Akita Senboku earthquake of 1914 was inland earthquake with magnitude 7.1 occurred in South-east part of Akita prefecture and caused 94 fatalities and 324 injured. The authors have been surveyed this disaster with newspaper articles at that time. Correspondence by local government was also shown indirectly. In this study, more detailed recovery process was investigated using local governmental documents archived in Akita Prefectural Archives. We clarified the correspondences of Akita prefectural government through the communication records between central government and local organizations. And damage investigation, rescue and recovery activities are also revealed.