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A Guide to the Working Inventory of the Robert E. Marshak Papers, 1900-1993 (bulk 1947-1992) Marshak, Robert Eugene, Papers working inventory Ms1988-060

A Guide to the Working Inventory of the Robert E. Marshak Papers, 1900-1993 (bulk 1947-1992)

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Collection Number Ms1988-060


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Processed by: Special Collections and University Archives Staff, Kira Dietz, Archivist, and Laurel Rozema, Archivist, Special Collections and University Archives

Repository
Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.
Collection Number
Ms1988-060
Title
Working Inventory of the Robert E. Marshak Papers, 1900-1993 (bulk 1947-1992)
Physical Characteristics
92.5 Cubic Feet; 66 boxes, 1 oversize folder
Creator
Marshak, Robert Eugene, 1916-1992
Physical Access
Please note: This collection is in off-site storage and requires 2-3 days notice for retrieval. Oversize materials are on-site. Please contact Special Collections and University Archives for more information.
Language
The materials in the collection are primarily in English.
Abstract
The collection consist of Marshak's professional and personal papers, detailing his career as university professor in physics at the University of Rochester and Virginia Tech, member and leader in several scientific institutions, and president of the City College of New York. Materials include Marshak's files on the Shelter Island Conferences (1947-1949) and his administrative and correspondence files on the Rochester Conferences on High-Energy Physics (1950-1957), which he founded. The papers also includes correspondence, notes, reports, files, speeches, proceedings, newsclippings, autographs, photographs, interviews, transcripts, and other personalia related to his career at the University of Rochester, City College of New York, and Virginia Tech. Some materials relate to his work in international science and physics organizations, including USSR-US relations, Soviet science, the American Physical Association, International Center of Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, and the International Foundation for Science in Sweden. Of special note are several items and files with other well-known physicists, including Hans Bethe, George Sudarshan, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Susumu Okubo, Abdus Salam, Victor Weisskopf, Enrico Fermi, Isidor Isaac Rabi, Mildred Dresselhaus, Richard Feynman, and a letter from Albert Einstein. Please note: This is a working inventory and, except boxes 1-5, may not reflect all the contents of a particular box or folder.

Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Access

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Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: [identification of item], [box], [folder], Working Inventory of the Robert E. Marshak Papers, Ms1988-060, Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.

Source of Acquisition

The Robert E. Marshak Papers were acquired by the Special Collections Department of the Virginia Tech University Libraries in two separate donations. Boxes 1-5 in Series I, also known as the Rochester Conference Papers, were donated in 1989. These papers are primarily about the Rochester Conferences on High Energy Physics (1950-1970), which involved thirty-five Nobel Prize winners, twenty-seven of whom were conference participants.

The remainder of the collection (Series II-X) was given to Special Collections in 1994. It includes items such as correspondence, notes, reports, speeches, news clippings, photographs, and other personalia from Dr. Marshak's high school days in the 1920s to his death in 1992. This second donation is unprocessed.

Processing Information

The 1989 donation (Series I) was processed and described prior to 1994. Additional description for these materials was completed in 2005, 2010, and 2020. The 1994 donation (Series II-X) is unprocessed. A print inventory was created in 1994 and incorporated into the finding aid in 2010 and 2020, with additional arrangement and description in 2020.

Please note: This is a working inventory and, except boxes 1-5, may not reflect all the contents of a particular box or folder.

Biographical Note

Robert E. Marshak was born in 1916 in the Bronx, a borough of New York City. Marshak's academic ability was recognized early, and despite their poverty, his family encouraged his studies. As a result, he finished James Monroe High School at the age of 15. From high school, he enrolled in the City College of New York (CCNY), a tuition-free university that served as an exit from poverty for generations of immigrants. After one semester at CCNY, he received a Pulitzer Scholarship which provided full tuition and a stipend which allowed him to continue his education at Columbia University. College appears to have been a profound intellectual experience for Marshak. He initially majored in philosophy and math, and served as the dance critic for the school newspaper. In his senior year, he switched to physics, and came into contact with Nobel Laureate I.I. Rabi. Rabi was initially skeptical of his commitment to physics, but later became a friend.

Marshak graduated from Columbia in 1936, and went to graduate school at Cornell University via a fellowship. At Cornell, he studied with Hans Bethe, who at the time was working on problems pertaining to energy production in stars, which later won Bethe a Nobel Prize. Marshak wrote his dissertation on energy production in white dwarf stars. His basic conclusion was confirmed about forty years later when the white dwarf orbiting Sirius came into view. He completed his Ph.D. degree in 1939 at the age of 22.

