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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:...
    • Report of the engineering education mission to Japan, 1951-08-25

    • Engineering; Engineers; Education; Universities and colleges; College students; College teachers; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi; Technology; Scientists; Industries; Research; Laboratories; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers;...
    • The appendices and exhibits from the report of the engineering education mission to Japan, 1951 July 5 to August 26. It consists of: Appendix A: Institute for Engineering Education; Appendix B: Program of the Mission on Engineering Education;...
    • 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, 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...
    • Sitting at a desk

    • Photographs; Men; Desks; Office equipment and supplies; Books; Flower arrangement; Figurines
    • An unnamed man sits at a desk with a vase of flowers on top of it. There are books and papers on the desk as well. There are filing cabinets next to the desk also. Two stamps with Japanese writing and "OSAKA-65" are on the back of the...
    • Passenger guide

    • United States. Army Air Forces; Government publications; United States. Army Air Forces. Air Transport Command; Travel; Airplanes; Islands of the Pacific; Southeast Asia; Survival and emergency equipment; Maps; Life rafts; Parachutes
    • The “Passenger Guide” of the Army Air Forces Air Transport Command Pacific Division. It consists of: the Foreward; Cabin Briefing; Over-Water Briefing; General Notes on Life Raft; Parachute Briefing; Medical Briefing; Customs Information;...
    • University laboratories

    • 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; Mountains
    • A list of university laboratories with the number of employed scientists, assistants, and other personnel. The list is in Polkinghorn's original handwriting. The back of the page contains a map of Japanese landforms.
    • 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,...
    • 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...
    • Thank you card

    • Thank-you notes; Greeting cards; Mountains; Snow; Pictures; Temples
    • An original handwritten card signed by a Marguerite thanking an unnamed correspondent for his or her hearty wishes at Christmastime. A picture of a mountain is enclosed with the card. Marguerite may refer to Marguerite Ressel. The unnamed...
    • American club of Tokyo luncheon invitation

    • Dinners and dining; National Research Council (U.S.). Pacific Science Board; National Research Council (U.S.); Neuschel, Sherman K.
    • An invitation for Mr. F. A. Polkinghorn from Lt. Col. Hubert G. Schenck and Mr. Sherman K. Neushel, for a luncheon with Dr. Harold Jefferson Coolidge, Jr., the executive chairman of the Pacific Science Board of the National Research Council.
    • Seki family

    • Photographs; Women; Kimonos; Families; Children; Portraits; Men
    • A portrait of the Seki family. "To the family of Mr. Frank A. Polkinghorn with the compliments of Hideo Seki" is handwritten on the back of the photograph. "From right to left"; "Mieko 1943"; "Haru 1909"; "Yaeko 1932"; "Norio 1948"; "Hideo 1905"...
    • Kenneth Hopper letter to Mr. B. Inoue, 1984-03-30

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Letters; Health; Management; Lectures and lecturing; Nihon Seisansei Honbu; Nihon Ai Bī Emu Kabushiki Kaisha; Industries; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001
    • Kenneth Hopper writes Mr. B. Inoue of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. saying that Mr. Protzman tells him there may be a CCS (Civil Communications Section) seminar in Japan next year. He adds that Sarasohn tells him that IBM/JAPAN will be...
    • Japanese actresses

    • Photographs; Amatsu, Otome; Women; Actresses; Kimonos; Swords; Hair ornaments; Hats; Theatrical makeup; Embossing (Printing)
    • Otome Amatsu and Kamiyo Nishiki are dressed in kimonos wearing face makeup. There is an embossing on the lower right corner of the photograph. "Amatsu Otome" and "Kamiyo Nishiki" are stamped on the back of the photograph.

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