Alfred Rodman Hussey papers (1944-1998, bulk 1945-1948)
Summary Information
Title: Alfred Rodman Hussey papers
Creator: Hussey, Alfred Rodman, 1902-1964
Inclusive dates: 1944-1998
Bulk dates: 1945-1948
Extent: 10.5 Linear feet (1 manuscript box, 10 record center boxes)
Abstract:
The papers of Alfred Rodman Hussey (1902-1964) span the years 1944-1998, with the bulk of the material concentrated in the years from 1945 to 1948. They include correspondence, memoranda, orders, reports, official and unofficial policy papers, draft legislation, drafts of writings, clippings, and printed matter relating to Hussey's work with the Government Section, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, during the Allied occupation of Japan following World War II and to the efforts of the Allies to reorganize Japanese government and society.
Call number: hussey
Language: The material is in English.
Repository: University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Library)

Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research.

Copyright:

Copyright has not been transferred to the Regents of the University of Michigan. Permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder(s).

Preferred Citation:

Alfred Rodman Hussey papers,, University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Library)

Collection History
Processing Information:

Finding aid prepared by Ikumi Crocoll.


Arrangement

Those folders that were numbered have been left in their original order. The papers are divided into 106 series. Topical series headings have been added to match or closely follow the previous hanging-file organization system.


Biography

Alfred Rodman Hussey, born in 1902, was stationed with the Government Section, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, during the Allied occupation of Japan following World War II. Hussey initially served as a member of the Planning Unit, and then successively as chief, Internal Affairs Unit; chief, Governmental Powers Branch of the Governmental Powers Division; and special assistant to the chief, Government Section. Hussey was a principal contributor to the draft by Douglas MacArthur in 1947 of the Japanese constitution and had a significant role in the establishment of the new Labor Ministry. Hussey left Japan and returned to the United States in July 1948.

[From Library of Congress finding aid]


Collection Scope and Content Note

The papers of Alfred Rodman Hussey (1902-1964) span the years 1944-1998, with the bulk of the material concentrated in the years from 1945 to 1948. They include correspondence, memoranda, orders, reports, official and unofficial policy papers, draft legislation, drafts of writings, clippings, and printed matter relating to Hussey's work with the Government Section, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, during the Allied occupation of Japan following World War II and to the efforts of the Allies to reorganize Japanese government and society. The files consist of detailed information on nearly every aspect of postwar Japan, especially the drafting of the Japanese constitution, the reorganization of the Diet, and policy proposals in the areas of labor, civil rights, prisons, the economy, prostitution, and the imperial household. The collection also includes some personal papers and correspondence of Hussey relating to his interests in civil rights and in the Central Intelligence Agency, as well as his various writings. Oversize maps and charts have been left folded at this time but will be digitzed at a later date, which will help with both preservation and access. In addition, it should be noted that items in Folder 100-A were omitted from the Library of Congress microfilm due to their large size.

At the end of the papers are several cassette and magnetic tapes. In addition, there is a bibliographic essay concerning the collection written by John Bowden entitled "The SCAP Files of Commander Alfred R. Hussey" and an item-by-item checklist of the papers organized by document number. The reel list, corresponding to the mirofilm reels housed at the Library of Congress, provides the first and last document number for each of the twelve reels. The checklist and reel list should be consulted for locating specific documents. Finally, the last two boxes of the collection contain duplicate materials.

While the majority of the materials are in English, there is a significant portion of Japanese content, as well.

[Modified from the Library of Congress microfilm finding aid]

Subject Terms
    Subjects:
    • Japan -- History -- Allied occupation, 1945-1952.
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- Japan.
    • Civil Rights -- Japan.
    • Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Government Section.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    1 Organization of the Occupation [series]:
    Box   1  
    1-A Formation, Personnel, and Organization of the Government Section  (1945-1948)
    Box   1  
    1-B Duties of Governmental Powers Division  (1946)
    Box   1  
    1-C Work Status Reports of the Government Section  (1946-1948)
    Box   1  
    1-D Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Organization Charts  (1946-1948)
     
    1-E Memoranda on Government Section Responsibilities  (1946)
     
