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Correspondence, Personal

Box 1

Advances in photochemistry, series.

Box 1

Aerojet-General Corporation.

Box 1

Annual review of physical chemistry, introductory chapter due 1964 December 31 for vol.16.

Box 1

W.A. Benjamin, Incorporated, book publishers.

Box 1

Berry, Daniel S.

Box 1

The Jacques Cattell Press, Incorporated.

Box 1

Civil defense in the Soviet Union, by Leon Goure.

Box 1

Educational nuclear laboratory equipment.

Box 1

Edwards Air Force Base.

box 1

Estrup, Dr. Peder J.

Box 1

Flamm, Eileen, post-doctoral.

Box 1

Fund foundation fellowship grant.

Box 1

“The importance of the physical sciences in the college curriculum,” article for Teachers college journal.

Box 1

John F. Kennedy Library.

Box 1

Marquardt Corporation.

Box 1

Meals for Millions.

Box 1

E.R. Moore Company of California, cap, gown, and hoods.

Box 1

Teller, Edward. “Peaceful uses of nuclear explosives,” to be published by John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.

Box 1

Rand Corporation, long-range forecasting study.

Box 1

Radiocarbon dating, third edition.

Box 1

Smithsonian Institution.

Box 1

Tracerlab, Incorporated.

Box 1

Transistronics, Incorporated.

Box 1

Union Oil.

 

University Departments and Committees

Box 1

Advisory Board on Federal Policy.

Box 1

Advisory Committee, Space Science and Technology statewide, lecture series.

Box 1

Department of Visual Communication.

Box 1

International Security Studies program.

Box 1

Maxwell, Joyce Lee Bennett.

Box 1

Modern Engineering for Engineering, Executives - faculty advisory committee.

Box 1

National Security Studies program.

Box 1

Open house, 1962.

Box 1

Phi Beta Kappa nominations, 1962.

Box 1

Staff bus route.

Box 2

Subcommittee on Disaster Preparedness, Committee Environmental Health & Safety.

Box 2

Universities Council on Hydrology.

Box 2

Weekly visitor listing.

Box 2

Western Data Processing Center.

Box 2

Institute of Geophysics - committee on appointments.

Box 2

Application for individual research grants.

Box 2

Geophysics Laboratory.

Box 2

Submission to ARPA.

Box 3

Fergusson appointment - Isotope lab.

Box 3

Proposal to establish a materials institute (4th revision) - work file.

Box 3

A Materials Institute at UCLA.

Box 3

Proposal to establish a Materials Institute (3rd revision) - work file.

Box 3

Materials Institute (2nd revision) - work file.

Box 3

Proposal to establish a Materials Institute - work file.

Box 3

Updating high school chemistry.

Box 3

Academy exchange with Russia.

Box 3

California State Employees Association.

Box 3

Insurance.

Box 4

Miscellaneous memos.

Box 4

Retirement fund - UCLA.

Box 4

SEC - 1st National Account - bills paid, 1959.

Box 4

Beckman Instruments, Incorporated, Scientific and Process Instruments Division.

Box 4

Keuffel and Esser Company (K and E).

Box 4

“Theory of polymer cross linkage, induced by ionizing radiation” 1959 October 19 and 26, December 1.

Box 4

Chemistry of positive ions. I. “General theory and its application to the radiation induced cross-linkage of polymers” 1960 January 28.

Box 4

“Stratospheric mixing from radioactive fallout” (Palmer and Libby).

Box 5

“Why plastic ballistic missile nose cones work” 1960 March 29.

Box 5

“The importance of optical transparency to ballistic missile nose cones” 1960 June 1.

Box 5

“Optical transparency and resistance to flash heating” 1960 June 14.

Box 5

“Size effects among isotope molecules” (Joy and Libby) 1960 June 12.

Box 5

Master copies - scientific papers 1-3.

Box 5

Master copy (stencil), paper 4.

Box 5

Paper 5, stencil, “Chemistry of positive ions.”

 

Atomic Energy Commission

Box 5

Mailing addresses.

Box 5

Request and authorization for official travel.

Box 5

Personal service contract.

Box 5

The Commission.

Box 5

Correspondence, 1961-1963.

Box 5

GAC - correspondence, 1962 January-July.

Box 5

GAC - mailing addresses.

Box 5

AF - General Assistants report, 1961.

Box 6

AF - proposal information.

Box 6

AF - technical report on Chemical effects of radiation.

Box 6

Operating report, “Chemical effects of radiation” 1962 May 10.

Box 6

DOD - letter of consent.

Box 6

Accomplishments at Chicago under AFOSR sponsorship.

Box 6

Proposal for Space Science Building at UCLA ($2,000,000 NASA grant).

Box 6

Application to Research Committee for National Science Foundation funds (given to Geophysics (1966 October), and not returned, given to Ellie in Space Off. 1962-1963.

Box 6

OCDM - consultant.

Box 6

Expenses occurred (Libby).

Box 6

Advisory Council of the Association for the Advancement of Biomedical Education, 11.

Box 6

Advisory Committee on E.O. Lawrence memorial.

Box 6

Advisory Council on Atomic Energy Development and Radiation Protection.

Box 7

Advisory Council of the Association for the Advancement of Biomedical Education 1.

Box 7

Advisory Council on College Chemistry.

Box 7

AEC Nuclear Science and Engineering Fellowship program.

Box 7

American Academy of Advancement, National Selection Panel for Chemistry.

Box 7

Committee for Consideration of the Chemistry Exhibits for the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.

Box 7

County of Los Angeles Atomic Energy Development and Radiation Protection.

 

Committees and Organization Bibliography, Biography, and Photograph

Box 7

Critical Issues Council of the Republican Citizens Committee of the United States - Task Force on Population, Energy and Water.

Box 8

Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, American Meteorological Society.

Box 8

National Conference on the Administration of Research, 1962-1963.

Box 8

National Science Foundation's General Commission on Science, the Federal Government, and the Academic Institution.

Box 8

Editorial Board National Academy of Sciences proceedings.

Box 8

1963 Rockefeller Public Service Awards nominations.

Box 8

Space vehicle engineering.

Box 8

Washing Academy of Sciences.

Box 8

Willard Gibbs Medal award.

 

Recommendations

Box 8

Chemistry 110A, 110G. Fall semester, 1960.

Box 8

Chemistry 110A - Physical chemistry, Fall 1960.

Box 8

Chemistry 198 (1 unit) Dr. Howard Reiss, March 13 through May 22, Tuesday, 4:00 p.m. Chem 2018, Chemistry of semiconductors.

 

Speeches

Box 8

Atomic power tables 2-4 - 25th annual report of the AEC (pp.45-47), 1959 January.

Box 8

Statement - Before the State Disaster Board of the State of California.

Box 9

State of Dr. W.F. Libby - City Council Civil Defense and Military Affairs Committee, City of Los Angeles, public hearing.

Box 9

“Developments in the peacetime uses of atomic energy” - Chemistry teacher's conference, Asilomar.

Box 9

“Fallout defense” - Women's Conference on Civil Defense, 1960 March 22.

Box 9

“Atomic energy and space (peacetime uses of)” - Space Lecture Series. UCLA, 1960 May 11.

Box 9

“Survival through education” - Commencement address. San Fernando State College, 1961 June 8.

Box 9

“Atomic armaments” - Robert A. Welch Foundation Conference on Molecular Structure in Biochemical Reactions. Houston, Texas, 1961 December 5.

Box 9

“Long range effects of radiation” - Annual Civil Defense Council Conference, 1961 October 17.

Box 9

“Tomorrow in science” - Founder's Day of Medical College of Virginia, 1961 December 4.

Box 9

Radioactive Fallout Conference on Nuclear Energy, Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russellville 1963 Feb 13.

Box 9

“Fallout defense” - American Nuclear Society. Boston, Massachusetts, 1962 June 19.

Box 9

“Radioactive isotopes and their uses” - Kennecott Lecture, University of Arizona. Tucson, 1963 March 14.

 

Papers

Box 9

Artificial metals, InSb, the Sn alloys with InSb and metallic InTe.

Box 9

Fallout shelter letter.

Box 9

“High pressure chemistry” (abstract).

Box 10

High Pressure Chemistry 1: “How materials are made by compression.”

Box 10

Intense 584 A light from a simple continuous helium plasma.

Box 10

Popular abstract of Tritium geophysics.

Box 10

Pressure conversion of diamond to metal.

Box 10

Metallic diamond, pressure produced metals.

Box 10

Radiation chemistry of n-Hexane.

Box 10

Radiocarbon dating of bone and shell utilizing their organic components.

Box 10

Superconductivity in the artificial metals: metallic indium antimonide, the indium antimonide-tin alloys, and metallic indium telluride.

 

Reports, Articles, Contracts, Articles by Others

Box 10

Official report of the U.S. delegation to International Conference on Radioisotopes in Scientific Research. Paris, 1957.

Box 10

“Current status for Sr-90 fallout,” 1958 June 15.

Box 10

Small world (CBS television broadcast) - Bertrand Russell, Dr. Homi, J. Bhabha, Dr. Libby 1958 October.

Box 10

“Distribution and effects of fallout.”

Box 10

“What are the dangers of radioactive fallout,” etc. - Northwestern University news (p.8), 1965 April.

Box 10

“Radiocarbon dating” - Annals of Internal Medicine (vol.59 no.4), 1963 October.

Box 10

Proceedings - Radioactive Fallout Nuclear Energy Conference, 1963 February 11-13.

Box 11

Sensitive radiation - Contract 1, AF detection techniques 33(038)-6492, 1950 June.

Box 11

Natural tritium assay etc. - Contract 2. AF 33(038)-18013, 1952 December.

Box 11

Tritium production by high energy protons (Currie and Libby and Wolfgang) - Contract 5. AF 18(600)-664.

Box 11

Tritium assays of natural water measure in 1956-1957 (Begemann and Turkevich) - Contract 6. AF 18(600)-564 1957 December.

Box 11

Pitzer: heats of ionization of water etc. Journal American Chemical Society (59), 1937.

Box 11

Weinberg: “Power reactors.” Scientific American (no.6), 1954.

Box 11

Martell: “The Chicago sunshine method.” AEC contract AT(11-1)-281 1956 May.

Box 11

Kulp, Eckelmann, Schulert: “Strontium-90 in man.” Science (125, 3241, 219-225), 1957.

 

Speeches, Atomic Energy Commission

Box 12

Comments by WFL re “Radiation hazards of explosions of pure hydrogen and ordinary atomic bombs,” by O.I. Leipunksy.

Box 12

“Commentary on Mr. Murray's power acceleration plan” - Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy hearings.

Box 12

Television, radio and press interviews, 1957-1959.

Box 12

Off-the-cuff speeches.

Box 12

“Our future and the atom” - Commencement address, Carnegie Institute of Technology. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1959 June 9.

Box 12

“Chemonuclear reactors” - Brookhaven National Laboratory. Upton, Long Island, New York 1959 May 21.

Box 12

“Isotope development and patent policy” - Conference on Patents, Copyright and Trademarks. Washington, D.C., 1959 May 19.

Box 12

“Ways of reducing world-wide or off-site fallout from testing at given level” - Statement before the JCAE Hearings on a Fallout from Nuclear Weapons Tests, 1959 May 8.

Box 12

“Stratospheric fallout particularly from the Russian October series” - Statement before the JCAE Hearings on Fallout from Nuclear Weapons Tests, 1959 May 5.

Box 12

“Radiocarbon dating” - Upon receipt of Joseph Priestly Award, Dickinson College. Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1959 March 19.

Box 12

“Radioactive fallout” - University of Washington. Seattle, Washington, 1959 March 13.

Box 12

“The atom and the life sciences” - Society of the Sigma Xi, Purdue Chapter. Lafayette, Indiana, 1959 March 9.

Box 12

“Nuclear energy” - 1959 Forum on Natural Resources. Resources for the Future, Incorporated. Washington, D.C., 1959 March 5.

Box 12

“The atom and our future” - Federation of Engineering Societies, Drexel Institute. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1959 February 20.

Box 12

“Our atomic density” - Commencement exercises, the Pennsylvania State University. University Park, Pennsylvania, 1959 January 25.

Box 13

The peaceful atom and the chemical industry - Manufacturing Chemists Association, Incorporated. New York, New York, 1958 November 25.

 

Speeches, Atomic Energy Commission

Box 13

“Oak Ridge and the peaceful atom” - Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce. Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1958 November 13.

Box 13

“Radioactive fallout and medicine” - American Medical Association symposium. Madison, Wisconsin, 1958 October 16.

Box 13

Session 5b - Progress in use of isotope - the atomic triad - “reactors, radioisotopes and radiation” - International Conference. Geneva, Switzerland, 1958 September 3.

Box 13

“The AEC research program and the peaceful uses of nuclear energy” - Delivery before colloquium at the California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, California, 1958 May 26.

Box 13

“Chemistry and the atomic nucleus” - Receipt of the Willard Biggs Medal award, Chicago section, American Chemical Society. Chicago, Illinois, 1958 May 23.

Box 13

“Carbon-14 from bomb tests” - For delivery before the Washington chapter, Federation of American Scientists. Washington, D.C., 1958 May 1.

Box 13

“Radioactive fallout and nuclear test suspension” - Amherst College. Amherst, Massachusetts, 1958 April 30.

Box 13

“The atom in our foreign policy” - World Affairs Council of Northern California conference on International Atom. Asilomar, California, 1958 April 19.

Box 13

“Our atomic future” - Failing Distinguished Lecture series, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 1958 January 15.

Box 13

“Natural and synthetic tritium in hydrology meteorology, and geophysics” - Seminar on Tritium Hydrology. Johns Hopkins, 1957 December 13.

Box 13

“Nuclear techniques in chemistry” - Robert A. Welch Foundation on Chemical Research. Houston, Texas, 1957 November 22.

 

Strategy and Weapons

Box 13

U.S. Army panel discussion. Washington, D.C., 1957 October 29.

 

Speeches, Atomic Energy Commission

Box 13

Elliot Cresson Medal, Franklin Institute. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1957 October 16.

Box 13

“Atomic energy in agriculture” - Cornell's New York State Agriculture Experiment Station. Geneva, New York, 1957 October 4.

Box 13

“The economic aspects of radioisotope utilization” - UNESCO conferences. Paris, France, 1957 September 17.

Box 13

International Conference on Radioisotopes in Scientific Research, Paris - Oslo - Bergen trip, 1957 September 7-21.

Box 13

“Administration attitude toward basic research” - 11th National Conference on Administration of Research. Washington, D.C., 1957 September 5.

Box 13

“Isotopes and out atomic future” - Dedication, Nuclear Division Plant. Hazelton, Pennsylvania, 1957 July 30.

Box 13

[???????] - European trip - Dr. Libby and Dr. Manov, 1957 June 28-July.

Box 14

“The Effects of Nuclear Weapons.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Civil Defense Group of NATO. Paris, France, 1957 July 12.
  • Chemistry Institute, University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1957 June 13.
Box 14

Statement - Before Special Subcommittee on Radiation, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 1957 June 5.

Box 14

“The military atom” - American Society of Military Engineers. Washington, D.C., 1957 May 21.

