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Maki, John M. (John McGilvrey), 1909-

Finding aid

John M. Maki Papers, 1887-2005 (Bulk: 1940-1990).

14 boxes (21 linear feet).
Call no.: FS 120
Jack Maki, ca.1983
Jack Maki, ca.1983

Born to Japanese parents in Tacoma, Washington, in 1909, John Maki was adopted as an infant by a white couple and raised on their farm. After receiving both his bachelors (1932) and masters (1936) in English literature at the University of Washington, Maki was persuaded to switch fields to the study of Japan. Following a fellowship from the Japanese government to study in Tokyo in the late 1930s, the war interrupted his plans. After being ordered to internment, he served with the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service of the Federal Communications Commission and in psychological warfare planning with the Office of War Information, and after the war, he took a position with the occupation authority, assisting in the drafting of the Japanese Constitution. Returning stateside, he resumed his academic career, earning his doctorate in political science at Harvard in 1948. After eighteen years on the faculty at the University of Washington, Maki moved to UMass in 1966, where he served as chair of the Asian Studies Program and in administrative posts, including as vice dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. In recognition of his efforts to promote relations between the U.S. and Japan, he was awarded the Third Class Order of the Sacred Treasure by the emperor of Japan in 1983. Although he retired from the faculty in 1980, Maki remained active as a scholar until the time of his death in Amherst in December 2006.

The Maki Papers reflect a long career in the study of contemporary Japanese politics and culture. Beginning with his earliest academic work on Japan in the 1930s, the collection documents the range of Maki’s interests, from the origins of Japanese militarism and nationalism to the development of the post-war Constitution and his later studies of William Smith Clark and the long history of Japanese-American relations. The collection includes valuable documents from the early period of the Allied Occupation, including the extensive correspondence with his wife Mary (1946).

Background on John Maki

John M. Maki (Hiroo Sugiyama) was born to Japanese immigrants on April 19. 1909 in Tacoma, Washington. Three weeks after his birth, his parents gave him to Alexander and Amanda McGilvrey to foster. The McGilvrey’s already had five biological children, all of whom were adults by the time they began to foster John. They legally adopted John in 1919, and at that time formally changed his name to John McGilvrey. John was also called “Johnnie” and sometimes “Jack.”

In 1927 John headed to the University of Washington (UW). It wasn’t really until his college years that he experienced racial discrimination. UW was a land-grant college and as such, required all able-bodied male students to enroll in military training via the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC). When John reported to duty, the commanding officer denied his admittance. Admittedly, John was more relieved at not having to wear the ROTC uniform than annoyed. However, shortly thereafter he had a more significant brush with racial discrimination that had a lasting impact on him. Somewhere in his college application he had indicated that he wanted to major in journalism. During the course or his freshmen year, the Dean of the School of Journalism called him into his office and informed him it was useless to major in journalism, as no American newspaper would ever hire someone who was Japanese. After this conversation, John decided to major in English, and eventually went on to study English Literature as a graduate student. During his second year, the English Department secretary expressed a similar sentiment as the Dean of Journalism and informed John he would never get an appointment to teach English literature, due to the fact he was Japanese. The secretary then asked John to switch from English literature to Japanese literature, and offered him a teaching fellowship in the Department of Oriental Studies. John accepted the offer and began to rigorously study Japan and Japanese literature. While participating in a series of student conferences, John met Mary Yasumura, and in 1936 the pair married. Less than two weeks after the wedding, they moved to Japan for a two-year fellowship that had been awarded to John. While in Japan, they paid specific attention to the role of women, strong presence of the military, and censorship. Mary also studied the art of flower arrangements, tea ceremonies, and Japanese cooking.

John and Mary returned home to Seattle in 1938 and John began his academic career in teaching at UW. Soon after Pearl Harbor, it became clear that the Japanese-American community was in trouble. On May 15, 1942 all people of Japanese descent were ordered to evacuate Seattle, so John and Mary headed to a holding center in Puyallup, Washington. They were only detained for about a month, as John gained clearance to work for the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service (FBIS) at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, D.C. John’s job was to read and analyze the enemy’s propaganda and discuss daily intelligence. John worked with the FCC from June 1942 to June 1943, at which time he was transferred to the Overseas Branch of the Far Eastern Section of the Office of War Information (OWI). His main job was to write directive for short radio broadcasts from San Francisco direct at Japan. In addition to this, he advised how other OWI operations should handle news concerning Japan. During this time John prepared the manuscript for his first book, Japanese Militarism: Its Cause and Cure.

Following the end of the war in August 1945, John applied to the Pentagon for a job in Allied-occupied Japan and received a position with the Government Section in Tokyo. John arrived in Tokyo on February 22, 1946, this time without Mary. While there, he studied the operation of government ministries in Tokyo in order to gain an understanding of how the Japanese government was operating post-war. After completing his study in Tokyo, John returned home and decided to return to academia, so he and Mary relocated to Cambridge and John enrolled in a Ph.D. program in Government at Harvard. John was awarded his doctorate in 1948, after just two years.

He and Mary then returned to UW so that John could resume his teaching career. John and Mary adopted two children: John Alexander and James (Jim) Perry. John was born September 10, 1947, and the Makis adopted him just after his first birthday. Jim was born September 1, 1949 and was adopted by the Makis when he was seven months old. John stayed at UW for 18 years. He taught, researched, published, and took up an interest in academic governance.

In 1965 John was invited to visit UMass Amherst as a possible candidate for head of the newly created program of Asian Studies. After several interviews and two visits the Makis packed up their life in the spring of 1966, so that John could begin his position as chairman of the Program of Asian Studies at UMass that fall. Eventually, John was made Vice Dean of the college. While at UMass, John continued his interest in academic governance. He continued to teach government and political science courses concerning East Asia. John also heavily researched William Smith Clark and, using documents found in the archives at UMass, wrote a biography of William Smith Clark.

Once established at UMass, John took an interest in the upcoming centennial celebration of the founding of Hokkaido University through Clark’s work. Both he and Mary were active participants in the development and planning of gifts for the occasion. The climax of the centennial was the signing of a sister-university agreement between UMass and Hokkaido. At the centennial, John was awarded a Doctor of Laws degree from Hokkaido. John retired from UMass in 1980, but continued to read, research, and write well into his retirement. In 1985 John was awarded the Third Class Order of the Sacred Treasurer by the emperor of Japan. Mary quietly passed away at their Amherst home in 1990. In 1999 John received the UMass Chancellor’s Medal in recognition of his contributions to the campus. John Maki died in 2006.

Contents of Collection

The collection is divided into eight series: Correspondence; Teaching and Institutional Materials; Research Material; Japanese Internment, War Years, and Allied Occupation; Writings; Slides and Photographic Images; Personal, Biographical, and Family; and Mary Maki. Series 1 contains both personal and professional correspondence. Series 2 contains teaching and institutional materials from his time spent at the University of Washington and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. This includes conference material, lecture outlines, class notes and other course material, student papers and theses, as well as committee meeting notes. Series 3 includes research notes and clippings on various topics, including Japanese politics and William Smith Clark. Series 4 focuses on Maki’s involvement in Internment Camps, War Years, and the Allied Occupation. This includes correspondence between Jack and Mary, as well as government correspondence, maps and photographs of Japan, internment camp newsletters, and research material on Japanese government and Japanese internment. Series 5 contains manuscripts and drafts to articles, books, chapters, translations, and reviews. Series 6 is composed of images of Bonsai shows and the art of flower arrangement, as well as various trips to Japan, and scenes from New England and Seattle. Series 7 includes local newspaper clippings from Amherst, Massachusetts and Seattle, Washington. This series also includes genealogical and other family records. Finally, series 8 is devoted to Mary Maki and her research on Bonsai and flower arrangement. This series includes Mary’s correspondence, some financial records, and records of her various local activities.

Series descriptions

This series contains correspondence relating directly to John M. Maki’s personal and professional life from the start of his academic career to his retirement and beyond. Maki retained much of his incoming as well as outgoing letters. As a result, the correspondence includes carbon copies of Maki’s initial letter and/or response. This series contains material related to Maki’s career with the University of Washington, University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Hokkaido University, as well as material on arranging conferences, symposiums, classes, and publishing information. Many of the professional contacts that Maki made became life-long friends, and their correspondence shift back and forth between professional and personal. Also included in this series are letters from graduate and undergraduate students from both UW and UMass.

Series two contains material on conferences and lectures, which sometimes includes notes to and complete drafts of the talks John Maki gave. The majority of his talks focus on the Far East and East Asia, with a particular emphasis on Japanese politics and government. This series also contains material from the University of Washington and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with information pertaining to various committees, as well as course material that includes correspondence, course lectures, course planning, and exam material.

This series contains newspaper clippings and research notes concerning Japan. Also included in this series is research material pertaining to various books and articles, particularly the biography of William Smith Clark.

