Walter Kohn Papers

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Walter Kohn papers, ca. 1942-1998 [bulk dates 1960-1995]

Collection number: UArch FacP 34

Department of Special Collections

Davidson Library

University of California, Santa Barbara
Processed by:
Preliminary arrangement and description by Special Collections staff, latest version J. Mundy
Date completed:
July 10, 2007
Encoded by:
A. Demeter
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Walter Kohn papers
Dates: ca. 1942-1998
Bulk Dates: 1960-1995
Collection number: UArch FacP 34
Creator: Kohn, Walter, 1923-
Collection Size: 41.2 linear feet (104 boxes).
Repository: University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Dept. of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Abstract: The Walter Kohn Papers contain materials related to the career of the Nobel Prize winning physicist Walter Kohn and is primarily comprised of physics-related research notes, professional travel files, and correspondence.
Physical location: Del Sur, University Archives.
Languages: English

Access Restrictions

Letters of Recommendation (Boxes 15-21) and Global Peace & Security student files (Box 56) contain confidential information are closed pending staff review.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.

Preferred Citation

Walter Kohn Papers. UArch FacP 34. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Acquisition Information

Donations by W. Kohn, 2002 & 2003.

Biography

Walter Kohn is a Professor Emeritus of Physics at UCSB, with an emphasis in theoretical physics. On October 13, 1998 he was awarded half of the Nobel Prize in chemistry for his development of the density-functional theory.
Kohn was born on March 9, 1923 to Jewish parents in Vienna, Austria. He lived for a year and a half under the Austrian Nazi regime until he fled as a refugee first to England in 1939 and later to Canada in 1940. Both of his parents, unable to leave Austria, became victims of the Holocaust. Throughout his life he has maintained a strong Jewish identity and he was instrumental in the establishment of the Judaic Studies program at UC San Diego. He also has been involved in social justice issues, including participating in the American Physical Society's Committee on the International Freedom of Scientists which petitions foreign governments and fellow scientists to end the persecution of scientists.
He attended University of Toronto from 1942 to 1945 where he received his undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics and his graduate degree in applied mathematics. During 1945-46, between his studies for the two degrees, he also completed a year of service in the Canadian Infantry, fighting in the last year of World War II. He then attended Harvard where he was awarded a PhD in physics in 1948. After graduation Kohn accepted his first position at Harvard as an instructor of physics.
In 1950 Kohn was offered a position at Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University) where he would work for the next ten years. While at Carnegie Mellon his research focused on Bloch electrons and semiconductor physics. Before starting, however, he was awarded a National Research Council fellowship and as a result postponed his appointment for two years to do research in Copenhagen. This would be the first of many temporary research positions he would hold abroad. He also later worked for months at a time in Tel Aviv, Israel; Les Houches, France; and Zurich, Switzerland; among other countries. During the last few weeks before beginning at Carnegie, Kohn was invited to work under the direction of Robert Oppenheimer at Princeton to finish his project begun in Copenhagen. During the summers of 1953 and 1954 Kohn also worked at Bell Labs doing research in solid state physics.
Kohn's career with the University of California began in 1960 when he left Carnegie to begin working at UC San Diego. It was while at UCSD that he began his work on density functional theory.
Kohn was invited in 1979 to come to UC Santa Barbara to assist in the establishment of the Institute of Theoretical Physics at UCSB, now known as the Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics, and to work as its founding director. Here he would continue his work on density functional theory and other subjects. He held this position until 1984 when he became a full time professor in UCSB's Department of Physics. He has been a Professor Emeritus since 1991.
Also noteworthy is that throughout his life Kohn has been an outspoken advocate of peace and has opposed the use of nuclear weapons. Throughout the Cold War he worked towards US-Soviet nuclear disarmament. He was on the faculty advisory committee for the Global Peace and Security Program at UCSB and the affiliated Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. He actively advocated, although unsuccessfully, for the removal of the University of California as manager of Lawrence-Livermore National Laboratories. Kohn was also was a consultant for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, based out of Santa Barbara.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Walter Kohn Papers contain materials related to the career of the Nobel Prize winning physicist Walter Kohn and are primarily comprised of physics-related research notes, professional travel files, and correspondence. Also included are files related to Kohn's other professional interests, including Peace and Security Studies and Judaic Studies, as well as class notes from his student days and research-related reprints of articles written by other scientists.

Arrangement

The collection contains the following series:
General
  • Autobiographical and bibliographical materials, including day planners from 1980-1984. (Box 1)
Correspondence (Arranged in loose chronological order)
Correspondence, incoming and outgoing combined, ca.1950-1996 (Boxes 1-14)
Primarily professional correspondence, including a substantial amount of interoffice mail, with some personal correspondence intermixed. Also includes drafts of public letters/statements as well as some clippings and miscellaneous ephemera related to correspondence. Some travel related materials are included as well in relation to correspondence. Some correspondence is also interspersed in professional files.
Letters of Recommendation, 1979-1998 (Boxes 15-21)
Letters and related documents primarily recommending students and colleagues for new positions. Closed pending review; contains confidential information.
Class Notes (Lecture notes)
  • Undergraduate, 1942-1944 (Box 22)
  • Graduate, 1945-1950 (Box 23)
Research (includes some reprints of scientific articles by others)
  • Contracts and Grants, 1983-1998 (Boxes 24-28)
  • General Research, ca. 1950s (Boxes 29-33)
  • Bloch Electrons, 1958-1959 (Box 34)
  • General Research, 1960-1972 (Boxes 35-39)
  • Quasicrystals, 1987-1988 (includes some related correspondence) (Box 40)
Professional Files (Arranged chronologically)
  • Files related to professional involvement in both the Physics Department and other departments on campus, as well as involvement in professional organizations.
Professional Lecture Notes (See above for Class Notes)
Taken, 1952-1960 (Box 41)

Given, 1952-1959, 1976 (Box 42)
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), 1968-1978 (Box 43)
Judaic Studies Files, 1972-1978 (Boxes 44-47)
Files from the development of the Judaic Studies program at UCSD.
General Files, 1978-1986 (Boxes 48-51)
Kohn's alphabetical file related to professional activities. Also includes related correspondence. Includes records from the Institute of Theoretical Physics and the National Academy of Sciences.
Global Peace and Security (GPS), 1984-1993 (Boxes 52-61)
Includes information about Kohn's involvement as well as general program information.

Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC), 1983-1987

Part of the GPS Department. Also includes information from his participation in the chancellor search committee of 1986 which resulted in the hiring of Barbara Uehling.
General Files, 1987-1992 (Boxes 62-64)
Includes files on USA/USSR Faculty Exchange Program and Direct Relief International assistance in St. Petersburg that Kohn assisted in organizing.
Trip Files, 1984-1997 (Arranged chronologically. Records from older trips were not separated by Kohn and are interspersed in professional files.) (Boxes 65-98)
  • Includes correspondence, trip planning notes, meeting notes, itineraries, article reprints, written reports, expense reports and ephemera (postcards, university brochures, maps, etc.) primarily related to business travel locally, nationally, and internationally. Some photographs are included with post-visit correspondence. Some records also related to personal travel between business trips and on sabbaticals and on cancelled travel plans.
Writings by Others (Boxes 99-104)
  • Reprints of Articles (arranged alphabetically)
  • Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Pamphlets, 1984-1992

Related Materials

Resources in Special Collections
  • Walter Kohn: personal stories and anecdotes told by friends and collaborators, edited by Matthias Scheffler & Peter Weinberger. (Special Collections QC16.K636 W35 2003)
Resources in the Davidson Library
  • Film Reflections of a physicist after an encounter with the Vatican and Pope John Paul II by Kohn (Media Collection BL241 .K596 2001)
  • Many of Kohn's articles can be retrieved through our databases, such as INSPEC or Web of Science.
Relevant Websites

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Kohn, Walter, 1923-
University of California, Santa Barbara. Dept. of Physics
Solid-state physics.
Density functionals.


