Harry Charles Kelly Papers 1882-1995

Creator
Kelly, Harry C., 1908-1976
Size
14.5 linear feet (29 archival boxes)
Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.

Call number
MC 00072
Access to materials

Collection is open for research; access requires at least 48 hours advance notice.

The Harry Charles Kelly Papers include correspondence, articles, reports, speeches, awards, photographs, artifacts and other items related to Kelly's career as a physicist, science administrator, and educator.

Harry Charles Kelly (1908-1976), physicist, educator, science administrator and author, was educated in physics at Lehigh University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1945, Kelly accepted the position of Chief of Science and Technology for the Special Projects Unit of the United States Army. His work helped strengthen cooperative scientific ventures between Japan and the United States. Kelly later worked for the National Science Foundation and, resuming his academic career, served as Provost at North Carolina State University.

Language

Most material in English. Some items in Japanese, German, or French.

Biographical/historical note

Harry Charles Kelly was born on September 3, 1908, in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor of Science (1931) and Masters of Science (1933) degrees from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and his Doctorate in Physics (1936) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After graduating, Kelly worked briefly as a research engineer, taught at Montana State College, and directed laboratory facilities at Saint John's College in Maryland. Later in 1945 while employed at MIT's radiation laboratory, Kelly accepted the position of Chief of Science and Technology for the Special Projects Unit of the United States Army. Although hired to inform the government of Japan's alleged secret scientific advancements in defense, Kelly focused instead on building a trust among Japanese and United States scientists, sharing ideas and cooperative ventures. His success has been well-documented in numerous articles, books, interviews, and a television documentary. Throughout his lifetime, Kelly continued to promote international scientific education and research, serving as head of Naval Research, and filled various prominent posts during his ten years at the National Science Foundation. In 1961, Dr. Kelly became the Chairman of the United States Delegation to the United States-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation. Resuming his academic career in November, 1962, Kelly was appointed as Provost, Dean of Faculty at North Carolina State University. He retired in 1974.

During his career, Kelly was awarded numerous awards and honors, and joined several professional and honor societies, including: American Association for the Advancement of Science; American Physics Society; American Association of Physics Teachers; American Nuclear Society; Phi Beta Kappa; and Sigma Xi. Other associations included the Pacific Science Board and the North Carolina Board of Science and Technology. Dr. Kelly, educator, author, and physicist, husband of Irene Andes Kelly, father of two sons, Henry and Thomas Kelly, died on February 2, 1976.

A tribute to Harry C. Kelly was written by Hideo Yoshikawa. Published originally in Japan in 1987, translated into English in 1994, Science Has No National Borders: Harry C. Kelly and the Reconstruction of Science in Postwar Japan reflects Kelly's commitment to a world-wide exchange of scientific and cultural ideas between the East and West.

Scope/content

The collection documents Harry Charles Kelly's career as educator, author, administrator, and physicist. Among the correspondence and collected works, Kelly is also portrayed as an outstanding diplomat and liaison in the international scientific community. The Correspondence series contains a significant amount of personal and business correspondence. The second series, Articles, Reports, and Speeches is the largest part of the collection encompassing educational and scientific articles, reports and speeches. The Awards, Honors, and Certificates is a separate series since Dr. Kelly had a world renowned reputation. He was recognized internationally among scientists and government officials in the United States and Japan and won highest awards and medals. The fourth series, Photographic Materials is a small part of the collection, however, the photographs, movie reels, slides, and Dr. Nishina's album are fully identified. The collection is divided among several topics: portraits; Kelly with people; family; people; Asian Institute of Technology; equipment and libraries; conferences and meetings; outside photographs; and Kelly's memorial service. The Papers of Dr. Bowen C. Dees, the fifth series, donated by Dr. Samuel Coleman added significant material to the collection, overlapping many historical post-war events in Japan. Kelly's colleague, Bowen C. Dees, participated in Japan's reconstruction of science, education, math and technology.

The Artifacts series provides an important addition to the collection. It contains Japanese color print albums, several honorary medals and Japanese memorabilia. A final series, Associated Materials includes bibliography lists of Japanese, German, French and English language books.

Arrangement

The Harry Charles Kelly Papers are divided into seven series, arranged in the original order according to subject headings, with only a few exceptions. Journal articles are in order by date. Each photograph is described at the item level.

Use of these materials

North Carolina State University does not own copyright to this collection. Individuals obtaining materials from the NCSU Libraries' Special Collections Research Center are responsible for using the works in conformance with United States copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Harry Charles Kelly Papers, MC 00072, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Source of acquisition

Gift of Dr. Harry Charles Kelly, 1974 (Accession no. 1974-0003); Irene A. Kelly, 1985 (Accession no. 1985-0003). Transfer from Samuel K. Coleman, North Carolina Japan Center, 1986 (Accession nos. 1986-0004, 1986-0005), 1987 (Accession no. 1987-0006), 1988 (Accession nos. 1988-0002, 1988-0003, 1988-0004), 1990 (Accession no. 1990-0003); Princeton University Archives, 1987 (Accession no. 1987-0005). Gift of Jeanne Kauffman, Industrial Performance Center, MIT, 1994 (Accession no. 1994-0002).

Correspondence 1933-1976 (MC 00072 Series 01)
Size: 3 linear feet

The Correspondence series consists of hundreds of letters between Kelly and his friends and colleagues, arranged chronologically. Early letters pertain to Kelly's education at MIT. One 1933 letter is from Karl T. Compton, a prominent American physicist and president of MIT from 1930 to 1948. The letter informed Kelly that he had received a half-time teaching fellowship in physics. Other correspondence from the late 1930s and early 1940s related to peer-reviews of Kelly's work, A Textbook in Electricity and Magnetism. Kelly asked several prominent physicists, including Dr. Henry Margenau of Yale University, to review drafts of his work and return their comments and suggestions. Many of these comments are included. Other letters are from publishers. A 1939 letter from the McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., which is one of the top producers of college textbooks in the country today, declined to publish Kelly's text because it would likely lack a wide readership. When Kelly's book was finally published in 1941, multiple people, including Henry Margenau, wrote to congratulate him.

A 1945 letter from E. K. Smiley of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania offered Kelly a position at his alma mater as a professor in the Department of Physics. Kelly's starting annual salary was $4500. World War II interrupted Kelly's teaching, however. Letters from 1945 detail Kelly's work in MIT's radiation laboratory, where he researched radar technology to aid the military, and his appointment as the Chief of Science and Technology for the Special Projects Unit of the United States Army in Japan. The latter position required Kelly to make frequent trips between the United States and Japan, where he cultivated many friendships with fellow scholars and diplomats. In 1949, for instance, Kelly received a letter from Shigeru Yoshida, the Prime Minister of Japan, thanking Kelly for his efforts in helping Yoshida's son travel to the United States for further education. Other prominent correspondents from the late 1940s include J. Robert Oppenheimer, to whom Kelly wrote in 1949 about his hope to "catch up on the physics I have missed" while away in Japan by becoming the "dean of science in some small technical college." Kelly also corresponded frequently with Australian engineer and military officer, John W. O'Brien, who led the Australian Scientific Mission to Japan in 1945-1946. Kelly and O'Brien shared their impressions of Japan and of the scientific missions in which they both participated.

Letters from the early 1950s detail Kelly's work with the National Science Foundation, for which he was the Assistant Director for Scientific Personnel and Education, and later the head of Naval Research. Much of this correspondence concerned routine activities, such as attending conferences and meetings. Yet, Kelly also maintained his ties to the academic community, participating in discussions about and peer reviews of other scholars' publications. A number of letters from this time period are from Gerald W. Fox, head of the Department of Physics at Iowa State College and Kelly's personal friend. Other letters discuss Kelly's ongoing international work to promote science education. A memorandum from 1958 discussed Kelly's participation in a U.S.-led educational mission to the Soviet Union. A separate dispatch from the same year discussed potential university seminars to introduce in Yugoslavia. After Kelly was appointed the Chairman of the United States Delegation to the United States-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation in 1961, much of his correspondence was once again with Japanese scientists and diplomats, including Kankuro Kaneshige, the head of the Japanese delegation to the Committee on Scientific Cooperation. Some of these materials are in Japanese.

Although Kelly continued to be involved in international efforts to promote educational cooperation and exchange during the 1960s, letters from 1962 and after largely pertain to Kelly's new role as the Provost, Dean of Faculty at North Carolina State University. Included in this correspondence is Kelly's offer letter from North Carolina State University Chancellor John T. Caldwell in 1962. Also included are letters from Kojiro Nishina, son of the famous physicist Yoshio Nishina and a prominent physicist in his own right today, asking Kelly for letters of recommendation for a Fulbright grant; the two later developed a personal correspondence. Other prominent correspondents include North Carolina politicians B. Everett Jordan, Nick Galifianakis, and Sam J. Ervin, Jr. Kelly wrote to these politicians in 1972 to protest the United States' involvement in Vietnam, which he saw as placing "our young people in an impossible moral dilemma as to what actions they should take." In 1973, Kelly also wrote to Senators Daniel K. Inouye, Lowell P. Weicker, and others advocating for President Richard M. Nixon's impeachment.

As a scientist, academic, government envoy, and member of the Washington, D.C.-based social organization, the Cosmos Club, Kelly developed numerous friendships with his co-workers and colleagues. Much of the correspondence in this series is therefore of both a combined personal and professional nature.

