TABLE OF CONTENTS



Overview of the Collection

Biography

Scope and Content Note

Organization

Restrictions

Selected Search Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series/Container List

Series 1: Yatsuhashi Harumichi Papers 1912-1965, n.d.

Series 2: Other family members

Series 3: Photographs, 1907 –1976, n.d.

Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family Papers

A Findng Aid to Their Papers at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of Art Archives



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    Smithsonian Institution
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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family
Title: Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family Papers
Dates: 1907-1976
Quantity: 8.25 linear feet
Abstract: The Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family Papers (1906-1976) document the professional and personal lives of a Japanese-American family in Boston during the twentieth century. The patriarch, Yatsuhashi Harumichi (1886-1982), was an influential Asian art dealer and the papers also document the professional experiences of Asian art dealers in the United States during the early and mid 20th century. Mr. Yatsuhashi worked at the antiquities firm of Yamanaka & Company before starting his own Asian antiquities shop in 1945. Included in the papers, portions in Japanese, are correspondence; catalogues relating to the Alien Property Custodian's 1944 liquidation of Yamanaka & Company's New York branch's holdings; photographs depicting art objects and shop interiors, the Yatsuhashi family, Yamanaka & Company, and extended family, friends, and colleagues; and items belonging to Mr. Yatsuhashi's wife, Shigeki, and some of their children.
Identification:A1994.2

Biography

1886 December 15Yatsuhashi Harumichi born in Japan
1905Yatsuhashi Harumichi graduates college in Osaka, Japan
1905Yatsuhashi Harumichi joins the antiquities firm of Yamanaka & Co.
1907Yatsuhashi Harumichi joins the Boston branch of Yamanaka & Co.
1913Yatsuhashi Harumichi and Shigeki marry
[ca. 1918 - 1919]Masao Yatsuhashi (son) born
1944Yamanaka & Company New York, Boston, and Chicago shops are seized by the Alien Property Custodian and its holdings are sold at auction
1945Yatsuhashi Harumichi and son Michio open an Asian antiquities shop in Boston
1961 Yatsuhashi Shigeki dies
1981Michio Yatsuhashi dies
1982 December 1Yatsuhashi Harumichi dies at Massachusetts General Hospital at the age of 96

Asian art dealer and merchant Yatsuhashi Harumichi (1886- 1982) was born in Tano, Japan, on December 15, 1886. Upon completion of his studies in Osaka, Mr. Yatsuhashi secured employment in the Osaka office of the prestigious Asian antiquities firm, Yamanaka & Company. (For more information about Yamanaka & Company, please see: Lawton, T. (1995). Yamanaka Sadajiro: Advocate for Asian art. Orientations, 26 (1), 80-93.) In 1907 he joined Yamanka & Company's branch office in Boston, Massachusetts, as its general manager and treasurer of the company's Asian division. Located at 424 Boylston Street, the store was a center for Chinese art, as well as for Japanese assorted goods.

In 1913 Yatsuhashi married Shigeki. They produced two sons (Michio and Masao) and two daughters (Sumiko and Kukiye). (Harumichi Yatsuhashi, Oriental art authority and Brookline resident. (1982 December 3). The Boston Globe, obituaries.)

Following the United States' entrance into World War II, the Alien Property Custodian seized the Yamanaka shops in New York, Boston, and Chicago. The holdings were sold at auction in May and June, 1944. In 1945, Yatsuhashi Harumichi and his son Michio opened their own Asian art dealership at 420 Boylston Street in Boston.

Yatsuhashi Harumichi fostered exchange between his native and adopted homelands. He was a member and officer (president in 1931) of the Japan Society of Boston beginning in 1921, an avid supporter of the Boston Marathon, and a founder of the Boston-Kyoto Sister City Foundation. (Boston Globe, 1982 December 4. )

Michio Yatsuhashi, who helped his father open the Yatsuhashi antique shop, died prematurely of cancer in 1981. One year later, Mr. Yatsuhashi died in Boston at the age of 96. He was survived by his daughters, Sumiko and Kikuye and one son, Masao.

