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Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Advert for Morris motor cars, 1937

Advert for Morris motor cars, 1937. A print from The Motor, 4th May 1937

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Gaving through sulphurous vapors into the craters depths, Aso-San, Japan, 1904

Gaving through sulphurous vapors into the craters depths, Aso-San, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Lookingng through sulphurous vapors into the craters depths, Aso-san, Japan, 1904. Mount Aso (Aso-san), on the island of Kyushu, is the largest active volcano in Japan

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Coaling the Pacific mail SS Siberia, at the fortified naval station of Nagasaki, Japan, 1904

Coaling the Pacific mail SS Siberia, at the fortified naval station of Nagasaki, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Watching an eruption of steam and boiling mud halfway up the volcano of Aso-san, Japan, 1904

Watching an eruption of steam and boiling mud halfway up the volcano of Aso-san, Japan, 1904. Mount Aso (Aso-san), on the island of Kyushu, is the largest active volcano in Japan

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Women crossing the lake on stepping stones, Suizen-ji Garden, Kumamoto, Japan, 1904

Women crossing the lake on stepping stones, Suizen-ji Garden, Kumamoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Women crossing the lake on stepping stones, Suizen-ji Garden, Kumamoto, Japan, 1904. Looking north-east towards the model of Mount Fuji (Fujiyama)

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Flailing barley beside a fishing beach on the Inland Sea, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Flailing barley beside a fishing beach on the Inland Sea, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Flailing barley beside a fishing beach on the Inland Sea, looking south-east to Oshima Island, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Kintai Bridge over the Nishiki River at Iwakuni, looking north, Japan, 1904

Kintai Bridge over the Nishiki River at Iwakuni, looking north, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Kintai Bridge over the Nishiki River at Iwakuni, looking north, Japan, 1904. This bridge with five wooden arches was built in 1673

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Sacred torii gate rising from the sea, Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima Island, Japan, 1904

Sacred torii gate rising from the sea, Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima Island, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Sacred torii gate rising from the sea, Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima Island, Japan, 1904. This Shinto shrine dates from the 6th century although the gate itself was built in 1168

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Summer evening meal at a hotel, Hiroshima, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Summer evening meal at a hotel, Hiroshima, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Summer evening meal at a hotel, Hiroshima, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Fishing village of Obatake on the Inland Sea, looking north to the terraced rice fields, Japan

Fishing village of Obatake on the Inland Sea, looking north to the terraced rice fields, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: A street performer with a monkey amusing the crowd, Kobe, Japan, 1896. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

A street performer with a monkey amusing the crowd, Kobe, Japan, 1896. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
A street performer with a monkey amusing the crowd, Kobe, Japan, 1896. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Looking south-east from the pine crowned heights of Suwa-yama over Kobe, Japan, 1904

Looking south-east from the pine crowned heights of Suwa-yama over Kobe, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Looking south-east from the pine crowned heights of Suwayama over Kobe, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Funeral procession of a rich Buddhist, on the road to Sakai, looking towards Osaka, Japan, 1904

Funeral procession of a rich Buddhist, on the road to Sakai, looking towards Osaka, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Stone lanterns at Sumiyoshi, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Stone lanterns at Sumiyoshi, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Stone lanterns at Sumiyoshi, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Sumiyoshi is the site of one of the oldest Shinto shrines in Japan, believed to have been built in 211 AD. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Feudal castle of the proud Shoguns, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Feudal castle of the proud Shoguns, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Feudal castle of the proud Shoguns, Osaka, Japan, 1904. One of the most famous castles in Japan, Osaka Castle was built in the late 16th century by the Toyotomi clan

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Dotombori, or Theatre Street, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Dotombori, or Theatre Street, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Dotombori, or Theatre Street, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Stately splendour of the Shitenno-ji Temple, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Stately splendour of the Shitenno-ji Temple, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Stately splendour of the Shitenno-ji Temple, Osaka, Japan, 1904. Originally founded in 593, Shitenno-ji is the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Girl feeding sacred deer on her way to prayers, grounds of Kasuga Temple, Nara, Japan, 1904

