Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
FOUND IN: Harvard University Archives / Collection: The Henry Chauncey Collection of film and photographs from the Harvard baseball team's tour of Japan / Series: Film reelsItem — Box: 2, Reel: 8Identifier: HUM 187
Scope and Contents: Twleve minutes and twenty-five seconds of footage shows the Harvard baseball team members, staff, and their female guests visiting various places in Japan, including parks, such as Nara Park, and a temple. Also shows a crowd of mostly Japanese people bidding farewell to the Harvard team. Additionally, footage shows a baseball trophy ceremony between the Harvard University and Keio teams, and footage of baseball practices and games.
[Untitled],  Digital
FOUND IN: Harvard University Archives / Collection: The Henry Chauncey Collection of film and photographs from the Harvard baseball team's tour of Japan / Series: Film reelsItem — Box: 2, Reel: 4Identifier: HUM 187
Scope and Contents: Nine minutes and forty-five seconds of footage includes scenes aboard the S.S. Taiyo Maru. Baseball footage shows a marching band, as well as players from the United States and Japanese teams from Keio and Waseda Universities. Other footage shows an airplane flying in the sky, and scattered throughout the footage are several text slides with Japanese characters and some English words.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUG 4872.1010
Overview: Langdon Warner (1881-1955) was a curator of Far Eastern Art at Harvard University's Fogg Art Museum from 1923 to 1950, and was an advisor to the United States military on Far Eastern shrines and art centers in World War II. The Langdon Warner personal archive documents Warner's career as a curator, art historian, and lecturer and illustrates his roles as an authority on Asian art and culture, especially on Japanese and Chinese art and culture. The collection provides a view of United States'...