The Rt. Rev. John McKim, D.D., LL.D.
Bishop of North Tokyo, 1893-1934
Typical avenue of trees and temple court yard.
Fujiyama, the sacred mountain
Wakanoura, a summer resort
Statue of Buddha
A Chinaware shop. The open front is typical of older shops in Japan.
Harvesting rice in Japan.
A Church harvest-time Kindergarten for farmers' children.
House of Bishops, Nippon Sei Ko Kwai, 1934.
The Japanese House of Bishops numbers eleven members: 2 Japanese, 4 American, 4 English, 1 Canadian
The Rt. Rev. Peter Yonetaro Matsui, D.D.
Bishop of Tokyo
The Rt. Rev. John Yasutaro Naide, D.D.
Bishop of Osaka.
St. John's Church, Utsunomiya.
Widely Loving Orphanage, Osaka. Mother's Cottage.
Widely Loving Orphanage, Osaka. The Older Children.
Japanese Kindergarten teachers in the Tohoku who have been trained by our missionaries.
Widely Loving Orphanage, Osaka. Kindergarten hour.
The Rt. Rev. C. S. Reifsnider, D.D., L.H.D.
Suffragan Bishop of North Tokyo
St. Andrew's Church, Tokyo. One of the churches where a truly Japanese Christianity is developing.
All Saints' Memorial Chapel, St. Paul's University, Tokyo
Entrance, St. Paul's University, Tokyo
All Saints' Church, Parish House and Rectory, Tokyo
Interior of St. Thomas' Church, Maebashi, built from an abandoned house
National Youth's Conference, St. Paul's Church, Osaka
St. Margaret's School, Tokyo, Library of High School
Dispensary, Christ Church, Senju, with Mrs. Yamaguchi
St. Margaret's School, Tokyo, Chapel, Administration, Classroom, Auditorium, Music and Art buildings
St. Margaret's School, Tokyo. First Year class of the Primary Department
St. Luke's International Medical Center, Tokyo
"Waiting for the doctor," group in clinic waiting room, St. Luke's International Medical Center, Tokyo
Public health nurse giving demonstration in nutrition, St. Luke's International Medical Center, Tokyo
St. Barnabas' Mission, Kusatsu, St. Stephen's Home for Men
Smith Memorial Chapel, Hikone
St. Barnabas' Mission for Lepers; St. Mary's Home for Women
St. Barnabas' Mission for Lepers: Boys from St. Philip's Home
A few of the 700 Kusatsu lepers, with Miss Cornwal-Legh
The Rt. Rev. Norman S. Binsted, D.D.
Bishop of Tohoku
The Rt. Rev. Shirley H. Nichols, S. T. D.
Bishop of Tokyo
The Chancel, Grace Church, Hikone
Christ Church, Nara
St. Barnabas' Hospital, Osaka
English night school, Kyoto
Entrance, St. Agnes' School, Kyoto
Holy Trinity Church, Kaya. Congregation after dedication service, 1929
Church and Parish House, Toyama
Interior, church at Toyama
General Synod of Nippon Sei Ko Kwai and Triennial of Woman's Auxiliary, Sakai, 1932
Service in Japan's first children's chapel, Christ Church, Sendai
Synod House, Sendai
Timothy Y. Negishi, President, Brotherhood of St. Andrew in Japan
Sewing class, Hirosaki Industrial School
St. Paul's Church, Morioka
First Japanese Brotherhood Leadership Training Conference
St. James' Church and Parish Hall, Tsu. The center of a successful evangelistic community campaign.