Nikkei Veteran's Monument

Bibliography of resources

1. "New LT project geared to the young," Kashu Mainichi, March 28, 1984.

2. "Little Tokyo Square," Rafu Shimpo, June 13, 1984.

3. "Nisei Veterans Monument To Be Dedicated At Unveiling Ceremonies At Little Tokyo Square," Kashu Mainichi, November 4, 1986.

4. Japanese Americans Dedicate Statue of Liberty: The Message--It Could Happen Again, by Lynn O'Shaughnessy, Los Angeles Times, November 10, 1986.

5. "Little Tokyo Square: Shopping Complex Anchors Community," Downtown News, November 14, 1988.

6. "Remembrances of War and Unsung Heroes," Los Angeles Times, December 5, 1991.

7. "Draft Rift Lingers 50 Years Later," by Susan Moffat, Los Angeles Times, Pt. 1, p. 1+, March 12, 1993.

8. "'Go For Broke' Regiment Reflects on Bias Struggle," Los Angeles Times, Sec. A, p. 1+, March 24, 1993.

9. Blood on the Border, by Clarence C. Clendenen, The Macmillan Company, New York, c. 1969, pp. 331-334.

10. Go For Broke, catalogue of exhibit at The Presidio Army Museum, no date.

11. MISLS Album, 1946.

12. Nisei: The Quiet Americans, by Bill Hosokawa, William Morrow and Company, Inc., New York, c. 1969.

13. Americans of Japanese Ancestry and the United States Constitution, 1787-1987, National Japanese American Historical Society, San Francisco, 1987.

14. Generations of Honor, by Takeshi Nakayama, album for Nisei Week, 1990.

15. Resume, Marlee Wilcomb, no date.

16. Interview of Marlee Wilcomb by Michael Several, March 1, 1989.



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

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