Much of the material in this series pertains to John Maki’s wartime involvement with the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service of the Federal Communications Commission and in psychological warfare planning with the Office of War Information, and includes correspondence, reports, research material, and maps of various cities in Japan created for U.S. government use. After the war, John took a position with the occupation authority, assisting in the drafting of the Japanese Constitution. This series also contains John and Mary’s identification information for internment, as well as John’s Office of War Information identification card. Especially noteworthy are two newsletters from internment camps, as well as documents released by the War Relocation Authorities detailing evacuation policies and procedures. Also of note are the detailed correspondence between John and Mary Maki in 1946, when John was sent to Japan for the beginning of the allied occupation.

1939-2001

Series five consists of original typescripts, manuscripts, and drafts of many of Maki’s books, book chapters, and articles. Of particular note

Partially processed, but open for research, this series primarily consists of 35 mm color slides taken by John and Mary Maki. The majority of the slides depict scenes from the Makis’ various travels, including trips to Japan, Bermuda, Hawaii, and California. Many of the slides also feature scenic views from around New England and Seattle, with special attention to nature, gardens, and Maki’s home. Many slides were taken at bonsai shows and feature bonsai and flower arrangements.

Partially processed, but open for research, this series details John’s personal life and features his genealogical research, including adoption records and information pertaining to his name change. Also included in the series is personal correspondence and holiday cards, records pertaining to their registered Persian cat, and John’s student grade book from 1929.

Partially processed, but open for research, this series is devoted to the work of Mary Maki. Mary dedicated much of her time to the art of keeping bonsai as well as flower arrangement. Besides researching bonsais and flower arrangement, Mary researched traditional tea ceremonies, Japanese women, and Japanese gardens. Included in this series is a copy of Mary’s book, “Trees of Amherst.”

