Guide to the Glen Bruner Collection

Lucinda Glenn
Graduate Theological Union Archives
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Guide to the Glen Bruner Collection

Collection number: GTU 89-8-01

Graduate Theological Union Archives

Graduate Theological Union

Berkeley, California
Processed by:
Lucinda Glenn
Date Completed:
8/2002
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© 2006 Graduate Theological Union. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Glen Bruner collection
Dates: 1947-1978
Bulk Dates: (Bulk 1962-1978)
Collection number: GTU 89-8-01
Creator: Bruner, Glen
Collection Size: 9 boxes

5 ft
Repository: The Graduate Theological Union. Library.
Berkeley, CA 94709
Abstract: The bulk of the collection is from the period after Glen Bruner's retirement as a missionary, mid-1960s-1978. The Correspondence series provides extensive information through personal narrative from Protestant missionaries with various denominations all over the world. He served as an interpreter in the American hospital for Atomic Bomb victims after World War II.
Shelf location: 1/I/1-2
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to The Graduate Theological Union. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Archivist. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Graduate Theological Union as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

Glen Bruner collection, GTU 89-8-01 . Graduate Theological Union Archives, Berkeley, CA.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Glen Bruner in 1978.

Biography

Glen Willard Bruner (1897-1987), was born in Red Cloud, Nebraska, August 22, 1897 to Charles Erwin Bruner and Sue Evelyn Brown Bruner. Moving early to Colorado, Glen attended public schools, then graduated from Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University) with a BS in Civil and Irrigation Engineering in 1917. He served in World War I in the 148th Field Artillery of Colorado and Wyoming. At the end of the War, while still in the Army, he studied languages at the University of Grenoble, France. After his return to the United States, he married Edith Williams in June 1920. Edith was born in 1896, Rockvale, Colorado, the daughter of John Williams and Lucy Ann Bodycomb Williams. She graduated with a BS in Home Economics also from the Colorado Agricultural College, 1919. The Bruners had no children.
They were accepted as missionaries by the Board of Foreign Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and sent to Japan, arriving October 1920. They taught at the Chinzei Gakuin, the Methodist Boys' School, in Nagasaki. While on furlough, 1926-27, Glen received a Master's degree in Religion from Northwestern University, and received full ordination in the Colorado Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church (now the Rocky Mountain Conference of the United Methodist Church). Because of the Depression, the supporting churches could no longer afford the Bruners' missionary salaries. So in 1931, Glen Bruner left the Boys' School and joined the American Foreign Service working in consular and/or diplomatic functions until 1942.
The beginning of World War II caught Bruner working in the American Consulate in Taipei, Taiwan. The Japanese brought him back to the Tokyo Consulate where he was interned with the other American diplomats for several months. He was sent to the United States in 1942 with the other diplomats on an exchange ship. Bruner went back into the Army and served in Intelligence through WWII. In 1946, he returned to Japan with the American Army of Occupation. He served as an interpreter in the American hospital for Atomic Bomb victims in Nagasaki.
Glen and Edith returned to missionary work in 1955. They served at the Tokyo School of the Japanese Language, 1955-58, then at the International Christian University, 1958-61. In 1961, Bruner had to retire from missionary service due to health reasons. He then became an associate in the business administration for the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (a facility of the National Academy of Sciences) in first the Hiroshima, then the Nagasaki Laboratory, 1961-66.
In 1966, Glen and Edith retired and returned to the United States. They settled at the Frasier Manor Retirement Home in Boulder, Colorado run by the United Methodist Church. Throughout their retirement, they were active in several associations involving aspects of their lives including the Lions Club, a retired diplomatic corps group, a retired Army group, college alumni, and the United Methodist Church. They remained very interested in and supportive of missionary work, particularly in Japan. Glen Bruner died March 26, 1987 in Boulder. It is not known when Edith died.

