Leafletting
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Leafletting in front of the venue for the Conference of the National Junior High Schools Principals' Association

November 12, 1955 / Hiroshima City Auditorium
Courtesy of Tomiko Kawano
The Unity Club, which had proposed the idea of building a statue to console the spirits of Sadako and all the other children who died from the atomic bombing, distributed 2,000 handmade leaflets in front of the hall where the Conference of the National Junior High Schools Principals' Association was in progress. The leaflets asked for support for building a monument and stated that the call came from: Hiroshima Municipal Nobori-cho Junior High School 1st Year Students All the classmates of the late Sadako Sasaki.
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Flier Handed Schools Principals by Sadako's Classmates

Nobori-cho Junior High School newspaper telling the story of Sadako's death and the building of the "Children's Peace Monument"