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Ricksha's line up outside the American Red Cross Banker's Club in Tokyo

Ricksha's line up outside the American Red Cross Banker's Club, a popular G.I. recreation center, to take sightseers to the various points of interest in Tokyo, Japan. From: From: Scrapbook presented to Postmaster General Robert E. Hannegan on the occasion of his visit to General Headquarters U. S. Army Forces, Pacific in Tokyo, Japan, July 1946.

This modern office building, facing the Imperial Palace moat, is headquarters for General MacArthur and his staff in Tokyo

This modern office building, facing the Imperial Palace moat, is headquarters for General Douglas MacArthur and his staff in Tokyo. From a Scrapbook presented to Postmaster General Robert E. Hannegan on the occasion of his visit to General Headquarters, U. S. Army Forces, Pacific, in Tokyo, Japan, July 1946. (These photographs have also been reproduced in 8x10 size and are placed in the regular photo boxes.)

Snapshot of a field of grass with an unidentified commercial building in the background

Snapshot of a field of grass with an unidentified commercial building in the background. The photo is from the James E. Webb papers, and it is concluded that the series of snapshots numbered 97-1653 through 97-1727 are of places he had visited and his relatives or acquaintances. Each includes an original snapshot size negative and is on a contact sheet of three pictures a page.