6 archival boxes

Correspondence 1933-1939
Box 1, Folder 1
Correspondence 1940-1942
Box 1, Folder 2
Correspondence 1943-1945
Box 1, Folder 3
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1946
Box 1, Folder 4
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1946
Box 1, Folder 5
Correspondence 1947-1948
Box 1, Folder 6
Correspondence 1949
Box 1, Folder 7
Correspondence 1950-1951
Box 1, Folder 8
Correspondence 1952
Box 1, Folder 9
Correspondence 1953
Box 1, Folder 10
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1954
Box 1, Folder 11
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1954
Box 1, Folder 12
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1955
Box 2, Folder 1
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1955
Box 2, Folder 2
Correspondence 1956
Box 2, Folder 3
Correspondence 1957
Box 2, Folder 4
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1958
Box 2, Folder 5
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1958
Box 2, Folder 6
Correspondence 1959
Box 2, Folder 7
Correspondence 1960
Box 2, Folder 8
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1961
Box 2, Folder 9
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1961
Box 2, Folder 10
Correspondence (1 of 3) 1962
Box 2, Folder 11
Correspondence (2 of 3) 1962
Box 2, Folder 12
Correspondence (3 of 3) 1962
Box 3, Folder 1
Correspondence (1 of 4) 1963
Box 3, Folder 2
Correspondence (2 of 4) 1963
Box 3, Folder 3
Correspondence (3 of 4) 1963
Box 3, Folder 4
Correspondence (4 of 4) 1963
Box 3, Folder 5
Correspondence (1 of 6) 1964
Box 3, Folder 6
Correspondence (2 of 6) 1964
Box 3, Folder 7
Correspondence (3 of 6) 1964
Box 3, Folder 8
Correspondence (4 of 6) 1964
Box 3, Folder 9
Correspondence (5 of 6) 1964
Box 4, Folder 1
Correspondence (6 of 6) 1964
Box 4, Folder 2
Correspondence (1 of 3) 1965
Box 4, Folder 3
Correspondence (2 of 3) 1965
Box 4, Folder 4
Correspondence (3 of 3) 1965
Box 4, Folder 5
Correspondence (1 of 3) 1966
Box 4, Folder 6
Correspondence (2 of 3) 1966
Box 4, Folder 7
Correspondence (3 of 3) 1966
Box 4, Folder 8
Correspondence (1 of 3) 1967
Box 4, Folder 9
Correspondence (2 of 3) 1967
Box 5, Folder 1
Correspondence (3 of 3) 1967
Box 5, Folder 2
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1968
Box 5, Folder 3
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1968
Box 5, Folder 4
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1969
Box 5, Folder 5
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1969
Box 5, Folder 6
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1970
Box 5, Folder 8
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1970
Box 5, Folder 7
Correspondence 1971
Box 5, Folder 9
Correspondence 1972
Box 6, Folder 1
Correspondence 1973
Box 6, Folder 2
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1974
Box 6, Folder 3
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1974
Box 6, Folder 4
Correspondence (1 of 2) 1975
Box 6, Folder 5
Correspondence (2 of 2) 1975
Box 6, Folder 6
Correspondence 1976, undated
Box 6, Folder 7
Articles, Reports, and Speeches 1926-1984 (MC 00072 Series 02)
Size: 6 linear feet

This is the bulk of the collection. It includes hundreds of articles, reports, speeches, research material, and agendas relating to science, technology and education in United States and Japan. The series is divided among three headings: National Science Foundation; United States-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation; and Miscellaneous. All have an abundence of reports, articles, agendas, and research material. Some of the text is in Japanese language, most is translated to English and added to the files.

12 archival boxes

National Science Foundation
Includes: "Control of Bacterial Ring Rot of Potatoes," "Suggestions for Control of Bacterial Ring Rot of Potatoes," and "Specific Preference to the Untraviolet Light Method for Selecting Disease-Free Seed Stocks," by Kelly and V.E. Iverson, 1940; Study of KC-1:Radiation Laboratory, 1943; "Korea/1949" and "Survey of Japanese Science," 1949; "Commentary: Japanese Science and Technology, Research 3," 1950; "Speech: Science and Technology in Japan," 1950; "National Register of Scientific and Technical Personnel,""Science", 1953; "Trends in Supply of Scientists and Engineers in the United States,""Science", 1954; "Teachers of Mathematics and Science,""Science", 1956; "The Programs of the NSF for Education in the Sciences:Important Needs in Graduate Education," 1956 - 1957
Box 7, Folder 1
"United States and Far East Conference," 1957; "Roles of Teachers"--Alabama College, 1958; "Midwest Conference of Graduate Studies," 1959; "Investment in Education in the Sciences," ca. 1960s); "The Role of NSF in Course Content Improvement in Secondary Schools," 1962;"Journal of Engineering Education" 1962; "The Use of Laboratory in Learning," 1962; United States-Japan Scientific Cooperative Program 1965; Speech, Harvard University 1968
Box 7, Folder 2
Speeches 1970
Box 7, Folder 3
Speeches: "The Emerging Japanese Super State," 1970, "International Cooperative in Science, 1971
Box 7, Folder 4
Speeches: "Dr. Harry C. Kelly Speeches"
ca. 1950s - 1960s, incomplete index [Folder 1 of 2]
Box 7, Folder 5
ca. 1950s - 1960s, incomplete index [Folder 2 of 2]
Box 7, Folder 6
with index 1952-1960
Box 7, Folder 7
with index 1953-1958
Box 7, Folder 8
with index 1962-1964
Box 8, Folder 1
with index 1962-1974
Box 8, Folder 2
with index 1964-1967
Box 8, Folder 3
with index 1967-1973
Box 8, Folder 4
Notes from Kelly's trip to Soviet Union--eight notebooks 1958
Box 8, Folder 5
Soviet Education Reports [Folder 1 of 2] 1958
Box 8, Folder 6
Soviet Education Reports [Folder 2 of 2] 1958
Box 8, Folder 7
Renewal Committee Report, Organization of Science, Japan 1948, 1962
Box 8, Folder 8
U.S.-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation
Japanese Research Reports--ten year plan 1961
Box 9, Folder 1
"Observations on Japanese Science" by Paul Doty May, 1962
Box 9, Folder 2
U.S.-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation reports 1963-1964
Box 9, Folder 3
"United Nations Economic and Social Council" by Dr. Kankuro Kaneshige 1965
Box 9, Folder 4
U.S.-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation reports 1965-1967
Box 9, Folder 5
U.S.-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation reports 1968-1970
Box 9, Folder 6
U.S.-Japan Delegation Meeting 1962
Box 9, Folder 7
U.S.-Japan Delegation Meeting (Japanese language) 1962
Box 9, Folder 8
U.S.-Japan Delegation Meeting (Japanese language)
Box 9, Folder 9
U.S.-Japan Delegation Meeting--panel discussion reports 1963
Box 10, Folder 1
U.S.-Japan Delegation Meeting
Box 10, Folder 2
Preliminary Report--third meeting, Tokyo May 21, 1963-May 24, 1963
Box 10, Folder 3
Delegation Meeting Report 1963
Box 10, Folder 4
Third Steering Committee Meeting programs September 12, 1963
Box 10, Folder 5
U.S. Panel Discussion September 25, 1963
Box 10, Folder 6
Working Papers for Joint Staff Meeting October 8, 1963-October 10, 1963
Box 11, Folder 1
Fourth Meeting June 23, 1964-June 26, 1964
Box 11, Folder 2
Fifth Meeting: "A Brief Summary Report," 1965
Box 11, Folder 3
Sixth Meeting October 10, 1966-October 13, 1966
Box 11, Folder 4
"The United States-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation: The First Five Years, 1961-66"--2 reports, English and Japanese language; one copy of "The Second Five Years, 1966-71"
Box 11, Folder 5
Status report of U.S.-Japan Cooperative Science Program March 31, 1967
Box 11, Folder 6
Seventh Meeting July 5, 1967-July 8, 1967
Box 11, Folder 7
Eighth Meeting, with invitations and ten photographs July 9, 1968-July 12, 1968
Box 12, Folder 1
Eighth Meeting--agenda, reports, and photograph of Kelly (unidentified)
Box 12, Folder 2
Miscellaneous
National Science Foundation--Advisory Committee on International Science Activities and Agendas--seventh meeting 1962
Box 12, Folder 3
National Science Foundation--Advisory Committee on International Science Activities and Agendas--eigthth meeting 1963
Box 12, Folder 4
National Science Foundation--Advisory Committee on International Science Activities and Agendas--ninth meeting 1964
Box 12, Folder 5
Fourth U.S.-Japan Conference on Cultural/Educational Interchange
Agendas and reports, Washington, DC April 3, 1965-April 9, 1965
Box 13, Folder 1
[Folder 1 of 3] April 3, 1965-April 9, 1965
Box 13, Folder 2
[Folder 2 of 3] April 3, 1965-April 9, 1965
Box 13, Folder 3
[Folder 3 of 3] April 3, 1965-April 9, 1965
Box 13, Folder 4
"Early History of the Science Council of Japan" by Stephen N. Xenakis, a senior thesis 1970
Box 13, Folder 5
Transcribed interview with Dr. Kelly conducted by Charles Weiner, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Oral History Program, October 27, 1975; other interviews: Barr/Buchanan conversation, August, 1966 (2 audio cassettes); conversation with Dr. Kaneshige at US State Department, July, 1968 (reel to reel tape)
Box 13, Folder 6
Remarks by Dr. Kelly to Science Council of Japan 1974
Box 13, Folder 7
"Physical Science in Japan," by Ayao Kuwaki, D.Sc. 1926
Box 14, Folder 1
"A New Method of Identifying Potato Tubers Free from Bacterial Ring Rot and Other Types of Tuber Decay," by V.E. Iverson and H.C. Kelly 1940
Box 14, Folder 2
Radiation Laboratory Reports--Skiatrons 1942-1944
Box 14, Folder 3
"Mathematics in Japan" circa 1940s
Box 14, Folder 4
"Science and Technical Divison Handbook," 1946
Box 14, Folder 5
"A Short Biography of Japanese Scientists" volumes 1 and 2, Japan Ministry of Education 1947
Box 14, Folder 6
"Ministry of Education," volume 3 1948
Box 14, Folder 7
"Metallurgy," volume 2,
Box 14, Folder 8
"A Short Biography of Japanese Scientists," volume 4 1948
Box 15, Folder 1
"A Short Biography of Japanese Scientists," volume 3 1949
Box 16, Folder 1
"A Short Biography of Japanese Scientists," volume 4 1949
Box 16, Folder 2
List of Learned Societies of Science and Technology 1948
Box 16, Folder 3
Science and Technology articles: "The Constitution of Japan," Law #121, "A Survey of Japanese Science" by Kelly; Pearl Culture in Japan, 1949; Report of Activities of the Science Council of Japan Since its Inauguration, 1949
Box 16, Folder 4
Mission and Accomplishments of the Occupation in the Economic and Scientific Fields 1949
Box 16, Folder 5
"The Scientific Monthly" January, 1949; September, 1954
Box 16, Folder 6
The Explanatory Data Concerning Natural Science Research Activities and the Statistics on Researchers in Japan 1950
Box 16, Folder 7
"Atomic Bomb Casualty Comittee Research, Part One," 1951
Box 16, Folder 8
"Atomic Bomb Casualty Comittee Research, Part Two," 1951
Box 16, Folder 9
Interim Report
Box 16, Folder 10
Agency of Industrial Technology--report, 1952; "Japanese Inspection Mission for Aeronautical Research (JIMAR)"; "Growing Chlorella for Food and Feed" by Hiroshi Tamiya, 1955; "The Science and Technology Agency," 1956; Japan's Atomic Energy Research Institute, 1960; "The Articles of Endowment of the Nishina Memorial Foundation--What Happened in Japan," 1960
Box 16, Folder 11
"Problems in Science Education," National Science Foundation 1960
Box 16, Folder 12
"Snow, Ice, and Permafrost," three reports 1953-1954, 1956
Box 17, Folder 1
"The Educational Record," 1957
Box 17, Folder 2
"Higher Education in Kansas City" by Kelly, Samuel P. Hayes, Jr., and R. W. Wagenen 1957
Box 17, Folder 3
"Educational Facilities in Japan," 1958; "Present Studies of Vocational Training in Japan," 1959; "Development of Industrial Education in Japan," 1959; Status of Industrial Education in Japan, 1959; Report on Recruiting Scientists and Engineers for the United States Civil Service, 1959
Box 17, Folder 4
"Soviet Committment to Education: Report from the First Official Educational Mission to the USSR"; Japan's Administration for Science and Technology, 1959; Laws and Ordinances Relating to Industrial Education in Japan 1959
Box 17, Folder 5
Support for Small Colleges 1960
Box 17, Folder 6
"Checkpoint--A Review for a Look Ahead--Programs for Education in Science," 1960
Box 17, Folder 7
Faculty of Engineering--listing from the University of Tokyo 1960
Box 17, Folder 8
List of Japanese Colleges and Universities, [no date]
Box 17, Folder 9
"Impact of Science on Society--Science Information in Japan," 1962
Box 18, Folder 1
Report--Fiber Polymers 1975
Box 18, Folder 2
Reports, articles, and correspondence--including "Outstanding Japanese Physicists," 1970s, [no date]
Box 18, Folder 3
"Tomonaga Sin-itiro: A Memorial, Two Shakers of Physics: Y. Nishina's Correspondence with N. Bohr and Copenhageners--1928-49" by Julian S. Schwinger 1984
Box 18, Folder 4
Awards, Honors, and Certificates 1929-1995 (MC 00072 Series 03)
Size: 0.75 linear feet

