Mission Photograph Album - Japan #06 Page 0096
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C11890 Forlorn and tragic are the figures which go about Hiroshima today,
picking through the rubble.
C11891 Atom bombed Hiroshima.
C11892 The empty shell of the Methodist Church in downtown, Hiroshima.
C11893 The Hiroshima Methodist Church was from 200 to 300 yards from the
zero-point where the atomic bomb on Aug. 5, 1945.
C11894 One of the missionary residences at Kwansei Gakuin, Methodist Girls
School in Nagasaki. Burst at the seams by the atom-bombing on Aug. 5,
1945, these buildings will be repaired.
C11895 Younger students of Kwassui Gakuin get their orders for the morning
and are about to go out to help set their campus in order, Nagasaki.
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