[Letter to Clara Breed from Katherine Tasaki, Poston, Arizona, September 16, 1943]
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September 16, 1943
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Katherine Tasaki to Clara Breed.
Sept. 16, 1943/Poston, Ariz./Dear Miss Breed,/Excuse me for not writting sooner. Really, I have no excuse./This time you are sure to get my package because I mailed it this morning. They were just a few Poston souvenirs. I didn't get to send any bugs because the only ones I can find now are small./We get the Poston Chronicle 3 times a week. We thought you may like to see our news, so I am sending 3 of them. Also I am sending a copy of the Pacific Citizen. It is sold at the canteen. My mother found an old one, so she got it./I must be sure and tell you what the pin is. They are miniature "getas," as we call them. The people wear them into showers. Almost everybody has them./The rock may not amount to much, but I thought some had nice shapes, and some have pretty colors./I am hearing from Annie almost everyday now. We certinly keep up a good corespondence./I forgot to thank you for the 2 books. They were perfectly delightful. If I keep on getting new books, I will have a regular library./Lots of Love,/Katherine/P.S./If you will look closely on your heart, you will find a shape outlined in black. I am sorry to make you give Miss Fay her heart, but if you happen to meet her, give it to her and say "hello" for me.
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