Scope and Content of Collection

From the documentation and Bruner's correspondence in the collection itself, it appears that Rev. Bruner first contacted J. Stillson Judah, then Director of the Graduate Theological Union Library, in 1974 about donating his collection of books and papers. Judah referred him to Oscar Burdick, Librarian at the Pacific School of Religion Library, then still separate from the GTU Library. From 1974 to 1978, Bruner sent boxes of books, periodicals, pamphlets, and papers to the PSR Library. Some of Bruner?s contents lists remain and are found in Box 1, File Folder 3a. It is not known how much of the material was incorporated into the PSR Library at that time. Fourteen boxes of material were stored in the PSR Library. When the PSR Library was integrated into the GTU Library in 1981, the stored boxes of Bruner material were moved to GTU Library storage. When the GTU Archives was established in 1989, the Bruner Collection was transferred to the Archives. See the Separation Notes below for information on distribution of non-archival material.
There is very little material prior to 1950. The bulk of the collection reflects Bruner's collecting material in his retirement, after the mid-1960s. The Correspondence series provides extensive information through personal narrative from Protestant missionaries with various denominations all over the world. The Speeches and Sermons series in Boxes 2 and 3 provide good sources of autobiographical information about the Bruner's experiences in Japan.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Missionaries--Japan
Missions--Japan--History--Sources
Missions--Methodist Episcopal Church--Japan
Missions--United Church of Christ--Japan
Missionaries--Correspondence
World War, 1939-1945--Personal Narratives--American
Diplomatic and Consular Service, American--Personal Narratives
Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission--History--Sources
Kokusai Kirisutokyo Daigaku (International Christian University)--History--Sources

Separated Material

1) Souls Undaunted, Verses from the Christian Poetry Club at the Hospital for Lepers, Oshima, Japan. Translator, Lois Erickson; illustrated (woodcuts) by C.O. Spamer. Published by American Mission to Lepers, New York, NY, n.d. Transferred to GTU Rare Book collection: PL757.4 L46 S68 1945.
2) Newsletters and worship bulletins from the Simpson United Methodist Church, Arvada, CO, ca. 1966-75. Transferred to the Rocky Mountain United Methodist Conference Archives, Denver, CO.
3) "Frasier Manor Mirror", 1973-77, newsletter of the Bruners' United Methodist retirement home in Boulder, CO. Transferred to the Rocky Mountain United Methodist Conference Archives, Denver, CO.
4) Japanese language books, 1 ft., to the GTU Library circulating collection. (See partial list in Box 1, File Folder 3a.)
5) Japanese language periodicals, 2 ft., to the GTU Library circulating collection. (See partial list in Box 1, File Folder 3a.)
6) DACOR Newsletter (Retired Diplomatic Corps. Association), Vol. 19, 1970 - Vol. 27, 1978. Discarded.
7) Department of State Newsletter, no. 180-191, 1976-77. Discarded.
8) "The Growler", Lions Club of Boulder, CO newsletter, Vol. 1-6, 1973-78. Discarded.
9) "Footnotes", staff newsletter of NAS (National Academy of Sciences), Vol. 3-5, 1975-77. Discarded.

Collection Contents

 

Series 1  Personal 1958-1978

Physical Description: 2 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains biographial information about the Bruners and outgoing and incoming correspondence.
box-folder 1:1

Banking and Social Security 1975

box-folder 1:2

Biographical Information 1958-77

box-folder 1:3

Book donations (lists) to the University of Colorado

box-folder 1:3a

Book, Periodical, and MSS donations (lists & correspondence) to the Pacific School of Religion Library 1974-78