Collection inventory
Series 1. Correspondence
1941-2005
40th Anniversary of Japan’s Constitution
1987
Box 1: 1
Abe, Mie
1991
Box 1: 2
Agawa, Miyo
1970-1990
Box 1: 3
Akizuki, Toshiyuki
1974-1998
Box 1: 4
Amakawa, Akira
1983-2003
Box 1: 5
Arie, Mikio
1972-1986
Box 1: 6
Asia Society
1966
Box 1: 7
Association for Asian Studies: Committee on Asian Law
1976-1978
Box 1: 8
Beer, Lawrence (Larry)
1960-1969
Box 1: 9
Beer, Lawrence (Larry)
1970-1979
Box 1: 10
Beer, Lawrence (Larry)
1980-2006
Box 1: 11
Beer, Lawrence (Larry): “The Constitutional Case Law of Japan”
1984-1987
Box 1: 12
Beer, Lawrence (Larry): “Japan’s Two Constitutions”
1999-2002
Box 1: 13
Beer, Lawrence (Larry): “Japan’s Two Constitutions”
1999-2002
Box 1: 14
Beer, Lawrence (Larry): “Japan’s Two Constitutions”
2001-2002
Box 1: 15
Bennett, Alice, Stanley, and Patience
1990-1996
Box 1: 16
Berton, Peter
1960-1961
Box 1: 17
Blakemore, Thomas L.
1953-1954
Box 1: 18
Brooks, George and Marjorie
1983-1986
Box 1: 19
Buck, James
1950-1966
Box 1: 20
Buck, James
1967-1970
Box 1: 21
Burks, Ardath W.
1964-1966
Box 1: 22
Butow, Robert J.C.
1970
Box 1: 23
Campbell, Kazue Edamatsu
1995-1996
Box 1: 24
Chapman, Gordon A.
1974
Box 1: 25
Chiba, Koji (Hokkaido Government)
1973-1975
Box 1: 26
Church, Fumiko
1996-1998
Box 1: 27
Clark family
1974-2001
Box 1: 28
Cody, Cecil E.
1955-1967
Box 1: 29
Conferences and Institutes: miscellaneous
1950-1953
Box 1: 30
Conferences and Institutes: miscellaneous
1954-1959
Box 1: 31
Conferences and Institutes: miscellaneous
1960-1964
Box 1: 32
“Conflict and Tensions in the East”
ca. 1960-1979
Box 1: 33
Constitution Translation Grant: trip to Japan
1973
Box 1: 34
Consulate General of Japan
1970-1998
Box 1: 35
Craig, Albert M.
1973-1974
Box 1: 36
Cronin, Walter F. (Department of State)
1960-1961
Box 1: 37
Curtis, Gerald L.
1974-1975
Box 1: 38
Danelski, David J.
1965-1979
Box 1: 39
Danley, Rowena (Toots)
1980-1985
Box 1: 40
Day, David
1975-1979
Box 1: 41
Dogakinai, Naohiro (Hokkaido Government)
ca. 1970-1980
Box 1: 42
Dolbeare, Kenneth M.
1971
Box 1: 43
Dore, Ron P.
1956-1958
Box 1: 44
Durham, Douglas
1975-1982
Box 1: 45
Edington, Robert V. (American Planning for the Occupation of Japan)
1963-1977
Box 1: 46
Education and World Affairs
1967
Box 1: 47
Encyclopedia of Japan
1978-1980
Box 1: 48
Esposito, Bruce J.
1991
Box 1: 49
Everton, John Scott (Overseas Educational Service)
1965
Box 1: 50
Fairbank, John K.
1956
Box 1: 51
Five Colleges, Inc.
1980
Box 1: 52
Fumiko, Ishii
ca. 1990-2000
Box 1: 53
Fukuda, Naomi
1961-1978
Box 1: 54
Fulbright Year
1958-1959
Box 1: 55
Fulbright: Japan Grantees
1958-1959
Box 1: 56
Fulbright: Japan Grantees
1958-1959
Box 1: 57
Fulbright: Japan Grantees
1958-1959
Box 1: 58
Fulbright, J. William
1959-1960
Box 1: 59
Gallagher, Michael E.
1966
Box 1: 60
Galteland, Joanne (Miller)
1968-1989
Box 1: 61
Galteland, Joanne (Miller)
1990-2003
Box 1: 62
Gasster, Mille
1969
Box 1: 63
Goodby, Susan and Bob
2000-2003
Box 1: 64
Goodman, Grant
1956
Box 1: 65
Gordon, Beate
1987-2005
Box 1: 66
Government and Politics in Japan
1960-1972
Box 1: 67
Government and Politics in Japan: royalty statements
1962-1978
Box 2: 1
Gushima, Kanesaburo
1961
Box 2: 2
Hansberger, I. Moyer
1960-1983
Box 2: 3
Hanson, Bob
1977
Box 2: 4
Harris, Bud and Elaine
1952-1978
Box 2: 5
Henderson, Dan F.
1968-1969
Box 2: 6
Herrington, Arthur C.
1974
Box 2: 7
Hideo, Wada
1962-1976
Box 2: 8
Higashinakano, Tamon
2004
Box 2: 9
Hirano, Keiichi
1966-1967
Box 2: 10
Hirohisa, Ueno
1972-1997
Box 2: 11
Hokkaido Broadcasting Company WSC TV Documentary
1976-1988
Box 2: 12
Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting Company
1989
Box 2: 13
Hokkaido International High School: Clark Memorial
1992
Box 2: 14
Hokkaido University
1972-1975
Box 2: 15
Hokkaido University Centennial
1973-1976
Box 2: 16
Hokkaido University Press
ca. 1975-1997
Box 2: 17
Hokkaido University
1976-1981
Box 2: 18
Hokkaido Young Professionals
1974-1977
Box 2: 19
Hokkaido Youth Training Promotion Council
ca. 1970-1979
Box 2: 20
Hosokawa, Bill
1948-2005
Box 2: 21
Howard, Peter
1966
Box 2: 22
Ichiro, Otomo
1962-1965
Box 2: 23
Ikei, Masaru
1964-1965
Box 2: 24
Ikuta, Masaki
1961
Box 2: 25
Imamura, Shigekazu
1976-1978
Box 2: 26
Inoue, Kyoko
1986
Box 2: 27
Institute of International Education (Japan T.A.)
1969-1970
Box 2: 28
Institute on the War in the Pacific
1993
Box 2: 29
Itoh, Hiroshi
1967-1983
Box 2: 30
Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK)
2000
Box 2: 31
Japan Foundation
1972-1973
Box 2: 32
Japan Fulbright
1957-1966
Box 2: 33
Japan Society, Inc.
1966-1975
Box 2: 34
Japan Summer Seminar
1974
Box 2: 35
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution
ca. 1970-1980
Box 2: 36
Japan-America Student Conference
1964-1976
Box 2: 37
Jensen, Dwight
ca. 1960-1990
Box 2: 38
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1965-1966
Box 2: 39
Journal of Asian Studies
ca. 1960-1979
Box 2: 40
Junichiro, Sekino
1960-1969
Box 2: 41
Kades, Charles L.
1983-2000
Box 2: 42
Kawashima, Takeyoshi
ca. 1950-1965
Box 2: 43
Kindaichi, Shozo
1970-1980
Box 2: 44
Kikuchi, Yasuhide F.
1990
Box 2: 45
Kono, Robert
1967-1980
Box 2: 46
Lecture arrangements
1949-1951
Box 2: 47
Lecture arrangements
1952-1959
Box 2: 48
Lecture arrangements
1960-1966
Box 2: 49
Lecture arrangements
1967-1977
Box 2: 50
Lecture and article reprint requests
ca. 1950-1970
Box 2: 51
Lequiller, Jean (Embassy of France)
1964
Box 2: 52
Levine, Solomon B.
1963
Box 2: 53
Levitas, S. M. (The New Leader)
1949-1951
Box 2: 54
Lilienthal, Philip E. (University of California Press)
1955-1978
Box 2: 55
Luney, Percy R.
1989-2001
Box 2: 56
Mahadevan, T. K. (United Asia Magazine
1955-1956
Box 2: 57
Maki, Shigeo
1987
Box 2: 58
Malone, Joseph J.
1973
Box 2: 59
Manuscript reviews
1970-1978
Box 2: 60
Masuyma, Akira
1960
Box 2: 61
Matsue, Akio
1985-1992
Box 2: 62
Matsui, Masato
1964
Box 2: 63
Matsui, Schichiro
1948-1950
Box 2: 64
Matsumura, Hiroshi
1977
Box 2: 65
Maurer, Isabel and Leonard
1970-1975
Box 2: 66
Mayo, Marlene J.
1979
Box 2: 67
Means, Gordon P.
1978
Box 2: 68
Mendel, Douglas
1962-1967
Box 2: 69
Michigan State Summer Session
1952
Box 2: 70
Miscellaneous
1950-2001
Box 2: 71
Miscellaneous (Japanese)
various dates
Box 2: 72
Moore, Ray
1968-1972
Box 2: 73
Morgan, Marjorie
1967-1968
Box 2: 74
Mount Hermon School
1966-1967
Box 2: 75
Mount Marty College
1971-1972
Box 2: 76
Naff, William E.
1960-1967
Box 2: 77
Naff, William E.
1969-1976
Box 2: 78
National Encyclopedia
ca. 1950-1959
Box 2: 79
Neumann, Reinhard
1976-1983
Box 3: 1
New England Center for Contiuning Education
1967
Box 3: 2
New England Conference of the Association of Asian Studies
1980
Box 3: 3
Nishi, Osamu
1987
Box 3: 4
Nishimura, Iwao
1960-1988
Box 3: 5
Niwa, Kichizo
1973-1991
Box 3: 6
Ohyama, Tsunao
ca. 2004
Box 3: 7
Okamoto, Hiroshi
1977
Box 3: 8
Okudaira, Yasuhiro
1959-1962
Box 3: 9
Oppler, Alfred C.
1965-1977
Box 3: 10
Onishi, Naoki
1989
Box 3: 11
Order of the Sacred Treasure
