AN OFFICIAL GUIDE TO EASTERN ASIA - TRANS-CONTINENTAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA [VOLUME I: MANCHURIA & CHŌSEN AND VOLUME II: SOUTH-WESTERN JAPAN] [OWNED BY GERTRUDE EMERSON]. The Imperial Japanese Government Railways, Gertrude Emerson.
AN OFFICIAL GUIDE TO EASTERN ASIA - TRANS-CONTINENTAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA [VOLUME I: MANCHURIA & CHŌSEN AND VOLUME II: SOUTH-WESTERN JAPAN] [OWNED BY GERTRUDE EMERSON]
AN OFFICIAL GUIDE TO EASTERN ASIA - TRANS-CONTINENTAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA [VOLUME I: MANCHURIA & CHŌSEN AND VOLUME II: SOUTH-WESTERN JAPAN] [OWNED BY GERTRUDE EMERSON]
AN OFFICIAL GUIDE TO EASTERN ASIA - TRANS-CONTINENTAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA [VOLUME I: MANCHURIA & CHŌSEN AND VOLUME II: SOUTH-WESTERN JAPAN] [OWNED BY GERTRUDE EMERSON]
AN OFFICIAL GUIDE TO EASTERN ASIA - TRANS-CONTINENTAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA [VOLUME I: MANCHURIA & CHŌSEN AND VOLUME II: SOUTH-WESTERN JAPAN] [OWNED BY GERTRUDE EMERSON]

AN OFFICIAL GUIDE TO EASTERN ASIA - TRANS-CONTINENTAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA [VOLUME I: MANCHURIA & CHŌSEN AND VOLUME II: SOUTH-WESTERN JAPAN] [OWNED BY GERTRUDE EMERSON]

Tokyo, Japan: The Imperial Japanese Government Railways, 1913-1914. First Editions. 10mos., 2 volumes; G+; bound in publisher's burgundy cloth, gilt lettering; top edges of text blocks gilt; mild rubbing and fraying, including creases to spine, wear to head and tail of spine; volume 1 illustrated with 17 color folding maps, numerous black and white plates, a folding map in rear pastedown pocket, and maps pasted to endpapers; volume 2 illustrated with a color reproduction of woodcut by Shimbi Shoin, 15 color maps (including 10 folding), black and white plates, and maps pasted to endpapers; volume one leaf 207/208 and accompanying map loose but present, gutter visible; volume 2 title page through vi loose but present; small bookseller sticker to front pastedown of volume 1; with ownership name on title pages of Gertrude Emerson; shelved case 9.

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Gertrude Emerson Sen (1890-1982) was an early 20th-century expert on Asia and a founding member of the Society of Woman Geographers. After teaching English in Japan, Sen returned to the United States to become the editor of Asia magazine. In 1920 she undertook a round-the-world expedition which included stunt flying and caving. [wikipedia]