Finding Aid for the Tetsuo Scott Miyakawa Papers, 1946-1981

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Area, Interdisciplinary, and Ethnic Studies--Asian American Studies History--University of California History--UC Los Angeles History Economics--International Economics

Finding Aid for the Tetsuo Scott Miyakawa Papers, 1946-1981

Collection number: 1296

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

Manuscripts Division



Los Angeles, CA

Contact Information

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  • UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections
  • Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
  • Box 951575
  • Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
  • Telephone: 310/825-4988 (10:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., Pacific Time)
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Additions processed by:
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Tetsuo Scott Miyakawa Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1946-1981
Collection number: 1296
Creator: Miyakawa, Tetsuo Scott
Extent: 108 boxes (54 linear ft.) 2 oversize boxes
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: T. Scott Miyakawa (November 23, 1906- ) earned his BS from Cornell in 1929 and his Ph.D from Columbia University and taught at Boston University from 1946-72. His efforts to collect documentary materials related to the history of Japanese Americans and Japanese immigration to the United States resulted in the inauguration of the Japanese American Research Project (JARP) at the University of California, Los Angeles in 1962 of which he served as director from 1962-65. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, books, research materials, memorabilia, and photographs of Miyakawa. Contains files and other materials related to JARP and the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Also includes materials related to his teaching years at Boston University and the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Portions of this collection are in Japanese.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

Copyright to portions of this collection has been assigned to the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections. The library can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright. All requests for permission to publish or quote must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian, Department of Special Collections.] Credit shall be given as follows: © The Regents of the University of California on behalf of the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections.
Portions of this collection are restricted from use.

Restrictions on Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Advance notice required for access.
Contents of Box 103, Folder 9 are sealed until the year 2019.

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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Kikuko Miyakawa Packness, 1981 & 1995.

Funding

This online finding aid has been funded in part by a grant from the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Tetsuo Scott Miyakawa Papers (Collection 1296). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 2470244 

Biography

Miyakawa was born November 23, 1906 in Los Angeles, California; BS, Cornell, 1929; Ph.D, Columbia University; taught at Boston University, 1946-72; his efforts to collect documentary materials related to the history of Japanese Americans and Japanese immigration to the United States resulted in the inauguration of the Japanese American Research Project (JARP) at the University of California, Los Angeles in 1962; director, JARP, 1962-65; taught at University of Massachusetts, Boston, 1972-78; died August 2, 1981.

Additional Biographical Narratives

The papers of Professor Miyakawa (1906-81) reflect his long career in the academic world, and his scholarly involvement in documenting the Japanese American experience.
He joined the faculty of Boston University in 1946 and after his retirement in 1972 as an Emeritus Professor, became first a Visiting Professor and then Chair of the Sociology Department of the University of Massachusetts at Boston until his second retirement to the position of Emeritus Professor in 1978.
His commitment to Japanese American history prompted him to play a leading role in organizing the Japanese American Research Project at UCLA, which established at the UCLA Library the largest body of documentation in the United States for the study of Japanese immigration to and settlement in America. For additional materials relating to and acquired by the Project, see the Department of Special Collections registers for Collection 2010. The papers also include material for Professor Miyakawa's unfinished book, The New York Japanese and the Development of the US-Japan Trade.
by Michiko Yoneda, 1981
T. Scott Miyakawa (1906-1981). A scholar and teacher. A native of Los Angeles, California. Tetsuo Scott Miyakawa was born as the eldest son of Miyakawa Yukio and Rimu. He had two siblings, Kikuko Miyakawa Packness and Tatsuo Arthur Miyakawa. In 1931 he graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. From 1931 to 1941 he served as an English-speaking assistant to the Japanese manager of the South Manchurian Railway Office in New York City. During the wartime years, he was active as a member of the New York Emergency Committee for Japanese Americans and the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL). In 1951 he obtained his Ph.D. in Sociology from Columbia University. Most of his teaching career was spent at Boston University where he taught sociology from 1946 to 1972. As co-founder of the JACL-sponsored Japanese American Research Project at UCLA, he served as its initial director from 1962 to 1965. He was the author of Protestants and Pioneers: Individualism and Conformity on the American Frontier, Chicago: University of Chicago Press,
Date: 1964
; Pioneers of Japanese-American Trade, Tokyo: Morimura,
Date: 1970
; and co-editor of East Across the Pacific: Historical and Sociological Studies of Japanese Immigration and Assimilation, Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio Press,
Date: 1972.
The T. Scott Miyakawa Papers include personal memorabilia, incomplete manuscript on the East Coast Issei and the development of Japan America trade in the late nineteenth century, papers on his father's Japanese-English dictionary project, and miscellaneous photographs. These papers supplement the previously donated T. Scott Miyakawa Papers.
by Yuji Ichioka and Eiichiro Azuma, 1995

Scope and Content

Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, books, research materials, memorabilia, and photographs of T. Scott Miyakawa. Contains files and other materials related to the Japanese American Research Project (JARP) and the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Includes an incomplete manuscript on East Coast Issei and Japan-US trade in the late 19th century. Also includes materials related to his teaching years at Boston University and University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Portions of this collection are in Japanese.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Japanese American Research Project, 1962-65.
  2. Materials related to Miyakawa's last book.
  3. Materials related to East Coast Japanese.
  4. Boston University, 1946-72.
  5. University of Massachusetts, Boston, 1972-78.
  6. Other materials, including personal records and research materials.
  7. Personal memorabilia.
  8. East Coast Issei project papers.
  9. Japanese-English dictionary project papers, 1939.
  10. Photographs.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Miyakawa, Tetsuo Scott--Archives.
Japanese American Research Project (University of California, Los Angeles)
Universities and colleges--Faculty--United States--Archival resources.
Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1944-1945--Archival resources.
Manuscripts for publication.

