[Letter to Clara Breed from Katherine Tasaki, Poston, Arizona, December 23, 1943]
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December 23, 1943
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Katherine Tasaki to Clara Breed.
Dec. 23, 1943/Dear Miss Breed,/ Thank you ever so much for everything. You gave me the nicest Christmas preasent I ever received since I was in Poston. I not only enjoyed the books, but I always like anything that has your name./Why, not only are you in the books, but in the magazine as well! Probly the magazine is my most treasured possesion now./ Everything you said is true. And it certianly made me feel more like "back home." Just think, you have made Poston famous, and also my name in your article. Mama is always proud about the little things which involves our friends or us, so she will probly be doubly happy./Thank you again and again for every thing, and mama joins me also./There are old cactuses for sale at the canteen, with lovely very small paper flowers in them. I haven't been able to see them, but mama says they are beautiful. We would like very much to send them to you, but there is a chance that they might crush. If we can find a way to send them, we will. But I can't promise./I can't think of anything more to say Merry Christmas--and that I'm sorry I can't send anything--so I will close./Much love,/Katherine./P.S. Tell Miss McNary Merry Christmas.
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