Box 14

“Isotopic projections” - Industrial Nuclear Technology Conference. Chicago, Illinois, 1957 May 15.

Box 14

“Peaceful uses of atomic energy” - Inter-American Symposium, Brookhaven, National Laboratory. Long Island, New York 1957 May 13.

Box 14

“AEC research policy and methods” - Virginia Academy of Sciences. Old Point Comfort, Virginia, 1957 May 10.

Box 14

“Isotopes in industry and medicine” - Robert A. Welch Foundation Memorial Lecture. Houston, Texas, 1957 May 3.

Box 14

“Radioactive fallout” - The American Physical Society. Washington, D.C., 1957 April 26.

Box 14

Letter to Dr. Albert Schweitzer, 1957 April 25.

Box 14

“Radioactive fallout from nuclear tests” - University of New Hampshire Distinguished Lecture series. Durham, New Hampshire, 1957 April 11.

Box 14

“The chemist and the peaceful uses of the atom” - American Chemical Society. Miami, Florida, 1957 April 10.

Box 14

“Isotopes in meteorology” - American Meteorological Society. Chicago, Illinois, 1957 March 20.

Box 14

“Atomic industry and mining” - National Western Mining Conference. Denver, Colorado, 1957 February 8.

Box 14

“The engineer and the atomic industry” - National Capitol Area Sec., American Society for Engineering Education. Washington, D.C., 1957 February 5.

Box 14

“Our atomic future” - Dedication of research reactor at NRL. Washington, D.C., 1957 January 15.

Box 14

“Current research findings on radioactive fallout ”- American Association for Advancement of Science. Washington, D.C., 1956 October 12.

Box 14

“Education and the peaceful atom” - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1956 September 7.

Box 14

“The role of the chemist in atomic energy” - California section, American Chemical Society. Berkeley, California, 1956 August 13.

Box 15

“What is our atomic future” - The American Forum, 1955 September 25.

Box 15

“What is our atomic future” [another delivery?] - The American Forum, 1956 June 17.

Box 15

“Peaceful uses of the atom” - Reed College. Portland, Oregon, 1956 June 10.

Box 15

“Medicine and atomic energy” - Medical College of Virginia. Richmond, Virginia, 1956 May 10.

Box 15

“Education and atomic energy” - Student Chapter of American Nuclear society, New York University. New York, New York, 1956 April 27.

Box 15

“Peaceful uses of atomic energy” - City College Chemistry Alumni Association. New York, New York, 1956 April 27.

Box 15

“Radioactive strontium fallout” - Annual general meeting of American Philosophical Society. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1956 April 20.

Box 15

“Radiochemistry” - 129th national meeting of American Chemical Society, Hotel Adolphus. Dallas, Texas.

Box 15

“Atomic power” - American Power Conference, Hotel Sherman. Chicago, Illinois, 1956 March 21.

Box 15

“The new science and engineering in the atomic age” - Symposium: Engineers and Scientist in Atomic Age, 1956 February 17.

Box 15

“Atomic Energy Commission's policy on the peaceful uses of the atom” - Military-Industrial conference, Palmer House. Chicago, Illinois, 1956 February 10.

Box 15

“The effects of atomic weapons and civilian defense” - Military Operations subcommittee, Government Operations committee. House of Representatives, 1956 January 31.

Box 15

“The radioactive fallout and radioactive strontium” - Northwestern and University. Evanston, Illinois, 1956 January 19.

Box 15

“The economic potential of radioisotopes in agriculture” - Conference on Radioactive Isotopes in Agriculture, Michigan State College. East Lansing, Michigan, 1956 January 13.

Box 15

“The peaceful uses of atomic energy” - Rice Institute Associates. Houston, Texas, 1955 November 30.

Box 15

“The radioactive fallout” - National Association of State Civil Defense Directors. Washington, D.C., 1955 November 3.

Box 15

“International Cooperation in atomic energy developments” - Geneva Conference, 1955 August 20.

Box 15

“Radiocarbon dating” - Geneva Conference, 1955 August 15.

Box 15

“Education and atomic energy” - National Education Association convention. Chicago, Illinois, 1955 July 7.

Box 15

“Peaceful uses of atomic energy” - 75th anniversary celebration, Marquette University. Madison, Wisconsin, 1955 June 21.

Box 15

Honorary degree. Wesleyan University, 1955 June 12.

Box 15

“Radioactive fallout” - Alumni reunion, University of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois, 1955 June 3.

Box 16

“Education and atomic energy” - Dedication of 1st university research reactor, North Carolina State College. Raleigh, North Carolina, 1955 May 23.

Box 16

“Tritium in nature.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Remsen Memorial Lecture. American Chemical Society, Maryland section, 1955 May 20.
  • University of Pittsburgh, Phi Lambda Upsilon. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1955 May 11.
Box 16

“Physical chemistry - tritium in nature” - 24th Joseph Henry lecture of the Philosophical Society of Washington, 1955 March 25.

Box 16

“Radiocarbon dating” - NRL (RESA) Thomas A. Edison Memorial lecture, 1955 February 11.

Box 16

“The role of the chemist in atomic power” - Symposium on High Temperature Fuel Processing. Argonne National Laboratory, 1955 January 20.

Box 16

“The Atomic energy Commission and national security” - Washington Conference of Mayors. Washington, D.C., 1954 December 2.

Box 16

“Scientific education” - Fall convocation of University of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois, 1954 December 17.

Box 16

“Everyday use of isotopes” - National Industrial Conference Board 3rd annual conference. New York, New York, 1954 October 14.

 

Speeches, 1959-1961

Box 16

Summer science institute, University of Denver. Sponsored by National Science Foundation, 1959 June.

Box 16

Nuclear Technology Survey. Berkeley, California, 1959 July.

Box 16

Town Hall, 1959 August 11.

Box 16

“What citizens can do in civil defense.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Los Angeles City Council meeting 9:15 a.m., 1959[?] August 20.
  • Summer conference of Pacific Southwest Association of Chemistry Teachers. Asilomar, California, 1959 August 21.
  • La Jolla trip, 1959[?] August 28.
  • Frontiers of Science and Engineering symposium, Space Technology Laboratory, Incorporated, 1959[?] September 16-17.
  • Space Committee meeting. Berkeley, California, 1959? September 26.
  • Advisory Council on Atomic Activities. Sacramento, 1959[?] October 6.
  • Advisory Committee for International Symposium on High Temperature Technology. Asilomar, California, 1959 October 6-9.
  • State Disaster Council, San Jose meeting, 1959[?] October 9.
Box 16

“Atomic chemistry.”

Scope and Content Note

  • High School science club. Santa Monica High School, 7:30 p.m., 1959[?] October 13.
  • Dedication, nuclear reactor. Pullman, Washington trip, 1959[?] October 19-20.
Box 16

“Chemistry of positive ions.”

Scope and Content Note

  • P and I seminar, 7:30 p.m., 1959[?] November 2.
  • Tech. Conference of Institute of Geophysics, campus, 1959[?] November 5-7.
  • American Chemical Society, Southern California Section. November meeting, 1959[?] November 5.
Box 16

“Isotopes in scientific research.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, 12:00 noon, 1959[?] November 11.
  • West Los Angeles Democratic Women, luncheon meeting, 12:15 p.m., 1959[?] November 18.
  • Statewide Advisory Committee on Space Sciences, meeting, Medical Center, 12:00 noon, 1959[?] November 28.
Box 16

“The impact of scientific change.”

Scope and Content Note

  • University Extension seminar, 8:00 p.m., Regents Room, UCLA, 1959[?] December 3.
  • Coro Foundation, room 1221, 416 West 8th Street, afternoon, 1959[?] December 4.
  • Trip to King City Medical Center, 1959[?] December 13.
Box 16

“Isotopes in research, Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

Hughes Branch of RESA, Roberts, Sigma Chi, January 7, 8:00, room 2250, 1959[?] December 16.
Boxes 16-17

“Impact of science on business management.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Graduate School of Business Administration, meeting. Beverly Hills Hotel, Crystal Room, 1960[?] January 8.
  • Plowshare Advisory Committee, meeting. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1960[?] January 14-15.
  • Washington trip, 1960[?] January 22.
Box 17

Essor Research and Engineering, 1960[?] January 21-22.

Box 17

Symposium on Use of Chemical Tracers for Study of Atmospheric Circulation. American Meteorological Society, 1960[?] January 12-22.

Box 17

Study committee no.1, 2nd meeting. Berkeley, 1960 January 26.

Box 17

“Tritium and hydrology.”

Scope and Content Note

  • American Geophysical Union, S.W. section, 1960[?] February 4.
  • American Nuclear Society, Southern California section, dinner meeting, 1960[?] February 17.
  • University of Southern California Chemistry Research Conference, 4:00 p.m., 1960[?] February 19.
  • Pomona College assembly, 11:00 a.m., 1960 March 1.
  • Humble Oil and Refining Company. Houston, Texas trip, 1960[?] March 13-16.
  • OCDM - Region 7 Women's 1960 Civil Defense conference. Alameda, 1960[?] March 22.
  • NAA Management Club (North American Aviation), Valley Chapter, 6:30, Sportsman's Lodge. Studio City, 1960[?] March 23.
  • Faraday Lecture. Pasadena City College, 1960[?] March 31.
Box 17

“Fallout shelters.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Home Builders Association meeting, Rodger Young Auditorium, 1960[?] April 4.
  • Fifteenth All-University Faculty Conference. Riverside campus, 1960[?] April 12.
Box 17

“Peaceful uses of atomic energy.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Riverside campus public lecture, 1960 April 21.
  • National Academy of Sciences conference. Washington, D.C., 1960[?] April 24-28.
  • Biomedical conference, Moore Hall, 10:00 a.m., 1960[?] May 7.
  • Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society, regional convention, Loyola, 1960[?] May 7.
  • P and I seminar, chemistry, Ion radical chemistry, room 2018, noon (cancelled), 1960[?] May 10.
Box 17

“Atomic energy and psace peacetime uses” - Space lecture, 1960 May 11.

Box 17

“Peacetime uses of space” - University Extension physical sciences, 1960 May 11.

Scope and Content Note

  • Inauguration of Donald E. Walker, president, Idaho State College, Pocatello, Idaho, 1960[?] May 12-14.
  • Marlborough Girl's School, 1:20 assembly, 1960[?] May 18.
  • Annual meeting, Southern California Academy of Science, Los Angeles County Museum, 1960[?] May 20.
Box 17

“Tritium dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • University Extension class (Farrington's), 1960[?] May 21.
  • Governor's meeting, civilian defense, Phoenix, Arizona, 1960[?] June 7.
  • Commencement speech (cardinal McIntyre), 7:30 p.m., 1960[?] June 10.
  • Humble Oil and Refining, 1960[?] June 7-10.
Boxes 17-18

“Why fallout shelters are necessary.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Civil defense, Los Angeles, 1960 July 7.
  • Humble Oil Refining Company, Dr. J.L. Franklin, 1960[?] June 20.
  • Third Inter-American symposium on Peaceful Allocation of Nuclear Energy, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (no.2), 1960[?] July 16-23.
  • Third Inter-American symposium on Peaceful Application of Nuclear Energy, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1960[?] July 16-23.
  • Washington trip, 1960[?] July 27-29.
  • Los Angeles city schools, class for gifted children (mr. Joe Ferris, consultant), 10:00, 1960[?] August 4.
  • Los Alamos, August 26 - Livermore, 1960[?] August 22-24.
  • Houston trip, 1960[?] August 28-September[?].
Box 18

“Radioactive fallout.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Summer institute in biophysical science, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1960[?] September 1.
  • ESSO Research and Engineering Company, 1960 September 2.
  • La Jolla General Atomics, 1960 September 12.
  • General Advisory Committee, Las Vegas, 1960[?] September 19.
  • U.S. Naval Research, 1960[?] November 7.
  • Faculty Lecture series, fall semester, Committee on Public Lectures, 1960[?] November 14.
  • Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (RESA), Port Hueneme, 1960[?] November 17.
  • Hillel Alumni Association, University Religious Conference Building, 8:30 p.m., 1960[?] November 20.
Box 18

“Atoms for peace.”

Scope and Content Note

Home Economic Lounge Wives Program of the Engineering Executive Program, 1960[?] September 20.
Box 18

“Space technology: discovery, identification, etc.”

Scope and Content Note

  • UCLA Engineering Extension, introduce Mr. Roland A. Anderson (AEC) (Dr.Libby is out of this now), 1960[?] October 1.
  • Civil defense meeting in Santa Monica, sponsored by the managing editor of the Evening outlook, 1960[?] October 4.
  • Seminar, Palo Alto, American Chemical Society, 1960[?] October 18-20.
Box 18

“Science as a way of life.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Albertus Magnus Guild, 1960[?] October 8.
  • Plowshare Advisory Committee meeting, 1960[?] October 20.
  • American Meteorological Society, 1960[?] October 19.
  • GAC meeting, Chicago, 1960[?] October 22-26.
Box 18

“Chemistry of materials.”

Scope and Content Note

California Research Corporation, La Habra Laboratory, 1960[?] October 27.
Box 18

“Tritium in geophysics.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Institute of Geophysics, Berkeley, 1960[?] October 29.
  • Baltimore, 1960[?] October 31-November[?].
Boxes 18-19

“Our atomic future.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Los Angeles World Affairs Council, 1960[?] November 21.
  • American Chemical Society, campus, 1960[?] December 3.
  • Aldous Huxley tape, 9:00 p.m., 1960[?] December 6.
  • ESSO, Linden, New Jersey, 1961[?] January 15-16.
  • Panel on radiation, Faculty Women's Club, Men's Informal Lounge, Faculty Center, 1961[?] January 17.
  • Humble Oil and Refining Company. Houston, Texas, 1961[?] January 18-20.
  • Seminar in the afternoon convocation, University of Utah, 1961[?] March 2.
  • Wadsworth Medical Alumni Association, Beverly Hilton Hotel, 6:30, 1961[?] March 10.
  • The American Institute of Chemists, Compton, Los Angeles Athletic Club, 6:30 p.m., 1961[?] March 30.
  • University of California, La Jolla, 1961[?] May 23.
  • Plowshare Advisory Committee, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1961[?] May 25-26.
  • Faculty seminar, Peaceful uses of the atom, University of Texas Medical School, Dallas, Texas, 4:00 p.m., 1961[?] May 26.
  • Scopus Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, Temple Isaiah, 10345 West Pico Boulevard, 1961[?] June 4.
  • San Fernando State College commencement speech, 6:00 p.m., 1961[?] June 8.
  • AEC film and commentary, Kiwanis Club of Westwood Village, 12:00 noon luncheon, Truman's, 1961[?] June 9.
  • Jackson, Mississippi, 1961[?] June 12.
Boxes 18-19

“Atomic science.”

