G Hanazawa to Office of the Custodian, 19 February 1947

G Hanazawa to Office of the Custodian, 19 February 1947

COPY for Mr. F G Shears.
Feb. 19/47
Merritt, B.C. Office of the Custodian 506 Royal Bank Bldg. Vancouver, B.C. Dear Sir:
I have received registered mail and enclosed cheque in the amount of $14.68 from you today.
In regarding with my chattels stored in the former home of Mrs. Kazue Oye, I claim that I had a chattels worth amounted over $200.00.
I claim my chattels stored in Mrs. Kazue Oye's home are as follows:
(1) Singer sewing machine (same as new) $120.00
(2) Dresser (with round mirror) (new with chair) 55.00
(3) Chiffonier (new) 25.00
(4) Victor record player 14.95
(5) Japanese doll & record cabinet 10.00
The above mentioned chattels which I claimed should be on the list of Custodian under the name of Genichi Hanazawa which I signed the list before Japanese evacuation at former "Fuji Chop Suey" at Vancouver, B.C. and also approved by Mrs. Kazue Oye, now residing at Grand Forks, B.C.
If you check once again and acknowledge my claim will be much appreciated.
Trusting you will give this matter your kind attention and awaiting your kind reply.
Yours truly,
No. 10767
P.O. Box 1636
Merrit, B.C.



G Hanazawa to Office of the Custodian, 19 February 1947


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