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Letter from Frank Sakae to Kuni and Kumataro Fuchita. He has been in Japan for four years and assumes he is going to complete his missionary work in Japan in two years. He describes the reestablishment of Japan after the defeat of Japan in World War II but concludes that it is not easy for the American to live in Japan. The Akamine and Fuchita Family Papers include letters, certificates, photographs, scrapbooks, high school yearbooks, and other materials related to the Akamine, Fuchita, and Yasumura families. Subjects in the collection include the Manzanar and Rohwer incarceration camps, Koyasan Buddhist Temple, Buddhism, World War II, and Japanese American families, and other topics.
Correspondence 1 page, 10 x 7 inches, handwritten application/pdf