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    • A talk to future communications engineers

    • Communication; Engineers; Engineering; Japan; Telephone; United States; Wood poles; Research; Profit; Telephone systems; Telegraph; Business enterprises; Census; College students
    • A reprint of Frank Polkinghorn's work from the volume 38, number 10, October 1950 issue of the Electrical Review (Denki Hyoron) titled, "A Talk to Future Communications Engineers." Frank Polkinghorn, director of the Research & Development...
    • Announcement of organization and staff, 1950-03-27

    • Government publications; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Military; Armed Forces - Officers
    • An announcement of organization and staff outlining changes to the CCS (Civil Communications Section) signed by Colonel R. N. Kunz. A notification of personnel action is attached to the announcement documenting Charles W. Protzman's resignation as...
    • Answers to questions from Mr. Inoue, 1980-11-07

    • Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Letters; Quality control; Executives; Business enterprises; Lectures and lecturing; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Deming, W. Edwards (William Edwards), 1900-1993; Juran, J. M. (Joseph M.), 1904-2008;...
    • The information accompanying Mr. Inoue's letter of 1980 November 7. Written in third person, Inoue addresses questions from Kenneth Hopper. He explains that during the CCS (Civil Communications Section) seminars, SCAP gave strict orders asking...
    • Antenna farm

    • Slides (Photography); Transmitting antennas; Telecommunication; Technology; Clouds; Mountains; Plants; Wood poles; Buildings; Trees
    • An antenna farm viewed from the roof of the Yamata Station.
    • B. Inoue letter to Mr. C. W. Protzman, Sr., 1979-06-08

    • Letters; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Travel; Japan; Management; Industries; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Forums (Discussion and debate); Industrial management; Sumitomo Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Sumitomo Gomu...
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Mr. C. W. Protzman, Sr., saying that he recently received a letter from Mr. Hopper, with whom he has been exchanging letters since Protzman introduced Hopper to him. He reports that Hopper...
    • B. Inoue letter to Mr. K. Hopper, 1980-07-16

    • Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Letters; Interpersonal relations; Factories; Supervisors, Industrial; AT & T; Management; Lectures and lecturing; Quality circles; Quality control
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Mr. K. Hopper saying that he is replying to Hopper's letter of June 11th. He responds to one of Hopper's questions by saying that Japanese human relations have not changed substantially since...
    • B. Inoue letter to Mr. K. Hopper, 1981-07-17

    • Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Letters; Interviews; Manuscripts; Authorship; Management; Books; Nihon Kagaku Gijutsu Renmei; Daimyo; Shogunate; Dunlop Rubber Company; Totoki, Akira, 1920-; Business enterprises; Quality control;...
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Mr. K. Hopper saying that he is enclosing his opinions and corrections for the "Interview" that Miss Nomura translated into English. He reports that he talked to Mr. Sakamoto and shares...
    • B. Inoue letter to Mr. K. Hopper, 1982-03-10

    • Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Letters; Sumitomo Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Management; Factories; World War II; Production (Economic theory); Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Time study; Motion study; Line and staff...
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Mr. K. Hopper, saying that most of the SEI (Sumitomo Electric Industries) factories were destroyed by bombs during World War II and discusses why he believes the Japanese lost the war with the...
    • B. Inoue letter to Mr. Kenneth Hopper, 1979-06-08

    • Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Letters; Japan; Management; Industrial management; Industries; Business enterprises; Sumitomo Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Sumitomo Gomu Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Résumés (Employment)
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Mr. Kenneth Hopper saying that he is very glad to know that he and Mrs. Hopper will be visiting Japan to learn about Japanese management and how the Industrial Management Forum influenced the...
    • Briefing of Generals Church and Danforth

    • Telecommunication; Industrial management; Engineers; Radar; Ionosphere; Central Radio Propagation Laboratory (U.S.); Armed Forces - Officers
    • Frank Polkinghorn's briefing to Generals Church and Danforth on the Research and Development Division's objective to see that the necessary telecommunications knowledge, equipment and systems are available when needed for the expansion or...
    • C. W. Protzman letter to Mr. S. E. Brillhart, 1950-06-26

    • Letters; Authorship; Communication; Manufacturing industries; Management; Engineering; Western Electric Company; Japan - History - Allied occupation, 1945-1952; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Japan; Cables; Equipment and supplies;...
    • C. W. Protzman writes Mr. S. E. Brillhart with a summary of the major work he did while working for the Department of the Army from November 1948 to May 1950 in Japan. In Protzman's report, he writes that between 75% and 85% of the manufacturing...
    • Charles W. Protzman, Sr. letter to Kenneth, 1978-12-26

    • Letters; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Writing; Authorship; Juran, J. M. (Joseph M.), 1904-2008; Quality control; Management; Magazines
    • Charles W. Protzman, Sr. writes Kenneth saying that in the accompanying Quality Progress for December 1978, there are articles by J. M. Juran. Protzman writes that Kenneth may find suggestions that policy resulted, in part, from the programs...
    • Conversion tables

    • Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Conversion tables; Japan; Measurement; Metric system
    • The conversion tables prepared by the Civil Property Custodian of the General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers to provide a quick and easy method of converting certain common American units to Japanese units and vice versa.

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