Related Material

Title: Japanese American Research Project Collection of Material about Japanese in the United States
Identifier/Call Number: (Collection 2010).
Available at the Department of Special Collections, UCLA.
Title: Japanese American Research Project - Fading Footsteps of the Issei
Identifier/Call Number: (Collection 2010).
Available at the Department of Special Collections, UCLA.

Container List

Box  [Boxes 1-14]

Japanese American Research Project (JARP) (1962-65)

Box 1

New York series: Kuwayama Takamine, and Shin Nichibei section on New York.

Box 1

New Shimo translation #2.

Box 1

New Shimo translation #4.

Box 1

Nisei in the Pacific War front.

Box 1

Sakata supplementary materials.

Box 1

Reading, reprints, and bibliographies--1980 on Arai and immediate topics #4.

Box 1

UCLA materials, both JARP and 1974 Asian American Studies Conference.

Box 2

Important reprints on Japan.

Box 2

William Candill papers later items.

Box 2

Toge Fujihira papers.

Box 2

Miscellaneous.

Box 2

Asian American Studies V.

Box 2

JARP 1980 reports to Japanese American Citizens League (JACL).

Box 3

Asian American Studies and Research -- Asian American Movements, I.

Box 3

Bibliography relevant to East Coast Japanese History Project (JHP).

Box 3

New England Asian American Conference.

Box 3

New England Asian American Conference II.

Box 3

Themes, topics, and theories for JARP #2.

Box 4

Themes, topics, and theories for JARP #1.

Box 4

Documents--correspondence.

Box 4

JARP documents #9.

Box 4

JARP documents #8.

Box 4

JARP documents #7.

Box 4

JARP documents #6.

Box 5

Documents #5.

Box 5

Documents #4.

Box 5

Documents JARP materials #3.

Box 5

Documents JARP materials #2.

Box 5

Documents JARP materials #1.

Box 6

JARP documents -- a special, miscellaneous, including Ann Arbor.

Box 6

Articles and reviews - III.

Box 6

II outside speaking II, July 1, 1974-.

Box 6

I outside speaking I, to June 30, 1974.

Box 6

Smithonian Institution.

Box 6

Personal.

Box 7

Articles and reviews - II.

Box 7

Articles and reviews - I.

Box 7

JARP correspondence - miscellaneous.

Box 7

SO 302: Social Change - old notes II.

Box 7

Boston University (BU) SO 311: Religions and Societies - finished notes II.

Box 8

JARP miscellaneous.

Box 8

JARP enclosures to send out and project publications #2.

Box 8

JARP -- enclosures to send out and stationery.

Box 8

Personal A.

Box 8

Personal B.

Box 8

Personal C.

Box 8

Personal D-E.

Box 9

University of California Library.

Box 9

UCLA Bulletins #2 (except Library News).

Box 9

UCLA Bulletins and related official publications.

Box 9

A definitive history of the Japanese in America, 1860-1960 (3 drafts).

Box 9

A definitive history of the Japanese in the United States, 1860-1960 (3 drafts).

Box 9

JARP - UCLA Last phase extra copies.

Box 10

Shigeo Wakamatsu -- I, January 1, 1964-December 31, 1969 - JARP correspondence.

Box 10

Nisei schedule drafts #1.

Box 10

Nisei schedule drafts #2.

Box 10

Carnegie materials for discussion.

Box 10

Great split (and related items).

Box 10

Gladys I. Stone, November 1, 1964.

Box 11

Non-project chronological, January 1, 1970-December 30, 1972.

Box 11

Budgets - Miscellaneous for JARP.

Box 11

Non-project chronological, January 1-December 31, 1965.

Box 11

Non-project chronological, January 1, 1967-January 1, 1970.

Box 12

The Japanese in the United States, 1860-1960.

Box 12

Clippings.

Box 12

Extract from John Modell's, The Japanese of L.A. a Study in Growth and Accomodation, 1900 - 1946.

Box 13

Project -- duplicate copies.

Box 13

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) materials.

Box 13

Project -- chronological #1, July-December 31, 1965.

Box 13

Project -- chronological #2, January 1-December 31, 1966.

Box 13

Project -- chronological #3, January 1, 1967-December 31, 1969.

Box 14

Correspondence re JARP

 

Togusaki, Susumu.

 

Yasui, Minoru.

 

Yoshinari, Kumeo.

 

Okura, Patrick.

 

Kenji Nakane.

 

Nakamura, Gongoro.

 

Katsuda Mukaeda.

 

Chuman, Frank F., to January 1962.

 

Chuman, Frank F., to December 31, 1961.

 

Yoshimura, Akiji.

Box 14

Printed Christmas letters, 1955-61.

Box 14

Personal -- medical, 1978.

Box  [Boxes 15-32]

Materials re T. Scott Miyakawa's Unfinished Book

Note

Materials re T. Scott Miyakawa's unfinished book can also be found in Boxes 1, 3, 7, 9, and 12.
Box 15

Early New York Issei founders of Japanese American trade.

Box 15

Japanese immigration, Conroy and Miyakawa.

Box 15

Hilary Conroy #5.

Box 15

Hilary Conroy #4.

Box 15

Chinese immigration book.

Box 15

East Across the Pacific reprints.

Box 16

General -- including East Coast items not readily classifiable and evacuation (e.g. anti-Asian racism).

Box 16

Temporary K.K. Kawakami.

Box 16

Advice and suggestions on research and project.

Box 16

Personalities and events (miscellaneous such as elections, exhibits, athletics, and personal biographies).

Box 16

K.K. Kawakami papers #1 (mainly photocopied photos and posters).

Box 16

K.K. Kawakami papers #2.