 

General: Bibliographical

Box 1: 1

Biographic Details, Mar. 13, 1995

Box 1: 2

Day Planners, 1980-1984

Box 1: 3

Bibliography, 1988-07-18

 

Correspondence

 

Incoming/Outgoing

Box 1: 4

ABC, Apr. 11, 1950-Oct. 10, 1950

Box 1: 5

Europe, 1951-1952

Box 1: 6-7

ABC, 1950-1953

Box 1: 8

DEF, 1952-1953

Box 1: 9

GHIJ, 1952-1953

Box 1: 10

KLMNOP, 1952-1953

Box 1: 11

QRST, 1952-1953

Box 1: 12

UVWXYZ, 1952-1953

Box 1: 13

ABC, 1953-1954

Box 1: 14

DEF, 1953-1954

Box 1: 15

GHIJ, 1953-1954

Box 1: 16

KLMNOP, 1953-1954

Box 1: 17

QRST, 1953-1954

Box 1: 18

UVWXYZ, 1953-1954

Box 1: 19

ABC, 1954-1955

Box 1: 20

DEF, 1954-1955

Box 1: 21

GHIJ, 1954-1955

Box 1: 22

KLM, 1954-1955

Box 1: 23

NOP, 1954-1955

Box 1: 24

QRST, 1954-1955

Box 1: 25

UVWXYZ, 1954-1955

Box 2: 1

A B C, 1959-1960

Box 2: 2

D E F, 1959-1960

Box 2: 3

G H I J, 1959-1960

Box 2: 4

K L M, 1959-1960

Box 2: 5

N O P, 1959-1960

Box 2: 6

Q R S T, 1959-1960

Box 2: 7

U V W X Y Z, 1959-1960

Box 2: 8

Department Business, 1959-1960

Box 2: 9

A B C, 1958-1959

Box 2: 10

D E F, 1958-1959

Box 2: 11

G H I J, 1958-1959

Box 2: 12

Department Business, 1958-1959

Box 2: 13

N O P, 1957-1958

Box 2: 14

Q R S T, 1957-1958

Box 2: 15

U V W X Y Z, 1957-1958

Box 2: 16

Grad Students, 1956-1957

Box 2: 17

H-Bomb Test Ban, Oct. 1956

Box 3: 1

Senate Business – Graduate Council, 1960

Box 3: 2

Senate Business – Extension pt.1, 1960-1961

Box 3: 3

La Jolla – General, 1959-1960

Box 3: 4

La Jolla Staff, 1960-1961

Box 3: 5

Faculty Meetings, 1960-1961

Box 3: 6

A B C, 1960-1961

Box 3: 7

D E F, 1960-1961

Box 3: 8

G H I J, 1960-1961

Box 3: 9

K L M, 1960-1961

Box 3: 10

N O P, 1960-1961

Box 3: 11

Q R S T, 1960-1961

Box 3: 12

U V W X Y Z, 1960-1961

Box 3: 13-17

Kohn, June-Oct. 1960

Box 3: 18

UCSD La Jolla Institute for Materials Research, 1960

Box 4: 1

Travel to SMU, Dallas, Texas, Apr. 29, 1965

Box 4: 2

Professional Correspondence, 1964-1966

Box 4: 3

Senate Business – Extension pt.2, 1962-1964

Box 5: 1

Bloch Talk, 1968

Box 5: 2

Gordon and Breach MS, 1967-1968

Box 5: 3

M. Weger, 1967-1968

Box 5: 4

A, 1967-1968

Box 5: 5

UCSD – Galbraith Resignation, 1965-1966

Box 5: 6-7

Many-Body Problem Conference – Novosibirsk, U.S.S.R., Mar. 25-Apr. 1, 1965

Box 6: 1

Y. Levich Soviet Scientist, 1976

Box 6: 2

A, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 6: 3

UNESCO, 1975

Box 6: 4

A, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 6: 5

Professor Khalatnikov, 1974-1975

Box 6: 6

Carl Moser, 1973-1974

Box 6: 7

A, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973

Box 6: 8

Kohn, 1970-1974

Box 6: 9

Correspondence with Regents, etc., 1963

Box 7: 1

pt.1, Apr-June 1985

Box 7: 2

pt.2, Apr-June 1985

Box 7: 3

pt.1, Jan-Mar. 1985

Box 7: 4

pt.2, Jan-Mar. 1985

Box 7: 5

pt.1, Aug-Sept. 1984

Box 7: 6

pt.2, Aug-Sept. 1984

Box 8: 1

(Unlabelled), June-Aug. 1986

Box 8: 2

pt.1, Jan-June 1986

Box 8: 3

pt.2, Jan-June 1986

Box 8: 4

(Unlabelled), Oct-Dec. 1985

Box 8: 5

(Unlabelled), July-Sept. 1985

Box 9: 1

pt.1, 1988

Box 9: 2

pt.1, 1987

Box 9: 3

pt.2, 1987

Box 9: 4

(Unlabelled), July-Dec. 1987

Box 9: 5

(Unlabelled), Sept-Dec. 1986

Box 10: 1

pt.1, 1989

Box 10: 2

pt.2, 1989

Box 10: 3

pt.3, 1989

Box 10: 4

pt.4, 1989

Box 10: 5

pt.2, 1988

Box 11: 1

pt.1, 1990-1991

Box 11: 2

pt.2, 1990-1991

Box 11: 3

pt.1, 1990

Box 11: 4

pt.2, 1990

Box 11: 5

pt.3, 1990

Box 11: 6

pt.4, 1990

Box 12: 1

pt.1, 1993

Box 12: 2

pt.2, 1993

Box 12: 3

pt.1, 1991

Box 12: 4

pt.2, 1991

Box 13: 1

(Unlabelled), 1995

Box 13: 2

(Unlabelled), 1994

Box 14: 1

pt.1, 1996

Box 14: 2

pt.2, 1996

Box 14: 3

pt.3, 1996

 

Letters of Recommendation

Box 15: 1-9

A, 1985-1997

Box 15: 10-20

B, 1979-1997

Box 15: 21-31

C, 1988-1997

Box 16: 1-6

D, 1983-1994

Box 16: 7-8

E, 1985, 1996

Box 17: 15

E, 1989

Box 16: 9-16

F, 1989-1998

Box 16: 17-31

G, 1980-1998

Box 17: 1-7

H, 1981-1995

Box 17: 8-9

I, 1987, 1994-1995

Box 17: 10-11

J, 1991

Box 17: 12-14

K, 1987, 1996-1997

Box 17: 16-21

K, 1988-1996

Box 18: 1-13

L, 1980-1998

Box 18: 14-22

M, 1980-1998

Box 18: 23-25

N, 1989-1998

Box 18: 26-28

O, 1986-1993

Box 19: 1-8

P, 1967, 1989-1997

Box 19: 9

Q, 1990

Box 19: 10-20

R, 1980-1998

Box 19: 21-24

S, 1986-1987, 1998

Box 20: 1-7

S, 1986-1994

Box 20: 8-13

T, 1984-1996

Box 20: 14

U, 1998

Box 20: 15-17

V, 1990

Box 21: 1

V, 1993

Box 21: 2-8

W, 1990-1998

Box 21: 9-13

Y, 1980-1996

Box 21: 14-16

Z, 1991-1995

Box 21: 17

Miscellaneous

 

Class Notes

 

Undergraduate

Box 22: 1

Geometry (Pounder, Beatty, Brauer, Coxeter) pt.1, 1942

Box 22: 2

Miscellaneous II Year – Physics and Astronomy, 1942-1943

Box 22: 3

Geometry (Pounder, Beatty, Brauer, Coxeter) pt.2, 1943

Box 22: 4

Algebra, 1943-1944

 

Graduate

Box 22: 5

Analysis 1a, Geometry 1b and Exercises, 1945-1946

Box 22: 6

Quantum Theory (Dirac) & Philosophy, Literature, Art, 1947

Box 23: 1

Applied Science 5, June 25, 1947

Box 23: 2

Theory of Functions – Differential Equations, Differential Geometry, 1947-1950

Box 23: 3

[undefined], 1948-1949

Box 23: 4

Optics, Magnetics, Electronics, Modern Physics, 1949-1950

Box 23: 5

Qu. Electrodyn and New Qu. Electrodynamics – Disp. Rel. Goldberger (Schwinger)

Box 23: 6

Nuclear Physics I (Intro to Quantum Mechanics) – Schwinger

 

Research

 

Contracts and Grants

Box 24: 1

ONR Renewal, N00014-84-K-0548, June 21, 1986-Dec. 31, 1988

Box 24: 2

ONR N00014-84-K-0548, Feb. 1, 1984-Jan. 31, 1986

Box 24: 3

ONR N00014-84-K-0548 Final Due, June 20, 1986

Box 24: 4

ONR Monthly Reports, 1992-1993

Box 24: 5

ONR Monthly Reports, 1990-1991

Box 24: 6

ONR Monthly Reports, 1984-1985

Box 25: 1

Accounting Dept/Computer/Misc., 1996-1997

Box 25: 2

1998 Accounting Records NSF, 1998

Box 25: 3

NSF Monthly Reports, 1992-1994

Box 25: 4

NSF Monthly Reports, 1990-1991

Box 25: 5

NSF Monthly Reports, 1988-1989

Box 25: 6

NSF Monthly Reports, 1986-1987

Box 26: 1

NSF Sheets, 1995

Box 26: 2

NSF Monthly Reports, 1984-1985

Box 26: 3

NSF Monthly Reports, 1983

Box 26: 4

National Science Foundation Grant #DMR-90-01502, May 1, 1993-Apr. 30, 1996

Box 26: 5

Phys., NSF Expenditures, Dec. 31, 1990

Box 26: 6

Distribution of Payroll Expenses, 1987

Box 26: 7

NSF-DMR-90-01502, 1990-1992

Box 27: 1

NSF-DMR #9308011

Box 27: 2

3 year renewal NSF-DMR-8703434, May 15, 1987-Oct. 31, 1990

Box 28: 1

NSF – Theory of Solids Proposal, Oct. 1, 1983-Sept. 30, 1986

Box 28: 2

NSF Proposals, 1986

Box 28: 3

Office of Naval Research, Jan. 1, 1992-Dec. 31, 1993

Box 28: 4

ONR Grant Renewal N00014-89-J-1530, pt.1, Jan. 1, 1989-Dec. 31, 1991

Box 28: 5

ONR Grant Renewal N00014-89-J-1530, pt.2, Jan. 1, 1989-Dec. 31, 1991

 

