Crew of Hakata Maru, Tokyo

Crew of Hakata Maru, Tokyo

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Image Description

Location Japan
Town Japan
Technique/ material Photograph (glass plate negative)
Original size (mm) 107 x 82
Artist/maker unknown
Date 1897 to 1913
Description A positive image taken from a glass plate negative of the crew on board the ship Hakata Maru (built 1897)from Tokyo. This is one of a collection of glass plate negatives which belonged to Professor John Milne (1850-1913).
Ref number NETCC : N.1986.681
Credit © Carisbrooke Castle Museum