Girl feeding sacred deer on her way to prayers, grounds of Kasuga Temple, Nara, Japan, 1904. Originally established in 768, the Shinto Kasuga Shrine is famous for its many bronze and stone lanterns

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: A woman Shinto devotee counting the stone lanterns, Kasuga Shrine, Nara, Japan, 1904

A woman Shinto devotee counting the stone lanterns, Kasuga Shrine, Nara, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
A woman Shinto devotee counting the stone lanterns, Kasuga Shrine, Nara, Japan, 1904. Originally established in 768, the Kasuga Shrine is famous for its many bronze and stone lanterns

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Farm labourers transplanting rice shoots near Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Farm labourers transplanting rice shoots near Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Farm labourers transplanting rice shoots near Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Ploughing flooded ground for rice planting, north of the main road at Uji, near Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Ploughing flooded ground for rice planting, north of the main road at Uji, near Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Men on a log raft, shooting the Hozu Rapids on the Katsura River, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Men on a log raft, shooting the Hozu Rapids on the Katsura River, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Men on a log raft, shooting the Hozu Rapids on the Katsura River, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: The gardens of the home of Mr Y Namikawa, leader in the art industries, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

The gardens of the home of Mr Y Namikawa, leader in the art industries, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Factory girls decorating cheap pottery for the foreign markets, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Factory girls decorating cheap pottery for the foreign markets, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Factory girls decorating cheap pottery for the foreign markets, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Expert workmen creating designs in cloisonne, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Expert workmen creating designs in cloisonne, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Expert workmen creating designs in cloisonne, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Mr Namikawa in the background. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Workmen watching kilns full of Awata porcelain, Kinkosan works, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Workmen watching kilns full of Awata porcelain, Kinkosan works, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Workmen watching kilns full of Awata porcelain, Kinkosan works, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: A potter and his wheel, fashioning a vase of Awata porcelain, Kinkosan works, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

A potter and his wheel, fashioning a vase of Awata porcelain, Kinkosan works, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Bamboo avenue, looking south-west, near Kiyomizu, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Bamboo avenue, looking south-west, near Kiyomizu, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Bamboo avenue, looking south-west, near Kiyomizu, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Women travelling in rickshaws. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Shinto procession carrying sacred objects over a bridge to the Imperial Museum, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Shinto procession carrying sacred objects over a bridge to the Imperial Museum, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Kyoto was the capital of Japan until 1869 when the Imperial Family moved to Tokyo

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Fortune teller, Inari Temple, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Fortune teller, Inari Temple, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Fortune teller, Inari Temple, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Inari is the Shinto god of fertility, rice, agriculture, foxes and industry

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Coming and going under long rows of sacred torii, Shinto temple of Inari, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Coming and going under long rows of sacred torii, Shinto temple of Inari, Kyoto, Japan, 1904
Coming and going under long rows of sacred torii, Shinto Temple of Inari, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Inari is the Shinto god of fertility, rice, agriculture, foxes and industry

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Main front of Higashi Hongan-ji, largest Buddhist temple in Japan, Kyoto, 1904

Main front of Higashi Hongan-ji, largest Buddhist temple in Japan, Kyoto, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Main front of Higashi Hongan-ji, largest Buddhist temple in Japan, Kyoto, 1904. The Mie-do (founders hall) of the temple, built in 1895. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: A family enjoying a picnic under the cherry blossoms, Omuro Gosho, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

A family enjoying a picnic under the cherry blossoms, Omuro Gosho, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
A family enjoying a picnic under the cherry blossoms, Omuro Gosho, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Also known as Ninna-ji, Omuro Gosho is a Buddhist temple originally founded in the 880s

