Seiju Hirakawa commonplace books
Scope and Contents
This collection is comprised of the single volume commonplace book of Seiju Hirakawa. It inlcudes extracts of poetry and religious reflection on the occasion of the Hirakawa’s 50th wedding anniversary, or the “Golden Wedding Number.” Excerpts and quotations are arranged by topics, and cover topics such as friendship, teachers and pupils, self-expression, books, and pride. The volume also includes a personal reflection of marriage, presumably written by Hirakawa.
- Hirakawa, Seiju (Person)
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Seiju Hirakawa (1874-?) was born in 1874, and served as the secretary of the Japan Yearly Meeting of the American Friends Service Committee beginning in 1927. He was also an educator, working as a teacher in Japanese government schools, and eventually working as the principal of the Friends' Girls' School in Tokyo.
0.04 Linear Feet (2 volumes)
The commonplace book of Seiju Hirakawa inlcudes extracts of poetry and religious reflection on the occasion of the Hirakawa’s 50th wedding anniversary. Excerpts and quotations are arranged by topic, and cover topics such as friendship, teachers and pupils, self-expression, books, and pride. The volume also includes a personal reflection marriage, presumably written by Hirakawa.
Processed by Kara Flynn; completed December, 2015.
- Seiju Hirakawa commonplace book, undated
- Kara Flynn
- December 2015
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