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|Notes:||"The Japanese at Virginia Hot Springs. A confidential report to the Directors and bond holders, by the President of the Company."--P.  of cover.
"Confidential" printed in red at top of front cover, with "Not released for publication" on p.  of cover.
Japanese diplomats were housed at the Homestead from December 29th, 1941 until April 4th, 1942, when they were moved to The Greenbriar.
|Description:||8 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Japanese at Virginia Hot Springs|
|Responsibility:||by Fay Ingalls, President.|
- Diplomatic and consular service, Japanese -- United States.
- Diplomatic privileges and immunities -- United States.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Evacuation of civilians -- United States.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Virginia -- Hot Springs.
- Homestead (Hotel : Hot Springs, Va.) -- History.
- Homestead (Hotel : Hot Springs, Va.)
- Diplomatic and consular service, Japanese.
- Diplomatic privileges and immunities.
- United States.
- Virginia -- Hot Springs.