National Geographic : 1938 Jan
WOMEN'S WORK IN JAPAN 109 Photograph by W. Robert Moore JAPAN IS AIR-MINDED IN PEACE AND WAR Planes are used for carrying mail, for advertising, and for passenger service. to take off on the regular route from Tokyo to Dairen. Modern Miss Japan acts on flights just as her elder sisters serve tea at home. This one is ready the perfect hostess Photograph by Mary A. Nourse GIRLS AT A PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL IN NAGOYA TURN JANITORS AFTER CLASSES Every afternoon a group of them may be seen scrubbing the outdoor passageways (opposite page). The regulation winter uniform is the dark-blue "Peter Thompson." This class has enlisted the aid of one of the men teachers, who is handling the hose.