[Letter to Clara Breed from Katherine Tasaki, Arcadia, California, May 16, 1942]
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May 16, 1942
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Katherine Tasaki written to Clara Breed.
May 16, 1942/Dear Miss Breed,/ Thank you very much for the picture + the book. My mother liked the picture very much. I like the book very much. Since the libary got more books, it has been very crowded. They have a whole lot of books now, but the libary is to narrow. I am sorry that you and everybody else has a cold. Yesterday it was very hot, but today it is kind of cloudy. Since I came here, I kept getting sick. For the last 2 days I have been layed up with an upset stomach. I haven't gone to see Jack Watanabe yet, but I know him. At least I think I do. If its the little boy I was thinking about, be used to be in the same class as I was in, when I went to the Japenese school. He was in the other 4th grade room in Lincoln school when I was there. Thank you again for everything./Sincerely,/ Katherine/P.S. Tell Miss McNary "Hello." And Keiko is my Japenese name. I was named after my father. Only I have a "ko" on the end instead of "chi." My fathers name is Keichi.
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