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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1:   Japanese occupation of the Philippines, 1941-1945

Box 1, Folder 1, Item 1

Japanese Military Administration of the Philippines, The Official Journal, Volume 1, 2nd edition, Manila: Nichi Nichi Shimbon Sha Inc., 1942, 86 pp. English, 66 pp. Japanese, journal contains 6 photographs

Box 1, Folder 1, Item 2

Japanese Military Administration of the Philippines, The Official Journal, Volume 2, Manila: Nichi Nichi Shimbon Sha Inc., 1942, 49 pp. English, 36 pp. Japanese, journal contains 6 photographs

Box 1, Folder 2

Japanese Military Administration of the Philippines, The Official Journal, Volume 4, Manila: Nichi Nichi Shimbon Sha Inc., 1942, 38 pp. English, 28 pp. Japanese, journal contains 24 photographs

Box 1, Folder 3

Hino, Asihei, The Flowering of Racial Spirit, translated into English by Kazi-o Nisina, Department of Information, The Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines, Manila: 1942, hardcover, 139 pp. English, also in Japanese. Includes account of the fall of Bataan and battle for Corregidor, from Japanese viewpoint

Box 1, Folder 4

The Tribune, Manila, Philippines, 1942 December 8, with headline, "P.I. Observes War Anniversary Today", 12 pp.

Box 1, Folder 5

Republic of the Philippines, Department of the Interior, Bureau of the Census and Statistics, Map of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, Manila: 1943 April 11, one page, concentric circles with Manila as center

Box 1, Folder 6

Laurel, Jose P., Forces That Make a Nation Great, (President of the Japanese-sponsored government of the Philippines), published by the Bureau of Information and Public Security, Ministry of the Interior, Manila: Bureau of Printing, 1943, 128 pp., illustrated

Box 1, Folder 7

Republic of the Philippines, National Assembly Yearbook, 1943, first edition, Manila: 1943, 204 pp. Photographs and biographies of members of Japanese-sponsored National Assembly. Color frontispiece photograph of Benigno S. Aquino, Speaker, National Assembly. Inscribed: F.C. de la Rama in ink on cover

Box 1, Folder 8

Cosmo Cultural Center, Free Philippines, Vol. 1, No. 1, Manila: 1943, 152 pp. "A Souvenir Edition Commemorating the Birth of the Republic of the Philippines." Copy inscribed in ink by the publisher "To President Laurel, Malacanon, 12-30-43." The Free Philippines is the first Filipino magazine under the new regime

Box 1, Folder 9

Association for Service to the New Philippines, The Kalibapi: The People's Party, Manila: Bureau of Printing, 1944, 36 pp., including 4 pages of music

Box 1, Folder 10

Kimura, Ki, Aquinaldo's Independence Army, Tokyo: Daitoa Shuppan K. K., undated, 41 pp.

Box 1, Folder 11

Propaganda Corps, Imperial Japanese Forces, Ideals of the New Philippines, undated, 37 pp. Chapter 6 (of 7) by Jorge B. Vargas, Chairman of the Executive Commission, "Philippines Grateful to Japan." Other chapters by Japanese military officials. Includes Japanese Field Service Code, adopted 1941 January 8

Box 1, Folder 12

Imperial Japanese Navy Day and Admiral Togo's Memorial Day, 1944 May 28 and 31. Souvenir program, 16 pp. Advertisement: "Compliments of F.C. de la Rama, Inc."

