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Finding Aid for the Jiro Kozai Papers, 1919-1940
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Box 1

Series 1 Account books 1925-1928

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains 2 account books, one with a title "125th St Store Journal 1927" and the other with a torn cover.
Box 1

Series 2 Correspondence 1925-1939

Physical Description: 5 folders

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains correspondence such as letters and telegrams. It is divided by type of materials: letters and telegrams. The letters are grouped into English and Japanese. Letters written in English are mostly addressed to Jiro Kozai in conjunction with The Japanese Association Inc. Some touch upon the topic on the 1939 World's Fair in New York. The Japanese letters include correspondence between Jiro Kozai and officers from Consulate General of Japan, Japanese army colonels and majors.
 

Letters, English 1925-1939

 

Letters, Japanese 1931-1937

 

Letters, Japanese 1938

 

Letters, Japanese ca. 1939

 

Telegrams 1933-1935

Box 1

Series 3 Financial records 1924-1926

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains financial documents of Tatsuo Kozai such as tax return forms, financial statements and checks.
Box 1

Series 4 Leaflets 1928-1938

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains flyers such as Ikebana lectures, xylophone and dance recitals.
Box 1

Series 5 Scrapbooks ca. 1919-1920

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains newspaper clippings both in Japanese and English. It includes items from Japanese American Commercial Weekly and Shin Sekai.
Box 1

Series 6 Miscellaneous ca. 1921-1923

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains a family photograph of Jiro, Fumiyo and Misato Kozai, and a name card for Kichi Harada.