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Guide to the Victor Lenzen Papers, [ca. 1904-1975]
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Key to Arrangement

Boxes 1-4

Letters written to Lenzen

Scope and Content Note

Include letters from colleagues, friends and organizations relating to his research on the life of works of Charles S. and Benjamin Peirce; classical archeology, mainly the figure of Dionysos on textiles; service on University of California committees; and his publications, lectures and speeches on physics and philosophy. Arranged alphabetically. A partial list of correspondents follows the Key to Arrangement. Unlisted letters are arranged alphabetically in miscellanies preceding each letter of the alphabet. Unidentified letters are at the end.
Box 5

Letters written by Lenzen, 1914-1975

Scope and Content Note

Primarily carbon copies with occasional drafts. No letters for the years 1915, 1917-35 and 1947. Arranged chronologically, with undated letters at the end.
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Manuscripts, (some with successive drafts), galley proofs and reprints of published articles and reviews written by Lenzen. Arranged by date of publication as follows:

 

Independence Proofs and the Theory of Implication

 

Reprint, January 1919

 

A General Method of Determining the Adiabatic Invariants of Mechanical Systems

 

Ms., 1922

 

The Philosophical Aspects of the Theory of Relativity

 

Reprint, November 1923

 

The Philosophy of Nature in the Light of Contemporary Physics

 

Reprint, December 1924

 

Regulative Principles in Physical Science

 

Reprint, November 1925

 

Scientific Ideas and Experience

 

Reprint, 1926

 

Physical Substance

 

Reprint, September 1927

 

Statistical Truth in Physical Science

 

Reprint, October 1928

 

The Nature of Scientific Truth

 

Reprint, September 1929

 

Determinism and Indeterminism in Classical Physics

 

Ms. and reprint, October 1929

 

The Nature of Geometrical Relations

 

Reprint, December 1930

 

World Geometry

 

Reprint, October 1931

 

The Metaphysical Import of Scientific Facts

 

Reprint, March 1932

 

Review: P. Frank, Das Kausalgesetz and sein Grenzen.

 

Ms., 1932

 

The Quantum Theory

 

Ms., 1932

 

The Metaphysics of Space and Time

 

Reprint, April 1932

 

Archimede's Theory of the Lever

 

Reprint, April 1932

 

Physical Causality

 

Reprint, May 1932

 

Review: F. A. Lindermann, The Physical Significance of the Quantum Theory.

 

Ms. and galley proof, 1932

 

The Theory of Relativity

 

Ms. and reprint, December 1932

 

Review: F. S. C. Northrop, Science and First Principles

 

Ms., 1933

 

The Concept of Reality in the Light of Quantum Theory

 

Reprint, October 1933

 

Positivistic Theory of Possibility

 

Reprint, October 1934

 

The Philosophical Problem of the Existence of the Physical World

 

Ms. and reprint, December 1934

 

Metaphysics of the Physical World

 

Ms. and reprint, September 14, 1935

 

The Schema of Time

 

Reprint, December 1935

 

Review: Henry Crew, The Rise of Modern Physics.

 

Ms., 1936

 

Mind in Observation

 

Reprint, December 1936

 

The Physical Theories of Niels Bohr

 

Ms., 1937

 

Philosophy of Physics

 

Ms. and printed article, June 18, 1937

 

Newton's Third Law of Motion

 

Reprint, August 1937

 

Individuality in Atomism

 

Reprint, September 1937

 

Newton's Third Law

 

Galley proof, May 23, 1938

 

Letter Symbols for Physics with H. K. Hughes and others

 

Reprint, August 1938

 

Procedures of Empirical Science

 

Reprint, 1938

 

Experience and Convention on Physical Theory

 

Reprint, 1938

 

Reason in Science

 

Reprint, February 1939

 

The Third Law of Motion

 

Ms., 1939

 

The Hypothesis of Dualism

 

Ms., 1939

 

Review: H. Dingler, Die Methode der Physik.

 

Ms., 1939

 

Physical Geometry

 

Reprint, June-July 1939

 

The Operational Theory in Elementary Physics

 

Ms. and reprint, December 1939

 

Review: W. H. Watson, On Understanding Physics.

 

Ms. and reprint, April 1940

 

Review: Kurt Riezler, Physics and Reality.

 

Ms. and printed article, October 1940

 

Proposal to Standardize Letter Symbols with H. K. Hughes and others

 

Reprint, October 1940

 

The Significance of Symbols in Physical Equations

 

Mss. and galley proof, 1940

 

Review: A. S. Eddington, Philosophy of Physical Science.

 

Ms., 1941

 

Philosophy of Science

 

Ms. and reprint, ca. 1942

 

Review: W. H. Werkmeister, A Philosophy of Science.

 

Ms., 1942

 

Science and Social Context

 

Reprint, December 1942

 

Review: Albert G. Ramsperger, Philosophies of Science.

 

Ms., 1943

 

Review: K. J. W. Craik, The Nature of Explanation.

 

Ms., 1944

 

The Concept of Reality in Physical Theory

 

Reprint, July 1945

 

Descriptive Notice: P. Jordan, Physics of the 20th Century.

 

Ms., 1945

 

The Figure of Dionysos on the Siphnian Frieze

 

Ms. and reprint, January 1946

 

Review: Hans Reichenbach, Philosophic Foundations of Quantum Mechanics.