Scope and Content Note

  • ACS, Orange County Subsection, Anaheim, 1961[?] January 26.
  • UCLA 1970, Arrowhead Conference Center, 1961 January 27-29.
  • GAC meeting, Washington, 1961 January 30-Feb 1.
  • Career Clinic, Riverside, California, 1961 February 4.
  • Phi Delta Phi Law Fraternity luncheon, 1961[?] February 16.
  • Pasadena School system, 50-75 high school and college science teachers, 1961[?] February 21.
  • Science series, Berkeley campus, 1961[?] February 28.
  • Conference on science information, New Jersey, 1961[?] March 7.
  • Esso Research and Engineering Corporation, Linden, New Jersey, 1961[?] March 8.
  • Los Angeles High School lecture series, 3:15 p.m., 1961[?] April 4.
  • Webb School of California, Claremont, California (cancelled), 1961[?] April 9.
  • Texas Nuclear Science symposium, Austin, Texas, 1961[?] June 13.
  • GAC-Weapons Subcommittee, Livermore, California, 1961[?] June 19-20.
  • Meeting of chemistry Nobel Prize laureates in Lindau, West Germany (cancelled), 1961[?] June 26-30.
  • Gordon Research Conference, Colby Junior College, New London, New Hampshire, 1961[?] July 5.
  • Guest lecturer, Modern engineering course, Ojai, California, 1961[?] July 5.
  • GAC Reactor Subcommittee, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1961[?] July 13-15.
  • NSF summer institute, Los Angeles State College, Radiocarbon dating, 12 p.m. lunch, 1:30 p.m. lecture, 1961[?] July 18.
Box 19

“Atomic defense.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Medical Faculty Wives, Bel Air Hotel, 1:30 p.m., 1961[?] February 7.
  • Plowshare Advisory Committee. Washington, D.C., 1961[?] February 9-10.
Box 19

“Peaceful uses of the atom.”

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles County Museum Association, 1961[?] February 15.
Box 19

“Survival through education.”

Scope and Content Note

Man of the Year Award, Optimist Club of Westwood Village, Hotel Miramar, Santa Monica, 2:00 p.m., 1961[?] February 28.
Box 19

“Where to now?”

Scope and Content Note

  • Science Fair awards banquet, Fillmore Union High School, 6:00 p.m., Fillmore, California, 1961[?] March 14.
  • GAC meeting, 1961[?] March 22-24.
Box 19

“Atomic aspects of civil defense.”

Scope and Content Note

Hollywood Democratic Club (Hollywood Women's Club), 9:00 p.m., 1961[?] March 28.
Box 19

“Survival through education.”

Scope and Content Note

Student Union Cultural Program, 8:00 p.m., 1961[?] April 4.
Box 19

“Chemistry of materials.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Seminar, California Institute of Technology, 1961[?] April 12.
  • ACS, San Gorgonia section, 6:30 p.m., 1961[?] April 14.
  • Symposium on tritium and deuterium, 42nd annual meeting, American Geophysical Union. Washington, D.C., 1961[?] April 18-21.
  • UCLA Men's Faculty Club reception, Men's Informal Lounge, Faculty Center, 5-7:00 p.m., 1961[?] April 21.
  • GAC meeting, 1961[?] April 27-29.
  • Symposium on detection and use of tritium, International Atomic Energy Agency meeting, Vienna, Austria, 1961[?] May 3-10.
Box 19

“Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Los Angeles State College convocation, 12 noon, 1961[?] May 8.
  • Esso Engineering, Linden, New Jersey, 1961[?] May 8.
  • 4th annual Science and industry Award banquet, International Ballroom, Beverly Hilton Hotel, 1961[?] May 11.
  • King City, 1961[?] May 12.
  • Fresno State College, 1:00 p.m., Our atomic future, Sigma Xi and Fresno sub-section to ACS, Chemistry of materials, 1961[?] May 16.
  • Visit to Richmond Laboratory (California Research Corporation), 1961[?] May 18.
  • Engineering Department Award Program, 12 noon, Engineering II, room 3400, 1961[?] May 19.
  • Montebello Junior High students field trip, 10:00 a.m. Moore Hall 130, 1961[?] July 20.
Box 19

“Isotopes in medicine.”

Scope and Content Note

California Osteopathic Association, Long Beach, Lafayette Hotel, 2:00 p.m., 1961[?] May 20.
Box 19

“Science at UCLA.”

Scope and Content Note

Order of Blue Shield, Sheraton West, 6:30 p.m., 1961[?] July 19.
Box 19

“Tritium in oceanography.”

Scope and Content Note

Tenth Pacific Science Congress, Honolulu, Hawaii (cancelled), 1961[?] August 21-September[?].
 

Speeches and Trips, 1959-1961

Box 20

Humble Oil. Houston, Texas, 1961[?] July 23-25.

Box 20

“Nature and origin of elements.”

Scope and Content Note

High school summer honors seminar, Reseda, 8:30 a.m., 1961[?] July 26.
Box 20

“Man's expanding potential in the cosmos.”

Scope and Content Note

San Diego State College, 1961[?] August 15.
Box 20

Space applications of atomic theory.

Scope and Content Note

  • Space Technology Laboratories, Resa Br., 6:30 p.m., 1961[?] August 17.
  • Space symposium, Atom in space. University of Southern California, 1961[?] August 30.
Box 21

“Preparation for national survival.”

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles State College, 1961[?] August 31.
Box 21

“Are fallout shelters really necessary?”

Scope and Content Note

  • Joe Miccicke's program, KHJ studio, 4:30 p.m., 1961[?] September 6.
  • Freshman orientation, tennis amphitheater, Sproul Hall, 8:50 a.m., 1961[?] September 8.
  • Aerospace Corporation, luncheon meeting, Building A lobby, 12 noon, 1961[?] September 8.
  • Banquet of the Golden Plate, Academy of Achievement, Monterey, California, 1961[?] September 8-10.
  • Los Angeles World Affairs Council, 12 noon, Biltmore Hotel, Douglas Dillon, 1961[?] September 11.
  • Taping Guidepost to Science Program. Scientific method, 1961[?] September 12.
Box 21

“Isotopes in medicine.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Opening of new Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, Hotel Bel Air, 7:00 p.m., 1961[?] September 14.
  • GAC Livermore, 1961[?] September 19.
  • American Institute of Chemists, dinner for Dr. Ernest H. Swift, Huntington Sheraton, Pasadena, 6:30 p.m., 1961[?] September 20.
Box 21

“Implications of the resumption of nuclear testing.”

Scope and Content Note

Ford-Aeronutronics[?], Newport Beach, 2:00 p.m., 1961[?] September 21.
Box 21

“Fallout defense.”

Scope and Content Note

Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce, 7:30 a.m., 1961[?] September 26.
Box 21

“Science at UCLA.”

Scope and Content Note

Beverly Hills University Club, 1961[?] October 2.
Box 21

“Tritium geophysics.”

Scope and Content Note

Physics Science Society, 4:00 p.m., 1961[?] October 3.
Box 21

“Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • University Extension evening lecture, Ontario, 1961[?] October 5.
  • Institute for high school teachers of chemistry, Los Angeles Harbor College, Wilmington, 9:00 a.m., 1961[?] October 7.
  • Temple Forum series, Wilshire Boulevard Temple, 1961[?] October 8.
  • American Nuclear Society, La Jolla, 1961[?] October 11.
  • Graduate Student Association Campus Civil Defense, Westwood Room, Student Union, 2:00 p.m., 1961 October 12.
  • Cedar City, Utah, 1961 November 11.
Box 21

“Atomic dating.”

Scope and Content Note

University lecture series, Santa Barbara campus, 1961[?] October 10.
Box 21

“Atomic science.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Gifted student group, 3-5 p.m., Student Union, room 3517, 1961 October 13.
  • Opening ceremonies of the Brain Research institute, BAE 147, 1961 October 14.
  • Tenth annual CD Council conference, Long range effects of radiation, Ambassador Hotel, 1961 October 17.
Box 21

“Materials research as a science.”

Scope and Content Note

  • San Gabriel Valley chapter of the Society of Aerospace MAterial and Process Engineers, 1961 October 19-21.
  • Brain Research Institute luncheon, Grand Ballroom, Beverly Hilton Hotel, 12 noon, 1961 October 27.
Box 21

“Space and education.”

Scope and Content Note

Public lecture, fall 1961 meeting, National Academy of Sciences, 1961 October 30.
Box 21

“Frontiers in science, Tritium measurement.”

Scope and Content Note

  • [No location], 1961 November.
  • National Academy of Science meeting, 1961 October 30-November.
  • Cincinnati, Ohio. Day Medal Award presentation. the Geological Society of America, 1961 November 2.
Box 21

“Fallout defense.”

Scope and Content Note

Institute for Radio-Engineers, Sportsman's Lodge, 6:00 p.m., 1961 November 7.
 

Personal Correspondence, 1959-1963

Box 22

A, 1959-1963.

Box 22

B, 1959-1963.

Box 23

C, 1959-1963.

Box 23

D, 1961-1963.

Box 23

Douglas Aircraft Company III.

Box 24

Douglas Aircraft Company II.

Box 29

Chemistry Department I.

Box 29

Chemistry Department III.

Box 29

Vela uniform.

Box 30

Materials Institute Seminar.

Box 30

Materials Institute (Manpower and Financial Data) (6).

Box 30

American Chemical Society Award Committee - Professor F.S. Rowland.

Box 30

Harris, Uphan, and Company.

Box 30

Associated Midwest Universities.

Box 30

Machta - Alexander letter - HASL 88.

Box 30

Loyola Science Center.

Box 30

Laugharn, Richard C., editor, trade book division, Prentice-Hall, Incorporated.

Box 30

Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe Nuclear Institute, Germany.

Box 30

Joy, Hubert W.

Box 30

Wetherrill, George W.

Box 30

Richard C. Tolman medal.

Box 30

Summer Institute in Space Columbia University Physics, 1962 July-August.

Box 30

Simpson, John A.

Box 30

Science Digest.

Box 30

Sage computer.

Box 30

Petterson, Hans (Nobel).

Box 30

Puck, Theodore.

Box 30

“Peacetime uses of space,” Thompson Ramo Woolridge, Incorporated.

Box 30

Chemistry graduate students in regular status, 1960 Fall.

Box 30

Seminars - Chemistry Department, 1960-1961.

Box 30

Mamantov, Gleb (Dr.) possible post-doctoral.

Box 30

Darnell, Alfred.

Box 30

Bickford, Marion E. - post-doctoral.

Box 30

ARCS Foundation, Incorporated, Los Angeles.

Box 31

Angewandte Chemie (to publish Nobel lecture).

Box 31

What's chemistry all about? [motion picture].

Box 31

American Chemical Society award committee, Professor Richard Wolfgang.

Box 31

ACS award for nuclear applications in chemistry for 1963 (Dr. D.E. Hull).

Box 31

Fallout shelter.

Box 31

National Institute for Disaster Mobilization, Incorporated, S.A. Anthony, Jr.

Box 31

McGraw Hill Book Company, Incorporated.

Box 31

Mississippi Industrial and Technological Research Commission, A.D. Suttle, Jr.

Box 31

Master VU-graph (overhead projector).

Box 31

Manov, George G.

Box 31

Machris, Mr.

Box 31

Seminars - Chemistry Department, 1961-1962.

Box 31

Chemistry Department.

Boxes 31-32

Committee on Educational Policy 1-3.

Box 32

National Conference on the Administration of Research, 1961.

Box 32

Nominating Committee for Associate Director, Institute of Geophysics (Urey, chair).

Box 32

National Conference Committee on the Administration of Research, 1959-1960.

Boxes 32-33

National Academy of Sciences, 1959-1961.

Box 33

Los Angeles International Music Festival, Honorary Host Committee.

Box 33

International Journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes. Honorary editorial advisory board.

Box 33

Committee of Civil Defense of the American Chemical Society.

Box 33

Seminars - Department of Chemistry.

Box 33

High temperature, high pressure and basic materials work (1-2).

Box 34

High temperature chemistry (1-2).

Box 34

Appointment committees.

Box 34

Films, educational.

Box 34

Saturday Evening Post.

Box 34

“Radioactive fallout,” Redbook magazine (in press), 1959.

Box 34

41st commencement program.

Box 34

Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission ad hoc Committee on Training and Education.

Box 35

Ad hoc Committee on High Temperature Research (vigilante Committee).

Box 35

Advisory Committee, International Symposium High Temperature Technology.

Box 35

Study Committee no.1: The Research role of the university. 15th All-University Faculty Conference, Riverside.

Box 35

Study committee no.1, report, extra copies.

Box 35

Congratulatory letters - Einstein Award and UCLA.

Box 35

Economics of radioisotopes in agriculture, Butterworths, Limited, London.

Box 35

Nuclear energy, Some new aspects, Bulletin of atomic scientists.

Box 35

Von Neumann honor.

Box 35

Radioactive fallout. McGraw Hill encyclopedia article.

Box 35

Kiech, Clarence F. Attorney.

Box 35

Friedlander, S.K., Technical report no.3 (AEC contract). “On the particle size spectrum of atoms' aerosols.”

Box 35

Franklin, Jr., Joe L.

Box 35

Fisher, David E. (Dr.).

Box 35

Canadian Institute of International Affairs.

Box 35

Carnegie Institute of Technology.

Box 35

The Chemical Society, London.

Box 35

Colby, Jr., James L.

Box 35

Schedules of classes (past semesters).

Box 36

Seminars - Chemistry Department, 1960 Fall.

Box 36

Atomic Energy Commission correspondence.

Box 36

GAC correspondence, 1961 January-December and 1960 January-June.

Box 36

Plowshare Advisory Committee, 1960.

Box 37

GAC, 1960 July-December.

Box 37

Department of Defense Atomic Support Agency, Washington, D.C.

Box 37

Office of Civil Defense. Los Angeles, 1960.

Box 37

Office of Civil Defense Mobilization. Regional Director Ivar Peterson, 1960.

Box 37

Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization. Battle Creek, Michigan, 1960.

Box 37

Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization. West Instrumental Training Center, Alameda. R.B. Duffy, 1960.

Box 37

“You can survive a nuclear attack” (Washington - to be printed).

Box 37

Office of Civil Defense Mobilization (OCDM). Washington, D.C., Leo A. Hoegh, director, 1960.

Box 37

Radiation safety, division of (application forms, etc.).

Box 37

Isotope advisory.

Boxes 37-38

Fallout committee (shelter designs) 1-4.

Box 38

Research seminar - undergraduate.

Box 38

Fallout book.

Box 38

Space committee (1 and 2).

Box 39

Statewide Advisory Committee on Space Sciences.

Box 39

Committee on Graduate Study I.

Box 39

Engineering Reactor Hazards Committee I.

Box 39

Goldwater Advisory Task Force on Space, Science, and the Atom.

Box 39

Alpha Chi Sigma correspondence.

Box 39

American Chemical Society - Leo Hendrik Baekland Award of the North Jersey section (nomination of Richard Wolfgang, 1963), ACS Award in pure Chemistry.

Box 40

Peter Debye Award for 1963 - ACS correspondence, 1959-1964.

Box 40

American Nuclear Society.

Box 40

American Philosophical Society correspondence.

Box 40

Cosmos Club correspondence.

Box 40

Enrico Fermi Award.

Box 40

Ernest Orlando Lawrence Memorial Award, 1963 -1964.

Box 40

Geochemical Society correspondence.

Boxes 40-41

Guggenheim Foundation correspondence.

Box 41

National Academy of Sciences correspondence, 1962-1963.

