Materials consist of some personal papers, as well as booklets, pamphlets and other ephemera gathered by Huguchi while he
was working for the Civil Information Office in Japan after the War. Includes a report on audio-visual needs in the region,
with five hand-drawn maps and four organizational tables; 16 pamphlets on various topics and places, all in Japanese; a pamphlet
in Japanese on the Korean conflict; five maps (folded) including a Map of Sapporo, a Traffic Map of Hokkaido, a Map of Tokyo
(US Army, 1946), and an Organization of Government of Japan 1948 (prepared by US occupation, one of 400 copies). Also an
envelope with four letters in Japanese, some cards, Huguchi’s business card, his official Army discharge, and a letter to
his sister in California in 1950 (about the escalating conflict in Korea).
Eddie S. Higuchi (1920-1998) was a Nisei from Santa Clara, California. He served in the United States military as an interpreter
and received an honorable discharge in 1946 while serving in Japan. He remained there to work for the Civil Information Office
of the Hokkaido Civil Affairs Region. According to his business card he worked "Developing democracy through audio-visual
0.41 Linear Feet
(1 manuscript box)
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