胡適之先生日記：1956年6月16日：Prof. Martin Wilbur介紹 Iwao Ayusawa (鮎沢 巌, Ayusawa Iwao)，了解日本有479個大學........大學標準的維持，全靠一個大學立案審查委員會 (The Charting Committee).
Prof. Martin Wilbur 介紹鮎沢 岩(sic 原為巌).....
Iwao Ayusawa 先生說，先前與胡適見面兩次： 1931杭州 1954 東京駐日大使館。
大學標準的維持，全靠一個大學立案審查委員會 (The Charting Committee)。它油文部省聘任，但完全自由獨立。
Martin Wilbur (1907–1997) was the George Sansom Professor of Chinese History at Columbia University from 1947 to 1976. Born in Dayton, Ohio, Wilbur went
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iwao_AyusawaIwao Frederick Ayusawa (鮎沢 巌, Ayusawa Iwao) (October 15, 1894 – November 30, 1972) was a diplomat and international authority on social and labor issues.
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In 1911 he went to Hawaii as a recipient of the Friend Peace Scholarship. He graduated from Haverford Collegein 1917, and then attended Columbia University, from which he graduated in 1920. He served as the Japanesedelegate to the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, and as Director of the Tokyo branch of the ILO until 1939. He joined the staff of the International Christian University in 1952. In 1956, he received an honorary degree from Haverford College. He published several books and articles, including A History of Labor in Modern Japan in 1966. His papers are held by the library of Haverford College.
- International labor legislation, New York, 1920
- Industrial conditions and labour legislation in Japan, Geneva : International Labour Office, 1926
- A History of Labor in Modern Japan, Honolulu, East-West Center Press, 1966
- International Labor Legislation. Clark, N.J.: Lawbook Exchange, 2005. ISBN 1-58477-461-4.