Box 16

Photos.

Box 16

Letters.

Box 16

Letters to be preserved.

Box 17

Asian American Studies IV.

Box 17

Asian American Studies III, second conference, San Jose, 1973.

Box 17

Asian American Studies and Movements II.

Box 18

Flower arrangement.

Box 18

Race relations special -- mainly Martin Luther King assassination (incomplete).

Box 18

Columbia.

Box 18

Investment fund data.

Box 18

Prospectuses.

Box 19

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) (includes some receipts).

Box 19

Special interest clippings and reprints.

Box 19

Americana.

Box 19

Arts (and some comparative cultures except some on Japan).

Box 19

Boston - city and area.

Box 19

Children's books.

Box 19

East Asia, including some Southeast Asia, but not Japan.

Box 19

Ceylon and South and Southeast Asia.

Box 19

Education.

Box 19

European Ethnics.

Box 19

John Birch and right wing propaganda.

Box 20

Personal miscellaneous.

Box 20

Politics and movements.

Box 20

Population explosion and social consequences.

Box 20

Race relations #3.

Box 20

Race relations special #2.

Box 20

Race relations especially non-Negro aspects.

Box 20

Religion.

Box 21

Photocopied working draft, Spring 1981.

Box 21

Preliminary complete draft.

Box 21

Miscellaneous small clippings.

Box 21

Evelyn Nakano Glenn - Chinese and Japanese women articles.

Box 21

Extract from Social Control: the Contributions of Emile Durkheim, George H. Mead, George Homans by Lorraine Sahm Costello.

Box 21

SO 221: Asian Minorities in America.

Box 21

Telephone directory, 1973, (BU).

Box 21

SO 241: Elements of Sociological Theory - semester II, 1974-75.

Box 21

SO 241: Elements of Sociological Theory - semester II, 1975-76.

Box 22

Project chronological file, January 1, 1970-December 31, 1972.

Box 22

Issei interview schedules #1 (mainly the original versions).

Box 22

Tax receipts -- 1961-65 inclusive.

Box 22

Tax receipts -- through 1960.

Box 23

SO 372: Sociology of Industry Cases in Cross Cultural Situations.

Box 23

Industrial sociology course.

Box 23

Ceylon period correspondence unclassified, and post Ceylon travel items.

Box 23

Ceylon period correspondence.

Box 24

Copies of reviews, A-J.

Box 24

Interview with Mrs. Rose.

Box 24

Copies of reviews, K-Z.

Box 24

SO 372: Sociology of Industry Cases in Cross Cultural Situations.

Box 24

Case #4 - a research team in an Asian village.

Box 25

Conroy I (Kagiwada, Lyman, and Miyamoto).

Box 25

Hilary Conroy #2 (Kurokawa #1).

Box 25

Hilary Conroy #3 (Kurokawa #1 continued and Nishi).

Box 26

[Correspondence with publisher, 1960-70].

Box 26

Books and publishers.

Box 26

Clippings (6 folders).

Box 26

Departmental IV, July 1,1968-June 30, 1969.

Box 26

Holiday, October 1961.

Box 27

College and university.

Box 27

Commencement, 1981.

Box 27

Commencement Honors convocations.

Box 27

University and college.

Box 27

Sakata materials.

Box 27

Master calender.

Box 27

Search.

Box 27

Fellowship and grants.

Box 27

Union - FSU.

Box 27

Miscellaneous.

Box 27

Master calender.

Box 28

(Reserve reading materials)

 

Socialization for Achievement, pp. 187-200, by George DeVos.

 

Extract from On Understanding Non-Christian Religions by Ernest Benz from Religion, Culture and Society. (4 copies).

 

Extract from Olmstead's The Coming of the Anglicans. (3 copies).

 

Religion in Chinese Society, pp. 6-20, by C.K. Yang. (3 copies).

 

Self-study, College II, Sociology II.

 

For Jim Brady. (3 folders).

Box 29

Departmental -- to June 1980.

Box 29

Departmental -- July-December 1980.

Box 29

Drayfus Leverage Fund.

Box 29

Ethnic Heritage Draft, Japanese American Citizens League (JACL).

Box 29

Issei Christian.

Box 30

The Research Adventure - An Introduction to the Promise and Problems of Social Science Field Work.

Box 30

The Japanese American Community: Persistence and Transformation Over Three Generations.

Box 30

Japanese American Experience - pilot production proposal pilot script.

Box 30

Nisei Personality Characteristics as Measured by the Edwards Personal Preference Schedule and Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory by Steven K. Abe, Ph.D.

Box 31

An Exploratory-Descriptive Study of Socio-Cultural 'Barriers' to Health Services Utilization for Elderly Japanese as Perceived by Middle Age and Elderly Japanese Americans - a dissertation by Sharon M. Fujii, May 1974.

Box 31

Sharon Fujii, dissertation material.

Box 31

Parent Involvement in Boston: A Perpetuation of Institutionalized Racism by Rayleen Craig, November 6, 1976.

Box 31

Bridge magazine (2 issues).

Box 31

Educational Values and Preadaptation in the Acculturation of Japanese Americans by Isao Horinouchi, Paper 7 for the Sacramento Anthropological Society, Fall 1967.

Box 31

Japanese Firms and Offices in the New York Area, 1970-71.

Box 31

Kansai Gaidai, 1979-80.

Box 31

Project.

Box 32

Dissertation.

Box 32

Contents box Research Interviews Java, India, Tanganika..

Box 32

Cartons - moving.

Box 32

Important historical records.

Box 32

SO 333: Sociology of Religion - Semester II, 1973-74, 1974-75, finished notes.

Box 32

SO 241 - midterm exam.

Box 32

SO 333 - 1975-76.

