Mission Photograph Album - Japan - O.P. #01 Page 0248
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37172 Head nurse, Ayabe Silk Filiature, Japan.
37173 One of the wards of the hospital. Ayabe Silk Filiature, Japan.
37174 Miss Tsuda, principal of Joshi Eigakujuku school, Tokyo. Behind her
is the map of Japan with flags showing the various places at which
graduates of her school are teaching. Miss Tsuda is a graduate of Bryn
Maur. Tokyo, Japan.
37176 Mr. Kabayashi standing by the side of a bust of his father, the
founder of the Lion Tooth-powder Company. This company has inaugurated an
extensive system of welfare and educational work among its employee, and
borrowed a plan from Clarke and Son of Chicago, by which, when tooth-powder
wrappers are returned, they make a certain contribution to various
philanthropies, including the Okayama Orphanage. Something over 200,000
Yen has already been contributed in this way by the company, Japan.
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