Box 1, Folder 13

The Tribune, Manila, in English: 1944 December 23-24, 27; 1945 January 1, each 4 pages

Box 1, Folder 14

Letter to "His Excellency, Lieut. Gen. Wati," 1944 June 15, original document, 6 pages single-spaced type. Authorship not indicated, but determined by Simpson to have been written by Claro M. Recto, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Philippine Republic during the Japanese occupation. Written in pencil on document, pg 6

Box 1, Folder 15

Editorial, "Review of the Month," from The Oriental Economist, Tokyo, 1942 January (English), giving the Japanese view of Pearl Harbor and responsibility for the war (pp. 3-7)

 

Series 2:   Commonwealth of the Philippines and American return to Philippines, 1935-1945; bulk 1944-1945

Box 1, Folder 16

Quezon, Manual L., Inaugural Address of His Excellency. President of the Philippines, 1935 November 15, Manila: Commonwealth of the Philippines, 26 pp. Bound in maroon fabrikoid, inner cover and end papers in color, glassine interleaving, tied with maroon cord

Box 1, Folder 17

"The Government of the 'New Philippines': The Puppet President, General Powers and the Cabinet," undated, 8 pages, including chart, mimeographed. Background information on members of the government installed by the Japanese in the Philippines, U.S. Counter-Intelligence Corps, has been declassified

Box 1, Folder 18

Aerial propaganda leaflets dropped on Manila, 1945 January, 2 originals plus photocopies

Box 1, Folder 19

Allied Geographical Section, Southwest Pacific Area, United States Army, Manila City (Central Luzon), Terrain Handbook, 41A, 1944 December 6. Maps, photographs, data, fold-out charts, has been declassified

Box 1, Folder 20

Manila Counter Intelligence Corps, Banking and Economic Section, Price Levels During the Occupation. For the information of agents. Prepared by William B. Simpson, Manila: 1945 June 17, 4 pp. typescript. Has been declassified. 457th Counter Intelligence Corps Detachment, U.S. Army Forces, Pacific

 

Series 3:   Publications by U.S. military for civilian population, 1945

Box 1, Folder 21

Southwest Pacific Area, General Headquarters, USAFFE, Free Philippines, Vol. 1, No. 9, 1945 January 1, 32 pp., photographs. Special issue for return of General MacArthur and President Osmena to Leyte, Philippines

Box 1, Folder 22

General Headquarters, SWPA, Manila Free Philippines, 1945 February 28, March 1-2, 8-9, 16, 24, April 2, 6-7, 9,12-14, 18, 22, 27-28

Box 1, Folder 23

General Headquarters, SWPA, Manila Free Philippines, 1945 May 2, 5, 8-9, 14, 16, 18, 22, 26, 30-31, June 4, 6, 8, 11, 27, 30, August 7-9, 11

Box 1, Folder 24

Daily Pacifican, Vol. 1, No. 12, 1945 June 25, 4 pp., "37th Ten Miles from Guerrilla Link-up"

 

Series 4:   Manila civilian newspapers, 1945

Box 1, Folder 25, Item 1

Echoes from the Sierra Madre, "Official Organ of the Philippine Legion", Vol. 1, 1945 January, 12 pp.

Box 1, Folder 25, Item 2

The Pangasinan Herald, Dagupan, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1945 January 24, 6 pp.

Box 1, Folder 25, Item 3

The Liberator, "Pioneer Guerrilla Paper in the Philippines, Official Organ of the President Quezon's Own Guerrillas, II Corps Area, (PQOG), USAFIP", Vol. 2, No. 8, 1945 February, 30 pp. mimeographed. LIberation of Manila issue.

Box 1, Folder 25, Item 4

The Liberator, Vol. 2, No. 7, 1945 March 8, 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 26, Item 1

Voz de Manila, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1945 March 12, 2 pp., Spanish

Box 1, Folder 26, Item 2

The Vanguard, Manila newspaper in Japanese, censored by American G.H.Q., 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 27

The Victory News, 1945 March 15, April 24, 26

Box 1, Folder 28

The Manila Post, 1945 March 22, 28, April 8, 14, 17, May 2, 9, July 7

Box 1, Folder 29

The Philippine Liberty News, 1945 March 24, April 5, 14, 21, 24, 28, May 4

Box 1, Folder 30, Item 1

Manila New Day, Vol. 1, No. 10, 1945 April 8, 6 pp.

