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    • Appreciation

    • Communication; Japan; Consultants
    • An excerpt expressing appreciation for the valuable work and suggestions of the Americans to the Japanese communications industry. The document is in Polkinghorn's original handwriting. The back of the page contains a table of "alternative...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Complimentary points regarding industrial management course

    • Letters; Associations, institutions, etc.; Learning; Congresses and conventions; Meetings; Management; Lectures and lecturing; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Associations, institutions, etc. - Membership; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers;...
    • Three excerpts from letters discussing an industrial management course. A memorandum from Frank A. Polkinghorn of the Institute of Radio Engineers to the members of the region 2 committee, regarding the joint Student's Activities Day. The...
    • Contents of appendix

    • Research; Industrial management; General Electric Company; Jeffries, Zay, b. 1888; Laboratories; Japan
    • The contents of the appendix of Frank Polkinghorn's time in Japan. The appendix is in Polkinghorn's original handwriting. The contents of the backs of pages 1 and 2 are typewritten and are duplicates of each other. The backs of pages 1 and 2...
    • 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...
    • Corporation of MOC

    • Denki Tsūshin Kyōkai (Japan); Associations, institutions, etc.; Communication; Nihon Hōsō Kyōkai
    • A list of various Japanese communications associations written in original handwriting. "CHECK SHEET:" is typewritten on the back of the page.
    • Excerpts regarding efforts to reestablish relations with IRE & AIEE

    • American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Institute of Radio Engineers; Letters; Engineers; Associations, institutions, etc.; Denki Gakkai (1888); Denki Tsūshin Gakkai
    • Some excerpts from letters written in 1951 regarding the efforts to reestablish relationships with the IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) and AIEE (American Institute of Electrical Engineers). The backs of pages 1 and 2 contain a memorandum from...
    • 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...
    • Foundation juridical persons of MOC

    • Teishin Kyōkai; Teishin Dōsōkai; Tsūshin Bunka Shinkōkai (Japan); Associations, institutions, etc.; Communication; Telecommunication
    • A list of various Japanese communications associations. "To: Mr. Gonzalez" is handwritten on the top of the page in pencil. The list is in original handwriting.
    • Hiroshi Hamada

    • Business cards; Mitsubishi Kasei Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha
    • The business card of Hiroshi Hamada, manager of the New York liaison office of Mitsubishi Chemical Industries Limited. An address and phone number in original handwriting are written on the back of the card.
    • Japanese diet mission

    • Political science; Telecommunication; United States; Dinners and dining; Yamada, Setsuo; Politicians
    • Frank Polkinghorn lists the members of the Japanese Diet, who visited the United States in the fall of 1951, as part of a mission of the telecommunications committee. It is in Polkinghorn's original handwriting. The back of the page contains a...

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