• Creator
  • Iseri, Mike
  • Created Date
  • 1942
  • Description
  • Mike Iseri writes to James Sakamoto, Chief Supervisor of the Japanese staff at Camp Harmony, from Camp Robinson, Arkansas where he is stationed with the army. He expresses his best wishes for Sakamoto and his staff at the camp and discusses the possibility of having some of the young women in Camp Harmony write to the nisei soldiers at Camp Robinson in order to boost morale. Iseri writes "I told a few of theses men that I'd rite to you and see... more
    Mike Iseri writes to James Sakamoto, Chief Supervisor of the Japanese staff at Camp Harmony, from Camp Robinson, Arkansas where he is stationed with the army. He expresses his best wishes for Sakamoto and his staff at the camp and discusses the possibility of having some of the young women in Camp Harmony write to the nisei soldiers at Camp Robinson in order to boost morale. Iseri writes "I told a few of theses men that I'd rite to you and see if there was a possibility of starting a club of that sort. If so please let me know. There are quite a number from our neighborhood too, but since the movement started there it is hard for us to tell who is in which campsite: so take this means of trying to find some friends from home.". less
  • Format
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    Letter (correspondence)
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