box-folder 1:4

Business cards ca. 1960 1964 1978

box-folder 1:5

Cokesbury Bookstore book orders 1977

box-folder 1:6

Private Correspondence 1975

box-folder 1:7

Insurance 1975

box-folder 1:8

Investments, Mutual Funds 1975-78

box-folder 1:9

Medicare Supplement Plan (Blue Cross) 1975-77

box-folder 1:10

Rocky Mountain United Methodist Conference 1973-77

box-folder 1:11

U.S. Department of State, Foreign Affairs Retirement Annuity 1976-77

box-folder 1:12-35

Correspondence

box-folder 1:12

Glen Bruner, out-going 1958-73

box-folder 1:13

Edith Bruner, out-going Thanksgiving/Christmas letters 1967-73

box-folder 1:14

Glen & Edith, outgoing Christmas letters 1962 1966 1974-77

box-folder 1:15-35

Letters from Others (in-coming) 1966-78

Note

Note: Arranged chronologically, then alphabetical by correspondent. The majority are annual printed Christmas letters from missionaries in several denominations and countries.
box 9

Daily Diaries (11 volumes) 1966-76

Note

Note: See, Personal Series Microform above, Box 1
 

Series 2  Speeches 1953-1971

Physical Description: 31 folders

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains speeches give by Glen Bruner. The speeches are arranged chronologically by title.
box-folder 2:1

Kobe Union Church 1953

box-folder 2:2

Congratulatory Remarks, Kobe YMCA 1953

box-folder 2:3

America-Japan Relationships Past, Present, and Future 1954

box-folder 2:4

America, Revisited 1954

box-folder 2:5

America Today (J & E) 1954

box-folder 2:6

Greetings across the Pacific 1954

box-folder 2:7

A Glance at Diplomacy (J) 1954

box-folder 2:7

A Glance at Diplomacy (E), (2 speeches) 3/1957 5/1957

box-folder 2:8

Wedding Remarks (J & E) 1955 1960

box-folder 2:9

Easter 1941 1956

box-folder 2:10

Freedom, Its Use and Its Abuse (J &) 1956

box-folder 2:11

Students and Diplomacy 1956

box-folder 2:12

Romaji: Recommending a Standard System for the Romanization of Postal Addresses in Japan 1957

box-folder 2:13

Message of Gratitude, Goodwill, and Godspeed: Graduate's Luncheon, International Christian University 3/21/1960

box-folder 2:14

Japan's Integration of the Motto: Liberty, Intelligence, Our Nation's Safety 1961

box-folder 2:15

'Truckster' or 'Pedicab'? 1961

box-folder 2:16

Talk about Nagasaki 1962

box-folder 2:17

The Japan I Have Seen, That is the Japanese as I Know Them 1963

box-folder 2:18

Not Forty Days and Forty Nights, but Forty Years! 1963

box-folder 2:19

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Research: An Historical Summation 1947-1964 1965

box-folder 2:20

Lions, Nagasaki (J) 1966

box-folder 2:21

Civilian, Diplomatic, Military, and Personal Experiences of WWII 1967

box-folder 2:22

Introducing Men to Christ: Whys and Wherefores in the Land of the Rising Sun 1967

box-folder 2:23

A Treasure to Share, by Edith Bruner 1968 1971

box-folder 2:24

Acts of 20th Century Apostles: Izumi 1970

box-folder 2:25

Adventures of an American Foreign Service in Greater East Asia 1970

box-folder 2:26

Person-to-Person, Seed of the Church: Kwassui Gakuin, Nagasaki 2/1970 3/1970

box-folder 2:27

Protestant Christian Beginnings in Japan 1971

box-folder 2:28

Unconditional Surrender: The Japanese Accomplish the Impossible 1971

box-folder 2:29

Gai Ko, sumanachi Kokko (J) undated

box-folder 2:30

Reminiscences about New Year in Japan, (fragment) undated

box-folder 2:31

Speeches (and/or Sermons ?) Japanese, unidentified undated

 

Series 3  Sermons 1955-1972

Physical Description: 30 folders

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains sermons give by Glen Bruner. The sermons are arranged chronologically by title.
box-folder 2:32