1984-1985
Box 3: 12
Otaka, Tommo
1963-1965
Box 3: 13
PBS documentary
1989
Box 3: 14
Pollard, R. T.
1938-1939
Box 3: 15
Prescott, Richard
1991-1992
Box 3: 16
Prescott, Richard
1992-1996
Box 3: 17
Prescott, Richard
1997-2005
Box 3: 18
Presthus, Robert V.
1957-1960
Box 3: 19
Pucker Gallery (Brother Thomas)
1992-1999
Box 3: 20
Pucker Gallery (Brother Thomas)
2000-2005
Box 3: 21
Redress
1989
Box 3: 22
Reischauer, Edwin O.
1963-1964
Box 3: 23
Robinson, Don
1993-1996
Box 3: 24
Robinson, Greg
2004-2006
Box 3: 25
Rockefeller Foundation
1946-1957
Box 3: 26
Rockefeller Foundation: Post-War Fellowship
1945
Box 3: 27
Rosinger, Lawrence K. (American Institute of Pacific Relations, Inc.)
1950-1951
Box 3: 28
Saga, Ikuro and family
1990-1997
Box 3: 29
Sakikawa, Shinichiro
1988-1989
Box 3: 30
Sakikawa, Yuji
1960-1988
Box 3: 31
Sato, Isao
1962-1994
Box 3: 32
Sato, Koji
1969-1975
Box 3: 33
Sato, Naokazu
1988
Box 3: 34
Sayama, Takashi (HBC News)
1980-1994
Box 3: 35
Scalapino, Robert
1963-1985
Box 3: 36
Schubert, Glendon
1963
Box 3: 37
Schulteis, Frederick D.
1966
Box 3: 38
Sebata, Takao
1978-1983
Box 3: 39
Sekiya, Kisaburo
1981-1991
Box 3: 40
Shibano, Dorothy T.
1969-1980
Box 3: 41
Shinozawa, Kohei (Hokkaido University)
1975-1978
Box 3: 42
Socialist Party of Japan
1957
Box 3: 43
Sono, Kazuaki (United Nations)
1980
Box 3: 44
Sophia University
1963
Box 3: 45
Sissons, David C. S.
1959-1972
Box 3: 46
Stemper, Robert
1965-1966
Box 3: 47
Steiner, Kurt
1954-1960
Box 3: 48
Stephan, John
1994-2001
Box 3: 49
Stunkard, Mickey
1958-1959
Box 3: 50
Suemitsu, Rikisaku
1979
Box 3: 51
Suginome, Yasko
1991-1996
Box 3: 52
Sukehiro, Tsuyoshi
1979
Box 3: 53
Suzuki, Domei
1983
Box 3: 54
Swyter, Han and Jai
1976-2000
Box 3: 55
Sykes, T. M.
1969
Box 3: 56
Tadanazu, Fukase
ca. 1968-1997
Box 3: 57
Tadao, Ishikawa
1955-1975
Box 3: 58
Takata, Kiichi
1961
Box 3: 59
Takayanagi, Kenzo
1960-1969
Box 3: 60
Takaku, Shinichi
1974-2005
Box 3: 61
Takimoto, Sachio
1978
Box 3: 62
Tambo, Norihito
2001
Box 3: 63
Tasumi, Okabe
1961-1962
Box 3: 64
Taylor, George E.
1948-1966
Box 3: 65
Tenny, Carol
1995-1997
Box 3: 66
Teters, Barbara
1953-1969
Box 3: 67
Teters, Barbara
1970-1975
Box 3: 68
Teters, Barbara
1977-1978
Box 3: 69
Teters, Barbara
1981-1983
Box 3: 70
Thomas, Brother
1970-1989
Box 3: 71
Thomas, Brother (exhibits)
1970-1979
Box 3: 72
Thomas, Brother (exhibits)
1980-1989
Box 3: 73
Thomas, Brother
1990-1999
Box 3: 74
Thomas, Brother (exhibits)
1990-1999
Box 3: 75
Thomas, Brother
2000-2005
Box 3: 76
Time-Life Books
1975-1978
Box 3: 77
Toshiyoshi, Miyazawa
1958-1959
Box 3: 78
Tsubota, Junjiro
1964
Box 4: 1
Tsuru, Shigeto
1960
Box 4: 2
Tussing, Arlon R.
1965-1966
Box 4: 3
Twetten, Thomas
2001-2005
Box 4: 4
Ukai, Nobushige
1960
Box 4: 5
UMass Amherst: archives
1970-1991
Box 4: 6
UMass Amherst: Asian American Studies, nominating committee
1978
Box 4: 7
UMass Amherst: Hokkaido Government visitors
1979
Box 4: 8
UMass Amherst: Hokkaido mission
1991
Box 4: 9
UMass Amherst: Hokkaido relations
1972-1979
Box 4: 10
UMass Amherst: Hokkaido University summer session
1974
Box 4: 11
UMass Amherst: Hokkaido University and UMass 125-year partnership
2001
Box 4: 12
UMass Amherst: Hokkaido vistors
1984-1992
Box 4: 13
UMass Amherst: Massachusetts and Hokkaido creation of Sister-State
1987-1990
Box 4: 14
UMass Amherst: Massachusetts-Hokkaido Sister-State Committee
1986-1989
Box 4: 15
UMass Amherst: Massachusetts-Hokkaido Sister-State Committee
1990-1998
Box 4: 16
UMass Amherst: Maki as Vice Dean
1965-1967
Box 4: 17
UMass Amherst: Maki as Vice Dean
1968-1969
Box 4: 18
UMass Amherst: Maki as Vice Dean
1970-1970
Box 4: 19
UMass Amherst: memos
1967-1968
Box 4: 20
UMass Amherst: Mount Hermon School
1967
Box 4: 21
UMass Amherst: Phi Beta Kappa
1980-1985
Box 4: 22
UMass Amherst: South Asian Languages
1966-1967
Box 4: 23
UMass Amherst students: Lai, Nathan Yu-Jen
1978
Box 4: 25
UMass Amherst students: Kerrins, Pat
undated
Box 4: 26
UMass Amherst students: Kullgren, Karen
1978-1980
Box 4: 27
UMass Amherst students: miscellaneous
1966-1969
Box 4: 28
UMass Amherst students: miscellaneous
1970-1979
Box 4: 29
UMass Amherst students: miscellaneous
1980-1989
Box 4: 30
UMass Amherst students: miscellaneous
1990-1994
Box 4: 31
University of Washington Press
1960-1969
Box 4: 32
Universisty of Washington Press
1971-1984
Box 4: 33
University of Washington: farewells
1965-1966
Box 4: 34
University of Washington: miscellaneous
1941-1959
Box 4: 35
University of Washington: miscellaneous
1960-1965
Box 4: 36
University of Washington: miscellaneous
1966-1969
Box 4: 37
University of Washington: miscellaneous
1970-1980
Box 4: 38
University of Washington: Phi Beta Kappa
1959-1962
Box 4: 39
University of Washington: students, former graduate students
1952-1958
Box 4: 40
University of Washington: students, former graduate students
1960-1969
Box 4: 41
University of Washington: studentd, foreign
1949-1966
Box 4: 42
University of Washington: students, graduate
1953-1963
Box 4: 43
University of Washington: students, graduate
1964-1965
Box 4: 44
University of Washington: students, graduate
1966-1970
Box 4: 45
University of Washington: students, undergraduate
1953-1959
Box 4: 46
University of Washington: students, undergraduate
1960-1971
Box 4: 47
Ukai, Nobusgige
1960-1988
Box 4: 48
Vinacke, Harold M.
1962-1966
Box 4: 49
Wagatsuma, Hiroshi
1973
Box 4: 50
Wagatsuma, Sakae
1950
Box 4: 51
Walker, Brett
1992-1996
Box 4: 52
Ward, Robert E.
1950-1988
Box 4: 53
Washington State compensation
1983-1984
Box 4: 54
We the Japanese
1968-1970
Box 4: 55
We the Japanese
1971
Box 4: 56
We the Japanese
1972-1974
Box 4: 57
We the Japanese: royalty statements
1972-1978
Box 4: 58
Weston Priory
1970-1980
Box 4: 59
WFCR Advistory Board
1984-1985
Box 4: 60
WFCR Radio
1967-1971
Box 4: 61
WFCR Radio
1974
Box 4: 62
WFCR Radio: “Conversations on Asia”
1972
Box 4: 63
William Smith Clark Centennial
1986
Box 4: 64
William Smith Clark Corporation
ca. 1973-1984
Box 4: 65
William Smith Clark Society
ca. 1980-1989
Box 4: 66
William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido
1996-1997
Box 4: 67
William Smith Clark: biographies and memorials
1973-1979
Box 5: 1
William Smith Clark: biographies and memorials
1981-1992
Box 5: 2
William Smith Clark Memorial
1986-1992
Box 5: 3
World Affairs Center
1966
Box 5: 4
World Books Encyclopedia
1963-1969
Box 5: 5
World Book Encyclopedia
1970-1979
Box 5: 6
World Book Encyclopedia
1980-1988
Box 5: 7
Yasuda, Hiroshi
1995
Box 5: 8
Yasumura, Taeko
2002
Box 5: 9
Yoda, Naoyo (TV Kids Office)
1993-1994
Box 5: 10
Yokomichi, Takahiro (Government of Hokkaido)
1987
Box 5: 11
Yorihiro, Naito
1959-1964
Box 5: 12
Series 2. Teaching and Institutional Materials
1940-1986
Conference: Allied Occupation of Japan (Amherst College)
1980
Box 5: 13
Conference: Asia 1948…A Postwar Evaluation
1947-1950
Box 5: 14
Conference: Association for Asian Studies
1976-1977
Box 5: 15
Conference: Changing Japan
1964
Box 5: 16

