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Advice, Being Alone, and Andrew Bogut: WESTERN DEFENSE COMMAND AND FOURTH ARMY WARTIME CIVIL CONTROL ADMINISTRATION Presidio of San Francisco, California Apri 1, 1942 INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL PERSONS OF JAPANESE ANCESTRY Living in the Following Area: All tliat portion of 1he CivandGn·ntv of SanFraneiro, State of California, ki gn allv w-tof! li ine establi-hed by Junipero north-st th Serra Boulevard, WorchesterAvenueand Nineteenth Avenuc,andlyinggenerally motth of tle eat-west line e-tablishel by California Street, to theintenection of Market Sireet, andthenre on Markeitret to San Francisco Bay All Japanese peros both alien and non-alien, will e evacuated fron the abve deignated anma y 12M k noon Tue«lay. April 7,1912 No Japanese person will be permitued to enter or leave the above described area after 800 m.,Thunday. April2 1912, without obtaining peeial permision from the Provost Marnhal at the Civil Control Station located at: 1701 Van Ness Avenne San Franeisco, California The Civil Control Station is equipped to assit the Japanee population affeceted by this evacuation in the follow 1. Give advice and instructions on the evacuation. 2 Provide ervices with roprt to the management. leasing. sale·storace or other di'l o ition of mont liol, of roperty ineludiltate, busine and professional equipment, buildings houchold ods heat antomoliles ing way*: ivestock.ete ifi.l lini. 1. Tran portper on and a limited amount of eloihing and mjuipmient totheir new midenm a*T The Following Instructions Must Be Observed: 3. Provide tempoary residenee elewhere for all Japanee in lamily group 1. A respon-ible member of each familv. preferate heal of the family. or the peron in whese nament 1he Pr )pertv i-hell, and each in.liv i小alliv ing alone, will ry ort 'o the Civil Control Station to mrne further in. struction". Thi» mu·t be .lone belwon 8:00 a. m. and 5:00 1. m., Thunday, April 2 1912. or letumm nina m and 5:00p m.Friila.April3.1912 🙇🏽‍♀️ NeverForget 👉🏽 Yesterday was Japanese American Internment Remembrance Day. On this day in 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 which authorized the federal government to incarcerate thousands of Japanese Americans. More than 110,000 American citizens and immigrants of Japanese ancestry were forced to leave behind their homes, businesses, and ways of life. Today and every day, let's remember internment survivors and all the communities that continue to have their civil liberties violated.” . Via @hapagirl77 DayofRemembrance japaneseinternment internment presidentsday fdr japaneseamericans
Advice, Being Alone, and Andrew Bogut: WESTERN DEFENSE COMMAND AND FOURTH ARMY
 WARTIME CIVIL CONTROL ADMINISTRATION
 Presidio of San Francisco, California
 Apri 1, 1942
 INSTRUCTIONS
 TO ALL PERSONS OF
 JAPANESE
 ANCESTRY
 Living in the Following Area:
 All tliat portion of 1he CivandGn·ntv of SanFraneiro, State of California, ki gn
 allv w-tof!
 li
 ine establi-hed by Junipero
 north-st th
 Serra Boulevard, WorchesterAvenueand Nineteenth Avenuc,andlyinggenerally motth
 of tle eat-west line e-tablishel by California Street, to theintenection of Market Sireet, andthenre on Markeitret
 to San Francisco Bay
 All Japanese peros both alien and non-alien, will e evacuated fron the abve deignated anma y 12M k
 noon Tue«lay. April 7,1912
 No Japanese person will be permitued to enter or leave the above described area after 800 m.,Thunday. April2
 1912, without obtaining peeial permision from the Provost Marnhal at the Civil Control Station located at:
 1701 Van Ness Avenne
 San Franeisco, California
 The Civil Control Station is equipped to assit the Japanee population affeceted by this evacuation in the follow
 1. Give advice and instructions on the evacuation.
 2 Provide ervices with roprt to the management. leasing. sale·storace or other di'l o ition of mont liol, of
 roperty ineludiltate, busine and professional equipment, buildings houchold ods heat antomoliles
 ing way*:
 ivestock.ete
 ifi.l lini.
 1. Tran portper on and a limited amount of eloihing and mjuipmient totheir new midenm a*T
 The Following Instructions Must Be Observed:
 3. Provide tempoary residenee elewhere for all Japanee in lamily group
 1. A respon-ible member of each familv. preferate heal of the family. or the peron in whese nament
 1he Pr )pertv i-hell, and each in.liv i小alliv ing alone, will ry ort 'o the Civil Control Station to mrne further in.
 struction". Thi» mu·t be .lone belwon 8:00 a. m. and 5:00 1. m., Thunday, April 2 1912. or letumm nina m and
 5:00p m.Friila.April3.1912
🙇🏽‍♀️ NeverForget 👉🏽 Yesterday was Japanese American Internment Remembrance Day. On this day in 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 which authorized the federal government to incarcerate thousands of Japanese Americans. More than 110,000 American citizens and immigrants of Japanese ancestry were forced to leave behind their homes, businesses, and ways of life. Today and every day, let's remember internment survivors and all the communities that continue to have their civil liberties violated.” . Via @hapagirl77 DayofRemembrance japaneseinternment internment presidentsday fdr japaneseamericans

🙇🏽‍♀️ NeverForget 👉🏽 Yesterday was Japanese American Internment Remembrance Day. On this day in 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is...