Box 41

Nobel Prize correspondence, 1964.

Box 42

Priestly Award, member of the jury award, 1962.

 

University Departments and Committees

Box 42

Campus correspondence, 1959-1963.

Box 42

Chemistry Department correspondence.

Box 42

Coordinating Council for AE projects I and II.

Box 43

Fellowships available, 1960.

 

Research Material

Scope and Content Note

(Notes, articles, offprints, printed items)
Box 24

Plasma torch files.

Box 24

Tritium system files.

 

Tritium Literature

Box 25

Folder numbers 15-17.

Box 26

Folder number 14-9.

Box 26

Folder numbers 8-5.

Box 28

Folder numbers 4-1.

 

Trips, 1963 May-1964 November

Box 43

Miscellaneous.

Box 43

Dedication of Latimer Hall, Berkeley campus. Berkeley radiochemistry, 1963 May 3.

Box 43

Dedication of American memorial to Alfred Nobel-Gustavus, Adolphus College. St. Peter, Minnesota, 1963 May 4.

Box 43

“High pressure chemistry.”

Scope and Content Note

Seminar at Argonne Laboratory, Chicago.
Box 43

“Radiochemistry and radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

National Science Seminar series, 1963 May 9.
Box 43

“Future uses of atomic energy.”

Scope and Content Note

Executive Program, 1963 May 14.
Boxes 43-44

“Space chemistry.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Awards night speaker, San Diego section, American Chemical Society, 1963 June 6.
  • UCLA commencement, academic procession, Royce Hall, 1963 June 7.
  • Esso Research, Linden, New Jersey, 1963 June 10.
  • Commencement exercises, honorary Sc.D., Manhattan College, New York, 1963 June 11.
  • Douglas scientific directorate meeting, 1963 June 12-14.
  • Planetology Subcommittee, Space Sciences Steering Committee, NASA, Santa Monica, 1963 June 24-25.
Box 44

“Chemistry of high pressure and radiation.”

Scope and Content Note

Aerospace Corporation, seminar, JPL, 1963 June 26.
Box 44

“Atomic energy.”

Scope and Content Note

American Society for Industrial Security, dinner meeting, 1963 July 18.
Box 44

“Chemistry and geophysics research at UCLA.”

Scope and Content Note

  • High School Chemistry Teachers summer institute, 1963 July 25.
  • IGY - IGC symposium at UCLA, 1963[?] August 12-16.
Box 44

Testimony.

Scope and Content Note

  • Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Proposed Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, 1963 August 22.
  • NAS study group on civil defense, Woods Hole,. Massachusetts, 1963[?] August 22-24.
  • Berkeley symposium on Cosmic ray produced isotopes (cancelled), 1963[?] August 28-29.
  • Working seminar, Geophysics of fallout, 1963[?] September 2-6.
  • Commander's conference, Washington, D.C. AFOSR, 1963[?] September 9-10.
Box 44

“The atom and society.”

Scope and Content Note

  • San Fernando Valley District, Los Angeles County Medical Association, 1963 September 26.
  • Evening Science Seminar lecture series, California Museum of Science and Industry, Science and industry, 1963 October 2.
  • Cocktails at Murphys', dinner dance at Faculty Center, 1963 October 12.
  • Esso, Linden, New Jersey, and Douglas Board of Directors, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and luncheon speech, Chamber of Commerce, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1963[?] October 15-17.
Boxes 43-46

“Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Aerojet branch - RESA, Eaton's Restaurant. Pasadena, 1963 June 4.
  • Mid-day series, Santa Rosa Junior College, 1963 October 18.
  • Sigma Xi lecture, Medical College of Virginia, 1963[?] November 21.
  • Esso research visit, Linden, New Jersey, 1963 November 22.
  • Los Angeles High School, 1967 January 27.
  • Advisory Council on College Chemistry, Tulane University. New Orleans, Louisiana (cancelled), 1964 January-February.
  • Douglas scientific meeting, 1964[?] January 30-31.
  • RESA group, M.W. Kellogg branch. New York, 1964 February 6.
  • Guggenheim Committee of Selections. New York, 1964[?] February 7-8.
  • Rice University, Houston, and Trinity University. San Antonio, 1964[?] February 13-14.
  • Los Angeles World Affairs Council lunch. Sheraton West Hotel, 1964[?] February 28.
  • Chair, seminar by Dr. William Pollard, The age and origin of the universe, 1964[?] March 2.
  • Guggenheim Committee of Selections. New York, 1964[?] March 6-7.
  • Organic seminar, Positive ion chemistry of organic compounds, 1964[?] May 7.
  • Modesto Junior High School, 1964 May 12.
  • Alpha Kappa banquet, The Sea Lion. Malibu, 1964 May 13.
  • Chaffey College. Physical Science Division convocation, 1964 May 14.
  • Optimist Club Man of the Year award, Hotel Miramar. Santa Monica, 1964 May 15.
  • National meeting, Credit Managers Associations (cancelled).
  • Ron Shreeve's class, 1964 May 20.
  • 7th annual awards banquet, California Museum of Science and Industry. International Ballroom, Beverly Hilton, 1964 May 21.
  • Santa Monica Nature Club, 1964 March 13.
  • Las Vegas trip, 1964 March 14.
  • Senior Citizens Club of North Hollywood, 1964 March 23.
  • Douglas Board of Directors meeting, 1964 March 25.
  • Vienna, Austria IAEA, 1964 March 23.
  • Luncheon speaker at seminar on Industrial Scientific Research, Faculty Center (cancelled), 1964 March 25.
  • Plowshare seminar Livermore Radiation Laboratory, 1964 April 2.
  • Alumnus of the Year Award, Sheraton Palace Hotel. San Francisco, 1964 April 2.
Boxes 43-44

“The atomic clock.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Science and History Alliance, Los Angeles County Museum, 1963 May 15.
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon picnic and bar-b-que, Green Oaks Ranch, Santa Monica, 1963 May 18.
  • Award banquet for scientist and industrialist of the year, 1963 May 23.
  • Physical Sciences and Engineering Extension, Space science for laymen, Program, Lake Arrowhead, 1963 May 31.
  • Trip to Sacramento with Dr. Sherwood, 1963 May 31.
  • Foothill Women's Guild of CICR, 1963 October 21.
  • Douglas scientific directorate, 1963[?] October 24-25.
  • Plowshare meeting, Livermore, California, 1963[?] October 28-29.
  • La Jolla visit, 1963[?] November 8-10.
  • University lecture, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, 1963 November 14.
Box 44

“The peaceful atom.”

Scope and Content Note

Lively Arts Forum. Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center, 1963[?] November 17.
Box 44

“Radiocarbon.”

Scope and Content Note

  • University of Chicago Conference on Studies of Metabolism, 1963[?] November 25-26.
  • Jersey Production Research Company. Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1963 December 4.
  • Annual Weizmann Institute Dinner, Americana, New York (cancelled), 1963 December 5.
Box 44

“Production of metals at high pressures.”

Scope and Content Note

General Motors Technical Center. Warren, Michigan, 1963 December 5.
Box 44

“The chemistry of positive ions.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Chemistry Section, AAAS. Cleveland, Ohio, 1963 December 27.
  • American College of Physicians, UCLA course on nuclear medicine and radiation biology, 1964 January 6.
Box 44

“The carbon 14 story.”

Scope and Content Note

Society of Nuclear Medicine, Bel Air Country Club, 1964 January 8.
Box 45

“Atomic dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Educational opportunities Program, Los Angeles City secondary schools, 1964 January 10.
  • Nobel dinner, Swedish Club of Los Angeles, Sheraton West.
  • Esso consulting job, Linden, New Jersey, 1964 January 13.
  • Chemistry Department lecture series, University of Saskatchewan, 1964[?] January 12-18.
  • ACS meeting, Denver, Colorado, Perlman symposium, 1964 January 21.
Box 45

“Radiocarbon in the history of man.”

Scope and Content Note

Advances in Paramedical Sciences. Orange, California, 1964[?] February 4.
Box 45

“Scientific management.”

Scope and Content Note

Engineering and Management course luncheon, 1964[?] February 5.
Box 46

“Atomic science.”

Scope and Content Note

  • California Science Fair award, 1964 May 22.
  • ABC Nuclear Science and Engineering Fellowship Board. Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1964 March 4-5.
Box 46

“The atom and man's future.”

Scope and Content Note

Whittier School of Adult Education lecture series, 1964 March 9.
Box 46

“The nature of the long range interaction in hemoglobin.”

Scope and Content Note

Nuclear Medicine seminar, 1964 March 10.
Box 46

“Atomic attack on the water problem.”

Scope and Content Note

San Fernando section, IEEE, The Sportmens Lodge. Sherman Oaks, 1963[?] March 11 ???.
Box 46

“Very long range molecular forces in hemoglobin.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Stanford seminar, 1964 March 16.
  • NASA visit with James Arnold, 1964[?] March 19-20.
Box 46

“Metallic diamonds.”

Scope and Content Note

International Association for Dental Research, Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles (cancelled), 1964 March 21.
Box 46

“The nature of the long range interaction in hemoglobin.”

Scope and Content Note

  • [No location], 1964 April 6.
  • Channel County's Science Fair, SESPE School auditorium, 1964 April 10.
  • Coordinating Council for Atomic Energy Projects, Berkeley, 1964 April 13.
  • Plowshare Advisory Committee meeting, Livermore, 1964 April 14.
  • Kansas general lecture and seminar, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 1964[?] April 16-17.
Box 46

“Education for the space age.”

Scope and Content Note

Memorial Activities Center program, UCLA, 1964 April 18.
Box 47

“The nature of research in the physical sciences, Implications for the behavioral sciences.”

Scope and Content Note

[No location], l964 April 21.
Box 47

“Science and society.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Don Boxco High School, 1964 April 21.
  • Jersey Production Research Corporation, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1964[?] April 24-25.
  • Pratt and Whitney Aircraft, February, 1964, 1964 February 20-22.
  • Douglas Board of Directors meeting, 1964 May 27.
  • Douglas Scientific directorate, 1964 June 5-6.
Box 47

“The nature of the long range interaction in hemoglobin.”

Scope and Content Note

  • [No location], 1964 June 4.
  • Southern California ACS section, 1964 June 5.
Box 47

“The carbon 14 story.”

Scope and Content Note

University of Chicago, 1964 June 8.
Box 47

“Atomic science.”

Scope and Content Note

12th management institute, Barnsdall Park. Hollyhock House, 1964 June 11.
Box 47

“The long range interaction in hemoglobin.”

Scope and Content Note

Douglas Board meeting, Huntington Beach facility, 1964 June 15.
Box 47

“Materials chemistry.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Seminar at General Atomic, 1964 June 19.
  • Esso Research and Engineering, Linden, New Jersey, 1964[?] June 24-30.
  • Lecture and discussion in MacDonald course in geophysics, Summer Institute in Geophysics, 1964 June 30-July.
  • Seminar, United Aircraft Corporation. East Hartford, 1964 July 30.
  • Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, 1964 July 31.
Box 47

“Hot atom or high energy reactions.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Extension course lecture, UCLA, 1964 July 1.
  • Douglas Board of Directors meeting, 1964 July 15.
  • Gordon Radiation Chem. Conference, New Hampshire, 1964 July 27.
Box 47

“Atomic science.”

Scope and Content Note

  • NSF summer teachers' institute, 1964 August 5.
  • Defense Science seminar, UCLA, 1964 August 12.
  • 6th annual Institute of Public Relations Society of America. Lake Arrowhead Conference Center, 1964 August 17.
  • Visit of Professor V.V. Voevodskii, Russian Academy of Science, 1964 August 18.
  • Douglas Board of Directors meeting, 1964 August 19.
  • Douglas Aircraft division (cancelled), 1964 August 20.
  • Trip to Washington, D.C., 1964[?] August 19-21.
  • Esso Research and Engineering, Linden, New Jersey (1964), 1964[?] September 13-15.
Box 48

“The atomic story.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Society of Aerospace Materials and Process Engineers, 1964 September 21.
  • Douglas Board of Directors meeting, 1964 September 22.
  • Scientific directorate meeting (1964), 1964[?] September 24-25.
Box 48

“Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Santa Monica Bay Masonic Club, 1964 October 1.
  • 9th annual medical symposium, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, 1964 October 2.
  • Goldwater lunch, Los Angeles World Affairs Council. Hollywood Paladium, 1964 October 9.
  • Alumni House party. Ojai, California (1964), 1964[?] October 9-11.
  • Lecture. Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1964 October 12.
  • Chair, University High Executive Profile lecture, 1964 October 15.
  • President's conference. Baton Rouge, Houston, Galveston, 1964[?] October 18-20.
  • Hanford Atomic Energy facility. Richland, Washington, 1964[?] October 22-23.
  • Douglas Board meeting, 1964 October 21.
Box 48

“Bomb radiocarbon in human tissue.”

Scope and Content Note

Packard Instrument Company, New England Nuclear Symposium S.F., 1964 October 23.
Box 48

“Positive ion chemistry.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Gooch Lecture, Yale University. New Haven, Connecticut, 1964 October 30.
  • Nuclear chemistry, University Extension Advances in Chemistry program, 1964 November 9.
  • Space Sciences meeting, Alumni House on Data Street. University of California, Berkeley, 1964 November 11.
  • Department of Chemistry seminar, University of Chicago, 1964 November 2.
Box 48

“Science, society, and the individual.”

Scope and Content Note

University of California, Santa Barbara, conference, 1964[?] November 14.
 

Correspondence

Boxes 48-49

[No further description available], n.d.

 

Personal Correspondence

Boxes 50-51

Miscellaneous finances, 1964 and 1963.

Box 51

Hollywood Bank account - new checks and envelopes (when opened).

Box 51

Security First National Bank, 1962-1964.

Box 52

Security First bills paid, 1963-1964.

Box 52

Union Bank 20058-0636.

Box 52

Project: tritium hydrology - Water Resources Acct. - Isotope Lab, 1959-1960.

Box 52

The isotope foundation - articles of incorporation, 1959-1960.

Box 52

Bel Air Country Club, 1959.

Note

[Is perhaps Box 53?]
Box 53

Keys - Old Chicago.

Box 53

Calendar - years past, 1959-1963.

Box 53

Health insurance coverage, Equitable Basic and Major Program (WFL), 1962.

Box 53

Paid bills, 1960.

Box 53

Petty cash, 1959.

Box 53

Publicity, 1959 and 1961.

Box 53

Shipping and freight, 1957-1958.

 

Trips, 1959-1963

Box 53

Annual citation of High School Teachers Association of NYC, 1959 June 25.

Box 53

Douglas Aircraft Scientific directorate meeting, 1961 November 13.

Box 53

Nobel honor dinner, 100th anniversary of Morril Act, Kansas City (cancelled), 1961 November 14.

Box 53

Institute of Geophysics, La Jolla, 1961 November 15-16.

Box 53

Dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Sproul at home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pauley, 1961 November 16.

Box 53

“Fallout defense” - Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity, Gourmet Restaurant, Beverly Hills, 1961 November 17.

Box 53

“Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

Bellarmine-Jefferson High School Science Club visit to Laboratory, 1961 November 18.
Cocktails and dinner for state legislature representatives, Faculty Center, 1961 November 20.
Box 53

“Dating the past” - Los Angeles Valley College, Van Nuys, 1961 November 21.

