ピートバンク物語 = The million dollar pig.

Pīto banku monogatari = The million dollar pig.

Format
Visual material
Language
  • Japanese
  • English
Published/​Created
  • [Japan] : [publisher not identified], [195-]
  • Tōkyō : Seisan Shuppansha ; Tokyo, Japan : Seizandoh Book Store, [195-]
  • 東京 : 聖山出版社 ; Tokyo, Japan : Seizandoh Book Store, [195-]
Description
16 sheets : color ; 27 x 38 cm

Details

Subject(s)
Donor
Former owner
Sponsoring body
協賛
Library of Congress genre
Kamishibai plays [Browse]
Series
Christian kamishibai (paper play)
Summary note
A kamishibai story about how Wilbur Chapman (1903-1977), a ten-year-old boy living in White Cloud, Kansas in the early 1910s, raised a pig and earned money to donate to the leprosy mission abroad. The back of sheet no. 13 lists addresses of Japanese and American Leprosy Missions, as well as sales information for plastic piggy banks.
Notes
  • Title from picture no. 1.
  • In publisher's light brown paper envelope (30 x 38 cm).
  • On label pasted on the envelope: "Kamishibai (paper play)"
  • Stamped on envelope: "Remember thy Creator in the days of thy youth--Eccl. 12:1" and the same verse in Japanese translation.
  • On cover (picture no. 1): "日本救癩協会協賛"
  • Stamped on envelope: "紙芝居 Christian Kamishibai (Paper Play)"
  • Address of Seizandoh Book Store (聖山堂) in English and Japanese stamped on envelope.
Language note
In English and Japanese.
Source acquisition
Gift; Fred G. Notehelfer, son of J. Karl Notehelfer; 20140407.
Other title(s)
  • Million dollar pig
  • Story of Pete Bank
  • 小豚物語
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