Correspondence from Miriko Nagahama to Betty Salzman, September 3, 1942

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    Creator (cre): Miriko Nagahama
    Originator (org): Amy Strickland
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    Personal letter expresses appreciation for Salzman's correspondence and mentions needing to take care of "another bloody nose"; it also describes fond memories of having attended football games during her "Glendale Hi and J.C. days" and notes that baseball and ping-pong are popular sports at Manzanar. Nagahama asks about Salzman and other women's work at Lockheed and about a friend's marriage and studies at UCLA, and mentions Honey [Toda] and a visit by several friends at camp; the friends had secured a permit for only one hour. She also states that she is in a teacher training program for nursery school, and describes activities associated with preparing for classes when the school opens later in the month.

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