 

Ms. and reprint, March 1946

 

Science as a College Subject

 

Ms. and reprints, November 16, 1946

 

Helmholtz's Theory of Knowledge

 

Reprint, 1947

 

Review: Philipp Frank, Foundations of Physics.

 

Ms., 1947

 

Review: Martin Johnson, Science and the Meaning of Truth.

 

Ms., 1947

 

Review: Donald Williams, The Ground of Induction.

 

Ms., 1947

 

Science and Philosophy

 

Mss., 1948

 

American Standard Letter Symbols for Physics with H. K. Hughes and others

 

Reprint, March 1948

 

Review: Jean Pelseneer, L'evolution de la notion de phenomene physique . . .

 

Galley proof and reprint, February 1949

 

Statistical Mechanics and its Applications to Physics

 

Reprint, 1949

 

Review: Max Planck, Erinnerungen I.

 

Ms., galley proof and reprint, February 1949

 

Review: C. West Churchman, Theory of Experimental Inference.

 

Ms., 1949

 

Review: Sir James Jeans, The Growth of Physical Science.

 

Ms. and galley proof, 1949

 

Einstein's Theory of Knowledge

 

Reprint, 1949

 

Review: Otis Lee, Existence and Inquiry.

 

Ms., galley proof and reprint, August 1949

 

Concepts and Reality in Quantum Mechanics

 

Ms., and reprint, October 1949

 

Review: Hermann Weyl, Philosophy of Mathematics and Natural Science.

 

Galley proof and reprint, July 1950

 

Review: R.W. Sellers, et al., Philosophy for the Future.

 

Galley proof, 1950

 

Modern Physics and Philosophy in the United States between 1939 and 1945

 

Ms., 1950

 

Modern Physics and Philosophy in the United States, 1945-1948

 

Ms., 1950

 

Review: J. B. Conant (General Editor), Harvard Case Histories in Experimental Science.

 

Ms., galley proof and reprint, April 1951

 

Review: Henry Margenau, The Nature of Physical Theory.

 

Ms., galley proof and reprint, April 1951

 

Review: A. d'Abro, The Evolution of Scientific Thought . . .

 

Ms., galley proof and reprint, April 1951

 

Review: Science and Civilization. Edited by Robert C. Stauffer.

 

Ms., 1950

 

Philosophical Problems of the Statistical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

 

Ms. and reprint, 1951

 

Verification in Science

 

Ms. and reprint, 1951

 

Review: Percy W. Bridgman, Reflections of a Physicist.

 

Ms. and printed article, September-December 1951

 

Review: Philipp Frank, et al., Contributions to the Analysis and Synthesis of Knowledge.

 

Ms.and galley proof, 1952

 

Review: Rudolf Jordan, The New Perspective.

 

Ms. and galley proof, 1952

 

Review: Sir Edmund Whittaker, A History of the Theories of Aether and Electricity.

 

Ms. and galley proof, 1952

 

Review: A. d'Abro, The Rise of the New Physics.

 

Mss., galley proof and reprint, September 1952

 

Review: P. W. Bridgman, The Nature of Some of Our Physical Concepts.

 

Ms., 1953

 

Review: Sir Isaac Newton, Optiks.

 

Ms., galley proof and reprint, June 1953

 

Review: R. B. Braithwaite, Scientific Explanation.

 

Ms. and reprint, December 1953

 

The Significance of Physical Theory

 

Reprint, April 23, 1954

 

Terms of Statistical Mechanics

 

Ms. and reprint, December 1954

 

Review: Max Jammer, Concepts of Space.

 

Galley proof and reprint, September 1955

 

Review: Duane H. D. Roller, The Development of the Concept of the Electric Charge.

 

Reprint, December 1955

 

Review: Mary B. Hesse, Science and Human Imagination.

 

Reprint, June 1956

 

Review: Philippe Devaux, De Thalès à Bergson.

 

Mss. and reprint, September 1957

 

Review: Hans Reichenbach, Modern Philosophy of Science.

 

Reprint, June 1960

 

Review: Churchmand and Ratoosh, editors, Measurement: Definitions and Theories.

 

Ms. and reprint, December 1960

 

The Triumph of Dionysos on Textiles of Late Antique Egypt

 

Ms. and reprint, 1960

 

Introduction to Oral Interview of Raymond T. Birge

 

Ms., 1960

 

Review: George P. Conger, Synoptic Naturalism.

 

Reprint, March 1961

 

Review: Murray G. Murphey, The Development of Peirce's Philosophy.

 

Mss., ca. 1961

 

Charles S. Peirce and Die Europäische Gradmessung

 

Ms. and reprint, September 1962

 

Charles S. Peirce as Astronomer

 

Mss. and reprint, 1964

 

Review: M. Bunge, editor, The Critical Approach to Science and Philosophy.

 

Ms. and reprint, 1964

 

The Development of Gravity Pendulums in the Nineteenth Century with Robert P. Multhauf

 

Mss. and reprint, 1965 (two folders)

 

The Contributions of Charles S. Peirce to Meteorology

 

Mss. and reprint, February 1965

 

Reminiscences of a Mission to Milford, Pennsylvania

 

Ms. and printed article, Spring 1965

 

The Role of Science in the Philosophy of C. S. Peirce

 

Reprint, September 1968

 

Benjamin Peirce

 

Ms., 1968

 

Review: Adolf Grünbaum, Geometry and Chronometry in Philosophical Perspective.

