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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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Haiku Poem by Onitsura (1660-1738)

Haiku Poem by Onitsura (1660-1738)

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Date: 1900~
Creator: Saitô Shôshû
Description: The postcard depicts a woman raising her veil to look at the flower blossoms on the trees. The sky is a dark blue and the bottom half of the postcard is blank.
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A Person Overhearing Secret Songs

A Person Overhearing Secret Songs

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Date: 1907
Creator: Bokuchitei Kuronbo
Description: A figure playing a stringed instrument is in the background while a person hiding in the foreground listens. The style is angular with flat areas of color.
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Commemorating the Launching Ceremony of the Japanese Battleship Kurama

Commemorating the Launching Ceremony of the Japanese Battleship Kurama

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Date: 1907
Creator: Wada Eisaku
Description: A stylized sun rises in the background to shine upon flowers, doves, and a hammer.
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A Peaceful Small Heaven

A Peaceful Small Heaven

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Date: 1909
Creator: Bokuchitei Kuronbo
Description: On a green ground and behind a lattice a rooster and a black hen sit.
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Accounting

Accounting

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: An grounded airplane is depicted in the monochromatic postcard.
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Gentleman's Daughter

Gentleman's Daughter

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Date: unknown
Creator: Tomioka Eisen
Description: The top half of the vertically oriented postcard depicts a woman leaning out of a window and looking to her right. In English text along the bottom is inscribed, Gentleman's Daughter. The woman is wearing a kimono and her hair is decorated with a flower, a ribbon, and two other trinkets.
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Illuminated Sign "Bayer Aspirin" in Central Osaka

Illuminated Sign "Bayer Aspirin" in Central Osaka

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Date: 1920/1930~
Creator: unknown
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts a neon Bayer Aspirin sign above a building with a silhouette of people below. The sky is dark and the only illumination is the sign and the interior of the building. A few stars twinkle in the sky and some Japanese text runs along the bottom.
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Commemoration of the Victory of the Japanese Troops

Commemoration of the Victory of the Japanese Troops

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Date: 1906
Creator: Sugiura Hisui
Description: The vertically oriented postcard features a soldier on horseback carrying a flag in the foreground and the background insert includes a line of soldiers in outline and a portrait of a man and a woman in oval monochromatic insets.
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Couple in Cloud Roundel

Couple in Cloud Roundel

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Date: 1900~
Creator: Saitô Shôshû
Description: A roundel floats in the top half of the vertically oriented postcard and silhouetted in white is a couple.
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