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Box Nos 1-12.

General Office File, 1978-1989

Scope and Content Note

Addresses, agreements, articles, brochures, bulletins, clippings, financial records, flyers, guest book, lists, maps, memoranda, messages, minutes of meetings, newsletters, notes, outline, documents relating to the origin, development, and future goals of the Scientists for Sakharov, Orlov and Shcharansky, postal records, press releases, printed matter, programs, proposals, remarks, reports, schedule, signatures, speeches, statements, statistical records, telegrams, testimony, travel records, and miscellany, either issued or received by SOS, relating to the activities of SOS, arranged alphabetically by physical form
Box 1., Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Address given at the anniversary meeting of the Royal Society by President Andrew Huxley, 1982 November 30

Folder 3

Agreements on scientific and technical cooperation, including cooperation in the exploration and use of outer space for peaceful purposes, between the National Academy of Sciences of the United States and the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union

Folder 4

Articles

Folder 5

Brochures

Folder 6

Bulletins

Folder 7-8

Clippings

 

Financial records

 

General

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

Agreements. Includes an agreement relating to the Washington Research Institute grant to the SOS

 

Bank statements

Folder 11

1978-1980

Box 2., Folder 1-2

1981-1984

Folder 3

1985-1986

Box 3.

Bills

Folder 1

Payment records for bills

Folder 2

Telephone bill statements

Folder 3

Budget

Folder 4

Checkbook

Folder 5

Correspondence

Folder 6

Deposit and debit slips

Folder 7

Invoices

Folder 8

Memoranda

Folder 9

Notes

Folder 10

Receipts

Box 4., Folder 1

Reports

Folder 2

Gottfried, Kurt, member, SOS Executive Committee. See also Chairman's File and Subject File

Folder 3

Robinson, Louis G.

Folder 4

Miscellany

Folder 5

Flyers

Folder 6

Guest book

 

Lists

 

General

 

General

Folder 7

General

Folder 8

Address - United States

Folder 9

Distribution

Folder 10

Fund-raising

Folder 11

Mailing

 

Membership

Folder 12

General

Folder 13

Directory of key forum members

 

Pledge

Folder 14

Cancelled envelopes

Folder 15

Moratorium pledge lists

Box 5., Folder 1-2

Moratorium pledge lists

Folder 3

Press

Folder 4

Signatures by institution

Folder 5

Affiliates - United Kingdom

Folder 6

Contributors

Folder 7

Fellows of Royal Society of London

 

Guarantors

Folder 8

United Kingdom

Folder 9

United States

Folder 10

Hostage-exchange volunteers

Folder 11

Internees

Folder 12

Invitees

Folder 13

Participants in a tutorial

Folder 14

Professional societies

 

Scientists and scholars

Folder 15

General

Box 6., Folder 1

List of Refusenik scientists from Moscow

Folder 2

List of scientists and scholars compiled for United Nations dinner

Folder 3

Sponsors

Folder 4

Volunteers

 

Countries

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Italy

Folder 7

Map of freedom created by Freedom House, of Moscow subway, of University of California at Berkeley campus, and of Washington, D.C.

 

Memoranda, Inter-office

Folder 8

Undated

Folder 9

1978-1979

Folder 10

1980-1981

Folder 11

1982

Folder 12

1983-1987

Folder 13

Messages (telephone and Soviet radio broadcast messages sent to SOS)

 

Minutes of meetings

Folder 14

Undated. Includes advice to organizers of international scientific meetings

Folder 15

1978-1986

Folder 16

Newsletters

Folder 17

Notes by SOS and others on meetings, Congressional trip to the Soviet Union, and various subjects

 

Policy file

 

General

Folder 18

General

Folder 19

Section I

Box 7., Folder 1

Section I

Folder 2-3

Section II

Folder 4-5

Section III

Folder 6

Section IV

 

Declarations of principle

Folder 7-8

Undated

Folder 9

1978-1979

Box 8., Folder 1

Discussion papers on program goals and future plans

Folder 2

Initiatives

Folder 3

Organizational records

Folder 4

Petitions

Folder 5

Position paper

 

Statements of conscience

Folder 6-7

Undated

Folder 8

1978-1979

Folder 9

Miscellany

Folder 10

Postal records

Box 9.

Press releases

Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1978-1988

Folder 3

Press coverage records

Folder 4-7

Printed matter issued and collected by SOS

Box 10.

Printed matter issued and collected by SOS

Box 11., Folder 1-6

Printed matter issued and collected by SOS

Folder 7

Proposals for assistance to the Charitable Society Miloserdiye in the Soviet Union, the Freedom of Communications Committee, and the SALT debate

Folder 8

Remarks. Includes remarks made by Tom Harkin, Harold C. Hollenbeck, and Andrei Tverdokhlebov

Box 12.

Reports. Includes reports prepared by A. Alexandrov, Bernard R. Cooper, Paul Kessler, Harry M. Scoble, Laurie S. Wiseberg, and progress report on SOS activities

Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1977-1980

Folder 3

1981-1987

Folder 4

Schedule of events for scientists of SOS and other groups

Folder 5

Speech for the defense of Victor Brailovskii at the Moscow Municipal Court session, 1981 June 18

 

(translated from Russian)

 

Statements

Folder 6

Undated

Folder 7

1978-1979

Folder 8

1980-1988

Folder 9

Statistical records for exchange of individuals under the bilateral agreements between the United States and the Soviet Union, 1979-1981

 

Telegrams

Folder 10

Undated

Folder 11

1978-1982

Folder 12

1983-1987

 

Travel file

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Instructions for scientists when traveling abroad

Folder 15

Reports on various trips prepared by Bernard R. Cooper, E. Gerjuoy, Dorothy Hirsch, and Dennis Keefe

Folder 16

Miscellany

Folder 17

Miscellany

Box Nos 13.

Correspondence, 1978-1997

Scope and Content Note

Individual and organizational correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent
Box 13.

