This laminated ID card of Frank H. Moss dates from 1948. This is from Bert's collection of photographs and ephemera.
Was Frank a low level paper pusher while stationed in Yokohama following the war? Or is Frank the person responsible for writing a book entitled "The History of Coca-Cola in the Japanese Market as I Lived and Worked It"? According to what I find in Google Books Frank's book was not published and currently sits in a box in Coca-Cola's archives.
So we'll probably never know what part this Frank played in the cola wars following World War II or if he played any part at all.