TCDS

Diaries are an important resource for historians as they are first person primary material.

The Coalition has commissioned the translation of several diaries such as Reverend Daisho Tana, Sasabune Sasaki, and others. Here is the account of Reverend Daisho Tana who was picked up since he was a Japanese Language Teacher.

Why Is the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Important?

By: Jean-Paul deGuzman
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The Legacy of
Merrill Scott

By: Lloyd Hitt
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Rev. Daisho Tana’s Diary

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Traveling Exhibit Schedule

May
1
Wed
2019
Museum of San Fernando Valley
May 1 – Jul 31 all-day
Jun
29
Sat
2019
SFHBT obon
Jun 29 – Jun 30 all-day
Aug
1
Thu
2019
Cerritos Library – Traveling Exhibit
Aug 1 – Aug 31 all-day
Sep
1
Sun
2019
OC Agricultural & Nikkei Heritage Museum
Sep 1 – Oct 31 all-day
Oct
13
Sun
2019
Fall Classic Luncheon
Oct 13 all-day

You are invited to attend a great Fall Classic Luncheon to raise funds for the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Garden Memorial. The goal is $250,000.

If you have any corporate contacts that may be interested in supporting this effort, please contact Nancy Oda at 818 935-2603.

Pictured here: Lynette and David Scott presenting Nancy and Kay Oda with the handmade thank you gift box made by Japanese detainees. It was a gift for Officer in Charge Merrill H. Scott in 1942 that included a beautiful yellow vase.
February 27, 2019