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Apparently the agreement was signed on the operating table. Grade: 2 Antique postcard, unused, in excellent shape apart from normal aging.
Several additional postcard collections and archives have been added to the Teich Archives Collection over the past 35 years, including the Detroit Publishing Company Collection, the Dexter Press Records, the John High Collection, the V. Reference staff may be able to help determine whether either specific postcards or categories of interest are available in the CTPAC.
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We think this was in the Port Arthur area so this card might better have been placed in the "China" category but other Port Arthur postcards may be found there.
Grade: 2Our good friend Tomizawa-san advises the literal and contextual meaning of the caption "the way to dazzling East Asia" during the imperialist era of 1931-1945.