Maki as keynote.

Conference: Japan in Perspective
1972
Box 5: 17
Conference: Japan Institute
1954-1955
Box 5: 18
Conference: “Japan and thr U.S.: Two Perspectives on Ethics and Foreign Policy”
1972
Box 5: 19
Conference: Meeting og Political Scienctists Specializing in the Japanese Field
1968
Box 5: 20
Conference: Modern Japan
1965
Box 5: 21
Conference:New England Conference on Asian Studies
1966-1968
Box 5: 22
Conference: “Orientation Toward Japan”
1968
Box 5: 23
Conference: Reports for the Meeting of Political Scientists Specializing in the Japanese Field
1968
Box 5: 24
Conference: Rutgers Symposium, Westerners Interpret Japan
ca. 1980
Box 5: 25
Conference: Rutgers Symposium, Westerners Interpret Japan, “The Japan Helpers”
ca. 1980
Box 5: 26
Conference: United States-Japan Trade Symposium
1972
Box 5: 27
Conference: “United States and Japan: Alliance of Democracies” (UMass)
1976
Box 5: 28
Conference: West Point-U.S. Military Academy Faculty
1966
Box 5: 29
Conference: Workshop on Japanese Law
1980
Box 5: 30
Talks: Address to Parents of Freshmen, Class of 1972
1968
Box 5: 31
Talks: America and Asia, 1972
1972
Box 5: 32
Talks: An Educator in Meiji Japan
1978-1979
Box 5: 33
Talks: China and Japan: The Debts of Modernization
1970
Box 5: 34
Talks: Constitutional Consciousness In Japan
1969
Box 5: 35
Talks: Democracy in Asia Lecture Series
1955
Box 5: 36
Talks: East Asia Lecture Series (UMass)
1981
Box 5: 37
Talks: First Problem: Democracy in Japan, Progress and Prospect
1949
Box 5: 38
Talks: The Future of Japanese–American Relations
1964
Box 5: 39
Talks: Hokkaido University Centennial
1976
Box 5: 40
Talks: Hokkaido University Centennial, pamphlets
1976
Box 5: 41
Talks: Japan–Situation in Asia Series
1951
Box 5: 42
Talks: Trouble Spot?
1955
Box 5: 43
Talks: The Japan-U.S. Secutiry Treaty
1970
Box 5: 44
Talks: Japan and China
1967
Box 5: 45
Talks: Japan and China: Yesterday and Today
1967
Box 5: 46
Talks: Japan and Cold War
1951
Box 5: 47
Talks: Japan and Reorientation
1941
Box 5: 48
Talks: Japan’s Democracy
1955
Box 5: 49
Talks: Japan Today
1974
Box 5: 50
Talks: Japanese-American Relations
1982
Box 5: 51
Talks: Japanese Constitutionalism
1972
Box 5: 52
Talks: The Korean Crisis
1950
Box 5: 53
Talks: “Last Lecture: One Man’s View of the Teaching Profession”
1966
Box 5: 54
Talks: Modern China
1970
Box 5: 55
Talks: The Position of Women in Japan
1964
Box 5: 56
Talks: Problem Areas of Far East–Japan
1953
Box 5: 57
Talks: Problems of American Policy in the Far East
1954
Box 5: 58
Talks: Problems of Asia: Some Tools for the Understanding Thereof
1955
Box 5: 59
Talks: On the Strenuous Art of Teaching
1963
Box 5: 60
Talks: On the Translation of Japanese Supreme Court Decisions
1967
Box 5: 61
Talks: Some Constitutional Problems in Japan
1979
Box 5: 62
Talks: The United States in Asis: Politics and Policy
1954
Box 5: 63
Talks: The U.S. in the Far East: Balance Sheet 1945-1966
1966
Box 5: 64
Talks: Willism Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido
1978, 1986
Box 5: 65
UMass Amherst: Administrative Guidelines
1969
Box 5: 66
UMass Amherst: Annual Faculty Report
1966-1980
Box 5: 67
UMass Amherst: archives, Benjamin Smith Lyman Papers
various dates
Box 5: 68
UMass Amherst: Faculty Seminar on Asia
ca. 1966
Box 5: 69
UMass Amherst, Committees: American Associations of University Professors
1977-1980
Box 5: 70
UMass Amherst, Committees: Contiuning Education
1975-1976
Box 5: 71
UMass Amherst, Committees: Distinguished Awards
1978-1979
Box 5: 72
UMass Amherst, Committees: Faculty of Social and Behavioral Science
1971-1972
Box 5: 73
UMass Amherst, Committees: Faculty Senate
1975-1976
Box 5: 74
UMass Amherst, Committees: Faculty Senate
1977-1978
Box 5: 75
UMass Amherst, Committees: Joint Commission on Campus Governance
undated
Box 5: 76
UMass Amherst, Committees: Minority Facult Association
1979
Box 6: 1
UMass Amherst: Personnel Policy
1974
Box 6: 2
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy
1975
Box 6: 3
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy
1975
Box 6: 4
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy
1975
Box 6: 5
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy
1976
Box 6: 6
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy documents
1970-1975
Box 6: 7
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy draft
1975
Box 6: 8
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy draft
1975
Box 6: 9
UMass Amherst, Committees: Personnel Policy draft
1975
Box 6: 10
UMass Amherst, Committees: Press
1978-1980
Box 6: 11
UMass Amherst, Committees: Provost Search Committee
1980
Box 6: 12
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Asian International Relations
1970-1979
Box 6: 13
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Asian Studies 150
1970-1979
Box 6: 14
UMass Amherst, Course Material: A Study of War
1970-1979
Box 6: 15
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Government 160
1970
Box 6: 16
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Government and Politics of Japan
1976-1978
Box 6: 17
UMass Amherst, Course Material: International Relations, Asia
ca. 1966
Box 6: 18
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Japan in the World Community
1978
Box 6: 19
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Modernization in Asia
1970-1971
Box 6: 20
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Political Development and Modernization, Asia
1972
Box 6: 21
UMass Amherst, Course Material: Summer Seminarin American Society
1986
Box 6: 22
UMass Amherst, Course Material: United States and Northeast Asia
1977
Box 6: 23
UMass Amherst, Course Material: World Politics
1972
Box 6: 24
UMass Amherst: Employment Negotiations
1965-1966
Box 6: 25
UMass Amherst: Insurance Certficates
undated
Box 6: 26
UMass Amherst: Japanese Studies Planning
1972-1979
Box 6: 27
UMass Amherst: Sabbatical Leave
1972-1973
Box 6: 28
UMass Amherst: Survey of American Undergrad and Grad Teaching in the Field of Japanese Government and Politics
1968
Box 6: 29
UMass Amherst: Tenure Planning
1972-1977
Box 6: 30
University of Washington: Arboretum Pamphlets
undated
Box 6: 31
University of Washington: Centennial Convocation
1961
Box 6: 32
University of Washington, Committees: American Association of University Professors
1962-1964
Box 6: 33
University of Washington, Committees: Curriculum
1952-1954
Box 6: 34
University of Washington, Committees: Faculty Commission on the Senate
1963
Box 6: 35
University of Washington, Committees: Faculty Commission on the Senate
1963
Box 6: 36
University of Washington, Committees: Faculty Commission on the Senate
1964
Box 6: 37
University of Washington, Committees: Faculty Commission on the Senate
1964
Box 6: 38
University of Washington, Committees: Faculty Commission on the Senate
1964
Box 6: 39
University of Washington, Committees: North East Asia Regional Council
1971-1972
Box 6: 40
University of Washington, Committees: Senate
1961-1962
Box 6: 41
University of Washington, Committees: Senate
1961-1964
Box 6: 42
University of Washington, Committees: Speaker Policy
1962-1964
Box 6: 43
University of Washington, Course Material: Chinese Literature
1941
Box 6: 44
University of Washington, Course Material: Far Eastern 10/110
1940-1949
Box 6: 45
University of Washington, Course Material: Far Eastern 10/110
1951-1956
Box 6: 46
University of Washington, Course Material: Far Eastern 10/110
1962-1965
Box 6: 47
University of Washington, Course Material: History 453/454J
1960-1963
Box 6: 48
University of Washington, Course Material: Honors Colloquium 301H
1966
Box 6: 49
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 6: 50
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 6: 51
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 7: 1
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 7: 2
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 7: 3
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 7: 4
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 7: 5
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 7: 6
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 1
1966
Box 7: 7
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 2
1966
Box 7: 8
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 2
1966
Box 7: 9
University of Washington, Course Material: Intro to Japanese Law, Part 2
1966
Box 7: 10
University of Washington, Course Material: Japanese History
1940-1941
Box 7: 11
University of Washington, Course Material: Japanese Literature
1941
Box 7: 12
University of Washington, Course Material: Modern Japanese History
1941-1942
Box 7: 13
University of Washington, Course Material: Political Science 335J
1952
Box 7: 14
University of Washington, Course Material: Political Science 335J
1964-1965
Box 7: 15
University of Washington, Course Material: Political Science 335J
1964-1965
Box 7: 16
University of Washington, Course Material: Political Science 345J
1964-1965
Box 7: 17
University of Washington, Course Material: Political Science 429
1950-1959
Box 7: 18
University of Washington, Course Material: Political Science 429
1960-1966
Box 7: 19
University of Washington, Course Material: Political Science 432
1961-1966
Box 7: 20
University of Washington: Course Surveys
1948-1965
Box 7: 21
University of Washington: Far Eastern and Russian Language and Area Center Planning
ca. 1950-1966
Box 7: 22
University of Washington: Japan Program and Research Project
1962-1966
Box 7: 23
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Achen, Lewis Paul
1951
Box 7: 24
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Achen, Lewis Paul
1951
Box 7: 25
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Eaton, William Davis
1955
Box 7: 26
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Hirai, Katsu
1960
Box 7: 27
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Hirai, Katsu
1960
Box 7: 28
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Hirai, Katsu
1960
Box 7: 29
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Sucher, Jon Dawson
1953
Box 7: 24
University of Washington, Student Thesis (M.A.): Sucher, Jon Dawson
1953
Box 7: 25
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Beer, Lawrence Ward
1966
Box 7: 26
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Beer, Lawrence Ward
1966
Box 7: 27
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Beer, Lawrence Ward
1966
Box 7: 28
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Beer, Lawrence Ward
1966
Box 7: 29
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Cody, Cecil Earl
1955
Box 7: 30
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Cody, Cecil Earl
1955
Box 7: 31
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Cody, Cecil Earl
1955
Box 7: 32
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Cody, Cecil Earl
1955
Box 7: 33
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Teters, Barbara Joan
1955
Box 7: 34
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Teters, Barbara Joan
1955
Box 7: 35
University of Washington, Student Thesis (Ph.D.): Teters, Barbara Joan
1955
Box 7: 36
Series 3. Research Material
1934-2003
Chinese and Japanese Art
undated
Box 7: 37
Chinese Government
ca. 1934
Box 7: 38
Chinese History
undated
Box 7: 39
Chinese History
undated
Box 7: 40
Chinese Literature
undated
Box 7: 41
Clippings: Aum Supreme Court Truth Cult
1995
Box 7: 42
Clippings: Centennial of Hokkaido University
ca. 1976
Box 8: 1
Clippings: Ehime Maru
2001
Box 8: 2
Clippings: Japan and U.S.S.R. Relations
ca. 1980-2000
Box 8: 3
Clippings: Japan Constitution
ca. 1950-2000
Box 8: 4
Clippings: Japan Foreign Relations
ca. 1989-2003
Box 8: 5
Clippings: Japan Culture
ca, 1985-2002
Box 8: 6
Clippings: Japanese Economy
ca. 1988-2001
Box 8: 7
Clippings: Japanese Elections
1981-2001
Box 8: 8
Clippings: Japanese Emperor
ca. 1985-2003
Box 8: 9
Clippings: Japanese Foreign Trade
ca. 1989-2003
Box 8: 10
Clippings: Japanese Law
ca. 1965-2000
Box 8: 11
Clippings: Japanese Military
ca. 1978-2000
Box 8: 12
Clippings: Japanese Obituaries and Biographies
1950-1969
Box 8: 13
Clippings: Japanese Obituaries and Biographies
1970-1989
Box 8: 14
Clippings: Japanese Obituaries and Biographies
1990-2002
Box 8: 15
Clippings: Japanese Political Parties
ca. 1980-2000
Box 8: 16
Clippings: Japanese Supreme Court
ca. 1970-1990
Box 8: 17
Clippings: MacArthur
ca. 1950-1959
Box 8: 18
Clippings: Miscellaneous Japanese Politics
ca. 1995-2002
Box 8: 19
Clippings: Redress Bill
1988-1989
Box 8: 20
Clippings: Relations Between Japan and China
1965-1979
Box 8: 21
Clippings: Relations Between Japan and China
1965-1979
Box 8: 22
Clippings: United States and Japan Economic Relations
ca. 1989-2002
Box 8: 23
Clippings: World Politics
1974
Box 8: 24
Commission on the Constitution
ca. 1965-1985
Box 8: 25
Early Meiji Government
undated
Box 8: 26
Facts About Japan Newsletter
1967-1975
Box 8: 27
Far eastern International Relations
undated
Box 8: 28
Far Eastern International Relations
undated
Box 8: 29
Foreign Pioneers
undated
Box 8: 30
“Founding of the Doshisha and Doshisha University”
undated
Box 8: 31
“Japanese and Americans in the a New World in A New Age” by John K. Emmerson
1975
Box 8: 32
Japanese Economics
undated
Box 8: 33
Japanese Government
undated
Box 8: 34
Japanese Government and Politics (Administration and Civil Services)
undated
Box 8: 35
Japanese History
undated
Box 8: 36
Japanese Literature
undated
Box 8: 37
Japanese Subversive Activities Prevention Law
1952
Box 8: 38
Japanese Supreme Court
ca. 1960-1965
Box 8: 39
“Looking in on Materials on Hokkaido in Canada and the U.S.A.” by Hideshi Seki
1983
Box 8: 40
Miscellaneous
undated
Box 8: 41
Miscellaneous
undated
Box 8: 42
Modern Japanese History
undated
Box 8: 43
“My Younger Days” by Joseph Hardy Neesima
undated
Box 8: 44
“Opening of a Country”
undated
Box 9: 1
“Role of American and Japanese International Corporations in a Changing World Economy: A Dialogue”
Box 9: 2
Shoin and Imperialism
undated
Box 9: 3
Statistics on Pacific Areas
undated
Box 9: 4
United States-Japan Relations
undated
Box 9: 5
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 9: 6
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 9: 7
“William Smith Clark and Japan, with Special Reference to His Missionary Work” by Y. Ota
1978
Box 9: 8
Series 4. Japanese Internment, War Years, and Allied Occupation
1942-1950
Correspondence: FBI and OWI, Discussions/Conferences on Japan
ca. 1945
Box 9: 9
Correspondence: Government Personnel Matter, Civil Service
1942-1949
Box 9: 10
Correspondence: Maki, Jack to Maki, Mary
1946
Box 9: 11
Correspondence: Maki, Jack to Maki, Mary
1946
Box 9: 12
Correspondence: Maki, Jack to Maki, Mary
1946
Box 9: 13
Correspondence: Maki, Jack to Maki, Mary
1946
Box 9: 14
Correspondence: Maki, Mary to Maki, Jack
1946
Box 9: 15
Correspondence: Maki, Mary to Maki, Jack
1946
Box 9: 16
Correspondence: Memos and Reports by Maki for Government Section GHQ, SCAP in Toyko, Japan
1946
Box 9: 17
Correspondence: War Relocation Authority
1942
Box 9: 18
Emergency Defense Council: “report Submitted to Tolan Congressional Committee on National Defense Migration”
1942
Box 9: 19
FBI Bureau of Overseas Intelligence: “Biographical Sketches of a Few Liberal Statements in Japan Since the Restoration”
1946
Box 9: 20
FBI Federal Communications Commission: “Radio Report on the Far East”, Government Use Only
1945
Box 9: 21
FBI Files on John M. Maki
ca. 1950
Box 9: 22