Box 1, Folder 30, Item 2

Manila Daily Mail, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1945 April 12, 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 30, Item 3

Manila Daily Mail, Vol. 1, No. 19, 1945 May 4, 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 30, Item 4

Bagong Buhay, Vol. 1, No. 27, 1945 April 20, 2pp., in Tagalog

Box 1, Folder 31

The Manila Chronicle, 1945 April 21, 26, May 9-10, June 21, July 1

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 1

Unidentified newspaper, 2 pp., in Chinese

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 2

The Chungking Times, Vol. 1, No. 10, 1945 April 29, 2 pp., in Chinese

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 3

Philippine Press, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1945 May 8, 4 pp.

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 4

Philippine Press, Vol. 2, No. 7, 1945 July 3, 4 pp.

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 5

Guerrilla, Vol. 1, No. 14., 1945 May 13, 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 6

The Fookien Times, 1945 June 8, 20 pp. Special supplement honoring General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, Chinese newspaper in English

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 7

The Star Reporter, Vol. 1, No. 26, 1945 July 7, 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 32, Item 8

The Herald Dispatch, Vol. 1, No. 9, 1945 August 7, 2 pp.

 

Series 5:   American occupation of Japan and Korea, 1945 and undated

Box 1, Folder 33

Emperor's proclamation of surrender at end of World War II, newspaper size sheet in Japanese, 1945

Box 3, Folder 1

Proclamations Numbers 1, 2 and 3 to the People of Korea, Yokohama, Japan, 1945

Box 1, Folder 34

Surrender of Japan ceremony on U.S. Battleship Missouri in Tokyo Bay, 1945 September 9, newspaper sheet in Japanese with photographs

Box 1, Folder 35

The Mainichi, Osaka, 1945 September 13. Japanese newspaper in English. Headline concerning demilitarization of Japanese Navy. 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 36

Office of the Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, Memorandum for the Imperial Japanese Government: Removal of Restrictions on Political, Civil, and Religious Liberties, 1945 October 4, 5 pp.

Box 1, Folder 37, Item 1

General Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces, Pacific, 441st Counter Intelligence Corps Detachment, Advance Echelon, Japanese Left Wing Parties, 1945 November 26, 10 pp., has been declassified

Box 1, Folder 37, Item 2

General Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces, Pacific, 441st Counter Intelligence Corps Detachment, Advance Echelon, The Peace Movement in Japan, undated, 4 pp., has been declassified

Box 1, Folder 37, Item 3

General Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces, Pacific, 441st Counter Intelligence Corps Detachment, Advance Echelon, The Political Personality of Toyohiko Kagawa, undated, 6 pp., has been declassified

 

Subseries 5.1:   Nippon Times, Tokyo, English edition, 1945-1946

Box 4, Folder 6

Nippon Times, 1945 September 15, 21-23, 26-27

Box 4, Folder 7

Nippon Times, 1945 October 2, 6-7, 11, 14, 30

Box 4, Folder 8

Nippon Times, 1945 December 25, 30-31

Box 4, Folder 9

Nippon Times, 1946 January 3-9

Box 4, Folder 10

Nippon Times, 1946 January 29-February 1

 

Subseries 5.2:   Pacific Stars and Strips, American newspaper for U.S. forces, published daily in Tokyo for U.S. forces in Japan and Korea, 1945-1946

Box 4, Folder 1

Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1945 October 3-6, 8, 17, 30

Box 4, Folder 2

Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1945 November 3, 12

Box 4, Folder 3

Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1945 December 10, 15, 22

Box 4, Folder 4

Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1946 January 4-5, 9, 13, 17-18, 30

Box 4, Folder 5

Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1946 February 3-5, 7

 

Series 6:   Post-war, regarding war crimes, 1945-1948 and 1987-1994; bulk, 1990-1993

Box 1, Folder 38

Simpson, William B., Investigation of Atrocities at Chusan Camp, Hanaoka, Akita-Ken, 1945 December 21, includes index and 10 photographs, 161 pp. Pages for Chinese translations are omitted. Chusan Camp housed Chinese military personnel and civilians captured by the Japanese in China and used as forced labor in Japanese copper mines.

