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Tokyo Taisho 1910s Unknown
American missionary Susan M. Bauernfeind (1870-1945) and a group of factory girl converts at Mukojima, Tokyo.

Bauernfeind worked as a representative of the Evangelical Association’s Woman’s Missionary Society among some 3,500 women and girls employed in the mills of the Kanegafuchi Spinning Company. The company was an industrial giant born out of Japan’s sudden industrialization.
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