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    • Formulations

    • Mathematics - Formulae; Cost; Postal service; United States. Far East Command; Economics
    • Mathematical formulations for economic purposes in original handwriting by Frank Polkinghorn. A typewritten message on behalf of General Headquarters, Far East Command, states that considerable amounts of outside mail reaching Hawaii and...
    • B. Inoue letter to Charles W. Protzman, Sr., 1983-09-21

    • Letters; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Industrial management; Authorship; University of Michigan; Human capital; Translations; Magazines
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Charles W. Protzman, Sr., saying that he thinks Protzman will read his letter to Mr. Hopper with much interest. He says that recently, however, all the Japanese industrial people do not have...
    • Kenneth Hopper letter to Mr. Bunzaemon Inoue, 1979-11-27

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Travel; Japan; Business enterprises; Industries; Management; Factories; Executives; Great Britain; United States; Sumitomo Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Sumitomo Gomu Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Authorship; Japan times;...
    • Kenneth Hopper writes Mr. Bunzaemon Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., thanking him and the companies with which he is associated, for organizing Hopper's visit to Japan. Hopper shares his belief that when a society becomes successful...
    • Kenneth Hopper letter to Mr. B. Inoue, 1980-01-07

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Letters; Japan times; Newspapers; Authorship; Books; Japan; Health
    • Kenneth Hopper writes Mr. B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., saying that he is convinced that the CCS (Civil Communications Section) seminars were very important and that the oil countries and developing nations could learn a great deal...
    • Letter to the editor of modern industry

    • Letters; Writing; Communication; Executives; Manufacturing industries; Lectures and lecturing; Publishers and publishing; Maps
    • A letter written by an unnamed correspondent, saying that attached, are two copies of further discussion incorporating Modern Industry material. The unnamed correspondent writes that a course that was given to top executives of the communications...
    • Kenneth Hopper letter to Mr. B. Inoue, 1982-01-19

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Letters; Health; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Export Company; Supervisors, Industrial; Books; Sumitomo Gomu Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Interviews
    • Kenneth Hopper writes Mr. B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., saying that he was saddened to learn about Mr. Kato's death. Hopper shares that after an introduction by Dr. Drucker, he learned that Mr. Kato had served an apprenticeship...
    • A short biography of Japanese scientists, 1949, volume V-4

    • Government publications; Street addresses; Birthplaces; Associations, institutions, etc.; Job titles; Consultants; Education; College teachers; Universities and colleges; Factories; Industries; Engineers; Engineering
    • Volume V-4 of the short biography of Japanese scientists that includes information such as: home addresses; dates and places of birth; fields of interest; organizations; present positions and activities; consultancy; past experiences; and...
    • Travel orders

    • Travel; Japan; Teletype; Radio; Goddard Space Flight Center
    • Travel orders listing dates and cities in Japan. The travel orders are written in Polkinghorn's original handwriting. The back side of the page contains information on a teletype test and the Goddard Space Flight Center logs. The back side of...
    • Reflections

    • Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Education; Engineering; Teaching
    • Frank Polkinghorn reflects on his time in Japan and his observations of Japanese engineering education. The paper is typewritten and also contains original handwriting. The paper is incomplete.
    • Charles Protzman sitting for a meal

    • Photographs; Scrolls, Japanese; Food; Dinners and dining; Drinking cups; Kimonos; Tableware; Flower arrangement; Women; Embossing (Printing); Men
    • Charles Protzman, second from left, sits next to his wife, seated to the right of him dressed in a kimono. Four unnamed women wear kimonos as well. Three unnamed men stand behind Protzman. A scroll hangs from the wall. Food and tableware sit on...
    • Kenneth Hopper letter to Mr. B. Inoue, 1982-06-19

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Letters; University of Michigan; Periodicals
    • Kenneth Hopper writes Mr. B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., saying that the editor of "Human Resource Management" of the University of Michigan wants to publish a section of his material in an article in the magazine's summer issue. ...
    • Temple reproduction

    • Photographs; Temples; Holidays; Decoration and ornament; Trees
    • Christmas trees and decorations surround a reproduction of a Japanese temple. The temple could possibly be a reproduction of the Byōdō-in temple. "A MERRY XMAS" is printed on the bottom of the photograph.
    • Sitting area

    • Photographs; Decoration and ornament; Holidays; Furniture; Military uniforms; Trees; Men
    • A man in military uniform stands next to a man sitting at a desk. Christmas decorations hang from the walls. A Christmas tree decorated with tinsel stands in a pot. A schedule of events for Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day are...
    • Sachiko Chiba portrait

    • Photographs; Portraits; Women; Kimonos; Autographs; Actresses
    • Sachiko Chiba dressed in a kimono. "Sachiko Chiba" is signed on the photograph. The writing above "Sachiko Chiba" is illegible. "Protzman" and another word are written in Japanese.
    • Schedule

    • Scheduling; Calendars
    • A schedule for the latter part of November, and December 1949, and up to the 20th of January, 1950. The schedule contains an original handwritten notation.

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