Letter to Yuri Domoto from Wakako Domoto

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Yuriko Domoto Tsukada Collection

Letter from Wakako Domoto to her sister Yuriko Domoto Tsukada. In which Wakako discusses a wide range of topics such as, her work as housekeeper for Colorado Governor Ralph Carr, gossip about local politics (such as why Governor Carr lost his election for Senate), the Carr family schedule and house guests, run-ins with other Japanese Americans in Denver, a hope to visit their eldest brother Toichi in Boulder, paperwork needed to continue to work and live outside of Amache, and her decision to start school and thought process on which classes to start. Letter appears to be written over several days.

1943-1944

Correspondence

Document

  • Tsukada, Yuriko (Domoto)
  • Domoto, Wakako
  • Carr, Ralph
  • Domoto, Toichi

Densho

Courtesy of Yuriko Domoto Tsukada Collection, Densho

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