Research, ca. 1950s

Box 29: 1

Causality

Box 29: 2

Colloquium, 1958-1959

Box 29: 3

Colloquium-Hyperline Splitting, Nov. 1, 1954

Box 29: 4

Colloquium: Variational Methods in Collision Problems

Box 29: 5

El. Pick Up-Cambridge Talk

Box 29: 6

Electron Capsule

Box 29: 7

Motion of Electrons & Holes in Insulation from a Many-electron Point Point of View, 1958

Box 29: 8

Ellipsoidal Pendulum

Box 29: 9

Finding Potential-Colloquium, 1952

Box 29: 10

Fletcher and Brown, Sept. 11, 1953-Mar. 1954

Box 29: 11

Fredholm

Box 29: 12

Generalized Hamilton's

Box 29: 13

Lecture at GE Var. Methods for solving the S.Eq = in Periodic Lattices, 1955

Box 29: 14

Kroning

Box 29: 15

Localization of Wannier Functions, 1958

Box 29: 16

New Hampshire, 1953

Box 30: 1

Outlines, July 9, 1967

Box 30: 2

Polaroid, June 30-Sept. 21, 1948

Box 30: 3

Patch Effect

Box 30: 4

Perturbation Theory

Box 30: 5

Plasma Oscill. (Degenerate Electron Gas), Feb. 20, 1958

Box 31: 1-2

Potential From Phase

Box 31: 3

Purdue, J.P.: Concept of Electrons & Holes

Box 31: 4

Misc. Reprints

Box 31: 5

Scattering : Neutrons by Deutrons, May 28, 1947

Box 31: 6

Relativistic Scattering

Box 31: 7

Seattle Conference, Sept. 17-21, 1956

Box 31: 8

Seminars, 1952-1953

Box 31: 9

Seminars, 1956-1957

Box 31: 10

Seminars, Notes, 1958-1959

Box 31: 11

Seminars: Concept of Effective Mass

Box 31: 12

Seminar, Impurity States, Duke – North Carolina

Box 31: 13

Seminar for ONR: Electron Theory of Solids, 1958

Box 31: 14

Superconductivity

Box 31: 15

Susceptibility, etc. Reprints, 1956-1957

Box 31: 16

Sylvania Seminar, 1952

Box 31: 17

Stress Theory Electrons, 1951

Box 31: 18

Studies

Box 31: 19

Triton Movement

Box 32: 1

As Line Width (Numerical), 1954

Box 32: 2

Plasma Oscillations (Numerical), 1954

Box 32: 3

Plasma Oscillations, 1954

Box 32: 4

H.C.P. Lattice, 1954

Box 32: 5

Latice Effects, 1954

Box 32: 6

New York Talk on Donor Levels; Baltimore – H.F. Widths, 1954

Box 32: 7

Acceptor States – Old, 1954

Box 32: 8

1s – State with Observed Energy, 1954

Box 32: 9

1s State, 1954

Box 32: 10

Acceptors: Test Calc. For Donors, 1954

Box 32: 11

Hyperline Structure of Donor States, 1954

Box 32: 12

Energy Levels of Donor States in Silicon, 1954

Box 32: 13

Localized Electronic States in Semiconductors – Rich., 1954

Box 32: 14

3pt, 1954

Box 33: 1

2p, Iml=1, 1954

Box 33: 2

3po, 1954

Box 33: 3

2p, m=0, 1954

Box 33: 4

2s, 1954

Box 33: 5

Miss Gray, 1954

Box 33: 6

Acc. States in Si. – Summary, 1954

Box 33: 7

Mozer, 1954

Box 33: 8

Mimura MS on Donor States, 1954

Box 33: 9

Donor Wave Functions in Si., 1954

Box 33: 10

Gp. Theory of Acceptors, 1954

Box 33: 11

Magn. Susc. Of Impurity States in Germanium, 1954

Box 33: 12

M.F. Line Shapes (Active), 1954

Box 33: 13

Untitled, 1954

Box 33: 14

Li Line Width – Numerical, 1954

Box 33: 15

Warlington Talk on Effective Mass Theory in Seminconductors, 1954

 

Bloch Electrons

Box 34: 1

Bloch Electrons in Magnetic Fields – Preprints

Box 34: 2

Transport, 1963

Box 34: 3

Bloch Electrons in H – Seminar, Copenhagen

Box 34: 4

Bloch. Indep. Electrons, 1967

Box 34: 5

Bloch Electrons in Magnetic Fields – Broadlining

Box 34: 6

Bloch Els. In H – MS.

Box 34: 7

Bogoliubov

Box 34: 8

Talks on Boltzmann Equation

Box 34: 9

Bohr MS.

 

Research 1960-1972

Box 35: 1

Xdia (Li) – Misc. Papers

Box 35: 2

Ge Bands

Box 35: 3

Plasma Oscillations (Dan)

Box 35: 4

Plasma Oscillations – Key Papers

Box 35: 5

Atomic Diamagnetic Suscept. Li.

Box 35: 6

Tables of Na and Li Functions for k=0

Box 35: 7

Dilute Limit

Box 35: 8

Hornbeck and Haynes

Box 35: 9

N.Y.U. New Bldg., 1972

Box 35: 10

2 Kinds of Bosons (Austin, Minn., Cleveland), 1969

Box 35: 11

Wannier Functions, IBM, 1972

Box 35: 12

Sem. On Wannier (Orsay), 1972

Box 35: 13

Austria (Genrl. Talk), Oct. 1972

Box 35: 14

Wannier Function Seminar Detroit

Box 36: 1

Phys. of Ars. Sol. (Auburn) References

Box 36: 2

Composite Seminar, 1973

Box 36: 3

Many Body Theories – Reprints

Box 36: 4

Positrons in Solists

Box 36: 5

Miscellaneous

Box 36: 6

Nato Talk, 1961

Box 36: 7

Polaron Literature

Box 36: 8

Fermi Liquid

Box 36: 9

El. Latt. V. Ronl.

Box 36: 10

Alloy Diagram Phase Shifts of A. Houghton

Box 36: 11

Polaron – Holstein

Box 36: 12

Overhauser

Box 36: 13

Point Charge Vibration Spectrum (Final Results) Wipnes Latt.

Box 36: 14

Interacting Electron Gas in a Magnetic Field

Box 36: 15

Feynman: Patl Integers

Box 36: 16

V3 Si

Box 36: 17

One-Dimensional Superconductivity

Box 36: 18

Gordon Conference, Aug. 16-20, 1965

Box 37: 1

Ferromagnetism in Films

Box 37: 2

Fermi Gas Cluster Empomior (?)

Box 37: 3

Golitzkii (?) + Migdell, Landan

Box 37: 4

Phonon Anomalies

Box 37: 5

Friedel Sum Rule for Bloch Electrons

Box 37: 6

Impurity Scattering of Block Electrons

Box 37: 7

Acceptor Susceptibility – Numerical

Box 37: 8

Acceptors in Magnetic Fields – Pgh. Phys. Suc.

Box 37: 9

Bloch Els. In Magn. Field – Reprints

Box 37: 10

Maxwell's Equations

Box 37: 11

Conference in Siberia, 1965

Box 37: 12

The Fermi Surface in Metals (Univ. of Pitt.), Jan. 1960

Box 37: 13

(Unlabelled), 1959

Box 37: 14

Electron Theory of Solids (Talk to Science Writer, NY), 1959

Box 37: 15

Science and Philosophy

Box 37: 16

Dr. Kohn's All-University Lecture, Apr. 16, 1962

Box 37: 17

Plasma Physics

Box 37: 18

Screening – Brande's Lecture

Box 37: 19

Colloquium, 1959-1960

Box 37: 20

Buckley Lecture

Box 37: 21

Gordon Conference, July 12-17, 1953

Box 37: 22

Elecr. Structure of a Semicond. From Many Electron View Point (MIT)

Box 37: 23

Tops and Elliptic Integrals, 1946

Box 37: 24

Kansas (Colloquium), 1962

Box 37: 25

Harvard: Inhomogenous Electron Gas, 1966

Box 37: 26

Lectures on Insulating State – Paris, 1963

Box 37: 27

Insulating State (Cal Tech), 1965

Box 37: 28

Metals and Insulators, Stoneybrook, 1966

Box 38: 1

Solid State Physics and Condensed Matter, 1966

Box 38: 2

Electronic Phase Transitions (Vancouver), 1967

Box 38: 3

Superconductivity Lecture

Box 38: 4

Cologne – Theory of Electron Structure, 1967

Box 38: 5

Bloch Talk, 1968

Box 38: 6

Kiwanis Club – The Acad. Senate: What are the Issues?, Mar. 11, 1969

Box 38: 7

Excitonic Phases, 1968

Box 38: 8

UCLA Chem – Local Theory of Disardereal Systems, Nov. 24, 1969

Box 38: 9

Lecture: Theory Of Metal Surfaces, Tel Aviv, 1970-05

Box 38: 10

Bloch Electrons in a Magnetic Field: London Lectures

Box 38: 11

Pittsburgh Talk on Zeeman Splitting

Box 38: 12

Zeeman

Box 38: 13

Kjeldaas – W. Kohn

Box 38: 14

Li Wave Functions

Box 39: 1

Calculations of Energy Bonds for Monatomic Crystals (Kohn, Rostoker)

Box 39: 2

Net Lithium

Box 39: 3

Atomic Lithium

Box 39: 4

Li Knight Shift by Pert. Theory

Box 39: 5

Line Width – One Dimensional

Box 39: 6

Donner's Incline (?)

