Overview of the Sylvan E. Moolten papers
Finding aid prepared by Hoover Institution Archives Staff
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Title: Sylvan E. Moolten papers
Date (inclusive): 1945-1986
Collection Number: 86060
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1 folder (0.1 linear feet)
Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, reminiscences, and clippings relating to the public health policy of the Allied occupation government in Japan after World War II, especially in regard to reform of medical education and to the role of the Japanese physician Yoshio Kusama.
Creator: Moolten, Sylvan E., 1904-
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[Identification of item], Sylvan E. Moolten papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.
Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1986.
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Major, United States Army Medical Corps; laboratory consultant, Health and Welfare Section, General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, 1945-1946.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, reminiscences, and clippings relating to the public health policy of the Allied occupation government in Japan after World War II, especially in regard to reform of medical education and to the role of the Japanese physician Yoshio Kusama.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Health and Welfare Section.
United States. Army Medical Service.
Japan--History--Allied occupation, 1945-1952.