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Special Collections

Holdings
Go For Broke National Education Center holds 1,245 oral histories conducted by the organization from 1998 to present day. We actively promote access to these materials on-site and online. Visit our online archives page to view a selection of the oral histories. Our holdings also include photographic and manuscript collections illustrating the experiences of Americans of Japanese ancestry who served in the military or who where affiliated with the military in some other ways and more selectively, materials illustrating the military experiences of other ethnic groups in the United States Armed Forces.

Research
In addition to our Hanashi oral histories we also have a select number of photographic and manuscript collections available for research on-site and by appointment only.

Research appointments are available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Prior to scheduling a research appointment, please fill out our research request form by clicking the link below. For any additional questions, please contact us at archives@goforbroke.org.

Research Request Form

Please see our institutional page at the Online Archive of California for updates on finding aids to our collections.

Donations
Do you have any family photographs, letters, awards and certificates or other materials relating to your family member who served in World War Two? Please contact us at archives@goforbroke.org if you are considering donating materials. Not sure what a donation entails? Please see the Society of American Archivists' guide to donating family records.


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