Mother 1955

box-folder 2:33

Words of Tribute: The Clack Family (J & E) 1957

box-folder 2:34

The Church, Christ's Body 1959

box-folder 2:35

Sign Posts Along Life's Highway 1959

box-folder 2:36

Untitled (J), delivered in the ICU Church 1959

box-folder 2:37

Come and See, a Baccalaureate Address 1960

box-folder 2:38

Opportunity Unlimited (J & E) 1960

box-folder 2:39

God's Constructive Puposiveness, (J & E) 1962

box-folder 2:40

Spiritual Emphases from Amongst Our Heritage - The Holy Spirit 1962

box-folder 2:41

The Loving Father's Earthly Laboratory (J) 1963

box-folder 2:42

Communion Meditation at Kwassui Jr. College 1964

box-folder 2:43

Evangelism, Charting Ways and Means 1964

box-folder 2:44

Kirisutosha no Kanzen (J) 1964

box-folder 2:45

Race Relations and Evangelism (J) 1964

box-folder 2:46

Making the Impossible Possible 1965

box-folder 2:47

Christ or Buddha 1966

box-folder 2:48

God's Command 1966

box-folder 2:49

Nippon Kirisuto Kyodan, Nagasaki Ginya-nachi Kyokai 1966

box-folder 2:50

Opportunity Unlimited 1966

box-folder 2:51

Perfect Love, Mattaki Ai (J) 1966

box-folder 2:52

The Protestant Christian Church in 1966 America 1966

box-folder 2:53

What the Youth of Japan are Doing and Thinking 1966

box-folder 2:54

What is Worthwhile (J & E) 1968

box-folder 2:55

That Extra Mile (J & E) 1969

box-folder 2:56

Why Missions? Especially Now?!! 1969

box-folder 2:57

Certain Missionary Joys 1971

box-folder 2:58

Unfaltering Trust 1972

box-folder 2:59

The Word of God in the Language of the People 1972

box-folder 2:60

Christmas Is (J & E) undated

box-folder 2:61

Japanese sermons, unidentified undated

 

Series 4  International Christian University, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan 1960-1978

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains correspondence, addresses, announcements, bulletins, reports and newsletters from Bruner's time at the International Christian University. The material is arranged alphabetically.
box-folder 2:62

Address by Carl Kreider, "ICU: Original Purposes, Future Perspectives" 1973

box-folder 2:63

Address by Ralph Sockman, "A Star in the East" 1960

box-folder 2:64-65

American Alumni Association, Aerika Chiiki Shibu Kaiho and Correspondence 1975-78

box-folder 2:66

Announcements

box-folder 2:66

Admissions 1973-1974

box-folder 2:66

Year Abroad Program 1969-1970

box-folder 2:67-69

Bulletins/Catalogs 1961-1963 1972-1973

box-folder 2:70-81

International Christian University

box-folder 2:70

Church 1961-1970

box-folder 2:71

Correspondence 1967-1975

box-folder 2:72

Directory, Faculty, Staff, Students 1965

box-folder 2:73

Japan ICU Foundation 1967-1975

box-folder 2:74

General information, Notices, Publications 1961-1977

box-folder 2:75

"An ICU Album", 25th Anniversary Photo Album 1974

box-folder 2:76

"ICU, The First Ten Years, 1949 - 1959" 1959

box-folder 2:77

Library News, Nos. 1-2 1972

box-folder 2:78

Special Photo Report, Newly Dedicated Facilities 1973

box-folder 2:79-81

Student Political Activities and Protest events 1967

box-folder 2:79-81

"The Admissions Program Dispute at ICU: Preliminary Report of the Faculty History Committee, 1966-67" 1966-1967

box-folder 2:79-81

"Summary of Recent Developments at ICU" 1969

box-folder 2:82

Volunteers in America: Toshiaki Kusunoki 1969

box 6-7

ICU Gazette, v.9-11, 1967-70 (some issues missing, particularly during 1967 at the height of student unrest), v.13-20:2, 1971-April 1978 (some issues missing).

