Writings, correspondence, reports, studies, press releases, legal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to
post-World War II Allied military government in Korea and Japan; political, social and economic conditions in Korea; Korean-American
relations; education in East Asia, especially South Korea and Taiwan; the Panama Canal and the Panamanian-American treaty
of 1978; and the divestment of land from the Isthmian Timber Company by the Panamian government.
George Fox Mott was an American management and international affairs consultant. He held a number of positions as a writer
and lecturer, and worked in the fields of socio-political history, mass media communications, and technological management
26 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes
(14.8 linear feet)
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