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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORMIA
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA

July 19, 1941

Professor C. Obata
Department of Art
Berkeley Campus

My dear Professor Obata:

In order to enable the University to comply with the Executive Orders of the President of the United States regulating transactions in foreign exchange and providing for the reporting of all foreign-owned property and related matters, it will be necessary for you to furnish this office immediately with the information requested on the sheet attached. Until your status has been determined in connection with the Executive Orders of the President, the University must withhold any payments which are now or may become due to you.  A prompt reply is, therefore, most important.

You may be assured that the University will do everything possible to minimize any inconvenience to you.

Very truly yours,
J.H. Corley
J.H. Corley, Comptroller

Oct. 24th 1928 from San Fran sailed to Japan

Nov. 9 1928 returned to [[strikethrough]] U.S. [[/strikethrough]] San Francisco Oct 8th 1930

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