East Asia Postcard Collection

 

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Mt. Fuji (12,385 ft. high) has been so familiar in the world as the symbole of Japan that the mountain has been seen in the pictures and the paintings and the name has been in the poems and the folk songs for a long time. This mountain was born in many thousand years ago and the beautiful shape now seen was built up after hundreds of erupsions [sic] between the original peaks. Ko-Mitake and Hoei-Zan.

Postmark Date

1962-04-24

Sender

Bob Becker [Japan]

Recipient

Mother McShane [San Diego, California]

Language of Message

English

Language of Postcard

English, Japanese

Image File Location

P:\Archives\SDCW Postcard Collection\Asia\Japan-09B.jpg

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377 KB

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Keywords

Fuji, Mount (Japan), Aerial views, Volcanoes

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