Box 1, Folder 39

U.S. Counter-Intelligence Corps, Akita, Political section of Civil Intelligence Report, prepared by Special Agent 2652, W.B.S., has been declassified, 1945 December 29, 1946 January 5, 19, 26, February 2, March 15

Box 1, Folder 40

Clark S. Gregory, Chief Prosecutor, Chinese Division, Legal Section, S.C.A.P., Tokyo, Letter to Simpson wither verdicts for eight defendants in Chusan Chinese Camp case at International War Crimes Tribunal, 1948 March 8, photocopy

Box 1, Folder 41

Simpson correspondence with Ichiro Hisano and Jin Ishitobi regarding Chinese forced to work in prison camps in Japan, 1990-1992, includes information on and photocopies of Ishitobi's two books located in folder 42

Box 1, Folder 42, Item 1

Ishitobi, Jin, The Record of Forcefully Brought Chinese, Tokyo, 1990, inscribed on inside cover to William B. Simpson

Box 1, Folder 42, Item 2

Ishitobi, Jin, The Proof of the Devil: Proof 40 Years After the Chinese Were Brought to Japan, Tokyo, 1987, inscribed on inside cover to William B. Simpson

Box 1, Folder 57, Item 1

Hisano letter to Simpson, in English, 1992 July 17, 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 57, Item 2

Interview of Captain Zheng Nai Wen of China, in Japanese, by Ishitobi, in the monthly magazine, Ushio, 1991 September, photocopy, 10 pages on 5 sheets

Box 1, Folder 57, Item 3

Reports, in Japanese, by Ishitobi in the weekly magazine Sunday Mainichi, photocopies, 1992 May 10-17 (pp. 174-177), May 24 (pp. 172-175), May 31 (pp. 170-173), May 31 (3 pp.)

Box 1, Folder 58

Ishitobi letter to Simpson, in Japanese, 1992 July 17, 1 page; English translation, 2 pp.; Simpson response, 1992 August 31, 2 pp.; and Simpson letter to Ichiro Hisano, 1992 August 31, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59

Correspondence between Simpson and Japan Public Television (NHK) regarding Simpson's participation in a NHK special documentary on Chinese forced laborers in Japan during WWII including related documents, 1946-1993; bulk, 1990-1993

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 1

Simpson letter to Mitchell Eisin, NHK Television, 1993 June 3, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 2

Chiyo Kobayashi letter to Simpson, 1993 June 8, 1 page, with enclosure "NHK Special: Import Chinese Laborers!", 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 3

Simpson letter to Shihoko Kashiwagi, 1993 June 10, 4 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 4

Kashiwagi letter to Simpson, 1993 June 16, 1 page; includes list of questions to Simpson, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 5

Simpson letter to Kashiwagi, 1993 June 18, 1 pp. with Simpson's responses to questions, 3 pp. and photograph photocopies, 6 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 6

Kashiwagi letter to Simpson, 1993 June 24, 1 page with translation of Ushio article, "The Hanaoka Trial -- The Truth After 46 Years", 9 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 7

Kashiwagi letter to Simpson, 1993 July 8, 1 page, with interview questions, 1 page and additional information, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 8

Simpson's answers to interview questions posed by Kashiwagi in 1993 July 8 letter, 6 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 9

Kashiwagi letter to Simpson, 1993 July 22, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 10

Simpson letter to The Mayor of Jefferson, North Carolina regarding the location of Captain U.S. Grant Bauguess, 1987 April 5, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 11

Michael Dixon, Town Manager of Jefferson, NC, letter to Simpson regarding death of Captain U.S. Grant Bauguess, 1987 April 13, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 12

U.S. Grant Bauguess letter to Simpson, 1946 June 17, 1 page with newspaper article, "Freed Chinese Tell of Jap Horror Mines", 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 13

List of five photographs taken by Simpson on return to Japan in Fall 1947 as Consultant for War Crimes Cases, 1 page

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 14

Evidence arranged by charges brought against defendants in Chusan Chinese Camp cases, prepared by Simpson, 1947 November, 20 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 15

Simpson memorandum to Leo J. Blackstone, Chief of Prosecution Division, SCAP, 1947 December 10, "Report on Trip to Akita-ken", 3 pp.

