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Uchikawa, Eiichiro

Bannen no Inazo: kyoson kyoei o toku

Iwate Nipposha, Morioka. Showa 58 [1983], [6], 259 p., [4] leaves of plates, very good hardcover in dj. Inscribed by the author in Japanese to Iwao Namekawa, who served as Japanese-language editor of the Nichi Bei Times in San Francisco. Biography of Inazo Nitobe, who visited the United States in 1911 as the first exchange professor from Japan, lecturing on agriculture. He helped establish Tokyo Women's University and his portrait was featured on the 5,000 yen bill. Text in Japanese.

Cat.No: 141494

Price: $25.00

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