Five Autograph Letters sent to a grown daughter in Massachusetts by an Unidentified American Woman during her visit to Japan in 1896
Five Autograph Letters sent to a grown daughter in Massachusetts by an Unidentified American Woman during her visit to Japan in 1896
Five Autograph Letters sent to a grown daughter in Massachusetts by an Unidentified American Woman during her visit to Japan in 1896
Five Autograph Letters sent to a grown daughter in Massachusetts by an Unidentified American Woman during her visit to Japan in 1896
Five Autograph Letters sent to a grown daughter in Massachusetts by an Unidentified American Woman during her visit to Japan in 1896

Five Autograph Letters sent to a grown daughter in Massachusetts by an Unidentified American Woman during her visit to Japan in 1896

1896. The Letters are either unsigned or signed "Your loving old mammy." Includes: (1) Dated Tokyo, Jan. 17/96. 8p. on 2 sheets (each folded to make 4p.). 22cm. Contains descriptions of an exhibition of Japanese flower arranging, a visit to a Temple grounds, and a visit to the Japanese House of Lords; (2) Dated Atami, Feb. 26/96. 8p. on 2 sheets. 20cm. Contains descriptions of Atami and its surroundings, and also a Japanese bridal party; (3) Dated Kyoto, March, 7/96. 8p. on 2 sheets. 22cm. Describes Japanese train travel, mountain views, and the Girls & Dolls festival; (4) Dated Kobe, March 26/96. 2p. on 1 sheet (Canadian Pacific Railway Co. R.M.S. "Empress of Japan" letterhead). 28cm. Describes Osaka and a Japanese auction (and the furniture the letter writer bought at the auction); and (5) Dated Imperial Hotel, Tokio, April 7/96. 6p. on 1 1/2 sheets. Descriptions of the cherry blossoms, a festival in the hotel grounds, and end of term activities at a girls school. Very Good. Item #54776

Price: $150.00

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