Taihei Elementary School - 1927 Photo
 


 

The United States and Japan exchanged dolls in 1927 for the purpose of friendship. A Blue-eyed Doll also came to Taihei Elementary School.

Hung up above the stage are the words, "We all welcome you." Now only the photo remains.

The girls appear in Japanese-style pleated skirts. There are also children who are wearing tabi socks.  Many of the boys are dressed in Western clothes.


This is an English translation of a Japanese web page.
Special thanks to Taihei Elementary School for permission to publish this web page.

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