[Letter to Clara Breed from William (Bill) Watanabe, Poston, Arizona, January 22, 1943]
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January 25, 1943
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from William (Bill) Watanabe to Clara Breed.
Dear Miss Breed,/I am thanking you very much for the nice books you have sent us. We all enjoyed them very much. How is the weather in San Diego? /We have very funny weather here, in the mornings it is very cold and the afternoons are pretty warm. The other morning we had about 1/4 ice over are fish pond. We have stoves but they don't help very much. Sometimes I think we would have good weather if it wasn't for the terrible dust storms. The dust forms on everything inside are barrack and outdoor it is so windy and dusty you can't keep your eyes open./All the students of Poston III had a ground breaking ceramony, yesterday, for the new school to be built. Not much more to write but if you have The (Tribune)-Sun paper of January 20, 1942 and are through reading it please send it up here./ Sorry I didn't write more but things are pretty dull up here./Sincerely yours,/William Bill Watanabe/329-6-A Parker Relocation Center/Poston Arizona
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