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history of the Japanese collection in the Library of Congress, 1874-1941

Andrew Y. Kuroda

history of the Japanese collection in the Library of Congress, 1874-1941

by Andrew Y. Kuroda

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Library of Congress. Orientalia Division. Japanese Section.,
    • Japan -- Library resources.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Andrew Y. Kuroda.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ733.U63 O74 1970
      The Physical Object
      Pagination281-327 p.
      Number of Pages327
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5320591M
      LC Control Number72171055

      Julia F. Andrews and Kuiyi Shen, “The Japanese Impact on the Chinese Art World: The Construction of Chinese Art History as a Modern Field,” Twentieth-­Century China (): 21–­30; Guo Hui, “Writing Chinese Art History in Early Twentieth-­Century China” (PhD .   James Frederick Dawson () of the Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects firm will create a preliminary plan for the arboretum in The committee created by the agreement will continue to guide the arboretum into the twenty-first century, and a master plan will provide a new vision for managing the collections and serving.

      Margaret Mead served as Benedict's literary executor until her death in In a letter to Vassar's librarian in , Mead noted that certain materials were still in existence, but not included in the collection: Benedict's letters to Mead and Mead's letters to Benedict (now located in the Mead Papers at the Library of Congress); and Edward Sapir's letters to Benedict. ; 10 1/2 linear feet. Correspondence, papers, and photographs pertaining to the James W. Trimble family of Berryville (Carroll County). His wife, Ruth Maples Trimble, was a member and officer of the Seventy-ninth Congress Club, for which the collection includes minutes for the period to

      The elements of sociology; a text-book for colleges and schools by Franklin Henry Giddings (Book) 46 editions published between and in English and held by . Anna Shinn Maier (): memory books, cash book, minute books. Box: Object: Memory book of bound letters to immediate family, 1 Item. Scope and Contents note. Letters written during a trip to Mediterranean, Egypt, Palestine, Greece & Italy. Book .


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