Portrait of Hatsutara Tamura


Portrait of Hatsutara Tamura


Portrait of Hatsutara Tamura, graduate of Pacific University. He was born in Japan in 1854. After leaving Pacific, he travelled to the east coast and taught at St. Clement's Hall in Ellicott City, Maryland. 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.
[Front] Shuster & Davidson, Portland, Oregon; [Back] [handwritten] H. Tamra A. B. Hamaniate Japan.; [typed] Pacific University Library, Forest Grove, Oregon; Shuster & Davidson, Cor. 1st & Yamhill. Portland, Oregon.; [handwritten] Students and alumni S-T, Pacific University and Tualatin Academy 1870-1876; [typed] Duplicates of this picture can be had at any time.

Date Created

circa 1870s


gelatin silver prints






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