[Letter to Clara Breed from Katherine Tasaki, Arcadia, California, April 25, 1942]
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April 25, 1942
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter (3 p.) and envelope from Katherine Tasaki to Clara Breed.
April 25, 1942/Dear Miss Breed,/Thank you very much for the book and the letter. I liked the book very much. We play all kinds of games in the playground. There is a recreation school for children from 5 to 11. I am 10 yrs. old, but I don't want to go, so I stay at home and play. Last night there was a picture show. There were 2 comic pictures, sports, sports in Africa, and a picture titled "The Gangs All Here." It was a gangster picture. There has been baseball games going on at one of the training tracks. San Diego won several times. My cousin Helen is working in the canteen, and day before yesterday she gave me a dime. She is very nice, and I wish you could meet her. You should have seen all the nice things Miss Fay sent me. She sent me a ball, some candy, a cute little boat, some nice cards, a 10 c. defense book, (with a stamp in it) and Fuzzy Wuzzy. Last week a friend sent me 2 funny books, and I still haven't read all of them yet, because everybody looks at it. Mother says "Hello." Say "Hello" to everybody for me./Sincerely,/Katherine Tasaki
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