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Series Description

Box No. 1-2.

Biographical File, 1966-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Biographical sketches, records, memoranda, certificates, correspondence, and clippings related to the career of John K. Emmerson, arranged by physical form.
Box No. 3-9.

Correspondence, 1965-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
Box No. 10-19.

Speeches And Writings, 1947-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscripts, notes, drafts, correspondence, printed articles, reviews, research materials, arranged chronologically.
Box No. 19-43.

Subject File, 1937-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, printed material, reports, charts, arranged alphabetically by topic.
 

Audio-Visual.

Note

See photo card catalog

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1966-1982

Box 1., Folder 1

Address lists, appointments, calling cards

Folder 2

Awards

Folder 3

Biographical data

Folder 4

Certificates

Folder 5

Clippings

Folder 6

Correspondence related to Emmerson's Freedom of Information-Privacy Acts inquiries

Folder 7

Correspondence related to Emmerson's nomination as Ambassador to Tanganyika

Folder 8

Education. Colorado College. Correspondence, class reunion materials

Folder 9-10

Employment

Folder 11

Invitations, guest lists

Box 2., Folder 1

Itineraries, travel schedules

Folder 2

Miscellany

Folder 3

Programs

Folder 4

Resignation and retirement

Folder 5

Travel in U.S.S.R.

Folder 6

Visa application form

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1965-1983

Box 2.

General

Folder 7

Undated

Folder 8

1965

Folder 9

1966

Folder 10

1967

Folder 11

1968

Folder 12

1969

Box 3., Folder 1

1970

Folder 2

1971

Folder 3

1972

Folder 4

1973

Folder 5

1974

Folder 6

1975

Folder 7

1976

Box 4., Folder 1

1977

Folder 2

1978

Folder 3

1979

Folder 4

1980

Folder 5

1981

Box 5., Folder 1

1982

Folder 2

1983

Folder 3

Abrahams, William M., 1978-1980

Folder 4

Ariyoshi, Koji, 1971-1972

Folder 5

Asia Society, 1968

Folder 6

Asian Institute for Public Policy, 1975-1977

Folder 7

Axelbank, Albert, 1973-1976

Folder 8

Baker, James, 1973

Folder 9

Barber, Willard, 1980

Folder 10

Barnett, Robert W., 1968-1982

Folder 11

Befu, Harumi, 1978

Folder 12

Behrens, Bernice, 1979

Folder 13

Bohlen, Mrs. Charles E., 1974

Folder 14

Borg, Dorothy, 1968

Folder 15

Borton, Hugh, 1975

Folder 16

Boyce, Richard Fyfe, 1971-1980

Folder 17

Briggs, Norman, 1980-1981

Folder 18

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 1967

Folder 19

Bundy, William P., 1967-1973

Box 6., Folder 1

Busk, Douglas, 1977-1979

Folder 2

Chao, Dan, 1973-1974

Folder 3

Chinese People's Association for Friendship With Foreign Countries, 1978-1980

Folder 4

Clark, Harlan B., 1967

Folder 5

Clubb, O. Edmund, 1975-1982

Folder 6

Colorado College, 1967-1972

Folder 7

Communist Party of Japan, 1977

Folder 8

Consulate General of Japan, San Francisco, 1969-1983

Folder 9

Council on Foreign Relations, 1967-1978

Folder 10

Crockett, William J., 1965-1966

Folder 11

Cronkite, Walter, 1967-1981

Folder 12

Crowe, Philip K., 1969-1976

Folder 13

Davies, John Paton, 1970-1978

Folder 14

Dingman, Roger, 1974-1979

Folder 15

Domke, Mrs. Paul, 1979-1983

Folder 16

Enoki, Masumichi, 1969

Folder 17

Eveland, Wilbur C., 1978-1980

Folder 18

Fairbank, John K., 1977-1978

Folder 19

Fearey, Robert A., 1968-1980

Folder 20

Foreign Service Journal, 1976-1979

Folder 21

Foreign Service Institute, 1966-1973

Folder 22

Foreign Service Research, Inc., 1969

Folder 23

Freeman, Fulton, 1968

Box 7., Folder 1

Galbraith, Francis J., 1967-1978

Folder 2

Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, 1979-1981

Folder 3

Glei, William F., 1978-1982

Folder 4

Green, Marshall, 1972

Folder 5

Gretton, Peter, 1974-1980

Folder 6

Habib, Philip, 1972-1978

Folder 7

Halloran, Richard, 1979-1980

Folder 8

Harding, Harry, 1980

Folder 9

Hickenlooper, Bourke, n.d.