Box  [Boxes 33-42 and Oversize Box 43]

Materials re East Coast Japanese

Note

Materials re East Coast Japanese can also be found in Boxes 1 and 15.
Box 33

Thomas T. Hayashi and Ronald Inouye.

Box 33

Joe Imai.

Box 33

East Coast history - current expenses.

Box 33

East Coast history - II drafts of paper for the committee II.

Box 33

Japanese company records under Department of Justice control (Incomplete - fuller files under individual correspondents).

Box 33

East Coast Project - Reischauer and Inouye letters and UCLA announcement.

Box 33

East Coast history - miscellaneous notes.

Box 33

East Coast - committee meetings and reports.

Box 33

East Coast history - publicity correspondence.

Box 33

East Coast - general correspondence.

Box 34

East Coast history and Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) and JACL - JARP.

Box 34

Satoko Asano and Parel Watanabe.

Box 34

Yuichiro Asano.

Box 34

East Coast - JARP, UCLA Issei lists.

Box 34

East Coast history - group concerned or interested.

Box 34

East Coast history - potential research staff.

Box 34

East Coast - bibliography and potential sources.

Box 34

Special East Coast ideas and themes.

Box 34

Masa and Ichiro Shirato, reports and East Coast correspondence copies.

Box 34

East Coast history - publicity.

Box 34

East Coast - articles and papers.

Box 35

Shimo translation (miscellaneous).

Box 35

New Shimo translation #3.

Box 35

East Coast - general, 1966, notes and papers.

Box 35

Momotaro Sato documents.

Box 35

Arai correspondence (contemporary).

Box 35

Arai documents.

Box 36

Arai documents #1.

Box 36

Reprints and reading notes mainly on the East Coast #1.

Box 36

Reprints and reading notes mainly on the East Coast #2.

Box 36

Reprints and reading notes mainly on the East Coast #3.

Box 36

1969 UCLA material -- miscellaneous papers from UCLA.

Box 36

1969, including East Coast interview and bibliography.

Box 37

New York #3 miscellaneous.

Box 37

New York - incomplete, active.

Box 37

New York #2 (N.Y. Nihonjin Hattenkai).

Box 37

New York, 1966, notes and papers #1.

Box 37

Earlier East Coast Issei.

Box 37

Draft, Spring 1981.

Box 38

East Coast correspondence #1, to June 30, 1971.

Box 38

Early New York Issei founders draft and copies.

Box 38

Boston University (BU) examinations, SO 106.

Box 38

BU examinations, SO 302 and 311.

Box 38

BU examinations, SO 407, 408 and 520.

Box 38

BU examinations, SO 517.

Box 38

Graduate examinations.

Box 39

Manuscript Chinese-American.

Box 39

East Coast Japanese History Project.

Box 39

SO 221: Asian Minorities in America.

Box 39

Appointment book.

Box 39

Personal correspondence listing.

Box 39

Correspondence clippings.

Box 39

Yamato, Florida, A colony of Japanese farmers in Florida.

Box 39

Annual report of the economy (from Consulate General of Japan).

Box 39

Personal.

Box 39

Clippings.

Box 39

Research and development in Japan.

Box 40

Diary, 1948-50, Mrs. Tora Oura.

Box 40

Diary, 1951-53, Mrs. Tora Oura.

Box 40

Record (account), 1939-44.

Box 40

Record (account), April 20, 1948-September 30, 1953.

Box 41

Diary, 1954-56, Mrs. T. Oura.

Box 41

Diary, 1957-59, Mrs. T. Oura.

Box 41

Record (account), 1939-44.

Box 41

Record and diary, 1948-53.

Box 42

Small groups and original material donated to T. Scott Miyakawa.

 

Letters to Nishimiya.

 

Postcards Chitose Nishimura.

 

Notebook #A - books read for East Coast and topics for further consideration.

 

East Coast Japanese documents, Trenton Rotary Club Bulletin.

 

Tadafumi Mikuriya correspondence.

 

Washington, D.C. Japanese Association Records.

Oversize Box 43

Oura scrapbook, 1919-43, including photograph.

Box  [Boxes 44-57]

Boston University (BU) (1946-1972)

Note

Materials re Boston University can also be found in Boxes 7, 21, 38, and 39.
Box 44

Foundations, Japan.

Box 44

BU Graduate School Research Fund.

Box 44

Fellowships.

Box 44

Arai MS (current September 1979).

Box 44

Canada - miscellaneous.

Box 44

South - miscellaneous.

Box 44

Hawaii - miscellaneous.

Box 44

Latin America - including Brazil and Bolivia.

Box 44

Pennsylvania, especially Philadelphia materials.

Box 44

Washington, D.C.

Box 44

West - miscellaneous.

Box 44

Seabrook and New Jersey in general.

Box 44

Middle West - miscellaneous.

Box 44

East Coast - South Atlantic.

Box 45

Social change -- old notes I (1970-).

Box 45

SO 302E: Social Change - (finished notes) 1972.

Box 45

SO 311: Religions and Societies - clippings and extracts.

Box 45

Sociological theory directed study.

Box 45

SO 311: Religions and Societies - (old notes).

Box 45

SO 407 - 408: Sociological Theories - old notes #2.

Box 46

SO 407: Sociological Theories - old notes.

Box 46

SO 517: Seminar in Minorities.

Box 46

SO 517: Seminar on Minority Groups.

Box 46

SO 520: East Asian Social Institutions, 1972-73.

Box 46

SO 520: East Asian Social Institutions - finished, 1974-75.

Box 46

SO 520: East Asian Social Institutions - semester II, 1973-74.

Box 46

SO 520: East Asian Social Institutions - finished notes, miscellaneous.

