[Letter to Clara Breed from Katherine Tasaki, Poston, Arizona, September 8, 1942]
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September 8, 1942
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Katherine Tasaki to Clara Breed.
Dear Miss Breed, /Thank you for the nice letter. My finger is better now. I dropped a glass, and when I was picking up the pieces, a got a deep cut. Tell Miss McNary "thank you" for the candy./Since the weather is getting cooler, every body is cathing a cold. I had one, and now I caught another one. I have lots of fun with my girl friend. We play dolls and hospital. She has a very nice doll buggy. I have a nice one, but I left it at home. /We were playing with a girl, and haveing a nice time, but she was a half, and so she went back to Pheonix. /After Camp 3 is settled, we might go there. I don't know if I want to go or not. I have made two nice friends here, and I hate to leave them. But maybe it's better, because our room is so big, it will be hard to keep it warm. But in #3, they have petitions./I mustn't forget to tell you about our crocheting circle. Mamma was crochheting a scarf, and kinted a sweater so now all the women on this block are either kintting or crocheting/Thats all for now./Yours Truly,/Katherine Tasaki
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