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19 Archival description results for Japan

16 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Custom House and Oura, Nagasaki, Japan

Hand coloured image on a post card of a woman being pulled in a rickshaw in Nagasaki, Japan. This post card was accquired while Harry Seidelman was working on the liner the "Empress of Japan."

JNF Makaya forest

Photograph depicts Jacob Tsur and [Aro] Teshiuma at the Makuya Forest.
Written on the verso: "P. 6 1 x 2 1/4. J.N.F. Makuya Forest. [Aro??] Teshiuma. Jacob Tsur. 391/9. Jan - 1 1976. The people of Israel Jacob Tsur."

JNF Makaya forest

Photograph depicts a crowd of Japanese supporters of the Makuya movement with banners in Japanese. One banner says "Makuya New-Zionists" in English.

Jack Rose

Oral history interview with Jack Rose who was born in Vancouver in 1920, just one year after his parents had moved to the city. When the Second World War broke out Jack joined the Signal Corps in April 1940. Division was brought to Hong Kong in November and was captured by the Japanese and wasn't released until 1945.


Film depicts shots of a mountain in Japan (likely Mount Fuji), and various Japanese city scenes. There are also a number of shots of Japanese temples and gardens. Phyliss Snider is visible in some of the footage.

Karen Glanzberg

Oral Interview with Karen Glanzberg. Interviewed by Michael Schwartz for Feeding Community podcast.

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