Box 39: 7

Check on Dick's E4

Box 39: 8

Dick's Li Tables

Box 39: 9

Lithium

Box 39: 10

Lithium Active

Box 39: 11

Knight Shift in Lithium, May 10, 1954

Box 39: 12

Knight MS

Box 39: 13

Knight Shift

Box 39: 14

D.C. Field

Box 39: 15

3- Particle Scattering

Box 39: 16

Meitler London Bands

 

Quasicrystals

Box 40: 1

QC, 1987

Box 40: 2

Jacobsen, Karsten W. – Bonding in Metallic Systems, An Effective Medium Approach, May 1987

Box 40: 3

General

Box 40: 5

Quasicrystals Write Up

Box 40: 6

QC Conference, Apr. 1987-Jan. 1988

Box 40: 7

Frank Kasper, Apr. 1986-Oct. 1987

 

Professional Files

 

Lecture Notes - Taken

Box 41: 1

Professor S.W. Flugge – Notes from Lectures Given on Field Theory and Applications to Meson Problems, 1952-1953

Box 41: 2

Special Lectures at CIT-Wick: Fine Structure, Jones: Metals, 1954

Box 41: 3

Seminar, Mitch., 1957

Box 41: 4

Quantum Mechanics by V. Bargmann, Quantum Theory of Fields and Elementary Particles by R. Jost, 1960

Box 41: 5

Self-Consistent Solutions for Interacting Fermi Gases: Kohn, Representation in Hilbert Space (Mackey)

Box 41: 6

Batsheva Seminar Lecture Notes

 

Lecture Notes – Given

Box 42: 1

Many Body Physics

Box 42: 2

Topics in Solids, Pittsburgh, 1959

Box 42: 3

Classical Physics for Engineers, Pittsburgh, 1954-1957

Box 42: 4

Kin. Th. Of Gasses and Thermo. (Lectures): Class. Phys. For Engineers (Lectures CIT), 1952-1954

Box 42: 5

Lectures on Thermodynamics: Carnegie Tech., 1953

Box 42: 6

Nuclear Physics, Lectures, 1952-1953

Box 42: 7

Lectures on Adv. Dynamics and on Relativity (Harvard), 1950

 

DARPA

Box 43: 1

(Unlabelled), 1968-1978

 

Judaic Studies Files

Box 44: 1

Judaic Studies FTE, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 2

Judaic Studies Committee Meetings, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 3

Judaic Studies Symposium, June 11, 1976

Box 44: 4

Judaic Studies – Cultural Traditions, Sept. 17, 1976-1977

Box 44: 5

Professor Arthur Hyman, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1976

Box 44: 6

Ruth Link-Salinger Hyman, Oct. 15, 1976-Mar. 4, 1977

Box 44: 7

General, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 8

Informational Material, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 9

Judaic Studies Fund, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 10

Informational Material, July 1, 1977-June 30, 1978

Box 44: 11

Judaic Studies Miscellaneous, 1977-1978

Box 44: 12

Judaic Endowment, 1976-1979

Box 44: 13

Administration, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 14

Books, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 15

Bureau of Jewish Education

Box 44: 16

Cultural Traditions, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 44: 17

Richard Friedman

Box 44: 18

Hebrew Language Program, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 19

Hebrew Language and Literature, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 20

Candidates for Student Advisor

Box 44: 21

Judaic Studies Symposium – Correspondence, July 1, 1976-June 30, 1977

Box 44: 22

Hebrew Language Program, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 44: 23

Judaic Studies – Endowment

Box 44: 24

(Unlabelled), July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 44: 25

Judaic Studies Proposal, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973

Box 44: 26

Judaic Studies – Meetings, 1972-1973

Box 44: 27

Coordinating Committee on Foreign Language, Dec. 6, 1973

Box 44: 28

Hebrew Language, 1973

Box 44: 29

Judaic Studies MA

Box 44: 30

Judaic Studies Program

Box 45: 1

Cultural Traditions, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973

Box 45: 2

Elementary Hebrew Program, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973

Box 45: 3

Judah Goldin, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973

Box 45: 4

(Unlabelled), July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973

Box 45: 5

Judaic Studies Comm. Video Tape, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973

Box 45: 6

Judaic Studies Fund, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 7

Judaic Studies FTE, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 8

Judaic Studies Symposium – General

Box 45: 9

(Unlabelled), July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 10

Santa Cruz, California, Jan. 19-20, 1975

Box 45: 11

Pagis, Dan, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 12

United Jewish Federation, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 13

Informational Material, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 14

Judaic Symposium – Budget

Box 45: 15

Judaic Studies Committee Meetings, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 16

Judaic Studies Symposium – Mailing List

Box 45: 17

Judaic Studies Symposium – Forms Sent, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 45: 18

Judaic Studies Letterhead Art Work

Box 45: 19

(Unlabelled), July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 1

Judah Goldin, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 2

(Unlabelled), July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 3

Judaic Studies Comm. Video Tape, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 4

Elementary Hebrew Program, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 5

Judaic Studies Committee Meetings, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 6

Judaic Studies Proposal, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 7

United Jewish Appeal

Box 46: 8

United Jewish Federation, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 9

Pagis, Dan, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 10

Murray Baumgarten, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 11

UJA Faculty Advisory Council, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 12

Books, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 13

United Jewish Federation, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 14

Judaic Studies Proposal, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976

Box 46: 15

Leaflets, 1976-1977

Box 46: 16

Judaic Studies Fund, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 17

Santa Cruz Field Study Program, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 18

Sephardic Symposium, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 19

Brandwein Course Material, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 20

Cultural Traditions, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974

Box 46: 21

Judah Goldin, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 22

Elementary Hebrew Program, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 23

Informational Material, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 24

Judaic Studies Committee Meetings, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 46: 25

Search Committee, July 1, 1977-June 30, 1978

Box 46: 26

Professor Mark Heller, 1977-1978

Box 46: 27

Frieda L. Levinsky, 1977-1978

Box 47: 1

Visiting Lecture Series, July 1, 1977-June 30, 1978

Box 47: 2

Visiting Lecturer – Professor Bernard Jackson, Sept. 27, 1977

Box 47: 3

Visiting Lecturer – Professor J. Milgrom, Feb. 6-8, 1978

Box 47: 4

Visiting Lecturer – Nathan Glazer, May 5, 1978

Box 47: 5

Glazer Publicity Folder

Box 47: 6

Administration, July 1, 1977-June 30, 1978

Box 47: 7

Books, July 1, 1977-June 39, 1978

Box 47: 8

Judaic Studies FTE, July 1, 1977-June 30, 1978

Box 47: 9

Judaic Studies Symposium, 1976

Box 47: 10

Judaic Minors, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 47: 11

(Unlabelled), July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975

Box 47: 12

Books, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 13

Judaic Endowment, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 14

Judaic Lecture Series, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 15

Fifth Annual UC Judaica Symposium, Nov. 5, 1978

Box 47: 16

Brochure, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 17

Budget, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 18

Budget Cuts, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 19

Committee Meetings, Nov. 29, 1978

Box 47: 20

General, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 21

Search Committee, July 1, 1978-June 30, 1979

Box 47: 22

Committee Meeting, June 1, 1978

Box 47: 23

Committee Meetings

Box 47: 24

Committee Meeting, Mar. 9, 1978

Box 47: 25

Committee Meeting, Nov. 10, 1977

Box 47: 26

Committee Meeting, Nov. 3, 1977

Box 47: 27

Union of Jewish Students, 1977-1978

 

General Files, 1978-1986

Box 48: 1

APS, 1978-1984

Box 48: 2

A, 1978-1984

Box 48: 3

Argonne, 1980

Box 48: 4

B, 1978-1984

Box 48: 5

C, 1978-1984

Box 48: 6

D, 1978-1984

Box 48: 7

Darpa, 1980-1981

Box 48: 8

E, 1978-1984

Box 48: 9

F, 1978-1984

Box 48: 10

G, 1978-1984

Box 48: 11

H, 1978-1984

Box 48: 12

History of Solid State Physics, 1980

Box 48: 13

J, 1978-1984

Box 48: 14

K, 1978-1984

Box 48: 15

L, 1978-1984

Box 49: 1

A, 1984-1986

Box 49: 2

Argonne National Laboratory, 1984-1986

Box 49: 3

B, 1984-1986

Box 49: 4

CSDI Review Committee

Box 49: 5

Committee of Concerned Scientists, 1987-1988

Box 49: 6

Committee of Concerned Scientists, 1984

Box 49: 7

F, 1984-1986

Box 49: 8

NAS Foreign Associates, 1987-1988

Box 49: 9

G, 1984-1986

Box 49: 10

Hillel

Box 49: 11

Hutchins Center

Box 49: 12

ITP, 1980-1987

Box 49: 13

ITP Publication List, 1979-1984

Box 49: 14

I, 1984-1986

Box 50: 1

Jendresen (Correspondence) UCSF, 1987-1988

Box 50: 2

K, 1984-1986

Box 50: 3

L, 1984-1986

Box 50: 4

MMF (Major Materials Facilities) & Computing pt.1, 1984

Box 50: 5

MMF & Computing pt.2

Box 50: 6

Minnesota ITP, 1987

Box 50: 7

M, 1984-1986

Box 51: 1

National Academy of Sciences, 1986

Box 51: 2

NSF Physics Advisory Co.

