img Douglas Fairbanks meeting Sessue Hayakawa, Sojin Kamiyama, and Hiroaki [?] (ddr-njpa-1-392)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "1. Douglas [Fairbanks] happily meeting Sessue, Sojin, and Hiroaki for the first time in a long while after they came to meet the Belgenland. (From right, Director Fleming, Hiroaki, Sojin, Douglas, Sessue)."
img Victor Fleming, Sojin Kamiyama, Douglas Fairbanks, and Sessue Hayakawa waving on the deck of a ship (ddr-njpa-1-391)
Caption on reverse [translation]: Popular Man of the Movie World Douglas Comes to Japan. The cruise ship the Bergenland pulled into Yokohama at 11 a.m. on the 21st carrying the party of King of the Screen Douglas [Fairbanks] and famous director Victor Fleming for a great welcome including [illegible] Hiroaki, Sessue Hayakawa, and Sojin Kamiyama ...
img Kunihiko Nanbu and his wife waving (ddr-njpa-4-1358)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Mr. & Mrs. Kunihiko Nanbu return home. Nanbu, who worked with Sojin Kamiyama in the movie 'Thief of Baghdad,' returned home with his loving wife Takane, who is known as 'Madam Butterfly' at the Philadelphia Grand Opera, by the ship Wilson, which left Honolulu on the 28th. They returned home after an interval of ten years. Nanbu has not acted since 'Thief of Baghdad,' but Mrs. Takane is known as a most popular dramatic soprano. After the disaster occurred she joined the Tensho team and went to America. During her training she married Nanbu, but she kept training under; however, she appeared at the Philadelphia Grand Opera as a result of her efforts. She received much applause for her performances, especially 'Butterfly.' She was good in Oriental plays. The photo is Mr. & Mrs. Nanbu, who landed at Yokohama today."