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Romanzo Adams Social Research Laboratory
Confidential Research Files, 1942-1959
Inventory


Boxes 1-3: American Friends Service Committee - Census

Box 4: Americans of Japanese Ancestry - Hawaii Civil Liberties

Box 5: Contact Group - Defense Workers

Boxes 6-8: Doctors - House Holdover Committee

Boxes 9-11: Hawaii Employer's Council - Japanese Post-War

Boxes 12-15: Japanese Post-War - Rural Hawaii

Boxes 16-22: Ministers - War Research Laboratory Report

Flat Boxes and Files: A-Z

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Boxes 1-3
Bx/fd# Material / Item #s Dates
01 / 01-04 AFSC American Friends Service Committee / 10-47 1942-1944
1 / 5-27 AJA Americans of Japanese Ancestry Letters / 11-77 1942-1946
2 / 1-22 AJA / 78-178b " "
2 / 23 AVC American Veterans Committee / 10 [no date]
2 / 24 BF Big Five, Castle and Cook Annual Report / 10 1948
2 / 25 BH Bell Hops / 10-11 1943
2 / 26 BHS Bureau of Health Statistics / 10 [no date]
2 / 27-29 BM Business Men / 10-48 1942-1943
3 / 1 Ce Census [?] [Demographics of RASRL research interviewees] (Title supplied by archival staff according to understanding of folder contents.) / [no item numbers] 1950-1957
3 / 2-3 Ce Census / [Unnumbered] " - "
3 / 4-7 Ce Census / 11-35 1940-1958
3 / 8-25 Ce Census / [Unnumbered] [no date]

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Boxes 4-5
Bx/fd# Material / Item #s Dates
4 / 1-2 AJA Americans of Japanese Ancestry / 91 [no date]
4 / 3-8 Ce Census / [Unnumbered, Removed from Box 3] [no date]
4 / 9 HACU Hawai'i Association for Civic Unity / 10-25 1945-1947
4 / 10 HCC Honolulu Chamber of Commerce / 11-12 1945-1947
4 / 11 HCLC Hawai'i Civil Liberties Committee / 56-72 [Removed from Box 8, fd. 8] 1947-1959
5 / 1-2 CG Contact Group / 10-14 1942-1944
5 / 3-5 Ch Chinese / 10-37 1942-1944
5 / 6 Chu Churches / 10-11 1942-1949
5 / 7-10 Cl Club 100 / 10 1946-1949
5 / 11-14 Co Communism / 10-40 1947-1949
5 / 15-20 C Conversations / 10-139 1943-1949
5 / 21-24 Dis Disorganization / 10-28 1942-1951
5 / 25-26 DW Defense Workers / 10-25 1942-1944

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Boxes 6-8
Bx/fd# Material / Item #s Dates
6 / 1-6 D Doctors / 10-76 1942-1948
6 / 7-25 Dy-Diaries [I, II, III]: I. fds. 7-14 / 10-16; II. fds. 15-20 / 17-27; III. fds. 21-25 / 28-30 1941-1946
6 / 26 Ec Economics / 10-12 1944-1945
6 / 27 Em Employment & unemployment / 10 1949
7 / 1-29 ESC Emergency Service Committee / 10-94 1942-1946
8 / 1-2 F Filipino / 10-23 1946-1947
8 / 3-5 FEPA Fair Employment Practices Act / 10-17 1946-1949
8 / 6 GO Government Official / 10-13 1943-1945
8 / 7 H Housewives / 10-13 1943
8 / 8-10 HCLC Hawai'i Civil Liberties Committee / 10-55 [no date]
8 / 11-14 HCSA Honolulu Council of Social Agencies / 10-22 1944-1946
8 / 15-16 HEA Hawai'i Education Association / 10 1947
8 / 17-20 HEF Hawaiian Economic Foundation / 10-14 1947-1949
8 / 21-26 HHC House Holdover Committee / 10-30 1944-1945

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Boxes 9-11
Bx/fd# Material / Item #s Dates
9 / 1-4 HEC Hawai'i Employer's Council / 10-28 1947-1951
9 / 5 Ho Housing / 10, 15 1943-1945
9 / 6-12 ILWU International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union / 10-57 1946-1952
10 / 1-4 His Hissho Kai / 10-34 1946-1948
10 / 5-7 Ho Housing /10-18 [no dates]
10 / 8 HPWB Hawai'i Public Welfare Bulletin [Index only] / 10-59 [no date]
10 / 9-10 I Incidents (Racial) / 10-58 1944-1947
10 / 11-15 ILWU-SS Shipping Strike-1949 / 10-42 1949
10 / 16 Int Intermarriage / 10-12 1949-1950
10 / 17-28 J Japanese / 10-68 1940-1947
11 / 1-11 J Japanese / 69-168 [no date]
11 / 12 J(AA) Japanese (Aliens by Accident) / 10-17 1944-1946
11 / 13-16 J(E) Japanese (Enlistment) / 10-15 [no date(s)]
11 / 17-25 JP Japanese Post-War / 10-118 1946-1951

