Lista Negra-El Salvador/Black List-El Salvador (provided by an internee family)
Black List-Costa Rica (provided by an internee family)
Black List - Columbia (provided by an internee family)
Bell to Ennis Memo, 7 Dec 1943 "711.5," Costa Rica," San José Embassy Confidential File, Box 26, RG84, stack 350, 53/27/5NA — discusses evaluation of internees' "dangerousness."
Bannerman to Fitch, 28 March 1944. USAT Cuba Memo; Box 71, Subject Files, 1939-1954, Box 7; Accession Job No. N3-59-87-15, Records of the Special War Problems Division, Department of State, NA — arrival and treatment of Latin Americans in Algiers, LA
Arrest Warrant, 12 February 1946 — warrant accusing an internee of illegal entry into U.S. (provided by an internee family)
Kelly to Vulliet Letter 7 August 1948 W. F. Kelly to A. Vulliet, 9 Aug 1948, reprinted in The World War Two Experience, The Internment of German-American, vol. IV, German-Americans in the World Wars, Arthur D. Jacobs and Joseph E. Fallon, eds. (Münich: K. G. Saur,...
Stringtown, Oklahoma Internment Camp rules Download: Stringtown Rules
1942 map of Stringtown Internment Camp, Oklahoma, by Army Corp of Engineers, laying out water distribution (courtesy Bill Streifer)
Ft. Lincoln Internment Camp Rules, (English) (German), Bismarck, ND (provided by an internee's famly) Download (English): Ft. Lincoln Internee rules English Download (German): Ft. Lincoln Internee rules German
1947 Immigration and Naturalization Letter Offering Thirty Day Parole to Internees Who Leave the U.S.
1947 Immigration and Naturalization letter offering thirty day parole to internees who leave the U.S. on their own (provided by an internee)
Crystal City, Texas Internment Camp List of Births—courtesy Anita O'Brien, whose parents Johann and Hilda Schmeelk, had a daughter, Evelyn, while interned there. In addition, Dilys Neugebauer was born in the camp on March 5, 1946.
1945 Crystal City, Texas Camp Census (German American and Latin American prisoners) NARA RG 59, State Dep't, Spec War Prob Div, E 1357, Subj Files, Box 123, Crystal City, 31 Dec 1945.
1944 Crystal City, Texas Camp Census (German American and Latin American prisoners plus one Italian family from Honduras)
26 Jan 1944 Letter Listing the German Internees’ Desires Regarding Repatriation to Germany or Latin America
26 Jan 1944 letter from J. L. O'Rourke, Officer in Charge at Crystal City to W. F. Kelly, Assistant Commissioner for Alien Control, listing the German internees' desires regarding repatriation to Germany or Latin America
Crystal City, Texas Family Internment Camp map annotated by former internee Werner Ulrich—includes plot plans, drawings of building types, and location of work areas, as well as lists of internees held in the camp, births, and deaths. There are lists of staff,...
16 July 1943 memo. Francis Biddle, Attorney General to Hugh B. Cox, Assistant AG and J.E. Hoover, FBI, declaring custodial detention lists "inherently unreliable" and stating they should not be used. Download: 16 Jul 1943 ltr Biddle_Custod_detention list
FBI Bulletin No. 69, 25 November, 1942, Part IA – Custodial Detention Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
FBI Bulletin No. 69, 25 November, 1942, part IA - Custodial Detention Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; First Series 1942; http://foia.fbi (website with specific bulletin no longer found) — orders families interned, if they wish to join family members
6 Jun 1942, Memorandum between War and Justice Departments on Enforcement of Contraband, Curfew and Travel Regulations in the Western Defense Command; signed by Ennis and Assistant Chief of Staff, War Department
4 Jun 1942, FBI memo, Edward Tamm to Hoover — reports on N. J. L. Pieper meetings with Ennis and DeWitt
2 Jun 1942, FBI Memo, Report on Meetings with Western Defense Command Alien Enemy Control, Department of State
2 Jun 1942, FBI memo, Pieper (San Francisco Special Agent in Charge) to Hoover — report on meetings with General John DeWitt of the Western Defense Command and Edward Ennis, Director, Alien Enemy Control, Department of State.