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View of Tainan, Taiwan, 1934Architectural plans for the exterior of Taihoku General Government Building of Taiwan by Uheiji Nagano, circa 1906
View of Tainan, Taiwan, 1934Architectural plans for the exterior of Taihoku General Government Building of Taiwan by Uheiji Nagano, circa 1906
Architectural plans for the interior of Taihoku General Government Building of Taiwan by Uheiji Nagano, circa 1906Architectural plans for the interior of Taihoku General Government Building of Taiwan by Matsunosuke Moriyama, circa 1910
Architectural plans for the interior of Taihoku General Government Building of Taiwan by Uheiji Nagano, circa 1906Architectural plans for the interior of Taihoku General Government Building of Taiwan by Matsunosuke Moriyama, circa 1910
Taihoku General Government Building, under construction, Taiwan, circa 1917-1918Lin Hsiung-cheng (right-most in front row) with Taiwanese and Japanese officials and businessmen at the Taihoku General Government Building, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown
Taihoku General Government Building, under construction, Taiwan, circa 1917-1918Lin Hsiung-cheng (right-most in front row) with Taiwanese and Japanese officials and businessmen at the Taihoku General Government Building, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown
Taihoku General Government Buliding, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknownThe entrance of the headquarters of 2nd Taiwan Infantry Brigade of the Japanese Taiwan Army, circa 1920
Taihoku General Government Buliding, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknownThe entrance of the headquarters of 2nd Taiwan Infantry Brigade of the Japanese Taiwan Army, circa 1920
The entrance of the headquarters of the Kiirun Heavy Artillery Brigade of the Japanese Taiwan Army, Kiirun, Taiwan, circa 1920The entrance of the headquarters of the Mountain Artillery Brigade of the Japanese Taiwan Army, Taihoku, Taiwan, circa 1920
The entrance of the headquarters of the Kiirun Heavy Artillery Brigade of the Japanese Taiwan Army, Kiirun, Taiwan, circa 1920The entrance of the headquarters of the Mountain Artillery Brigade of the Japanese Taiwan Army, Taihoku, Taiwan, circa 1920
Taihoku General Government Building, Taiwan, 1923Battleship Kongo at Takao (Kaohsiung), Taiwan during Crown Prince Hirohito
Taihoku General Government Building, Taiwan, 1923Battleship Kongo at Takao (Kaohsiung), Taiwan during Crown Prince Hirohito's visit, Apr 1923
Kaba-class destroyers with all hands on the rails to welcome Crown Prince Hirohito, Takao harbor, Taiwan, Apr 1923Civilians gathering for Crown Prince Hirohito
Kaba-class destroyers with all hands on the rails to welcome Crown Prince Hirohito, Takao harbor, Taiwan, Apr 1923Civilians gathering for Crown Prince Hirohito's visit, near Taihoku rail station, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923
Crown Prince Hirohito arriving at Kirun, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito at Taihoku (Taipei) Station, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923
Crown Prince Hirohito arriving at Kirun, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito at Taihoku (Taipei) Station, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923
Crown Prince Hirohito at Taihoku Station, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito in Kiirun (now Keelung), Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923; the building at left of photo was the post office
Crown Prince Hirohito at Taihoku Station, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito in Kiirun (now Keelung), Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923; the building at left of photo was the post office
Crown Prince HirohitoMilitary marching band playing on the occasion of Crown Prince Hirohito
Crown Prince Hirohito's personal train, Taihoku, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923Military marching band playing on the occasion of Crown Prince Hirohito's visit to Taiwan, Kirun, Taiwan, 16 Apr 1923

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