Date Created1700-1799
DescriptionEnglish broadside ballad, printed and sold at the printing office in Bow Church Yard, London.
Date Created1854
DescriptionKate Pickard acknowledges the receipt of Peter Still’s letter; consoles Still regarding news that he has received relating to the price for freeing his enslaved family; relays family news (e.g., of...
Date Created1930
DescriptionRichard Cleveland. Eldest son, and fourth of five children, of Frances Folsom Cleveland and President Grover Cleveland. Born Oct. 28, 1897, Princeton, New Jersey. Died Jan. 10, 1974. Born just 7...
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
Date Created1947-09-08
DescriptionIn September 1947, Takeda was released to the custody of his attorney Wayne Collins, a leading civil liberties lawyer who represented both Nisei and Japanese Peruvians. Collins arranged for Takeda to...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
Date Created1962
DescriptionConcepcion Valdes-Munoz emigrated from her native Cuba after the Cuban revolution in 1959. Though she had studied at the University of Havana and been an active lawyer in Cuba, she was forced into...
Date Created1935
DescriptionThis is a chart from a study done by Dr. Egerton Elliot Hall of the unequal distribution of employment across races, particularly concerning African Americans and white Americans throughout the 1910s...
Date Created1942-1945
DescriptionThe Takedas were sent to the Tule Lake concentration camp in northeastern California, where "no-nos" who rejected the loyalty questionnaire were sent as dissenters ineligible for parole.
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
Date Created1947-09-08
DescriptionSenichiro Takeda renounced his U.S. citizenship in protest of his incarceration. In September 1947, still detained at Tule Lake, he was issued an alien registration card.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
Date Created1958-10-29
DescriptionIt took until 1958 for the federal courts to reach a decision in Takeda's case. A letter from Collins notes that in the end, the judge ruled that Takeda's renunciation of his citizenship was never...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)