Box 51: 3

N, 1984-1986

Box 51: 4

National Research Council, 1987

Box 51: 5

Einstein Photo

Box 51: 6

Physics, 1986-1987

Box 51: 7

P, 1984-1986

Box 51: 8

R, 1984-1986

Box 51: 9

S, 1984-1986

Box 51: 10

T, 1984-1986

Box 51: 11

UCSB General

Box 51: 12

W, 1984-1986

Box 51: 13

XYZ, 1984-1986

 

Global Peace and Security

Box 52: 1

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1980-1995

Box 52: 2

IEEE Spectrum "Star Wars: SDI: The Grand Experiment," Sept. 1985

Box 52: 3

Journal, Space-Based Missile Defense, Mar. 1984

Box 52: 4

Organizing manual, Handbook from The Union of Concerned Scientists, 1984

Box 52: 5

Pamphlet, "Your Career and Nuclear Weapons," 1984

Box 52: 6

Pamphlet, "Les Armes Nucleaires: Une Perspective Candienne," Aug. 1984

Box 52: 7

Federation of American Scientists, Course Syllabi

Box 52: 8

Miscellaneous, 1986-1987

Box 53: 1

Science and Peace, Nov. 1993

Box 53: 2

Sister City Program, UCSB/USSR

Box 53: 3

Global Peace and Security, 1994-1998

Box 53: 4

GPS, 1991-1992

Box 53: 5

Global Peace and Security, 1991

Box 53: 6

Global Peace and Security, 1988-1990

Box 53: 7

Global Peace and Security, 1987-1988

Box 53: 8

Global Peace and Security pt.2, 1986-1987

Box 53: 10

Global Peace and Security pt. 1, 1985-1986

Box 53: 11

GPS Forms

Box 54: 1

Information, 1985

Box 54: 2

Panikkar, July 15, 1984

Box 54: 3

Science and Technology of Nuclear Conflict 102, 1984-1985

Box 54: 4

Pt.1, 1984-1985

Box 54: 5

Global Peace and Security Program pt.2, 1984-1985

Box 55: 1

Nuclear Conflict / Other Courses pt. 1

Box 55: 2

Nuclear Conflict / Other Courses pt. 2

Box 55: 3

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation pt.1

Box 55: 4

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation pt. 2

Box 55: 5

Peace Resource Center

Box 56: 1

Global Peace Advisees, 1984-1985

 

Global Peace and Security (IGCC)

Box 57: 1

American Airlines Refund (Zurich, Switzerland), 1986

Box 57: 2

American Physical Society, Aug. 1984-Dec. 1985

Box 57: 3

A, 1983-1986

Box 57: 4

B, 1984-1986

Box 57: 5

Joint Committee, 1986-1987

Box 57: 6

W. Kohn – UCB – To select the chancellor, Jan. 15, 1986-Jan. 16, 1987

Box 57: 7

Chancellor, Dec. 11-16, 1986

Box 57: 8

Walter Kohn UCB Meeting Chancellor Search Co., Feb. 12-24, 1987

Box 57: 9

Chancellor, Dec. 11, 1986

Box 57: 10

Chancellor Mtg., Nov. 13-19, 1986

Box 57: 11

Chancellor Meeting, Nov. 25-Dec. 3, 1986

Box 57: 12

Chancellor, Nov. 7-19, 1986

Box 57: 13

Chanc. Search, Sept. 4, 1986-Jan. 27, 1987

Box 57: 14

C, Jan. 5, 1985-Jan. 31, 1986

Box 57: 15

D, Dec. 7, 1984-Apr. 30, 1986

Box 57: 16

E [& Eisinger, Josef (DR.)], June 23, 1984-July-23, 1985

Box 58: 1

F, Oct. 4, 1984-Mar. 11, 1986

Box 58: 2

H, Feb. 13, 1986

Box 58: 3

Hutchinsons Center (CSDI), Sept. 20, 1984-Sept. 5, 1985

Box 58: 4

I, Nov. 21, 1984-Feb. 3, 1986

Box 58: 5

ITP Adv. Bd, May 23, 1984-Oct. 1987

Box 58: 6

IGCC, 1984-1985

Box 58: 7

IGCC – San Diego, Jan. 19-Apr. 20, 1985

Box 58: 8

IGCC – UCLA, Apr. 25-27, 1985

Box 58: 8

IGCC, Feb. 22-25, 1985

Box 58: 9

Plous/Farmer, Feb. 26-Mar. 22, 1985

Box 58: 10

IGCC, Oct. 18, 1984

Box 58: 11

IGCC, May 11-12, 1984

Box 59: 1

IGCC Statewide, 1983-1984

Box 59: 2

IGCC Misc (Statewide), Apr. 1982-1983

Box 59: 3

Haas Report, Dec. 1982-Mar. 1983

Box 59: 4

Global Conflict & Cooperation, Mar. 1983-Dec. 1982

Box 59: 5

IGCC (S.B.), 1983-1984

Box 59: 6

IGCC, SB Lists, 1983

Box 59: 7

IGCC Mtg, Dec. 14, 1983

Box 59: 8

IGCC, June 20-July 1, 1983

Box 60: 1

J, Jan-Nov. 1984

Box 60: 2

James Franck Institute Meeting, Mar. 1, 1984-Mar. 2, 1985

Box 60: 3

James Franck Institute

Box 60: 4

K, Mar. 6, 1985-Apr. 15, 1986

Box 60: 5

L, Aug. 28, 1984-Feb. 24, 1986

Box 60: 6

Laucks, Jan. 24, 1984-Mar. 28, 1986

Box 60: 7

Final Ballot Election Foreign Associates, Sept. 6, 1985

Box 60: 8

Results of Voting 2nd Ballot

Box 60: 9

National Academy of Sciences: Biographical Supporting Material, 1986

Box 60: 10

NAS, 1984-Dec. 5, 1985

Box 61: 1

NSF PHYS. ADV. BOARD, 1984-Sept. 13, 1985

Box 61: 2

P, Dec. 19, 1984-Mar. 26, 1986

Box 61: 3

Physical Review Evaluations, July 27-Sept. 13, 1984

Box 61: 4

Physics, Department of, Nov. 15, 1984-May 5, 1986

Box 61: 5

Free Electron Laser, Aug. 21-Sept. 1985

Box 61: 6

Condensed Matter Seminar, Oct. 18-Dec. 6, 1984

Box 61: 7

Qian Guo-Xin Graduate Student (Kohn), Oct. 1981

Box 61: 8

R, Dec. 6, 1984-Aug. 12, 1985

Box 61: 9

Referees Reports, June 24, 1985-Feb. 18, 1986

Box 61: 10

S, Dec. 11, 1984-Mar. 11, 1986

Box 61: 11

Satellite Conference Correspondence, 1986

Box 61: 12

SISA, Nov. 16, 1984

Box 61: 13

Soviet Scientists, 1985

Box 61: 14

W, Dec. 10, 1984-Mar. 19, 1986

 

