Japan: Photographs, 1854 to 1905

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C. Worswick
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1979 - Travel - 151 pages
The Japanese people and their customs and culture, as well as the cities and countryside, are captured in over 100 photographs taken during the period of Japan's transition from a nearly feudal to a modern society

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About the author (1979)

Clark Worswick is a photographic historian and a photography collector. He is presently Consulting Curator of Photography at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts. His books include The Last Empire: Photography in British India, 1865-1911; Imperial China: Photographs, 1850-1912; Japan: Photographs, 1854-1905, Princely India, and An Edwardian Observer. For over three decades he has been involved in American documentation projects.

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