Series 2
Internment Camps, 1941-1945
Box 4-5; OP1; BV1-4

Davao Internment Camp
Davao Internment Camp
Box Folder Content
4 6 Administrative code/elections
4 7 Christmas Cards made by Samuel B. Frank (image 0966-003)
4 8 Committee minutes/reports
4 9 Correspondence: Letter of surrender to Consul of Japan, December 20, 1941
4 10 Correspondence to Japanese government officials from internees, 1941-1942
4 11 Correspondence to and notes of meetings with Lt. Hosaka, Commandant of the Davao Internment Camp, 1941-1942
4 12 Correspondence from Alexander A. Brown, Honorary British Vice- Consul at Davao, regarding Davao internees, September 10, 1942 [photocopy and published version]
4 13 Correspondence from American men and women who avoided capture in Davao, 1941-1942 [photocopies]
4 14 Correspondence regarding settlement of accounts at Davao, 1945-1946
4 15 Diagram of Davao Internment Camp
4 16 Diagram of vegetable garden
BV1 Diary, December 20, 1941-March 4, 1942. The last three pages contain a roster and biographical information on the first 59 prisoners [maintained by Camp Secretary Samuel B. Frank]
BV2 Diary, March 7, 1942 – September 19, 1942
4 17 Drawing of "shanty" built by Samuel B. Frank (image 0966-001)
4 18 Executive Committee minutes, 1942-1943
4 19 Executive Committee notes
BV3 Financial: Canteen inventory and account book
4 20 Financial: Canteen statements, 1943
4 21 Financial: Cash in hand, 1943
BV4 Financial: General ledger, December 31, 1941 – November 30, 1942
OP1 1 Financial: Individual Accounts, May-August 1942
4 22 Financial: Misc. notes
4 23 Financial: Price list
4 24 Financial: Receipts for camp expenses
4 25 Financial: Statement of Camp Expenses
OP1 2 Financial: Total camp costs
4 26 Medical records
4 27 Music written for camp entertainment
4 28 Notebooks [2]
5 1 Note from Major George Perkins smuggled into Davao Camp, January 11, 1943
5 2 Notes on older internees for possible release [includes age, former residence and possible residence]
5 3 Reports/lists of monies and goods taken by Japanese
Santo Tomás
5 4 “Internews”, Santo Tomás Internment Camp,1942
5 5 Meal tickets, 1944
5 6 Passes, 1945
5 7 Receipts, 1944-1945
5 8 Red Cross Package contents and labels, August 1943
5 9 Santo Tomás Internees Association, notes
5 10 Special pass, February 18, 1944
Other
5 11 Arm bands and flags from Davao and Santa Tomás
5 12 Correspondence from U.S. Army awarding of Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Ribbon, 1945
5 13 Documents and instructions regarding repatriation
5 14 State Department press release regarding prisoner exchange, January 12, 1944
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