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Year: 1900-1941

The First Japanese Newspaper “Japanese American Commercial Weekly”

Founded in 1900, the Nichibei Shūhō was the first long-running Japanese newspaper issued in New York. It continued ...

Source: Stanford University Hoover Institution

Published 03/20/2021

Media

Year: 1902

Article about Japanese in New York in the early 20th Century

This is an article about the information of Japanese people lived in New York in 1902. Approximately 1,000 people l...

Source: Provided by Yomiuri Shimbun

Published 03/15/2021

Politics / Diplomacy

Year: 5/19/1904

Offer of Japanese Bonds and Market Quotations (Korekiyo Takahashi, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan, on a Business Trip Abroad), Vol. 1

These documents from February 1903, just prior to the Russo-Japanese War of 1904, relate to the offer of Japanese b...

Source: Japan Center for Asian Historical Record

Published 08/18/2021

Media

Year: 1904-1941

Nyū Yōku Shinpō

The Nyū Yōku Shinpō was first published in 1904 as Nyū Yōku Jihō. The first issue after the name change was publish...

Source: Stanford University Hoover Institution

Published 03/20/2021

Culture & Sports

Year: 1904

Japanese acrobats

From the Library of Congress: “An Oriental man and boy walk on a stage with a painted backdrop of a garden or park,...

Source: Library of Congress

Published 03/15/2021

Science

Year: 1904-2001

George R. Nagamatsu

Dr. George Nagamatsu was born in Seattle, Washington in 1904. He graduated from Washington University Engineering S...

Source: Engineering & Urology Society

Published 03/15/2021

Business

Year: 1905

The Nippon Club

The Nippon Club was founded in New York City in 1905 and continues its activities now at Nippon Club Tower, 145 Wes...

Source: The Nippon Club

Published 03/15/2021

Politics / Diplomacy

Year: 1905

Japanese & Russian Delegates Depart NY for the Portsmouth Peace Conference

The Treaty of Portsmouth ended the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05. At the invitation of President Theodore Roosevelt...

Source: Library of Congres

Published 03/15/2021

Media

Year: 11/11/1907

The oldest article believed to be written by Asahi Shimbun’s New York correspondent

The article from November 1907 is believed to be the oldest article written by a New York correspondent. It reports...

Source: The Asahi Shimbun Company

Published 03/20/2021

Politics / Diplomacy

Year: 1907

Reception in Honor of General Baron T. Kuroki

The Consulate General of Japan in New York organized a reception to welcome General Baron Tamemoto Kuroki of the Im...

Source: Library of Congress

Published 03/15/2021

Others

Year: 1908

Japan in New York

This book seeks to “give a brief history of the organization of each Japanese institution, agency, store and the in...

Source: Library of Congress

Published 03/15/2021

Media

Year: 1910-1912

The First Foreign Public Relations Magazine

The Oriental Review is an English-language magazine first published in 1910, and the Japanese title was renamed to ...

Source: The New York Public Library

Published 03/20/2021