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Haiku Poem by Buson (1716-1783)

Haiku Poem by Buson (1716-1783)

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Date: 1900~
Creator: Saitô Shôshû
Description: The poem is written in white text on the top and left edges of the postcard. The top two-thirds of the vertically oriented postcard contains a depiction of a standing rat wearing a robe and holding a sword under his arm.
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Haiku Poem by Issa (1763-1827)

Haiku Poem by Issa (1763-1827)

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Date: 1900~
Creator: Saitô Shôshû
Description: The top half of the postcard contains a depiction of a person on their knees with a wide-eyed expression and shoes on their hands. The poem is written along the bottom edge of the picture and the right edge of the postcard. The bottom half is empty.
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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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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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The Charge

The Charge

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Date: 1905~
Creator: Wada Eisaku
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts in a monochromatic palette some soldiers fighting with one down, partially seen. There is some Japanese script in the upper portion in a heavy black font.
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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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Looking: Geisha

Looking: Geisha

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Date: 1905
Creator: Nakazawa Hiromitsu
Description: A seated woman in front of a window holds a handkerchief and an open book is at her left elbow on the table.
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The Moon at Sodegaura in Shinagawa

The Moon at Sodegaura in Shinagawa

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Date: 1905~
Creator: Nakamura Fusetsu
Description: Six people canoe in the foreground with another boat in the middle ground and the background some landscape. A half-moon is visible in the sky. There is some Japanese text in the lower right hand corner of the postcard.
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