Lew Chew Costumes, Middle Class
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This lithograph features the typical middle class dress of the Okinawans. Dress of the young and old is depicted. A stone bridge is in the background.
I have recorded two different versions of the picture in this lithograph. I call this one Type I. To see the differences between Type I and II, click here.
Portrait (vertical) format.
The lettering reads:
- Dag and drawn by E. Brown, Jr Land by Heine
- Ackerman Lith., 379 Broadway, N.Y.
- LEW CHEW COSTUMES, MIDDLE CLASS
Left edge (binding edge) is ragged. Large (faint) toning spots in the image area at to the left of the bearded man.
Paper thickness is 8+mm.
Page Size (cm): 22.7x29cm
Image Size (cm): Width-16.7, Height-22.8, Diagonal-28.4
Attribution: This lithograph has been positively confirmed to be from the Beverley Tucker, Senate Printing (1856), of the Narrative.
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