box 8

ICU Year (Graduation) Books 1959-1961

 

Series 5  Subject Files 1947-1978

Physical Description: 2 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

This material is arranged alphabetically.
box-folder 2:83

148th Field Artillery Association of Colorado and Wyoming 1963-1974

box-folder 2:84-98

Atomic Bomb Casculty Commission

box-folder 2:84

Bibliography of Published Papers of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1947-60 1960

box-folder 2:85

Atomic energy Glossary of Technical Terms, United Nations, 1948 (English, French, Russian, Chinese, Spanish) 1948

box-folder 2:86

Japanese Times Interview of George Darling, ABCC Director 1958

box-folder 2:87

Delayed Radiation Effects in survivors of the Atomic Bombings: Review of Findings of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1947-59 by J.W. Hollingsworth 1960

box-folder 2:88

ABCC Section in Hiroshima Igaku, by George Darling (J & E) 1960

box-folder 2:89

Glossary of ABCC Terminology, Japanese/English translations for technical reports 1960-1961

box-folder 2:90

Photographs of the Nagasaki Annual Autopsy Memorial Service. Photo of Glen Bruner included. 10/1962

box-folder 2:91

ABCC Newsletter (J) 1963-1966

box-folder 2:92

19 Years Since A-Bombings by Koji Mori, Newspaper article 8-part series from the English Mainichi 1964

box-folder 2:93

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Research: An Historical Summation, 1947-64 by Glen Bruner (J & E) 1965

box-folder 2:94

Japanese Advisory Council to the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Meeting Minutes (J & E) 10/14/1965

box-folder 2:95

Bruner's retirement and return to the U.S. and Colorado 1966

box-folder 2:96

U.S. Atomic Energy Commission Citation for Maritorious Contributions to George B. Darling 3/30/1970

box-folder 2:97

A Tribute to George B. Darling, Director, ABCC (J & E) 1957-1972

box-folder 2:98

Miscellaneous Papers undated

box-folder 2:99

Unidentified Japanese Newsletter (?) undated

box-folder 2:100

Buddhism 1960-1969

box-folder 3:1

Chinzei Gakuin School/Jr. College 1975-78

box-folder 3:2

Colorado State University, Alumni and 50-Year Club 1976-77

box-folder 3:3-5

Council of Cooperation (Japan missions), Directories and unidentified Japanese papers 1972-1978

box-folder 3:6

DACOR Membership List, (Diplomatic Corps, Retired Assoc.) 1965

box-folder 3:7-8

First United Methodist Church, Boulder, CO, correspondence and worship bulletins (sampling) 1977-1978

box-folder 3:9-13

Ginya-Machi Kyokai (Church), Nagasaki, correspondence, worship bulletins (?), newsletters (?), (J & E) ca. 1966-71

box-folder 3:14

Hiroshima Jogakuin (J) 1975

box-folder 3:15

Holy Communion 1956 1967 1972

box-folder 3:16-17

International House of Japan, Membership list and Annual Reports (sampling) 1966-1967 1970-1971 1974-1976

box-folder 3:18

Japan-America Cultural Center, Nagasaki (J) 1965

box-folder 3:19

Japan-American Society of Nagasaki 1972

box-folder 3:20

Japan - Maps of Distributions of Christians 1969

box-folder 3:21

Japan Wesley Association 1966-1972

box-folder 3:22

Japanese Language tools for translation, 1922, ca. 1948-69. Note: "Economic and Scientific Section, Labor Division: Word List of American Labor Terminology", 1947 is located in Box 7, File Folder 7. 1922

