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    • Some observations concerning engineers and engineering in Japan written in English

    • Engineers; Engineering; Japan; Executives; Costs, Industrial; Production (Economic theory); Industries; Factories; Machinery; Universities and colleges; College teachers; College students; Economics; Telephone systems; Manufacturing processes;...
    • Frank Polkinghorn's talk on the need to improve the efficiency of quality of production by Japanese engineers delivered before the annual meeting of the Institute of Electrical Communication Engineers at Tokyo University on 1949 March 7. It...
    • Association of the advancement of electrical engineering education

    • Associations, institutions, etc.; Associations, institutions, etc. - Membership; Electrical engineers; Meetings; Tōkyō Shibaura Denki Kabushiki Kaisha; Nihon Denki Kabushiki Kaisha; Furukawa Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Mitsubishi Denki Kabushiki...
    • The names of Association of the Advancement of Electrical Engineering Education members and their companies. There is also a list of Association meeting dates and objectives to be carried out. The document is in original handwriting.
    • On a recent visit to the United States

    • Travel; United States; Tōkyō Daigaku; College teachers; Engineering; Universities and colleges; Ōsaka Daigaku; Scrolls, Japanese; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Denki Gakkai (1888); General Electric Company; Swope, Gerard, 1872-1957;...
    • Professor Oyama, dean of engineering, at Tokyo University, and Professor Kimagai, of Osaka University, representing the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, presented F. A. Polkinghorn with a scroll to express their appreciation during a...
    • Entrance to the Suzuka school

    • Slides (Photography); Men; Trees; Arches; Buildings; Wood poles; College teachers; Universities and colleges; Communication
    • Professor Morita and Dr. Koga stand in between four unnamed men in front of the entrance of the Suzuka school. Professor Morita stands third from the left and Dr. Koga stands fourth from the left. Trees and buildings stand on the other side of...
    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Tokyo University

    • College teachers; Teaching; Research; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Radiation Laboratory; Tōkyō Daigaku
    • Mr. F. A. Polkinghorn, of the CCS (Civil Communications Section), writes Dr. Eells comparing the number of MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) professors, research assistants, and teaching hours to those of Tokyo University. Polkinghorn's...
    • Professor and Mrs. Morita, 1950-07

    • Photographs; Women; Kimonos; Buildings; Men; College teachers; Families
    • Professor and Mrs. Morita stand outside. Mrs. Morita is dressed in a kimono. Buildings can be see in the near distance. "JUL 1950" is stamped on the back of the photograph along with "fade pruf [sic] print By Dearing" and illegible words. "Prof...
    • Thank you letter

    • Letters; Learning; Lectures and lecturing; Japan; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Radiation Laboratory; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bell Telephone Laboratories; Harvard University; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Travel;...
    • A letter from an unnamed author expressing gratitude for the information he learned the previous year. He writes that the kind and thoughtful talking, along with the atmosphere of the office, made the author feel as though he had been in America. ...
    • At the professor's party

    • Koga, Issac, 1899-; Tōkyō Daigaku; Tōkyō Kōgyō Daigaku; Hotels; Engineers; College teachers; Ōsaka Daigaku; Kyōto Daigaku; Ōsaka Shiritsu Daigaku; Kōbe Daigaku; Parties; Kumagai, Saburō, 1904-1971; Restaurants
    • A list of people who attended the professor's parties in Japan.
    • Electrical engineering professors and their wives

    • Photographs; Women; Kimonos; Gardens; Trees; Plants; Ponds; Men; Rocks; College teachers; Electrical engineers
    • Frank Polkinghorn gathers around a pond with electrical engineering professors and their wives. The women are dressed in kimonos. The location is probably Hokusen-sō, Sapporo. The photograph is attached to a card with a leaf pattern.
    • Contributions to the improvement of education in Japan

    • Japan; Japan - History - Allied occupation, 1945-1952; Lectures and lecturing; Learning; Education; College students; College teachers; Engineers; Industrial management
    • Frank Polkinghorn writes about his time in Japan during the allied occupation. He shares his observation of the Japanese educational system and how it impeded on the occupation's policy to push the Japanese toward self-support. The document is in...
    • Universities in electrical technology, 1947-04

    • Universities and colleges; Laboratories; Waseda Daigaku; Keiō Gijuku Daigaku; Nagoya Daigaku; Nihon Daigaku; Tōkyō Kōgyō Daigaku; Ōsaka Daigaku; Tōkyō Daigaku; Kyūshū Daigaku; Tōhoku Daigaku; Hokkaidō Daigaku; Kyōto Daigaku; Engineering; Engineers;...
    • A list of Japanese universities with electrical technology programs and their number of students and faculty. The scans of the backs of pages 10 and 11 were rotated 180 degrees. The document is in Polkinghorn's original handwriting.

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