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Japan Subject Collection
Bernath Mss 188  
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Cities/Regions

 

Hiroshima

Box 1: 1

Hiroshima, "Documentary Pictures of Hiroshima where the world [sic] first Atom Bomb was dropped at 8.15 A. M. on Aug. 6th in 1945, & how the city has been restored as A Peaceful City," 1953

Additional Note

In English and Japanese, with two clippings pasted in about the death of "A-Bomb Victim No. 1" in 1986.
 

Kagawa (Prefecture)

Box 1: 2

Guide/map to Kagawa, ca. 1946

 

Kobe

Box 1: 2

Guidebook - Hyogo Prefecture and City of Kobe, for Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915

Box 1: 2

Yearbook - 1875-1925 Kobe College & Academy, Kobe: H. Kodama, 1925

 

Kyoto

Box 1: 3

B. Thomson for Miyako Hotel, A Guide to Kyoto and its Vicinity, sixth ed. (2 copies), 1914

Box 1: 3

Viewbook/guidebook - Kyoto Municipal Government, Kyoto, ca. 1928

Box 1: 3

Map of Kyoto, from Kyoto Hotel / Kyoto Merchant Guild, ca. 1936

Box 1: 3

Kyoto Pioneer Merchants Association, Shopping Guide of Kyoto, ca. 1952

Box 1: 3

Map & Guide of Kyoto and Environs, Japan Tourist Bureau, n.d.

 

Miyajima

Box 1: 4

A Short Guide to Miyajima and Neighbourhood, for Miyajima Hotel, third ed., 1918

 

Nara

Box 1: 5

Guidebook/rail guide - Nara & Its Vicinity, Tokyo & Osaka: Toppan Printing Co., Ltd., n.d.

 

Nikko

Box 1: 6

Guide/viewbook - Kanaya Hotel, Nikko, Japan, ca. 1909

Box 1: 6

Guide to Nikko and its Vicinity, from Nikko Hotel, Yokohama: Uyeda, n.d.

 

Sendai

Box 1: 7

Guide/viewbook - North Japan College, Sendai, Japan, ca. 1910

 

Shikoku (Island)

Box 1: 8

Guide to Shikoku - in Japanese, n.d.

 

Tokyo

Box 1: 9

Claudius Ferrand, M.A., Ideas of a Missionary on the Evangelization of Japan, 1905

Box 1: 9

Mitsukoshi: A Paradise for Shoppers, ca. 1935 or later

Box 1: 9

64th Engineer Topographic Battalion, Tokyo City Bus Routes, Apr. 1947

Box 1: 9

Japan Travel Bureau, Map of Tōkyō & Surrounding Districts Including Yokohama, Kamakura, Nikko, Atami, Hakone, Mt. Fuji, ca. 1954

 

Yokohama

Box 1: 10

Viewbook for unnamed temple[?], Tokyo: Seibi-do, ca. 1921

 

General

 

Commander-in-Chief - US Pacific Fleet & Pacific Ocean Areas (CINCPAC-CINCPOA)

Box 1: 11

Guide to Japan, CINCPAC-CINCPOA Bulletin no. 209-45: 1 Sept. 1945

 

Imperial Government Railways

Box 1: 12

Japan: Imperial Government Railways - Travelers' Handy Guide, "Special Edition for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition," Tōkyō: Traffic Department, Imperial Government Railways, 1915

Box 1: 12

Japan Imperial Railways, Japan: Travellers' Handy Guide (2 copies), Tōkyō: Traffic Department, Imperial Government Railways, 1919

 

Japanese Government Railways

Box 2: 1

Japanese Landscape Gardens, Tokyo: Japanese Government Railways, 1926

Additional Note

With inscription "from Mr. Hirayama, Jan. 6th, 1928."
Box 2: 1

Pocket Guide to Japan, Tokyo: Japanese Government Railways, 1926

Additional Note

With inscription "from Yashiro Yagiu, Dec. 23rd, 1927."
Box 2: 1

Travelers' Map of Japan, Chosen (Korea), Taiwan (Formosa), (2 copies), Tokyo: Japanese Government Railways, 1927

Box 2: 1

Yasunosuke Fukukita, Tea Cult of Japan: An Aesthetic Pastime, 2nd ed., Tourist Library: 1, Tokyo: Board of Tourist Industry, Japanese Government Railways, 1935

Box 2: 1

Manabu Miyoshi, D. Sc., Sakura - Japanese Cherry, 2nd ed., Tourist Library: 3, Tokyo: Maruzen Company Ltd., 1935

Box 2: 1

Prof. Hideto Kisida, D. Sc., Japanese Architecture, 3rd ed., Tourist Library: 7, Tokyo: Board of Tourist Industry, Japanese Government Railways, 1940

Box 2: 1

Board of Tourist Industry, Japanese Government Railways, Japan in Autumn, Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., n.d.

 

Nippon Yuken Kaisha (NYK) Line

Box 2: 2

To Japan, China, and around the World, Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) Line, n.d.

 

Oriental Steamship Company / Toyo Kisen Kaisha

Box 2: 3

Toyo Kisen Kaisha, Chicago: Poole Bros., n.d.

Box 2: 3

Toyo Kisen Kaisha, San Francisco: Sunset Press, n.d.

 

Osaka Shosen Kaisha (OSK) Line / Osaka Mercantile Steamship Company, Ltd.

Box 2: 4

A Visit to the Orient by the Magnificent Ships of the Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Osaka: Hamada Printing Co., 1927

Box 2: 4

A Unique Round the World Service: Japan-South American Line, Osaka: Hamada Printing Co., 1933

Box 2: 4

The Inland Sea of Japan, Osaka: Hamada Printing Co., 1935

Box 2: 4

See the Inland Sea of Japan, Osaka: Hamada Printing Co., 1935

Box 2: 4

See the Inland Sea of Japan by O.S.K. Line, Osaka: Hamada Printing Co., 1937, with insert, 1936

 

Rotary Club of Tokyo

Box 2: 5

Guidebook - Japan, 1930

 

Society of Friends of Eastern Art

Box 2: 6

Postcards of Eastern Art, Series I, Japanese Painting, n.d.

Box 2: 6

Postcards of Eastern Art, Series II, Japanese Sculpture, n.d.

Box 2: 6

Postcards of Eastern Art, Series III, Japanese Architecture, n.d.

 

Thos. Cook & Son

Box 2: 7

Brochure - "To Japan in 1920: A Summer Tour," Program No. 15, ca. 1920

 

Miscellaneous

Box 2: 8

The Class Trade Unions of Japan: The Revolutionary Role and Tasks, New York City: Workers Library Publishers, ca. 1932 or later

Box 2: 8

Booklet - Japanese Drama and the Shōchiku Dramatic Company, Tokyo: Tokyo Printing Co., n.d.

Box 2: 8

[Theater guide?] - in Japanese, n.d.

Box 2: 8

S. Takashima, A.B., Illustrations of Japanese Life, Tokyo: K. Ogawa, F.R.P.S., n.d.

Box 2: 8

Viewbook - in Japanese with some English captions, n.d.

Additional Note

Possibly related to the International Exposition?
Box 2: 9

Medicine packets - paper wrappers in Japanese