[Letter to Clara Breed from Louise Ogawa, Poston, Arizona, July 7, 1943]
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July 7, 1943
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Louise Ogawa to Clara Breed.
July 7, 1943/Dear Miss Breed,/Knowing of your business, I am again asking you to be my shopper. Please do not rush this. Any time you are not busy will be fine./I would like several boxes of soap flakes. Not knowing the prices I am enclosing $2.00 in money order. Will you please purchase 2 box of Ivory flakes or Lux flakes and several boxes of Rinso flakes and a few bars of White King or Ivory bar soap./I am an expert soap flakes maker now! Everytime I see a bar of soap, whether it be face or laundry soap, I chip it. Now we are to the point where I can't find any bar soap so I am asking you to come to my rescue./Please do not rush in buying these soaps for me. I would greatly appreciate it if you will do your work than buy the soaps during your leisure hours./Thanking you Most sincerely,/
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