Folder 10

Holland, Harrison, 1972-1982

Folder 11

Holloway, J.K., Jr., 1979

Folder 12

Holt, Pat M., 1975

Folder 13

Huang Hua, 1973

Folder 14

Huntley, James R., 1974

Folder 15

Immerman, Robert M., 1971-1983

Folder 16

Iriye, Akira, 1973-1982

Folder 17

Ishikawa, Daisuke, 1975-1980

Folder 18

Japan Defense Agency, 1965-1969

Folder 19

Japan Society, 1970-1982

Folder 20

Japan Times, 1969

Folder 21

Japan Trade Center, 1980-1983

Folder 22

Jessup, Philip C., 1971-1972

Folder 23

Jiji Press, 1969-1978

Folder 24

Johnson, Chalmers, 1972-1979

Folder 25

Johnson, U. Alexis, 1966-1982

Folder 26

KQED, Inc., 1977-1978

Folder 27

Kahn, E.J., Jr., 1973-1978

Folder 28

Kajima Institute of International Peace, 1973

Folder 29

Kennedy, Edward M., 1965

Folder 30

Kerr, George, 1971-1980

Folder 31

Kirkwood, Robert C., 1969

Folder 32

Kotani, Etsuo, 1971-1978

Folder 33

Lattimore, Owen, 1976

Folder 34

Lincoln, Robert A., 1974

Box 8., Folder 1

Macalester College, 1968-1969

Folder 2

Mansfield, Mike, 1980

Folder 3

Marker, Jamsheed, 1979

Folder 4

McConaughy, Walter P., 1969-1972

Folder 5

McLaughlin, Glenn (?), 1981

Folder 6

Meloy, Francis E., Jr., 1969

Folder 7

Meyer, Armin H., 1969

Folder 8

Min Kwan-shik, 1975-1979

Folder 9

Mlynarchik, Roy A., 1968-1981

Folder 10

Morris, Brewster, 1966-1978

Folder 11

Nakasone, Yasuhiro, 1979

Folder 12

National Archives and Records Services, 1975

Folder 13

Nelson, Clifford, 1977

Folder 14

Newman, Robert P., 1981

Folder 15

Nosaka, Sanzo, 1973

Folder 16

Novak, Michael, 1967

Folder 17

Oberdorfer, Don, 1980

Folder 18

Ogawa, Heishiro, 1979

Folder 19

Ohira, Mrs. Masayoshi, 1980

Folder 20

Okimoto, Dan, 1979

Folder 21

Onoe, Kazuo, 1971-1980

Folder 22

Osborn, David, 1970

Folder 23

Owen, Dwight, 1967-1969

Folder 24

Packard, George, 1968-1980

Folder 25

Patino, Washington, 1976-1981

Folder 26

Peterkin, Wilbur, 1978-1979

Folder 27

Petree, Richard, 1972-1976

Folder 28

Reader's Digest, 1968-1971

Box 9., Folder 1

Reischauer, Edwin O., 1969-1977

Folder 2

Riddleberger, James W., 1968

Folder 3

Roy, Stapleton, 1980

Folder 4

Rusk, Dean, 1968-1977

Folder 5

Salisbury, Harrison, 1971-1979

Folder 6

Sato, Seizaburo, 1974

Folder 7

Scalapino, Robert A., 1977-1978

Folder 8

Schodt, Eddie W., 1967-1974

Folder 9

Scott, John, 1971

Folder 10

Sebald, William J., 1967-1968

Folder 11

Service, John S., 1977-1979

Folder 12

Shaw, William, 1974-1976

Folder 13

Shimanouchi, Toshiro, 1973-1982

Folder 14

Shoesmith, Thomas P., 1967-1982

Folder 15

Sinden, Alfred and Theodora, 1978-1981

Folder 16

Sneider, Richard L., 1967-1976

Folder 17

Spinks, Charles Nelson, 1976-1977

Folder 18

Steeves, John M., 1968-1978

Folder 19

Sullivan, William H., 1972

Folder 20

Sutton, Gerald M., 1971

Folder 21

Swearingen, Rodger, 1970-1978

Folder 22

Symington, Stuart, 1972-1975

Folder 23

Tamba, Theodore, 1972

Folder 24

Time, Inc., 1967-1978

Folder 25

Toland, John, 1970

Folder 26

Treat, Payson, 1967-1969

Folder 27

Trezise, Philip H., 1970

Folder 28

Underhill, Francis T., 1969-1981

Folder 29

Vaccari, Oreste, 1968

Folder 30

Wakaizumi, Kei, 1967-1969

Folder 31

Ward, Robert E., 1968

Folder 32

Woodward, Richard J., 1976

Folder 33

Wray, Harry, 1981

Folder 34

Yasukawa, Takeshi, 1974-1975

Folder 35

Yomiuri Shimbun, 1969

Folder 36

Yost, Charles W., 1970-1978

Folder 37

Zurhellen, J. Owen, Jr., 1967-1975

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1947-1984

Box 10., Folder 1-10

Speaking engagements. Correspondence, l967-l983

Box 11., Folder 1

Miscellaneous notes, n.d.

Folder 2

"The Acculturation Process of Genus Correspondenti in the Mass-Komi Milieu and the Concatenacious Impact of the Foreign Policy Syndrome as Practiced by the Typus Diplomaticus", poem, n.d.

Folder 3

"The Future of U.S.-Japan Relations", n.d. Outline

Folder 4

Review of Gunboat Diplomacy by James Cable, n.d.

