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 Resource Type: Postcard
 Decade: 1900-1909
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Female Student in a Parody of the Wisteria Maiden

Female Student in a Parody of the Wisteria Maiden

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Date: 1905
Creator: Asai Chu
Description: The vertically oriented postcard contains a depiction of a woman in a simple gown and cape, holding an umbrella, amongst some leafy vines. The ground of the card stock is tan, the woman's hat and cloak are black, and the vine is green as is the simple line indicating the woman's sandals.
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Landscape in Black and Green

Landscape in Black and Green

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Date: 1900/1912~
Creator: Saitô Shôshû
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts a landscape with a black sky and a floating insert for the message. The color of the card stock is beige and the printing is in two colors, green and black.
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Man Playing Go

Man Playing Go

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Date: 1900/1912~
Creator: unknown
Description: A seated man plays a game. The colors of the postcard are muted blue and beige on a brown ground.
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Mandarin Ducks

Mandarin Ducks

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Date: 1900/1912~
Creator: Saitô Shôshû
Description: The postcard consists of six panels in which two duck silhouettes meet, closer frame by frame. The ground of the card is a cream color and the postcard is printed in two dark shades of brown.
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Sayohime

Sayohime

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Date: 1905
Creator: Japanese Postcard Association
Description: A woman looking out to sea inside a heart shape is the focal point of this postcard.
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Sojo Henjo and Ono no Komachi

Sojo Henjo and Ono no Komachi

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Date: 1905
Creator: Tomioka Eisen
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts a seated man and woman who is covering her mouth with her kimono.
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Soldier in a Parody of Benkei

Soldier in a Parody of Benkei

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Date: 1905
Creator: Asai Chu
Description: This vertically oriented postcard depicts a soldier shoveling. Weapons and tools are on his back and his facial expression is fierce and angry. The ground of the card is a tan with no background setting indicated.
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Tokiwa Gozen

Tokiwa Gozen

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Date: 1905
Creator: Tomioka Eisen
Description: The vertically oriented postcard features a group of three people in the lower right corner and an area free of illustration for writing.
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Two Women Enjoying a Summer Evening

Two Women Enjoying a Summer Evening

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Date: 1905~
Creator: Uemura Shoen
Description: Two women wearing soft head coverings are looking to their right while a small cage hangs behind their right shoulders. The wind appears to be blowing and the woman in the foreground holds a decorated fan.
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The West: Sparrows in the Park in Paris

The West: Sparrows in the Park in Paris

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Date: 1905~
Creator: Nakamura Fusetsu
Description: A woman and two young boys watch the small birds on the ground in front of them. The tones of the postcard are brown with some green and blue muted tones included. The brush strokes are washy and loose.
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