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 16

Clark S. Gregory letter to Simpson regarding verdicts for eight defendants in Chusan Chinese Camp case at International War Crimes Tribunal, 1948 March 8, photocopy

Box 1, Folder 59, Item 17

Bauguess letter to Simpson, 1948 March 14, regarding trial results, 2 pp., with newspaper clipping, "Three Will Hang For Atrocities To Chinese Prisoners", 1 page

Box 1, Folder 60

Correspondence between Simpson and Ichiro Hisano and Jin Ishitobi regarding NHK documentary and articles written by Jin Ishitobi, in both English and Japanese; includes article reprints in Japanese with English translation, 1993-1994

Box 1, Folder 61

Draft manuscript of Chapter 14, "The Chusan Cases Again", of Special Agent in the Pacific, WWII: Counter-Intelligence -- Military, Political and Economic by Simpson, 1994, 17 pp.

Moving Images 1, Folder 62, Item 1

Videotape, Elusive Foreign Ministry Report: Record of Chinese Forceful Hauling, by Japanese Public Television (NHK), 1993 August 14

Box 2, Folder 2

General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Regulations Governing the Trials of Accused War Criminals, 1945 December 5

Box 2, Folder 3

Headquarters Eighth Army, United States Army, Office of Commanding General, Subject: Rules of Procedure and Outline of Procedure for Trials of Accused War Criminals, To Presidents of War Crimes Commission, 1946 February 5

 

Series 7:   Miscellaneous documents relating to the Philippine economy, 1940-1952

Box 1, Folder 43

Philippine Executive Commission, Bureau of Finance, Manila, Annual Report of Banking Situation in the Philippines, fiscal year ended 1941 June 30, Manila, 1943

Box 1, Folder 44

Speeches on Philippine foreign trade, Manila,1940 May and 1941 August, 7 speeches

Box 1, Folder 45, Item 1

U.S. Army Civil Affairs Handbook, Philippine Islands, Section 8: Industry and Commerce, 1944 February 8

Box 1, Folder 45, Item 2

U.S. Army Civil Affairs Handbook, Philippine Islands, Section 9: Labor, 1944 April 14

Box 1, Folder 45, Item 3

U.S. Army Civil Affairs Handbook, The Philippines, Section 5: Money and Banking, 1944 December

Box 1, Folder 46

Crippen, Harlan R, "Philippine Agrarian Unrest: Historical Background," Science and Society, Vol. X, No. 4, Fall 1946, 337-360 pp.

Box 1, Folder 47

Economic Survey Mission to the Pilippines, Report to the President of the United States, Washington, D.C., 1940 October 9, 107 pp.

Box 1, Folder 48, Item 1

Philippine Statistical Association, The Philippine Statistician, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1952 June

Box 1, Folder 48, Item 2

Philippine Statistical Association, The Philippine Statistician, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1952 December

Box 1, Folder 49, Item 1

Central Bank of the Philippines, Statistical Bulletin, Vol. IV, No. 3, 1952 September

Box 1, Folder 49, Item 2

Central Bank of the Philippines, Economic Indicators, Vol. IV, No. 2, 1952 December 1952

 

Series 8:   Miscellaneous documents relating to the Japanese economy, 1943-1953

Box 1, Folder 50, Item 1

Leavens, Dickson, H, Far Eastern Postwar Monetary Standards, New York: The Monetary Standards Inquiry, 1943, 24 pp.

Box 1, Folder 50, Item 2

United States, Dept. of State, Occupation of Japan: Policy and Program, Washington, D.C., circa 1947, 173 pp.

