Mission Photograph Album - Japan and Korea
Mission Photograph Album - Japan and Korea
Mostly oversize Images related to Methodist mission work in Korea and Japan taken under the direction of the Board of Missions between the 1900s and late 1920s
Board of Foreign Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church
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The General Commission on Archives and History of The United Methodist Church. The United Methodist Archives and History Center. Madison, New Jersey
Mission Photograph Albums - Japan and Korea
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14353 No caption
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14355 No caption
14356 A man starting engine.
14357 No caption
14358 No caption
14359 See Korea 2, P. 101.
14360 No caption
14361 No caption.
14362 No caption.
14363 Trying western style of suit.
Ja/Ko -11:1 Public Commercial School for Koreans, Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 11:2 Public Common School, in agriculture for Koreans, Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 13:1 Morning meeting of Japanese, school boys. Seoul. Korea.
Ja/Ko - 13:2 Mowning hat and fly-trap hat.
Ja/Ko - 13:3 Commercial School for Koreans, Fusan, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 15:1 "Overflow" Dormitory of Married Ibomen.
Ja/Ko - 15:2 Agricultral School for Koreans, South Zerra Province.
Ja/Ko - 17:1 Agricultural School for Koreans, South Zerra Pronvince.
Ja/Ko - 19:1 Lady of Seoul out for a walk.
Ja/Ko - 19:2 Shoveling in Korea.
44120 Newspaper Office in Souel.
Ja/Ko -23:1 Korean watching for the first railroad train in Korea.
64998 Taking water.
Ja/Ko - 25:1 Ginseng roots of five-year old plants to be made into medical
Ja/Ko - 25:2 A ginseng farmer.
Ja/Ko - 27:1 Commercial Museum. Goverment General of Chosen.
Ja/Ko - 27:2 A common school, Kiyo (Seoul) Korea.
Ja/Ko - 29:1 Sericultural training for Koreans maintained by Imperial
Ja/Ko - 29:2 The office building of ginseng monoply at Kaijo (Songdo).
Ja/Ko - 31:1 Government salt pans at Korea bay near Chinnampo.
Ja/Ko - 31:2 Training in wearing maintained by Imperial Donation Fund.
27948 Afforestation is carried out in the mountain slope by building
Ja/Ko - 35:1 No caption.
Ja/Ko - 37:1 King Diwo Denha.
Ja/Ko - 37:2 South Gate, Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 39:1 East gate, Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 39:2 Roman Catholic Church, Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 41:1 Government General Office, Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 41:2 Oriental Colinization Co. Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 42:1 An old-time official.
Ja/Ko - 43:2 A Loyal Subject's Grave
Ja/Ko - 43:3 Wall pictures at Wanzan Temple.
Ja/Ko - 45:1 Iron bridge near Pyeng Yang.
Ja/Ko - 45:2 Peddler.
Ja/Ko - 47:1 Sakya birthday.
27949 Iron Bridge over Nim River (Kanko) near Seoul.
25823 Pyeng Yang ladies' costume.
Ja/Ko - 49:1 Government General Terauchi and Okubo.
Ja/Ko - 51:1 South Gate, Pyeng Yang.
Ja/Ko - 51:2 East Gate, Seoul.
44123 South Gate, Seoul.
Ja/Ko - 53:1 Street, Seoul.
69739 Making a horsehair hat.
Ja/Ko - 55:1 Government Hospital.
Ja/Ko - 57:1 Government-General Terauchi.
Ja/Ko - 57:2 Korea fishermen.
Ja/Ko - 59:1 A court of law in Korea.
Ja/Ko - 59:2 Funeral of the Queen of Korea.
Ja/Ko - 61:1 Seeding station of Sensen District, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 61:2 Koreans at work on Seeding Station.
Ja/Ko - 61:3 Seeding Station of Gishu Prefecture, North Hwian Province
Maintained by Imperial Donation Fund.
Ja/Ko - 63:1 Practical Training in cultivating mullbery tree, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 63:2 Students working in the Sericulture Training Station, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 65:2 Students at work, Kyosho Sericulture Training Station jointly
maintained by various districts of the province.
