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[Letter to Clara Breed from David Kikuchi, Arcadia, California, April 18, 1942]

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[Letter to Clara Breed from David Kikuchi, Arcadia, California, April 18, 1942]
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Arcadia, Calif., April 18, 1942

(93.75.31BC)

Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada

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1 letter and envelope from David Kikuchi to Clara Breed.

Transcription:
April 18, 1942 / Dear Miss Breed, / How are you? / We were going to Owens Vally but there was a sudden change on the train so we came here called Santa Anita. It is very fine here. Some time it rains and sometime it is very cloudy. / We live in horse stables but there is another room added to the horse stable. / There is no school yet, but every day I am very busy playing with all my friends. / To-morrow we will have to go to sun-day school at 8:00 A. M. / Yours Truly / David Kikuchi

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