The Kyoto University Museum collection: Glass Film Plate Photographs about Field Research on Okinawa, 1932.
Records of field researches about the ruins of the Sachihija shell midden, Ryukyu tiles, Ryukyu magatamas (comma-shaped beads) by the Laboratory of Archaeology, Kyoto Imperial University in June 1932. The collection also include group photographs taken in a visit to Okinawa and Kyushu by the Laboratory of Japanese History at the university in October 1932. The photographs in the former records are supposed to be by a lecturer Sadahiko Shimada at Faculty of Letters, Kyoto Imperial University, and a part of the photographs were used in his articles. These valuable materials show Okinawa in the beginning of Showa period.
- [Name of Creator(s)] Sadahiko Shimada; Laboratory of Archaeology, Kyoto Imperial University (hosted by the Kyoto University Museum)
- [Date] 1932
- [Archivist and Date] 2017
- [Extent] 92 glass film plates
- [Existence and Location of Copies] 100 metadata records
- [Finding Aid (Peek)] https://peek.rra.museum.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ark:/62587/ar22889.22889?ln=en