Supporting Material

Links to Related Image Sites

Database of the Pre-1945 East Asian Postcards

Kyoto University Area Studies Center for Integrated Information

http://app.cias.kyoto-u.ac.jp/infolib/meta_pub/G0000022PPC

Taiwan Memory

National Central Library Taiwan Historical Images from Japanese Period

http://memory.ncl.edu.tw/tm_new/index.htm

The Leonard A. Lauder Collection Boston Museum of Fine Arts

http://www.mfa.org/collections/asia/art-japanese-postcard

Visualizing Cultures

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/21f/21f.027/home/index.html

N.Ogawa / E.Asai Formosan Collection

小川尚義 浅井恵倫 臺灣資料 小川尚義(1869--1947) 浅井恵倫(1895--1969)収

http://joao-roiz.jp/ASAI/

American Geographical Society Library

AGSL Digital Photo Archive

Asia and the Middle East

http://www4.uwm.edu/libraries/digilib/agsphoto/index.cfm

Virtual Shanghai: Urban Space in Time

Editor: Christian Henriot

http://virtualshanghai.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr

Japan Postcard Society 日本絵葉書会

http://www.nihon-ehagakikai.com

Reference Material for Postcard Research

Basic Books:

Christraud Geary and Virginia-Lee Webb, eds., Delivering Views:Distant Cultures in Early Postcards. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1998.

Ikuta, Makoto 生田誠. 2005 Nihon ehagaki katarogu [2005 Japanese Picture Postcard Catalog] 日本絵葉書カタログ. 東京:里文出版, 2004.

Morse, Anne Nishimura, J. Thomas Rimer and Kendall H. Brown. Art of the Japanese Postcard. Boston: MFA Publications a Division of the Museum of Fine Arts, 2004.

Shimada Kenzō. Checklist of Japanese Commemorative Picture Post Cards 日本記念絵葉書総図鑑 カラー復刻版. 日本郵趣出版, 2009.

Korea:

Henry, Todd A. "Sanitizing Empire: Japanese Articulations of Korean Otherness and the Construction of Early Colonial Seoul, 1905-19," Journal of Asian Studies vol. 64, no. 3 (Aug. 2005): 639-75.

Kwŏn, Hyŏk-hŭi 권 혁희. Chosŏn esŏ on sajin yŏpsŏ [Postcards from Korea] 조선 에서 온 사진 엽서. Sŏul: Minŭmsa, 2005.

Lynn Hyung Gu, ‘Moving Pictures: Postcards of Colonial Korea', IIAS Newsletter 44 (2007):8-9.

Pai Hyung Il. "Navigating Modern Keijō : The Typology of Reference Guides and City Landmarks." Seoul Hak [Seoul Studies] XLIV (August 2011):1-40.

_______. "Tracing Japan’s Antiquity: Photography, Archaeology and Representations of Kyŏngju." Symposium Volume Oriental Aesthetics and Thinking: Conflicting Visions of “Asia” under the Colonial Empires edited by Shigemi Inaga. pp. 289-316 (International Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan, 2011).

Urakawa Kazuya 浦川和也. 'Ehagaki de Chōsen sōtokufu o miru: "Chōsen hantō ehagaki" no shiryōteki kachi to naihōsareta "mezashi"' [Looking at the Government General of Korea with Picture Postcards: The Value of "Korean Peninsula Postcards" as Historical Materials and their Implicit Views]. Shuka 朱夏21 (August 2006):39-52.

Taiwan:

Barclay, Paul D. 'Nihontsū no me o tsūshite mita Taiwan: Taiheiyō sensō chokuzen ni Amerika ryōjikan ga shūshū shite ita ehagaki to shashin' [Formosa Through the Consul’s Eyes: Postcards from a ‘Friend of Japan’ on the Eve of the Pacific War] Taiwan Genjūmin Kenkyū 12 (2008):85-112.

_______, Peddling Postcards and Selling Empire: Image-Making in Taiwan under Japanese Colonial Rule. Japanese Studies 30,1 (May 2010):81-110.

Liu Wei-min 劉 偉民. "The representation of the colonial image: the research of the aboriginal postcards’ images in Japanese period." Doctoral Dissertation, National Chenggong University, Department of Art. 碩士論文--國立成功大學藝術研究所. 2005.

Yamaji Katsuhiko. 'Ehagaki no minzokushi, aruiwa shokuminchi no hyōjō: kōminka jidai, senkakusha no egaita Taiwan Tsuouzoku no jigazō' [Picture-postcard ethnography and Colonial Representations: Self-Images of the Taiwan Tsou People as Depicted by a Visionary during the Imperialization Era]. Taiwan Genjūmin kenkyū [Studies on Indigenous Peoples of Taiwan] 13 (2009):76-93.

