The papers include correspondence, articles and research papers, memoranda, reports, research files, contracts, minutes, and
other materials, 1958-1998. Institutions represented in the papers include Stanford University, Stanford Research Institute,
Naval Research Advisory Committee, USAF Scientific Advisory Board, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Union
of Radio Science International, and the Voice of America. The collection also includes instruction manuals and a log for radio
station W6YX, 1932-1933 (club station at Stanford)
O. G. Villard, Jr., a leader in electromagnetic theory and experimental methods, earned his engineer's degree in 1943 and
his Ph.D. in 1949 at Stanford, studying with Dr. F. E. Terman. He joined the faculty in Stanford's electrical engineering
department and later was one of the founders of the Stanford Research Institute, now SRI International. He is a member of
the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering and a fellow of the IEEE and the American Association
for the Advancement of Science.
100 linear feet (121 boxes)
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