Jean Herring Loomis Frame collection
Scope and Contents
The Jean Herring Loomis Frame collection consists of photographs from a trip she took to Japan and Asia circa 1919-1922. The photos of Japan are primarily of Nikko with a few of Kyoto. Some of the photographs are identified and include Miyajima Gate, Yomeimon Great Gate, Ieyasu Temple, Shinobadzu Pond at Uyeno, Bronze Gate and Tomb of Ieyasu, Karmon Gate, Yasaka Pagoda at Kyoto, Daibatsu at Kamakura, Karamon Ieyasu Temple, Mount Fuji, Kiyomidzu Temple in Kyoto, and Nagoya Castle. Other images include street scenes and temples. There is also a souvenir booklet with photographs of Mount Fuji. There are unidentified photographs as well that are possibly from other areas of Asia.
Other photographs include Egypt, and images from Israel and Palestine including a synagogue in Jerusalem, the Sea of Galilee, a street scene, and shepherds.
- circa 1919-1922
- Frame, Jean Herring Loomis (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Permission to publish material from this collection must be obtained from University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.
Jean Herring Loomis Frame is the mother of Dr. J. Sutherland Frame, a professor of Math at Michigan State University.
0.1 Cubic Feet (, 6 folders)
Language of Materials
Copyright: Donor(s) have transferred any applicable copyright to Michigan State University but the collection may contain third-party materials for which copyright was not transferred. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Property Rights: Michigan State University
- Jean Herring Loomis Frame Collection
- 4 Published And Cataloged
- D. Palazzola
- August 2006
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- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.