box-folder 3:23

Japanese Women 1953-1954 1966

box-folder 3:24

History of the Kamakura Dai-butsu - bronze of the Great Buddha undated

box-folder 3:25

Kansai Labor Evangelism Program 1962

box-folder 3:26

Kwassui Gakuin, Nagasaki 1967-1969

box-folder 3:27

Kyodan (United Church of Christ in Japan) 1959-77

box-folder 3:28-31

Unidentified Japanese papers from a box marked, Kyokai Yogo (which roughly translates to "church terminology") ca. 1958-1969

box-folder 3:32

Kyushu Church Association 1964

box-folder 3:33-35

Lion's Club, Boulder, CO: General information, International Relations Committee, Sick and Visiting Committee 1967-1973

box-folder 3:36

Lion's Club, Japan, "Constitution and By-Laws" (form), J) 1963

box-folder 3:37

Matsumiya Japanese Language School Bulletin 1930

box-folder 3:38

Nagasaki Okunchi Festival Program 1964

box-folder 3:39

National Christian Council of Japan (NCC, also Nippon Christian Church), a liason organ of Christianity in Japan 1957

box-folder 3:40

Nebraska Centennial, "Notable Nebraskan" Award to Glen Bruner 1967

box-folder 3:41

Nichiren Shosu Academy (NSA) 1976

box-folder 3:42-43

Nippon Christian Church Bible translations - mostly in Japanese with some English undated

box-folder 3:44

Psychological Warfare: leaflets dropped by American planes on Japan - "Where are Japan's Great Men?" and "Immediate Evacuation From Cities and Towns Advised to the Japanese People" (in Japanese with accompanying English translations) ca. 1945

box-folder 3:45

Retreads, Inc., An Honor Society of War Veterans who served in WWI and WWII (J) undated

box-folder 3:46

The Salvation Army in Japan, and newsletter, The War Cry undated

box-folder 3:47

School of Japanese Language and Culture, Bulletin 1938-1939

box-folder 3:48

Seiwa College 1969

box-folder 3:49

Shuho, Nippon Kirisuto Kyodan (NCC, National Council of Japan) (J & E) ca. 1964

box-folder 3:50

Tokyo School of the Japanese Language, Bulletins 1961-1962 1969-1970

box-folder 3:51

Tokyo Union Church, Ninety Years of Service in Japan 1962

box-folder 3:52

Dr. P.F.B. von Siebold, 1796-1866, A German Doctor in Japan 1823-1830 1859-1862

box-folder 3:53

World Christian Education (Gathering in Japan) 1958

box-folder 3:54

Yokosuka Christian Community Center 1968

box-folder 3:55

Unidentified Japanese handwritten/calligraphy on rice paper with envelope undated

box-folder 3:56

Unidentified Japanese papers

 

Series 6  Pamphlets 1947-1978

Physical Description: 2 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

This material is arranged alphabetically by author or title (if no author).
box 4:1-25

English pamphlets

box-folder 4:1

An Annotated Bibliography on Social Welfare, Minority Issues, and Society in Japan Today 1974

box-folder 4:2

Bugaku or Classical Japanese Dance and Music undated

box-folder 4:3

Casal, U.A., Japanese Art-Lacquers 1958

box-folder 4:4

Christianity and Social Welfare, Yokosuka Christian Community Center 1975

box-folder 4:5

The Church and the Missionary in Japan, United Church of Christ in Japan 1969

box-folder 4:6

De Forest, J.H., Missionaries and the Language: from The Japanese Evangelist 1893