 

Ms. and reprint, September 1969

 

An Unpublished Scientific Monograph by C. S. Peirce

 

Reprint, 1969

 

Review: Wilfrid Sellars, Science and Metaphysics: Variations on Kantian Themes.

 

Ms., March 1970

 

Review: B. S. Cohen and M. W. Wartofsky, eds., Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Volume V.

 

Mss., September 1970

 

The University of California History of Science Dinner Club

 

Mss. and reprint, 1971

 

Bertrand Russell at Harvard, 1914

 

Ms. and printed article, Autumn 1971

 

Charles S. Peirce as Mathematical Geodesist

 

Mss. and printed article, Spring 1972

 

Review: Ferdinand Gonseth, Time and Method. Printed article, ca. 1972

 

Review: Adolph Grünbaum, Philosophical Problems of Space and Time.

 

Mss. and reprint, 1973

 

The Contributions of Charles S. Peirce to Linear Algebra

 

Mss., notes and reprint, 1973

 

Peirce, Russell, and Achilles

 

Mss. and printed article, Winter 1974

 

Miscellaneous Reviews

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Manuscripts (multiple drafts in some cases) of unpublished papers, with related notes.

Scope and Content Note

Supplied titles are in brackets. Arranged as follows:
 

Causality December 15, 1913

 

The Problems of Philosophy [1914]

 

The Problem of Being in the Physical World 1914

 

[Knowledge of Relations in Nature]

 

[Nature of the Negative]

 

A Theory of Judgement 1914

 

Outlines of a Science of Phenomenology with especial reference to Meaning and Truth 1916 (two folders)

 

Industrial Combinations in the United States

 

The Existence of the Physical World December 29, 1933

 

The Concept of Stability in Physics ca. 1935

 

Theory of Measurement ca. 1935

 

Review: Arthur Pap, The A Priori in Physical Theory. 1946

 

Review: A. Dratzer, Wissenschafts Theoretische Betragen zur Atomphysik. 1937

 

Report on the book submitted by Hugh Miller, History and Science ca. 1937

 

Einstein ca. 1955

 

The Triumph of Dionysos on Textiles of Late Antiquity ca. 1957

 

The Peirce invariable reversible Pendulums December 17, 1961

 

Sophia Levy McDonald, Professor of Mathematics Emeritus 1888-1963

 

Benjamin Peirce, 1809-1880 ca. 1965

 

The Career of Charles S. Peirce in the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ca. 1967

 

Reminiscences of the Berkeley Campus ca. 1968

 

Jacob Loewenberg, Professor of Philosophy 1882-1969

 

Charles Sanders Peirce: A Biographical Memoir 1970

 

The Identity of Juliette January 13, 1973

 

Review: Thomas G. Manning, The Rise and Fall of Charles S. Peirce in the U.S. Coast Survey, 1872-1891. November 30, 1973

 

On the Elementary Principles of Quantum Mechanics

 

The Geometry of Rotating Systems

 

The Essential Factors in the Origin of Modern Science

 

The Figure of Dionysos on Late Hellenistic Textiles

 

The Figure of Dionysos on Textiles of Greco-Roman Egypt

 

The Concept of Normal System in Quantum Theory

 

Nuclear Forces

 

Causality and Complementarity

 

C. S. Peirce and H. A. Rowland: Two Contributors to the Art of Ruling Diffraction Gratings

 

Social Influences in the Development of Science

 

Report on C. F. MacIntyre's translation of Rilke

 

Einstein's Scientific Work

 

Professor Sommerfeld's Lectures of Atomic Structure

 

The Physical World

 

The Geometry of Rotating Systems

 

Science in Civilization

 

The Impact of Physics Upon Metaphysics

 

Modern Physics and Philosophy in the United States, 1949-1956

 

The Meaning of Dimensions

 

Order in Nature

 

Planck's Philosophy of Science

 

Atomic Nuclear Theory

 

Development of Physics

 

Statistical Mechanics

 

The Iconography of Cybele

 

Note on the Rate of Variation of Parameters in an Adiabatic Transformation

 

Physics and Metaphysics

 

Report on 'The Panels of Cybele' and Report on the Tapestries of Cybele II

 

The Concept of Normal System in Quantum Theory

 

History of the Quantum Theory

 

Report on 'A Computer Perspective'

 

Charles S. Peirce and the Coast and Geodetic Survey

 

The Life and Works of Charles Sanders Peirce

 

The Relation of the Scientific Work of C. S. Peirce to that of His Father

 

Charles S. Peirce's Researches on Gravity

 

The Death of Charles Peirce

 

The Scientific Work of Rene Descartes

 

Charles S. Peirce as Mathematical Physicist (two folders)

 

Experimental Corrections to the Reversible Pendulum originating with C. S. Peirce

 

Peirce, Leibniz and Infinitesimals

 

The Career of Charles S. Peirce in the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey

 

The Scientific Career of Charles S. Peirce

 

C. S. Peirce's Scientific Work

 

The Linear Associative Algebra of Benjamin Peirce

 

The Inspectorship of Standards, 1899-1901

 

Untitled (two folders)

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Manuscripts of speeches

 

Debate about viaduct 1900

 

The Meaning of Science ca. 1940

 

To Members of Phi Beta Kappa and Guests

 

Address at Opening Meeting of Congress

 

Unidentified

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Manuscripts of books

 

The Principles of Statistical Mechanics: Developed with Especial Reference to The Rational Foundations of Thermodynamics

 

Ms., n.d.

