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Fukujusō tosa nikki shiori

Fukujusō tosa nikki shiori

Print shows diary and potted plant. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. Shikishi Nishikie Surimono. Forms part of: Japanese prints and d... more

A Frenchman in the gold rush : the journal of Ernest de Massey, argonaut of 1849

A Frenchman in the gold rush : the journal of Ernest de Massey, argona...

Ernest de Massey was the younger son of a well-to-do French family that sailed to America and the Gold Rush in the spring of 1849. He eventually settled in San Francisco, where he lived until his return to Euro... more

William Perry sea journals,

William Perry sea journals,

Journals of two voyages, the first with caption: Journal of a voyage in the ship Jamaica, William Sherry, from Montego Bay bound to London (18 July-15 Oct. 1797). The second with caption: Journal of a voyage fr... more

Notebooks---2 August-12 September 1831 and diary fragments

Notebooks---2 August-12 September 1831 and diary fragments

In 1829, Morse left the United States to spend nearly three years studying art in Europe. He visited London and Switzerland, but spent much of his time in Paris and Italy. During these years, Morse kept a serie... more

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