Ja/Ko - 65:3 One department of hte Sericulture Training Station, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 67:1 Korean Students spinning silk-thread.
62192 Korean students spinning silk thread.
62193 Students at work dyeing. Training station, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 69:1 Students at Weaving Training station, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 69:2 Korean students at work in weaving training station.
Ja/Ko -71:1 Students at work in Weaving Training Station, Korea.
Ja/Ko - 71:2 Weaving Training Station, maintained by Government North
Keisho Province, Korea.
Ja/Ko -71:3 Students at work in Weaving Training Station, Korea.
Ja/Ko -73:1 Weaving Training Station, maintained by Imperial Donation
fund, North Keisho Province, Korea.
Ja/Ko -73:2 Students at work, Weaving Training Station, Korea.
62194 Students Spinning Pongee-Thread Korea.
Ja/Ko - 75:2 Students at work in The Korean Weaving Training Station.
Ja/Ko -77:1 Sericulture conducted at a district station, Korea.
Ja/Ko -77:2 Readjusting fishing lines for Hairtails at Togei, Korea.
Ja/Ko -77:3 Students working at ship-carpentry, Training Station, Korea.
Ja/Ko -79:1 Korean weaving straw, bags.
Ja/Ko -79:2 Silkworm eggs at Sericulture Training Station Korea. Jointly
maintained from Imperial Donation Funds.
Ja/Ko - 81:1 Count Okuma.
14365 Count Okuma speaking from train.
14366 Count Okuma talking into the nipponophone.
14367 Count Okuma speaking from a car window.
Ja/Ko -89:1 Mr. J.A. Rabbitt.
20143 Main office of Nipponophone Co., Ltd. at Kawasaki, 150ft. long by 50
ft. wide. From here 40 braches and 350 agencies are directed.
Ja/Ko -91:1 Raw materials for phonographs in store room of Nipponophone
Ja/Ko -91:2 Making parts for Phonographs on American machinery in the
factory of Nipponophone Co., Ltd.
Ja/Ko -93:1 Nihonbashi Primary School and Nipponophone phonograph.
Ja/Ko -93:2 Workmen's dining-room, connected with Phonograph department
Record department employees are kept separate, Nipponophone Co., Ltd.
Ja/Ko -95:1 Small screw-making machines, Kawasaki Factory.
Ja/Ko -95:2 Laboratory at Kawasaki Phonograph factory. Experts examining
and engraving copper electron from which records are stamped.
Ja/Ko -97:1 Horn-making department.
Ja/Ko -97:2 Electroplating department.
Ja/Ko -99:1 Automatic gear cutting machines, Phonograph factory.
Ja/Ko -99:2 Powerful hydroulic press for stamping turn table and other
heavy parts for phonographs.
Ja/Ko -101:1 Stamping presses where phonograph parts are stamped from
American cold rolled steel.
Ja/Ko -101:2 Final assembling room for phonographs. Doors at end of room
lead to sound proof inspecting chambers. Output, 100 phonographs per day.
Ja/Ko -103:1 Record receiving and shipping department, capacity 6,000
records per day. All records are packed in sealed boxes of 10 each and
shipped in this form only 5 braches and agencies. The color seal indicates
the kind of records in package.
Ja/Ko -103:2 Phonograph package and shipping department. Capacity 100 per
Ja/Ko -105:1 First assembling of phonographs.
Ja/Ko -105:2 Record pressing department. Capacity 100,000 records per
month. Here are made Japanese, Chinese, Formosan, and Korean records in
hydraulic presses hidden behind workmen in picture.
Ja/Ko -107:1 Phonograph parts in process inspection room A, where parts
are measured and waighed before acceptance from machine department.
Ja/Ko -107:2 Phonograph parts in process and inspection room B, where
parts are counted and sorted preparatory to distribution to assembling room.
27950 Carps, or paper fishes flying on roofs of houses, to celebrate the
boys' festival, May 5.