Box 53

“Radiation fallout and safety” - American Society of Safety Engineers, 1961 November 27.

Box 53

“Science in administration.”

Scope and Content Note

  • C.R. Musser lectureship, University of Chicago, 1961 November 29.
  • GAC meeting. Washington, D.C., 1961 November 30-December.
  • Founder's Day speaker, Medical College of Virginia.
  • Hampton Corneil's biophysics
Box 53

“Atomic armaments.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Robert A. Welch Foundation. Houston, Texas, 1961 December 5.
  • Tour of labs by Los Angeles Valley College students, 1961 December 12.
Box 54

“Science education for modern man” - Jewish Community of Pacific Palisades Forum, 1961 December 12.

Box 54

“Peaceful use of atomic energy.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Interview and filming by Berkeley crew for 1962 centennial observance, 1961 December 11-12.
  • Denver, Colorado biophysics seminar (cancelled), 1961 December 13.
  • Esso Research, Linden, New Jersey, 1961 December 19.
Box 54

Tomorrow in science - Dinner and talk to Sproul Hall, 1962 January 4.

Scope and Content Note

  • Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Forum (cancelled), 1962 January 10.
  • Washington, D.C. space meeting, 1962 January 10.
Box 54

“Nuclear attack and preparedness.”

Scope and Content Note

  • St. John's Hospital Auxiliary, 1961 January 11.
  • Open house, 1962 January 12.
Box 54

“Radiocarbon dating” - Santa Rosa Boy's Club, 1962 January 13.

Box 54

“Isotopes in geological and archaeological dating”

Scope and Content Note

  • Smith College, Massachusetts, 1961 January 16.
  • Reception for Dean and Mrs. Gustave Arlt, UCLA, 1962 January 17.
  • After dinner party for the Arlts and Melnitzes, Faculty Center.
  • Visit with Dr. Taube at Stanford, 1962 January 22.
Box 54

“Protection from atomic attack and radiation dangers.”

Scope and Content Note

  • West Los Angeles Rotary Club, 1962 January 25.
  • Tuesday Evening Forum series (cancelled), 1962 January 30.
  • GAC meeting, 1962 January 20-31.
Box 54

“Carbon 14 dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Naval Reserve Research Company, U.S. Naval Training Center. Pasadena, 1962 February 1.
  • San Diego, 1962 February 2.
Box 54

“Fallout defense.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Santa Ana Subsection, Institute of Radio Engineers, 1962 February 13.
  • Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, 1962 February 21.
Box 54

“Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • University Extension. Oxnard, 1962 February 21.
  • Men's Faculty Club reception. UCLA, 1962 February 28.
  • GAC Weapons Subcommittee. Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1962 March 2.
  • GAC Weapons Subcommittee. Livermore, California, 1962 March 5.
  • Harvard School, 1962 March 6.
  • Visit from Bryan Payne, 1962 March 7.
  • Informal Conference on Atomic Energy, 1962 March 10-11.
  • American Nobel Committee Anniversary Forum. New York (cancelled), 1962 March 11.
Box 54

“Management of research and development.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Management Club. Sacramento, California, 1962 March 19.
  • University Coordinating Council for Atomic energy, Berkeley, 1962 March 21.
  • Society of Sigma Xi, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. Monterey, 1962 March 21.
  • Deposition at Beverly Hills, 1962 March 23.
  • Fillmore Science Club (cancelled), 1962 March 24.
  • GAG meeting, Washington and Brookhaven, 1962 March 27-31.
  • Plowshare Advisory Committee, Livermore, 1962 April 3-4.
  • California Museum of Science and industry jury, 1962 April 5.
Boxes 54-55

“The social impact of atomic fission.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Women's University Club, Los Angeles Branch, 1962 April 7.
  • Evening speech, California section, ACS, Berkeley, 1962 April 9.
  • Theta Delta Chi fraternity, 1962 April 11.
  • Isotope Foundation, 1962 April 12.
  • AF panel, Statler Hilton Hotel, 1962 April 13.
  • Modern engineering course, Crotonville, 1962 April 15-May.
  • Spring meeting, National Academy of Science. Washington, D.C., 1962 April 22-25.
  • Panel program and lunch, Public Protection Panel (cancelled), 1962 April 28.
  • Tour of labs, Hamilton and Beverly Hills High School, 1962 April 28.
  • Dinner for Nobel Prize winners at the White House, 1962 April 29.
  • City of Hope award to Dr. Libby, Beverly Hilton, 1962 May 1.
  • Plowshare meeting, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1962 May 3.
Box 55

“Fallout defense.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Bel Air Women's Club (cancelled), 1962 May 3.
  • Geophysics seminar trip to La Jolla, 1962 May 4.
Box 55

“Tritium in tracing movement of water.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Electrochemical Society, 1962 May 7.
  • Men's Faculty Club, UCLA, 1962 May 9.
  • Award dinner, California Scientist of the Year, 1962 May 10.
Box 55

“Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • All University lecturer, Berkeley campus, 1961 May 10.
  • Tour of laboratories for Alder Junior High, 1962 May 12.
  • Concert at William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 1962 May 14.
  • Sigma Xi Sigma, 1962 May 15.
  • Naval Radiation Defense Laboratory, 1962 May 25.
  • Commencement, 1962 June 8.
  • University of New Mexico seminars, Geochronology, 1962 June 11-12.
Box 55

“The vitality of a research institution and how to maintain it.”

Scope and Content Note

  • [No location], 1962 June 14.
  • GAC Weapons Subcommittee. Washington, D.C., 1962 June 18.
Box 55

“Fallout defense.”

Scope and Content Note

  • American Nuclear Society. Boston, 1962 June 19.
  • Esso Research. New Jersey, 1962 June 20.
Box 55

High pressure chemistry.

Scope and Content Note

  • Allied Chemical Corporation. Morristown, 1962 June 21.
  • Washington, D.C., 1962 June 26-27.
  • AABE meeting (cancelled), 1962 June 27.
  • GAC meeting, Berkeley and Livermore, AEC, 1962 July 9-11.
Box 55

“Potential new uses of isotope” - Summer institute [on] nuclear science. Washington State University, 1962 July 12.

Box 55

“Tritium geophysics.”

Scope and Content Note

  • NSF Summer Institute for High School Chemistry Teachers, 1962 July 20.
  • Radiocarbon Dating Conference, Cambridge, England, 1962 July 21-29.
Box 55

“Radioactive fallout.”

Scope and Content Note

  • NSF Summer Institute for High School Teachers. Redlands, 1962 August 1.
  • Symposium in Utrecht, Netherlands (cancelled), 1962 August 8-14.
  • LRL Livermore classified symposium, 1962 August 31.
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey (cancelled), 1962 September 10.
  • Los Alamos (cancelled), 1962 September 11-12.
  • Esso Research, Linden, New Jersey, 1962 September 20-22.
Box 56

“The science of the future.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Southern California Industry Education Council, 1962 September 26.
  • La Jolla, 1962 September 28-30.
  • Pitzer inauguration, Houston, Texas, and Seminar at Humble, and Rice University, 1962 October 8-11.
  • Georgetown University. Washington, D.C., 1962 October 11-13.
  • Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut (cancelled), 1962 October 18-20.
Box 56

“Impact of chemistry in society” - Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1962 October 26-27.

Box 56

“The science of the future.”

Scope and Content Note

  • California Museum of Science and industry, 1962 November 1.
  • NASA, University conference n Science and Technology of Space Exploration. Chicago, 1962 November 1-3.
  • Campus open house for gifted children, 1962 November 4.
  • Visit to Space Sciences, Berkeley. Dr. Sam Silver, 1962 November 5.
Box 56

“Science in modern society” - Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, 1962 November 7.

Box 56

“Radiocarbon dating” - Phi Sigma Chi, Founder's Hall, University of Southern California, 1962 November 9.

Box 56

“The theory of metallic diamond.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Hughes Aircraft, 1962 November 13.
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. UCLA, 1962 November 15.
Box 56

“Chemistry of materials at high pressure.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Los Angeles section, ACS, 1962 November 20.
  • Symposium, Radioactive Dating, Greece (cancelled), 1962 November 19.
  • UCLA legislative dinner, 1962 November 26.
  • University YWCA Faculty (cancelled), 1962 November 27.
  • Seminar on Radiation and Longevity. IGPP, 1962 November 29.
Boxes 56-57

“20 years of the atom.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Student Union Ballroom, 1962 November 30.
  • Plowshare Advisory Committee, Las Vegas, 1962 December 4-5.
  • Los Angeles Times Woman of the Year awards, Harry Chandler Auditorium, 1962 December 10.
  • Allan Hancock Foundation lecture, 1962 December 12.
  • Isotope panel, IAEA. Vienna, Austria, 1962 December 15-22.
Box 57

“Future uses of atomic energy.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Graduate School of Business Administration, 1962 January 10.
  • UCLA Fellows of AAS (cancelled), 1963 January 10.
Box 57

“The impact of the atom on society, and Isotopic dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • All-University lecturer, University of South Florida, Tampa, 1963 January 15.
  • Lunch at North American Aviation, 1963 January 16.
  • Regents meeting, San Francisco Medical Center, 1963 January 18.
  • Esso Research, Linden, New Jersey, 1963 January 22-23.
  • U.S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory, White Oak, Silver SPring, Maryland, 1963 January 23.
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association (cancelled), 1963 January 24.
Box 57

“The vitality of a research institution and how to maintain it” - Engineering and Management Course, 1963 January 28.

Box 57

“Atomic science” - Seminar at California Institute of Technology, 1963 February 11.

Box 57

“Radioactive fallout, and Radiocarbon dating.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Arkansas Polytechnic College, 1963 February 13.
  • Esso Research. Linden, New Jersey, 1963 February 14.
  • Guggenheim Committee of Selection. New York, 1963 February 15.
  • Engineers banquet, 1963 February 20.
Boxes 57-58

“The theory of metallic diamond.”

Scope and Content Note

  • American Institute of mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Dallas, Texas, 1963 February 26.
  • Douglas Scientific directorate meeting, 1963 February 28-March.
  • Homestake Mining Company, San Francisco, Dr. McLaughlin, 1963 March 7.
  • Symposium on the Application of Radioisotopes in Hydrology, Tokyo, 1963 March 5-9.
  • Founders' Day banquet, Chapman College, 1963 March 8.
  • AIAA conference, Colorado (cancelled), 1963 March 11-13.
Box 58

“Benefits from isotopes.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Kennecott Lecture, University of Arizona, 1963 March 14.
  • Napa, California, Dr. and Mrs. Libb, Janet and Susan, 1963 March 17.
  • Los Angeles World Affairs Council lunch for William C. Foster, 1963 March 18.
  • Sigma Xi, Manhattan College, New York, 1963 March 21.
  • Guggenheim Committee of Selections, New York, 1963 March 22-24.
  • Los Angeles World Affairs Council dinner for James Webb, 1963 March 27.
  • National conference on Space, science and urban life, Oakland, 1963 March 27-30.
  • Spring meeting, American Chemical Society, Los Angeles, 1963 March 31-April.
  • Group visit, AFOSR, 1963 April 1.
  • Induction into Phi Lambda Upsilon, Los Angeles, 1963 April 1.
  • Graduate seminar, Berkeley, Carbon 14 and [?????], 1963 April 3.
Box 58

“Carbon 14 dating” - Annual meeting, American College of Physicians. Colorado, 1963 April 4.

Boxes 58-59

“High pressure chemistry.”

Scope and Content Note

  • Mojave Desert section, American Chemical Society. China Lake, California, 1963 April 8.
  • Dr. Saul Winstein - California scientist of the year, n.d.
  • Jury meeting, California Scientist of the Year Award, California Federal Savings, 1963 April 10.
Box 59

Tritium geophysics.

Scope and Content Note

  • Geology Club, UCLA, 1963 April 18.
  • UCLA Alumni reception, 1963 April 18.
  • Phi Eta Sigma initiation dinner. Pacific Palisades, 1963 April 18.
  • National Academy of Sciences. Washington, D.C., 1963 April 22-24.
  • Atomic Energy Coordinating Council, Berkeley campus, 1963 April 25.
Box 59

“Tritium water tracing” - Don Boxco Technical High School, 1963 April 30.

 

Calendars

Box 59

Memo calendars, 1964 and 1965.

 

Bank Statements

Box 59

Security First National Bank, 1962 January-1964.

Box 59

Hollywood National Bank account, 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Check stubs with receipts, cancelled checks, deposit slips, statements
Box 59

Security First National Bank, 1964 February-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Blank checks.
 

Personal Correspondence

Box 59

Douglas Aircraft Company I, 1963 January-December.

Box 59

Douglas Aircraft Company II, 1964 January-December.

Box 60

Chemistry Department IV, 1963-1964.

Box 60

A - F, 1964-1965 September.

Box 61

G - M, 1964-1965 September.

Box 61

N - R, 1964-1965 September.

Box 62

S - Z, 1964-1965 September.

Box 62

Duplicate correspondence originated in Dr. Libby's office, 1964 November-1965.

Box 62

Duplicate correspondence, 1965.

Box 63

Boston College, 1965 September 30.

 

Trip Folders, 1965

Box 63

CIA. Washington, D.C., 1965 October 25-26.

Box 63

Space chemistry - American Ceramic Society, 1965 October 27.

Box 63

Denver, Colorado, 1965 November 4-5.

Box 63

JPL meeting, 1965 November 9.

Box 63

Houston, Texas, Manned Space Flight Center, 1965 November 20.

Box 63

Trip to San Francisco and Napa, Dr. and Mrs. Libby, Janet and Susan, 1965 November 21.

Box 63

Washington, D.C., 1965 December 2-6.

Box 63

Los Angeles Urologic Res. convention, 1965 November 19.

Box 63

California Association of Chemistry Teachers, 1965 December 12.

Box 64

Douglas Scientific Directorate, Douglas. Santa Monica, 1965 December 17-18.

Box 64

American Association for the Advancement of Science, Montreal, 1965 December 26-31.

Box 64

CIA, Montreal - Washington, students accompanying, 1965 December 28-29.

 

Calendars

Box 64

Memo calendar, 1966.

 

Personal Correspondence

Box 64

A - R, 1966.

Box 65

S - Z, 1966.

 

Duplicate Correspondence - Outgoing, 1966

Box 65

1966 January-February.

Box 65

1966 March 2-April.

Box 65

1966 April 28-June.

Box 65

1966 June 21-September.

Box 65

1966 September 1-October.

Box 65

1966 November 1-December.

 

Trips, 1965

Box 66

Instrument Society of North America, Sky Trails Restaurant. Northridge, 1965 January 11.

Box 66

Plowshare Advisory Committee, 1965 January 12-13.

Box 66

Leif Erikson Award dinner. Ambassador Hotel, 1965 January 29.

Box 66

Long Range Research Committee on Petroleum. Mobile, Alabama, 1965 January 31-February.

Box 66

Dinner lecture, UCLA Gas Chromatography Week, 1965 February 3.

Box 66

Committee of Selection. Guggenheim Foundation, 1965 February 5-6.

