[Letter to Clara Breed from Elizabeth and David Kikuchi, Arcadia, California, April 25, 1942]
April 25, 1942
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
2 letters and envelope from Elizabeth and David Kikuchi to Clara Breed + "library card".
Assembly Center/Santa Anita, Calif. /April 25, 1942/Dear Miss Breed,/Thank you very much for the book and the letter. I was very happy when I received it. /Yesterday we started a library out of 10 books. The names are Wizard of Oz, Carmen of the Golden Coast, Stella Dallas, Beautiful Bible Stories, Rebecca, Wuthering Heights, The Christ Child and the three books you have sent us. The library is going to open Monday. We made two cards for each book. One is to be kept in the envelope and the other is to be posted on the cover. We are having lots of fun playing library. Pretty soon there is going to be a big library here. I have already read my book but I'm going to read it all over. My friend and I made rules for the library. Today we got our third typhoid fever shot. It didn't hurt when we took it but now it does. I hope we don't get anymore. /Yesterday night we went to see a show. There was over 7,100 people there. The show was where they had the horserace. Our seat was clear up high in the grandstand. We couldn't see the show very good but we enjoyed it very much. /Yours sincerely,/Elizabeth Kikuchi/
Assembly Center/Santa Anita, Calif/April 24, 1942/Dear Miss Breed,/Thank you very much for the nice fine book that you sent me. /Today my friend and I went to the pond and we saw some fish and two of the fish was in the shallow water. We got the fish and brought them home./Yours Truly /David K.
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