Box 1, Folder 50, Item 3

Oriental Economist, Japan's Export Industries, supplement to "The Oriental Economist," 1947 August, Tokyo, 154 pp.

Box 1, Folder 51, Item 1

Supreme Commander for Allied Forces, Japanese Economic Statistics, Tokyo, 1947 September, 87 pp.

Box 1, Folder 51, Item 2

Ohkawa, Kazushi, International Comparisons of Productivity in Agriculture, National Research Institute of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Tokyo, 1949 September

Box 1, Folder 51, Item 3

Institute of World Economy, The Conditions of Japan's Economic Self-Support, Tokyo, 1949 November, 47 pp.

Box 2, Folder 4, Item 1

Method of Estimation of National Income by Distributive Shares, C.Y. 1946-48 and 1949 January-June, 15 oversize sheets, original. Photocopy is located in box 1, folder 52

Box 1, Folder 52, Item 1

Method of Estimation of National Income by Distributive Shares, C.Y. 1946-48 and 1949 January-June, 15 oversize sheets, photocopy. Original document is located in box 2, folder 4

Box 1, Folder 52, Item 2

Ohkita, Saburo, Outline of Japan's Economic Relation to the Asiatic Countries, Tokyo, 1950 March, 7 pp. typescript

Box 1, Folder 52, Item 3

Economic Stabilization Board, Research Section, Analysis of Post-War Japanese Economy, Japanese Government, 1950 April, 84 pp.

Box 1, Folder 53, Item 1

United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East, Summary of Japan's Trade and Financial Agreements as of 1950 April 15, 8 pp.

Box 1, Folder 53, Item 2

Iwasa, Yoshizane, Present Conditions and Financial Problems of Japanese Economy, The Fuji Bank, Tokyo, 1950 October, 25 pp.

Box 1, Folder 53, Item 3

Rice, Stuart A. and Calbert L. Dedrick, Japanese Statistical Organization, A Report of the Second Statistical Mission to Japan to the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Washington, D.C., 1951 July, 29 pp.

Box 1, Folder 54, Item 1

Nakayama, Ichiro, "Evaluation of the Japanese Economy," reprint from The Annals of the Hitotsubashi Academy, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, 1951 October

Box 1, Folder 54, Item 2

Nakayama, Ichiro, "Some Characteristics of the Japanese Economy," reprint from Economia Internazionale, Genoa, Italy, 1952 February. 18 pp.

Box 1, Folder 54, Item 3

Kodera, M.A., Post-War Inflation in Japan, Annual Studies, Department of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya Japan, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1953 August, 40 pp.

 

Series 9:   Miscellaneous documents relating to Korea, 1950-1951

Box 1, Folder 55, Item 1

United Nations, Mobilization of Domestic Capital in Certain Countries of Asia and the Far East, Bangkok, 1951, 239 pp.

Box 1, Folder 56, Item 1

Mitchell, C. Clyde, Korea: Second Failure in Asia, Public Affairs Institute, Washington, D.C., 1951, 52 pp.

Box 1, Folder 56, Item 2

United Nations, Korea and the United Nations, 1950 October, 96 pp.

Box 1, Folder 56, Item 3

United Nations, The Korean Question Before the United Nations, 1950 May, 30 pp.

 

Series 10:   Atlas and maps, 1943 and undated

Box 2, Folder 1, Item 1

World Atlas and gazeteer, Japanese with parenthetical English place names. highly detailed, in color. Numbered copy. Hard bound

Box 3, Folder 2, Item 1

Map of Sendai, Japan, 1943

Note

1:1,000,000. Prepared by U.S. Army, 1943, on basis of Japanese Imperial Land Survey map dated 1932, updated from intelligence reports. Place names in Ramaji style.
Box 3, Folder 3, Item 1

Large Japanese wall map of Southeast Asia (Resources)

Box 3, Folder 4, Item 1

Large Japanese wall map of Japan and Southwest Pacific (Resources)

Box 3, Folder 5, Item 1

Large Japanese wall map of the world