Box 66

AEC projects council meeting. Berkeley, 1965 February 16.

Box 66

SSD meeting, Inglewood AF Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, National Academy of Sciences, 1965 February 17.

Box 66

Webster Committee, Washington, D.C. and Guggenheim Committee, New York, 1965 February 24-27.

Box 66

Space science and the world today, UCLA, 1965 March 1.

Box 66

NASA meeting, Kansas City (Smull), 1965 March 2.

Box 66

Douglas Scientific Directorate. Huntington Beach, 1965 March 4-5.

Box 66

Dr. Milton Burton visit to laboratory, 1965 March 22.

Box 66

Nature of long range interaction in hemoglobin - La Jolla, 1965 March 30-31.

Box 66

Atoms. Radiocarbon [?????].

Scope and Content Note

  • Autonetics[?] speech. Anaheim, 1965 April 2.
  • Newcastle conference on magnetic fields of celestial bodies, England trip, 1965 April 26-May.
Box 67

Space chemistry.

Scope and Content Note

  • ACS. Detroit, 1965 April 5.
  • Colorado - Wyoming bi-state science fair. Boulder, Colorado, 1965 April 9-10.
  • University of Chicago, 1965 April 11-13.
  • Baton Rouge, 1965 April 13-14.
  • AGU 46th annual meeting. Washington, 1965 April 18, 20.
  • Miller conference. North Wales, 1965 April 26-30.
  • International AEC meeting. Vienna, 1965 May 2-3.
  • Bryn Mawr College and Haverford College, 1965 May 5-6.
Boxes 67-68

Atomic chemistry.

Scope and Content Note

  • Central Arizona section. ACS, 1965 May 7.
  • Guiteras Lecture, American Urological Association. New Orleans, 1965 May 12.
  • Alumni Association, 1965 May 15.
  • Southern California Society Archaeological institute of America. California Institute of Technology, 1965 May 19.
  • Texaco and Beacon. New York, 1965 May 24.
  • Society of Aerospace Mat. and Process Eng., 1965 May 27.
  • Dedication of chemistry building. Michigan State University, 1965 June 4-5.
  • Radiocarbon and tritium dating conference, 1965 June 8-11.
  • European trip, Fall [1965?].
  • Douglas Scientific Directorate, Santa Monica, 1965 June 14-15.
Box 68

New materials in space chemistry.

Scope and Content Note

  • 10th AFOSR summer scientific seminar, 1965 June 22.
  • La Jolla, 1965 June 28-29.
  • Esso consulting trip. New Jersey and New York, 1965 July 25-27.
  • Summer High School Teachers' Institute, 1965 July 28.
  • Dr Kovacs' visit here, 1965 August 2.
  • Conference on high pressure. Le Creusot, France (cancelled), 1965 August 2-6.
Box 68

Space chemistry.

Scope and Content Note

  • College of Engineering. Cullen, University of Houston, 1965 August 10.
  • San Fernando Valley AFA (cancelled), 1965 August 18.
  • AGU fifth western national meeting (cancelled), 1965 September 1.
  • La Jolla trip, 1965 September 4-5.
  • Los Alamos Science Laboratory, 1965 September 7.
  • Research colloquium, Sandia Corporation. New Mexico, 1965 September 8.
  • Conference Space Rad. Biology. Berkeley campus, 1965 September 9.
  • Esso visit here, 1965 September 10.
Boxes 68-69

Radiocarbon dating.

Scope and Content Note

  • Whittier Academy of Medicine, 1965 September 13.
  • Anaheim California Civil Defense and Dis. Association, 1965 September 16.
  • College station, 1965 September 17-18.
Box 69

Space chemistry.

Scope and Content Note

  • ACS New Jersey section, 1965 September 27.
  • ISA meeting, Ambassador Hotel, 1965 October 4.
  • Ultra energy and metastable res. program, review SSD, 1965 October 5-6.
  • California Lutheran College. Thousand Oaks, 1965 October 7.
  • Air Force Academy. Colorado Springs, 1965 October 8.
  • Academy of Medicine. Cleveland trip, 1965 October 15.
  • University of New York. Buffalo, 1965 October 11-14.
  • PAC meeting. Las Vegas, 1965 November 9-10.
  • Zeta Beta Tau speech, 1965 October 18.
  • Orange County Science Teachers Association. Fullerton, California, 1965 October 19.
 

Trips, 1966 January 24-1967 January 3

Box 70

Michigan State University, April 28.

Box 70

SCIEC awards meeting, May 10.

Box 70

Esso. Baton Rouge, May 16-17.

Boxes 70-71

Carbon 14.

Scope and Content Note

  • Long Beach Memorial Hospital, May 18.
  • Orange County ACS meeting, May 19.
  • EOS, May 24.
  • Science Editorial Board, Washington, D.C., May 25-26.
  • California Scientist of the Year award banquet. Beverly Hilton (cancelled), May 26.
  • UCLA Bruin Forum luncheon, June 1.
  • Lew Laboratory, NASA. Cleveland, June 6-7.
  • Hemo Group Stanford trip, June 8-10.
  • California Scholastic Federation, June 15.
  • San Francisco - Dr. Teller, June 17.
  • Boston - Pat Payton, June 19.
  • ICCG conference - Pat Payton, June 20-24.
  • EOS, June 21.
  • Summer of '66 (cancelled), June 26.
  • Douglas Scientific Directorate, June 30-July 1.
  • Douglas board meeting, July 8.
  • University of Houston, July 12.
  • Esso. New Jersey, July 13.
  • National Academy luncheon, July 21.
  • American Academy luncheon, July 28.
  • Hollywood Writers luncheon, August 2.
  • Unitarian Church talk, August 7.
  • Washington, D.C., August 7-9.
  • University of Boulder. Boulder, August 11-14.
  • Tel Aviv University. Israel, August 14.
  • Douglas board meeting. Santa Monica, August 17.
  • Symposium at Columbia University, September 8-10.
  • ACS symposium, September 11-17.
  • Scott Carpenter's visit, Jonathan Club, September 19.
  • National Research Council, Ottawa.
  • Douglas board, September 28.
  • CIA. Washington, D.C., October 18.
  • SFVSC, October 18.
Boxes 71-73

Dinner meeting.

Scope and Content Note

  • Pepperdine College, October 18.
  • Chemical Industry Council of Southern California. Ojai Valley Inn, October 20.
  • 75th anniversary convocation and anniversary conference, California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, October 24-27.
  • Senate committee. Oklahoma City, October 25.
  • Douglas board meeting, October 26.
  • Scientific directorate, October 26-28.
  • Visiting fellows program, campus, October 27.
  • AEC. Washington, D.C., November 1-2.
  • Ames Research Center, Moffet Field, November 3.
  • Humble Oil. Houston, November 6-7.
  • Augustine College. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, November 18-19.
  • Douglas board meeting. Huntington Beach, November 21.
  • Ames Research Center - Peter Hamlet, November 21-23.
  • Davis - Livermore trip, November 22-23.
  • AIAA meeting. Boston, 1966 November.
  • Alumni Association. San Francisco, December 3.
  • National Aviation and Aerospace Symposium. New York, December 3-11.
  • University of Iowa, December 4-9.
  • Douglas board meeting. Santa Monica, December 21.
  • Douglas trip. Washington state, December.
  • AFOSR. Washington, D.C., December 12-13.
  • Boulder, December 29-January 3.
  • England, n.d.
  • Esso. Linden, New Jersey, January 24-26.
  • Douglas Scientific directorate. Santa Monica California, January 27-28.
  • Annual science and lecture discussion series, February 2-3.
  • Guggenheim meeting. New York, February 11-12.
  • EOS, February 22.
  • Newcomer section, Faculty Women's Club, February 23.
  • CIA. Washington, D.C., February 27-31.
  • Nuclear Science and Engineering Fellowship Board meeting, 1966 February 28-March.
  • Firestone. Cleveland, March 2.
  • Batelle. Columbus, March 4.
  • Guggenheim meeting. New York, March 5.
Box 73

Speech.

Scope and Content Note

  • Stanford University, March 10.
  • American Chemical Society. Berkeley, March 14.
  • University of Missouri, March 22.
  • Esso. New Jersey, March 28-29.
  • Douglas Scientific Directorate, April 6-7.
  • Los Angeles - Denver, April 8-10.
  • Esso. Baytown, Texas, April 14.
  • UCLA regional conference, April 16.
  • Don Bosco Technical Institute senior banquet speech, April 19.
 

Outgoing Correspondence

Box 74

September 1-October 31.

Box 74

November 1-December 31.

Box 74

July 1-August 31.

Box 74

May 1-June 30.

Box 74

March 1-April 30.

Box 74

January 1-February 28.

 

Miscellaneous Past Visitors to WFL Labs

Box 74

1965-1966.

Box 75

Michaelis, Dr. E.G., 1967 October.

Box 75

Fletcher, Dr. C.J.M., October 26.

Box 75

Reed, Thomas, 1967 September.

Box 75

Surkov, Dr. Y.A., 1967 September.

Box 75

Ball, Donald, 1967 September.

Box 75

Brash, J.W., 1967 June.

Box 75

Crossett, Dr. Robert N., 1967 July.

Box 75

Bergmann, Ernst D., 1967 May.

Box 75

Moreno, Dr. Augusto, 1967 July.

Box 75

McTaggert, 1967 April.

Box 75

Hodgson, 1967 March.

Box 75

Wolfgang, Richard L., 1967 February.

Box 75

Yugoslav, 1967 September.

Box 75

Lindholm, 1967 August.

 

Trips, 1967

Box 75

San Francisco State College (cancelled), 1967 December 28.

Box 75

RESA (ESSA). Boulder, Colorado.

Box 75

La Jolla, 1967 December 9.

Box 75

UCLA symposium, 1967 December 11-12.

Box 75

International Student Center party. Beverly Hilton, 1967 December 8.

Box 75

Texas A & M University. Houston, Texas, 1967 December 4.

Box 75

25th Anniversary. (Enrico Fermi), Chicago, 1967 December 1-2.

Box 75

American Geographical Society. New York, New York, 1967 November 11-30.

Box 75

Boulder, 1967 November 23.

Box 75

Denver - Sacramento (UC Davis), 1967 November 22-26.

Box 75

Department of Organismic Biology. UC Irvine, 1967 November 17.

Box 75

University of Southern California. University Park, Los Angeles, 1967 November 16.

Box 75

San Bernardino Valley College, 1967 November 15.

Box 75

State College of Iowa. Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1967 November 9-10.

Box 75

Colorado College. Colorado Springs, 1967 November 7-8.

Box 76

Denver Research institute. Denver, Colorado, 1967 November 8.

Box 76

University of Colorado. Boulder, 1967 November 6.

Box 76

ESSO. Linden, New Jersey, 1967 November 1-3.

Box 76

Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spec. Disneyland, 1967 October 30-31.

Box 76

California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, 1967 October 28.

Box 76

AIAA meeting. Anaheim, 1967 October 27.

Box 76

Application of Science of Medieval Archaeology. UCLA, 1967 October 27.

Box 76

Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, 1967 October 25-26.

Box 76

SAACS. UCLA, 1967 October 20.

Box 76

Roanoke College. Salem, Virginia, 1967 October 23-24.

Box 76

Notre Dame University. Indiana, 1967 October 16.

Box 76

Boulder, Colorado, 1967 October 13.

Box 76

Roddis Nuclear Panel. Washington, D.C., 1967 October 11-13.

Box 76

Albuquerque, October 9-11.

Box 76

Livermore, 1967 October 5.

Box 76

Scientific Directorate. Los Angeles, 1967 October 2-3.

Boxes 77-78

Carbon 14 tenth anniversary.

Scope and Content Note

  • La Jolla, 1967 September 22.
  • Meeting with J. Walston, San Francisco, 1867 September 21
  • California Club (cancelled, regrets sent), 1967 September 20.
  • Italian president, Beverly Hilton (cancelled), 1967 September 20.
  • Boulder, Colorado - Los Alamos Laboratory, 1967 September 15-19.
  • Smog Board, San Diego, 1967 September 12-13.
  • San Francisco - Berkeley, 1967 September 7-10.
  • New England Institute, 1967 September.
  • University of Colorado, Boulder, 1967 August 25.
  • Criteria and Test Procedures Committee meeting, Los Angeles International Airport, 1967 August 24.
  • Institute on World Affairs, San Diego State College, 1967 August 18.
  • Douglas structural engineering lecture, Los Angeles, 1967 April 14.
  • ESSO, Linden, New Jersey, 1967 August 8-9.
  • Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., 1967 August 7.
  • Denver Research Center / Marathon Oil Company seminar, Littleton, Colorado, 1967 July 27.
  • Summer Science Institute, North Dakota, 1967 July 24-25.
  • Colorado State University seminar, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1967 July 18.
  • Colorado State University, Boulder, Colorado, 1967 July 13-14.
  • ASEE - NASA Summer Faculty Fellowship Program. Houston, Texas, 1967 July 9-11.
  • Scientific Directorate, St.Louis, 1967 June 29-30.
  • AAS Pacific Division, Western Society of Soil Science, Faculty Center, 1967 June 21.
  • Douglas Management Club, Sacramento Test Center, 1967 June 20.
  • Society of Nuclear Medicine Nuclear Pioneer Lecture, Seattle, 1967 June 20-23.
  • Nucleic acids symposium, Santa Monica (cancelled), 1967 June 15-16.
  • Nucleic acids symposium,Santa Monica (cancelled), 1967 June 15-16.
  • American Nuclear Society meeting, San Diego, 1967 June 12-15.
  • Boulder, Colorado, 1967 June 2-4.
  • U.S. Civil Service Commission, Berkeley, 1967 May 26.
  • Denver Research Institute, University of Denver colloquium, 1967 May 19.
  • ESSO, New Jersey, 1967 May 17-18.
  • Roddis Nuclear Panel, Washington, D. C., 1967 May 15-16.
  • Friends of Brandeis University, Beverly Hilton dinner, 1967 May 11.
  • UCLA Alumni Association conference, UCLA campus, 1967 May 6.
  • General Advisory Committee dinner, Washington, D. C., 1967 April 30-May.
  • Student Current Affairs Forum, Golden West College, Westminster, California, 1967 April 21.
  • Douglas annual meeting, Beverly Hilton, 1967 April 19.
  • Explorers Club, 1967 April 17.
  • Denver, Colorado, 1967 April 14-16.
  • Roddis Nuclear Panel, 1967 April 11-12.
  • University of Georgia (cancelled), 1967 April 7.
 

Trips, 1977

Boxes 79-82

[No further description available], 1977.

 

Trips, 1967

Box 83

Douglas Scientific Directorate meeting, 1967 March 30-31.

Box 83

Meeting with Walston, San Francisco, 1967 March 29.

Box 83

Hanford (did not attend), 1967 March 28.

Box 83

UCLA dinner talk, 1967 March 27.

Box 83

Stanford University, Denver University, Boulder University, Plowshare, 1967 March 16.

Box 83

ESSO, New Jersey - Peter Hamlet, 1967 March 11.

Box 83

Radioactive Dating conference, Monaco, 1967 March 2-10.

Box 83

San Diego, 1967 February 22.