Folder 5

"Is Japan Changing?", February 22, 1947. News Broadcast (NBC)

Folder 6

"The Foreign Service and Foreign Policy", l967. Lecture notes and research materials

Folder 7-8

Lecture notes on Japan and U.S. Relations, ca. 1967

Folder 9

List of public speaking engagements, 1969

Folder 10

Miscellaneous notes, l969

Folder 11

"Japan: An Eye on 1970", Foreign Affairs,January, 1969

Box 12., Folder 1

"Japan and U.S. Security", speech, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, January 7, 1969

Folder 2

"The Security of Japan", March 15, 1969

Folder 3

"Japan and Disarmament and Arms Control", April 26, 1969

Folder 4

"China Makes U.S. Look at Japan and Taiwan", ca. 1970

Folder 5

"Japan's Future Role in Pacific Asia", ca. 1970

Folder 6

"Self Defense Forces and Japan's Role in Asia", outlines, ca. 1970

Folder 7

Review of Japanese Recognition of the U.S.S.R. by George A. Lensen, ca. 1970

 

Arms, Yen and Power: The Japanese Dilemma, 1971

Folder 8

Advertisements

Folder 9-10

Correspondence

Folder 11

Distribution list

Folder 12

Introduction to Japanese edition

Folder 13

Outlines

Folder 14-15

Publishers

Box 13., Folder 1

Reviews

Folder 2

Miscellaneous drafts, 1971

Folder 3

"Japan", Yearbook on International Communist Affairs,1971

Folder 4

Drafts and research materials on the Japanese Communist Party, 1971

Folder 5

"China-Japan's Role", New York Times,April 24, 1971

Folder 6

"Asian States", panel discussion, U.S. Army War College, November 29, 1971

Folder 7

"Ending of the War", ca. 1972. Outline

Folder 8

"Japan", Yearbook on International Communist Affairs,1972

Folder 9

Review of Japanese Foreign Policy on the Eve of the Pacific War. A Soviet View. by Leonid N. Kutakov and The Strange Neutrality, Soviet-Japanese Relations During the Second World War, 1941-1945 by George Alexander Lensen, 1972

Folder 10

"Troubles Ahead for Okinawa", New York Times,March 9, 1972

Folder 11

"The Balance of Power in Asia After the Nixon China Visit", Sekai Shuho,April 18, 1972

Folder 12

"The Japanese Communist Party After 50 Years", Asian Survey,July, 1972

Folder 13

"The United States and Japan: Uneasy Partners", Pacific Community,July, 1972

Box 14., Folder 1

Miscellaneous notes, 1973

Folder 2

"Japan: The Limits of Power", galleys and drafts, 1973

Folder 3

"Japan", Yearbook on International Communist Affairs,1973

Folder 4

"Japan's Next Turning Point", ca. 1973

Folder 5

"New U.S. Policy Towards East Asia", ca. 1973

Folder 6

Will Japan Rearm? A Study in Attitudes,1973. Co-authored by Leonard A. Humphreys

Folder 7

"Defense, Treaties and the Nuclear Umbrella", January, 1973

Folder 8

"Much Gets Done At Parties", Palo Alto Times,March 22, 1973

Folder 9

"Japanese and Americans in Peru: 1942-1943", Foreign Service Journal,May, 1973

Folder 10

"Japanese and Americans In a New World in a New Age", September l, 1973

Folder 11

Miscellaneous notes, 1974

Folder 12

Notes on Japan, 1974

Folder 13

"Japan", Yearbook on International Communist Affairs,1974

Folder 14

"Now...A New role for the U.S.-Japan Partnership", 1974

Folder 15

Review of Japan's Foreign Policy by Frank C. Langdon, The American Political Science Review,1974

Folder 16

Speech notes, 1974

Folder 17

"Arms Are Not Japan's Answer", January, 1974

Folder 18

"Interaction of the Four Powers in Northeast Asia", speech, Defense College, Tokyo, Japan, October, 1974

Box 15., Folder 1

Notes and research materials on Japan, 1975

Folder 2

"Japanese and Americans in a New World in a New Age", revised, 1975

Folder 3

Speech notes, 1975

Folder 4

"American Foreign Policy in Asia After Vietnam", April 30, 1975

Folder 5

"A Post-Vietnam Look at U.S.-Japan Relations", June, 1975

Folder 6

Review of East Asia and U.S. Security by Ralph Clough, Political Science Quarterly,July, 1975

Folder 7

"After 30 Years: Japan and America", speech, Osaka, Japan, September, 1975

Folder 8

"Independent 'Democratic' Communism", December, 1975

Folder 9

"Japan Today", speech, December 16, 1975 and January 7, 1976

Folder 10

Review of Asia's New Giant: How the Japanese Economy Works, edited by Hugh Patrick and Henry Rosovsky, 1976

Folder 11

Speech notes, 1976

Folder 12

"Italy, France, Japan -- Where Will It All End?", New York Times,January 8, 1976

Folder 13

"Will Japan Rearm?", speech notes, February 24, 1976

Folder 14

"U.S.-Japan", speech notes, November 10, 1976

Folder 15

Review of The Origins of the Cold War in Asia, edited by Yonusuke Nagai, Akira Iriye, 1977

Folder 16

"Taiwan 1939", The Asia Mail,April, 1977

Folder 17

"Letter From Japan", Foreign Service Journal,September 9, 1977

Folder 18

Miscellaneous notes, l978

Box 16.

