Consists of correspondence, agendas, minutes, and photographs pertaining to the biennial conference.
The Japan-American Conference of Mayors and Chamber of Commerce Presidents was an organization of mayors and chamber of commerce
presidents to establish better relations between Japan and the United States in post World War II. It's first conference was
held in Tokyo, Japan in 1951. It was resolved at the conference that similar meetings be held between Japan and the U.S. to
develop and maintain a mutual understanding between the two countries.October 30-November 10, 1951 - 1st Japan-American Conference (Tokyo, Japan)
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