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[Letter to Clara Breed from Mizue Himaka, Arcadia, California, June 17, 1942]

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[Letter to Clara Breed from Mizue Himaka, Arcadia, California, June 17, 1942]
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Arcadia, Calif., June 17, 1942

(93.75.31BJ)

Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada

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1 letter and envelope from Mizue Himaka to Clara Breed.

Transcription:
June 17, 1942 / Dear Miss Breed / How are you? I am fine now and going to school every day. Thank you again for the book. I enjoyed the book very much. I am going to school in grandstand where it is cool on hot days. The weather over here is cold morning and night and hot during the afternoon. / I do not know how the library is because I have never been there yet. I have enough work part of the day. I have to study for my English test tomorrow, so I'll write again later. / Sincerely yours / Mizue Himaka / P.S. Had to write with a pencil since my sister has my pen.

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