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Women in the Kinkaku-ji Temple garden, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Women in the Kinkaku-ji Temple garden, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Women in the Kinkaku-ji Temple garden, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. The Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion Temple) is a Buddhist temple originally founded in 1397

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Women pilgrims on the steps of Omuro Gosho (east), Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Women pilgrims on the steps of Omuro Gosho (east), Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Women pilgrims on the steps of Omuro Gosho (east), Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Also known as Ninna-ji, Omuro Gosho is a Buddhist temple originally founded in the 880s

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Devout woman stroking a bronze bull to cure rheumatism, Kitano Tenjin temple, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Devout woman stroking a bronze bull to cure rheumatism, Kitano Tenjin temple, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. The temple is a Shinto shrine dedicated to the scholar

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: A single pine trained into the shape of a boat, Kinkaku-ji Monastery, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

A single pine trained into the shape of a boat, Kinkaku-ji Monastery, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
A single pine trained into the shape of a boat, Kinkaku-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. The Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion Temple) is a Buddhist temple originally founded in 1397

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Drooping clusters of wisteria over a tea house porch, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Drooping clusters of wisteria over a tea house porch, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Drooping clusters of wisteria over a tea house porch, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Looking west over the Kamo River (Kamogawa) at Shijo bridge, Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Looking west over the Kamo River (Kamogawa) at Shijo bridge, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Looking west over the Kamo River (Kamogawa) at Shijo bridge, Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Midsummer traffic under the awnings of Shijo Bashidori, a busy thoroughfare of Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Midsummer traffic under the awnings of Shijo Bashidori, a busy thoroughfare of Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Medieval moated castle of Japanese princes, occasionally used by the Mikado Nagoya, Japan, 1896

Medieval moated castle of Japanese princes, occasionally used by the Mikado Nagoya, Japan, 1896
Medieval moated castle of Japanese princes, occasionally used by the Mikado, Nagoya, Japan, 1896. The castle was built in 1610-1612 during the reign of the Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Travellers resting under the pines at Suzukawa, old post road from Tokyo to Kyoto, Japan, 1904

Travellers resting under the pines at Suzukawa, old post road from Tokyo to Kyoto, Japan, 1904
Travellers resting under the pines at Suzukawa, on the old post road from Tokyo to Kyoto, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Toiler of the sea, with his curious fishing net, bay of Matsushima, Japan, 1904

Toiler of the sea, with his curious fishing net, bay of Matsushima, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Toiler of the sea, with his curious fishing net, bay of Matsushima, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Rock arch in Matsushima Bay, south-east Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Rock arch in Matsushima Bay, south-east Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Rock arch in Matsushima Bay, south-east Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Japanese woman in a yamakago (mountain chair) crossing the torrential Daiya river near Nikko, Japan

Japanese woman in a yamakago (mountain chair) crossing the torrential Daiya river near Nikko, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: The groves were Gods first temples, avenue of noble cryptomerias at Nikko, Japan, 1904

The groves were Gods first temples, avenue of noble cryptomerias at Nikko, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
The groves were Gods first temples ; avenue of noble cryptomerias at Nikko, Japan, 1904. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Ancient stone stairway up the hill to the tomb of Shogun Ieyasu, Nikko, Japan, 1904

Ancient stone stairway up the hill to the tomb of Shogun Ieyasu, Nikko, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Ancient stone stairway up the hill to the tomb of Shogun Ieyasu, Nikko, Japan, 1904. Tokugawa Ieyasu (previously spelled Iyeyasu)

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2008: Yomeimon (gate), Buddhist Temple of Yakushi, Nikko, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Yomeimon (gate), Buddhist Temple of Yakushi, Nikko, Japan, 1904. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Yomeimon (gate), Buddhist Temple of Yakushi, Nikko, Japan, 1904. Nikko has several Buddhist shrines, some dating from as far back as the 8th century. Stereoscopic card. Detail



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