The Japanese Thread: A Life in the U.S. Foreign Service, 1978

Folder 1-5

Correspondence

Folder 6

Distribution lists

Box 17., Folder 1

Drafts, synopsis, booklist

Folder 2

Financial records

Folder 3-5

Publisher

Folder 6-8

Reviews

Box 18., Folder 1

"Principles vs. Realities", ca. 1978

Folder 2

Review of Valley of Darkness, The Japanese People and World War II by Thomas R.H. Havens, Foreign Service Journal,1978

Folder 3

Review of "Cultural Relations and China Policy, 1942-1945", Pacific Historical Review,January, 1978

Folder 4

Review of The Origins of the Cold War in Asia by Akira Iriye, International Journal,January, 1978

Folder 5

Review of Japanese International Negotiating Style by Michael Blaker, Political Science Quarterly,February 24, 1978

Folder 6

"Japanese Political Parties in Transition, The Japanese Communist Party", speech, Association for Asian Studies, March 31-April 2, 1978

Folder 7

"U.S.-Japan Relations 1978", speech, Hakone Conference, July, 1978

Folder 8

"Concepts of Asia: From Tokyo and Washington", Asia Pacific Community,October, 1978

Folder 9

Interview for Mainichi,October 14, 1978

Folder 10

"A View from Yenan", 1979. 1 printed copy

Folder 11

"War With Japan Might Have Ended Sooner", 1979. Draft and typescript

Folder 12

"China: After 35 Years", Foreign Service Journal,March, 1979

Folder 13

"America's Expertise on Japan" June 29, 1979

Folder 14

Draft outline on Japan, July 30, 1979

Folder 15

"Stand Firm, U.S.", November 24, 1979. A reply to Yukio Matsuyama

Folder 16

"The Birth of Japan's Postwar Political Parties", 1980

Folder 17

Foreword for Japan: 1948-1954 by Betsy O'Hara, 1980

Folder 18

"The Security Environment in Northeast Asia", January 17, 1980. Draft, notes, paper

Folder 19

"Japan in U.S. Foreign Policy", paper presented to International Studies Association, March 1980

Box 19., Folder 1

"Our Asian Interests: Japanese Allies, Chinese Friends", speech, Commonwealth Club, May 30, 1980

Folder 2

"Keep the Japan Security Treaty As Is", Wall Street Journal,April 1, 1982

Folder 3

"Myths and Realities of Japanese-American Relations", Hokubei Mainichi,April 21, 1982

Folder 4

"Japan and America in the World", June, 1982

Folder 5

Review of Coping With U.S.-Japanese Trade Conflicts, edited by I.M. Destler and Hideo Sato, Political Science Quarterly,July, 1982

Folder 6

"U.S.-Japan Defense Agreements Transcend Economy and Culture", New York News World,July 9, 1982

Folder 7

"World Commerce and Defense: U.S., Japan Strive for Mutual Awareness", Daily News,July 10, 1982

Folder 8

"U.S., Japan: Beyond Trade", Fresno Bee,July 12, 1982

Folder 9

Lecture, Foothill College, July 22, 1982

Folder 10

Untitled excerpt from article, originally written for Journal of International Studies,(Summer, 1982) 1983

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1937-1984

Box 19., Folder 11

American Assembly. Correspondence, agenda, lists of participants, 1969-1970

Folder 12

American Ditchley Foundation. Correspondence, brochures, conference reports, biographical data on conference participants, 1968, 1980

Folder 13

American Historical Association. Correspondence, notes, program for annual meeting, December 28-30, 1974

Folder 14

American-Soviet Conference on Asia. Correspondence, notes, map, list of conference participants, program, paper, 1977

Folder 15

Asia. Bibliography, Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1969-1976

Folder 16

Asia Foundation. Correspondence, resume, 1977-1981

Folder 17

Asia Society. Program, participant list, 1975

Folder 18

Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast. Correspondence, conference brochures, list of conference participants, travel documents, memoranda, 1971

Box 20.

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. Correspondence, brochures, programs, lists of conference participants, applications

Folder 1

1970

Folder 2

1971

Folder 3

1972

Folder 4

1973

Folder 5

1974

Folder 6

1975-1976

Folder 7

1977-1979

Box 21., Folder 1-3

Association for Asian Studies. Correspondence, newsletter, summary of proceedings, report, working drafts, membership lists, 1969-1976

 

Atlantic Council. Correspondence, memoranda, working drafts, notes, papers, outlines

Folder 4

1979

Folder 5-7

1980

Box 22., Folder 1

1981

Folder 2-6

1982

Folder 7

1983

Box 23., Folder 1

Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. Printed material, 1972

Folder 2

Australia. Background notes, U.S. Department of State, 1966

Folder 3-5

Battelle Seminar and Study Program. Correspondence, working drafts and papers, questionnaire, brochure, progress report, memoranda, 1975-1981

Folder 6

Canadian Institute of International Affairs. Correspondence, meeting minutes, list of conference participants, printed materials, miscellany, 1968-1970

Folder 7

Chapman College. Correspondence, printed materials, 1973-1974

 

China

 

General

Folder 8

Correspondence, 1973-1977

Folder 9

Notes, 1974-1976

Folder 10

Printed materials, 1973-1976

Folder 11

Chang Chih Chun, 1944

Box 24.

