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- The "Documents on the Opening of the Port of Kobe" collection comprises materials that include the correspondence of ITO Hirobumi (the first Prime Minister and the first governor of Hyōgo Prefecture) along with administrative documents issued at the Kobe Customs House as well as those in the possession of headmen from villages near the port. Over the course of a records review conducted from FY2018 to FY2019, the Library discovered some 160 items that had already been organized from acid-free paper document boxes and wooden boxes which were stored near other boxes containing "Documents on the Opening of the Port of Kobe." All of the records in this particular collection are related to the opening of Kobe Port. However, the documents have never been included into the existing "Documents on the Opening of the Port of Kobe" collection, and hence were released for public viewing as "Supplement to the Documents on the Opening of the Port of Kobe." Furthermore, 16 of the letters in various European languages that were uncovered in FY2018 were transcribed and translated by Kobe University Graduate School of Humanities Professor Emeritus OTSURU Atsushi and made available in digital form.
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