[Letter to Clara Breed from Katherine Tasaki, Poston, Arizona, April 28, 1943]
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April 28, 1943
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Katherine Tasaki to Clara Breed.
April 28, 1943/Dear Miss Breed,/I am very sorry I have not written sooner. I really liked the book, but I couldn't find time to write because my works in the kitchen as a head waitress. /We are having an Exhibit at our fire station. It shows the work of the Poston I Elementry School pupils. I meant to make a baby's kimono, but I didn't have time to finish. anyway, they are going to sell my towel I knitted for the Red Cross a long time ago./My classmates gave me a birthday party for me on my birthday which was April 9. It was loads of fun./My mother bought me a dress and a sewing set and stockings for my birthday. For her birthday I made her a card. I bought her a box of hankies for Easter./Today I went to the canteen and bought myself a pen. The upper part of this letter is written by my mother's pen. The lower part is written by my new pen./We have much more nicer books at our library now. A few of the books I have already read at your library. /Yaeko came to visit me recently. She isn't changed much from the last time I saw her./I got my report card a few days ago. It had all "s's." I think I explained in one of my letters what it meant. If I didn't, is means "satisfactory."/Thank you again for the book./Love,/Katherine Tasaki
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