History

Folder 1

Background papers for panel on the Cultural Revolution and China's foreign policy, 1966

Folder 2

"China: The First Year Without Mao" by Harry Harding, October, 1977

Folder 3

Literature. "Drum Ballad of the Chinese Guerilla Leader, Miao Ke-hsiu" by Chih Chung, 1937

Folder 4

Travel. Trip to the People's Republic of China by Yung Su Tsai, January l to January 26, 1980

Folder 5

Council on Foreign Relations. Correspondence, membership list, memoranda, conference participants, printed material, 1969-1981

Folder 6

DACOR Educational and Welfare Foundation. Correspondence, printed material, notes, fellowship applications, 1977-1981

Folder 7

Energy. Draft outline, "International Aspects of Energy Policy", November 9, 1972

Folder 8

Fellowship Forum. Correspondence, membership list, printed material, articles of incorporation, 1983-1984

Folder 9

Financial Research and Systems (FRS). Correspondence, memoranda, working paper, 1973-1974

Folder 10

Hong Kong. Background notes, U.S. Department of State, 1966

Folder 11

Indonesia. Background notes, U.S. Department of State, 1967

Folder 12

Institute for Defense Analysis. Correspondence, security questionnaire, current projects list, 1968-1973

Folder 13

Institute for U.S.-Japan Relations. Correspondence, printed material, 1981

Folder 14

International Congress of Orientalists. Correspondence, printed material, membership list, 1972-1974

Folder 15

International Cultural Exchange Foundation. Correspondence, general information data, course outline, reading list, 1974

Box 25., Folder 1

International Research and Exchanges Board. Correspondence, memoranda, personal recommendation, curriculum vitae, trip report by Emmerson,"Visit to the Soviet Union", October 21 -November 4, 1974, 1974-1978

Folder 2

International Study Project. Correspondence, research materials, memoranda, 1970-1971

 

Japan

Folder 3-5

General. Printed material, 1970-1984

Folder 6

Agriculture. Japanese press summaries, 1977

Folder 7

Allied occupation, 1945-1952. Outline, n.d.

Box 26., Folder 1

Defense

 

"Japan's Defense Policy -- Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" by Hisao Iwashima, June, 1974

 

Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan

Folder 2

1969

Folder 3

1970

Folder 4

1971

Folder 5

1972

Folder 6

1973

Folder 7

1974

Folder 8-9

1975

Folder 10

1976

Folder 11

1977

Folder 12

1978

Folder 13

1979

Box 27., Folder 1

Economic conditions. Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1972-1978; "Japan in a New Era of Change" by Kogoro Uemura, January, 1974; miscellaneous printed material, 1974, 1976

Folder 2

Emperor. Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1973, 1975; background information, "The Imperial Family of Japan", 1975; memoranda for the Emperor's visit to U.S., n.d.

 

Energy

Folder 3

General. Correspondence, memoranda, notes on Japanese energy shortage, 1980

Folder 4

Oil. Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1973-1975; U.S. Foreign Broadcast Information Service, 1973, 1974; memorandum by Yoshizane Iwasa, "The Oil Crisis and Japan", December 22, 1973; "Department Testifies on Arab Oil Embargoes", Department of State Bulletin, December 24, 1973

 

Foreign relations

Folder 5-6

General. Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1972-1978; miscellaneous photocopies of printed material; memorandum of conversation, Emmerson and others, on Japanese Security Policy, August 4, 1969; Yomiuri Round-table Discussion, August 31, 1969

Folder 7

China. Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1970-1973; printed material, 1970; "Japan-China Rapprochement and Its Economic Impact", by Jiro Tokuyama and Masayoshi Oiso, November 7, 1972; Joint Statement of Japan and China, U.S. Department of State Telegram, September 29, 1972

Folder 8

Korea. Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1977; notes, 1970; translation of meetings between President Kim Il Sung and Representative Tokuma Utsunomiya, August 9 and l0, 1974

Box 28., Folder 1-3

U.S.S.R. Japanese press summaries from the American Embassy in Japan, 1970-1976

Folder 4-7

United States

 

General. Japanese press summaries, 1970-1978; address by Nobuhiko Ushiba, Ambassador to the U.S., February 16, 1973; press release, announcement on talks between Ambassador Robert Ingersoll and Deputy Vice Minister for Foreign Affiars Kiyohiko Tsurumi, September l, 1972; text of U.S.-Japan Joint Communique, August 2, 1973; Japan-U.S. Relations -- Present Patterns and the Next Decade, n.d.; printed material, 1970, 1973; notes

Box 29., Folder 1

Security treaty. Japanese press summaries, 1972-1976; address by H.E. Nobuhiko Ushiba, Ambassador to the U.S., January 10, 1972; "The Japanese-American Alliance: America's Asian Pandora's Box" by Donald C. Hellman, ca. 1972; printed materials

Folder 2

Free speech. Notes, printed material, 1974

Folder 3

Kyoto. Japanese press summaries, 1973

Folder 4

Lockheed Case. Japanese press summaries, 1976

Folder 5

Miscellany

Folder 6

Nishiyama Takehiko. Personal sketch, remarks, October 22, 1982

Folder 7-9

Nuclear energy and nuclear weapons. Japanese press summaries, 1972-1978; statements by M. Nisibori, 1973-1974