Box 83

Guggenheim Committee of Selection, New York - Denver, 1967 February 17-18.

Box 83

Space Science Laboratories, Litton Industries, 1967 February 15.

Box 83

International Edison Birthday, Deleb-Seci. Youth Day, Michigan and Chicago, 1967 February 11.

Box 83

ESSO, Long Range Research Committee meeting, Boulder, 1967 January 30-31.

Box 83

ESSO trip, 1967 January 9-10.

Box 83

Department seminar, 1967 January 18.

Box 83

Explorers Club meeting, 1967 January 16.

Box 83

Campus College Student for a Day, 1967 January 8.

 

Bills

Box 84

1968 January 1-December.

Box 84

General Telephone, 1966-1968.

Box 84

Faculty Center Association, 1966-1968.

Box 84

Cosmos Club, 1966-1968.

Box 84

Bel Air Travel, 1966-1968.

Box 84

Associated Students, 1966-1968.

Box 84

Hertz, 1965-1968.

Box 84

Paid bills A - Z, 1966-1968.

Box 84

Purchase order log.

Box 84

Books and subscriptions, 1966-1968.

 

Purchase Order Files

Box 85

Bank records, 1966-1968.

 

Personal Correspondence

Box 86

A, 1968.

Box 86

Altman, Dr. Robert (Berkeley).

Box 86

B, 1968.

Box 86

Shri Jagdish Bahadur.

Box 86

Barter, Cyril.

Box 86

Beyer, Klaus D.

Box 86

C, 1968.

Box 86

Celiv, Dr. Gene.

Box 86

Crank letters.

Box 86

D, 1968.

Box 86

E, 1968.

Box 86

F, 1968.

Box 87

Fong, Dr. Peter.

Box 87

G, 1968.

Box 87

Gawad file.

Box 87

Grosse, Aristid V.

Box 87

K Das Gupta.

Box 87

H, 1968.

Box 87

I, 1968.

Box 87

J, 1968.

Box 87

Joy, Hubert.

Box 87

K, 1968.

Box 87

L, 1968.

Box 87

M, 1968.

Box 87

Marin, Carlos.

Box 87

Martell, E.A.

Box 87

Menzinger, Dr. Michael.

Box 87

N, 1968.

Box 87

Nath, Dr. Amar.

Box 87

O, 1968.

Box 88

Oak Ridge Nuclear Science and Engineering Fellowship Board.

Box 88

P, 1968.

Box 88

Q, 1968.

Box 88

R, 1968.

Box 88

Reynolds Metal Company.

Box 88

T.A. Rafter - Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Box 88

Rockefeller.

Box 88

S, 1968.

Box 88

T, 1968.

Box 88

TV series - Prism Productions, Incorporated.

Box 88

U, 1968.

Box 88

V, 1968.

Box 88

W, 1968.

Box 88

Ward, Jr., Thomas G.

Box 88

X - Z, 1968.

Box 88

A, 1967.

Box 88

B, 1967.

Box 88

C, 1967.

Box 88

D, 1967.

Box 89

E, 1967.

Box 89

F, 1967.

Box 89

Fact.

Box 89

Douglas Aircraft.

Box 89

G, 1967.

Box 89

H, 1967.

Box 89

I, 1967.

Box 89

J, 1967.

Box 89

K, 1967.

Box 89

L, 1967.

Box 89

M, 1967.

Box 89

N, 1967.

Box 90

O, 1967.

Box 90

P, 1967.

Box 90

R, 1867.

Box 90

S, 1967.

Box 90

T, 1967.

Box 90

U, 1967.

Box 90

V, 1967.

Box 90

W, 1967.

Box 90

X - Z, 1967.

 

Manuscript Folders, April 1965-January 1968

Box 90

Douglas Aircraft V.

Box 90

“How to get the most out of science, particularly the atom.”

Box 90

Positive ion chemistry VIII: “Further evidence for ionic dimerization of aliphatic hydrocarbons.”

Box 90

“Space chemistry.”

Box 90

Reprints, “Science in the 60s.”

Box 90

“Chemistry of positive ions” VII.

Box 91

“Photochemical processes in photosynthesis.”

Box 91

“Radiation-born chemistry.”

Box 91

“Radiocarbon dating and paleomagnetism.”

Box 91

“Tritium in the Mount Everest ice.”

Box 91

“Man's placement in the physical universe.”

Box 91

“D2O analysis.”

Box 91

“The effects of high hydrostatic pressure on coliphage t-4.”

Box 91

Hemoglobin (4).

Box 92

“Atomic science” - abstract.

Box 92

“Electron tunnelling.”

Box 93

“Life in space.”

Box 93

“Physical chemistry.”

Box 93

“The prospects for Plowshare” (Stanford).

Box 93

“Detection of gamma ray line emission above the atmosphere.”

Box 93

“Electron tunnelling” - communication to the editor (JACS).

Box 93

“The history of radiocarbon dating” (Monaco).

Box 93

“Nuclear energy and economic growth in Latin America.”

Box 93

“Source of Io's wake.”

Box 93

“Stimulation of Jupiter's radio emission by its moon Io.”

Box 93

“Possible protection against damage to tissue from ionizing radiation by electron transfer from automatic groups.”

Box 93

“Space chemistry,” McGraw-Hill yearbook.

Box 93

“Melting points at high compressions from zero compression properties through the Kennedy relation.”

Box 93

Positive ion chemistry VI: “Positive ion chemistry in solid methande.”

Box 93

“Tritium geophysics from 1961-1962” tests.

Box 93

“A glimpse into the future” - Berkeley.

Box 93

“UCLA space program,” abstract.

Box 93

“Effect of precession of the earth's axis on Egyptian history.”

Box 93

“Science and university book for nuclear applications.”

Box 94

“Chemistry in space” - JPL.

Box 94

“Isomeric transition chemistry.”

Box 94

“Electron in box theory for metal atom clusters.”

Box 94

“Chemical ionization mass spectrometry pamphlet.”

Box 94

Air Force report, June 1967.

Box 94

“What Berkeley did for me.”

Box 94

“The origin of the earth's atmosphere in the light of the Venus data.”

Box 94

“Atomic chemistry.”

Box 95

“Radio refection by free radicals in the earth's atmosphere.”

Box 95

“Space chemistry,” abstract.

Box 95

“The worth of the space program for science.”

Box 95

“The future prospects for nuclear civil engineering” - topic 18.

Box 95

“Use of tritium to measure movement of groundwater TWD irrigation wells in W. Fresno city.”

Box 95

“Tunnelling theory of the long range interaction in hemoglobin.”

Box 95

“Polymer production by the Auger effect in gamma radiolysis of methane in liquid argon.”

Box 95

“The possibility of producing atomic carbon and using it chemically.”

Box 95

Galley-proof, Welch Foundation conference.

Box 95

Encyclopedia Brittanica article.

Box 95

UCLA radiocarbon dates VIII.

Box 95

“Dust blowing by the solar wind.”

 

Bio-Biblio Information and Reprints

Box 96

Herbert S. Gutowsky.

Box 96

Murray Gell - Mann.

Box 97

Richard L. Wolfgang.

 

Reports and Correspondence

Box 98

Lockheed propulsion - correspondence.

Box 98

Reynold's aluminum - reports and correspondence.

Box 98

Sanders Nuclear Corporation.

Box 98

Electro Optical Systems, Incorporated.

Box 100

KABC consultation.

Box 100

Johnston, Fergusson, Vestal, Incorporated (JFV Research Institute Co.).

 

Explorer's Club

Box 100

Nomination for membership, 1967 - Robert B.

Box 100

Nomination for membership, 1968 - Dr. Lewis Larmore, McDonnell Douglas.

Box 100

Correspondence, 1965-1968.

Box 101

Explorer's Research Corporation correspondence, 1966-1967.

 

American Chemical Society

Box 101

Miscellaneous correspondence and bulletins, 1964-1968.

Box 101

Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry - Richard Wolfgang.

Box 102

Award for Nuclear Applications in Chemistry - Richard Wolfgang, 1964.

Box 102

Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics - Dr. George Kennedy, 1965.

Box 102

E.O. Lawrence Award - R. Wolfgang and S. Rowland, 1966.

Box 102

Award for Nuclear Applications in Chemistry - R. Wolfgang, 1965-1967.

Box 102

Willard Gibbs Medal - Henry Eyring, 1967.

Box 102

ACS Award in Pure Chemistry - Mostafa A. El-Sayed, 1967.

Box 102

Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity Award in Pure Chemistry - M.A. El-Sayed, 1968.

Box 102

Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry - Dr. James Arnold, 1968 and 1969.

Box 102

Richard Tolman Award - Dr. Saul Winstein, 1969.

Box 102

Irving Langmuir Award - J.L. Franklin (seconding letter), 1969.

Box 102

Award in Pure Chemistry - M.A. El-Sayed, 1969.

Box 102

Leo Hendrik Baekland Award - Larry Kevan, 1969.

 

Miscellaneous

Box 102

Calendars, 1967 and 1968.

Box 102

International journal of space biology and medicine (Editorial board).

Box 103

Hertz Foundation.

Box 103

Bookbinding.

Box 103

Republican campaign, 1968.

Box 103

Rhodes scholarship.

Box 103

Regents' scholarship.

Box 103

Worth Publishers, Incorporated.

Box 103

Wenner-Gren Foundation for anthropological Research.

Box 103

University of Colorado.

Box 103

Southern California Academy of Science.

Box 103

Society for the Family of Man.

Box 103

Library of Congress.

Box 103

The Presidium of Urania Berlin.

Box 103

President's Committee on the National Medal of Science.

Box 103

PSCF Arches of Science Award - Dr. Phillip Abelson, 1968.

Box 103

Oliver Wendell Holmes Association.

Box 104

American Nuclear Society - Miscellaneous correspondence, 1964-1967.

Box 104

Civil Defense Forum - Washington, D.C., 1966.

Box 104

Albert Einstein Medal and Prize candidations, 1970.

Box 104

Committee for Atomic Canal.

Box 104

J. Robert Oppenheimer annual memorial prize nomination - George Gamow, 1968.

Box 104

The Clark Foundation.

Box 104

Advisory council on college Chemistry.

Box 104

Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity.

Box 104

Humble Oil Company.

Box 104

Nuclear Science Curriculum Project - Dr. James Cameron.

 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Box 104

Abraham Robinson nomination, 1966.

Box 104

Neil Jacoby nomination, 1966.

Box 104

Chauncey Starr nomination.

Box 104

Dr. Howard Reiss nomination, 1968.

Box 104

Miscellaneous nominations, 1964-1968.

Box 104

Miscellaneous correspondence and bulletins, 1968.

Box 105

Miscellaneous correspondence and bulletins, 1954-1966.

Box 105

Subcommittee on Radiochemistry.

 

Trips and Engagements, 1968

Box 105

Cleveland Case Western Reserve University, 1968 January 4.

Box 105

University of Washington, Seattle, 1968 January 5.

Box 105

Richland, Washington Science Seminar Center for Graduate Study, 1968 January 8.

Box 105

Scientific Direct Edgewater Marina hotel, 1968 January 10-12.

Box 105

University of California Extension, Berkeley - Ames Research Center, 1968 January 12.

Box 105

Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, 1968 January 18.

Box 105

Air Resources Board (434 S. San Pedro Street). Los Angeles, 1968 January 22.

Box 105

UC Riverside, 1968 January 24.

Box 105

NASA Committee meeting, JPL, 1968 January 26.

Box 105

Esso Research and Engineering Company. Gulf Hills, Mississippi, 1968 January 28-30.

Box 105

Guggenheim Foundation, 1968 February 1-3.

Box 105

Boulder, Colorado, 1968 February 3.

Box 106

Air Resources Board. Sacramento, 1968 February 8.

Box 106

Executive Seminar Center. Berkeley, 1968 February 9.

Box 106

Science Editorial Board. Washington, D.C., 1968 February 15.

Box 106

WINCON '68 - International Hotel. Los Angeles, 1968 February 15.

Box 106

Guggenheim foundation, February 23.

Box 106

Boulder trip, 1968 February 24.

Box 106

University Cooperative housing Association (500 Landfair), 1968 February 29.

Box 106

Boulder, 1968 March 1.

Box 106

Esso, Poconos, Long Range Research meeting, 1968 March 3-6.

Box 106

Air Resources Board,Sacramento, 1968 March 14.

Box 107

Explorers Club, Palm Springs, 1968 March 15.

Box 107

Financial Analysts' conference, 1968 March 19.

Box 107

Boulder, 1968 March 22.

Box 107

Indiana university, Bloomington, 1968 March 26.

Box 107

Centennial Lecture series - UCLA, 1968 April 1.

Box 107

Division of Chemical Education, University of Southern Florida, 1968 April 2.

Box 107

JPL seminar, 1:30, 1968 April 10.

Box 107

Plowshare, Las Vegas, Nevada - AEC, 1968 April 15.

Box 107

Air Resources Board. San Francisco, 1968 April 16.

Box 107

Boulder, 1968 April 19.

Box 107

Denver - New York - Los Angeles, Esso. Linden, New Jersey, 1968 April 21-23.

Box 107

Artist Lecture series - Chapman College. Orange, California, 1968 April 28.

Box 107

Iowa State College, 1968 April 29-30.

Box 108

Summit Management TF - Houston, Texas, 1968 May 1-2.

Box 108

IGPP Annual Tech. conference, Riverside, 1968 May 3.

Box 108

UCLA Alumni of Ventura County, Saticoy Country Club, 1968 May 9.

Box 108

Air Resources Board. Los Angeles, 1968 May 14.

Box 108

Walson, dinner meeting, Windjammer, Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, 1968 May 15.

Box 108

Roddis Nuclear Panel. Washington, D.C., 1968 May 17.

Box 108

Denver, 1968 May 18.

Box 108

Douglas scientific directorate. Huntington Beach, 1968 May 22-24.

Box 108

Regents' scholarship organization. UCLA, 1968 May 27.

Box 108

Explorers' Club, Jonathan Club. Los Angeles, 1968 June 3.

Box 108

Air Resources Board. San Diego, 1968 June 18.

Box 109

Health Physics Society, 1968 June 19.

Box 109

Water Resources Conference, Joel Leventhal, 1968 June 24.

Box 109

4th international symposium, San Antonio, Texas - Bioastronautics and the exploration of space, 1968 June 24.

Box 109

Boulder, 1968 July.

Box 109

Esso. Linden, New Jersey, 1968 July 8-9.

Box 109

DRI. Denver, 1968 July 11.

Box 109

AAS. Denver, 1968 July 15.

Box 109

Air Resources Board,Sacramento, 1968 July 17.

Box 109

San Diego State, 1968 July 17.

Box 109

New York Industrial Research, Editorial Advisory Board meeting. New York Hilton, 1968 July 18-19.

Box 109

University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1968 July 20.

Box 109

Houston, Texas - ASEE-NASA summer faculty institute, University of Houston, 1968 July 23.

Box 110

Vienna trip, 1968 August.

Box 110

UC Irvine Extension Division, 1968 August 2.

Box 110

High School Teachers of Summer Institute. UCLA, 1968 August 2.

Box 110

Summit Management corporation. Houston, Texas, 1968 August 5.

