Summary:Letters to Margaret Anderson from Japanese friends; most are from Fumiko Mitani Amatatsu who attended Mt. Holyoke College with Anderson. Amatatsu subsequently returned to Japan before the outbreak of the Second World War, and during the American Occupation after the war Anderson sent her relief packages. Amatatsu's written responses to Anderson's gifts chronicle both the hardships and joys of the Japanese people during that period. Some letters predate the Allied occupation of Japan. Enclosed in some of Amatatsu's letters are letters from other Japanese people who received Anderson's donations.
日本占領関係資料over 30,000 digitized items drawn from the US National Archives, made available by the NDL.
The Gordon W. Prange CollectionThe contents of the Prange Collection once constituted the files of the Civil Censorship Detachment (CCD), an operating unit of the Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers (SCAP) Press, Pictorial and Broadcast Division. Between 1945 and 1949, the CCD was responsible for reviewing all Japanese publications to identify violations of the Code for the Japanese Press. Yenchinglibrary holds a complete set of magazines and newspapers from the Prange collection in microform.