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The following materials may be purchased for study and/or personal use: Black-and-white prints: $25 each Color prints: $35 each To place an order for…
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During the first decades of the twentieth century, the new medium of the postcard quickly replaced the traditional woodblock print as the favored tableau for contemporary Japanese images.