Sent to Maki in 2000.

FBI Files on John M. Maki
ca. 1950
Box 9: 23

Sent to Maki in 2000.

FBI War Department Radio Broadcast “Daily Report”
1946
Box 9: 24
Identification Card, Internment Camp: Maki, Mary and John
1942
Box 9: 25
Identification Card, Office of War Information: Maki, John
1945
Box 9: 26
Imperial Rescript
1942-1944
Box 9: 27
Internment Camp Harmony Japanese Staff List
1942
Box 9: 28
Internment Camp Newsletter: Camp Harmony
1942
Box 9: 29
Internment Camp Newsletter: The Daily Tulean (Dispatch Vol. 1, No. 5)
ca. 1942
Box 9: 30
Maps: Central Japan, For Use by War and Navy Agencies
ca. 1945
Box 9: 31
Maps: Central Tokyo, Government Use
1946
Box 9: 32
Maps: Japan
ca. 1945
Box 9: 33
Maps: Japan Road Map, For Use by War and Navy Agencies
ca. 1945
Box 9: 34
Maps: Northern Japan Road Map, For Use by War and Navy Agencies
ca. 1945
Box 9: 35
Maps: Tokyo
1946
Box 9: 36

Possibly depicting bombed regions.

Photographs: Japan
1946
Box 9: 37
Photographs: OWI, miscellaneous
ca. 1942-1945
Box 9: 38
Research Material: “Aliens in Our Midst”
1943
Box 9: 39

University of Chicago Round Table Broadcast with Ernest Colwell, Carey McWilliams, Louis Wirth.

Research Material: “California and Her Less Favored Minorities” by Ruth E. McKee
1944
Box 9: 40
Research Material: Constitution of Japan
ca. 1947-1948
Box 9: 41
Research Material: Japan Chronicle Transcriptions
ca. 1940-1941
Box 9: 42
Research Material: Japanese Election Laws
1946
Box 9: 43
Research Material:Session III Transcription and Notes
1946
Box 9: 44
Research Material: “Should All Japanese Contiune to be Excluded from the West Coast for the Duration”
1943
Box 9: 45

Town Meeting of the Air Broadcast.