This series includes newsclippings relating to an event, an award or significant meeting that pertained to Kelly. Also among the awards and honors are journal articles in which Kelly's work has been cited by the author, or the author has included Kelly in their reports. The book by Hideo Yoshikawa, Science Has No National Borders is reviewed, and Samuel Coleman's senior thesis covers Harry Kelly's involvement in international affairs.

1.5 archival boxes

Newsclippings 1941-1977
Box 19, Folder 1
OVERSIZED Awards and honors: Certificates from Phi Mu Epsilon, 1929; The Society of Sigma Xi, 1930; Phi Beta Kappa, 1931; American Association For the Advancement of Science, 1941; Research Personnel, 1943; Department of the Army commendation for Meritorious Civilian Service, with pin, 1946-1949; artistic rendering of Kelly (Tokyo), 1947; letters of Commendation, 1948-51; diplomas (Ph.D) from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1936 and Doctorem Scieatiae, Providence College,1959; Appointment to North Carolina Board of Space and Technology, 1963; Phi Kappa Phi, 1966; American Foreign Service Association, 1969; Japanese "Patent of Decoration" and English language translation of A Second Class of the Order of the Sacred Treasure, 1969; The Golden Chain, 1972; certificate of appreciation upon retirement, NC State, 1974
Box 19, Folder 2; Flat folder 1
"Harry Kelly and the Early Years of Japanese Reconstruction Under the Occupation" by Samuel K. Coleman, interim report, works in progress, Princeton University 1985
Box 19, Folder 3
"Riken From 1945 to 1948: The Reorganization of Japan's Physcial and Chemical Research Institute Under the American Occupation," written by Samuel K. Coleman,reprinted for private circulation from Technology and Culture, vol. 31, no.2 April, 1990
Box 19, Folder 4
Book Review by Bob Johnstone: Science Has No National Borders:Harry C. Kelly and the Reconstruction of Science in Postwar Japan by Hideo Yoshikawa,"Nature", vol. 369, June 16, 1994; "Censorship of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Reports in Occupied Japan: A Complete Ban vs. Temporary Delay," Sey Nishimura, Msc, Ph. D.,"JAMA", vol. 374, no.7, August 16, 1995
Box 19, Folder 5
The Papers of Bowen C. Dees--correspondence, articles, and reports 1946-1955, 1986 (MC 00072 Series 05)
Size: 2.5 linear feet

This limited series consists of correspondence, articles, and reports. Contained in the collection are Dr. Samuel Coleman's transcripts of a telephone discussion between Coleman and Dees, and a 1987 interview with Dees.

5 archival boxes

Correspondence
With index [Folder 1 of 3] 1948-1950
Box 21, Folder 1
With index [Folder 2 of 3] 1948-1950
Box 21, Folder 2
With index [Folder 3 of 3] 1948-1950
Box 21, Folder 3
1948
Box 21, Folder 4
1949
Box 21, Folder 5
1950
Box 21, Folder 6
1951
Box 22, Folder 1
Also oversized charts of "annual incomes of Japanese scientists" (1951) 1951
Flat folder 1; Box 22, Folder 2
1951
Box 22, Folder 3
Reports and Articles 1946-1954, 1986
"Science and Technology in Japan" 1946
Box 22, Folder 4
"Science and Technology in Japan" 1946
Box 22, Folder 5
"Science and Technology in Japan" 1947
Box 22, Folder 6
"Science and Technology in Japan" 1947
Box 22, Folder 7
"Science and Technology in Japan" 1948
Box 22, Folder 8
"Science and Technology in Japan" 1948
Box 22, Folder 9
"Science and Technology in Japan" 1948
Box 22, Folder 10
Science and Technology Report, no. 16
Box 23, Folder 1
Science and Technology Report, no. 18
Box 23, Folder 2
Science and Technology Report, no. 19
Box 23, Folder 3
Science and Technology Report, no. 20
Box 23, Folder 4
"Interchange of Science Information" 1946-1949
Box 23, Folder 5
Articles and newsclippings--miscellaneous 1947-1981
Box 23, Folder 6
"Information on Japanese Science Organization" 1947
Box 23, Folder 7
"Reorganization of Science and Technology in Japan" 1947
Box 23, Folder 8
"Scientific Abstracts" 1947-1948
Box 23, Folder 9
"Chemical Abstracts" 1947-1950
Box 24, Folder 1
Economic and Scientific Abstracts 1948-1950
Box 24, Folder 2
Translation Program 1948-1951
Box 24, Folder 3
Reports and articles--miscellaneous 1948-1955
Box 24, Folder 4
"Present Condition of Mining," 1949
Box 24, Folder 5
American Chemical Society--gift list 1949
Box 24, Folder 6
Short History of Chemistry in Japan 1949
Box 24, Folder 7
Report of the second US-Japan education mission to Japan 1950
Box 24, Folder 8
Report on trip to Japan by Marius B. Jansen 1951
Box 24, Folder 9
Telephone discussion between Samuel Coleman, Ph. D., NCSU Japan Center and Bowen C. Dees, Ph. D., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March, 1986
Box 24, Folder 10
Transcript of an interview with Dr. Bowen C. Dees, conducted by Dr. Samuel Coleman April, 1986
Box 24, Folder 11
History of Science and Math in Japan--a series of extracts, notes, and reports relating to math and science in Japan
Box 24, Folder 12
Survey of Japanese University Systems
Box 25, Folder 1
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Box 25, Folder 2
University Libraries
Box 25, Folder 3
National Research Institute
Box 25, Folder 4
Private Universities
Box 25, Folder 5
New Systems Universities
Box 25, Folder 6
Research Organizations
Box 25, Folder 7
Status of Promoting Science
Box 25, Folder 8
Science and Technology News
Box 25, Folder 9
Extract from NRS Weekly 1950
Box 25, Folder 10
Aeronautical Research Institute
Box 25, Folder 11
Aeronautical Research Institute
Box 25, Folder 12
Japan Universities--budget
Box 25, Folder 13
Japan's Allocation for Scientific Research
Box 25, Folder 14
Japanese Funds in Scientific Research 1953
Box 25, Folder 15
Japanese Budget 1954
Box 25, Folder 16
Kameyama, Naoto, author of United Nations report 1952
Box 25, Folder 17
Atomic Energy Commission
Box 25, Folder 18
Interchange of Scientific Information, correspondence 1947-1949
Box 25, Folder 19
Interchange of Scientific Information, correspondence, reports 1947-1950
Box 25, Folder 20
Interchange of Scientific Information, correspondence, reports, newsclippings 1947-1950
Box 25, Folder 21
Associated Materials (MC 00072 Series 07)

Associated Materials includes charts and soft-cover children's books.

