Smith Family Papers on World War II

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Correspondence from Frank Herron Smith to President Harry S. Truman, May 4, 1945
A letter from Frank Herron Smith urging federal action be taken to stop injustices done to Japanese-American citizens during WWII, Amy Strickland
Correspondence from Frank Herron Smith to J. H. Peiper of the FBI, May 4, 1945
A letter from Frank Herron Smith urging FBI action be taken to stop injustices done to Japanese-American citizens during WWII, Amy Strickland
Correspondence from Frank Herron Smith to a local radio reporter, May 5, 1945
A letter from Frank Herron Smith requesting a popular radio reporter speak out against injustices done to Japanese-American citizens during WWII, Amy Strickland
Correspondence from Francis Biddle to Frank Herron Smith May 8, 1945
A letter from Attorney General Francis Biddle to Frank Herron Smith informing that unless a federal law is violated, he can not be involved, Amy Strickland
Correspondence from California Governor Earl Warren to Frank Herron Smith May 29, 1945
A letter from California Governor Earl Warren to Frank Herron Smith informing that law enforcement is a local responsibility, Amy Strickland
Correspondence from the Attorney General to Frank Herron Smith May 30, 1945
A letter from Attorney General Francis Biddle to Frank Herron Smith informing that unless a federal law is violated, he can not be involved, Amy Strickland
Correspondence from Assistant Attorney General Tom C. Clark to Frank Herron Smith May 31, 1945
A letter from Assistant Attorney General Tom C. Clark to Frank Herron Smith informing that unless a federal law is violated, the FBI can not be involved, Amy Strickland

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