    2 Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Administrative Materials [series]:
    Box   1  
    2-A Government Section Personnel  (1946-1947) (2.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    2-B Duties of Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Sections and Government Section Memoranda  (1945-1946) (2.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    2-C Government Section Memoranda  (1946-1948) (2.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    2-D Memoranda on Field Trips and Books  (1945-1947)
     
    3 Military Government Orientation [series]:
    Box   1  
    3-A Eighth Army Trips and Conferences  (1947)
     
    4 Far Eastern Commission [series]:
    Box   1  
    4-A Far Eastern Commission Documents  (1946-1949) (5.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    4-B FEC C Far Eastern Commission of Constitutional and Legal Reform  (1946)
    Box   1  
    4-C Far Eastern Commission Reports  (1946-1948)
     
    5 Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers and Japanese Government Organization Charts [series]:
    Box   1  
    5-A Japanese Government Ministries and Dates of Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Action on Their Status  (1946)
    Box   1  
    5-B Organizational Charts for Kyushu  (1946) (2.0 folders)
     
    6 Organizational Reports of the Japanese Government [series]:
    Box   1  
    6-A Organizational Reports of the Japanese Government  (1945) (4.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    6-B Organizational Reports of the Japanese Government  (1946) (3.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    6-C Organizational Reports of the Japanese Government  (1947) (3.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    6-D Official Gazette  (1945)
     
    7 Daily Gazette and Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Directives [series]: (2.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    7 Daily Gazette and Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Directives  (1945)
     
    8 Studies of Prewar and Wartime Japan [series]:
    Box   1  
    8-A Allied Studies of Prewar Japanese Government  (1945-1946) (4.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    8-B Executive Branch of Japanese Government before Occupation
    Box   1  
    8-C Study of the Wartime Economy
    Box   1  
    8-D Governmental Reform  (1947)
     
    9 Studies for Reorganization of Japanese Government [series]:
    Box   1  
    9-A Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Study for Decentralization and Demilitarization of Government  (1945)
    Box   1  
    9-B Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Orders for Japanese Government Reorganizing  (1945-1946)
    Box   1  
    9-C Reorganization of Regional Administrative Bureaus  (1945)
    Box   1  
    9-D Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Debate on Legislative Reform  (1945)
     
    10 Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Investigation of Military and Martial Law [series]:
    Box   1  
    10-A Military and Naval Penal Codes, Court-Martials, and Restorations of Prisoners' Rights  (1946-1947)
    Box   1  
    10-B Court-Martial Cases  (1946-1947) (4.0 folders)
    Box   1  
    10-C Prisoners Sentenced by Japanese Court Martial and Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Action  (1946)
    Box   2  
    10-D Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Investigation of Court Martial Cases  (1946)
     
    11 Demobilization Program of Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) [series]:
    Box   2  
    11-A Demobilization Program of Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP)  (1945-1947) (4.0 folders)
     
    12 Demobilization Charts [series]:
    Box   2  
    12-B Demobilization 1st Bureau  (1946-1947) (2.0 folders)
    Box   2  
    12-C Demobilization 2nd Bureau  (1946-1948)
     
    13 Demobilization: Commander Naval Forces, Far East (COMNAVFE) [series]:
    Box   2  
    13-A Reduction of Personnel in Demobilization Bureaus  (1946-1947)
    Box   2  
    13-B Proceedings of Investigation of Second Demobilization Board  (1946) (2.0 folders)
     
    14 Demobilization Consolidation [series]:
    Box   2  
    14-A Investigation of Transport Ship and Ex-Naval Officers  (1947-1948)
    Box   2  
    14-B Military Pensions and Benefits  (1945-1946)
    Box   2  
    14-C Demobilization Agencies  (1945-1948) (2.0 folders)
     
    15 Demobilized Personnel Retained [series]:
    Box   2  
    15-A Retention of Japanese Career Naval and Military Officers in Demobilization Agencies  (1946-1948)
     
    16 Reparations [series]:
    Box   2  
    16-A Occupational Costs  (1946)
    Box   2  
    16-B Restitution  (1946)
    Box   2  
    16-C Reparations  (1946-1947)
     
    17 Diet Elections [series]:
    Box   2  
    17-A Election Campaign Reports  (1946)
    Box   2  
    17-B General Election Results  (1947-1948) (3.0 folders)
    Box   2  
    17-C Prevention of Election Malpractices  (1945)
    Box   2  
    17-D Election Field Trips  (1946-1947)
     