Forty soft-cover children's books
Box 28, Folder 1
Charts
Box 29, Folder 1
Artifacts 19th century-20th century (MC 00072 Series 06)
Size: 1 linear foot

Artifacts included are Japanese print album from the Edo art period (1600-1868), no date on album; and two additional Japanese albums and children's flashcards. Also among the artifacts is the "balance medal," awarded to Kelly from the Physical Society of Japan.

2 archival boxes

Japanese language flashcards for children; Honorary Physics "balance medal" awarded to Kelly from the Physical Society of Japan; pin presented to Kelly from United States Army; diplomas after 1945
Box 26, Folder 1
Three albums: "Ukiyo-e style" color prints from Japanese "Edo" art period (circa1600-1868); Album--Japanese paintings of children's sports (1888); small album of Japanese landscapes and architecture (Japanese language, no date); "Fifty-three steps along Tokaido," accordion style color prints, no date, author, publisher 19th century-20th century
Box 27, Folder 1
Photographic Material 1900- 1974 (MC 00072 Series 04)
Size: 0.75 linear feet (1.5 archival boxes)

The photographic material is identified and contains: one hundred and fifty-three slides of Dr. Kelly, family, and friends in the United States and Japan; two negatives of cyclotrons; three movie reels that also pertain to family life in Japan and United States; travel and friends in Japan. There are also several hundred photographs. A lengthy, comprehensive item-level description of loose photographs from thirty-one file folders is included. Numbers on the upper left corner of each photograph correspond to the item-level description documented in the finding aid.