General

Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1979-1986. Mostly circular letters, including to Leonid I. Brezhnev, Konstantin U. Chernenko, and Helmut Schmidt

Folder 3

Unidentified

Folder 4

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1979

Folder 5

American Jewish Committee, 1980

Folder 6

Australian Association for Cultural Freedom, 1980

Folder 7

Bertrand Russell Society, Inc., 1983

Folder 8

Binnie, B. M., 1984

Folder 9

Brandt, Willy, 1981

Folder 10

Braver, Lisa, 1978

Folder 11

California Institute of Technology, 1984

Folder 12

Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1984

Folder 13

CERN, 1992

Folder 14

Clinical Research Centre, 1980

Folder 15

Cockerell, Christopher, 1984

Folder 16

Cohen, Hyman, R., 1980

Folder 17

Columbia University, 1981

Folder 18

Cornell University, 1984

Folder 19

Cowling, T. G., 1984

Folder 20

Farella, Braun & Martel, 1982-1985

Folder 21

Freeman, Fox & Partners, 1984

Folder 22

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Kampelman, 1984

Folder 23

Gidal, George, 1979

Folder 24

Gutstein, Y., 1984

Folder 25

Harris, John L., 1980

Folder 26

Harvard Medical School, 1984

Folder 27

Harvard University, 1984

Folder 28

H.E.J. Postgraduate Institute of Chemistry, 1980

Folder 29

Hoover Institution On War, Revolution and Peace, 1982

Folder 30

Hottel, Hoyt C., 1984

Folder 31

Institute for Advanced Study, 1984

Folder 32

Instituto de Quimica Fisica Rocasolano, 1984

Folder 33

Instituto de Pesquisas Espaciais, 1984

Folder 34

International League against Rheumatism, 1980

Folder 35

Jon B. Jolly, Inc., 1979

Folder 36

Kolthoff, I. M., 1980

Folder 37

Lilienstern, Jan, 1980

Folder 38

McGill University, 1997

Folder 39

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981-1984

Folder 40

Medical Research Council, 1984

Folder 41

Mindlin, Ivan, 1984

Folder 42

Nation, 1981

Folder 43

National Atomic Energy Agency, 1984

Folder 44

National Research Council, 1984

Folder 45

National University of Athens, 1980

Folder 46

New York Academy of Sciences, 1979

Folder 47

Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, 1980

Folder 48

Sciaky Bros. Inc., 1980

Folder 49

Shoppee, Charles W., 1980

Folder 50

Silver, Ronald, n.d.

Folder 51

Southeastern Massachusetts University, 1980

Folder 52

Stanford University Medical Center, 1984

Folder 53

United States. Congress. Senate, 1979

Folder 54

United States. Department of State, 1979

Folder 55

United States. Department of the Treasury, 1985

Folder 56

Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, 1984

Folder 57

Université de Lausanne, 1980

Folder 58

University Chemical Laboratory, Cambridge, 1984

Folder 59

University of California, Berkeley, 1978

Folder 60

University of California, Davis, 1984

Folder 61

University of California, San Diego, 1984

Folder 62

University of Chicago, 1984

Folder 63

University of Delaware, 1980

Folder 64

University of East Anglia, 1984

Folder 65

University of London, 1980

Folder 66

University of Minnesota, 1984

Folder 67

University of Pennsylvania, 1984

Folder 68

University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Medical Center, 1980

Folder 69

University of Wisconsin, McArdle Laboratory, 1984

Folder 70

Upsala College, 1980

Folder 71

Washington University, n.d.

Folder 72

Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, 1984

Folder 73

Yale University, 1984

Box Nos 13-22.

Chairman's File, 1978-1997.

Scope and Content Note

Materials related to activities of SOS Chairman Morris Pripstein. Includes appeals, articles, brochures, bulletins, clippings, correspondence, financial records, flow charts, flyers, lists, memoranda, messages, minutes of meetings, newsletters, notes, press releases, printed matter, remarks, reports, speeches, statements, telegrams, travel records, and miscellany, either issued or received by Morris Pripstein relating to his activities as Chairman of SOS, arranged alphabetically by physical form
Box 13, Folder 74

Appeal to governments on behalf of Andrei Sakharov (possibly issued by Morris Pripstein)

Folder 75

Articles written by Morris Pripstein

Folder 76

Brochures

Folder 77

Bulletins

Folder 78

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

General

Folder 79

Undated

Folder 80

1978-1986

Folder 81

Unidentified

Box 14., Folder 1

ABC News, 1983

Folder 2

Academia Nazionale dei Lincei, 1986-1989

Folder 3

Academic Committee on Soviet Jewry, 1979

Folder 4

Academy of Sciences of the USSR, 1979-1981

Scope and Content Note

Includes a resolution of the Central Committee for the publication of an article in Pravda in response to the first SOS initiative, 3 April 1979
Folder 5

Access to Energy, 1979

Folder 6

Action Courier Service, 1985

Folder 7

Action for Soviet Jewry, Inc., 1980-1982

Folder 8

Adair, ?, 1978

Folder 9

Adomato, Brian, 1980

Folder 10

Adoptieprogramma van Medici voor Slachtoffers van de Effecten van het Refusnikisme (AMSER), 1979-1981

Folder 11

Alekseyeva, Liza, 1979-1982. Includes a statement from Andrei Sakharov

Folder 12

Alfred University, 1982

Folder 13

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1984-1986

Folder 14

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1979-1986

Folder 15

American Bar Association, 1985

Folder 16

American Enterprise Institute, 1979

Folder 17

American Institute of Physics, 1980-1986

Folder 18

American Jewish Committee, 1980-1986

Folder 19

American Physical Society, 1980-1985

Folder 20

American University, 1978-1987

Folder 21

Amnesty International, 1984

Folder 22

Andrei Sakharov Defense Campaign, 1980

Folder 23

Andrei Sakharov Institute, 1984

Folder 24

APS Committee on International Freedom of Scientists, 1980-1984

Folder 25

Argonne National Laboratory, 1982-1986

Folder 26

Armenian Academy of Sciences, 1981

Folder 27

Association for Computing Machinery, 1978-1980

Folder 28

AT&T Bell Laboratoratories, 1978-1986

Folder 29

Audiências Sakharov, 1983

Folder 30

Australian Association for Cultural Freedom, 1980

Folder 31

Australian Committee for Human Rights in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 1979-1980

Folder 32

Australian National University, 1984

Folder 33

Azbel, Mark, 1981

Folder 34

Backus, John, 1984

Folder 35

Baltimore Jewish Community Relations Council, 1980

Folder 36

Barton, Mark G., 1979

Folder 37

Bay Area Council on Soviet Jewry, 1978-1986

Folder 38

BBC, 1979

Folder 39

Benson, Sidney W., 1982

Folder 40

Bernstein, Arthur, 1977-1978

Folder 41

Berresford Arms Hotel, 1982

Folder 42

Betty Lee Drugs, 1980

Folder 43

Bonner, Elena, 1985-1991. Includes Morris Pripstein's letter addressed to both Elena Bonner and Andrei Sakharov. See also Subject File

Folder 44

Book, David, n.d.