Box 46

East Asian Social Institutions, proposed course SO 420: Preliminary Asian Societies.

Box 46

BU - Strauss articles.

Box 47

SO 106E: Principles of Sociology - metro completed notes, 1969-71.

Box 47

SO 106: Principles of Sociology.

Box 47

SO 106 - previous notes, 1965-68.

Box 47

X Departmental, to December 31, 1978.

Box 47

Departmental IX, July 1, 1973-.

Box 47

Departmental VIII, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973.

Box 47

BU official V, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973.

Box 47

BU official IV, July 1, 1971-June 30, 1972.

Box 48

Finances and investments.

Box 48

Grades - except one 106 and all metro classes.

Box 48

Class lists (Graduated) and previous faculty addresses.

Box 48

BU recruitment, January 1981-.

Box 48

Chronological - BU, January 1, 1967.

Box 48

XI Departmental, from January 1, 1979.

Box 48

CLA VII, July 1, 1972-.

Box 48

Advisees and directed studies.

Box 49

BU official VI, July 1, 1973-.

Box 49

Metro materials including student grades.

Box 49

BU Graduate students - bibliographies, dissertation proposals and abstracts.

Box 49

BU general V, July 1, 1972-.

Box 49

BU Bibliographies - miscellaneous bibliographies and sources suggested by BU Staff.

Box 49

Personal applications.

Box 49

Personal World War I work - PC article by Wakamatsu.

Box 49

Personal -- BU personal, curriculum vitae, and related papers.

Box 50

Boston University - official and faculty personal folder #2.

Box 50

Boston University - personal items of official and faculty business #1.

Box 50

Japanese in America.

Box 50

P & P current materials - reviews: originals.

Box 50

P & P current materials - post publication correspondence.

Box 50

References and commentaries on P & P.

Box 50

Miscellaneous unpublished manuscripts and drafts.

Box 50

Notes for future papers.

Box 50

Autographs.

Box 51

Receipts #3, 1970.

Box 51

Non-project chronological, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1976.

Box 51

Personal - BU.

Box 51

Kolodny.

Box 51

Non-project chronological, January 1, 1973-June 30, 1974.

Box 51

1971 and 1972 calendar years - receipts and expenses #4.

Box 52

SO 520: East Asian Social Institutions - (Reserve reading material) extract from Twelve Doors to Japan by John Whitney Hall and Richard K. Beardsley (2 copies).

Box 52

SO 311: Religions and Societies - (Reserve reading material) Extract from Symbol for an Age by John William Ward and Andrew Jackson (4 copies).

Box 52

SO 520: East Asian Social Institutions - (Reserve reading material) Extract from Farm family by-employments in preindustrial Japan by Thomas C. Smith.

Box 52

SO 302: Social Change - (Reserve reading material) Extracts from Middletown Now by Richard R. Lingeman and 'Middletown' Revisited: Still in Transition (3 copies).

Box 52

Preliminary draft, Meiji foreign economic policy: first phase 1868-93 by Arthur E. Tiedemann.

Box 52

SO 311: Religions and Societies - (Reserve reading material) Extract from From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology (4 copies).

Box 52

SO 302: Social Change - (Reserve reading material) Extract from Industrial Relations and the Social Order by Wilbert Moore (3 copies).

Box 52

SO 311: Religions and Societies - (Reserve reading material) Extract from The Second Great Awakening as an Organizing Process, 1780-1830: An Hypothesis by Donald G. Mathews from American Quarterly, Spring 1969 (3 copies).

Box 52

The University Entrance Examination in Japan paper by Mary Ellen Warner.

Box 52

SO 805 - (Reserve reading material) The American Christian Protestant Missionary Institution or The Two-Way Cultural Process: India and the United States by Margaret F. Kruizenga, March 1953.

Box 52

SO 311: Religions and Societies - (Reserve reading material) (3 copies).

Box 52

Asians Are... Collection of essays by 5th and 6th graders, April 1972.

Box 52

Some Methodological Problems in the Empirical Study of Values.

Box 52

Pacific Migration to the United States Trends and Themes in Historical and Sociological Literature by Shirley Hune for RIIES Bibliographic Studies No.2.

Box 53

(Research Papers)

 

Toward the study of the Chinese community in U.S.A. - a theoretical and methodological assessment by Bettina Kin-Ying Chu.

 

Marx's theory of social change by Selby H. Joffe, July 22, 1967.

 

The outcaste problem in Japan.

 

Japanese Youth today: 'Inbetween' by Paul Robbins, also his final exam.

 

The employment system of advanced capitalism: the case of the U.S. by Satoko Asano, 1980.

 

The structures of the Life-world: the legacy of Alfred Schutz by George Psathas, August 1974.

 

Neighborhood typologies and social ecological theory by Frank L. Sweetser, August 16, 1978.

 

Psychiatry and the Polity: the Soviet case and some general implications by Mark G. Field, October 1975.

 

Speculation on the Impact of the Enlightenment on Sociology 3rd draft, January 10.

Box 53

3 roll books.

Box 54

Miscellaneous earlier items.

Box 54

BU official II, 1969.

Box 54

BU official III, 1970-.

Box 55

SO 333. (2 folders)

Box 55

II Shiken (Final examination).

Box 55

Book order.

Box 55

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Japan-US Friendship Commission (JUSFC).

Box 55

Ethnic Studies concentration.

Box 55

Shiken - Examinations.

Boxes 56-57

(BU materials)

Box 56

Notebook.

Box 56

Department meeting.

Box 56

Department II [Sociology department].

Box 56

American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and miscellaneous activities.

Box 56

Asian Studies VII, July 1-December 31, 1980.

Box 56

Correspondence.

Box 56

Marsha Gordon.

Box 56

White, Merry.