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Boxes 12-15
12 / 1-3 JP Japanese Post-War / 119-156 [no date]
12 / 4-8 J(K) Japanese (Kibei) / 10-15 1943-1947
12 / 9-11 J(VA) Japanese (Views of Aliens) / 10-39 [no dates]
12 / 12-17 JD Juvenile Delinquency / 10-24 1942-1947
12 / 18-19 K Korean / 10-45 1942-1947
12 / 20-24 Ka Kaua'i / Index, 10-26 1941-1949
13 / 1-9 Ka Kaua'i / 27-61 [Ka-32 is located in Box 14, fds. 1-3; Ka-62 is located in Box 14, fd. 4] [no dates]
13 / 10-11 Ko Kona / 10-19 1942-1952
13 / 12 L Lawyers / 10-14 1942-1944
13 / 13 LEd Letters to the Editor / 10-12 1942-1946
13 / 14 LRB Legislative Reference Bureau / 10-11 1946
13 / 15 La Labor [All contents transferred to LaIR by RASRL Staff.]  
13 / 16-24 LS Language School / 10-39 1948-1949
14 / 1-4 Ka Kaua'i / 32, 62 [no dates]
14 / 5-13 LaIR Labor & Industrial Relations / 10-53 1942-1949
15 / 1 LS Language School / 33 [no dates]
15 / 2 Pla Plantation / 14 [no date]
15 / 3-5 PPEC Post-War Planning Employment Commission / 10-20 1944-1945
15 / 6 Puerto Puerto Ricans / 10-11 1947-1950
15 / 7-8 RHa Rural Hawai'i / 10-74 1942-1948

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Boxes 16-22
Bx/fd# Material / Item #s Dates
16 / 1-10 M Ministers / 10-60 1942-1947
16 / 11-13 Ma Maui / 10-33 1942-1944
16 / 14-17 MJ Mainland Japanese / 10-37 1942-1945
16 / 18 MRH Mainland Reactions to Hawai'i / 10-12 1945
16 / 19 MO Military Orders / 10-11 1943-1945
16 / 20-22 Mor Morale Reports / 10-13 1941-1943
16 / 23 MsL Miscellaneous Letters / 10-20 1941-1946
16 / 24-29 Ne Negro / 10-74 1943-1948
17 / 1-4 N Nurse / 10-21 1941-1943
17 / 5 O Okinawa / 10 1947
17 / 6 OPA Office of Price Administration / 10-11 1945
17 / 7 P Portuguese [Empty folder]  
17 / 8 PC Panel of Correspondents / 10-13, misc. 1946-1947
17 / 9 PI Panel of Interviews / 10-15 [no date]
17 / 10-22 PH Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, diaries / 10-136 1941-1943
17 / 23 Pla Plantations / 10-24 1945-1946
17 / 24 Po Politics / 10-22 1946-1948
17 / 25 PR Post-War Rumors / 10-19 1945-1946
17 / 26-29 RE Real Estate / 50-83 (Fd 27 contains summaries of transactions Jan. - Oct. of 1935-1943 inclusive.) (1935-1947, inc.) 1942-1947
18 / 1-9 RHa Rural Hawai'i / 10-74 [no dates]
18 / 10-12 Rep Reprints / 10-27 1942-1945
18 / 13 RNC Radio, News & Communication / 10-18 1942-1943 >
18 / 14 RO Rural O'ahu / 10-13 1942
18 / 15 RR Race Relations / 10-12 1932-1949
18 / 16 (R)UHS (Rumors), Soc 258 papers / 10-19 1942
18 / 17 Sa Sabotage / 10-16 1941-1945
18 / 18 SES Selective Service / 10-15 1940-1947
18 / 19-24 SM Service Men / 10-57 1940-1946
19 / 1-29 SMN Staff Meeting Notes (Hawai'i Social Research Lab) / 10-141 1944-1952
20 / 1-3 ST Statehood / 10-33 1946-1950
20 / 4-13 SW Social Workers / 10-72 1942-1944
20 / 14 SU Sugar Plantations [Empty folder]  
20 / 15 SS Sugar Strike-46 / 10-11 1946-1947
20 / 16-30 TS Teachers, Schools, / 10-117 1941-1946
21 / 1 TW Tidal Wave / 10-16 1946
21 / 2-3 UHF University of Hawai'i Faculty / 10-37 1942-1948
21 / 4 Vet Veterans / 10-16 1945-1947
21 / 5-7 Wai Wayne Altree Interviews / 10-29 1946-1947
21 / 8 W Women 1946
21 / 9-25 WRA War Relocations Authority / 10-45 1942-1946
22 / 1-7 WRA / 46-59 " - "
22 / 8 WRLR War Research Laboratory Report [Transfered]  

