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Guide to the Korean Postcards Collection
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The collection contains a group of nine color ethnographic cards, six of people, three of various locations in Seoul, (known as Keijô by the Japanese colonial authorities who controlled Korea during this period, 1910-1945). Title captions (in English) are: "Everyday Wear of Korea," a man in his gown and horse-hair hat; "the Post Man of Korea," the postman is holding an umbrella and wears a blue long silk gown, smokes a one meter long pipe and has a leather bag to hold the mail and wears a tall grass hat; "Carrying Water of a Lady," shows a woman with a baby strapped to her back while she balances and holds a water jug on her head with a rural village in the background; "Needle Work of High-Class Lady," shows two Korean young girls, one uses a sewing machine, the other stitches by hand; "The Manner of Korean" shows some eight members of a Korean family as they pose for the camera; "Carrying Water of Korean Girl" shows some five young girls by the riverside balancing water jugs on top of their heads.
.1 linear feet (1 folder)
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