Box 30., Folder 1-3

Politics and government

 

General. Japanese press summaries, 1970-1978; lineup of new cabinet and election results, 1966; printed material; "Japan, Current Political and Economic Developments", report prepared for Levi Strauss International Group, draft and typescript, March 18, 1977

 

Communist Party. Japanese press summaries, Foreign Broadcast Information Service, miscellaneous printed material

Folder 4

1970

Folder 5-6

1971

Box 31., Folder 1

1972

Folder 2-3

1973

Folder 4

1974

Folder 5

1975

Folder 6

1977

Folder 7

1978

Box 32., Folder 1

Constitution. Japanese press summaries, 1973

 

Elections. Japanese press summaries, printed material, notes

Folder 2

1969

Folder 3

1971

Folder 4

1974

Folder 5

1976

Folder 6

1977

Folder 7

Political parties. Japanese press summaries, notes, 1972, 1978

Folder 8

Polls. Japanese press summaries, 1973-1978

Folder 9

Sato Eisaku. Program of his visit to the United States, November 12-19, 1967, joint statement with President Lyndon B. Johnson, November 15, 1967; speech at National Press Club, Washington, D.C., November 21, 1969; Sato-Nixon Communique, November 2, 1969, notes; Sato-Nixon Statement, January 9, 1972; meeting at San Clemente, January 6-7, 1972

Folder 10

Tanaka Kakuei. "The Rise and Decline of Tanaka Kakuei: The Problem of 'Structural Corruption' in the Japanese Political System" by Chalmers Johnson, November 2, 1983; text of a joint statement following meetings between Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka and President Richard Nixon, Hawaii, August 31-September 1, 1972; "Research on Kakuei Tanaka -- His Money Veins and Personnel Veins" by Takashi Tachibana, October, 1974

 

Ryukyu Islands

Folder 11

Okinawa. Japanese press summaries, 1970-1974

Folder 12

Sensaku. Japanese press summaries, 1970-1972; report (incomplete), n.d.

Box 33., Folder 1

Science and technology. Japanese press summaries, 1977

Folder 2

Territorial waters and fishing rights. Japanese press summaries, 1977

Folder 3

Trade. Japanese press summaries, 1972-1978; printed materials, 1971-1972; "Economic Trends in Japan and Their Implications for the United States" from the American Embassy, Tokyo, to the Department of State, December 14, 1972 (photocopy)

Folder 4

Trade unions. Foreign Broadcast Information Service issuances, 1970-1974; printed material, 1974; notes

Folder 5

World War II. Outlines, "Road to War", "Peace Treaty With Japan"

Folder 6-7

Japan-America Student Conference. Correspondence, notes, articles of incorporation, programs, itineraries, printed material, memoranda, 1969-1979

Folder 8

Japan Center for International Exchange. Correspondence, report on major programs and activities, itinerary, 1976-1978

Folder 9

Japan Society. Correspondence, guest list, printed material, memoranda, membership lists, balance sheet, proposal, 1966-1984

Folder 10

Japanese studies. Correspondence, notes, forms, reports, summary of joint committee, 1972

Box 34., Folder 1

Kissinger, Henry. Japanese press summaries, 1972-1973; news release on visit to Asia, February 27, 1973; transcript of news conference, April 30, 1975; text of communique and transcript of news conference, Department of State Bulletin,March 19, 1973; "The U.S. and Japan in a Changing World", June 18, 1975, speech; "Constancy and Change in American Foreign Policy", speech, June 23, 1975;

Folder 2

Korea. Japanese press summaries, 1974-1975; printed materials; travel materials, brochures, memoranda, correspondence related to John K. Emmerson's trip to Korea for United States International Communication Agency, 1980; schedule for conference on Korea at George Washington University, May 1-3, 1975

Folder 3

Malaysia. Background notes, U.S. Department of State, 1966

Folder 4

Mid-Atlantic Clubs. Membership list, agenda, 1974

Folder 5

Miscellany

Folder 6

National Institute for Research Advancement. Correspondence, memoranda, proposal, 1976-1977

Folder 7

Nigeria. "Nigeria and the British Cameroons", background information, 1960

Folder 8-9

Okinawa. Correspondence, proposal, notes, printed material, reports, 1965-1972

Folder 10

Pacific Basin Economic Council. Memoranda, reference materials, printed materials, notes, 1973

Folder 11

Philippine Islands. Background notes, U.S. Department of State, 1966

Folder 12

San Francisco Committee on Foreign Relations. Correspondence, memoranda, membership list, 1981

Folder 13

Southeast Asia. Japanese press summaries, 1969-1976

Box 35.

