Japan--Description and travel
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 01/MS 00004
Scope and Contents Papers, 1937-1972, of Colonel Bonnie "Lane" Carlson, originally from Scotts Bluff, Nebraska. Colonel Lane Carlson was one of the first five female colonels in the United States Army. Primarily includes letters written to and from her parents throughout her life, beginning with her time at Sullins College in Bristol, Virginia, various military bases, postwar Japan and West Germany. Some of the topics discussed in the letters include base life during the war, the experience of a commissioned...
Identifier: SC 00866
Scope and Contents Travel diary of Frances Evarts Clark of Washington, D.C. on a trip to Asia and Europe. Her first entry is from Honolulu, Hawaii in November, 1926. The Captain of the U.S.S. Charmont, John H. Blackburn, signed her diary along with a few fellow travelers. Near the front of the diary, she has drawn a pencil picture of a ship with flying birds and has written, "Outward Bound" and "5 December 1926, A.W.R." In December, Clark is in Guam where they quarantined because there is measles...
Identifier: UA 5.005
Scope and Contents This collection contains diaries, photographs, and other material related to Margetta Doris (Hirsch) Doyle. The bulk of the collection consists of material related to Margetta Doyle's days as a student at Mary from 1941-1945. The collection also includes a diary, photographs, and financial information concerning a trip to China, Japan, and Hong Kong in the fall of 1984 by Margetta Hirsch Doyle, her husband, and two friends. The diaries contain summary notes compiled by Margetta Doyle.
Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 2009.308 and 2011.269
Scope and Contents This collection contains the family papers of members of the Grigsby and Galt Families. Mary Blair Grigsby married William W. Galt in 1881. The collection contains papers of various members of the Grigsby family, particulary Hugh Blair Grigsby who was a historian and Chancellor of The College of William and Mary and his son, Hugh Carrington Grigsby who lived his entire life at the family farm, Edgehill, in Charlotte County, Virginia. The collection also contains the personal papers...
Identifier: SC 00848
Scope and Contents Two letters written by H. M. Lewis, a missionary in Sendai, Japan to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Creasy in Roanoke, Virginia in 1932 and 1934 respectively.One letter includes a description of "child life in Japan" that the author suggests might be useful for a Bible class.The second letter consists of a 15 page description titled "The Log" (circulation 120) and describes in detail travels to different places in Asia. Sections are titled: 'Manila', 'Along the China Sea - Hong...
Identifier: SC 00136
Content Description Photograph album of a trip to Japan consisting of 37 photographs. Many of them are labeled with such places as Namba, Sumiyuski Shrine, and Ohama Park. There are also photographs of rail cars, landscapes, monks, Japanese competing in athletic events, and beach scenes. Two photographs are labeled Natives of Honolulu, 1898. One photograph is a cabinet card and the back is labeled Aunt Lena Schwamb? and Aunt Hilda Luckner.
Identifier: SC 01604
Scope and Contents 181 black and white photographs from a trip to Japan in 1914. Blanche Potter was the daughter of New York Congressman and capitalist, Orlando Potter. She traveled to Japan with a group of American friends. They visited Kyoto, Tokyo, Yokahama, Miyajima, Miyanoshita. Each photograph contains a caption and the album portrays varied landscape and architectural scenes such as lakes, valleys, and trees as well as temples, pagodas, fountains, and bridges. The album also features photographs of...