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Scope and Content Note

The Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family Papers (1906-1976) document the professional and personal lives of a Japanese-American family in Boston during the twentieth century. The patriarch, Yatsuhashi Harumichi (1886-1982), was an influential Asian art dealer and the papers also document the professional experiences of Asian art dealers in the United States during the early and mid 20th century. Mr. Yatsuhashi worked at the antiquities firm of Yamanaka & Company before starting his own Asian antiquities shop in 1945. Included in the papers, portions in Japanese, are correspondence; catalogues relating to the Alien Property Custodian's 1944 liquidation of Yamanaka & Company's New York branch's holdings; photographs depicting art objects and shop interiors, the Yatsuhashi family; Yamanaka & Company, and extended family, friends, and colleagues; and items belonging to Mr. Yatsuhashi's wife, Shigeki, and some of their children.

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Organization

The collection has been organized into three series.

Series 1: Yatsuhashi Harumichi papers, 1912-1965, n.d.

Subseries 1.1: Biographical information, n.d.

Subseries 1.2: Correspondence, 1940-1980

Subseries 1.3: Diary, 1912

Subseries 1.4: Address book, n.d.

Subseries 1.5: Printed materials, 1919-1965, n.d.

Series 2: Other family members, 1937, 1966, n.d.

Subseries 2.1: Yatsuhashi Shigeki

Subseries 2.2: Yatsuhashi S.

Subseries 2.3: Yatsuhashi Masao

Subseries 2.4: Yatsuhashi Sumiko

Series 3: Photographs, 1907-1976, n.d.

Subseries 3.1:Still prints and portraits

Subseries 3.2: Photo albums

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access is by appointment only, Tuesday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please contact the Archives to make an appointment.

Restrictions on Use

No restrictions on use.

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Selected Search Terms

Names:
Yamanaka, Sadijirō
Yatsuhashi family
Yatsuhashi, Harumichi, 1886-1982
Subjects:
Alien property
Alien property -- New York (N.Y.)
Art dealers
Art dealers -- United States
Art dealers -- Japan
Art dealers -- Massachusetts--Boston
Japanese American families
Form and Genre:
Address books
Announcements
Books
Catalogs
Correspondence
Diaries
Photograph albums
Photographs
Sheet music
Visiting cards
Corporate Names:
Harvard University
Northeastern University
Yamanaka & Company

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family Papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gift of James Arthur Marinaccio, 1994.

Processing Information

The collection was processed by Colleen Hennessey and volunteer Suzuki Kiyoko in 1997. Additional arrangement and description by Linda Machado in 2002.

Provenance

The Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family Papers were donated the Archives by James Arthur Marinaccio in 1994.

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Description of Series/Container List

