Bibliography

NON-FICTION:

Alperovitz, G. (1995). The decision to use the atomic bomb and the architecture of an American myth. New York: Knopf.
Call Number:   940.5425 A456d

Barker, R. (1985). The Hiroshima Maidens: a story of courage, compassion, and survival. New York, N.Y.: Viking
Call Number:   940.5426 B2556h

Estrin, B.L. (2001). The American love lyric after Auschwitz and Hiroshima. New York: Palgrave.
Call Number:   811.04 E823a

Hersey, J. (1946). Hiroshima. New York: A. A. Knopf.
Call Number:   940.544 H572h

Kort, M. (2007). The Columbia guide to Hiroshima and the bomb.
New York: Columbia University Press.
Call Number:   940.542521 K851C

Kurzman, D. (1986). Day of the bomb: countdown to Hiroshima.
New York : McGraw-Hill, c1986.
Call Number:   940.5425 K96d

Liebow, A.A. (1971). Encounter with disaster; a medical diary of Hiroshima, 1945.  New York: Norton.    
Call Number:   940.5475 L717e

Lifton, R.J. (1967). Death in life; survivors of Hiroshima.
New York: Random House.  
Call Number:   940.5425 L722d

Lifton, R.J. (1995). Hiroshima in America: fifty years of denial.
New York: Putnam's Sons.   
Call Number:   940.5425 L722h

Lifton, B.J. (1990). A place called Hiroshima. New York: Kodansha International.           
Call Number:   940.5426 L722p

Linner, R. City of silence: listening to Hiroshima. (1995). New York: Orbis Book. 
Call Number:   952.195404 L758c

Ogura, T. (1997). Letters from the end of the world: a firsthand account of the bombing of Hiroshima. New York: Kodansha International.
Call Number:   940.5425 O359z.EL

Orr, J.J. (2001). The victim as hero: ideologies of peace and national identity in postwar Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
Call Number:   940.5425 O754v

Takaki, R.T. (1995). Hiroshima: why America dropped the atomic bomb. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co.
Call Number:   940.5425 T1363h

Takayama, H. (1979). Hiroshima in memoriam and today: Hiroshima as a testimony of peace for mankind. Hiroshima: B.I.C. Co., ltd.
Call Number:   940.5425 T136h 1979

Treat, J.W. (1995). Writing ground zero: Japanese literature and the atomic bomb. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Call Number:   895.609358 T784w

Wyden, P. (1984). Day one: before Hiroshima and after.
New York: Simon and Schuster.
Call Number:   940.5426 W978d

Yoneyama, L. (1999). Hiroshima traces : time, space, and the dialectics of memory. Berkeley: University of California Press.         
Call Number:   940.5425 Y55h

The Atomic bomb : voices from Hiroshima and Nagasaki. (1989). Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe.           
Call Number:   940.5425 A881

Children of Hiroshima. (1981). London : Taylor & Francis.
Call Number:   940.5425 G322.Eo

Hiroshima's shadow. (1998). Stony Creek, Conn.: Pamphleteer's Press.
Call Number:   940.5425 H6689

Living with the bomb: American and Japanese cultural conflicts in   the Nuclear Age. (1997). Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe.
Call Number:   940.5425 L785

The Meaning of survival: Hiroshima's 36 year commitment to peace. (1983). Hiroshima, Japan: Chugoku Shimbun: Hiroshima International Cultural Foundation.
Call Number:   940.5425 M483 Q Oversize Shelves

The outline of atomic bomb damage in Hiroshima. (1978). Hiroshima: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, 1978.
Call Number:   940.5425 O947

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Manhattan District.
(199?) The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Champaign, Ill.: Project Gutenberg ; Boulder, Colo.  
Call Number:   Electronic Book

FICTION:

Vizenor, G.R. (2003). Hiroshima bugi: Atomu 57.Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Call Number:   813.54 V864H

Bock, D. (2001). The ash garden: a novel. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Call Number:   819.3 B665as

The Crazy iris and other stories of the atomic aftermath. (1985).
New York: Grove Press.
Call Number:   895.63508 C911

POETRY:

Brand, M. (1980). Peace march, Nagasaki to Hiroshima. Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.
Call Number:   811.52 B817p

Chong, K. (2000). Black flower in the sky: poems of a Korean bridegroom in Hiroshima.   Santa Fe, N.M.: Katydid Books.
Call Number:   895.714 C5485b

Taniguchi, Y. (2004). Foreign wife elegy: poems. Minneapolis, MN : Coffee House Press.
Call Number:    811.6 T1649F

Outcry from the inferno: atomic bomb tanka anthology. (1995). Honolulu, Hawaii:  Bamboo Ridge Press.
Call Number:   895.615 O944

ART:

The Hiroshima murals: the art of Iri Maruki and Toshi Maruki. (1985). New York: Kodansha International.
Call Number:   759.952 M389Zd - Q Oversize Shelves

 

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE:

Coerr, E. (1993). Sadako. New York: Putnam.
Call Number:   921 SADAKO

Morimoto, J. (1990). My Hiroshima. New York: Viking.
Call Number: 940.544 Children's Collection

Nakamoto, H. (1970). My Japan 1930-1951. New York, McGraw- Hill.
Call Number: 921 NAKAMOTO Children's Collection

Kouno, F. (2007). Town of evening calm ; Country of cherry blossoms. San Francisco, Calif.: Last Gasp.
Call Number:   741.5 Children's Collection

Kodama, T. (1995). Shin's tricycle. New York: Walker and Co.      
Call Number:   940.54 Children's Collection

Yep, L. (1995). Hiroshima: a novella. New York: Scholastic.
Call Number:   YEP Children's Collection

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS:

Auxier, J.A. (1978). Ichiban: radiation dosimetry for the survivors of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Washington: Dept. of Energy: Springfield, Va.
Call Number:   E 1.28:TID-27080

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations. (March 31 & June 8, 1978). Payments to individuals suffering from effects of atomic bomb explosions: hearings before the Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, second session on H.R. 844. Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off.  
Call Number:   Y 4.J 89/1:95/43

ORAL HISTORY:

Mansfield, M.  Reston interview of Ambassador Mansfield [sound recording].
Call Number:   OH 0022-0400 a