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Two unit exchange votive slip with double-line border: first/early Autumn scene with three [dogs] playing beneath green-leafed, snow-laden branches Two unit exchange votive slip with double-line border: first/early Autumn scene with three [dogs] playing beneath green-leafed, snow-laden branches

Gertrude Bass Warner Collection of Japanese Votive Slips (n_satsu), 1850s to 1930s

Published by Center for Asian Pacific Studies, University of Oregon
The University of Oregon Libraries holds the only known collection of Japanese shrine and temple votive slips (n_satsu) in North America. Collected from 1910 to around 1925, the�n_satsu�images in the University of Oregon�s collection cover a wide range of themes and topics including landscapes; depictions of figures from Edo-period popular fiction and theatre; shrines and temples; seasonal celebrations; mythical creatures; firefighters; Japanese toys and collectibles; and prints showing the activities of the�n_satsu-kai�[exchange clubs] members themselves.
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