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ETHS022005-S10R_ NJAHS - Prejudice and Patriotism Exhibition

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Unformatted text preview: Exhibit Details Current Exhibit: Prejudice and Patriotism The Story ofJapanese Americans in the Military Intelligence Service 1941-1952. Opens Wed. November 11, 2009 through Sunday January 31, 2010 Officers' Club Presidio of San Francisco. NJAHS and The Presidio Trust are pleased to announce this new exhibit and program series to enrich the public's understanding ofthe Japanese America experience at the Presidio of San Francisco. This programu'exhibit will take place Wednesday November 11, 2009 through January 31, 2010 at the Officers' Club, at 50 Moraga Ave. in the Presidio of San Francisco. Click for directions. Hours for the exhibit will be Wednesdays - Sundays 11 am - 5pm. Admission is free. To get January 2010 Event Calendar, click here. About the Exhibit and Program Series: The exhibit will illustrate the story ofthe Japanese American soldier linguists, from their secret training at the Presidio of San Francisco's Building 540, one month prior to the attack at Pearl Harbor, to the battlefields of the Pacific Theater and to the Allied Occupation ofJapan and the Korean War. An 11 minute DVD installation by gayle yamada and After the Wars, a unique collection ofJapanese American veterans' portraits and interviews by photographer Tom Graves will also be featured in the exhibit. Complementing the exhibit will be a series of public programs that will explore the historical significance in of the MIS and Japanese American incarceration experience in World War II. NJAHS is grateful for the generous support from the California Council for the Humanities California Story Fund and the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences Museums For America for Prejudice and Patriotism. Upcoming events (all at the Officers' Club, 50 Moraga Ave, Presidio of San Francisco}. ® 2000 National Japanese American Historical Society. All rights reserved HOME | ABOUT | CONTACT | PROGRAMS | DONATE | RESEARCH | SHOP 1604 Post Street San Francisco, CA 34115 - PHONE [415} 321.500? - FAX [415} 321.508? Laanmmeu:wmem,mary2?, 23010.0?)51'PM You are logged in ainaDli Xingu {Ln-gout} SAN FRA N[,.‘.[fi{_j:(_l fi'J'n'I'Ic I JNIvJ-Lm-il'l'v ...
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