 

The Nature of Physical Theory

 

Incomplete Ms. and advertisements

 

Benjamin Peirce and the U.S. Coast Survey

 

Ms., 1968

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Problem Sets

Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed copies of questions with Lenzen's handwritten answers to problem sets for physics courses that he took at the University of California --Physics 1A (1909) and Physics 1B (1909?)
 

Manuscripts of Lenzen's lectures for courses in physics and the history of physics, University of California. Arranged as follows:

 

Statistical Mechanics (two folders)

 

The History of Physics 1932 (two folders)

 

Mechanics (Physics 4A) 1948

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205B) Spring 1934

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205B) Spring 1950

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1950

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205B) Spring 1951

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1951

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205B) Spring 1952

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1952

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1953

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205B) Spring 1954

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1954

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1955

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1956

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) Fall 1957

 

Advanced Dynamics (Physics 205A) mimeograph copies of typed notes

 

Kinetic Theory (Physics 219) 1949

 

Statistical Mechanics and Kinetic Theory (Physics 219) 1954

 

Statistical Mechanics and Kinetic Theory (Physics 219) 1955

 

Statistical Mechanics and Kinetic Theory (Physics 219) 1957

 

Statistical Mechanics and Kinetic Theory (Physics 219) 1958

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Notes re the figure of Dionysos. Include Lenzen's original ideas, bibliographic notes, photographs and sketches. Arranged as follows:

 

Figure of Dionysos ca. 1944 (two folders)

 

Dionysos on textile ca. 1955 (two folders)

 

Triumph of Dionysos ca. 1957

 

Archaeological Material, Dionysos

 

Archeological Material, Dionysos; miscellaneous photographs (two folders)

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Material re Charles S., Juliette and Benjamin Peirce, including notes, photocopies of documents, photographs and sketches. Arranged as follows:

 

Charles S. Peirce (two folders)

 

Charles S. Peirce, Scientific Studies (two folders)

 

Charles S. Peirce, Astronomical research

 

Charles S. Peirce's Reversible Pendulums (three folders)

 

Charles S. Peirce's work on gravity (two folders)

 

Career of C. S. Peirce in the Coast and Geodetic Survey

 

C. S. Peirce and Linear Algebra

 

From Charles S. Peirce letters, 1873-1891

 

From Charles S. Peirce letters, 1875-1891

 

From Charles S. Peirce letters, 1870-1908 (in Oversize)

 

Re die Europäische Gradmessung, 1863-1875

 

Re die Europäische Gradmessung, 1877-1883

 

Re European geodetical conferences, 1875-1898

 

Re Charles S. and Juliette Peirce

 

Re Juliette (Mrs. C. S. Peirce) (four folders)

 

Nancy, France; re Juliette (Mrs. C. S. Peirce)

 

Re Benjamin Peirce

 

Benjamin Peirce's astronomical research

 

From letters of John Le Conte and Benjamin Peirce

 

Miscellaneous notes by Lenzen, as follows:

 

On measurement of gravity with pendulums

 

Non-standard Analysis

 

Naturalism and Kant, July 25, 1912; Intuition in Bergson, August 5, 1912

 

Miscellaneous note on art

 

Miscellaneous notes on philosophy

 

Miscellaneous notes on physics

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Notebooks. Contain notes on courses in philosophy taken by Lenzen, including courses given by Josiah Royce, and Lenzen's own notes on philosophy and physics. Arranged as follows:

 

Navies of the world 1904

 

Marine Engineering 1904-05

 

Roman and Grecian Architecture 1909

 

Philosophy 9 (Metaphysics), Josiah Royce Fall 1913 (two folders)

 

Logic ca. 1913

 

Absolute Idealism; Psychology 1 ca. 1914

 

Epistemology 1914

 

Josiah Royce's seminary in Logi c 1914-15

 

Josiah Royce's seminary in Scientific Methodology 1915-16

 

Logic, Josiah Royce; Mathematics, Huntington 1915

 

Plato

 

Datebook, 1928

 

September, 1934

 

October, 1934

 

December, 1934

 

February, 1935

 

March, 1935

 

March 19, 1935

 

May 6, 1935

 

May 31, 1935

 

February 23, 1936

 

April 12, 1936

 

March 18, 1936

 

May 5, 1936

 

September 26, 1936

 

October 26, 1936

Box 6

Notebooks

 

Numbers II-XI (ten folders)

 

Re determination of reality

 

Re physics of light

 

Philosophy of Physics

 

Principles of Mathematics, Couturat

 

General Principles of Wave Mechanics, W. Pauli

 

Re Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle

 

Re relativity

Box 7

Miscellaneous files, as follows:

 

California. University. Academic Senate--Minutes of meetings

 

California. University. Academic Senate, Committee on Privilege and Tenure 1948-49 (reports, notes on meeting, etc.)