Stanford University

 

General

Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Foreign visitors

Folder 3

Graduates in U.S. government

Folder 4-12

Alumni Association. Correspondence, memoranda, printed materials, itineraries, etc. related to John K. Emmerson's participation in Travel/Study programs, 1979-1982

Folder 13

Berkeley-Stanford East Asian Studies. Newsletter, memoranda, course outline, 1974-1975

Folder 14

East Asia Studies Theme House. Memoranda, statement, 1983

Folder 15

ASSU Guest Professorship. Correspondence, memoranda, 1982-1983

Box 36., Folder 1

Center for East Asian Studies. Correspondence, memoranda, faculty lists, 1972-1975

Folder 2-6

Center for Research in International Studies. Correspondence, memoranda, newsletter, language and course listing, research proposals, 1974-1981

Folder 7-10

Center for International Security and Arms Control. Correspondence, memoranda, agenda, project reports, conference participants, reports, papers, notes, 1974-1979

Box 37., Folder 1-5

Center for International Security and Arms Control. Correspondence, memoranda, agenda, project reports, papers, notes, preliminary proposals, research materials, working paper, 1969-1979

Folder 6

History Department. Correspondence, memoranda, course outlines, notes, student lists, book lists, student papers, 1966-1973

Box 38., Folder 1

Miscellany

Folder 2

Northeast Asia-U.S. Forum. Correspondence, memoranda, 1979-1981

Folder 3

Office of Admissions. Correspondence, recommendation forms, 1982

Folder 4

Political Science Department. Correspondence, course outlines, book lists, notes, student lists, 1967-1973

Folder 5

Project on U.S.-Japan Relations. Correspondence, memoranda, printed material, membership lists, proposals, 1974-1979

Folder 6

Public Affairs Fellowship Program. Correspondence, memoranda, 1970-1975

Folder 7

Sierra Camp. Correspondence, notes, participants lists, 1979

Folder 8

State Department Visiting Fellows. Correspondence, memoranda, 1967-1970

Folder 9

Workshops on Political and Social Issues (SWOPSI). Course outlines, course notices, 1979

Box 39., Folder 1

Stanford Research Institute. Correspondence, project team report, printed material, proposal, 1969-1972

Folder 2

Taiwan. Japanese press summaries, printed material, notes, 1972-1980

Folder 3

Takayanagi, Kenzo. "Reminiscences of Professor Takayanagi" by Thomas L. Blakemore, May 27, 1977

Folder 4

Thailand. "Thailand -- Long Form", n.d.

Folder 5

Toyota Foundation. Correspondence, memoranda, biographical notes, 1976-1977

Folder 6

Trilateral Commission. Correspondence, newsletter, joint statement, printed material, 1974

Folder 7

U.S.S.R. Japanese press summaries; World Affairs Report on the XXVth Congress of the Communist Party of the U.S.S.R.; printed material, 1970-1977

 

United States

Folder 8

Civil Service Commission. Executive Seminar Center. Correspondence, printed material, 1970

 

Department of State

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

Bureau of Public Affairs. Correspondence, 1967

Folder 11

Conference on East Asia. Notes, memoranda, conference participants, May, 1976

Folder 12

Personnel. Correspondence, memoranda, report, 1967

Folder 13

Senior Seminar on Foreign Policy. Correspondence, memoranda, notes, printed material, 1967-1971

Folder 14

Education. Printed material, 1968

 

Foreign relations

Folder 15-16

General. Japanese press summaries; "Why Policy Makers Do Not Listen" speech by Barbara Tuchman, American Foreign Service Association Luncheon, January 30, 1973; printed materials; "The Role of the United States in World Affairs", speech by Secretary of State Dean Rusk, May l, 1967; speech by Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg, May 12, 1967; "The Carter Administration and Foreign Policy", speech by Charles S. Edwards, April l8, 1977

Folder 17-18

Asia. "Political Realities in the Pacific Basin" by Claude Buss (?), November 12, 1975; speech by Ambassador Graham Martin, January 18, 1967; news conference of President Richard Nixon, July 25, 1969; "The Nixon Doctrine, Japan and China: A Personal View from Japan" by Jun Tsunoda, 1973; Japanese press summaries, 1971

Box 40., Folder 1

China. Speech by John S. Service, American Foreign Service Association, January 30, 1973; "The United States and Communist China", speech by William P. Bundy, February 12, 1966; statement by Secretary of State Dean Rusk before the House Subcommittee on the Far East and the Pacific, March 16, 1966; printed materials, 1966

Folder 2

Europe. "David Bruce's 'Long Telegram' of July 3, 1951" by Martin F. Herz, 1978

Folder 3-4

Japan. Memoranda (photocopies) from John K. Emmerson to the Department of State related to Japan and psychological warfare, sent from Yenan and Chungking, July-September, 1944; memorandum from the American embassy, Chungking, "Kazuo Aoyama (Kuroda): Japanese 'Revolutionary'", January 9, 1945; printed materials, 1972-1977; Japanese press summaries, 1972; study group papers, 1973

Folder 5

Lebanon. Memorandum from John K. Emmerson on Lebanon, February 29, 1956

Folder 6

Middle East. Memorandum, "The Present Status of the Arab-Israeli Conflict", from John K. Emmerson to Department of State, July 21, 1956; printed material, 1967

Folder 7

Information Agency. Correspondence, list of participants in overseas speakers program, 1975-1976

Folder 8

Social conditions. "Disintegrating America -- Ecology of Crisis", by Yonosuke Nagai, September, 1970

Folder 9

U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Science Program. List of attendees, agenda, 1967

Folder 10

U.S.-Japan Seminar. Correspondence, list of participants, press release, notes, March 24-26, 1973

Folder 11

Vietnam

 

Japanese press summaries, 1975-1978

Folder 12-13

Printed material, 1962-1967

Box 41.

