Papers in Japanese
Scans Index --- by Suzuki's hand
Going through archive backlog scanning material to post, work with, and present in other form on cuke later from anywhere.
Scans of Shunryu Suzuki lecture notes or transcripts will be posted elsewhere.
Handwritten Shunryu Suzuki (SR) - pretty sure - in Japanese - not sure if name of files 1 through 7 printed below are accurate description of contents - dc
1 - SR - SFZC articles of incorporation?
2 - SR hand - on back of event program
3 - SR - event schedule
4 - SR letter ZC name
5 - SR
6 - SR? sesshin schedule
7 - SR - Yamada draft letter
Shunryu Suzuki various writing in Japanese on Sokoji stationary
Some Japanese - Suzuki at bottom - mostly dc notes - kanji with English meaning
Genichi Amano was like Shunryu Suzuki's godfather at Rinsoin, head of danka, congregation. He visited with Suzuki shortly before Suzuki's death.
Amano notes on Shunryu Suzuki - JP
Amano's notes for his talk at Suzuki's Taisanshiki (retirement from Rinsoin?) - JP
Amano further notes - JP
Excerpt concerning Shunryu Suzuki from Yuki Ishimatsu book - JP
DC note to Hideko Oga and Shoganji material in Japanese - JP and English
Japanese letter to DC - too hard for me to read now
Fred Harriman (translator extraordinaire) translates three letters from DC to Japanese contacts.
When I wrote letters in Japanese they were more like on a 2nd grade level. Thanks Fred. - dc
Hoitsu Suzuki letter of 97 - and Eng
Yamada Masaji letter about Shunryu Suzuki
Japanese newspaper review of Crooked Cucumber - wonder what paper
Mitsu Suzuki letter to DC - JP - with translation in Group E
Mitsu Suzuki card to DC
Kato Taro letter - He's the guy who at the age of 12 or so accompanied Suzuki to Manchuria in 1945.
this poorly scanned (by DC) collection of memorial envelopes
this official looking calligraphed document to ZC from Eiheiji August 9, 1969 (Showa 44).
letter from Mitsu Suzuki on To Shine One Corner of the World (Zen Is Right Here
Flyer from Shoganji, the temple where Shunryu Suzuki was born. Note on it says Butsumon Sogaku died November 22nd, Showa 8 (1933) - a note I took while in the founder's hall with the markers of past priests. Added this date to Suzuki chronology.
nothing - think this is just a piece of scrap paper, a fax to Hoitsu that I took a note on - dc
Any help in identifying any of this appreciated. - dc
Thanks to Warren Lynn for scanning