27950 Boys' festival (May 5) each fish represents a new born boy.
Ja/Ko -111:1 Moving patient, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
68801 Laboratory, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
64715 Charity ward for women, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -113:1 St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -113:2 Entrance to Nurses' Home, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -113:3 St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -115:1 Dispensary, Charity clinic, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -115:2 One of the operating rooms, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -115:3 Charity clinic, surgery department, St. Luke's Hospital,
39699 Charity patients, morning clinic, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -117:1 Nurses and staff of physicians, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
64716 Sun parlor, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -119:1 Moving patient, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -119:2 Charity clinic, skin department St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -119:3 Private room, St. Luke's Hospital, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -121:1 No caption
Ja/Ko -121:2 No caption
Ja/Ko -121:3 No caption
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Ja/Ko -123:2 No caption
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Ja/Ko -125:1 No caption
38261 Inland sea. Japan.
26545 New Year in Japan.
Ja/Ko -127:1 Kindergarten.
27435 An ancient warrior's figure on Boy's Festival Day, May 5.
Ja/Ko -127:2 Japanese children.
Ja/Ko -129:1 New Year card game in Japan.
Ja/Ko -129:2 New Year card game.
Ja/Ko -129:3 Celebrating the New Year in Japan.
Ja/Ko -131:1 Pier, Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -131:2 Pier and landing place, Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -131:3 Union Church, Bluff, Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -133:1 An evening stroll by the light of a paper lantern.
25818 Tea house at Kumuta (between Yokohama and Tokyo) in the wisterian
68802 An Autumn evening in the suburbs of Yokohama.
15352 Mount Fujiyama in the autumn.
Ja/Ko -135:1 No caption
Ja/Ko -137:1 No captio.
Ja/Ko -137:2 Picking up clams in Yokohama Harbor.
Ja/Ko -137:3 Picking up clams in Yokohama Harbor.
Ja/Ko -139:1 Digging for clams, Mississippi Bay, Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -139:2 Steel tower for electric power transmission from Hydro-
electric power house. Tokyo, Built by Ishikawagima Engineering Co.
Ja/Ko -139:3 Picking up shell-fish, Yokohama Bay, in front of Grand Hotel.
Ja/Ko -141:1 Electric of steel girders for Tokyo Elevated Railway. Built
in 1905 by Ishikawagima Engineering Company.
Ja/Ko -141:2 Wrestling Hall, Tokyo. Accommodates over 10,000 people. Built
by Ishikawagima Engineering Company.
25194 Central Station, Tokyo, Japan, Built by the Ishikawagima Engineering
Ja/Ko -143:1 Stone Bridge, Naniwa Bashi, Osaka.
Ja/Ko -143:2 The bridge, Tenjin Bashi, Osaka.
Ja/Ko -143:3 Electric light illumination at the celebrating of the Three
Hundreth Anniversary of city's founding, Osaka, Japan.
Ja/Ko -145:1 Bridge (Temura Bashi) at Osaka.
Ja/Ko -145:2 Osaka bridge, made in Korea.
Ja/Ko -145:3 Bridge at Osaka, made in Korea.
Ja/Ko -147:1 Headquarter of Osaka Fire Department.
Ja/Ko -147:2 Osaka Fire Brigade.
Ja/Ko -149:1 Summit of Shiroyama, showing tunnel that runs through the
mountain at this point. Inscription reads: "Tunnel of Shiroyama." Osaka,
26546 Ice cream in Japan.
Ja/Ko -151:1 School children at dinner, Osaka.
Ja/Ko -151:2 Student athletes.
Ja/Ko -151:3 A young artist.
Ja/Ko -153:1 Digging clams at Sakai, near Osaka.
Ja/Ko -153:2 Japanese peasants using water wheel to irrigate a rice field.
Ja/Ko -153:3 Fisherman.
Ja/Ko -155:1 Dejima, at Wakanoura, near city of Osaka.
Ja/Ko -155:2 Ruins, showing firemen at work, North Osaka.
Ja/Ko -155:3 Interior view, showing platform commonly built on one side of
25268 Steamship of the Osaka Merchant Ship Co.
Ja/Ko -157:1 No caption
Ja/Ko -157:2 No caption
Ja/Ko -159:1 Railway station, Osaka.
Ja/Ko -159:2 The Imperial Library, on Nakanoshima, Osaka.
25382 The Shikishima, Japanese flag ship, in Tokyo Bay.
Ja/Ko -159:3 View of Yokohama at Fujimiyen.
