Correspondence between Taro Kishi at Terry and his father, K. Kishi
Mr. K. Kishi
Care of - Mr. K. Kobayashi
Soon after the creditors foreclosed on the mortgages and notes on the Kishi Colony, Taro’s father, Kichimatsu Kishi went to Japan to seek funds to buy back the property. From March 16, 1931 to March 28, 1932, Taro corresponded with his father in Japan by typed letters and coded cables. His father replied by terse coded cables. The struggle to save the colony is described in the history of the Kishi Colony. The following are links to life at Terry, Texas during this time. Click to view link.
letters are signed:
The individauls named in the letters, and their relation to Taro, are described below:
K. Kishi, Kichimatsu
Kishi, Taro's father