[Letter to Clara Breed from William and Jack Watanabe, Poston, Arizona, November 21, 1944]
November 21, 1944
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
2 letters and envelope from William and Jack Watanabe to Clara Breed.
Nov. 21, 1944/Dear Miss Breed,/I am sorry I have not written in a long time./ How are you doing these days? My family and I are all in good health. Here in camp we have adobe schools. And I am in the 7th grade now./We are going to celebrate Thanksgiving this Thursday and we have a vacation from school./ My father and I go fishing at Colorado River every week end./It is getting very cold here. My Mother and Father send their very best regards./Yours Truly/Jack Watanabe/P.S. Please write soon./
November 21,1944/ Dear Miss Breed,/We are very sorry we didn't write to you sooner but it had just slipped our minds./Several teachers went to San Diego several weeks ago and said it was avery nice place but it was very clouded. They brought my brother's car up here and Dick and I plan to go back east on it. I am planning to go to Cleveland in January and finish high school. My sister is out there now and says it is very cold./Here at Poston the weather is very cold. Last week it rained every day and in the mornings it is about 40./Jack goes to school everyday and is now in the seventh grade. Every once in a while he reminds to write to you so finally I got ambisious and wrote. Well I guess that is all for now./Sincerely/William Watanabe
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