Ja/Ko -161:1 Lilies.
Ja/Ko -161:2 Hydrangea.
Ja/Ko -161:3 Morning glorias.
Ja/Ko -161:4 Lotus flowers.
Ja/Ko -161:5 Peony.
Ja/Ko -163:1 Japanese children carrying babes on thier backs.
Ja/Ko -163:2 Pleasure boats on the "Yedo gawa" river, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -163:3 Students.
Ja/Ko -163:4 The Watarase River in a dense fog.
Ja/Ko -165:1 No caption
Ja/Ko -165:2 School girls at Gotemba, Japan.
Ja/Ko -167:1 Opium Manufacturing department Hygienic Labratory, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -167:2 Stamping room, Hygienic Labratory, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -169:1 A Japanese Farmer in his rain coat.
Ja/Ko -169:2 "Komuso" playing bamboo flutes in the street. The "komuso"
are impoverished persons who travel about in the guise of begging minstrels.
Ja/Ko -169:3 View of Kobe, Japan.
Ja/Ko -169:4 Matsushima.
25827 Building in Japan.
25822 Interior of a Japanese House.
Ja/Ko -171:1 Birds-eye view from Maruyama Park, Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -173:1 Law Court, in Kobe.
Ja/Ko -173:2 Japanese junks in the harbor. Kobe.
62651 The "Bund" Kobe, showing Oriental Hotel and Hongkong-Shanghai Bank.
Ja/Ko -175:1 Osaka Station.
Ja/Ko -175:2 The peep show. Owners of a peep-show in Japan know how to put
their audience in a good humor.
Ja/Ko -177:1 Sawing.
Ja/Ko -177:2 Threshing wheat.
Ja/Ko -177:3 Buddhish priests.
Ja/Ko -179:1 No caption.
Ja/Ko -179:2 Bronze lantern hanging ovre veranda of Kasuga temple, Nara,
Ja/Ko -179:3 "Geta" (shoe) store, Japan.
94980 Silkworm, moth and eggs.
62195 Silk worms.
94981 Silk cocoons
Ja/Ko -183:1 Modern weaving factory, Japan.
Ja/Ko -183:2 Basket peddlers, Japan.
Ja/Ko -185:1 Collection of views showing various sights and scene in Japan.
Ja/Ko -187:1 The "Bund", Kobe, Japan.
Ja/Ko -189:1 The Large Buddha, Kamakura, Japan.
Ja/Ko -191:1 An old Japanese Farmer.
Ja/Ko -193:1 West section of the city of Kobe, Japan.
Ja/Ko -195:1 East section of city of Kobe, Japan.
Ja/Ko -197:1 The chapel, Doshisha University. Kioto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -197:2 The campus, Doshisha University, Kioto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -199:1 Dean Midzusaki lecturing, Doshisha University.
Ja/Ko -199:2 Harrie Sience Hall, Doshisha University, Kioto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -201:1 Recitation Hall, Doshisha University.
Ja/Ko -201:2 Clarke Theological Hall, Doshisha University.
Ja/Ko -203:1 No caption
Ja/Ko -203:2 Faculty and students, (1910) Doshisha University, Kyoto,
Ja/Ko -205:1 No caption
Ja/Ko -207:1 Harvesting rice, agricultural farm, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -207:2 Part of agricultural farm, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -207:3 Forestry practice, agricultural farm, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -209:1 Part of farm, agricultural school, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -211:1 Main entrance to building of Aichi Province Agricultural
school, Anjo, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -211:2 Aichi Province Agricultural school, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -213:1 Aichi Province Agricultural Farm, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -213:2 Caring for stock, Aichi Province Agricultural School, Anjo,
Ja/Ko -215:1 Silk Worm Rearing House, Aichi Province Agricultural School,
Ja/Ko -215:2 Feeding Silk Worms, Aichi Province Agricultural School, Anjo,
Ja/Ko -217:1 Cultivating flowers, Aichi Province Agricultural Farm, Anjo,
Ja/Ko -217:2 Training the Orchard, Aichi Province Agricultural Farm, Anjo,
Ja/Ko -218:1 No caption.
