Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Administrative details, course outlines, timetables and lecture notes for the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) 12th Army Polytechnic, South East Asia Command (SEAC). This organised pre-release training across Burma. Includes a letter dated 18 January 1938 to Percy Johnson-Marshall from the Royal Institute of British Architects, telling him that he had passed his examination in professional practice, and an outline map of Bengal.
School of Planning and Research for Regional Development (SPRRD): Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1944-1946
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Percy Johnson-Marshall, as General Secretary of the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO), and the School of Planning and Research for Regional Development (SPRRD) concerning arrangements for ensuring that the SATO Polytechnic courses were supported through the provision of lecture materials, text books and exam submissions. The file includes a booklet Town planning: a detailed description of qualifications, training and...
Scope and Contents Correspondence and papers relating to the 12th Army Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) Polytechnic in Rangoon. Includes assorted copies of Burma Star ( December 1945-March 1946) published by the Army Educational Corps HQ Twelfth Army: Burma - with SATO lectures highlighted. Also includes a photograph of Major CEJ Riley, SATO Radio Instructor demonstrating modern civil radio repair at the SATO...
Scope and Contents The administration files of the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) consist of:
- administration files, 1943-1946
- files concerning regional groups, 1943-1945
- files concerning liaison with other groups, 1943-1946
- material concerning the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) Polytechnic, Rangoon, 1945-1976
Scope and Contents Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) Polytechnic consists of:
- administrative files for SATO Polytechnic, 1946-1947
- miscellaneous course work, including a project entitled " My Village", 1945-1976
- photographs of SATO Polytechnic training events, 1945-1951
Scope and Contents 2 black and white photographic prints (17.5cm x 22cm), with accompanying captions, of work from the Service Arts Technical Organization (SATO) Polytechnic. The first shows Percy Johnson-Marshall addressing a meeting of future instructors of the Polytechnic, the second shows Major General Woods and William Tatton Brown at an art exhibition. The photographs are accompanied by a letter from FE Shrosbree, the General Secretary of the Association of Building Technicians, who sent them to Percy...
Scope and Contents Correspondence, notes on meetings and Committee lists for the Shillong Group of the Service Arts and Technical Organization in India.
Scope and Contents Correspondence to Percy Johnson-Marshall in his role as General Secretary to the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO), concerning the organisation and activities of the Sialkot Group.
Scope and Contents Administration, correspondence and reports for the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) Toungoo Group. Includes some details about the employment of civilian labour in the area.
Scope and Contents Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) monthly newsletters for April, July and September 1945, including a number from October 1945 returned as address unknown with a list of these. There is also a copy of the Service Arts Organisation (SAO) Information notes No 1, August 1943. Report of joint meeting of SATO and TOCH at the Burma front held on 23 July 1945. There is also a copy of a job advert for an architect forwarded to Percy Johnson-Marshall in August 1945, as suitable for his...