Japanese policemen standing by a traffic control post in 1945, shortly after Japan's surrender. Location is probably Tokyo. This image, and those below, are from original 35-mm Kodachrome transparencies, photographed by Lieutenant Howard W. Whalen, USNR, of USS Sanborn (APA-193) (NH 104428-KN).
Bomb damage in either Tokyo or Yokohama. Note the unscathed safe in the left center foreground (NH 104439-KN).
Street scene, probably in a relatively undamaged district of Tokyo (NH 104429-KN).
Boy on stilts in a commercial area, probably in Tokyo (NH 104432-KN).
Commercial thoroughfare, likely in Tokyo. Note military jeep at right (NH 104435-KN).
U.S. Navy sailors and local residents on a Japanese street, probably in Tokyo (NH 104438-KN).
Japanese woman in traditional garb with her children, probably Tokyo (NH 104433-KN).
A Japanese policeman, likely in Tokyo. Note the demobilized soldier at right (NH 104431-KN).
Bomb devastation in Yokohama or Tokyo (KN 104426-KN).
Lobby entrance of Tokyo's New Imperial Hotel, originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, in use by U.S. occupation forces (NH 104437-KN).
U.S. naval and female Army officers outside the New Imperial Hotel, Tokyo (NH 104436).