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Featured Education book – “Shakai e no tabi”

In September 2015, we began digitizing the education books in the Prange Collection.  We’ll share interesting educational materials with you as the scanning project progresses.  A list of posts in this series can be found here.    “Shakai e no tabi” (Nara-shi: Nara Bunko, 1947) is a three volume set of social science textbooks edited by Nara […]

Featured Education book – Zenkoku koto gakko senmon gakko koka, ryokashu

In September 2015, we began digitizing the education books in the Prange Collection.  We’ll share interesting educational materials with you as the scanning project progresses.  A list of posts in this series can be found here.    “Zenkoku koto gakko senmon gakko koka, ryokashu” (Tokyo: Kinkyojuku, 1946) is a compilation of school songs (Call No. 430-0020). Some […]

Featured Education book – Hokkaido no shakaika kyoiku

In September 2015, we began digitizing the education books in the Prange Collection.  We’ll share interesting educational materials with you as the scanning project progresses.  A list of posts in this series can be found here.  When a Prange staff member was preparing “Hokkaido no shakaika kyoiku [北海道の社會科敎育]” (Call No. 411-0044) for digitization, one page caught […]

Featured Education book – rosters

In September 2015, we began scanning the education books.  We’ll share with you interesting educational materials as the scanning project progresses.   There are approximately 40 rosters within the education books (as of January 2016). These rosters, particularly from small organizations, may well be unique to the Prange Collection. See below for some examples. They are […]

Featured Education book – “Soritsu sanjushunen kinen dosokai meibo”

In September 2015, we began scanning the Prange Collection education books.  We’ll share with you interesting educational materials as the scanning project progresses.   Publishers were informed by the Civil Censorship Detachment (CCD) that no indication of censorship could appear in their publications. There could be no blackened-out print, no blank spaces, no pasted-over areas, no […]