Reports, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to educational reform in Japan during the post-World War II Allied occupation. Includes hard copy of a roster of Allied educational officials in Japan, and publications issued by the National Institute for Educational Research, Tokyo.
Writings, reports, notes, interview summaries, and printed matter, relating to American aid to South Vietnam and other southeast Asian countries, economic development in various Asian and African countries, Japanese and German public opinion regarding the purge of wartime leaders after World War II, and political, social, and economic effects of the purge on Japan and Germany.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, reminiscences, and clippings, relating to the public health policy of the Allied occupation government in Japan after World War II, especially in regard to reform of medical education, and to the role of the Japanese physician Yoshio Kusama.
Reports, ordinances, proclamations, and legal opinions, relating to political, economic, and legal aspects of governmental administration in Korea, and to repatriation of Japanese in Korea. Also available on microfilm (12 reels).
Orders, instructions, and printed matter, relating to the civil administration and relief of the Philippines, 1944, war crime trials in the Pacific, and the administration of government in Japan following World War II.
Correspondence, diary, printed matter, photographs, and miscellany, relating to American military training in the United States during World War II, military mapping in the Pacific Theater, and the postwar occupation of Japan.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, writings, and photographs, relating to physical training of American naval aviators during World War II, and to American military government policy regarding education, and especially physical education and sports, in postwar occupied Japan.
Writings, correspondence, reports, studies, press releases, legal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to post-World War II Allied military government in Korea and Japan; political, social and economic conditions in Korea; Korean-American relations; education in East Asia, especially South Korea and Taiwan; the Panama Canal and the Panamanian-American treaty of 1978; and the divestment of land from the Isthmian Timber Company by the Panamian government.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, interview recording and transcript, reports, memoranda, press releases, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American-Japanese relations before and after World War II, American occupation policy in postwar Japan, the treaty of peace between Japan and the United States in 1951, and American administration of the Ryukyu Islands.
Writings, memoranda, reports, surveys, handbooks, maps, photographs, and printed matter, relating to education reform in Japan during the Allied occupation. Includes phonotape interview of J. C. Trainor by Harry Wray, 1980. Also available on microfilm (66 reels).