They distributed real to universities and art museums around U.S., including an original Sharaku which was purchased by the Smithsonian Institution. They loaned exhibitions of Shima prints to educational institutions such as schools, colleges, and libraries. There was no obligation to the exhibitions. If visitors wanted to buy some of them, the sponsoring institution got 25% commission of the sales. This style of sales was originally designed by E.T. and followed by Hango. A sample of advertisement (School Arts, March 1938, courtesy of Fran Walker), is shown to the left. There is a of an exhibition of prints from Shima at Person Hall Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from Nov. 1935 through Mar. 1936.
Below is a sample of advertisement list on my neobux account, including the information about how many $ we will earn to visit each advertisement.
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