Japan -- Photographs
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Album of images of Japan, Cutler's arrival, baptisms, Japanese soldiers and dancers, Tokyo, missionaries, school children, homes, festivals and celebrations, silk factories, rice fields, Buddhist priests, etc. Box 3 contains originals of photos from box 2 (series 2-4).
Contains 137 images of Japanese people (interacting with missionaries, in daily life, in cultural activities, etc.), Cutler and other missionaries, the country itself, major cities, marketplaces and landmarks, and the mission presidency.
This collection consists of two albums of photographs of Japan, circa 1901. Included in the photographs are pictures of Heber J. Grant (1856-1945), Horace S. Ensign, Louis A. Kelsch (1856-1917), and Alma O. Taylor, a nineteen-year-old missionary.
Materials include a photo album belonging to an unidentified Japanese family from between approximately 1939 and 1945. The photo album contains photographs of people, places, and events in Japan. There are also some Japanese documents and some newspaper articles in English about Japan during World War II.
Contains photographs taken by Vernon W. Larsen while he served as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hawaii from 1940 to 1941. The photographs are in a variety of sizes and are mostly of the people in the area, but some are of the other missionaries serving. Also included are photographs taken of the Brigham Young University campus in the early 1940s and pictures of Japan during the United States occupation after World War II.