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track of a privately owned machine, and apparently Mr. Villie, a colleague of Mr. Kodani's, has a machine which he is willing to surrender for a time. He promised to write to Mr. Kodani concerning concerning delivery of the instrument.

I should like to visit Tanforan, but this month seems out of the question. Just now I am nursing an unpleasant cold, but apart from that drafting of Dr. Cameron has left me with a great deal of routine work which must be attended to now. The late spring rains and other mishaps have greatly delayed our spring tobacco planting program. Later on this month I shall have to go to Salt Lake City for about a week to attend the summer meetings there. But if you find that precious morning glory seed, please send it to me. At least I can take care of it.

Please remember me to Mrs. Obata and to Kim and his wife, to Lily and to Izo. And let me say again how glad I am to hear of your activities. Things are not nearly so bad, if one has something to do.


Roy Clausen
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