Two photo albums, the first mainly of handcolored scenes in Japan and the second mainly of the Peking area of China around
the time of the Boxer Rebellion and the China Relief Expedition, with numerous pictures of European and American soldiers,
In Japan, the onetime fishing village of Yokohama was a traditional site of foreign settlements. By the turn of the century,
Yokohama had become an important port city. It served as a center for official Japanese-foreign contacts and also handled
much of Japan's export trade.
.4 linear feet
(1 document box)
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