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Gareth Vaughan Jones Papers
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Japanese Art

Photographic reproductions of Japanese artwork depicting several birds on branches of a tree. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Ruins at Angkor

A book of detatchable postcards (24 originally, 2 removed) showing various views of the ruins at Angkor in Cambodia.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting children looking at their reflections in a large bowl of water. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting children looking at their reflections in a large bowl of water. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting Lotus flowers and a dragonfly. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting two rabbits in part of an ornamental garden. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting birds (probably the Brown Eared Bulbul) among branches of cherry blossom. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting birds ( Japanese Waxwing)) among branches of cherry blossom. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting Lotus flowers and a dragonfly. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Japanese Art

Photographic reproduction of Japanese artwork depicting flowers (Lillies) and Butterflies. Possibly collected by Gareth Vaughan Jones on his visit to Japan in 1935.

Benito Mussolini

Portrait of Benito Mussolini. Published by Compagnia Fotocelere, Turin. Posted from Rome in 1938, addressed to Miss Siriol & Master John Lewis and is signed from "Nain".