Folder 45

Boruszewski, Wolodymir, 1984

Folder 46

Brandeis University, 1978

Folder 47

Breber, George, 1981

Folder 48

Breen, Marvin, Mr. and Mrs., 1979

Folder 49

Brezhnev, Leonid, 1979-1981

Folder 50

Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1979

Folder 51

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 1979

Folder 52

Cahn, Robert, 1986-1989

Folder 53

California Institute of International Studies, 1980

Folder 54

California Institute of Technology, 1978-1983

Folder 55

Canadian Committee of Scientists and Scholars, 1985

Folder 56

Carleton University, 1984

Folder 57

Carnegie-Mellon University, 1978-1984

Folder 58

Carter, Jimmy, 1986

Folder 59

Case Western Reserve University, 1978

Folder 60

Center for Appeals for Freedom, 1980-1982

Folder 61

Center for Peace and Freedom, 1986

Folder 62

Center for Russian Jewry with Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, 1979

Folder 63

Cerin, Elmer, 1985

Folder 64

CERN, 1978-1987

Folder 65

Chamberlain, Owen, 1981

Folder 66

Chanowitz, Michael S., 1986-1987

Folder 67

Charap, John, 1980-1986

Box 15., Folder 1

Chemical & Engineering News, 1978-1989

Folder 2

Chernenko, Konstantin U., 1984

Folder 3

Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, 1979

Folder 4

Clinical Research Centre, 1984

Folder 5

Chicago Tribune, 1979

Folder 6

Christian Science Monitor, 1978

Folder 7

Chronicle of Higher Education, 1980

Folder 8

City University of New York, 1980-1985

Folder 9

Cline, ?, 1979

Folder 10

Clogston, Albert M., 1979

Folder 11

Cohen, Jack, 1978-1980

Folder 12

Colgate, Rosemary W., 1980

Folder 13

College de France, 1982-1984

Folder 14

College of Arts and Sciences, 1989

Folder 15

Columbia University, 1981-1985

Folder 16

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1979-1988. See also Subject File

Folder 17

Committee for the Bilateral Nuclear Weapons and Human Rights Declaration, 1984

Folder 18

Committee of Concerned Scientists, 1978-1983

Folder 19

Cornell University, 1979-1985

Folder 20

Cosmos Club, 1980

Folder 21

Courant, Ernest D., 1980

Folder 22

Daily Californian, 1984

Folder 23

Dartmouth College, 1978

Folder 24

Debreu, Gerard, 1978

Folder 25

Dickson, Lawrence J., 1979

Folder 26

Drell, Sidney David, 1981-1984

Folder 27

Eberhard, Alide, 1978

Folder 28

École Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France), 1978

Folder 29

Editions Frontières, 1991

Folder 30

EG&G, 1979-1980

Folder 31

Electrochemical Society, 1979

Folder 32

Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, 1979

Folder 33

Fainberg, V. Ya., 1979-1991

Folder 34

Federation of American Scientists, 1979-1988

Folder 35

Feldman, Jack, 1986

Folder 36

Ferbel, Tom, n.d.

Folder 37

Flory, Emily J., 1985-1986. See also Subject File

Folder 38

Foreman, Lillian, 1984

Folder 39

Frank, Walter, 1980

Folder 40

Freedom of Communications, 1984-1989

Folder 41

Freedom House, 1980-1985

Folder 42

Fridjonsson, Siqurdur, 1980

Folder 43

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Kampelman, 1980-1982

Folder 44

Fund for Free Expression, 1980-1981

Folder 45

George Washington University, 1984

Folder 46

Gergely, Tomas, and Juan Méndez, 1982

Folder 47

Gidwitz, Betsy, 1979

Folder 48

Gilmore, Robert, 1979

Folder 49

Ginsberg, Barbara & Howard, 1982

Folder 50

Granit, Ragnar, 1984

Folder 51

Greek Atomic Energy Commission, 1980

Folder 52

Guttman, Frank, 1982

Folder 53

Hagedorn, ?, 1980

Folder 54

Harvard Medical School, 1979

Folder 55

Harvard University, 1985-1990

Folder 56

Heicklen, Julian, 1979

Folder 57

Helsinki Commission, 1980-1984

Folder 58

Helsinki Watch, 1979-1986. See also Subject File

Folder 59

Heriot-Watt University, 1984

Folder 60

Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, 1983

Folder 61

Hook, Sidney, 1985

Folder 62

Hoover Institution On War, Revolution and Peace, 1982

Folder 63

Horn, ?, 1986

Folder 64

Hornstein, John, 1979

Folder 65

Horodysky, Daniel, 1985

Folder 66

Human Rights and Nuclear Weapons Committee, 1984

Folder 67

Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1984

Folder 68

Huygens Laboratorium, 1984

Box 16., Folder 1

IBM Research Center, 1978

Folder 2

Independent Gazette, 1979

Folder 3

Institute for Advanced Study, 1981-1984

Folder 4

Institute of Chemical Physics, 1987

Folder 5

Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1991

Folder 6

Instituto de Pesquisas Espaciais, 1980

Folder 7

Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, 1980

Folder 8

Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1980

Folder 9

International Campaign-Massera, 1983-1984. Includes materials relating to the imprisonment and subsequent release of Jose Luis Massera

Folder 10

International Campaign: Orlov & Shcharansky, 1984

Folder 11

International Coalition of Scientists for Sakharov, n.d.

Folder 12

International Conference in Honor of Andrei Sakharov, 1981

Folder 13

International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC), 1984

Folder 14

International Sakharov Conference on Physics (1st : 1990-1991 : Moscow, Russia)

Folder 15

International Sakharov Hearing (5th : 1985 : London)

Folder 16

International Sakharov Tribute Dinner, 1984

Folder 17

Intrator, Genya, 1992

Folder 18

Israel. Embassy (United States), 1980

Folder 19

Istituto di Fisica "Guglielmo Marconi," 1983

Folder 20

Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, 1980-1989

Folder 21

J. M. Kaplan Fund, 1982

Folder 22

Jacobson, ?, 1978

Folder 23

Jewish Bulletin, 1983

Folder 24

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 1987

Folder 25

Johns Hopkins University, 1978-1986

Folder 26

Jolly, Jon B., Inc., 1979

Folder 27

Joyce Mertz-Gilmore Foundation, 1982

Folder 28

Karolinska Institutet, 1984

Folder 29

KCBS, 1986

Folder 30

KEK, 1984

Folder 31

Khachaturyan, Armen, n.d.

Folder 32

Kiernan, Bruce Alan, 1982

Folder 33

Kline Brothers Company, 1982-1991

Folder 34

KQED, 1984

Folder 35

Kramer, Genevieve, 1979

Folder 36

La Jolla Institute, 1982

Folder 37

Laber, Jeri, Ms?, 1980

Folder 38

Laguna, Frederica de, 1984

Folder 39

LASL, 1980

Folder 40

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 1984

Folder 41

Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, 1983

Folder 42

Lebedev Physical Institute, 1990-1991

Folder 43

Lehigh University, 1984

Folder 44

Levin, Marty, n.d.