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Flat Boxes and Files
Bx/fd# Material / Item #s Dates
f1 / 1 Ce Census. Tabulation sheets, Index list and cover letter / [Unnumbered] [1955]
f1 / 2 HEC Hawai'i Employers' Council. Poster, "Report to the Public: Pineapple Industry of Haw." / HEC-14-1 [n.d.]
f1 / 3 HHC House Holdover Committee. Real Property Tax Statistics by County (part missing). / [Unnumbered] 1933-1943
f1 / 4 J Japanese. "Hawaii and the Japanese Problem," [Detroit?] Sunday News. / J-19-0 15 Mar. 1942
f1 / 5 J Japanese. "50th Anniversary of the First Japanese Immigrants in Hawaii: 17 Feb. 1885--17 Feb. 1935," Honolulu Sunday Advertiser. / J-167 17 Feb. 1935.
f1 / 6 LaIR Labor & Industrial Relations. Employment Estimates. 1955
f1 / 7 ILWU International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union. Three items: "End The Maritime Strike Now," / ILWU-40; "You're Next," / ILWU-49; and "Territorial Sugar Strike Machinery." / ILWU-16-I. 1947-1948
f1 / 8 ILWU. The Zero Hour, 8 July 1947 / ILWU-25-I and "Church Group Reports on Sugar Strike," Star Bulletin, 23 Oct. 1946 / ILWU-20-I 1946-1947
f1 / 9 ILWU. The Dispatcher, 6 Sept. 1946 (Hawaiian Edition) / ILWU-10-I and 16 May 1947 / ILWU-24-I. 1946-1947
f1 / 10 JP Japanese Post-War. Keizai Kenkyu / JP-139-I and "Agreement on the Social Improvement" / JP-140 1949
f2 / 1 Ce Census. Forms P-2100 and P-87 / [Unnumbered] 1950
f2 / 2 HEC Hawai'i Employers' Council. "Without This Hawaii Would Die," Broadside (with return address of Castle & Cooke and postage permit printed on verso), and "The Strange Case of the Taft-Hartley Law," reprinted from Look, / [no numbers] [no date] and 30 Sept. 1947.
f2 / 3 His Hissho Kai. / Two items [Unnumbered] [no dates]
f2 / 4 J Japanese "Golden Jubilee: A Tribute to the Japanese Who Arrived in Hawaii 50 Years Ago," Honolulu Star Bulletin / [J-168] 16 Feb. 1935
f2 / 5 K Koreans. Los Angeles Korean Independence v. 2, no. 52, / [K160] 27 Dec. 1944
f2 / 6 LaIR Labor & Industrial Relations. "The Big Five Declares War" / [LaIR28]; ILWU International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union. "There is a Crisis" / [ILWU-31-1], and "The Union Shop is Not the Issue" / [ILWU-19-1]. c. 1947
f2 / 7 MO Military Orders. General Orders 114, printed by Honolulu Advertiser / [MO-10] 10 March 1943.
f2 / 8 O Okinawa. Kosei Okinawa / [O-11 and O12] Po Politics / [Po-10-1] Nov & Dec 1947
f2 / 9 SES Selective Service. Summary of Registrations by Nationality or Race / [Unnumbered] [no date]
f2 / 10 SES Selective Service / 10-13 [no date]
f2 / 11 ST Statehood Statehood News / 15 1948-1950
V1 / 1 AJA Americans of Japanese Ancestry. Five and Ten Yen Notes, Empire of Japan. [no date].
V1 / 2 J(K) Japanese (Kibei). Five and Ten Peso Notes, Empire of Japan, [Philippines Islands]. [no date]
V1 / 3 ESC Emergency Service Committee. Four 4x5 photographic negatives in envelope with return address: War Dept., Military Intelligence Division, Dillingham Building, Honolulu, TH. and "Kallam and Blake" handwritten on env. [no date]

Last revised: 21 December 2011

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