 

California. University. Academic Senate, Committee on Privilege and Tenure 1950

 

California. University, Berkeley--Committees

 

History of Science Dinner Club (minutes, etc.)

 

Kosmos Club (minutes)

 

Autobiographical materials

 

Bibliography

 

Personalia (articles about, agreements, etc.)

 

Programs of meetings in which Lenzen participated

 

Reviews of Lenzen's publications

 

School documents (awards, report cards, etc.)

 

Otto Neurath, "Soziologische Prognosen," 1936 (with annotations by Lenzen)

 

A. Einstein, "Bietet die Feldtheorie Möglichkeiten für die Lösung des Quantenproblems?" (with annotations by Einstein)

 

Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (with annotations by Lenzen)

Partial List of Correspondents

 

Abbot, Raymond B., 1873-

 

Letter, December 20, 1931

 

Agard, Walter Raymond, 1894-

 

Letter, February 6, 1946

 

Alpert, Daniel, 1917-

 

Letter, January 8, 1966

 

American Institute of Physics

 

7 letters, 1964-71. From Charles Weiner and Joan Warnow. Copy of a letter, June 6, 1968, to Charles Weiner from Tison in James C. Tison correspondence.

 

Andree, Richard Vernon, 1919-

 

Letter, December 16, 1953

 

Card, January [16] 1954

 

Arlt, Gustave Otto, 1895-

 

4 letters, 1943-44

 

Barr, Ernest Scott, 1905-

 

2 letters, 1966 and 1967

 

Beals, Ralph Leon, 1901-

 

Letter, December 29, 1943

 

Bertrand Russell Archives

 

16 letters, 1971-73

 

Birge, Raymond Thayer, 1887-

 

3 letters, 1936-58. Addressed to Lenzen and others. Letter, June 18, 1934, to him from Roller in Duane E. Roller correspondence.

 

Blickensderfer, Joseph Patrick, 1894-

 

Letter, December 23, 1944

 

Boelter, Llewellyn Michael Kraus, 1898-

 

No incoming letters, copy of a letter, [August 1963], addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Bond, William Henry, 1915-

 

Letter, June 3, 1968

 

Boodin, John Elof, 1869-

 

2 letters, 1928 and 1931

 

Borah, Woodrow Wilson, 1912-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, Dec. 17, 1959, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Bork, Alfred Morton, 1926-

 

Memo, April 12, 1974. Addressed to U.C. physics faculty.

 

Brasch, Frederick Edward, 1875-

 

2 letters, 1933 and 1937. Re the History of Science Society.

 

Brewer, Edward Vere, 1887-

 

Letter, January 30, 1946

 

Brewer, Leo, 1919-

 

Letter, June 10, 1965

 

Brode, Robert Bigham, 1900-

 

Letter, June 3, 1958

 

Bronson, Bertrand Harris, 1902-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, Ap. 5, 1955, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Brooks, Frederick Augustus, 1895-

 

Letter, January 18, 1934

 

Brown, Robert Reginald, 1923-

 

Letter, June 4, 1958

 

Brown, Warner, 1882-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a memo, Jan. 6, 1949, addressed to him and others in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Buck, Paul Herman, 1899-

 

Letter, July 21, 1960

 

Burks, Arthur Walter, 1915-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, Nov. 23, 1955, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Byerly, Perry, 1897-1978

 

5 letters, 1958-67

 

California. University. President

 

2 letters, 1936 and 1951.

See also Sproul, Robert G.

 

California. University. Press

 

5 letters, 1959-61

 

California. University. Regents

 

7 letters, 1931-53. Addressed to Lenzen and others, from Robert M. Underhill and George D. Mallory.

 

California. University, Berkeley

 

8 letters, 1957-68

 

4 memos, 1957-68

 

Telegram, July 17, 1962

 

Chaney, Ralph Works, 1890-1971

 

Letter, June 13, 1949. Addressed: To Whom it May Concern.

 

Letter, May 17, 1949, from him, ten Broek and Warner Brown to Lenzen in Jacobus ten Broek correspondence.

 

Chao, Yuen Ren, 1892-

 

Letter, June 26, 1968

 

Chapman, Seville, 1912-

 

Letter, April 18, 1961

 

Clark, George Lindenberg, 1892-

 

Letter, March 1, 1955

 

Cohen, I. Bernard, 1914-

 

5 letters, 1955-57. Addressed to Lenzen and others.

 

Corner, George Washington, 1889-

 

3 letters, 1964

 

Enclosure to letter, Feb. 23, 1963, in Carolyn Eisele correspondence is a copy of a letter from him to Eisele.

 

Curtiss, John Hamilton, 1909-

 

Letter, February 27, 1959

 

Cutter, Robert Kennedy

 

Letter, January 27, 1960

 

Davis, Raymond Earl, 1885-

 

2 letters, 1960 and 1966

 

Davisson, Malcolm MacNiven, 1907-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, Feb. 6, 1946, to him from Birge in Raymond T. Birge correspondence.

 

Demos, Raphael, 1892-

 

2 letters, 1946 and n.d.

 

Dennes, William Ray, 1898-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a memo, Ap. 24, 1947, to him from Sproul in Robert G. Sproul correspondence.