Folder 45

Linkabit Corporation, 1978

Folder 46

Lipkin, Malka, 1986

Folder 47

Lithuanian Information Center, 1990

Folder 48

Los Angeles Times, 1978-1984

Folder 49

Lwoff, André, 1984

Folder 50

McCracken, Daniel D., 1978-1980

Folder 51

McGill University, 1979-1997

Folder 52

Mailing Management Inc., 1985

Folder 53

Manekofsky, Irene, 1979

Folder 54

Marin County Human Resources Office, 1992

Folder 55

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1978-1981

Folder 56

Mathieu, J. P., 1982

Folder 57

Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysikalische Chemie, 1978

Folder 58

Max-Planck-Institut für Verhaltensphysiologie, 1980

Folder 59

MCI World Message Service, 1991

Folder 60

Medical and Science Communications DevelopmentCorporation, 1984

Folder 61

Meisei University, 1980

Folder 62

Metcalfe, Robin, 1988

Folder 63

Meyer, Gary & Linda, 1978

Folder 64

Meyer, Henry J., 1986

Folder 65

Migdal, Diana, 1992

Folder 66

Morini, Alice, 1982

Folder 67

Mother Jones, 1978

Folder 68

National Academy of Sciences, 1979-1985

Folder 69

National Bureau of Standards, 1978

Folder 70

National Council of Education, 1980

Folder 71

National Institute of Health, 1979-1986

Folder 72

National Institute of Environmental Health Science, 1979

Folder 73

National Radio Astronomy Observatory, 1984

Folder 74

National Research Council, 1986

Folder 75

Nature, 1980-1986

Folder 76

Néwitt, Peter, n.d.

Folder 77

Newsweek, 1979

Folder 78

New York Academy of Sciences, 1979-1983

Folder 79

New York Times, 1979-1986

Folder 80

Northeastern University, 1978

Folder 81

Northwestern University, n.d.

Folder 82

North Carolina State University, 1978

Folder 83

Novack, Jena, 1980

Folder 84

Office for European Office of International Health, 1979

Folder 85

Ohio State University, 1978

Folder 86

Olsher, Richard, 1979

Folder 87

Orloff, Serge, 1984

Folder 88

Pearl, William S., 1984

Folder 89

Penzias, Arno A., 1986

Folder 90

Physics Today, 1980-1984

Folder 91

Physics Review and Physical Review Letters, 1980

Folder 92

Pinsky, Stephen, 1979

Folder 93

Polytechnic Institute of New York, 1978

Folder 94

Le Poulet, 1986

Folder 95

Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy, 1986

Folder 96

Prima Printing, 1980

Folder 97

Primakoff, ?, 1978

Folder 98

Princeton University, 1985

Folder 99

Purdue University, 1979-1980

Box 17., Folder 1

Queen Mary College, 1980-1984

Folder 2

Ralston, Anthony, 1980

Folder 3

Random House, Inc., 1980-1986

Folder 4

Regional Procurator for Kharkov, n.d.

Folder 5

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1984

Folder 6

Rivkin, Lenny, 1984

Folder 7

Robinson, Berol, 1980

Folder 8

Robinson, Louis G., 1981. See also General Office File

Folder 9

Royer, Charles, 1984

Folder 10

Rutgers University, 1979-1990

Folder 11

Safir, Zora, 1981-1982

Folder 12

Saint Olaf College, 1984

Folder 13

Sakharov International Committee, 1980

Folder 14

Sakharov Scholarship Fund, 1982

Folder 15

Sales Promotion Services, Inc., 1982

Folder 16

San Diego Union, 1978-1979

Folder 17

San Francisco Chronicle, 1979-1986

Folder 18

San Francisco Examiner, 1979

Folder 19

San Francisco State University, 1979-1997

Folder 20

San Jose Mercury News, 1979-1983

Folder 21

Scaife Family Charitable Trusts, 1982

Folder 22

Schwartz, Laurent, 1978

Folder 23

Science, 1979-1986

Folder 24

Scientists for the Release of Soviet Refuseniks, 1986

Folder 25

Senn, Milton A., 1984

Folder 26

Shcharansky, Avital and Natan (Anatoly B.), 1986-1990. See also Sofios, Yael (formerly Michèle)

Folder 27

Silk, Thomas, 1979

Folder 28

Smith Richardson Foundation, Inc., 1979-1983

Folder 29

Sofios, Yael (formerly Michèle), 1978-1983. Includes Morris Pripstein's letters jointly addressed to Yael (formerly Michèle)and Avital Shcharansky

Folder 30

Southeastern Massachusetts University, 1980

Folder 31

Soviet Union. Posol'stvo (United States), 1984

Folder 32

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, 1979-1982

Folder 33

Stanford University, 1978-1986

Folder 34

Stanford University Medical center, 1979-1982

Folder 35

State University of New York at Albany, 1978-1979

Folder 36

State University of New York at Buffalo, 1982

Folder 37

State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1979

Folder 38

Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, 1978

Folder 39

Stone, Jeremy, 1979-1982

Folder 40

Syracuse University, 1978-1983

Folder 41

Theil, Edward, 1984

Folder 42

Time Magazine, 1979?

Folder 43

Tulane University, 1980

Folder 44

Turchin, Valentine, 1981-1986

Folder 45

Tuvin, Yury, 1980

Folder 46

Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, 1979-1983

Folder 47

U.S. News and World Report, 1979

Folder 48

United Federation of Teachers, 1979-1980

Folder 49

United States. Congress. House, 1979-1983

Folder 50

United States. Congress. Senate, 1979-1984

Folder 51

United States. Department of Commerce, 1979-1980

Folder 52

United States. Department of Energy, 1979-1981

Folder 53

United States. Department of Justice, n.d.

Folder 54

United States. Department of State, 1979-1985

Folder 55

United States. President, 1978-1986

Folder 56

Università di Milano, 1980

Folder 57

Universität Hamburg, 1983

Box 18., Folder 1

Université de Montréal, 1980-1988

Folder 2

Université de Nice, 1980

Folder 3

Université Laval, 1980

Folder 4

Université Paris VII, 1978-1982

Folder 5

University of AARHUS, 1979

Folder 6

University of Auckland, 1984

Folder 7

University of Bristol, 1979

Folder 8

University of California, 1982

Folder 9

University of California, Berkeley, 1978-1991. Includes a letter to Florence Pripstein from Ira Heyman, Chancellor

Folder 10

University of California, Irvine, 1981

Folder 11

University of California, Los Angeles, 1980

Folder 12

University of California, San Diego, 1978

Folder 13

University of California Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, 1979

Folder 14

University of Cambridge, 1979

Folder 15

University of Canterbury, 1984

Folder 16

University of Cape Town, 1984

Folder 17

University of Chicago, 1978

Folder 18

University of Colorado at Boulder, 1992

Folder 19

University of Denver, 1981

Folder 20

University of Durham, 1984

Folder 21

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), 1989

Folder 22

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1978-1984

Folder 23

University of Jyväskylä, 1979

Folder 24

University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, 1979

Folder 25

University of Maryland, 1978-1985

Folder 26

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1978

Folder 27

University of Michigan, 1978-1980

Folder 28

University of Minnesota, 1978-1979

Folder 29

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1978-1984

Folder 30

University of Pennsylvania, n.d.

