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Personal letter thanking Salzman for sending an encyclopedia and noting that "daily work is about the same" and that "everything is on the boresome side." Also mentions visit by church friends; a move by Miriko [Nagahama], her mother and sister to a new place within the camp, undertaken because of a new regulation seeking to reduce the number of inhabitants per apartment; and that Honey [Toda] is well.
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Inyo California United States
MS 026--Manzanar Collection--http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt700027b0/