Smith Family Papers on World War II

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Correspondence from Frank Herron Smith to President Harry S. Truman, May 4,               1945
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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