Folder 31

University of Pittsburgh, 1979-1985

Folder 32

University of Rochester, n.d.

Folder 33

University of Rome, 1989

Folder 34

University of Southern California, n.d.

Folder 35

University of Sussex, 1984

Folder 36

University of Texas at Austin, 1984

Folder 37

University of Texas at El Paso, 1983

Folder 38

University of Tokyo, 1984

Folder 39

University of Washington, 1978-1980

Folder 40

University of Wisconsin, Department of Mathematics, 1979

Folder 41

University of Wisconsin, McArdle Laboratory, 1978-1979

Folder 42

Upsala College, 1980

Folder 43

Varian Associates, 1985

Folder 44

Veklerov, E., 1979

Folder 45

Velikanov, Cyrille, 1979

Folder 46

Velle, O'Connor, 1985

Folder 47

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1983

Folder 48

Washington Post, 1979-1985

Folder 49

Washington Research Institute, 1986-1989

Folder 50

Washington State University, 1980

Folder 51

Weber, James J., 1983

Folder 52

Weizenbaum, ?, 1979

Folder 53

Weizmann Institute of Science, 1982-1983

Folder 54

Werner Erhard & Associates, 1983

Folder 55

Wesleyan University, 1984

Folder 56

West Virginia University, 1978

Folder 57

Will, George, 1981

Folder 58

Williams, Marta, 1983

Folder 59

Wilson, Michael, 1986

Folder 60

Woodruff Organization, 1980

Folder 61

Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, 1984

Folder 62

World Without War Council of Northern California, 1979-1980

Box 19., Folder 1

Yale University, 1981-1985

Folder 2

Yankelevich, Efrem & Tanya, 1980-1990

Folder 3

Yarim-Agaev, Yuri, 1986

Folder 4

Yerevan Physics Institute, 1991

Folder 5

Yorkin, Bud, 1979

Folder 6

Zen, E-an, 1984

 

Financial records

Folder 7

General

Folder 8

Bank statements

Folder 9

Invoices and telephone bills. Includes some letters and memoranda

Folder 10

Payment records

 

Receipts

Folder 11

General

Folder 12

Postal

Folder 13

Miscellany

Folder 14

Flow chart describing the options for SOS

Folder 15

Flyers

Folder 16

Lists

 

Memoranda

Folder 17

Undated

Folder 18

1978-1980

Folder 19

1981

Folder 20

1982

Box 20., Folder 1

1983

Folder 2

1984

Folder 3

1985

Folder 4

1986

Folder 5

1987-1995

Folder 6

Messages

Folder 7

Minutes of SOS Executive Committee meeting, 1982 January 26

Folder 8

Newsletters

Folder 9-11

Notes. Includes "Reagan, Russia, and Human Rights," 1980, sponsored by SCOPE, Stanford Hillel, Stanford Catholic Community conference program and conference notes by Morris Pripstein

Box 21., Folder 1-3

Notes

Folder 4

Press releases

Folder 5-7

Printed matter

Box 22., Folder 1

Printed matter

Folder 2

Remarks

 

Reports. Includes reports from Jack Minker and Florence Pripstein

Folder 3

Undated

Folder 4

1980-1986

Folder 5

Resolution for a special election to be held throughout the County of Los Angeles

Folder 6

Speech at Sakharov birthday ceremony at City Hall, Berkeley? 1986 May 29. Outline

Folder 7

Statements

Folder 8

Telegrams

Folder 9

Travel records

Folder 10

Miscellany. Includes photocopies of photographs of Morris Pripstein with Robert Cahn, Dave Jackson, Andrei Sakharov, Andrew Sessler, Tatanya Yankelevich and others

Box Nos 23-31.

Subject File, 1973-1998.

Scope and Content Note

Includes addresses, articles, brochures, bulletins, clippings, conference proceedings, correspondence, directory, financial records, flyers, itinerary, lists, memoranda, messages, minutes of meetings, newsletters, notes, petitions, press releases, printed matter, remarks, reports, speeches, statements, testimony, transcript, and miscellany related to human rights issues, scientific cooperation, nuclear weapons and arms race, and other issues, arranged alphabetically by subject. See also General Office File and Chairman's File
Box 23., Folder 1-5

Academy of Sciences of the USSR

Folder 6-7

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Folder 8-11

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 12

American Jewish Committee

Folder 13-18

American Physical Society

Folder 19-22

Amnesty International

Folder 23

Arms race

Folder 24-26

Association for Computing Machinery

 

Bay Area Council on Soviet Jewry

Folder 27

General

Folder 28

Correspondence

Folder 29

Financial records

Folder 30

Flyers

Folder 31

Memoranda

Folder 32

Minutes of meetings

Folder 33

Press releases

Folder 34

Reports

Folder 35

Statements

Folder 36

Miscellany

 

Bonner, Elena. See also Subject File/Sakharov, Andrei

Folder 37

General

Folder 38

Articles

Folder 39

Bulletins

Folder 40

Clippings

Folder 41-42

Correspondence

Folder 43

Flyers

Folder 44

Itinerary

Folder 45

Newsletters and newspapers

Folder 46

Press releases

Box 24., Folder 1

Printed matter

Folder 2

Remarks

Folder 3

Reports

Folder 4

Speech. Includes Elena Bonner's authorization to use her speech at the University of California, Berkeley, on 1990 March 23 for purposes of publication

Folder 5

Miscellany

Folder 6

Center for Democracy in the USSR

 

Chamberlain, Owen

Folder 7

Signatures

Folder 8

Statements

Folder 9

Testimony before the Subcommittee on Investigations of the House Committee on the Post Office and Civil Service

Folder 10-17

China

Folder 18

Coalition for a Democratic Majority

Folder 19-22

Comité des Physiciens Français. See also Subject File/ Orlov, Yuri

 

Committee of Concerned Scientists, Inc.

Folder 23

General

Folder 24

Correspondence

Folder 25

Memoranda

Folder 26

Press releases

Folder 27

Printed matter

Folder 28

Statements

Folder 29

Telegrams

Folder 30

Testimony by Max Gottesman and Dorothy Hirsch

Folder 31

Committee on International Freedom of Scientists

Folder 32-33

Dole, Robert

Folder 34-35

Federation of American Scientists

Folder 36

Feinstein, Diane - Proclamation

Folder 37

Flory, Emily J.

