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          The Relief of San Francisco

          The U.S. Army and the San Francisco Red Cross and Relief Corporation had primary responsibility to support tens of thousands of homeless refugees.

          The issue of discrimination against Chinese immigrants was so important and critical that the White House intervened.

          This series of correspondence and telegrams outlines how seriously the discrimination issue was in U.S. foreign relations.


          War Dept. Orders Gen. Funston to Care for Chinese Refugees
          Telegram from Gen. Greely Responding to War Dept. Orders
          Telegram to President Roosevelt from City Officials
          Editorial - Chinese Cared For
          Relocation of Chinatown
          China's Empress Dowager Contributes to San Francisco Relief
          Correspondence Between the State Dept. and the U.S. Legation in Peking
          Relief for the Japanese and Chinese
          Help from New York Chinese Association

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