A few comments:
Please note that Anderson is on the Manual Committee, along with Professor Okazaki and Professor
Those who have a copy of Anderson's notebook likely possess the original "Kata Manual" of the AJG. The purpose was
to foster uniformity of instruction among the Kodenkan affiliated schools.
it was Anderson's scroll that was sent to the Japanese Embassy in Washington, D.C. for translation. The name of the translator
and title is provided:
Akira Miyazaki, Secretary of the Imperial Japanese Embassy, Washington, D.C.
The Secretary of the Embassy is usually one highly skilled in their own culture as well as the culture and language
of their assignment. They might (at that time) have the equivalent of several Phds.
It would have to be considered a high honor for someone of such prestige to have taken the time to translate the
Kodenkan Mokuroku for posterity.