Research Material: Clippings, Japanese Internment Camps
ca. 1940-1946
Box 9: 46
Research Material: Periodicals, Japanese Evacuation from the Pacific Coast, Far Eastern Survey
1942
Box 9: 47
Research Material, Periodicals, Miscellaneous Articles on Internment Camps and Japanese Americans
1942-1943
Box 9: 48
Research Material: Periodicals, “Nisei Students Speak for Themselves,” Junior College Journal
1944
Box 9: 49
Research Material: Periodicals, Tule Lake Segregation Center, Life Magazine
1944
Box 9: 50
War Relocation Authority: Information for Evacuees
ca. 1942
Box 9: 51
War Relocation Authority: Advance Releas Concerning Employment Service and Harvesting Crops
1942
Box 9: 52
War Relocation Authority: War Relocation Work Corps Circular
1942
Box 9: 53
Wartime Civil Control Administration: “Instructions to All Persons of Japanese Ancestry”
1942
Box 9: 54
Series 5. Writings
1939-2001
“Administration Problems of a Psychological Warfare Agency”
1948
Box 9: 55
“Administration Problems of a Psychological Warfare Agency”
1948
Box 9: 56
Collier’s Encyclopedia: Correspondence
ca. 1950-1960
Box 9: 57
Collier’s Encyclopedia: Short Articles
undated
Box 9: 58
Collier’s Encyclopedia: Short Articles
undated
Box 9: 59
Chapter 1: Japan and Democracy
undated
Box 9: 60
Comments on the Constitution of Japan
ca. 1962
Box 9: 61
“Conflict and Tension in the Far East: Key Documents, 1894-1960″ (Ch. 1-3)
undated
Box 9: 62
“Conflict and Tension in the Far East: Key Documents, 1894-1960″ (Ch. 4-6)
undated
Box 9: 63
“Conflict and Tension in the Far East: Key Documents, 1894-1960″ (Ch. 7-10)
undated
Box 9: 64
“Constituion of Japan: Pacifism, Popular Sovereignty and Fundamental Human Rights”
undated
Box 9: 65
“Constitutionalism and History in 20th Century Japan”
1997
Box 9: 66
“Constitutionalism and History in 20th Century Japan”
1997
Box 9: 67
Court and Constitution in Japan (Intro and Ch. 1)
undated
Box 9: 68
Court and Constitution in Japan (Intro and Ch. 1)
undated
Box 9: 69
Court and Constitution in Japan (Intro and Ch. 3-10)
undated
Box 10: 1
Court and Constitution in Japan (Intro and Ch.11-20)
undated
Box 10: 2
Court and Constitution in Japan (Intro and Ch. 21-23)
undated
Box 10: 3
Court and Constitution in Japan (Intro and Ch. 24-26)
undated
Box 10: 4
“Democracy’s ‘Concentration Camps'”
undated
Box 10: 5
Democracy in Japan (Ch. 1-2)
undated
Box 10: 6
Democracy in Japan (Ch. 3-4)
undated
Box 10: 7
Democracy in Japan (Ch. 5-6)
undated
Box 10: 8
Democracy in Japan (Ch. 7)
undated
Box 10: 9
“Democracy in Japan: 1945-55″
Box 10: 10
Democracy in Japan: Correspondence
1957-1960
Box 10: 11
“The Documents of Japan’s Commission on the Constitution”
undated
Box 10: 12
Encyclopedia of Asian History: “Anglo-Japanese Alliance”
ca. 1984
Box 10: 13
“From Imperial Myth to Democracy: Japan’s Two Constitutions, 1889-2001″
ca. 2001
Box 10: 14
“From Imperial Myth to Democracy: Japan’s Two Constitutions, 1889-2001″
ca. 2001
Box 10: 15
“From Imperial Myth to Democracy: Japan’s Two Constitutions, 1889-2001″
undated
Box 10: 16
“From Imperial Myth to Democracy: Japan’s Two Constitutions, 1889-2001″
undated
Box 10: 17
“From Imperial Myth to Democracy: Japan’s Two Constitutions, 1889-2001″
undated
Box 10: 18
“From Imperial Myth to Democracy: Japan’s Two Constitutions, 1889-2001″
undated
Box 10: 19
“From Imperial Myth to Democracy: Japan’s Two Constitutions, 1889-2001″
undated
Box 10: 20
Government and Politics in Japan: The Road to Democracy (Ch. 1-4)
undated
Box 10: 21
Government and Politics in Japan: The Road to Democracy (Ch. 5-8)
undated
Box 10: 22
Government and Politics in Japan: The Road to Democracy (Ch. 9-10)
undated
Box 10: 23
Hiroyuki Agawa: The Man and His Novel (Intro and Ch. 1)
undated
Box 10: 24
Hiroyuki Agawa: The Man and His Novel (Ch. 2)
undated
Box 10: 25
Hiroyuki Agawa: The Man and His Novel (Ch. 3)
undated
Box 10: 26
Hiroyuki Agawa: The Man and His Novel (Ch. 4)
undated
Box 10: 27
“Human Rights in Japan”
1980
Box 10: 28
“The Individual in Japan’s Democracy”
undated
Box 10: 29
“Japan”
undated
Box 10: 30
“Japan and Korea Since 1945″
undated
Box 10: 31
“Japan: Problems of Peace”
undated
Box 10: 32
“Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: The Approach to Revision”
undated
Box 10: 33
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 34
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 35
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 36
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 37
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 38
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 39
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 40
Japan’s Commission on the Constitution: Final Report
undated
Box 10: 41
“Japan’s Constitutional Guarantee of Fundamental Human Rights and the Doctrine of the Public Welfare”
undated
Box 10: 42
“Japan’s New Cabinet”
undated
Box 10: 43
“Japan’s Rearmament: Progress and Problems”
undated
Box 10: 44
“Japan’s Subversive Activities Prevention Law”
undated
Box 10: 45
“Japan’s Voting: The Conservative Majority”
1954
Box 10: 46
“The Japanese Character: An American View”
undated
Box 10: 47
“The Japanese Constitutional Style”
1967-1968
Box 10: 48
Japanese Militarism: The Cause and the Cure
undated
Box 10: 49
Japanese Militarism: The Cause and the Cure
undated
Box 10: 50
Japanese Militarism: The Cause and the Cure
undated
Box 10: 51
Japanese Militarism: The Cause and the Cure
undated
Box 11: 1
Japanese Militarism: The Cause and the Cure
undated
Box 11: 2
Japanese Militarism: The Cause and the Cure, Publication Information
1944-1951
Box 11: 3
“Japanese Nationalism in Transition”
undated
Box 11: 4
“Judicial System”
undated
Box 11: 5
“The Leadership Position of the Japanese Executive”
undated
Box 11: 6
Manuscript Reviews
1947-1957
Box 11: 7
Manuscript Reviews
1960-1969
Box 11: 8
Manuscript Reviews
1970-1982
Box 11: 9
Meiji Constitution
undated
Box 11: 10
Meiji Constitution
undated
Box 11: 11
“Meiji Government: The Problem of Transition from a Feudal Society to a Nation”
ca. 1949
Box 11: 12
Miscellaneous
1960-1970
Box 11: 13
Miscellaneous
1980-1990
Box 11: 14
Miscellaneous Articles in Print
undated
Box 11: 15
Miscellaneous Articles in Print
1940-1947
Box 11: 16
Miscellaneous Articles in Print
1951-1954
Box 11: 17
Miscellaneous Articles in Print
1955-1959
Box 11: 18
Miscellaneous Articles in Print
1965-1970
Box 11: 19
“Modern Constitutionalism in Japan”
1971
Box 11: 20
“Modern Constitutionalism in Japan”
1971
Box 11: 21
“Nuclear Disarmament”
ca. 1988
Box 11: 22
“Nuclear Disarmament”
ca. 1988
Box 11: 23
“Nuclear Disarmament”
ca. 1988
Box 11: 24
“Nuclear Disarmament: A Modest Proposal”
undated
Box 11: 25
“Nuclear Disarmament: A Modest Proposal”
undated
Box 11: 26
“Nuclear Disarmament: A Modest Proposal”
undated
Box 11: 27
“Nuclear Disarmament: A Modest Proposal”
undated
Box 11: 28
Publication Recommendations: Correspondence
ca. 1960-1985
Box 11: 29
Radio Broadcast: “Japan, 1868-1968″
1969
Box 11: 30
Radio Broadcast: Miscellaneous
ca. 1951
Box 11: 31
“Reflections on Constitutionalism and History in Modern Japan”
undated
Box 11: 32
“Reflections on Constitutionalism and History in Modern Japan”
undated
Box 11: 33
“Reflections on Constitutionalism and History in Modern Japan”
undated
Box 11: 34
“Reflections on Constitutionalism and History in Modern Japan”
undated
Box 11: 35
Script: HBS Documentary on William Smith Clark
undated
Box 11: 36
“The Sino-Japanese Crisis”
1939
Box 11: 37
“Social Change and the Occupation of Japan”
undated
Box 11: 38
Translation: “Communications in the Edo Period”
undated
Box 11: 39
Translation: Devil’s Heritage (Ch. 1-2)
undated
Box 11: 40
Translation: Devil’s Heritage (Ch. 3-5)
undated
Box 11: 41
Translation: Kenzo Takayanagi Articles
ca. 1965-1970
Box 11: 42
Translation: “Law in Japan”
ca. 1965-1966
Box 11: 43
Translation: “Log of a Japanese Journey”
undated
Box 11: 44
Translation: “On the Court and Constitution in Japan”
undated
Box 11: 45
Translation: Washington Law Review
ca. 1963
Box 11: 46
Unidentified: concerning John Fuster Dulles
undated
Box 11: 47
Unidentified: concerning Modern Japanese Government
ca. 1947
Box 11: 48
Unidentified: concerning Sino-Japanese
undated
Box 11: 49
“United States Success in Japan”
undated
Box 11: 50
“United States Initial Post Surrender Policy for Japan”
ca. 1968
Box 11: 51
Unpublished: “Constitutional Position of the Japanes Executive”
undated
Box 11: 52
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 11: 53
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 11: 54
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 11: 55
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 11: 56
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 12: 1
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 12: 2
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 12: 3
Voyage Through the 20th Century
undated
Box 12: 4
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 5
William Smith Clark
1986-1989
Box 12: 6
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 7
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 8
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 9
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 10
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 11
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 12
William Smith Clark
undated
Box 12: 13
William Smith Clark: Foreward and Bibliography
undated
Box 12: 14
William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido
ca. 1987
Box 12: 15
William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido
ca. 1987
Box 12: 16
William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido
ca. 1987
Box 12: 17
William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido
ca. 1987
Box 12: 18
William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido
ca. 1987
Box 12: 19
William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido; Writing of Book
undated
Box 12: 20
Series 6. Slides and Photographic Images
1951-1977
Photographs: Bonsai Shows
1951-1958
Box 12: 21
Photographs: Bonsai Shows
1960
Box 12: 22
Photographs: Bonsai Shows
1964-1965
Box 12: 23
Photographs: Bonsai Shows
1966
Box 12: 24
Photographs: Bonsai Shows, Miscellaneous
undated
Box 12: 25
Photographs: Japan
ca. 1959
Box 12: 26
Photographs: Miscellaneous
undated
Box 12: 27
Photographs: Postcards, Art Exhibit
1959
Box 12: 28
Photographs: Postcards, Neno Art Museum Bonsai Exhibit
1959
Box 12: 29
Tourist Slides: Bermuda
1965
Box 12: 30
Tourist Slides: Bonsai, Flowers, and Gardens
1972
Box 12: 31
Tourist Slides: Bonsai, Flowers, and Gardens
1973
Box 12: 32
Tourist Slides: Bonsai Inventory
1971
Box 12: 33
Tourist Slides: Bonsai Shows
1958-1959
Box 12: 34
Tourist Slides: Bonsai Shows
1958-1964
Box 12: 35
Tourist Slides: Bonsai Shows
1960-1962
Box 12: 36
Tourist Slides: Bonsai Shows
1963-1971
Box 12: 37
Tourist Slides: Bonsai Shows
1965-1977
Box 12: 38
Tourist Slides: Bonsai Shows
undated
Box 12: 39
Tourist Slides: Brother Thomas
1970-1976
Box 12: 40
Tourist Slides: California
1962
Box 12: 41
Tourist Slides: Century 21 Expo (Seattle, Wash.)
1962
Box 12: 42
Tourist Slides: Craftsbury, Vermont
1975
Box 12: 43
Tourist Slides: Family
1970-1973
Box 12: 44
Tourist Slides: Flowers and Gardens
1970
Box 12: 45
Tourist Slides: Flowers and Gardens
1974
Box 12: 46
Tourist Slides: Garden Views
1959-1964
Box 12: 47
Tourist Slides: George Schenk Trip
1962
Box 12: 48
Tourist Slides: Hamada
1971
Box 12: 49
Tourist Slides: Hawaii
1963
Box 12: 50
Tourist Slides: Hawaii
1971
Box 12: 51
Tourist Slides: Hokkaido
1974
Box 12: 52
Tourist Slides: Hokkaido and aerial views from plane
1973
Box 12: 53
Tourist Slides: Hokkaido Trips
1970-1973
Box 12: 54
Tourist Slides: Hokkaido Trips
1974
Box 13: 1
Tourist Slides: Hokkaido Trips
1975
Box 13: 3
Tourist Slides: Home, New England
1966-1971
Box 13: 4
Tourist Slides: Japan
1958
Box 13: 5
Tourist Slides: Japan
1959
Box 13: 6
Tourist Slides: Japan
1959
Box 13: 7
Tourist Slides: Japan
1959
Box 13: 8
Tourist Slides: Japan
1959
Box 13: 9
Tourist Slides: Japan
1963
Box 13: 10
Tourist Slides: Japan
1963
Box 13: 11
Tourist Slides: Japan
1964
Box 13: 12
Tourist Slides: Japan
1973-1974
Box 13: 13
Tourist Slides: Midwest Aerial Views
1963-1965
Box 13: 14
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous
1959-1973
Box 13: 15
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous, Amherst, Mass. Scenes Family and Friends
1974
Box 13: 16
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous Art Exhibit
1963
Box 13: 17
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous Friends and Family
1970
Box 13: 18
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous New England Campus, Unidentified
1970
Box 13: 19
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous New England Scenes
undated
Box 13: 20
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous New England Scenes, Family and Friends
1976
Box 13: 21
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous New England Scenes, Family and Friends
1977
Box 13: 22
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous Travel
1970
Box 13: 23
Tourist Slides: Miscellaneous Trees
undated
Box 13: 24
Tourist Slides: Michi
1973
Box 13: 25
Tourist Slides: Mountain and Canyon Views
1959-1964
Box 13: 26
Tourist Slides: New England Flowers
1966-1969
Box 13: 27
Tourist Slides: New England Flowers
1970
Box 13: 28
Tourist Slides: New England Flowers
1970
Box 13: 29
Tourist Slides: New England Flowers
1971
Box 13: 30
Tourist Slides: New England Flowers
1973-1976
Box 13: 31
Tourist Slides: New England Scenes
1969
Box 13: 32
Tourist Slides: New England Scenes, Family, and Friends
1973
Box 13: 33
Tourist Slides: New York City
1960
Box 13: 34
Tourist Slides: People
1964-1975
Box 13: 35
Tourist Slides: Sand Pond Party
1973
Box 13: 36
Tourist Slides: Scenic Views and Homes
1961-1963
Box 13: 37
Tourist Slides: Scenic Views and Homes
1964-1965
Box 13: 38
Tourist Slides: Scenic Views and Home
1969
Box 13: 39
Tourist Slides: Scenic Views of New England
1966-1968
Box 13: 40
Tourist Slides: Scenic Views of New England
1969-1970
Box 13: 41
Tourist Slides: Scenic Views of New England and Montreal
1971
Box 13: 42
Tourist Slides: Seattle Home and Garden Views
undated
Box 13: 43
Tourist Slides: Seattle Home and Garden Views
1961-1964
Box 13: 44
Tourist Slides: Seattle Home and Garden Views
1965-1966
Box 13: 45
Tourist Slides: Seattle Trees and Flowers
1958-1972
Box 13: 46
Tourist Slides: Tanglewood
1976
Box 13: 47
Tourist Slides: Temples, Shrines, and Gardens
1958-1959
Box 13: 48
Tourist Slides: Temples, Shrines, and Gardens
1963-1964
Box 13: 49
Tourist Slides: Temples, Shrines, and Gardens
1973
Box 13: 50
Tourist Slides: Tokyo
1958
Box 13: 51
Tourist Slides: Tokyo
1959
Box 13: 52
Tourist Slides: Tokyo
1959
Box 13: 53
Tourist Slides: Tokyo
1959
Box 13: 54
Tourist Slides: Tokyo
1963
Box 13: 55
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
1973
Box 13: 56
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
1973
Box 13: 57
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
Box 13: 58
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
1973
Box 14: 1
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
1973
Box 14: 2
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
1973
Box 14: 3
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
1973
Box 14: 4
Tourist Slides: Trip to Japan
1973
Box 14: 5
Tourist Slides: UMass and Amherst Center
1965-1972
Box 14: 6
Tourist Slides: Washington State Views
1958-1959
Box 14: 7
Tourist Slides: Washington State Scenic Views
1960
Box 14: 8
Tourist Slides: Washington State Scenic Views
1961
Box 14: 9
Tourist Slides: Washington State Scenic Views
1962
Box 14: 10
Series 7. Personal, Biographical, and Family
1887-1990
Amherst Historic Society Newsletters, Programs, Notes
1980-1989
Box 14: 11
Clippings: Amherst Salamanders
1987-1989
Box 14: 12
Clippings: Emily Dickinson
1980-1986
Box 14: 13
Clippings: Japan in Pictures
undated
Box 14: 14
Clippings: Japan Institute
1954
Box 14: 15
Clippings: Maki, Vice Dean of Arts, Sciences College
1966-1967
Box 14: 16
Clippings: Orting Centennial
1989
Box 14: 17
Correspondence: Amherst Historical Society
1887-1891
Box 14: 18
Correspondence: Personal Holiday Cards
ca. 1970-1989
Box 14: 19
Correspondence: Personal Miscellaneous
ca. 1960-1969
Box 14: 20
Correspondence: Smith, Charles F.
1984
Box 14: 21

