inspection of the reconstruction of the Japanese Hashidate Maru whaling factory ship at Hitachi Innoshima Shipyard. Japan, September 22, 1947. Front from left: K. Nishimura (Head of Fishery Section); Captain Claude M. Adams (Fisheries Division, Natural Resources Section, General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers); M. Shimada (Assistant of Captain Adams); S. Agatsuma (Manager, Hitachi Shipbuilding, Innoshima yard). Rear from left: I. Miyazaki (Director, Nihonsuisan); I. Shinoda (Superindendent, Hitachi Shipbuilding Innoshima yard); Y. Shinjo (Chief Engineer of the Hashidate Maru); Uemura (Head of Fishery Section of Hiroshima-Kan); T. Kubota (official of Hiroshima-Ken); M. Fujita; K. Takayama (official of Hiroshima-Ken); R. Uchino (Business Manager, Hitachi Shipbuilding Innoshima yard); F. Miyata (Master of Hashidate Maru). September 22, 1947
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