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Stanford University, American Studies Seminars in Japan, records, 1950-1981 (inclusive),

Author: Stanford University. American Studies Seminars in Japan.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Records, 1950-60, consist mostly of correspondence but also include memoranda, reports, financial documents, syllabi, bibliographies, clippings, and several photograph albums. Some of the materials relate to seminars held in Kyoto, 1951-52. There is one file on establishing an American Studies Program at Stanford, 1953. Collection includes extensive correspondence of Hideo Kishimoto, 1952-60, with some typescript  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photoprints
Named Person: Claude Albert Buss; John D Goheen; Shinzo Kaji; George H Kerr; Hideo Kishimoto; George Harmon Knoles; Perry Miller; J E Wallace Sterling; Morton Gabriel White
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Stanford University. American Studies Seminars in Japan.
OCLC Number: 754872765
Description: 2.25 linear feet.
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Records, 1950-60, consist mostly of correspondence but also include memoranda, reports, financial documents, syllabi, bibliographies, clippings, and several photograph albums. Some of the materials relate to seminars held in Kyoto, 1951-52. There is one file on establishing an American Studies Program at Stanford, 1953. Collection includes extensive correspondence of Hideo Kishimoto, 1952-60, with some typescript articles and talks. Other correspondents include Claude Buss, John D. Goheen, J. E. Wallace Sterling, George H. Knoles, George H. Kerr, Shinzo Kaji, Morton G. White, and Perry Miller. The collection also includes the BULLETIN OF THE CENTER FOR AMERICAN STUDIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO, Nov. 4, 1981, with recollections of the seminars by its participants.

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