Russo-Japanese War:

Dower, John. MIT Visualizing Cultures. "Asia Rising: Japanese Postcards of the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905)." http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/21f/21f.027/asia_rising/index.html

Kōgo Eriko. 向後恵里子. 'Nihon ehagaki: Nichiro sensōki ni okeru ehagaki buumu to suisaiga buumu o megutte' [Japanese Picture Postcards: On the Watercolor Painting and Picture Postcard Booms of the Russo-Japanese War Period]. Waseda Daigaku kyōiku-bu Gakujutsu kenkyū 58 (February 2010):59-90.

_______. 'Teishinshō hakkō Nichiro seneki kinen ehagaki: sono jissō to igi' [Ministry of Telegraphs and Posts Commemorative Battle Postcards of the Russo-Japanese War: On their Empirical Status and Significance] 逓信省発行日露戦役紀念絵葉書―その実相と意義―. Bijutsushi kenkyū 美術史研究 41 (2003):103-142.

Miura Yasuyuki 三浦泰之. '1900 nendai kara 1920 nendai no ehagaki arubamu kō' [On a Picture Postcard Album from the 1900-1920 Era]. Hokkaidō Kaitaku kinenkan kenkyū kiyō [Bulletin of the Historical Museum of Hokkaido] 37 (2009): 129-164.

Sharf, Frederic A., Anne Nishimura Morse and Sebastian Dobson. A Much Recorded War: The Russo-Japanese War in History and Imagery. Boston: MFA Publications, a division of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2005.

China and Manchukuo:

Kishi Toshihiko (2010): Manshūkoku no bijuaru-media: Postā, ehagaki, kitte [Colonial Manchuria's visual media: Posters, pictorial postcards, postal stamps]. Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan.

Mōri Yasuhide 毛利康秀. 'Ehagaki kenkyūshi kara mita Harubin ehagaki no ichizuke to Dejitaru aakaibuka no igi' [The Place of Harbin Picture Postcards viewed from Postcard Historiography and the Significance of Digitization of Archives]. Nihon Daigaku bunrigaku-bu jōhō kagaku kenkyūjo nenji kenkyū hōkokusho 8 (2009);55-64.

Politzer, Eric, 'To Look at Flowers while Riding an Iron Horse: Some Railway Depots of North China,' Image File: A Journal from the Curt Teich Postcard Archives, Lake County Discovery Museum, 13:1 (2002): 3-7.

Japanese Postcards:

Satō Kenji, 'Postcards in Japan: A Historical Sociology of a Forgotten Culture,' International Journal of Japanese Sociology 11:1 (November 2002):41.

_______, 'Ehagaki no naka no jinruigaku' [Anthropology in Picture Postcards] in Yamashita Shinji, ed., Kankō jinruigaku [Touristic Anthropology]. Tokyo: Shin'yōsha, 1996, 45-53.

Tanabe Motoki 田邊幹. 'Media toshite no ehagaki' [The Meaning of Postcards as Media] メディアとしての絵葉書. Niigata kenritsu rekishi hakubutsukan kenkyū kiyō 3 (2002):73-83.

_______. 'Kindai Nihonjin no Higashi Ajia, Nan'yō shotō e no "manazashi": ehagaki no rekishiteki kachi no "ibunka" hyōshō' [The Japanese "Views" to the People of East Asia and Micronesia: Archives Importance and the Other Race Representation, in the Japanese Picture Postcards]. Kokuritsu rekishi minzoku hakubutsukan kenkyū hōkoku 140 (March 2008):117-164.

Postcard Research:

Albers, Patricia. 'Symbols, Souvenirs, and Sentiments: Postcard Imagery of Plains Indians, 1898-1918’ in C. Geary and Virginia-Lee Webb, eds., Delivering Views:Distant Cultures in Early Postcards.Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution, 65-89.

Banta, Melissa. ' Photographic Encounters in the Philippines, 1898-1910.' IIAS Newsletter 44 (2007):14-15.

Fraser, John, 'Propaganda on the Picture Postcard,' The Oxford Art Journal(October, 1980): 39-47.

Geary, Christraud M. 'Different Visions? Postcards from Africa by European and African Photographers and Sponsors', in C. Geary and Virginia-Lee Webb, eds., Delivering Views:Distant Cultures in Early Postcards.Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution. pp. 147-178.

Hoskins, Janet. 'Postcards from the Edge of Empire: Images and Messages from French Indochina.' IIAS Newsletter 44 (2007):16-17.

Mathur, Saloni. "Wanted Native Views: Collecting Colonial Postcards of India." In Gender Sexuality and Colonial Modernities, ed. Antoinette Burton, 95-116. Florence, KY, USA: Routledge, 1999.

Webb, Virginia-Lee, 'Transformed Images: Photographers and Postcards from the Pacific Islands', in Christaud M. Geary and Virginia-Lee Webb, eds., Delivering Views:Distant Cultures in Early Postcards. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution, 115-45.

Woody, Howard. 'International Postcards: Their History, Production and Distribution (circa 1895 to 1915)', in Christaud M. Geary and Virginia-Lee Webb, eds., Delivering Views: Distant Cultures in Early Postcards. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution, 13-46.