 
Series 1: Yatsuhashi Harumichi Papers  1912-1965, n.d.  (.5 lin. ft.)
This series contains items belonging to Yatsuhashi Harumichi. The series is subdivided into five subseries: biographical information; correspondence; diary; address book; and printed matter.
Subseries 1.1: Biographical information,  n.d.  
Biographical information includes handwritten notes and a visiting card.
BoxFolder
11Notes, handwritten, 2 pages, in Japanese  n.d.  
11Visiting card,  n.d.  
Subseries 1.2: Correspondence,  1940-1980  
This subseries comprises correspondence to and from Yatsuhashi Harumichi. It includes a Christmas card from Yamanaka & Co. Ltd, and correspondence with Michio Yatsuhashi.
12Correspondence,  n.d.  
Holiday card from Yamanaka & Company.
12Correspondence,  [1912?]  
Envelope addressed to Mr. H. Yatsuhashi , Brookline, Massachusetts from A. Kawano, Japan.
12Correspondence,  1940  
Letter to Michio Yatsuhashi signed "Papa" [Yatsuhashi Harumichi.]
Correspondence,  1980  
Letter addressed to "father" [Yatsuhashi Harumichi] from Michio Yatsuhashi.
Subseries 1.3: Diary,  1912  
This subseries comprises one bound, annual diary from 1912. All diary entries are in Japanese.
13Diary,  1912  
1 v. In Japanese.
Subseries 1.4: Address book,  n.d.  
This subseries consists of one bound address book. Most entries are in English, a few in Japanese, and include marginalia in Japanese.
14Address book, n.d.   
Subseries 1.5: Printed materials,  1919-1965, n.d.  
This subseries includes announcements, brochures, catalogs, a musical score, and two books.
BoxFolder
2 OS1Book,  1914  
Ko Azuma Nishikiech_, pt. 2 [In Japanese. Originally a book of Japanese illustrations, but appears as if the prints were removed from the book.]
BoxFolder
1 5Sheet music,  [1920]  
Japanese Dramatic Music. Nagauta. Echigo Jishi, vol. 3. Tokyo: The Kyoyeki Shosha. In Japanese.
16Announcement,  1931  
Reception and banquet for Prince and Princess Takamatsu, with photo enclosure.
BoxFolder
2 OS 2Program,  1940-1941  
The Japanese Chamber of Commerce of New York’s banquet in honor of the Japanese ambassador to the United States. Includes a brochure for the Japanese Chamber of Commerce of New York.
BoxFolder
1 7Publicity,   n.d.  
Yamanaka & Company. Invitation to an exhibition at the Boston branch.
17Publicity,   n.d.  
Published by Yamanaka & Company. Booklet listing Japanese and Chinese epochs.
17Publicity,   n.d.  
Yamanaka & Company, print ad for the Kyoto branch.
18-9Catalog,  1944  
Alien Property Custodian of the United States. Liquidation of the entire stock of the New York store of Yamanaka & Co., Inc. Oriental art. Part one. Two copies. One copy is annotated, probably with the selling price of individual items.
110Catalog,  1944  
Alien Property Custodian of the United States. Liquidation of the entire stock of the New York store of Yamanaka & Co., Inc. Oriental art. Part two. Annotated, probably with the selling price of individual items.
111-12Catalog,  1944  
Alien Property Custodian of the United States. Liquidation of the entire stock of the New York store of Yamanaka & Co., Inc. Oriental art. Part three. Two copies. Both copies are annotated, probably with the selling price of individual items.
113Cookbook,   [1953]  
[Lectures on home economics: Confectionery and article of food. Published by Syufu no Toma Sya]. In Japanese.
114Brochure,  [1965?]  
The Japan Society of Boston
115Announcement,  n.d.  
Senior Buckingham Hall dances.
116Catalog,  n.d  
Yamanaka & Company
 
Series 2: Other family members   (.75 lin. ft.)
This series contains items belonging to Yatsuhashi Shigeki, the wife of Yatsuhashi Harumichi, and two of their children. Subseries 2.2 comprises a notebook belonging to "Yatsuhashi S." It is possible that either Sumiko or Shigeko created the notebook. Series 2 is subdivided into three subseries.
Subseries 2.1: Yatsuhashi Shigeki,  n.d.  
Box
3Letters,  19[??]  
In Japanese, scroll format. Letter to Yatsuhashi Shigeki from her mother. Reference photocopies of both scrolls available.
Subseries 2.2: Yatsuhashi, S.    
BoxFolder
41School notebook,  n.d.  
Design project titled "Design is a Systematic Arrangement of Order and Beauty". Signed by Yatsuhashi S. [possibly either Yatsuhashi Shigeki or Sumiko.]
Subseries 2.3: Yatsuhashi Masao   
42University Records,  1937  
Includes one copy of transcript and one letter indicating Yatsuhashi’s placement on the Dean’s list at Harvard.
Subseries 2.4: Yatsuhashi Sumiko   
43Letter.  1966  
Thank you note to Yatsuhashi Sumiko from Asa S. Knowles, President of Northeastern University.
 
