Physical Description: 1 linear feet.
Series Scope and Content Summary
Correspondence between Jane Morgan and various individuals and institutions in order to compile research information for the
development and production of
Electronics in the West. Topics include people, events, and concepts included in the book, editing and revising chapter drafts, and letters to those
receiving a copy of the published book. This subseries includes the correspondence between Jane Morgan and Haraden Pratt,
1964-1969. Pratt was chief engineer of Mackey Radio and Telegraph Company, and later, vice president and general manager of
International Telephone and Telegraph Company. Pratt served as an adviser to Presidents Truman and Eisenhower, and was president
of the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE). He assisted Morgan's efforts to develop
Electronics in the West by serving as her historical advisor and technical consultant.