Reel C-9336

Reel C-9336

Case File # Name Page Range
# 3357 Tsuneto Yamashita 1-69
# 3358 Yosoya Hori 70-129
# 3359 Sukegoro Mori 130-154
# 3360 Shimo Nishikawa 155-216
# 3361 Mei Matsushita 217-253
# 3362 Kinya Hinatsu 254-333
# 3363 Takeo Ahe 334-345
# 3364 Toyoji Fujiwara 346-359
# 3365 Kei Hotta 360-491
# 3366 Kazuo Wada 492-541
# 3367 Kanjiro Yoshida 541-641
# 3368 Tomihei Fujiwara 642-712
# 3369 Sanjiro Sakeguchi 712-780
# 3370 Takaaki Shigemi 781-803
# 3371 Tsugio Fukushima 804-846
# 3372 Kiyoshi Morimoto 847-856
# 3374 Soma Yamasaki 857-862
# 3375 Yuhey Matsuga 863-908
# 3376 Morinosuke Minamide 909-924
# 3377 Takeo Oikawa 925-988
# 3378 Kinu Tanaka 989-992
# 3379 Sadaki Shimoda 993-1022
# 3380 Akira Terashima 1023-1029
# 3381 Hiroshi Sakaguchi 1030-1055
# 3382 Ryu Takeno 1056-1062
# 3383 Shoichi Suzuki 1063-1116
# 3384 Eiichi Takeno 1117-1122
# 3385 Eikiohi Hayashi 1123-1156
# 3386 Haruo Takeno 1157-1162
# 3387 Kumazo Nakashiba 1163-1269
# 3388 Masao Takeno 1270-1275
# 3389 Nobuo Teshima 1276-1423
# 3390 Yae Hirata 1423-1426
# 3391 Hatsuki Murakami 1427-1477
# 3392 Yoshiharu Tanino 1478-1483
# 3393 Tsuchinosuke Sasaki 1484-1569
# 3394 Haruko Hama 1570-1577
# 3395 Hidezo Matsumoto 1578-1641
# 3396 Hisae Taguchi 1642-1646
# 3397 Inosuke Nishikawa 1647-1690
# 3398 Hirokazu Kishiuchi 1691-1695
# 3399 Yoshihiko Ikeda 1696-1744
# 3400 Aiko Minamide 1745-1751
# 3401 Yoshihiko Miyanaga 1752-1797
# 3402 Keiko Minamide 1798-1803
# 3403 Kii Miyanaga 1804-1818
# 3404 Zensaburo Shimoda 1819-1828
# 3405 Kinzaemon Taniguchi 1829-1898
# 3406 Koma Tamemoto 1899-1902
# 3407 Kikue Ito 1903-1909
# 3408 Kiyoshi Tamemoto 1910-1913
# 3409 Kichimatsu Mukaida 1914-1977
# 3410 Tadao Hashimoto 1978-1984
# 3411 Takeji Tsujita 1985-2044
# 3412 Samuel Kobayakawa 2045-2050
# 3413 Wakaichi Itaya 2051-2101
# 3414 Haruji Abe 2102-2111
# 3415 Sukezo Iwamoto 2112-2139

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Reel C-9336
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