    18 The Diet [series]:
    Box   2  
    18-A Diet Activity  (1946-1947) (2.0 folders)
    Box   2  
    18-B Government Section Legislative Program  (1945-1947)
    Box   2  
    18-C Reform of the Diet  (1946)
     
    19 Constitution File List [series]:
    Box   2  
    19-A Drafting of the Constitution  (1945)
    Box   2  
    19-B Moscow Meeting, Potsdam Declaration, and Occupation Directives  (1945)
    Box   2  
    19-C Drafting the Constitution  (1946, 1963-1964) (2.0 folders)
    Box   2  
    19-D Drafts of the Constitution  (1946) (2.0 folders)
     
    20 Far Eastern Commission Tokyo Conference [series]:
    Box   2  
    20-A Far Eastern Commission (FEC) on Constitutional Revision  (1946)
     
    21 Initial Constitutional Drafts [series]:
    Box   2  
    21-A Konoye-Atcheson Talks on Constitutional Revision  (1945)
    Box   2  
    21-B Government Section and Matsumoto Committee on Constitutional Revision  (1945)
    Box   3  
    21-C Preliminary Report and Proposals on Constitutional Revision  (1945-1946)
    Box   3  
    21-D Morito Draft of the Revised Constitution  (1945-1946)
     
    22 Private Constitution Proposals [series]:
    Box   3  
    22-A Japanese Views on the Constitutional Government and Emperor  (1937, 1946)
    Box   3  
    22-B Paul De Gyarmathy's Draft of the Revised Constitution  (1945)
     
    23 Memoranda and Reports on Government Section Meetings [series]:
    Box   3  
    23-B Memorandum and Reports on Government Section Meeting on Constitutional Reform  (1946)
     
    24 Drafts of Parts of Constitution [series]:
    Box   3  
    24-A Draft of the "Preamble " to the Revised Constitution
    Box   3  
    24-B Draft of Chapter One, "The Emperor," of the Revised Constitution
    Box   3  
    24-C Drafts of Chapter Four, "The Diet," of the Revised Constitution
    Box   3  
    24-D Drafts of Chapter Seven, "Finance," of the Revised Constitution  (1946)
    Box   3  
    24-E Drafts of Chapter Five, "Cabinet," of the Revised Constitution
    Box   3  
    24-F Drafts of Chapter Six, "Judiciary," of the Revised Constitution
    Box   3  
    24-G Drafts of Chapter Three, "Rights and Duties of the People," of the Revised Constitution
    Box   3  
    24-H Drafts of Chapter Eight, "Local Self-Government," of the Revised Constitution
    Box   3  
    24-I Draft of Chapter Ten, "Supreme Law," of the Revised Constitution
     
    25-34 Drafts of the Revised Constitution, Reactions, and Related Materials [series]:
    Box   4  
    25-A Committees Charged with the Drafting of the New Constitution and Their Drafts  (1946)
    Box   4  
    25-B Drafts of the Revised Constitution
    Box   4  
    26-B Japanese-American Discussion of the Drafts of the Revised Constitution  (1946)
    Box   4  
    26-C Drafts of the Revisied Constitution (up to 3/4/1946) (2.0 folders)
    Box   4  
    26-D Drafts of the Revised Constitution (after 3/6/1946)
    Box   4  
    27-A Discussion of the Draft of the Revised Constitution  (1946)
    Box   4  
    28-A Further Discussion of the Draft of the Revised Constitution  (1946) (2.0 folders)
    Box   4  
    28-B Memoranda on the Draft Constitution and Additional Drafts  (1946) (4.0 folders)
    Box   4  
    28-C Additional Drafts of the Revised Constitution  (1946) (2.0 folders)
    Box   4  
    29-A Parties' Revisions of the Draft Constitution  (1946-1948)
    Box   4  
    29-B Additional Drafts of the Revised Constitution  (1946) (5.0 folders)
    Box   4  
    30-A Constitutional Reform and Other Administrative and Political Matters  (1946)
    Box   4  
    30-B Further Discussion of the Draft of the Revised Constitution  (1946)
    Box   4  
    31-A Promulgation of the New Constitution  (1946)
    Box   4  
    32-A Documents Related to Drafting of New Constitution  (1945-1946) (4.0 folders)
    Box   4  
    33-A Documents Relating to the New Constitution and Its Promulgation  (1946-1947, 1957-1959)
    Box   4  
    34-A Press Clippings  (1946-1948, 1950, 1952) (4.0 folders)
     