Slides--identified in groups as follows: Japanese Office Staff; Leaving Tokyo; Nishina; Sagane; Kaya; American Friends in Japan, including Stanley Bennett; Japanese Friends, including Japanese Scientists Liason Group; Kaneshige in Arlington, Virginia; Japanese and other nature scenes; Russia; Japanese Office Folks, taken by George Yamashiro, also Dr. and Mrs. Kelly, Agnes Kennedy, and Mrs. Bowen Dees; Kelly, Kaneshige, Kaya and unidentified group in Washington, DC; Takayama; North Carolina State University office (1973); and Kelly's Retirement Party (1974); also two negatives: cyclotrons circa 1945-1974
Box 19, Folder 6
Three Movie Reels: (1) Kelly's family including story teller, store opening, parade, Henry Kelly's birthday party, portable shrine, lotus blossoms, water well lever, Grandmother Eto at Clika, diving girls, dryers, kelp, girls' festival, boys' day, drums, Henry in Kuma, Henry and drum, Henry in swing, abalone, tree planting, children bathing in tub, Chinese friends, children in yard, Tommy at ten months, office personnel ESS/ST, Tokyo office, Roger Adams and Scientific Mission group on train (taken by G. Yamashira), Japanese friends saying goodbye at Tokyo dock, and Irene Henry and Tommy onboard ship; (2) copy marked no.79 on case, original to Japan: "Scientific Mission to Japan" taken by Yamashiro; (3) copy marked no. 89 on case, original to Japan: "Japanese Scientists" includes Nishina's family--Dr. Nishina, Sumi, Yushno, Kojiro; Easter eggs, boys in high school, Tommy (age, 6 months) in carriage, Henry (3 1/2 years old) , Easter eggs, sand box, Nishina and boys playing baseball, Kamayama's family at home, Wagatsuma at his home, Mr. and Mrs. Wagatsuma and Mr. and Mrs. Kamagama; Kamagama in fish and rice fields, baseball game: Japanese vs. American team, June 20, 1975; Nishina, Wagatsuna and Kamagana at Kelly's Tokyo house, Nishina and Irene on train from Int(?) Song Observatory North of Sandar circa 1945-1975
Box 19, Folder 7
Photograph album--Dr. Nishina circa 1900s-1951
Box 19, Folder 8
Nishina's birthplace [2 photographs, no date] (1)
Nishina, fifth year of Okayama Middle School, [no date] (2)
Nishina, age eleven, with brothers and cousins, [no date] (3)
Nishina with his uncle's family 1920 (4)
Nishina at Tokyo University October 1920 (5)
Nishina in Copenhagen [Photo 1 of 2] 1925 (6)
Nishina in Copenhagen [Photo 2 of 2] 1925 (7)
Nishina with Mrs. Nishina, Yuchiro, and Kojiro 1940 (8)
Nishina at the Cosmic Ray Laboratory 1937 (9)
Nishina with Dr. and Mrs. Bohr in front of Kamakura Daibutsu 1937 (10)
Nishina with Dr. Bohr in Tokyo 1937 (11)
Nishina with Dr. Bohr [2 photographs, no date] (12)
Nishina 1941 (13)
Nishina and unidentified man during the construction of the 210-ton cyclotron 1938 (14)
Nishina with cyclotron [4 photographs, no date] (15)
Nishina with Wilson Chamber 1943 (16)
Machinery, [no date] (17)
Nishina with Wilson Chamber 1943 (18)
Nishina with Prince Chichibu and unidentified man at Nishina's laboratory, [no date] (19)
Nishina with Dr. and Mrs. Rossland and unidentified people 1941 (20)
Nishina 1938 (21)
Nishina with unidentified man 1938 (22)
Nishina with two unidentified men 1938 (23)
Nishina with three unidentified men 1938 (24)
Nishina in Grape Garden in Yamanashi [Photo 1 of 3] 1939 (25)
Nishina in Grape Garden in Yamanashi [Photo 2 of 3] 1939 (26)
Nishina in Grape Garden in Yamanashi [Photo 3 of 3] 1939 (27)
Nishina with unidentified group at Grape Garden in Yamanashi 1939 (28)
Nishina with Dr. Yukawa, [no date] (29)
Nishina at a picnic 1939 (30)
Nishina at the destruction of the cyclotrons November 1945 (31)
Destruction of the Nishina cyclotrons [3 Photographs] November 1945 (32)
Nishina at his office 1949 (33)
Nishina with Dr. Henshaw and seven unidentified men 1946 (34)
Nishina at Penicillin Plant 1949 (35)
Nishina at Itabashi Cosmic Ray Laboratory with six unidentified people, [no date] (36)
Nishina at Itabashi Cosmic Ray Laboratory, [no date] (37)
Nishina at Itabashi Cosmic Ray Laboratory with two unidentified people, [no date] (38)
Nishina, close-up portraits [2 photographs] 1949 (39)
Nishina and other members of the Board of Directors of S.R.I. 1949 (40)
Nishina at the First Anniversary of the S.R.I. Foundation, [no date] (41)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly at the First Anniversary of the S.R.I. Foundation, [no date] (42)
Cars, [no date] (43)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified people, [no date] (44)
Nishina doing exercises on the roof, [no date] (45)
Nishina at the Institute with unidentified people 1948 (46)
Nishina with the first U.S. scientist advisory group 1947 (47)
Nishina with Nishina lab staff (unidentified) 1949 (48)
Nishina with unidentified group after a baseball game 1949 (49)
Nishina playing baseball, [no date] (50)
Nishina at the Institute 1949 (51)
Nishina the day before going to Copenhagen 1949 (52)
Unidentified representatives at the I.C.S.U. meeting in Copenhagen 1949 (53)
Nishina and unidentified representatives at the I.C.S.U. meeting in Copenhagen 1949 (54)
Nishina, Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified men, [no date] (55)
Nishina, close-up portrait at Osaka 1949 (56)
Nishina, Dr. Harry C. Kelly and an unidentified man, [no date] (57)
Nishina and an unidentified man, [no date] (58)
Nishina at his office 1949 (59)
Nishina at Hokkaido 1950 (60)
Nishina at Haneda Airport on his departure for U.S.A. March, 1950 (61)
Nishina on his arrival at Haneda Airport from U.S.A. April, 1950 (62)
The arrival of the Radioisotope [2 photographs] April, 1950 (63)
Nishina with the Radioisotope [2 photographs] April, 1950 (64)
Nishina with Merck representative and unidentified group at the Institute 1950 (65)
Nishina with Dr. Yukawa August, 1950 (66)
Nishina with Dr. Lauritsen and two unidentified men September, 1950 (67)
Nishina in Nagasaki with two unidentified women 1950 (68)
Nishina with 2 unidentified men on the way from Unzen to Nagasaki October, 1950 (69)
Nishina's coffin leaving for crematorium January 12, 1951 (70)
The day of Nishina's funeral January 14, 1951 (71)
Nishina's funeral [4 photographs] January 14, 1951 (72)
Nishina's grave, [no date] (73)
Nishina Laboratory staff in front of Nishina's grave April 22, 1951 (74)
Grave, [no date] (75)
Unidentified group, [no date] (76)
Four unidentified people in front of grave, [no date] (77)
Unidentified group walking, [no date] (78)
Unidentified group in Tama Cemetery January 20, 1951 (79)
Unidentified group, [no date] (80)
Unidentified group walking, [no date] (81)
Loose Photographs
Portraits
Box 20, Folder 1
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Washington, D.C. May 1953 (1)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, close-up portrait, [no date] (2)
Dr. Kelly, close-up portrait (24166), [2 photographs, 1-8x10 and 1-5x7, [no date] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly [close-up portrait (Ace Photo, 1236 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, D.C.), [no date] (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, standing by a wall (95), [no date] (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, seated at a table August, 1963 (6)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, signing a book (17), [no date] (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, seated portrait, [no date] (8)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, seated portrait, close-up, [no date] (9)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, standing at a podium, [no date] (10)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, standing at a podium, [no date] (11)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, close-up portrait, [no date] (12)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, close-up portrait (32868), [no date] (13)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, close-up portrait, [no date] (14)
Kelly with Other People
Box 20, Folder 2
Kelly with D. Washiyama (Prof. Of English/interpreter), S. Kobayashi (Director of Research), and Jim Okamoto (Kelly's interpreter) at Japan Steel Company February 26, 1946 (1)
Kelly and unidentified people at inauguration ceremonies for the Science Council of Japan, (FEC-49-368) (US Army Photograph) January 21, 1949 (2)
Kelly with Dr. Naoto Kameyama (President of The Science Council of Japan), Dr. K. Kaneshige, Dr. S.Wagasuma, Dr. Y. Nishina in Tokyo, Japan (FEC-49-369) January 21, 1949 (3)
Kelly with Dr. K. Kaneshige, Dr. Naoto Kameyama, Dr. S. Wagusuma, and Dr. Y. Nishina at inauguration ceremonies for the Science Council of Japan, (FEC-49-370) January 21, 1949 (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, (from Nishina) July, 1966 (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly talking with unidentified people, [no date] (6)
Kelly talking with reporters in a plane-side interview after his arrival in Tokyo for the third meeting of the Committee on Scientific Cooperation, (photo by Makoto Naito - USIS Photo, Tokyo) [2 photographs] May 18, 1963 (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly talking with reporters in a plane-side interview after his arrival in Tokyo for the third meeting of the Committee on Scientific Cooperation, (photo by Makoto Naito - USIS Photo, Tokyo) May, 1963 (8)
Kelly with Charles Dollard January 9, 1965 (9)
Tulsa, Oklahoma February 23, 1956 (10)
Faculty Club 1964 (11)
Kelly and Family
Box 20, Folder 3
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene (Andes) Kelly and their two sons (Henry and Tommy) (negative strip #35), [no date] (1)
Irene Kelly and their youngest son (Tommy?) on a ship, [no date] (2)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and their oldest son (Henry?) on a ship with unidentified people, [no date] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene, Henry, and Tommy on a ship with unidentified people, [no date, 2 photographs) (4)
Unidentified people on a ship [D?]aniel I. Sultan, Army Transport, [no date] (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, and unidentified people (young man next to Kelly is possibly one of his sons) (49), [no date] (6)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene Kelly and unidentified group (possibly both sons), color, [no date] (7)
Copies of photos of the Kelly family, from Mrs. Kobayashi (Tokyo), used in 1986 television documentary
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and young son wading in water, [no date] (8)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene and young son outside, [no date] (9)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene, Henry, and Tommy, [no date] (10)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, close-up portrait, [no date] (11)
People [1 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 4
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Tobetsu Hokkaido, Dr. Asami (Elec. Engineering), Lt. Baer, Okomoto, Dr. Minoshima (medicine), Mayor, and unidentified people [3 photographs], February or March 1946 (1)