Series 3: Photographs,  1907 –1976, n.d.  (7 lin. ft.)
This series is subdivided into two subseries. Subseries 3.1 contains still prints and portraits. This subseries is further divided into five sections. Subseries 3.1 includes photographs of the Yatsuhashi family; their relatives, families, and colleagues; images of the Yamanaka & Co. staff; art objects; and 399 slides taken by Yatsuhashi Harumichi and Yatsuhashi Shigeki’s daughter Yatsuhashi Kikuye. This series’ second subseries comprises photograph albums. Three albums contain family photographs and two albums contain images of art objects.
Subseries 3.1: Still prints and portraits,  1907-1988, n.d.  
Subseries 3.1.1: Still prints and portraits - Yatsuhashi Harumichi Family   
An additional print of Mrs. Yatsuhashi may be found in box 9, folder 5.
BoxFolder
44Yatsuhashi Harumichi,  1907, 1913, 1968, and n.d.  
Portraits. Six items
45Yatsuhashi Harumichi,   n.d.  
Portrait by De Paola. Three prints.
BoxFolder
51-2Yatsuhashi Harumichi,  n.d.  
Portrait by De Paola. Three copies.
53Yatsuhashi Harumichi,   n.d.  
Portrait.
54Yatsuhashi Harumichi family and others,  1920.  
Inscribed, "Boston. July 8, 1920. 'Kasuga.' Commandeering captain Teraoka. Commander Baron Kamimura. Attaché Captain Uyeda."
55Yatsuhashi Harumichi family,  1934.  
Portrait of the family with unidentified individuals. 15 individuals depicted.
56Yatsuhashi Family,  n.d.  
Portrait. [Engraving in Japanese. Bungo-town Higashi-ku Osaka-city. Morita photo studio.]
57Yatsuhashi Harumichi and Yatsuhashi Shigeko,  n.d.  
Group portrait. 2 copies.
BoxFolder
61[Yatsuhashi Shigeki?],  n.d.  
Portrait.
61[Yatsuhashi Shigeki?],   n.d.  
Portrait.
61Yatsuhashi Shigeki,   n.d.  
Inscribed, “Mrs. Bernice Johnson, Mrs. H. Yatsuhashi. Traditional Japanese costume. Mrs. Y[atsuhashi] tying the obi.”
61Yatsuhashi Shigeki and unidentified women,  1965  
Inscribed, “Nov. 1965, Boston, Mass.” Color [Sumiko Yatsuhashi and two unidentified women in the Yatsuhashi’s office]
62Yatsuhashi Shigeki,  n.d.  
Portrait. Two prints.
63Yatsuhashi Shigeki and the Yatsuhashi children,  n.d.  
64Two girls [Yatsuhashi?],  n.d.  
Portrait. [Studio label in Japanese. Studio offices in New York and Providence]. Three copies of print.
64Girl [Yatsuhashi?],  n.d.  
One, out of focus, portrait of a girl [Yatsuhashi?]
65Yatsuhashi Keigo,  1919.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
65Yatsuhashi Keigo and Yatsuhashi Koto,  1919.  
Wedding portrait. Portrait by S. Katsuyagi.
65Yatsuhashi Koto,  1919.  
Bridal portrait. Portrait by S. Katsuyagi.
65Yatsuhashi Koto,  1919.  
Bridal portrait. Portrait by S. Katsuyagi.
66Yatsuhashi Kinji and Yatsuhashi Sho Chan,  1910.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
66Yatsuhashi Kinji family,  1912.  
Portrait. Six individuals depicted. Inscription in Japanese.
66Yatsuhashi Kinji and others,   1914.  
Portrait. Eight individuals depicted. Portrait by K. Yamamoto.
66Yatsuhashi Kinji and [wife?],  1919.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
67Yatsuhashi [Takanao?] family,  1937.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
67Yatsuhashi Yasushi and Yatsuhashi Takako [children of Yatsuhashi Takano?],  1937.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese. Photo by Asahi Photos.
67Yatsuhashi Takako [child of Yatsuhashi Takano?],  1937.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese. Portrait by Photographisches Kunst Atelier.
68Michio Yatsuhashi,  1956.  
Photo of an unidentified panel of men. [photograph taken by Michio Yatsuhashi?]. Inscribed, “Mar 5 – 1956. Panel B. Michio Yatsuhashi.”
