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Letters to my Grandmother Mutsu Wada Homma from Mrs. Kuni Wada.

As stated in the warrant, the charges against Kuni Wada were for “being a dangerous alien engaging in subversive activities.” The warrant stated that Mrs. Wada was a teacher at the Upland Kyosei-Kai Japanese Language School in Laguna which was indirectly controlled by the Japanese Gov’t by approving the books it used.

Letters from Terminal Island prison and Seagoville Women Federal prision describe life in incarceration and being away from the family.

mhomma — Last modified Jun 09 2017 8:56 p.m.


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