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A letter from Masayoshi Fuchita to Kumataro Fuchita. He has been making a living by farming before the war but planning to start a business. He writes about the currency exchange rate from US dollar to Japanese yen and asks for a loan from Kumataro Fuchita. 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, 7 x 11.25 inches, handwritten application/pdf