Japan -- History -- 20th century
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
A string bound photo album featuring African American paratroopers stationed in Japan after the Korean War. There are 126 black and white/sepia-toned photographs, a few with captions, majority without. The photos depict the paratroopers engaged in training, camp activities, and leisure.
A 396 page line diary kept by Dr. Hondelink during his travels in Japan.
Twenty-eight glass slides featuring scenes of Japan from Dr. Handelink's travels. The slides are color-tinted.
Twenty-seven glass slides featuring scenes of Japan from Dr. Handelink's travels. The slides are color-tinted.
A 396 page line diary, 78 film negatives, and 55 glass slides created by Garrett Hondelink during a missionary trip to Kagoshima, Japan. The diary entries include descriptions of daily life, travel throughout Japan, and interactions with other missionaries as well as with Japanese officials.
The negatives and glass slides feature images from Hondelink's travels, showing local people, buildings, and landmarks.