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    • Diary & memoirs of two years with the occupation in Japan

    • Diaries; Autobiography; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Japan; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Industrial management; Denki Tsūshin Kenkyūjo (Japan); Telecommunication; Communication; Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931; Management;...
    • The diary and memoirs of Frank Polkinghorn's two years in Japan as director of the Research and Development Division of the Civil Communications Section (CCS) of the Supreme Command of Allied Powers (SCAP). It consists of: the Preface; Chapter 1:...
    • Frank Polkinghorn

    • Electrical engineering; University of California, Berkeley; Bell Telephone Laboratories; Institute of Radio Engineers; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Radio; Communication; Greek...
    • The schooling, work, and professional affiliations of Frank Polkinghorn. The paper is incomplete.
    • Civil affairs handbook: Japan; section 15: education, 1944-06-23

    • Government publications; Handbooks, manuals, etc.; United States. Army; Japan; Education; Youth; Research; Religious institutions; Propaganda; Schools; Education - Curricula; Charts, diagrams, etc.; Bibliography
    • A study on education in Japan prepared for the military government division of the Office of the Provost Marshal General by the research and analysis branch of the Office of Strategic Services. The handbook consists of: the Importance of the...
    • Dr. Yu-Yueh Mao

    • Harvard University; California Institute of Technology; Universities and colleges; Engineers; Bell Telephone Laboratories; Radar; Congresses and conventions; Administrative Radio Conference; Teaching; Civil service positions; Cornell University
    • The schooling and career history of Dr. Yu-Yueh Mao.
    • Letters from a sensei: Bunzaemon Inoue

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Nihon Kagaku Gijutsu Renmei; Executives; Industrial management; Matsushita, Kōnosuke, 1894-1989; Kobayashi, Kōji, 1907-; Nishibori, Eizaburō, 1903-1989; Sumitomo Gomu Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha;...
    • Kenneth Hopper provides the background and context of his correspondence with distinguished Japanese industrialist, Bunzaemon Inoue. He writes that Inoue sent him about 60 letters answering questions on the improvements he saw or personally...
    • Quality, Japan, and the U.S.: the first chapter

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Management; World War II; Japan; Industrial management; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Deming, W. Edwards (William Edwards), 1900-1993; Juran, J. M. (Joseph M.), 1904-2008; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001;...
    • Kenneth Hopper's article from the September 1985 issue of Quality Progress discussing Japan's new industrial management based on Japanese traditions and American ideals from practicing American industrial managers.
    • 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, 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. K. Hopper, 1982-07-02

    • Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Letters; Sumitomo Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Telephone
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Mr. K. Hopper replying to Hopper's questions regarding the Tokyo seminar and Osaka seminar dates. Inoue says that General Back, the director of the CCS (Civil Communications Section) came to...
    • Homer Sarasohn interview, 1988-07-02, part 3

    • Interviews; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Tribus, Myron; Ford, Henry, 1863-1947; Ford Motor Company; Booz, Allen & Hamilton; Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company; Responsibility; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Leadership; Nihon Denki Kabushiki...
    • Myron Tribus interviews Homer Sarasohn in Arizona. Sarasohn begins by talking about the history and background of industries such as the Ford Motor Company. Sarasohn says that he joined Booz Allen Hamilton when he returned to the United States...
    • Homer Sarasohn interview, 1988-07-02, part 1 and part 2

    • Interviews; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Tribus, Myron; World War II; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Radiation Laboratory; Radar; Radar transmitters; Radio; Radio Receivers and reception; Japanese...
    • Myron Tribus interviews Homer Sarasohn in Arizona. Sarasohn says he was in the paratroops during World War II and worked at the radiation lab at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) developing search radar. He talks about his first jobs...
    • Charles letter to Ken, 1981-05-21

    • Letters; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Management; Western Electric Company; Furukawa Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Sumitomo Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Executives; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Business enterprises; Quality control; Nihon Denki...
    • Charles writes Ken saying that he has been going over his so-called notes so that he may give Ken an idea of how industry conditions were in 1956 Japan. Charles shares that he gave talks on general industry observations he observed at that time,...
    • Letter to Mr. Inoue, 1986-05-09

    • Letters; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Periodicals; American Society for Quality Control Engineers; Quality control; Japan; Harvard Business School; Archives; Weather; Western Electric Company; Trevor, Malcolm, 1932-
    • A letter to Mr. Inoue by an unnamed correspondent. The unnamed correspondent writes that it was quite a surprise when Mr. Hopper had him get in touch with the editor of Quality Progress last summer to discuss an article on his work from 1948 to...
    • Letter and photograph from Nagao Fujita to Mr. C. W. Protzman, 1950-12-17

    • Letters; Photographs; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Engineers; Engineering; Industrial engineering; Learning; Taylor, Frederick Winslow, 1856-1915; Gilbreth, Frank Bunker, 1868-1924; Telephone; Portraits
    • Nagao Fujita, an industrial engineer, writes Mr. C. W. Protzman introducing himself. He says that he came to know Protzman as an expert in management while Protzman and Mr. H. M. Sarasohn were advisers to Fujita's company, Oki Electric Industry...
    • Professors at Suzuka

    • Photographs; Buildings; Universities and colleges; Men; College buildings; College campuses; Windows; College teachers
    • Frank Polkinghorn sits among a group of professors outside a building. Japanese writing is handwritten on the back of the photograph.
    • Professors at Suzuka

    • Photographs; Buildings; Universities and colleges; Men; College buildings; College campuses; Windows; College teachers
    • Frank Polkinghorn sits among a group of professors outside a building. "At University" is handwritten on the back of the photograph.
    • Dai Ichi building

    • Slides (Photography); Buildings; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Japan - History - Allied occupation, 1945-1952; Trees; Automobiles; Bodies of water
    • Water flows across the street from the Dai Ichi building in Tokyo. The building served as the general headquarters of the allied occupation forces and the location of the CCS (Civil Communications Section) office.

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