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A50 Project


administrative history

A50 is a grassroots Japanese initiative conceived in 1993 by a Japanese businessman, Hirotsugo (Chuck) Iikubo (class of 1957). Its purpose is the expression of appreciation for American treatment of Japan after the Second World War. A50 also attempts to promote awareness of the importance of mutual trust between the youth of both nations.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Arthur "Bud" Ebbert Klauser papers

Identifier: MSD-1945-001
Collection Statement The collection includes five series which are a reflection of Klauser's background, life and career which led him to a close relationship with Japan throughout most of his life. The collection contains photographs, documents, speeches, articles and artifacts regarding his travels, occupation, social life, etc. which may be interesting for students studying the culture, history, philosophy and business operations of Japan and its people. The materials cover Klauser's WWII Japanese language...