Ministry of Communications, c. 1910.
“Solid nation union to sail in rough sea” propaganda postcard, c. 1940.
South Pacific Mandates (Japan), c. 1930.
2600th Anniversary of the Founding of Japan, 1940.
Printing Office, Tokyo, c. 1910.
Prince Fushimi mansion, Tokyo, c. 1910.
National Spiritual Mobilization Movement propaganda postcard, c. 1940.
Statue of Omura Masujiro at Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, c. 1920.
Dai Nihon Kokubo-fujin (Greater Japan National Women’s Defense Association), c. 1940.
Prince Ito Hirobumi state funeral, 1909.
National Census commemorative postcards, 1920 & 1935.
Exposition of Shining Technology (2,600th National Foundation Anniversary), 1940.
U.S. Consulate, Yokohama, 1933.
Siberian Intervention commemorative postcard, c. 1920.
Celebrating the Enthronement of Emperor Showa, 1928.
Japan Red Cross Society commemorative postcard, c. 1937.
Justice Ministry, Kasumigaseki, Tokyo, c. 1910.
Taishin-in (Supreme Court, or Court of Cassation), c. 1910.
Emperor Pu Yi (“The Last Emperor”), State Visit to Tokyo, 1935.
HIH Princess Kan-in, President of the Volunteer Nurses Association, 1910.
The creation of “Greater Tokyo,” 1932.
Silk Conditioning House, Yokohama, c. 1935.
Arakawa River Floodgate, Tokyo, c. 1940.
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