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Tales of the foreign settlements in Japan / by Harold S. Williams ; decorations by Jean Williams
Bib ID 277082
Format BookBook
Author
Williams, Harold S. (Harold Stannett), 1898-1987
 
Description Tokyo, Japan : Charles E. Tuttle, 1958 
351 p., 8 p. of plates : ill. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Includes index.

Library copy has marginalia by the author, newspaper cutting about H.S. Williams from The Mainichi (23/­2/­1959) inserted in back of item, and various newspaper cuttings inserted throughout.

Subjects Aliens - Japan - Anecdotes.
Other authors/contributors Williams, Jean (Gertrude Jean), 1909-1999
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Foreign settlements in Japan

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