General Files, 1987-1992

Box 62: 1

Grant application, Peale, 1975-1986

Box 62: 2

Referees Reports, 1987-1990

Box 62: 3

Physics Admissions (Graduate), 1989-1990

Box 62: 4

Committee on the University & the Community W. Kohn, 1988-1989

Box 62: 5

Chancellor Huttenback Confidential (public newsletter), 1988-1989

Box 62: 6

Faculty Exchange Program (Russia) W. Kohn, 1988

Box 62: 7

Harvard Graduate Society, 1989

Box 62: 8

Institute of Peace Journal, 1989

Box 62: 9

IGCC Search Committee (Re: Position IGCC Director), 1989

Box 63: 1

Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1988-1989

Box 63: 2

Khalatnikov Correspondence, 1988-1990

Box 63: 3

Quest W. Kohn, 1988-1989

Box 63: 4

Abdus Salam (Correspondence Concerning), 1987

Box 63: 5

USSR, DIR Medical Supplies, 1992

Box 63: 6

St. Petersburg Project, 1992

Box 63: 7

St. Petersburg University & Herzen Pedagogical University (W.K.), 1991-1992

Box 63: 8

St. Petersburg, 1991-1992

Box 63: 9

Meeting at DRI, Apr. 30, 1992

Box 63: 10

Gorbachev, May 1992

Box 63: 11

St. Petersburg, Mar. 4, 1992

Box 64: 1

St. Petersburg, Mar. 12, 1992

Box 64: 2

St. Petersburg, Bills Etc., 1992

Box 64: 3

St. Petersburg – Volunteer

Box 64: 4

St. Petersburg Party

Box 64: 5

St. Petersburg mtg, Feb. 27, 1992

Box 64: 6

St. Petersburg mtg, Mar. 31, 1992

Box 64: 7

St. Petersburg Spares, 1992

Box 64: 8

DRI Funds – mail, 1992

Box 64: 9

Party St. Petersburg, 1992

Box 64: 10

DRI (1), 1992

Box 64: 11

DRI (2), 1992

 

Trip Files

 

1984-1986

Box 65: 1

Travel Itinerary (NSF Trips), 1985-1998

Box 65: 2

Miscellaneous Travel, 1988-1996

Box 65: 3

China Trip, Sept. 29-Nov. 5, 1983

Box 65: 4

Peking (Beijing) University, Oct. 2-15, 1983

Box 65: 5

Fudan University, Oct. 24-Nov. 11, 1983

Box 65: 6

Miscellaneous Travel, 1984

Box 66: 1

Asilomar Conference, Nov. 14-16, 1984

Box 66: 2

Texas A&M, Mar. 20, 1985

Box 66: 3

APS Meeting, Baltimore, Mar. 25-29, 1985

Box 66: 4

NSF Meeting, May 9-10, 1985

Box 66: 5

Stanford Sychrotron

Box 66: 6

Trieste, Italy, Summer 1985

Box 66: 7

Oak Ridge Lab, Aug. 12-14, 1985

Box 66: 8

UCSD Physics Celebration, Sept. 6-8, 1985

Box 66: 9

Lausanne, Switzerland, Nov. 14-18, 1985

Box 66: 10

Zurich, Switzerland, Nov. 18-Dec. 18, 1985

Box 66: 11

Neils Bohr Centenary, Nov. 7, 1985

Box 66: 12

Hans Bethe – Personal, Jan. 29, 1986

Box 66: 13

IGCC (Berkeley), Mar. 27-28, 1986

Box 67: 1

Theodore Holstein Symposium, UCLA, Mar. 28-29, 1986

Box 67: 2

APS Meeting, Mar. 30-Apr. 2, 1986

Box 67: 3

Steering Material Science and Engineering, Apr. 15-16, 1986

Box 67: 4

IGCC Steering Committee (UCSD), Apr. 18-19, 1986

Box 67: 5

Elise Boulding (Invited Speaker), Apr. 22-23, 1986

Box 67: 6

Johns Hopkins University, May 7, 1986

Box 67: 7

NSF Meeting, Washington D.C., May 8, 1986

Box 67: 8

Queens University, May 31, 1986

Box 67: 9

Summer Trip, Trieste, Italy, 1986

Box 68: 1

SSRL Science Policy Board, June 9-10, 1986

Box 68: 2

University of Michigan, pt.1, June 11, 1986

Box 68: 3

University of Michigan, pt.2, June 11, 1986

Box 68: 4

Italy, Institute for Theoretical Physics, June 15-July 15, 1986

Box 68: 5

U.C. Santa Cruz, Strongly Coupled Plasmas, Aug. 4-9, 1986

Box 68: 6

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oct. 1-3, 1986

Box 68: 7

NSF Meeting, Oct. 23-24, 1986

Box 69: 1

NAS relations with USSR and Eastern Europe, Nov. 23-24, 1986

Box 69: 2

Materials, Science, Engineering, Dec. 3, 1986

Box 69: 3

Miscellaneous Travel, Dec. 1986-Feb. 1987

Box 69: 4

MSE Steering Committee, Jan. 22-23, 1987

Box 69: 5

COMSE/MSE – National Academy of Sciences, Feb. 19-20, 1987

Box 69: 6

American Physical Society, Mar. 16-20, 1987

Box 69: 7

Rice University, Mar. 23-25, 1987

Box 69: 8

IGCC at UCLA, Mar. 26-28, 1987

Box 69: 9

University of Michigan, Apr. 9-10, 1987

Box 69: 10

IGCC Steering Committee, Apr. 23-25, 1987

Box 69: 11

DOE, Academic Senate, Apr. 24-25, 1987

 

1987-1989

Box 70: 1

National Academy of Sciences, Apr. 25-28, 1987

Box 70: 2

NSF Meeting, Physics Advisory Committee, May 3-4, 1987

Box 70: 3

Stanford Syncrotron, May 22-23, 1987

Box 70: 4

Toronto, June 15-17, 1987

Box 70: 5

DOE Meeting at UCLA, July 14, 1987

Box 70: 6

DOE Advisory Meeting, Oct. 28, 1987

Box 70: 7

University of Toronto, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1987

Box 70: 8

IGCC Steering Committee Meeting, Oct. 8-10, 1987

Box 70: 9

Ames Lab Materials, Iowa, Oct. 22-23, 1987

Box 70: 10

DOE Advisory Committee, San Francisco, Aug. 26, 1987

Box 70: 11

Magnetism of Surfaces, Anaheim, Oct. 29-31, 1987

Box 70: 12

Kundan Singwi, Northwestern University, Chicago, Nov. 3-5, 1987

Box 70: 13

Second International Peace Week of Scientists, Nov. 9-15, 1987

Box 70: 14

Solvay Conference, University of Texas, Dec. 14-18, 1987

Box 70: 15

Tel Aviv University, 1987-1988

Box 70: 16

DOE Academic Senate, Holiday Inn San Francisco, Jan. 20, 1988

Box 70: 17

USSR / Eastern Europe Committee, Feb. 17, 1988

Box 70: 18

DOE Academic Senate, Los Angeles, Feb. 24-Mar. 18, 1988

Box 71: 1

Materials Science and Engineering Steering Committee, Feb. 25-26, 1988

Box 71: 2

APS, New Orleans, Mar. 1988

Box 71: 3

SANDIA, 1988

Box 71: 4

Julian Schwinger, UCLA, Mar. 12, 1988

Box 71: 5

DOE Academic Senate, Mar. 15-16, 1988

Box 71: 6

DOE, LAX, Apr. 13, 1988

Box 71: 7

Oak Ridge Advisory Committee, Apr. 20-22, 1988

Box 71: 8

Stanford Syncrotron, Apr. 27-29, 1988

Box 71: 9

International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, May 2-13, 1988

Box 71: 10

Theory of Atom – Surface Collisions, Trieste, May 1988

Box 71: 11

Zurich, Switzerland, May 23-July 16, 1988

Box 71: 12

Stuttgart/Wurzburg, May 27-June 3, 1988

Box 71: 13

Tel Aviv Univesity, Board of Governors – Member, May 29-June 3, 1988

Box 71: 14

Interview, Oakland, Aug. 3, 1988

Box 71: 15

Education Abroad, USSR, Aug-Sept. 1988

Box 72: 1

Lenningrad USSR, Aug. 13-27, 1988

Box 72: 2

DOE, Los Angeles, Sept. 28, 1988

Box 72: 3

Committee on the University and the Community, Sept. 26, 1988

Box 72: 4

Peacewalk, Oct. 8, 1988

Box 72: 5

DOE Committee Meeting, S.F., Oct. 12, 1988

Box 72: 6

University of Michigan, Oct. 17-18, 1988

Box 72: 7

U. Mich. Papers, Records, and Course Materials, pt.2, 1987-1988

Box 72: 8

U.Mich. Papers, Records, and Course Materials, pt.1, 1987-1988

Box 72: 9

Overview – Nuclear Physics Research, U of Michigan, Oct. 1988

Box 73: 1

Iowa State University, Oct. 27-28, 1988

Box 73: 2

Iowa State University, Ames, Oct. 27-28, 1988

Box 73: 3

Materials Science and Engineering, Nov. 2, 1988

Box 73: 4

DOE Meeting, Nov. 9, 1988

Box 73: 5

Tel Aviv, Nov-Dec. 1988

Box 73: 6

Tel Aviv, Israel, Nov. 12-Dec. 15, 1988

Box 74: 1

IBM (Yorktown Heights), Dec. 13-20, 1988

Box 74: 2

DOE Israel, Dec. 14-15, 1988

Box 74: 3

Bonding Conference, Santa Barbara, CA, Jan. 16-18, 1989

Box 74: 4

DOE, Los Alamos, Jan. 19-22, 1989

Box 74: 5

NAS Irvine, CA, Feb. 3, 1989

Box 74: 6

DOE S.F. Airport, Feb. 15, 1989

Box 74: 7

Trickey, U. Florida Sanibel Symposium

Box 74: 8

UCSF NAS Meeting, Feb. 21, 1989

Box 74: 9

Soviet/E. Europe J. Swingle, Feb. 26, 1989-Feb. 27, 1990

Box 74: 10

UCD/IGCC Conference on Science and Technology in Global Conflict & Cooperation, Mar. 3-4, 1989