Subseries 3.1.2: Still prints and portraits - Friends, relatives, colleagues, and unidentified individuals,  1907-1935, n.d.  
This subseries is arranged alphabetically, by family name. Unidentified images are placed at the end of the series. Due to size, single images of both Kichijiro Tanaka and Mori Tasaburo and wife have been housed, out of alphabetical order, in box 8.
69Aibara, Osamu,  1907.  
Portrait of Osamu Aibara. Inscribed, “To Mr. H. Yatsuhashi from Osamu Aibara. January 25th 1907.” Portrait by J.E. Purdy & Co., Boston.
69Ashizawa, Kazu,  1923.  
Portrait of girl. Inscribed, “Kazu Ashizawa. Oct. 20th 1923.” Portrait by Habewicht in San Francisco.
610Ide, Katsuko,  1914.  
Portrait of a girl. Inscribed, “Katsuko Ide. San Francisco, Cal. March, 1914.”
610Ide, Komaki & Katsuko,  1917.  
Portrait of two females. Inscribed, “To Mr. and Mrs. H. Yatsuhashi, from Komaki & Katsuko Ide. July 23, 1917.” Portrait by Moriyama in San Francisco, California.
610Ide Family,   n.d. [after 1917?].  
Portrait of two women and one man. [Komaki and Katsuko Ide and probably Mr. Ide. ]. Inscribed, “To Mr. & Mrs. Yatsuhashi.” Portrait by Moriayama in San Francisco, California.
611[Kawano Hirokichi family],  1919.  
Portrait. Inscribed in Japanese [January 8, 1919].
611Kawano Hana and Kawano Hide,  1929.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
611Kawano Hirokichi family,  1930.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
611Kawano Hirokichi family,  1935.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
612[Kawano Hirokichi family],  n.d.  
Wedding portrait. 25 individuals in portrait. Portrait by K. Mizobuchi Photo Studio.
612[Kawano Hirokichi family],  n.d.  
Wedding portrait of bride and groom. Photo by M. Tanahashi.
612[Kawano Hirokichi family],  n.d.  
Photo of 24 individuals on an altar.
612[members of Kawano Hirokichi family and others],  n.d.  
Group of children and women. Inscription in Japanese.
613Kishi Kōtarō and wife,  1917.  
Portrait. Photo by T. Kikuchi.
614Perin, Beatrice Pobb,  n.d.  
Portrait of baby. Inscribed, “Beatrice Pobb Perin. 1 year. 19 ½ pounds.”
615Shirae Shinzo ,  1912.  
Portrait. Inscription.
615Shinzo Shirae and wife,  1918.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese.
615Shirae Shinzo family,  1919  
Portrait of Shirae Kuniko. Inscription in Japanese.
615Shirae Shinzo family,  1922.  
Portrait of infant, Nobuo. Inscription in Japanese. Portrait by Koshiba Studio.
615Shirae Shinzo family,  [1922?]  
Mother and son at 100 days of age. Inscription in Japanese.
616Takiuchi, S[hogo],  1907.  
Portrait. Inscription on back, “My dear Mr. Yatsuhashi. S. Takiuchi. Dec. 1907, Houston, Texas.
616Takeuchi Shogō and Takeuchi Hiroko,  n.d.  
Portrait. Portrait by S. Wada.
BoxFolder
71Group photograph, going away party for Tasaburo Mori,  1916.  
20 individuals depicted.
71Mrs. Mori Tasaburō and daughter,  [1922].  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese, [“present to Mrs. Yatsuhashi”]. Portrait by K. Yamamota, Kyoto, Japan.
71Tasaburō, Mori with son and daughter,  1922.  
Portrait. Inscription in Japanese, [“Tasaburō Mori, Taro and Sueko I Kyoto. To Harumichi Yatsuhashi.”]. Portrait by K. Yamamota studio.
71Tasaburō Mori family,  1923.  
Inscribed in Japanese and English. Portrait by K. Yamamoto.
71Mrs. Mori Tasaburō and son,  [1930]  
Portrait of woman and baby boy. Inscription in Japanese.
71Tasaburō Mori , Tasaburō Motome , and Tasaburō Taro ,  n.d.  
Inscription in Japanese, [“To Yatsuhashi”]. Portrait by K. Yamamoto studio.
71Tasaburō Mori family,  n.d.  
Mori Tasaburō family and one unidentified male.
71Tasaburō Mori ,  n.d.  