Box 56

Asian Studies VI, June 1979-.

Box 57

II Vice Chancellor AA and Provosts, from January 1, 1978, folder II.

Box 57

Dean, Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS).

Box 57

Miscellaneous departmental, to June 30, 1979.

Box 57

Higher administration except Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) and Dean.

Box  [Boxes 58-70]

University of Massachusetts at Boston (UMB) (1972-1978)

Note

Materials re University of Massachusetts at Boston can also be found in Boxes 28, 29, and 39.
Box 58

UMB Correspondence.

Box 58

UMB Departmental II, July 1, 1973.

Box 58

University of Massachsetts chronological.

Box 58

UMB: Department of Sociology.

 

SO 220, Fall-1975, 1976 and 1977.

 

SO 520, 1975.

 

SO 254, Fall 1972.

 

SO 254 - second semester completed Lecture Notes.

 

SO 220: Asian Social Institutions - semester II, 1973-74.

 

SO 220, Fall 1978.

 

SO 220, Fall 1974.

 

SO 221: Asian Americans - finished notes.

 

SO 221.

Box 58

East Asian Institutions IV.

Boxes 58-59

East Asian Institutions II.

Box 59

University of Massachusetts.

Box 59

East Asian Institutions I.

Box 59

Asian Americans Materials II.

Box 59

UMB Asian American course SO 221.

Box 60

UMB Sociology of religion.

Box 60

241 UMB, 1974-75.

Box 60

UMB Examination.

Box 60

UMB Grades.

Box 60

241, 1975-76.

Box 60

Great Issues.

Box 60

Logs: Locations and Storage.

Box 60

Miscellaneous addresses, including Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) lists.

Box 60

East Coast Japanese History Project Drafts of papers for the committee.

Box 61

Project A-B.

Box 61

Project C-F.

Box 61

Project G-I.

Box 61

Project J-K.

Box 61

Project L-M.

Box 61

Project N-O.

Box 61

Project P-R.

Box 61

Project S.

Box 61

University of Massachusetts Departmental.

Box 62

University of Massachusetts.

Box 62

UMB correspondence, from January 1, 1981.

Box 62

Project T.

Box 62

Project U-V.

Box 62

Project W.

Box 62

Project X-Z.

Box 62

Project UCLA (except Joe Masaoka, Yasuo Sakata and R.A. Wilson in separate folders).

Box 62

Yasuo Sakata (from July 1, 1980).

Box 63

Senate and Assembly.

Box 63

China Connection II, from September 1, 1980.

Box 63

Library.

Box 63

Enrollment Data and Spring schedule.

Box 63

Departmental, January 1, 1981-.

Box 63

East Asian committee.

Box 63

College and University.

Box 63

Miscellaneous.

Box 63

SO 220: A Survey of Asian Societies (Reserve reading material) Extract from Women in Changing Japan by Lebra and others (2 copies).

Box 64

Chronological (incomplete).

Box 64

Dean, Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS), to June 1980.

Box 64

China visit 1.

Box 64

Grants.

Box 64

Meetings.

Box 64

Personal (UMB), to June 30, 1980.

Box 64

UMB Personal, from July 1, 1980.

Box 65

SO 221: Asian American proposal.

Box 65

SO 241 (course outline).

Box 65

SO 220 E.A. - social institution.

Box 65

SO 220 old syllabi.

Box 65

SO 333 (course outline).

Box 65

SO 333.

Box 66

Grant application.

Box 66

T76-O81 and Implementation Guidelines.

Box 66

James Kenney folder.

Box 66

James Kenney.

Box 66

Kenney 4th year.

Box 66

Course evaluation forms (3 envelopes).

Box 66

SO 221: Asian Minorities in America and the Asian American Experience. (Reserve reading material).

 

Extract from Saxton's Rehabilitation of the Democratic Party (3 copies).

 

Research reports and notes and Socioeconomic differentials among non-white races extract (3 copies).

 

Extract from Rose Hum Lee's The Chinese in the United States of America, chapter 4 Chinatowns (3 copies).

 

Extract from Miller's The Protestant Missionary Image (8 copies).

Boxes 66-67

SO 241 (Reserve reading material).

Box 66

George Herbert Mead 1863-1931 extract (7 copies).

Box 66

Extract from Human Nature and the Social Order by Charles Horton Cooley (4 copies).

Box 67

Extract from Charles Horton Cooley's Human Nature and the Social Order.

Box 67

Extract from Max Weber's, The Theory of Social and Economic Organization (7 copies).

Box 67

Extract from George H. Mead by B.N. Melzer (7 copies).

Box 67

Extract from Theodore Abel's, Introduction - The Foundations of Sociological Theory (6 copies).

Box 67

Miscellaneous.

Box 67

Isabelle P. Mao's The Beijing Language Institute: an Inside View plus correspondence (in envelope), 1980.

Box 67

Miscellaneous - catalog, China Exchange News (2 folders).

Box 68

Chairmen's Data.

Box 68

Asian studies preliminary.

Box 68

Asian Studies Committee.

Box 68

East Asian area program or major.

Box 68

Students' paper.

Box 68

Asian studies.

Box 68

Chinese and Japanese self study.

Box 69

Bulletin (UMB).

Box 69

Bulletin II, September 1974-.

Box 70

Research -- University Office of Grant and Contract Administration and National Science Foundation (NSF) Guide to Programs.

Box 70

Independent study - A Comparative Study of Education in Iran and Albania.

Box 70

Concentrators.

Box 70

Foreign programs.

Box 70

Individual majors.

Box 70

Correspondence.

Box 70

Personnel.

Box 70

A.S. 110/300.

Box 70

Materials - videotape, etc.

Box 70

Management reports, course requests.

Box 70

Miscellaneous.

