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Portrait of Prince Morimasa, circa 1909Prince Morimasa and his wife Itsuko Nabeshima at the Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain, early 1909
Portrait of Prince Morimasa, circa 1909Prince Morimasa and his wife Itsuko Nabeshima at the Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain, early 1909
Prince Morimasa at Emperor TaishoPrincess Masako, Prince Morimasa, Princess Itsuko, and Princess Noriko, Tokyo, Japan, 8 Dec 1918
Prince Morimasa at Emperor Taisho's first harvest festival, Three Palace Sanctuaries, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, 23 Nov 1915Princess Masako, Prince Morimasa, Princess Itsuko, and Princess Noriko, Tokyo, Japan, 8 Dec 1918
Portrait of Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, circa 1920Prince Morimasa, Princess Itsuko, and Princess Masako, Japan, circa 1920
Portrait of Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, circa 1920Prince Morimasa, Princess Itsuko, and Princess Masako, Japan, circa 1920
Portrait of Japanese and Korean princes and princesses, 1920sPortrait of Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, circa mid-1920s
Portrait of Japanese and Korean princes and princesses, 1920sPortrait of Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, circa mid-1920s
Prince Yi U, Yi Kang, Prince Yi Un, Princess Yi Masako, Princess Deokhye, Princess Nashimoto, and Prince Nashimoto at Kobe, Japan, circa 9 Apr 1928, upon Prince Yi UnPrince Morimasa of Nashimoto, 1932
Prince Yi U, Yi Kang, Prince Yi Un, Princess Yi Masako, Princess Deokhye, Princess Nashimoto, and Prince Nashimoto at Kobe, Japan, circa 9 Apr 1928, upon Prince Yi Un's return to Asia from EuropePrince Morimasa of Nashimoto, 1932
Portrait of Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, circa 1935Toyama Prefecture Tatsuru Saito and Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, 1935
Portrait of Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, circa 1935Toyama Prefecture Tatsuru Saito and Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, 1935
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