    50 Promulgation of the Constitution [series]:
    Box   4  
    50-A Promulgation of Laws and Official Documents  (1947)
    Box   4  
    50-B Regarding Imperial Decrees and Cabinet Orders in Force at Time of Promulgation of Constitution  (1947)
    Box   4  
    50-C Constitutional Interpretations and Legal Matters  (1946-1948)
     
    51 Analyses of Reactions to Constitution [series]:
    Box   4  
    51-A Public Reaction to the New Constitution  (1946)
    Box   4  
    51-B Two Private Reactions to Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) and Constitution  (1948)
     
    52 Reactions to the Constitution [series]:
    Box   4  
    52-A Press Reaction to the Constitution  (1946-1948)
    Box   4  
    52-B Censorship of Press and Correspondence
    Box   4  
    52-C Western Press Clippings  (1946-1947)
    Box   4  
    52-D Hussey's Essays on New Constitution
    Box   4  
    52-E Hussey's Press Conference on the Constitution and Statement  (1947)
    Box   4  
    52-F Japanese Press Reactions to Hussey Statement of 3/4/1947  (1947)
     
    53 Popularization of the Constitution [series]:
    Box   4  
    53-A The Society for the Popularization of the Constitution  (1947)
    Box   4  
    53-B The Society for the Popularization of the Constitution  (1947)
    Box   4  
    53-C Promoting the New Constitution  (1947)
    Box   4  
    53-D Promoting the New Constitution  (1946-1947)
     
    54 Japanese Government Explanation of Constitution [series]:
    Box   4  
    54-A Japanese Government Popular Explanation of the New Constitution  (1946) (3.0 folders)
     
    55 The Imperial Household [series]:
    Box   4  
    55-A Imperial Family and Tours  (1947)
    Box   4  
    55-B Status of Members of the Imperial House
    Box   5  
    55-C Allowances of Imperial Princes and Princesses  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    55-D Legal Measures to Abolish the Hereditary Holdings of the Peers
     
    56 Finances of the Imperial House [series]:
    Box   5  
    56-A Imperial Household Office Law and Cabinet Order No. 5  (1947-1948)
    Box   5  
    56-B Imperial Household Economy Law  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    56-C Enforcement Law for the Imperial Household Economy Law  (1946-1948) (2.0 folders)
    Box   5  
    56-D Imperial Family Budget  (1947-1948)
    Box   5  
    56-E Imperial Household Personnel  (1947-1948)
     
    57 Imperial Property and Assets [series]:
    Box   5  
    57-A Disposition of Imperial Property  (1946-1948) (2.0 folders)
    Box   5  
    57-B Assets of the Imperial House  (1945, 1947) (2.0 folders)
    Box   5  
    57-C Imperial House Holdings Maps (2.0 folders)
     
    58 Judiciary [series]:
    Box   5  
    58-A Judiciary  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    58-B Judicial Problems Relating to Aliens  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    58-C Other Judicial Matters  (1945-1946)
     
    59 Labor Strife [series]:
    Box   5  
    59-A Labor Agitation: MacArthur Statement  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    59-B Labor Agitation: Suppresion  (1946-1947)
     
    60 Report of Advisory Committee on Labor [series]:
    Box   5  
    60-A Final Report of Advisory Committee on Labor  (1946) (3.0 folders)
     
    61 Labor Ministry [series]:
    Box   5  
    61-A Creation of Labor Ministry  (1946-1947) (3.0 folders)
    Box   5  
    61-B Labor Ministry, Women's Bureau  (1946-1947)
     
    62 Labor Standards Bill [series]:
    Box   5  
    62-A Labor Standards Bill  (1946-1947)
     
    63 Labor Regulation Laws [series]:
    Box   5  
    63-A National Public Service Law Controversy  (1948)
    Box   5  
    63-B The Government Officers Law and the Administrative Offices Law  (1946-1948)
    Box   5  
    63-C Labor Exchange Law  (1946-1947)
     
