Item No: #145 The Displaced Japanese-Americans. Fortune Magazine.
The Displaced Japanese-Americans

Fortune Magazine Examines Internment

The Displaced Japanese-Americans

Notes: A reprint of an article entitled "Issei, Nisei, and Kibei" from Fortune magazine, April 1944. The tone is gently critical of internment on procedural grounds and sympathetic to the incarcerated American citizens, but it rather lacks compassion for the real people involved.

Miné Okubo, a Japanese American artist who was released from the Topaz War Relocation Center as a result of her regular employment with Fortune, illustrates the front and back covers of this pamphlet. There are two pamphlet versions of this text, one with the original Fortune magazine title and without illustrations, and the retitled illustrated version here.

20 pages.

OCLC: 19897024, 606172545, 1176014007

Edition + Condition: First edition (first printing). Old rust stains to preliminary pages, offset from another pamphlet once stored on top of this one, else very good in wrappers.

Publication: Washington, DC: American Council on Public Affairs, 1944.

Item No: #145