Kosen Takahashi

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National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum (NAPAWF) featured Takashashi on their Facebook feed June 19, 2019. "June is both Pride and Immigrant Heritage Month. Today we are highlighting Kosen Takahashi, a queer Issei illustrator for a Japanese newspaper in San Francisco around the turn of the 20th century." Highlights, Japanese American, Japanese, Asian, Century, Writer, Heritage Month, Women's, Heritage
June is both Pride and Immigrant Heritage Month. Today we are highlighting Kosen Takahashi, a queer - napawf
National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum (NAPAWF) featured Takashashi on their Facebook feed June 19, 2019. "June is both Pride and Immigrant Heritage Month. Today we are highlighting Kosen Takahashi, a queer Issei illustrator for a Japanese newspaper in San Francisco around the turn of the 20th century."
From the first number of the The Twilight, text by Yone Noguchi, artwork by Kosen Takahashi, published in San Francisco May 1898. The poem is reprinted in Noguchi's The Summer Cloud (1906): THOU, UNHEARD SONGSTER Thou, unheard songster—star with the silent song through the Vast! O, despair not of to-morrow dawn!—those cold mortals forget thy divine beauty. Twilight Saga, Summer, Film Posters, Songs, Silent, Poem, Divine, Despair, Noguchi
From the first number of the The Twilight, text by Yone Noguchi, artwork by Kosen Takahashi, published in San Francisco May 1898. The poem is reprinted in Noguchi's The Summer Cloud (1906): THOU, UNHEARD SONGSTER Thou, unheard songster—star with the silent song through the Vast! O, despair not of to-morrow dawn!—those cold mortals forget thy divine beauty.
"The screens may not prevent amused rubbernecks' from witnessing the first trouble with the chop sticks."—An Impression by Kosen Takahashi. From The New York Morning Telegraph, 28 June 1903. Sayings, York, Using Chopsticks, The Man, Sticks, Ecard Meme, Screens, Custom
"The screens may not prevent amused rubbernecks' from witnessing the first trouble with the chop sticks."—An Impression by Kosen Takahashi. From The New York Morning Telegraph, 28 June 1903.
Calisphere: Letter from Kosen Takahashi to Blanche Partington, March 29, 1899. In Writing, Online Archive, March, Photographer, Bancroft, Letter, Letter Paper, Lettering
Letter from Kosen Takahashi to Blanche Partington with photograph
Calisphere: Letter from Kosen Takahashi to Blanche Partington, March 29, 1899.
Illustration by Kosen Takahashi, “Japanese Embroidery”, St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat, Feb. 28, 1904, 10. Japanese Embroidery, Japanese Language, Exhibition, American Artists, Vintage World Maps, Cartoonist
“Japanese Embroidery”, Pg. 10 of St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat, Feb. 28, 1904
Illustration by Kosen Takahashi, “Japanese Embroidery”, St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat, Feb. 28, 1904, 10.