Box 74: 11

DOE Meeting, LAX, Mar. 15, 1989

Box 74: 12

APS, Mar. 20-23, 1989

Box 74: 13

Sanibel Symposia, Mar. 31-Apr. 8, 1989

Box 74: 14

DOE Academic Senate Meeting Holiday Inn, SF, Apr. 11-12, 1989

Box 74: 15

National Academy of Sciences, Apr. 23-26, 1989

Box 74: 16

Panel for Sociology 10, Apr. 26, 1989

 

1989-1991

Box 75: 1

IGCC Steering Committee, Apr. 28-29, 1989

Box 75: 2

Oakridge National Lab, Apr. 30-May 1, 1989

Box 75: 3

National Medal of Science Recognition, UCSB, May 2, 1989

Box 75: 4

Stanford University, May 4-5, 1989

Box 75: 5

DOE / Academic Senate Meeting, May 9-10, 1989

Box 75: 6

Tel Aviv University – Annual Meeting Board of Governors, May 26-June 2, 1989

Box 75: 7

DOE Meeting LAX Hilton, June 12-14, 1989

Box 75: 8

DOE Committee Meeting, July 13-14, 1989

Box 75: 9

Priya Vashista, Solid State Sci. Div., Argonne Naitonal Lab, June 14-16, 1989

Box 76: 1

Europe, July 28-Aug. 12, 1989

Box 76: 2

Gordon Conference, Aug. 7-11, 1989

Box 76: 3

Mahito Kohmoto – Visiting Researcher, Aug. 14-18, 1989

Box 76: 4

DOE Meeting LAX Hilton, Aug. 23-24, 1989

Box 76: 5

Strongly Coupled Plasma Physics, Univ. of Tokyo, Aug. 28-Sept. 6, 1989

Box 76: 6

Victor Fleurov visit, Sept. 11-19, 1989

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DOE Meeting Oakland, Sept. 20-21, 1989

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Pisa, Italy Trip, 1989

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Oakridge Lab (Solid State Review), Oct. 2-4, 1989

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DOE LA, Oct. 11, 1989

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Harvard Graduate Society, Oct. 20, 1989

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Peace Resource Center, Oct. 21, 1989

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Ames Iowa State – Review Program, Oct. 26-27, 1989

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Oakridge National Laboratory, Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 1989

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CAL TECH, Nov. 9, 1989

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Board Physics & Astron. Washington D.C., Nov. 13-14, 1989

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Simon Fraser University, Dec. 4-7, 1989

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University of Minnesota, 1989-1990

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Hubner, W. (Dr.) Visitor, UCSB, Physics, 1990

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Kaufman, 1990

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Khalatnikov Visit UCSB, 1990

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Academic Senate Town Meeting (Irvine), Jan. 25, 1990

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W. Hanke Univ. of Wurtzberg Visitor, Feb. 1-Apr. 30, 1990

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Harvard Dept. Physics, pt.1, Feb. 26-27, 1990

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Harvard Dept. Physics, pt.2, Feb. 26-27, 1990

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Nuclear Peace, Mar. 1, 1990

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DOE Jendresen vote, Mar. 5, 1990

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Anaheim, CA APS Meeting, Mar. 1990

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NAS Soviet & Eastern European Affairs Council, Mar. 25-26, 1990

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USSR & Eastern Europe, C. Turczak, Mar. 25-26, 1990

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General Conf. C-M Portugal, Univ. Lisbon, Apr. 9-12, 1990

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IGCC, Apr. 25-26, 1990

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NAS Board of Physics & Astronomy, Apr. 25-26, 1990

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Stanford Synchrotron, May 4-5, 1990

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Kyoto University Spring, May 16-28, 1990

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Siegmann, Hans-Christoph. Visitor, UCSB, Physics

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6th IFC Symposium Kyoto, Japan, May 17-28, 1990

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Regents Meeting UCSD, June 15, 1990

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Cargese (Corsica) NATO Study Institute, June 19-29, 1990

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NSF GUI Meeting, June 26, 1990

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Third International Conference on the Structure of Surfaces (U. of WI), July 9-12, 1990

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Bad Hommef, Germany, July 23, 1990

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Weger, Meir. Visit, July 30-Aug. 3, 1990

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American Conf. Theoretical Chem., July-Aug. 1990

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Sacramento, Capitol – Panel: DOE Weapons Labs, Aug. 8, 1990

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Turkish Physical Society Bodrum (Iona); ICTP, Trieste, Aug-Oct. 1990

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Sabbatical pt.1 (Paris), Aug. 28-Nov. 20, 1990

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Sabbatical pt.2 (Paris), Aug. 28-Nov. 20, 1990

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Nat. Res. Council B.D. Phys. Astronomy IGCC (SD), Nov. 28, 1990

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Chemische-Physikalische Gesellschaft Lecture, Vienna, 1991

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Univ. de Sao Paulo 5 lectures, pt.1, Jan. 28-Feb. 8, 1991

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Univ. de Sao Paulo 5 lectures, pt.2, Jan. 28-Feb. 8, 1991

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5th Brazilian School on Semiconductor Physics, Jan. 28-Feb. 8, 1991

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IGCC – Oakland, CA, Feb. 15, 1991

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APS March Meeting Cincinnati, OH, Mar. 18-21, 1991

 

1991-1995

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IGCC, Apr. 26, 1991

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Board of Physics and Astronomy, Apr. 28, 1991

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National Academy of Sciences, Apr. 29-30, 1991

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University of Michigan, May 1, 1991

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University of Texas, Colloquium, May 8, 1991

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University of Pennsylvania, May 10, 1991

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UCSD, May 31, 1991

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Paris (ENS), June 30-Aug. 11, 1991

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Quantum Chemistry, Menton, France, July 2-5, 1991

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Les Houches, Summer, July 29-Aug. 30, 1991

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Les Houches, MS, July 29-Aug. 30, 1991

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Les Houches, Lectures, Seminars, July 29-Aug. 30, 1991

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B. Doucot, Les Houches, Grenoble, France, July 29-Aug. 30, 1991

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Workshop on Physics of Nanostructures, Ottawa, Aug. 12-Sept. 13, 1991

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Positrons, Hungary, Aug. 26-31, 1991

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Brandeis University, Nov. 12, 1991

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Brandeis, Sherbrooke University, Nov. 14, 1991

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NSF Industry – University Symposium (Postponed), Dec. 1991

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University of Michigan, Dec. 4-7, 1991

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After the Cold War Conference, UCI, Jan. 10-11, 1992

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Cornell University, Feb. 4-6, 1992

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IGCC, Mar. 5-6, 1992

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APS, Indianapolis, Mar. 14-18, 1992

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Brown University, Apr-May 1992

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IGCC (Proliferation), Apr. 10-11, 1992

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IGCC Steering Committee, Apr. 23-26, 1992

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NAS Board of Physics and Astronomy, Apr. 25-26, 1992

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Tel Aviv & P.R., May 1-June 30, 1992

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University of Puerto Rico, June 1992

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Israel Puerto Rico pt.1, May 12-June 6, 1992

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Israel Puerto Rico pt.2, May 12-June 6, 1992

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Technion Israel Institute of Technology, May 28, 1992

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Tel Aviv, Governors, May 1992

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Oak Ridge Meeting, June 1992

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Brown, June 16, 1992

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Surfaces, UCI, June 22-24, 1992

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Aspen, July 6-20, 1992

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W.K. Board Phys. Astron., Oct. 30, 1992

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Lake Arrowhead Conference Center, Nov. 6-8, 1992

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IGCC: Managing Nuclear Weapons in a Changing World, Nov. 17-18, 1992

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NAS Irvine Meeting W.K., Feb. 5, 1993

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Les Houches, Feb. 11-24, 1993

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Centre De Physique Des Houches, Feb. 16-25, 1993

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APS Meeting, Mar. 22-26, 1993

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Zurich / Harvard Spring, Apr-June 1993

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Zurich, Switzerland W. Kohn [1], Apr. 1-July 2, 1993

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Zurich, Switzerland W. Kohn [2], Apr. 1-July 2, 1993

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Zurich (rental), 1990-1993

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Zurich Correspondence, 1993

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Harvard Visiting Committee W. Kohn, Apr. 28-29, 1993

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Harvard, Apr. 1993

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Vienna, June 19-23, 1993

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Budapest, June 24-25, 1993

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Germany Wurzberg & Frankfurt, June 24-25, 1993

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Adriatico Research Conferences, July 6-9, 1993

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Mishkenot Sha'ananim Menoirs W. Kohn, Aug. 1993

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Europe, Aug. 13-Sept. 18, 1993