Dr. Kameyama and Dr. Kaneshige (FEC-48-9469), U.S. Army Signal Corps. November 19, 1948 (2)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Kameyama and Dr. Kaneshige (FEC-48-9470), U.S. Army Signal Corps. November 19, 1948 (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly with unidentified men (21), [no date] (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly with an unidentified man, color January 30, 1957 (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly talking with unidentified men April, 1960 (6)
Mr. Nagaoka, Japanese Optics 1961 (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly with four unidentified men April 26, 1961 (8)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and an unidentified man in front of a TWA plane, color December, 1961 (9)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly talking with Dr. Kaneshige (USIS Photo, Tokyo) May 18, 1963 (10)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly talking with an unidentified man, color (60830) July, 1964 (11)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly with Dr. Kaneshige at the Kabala Hilton, color, [no date] (12)
Kelly talking with an unidentified man, Haneda Airport July 18, 1965 (13)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly with unidentified group, color 1967 (14)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and an unidentified group, color November, 1967 (15)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Kaneshige and an unidentified group, color November, 1967 (16)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly talking with an unidentified man in a desert area, color 1968 (17)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified people, visit to Pratt Institute during meeting at Stony Brook, NY, color July, 1968 (18)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified people, visit to Pratt Institute during meeting at Stony Brook, NY, color July, 1968 (19)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, and unidentified people (Saburo Kasagi, Ministry of Education, Tokyo), color April, 1969 (20)
Dr. Harry Kelly, Dr. Anika Lukic, Mrs. Kelly, Dr. Chaplin, Delroy Hamilton, Billy Ayscue, G.B. Lucas, and Dr. Main at the Oxford Exp. Station, color June, 1969 (21)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified people at reception following awarding of certificate of appreciation 1969 (22)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kaneshige with group of unidentified people receiving their certificates of appreciation 1969 (23)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kaneshige with unidentified man receiving their certificates of appreciation 1969 (24)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kaneshige in front of Harrelson Hall, NC State Campus, color 1970 (25)
Dr. Harry Kelly, Dr. Kaneshige, Mrs. Kelly, and 4 unidentified people, color 1970 (26)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Kaneshige, Mrs. Kelly and an unidentified woman, color 1970 (27)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kaneshige, color 1970 (28)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Wakabayashi Nobuyoshi's girl friend August, 1970 (29)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Mrs. Kelly, Hideo Ito, Ito's mother, and Ito's maternal grandmother; color October, 1973 (30)
People [2 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 5
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and three unidentified people, [no date] (1)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly sitting, (88) [February 1961?] (2)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Mrs. Mukaido, (88) [February 1961?] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Mrs. Mukaido, and an unidentified group, (88) [Feb. 1961?] (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Mrs. Mukaido, and an unidentified group, (88) [Feb. 1961?] (5)
An unidentified man, (88) [February 1961?] (6)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. and Mrs. Mukaido, Tokyo, Japan (88) February 1961 (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and an unidentified man on a railway platform (probably Komaba Station), (95), [no date] (8)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified people, (95), [no date] (9)
People [3 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 6
Two unidentified people, picture from Nishini July, 1966 (1)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and three unidentified people, (10), [no date] (2)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene, and two unidentified people, (53), [no date] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kaneshige at a train station, (20), [no date] (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kaneshige, (15), [no date] (5)
Unidentified Japanese family, (EO17) - [2 Photographs, no date] (6)
Two unidentified people, (EO17), [no date] (7)
Unidentified man, [2 Photographs, no date] (8)
Unidentified man, [no date] (9)
Unidentified man, [no date] (10)
Dr. Kaneshige, [no date] (11)
Unidentified man, [no date] (12)
Unidentified man, [no date] (13)
People [4 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 7
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and four unidentified people, [no date] (1)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and three unidentified people, [no date] (2)
Presidential Science Advisor Jerome B. Wiesner answers questions of writers of the Japan Science Journalist Club and Pacific Stars and Stripes at an interview during the US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation in Tokyo, [no date] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly Dr. Kaneshige, Dr. Kameyama and three unidentified men sending ballots to scientists in Japan for the purpose of electing a Board of Scientists to represent them, US Army Photograph - FEC-48-9465 November 19, 1948 (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and four unidentified people, (3792-59A), [no date] (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and four unidentified people interviewing him from WHKK, (3792-59C), [no date] (6)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified people, (3792-59D), [no date] (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and three unidentified people, (37287), [no date] (8)
People [5 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 8
Unidentified person in a library, [no date] (1)
Unidentified person in a library, [no date] (2)
Unidentified person, [no date] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified people in costume, [no date] (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene Kelly, and Bill Friday (50539), [no date] (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and a group of unidentified students (32016), [no date] (6)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kaya at an airport (3), [no date] (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Kaya and an unidentified woman (14) August 11, 1964 (8)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified people at a restaurant, [no date] (9)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified men, [no date] (10)
People [6 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 9
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Kaya, and two unidentified women, color, [no date] (1)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and an unidentified woman, color, [no date] (2)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and an unidentified woman, color, [no date] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Kaneshige and an unidentified man, color, [no date] (4)
Dr. Harry Kelly, Irene Kelly, Dr. Kaneshige and unidentified, color, [no date] (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Irene Kelly and 2 unidentified people in Japan, color, [no date] (6)
Three unidentified people, color, [no date] (7)
People [7 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 10
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
Example of high quality research equipment at AIT - From left: Hokseki Kouzou, Yamaguchi Univ.; Nakamura Keiji, Ph.D.; Gouda Kouji, student from Yamaguchi Univ.; and an assistant professor, [no date] (1)
Three Japanese professors at AIT currently receiving Japanese Government Certification at AIT - From left: Nishino Fumio, Ph.D. (Architectural Construction Engineering); Nakamura Keiji, Ph.D., Professor of General Measurement; unidentified man with a Ph.D. in Hydraulics and Engineering, [no date] (2)
AIT's new Inst. of Systems Engineering and Management Studies (est. Jan. 1971) - new students are being addressed by AIT's VP, Dr. John K. Rabotsuku, [no date] (3)
AIT Library with 30,000 volumes and over 500 technical and scientific academic journals from all over the world, [no date] (4)
Students and Faculty overcome differences in government and society to demonstrate the international quality of AIT, competing actively in their university sports program. Students come from many countries to know and understand each other through extracurricular activities. The AIT Community serves to provide insight, [no date] (5)
People [8 of 8]
Box 20, Folder 11
Two unidentified men and equipment in a lab (Japanese writing on back), [no date] (1)
Unidentified person and equipment in a lab, [no date] (2)
Two unidentified people and equipment, [no date] (3)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and four unidentified people and equipment, [no date] (4)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified people, [no date] (5)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified woman, [no date] (6)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified man, [no date] (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified woman - (51), [no date] (8)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and three unidentified people, [no date] (9)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and unidentified people, [no date] (10)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and two unidentified people, [no date] (11)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Collidge, Hideo Yoshioka, Dr. Uada and Tadashi Ino inspecting an X-ray spectrometer at Nagoya Imperial University - US Army Photo (FEC-47-78271) July 30, 1947 (12)
Equipment and Libraries
Box 20, Folder 12
Lab equipment, [no date] (1)
Lab equipment, [no date] (2)
Library, [no date] (3)
Library with person reading, [no date] (4)
Library, [no date] (5)
Inside of building without wall board (possibly a stage?), [2 photographs, no date] (6)
Lab equipment marked C-252, C-253, C-255, [no date] (7)
Inside of building without wall board, (one with a person in it), [2 photographs, no date] (8)
Conferences and Meetings [1 of 7]
Box 20, Folder 13
Unidentified member of the Board of Directors of S.R.I., (2) 1949 (1)
Unidentified member of the Board of Directors of S.R.I. 1949 (2)
Unidentified member of the Board of Directors of S.R.I. 1949 (3)
Unidentified member of the Board of Directors of S.R.I., (2) 1949 (4)
Yoshio Nishina (third from left) and other members of the Board of Directors of S.R.I., (Negative strip #35) 1949 (5)
