Honolulu: Institute of Pacific Relations, 1927. First Edition thus. Octavos; 14 booklets from 6pp to 36pp, generally in Very Good to Near Fine condition in staplebound wrappers. Item #20483
The Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) was established in 1925 to provide a forum for discussion of problems and relations between nations of the Pacific Rim. Included here are 'Micronesia and Micronesians" by Professor Naomasa Yamasaki; 'Legislative Aspects of Asiatic Migration' prepared by International Labor Office (League of Nations); 'The Second Generation Oriental in America' by William C. Smith; 'Facing the Future of the Missionary Movement' by Edward H. Hume, M.D.; 'Memorandum on Missions' by Henry T. Hodgkin; 'The Problem of Population and Food Supply in Japan' by Dr. Shiroshi Nasu; 'The Education and the Economic Outlook for the Boys of Hawaii' by Romanzo Adams; 'The Japanese Race from Anthropological Point of View' by Akira Matsumura; 'Concessions and Settlements - and Their Transference to Chinese Rule by Mingchien Joshua Bau; 'Asiatic Immigration in New Zealand: Its History and Legislation.' by Dr. G.H. Scholefield and T.B.H. Hall; 'The Outstanding Cultural Assets of the Chinese People'/The Chinese Point of View of the So-Called Material Civilization of the West' by Sophia Chen Zen; 'The Social Status of the Japanese in Hawaii: Some of the Problems Confronting the Second Generation' by Tasuku Harada; 'The Labor Movement in China' by Ta Chen; and 'Child Workers in China' by Miss L.M. Friedlander.