Attorney for James Maki.

Family Correspondence
1990
Box 14: 22
Family Records: Donatello
1966-1972
Box 14: 23
Family Records: Genealogy Research, McGivrey
undated
Box 14: 24
Family Records
1990
Box 14: 25
Family Records: John Maki Adoption Records, Name Change, Birth Certificate
1909-1918
Box 14: 26
Family Records: Maki’s Name Change
undated
Box 14: 27
Family Records: Student Grade Book, Jack McGivrey
1929
Box 14: 28
Japanese Community Dinner
1980
Box 14: 29
Tourist Map of Sapporo (Olympics)
ca. 1972
Box 14: 30
Tourist Postcards of Japan
undated
Box 14: 31
Series 8. Mary Maki
1932-1991
“An Interpretaion of Chanoyu and Chabana Tea Ceremonies
undated
Box 14: 32
Bonsai Exhibit at Seattle Art Museum
1962-1964
Box 14: 33
Bonsai Invoices and Receipts
ca. 1960-1969
Box 14: 34
Bonsai, Miscellaneous
undated
Box 14: 35
Bonsai Research Notes
undated
Box 14: 36
Clippings: Bonsai
ca. 1955-1980
Box 14: 37
Clippings: Ferns and Ground Covers
ca. 1950-1980
Box 14: 38
Clippings: Japanese Gardens
1960-1969
Box 14: 39
Clippings: Miscellaneous Gardens
ca. 1980-1989
Box 14: 40
Clippings: Senke School
ca. 1955-1961
Box 14: 41
Correspondence: Bonsai
ca. 1959-1969
Box 14: 42
Correspondence: Craig, Margery M. (Bonsai Study Group)
1973-1978
Box 14: 43
Correspondence: Frese, Paul (American Bonsai Society)
1978-1979
Box 14: 44
Correspondence: “Get Well Soon” notes
undated
Box 14: 45
Correspondence: Hokkaido Youth and Women
1979-1987
Box 14: 46
Correspondence: Lenz, Nick
ca. 1980-1989
Box 14: 47
Correspondence: Miscellaneous
1946-1987
Box 14: 48
Correspondence: Yoshimura, Yuji (Yoshimure Bonsai Company, Inc.)
1960-1980
Box 14: 49
Estate Settlement: Donations in Memoriam
ca. 1990-1991
Box 14: 50
Estate Settlement: Obituary
1990
Box 14: 51
Estate Settlement: Sale of Bonsai Plants
1990
Box 14: 52
Garden Supply Receipts
undated
Box 14: 53
Hokkaido Centennial, Trees, and Flowers (Maki Gift)
ca. 1970-1979
Box 14: 54
Japan Trip (Bonsai Tour)
1971
Box 14: 55
Larch Hill an History of Amherst
1973-1974
Box 14: 56
Leverett Craftsmen and Artists
1969
Box 14: 57
Miscellaneous
undated
Box 14: 58
Senke School of Japanese Flower Arrangement
ca. 1932-1969
Box 14: 59
Tea Ceremony Research
ca. 1970-1979
Box 14: 60
“Trees of Amherst”
ca. 1970-1979
Box 14: 61
Washington Arboretum Tea Garden
undated
Box 14: 62
Administrative information
Provenance

Acquired from John Maki, 2006.

Processing Information

Processed by Kristin Van Patten, 2015.

Copyright and Use (More informationConnect to publication information)

Cite as: John Maki Papers (FS 120). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

Subjects

  • Clark, William Smith, 1826-1886
  • Constitutional law--Japan
  • Japan--History--Allied occupation, 1945-1952
  • Japan--Politics and government--20th century
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst--Faculty
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst. Department of Political Science

Contributors

  • Maki, John M. (John McGilvrey), 1909-

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