    64 Welfare Laws [series]:
    Box   5  
    64-A Welfare Ministry Reorganization  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    64-B Public Health Measures, Child Welfare, and Medical Examiners  (1945-1948)
    Box   5  
    64-C Insurance  (1947)
    Box   5  
    64-D Responses to Social Security Mission Report  (1947-1948)
     
    65 Labor Security Laws [series]:
    Box   5  
    65-A Unemployment Insurance Law  (1947)
    Box   5  
    65-B Employment Security Law and Labor Exchange Law  (1947) (3.0 folders)
     
    66 Relief [series]:
    Box   5  
    66-A Repatriation Relief Agency  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    66-B Relief Association Investigations  (1946-1947)
     
    67 Education [series]:
    Box   5  
    67-A Education in Japan  (1946) (2.0 folders)
    Box   5  
    67-B Higher Education  (1945-1947)
    Box   5  
    67-C Educational Rehabilitation Fund Bill
    Box   5  
    67-D Student Reaction to Occupation  (1946)
     
    68 Control of Economy [series]:
    Box   5  
    68-A Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Economic and Trade Policy  (1946)
    Box   5  
    68-B Proposals of Hisaji Kubo regarding National Salvation Economy  (1947-1948)
     
    69 Economy [series]:
    Box   5  
    69-A Economic Conditions in Japan  (1947)
    Box   5  
    69-B Economic Stabilization Board  (1946, 1948)
    Box   5  
    69-C Public Agencies  (1946)
    Box   5  
    69-D Economic Police and Inspection System  (1946-1947)
    Box   5  
    69-E Inflation and Economic Distribution  (1946-1947)
     
    70 Finance [series]:
    Box   5  
    70-A Financial Institutions Reconstruction and Reorganization Law  (1947-1948)
    Box   5  
    70-B Research Councils  (1946-1948)
    Box   5  
    70-C Commodity Allocation and Control  (1945-1948)
    Box   6  
    70-D Allocation of Textiles and Fuel  (1946-1948)
    Box   6  
    70-E Public Works  (1945-1946)
     
    71 Economic Exclusion Order [series]:
    Box   6  
    71-A Draft Proposals for Economic Purge  (1946) (2.0 folders)
    Box   6  
    71-B Economic Purge: Allied Council Statement
     
    72 Zaibatsu Deconcentration [series]:
    Box   6  
    72-A Economic Purge: Zaibatsu Criticism  (1947-1948)
    Box   6  
    72-B Economic Purge: Zaibatsu and Family Control Law  (1945-1948)
     
    73 Administrative Laws [series]:
    Box   6  
    73-A Civil Service Reform  (1946-1947)
    Box   6  
    73-B Amending Law No. 72  (1947-1948)
    Box   6  
    73-C Abrogation of Temporary Funds Adjustment Law  (1948)
    Box   6  
    73-D Census  (1945)
    Box   6  
    73-E Dissolution of the Home Ministry  (1947)
    Box   6  
    73-F Foreign Ministry  (1946-1947)
     
    74 Communications [series]:
    Box   6  
    74-A Censorship of Press and Radio  (1945-1946)
    Box   6  
    74-B Ministry of Communications  (1946)
    Box   6  
    74-C Radio Broadcast Law  (1947-1948)
     
    75 Maritime Safety [series]:
    Box   6  
    75-A Coast Guard  (1946-1947)
    Box   6  
    75-B Merchant Marine  (1945, 1947-1948)
     
    76 Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Reorganization Policy [series]:
    Box   6  
    76-A Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) Operational Policy  (1945-1948)
    Box   6  
    76-B Invenstigations of Central Government Administrative Machinery  (1946) (3.0 folders)
     
    77 Local Government [series]:
    Box   6  
    77-A Local Government Administration  (1945-1948)
    Box   6  
    77-B Local Government Administration  (1946-1948) (2.0 folders)
    Box   6  
    77-C Kyusuhu Field Trip Reports  (1946)
    Box   6  
    77-D Local Government Administration: Neighborhood Associations and Local Autonomy Law  (1945)
     
    78 Political Purge [series]:
    Box   6  
    78-A Political Purge  (1945-1946, 1948) (3.0 folders)
    Box   6  
    78-B Amnesty  (1946)
    Box   6  
    78-C Purge of High-Level Government Appointees  (1946-1947)
    Box   6  
    78-D Religious Institutions  (1945-1947)
     
