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Parent The situation in Japan
Date 21 November 1946
Language English
Collection Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records
Box Box 3
Folder General Reports and Memoranda from November 1946
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
Page 3 Captain Luke Lea, Jr. I believe he will get along all right. Sarah writes me that she is determined to go to Washington and meet you and Mrs. Lea, and I hope she can work our her plans to this end. I want to thank you again for your many courtesies, and to say that we value your friendship highly and are determined that it shall not end with the completion of this project. I was at the Hattori House last night on my usual weekly mission. Sargeant Cameron, who has been extremely helpful in working out our mess arrangements, is very anxious to have his wife brought to Japan. He thinks that if you were here you could arrange it for him. Can anything be done to help him? I apologize for the length of this letter, but I have not had time to write a short one. Let me hear from you. With all best wishes, Sincerely yours, Frank S. Tavenner, Jr. IPS, GHQ, SCAP APO 500 c/o Postmaster San Francisco, California