Title:Letter from Roy Goto to [Afton] Nance, 1943 Apr 13
Subject:"Nance, Afton Dill "
Japanese Americans-- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Description:Handwritten letter from Roy Goto to [Afton] Nance, 1943 Apr 13.
Heart Mountain Wyoming April 13, 1943 Dear Mrs. Nance I am very sorry that I didn’t write to you for a long time but I hope you are getting along fine I am getting along fine The weather out here is just fine it is just like California except it is very dusty sometimes we can’t even see anything about 10 feet away Our new school building is just about done so we can move into the new building The Easter Sunday is comming soon but in this camp there is nothing we can do for you but mother made a hand bag for you my uncle made the handle and mother made the bag I hope you will like it We are sending it with this letter by the way how are the students in the Malaga Cove School getting along These two postcards in here is the picture of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center We are now playing basketball but the baseball season is comming soon so we are getting ready to play I thought to myself if only Mutsuo and Masao was here with us or We were with them in Colorado so we can have a good team Will this is a bad place to stop but I haven’t got any more to write about please give my best regards to everybody Sincerely Roy Goto
Publisher:Japanese American National Museum
Date:1943 April 13
Format:1 item ( 2 p. letter ) ; sheet 26 x 17 cm.
Coverage:Heart Mountain (Wyo.)
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