Re-Envisioning Japan is an open-ended recuperative project based on an original collection of tourism, travel and educational ephemera in a wide range of media. Most of the objects in the collection are common use items; they all document personal experience, cross-cultural encounters, and changing representations of Japan and its place in the world in the early to mid 20th century. read more
Japan as destination in 20th century visual and material culture.
The World's Fair in a Nutshell
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Button Pin
Come Back to Bamboo Land