Box 70

Academic Review Committee, February 1979.

Box 70

People's Republic of China (PRC).

Box 70

Core courses.

Box 70

Minutes.

Box 70

Expenditure - computer reports.

Box 70

Programs and resources.

Box 70

Concentration proposal 76.

Box  [Boxes 71-101 and Oversize Box 102]

Other

Note

Materials re Other can also be found in Boxes 1, 2, 6, 8, 10, 14-16, 18-20, 22-27, 31, 32, 36, 39, 44, 51, 65, and 70.
Box 71

East across the Pacific.

Box 71

American Bibliographical Center (A.B.C.) - Clio press.

Box 71

Democratic National Committee.

Box 71

Columbia University.

Box 71

Cornell items.

Box 71

Massachusetts and Boston Chapters.

Box 71

Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) National mail and correspondence.

Boxes 71 & 81

Travel.

Box 72

Yasuo Sakata (to June 30, 1980).

Box 72

Robert Wilson.

Box 72

Shigeo Wakamatsu - II, January 1, 1970.

Box 72

Project chronological, July 1, 1975-.

Box 72

Project chronological, January 1, 1973-June 30, 1975.

Box 72

Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) - Washington office, Harry I. Takagi.

Box 72

David Ushio and also JACL correspondence on the building program.

Box 72

Project M.M. Masaoka.

Box 73

Personal F-G.

Box 73

Personal H.

Box 73

Personal I-J.

Box 73

Personal K.

Box 73

Personal L.

Box 74

Personal M-MA to be inclusive.

Box 74

Personal M-from MI.

Box 74

Personal N.

Box 74

Personal O.

Box 74

Personal P.

Box 74

Personal Q-R.

Box 75

Personal S.

Box 75

Personal T-U.

Box 75

Personal V-Z.

Box 75

Non-project chronological, January 1, 1981.

Box 76

Non-project chronological, January 1979-December 31, 1980.

Box 76

Japanese Consulate General.

Box 76

Japan Institute (Harvard).

Box 76

II Japan society, from January 1981.

Box 76

I Japan society of Boston, to December 31, 1980.

Box 76

New England seminar on Japan.

Box 76

Japan Foundation.

Box 76

Jerry Porter.

Box 76

Japan - U.S. Friendship Commission.

Box 76

Retirement (personal) and Retired Teachers Association and miscellaneous.

Box 76

Boston University emperitic.

Box 76

National Endowment for the Humanities #2, January 1981-.

Box 77

Mother, from January 1, 1962.

Box 77

Receipts, mostly from January 1978.

Box 77

Current monthly receipts (rent, tel, Edison, etc.).

Box 77

Myrtis Campbell II, August 1, 1974-.

Box 77

Ginsburg and Muehl, Lisa, Doris, Gretchen, Ricky.

Box 78

Temporary file for active or unfiled material.

Box 78

The Asia Foundation and Asia Society.

Box 78

American Association of University Professors.

Box 78

American Sociological Association Asian American Group.

Box 78

American Sociological Association active correspondence, especially of the Committee on Minorities.

Box 78

Association for Asian Studies III.

Box 79

Eastern Sociological Society.

Box 79

Massachusetts Sociological Association.

Box 79

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.

Box 79

Carnegie Quarterly.

Box 80

Comparative Events.

Box 80

Comparative Frontier Studies (Oklahoma).

Box 80

Professional and Academic miscellaneous.

Box 80

Fulbright Alumni Association.

Box 80

Institute for Social Research.

Box 80

New England Charter JACL.

Box 80

New England Nisei Retirement Group.

Box 80

JACL organizational material (some correspondence included).

Box 81

Religion #2.

Box 81

Science.

Box 81

Social change and related items.

Box 81

Social Sciences - comments and critiques.

Box 81

Taiwan Independence.

Box 81

International Institution.

Box 81

Ads [advertisements] - Unsolicited (Signs of permissive age).

Box 81

Boston and New England, incomplete #3.

Box 81

Boston and New England, #2.

Box 81

Boston interview data (Boston #1).

Box 82

Project expenses, from August 1965.

Box 82

Issei schedule #4.

Box 82

Issei interview materials #3.

Box 82

Issei interview materials #2.

Box 82

Joe G. Masaoka #2, January 1, 1966-June 30, 1967.

Box 82

Joe G. Masaoka #1, to December 31, 1965.

Box 82

Joe G. Masaoka #3, July 1, 1967-.

Boxes 83-85 and 100

Recording tapes.

Box 86

Recording tapes - Influence Equation theory for the analysis of statically indeterminate structures Issei interviews, (brief outline, information).

Box 87

Receipts--Boston after return #1.

Box 87

Receipts--Boston after return #2.

Box 87

Receipts--(mainly since Los Angeles).

Box 87

Doris Owen Muehl Ginsburg Muehl's, from January 1-December 1977.

Box 87

Christmas form letters - early.

Box 88

Christmas form letters (2 folders).

Box 88

Correspondence.

 

Muehl.

 

Colette.

 

Smith.

 

Priscilla personal.

 

Ware.

Box 89

First and second installments of the preliminary draft of a book by T. Scott Miyakawa (BU).

Box 89

Third and final installment of the preliminary draft.

Box 90

Myrtis Campbell, to July 31, 1974.

Box 90

Enterprise Fund.

Box 90

Franklin Fund.

Box 90

Manhattan Fund.

Box 90

Natural Resources Fund #2 Tilco, inc.

Box 90

Natural Resources #1.

Box 91

Non-project chronological, July 1, 1976-December 31, 1978.

Box 91

New York Life Insurance Company.

Box 91

Personal miscellaneous, correspondence.

Box 92

Recommendations A-H.

Box 92

Recommendations I-R.

