[Letter to Clara Breed from Margaret Ishino, Poston, Arizona, February 10, 1943]
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February 10, 1943
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Margaret Ishino to Clara Breed.
February 10, 1943/Dear Dear Miss Breed,/Florence and I received a big surprise today from Miss Fay in Los Angeles. I feel you are somewhat responsible for this and I do want to thank you very, very much. You are forever a "Santa" to us. /Miss Fay sent to Florence an unusual play book which has songs, movie pictures, and other things to do everyday in the week. She is showing it to all her friends and is overjoyed. I received two books on Lincoln and a diary. One of the books on Lincoln is written by Stefean Lorant. It is truly an excellent book with his life in photographs. I shall cherish this book and be humbly grateful to you and Miss Fay./Thomas will be a year and one month on the 27th. Already he stands alone and soon will walk. Florence is going to school everyday and in her spare time she is either reading one of your books or playing school with the children in the neighborhood. /I am sending you a copy of our Valentine school edition. I think under the circumstances, it is an excellent paper and I am proud of it./Thank you again./Most sincerely,/ Margaret Ishino
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