 

Flory, Paul J.

 

Articles

Folder 38

Undated

Folder 39

1981-1986

Folder 40

Clippings

 

Correspondence

Folder 41

Undated

Folder 42

1979

Folder 43

1980

Box 25., Folder 1

1981

Folder 2

1982-1983

Folder 3

1984-1985

Folder 4

Memoranda

Folder 5

Printed matter. Includes a copy of Paul Flory's obituary

Folder 6

Reports

Folder 7

Signatures

Folder 8

Statements

Folder 9

Telegrams

Folder 10-11

Freedom House

Folder 12

Freedom of Communications

Folder 13

Fusion Power Associates

Folder 14

Gordon Research Conference on High Temperature Chemistry 1980 : Plymouth, NH)

 

Gottfried, Kurt

Folder 15

Articles

 

Correspondence

Folder 16

Undated

Folder 17

1978-1979

Folder 18

1980-1987

Folder 19

Memoranda

Folder 20

Remarks. Includes an outline on scientific freedom and human rights

 

Statements

Folder 21

Undated

Folder 22

1978-1981

 

Helsinki Watch

Folder 23

General

Folder 24

Address directory

Folder 25

Brochures

Folder 26

Correspondence

Folder 27

Flyers

Folder 28

Memoranda

Folder 29

Position paper

Folder 30

Press releases

Folder 31

Recommendations for the Madrid conference

Folder 32

Report on Soviet-American exchange and human

 

rights

Folder 33

Statements on the situation of Yuri Orlov

Folder 34

Miscellany

Box 26.

Human rights. Consists of documents from various individuals and organizations on human rights issues

Folder 1

General. Confirmation hearings for the position of Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs

Folder 2

Articles. Includes articles by Earl Callen and others, E. M. Friedlander, and Robert W. Kates

Folder 3

Brochures

Folder 4

Bulletins

 

Correspondence

Folder 5

Undated

Folder 6

1977-1978

Folder 7

1979-1980

Folder 8

1981-1991

Folder 9

Flyers

Folder 10

Newsletters

Folder 11

Pamphlets

Folder 12

Press releases

Folder 13

Proposal for a Human Rights project group

Folder 14

Remarks

Folder 15

Reports. Includes a report of the Association for Computing Machinery Committee on scientific freedom and human rights edited by Jack Minker

Folder 16

Statements. Includes statements by Soviet dissidents on scientific exchange and human rights, and by Tatiana Yankelevich to SOS reception at Twenty-Third International Conference on High Energy Physics

Folder 17

Institut Iadernoi Fiziki (Akademiia nauk SSSR)

Folder 18

International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Folder 19

International Quantum Electronics Conference(11th : 1980 : Boston, Mass.)

Folder 20

Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater East Bay

Folder 21

Jewish Welfare Federation

 

Lerner, Alexander

Folder 22

General

Folder 23

Articles

Folder 24

Correspondence

Folder 25

Messages

Folder 26

Petition

 

Lipkin, Harry J.

Folder 27

Articles on Andrei Sakharov

Folder 28

Correspondence. Includes a letter to Andrei Sakharov

 

National Academy of Sciences. See also Subject File/ Sakharov, Andrei

Folder 29

Bulletins

Folder 30

Correspondence

Folder 31

Membership directory

Folder 32

Memoranda

Folder 33

Press releases

Folder 34

Printed matter

Folder 35

Programs

Folder 36

Report on science and human rights

Folder 37

Resolution asking the Academy of Sciences of the USSR for help to ameliorate the situation of Andrei Sakharov

Box 27., Folder 1-3

National Conference on Soviet Jewry

Folder 4-5

New York Academy of Sciences

 

Orlov, Yuri. Includes documents issued by individuals and organizations in defense of Yuri Orlov

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Appeals by Irina Orlova and others on behalf of Yuri Orlov

Folder 8

Articles

Folder 9

Biographical information

Folder 10

Brochures

Folder 11

Bulletins

Folder 12

Clippings

Folder 13-15

Correspondence

Folder 16

Flyers

Folder 17

Memoranda

Folder 18

Messages. Includes messages from Orlov Committee

Folder 19

Minutes of the Orlov Committee meeting

Folder 20

Newsletters

Folder 21

Press releases

Folder 22

Printed matter

Folder 23

Reports. Includes reports by Irina and Yuri Orlov

Folder 24

Schedule for Yuri Orlov's visit

Folder 25

Statements. Includes statements by Yuri Orlov

Folder 26-28

Physics - International cooperation. See also Subject File/Science - International cooperation

 

Sakharov, Andrei

Folder 29

General

Folder 30

Addresses by Elena Bonner and Andrei Sakharov at the commencement ceremony at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York, 1987 June 14

Folder 31

Appeals on behalf of the Sakharovs

Folder 32-33

Articles by Andrei Sakharov and others

Folder 34

Brochures

Folder 35

Bulletins

Box 28., Folder 1

Clippings

Folder 2-3

Correspondence

Folder 4

Flyers

Folder 5

Memoranda

Folder 6

Messages

Folder 7

Newsletters

Folder 8

Organizational record of the Sakharov International Committee

Folder 9

Petitions on behalf of Andrei Sakharov

Folder 10

Press releases

Folder 11-12

Printed matter

Folder 13

Proceedings of the International Andrei Sakharov Memorial Congress

Folder 14

Proclamation issued by Ronald Reagan

Folder 15

Programs for the International Conferences in Honor of Andrei Sakharov

Folder 16

Remarks by Philip Handler, President, National Academy of Sciences, on the occasion of the International Conference in Honor of Andrei Sakharov

Folder 17

Report by group of experts of the First International Andrei Sakharov Memorial Congress, entitled "Peace, Progress, and Human Rights," on their visit to the Armenian-Azerbaijani border region, 1991 May 25-29

Folder 18

Statements. Includes a statement by the International Coalition of Scientists for Sakharov (ICSS)

Folder 19

Telegrams. Greetings on Andrei Sakharov's 62nd birthday

Folder 20

Transcripts of the session of the Australian Parliament, 1984 May 30

Folder 21

Miscellany

Folder 22-24

Science - International cooperation. See also WRITINGS BY OTHERS

Box 29.

Sessler, Andrew M.

