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Fonds consists of material relating to Tucker's welfare work with Japanese Canadians in the re-location camps in the Slocan, B.C. area. As such, it includes correspondence, petitions and notices from various Japanese-Canadians at the Slocan Relocation Centre as well as correspondence with the Co-operative Committee on Japanese Canadians. The minutes, agendas, financial records and news bulletins of the Co-operative Committee on Japanese Canadians are also included as well as reports from various areas in British Columbia submitted to the Anglican Japanese Mission. Fonds also contains articles and miscellaneous memoranda, forms and pamphlets documenting the Japanese evacuation and repatriation, 1942-1951, 1968. The fonds also contains photographs depicting the activities of Japanese-Canadian families evacuated to Slocan City. B.C., 1942-1944.
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Photographs: No restrictions. Copyright expired. Credit: Name of photographer / National Archives of Canada / Copy negative no.
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Biography / Administrative history
Grace Tucker was born in London, England, and came to Canada in 1905. She was educated in Peterborough, Ont. and after several years in secretarial work she entered the Anglican Women's Training College in Toronto.
Following her graduation from college, Tucker was assigned to Vancouver, B.C., for work among Japanese-Canadians. From 1942 to 1946 she was a welfare worker at Slocan Relocation Centre in the interior of British Columbia. In 1946 the Anglican Church assigned her to Toronto where she helped with the re-settlement of Japanese-Canadians in various parts of Ontario, until 1952. She later moved to Prince Albert, Sask., where she worked with the Anglican Church until her retirement in 1967.
1. Japanese Canadians - Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1948
2. Slocan Relocation Centre (B.C.), 1942-1948.
3. Canada - Race relations, 1942-1948, 1968
4. Slocan (B.C.), 1942-1943.
5. World War II - Evacuation of civilians - Canada, 1942-1948
6. New Denver (B.C.), 1942-1943.
7. Co-operative Committee on Japanese Canadians - Records and correspondence, 1947-1950
8. Revelstoke (B.C.), 1942-1943.
9. Searches and seizures - Canada - Investigation, 1947-1950
10. Sicamous (B.C.), 1942-1943.
11. World War II - Claims, 1947-1950
12. Salmon Arm (B.C.), 1942-1943.
13. World War II - Confiscations and contributions - Canada, 1947-1950
14. British Columbia Security Commission, [1942-1946]
15. Property - Canada, 1947-1950
16. National Japanese Canadian Citizens Association, [1942-1946]
17. Vancouver (B.C.) - Property, 1947-1950
18. Slocan Valley Nisei Organization, [1942-1946]
19. Church of England - Missions - Canada, 1942-1943
20. Japanese Canadian Committee for Democracy, [1942-1946]
21. World War II - Forced repatriation, 1942-1948
22. Hasting's Park (Vancouver, B.C.), 1942.
23. World War II - Internment operations - Canada, 1942-1948.
24. World War II - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese, 1942-1948.
25. World War II - Prisoners and prisons, British, 1942-1948.
26. Broadcasting - Canada, 1945.
27. Lorne Greene - Authorship, 1945.
28. Social work with refugees - British Columbia, 1942-1946.
29. Citizenship - Canada, 1942-1946.
30. Japanese Canadians - Missions - British Columbia, 1942-1943.
31. Church work with refugees - British Columbia, 1942-1943.
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