 

Deutsch, Monroe Emanuel, 1879-1955

 

Letter, September 26, 1941

 

Devereux, George, 1908-

 

3 letters, 1938-74. Included also, reprint of an article by him, "Social Time, A Methodological and Functional Analysis," 1938.

 

Dibner, Bern, 1897-

 

Letter, May 10, 1955

 

Dingler, Hugo Albert Emil Herman, 1881-1954

 

3 letters, 1931-33. Included also, reprint of an article by him, "über eine exakte philosophische Methode, welche auch für die Physik relevant ist," 1930.

 

Dommeyer, Frederick Charles, 1909-

 

Letter, August 21, 1965

 

Dow, Sterling, 1903-

 

Card, February 14, 1946

 

Dupree, Anderson Hunter, 1921-

 

4 letters, 1960-65

 

Eisele, Carolyn

 

71 letters, 1960-74 and n.d. Addressed to Lenzen and others.

 

Card, September 3, 1970

 

4 notes, 1968-73

 

21 articles, 1951-73 & n.d. Most re Charles S. Peirce

 

Copy of a letter, Mar. 4, 1965, to her from Albert A. Stanley in S Miscellany.

 

Eisenhart, Churchill, 1913-

 

Letter, October 25, 1966

 

Card, October 3, 1966

 

Eliason, Afton Yeates, 1906-

 

Letter, September 28, 1965

 

Elkus, Albert I., 1884-1962

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, May 17, 1939, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Ellis, Joseph Wesley, 1897-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, June 3, 1949, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Epstein, Paul Sophus, 1883-

 

Letter, November 6, 1931

 

Ettinghausen, Richard, 1906-

 

2 letters, 1964 and 1965

 

Evans, Herbert McLean, 1882-1971

 

7 letters, 1955-67

 

Card, July 10, 1960

 

Farber, Marvin, 1901-

 

7 letters, 1948-74

 

4 cards, 1960-75 & n.d.

 

Feigl, Herbert, 1889-

 

3 letters, 1950-69

 

Ferrin, Dana Holman, 1886-

 

2 letters, 1927 and 1931

 

Feuer, Lewis S., 1912-

 

Letter, October 28, 1974

 

Fisch, Max Harold, 1900-

 

377 letters, 1959-75 & n.d.

 

4 cards, 1959-73

 

Note, June 17, 1966

 

6 articles, 1972, 1975 & n.d. Most re Charles S. Peirce.Included also, a research proposal for a biography of Charles S. Peirce, 1965 and photocopies of letters from Benjamin P. and Charles S. Peirce.

 

Copy of a letter, Aug. 24, 1962, to him from Alvin K. Astin in A Miscellany.

 

Copy of a letter, April 27, 1966, to him from Mrs. Houghton Smith in S Miscellany. Enclosure to a letter, May 13, 1968 is a copy of a letter to him from Albert A. Stanley, in S Miscellany.

 

Fretter, William Bache, 1916-

 

Letter, May 29, 1958

 

Gast, Paul Frederick, 1916-

 

Letter, October 1, 1956

 

Goldhaber, Gerson, 1924-

 

Letter, June 2, 1958

 

Gordon, Arthur Ernest, 1902-

 

Letter, n.d.

 

Gorman, Charles Melville, 1910-

 

Letter, November 7, 1964

 

Gudde, Erwin Gustav, 1889-

 

2 letters, 1948 and 1949

 

Hammond, George Peter, 1896-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, Feb. 5, 1963, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters. Enclosure to letter, Aug. 20, 1963, in Max H. Fisch correspondence is a copy of a letter to him from Fisch.

 

Hanfmann, George Maxim Anossov, 1911-

 

Letter, February 20, 1946

 

Hart, George Hart, 1883-1959

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, Jan. 6. 1949, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Hart, James David, 1911-

 

Letter, June 16, 1958

 

Helmholz, August Carl, 1915-

 

Letter, June 3, 1958

 

Memo, n.d.

 

Copies of memos, [Mar. 1956], Ap. 9, 1956, Ap. 16, 1956, Ap. 20, 1956 and Ap. 17, 1957 and copy of a letter, Feb. 21, 1961, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

Copy of a letter, Ap. 4, 1956, to him from Loeb in Leonard B. Loeb correspondence.

 

Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery

 

4 letters, 1960

 

Heyl, Paul Renno, 1872-

 

Letter, July 10, 1942

 

Hiebert, Erwin Nicholas, 1919-

 

Letter, June 17, 1974

 

Hinshaw, William Russell, 1896-

 

5 letters, 1948-49 and n.d.

 

Hocking, William Ernest, 1873-

 

November 27, 1929

 

Card, [January 11] 1924

 

Holton, Gerald James, 1922-

 

Letter, April 13, 1956

 

Howe, Harley Earl, 1882-

 

2 letters, 1939

 

Howison, George Holmes, 1834-1916

 

No incoming letters; enclosure to letter, Ap. 20, 1960, in Max H. Fisch correspondence is a copy of a letter from him to Charles S. Peirce.

 

Hughes, Harold Kenneth, 1911-

 

2 letters, 1965

 

Huntington, Edward Vermilye, 1874-

 

Letter, November 12, 1931

 

Hutchisson, Elmer, 1902-

 

Letter, December 6, 1960

 

Jaffé, George Cecil, 1880-1965

 

Letter, n.d.