Folder 1

Articles

 

Correspondence

Folder 2

Undated

Folder 3

1977-1981

Folder 4

1982-1989

Folder 5

Financial records

Folder 6

Itinerary

 

Memoranda

Folder 7

Undated

Folder 8

1977-1981

Folder 9

Notes

Folder 10

Press releases

Folder 11

Printed matter

Folder 12

Remarks

Folder 13

Reports

Folder 14

Statements

Folder 15

Telegrams

Folder 16

Miscellany

 

Shcharansky, Natan (Anatoly B.) and Avital. See also Subject File/Bay Area Council on Soviet Jewry

Folder 17

Clippings

Folder 18-19

Correspondence

Folder 20

Flyers

Folder 21

Messages

Folder 22

Newsletters

Folder 23

Press releases

Folder 24

Printed matter

Folder 25

Reports

Folder 26

Schedule

Folder 27

Statements

Folder 28

Telegrams

Folder 29

Miscellany

 

Siegelman, Philip

 

Correspondence

Folder 30

Undated

Folder 31

1979-1985. Includes a letter to Emily J. Flory

Box 30., Folder 1

1986-1998

Folder 2

Memoranda

Folder 3

Statements

Folder 4

Telegrams

Folder 5

Soviet Union

Folder 6-14

Union of Councils for Soviet Jews

 

United States. Congress. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Folder 15

General

Folder 16

Brochures

Folder 17

Bulletins

Folder 18

Clippings

Folder 19

Conference proceedings

Folder 20

Correspondence

Folder 21

List of members for the U.S. delegation to the Madrid Conference

Folder 22

Memoranda

Folder 23

Minutes of meetings

Folder 24

Newsletters

Folder 25

Press conferences

Folder 26

Printed matter

Folder 27

Remarks by Max M. Kampelman, Chairman U.S. delegation

Box 31.

Reports

Folder 1

1979

Folder 2

1980-1983

Folder 3

Statements. Includes statements by Dante B. Fascell, Philip Handler, Max M. Kampelman, Thomas R. Pickering, and Frank Press

Folder 4

Testimony by Duane Acker, President, Kansas State University

Folder 5

World Affairs Council

Folder 6

World Without War Council

Folder 7

Miscellany

Box Nos 31-32.

Writing by Others, 1975-1994

Scope and Content Note

Articles written by others arranged alphabetically by name
Box 31., Folder 8

Adelman, Kenneth L.

Folder 9

Adelstein, Robert

Folder 10

Adler-Karlsson, Gunnar

Folder 11

Amaldi, Edoardo

Folder 12

Anfinsen, Christian B. and others

Folder 13

Bethe, Hans A. and Kurt Gottfried

Folder 14

Brie, Rita La and Andrew M. Sessler

Folder 15

Bukovsky, Vladimir

Folder 16

Davis, Moshe

Folder 17

DeWitt, Hugh E.

Folder 18

Dorodnitsyn, Anatoly and others

Folder 19

Dowty, Alan

Folder 20

Friedlander, E.

Folder 21

Gaer, Felice D. See also Subject File/Science -International cooperation

Folder 22

Gershman, Carl

Folder 23

Goldman, Marvin

Folder 24

Goldwasser, Edwin L. and Francis E. Low

Folder 25

Ispirien, Karo Asadouri

Folder 26

Keefe, Dennis

Folder 27

Kirkpatrick, Jean

Folder 28

Lefever, Ernest W. See also Subject File/Human rights

Folder 29

Levine, H. B.

Folder 30

Lewis, Anthony

Folder 31

Livinoff, Emanuel

Box 32., Folder 1

Lwoff, André

Folder 2

Medvedev, Grigorii

Folder 3

Miller, Larisa

Folder 4

Minker, Jack

Folder 5

Oshins, Eddie

Folder 6

Ovchinnikov, Yu

Folder 7

Petit, Charles

Folder 8

Popovsky, Mark

Folder 9

Schapira, Morey

Folder 10

Shakhnazarov, G.

Folder 11

Taskar, Michael

Folder 12

Taylor, Howard

Folder 13

Toohig, Timothy

Folder 14

Turchin, Valentine

Folder 15

Unsöld, Albrecht

Folder 16

Wade, Nicholas

Folder 17

Wilson, Richard

Folder 18

Wisse, Ruth R.

Folder 19

Yanai, Yakov

Folder 20

Yanov, Alexander

Folder 21

Yim, Man-Sung and John S. Evans

Folder 22

Zinoviev, Alexander

Folder 23

Various authors, Berkeley Labs Research Review, 1998

Box No. 33

Index Cards, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Index cards with addresses of various individuals and organizations, arranged alphabetically by name

Scope and Content Note

Cards with addresses of various individuals and organizations
Box No. 33.

Memorabilia, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Bank stamp and pin with the SOS logo
Box 33.

Bank of America stamp for SOS deposits

 

Pin with the SOS logo

Box Nos 34-35.

Oversize file, 1975-1990

Scope and Content Note

Computer-generated address lists, enlarged photocopy of Yuri Orlov, issue of Pravda, posters, prints and graphics design layout sheets for SOS advertisements, printed matter, and proclamations, arranged alphabetically by physical form
Box 34.

Computer-generated address lists

Box 35.

Computer-generated address lists

 

Enlarged photocopy of a photograph of Yuri Orlov

 

Issue of Pravda, 1975 August 2

 

Overhead slides

 

Two clippings from the San Francisco Chronicle, 1981-1986

 

Unidentified photograph, n.d.

 

Posters of Elena Bonner announcing her visit and details about her talks on human rights and medical care in the Soviet Union, University of California, Berkeley, 1990 March 22 and 23; and one poster of Andrei Sakharov

 

Printed matter

 

Proclamations issued by Ronald Reagan

 

"Captive Nations Week," 1984. Includes a letter from the White House

 

"Human Rights, Bill of Rights Day, and Human Rights Week," 1987

Box 35.

8 negative sheets depicting Andrei Sakharov, Yuri Orlov, and Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky as used in SOS advertisements, n.d.

Box 35.

4 oversize graphics design layout sheets for SOS advertisements, n.d.

Box Nos 32, 35.

Photographs, 1977-1993

Scope and Content Note

69 prints, 2 color and black transparencies, 5 contact sheets, 1 negative and 8 negative sheets, 1 postcard, and 4 graphic design layout sheets depicting Elena Bonner, Kurt Gottfried, Andrei Sakharov, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital (Natalia) Shcharansky, Florence and Moris Pripstein, Andrew Sessler, Philip Siegelman, and others relating to the visit of the Sakharovs to Berkeley, Mrs. Shcharansky's visit to the Bay Area, and the Pripsteins' and others' visit to Moscow
Box 32., Folder 24

2 color and black transparencies of various sizes depicting Elena Bonner, Czeslaw Milosz, Morris Pripstein, and Andrew Sessler, n.d.

Box 32., Folder 25

5 Contact sheets depicting Elena Bonner, Morris Pripstein, Andrew Sessler, and others, n.d.

Folder 26

1 negative depicting Andrei Sakharov, Yuri Orlov, and Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky as used in SOS advertisements, n.d.

