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110827-0006 - Elementary School Students


Outside Meiji 1900s Kozaburo Tamamura

Elementary schools with paper umbrellas arrive at the school gate.

This image is part of “The School Life of Young Japan” (No 1), a series published by Japanese photographer Kozaburo Tamamura in the early 1900s (late Meiji).

Original text: “A wet morning. But the school hours begin at eight, but no allowance can be made for, ‘please, teacher, it was raining;’ and so we have here a sketch of future generation entering the school. sheltered with Kasa (oiled-paper umbrellas), and Geta (high, wooden shoes).”

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