Mori Tasaburō family and one unidentified male.
72Tsugroh Miya,  1928.  
Portrait of a baby. Inscription.
73C. Ulashiuea [?],  n.d.  
Portrait. Signed. Portrait by J.E. Purdy & Co.
74Wakabayashi family,  1919.  
Portrait. Inscription. Portrait by Elite Studios.
75Yasukura and wife,  1914.  
Portrait. Inscription on back in Japanese. Portrait by Dokuritsukey.
76Yūsaku Tanaka and Yūsaku Hideko,  1934.  
Wedding portrait. Inscription. Portrait by Takashimaya
77Unidentified couple, wedding portrait,  n.d.  
77Unidentified woman and baby,  n.d.   
Portrait by Koshiba Studio.
77Unidentified baby,   n.d.  
Portrait by Koshiba Studios.
78Unidentified couple and child,  n.d.  
Portrait. Inscription.
79Unidentified woman,  n.d.  
Portrait by R. Maruki. Two portraits.
79Unidentified women,  n.d.  
Four nurses.
710Unidentified people,  n.d.  
8 individuals on a deck.
710Unidentified,  n.d.  
Depicting a performance. Inscription.
710Unidentified,  n.d.  
Group of Westerners in a formal procession.
711Unidentified,  n.d.  
View of city, with cars and tall buildings.
711Unidentified,  n.d.  
Aerial view of city.
711Unidentified ship,   n.d.  
Three images of ship
BoxFolder
81Unidentified group,  1921.  
Mount Kouya, Kishu. Annotation in Japanese.
82Unidentified people,  n.d.  
Man and a woman on a beach.
83Unidentified location,  n.d.  
Beach.
84Kichijirō Tanaka,  1921.  
Portrait. Inscription.
85Mori Tasaburō and wife,  n.d.  
Wedding portrait.
Subseries 3.1.3: Still prints and portraits - Yamanaka & Co.   
BoxFolder
8 6Yamanaka Kichitarō,  1916.  
Portrait. Inscription.
87Yamanaka & Co.,  1917.  
17 individuals depicted. Inscription.
87Yamanaka & Co.,  n.d.  
19 men depicted. Portrait by T. Kikuchi.
88[Yamanaka & Co., Peking Branch],  n.d.  
11 individuals depicted. Portrait by S. Yamamoto.
BoxFolder
91Yamanaka Sadajirō and members of his senior staff,  ca. 1926.  
92Yamanaka Sadajirō,  1931.  
93Takamuchi Mitsui and unidentified male,  1916.  
Signed on back.
94H[?]ota S.,  1929.  
95Mrs. Yatsuhashi,  n.d.  
Subseries 3.1.4: Still prints and portraits - Art objects,  n.d.  
BoxFolder
9 6Chien Lung Vases,  n.d.  
Annotated.
96Kang H’si Vases,  n.d.  
Annotated.
97Art objects,  n.d.  
4 images, 2 annotated.
Subseries 3.1.5: Yatsuhashi Kikuye Slides, 1970-1976   
Box
10 - 1335mm slides,  1970-1976  
399 items.
Subseries 3.2: Photograph albums,  1920-1940, n.d.  
Subseries 3.2.1: Photograph albums - Yatsuhashi family photo albums, 1920-1940, n.d.   
Box
14Photograph album, 1v.,  1920 – 1935, n.d.  
Contains 184 silver prints, a few captioned and dated. Depicts family members, and vacation views taken in Washington, D.C., Martha’s Vineyard.
Box
15Photograph album, 1v.,  ca. 1930s.  
Contains 117 silver prints. Depicts family members, friends & colleagues, and vacation views, including Washington, D.C.
15Photograph album, 1v.,   [created after 1930.]  
Contains 174 silver prints. Depicts family members, friends & colleagues, Yatsuhashi's summer home, and vacation views, including Washington, D.C., and the Freer Gallery
Box
16Photograph album, 1v.,  n.d.  
Contains 5 studio portraits, not bound.
Subseries 3.2.2: Photograph albums - Photo albums of art objects, [not after 1942], n.d.   
Box
17Photograph album, 1v.,  [not after 1942].  
Contains 34 silver prints, most with captions, depicting Asian stone sculpture (sale objects)
Box
18Photograph album, 1v.,  n.d.  
Contains silver print images. 98 numbered pages [photographs have been removed from the album for preservation, original cover is housed in box 19.]
Box
19Photograph album cover,  n.d.  
Original cover for album that contained items now housed in box 19.