[Letter to Clara Breed from Margaret and Florence Ishino, Arcadia, California, April 30, 1942]
April 30, 1942
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter (1 p.) and envelope from Margaret and Florence Ishino to Clara Breed.
April 30, 1942/Dear Miss Breed,/Florence and I certainly thank you, sincerely, for the lovely books we received from you./The day the books arrived Florence was ill, and she was very glad to get the book, as she then had something interesting and amusing to read./ "Sally and Her Home Making" is the book I wanted to read after I took a trip to Hawaii with her, in "Sally and Her Kitchen." I am very much interested in cookery, and I am sure that Sally will give me more "hints" pertaining to the subject. /I know you are busy, but a letter from "back home" will certainly be appreciated./Please give my regards to Miss McNary, and if she has the inclination to write to me. /Again, we thank you kindly./Sincerely yours,/FLORENCE + Margaret Ishino
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