 

Jeffries, Carson Dunning, 1922-

 

Letter, June 3, 1958

 

Jenkins, Francis Arthur, 1899-1960

 

Letter, May 28, 1958. Signed Pan Jenkins.

 

Judd, David Lockhart, 1923-

 

Letter, June 5, 1958

 

Karplus, Robert, 1927-

 

Letter, May 28, 1958

 

Kemble, Edwin Crawford, 1889-

 

3 letters, 1954

 

Kerr, Clark, 1911-

 

Letter, January 11, 1961

 

Memo, November 16, 1960

 

Kerr, William John, 1889-

 

3 letters, 1949. Addressed to Lenzen and to his daughter. Letter, Jan. 18, 1949, to him from his daughter, Marge Schaffer, in S Miscellany.

 

Kip, Arthur Frederic, 1910-

 

Letter, May 27, 1958

 

Kirkpatrick, Paul Harmon, 1894-

 

Letter, May 3, 1939

 

Kittel, Charles, 1916-

 

Letter, [1958]

 

Knight, Walter David, 1919-

 

Letter, June 3, 1958

 

Knudsen, Vern Oliver, 1893-1974

 

Letter, November 15, 1932

 

Lamprecht, Sterling Power 1890-

 

2 letters, 1930 and 1931

 

Laurence, William Leonard, 1888-

 

Letter, February 12, 1954

 

Lawrence, Ernest Orlando, 1901-1958

 

Letter, May 27, 1958

 

Leake, Chauncey Depew, 1896-

 

2 letters, 1973 and 1974

 

Lehmer, Derrick Henry, 1905-

 

No incoming letters; letter, Mar. 3, 1943, to him and others from Uren in Lester C. Uren correspondence.

 

Leuschner, Armin Otto, 1868-1953

 

Letter, April 23, 1924

 

Lewis, Clarence Irving, 1883-

 

4 letters, 1917-31

 

Lindsay, Robert Bruce, 1900-

 

Letter, July 27, 1959

 

Linsley, Earle Gorton, 1910-

 

Letter, August 6, 1974

 

Lipman, Charles Bernard, 1883-1944

 

Letter, September 24, 1937

 

Loeb, Leonard Benedict, 1891-1978

 

2 letters, 1956 and 1958. Addressed to Lenzen and A. C. Helmholz.

 

Lovejoy, Arthur Oncken, 1873-

 

Letter, March 30, 1932

 

McBaine, James Patterson, 1882-

 

Memo, [1960]

 

McGilvary, Evander Bradley, 1864-1953

 

4 letters, 1931-32

 

McMillan, Edwin Mattison, 1907-

 

Letter, June 5, 1958

 

McNeil, Ethel, 1904-

 

2 letters, 1949.

See also: Miscellaneous Files-California. University. Academic Senate, Committee on Privilege and Tenure, 1948-49.

 

Magnuson, Warren Grant, 1905-

 

Letter, May 23, 1963

 

Margenau, Henry, 1901-

 

3 letters, 1945-51

 

Marshall, Max Skidmore, 1897-

 

Letter, December 3, 1962

 

May, Kenneth Ownsworth, 1915-

 

5 letters, 1965-73

 

Meissner, Hans Walter, 1922-

 

Letter, July 10, 1962

 

Mendenhall, Thomas Corwin, 1910-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, May 12, 1963, to him from Fisch in Max H. Fisch correspondence.

 

Menger Karl 1902-

 

Letter, October 23, 1954

 

Menzel, Donald Howard, 1901-

 

Letter, February 19, 1965

 

Minor, Ralph Smith, 1876-

 

Letter, May 29, 1958

 

Moe, Henry Allen, 1894-

 

4 letters, 1927-28

 

Moffitt, James Kennedy, 1886-1955

 

Letter, April 21, 1933

 

Montagu, Montague Francis Ashley, 1905-

 

Letter, September 29, 1942

 

Moore, Edward Carter, 1917-

 

9 letters, 1963-68

 

Morris, Charles William, 1901-

 

9 letters, 1934-46

 

Note, July 5, 1937

 

Moulton, Elton James, 1887-

 

Letter, February 21, 1939

 

Moyer, Burton Tones, 1912-

 

Letter, June 3, 1958

 

Multhauf, Robert Phillip, 1919-

 

14 letters, 1961-71

 

Nagel, Ernest, 1901-

 

No incoming letters; enclosure to letter, Jan. 20, 1972, in Carolyn Eisele correspondence is a copy of a letter from him to Joseph D. Elder.

 

Letter, Jan. 25, 1957, to him and others from Tarski and Leon Henkin in Alfred Tarski correspondence.

 

Neylan, John Francis, 1885-1960

 

3 letters, 1950

 

Nierenberg, William Aaron, 1919-

 

Letter, June 5, 1958

 

Nock, Arthur Darby, 1902-

 

Card, February 13, 1946

 

Olson, Howard Millard, 1901-

 

2 letters, 1963

 

Pabst, Adolf, 1899-

 

Letter, April 9, 1965

 

Parratt, Lyman George, 1908-

 

Letter, June 26, 1961

 

Peirce, Benjamin P., 1809-1880

See Fisch, Max H.

