[Letter to Clara Breed from Louise Ogawa, Poston, Arizona, April 6, 1944]
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April 6, 1944
Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada
1 letter and envelope from Louise Ogawa to Clara Breed.
April 6, 1944/Dear Miss Breed,/It seems like centuries since I last wrote to you. Yes, I am indeed ashamed of myself for neglecting to write. I do hope you are fine and enjoying the spring vacation. I imagine the library is filled with little children since school is out for the Easter holiday!/Spring vacation is here in Poston too but it does not seem as if Easter is just around the corner without the pretty Easter bonnets displayed in the store windows, Easter lilies, chocolate bunnies, and all the trimmings that goes along with the thought of Easter. But as usual the children are enjoying their Easter vacation too./Poston is no longer surrounded with the muddy rain water, but instead it has once again become the same old windy, dusty, hot community. Yes, the hot summer months will soon be here. I am afraid it will be here too too soon. I thought I would drop you a little note to say hello and hope you are in the best of health. I shall write again soon. Do write during your leisure for I enjoy hearing from you so much./Most respectfully,/ Louise Ogawa/Please give my best regards to Miss McNary.
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