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Car Rental Europe, 1993

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International Conf., Structure of Surfaces, Shanghai, Aug. 16-19, 1993

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Int'l Conf., Physics Phenomena, Highly Corrolated Electron Systems UCSD, Aug. 16-19, 1993

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NATO School W.Kohn / EKU Gross, Aug. 16-22, 1993

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Strong Magnetic Fields Orsay, France, Aug. 30-31, 1993

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Como Italy, Sept. 13-16, 1993

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5th Int. Conf. App. DFT in Chem & Phys. Como, Italy, Sept. 13-16, 1993

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Duplantier, Aug-Sept. 1993

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DOE Meeting, Science Strategic Planning Workshop, Oct. 12-15, 1993

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Lake Arrowhead, Nov. 19-21, 1993

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Briefing Session NIST, Jan. 24, 1994

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NAS Meeting, Irvine, Jan. 25, 1994

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NIST Subpanel Reactor Radiation Division, Mar. 14-15, 1994

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NIST Information, 1994

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ITP Dedication, Mar. 18-19, 1994

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APS, March Meeting Pittsburgh, PA, Mar. 21-25, 1994

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NAS – 131st meeting, Apr. 23-27, 1994

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External Review Co., Texas A&M Univ. Physics, 1994

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UCB, Academic Senate No Charge, May 12, 1994

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Tel Aviv Annual meeting, May 20-27, 1994

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Cracow, DFT Meeting Poland, June 13-16, 1994

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ITP "Computations Condensed Matter," June 20-24, 1994

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DFT Summer, 1993-1994

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ITP – Symposium on Quantum Many-Body, June 19-24, 1994

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DFT/ITP Reprints, July 5-29, 1994

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DFT/ITP Reports, July 5-29, 1994

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UCB, Shallow Level Centers in Semiconductor, Aug. 9-11, 1994

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CECAM Workshop Lyon, France, Aug. 16-26, 1994

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Austria W.K., Aug. 22-27, 1994

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Texas A&M Review, Sept. 19, 1994

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Drexel Univ. Schwinger, Sept. 9-11, 1994

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Schwinger, UCLA, Oct. 22, 1994

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Switzerland ETH, Nov. 13, 1994

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Lake Arrowhead C-M Theory Retreat, Nov. 4-6, 1994

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India pt.1, 1994-1995

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India pt.2, 1994-1995

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India pt.3, 1994-1995

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India pt.4, Dec. 1994

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India New Form, 1994

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NAS Meeting: Irvine (W. Kohn), Feb. 3, 1995

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National Academy of Public Admin, visit of QUEST, Feb. 6-7, 1995

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NIST pt. 1, Feb. 8-9, 1995

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NIST pt.2, Feb. 8-9, 1995

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IBM, San Jose, Mar. 20, 1995

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Conyers Herring Dinner/Reception Fairmont Hotel, Mar. 21, 1995

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Neutrons APS, Mar. 24-25, 1995

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Nanostructures, Mar. 27-28, 1995

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One-Dimensional Metals Workshop, UCLA, Mar. 27, 1995

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Eastcoast Trip, Apr. 1, 1995

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ACS Anaheim, Apr. 2-7, 1995

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CIFS Washington DC, Apr. 16, 1995

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Duke University, Apr. 11-12, 1995

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Purdue University, Apr. 13-14, 1995

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APS CIFS – Washington DC, Apr. 16, 1995

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American Philosophical Society, Apr. 20-25, 1995

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National Academy of Science (Washington, DC), Apr. 22-26, 1995

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UCD, May 15, 1995

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Hiroshima, 50 years, May 1995

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Board of Governors Meeting, Tel Aviv University, May 19-26, 1995

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Travel Documents, Europe, June-July 1995

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Vosko, Quebec, June 14-16, 1995

 

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CECAM, Lyon France, June 28-30, 1995

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Euro Conference, Como, Italy, July 3-28, 1995

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CECAM (Linear Scaling), Lyon France, July 5-7, 1995

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Como, Italy, July 8-17, 1995

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University Wurzburg, July 20, 1995

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Contemporary Concepts in C-M Physics, Goteborg, Aug. 18-22, 1995

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DFT Conference, Paris, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 1995

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ETH, Sept-Oct. 1995

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Paris (Savin), Sept. 1995

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ETH, Zurich, Sept. 1995

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Vienna, Sept. 1995

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Lausanne, EPF, Nov. 1-17, 1995

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Weizmann Institute, Nov. 8-11, 1995

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UCLA Physics Colloquium, Nov. 30, 1995

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UC Wide Academic Senate, Dec. 5, 1995

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Pisa, Italy, Dec. 14-16, 1995

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Aronov Memorial Symposium, Israel, Jan. 8-12, 1996

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NIST Reactor Radiation Workshop, Georgetown Univ., Feb. 20-21, 1996

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Academic Legislature, College of Engineering, Review, Feb. 29-Mar. 1, 1996

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UCSC, Mar. 1996

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CIFS, Mar. 17-19, 1996

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APS March Meeting, St. Louis, MO, Mar. 18-22, 1996

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ICTCPII New Orleans, APS, Mar-Apr. 9, 1996

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23rd ICPS, Berlin, July 21-26, 1996

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Miscellaneous Travel, 1996-1997

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Vienna, Apr. 15-May 4, 1996

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Pisa, Italy, Apr. 15-May 5, 1996

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Sweden, RAO, June 1996

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Stockholm, Sweden, June 1-11, 1996

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International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science, July 6-7, 1996

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WATOC '96 Conference, Jerusalem, July 7-12, 1996

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Shallow Level Centers, Amsterdam, July 17-19, 1996

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Australia pt.1, July 14-28, 1996

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Australia pt.2, July 14-28, 1996

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General, Sept. 4-21, 1996

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Lyon, Paris, Berlin, Sept. 1996

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CECAM Workshop, Sept. 9-13, 1996

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Berlin, Sept. 15-17, 1996

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Stuttgart, GMUEND, Aug-Nov. 1996

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CIFS (Washington D.C.), Cornell (Ithaca, NY), Sept. 28-Oct. 6, 1996

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Bethe Lectures, Trento, Italy, Sept. 28-Oct. 11, 1996

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Bethe Lectures, Sept. 28-Oct. 11, 1996

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CIFS Meeting, Washington D.C., Sept. 29, 1996

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Trento, Italy, Oct. 4-7, 1996

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Lake Arrowhead Conference, Nov. 8-10, 1996

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IGCC – UCD Conference, Nov. 21-23, 1996

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India, Dec. 9-14, 1996

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University of Witwaterstrand, Johanessburg, Jan. 1997

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Orlando / S.Africa / ITP Peierls, Jan. 15-Feb. 1, 1996

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Central Florida State Trip, Jan. 16-18, 1997

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University of Central Florida, Jan. 17, 1997

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Washington, Dulles, Mar. 1997

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NIST Subpanel Meeting pt.1, Gaithersburg, MD, Mar. 12-13, 1997

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NIST Subpanel Meeting pt.2, Gaithersburg, MD, Mar. 12-13, 1997

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APS March Meeting, Mar. 17-21, 1997

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APS March Meeting, Kansas City, Mar. 17-21, 1997

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Terezin, Apr-May 1997

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ACS Meeting, San Francisco, Apr. 13-17, 1997

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ACS/DFT Symposium, San Francisco, Apr. 14-17, 1997

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ITP, University of Michigan, Apr. 17-19, 1997

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Luttinger, Columbia University, Apr. 29, 1997

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International Board of Governors Meeting, Tel Aviv, May 16-23, 1997

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Duke University, Durham, NC, Symposium on DFT and Applications, June 3, 1997

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Symposium on DFT and Applications, Duke University, June 3-7, 1997

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9th International Congress of Quantum Chemistry, Emory University, June 8-9, 1997

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9th ICQC, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9-14, 1997

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Computational Modeling, Strasbourg, June 16-20, 1997

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Euroconferences: Total Energy Methods, Corfu, Greece, June 25-27, 1997

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O'Hare Hilton, July 1, 1997

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Boston College, 1997

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Lipari, Italy, Aug. 7-15, 1997

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ETH, Fall, Sept-Oct. 1997

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Munich, Germany, LMU, 1997

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Berlin, 1997

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DFT, Vienna, Sept. 2-6, 1997

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Wurzburg, FRG, 1997

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Tel Aviv, 1997

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Density Functional Theory, 1997

 

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C, pt.2, 1969-1983

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D, 1928-1952

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E, 1952-1958

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F, 1947-1957

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G, 1949-1959

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H, pt.1, 1951-1958

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H, pt.2, 1936-1956

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I, 1940-1952

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J, 1940-1954

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K, 1947-1957

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Kac Lectures, K, June 23-July 19, 1957

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L, 1948-1959

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M, 1949-1957

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O, 1954-1958

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P, 1953-1959

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Q, 1932-1958

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S, 1941-1957

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T, pt.1, 1937-1958

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T, pt.2, 1937-1958

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U, 1952-1958

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V, Oct. 1956

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W, 1945-1958

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X, 1937-1958

 

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

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