Ja/Ko -219:1 Government Agricultural School, at Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -219:2 Gathering cocoons, Agricultural Farm, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -221:1 President Yamazaki of the Norin Gakko (Agricultural School)
Ja/Ko -223:1 Making charcoal, Agricultural Farm, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -223:2 Forestry practice, Agricultural Farm, Anjo, Japan.
Ja/Ko -225:1 The building in which began Doshisha University Kyoto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -225:2 Joseph Hardy Neesima, Founder, Doshisha University, Kyoto,
Ja/Ko -227:1 Jujitsu, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -227:2 Base-ball team, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -229:1 Flag ruch, at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -231:1 Cracker-jacks, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -231:2 The last five minutes of the game, Doshisha University,
Ja/Ko -231:3 A game of football (1913) Kobe and Doshisha University
Ja/Ko -233:1 President Harada, Doshisha University, at his desk, Kyoto,
Ja/Ko -233:2 Prof. Wada, at work, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -233:3 The reading room, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.
Ja/Ko -235:1 Daibutsu, Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -237:1 Tea picking, Japan.
Ja/Ko -239:1 Thousand idols left hand in Sanjiusangendo, Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -241:1 Kintaibashi, Geishu, Japan.
Ja/Ko -243:1 Chrysanthemums.
Ja/Ko -245:1 Tor Hotel, Kobe.
Ja/Ko -247:1 Gion Festival, at Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -249:1 Rice field.
Ja/Ko -251:1 Korakuen Park at Okayama.
Ja/Ko -253:1 Planting rice.
69968 Castle of Nagoya.
Ja/Ko -257:1 No caption
Ja/Ko -259:1 Three monkeys carved by the famous Japanese artist Nikko.
27700 Mutsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -261:2 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27702 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -263:1 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -263:2 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
82735 View of Tokyo, from roof of Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27703 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27704 Corridor in Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27705 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27706 Girls at switch board, Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -269:1 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -269:2 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27707 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27708 Display in the Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
27709 Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -273:1 Playing goats, Japan.
Ja/Ko -273:2 A god in Japan.
Ja/Ko -273:3 A god in Japan.
Ja/Ko -275 Tokyo from roof of Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -275:2 Gotemba - election ear to Fujiyama through old torii.
Ja/Ko -275:3 No caption.
Ja/Ko -277:1 Foremost story-teller in Japan, Kumoemon, in Yurakuza
Theater, Tokyo. (stories of old Japan)
Ja/Ko -277:2 Gotemba.
Ja/Ko -279:1 In the round window, Kumata, between Tokyo and Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -279:2 Viewing wistaria from the round window at Kumata, between
Tokyo and Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -279:3 School girls studying penmanship. Japan.
Ja/Ko -281:1 No caption.
Ja/Ko -281:2 No caption.
Ja/Ko -281:3 Nippon Bank and Public Library, Osaka.
Ja/Ko -281:4 Red bridge, Nikko.
Ja/Ko -281:5 Pier of Chikko, Osaka.
Ja/Ko -283:1 Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion) at Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -283 Festival of Chionim Temple, Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -283:3 Autumn tints, Arashiyama at Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -285:1 No caption.
Ja/Ko -285:2 Wistaria Blossom at Kameido Temple, Tokyo, Japan.
40713 Osaka - The smoking Chicago of Japan.
Ja/Ko -289:1 No caption.
Ja/Ko -289:2 No caption.
42935 No caption.
82512 No caption.
Ja/Ko -291:1 No caption.
Ja/Ko -291:2 No caption.
Ja/Ko -291:3 Old imperial palace, at Kyoto.
Ja/Ko -291:4 No caption.
Ja/Ko -291:5 No caption.
Ja/Ko -293:1 Imperial Palace, Tokyo.
Ja/Ko -293:2 Fuji.
Ja/Ko -293:3 No caption.
70037 No caption.
Ja/Ko -295:1 Fuji.
Ja/Ko -295:2 Fuji.
Ja/Ko -297:1 Fuji.
Ja/Ko -297:2 Fuji.
Ja/Ko -299:1 Snow scene in Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -299:2 Snow scene on the Rokugo River, Yokohama.
Ja/Ko -299:3 Fuji.