box-folder 4:7

Dialogue Concerning Ecumenical Cooperation [in Japan] 1963

box-folder 4:8

Drummond, Richard H., The Cost of Christian Discipleship in Japan 1959

box-folder 4:9

The Economic Development of Japan as a Basis for Cooperation in Research 1951

box-folder 4:10

Fujishiro, Seikichi, List of Major Second-Hand Bookstores in Tokyo 1955

box-folder 4:11

Ii, Kiyoshi, The Challenge of the Future 1969

box-folder 4:12

JNAC Missionary Prayer Calendar 1973-74

box-folder 4:13

Kobe Union Church Annual Report and Membership Directory 1975

box-folder 4:14

Krummel, John, Foreign Missionaries at Aoyama Gakuin 1874-1974

box-folder 4:15

Matthews, Alden E., Toward Mutuality in Mission 1971

box-folder 4:16

Miura, Ayako, The Church of Christ 1973

box-folder 4:17

Minoru, Toyoda, A Short History of Japanese Translations of the Bible 1955

box-folder 4:18

Mission in Japan 1970

box-folder 4:19

Norman, W.H.H., An Interim Report on Mukyokaishugi [non-churched Christians] Today 1958

box-folder 4:20

Pilcher, John, A Change of Mood? 1969

box-folder 4:21

Rowland, G.M., The New Missionary and the Japanese Language: from The Japanese Evangelist 1921

box-folder 4:22

Sansom, George, The First Japanese Constitution 1938

box-folder 4:23

Service of Celebration and Union, Colorado Springs, CO: Rocky Mountain Conference Women's Society of Christian Service (Methodist) and the Wesleyan Service Guild (Evangelical United Brethren) to United Methodist Women 1969

box-folder 4:24

Suzuki, Hidesaburo, Early Japanese Newspapers 1954

box-folder 4:25

Taniguchi, Mayumi and Bowers, John Z., Pompe van Meedervoort and the First Western Medical School in Japan 1965

box-folder 4:26-42

Japanese pamphlets

box-folder 4:26

Avaco Handbook 1958

box-folder 4:27

Ebisawa, Akira, The Family Life Movement in Japan ca. 1957

box-folder 4:28

The Fujin to Nippon

box-folder 4:29

Kawazoe, Noboru, A Japnese Architect's Expression of Faith: The Memorial Center of the Twenty-Six Martyrs 1963

box-folder 4:30

Kosmos 1969

box-folder 4:31

Mizuno, Masami, An Experiment on the Family Life Movement: Summary Report of the Adachi Family Life Institute undated

box-folder 4:32-42

Unidentified

box-folder 4:43-62

Newsletters

box-folder 4:43-45

The Asiatic Society of Japan 1966-78

box-folder 4:46-48

Faith and Life: Tokyo Union Church 1966-75

box-folder 4:49

The Forum (United Methodist World Division Missionaries) 1970-75

box-folder 4:50-51

Homon Dendo, published by the Japan Bible Society (J) 1961-66

box-folder 4:52

The Hope (J) 1966-71

box-folder 4:53-58

The Interboard Bulletin, nos. 119-120, 1966-70, nos. 159-207, issued by the Interboard Missionary Field Committee, Tokyo, Japan 1962

box-folder 4:59-60

The Bulletin for Interboard Kyodan Missionaries, nos. 208-227: Continues "The Interboard Bulletin": "issued by the Council of Cooperation Secretariat to inform missionaries sponsored by the United Church of Christ in Japan and the Interboard Committee in New York." 1970-1971

box-folder 4:61-62

The Kyodan Missionary Bulletin, , nos. 228-244: Continues "The Bulletin for Interboard Kyodan Missionaries": "issued by the Council of Cooperation Secretariat for missionaries sponsored by the United Church of Christ in Japan and the Japan North American Commission on Cooperative Mission 1973-74

box-folder 5:1-4

The Kyodan Missionary Bulletin, nos. 245-278 1975-May 1978

box-folder 5:5-7

KBS Bulletin on Japanese Culture, nos. 64-115 (Some issues missing) 1964-1972

box-folder 5:8

Kokoyo-no-Tomo, United Church of Christ in Japan, Kyodan Magazine (J) 1973-78

box-folder 5:9

World Division Newsletter, Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church 1973-78

box 8

Japan Illustrated: The Japan Times Quarterly Magazine, (6 issues) v.14:1 - v.15:2 1976-1977