Portrait of Hatsutara Tamura


Portrait of Hatsutara Tamura


Portrait of Hatsutara Tamura, Pacific University Class of 1876, who became the principal of a female seminary. After graduating from Pacific, he traveled to California to attend the state university; however, due a recent tuition raise, he changed his mind and went to New York. There, he met the head master of a school called St. Clement's Hall and was offered a teaching position. Eventually, he returned to Japan and further pursued his career in education, which included tenures as a professor of English and Physics in Osaka and as director of a middle school in Hamamatsu, Japan.
[back] Tamura teacher in Gov. school Tanuera students and alumni

Date Created

circa 1875





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