Box 32., Folder 27

3 prints of Andrei Sakharov, Yuri Orlov, and Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky used for SOS advertisements, n.d.

Folder 28

15 prints of Morris Pripstein including 1 with Andrei Sakharov; 7 prints with others during SOS demonstration in San Francisco against A.M. Prokhorov in 1986 May; 1 print with Andrei Sakharov and members of the SOS Executive Committee, including Robert Cahn, Kurt Gottfried, Philip Siegelman, and Bill Wenzel, at the residence of Efrem and Tatiana Yankelevich in 1988 November; 1 print with Andrei Sakharov and J. Hoffer, 1988; 1 print with Andrei Sakharov at New York Academy of Sciences with Morris Pripstein at the podium, 1988 November; 1 print with Elena Bonner, Florence Pripstein, and Andrei Sakharov at SOS reception in honor of the Sakharovs at Pripstein's home, 1988 summer; and 1 print of Morris Pripstein in front of Sakharov home during Sakharov memorial, 1991 May

Folder 29

10 prints of Andrei Sakharov including 1 of himself in Moscow, 1979 September, and 2 of himself, 1980 February; 2 prints with Florence Pripstein at the SOS reception in Pripstein's home, 1989 summer; 4 prints with Kurt Gottfried in Moscow, 1987 May; and 1 print of Florence Pripstein in front of Sakharov grave during memorial, 1991 May

Folder 30

7 prints of Elena Bonner including 3 of herself in Moscow and 1 print with ? Gelfand, 1987 May; 3 prints of Elena Bonner during her visit to Berkeley in 1990 March with Morris Pripstein, Andrew Sessler, Charles Townes, with Joseph Cerny receiving a citation, and with a translator with Morris Pripstein at the podium, 1990 March

Folder 31

11 prints of Yuri Orlov including 3 of himself, n.d.; 1 print of himself, 1977, and 3 prints of himself, 1984 April; 1 print of Yuri Orlov at home of Gerson Goldhaber with Morris Pripstein and other members of SOS, 1990; 3 prints of Yuri Orlov with Morris Pripstein at Pripstein's home in Berkeley, 1993 August

Folder 32

3 prints of Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky, n.d.

Folder 33

3 prints of Avital (Natalia) Shcharansky, 1978 July, including 2 at the San Francisco Press Club with Owen Chamberlain, Don Glasser, Gerson Goldhaber, John McCarthy, Edwin McMillan, Emilio Segre, Morris Pripstein, Andrew Sessler, and Boris Gorbis (interpreter); and 1 print of Avital (Natalia) Shcharansky during her visit to Argonne National Laboratory with Malcolm Derrick and Mel Shochet

Folder 34

2 prints of an international tribunal in session, 1983 January 21. dealing with the case of Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky who was serving a 13 year sentence on charges of treason

Folder 35

9 prints of various individuals at the Postburd home in Moscow, 1987 May, including 4 prints of Kurt Gottfried with Orlov's son and others, 2 prints of Alex Ioffe, and 3 prints of Aber's son, Solomon Allen, Irina and Victor Brailovsky, and Paritsky

Folder 36

6 miscellany prints including 1 print of ? Gelfand in Moscow 1987 May; 1 print of a plaque in front of Sakharov home in Moscow, n.d.; 1 print of Sakharov grave, n.d. ; 3 unidentified prints; and 1 postcard depicting the Goddess of Democracy, n.d.

Cassette cabinet

Phonotape Cassettes, 1979

Scope and Content Note

Three cassettes consisting of a SOS reply to an article in Pravda read by an unidentified person, a message from Alexander Lerner, and one of anti-Semitism
Cassette: 1

Reply from an unidentified person in SOS to an article in Pravda on the subjects of human rights in the Soviet Union and scientific exchanges between the United States and the Soviet Union. Includes a response to Soviet attacks on SOS activities, n.d.

Cassette: 2

Message from Alexander Lerner, 1979 July, expressing gratitude to Regina? and others who are fighting on behalf of the Soviet scientists. Includes Alexander Lerner's concern relating to his participation in the International Political Science conference to be held in Moscow, 1979 August 12-18

Cassette: 3

Anti-semitic preaching, n.d.

Tape cabinet

Videotape Cassettes, 1986-1990

Scope and Content Note

Twelve videotapes consisting of the interview of Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky by Arno Penzias in Israel, Elena Bonner's speeches, at the University of California, Berkeley, on human rights and medical care in the Soviet Union, and news segments from various TV channels reporting on the political situation in the Soviet Union, an interview of Morris Pripstein following the death of Andrei Sakharov, and the visit of Elena Bonner to San Francisco to receive the United Nations award for human rights
Tape: 1-4

Interview of Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky by Arno A. Penzias on behalf of SOS at the University of Tel Aviv, 1986 June 15. with an introduction by David Horn. Includes a discussion about human rights issues

Tape: 5-6

Abridged version of the interview of Natan (Anatoly) Shcharansky by Arno A. Penzias at the University of Tel Aviv, 1986 June 15. edited at the University of California, Berkeley, 1986 July 17

Tape: 7

Shcharansky/Penzias interview, 1986 June 1. without any introduction

Tape: 8

Elena Bonner's speech entitled "The Legacy of Andrei Sakharov: Human Rights and Politics in the 1990s" given at the University of California, Berkeley, 1990 March 22. Includes introduction and welcoming remarks by Morris Pripstein and Joseph Cerny, Dean and Provost

Tape: 9

Elena Bonner's speech entitled "Health and Medical Care in the Soviet Union," given at the University of California, Berkeley, 1990 March 23

Tape: 10

The McNeil Lehrer News Hour segment, n.d., on the political situation in the Soviet Union following the 1991 coup, Mikhail Gorbachev's promise to hold early elections and to quicken the pace of economic reforms, a demand for independence from the Baltic States, and George Bush's comments on the Baltic situation. Also mentions an interview with Elena Bonner and a discussion with four members of the United States Congress, Les Aspin, Patrick Leahy, Richard Lugar, and John McCain, on the impact of the political situation in the Soviet Union on United States policy

Tape: 11

11 KPIX Eyewitness News at Noon segment, n.d., consisting of a short interview of Morris Pripstein on 1989 December 1. on the occasion of the death of Andrei Sakharov

Tape: 12

ABC News segment in which Elena Bonner speaks on the future of Russian democracy and expresses her support for the independence of Lithuania during her visit in the Bay Area on the occasion of her receiving the United Nations award in San Francisco for human rights, n.d.

Box 32., Folder 37

Incremental Materials, 2010.American Physical Society Sakharov prize speech by Morris Pripstein