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Envelope, 2/15/43

Gift of Ms. Elizabeth Y. Yamada, Japanese American National Museum (93.75.21E)




February 15, 1943
 
Miss Clara E. Breed,
Supervising Librarian,
Children's Department,
San Diego Public Library,
San Diego, California,
 
My Dear Miss Breed:
 
It was most interesting to me to read your fine article in the Library Journal for February 1, "All But Blind." I remember so vividly our conversation concerning the American-Japanese children. I have thought of it many times during this last year. So many people away from the Pacific coast have no idea what the situation is. Your article will certainly make them more conscious of the responsibility which we owe these young people.
 
Let me hear from you some time when you have a few leisure moments.
 
Your truly,
 
Mary R. Lucas
Head of Education and Children's Department


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