Reports, press releases, memoranda

Folder 1

1954. "Agreements of the Geneva Conference on Indo-China, Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities in Viet-Nam", July

Folder 2

1964. "The Attacks on U.S. Ships in the Gulf of Tonkin and the Events That Followed During the Week, August 2-8, 1964"

Folder 3-4

1966. "Bombing North Viet-Nam"; "Concise History of Escalation in Viet-Nam"; "How Strong is the NLF?" by Douglas Pike; "The Myth of Civil War in Viet-Nam"; "Negotiation Attempts on Viet-Nam"; "Treatment of Civilian Casualties in Vietnam"; "Tuy Phuoc, Where Revolutionary Development is Succeeding", "United States Policy on Escalation in Viet-Nam"; "Viet-Nam Summary"; "Why We Are in Viet-Nam", U.S. Department of State publications, ca. 1966; "Text of 'Declaration of Honolulu' issued by the United States and the Republic of Vietnam, February 8; "Transcript of a News Conference by Cabinet-Level Officers of the United States and the Republic of Vietnam, February 7; "The Viet Cong and the People of South Viet-nam", April 4; "The American Effort in the Republic of Vietnam", memorandum for the record from Dwight H. Owen, Jr., September ll; "Vietnam, A Progress Report" from R.W. Komer to President Lyndon B. Johnson, September 13; statement by Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg, September 22; text of address to the U.N. General Assembly by U.S. Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg, September 22; "Programs of Assistance in South Vietnam Operated and Supported by U.S. Nonprofit Organizations", October; text of the Manila Conference Joint Communique, October 25; text of the Declaration of Peace and Progress in Asia and the Pacific, October 25; text of the 'Goals of Freedom' Declaration issued a the Manila Summit Conference, October 25; three statements of the Manila Summit Conference, October 25; "Viet-Nam and the International Law of Self-Defense", address by the Honorable Leonard C. Meeker, December 13; text of the letter delivered by Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg to the Secretary General, December 19; Secretary Rusk's news conference, December 21; text of the letter from Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg to the Secretary General, December 31

Folder 5-6

1967. Notes and parts of documents, background information for American Officials visiting Vietnam; "Comrade Vinh's Talk" (translation of North Vietnamese document); "Concise History of Escalation in Viet-Nam"; "Geneva Accords"; "JUSPAO Vietnam"; "Legal Status of South Viet-Nam"; "Information for Correspondents Visiting Da Nang"; "The Question of a Formal Declaration of War in Vietnam"; "Treatment of Civilian Casualties in Vietnam"; "The Viet Cong and the People of South Viet-Nam"; "Viet Nam: Civilian War Casualties"; "Vietnamese Constitutional Development"; "Vietnamese Political Dynamics", ca. 1967; Letter from Dean Rusk to student leaders, January 4 (related correspondence, January 24); "Negotiation Attempts on Vietnam", January 6; "East Asia Today", address by William P. Bundy, January 20; Secretary Rusk's news conference, February 9; address by Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg, February 10; memorandum from Anh Sau to Anh Tam (translation of North Vietnamese document, two copies), March 7; "Free World Assistance to Viet-Nam", April l; "Seventeen Years in East Asia", address by the Honorable William P. Bundy, May 3; "Strengthening Vietnam's Government...The Training In-Put", May 15; "Views on Vietnam, by Dwight H. Owen, Jr., June 10; text of replies by Dean Rusk, July 2; "The Situation in Viet-Nam and U.S. Policy", August 13; address by William P. Bundy, August 15; additional remarks by William P. Bundy, August 15; statement of Secretary of Defense Robert P. McNamara, August 25; statement by the Department of State, September 18; Secretary Rusk's news conference, October 12; "Another Round in the Great Debate", address by Eugene V. Rostow, October 17; address by Nicholas Katzenbach, October 17; interview with Dean Rusk, October 21; "Southeast Asia: Area of Conflict and Tension", Foothill College, October 28

 

1972. "After Ceasefire: The United States and the Outlook for East Asia", by Robert W. Barnett, December 20

Box 42., Folder 1

War. "Modernized Societies and the Uses of War", Ambassador Francis T. Underhill, Jr., May, 1978

Folder 2

Wilton Park. Correspondence, newsletter, conference information, printed material, 1973-1978

Folder 3

Woodrow Wilson Center. Correspondence, fellow and guest scholar appointments, printed materials, 1973

 

World Affairs Council. Correspondence, memoranda, printed materials, membership lists, conference information, programs

Folder 4

1967

Folder 5

1968

Folder 6

1969

Folder 7

1970

Folder 8

1971

Folder 9

1972

Box 43., Folder 1

1973

Folder 2

1974

Folder 3

1975

Folder 4

1976

Folder 5

1977

Folder 6

1978

Folder 7

1979

Folder 8

1981

Folder 9

1982

Folder 10

1983

Folder 11

World Population and Gross National Product. Charts

 

AUDIO-VISUAL.

 

See photo card catalog

Box: 44-85

Incremental materials

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