Our Japanese Citizens Oral History Interviews
Four (4) oral history interviews by Kent Haldan, author of dissertation, "Our Japanese Citizens" (2000) and one (1) video of a 2009 presentation by Kent Haldan in the Presidio Chapel
Interviews were burned to CDs by Kent Haldan and presented to Anne Petersen in June 2009. Anne Petersen presented them to Archivist Chris Ervin on 2020-02-28. A video recording of Kent Halden's 2009-05-28 talk was included in the set of optical disks.
- Haldan, Kent (Interviewer, Person)
8 Optical Disks
10 Electronic files
Eight (8) optical disks labeled: 1) Fukumuras Side A (audio) 2) Fukumuras Side B (audio) 3) Frank Side A (audio) 4) Frank Side B (audio) 5) Tom Tsunoda (audio) 6) Fred Warrecker Side 1 (audio) 7) Fred Warrecker Side 2 (audio) 8) Kent Haldan presentation at Presidio Chapel, May 28, 2009 (video)
- "Our Japanese citizens" : a study of race, class, and ethnicity in three Japanese American communities in Santa Barbara County, 1900-1960 / by Kent Edward Haldan.
- Vanished : Lompoc's Japanese : of one hundred families only two returned : the power of profit and prejudice / by John V. McReynolds ; foreword by Kent Haldan, Ph.D.
- May 28 . Where East Meets West in California: Three Japanese American Communities in Santa Barbara County, The Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation (SBTHP) presentation by Kent Haldan, Ph.D., at El Presidio de Santa Barbara State Historic Park, 7pm, The final offering in SBTHP’s three-part community lecture series, Haldan will draw upon extensive oral history research from his doctoral dissertation and forthcoming book, “Where East Meets West in California,” [unpublished as of 2020-03-02] to highlight the Japanese American experience in Santa Barbara Counties.