    79 Political Restraints [series]:
    Box   6  
    79-A Political Offenders  (1946-1947)
    Box   6  
    79-B Lese-Majeste  (1945-1946) (2.0 folders)
     
    80 Non-Compliance [series]:
    Box   6  
    80-A Japanese Police  (1945, 1948)
    Box   6  
    80-B Official and Popular Resistance to Supreme Commander for the Allied Forces (SCAP) Directives  (1945-1946)
     
    81 Police Actions [series]:
    Box   6  
    81-A Political Assassination, Terrorism, and Mass Movements  (1946-1947)
    Box   6  
    81-B Public Opinion Surveys Conducted by Police  (1946-1947)
    Box   6  
    81-C Activities of Police and Civil Unrest  (1946)
    Box   6  
    81-D Miscellaneous Police Documents  (1946-1947)
     
    82 Venereal Disease Control [series]:
    Box   6  
    82-A Controlling Prostitution and Venereal Disease  (1945, 1947)
    Box   6  
    82-B Mistreatment of Women in Prostitute Round-Up  (1946-1947)
     
    83 Venereal Disease Control Law [series]:
    Box   6  
    83-A Venereal Disease Control and Prohibition of Prostitution  (1946-1948) (4.0 folders)
     
    84 Civil Liberties [series]:
    Box   6  
    84-A Japanese Claims for Compensation for Damage Caused by Allied Military Personnel  (1946-1947) (2.0 folders)
    Box   6  
    84-B Private Assessments of Civil Liberties  (1947)
    Box   6  
    84-C Civil Liberties: Occupational Personnel  (1947)
    Box   6  
    84-D "Eta"  (1947)
    Box   6  
    84-E Right-Wing Attacks on the Communists  (1947)
     
    85 Civil Liberties [series]:
    Box   6  
    85-A State Department Report on Civil Liberties in Japan  (1946)
    Box   6  
    85-B Violations of Civil and Political Liberty  (1945-1947) (4.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    85-C Excessive Detention of Prisoners  (1947)
     
    86 Press Conferences [series]:
    Box   7  
    86-A Press: Analyses, Translations, and Summaries  (1946-1947) (3.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    86-B Press Conferences  (1946-1947) (3.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    86-C Press Conferences  (1947-1948) (3.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    86-D Miscellaneous Press Materials  (1946)
     
    87 Publications [series]:
    Box   7  
    87-A Jiji Press Translations  (1946) (2.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    87-B Kyodo Press Translations  (1946)
    Box   7  
    87-C Translations from Okuyama Service  (1946)
    Box   7  
    87-D Political Affairs Bulletin  (1947)
    Box   7  
    87-E Weekly News Bulletin  (1946-1947) (2.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    87-F Supplement Weekly Activities Report  (1946)
    Box   7  
    87-G Press Reaction to Constitution  (1945-1946)
     
    88 Political Reorientation of Japan [series]:
    Box   7  
    88-A Political Reorientation of Japan, Chapter III  (1947) (2.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    88-B Documents on Appendix C of Political Reorganization of Japan
    Box   7  
    88-C Reorganizing the National Government  (1946-1947)
     
    89 Hussey's Manuscripts [series]:
    Box   7  
    89-A Economic Policy of United States of America with Respect to Japan  (1945)
    Box   7  
    89-B Washington-Supreme Commander for the Allied Forces (SCAP) Messages  (1947-1948)
    Box   7  
    89-C Democracy and the State of the Japanese Government  (1946, 1948)
    Box   7  
    89-D Professor Oishi's View of Constitution and Hussey's Notes and Comments  (1954)
     
    90 Hussey's Proposed Book Manuscript [series]:
    Box   7  
    90-A Origins of the Japanese Constitution  (1947-1948, 1956, 1959-1960) (4.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    90-B "The Imperial Institution" and "The Occupation of Japan"  (1957, 1959) (3.0 folders)
     
    91 Oral History Transcripts [series]:
    Box   7  
    91-A Oral History Transcripts: Tapes 1 and 2  (1964)
    Box   7  
    91-A Oral History Transcripts: Tapes 3 and 4  (1964)
     