Yoshio Nishina (third from left) and other members of the Board of Directors of S.R.I., slightly different shot 1949 (6)
From left: Dr. Harry Kelly and Yoshio Nishina with unidentified man, [no date] (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly, President Kennedy, Dr. Kankuro Kaneshige, Dr. Seiji Kaya, the Honorable Akira Nishiyama, Dr. Yasujiro Niwa, Dr. Masataka Ohmasa, Dr. Kiyoshi Okano, Dr. Kohei Suzue, Dr. Chuji Tsuboi, Dr. Kiyoo Wadati, Dr. Tomizo Yoshida and other unidentified people at the Japanese Delegation to the second meeting of the United States-Japan committee on scientific cooperation May 21, 1962-May 24, 1962 (8)
Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner, Special Assistant to President Kennedy for science and technology addressing the opening of the US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation's third meeting in Tokyo; identified are (back table left to right): Ambassador Reischauer, Dr. Koneshige, Minister Uchida, Dr. Wiesner, (Around curved table left to right): 1-unidentified, 2-Dr. Niwa, 3-unindentified, 4-Mr. Suzue, 5-unidentified, 6-Dr. Wadati, 7-unidentified, 8-unidentified, 9-unidentified, 10-unidentified, 11-unidentified, 12-Dr. Revelle, 13-Dr. Mayr, 14-Dr. Endicott, 15-Dr. Dees, 16-Dr. Rollefson, 17-Dr. Loeb, 18-Dr. Kelly, and 19-Dr. Haskins (USIS Photo, Tokyo) [2 photographs] May 21, 1963-May 24, 1963 (9)
Dr. Kelly addressing US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation's 3rd meeting in Tokyo; identified are: (back table left to right): Ambassador Reischauer, Dr. Kaneshige, Minister Uchida, Dr. Wiesner, (around the curved table left to right): 1-unidentified, 2-unidentified, 3-Dr. Kaya, 4-unidentified, 5-unidentified, 6-unidentified, 7-Dr. Niwa, 8-unidentified, 9-Mr. Suzue, 10-unidentified, 11-Dr. Wadati, 12-Dr. Ohmasa, 13-unidentified, 14-unidentified, 15-unidentified, 16-unidentified, 17-unidentified, 18-Dr. Revelle, 19-Dr. Mayr, 20-Dr. Dees, 21-Dr. Rollefson, 22-Dr. Loeb, 23-Dr. Kelly, and 24-Dr. Haskins (USIS Photo, Tokyo) May 21, 1963 (10)
US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation's 3rd meeting in Tokyo; identified are: (back table from left to right): Ambassador Reischauer, Dr. Kaneshige, Minister Uchida, Dr. Wiesner, (curved table from left to right): 1-unidentified, 2-unidentified, 3-Dr. Kaya, 4-unidentified, 5-unidentified, 6-unidentified, 7-Dr. Niwa, 8-unidentified, 9-Mr. Suzue, 10-unidentified, 11-Dr. Wadati, 12-Dr. Ohmasa, 13-unidentified, 14-unidentified, 15-unidentified, 16-unidentified, 17-Dr. Revelle, 18-Dr. Mayr, 19-Dr. Endicott, 20-Dr. Dees, 21-Dr. Rollefson, 22-Dr. Loeb, 23-Dr. Kelly, and 24-Dr. Haskins May 21, 1963-May 24, 1963 (11)
US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation's 3rd meeting in Tokyo; identified are: (back table left to right) Minister Uchida, Dr. Kaneshige, Ambassador Reischauer, (curved table left to right around table): 1-unidentified, 2-unidentified, 3-unidentified, 4-unidentified, 5-unidentified, 6-unidentified, 7-unidentified, 8-unidentified, 9-Mr. Suzue, 10-unidentified, 11-unidentified, 12-Dr. Wadati, 13-unidentified, 14-Mr. Y. Ando, 15-unidentified, 16-unidentified, 17-unidentified, 18-unidentified, 19-unidentified, 20-Dr. Rollefson, 21-Dr. Loeb, 22-Dr. Kelly, and 23-Dr. Haskins May 21, 1963-May 24, 1963 (12)
US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation's 3rd meeting - working session in Tokyo; identified are: (left to right around the table) 1-unidentified, 2-Dr. Yoshida, 3-unidentified, 4-Dr. Ohmasa, 5-Dr. Wadati, 6-Dr. Tomonaga, 7-Mr. Suzue, 8-Dr. Sumki, 9-Dr. Niwa, 10-Mr. Kato, 11-unidentified, 12-unidentified, 13-Dr. Kaya, 14-unidentified, 15-unidentified, 16-unidentified, 17-Dr. Kanashige, 18-Dr. Haskins, 19-Dr. Kelly, 20-Dr. Loeb, 21-Dr. Rollefson, 22-Dr. Dees, 23-Dr. Endicott, 24-Dr. Mayr, 25-Dr. Revelle, 26-Dr. Simpson, 27-Dr. Roberts, 28-Dr. Birnbaum, and 29-Dr. Fahs (last two unidentified) May 21, 1963-May 24, 1963 (13)
US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation's 3rd meeting - working session in Tokyo; identified are: (around table left to right) 1-Dr. Yoshida, 2-unidentified, 3-Dr. Ohmasa, 4-Dr. Wadati, 5-Dr. Tomonaga, 6-Mr. Suzue, 7-Dr. Sumki, 8-Dr. Niwa, 9-Mr. Kato, 10-unidentified, 11-unidentified, 12-Dr. Kaya, 13-unidentified, 14-unidentified, 15-unidentified, 16-unidentified, 17-Dr. Kanashige, 18-Dr. Haskins, 19-Dr. Kelly, 20-Dr. Loeb, 21-Dr. Rollefson, 22-Dr. Dees, 23-Dr. Endicott, 24-Dr. Mayr, 25-Dr. Revelle, 26-Dr. Simpson, 27-Dr. Roberts, 28-Dr. Birnbaum, and 29-Dr. Fahs (USIS Photo, Tokyo) [2 photographs] May 21, 1963-May 24, 1963 (14)
(Left to right): Unidentified person, Dr. Harry C. Kelly, Dr. Kanashige, and Dr. Bennett at US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation's 3rd meeting in Tokyo May 21, 1963-May 24, 1963 (15)
Conferences and Meetings [2 of 7]
Box 20, Folder 14
Fifth Annual Conference of the US-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation in Tokyo June 23, 1965
Edwin O. Reischauer, Ambassador to Japan (USIS Photo, Tokyo) 1965 (1)
Dr. Kotani and Dr. Kurokawa (name plates) 1965 (2)
Dr. Kurokawa and Dr. Kaya (name plates) 1965 (3)
(Left to right): Dr. Okuda and Mr. Okano 1965 (4)
(Left to right): Dr. Kotani, Dr. Kurokawa, Dr. Kaya, Dr. Okuda, Mr. Okano, and Dr. Akabori 1965 (5)
(Left to right around curved table) Dr. Stanley Bennett, Dr.Magoun, Dr. Edward Purcell, Dr. Wilson, Dr. Arthur Roe, and Dr. Wallace Joyce identified 1965 (6)
(Back table left to right): 1-unidentified, 2-Dr. Kanashige, 3-Dr. Harry C. Kelly, 4-unidentified, (around curved table left to right): 1-Dr. Kotani, 2-Mr. Togo, 3-Dr. Yashiki, 4-Dr. Watanabe, 5-Dr. Kihara, 6-unidentified, 7-unidentified, 8-unidentified, 9-Dr. Joyce, 10-Dr. Roe, 11-Dr. Wilson, 12-Dr. Purcell, 13-Dr. Magoun, 14-Dr. Bennett 1965 (7)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kanashige identified (name plates) 1965 (8)
(Left to Right) 1-Dr. Kanashige and 2-Dr. Harry C. Kelly (negative strip #35) 1965 (9)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly and Dr. Kanashige, (name plates) [2 photographs] 1965 (10)
Dr. Harry C. Kelly (left) and an unidentified man 1965 (11)
Dr. Kanashige (left), Dr. Harry C. Kelly (center), and an unidentified man (right) 1965 (12)
Around curved table - left to right: Dr. Niwa, Dr. Kihara, Dr. Watanabe, Mr. Togo, Dr. Kurokawa, Dr. Kaya, Dr. Okuda, Mr. Okano, and Dr. Akabori 1965 (13)
Identified: Dr. H. Stanley Bennett, Dean of the Division of Biological Sciences, University of Chicago; Dr. Caryl Haskins, President, Carnegie Institution; Dr. Gordon MacDonald, Member, President Johnson's Science Advisory Council; Dr. Edward M. Purcell, Gerhard Gade University Professor, Harvard University; observers: Dr. Arthur Roe, Head, International Science Activities, National Science Foundation; J. Wallace Joyce, International Scientific and Technological Affairs, Department of State; Dr. Carl Tolman, Science Attache, U.S. Embassy, Tokyo; and Francis Tenny, Educational Exchange Branch, U.S. Information Service; (listed on back of photo) and (right to left at curved table) Mr. Yasukawa, Dr. Wadachi, and Dr. Kihara; (USIS Photo, Tokyo) 1965 (14)
Identified: Dr. Joyce, Dr. Tolman, and Dr. Tenny (name plates) (USIS Photo, Tokyo) 1965 (15)
Identified: Dr. Purcell, Dr. Roe, Dr. Joyce (name plates) (USIS Photo, Tokyo) 1965 (16)
Identified: Dr. Bennett, Dr. Haskins, Dr. MacDonald, and Dr. Purcell (listed on back of photo) (USIS Photo, Tokyo) 1965 (17)
Identified: Dr. Bennett, Dr. Haskins, Dr. MacDonald, and Dr. Purcell (listed on back of photo) (USIS Photo, Tokyo) 1965 (18)
Identified left to right: Dr. Bennett, Dr. Magoun, Dr. Purcell, and Dr. Wilson (USIS Photo, Tokyo) 1965 (19)
Conferences and Meetings [3 of 7]
Box 20, Folder 15
Dr. Ward (2nd to front row) and a group of unidentified people at a meeting, [no date] (1)
Dr. Kaneshige (Fourth from the left) and a group of unidentified people at a meeting (A694), [no date] (2)
Left to right: 1-Dr. Kaneshige, 2-Dr. Kelly, 3-unidentified, 4-Dr. Roe and 5-unidentified (A694), [no date] (3)
Harry Kelly (fifth from left) and an unidentified group at a meeting (A706), [no date] (4)
From left to right: 1-unidentified, 2-unidentified, 3-Aaron Rosenthal, 4-Masawa Yanagi (interpreter) and 5-unidentified at a meeting, [3 photographs, no date] (5)
From left to right: 1-unidentified, 2-Dr. Kaneshige, 3-unidentified, 4-unidentified, 5-Bunkichi Yusurina, and 6-Dr. Yoshizato at a meeting, [no date] (6)
From left to right: 1-Masawa Yatagi (interpreter), 2-Dr. Kelly, 3-William Sturgy, at a meeting, [no date] (7)
From left to right: 1-Toruro Tanagaki and 2-Dr. Kaneshige at a meeting, [no date] (8)
Kunio Yoshizato (third from left) and 3 unidentified men at a meeting, [2 photographs no date] (9)
From left to right: 1-unidentified, 2-Bunkichi Yusurina, and 3-Kunio Yoshizato at a meeting, [no date] (10)
From left to right: 1-Bunkichi Yusurina, 2-Kunio Yoshizato, and 3-unidentified at a meeting, [no date] (11)
Unidentified group at a meeting, [no date] (12)
Conferences and Meetings [4 of 7]
Box 20, Folder 16
From left to right: 1-Dr. Kelly, 2-unidentified, 3-unidentified, 4-unidentified, 5-unidentified, 6-Dr. MacLeod, 7-unidentified, 8-unidentified, 9-unidentified, and 10-unidentified at a meeting, (Dept. Of State Photograph #VS 215-1-65); [no date], ca. March 18, 1965 (1)
From left to right: 1-unidentified, 2-Secretary Dean Rusk, and 3-Dr. Kaneshige at a meeting, (Dept. Of State Photo - VS 643-2-66) October 10, 1966 (2)
From left to right: 1-unidentified, 2-Secretary Rusk, 3-unidentified, 4-Dr. Kaneshige, 5-unidentified, 6-Dr. Akabori, 7-unidentified, 8-Dr. Kaya, 9-unidentified, 10-unidentified, 11-unidentified, 12-Dr. Mukubo, 13-unidentified, 14-Mr. Okano, and unidentified people at a meeting, (Dept. Of State Photo #VS 643-4-66) [2 photographs] October 10, 1966 (3)
Secretary Rusk, Dr. Kaneshige, Dr. Kelly and unidentified people at a meeting, (Dept. Of State Photo #VS 643-7-66) October 10, 1966 (4)
Dr. Akabori, Dr. Kaneshige, Dr. Purcell and unidentified people at a reception, (Dept. Of State Photo #VS 643-3-66) October 10, 1966 (5)
Dr. Kelly and unidentified people at Florida Atlantic University April, 1967 (6)
From left to right (around table): 1-Dr. Bennett, 2-Mr. Pollack, 3-Dr. Kelly, 4-Secretary Rusk, 5-Ambassador Shimoda, 6-Dr. Kaneshige and unidentified people at a meeting, (Dept. Of State Photo - 487-5-68), [no date], ca. September 7, 1968 (7)
Conferences and Meetings [5 of 7]
Box 20, Folder 17
From left: Dr. Kaneshige and Dr. Kelly at a conference, (Dept. of State Photo, #487-68) [no date], ca. July 9, 1968 (1)
From left: Dr. Kelly, unidentified, and Dr. Kaneshige in Washington, DC, (Dept. of State Photo #487-8-68), [no date], ca. July 9, 1968 (2)
From left to right (around table): 1-Dr. Wilson, 2-Dr. Tatum, 3-Dr. Purcell, 4-unidentified, 5-Mr. Pollack, 6-Dr. Kelly, 7-Secretary Rusk, 8-Ambassador Shimoda, 9-Dr. Kaneshige, 10-Dr. Akabori, 11-Mr. Ito, 12-Dr. Kaya; (unidentified group in back row), (Dept. of State Photo #487-2-68), [no date], ca. July 9, 1968 (3)
