Toyo Miyatake's Camera

Bibliography of resources

1. National Register of Historic Places Inventory -- Nomination Form, United States Department of the Interior National Park Service, Statement of Significance, 1979.

2. Statement in Japanese American National Museum Quarterly.

3. Brochure of Exhibition, Japanese Americans and the United States Constitution, National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution, October 1, 1987.

4. Kamimoto, Elisa, "The Facts and the Stories: Educating about Incarceration," Japanese American National Museum Quarterly, Oct.-Dec. 1994, Vol. 9:3, p. 24.

5. Public Law 100-383 (1988), Section 2, Statement of Congress.

6. Uyematsu, Amy, 30 Miles from J-Town, "War Story," p. 32.

7. Nakano, Mei, Japanese American Women, Three Generations 1890-1990, pp. 155-156.

8. O'Brien, David J., and Fugita, Stephen S., The Japanese American Experience, 1991, Indiana University Press, p. 79.

9. Yamauchi, Wakako, "Poston, Arizona: A Personal Memory," The View From Within: Japanese Amrican Art from the Internment Camps, 1942-1945, 1992, p. 68.

10. "Toyo Miyatake Studio to Move from Little Tokyo to San Gabriel," Rafu Shimpo, June 27, 1985, p. 1.

11. "Japanese-American National Museum," Historic Preservation, Nov/Dec. 1993, p. 72.

12. Toyo Miyatake Behind the Camera 1923-1979, Special English Edition of exhibition catalogue, translated by Paul Petite, Bungeishunju Co., Tokyo, 1984.

13. Proposal for the Street Improvement Project, Little Tokyo Historic District, by Nobuho Nagasawa, February 1991.

14. Fax from Julie Silliamn, Community Redevelopment Agency, to Ken Wada, September 12, 1991, re: Nobi's "Missing" project.

15. Memo from Mickey Gustin, Community Redevelopment Agency, to Gloria Uchida, Community Redevelopment Agency, dated February 5, 1992, re: Nobi Nagasawa's Camera.

16. Drawings and Specifications of projector from Peter Carlson Enterprises, May 21, 1992.

17. Memorandum from Julie Silliman, Community Redevelopment Agency to Gloria Uchida, Little Tokyo Project Manager, July 23, 1992, re: temporary site for Nobi Nagasawa's Camera/Sculpture.

18. Memorandum from Julie Silliam, Community Redevelopment Agency to Gloria Uchida, Little Tokyo Project Manager, Mickey Gustin, Arts Planner, August 21, 1992, re: update on Nobi Nagasawa's Camera Project.

19. Fax from Peter Carlson Enterprises of mechanical components of camera, September 15, 1992.

20. Memorandum from Julie Silliman, Associate Arts Planner, to Bryce Goddard, Risk Manager, January 21, 1993, re: ownership of artwork and insurance.

21. Agenda of Meeting with Nobuho Nagasawa, Julie Silliman and Karen Higa, January 28, 1993.

22. Memorandum from Mickey Gustin, Arts Planner, to Contracts, February 26, 1993, re: memo of justification for selection of artist Nobuho Nagasawa.

23. Letter from Irene Y. Hirano, Director/President, Japanese America National Museum, to Commissioners, Board of Public Works, City of Los Angeles, March 11, 1993, re: sponsorship of installation of Miyatake's Camera.

24. Letter from Edward J. Avila, Administrator, Community Redevelopment Agency, to Felicia Marcus, President, Board of Public Works, City of Los Angeles, re: request approval for temporary placement of Miyatake's Camera.

25. Memorandum from Claudia Wrazel, Deputy City Attorney, to Mickey Gustin, City Planner, March 24, 1993, re: Little Tokyo Sculpture -- Transfer of Ownership.

26. Report to Agency Commissioners on an Artwork Commissioned by the Little Tokyo Community Redevelopment Advisory Committee of the Little Tokyo Redevelopment Project from Edward J. Avila, April 1, 1993.

27. Letter from Mickey Gustin, Arts Planner, to Commissioners, Cultural Affairs Commission, April 15, 1993, re: Temporary Siting of Sculpture Near Entrance to Japanese American National Museum.

28. Letter from Edward J. Avila, Administrator, to Commissioners, Cultural Affairs Commission, April 16, 1993, re: Waiver of Filing Fee, Temporary Siting of Sculpture Toyo Miyatake's Camera.

29. Contract for Artist's Services between The Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles and Nobuho Nagasawa, April 20, 1993.

30. Fax from Peter Carlson Enterprises, June 3, 1993, re: drawings of sculpture.

31. Narrative description of two components of Nobuho Nagasawa's proposal for Little Tokyo Historic District Project: 1) sculpture of Toyo Miyatake camera for installation at either Noguchi Plaza or parking lot of Temporary Contemporary Museum (Geffen Contemporary), 2) "Missing House" project, no date.

32. Narrative description of Sculpture of Toyo Miyatake Camera, no date, for installation at First and Central.

33. Narrative description of Sculpture of Toyo Miyatake Camera, no date, for installation in north corner of Noguchi Plaza.

34. Resume of Nobuho Nagasawa, no date.

35. Interview with Nobuho Nagasawa by Michael Several, October 7, 1993.



The bibliography has been provided courtesy of Michael Several, Los Angeles, January 1998.

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