Box 92

Recommendations S-Z.

Box 92

Income Taxes, 1966-69.

Box 92

Income Taxes, 1970-73.

Box 93

Income Taxes, 1974-76.

Box 93

Receipts, mainly before 1978.

Box 93

Medex and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Box 93

II Medex: Accident related including Medicare.

Boxes 94 & 95

Diaries.

Box 94

Correspondence.

Box 94

Clippings.

Box 96

Job application.

Box 96

Official #2.

Box 96

Asian Studies VIII, January 1981.

Box 96

College T and University.

Boxes 97 & 101

Miscellaneous.

Box 97

Kansai Gaidai and China Exchange News.

Box 97

SO 241 - (Reserve reading material) Theodore Abel's Introduction - the Foundations of Sociological Theory.

Box 97

American Sociological Association (ASA) minorities draft.

Box 97

Chairmanship Data.

Box 97

Graduate Studies Annual Report.

Box 97

American Sociological Association (ASA) Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in Sociology (correspondence, reference materials, information from regional societies, minutes of October).

Box 98

Term paper by T. Scott Miyakawa.

Box 98

Dissertation by T. Scott Miyakawa.

Box 99

Applications for naturalization.

Box 99

Reproduction of the American Legion questionnaires.

Box 99

Examination schedule.

Box 99

Applicant's files.

Box 101

Letter (funeral).

Box 101

East Coast correspondence #2.

Box 101

Japanese American Company Records (inform.) documents.

Oversize Box 102

Golden Jubilee of the Japanese in Hawaii. 1885 - 1935. Published by the Nippu Jiji, Honolulu, Hawaii. 142pp. in Japanese. 10pp. English language edition of The Nippu Jiji, February 16, 1935, included at end.

Box  [Boxes 103-104]

Personal Memorabilia

Note

[Additions to the collection, 1995]
Box 103, Folder 1

4 United States passports.

Box 103, Folder 2

Various identification cards and membership cards.

Box 103, Folder 3

School diplomas and commencement programs.

Box 103, Folder 4

College transcripts and other school documents, ca. 1930s-1950s.

Box 103, Folder 5

Family financial papers, ca. 1910s-1950s.

Box 103, Folder 6

Death and birth certificates, resumé, obituaries, and elegies.

Box 103, Folder 7

Parents' Japanese passports and other personal papers.

Box 103, Folder 8

Parents' death certificates and other documents pertaining to their funerals.

Box 103, Folder 9

Letters and other documents.

Note

Contents of Box 103, Folder 9 are sealed until the year 2019.
Box 104, Folders 1-3

Documents pertaining to Disposition of Estate, 1981-82.

Box 104, Folder 4

Japanese American Research Project (JARP) correspondence.

Box 104, Folder 5

Correspondence pertaining to T. Scott Miyakawa papers in JARP, also a copy of the first part of the paper finding aid compiled by Michiko Yoneda for the T. Scott Miyakawa's Papers (Collection 1296).

Box 104, Folder 6

Documents pertaining to publications and Protestants and Pioneers: Individualism and Conformity on the American Frontier (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964).

Box 104, Folder 7

Miscellaneous documents.

Box  [Boxes 105-106]

East Coast Issei Project Papers

Note

[Additions to the collection, 1995]
Box 105, Folder 1

Draft of Struggle For Commercial Autonomy: A Beginning of the Silk Trade Between Japan and the United States, 1876 - 1888, by T. Scott Miyakawa and Yasuo Sakata, September 15, 1983.

Box 105, Folder 2

Draft of The New York Japanese and Development of Japan America Trade, Chapters 1 - 3, by T. Scott Miyakawa and Yasuo Sakata, Spring 1981.

Box 105, Folder 3

Draft of The New York Japanese and Development of Japan America Trade, Chapters 4 - 5, by T. Scott Miyakawa and Yasuo Sakata, Spring 1981.

Box 105, Folder 4

Draft of The New York Japanese and Development of Japan America Trade, by T. Scott Miyakawa and Yasuo Sakata, Spring 1981 (second copy).

Box 105, Folder 5

Draft of Earlier East Coast Issei, by T. Scott Miyakawa.

Box 105, Folder 6

Bound copy of Earlier East Coast Issei, and Pioneers of Japanese American Trade: Their Struggles and Triumphs as Described in Early New York Issei Founders of Japanese-American Trade (privately printed, 1970).

Box 106, Folder 1

Research notes and source materials in Japanese.

Box 106, Folders 2-4

Research notes.

Box 106, Folder 5

Correspondence with Yasuo Sakata.

Box  [Boxes 107-109]

Japanese-English Dictionary Project Papers, 1939

Note

[Additions to the collection, 1995]
Box 107, Folder 1

Preface draft and related documents, Japanese and English.

Box 107, Folder 2

Draft, A to Ko.

Box 107, Folder 3

Draft, Sa to So.

Box 108, Folder 1

Draft, Ta to Ho.

Box 108, Folder 2

Draft, Ma to O.

Box 108, Folder 3

3 Chinese character books.

Box 109, Folder 1

Draft, Lessons 1 - 30.

Box 109, Folder 2

Draft, Lessons 31 - 60.

Box 109, Folder 3

Draft, Lessons 61 - 80.

Box 109, Folder 4

Draft, Lessons 81 - 96.

Box 109, Folder 5

Draft, Lessons 97 - 107.

Box  [Box 110]

Photographs

Note

[Additions to the collection, 1995]
Box 110, Folder 1

ca. 1920s-1930s.

Box 110, Folder 2

ca. 1950s-1970s.

Box 110, Folder 3

Photographs and notes from the Tokugawa family.

Box 110, Folder 4

Cornell University track-and-field team photograph.

Box 110, Folder 5

Photo album.