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Tom C. Clark Letter to William Emmons

Identifier: SC 01429

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Scope and Contents

One page letter from Justice Clark answering specific questions raised by Emmons related to Clark's direct involvement with relocating Japanese Americans in the United States during World War II and his communications with the Attorney General of California regarding those duties.


  • Creation: 1971 December 2


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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of William R. Emmons, 1975.

Tom C. Clark Letter to William Emmons
Christina R. Luers, CA
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