[Letter to Clara Breed from Katherine Tasaki, Poston, Arizona, June 12, 1942]
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June 12, 1942
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Katherine Tasaki to Clara Breed.
June 12, 1942/Dear Miss Breed, /How is everybody. /We arrived at Poston on Sunday yesterday I went with a girl to the ball game. Arizona vs. California. California won 13-1 It was a pretty good game. It is very hot here, and it is very dusty. /I think one of these days I'll write a book for your libay about this kind of life. The other day, we walked to the canteen which is one mile away./Well, mamma had to go to a certain office, so while we were going, we saw a dead snake. I saw a rat skin too. There are lots of red ants around here. / There are Scorpions too. There was on under our house./I think it is all very nice here except for the heat, sand, and insects. Well write again./Sincerely, /Katherine Tasaki/P.S./My address/Katherine Tasaki/Block 15 bldg. 3-A/Poston, Arizona
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