 

Peirce, Charles Santiago Sanders, 1839-1914

See Fisch, Max H.

 

Périgord, Paul Hélie, 1882-1959

 

Letter, May 2, 1950

 

Perkins, Henry Augustus, 1873-

 

Letter, January 16, 1939

 

Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876-1957

 

Letter, July 31, 1916

 

Portis, Alan Mark, 1926-

 

Letter, June 5, 1958

 

Powell, Wilson Marcy, 1903-

 

Letter, June 3, 1958

 

Prall, David Wight, 1886-

 

Letter, November 4, 1931

 

Puryear, Vernon John, 1901-

 

4 letters, 1948-49

 

Rashevsky, Nicolas, 1899-

 

Letter, May 20, 1954

 

Reichenbach, Hans, 1891 -1953

 

Letter, December 4, 1931

 

Reynolds, John Hamilton, 1923-

 

Letter, May 26, 1958

 

Roberts, Joseph Kent, 1889-

 

2 letters, 1937

 

Roller, Duane Emerson, 1894-1965

 

4 letters, 1934-38

 

Rosenfeld, Arthur Hinton, 1926-

 

Letter, May 30, 1958

 

Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916

 

2 letters, 1914. Addressed to Lenzen and to Mr. Lane

 

Card, n.d.

 

Ruark, Arthur Edward, 1899-

 

Letter, March 14, 1932

 

Rusk, Rogers D., 1892-

 

Letter, October 9, 1937

 

Sarton, George, 1884-

 

2 letters, 1932 and 1944

 

Schlipp, Paul Arthur, 1897-

 

2 letters, 1946

 

Segrè, Emilio, 1905-

 

Letter, May 28, 1958

 

Seitz, Frederick, 1911-

 

No incoming letters; enclosure to letter, Jan. 10, 1965, in Max H. Fisch correspondence is a copy of a letter to him from Fisch.

 

Shamos, Morris Herbert, 1917-

 

Letter, October 26, 1959

 

Shane, Charles Donald, 1895-

 

Letter, June 9, 1949

 

Shugart, Howard Alan, 1931-

 

Letter, June 3, 1958

 

Silsbee, Henry Briggs, 1923-

 

Letter, June 5, 1958

 

Sitter, Willem de, 1872-1934

 

Letter, July 7, 1933

 

Smith, Henry Roy William, 1891-1971

 

Letter, August 9, 1943

 

Sommerfeld, Arnold, 1868-1951

 

Letter, July 7, 1932

 

Sontag, Raymond James, 1897-

 

Letter, February 14, 1946

 

Spauldlng, Edward Gleason, 1873-1940

 

Letter, July 30, 1932

 

Sproul, Robert Gordon, 1891-1975

 

7 letters, 1931-55

 

Copy of a letter, Oct. 23, 1950, to him from Robert M. Underhill in California. University. Regents correspondence.

 

Copy of a letter, May 11, 1948, to him from Gudde in Erwin G. Gudde correspondence.

 

Starkie, Walter Fitzwilliam, 1894-

 

Letter, June 10, 1962

 

Strong, Edward William, 1901-

 

Letter, August 2, 1961

 

S*uuml;sskind, Charles, 1921-

 

4 letters, 1967-68.

 

Card, July 5, 1968

 

Report, August 1968

 

Swann, William Francis Gray, 1884-1962

 

Letter, March 24, 1937

 

Tarski, Alfred, 1902-

 

6 letters, 1957-66. Addressed to Lenzen and others.

 

Taylor, Frank Augustus, 1903-

 

Letter, November 20, 1961

 

Teller, Edward, 1908-

 

Letter, June 5, 1958

 

ten Broek, Jacobus, 1911-

 

Letter, May 17, 1949

 

Thomas, Llewellyn Hilleth, 1903-

 

Letter, November 21, 1935

 

Copy of a letter, May 19, 1936, to him from Birge in Raymond T. Birge correspondence.

 

Tileston, Roland Ray, 1886-

 

Letter, December 14, 1932

 

Tison, James Chisolm, 1908-

 

Letter, June 6, 1968. Addressed to Charles Weiner

 

Tolman, Edward Chace, 1886-

 

Letter, May 27, 1949

 

Underhill, Robert Mackenzie, 1893-

See California. University. Regents

 

U.S. Department of Commerce

 

20 letters, 1961-72

 

Uren, Lester Charles, 1888-

 

Letter, March 3, 1943

 

Vasilevskis, Stanislaus, 1907-

 

No incoming letters; copy of a letter, Ap. 21, 1960, to him in California. University, Berkeley correspondence.

 

White, Harvey Elliott, 1902-

 

3 letters, 1958-65

 

Copy of a letter, Jan. 7, 1959, addressed to him in Lenzen's outgoing letters.

 

White, Lynn Townsend, 1907-

 

August 5, 1970

 

Wilder, Raymond Louis, 1896-

 

No incoming letters; letter, Jan. 25, 1957, to him and others from Tarski and Leon Henkin in Alfred Tarski correspondence.

 

Williams, Donald Cary, 1899-

 

Letter, September 28, 1947.

Sea also: Lenzen's 1947 review of The Ground of Induction. (Carton 1)

 

Woods, Baldwin Munger 1887-1956

 

Letter, October 8, 1931