Box 110

Vienna, NASA conference on Exploration and Peaceful Uses of outer Space, 1968 August 14-27.

Box 110

Vienna trip information, 1968 August 16-26.

Box 110

University of Pennsylvania, conference on CO2, 1968 August 19.

Box 110

Roddis Nuclear Panel, Washington, 1968 August 26-27.

Box 110

McDonnell - Douglas. St. Louis, Missouri, 1968 September 4.

Box 111

Science Advisory Council, 1968 September 4-6.

Box 111

Air Resources Board. San Francisco, 1968 September 17-18.

 

Guggenheim

Box 111

Correspondence, general, 1966-1967.

 

Science

Box 111

Science editorial board, 1967.

 

Miscellaneous

Box 112

Thirteenth annual public utility survey.

Box 112

Dominion.

Box 112

Interaction between man, earth and the Universe - C.D.J. Generales.

Box 112

The Vortex, 1962 September.

Box 112

Museum Association quarterly, Los Angeles County Museum, 1961 (vol.17 no.3).

Box 112

Field Enterprises Educational Corporation, 1965.

Box 112

Electron and energy transfer in irradiated xenon-hexane liquid solutions.

Box 112

Correspondence.

Box 112

Nature of the chemical reactivity of radiobromine atoms produced by isomeric transition - Kanzanjian and Libby.

Box 112

The mechanism of the self-induced labeling of methand by tritium gas - W.F. Libby.

Box 112

Plans for the third and fourth years of A program to establish the AFOSR program for space chemistry.

Box 112

Reactions of thermal carbon atoms.

Box 112

Mailing list.

Box 112

Fallout helps weather studies.

Box 112

Final report for the first year on A program to establish the AFOSR program for space chemistry.

Box 112

Search for natural Cm247.

Box 112

Carbon 14 dating.

Box 112

Radiobiology - radiocarbon dating.

Box 112

Effect of surface geometry on radiation emission.

Box 112

Neutronium and cosmology.

Box 112

Berkeley radiochemistry.

Box 112

Science and manned spacecraft.

Box 112

Book reviews.

Box 112

University of Chicago Institute for Nuclear Studies.

Box 112

Bulletin of the Atomic scientists.

Box 112

The Physics teacher (vol.3 no.3), 1965 March.

Box 112

Robert A. Welch Foundation - W.T. Doherty.

 

NAS

Box 112

Correspondence, 1964-1966.

Box 113

Correspondence, 1967-1968.

Box 113

Reports, 1964-1967.

 

Trips and Engagements, 1968

Box 114

JPL committee meeting, JPL Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, California, 1968 September 19.

Box 114

International symposium. Monte Carlo, Monaco, 1968 September 22-December.

Box 114

Esso Research and Engineering Company. Linden, New Jersey, 1968 October 3-5.

Box 114

Boulder, Colorado, 1968 October 5.

Box 114

California State, Long Beach, Space Chemistry, 1968 October 7.

Box 114

Air Resources Board, State of California special meeting. San Pedro, 1968 October 8.

Box 114

Union Oil Company research center. Brea, California, 1968 October 10.

Box 114

Science Center Speech, Buena Vista College. Storm Lake, Iowa, 1968 October 17.

Box 114

Explorers' Club. Los Angeles, 1968 October 23.

Box 114

Federal Council for Science and Technology. Washington, D.C., 1968 October 28-29.

Box 114

Organic analysis symposium. Washington, D.C., 1968 October 29.

Box 114

Catholic University. Washington, D.C., 1968 October 29.

Box 114

Colorado State University. Fort Collins, Colorado, 1968 November 1.

Box 114

High temperature symposium. Houston, Texas, 1968 November 6.

Box 114

Northern Arizona University chemistry department. Flagstaff, Arizona, 1968 November 9.

Box 114

American Chemical society talk. Detroit section, Engineering Society of Detroit, 1968 November 11-12.

Box 114

University of Southern Florida, Tampa, science dedication ceremonies speech center, 1968 November 15.

Box 114

Handicapped children benefit. Hilton Hotel, 1968 November 16.

Box 114

Summit management. Houston, Texas, 1968 November 17-18.

Box 115

Air Resources Board. Riverside, 1968 November 20.

Box 115

Plowshare. Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1968 November 21-22.

Box 115

Edison Foundation, 17th Science institute, Bentley College. Boston, Massachusetts, 1968 November 25.

Box 115

Jet Propulsion Laboratory visiting committee, 1968 December 5-6.

Box 115

California Museum of Science and Industry Junior Science Symposium, 8th annual. Los Angeles, 1968 December 6.

Box 115

Essor Research and Engineering Company. Linden, New Jersey, 1968 December 12-13.

Box 115

Washington, D.C. Phil Abelson.

Box 115

Rand Corporation Academic Advisory Board, 1968 December 20.

Box 115

AAAS symposium. Dallas, Texas, 1968 December 26-27.

 

Personal Correspondence

Box 115

Aldridge, Fred, 1968.

Box 115

Ammerman, William, 1968.

Box 115

Budger, Aaron B, 1968.

Box 115

Darnell, Al, 1968.

Box 115

A - C, 1969.

Box 116

D - Z, 1969.

 

American Academy of Achievement, 1967-1969

Box 117

[No further description available].

 

WFL Advisor or Consultant

Box 117

American Association for the Advancement of Science. Bulletin, 1966-1969.

Box 117

American Association for the Advancement of Science. Science magazine, 1965-1969.

Box 117

American Committee for the Weitzman institute of Science, 1965, 1967-1969.

Box 117

American Geological Institute, 1968.

Box 117

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1968-1969.

Box 117

American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1969.

Box 117

American Institute of Chemists - Miscellaneous correspondence, 1969-1970.

Box 117

American Nuclear Society - Miscellaneous, 1968-1969.

Box 117

American Nuclear society - Correspondence, 1970.

Box 117

American Philosophical Society, 1964-1969.

Box 118

Brigham Young university - Bibliography on high pressure in physics and chemistry, 1969.

Box 118

California legislature Science advisory council, 1969.

Box 118

CEDAM internation, 1968.

Box 118

Center for Theoretical Studies, 1966-1969.

 

Cosmos Club

Box 118

Annual reports, 1967-1969.

Box 118

Bulletins, 1966-1969.

Box 118

Bulletins, 1970- .

Box 118

Bylaws and house rules, 1962, 1966, 1969.

Box 118

Correspondence, 1964-1969.

Box 118

Douglas Aircraft - Correspondence, 1967-1969.

Box 119

Esso Research and Engineering Company, 1969.

 

Explorers' Club

Box 119

Membership lists, 1966-1969.

Box 119

Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1969-1970.

Box 119

Newsletters, 1968.

Box 119

Guggenheim Committee of Selection, 1967.

Box 120

Guggenheim Committee of Selection, 1968-1969.

Box 120

Guggenheim Foundation - Bulletins, 1968-1970.

Box 120

Guggenheim Foundation - Correspondence, general, 1968-1969.

Box 120

Geochemical news, 1966-1969.

Box 120

Geological Society of America, 1967, 1969.

Box 120

Heidelberg Academy of Sciences, 1969.

Box 120

Industrial Research Incorporated - Correspondence, 1967-1969.

Box 120

Industrial Research Incorporated - Editorial advisory board brochures, 1967-1970.

Box 120

Industrial Research Incorporated - Oceanology, 1968-1969.

Box 120

International Science notes - Department of State, 1969.

Box 120

Isotope Foundation - Correspondence, 1965-1969.

Box 121

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1968-1969.

Box 121

Louisiana State University, 1968-1969.

Box 121

National Bureau of Standards, 1969.

Box 121

National Council of Scholars advisory board - David N. Rowe, 1968-1969.

Box 121

National Science Foundation - Correspondence, 1967-1969.

Box 121

Nobel Prize winners - Correspondence, 1960-1969.

Box 121

Nuclear Systems Corporation, 1968-1969.

Box 121

SCALACS, 1971.

Box 121

Scientific Research Instruments Corporation, 1968.

Box 121

Scientific Research Instruments Corporation - Proposal for basic studies on coal gasification and sulfur, 1967.

Box 122

Society of Aerospace Material and Process Engineers, 1965-1970.

Box 122

Southern California Academy of Sciences - Bulletins, 1968-1970.

Box 122

Summit Management and Research Corporation, 1968, 1970-1971.

 

Journal Articles, 1968

Boxes 123-127

[No further description available].

 

Trips

Boxes 128-135

[No further description available].

 

Reports, Printed Material: Air Resources Board

Boxes 136-138

[No further description available].

 

Air Resources Board, Trips

Boxes 139

[No further description available].

 

Trips

Boxes 140-144, 147-173

[No further description available].

 

Trips, Including Air Resources Board, 1970

Boxes 145-146

[No further description available].

 

Student Research, etc., ca. 1969-72

Box 174

[No further description available].

 

Hemoglobin research and WFL's Theories

Boxes 175-181

[No further description available].

 

AFOSR Program for Space Chemistry at UCLA - Reports

Box 182

[No further description available].

 

KRA Canal Complex (Thailand), 1973

Box 182

Survey reports.

 

Hemoglobin Files

Boxes 183-186

[No further description available].

 

UCLA Courses

Box 187

Examinations, student papers, and correspondence, 1961-1963.

 

UCLA[?] Examinations, 1963-1969

Box 188

1963-1966.

Box 189

1966-1967.

Box 190

1967-1969.

Box 191

1969.

 

Consultant Job Files

Boxes 191-192

[No further description available].

Physical Description: Fragile, because of fire damage.
 

Grant Applications

Boxes 192-193

[No further description available].

 

Chemistry Examination Papers, 1948

Box 193

[No further description available].

 

Research Material

Boxes 195-197

Correspondence, note, publications. Various topics.

Box 197

Metallic diamond.

Box 198

Metallic diamond, nose cone (missiles) and plasma torch.

Box 201

Super conductivity and synthetic diamonds - Clippings, printed and photocopy material.

Box 202

Synthetic diamonds.

Scope and Content Note

Printed and other material.
Box 203

Thermal carbon chemistry.

Scope and Content Note

Printed and other material.
Box 206

Smog.

 

Plowshare Advisory Committee

Box 199

Correspondence and papers, 1970s.

Box 200

Correspondence, clippings, printed items and notes re smog.

 

Air Resource Board

Box 204

Reports, correspondence, papers.

Box 205

Reports and printed material.

 

WFL's Job Appointments

Box 206

[No further description available].

 

Personal Files

Boxes 207-209

[No further description available].

 

Trips and Engagements

Box 209

1973 January-March.

Box 210

1973 March-May.

Box 211

1973 May-July.

Box 212

1973 July-October.

Box 213

1973 November-December.

Box 213

1974 January-February.

Box 213

1974 February-April.

Boxes 214-215

1974 April-June.

Box 216

1974 June-September.

Boxes 217-218

1974 September-November.

Box 219

1975 January-February.

Box 220

1975 March-August.

Box 221

1975 August-November.

Box 222

1975 December.

Box 222

1976 January-February.

Box 223

1976 February-April.

Box 224

1976 April-June.

Box 225

1976 July-September.

Box 226

1976 October-November.

 

WFL's Writings

Box 227

1972 March-July.

Box 228

1972 July-December.

Box 229

1972 November-1973.

Box 230

1973 May.

Box 231

1973 May-1974.

Box 232

1974 March-June.

Box 233

1974 July-October.

Box 234

1975 August-1976.

Box 235

1975 August-1976.

 

Research

Boxes 236-242

[No further description available].

 

Printed Items, Reports

Box 242

[No further description available].

 

USAEC Plowshare Program Reports

Box 243

[No further description available].

 

Nuclear Explosive Peaceful Applications

Box 244

Various reports.

 

Project Oil Sand, Alberta, Canada

Box 245

Reports.

 

UCLA[?]

Box 245

Student dissertations.

 

Trips and Engagements[?]

Box 245

8th international conference on radiocarbon dating. New Zealand, 1972.

 

Research[?]

Box 246

Conference proceedings - Primarily relating to the Climatic Impact Assessment Program, 1972.

 

WFL Miscellaneous Printed Material

Box 247

1941-1966.

Box 248

1966-1971.

Box 249

1971.

Box 249

“The peaceful atom” - Manuscript and papers.

Box 249

Certificate of WFL's election to register of prominent Americans.

 

Patent Files (Los Angeles)

 

Research Notes

Box 250

[No further description available].

 

List of Speeches by WFL[?]

Box 250

[No further description available].

 

Offprints of articles by WFL

Boxes 251-252

[No further description available].

 

Notebooks

 

Tritium Survey

Box 253

vol.2-4.

Box 253

vol.4-7.

Box 254

vol.8-14.

Box 255

Tritium counting, vol.16-24 [gaps].

Box 256

Tritium electrolysis, vol.8-14 [gaps].

Box 257

Tritium electrolysis, vol.15-17.

Box 257

Miscellaneous - 3 vol.

 

Correspondence, Printed Material and Notes

Box 258

Some relates to Libby laboratories, etc., 1970s.

 

Memorabilia

Box 260

Memorabilia - Primarily citations and awards.

Box 261

[No further description available].

Scope and Content Note

Includes some 3-dimensional items.
Box 262

3-dimensional items.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Joseph Priestly Award, 1959, and plaque struck in, 1951 from the original model produced by Josiah Wedgewood in, 1779.
Box 263

3-dimensional items.

 

Printed Material

Boxes 264-270

[No further description available].

 

Slides

Box 271

[No further description available].

 

Photographs

Boxes 271

[No further description available].

 

Certificates and Awards

Box 271

[No further description available].

 

Slides

Box 272

[No further description available].

 

Tape Recordings

Box 272

[No further description available].

Scope and Content Note

Mostly cassettes.
 

Film

Box 272

[No further description available].

 

Slides

Boxes 273-274

[No further description available].

 

Academic Robes and Other Personal Items

Boxes 275-276

[No further description available].

 

Course Papers

Box 277

Chemistry, nuclear chemistry and geology, 1972-1975.

Box 278

AEC - Correspondence, 1964-1969.

Box 278

AEC. Plowshare - Miscellaneous, 1961-1967.

Box 278

AEC - DOD. WFL clearance information.

Box 278

American Security Council.

Box 278

Task Force on Air.

 

Research Material

Box 278

Industrial - “1-R100” entry forms, 1971.

 

Research

Box 278

Industrial research entries, old.

Box 279

WFL's nominations and recommendations for awards.

 

Correspondence[?]

Box 280

Guggenheim - Wolfgang, Richard, etc., 1972[?].

 

Certificates and Awards

Box 281

[No further description available].

 

Film, Recording

Box 282

[No further description available].

 

Tapes, Cassettes

Box 283

[No further description available].

 

Tapes, Cassettes, Certificates

Box 284

[No further description available].

 

Tapes, Video

Box 285

Memorial symposia.

 

Glass Slides

 

[No further description available].

Note

[ not in SRLF, dl 4/94 ]
 

Lab Plans

Box 288

[No further description available].

Note

Damaged
 

Motion Picture

Box 289

Industrial application of radioisotopes.

 

Film, Certificates, Awards, Album

Box 290

[No further description available].

NAS