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Response letter to the Goodwill Message of the children of Wales. A response letter from Manoa School, Honolulu, T.H. May 19, 1937. The letter reads; Dear boys and girls of Wales, We are the boys and girls of the Manoa School. We go to two different schools. The English School finishes at two o'clock. Then we go to a Japanese Language School. We are glad that you sent us a message. We are giving you a greeting, "Aloha" to the boys and girls of Wales. We, boys and girls of the Manoa School want peace. When the other countries have war, we are very sad. We want all the world to be at peace. We had a play called "Hookupu." It was a very fine Hawaiian pageant. All the Hawaiian children acted in the pageant. We had a May Queen. She was very beautiful. They acted at our school. Then they went to the Central Union Church and acted the Hawaiian pageant. Now I will close with "Aloha" and best wishes. Your foreign friend, (signed) Teruko Nozawa.

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