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Classifications: Photographs

Classifications: Photographs
A282 Theatre Street, Yokohama
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.59
N43 Sumiyoshi, Osaka
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.66
A394 Ikuta Temple, Kobe
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.72
I34 Nikko Toshogu, (A Temple)
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.75
C12 Weighing Tea
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.43
B1158 Kago, (Travelling Chair)
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.44
A578 Motomachi Street of Kobe
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.45
U45 Chrysanthenum at Nozawa's Garden, Yokohama
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.47
A102 View of Yokohama
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.70
A92 100 Steps, Yokohama
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.71
A287 Street of Enoshima
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.73
01 Cherry Flower of Koganei (Nearly Tokyo)
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.78
B1280 Wisteria Blossom in Park of Hikone
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.80
C21 Rice Preparation
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.51
B1176 Jinrikisha at Negishi, Yokohama
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.52
N14 The Farmer Taking Off the Stalk of Wheat
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.53
A70 Farmer in the Fields
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.55
Untitled
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.57
V44 Jinrikisha
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.62
A308 Shell Picking Honmoku, Yokohama
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.64
A354 Rokkakudo Temple at Kioto
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.65
Festival Car
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1870-1910
86.60
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.48
Kusakabe Kimbei
20th century
83.76
Kusakabe Kimbei
20th century
83.78
Kusakabe Kimbei
early 20th century
83.79
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.42
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.46
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.67
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.69
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.74
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.76
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.77
Kusakabe Kimbei
ca. 1865-1910
86.79
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