    92 Project Proposal, Curriculum Vitae [series]:
    Box   7  
    92-A Bibliographical Notes  (1964)
    Box   7  
    92-B Project Proposal  (1963-1964)
    Box   7  
    92-C Personal Writings  (1937, 1949)
    Box   7  
    92-D Association for Asian Studies Meeting  (1958-1960)
     
    93 Correspondence [series]:
    Box   7  
    93-A Correspondence  (1945-1948, 1958-1961, 1963-1964) (4.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    93-B Correspondence with Charles L. Kades  (1958, 1960)
    Box   7  
    93-C Correspondence with Douglas MacArthur  (1957-1958)
    Box   7  
    93-D Correspondence with Milo Rowell  (1958-1959, 1963)
    Box   7  
    93-E Correspondence with Ray Sakakibara  (1958-1959)
    Box   7  
    93-F Commission on the Constitution  (1957-1962)
    Box   7  
    93-G Correspondence with Robert F. Ward  (1957-1960, 1963)
    Box   7  
    93-H Correspondence with Courtney Whitney
    Box   7  
    93-I Seeking Employment  (1944, 1948)
     
    94 Publications [series]:
    Box   7  
    94-A Letters to the Editor  (1963)
    Box   7  
    94-B The Reporter  (1964)
    Box   7  
    94-C The New Republic  (1963)
    Box   7  
    94-D Correspondence with Columbia University on Publication and Personal Papers  (1963-1964)
    Box   7  
    94-E Academic Association with Connecticut College  (1963)
    Box   7  
    94-F J. B. Lippincott Company  (1961-1963)
    Box   7  
    94-G Little, Brown and Company  (1963)
    Box   7  
    94-H Simon and Schuster, Inc.  (1964)
    Box   7  
    94-I Articles for Attempted Publication
    Box   7  
    94-J Drafts of "Politics in Japan: Is This Democracy?" (2.0 folders)
     
    95 Pertinent Clippings [series]:
    Box   7  
    95-A Clippings on General Douglas MacArthur  (1964) (2.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    95-B Clippings on Asia  (1959-1964) (3.0 folders)
    Box   7  
    95-C Sino-Soviet Relations  (1951, 1959-1962) (2.0 folders)
     
    96 Civil Liberties Clippings [series]:
    Box   7  
    96-A American Civil Liberties Union  (1947-1948)
    Box   7  
    96-B Civil Rights Clippings  (1958, 1960-1963) (3.0 folders)
     
    97 "The Official American Overseas" [series]:
    Box   8  
    97-A Correspondence on "The Official American Overseas"  (1959-1961, 1963-1964)
    Box   8  
    97-B "The Official American Overseas" Manuscripts  (1961-1962, 1964) (2.0 folders)
     
    98 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Materials [series]:
    Box   8  
    98-A Bibliographies  (1953-1954, 1959) (2.0 folders)
    Box   8  
    98-B Scott Gilbert's "Sociological Intelligence"  (1962)
    Box   8  
    98-C "Introduction to Overseas Effectiveness" Course  (1959)
     
    99 Overseasmanship Material [series]:
    Box   8  
    99-A Overseasmanship Material  (1958-1961) (4.0 folders)
    Box   8  
    99-B Overseasmanship Material  (1959-1961) (3.0 folders)
     
    100 Organization Charts of Japanese Government  (1946) [series]:
    Box   8  
    100-A Organization Charts of the Japanese Government  (1946) (5.0 folders)
     
    101 Hussey's Lectures to Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) Personnel [series]:
    Box   8  
    101-A Lectures at Counter Intelligence Corps Training School  (1947)
    Box   8  
    101-B Lectures to Trainees of Temporary Personnel Commission of Japanese Government  (1948)
     
    102 Hussey's Lectures to Temporary Personnel Commission [series]:
    Box   8  
    102-A "The Japanese State" Lecture (2.0 folders)
    Box   8  
    102-B "The New Japanese State" Lecture  (1948)
    Box   8  
    102-C Miscellaneous Drafts of Manuscript on the Japanese State
     
    103 Bibliographical Material [series]:
    Box   8  
    103-A Bibliographical Material  (1956, 1958, 1960) (3.0 folders)
     
