• Creator
  • Mori, Jeanne
  • Created Date
  • 1943
  • Description
  • In her letter to friends including Mabel Ring, Mori discusses the many challenges faced at the camp, including the lack of supplies and staff to meet the needs of so many children in the nursery schools. She describes Christmas celebrations at the camp and the donations of gifts for the children. Mori also notes that she will soon be leaving to work at a school in New York. She writes "I know that many of you are wondering how I can leave the ... more
    In her letter to friends including Mabel Ring, Mori discusses the many challenges faced at the camp, including the lack of supplies and staff to meet the needs of so many children in the nursery schools. She describes Christmas celebrations at the camp and the donations of gifts for the children. Mori also notes that she will soon be leaving to work at a school in New York. She writes "I know that many of you are wondering how I can leave the family, especially Dad but I am happy to say that the climate here has agreed with him and he is stronger than he has been in many years. I know now that the wet, dampy climate of the the Pacific Northwest was not good for him. Mary, too is planning to leave. If things work out well, we hope to relocate the rest of the family. Unless each one of us here on the project takes it upon himself to relocate, we will be contributing to making this place another "Indian Reservation." We just can't let that happen." Mori adds that by leaving the... less
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  • Newsletter
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