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235. Gardener.
236. Girl.
237. Performing Monkey.
238. Bamboo Grove.
239. Ozashiki or Parlor.
240. A Couple of long life.
241. Chrysanthemum.
242. ^[[Chrysanthemum dolls.]]
243. ^[[Chrysanthemum dolls.]]
244. ^[[Chrysanthemum dolls.]]
245. Dressing (Obi).
246. Girls walking in a Garden.
247. Confectioner.
248. Playing on Koto.
249. [[strikethrough]]Silk Store.[[/strikethrough]] ^[[Festival of 3rd of March.]]
250. Winter Evening.
251. [[strikethrough]] Girls at Home. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Jinrikisha]]
252. Girl.
253. [[strikethrough]] Dancing. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Wayside Resting place]]
254. Kago (Travelling Chair)
255. Visiting Ceremony.
256. Girl.
257. [[strikethrough]] [[ditto mark (for Girl)]] [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Iris Garden.]]
258. [[strikethrough]] [[ditto mark (for Girl)]] [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Musume.]]
259. Girls at Home.
260. Hardware Shop.
261. Fire Man.
262. Dressing.
263. Beggar Pilgrims.
264. [[strikethrough]] Dancing. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Group of Girls.]]
265. Performer in a Dancing of Temple.
266. Resting Kago (Travelling Chair).
267. Girl
268. Group of Corean.
269. Shell Picking.
270. " [[ditto for: Shell Picking.]]
271. [[strikethrough]] 2 Girls Standing. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Practicing]]
272. 2 Girls.
273. Girl.
274. [[strikethrough]] [[ditto mark]] [[/strikethrough]]^[[Kago travelling chair.]]
275. Fruit Shop.
276. Flower Seller.
277. Coolies.
278. Tea Picking at Shizuoka
279. Tea Manufactory.
280. Girl Playing Tsuzumi (Music).
281. 2 Girls.
282. Feast.
283. Pack Horse.
284. [[strikethrough]] Cycas Revoluta Field. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Sago palm field.]]
285. [[strikethrough]] Girls, crossing river. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Iris garden.]] 
286. Tinker.
287. Planting Rice.
288. Ono Dance.
289. Girl.
290. Buddhist Priests Dancing. 

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291. Girl.
292. Girl Work Men's Style.
293. Playing at Gekkin (Music.)
294. Bride.
295. Inside of No. 9.
296. Sudden Rain in a Street
297. Outside Resting Place.
298. Girls Showing Back Style
299. Girls Showing Side Style
300. Girl reading, on a Grass
301. Boys Playing at Kotoro (Fox & Geese).
302. Cooper. 
303. Girl Combing.
304. Business away from Home.
305. Festival Car.
306. "[[ditto for: Festival]] Dancing Car
307. Nio, Guardians of Buddhism.
308. Sumiyoshi Dancing.
309. Theatre of Olden History.
310. Tea Party.
311. Green Grocer Shop.
312. Nurse giving her Milk to Baby.
313. Wrestlers.
314. " [[ditto for: Wrestlers.]]
315. " [[ditto for: Wrestlers.]]
316. Wrestlers.
317. Wrestler.
318. " [[ditto for: Wrestler.]]
319. Girl. 
320. " [[ditto for: Girl.]]
321. Girls.
322. Wood Carving.
323. Jinrikisha with Cherry Blossoms.
324. Beggar Pilgrim.
325. Itinerant Temple.
326. Floor Mat Maker.
327. Tattoo Man.
328. Water Wheel.
329. Religious Festival of Village.
330. Old Man.
331. Tea House Girls.
332. Wayside Resting Place.
333. [[strikethrough]] Worship. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Ancestral Worship.]]
334. Bathing.
335. Girl.
336. Funeral.
337. Lady and Maid.
338. Hop Scotch.
339. Aino.
340. Dressing Hair.
341. Girl.
342. Group of No. 9 Girls.
343. " [[ditto for: Group of No. 9 Girls.]]

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