From left: 1-Dr. Purcell, 2-unidentified, 3-Dr. Kelly, 4-unidentified, 5-unidentified, 6-unidentified, 7-unidentified, 8-unidentified, 9-unidentified; (Dept. of State Photo #487-13-68), [no date], ca. July 9, 1968 (4)
From left: 1-unidentified, 2-Dr. Kelly, 3-Dr. Purcell, 4-unidentified, 5-unidentified, 6-Dr. Bennett, 7-unidentified, 8-unidentified and 9-unidentified in Washington, DC, (Dept. of State Photo #487-6-68), [no date], ca. July 9, 1968 (5)
From left: 1-unidentified, 2-unidentified, 3-unidentified, 4-Dr. Purcell, 5-unidentified, 6-unidentified, 7-unidentified, 8-Dr. Okuda, 9-Dr. Bennett, 10-Dr. Kaneshige, 11-Dr. Kelly, 12-unidentified, 13-Dr. Akabori, 14-Dr. Kaya, 15-unidentified, 16-unidentified, and 17-unidentified in Washington, DC; (Dept. of State Photo #487-20-68), [no date], ca. July 9, 1968 (6)
Back row (left to right): 1-Dr. Kanekuro Kaneshige, 2-Dr. MacLeod, and Dr. Harry Kelly; Row 1 unidentified except Dr. Okuda (3rd from the back); Row 2 unidentified except Dr. Seiji Kaya (3rd from front) and Dr. Purcell (4th from front); Row 3 unidentified except Dr. Bennett (3rd from back); Row 4 unidentified; (Dept. of State Photo #487-1-68), [no date], ca. July 9, 1968 (7)
Conferences and Meetings [6 of 7]
Box 20, Folder 18
Two unidentified people in the foreground, Dr. Kaneshige (left) and Dr. Kelly (right) in the background, [no date] (1)
Three unidentified people in the foreground, Dr. Kelly (far right) and Dr. Kaneshige (2nd to right) in the background with 3 unidentified people, [no date] (2)
Unidentified group, [no date] (3)
Front row unidentified except Dr. Kelly is 2nd to the right, back row is unidentified, [no date] (4)
Unidentified group, [no date] (5)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (2nd to right), [no date] (6)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (center), [no date] (7)
Unidentified group, [no date] (8)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (2nd from right around the table), [no date] (9)
Conferences and Meetings [7 of 7]
Box 20, Folder 19
Unidentified except for Dr. Kaneshige (2nd from right) and Dr. Kelly (3rd from right) (color), [no date] (1)
Unidentified except for Dr. Kaneshige (2nd from right) and Dr. Kelly (3rd from right) (color), [no date] (2)
Unidentified except for Dr. Kaneshige (right) and Dr. Kelly (center) (color), [no date] (3)
Left to right - 1st row: 1-Dr. Kaya, 2-unidentified, 3-Dr. Kaneshige, 4-Dr. Kelly, 5-unidentified, 6-unidentified; 2nd, 3rd and 4th row: unidentified, [no date] (4)
Unidentified group at a conference or meeting, (B-10), [no date] (5)
Meals and Receptions
Unidentified group - women are wearing kimonos August 11, 1964 (1)
Box 20, Folder 20
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (2nd from left, front row) - some people are wearing traditional Japanese clothing, [no date] (2)
Unidentified group - 1 woman is wearing a kimono, [no date] (3)
Unidentified group having coffee except for Dr. Kaya (back row far left), [no date] (4)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (far right) and Dr. Kaneshige (2nd to right) - color, [no date] (5)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (back row, standing) and Dr. Kaneshige (5th from left), [no date] (6)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (3rd from right) and Dr. Kaneshige (4th from right) (D-1), [no date] (7)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (far right), [no date] (8)
Unidentified group except for Dr. Kelly (back row, 3rd from right), [no date] (9)
Dr. Kelly (right) and an unidentified man, [no date] (10)
Outside Photographs [1 of 5]
Box 20, Folder 21
Truck on snowy road (E017), [no date] (1)
Building in the snow (E017), [no date] (2)
Building in the snow (E017), [no date] (3)
Building in the snow with unidentified person (E017), [no date] (4)
Snowy road (E017), [no date] (5)
Building in the snow in Japan with unidentified person (E017), [no date] (6)
Snowy road with unidentified people (undated) (E017), [no date] (7)
Building with siding partially off, [no date] (8)
Two unidentified people looking at valley scene (color), [no date] (9)
Outside Photographs [2 of 5]
Box 20, Folder 22
Buildings and debris [2 photographs, no date] (1)
Buildings and debris [2 photographs, no date] (2)
Building and debris, [no date] (3)
Unidentified man standing near debris (from Prof. Higasi), [no date] ca. 1966 (4)
Building and debris, [no date] (5)
Building and debris, [no date] (6)
Machinery and building, [no date] (7)
Building shell and debris, [2 photographs, no date] (8)
Building shell and debris, [2 photographs, no date] (9)
Building shell and debris, [no date] (10)
Debris, [no date] (11)
Building shell and debris, [2 photographs, no date] (12)
Building shell and debris from different angles, [3 photographs, no date] (13)
Debris, [no date] (14)
Outside Photographs [3 of 5]
Box 20, Folder 23
Building, [no date] (1)
Building, [no date] (2)
Building, [no date] (3)
Building - same as above, different angle, [no date] (4)
Building - same as above, different angle, [no date] (5)
Building - same as above, different angle, [2 photographs, no date] (6)
Building - same as above, different angle, [no date] (7)
Building - same as above, different angle, [2 photographs, no date] (8)
Building - same as above, different angle, [no date] (9)
Building, [no date] (10)
Building - same as above, different angle, [no date] (11)
Outside Photographs [4 of 5]
Box 20, Folder 24
Buildings, [no date] (1)
Building, [no date] (2)
Buildings, [no date] (3)
Buildings - same as above, different angle, [no date] (4)
Buildings - same as above, different angle, [no date] (5)
Building, [2 photographs, no date] (6)
Building - same as above, different angle, [no date] (7)
Buildings, series in same locations - shots vary - 10 photographs (D, E, F, G, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8), [no date] (8)
Buildings, [no date] (9)
Buildings - same as above, different angle (A), [no date] (10)
Buildings - same as above, different angle (B), [no date] (11)
Buildings - same as above, different angle (C), [no date] (12)
Buildings - same as above, different angle (3), [no date] (13)
Buildings - same as above, different angle (4), [no date] (14)
Buildings, [no date] (15)
Buildings, [no date] (16)
Buildings with unidentified person walking, [no date] (17)
Building, [no date] (18)
Buildings, [no date] (19)
Side of Building, [no date] (20)
Buildings - (from Prof. Higasi), [no date] (21)
Two unidentified people on a building terrace, [no date] (22)
Buildings, [no date] (23)
Outside Photographs [5 of 5]
Box 20, Folder 25
Building, [no date] (1)
Building - same as above - different angle, [no date] (2)
Building - same as above - different angle, [no date] (3)
Building - same as above - different angle, [no date] (4)
Building - same as above - different angle, [2 photographs, no date] (5)
Building - same as above - different angle, [2 photographs, no date] (6)
Building - same as above - different angle, (219317) Japanese writing on back, [no date] (7)
Building - same as above - different angle, [2 photographs, no date] (8)
Building - same as above - different angle, [no date] (9)
Building, [no date] (10)
Building - same as above - different angle, [no date] (11)
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Photographs
Box 20, Folder 26
Building entrance, [no date] (1)
Main Entrance of the Asian Institute of Technology (A Technical Graduate School) in Chuaron Kon, Bangkok, Thailand, [no date] (2)
Thailand, Bangkok part of the Asian Institute of Technology Campus within the university, [no date] (3)
Models and Exhibits
Box 20, Folder 27
U.S.-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation Exhibit, (Department of State Photograph #487-9-68), [no date] ca. July 9, 1968 (1)
Model, Asian Institute of Technology, [no date] (2)
Model, Asian Institute of Technology, [no date] (3)
Asian Institute of Technology model, [3 photographs, no date] (4)
Harry C. Kelly Memorial Service
Reception
Box 20, Folder 28
Close up of Henry Kelly at a microphone, color March, 1986 (1)
Unidentified man, color March, 1986 (2)
Unidentified group except for Sam Coleman (3rd from left foreground), color March, 1986 (3)
Toast, unidentified group, color March, 1986 (4)
Unidentified group, Henry Kelly (right in foreground), color March, 1986 (5)
Unidentified man, color March, 1986 (6)
Henry Kelly at a microphone, color March, 1986 (7)
Unidentified man at a microphone, color March, 1986 (8)
Memorial, color March, 1986 (9)
Henry Kelly looking at memorial (in foreground), color March, 1986 (10)
Henry Kelly at a microphone (foreground) with unidentified group, color March, 1986 (11)
Unidentified group, color March, 1986 (12)
Sam Coleman at a microphone, color March, 1986 (13)
At a restaurant
Box 20, Folder 29
Front row (left to right): 1-Sam Coleman, 2-unidentified, 3-Henry Kelly, 4-unidentified; back row unidentified; 2 Photographs, color March, 1986 (1)
Three unidentified men, color March, 1986 (2)
Two unidentified men, color March, 1986 (3)
Two unidentified men, color March, 1986 (4)
Unidentified group except for Henry Kelly far left back row, color March, 1986 (5)
Unidentified group except for Sam Coleman 2nd to right back row, color March, 1986 (6)
Unidentified group except for Sam Coleman 2nd to right back row, color March, 1986 (7)
Henry Kelly (right) and an unidentified man (left), color March, 1986 (8)
Henry Kelly (left) and four unidentified men, color March, 1986 (9)
Left to right: 1-Sam Coleman, 2-Henry Kelly, and 3-unidentified; color March, 1986 (10)
Left to right: 1-Sam Coleman, 2-unidentified, and 3-Henry Kelly; color March, 1986 (11)
Unidentified group, color March, 1986 (12)
Two unidentified men, color March, 1986 (13)
Two unidentified men, color March, 1986 (14)
Unidentified man (right) and Henry Kelly (left), color March, 1986 (15)
Two unidentified men, color March, 1986 (16)
Two unidentified men, color March, 1986 (17)
Henry Kelly (left) and an unidentified man (left), color March, 1986 (18)
Sam Coleman (left), unidentified man (center), and Henry Kelly (right); color March, 1986 (19)
Graveyard
Box 20, Folder 30
Harry C. Kelly tombstone, color March, 1986 (1)
Henry Kelly at the graveyard, color March, 1986 (2)
Unidentified man at the graveyard, color March, 1986 (3)
Sam Coleman at the graveyard, color March, 1986 (4)
Memorial Service
Box 20, Folder 31
Picture of memorial for Harry C. Kelly with autographs by: Shoji Seto, Ken-ichi Shinohara (Waseda University), Fumio Yamaski (Japan Radioscope Association), Teruo Ichinose (ex-Scientific Attache), Tominosuke Katsurai (ex-ESS, GHQ), Sei-ichi Ishizuka (ex-Scientific attache), Toshio Takeshita (ex-office director of JSC), Yoshihiro Asami (ex-Prof. at Hokkaido University), Masao Yoshida, Toru Haginoya (ex-scientific attache), Shizuko Nakaya, Kankuro Kaneshige, Masanori Sato (ex-president of Scientific Research Institute), Masao Yoshiki (President of JSPS), Takashi Mukaibo, Eizo Tajima (St. Paul's University), Seiji Kaya, Tatsuo Kobayashi, Shinji Fukui (President of the Institute for Physical and Chemical Research), Itoko Kaya, Hisa Segane, Setsuko Segane, and Yuichiro Sumi, [no date] (1)

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