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    • 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...
    • 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 to Ken, 1986-05-06

    • Letters; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Authorship; Kobayashi, Kōji, 1907-; Nihon Denki Kabushiki Kaisha; Deming, W. Edwards (William Edwards), 1900-1993; Juran, J. M. (Joseph M.), 1904-2008; Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Total quality management; Western...
    • A letter to Ken from an unnamed correspondent thanking him for reproducing the article from Policy Studies. The unnamed correspondent says that had it not been for the zeal and dedication of Katō and Inoue, the ground would not have been prepared...
    • Letter to Ken, 1986-05-10

    • Letters; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Kobayashi, Kōji, 1907-; Factories; Japan; Nihon Denki Kabushiki Kaisha; Lectures and lecturing; Western Electric Company
    • A letter written to Ken by an unnamed correspondent. The unnamed correspondent says that he tried to recall if K. Kobayashi attended the first Tokyo session, but says that his memory is not that accurate. The unnamed correspondent shares that...
    • 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...
    • Charles Protzman with two men

    • Photographs; Men; Factories; Industrial equipment
    • Charles Protzman stands next to an unnamed man as they look towards the same direction. A second unnamed man stands off to the side of Protzman. "1-11" is handwritten on the back of the photograph. The photograph is from the Joe Dane visit to...
    • Reorganization

    • Management; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001
    • An unnamed author writes an unnamed correspondent saying that if the CCS (Civil Communications Section) can further help, to not hesitate, and that Mr. Protzman and Mr. Sarasohn will be engaged in preparing and giving detailed courses. The paper...
    • Matsuda lamp ceremony

    • Photographs; Business enterprises; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Rites and ceremonies; Screens; Men
    • Four unnamed men watch Frank Polkinghorn stand in front of a microphone during the Matsuda lamp ceremony. An unnamed man stands next to Polkinghorn. A sign written in Japanese hangs from above. "At Mastuda Lamp ceremony" is handwritten on the...
    • General Back

    • Photographs; Armed Forces - Officers; Military uniforms; Women; Tableware; Flower arrangement; Plants; Back, George I. (George Irving), 1894-1972; Men
    • General Back stands at a table with a flower arrangement. Three unnamed women and an unnamed man sit at the table. "Gen Back" is handwritten on the back of the photograph.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polkinghorn with two individuals

    • Photographs; Men; Women; Flower arrangement; Furniture; Lamps; Books; Bookcases; Chairs; House furnishings
    • Mrs. Polkinghorn sits between Frank Polkinghorn and an unnamed man. An unnamed woman sits next to Frank Polkinghorn. They sit near a bookshelf. "82-5" is handwritten on the back of the photograph. A "4" and what appears to be a check mark are...
    • Mrs. Protzman standing near a pond

    • Photographs; Men; Women; Handbags; Kimonos; Trees; Plants; Bridges; Ponds; Gardens
    • Mrs. Protzman stands near a pond while two unnamed women wearing kimonos stand near a table. An unnamed man stands with his hands behind his back. A "6" is handwritten on the back of the photograph.

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