    104 Additional Documents and Publications [series]:
    Box   8  
    104-A Miscellaneous Documents  (1945-1948) (5.0 folders)
    Box   8  
    Additional Documents  (1945-1947, 1964, 1972) (7.0 folders)
    Box   9  
    Monbusho. Atarashi Kenpo no Hanashi. Tokyo: Jitsugyo Kyokasho Kabushikigaisha, 1947.
    Box   9  
    Fuse, Tatsuji. Tennosei no Hihan: Dato? Shiji? Kenpo Kaisei (Shian). Tokyo: Shinseikatsu Undosha, 1946.
    Box   9  
    Kenpo Fukyukai. Atarashi Kenpo, Akarui Seikatsu. [Tokyo]: [Kenpo Fukyukai], 1947.
    Box   9  
    [Naikaku Sori Daijin Kanbo Chosa Shitsu]. Hanbei Fucho no Jittai. [Tokyo]: [Naikaku Sori Daijin Kanbo Chosa Shitsu], 1953.
    Box   9  
    Tobata, Seiichi. Japan's Agriculture: Farming Population. [Tokyo]: Public Information and Cultural Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1956.
    Box   9  
    [United States]. Constitution of The United States. [Washington, D.C.]: Bureau of Treaties and Conventions in the Department of Foreign Affairs, [date of publication not identified].
    Box   9  
    Civil Property Custodian. Conversion Tables. [place of publication not identified]: General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, [date of publication not identified].
    Box   9  
    [Japan]. The Law Concerning The Organization of Cities. [Tokyo]: Home Ministry, 1946. (2.0 folders)
    Box   9  
    Okita, Saburo. The Rehabilitation of Japan's Economy and Asia. [Tokyo]: Public Information and Cultural Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1956.
    Box   9  
    Narahashi, Wataru. Berugi no Onna. Osaka: Kokusai Shuppan, 1948.
    Box   9  
    United States Department of State. Documents & State Papers. Washington, D.C.: G.P.O., 1948.
    Box   9  
    United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Summary Report (Pacific War). Washington, D.C.: G.P.O., 1946.
    Box   9  
    United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Civil Affairs Handbook: Taiwan (Formosa), Takao Province. [Washington, D.C.]: [G.P.O.], 1944.
    Box   9  
    United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Civil Affairs Handbook: Taiwan (Formosa), Tainan Province. [Washington, D.C.]: [G.P.O.], 1944.
    Box   9  
    United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Civil Affairs Handbook: Taiwan (Formosa), Shinchiku Province. [Washington, D.C.]: Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department, 1944.
    Box   9  
    United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Civil Affairs Handbook: Taiwan (Formosa), Taihoku Province. [Washington, D.C.]: Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department, 1944.
    Box   9  
    United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Civil Affairs Handbook: Japanese Administrative Organization in Taiwan (Formosa). [Washington, D.C.]: [G.P.O.], 1944.
    Box   9  
    United States. Army Service Forces. Civil Affairs Handbook, Japan: Section 2: Government and Administration. [Washington, D.C.]: G.P.O., 1945.
    Box   9  
    United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Civil Affairs Handbook: Tawian (Formosa) - Economic Supplement. [Washington, D.C.]: [G.P.O.], 1944.
     
    Audiovisual Materials [series]:

    The audiocassettes in Box 9 have been reformatted and their contents burned to a DVD for use in the reading room. This DvD is located in Box 9.

    Box   9  
    "Occupation of Japan II," Part 1, 1998 (audio casette tape, 53 minutes)
    Box   9  
    "Occupation of Japan II," Part 2, 1998 (digital audio tape, 53 minutes)
    Box   9  
    "Occupation of Japan II," Part 3, 1998 (audio casette tape, 50 minutes)
    Box   9  
    "Occupation of Japan II" (magnetic recording tape)
    Audio   9  
    Reference copy of "Occupation of Japan II" tapes
     
    Duplicate Material [series]:
    Box   10  
    Duplicate Documents
    Box   11  
    Duplicate Documents: several documents from sections 1 and 2 (in Box 1)
    Additional Descriptive Data
    Related Archival Materials note

    Color slides (call number KNX 2201 .N48 1947) and a commemorative photo album (call number DS 889.16 .A4 1947) that were originally part of the papers are housed separately in the Asia Library. These are building-use only and must be requested.