University of Wisconsin-Parkside Digital Collections

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Two children stand in front of a large inscribed stone, atop which stands a copper statue at Nikko of Shodo Shonin, who founded the earliest shrines and temples there in the 8th century.

Children sit near a large stone in the foreground as they watch a train cross an elevated steel bridge.

A road running through a graveyard. This is most likely the Aoyama Rei-en in Tokyo.

People stand in front of the great Buddha at Kamakura (the Kamakura Daibutsu).

The Hitachi Maru Memorial in Aoyama Cemetary. This memorializes the Hitachi Maru, a Japanese transport ship with over 1,200 people on board, lost in fighting in 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War.

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Kawai family tomb, unknown location.

The replica of the Liberty Bell, located in Hibiya Park, Tokyo, was donated by the United States in 1952.

A group of men in United States Navy uniform in front of a the great Buddha statue at Kamakura (the Kamakura Daibutsu).

A stone shrine with a stone lantern to one side.

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