Story Preservation Initiative—who’s mission “is to create and make available to the general public a diverse collection of oral histories of people who have exhibited a talent, passion, commitment, or way of living that has served to enrich the human experience. The sole function of the collection is to serve as an educational, historical, and cultural […]
University of Texas, San Antonio 1979 oral history interviews with personnel of the Crystal City, Texas Internment Camp—Superintendent of Schools, R. C. Tate, George Ferris, guard, Margaret N. Williams, secretary, Mona Bizzell Baskin, office employee (choice of transcript or audio on the right)
University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Digital Collections have numerous photographs of Crystal City, Camp Kenedy, and Seagoville internment camps, as well as some audio and video interviews.
Texas Historical Commission: Japanese, German, and Italian American and Latin American Internment
“Medical Care for Interned Enemy Aliens: A Role for the US Public Health Service in World War II” American Journal of Public Health, by Louis Fiset, DDS, BA
“Return to Sender: U.S. Censorship of Enemy Alien Mail in World War II.” National Archives, Prologue Magazine, Spring 2001, Vol. 33, No. 1 by Louis Fiset, DDS, BA