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Letter Dated April 3, 1946 from Richard Auras to U.S. Senator from North Dakota William Langer and U.S. Attorney General Tom Clark concerning Auras' immigration status. At the time, Auras was interned at Ellis Island, in this letter he requests a six month "parole" from Internment so that he may return to San Francisco and finish his course in Chiropractic at Sierra State University.
Letter from Richard Auras to William Langer regarding his internment status decision, 1946
Petition and Affidavit By Curt Benedict arguing for overturn of denial of release of Richard Auras from Internment, 1946
Letter from Richard Auras to Senator Langer in reply to Langer's letter of March 11, 1946
Internment, Ellis Island, Eureka Lodge, Fort Lincoln Internment Camp, German, Germany, Fort Lincoln, Richard Auras, World War II, WWII
Ellis Island, Sierra State University, U.S. House of Representatives
Curt Benedict, Frank B. Keefe, Helene Ilse Dietz, Herbert O. Weber, John P. Rasmussen, Julia F. Begley, Richard Auras, T.E. Shoemaker, Tom Clark, William Langer
Auras, Richard, "Letter from Richard Auras to Senator Langer and Attorney General Clark Requesting Six Month's "Parole" from Internment for the Purpose of Completing Chiropractic Course, 1946" (1946). William Langer Papers. 111.