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    • Mrs. Protzman

    • Photographs; Men; Women; Dance; Hats; Kimonos; Decoration and ornament
    • People dressed in kimonos gather together. Mrs. Protzman holds a hat in her hand. "Mr. Tsukamoto's Son." is written on the back of the photograph. "197" is stamped on the back of the photograph.
    • Electrical engineering professors and their wives

    • Photographs; Women; Kimonos; Gardens; Trees; Plants; Ponds; Men; Rocks; College teachers; Electrical engineers
    • Frank Polkinghorn gathers around a pond with electrical engineering professors and their wives. The women are dressed in kimonos. The location is probably Hokusen-sō, Sapporo. The photograph is attached to a card with a leaf pattern.
    • Charles Protzman sitting for a meal

    • Photographs; Scrolls, Japanese; Food; Dinners and dining; Drinking cups; Kimonos; Tableware; Flower arrangement; Women; Embossing (Printing); Men
    • Charles Protzman, second from left, sits next to his wife, seated to the right of him dressed in a kimono. Four unnamed women wear kimonos as well. Three unnamed men stand behind Protzman. A scroll hangs from the wall. Food and tableware sit on...
    • Japanese actresses

    • Photographs; Women; Actresses; Kimonos; Theatrical makeup; Hair ornaments; Swords; Embossing (Printing)
    • Yachiyo Kasugano, Haruko Togo, and Itoko Asakura are dressed in kimonos wearing face makeup. Japanese writing is in the background. There is an embossing on the lower right corner of the photograph. "Kasugano Yachiyo" and "Togo Haruko" are...
    • Charles Protzman and four individuals

    • Photographs; Windows; Men; Women; Housing; Kimonos; Household employees
    • Charles Protzman sits with an unnamed man and three unnamed women dressed in kimonos. "Okitsu - This was a very pretty guest house where we did not stay. The girls are all hotel servants who were tickled to have their pictures taken. Think you...
    • Switching room

    • Women; Kimonos; Telephone stations; Telephone; Telecommunication; Telephone operators; Telephone switchboards; Offices; Desks; Windows; Chairs; Men; Technology; Photography Negatives
    • Women wearing kimonos sit in front of a switchboard. A man stands at a desk. "Switching Room of Main office at Tokyo, Japan" is handwritten on the negative's sleeve.
    • Operations garden, Shiba exchange

    • Gardens; Women; Kimonos; Buildings; Gazebos; Photography Negatives
    • Women wearing kimonos gather in the operations garden of the Shiba exchange. A gazebo stands between the buildings. "Operations Garden" and "Shiba Exchange, Tokyo" are handwritten on the negative's sleeve. The sleeve also contains handwritten...
    • Operations garden, Shiba exchange

    • Gardens; Women; Kimonos; Buildings; Gazebos; Photographs
    • Women wearing kimonos gather in the operations garden of the Shiba exchange. A gazebo stands between the buildings. "Operations Garden" and "Shiba Exchange, Tokyo" are handwritten on the photograph's sleeve. The sleeve also contains handwritten...
    • Switching room

    • Women; Kimonos; Telephone stations; Telephone; Telecommunication; Telephone operators; Telephone switchboards; Offices; Desks; Windows; Chairs; Men; Technology; Photographs
    • Women wearing kimonos sit in front of a switchboard. A man stands at a desk. "Switching Room of Main office at Tokyo, Japan" is handwritten on the photograph's sleeve.
    • Japanese actresses

    • Photographs; Amatsu, Otome; Women; Actresses; Kimonos; Swords; Hair ornaments; Hats; Theatrical makeup; Embossing (Printing)
    • Otome Amatsu and Kamiyo Nishiki are dressed in kimonos wearing face makeup. There is an embossing on the lower right corner of the photograph. "Amatsu Otome" and "Kamiyo Nishiki" are stamped on the back of the photograph.
    • Luncheon group

    • Slides (Photography); Men; Women; Buildings; Trees; Plants; Windows; Kimonos; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Nihon Denki Kabushiki Kaisha
    • Homer Sarasohn stands with the luncheon group at the Nippon Denki Otsu plant. Sarasohn reads over the shoulder of Edmundo Gonzalez-Correa. The women are dressed in kimonos.

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