Jobs were hard to come by in the late 1930s, especially for Jewish scientists for whom positions were limited by quotas. Marshak nonetheless was able to get a one- year, non- renewable position at the University of Rochester. Here he met, among other notables, Victor Weiskopf, the future director of CERN, the nuclear accelerator facility in Geneva, Switzerland. During this time a tenure-track position opened in the Physics Department at Rochester which Marshak received.

Teaching at the University of Rochester was interrupted by the outbreak of World War II. Marshak became involved in the war effort, as did many scientists at the time. Initially, he worked on developing radar in Boston, Massachusetts, then on the British atomic bomb project in Montreal, Canada. In 1943, Marshak married Ruth Gup, a school teacher in Rochester. Later he joined the Manhattan Project which was developing the American atomic bomb in Los Alamos, New Mexico. At Los Alamos, Marshak was a deputy group leader in theoretical physics, a rank which allowed him to be privy to the overall strategy of atomic bomb creation.

After the war, Marshak returned to the University of Rochester, where he moved quickly through the ranks. He become a chair professor (the Harris chair) and the head of the physics department in the 1950s. He was very active as a researcher, and was a participant at the famous Shelter Island Conference where he proposed the two-meson theory. During his fourteen year chairmanship the Physics Department at Rochester became one of the top 10 in the country, and a recognized center for advanced research in physics.

During his years at the University of Rochester, Marshak became intensely interested in international science. He felt that scientific cooperation was an important first step in the quest for global peace. In 1956, he was a member of the first delegation of approximately six American scientists to visit the USSR after the death of Stalin. Marshak met the leaders of the Soviet Physics community, including Lev Landau. He made more trips to the USSR during the 1950s (U.S. State Department debriefings after these trips are in the files), and became an acknowledged expert on Soviet science.

During the 1950s, Marshak established the "Rochester Conference", considered by his colleagues to be one of his most significant achievements. The conference evolved over the years into "The International Conference on High-Energy Physics." The Rochester Conference was instrumental in bringing together scientists from around the world, and served as a model for the establishment of international conferences in other fields. One of the most challenging aspects of the early conferences was the attempt to bring real Eastern European and Soviet physicists (as opposed to KGB agents) to the meetings. This effort required Marshak to carry out intense negotiations with the U.S. State Department and with members of Congress. His other involvement in international science included participation in the establishment of the International Center of Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, and the International Foundation for Science in Sweden.

Events at the University of Rochester received lots of publicity, and brought Marshak to the attention of the search committee looking for a new president for CCNY. They approached him with an offer to become president, just at a time when his social conscience had been roused. He accepted the offer and became CCNY President in 1970, just at a time when the college was undergoing a vast change in demographics.

Typical of Marshak, he put his full effort into the struggle to redefine the college and bring it through these crises. In addition to improving the quality of several departments, he established important new programs such as the Biomedical Center and the Legal Center, raised the funds for a new performing arts center (the Leonard Davis Center), and pushed through the construction of a 150 million dollar academic complex. He also became involved in the debate about national educational policy and "Science and Public Policy", delivering many speeches on the subject. He also served on the board of directors for Harlem Hospital and for Colonial Penn Insurance Company. In the end, the success of his efforts was recognized by the naming of the 14-story science building on campus after him. The stress of his position at CCNY took a toll on his health, and he suffered a minor stroke during a confrontation with a student group. The stroke effected his balance for the remainder of his life.

After nine years at CCNY, his desire to return to physics led him to accept an offer as University Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech, and he and Ruth moved to Blacksburg in 1979. During this period, he became President of the American Physical Society, the principle organization of physicists in the United States. Typical of his modus operandi, he took an activist approach to the job, using the weight of the society to debate the Reagan Administration on the issue of placing an anti-ballistic missile system into space, popularly known as "Star Wars."

Marshak officially retired as a professor at the age of 75. During the last five years of his life, he worked intensely on a book, entitled Conceptual Foundations of Modern Particle Physics (Singapore: World Scientific, 1993). He finished the final corrections on the manuscript the day before he died. When he dropped the manuscript in the mailbox, he turn to his wife and said, in a joking voice, "It's done. Now I can die." The next day, December 23, 1992, he died in an accidental drowning on a trip to Mexico.

A fuller biography of Marshak from Virginia Tech Special Collections and University Archives is archived and available online.

Scope and Content

The collection consist of Marshak's professional and personal papers, detailing his career as university professor in physics at the University of Rochester and Virginia Tech, member and leader in several scientific institutions, and president of the City College of New York.

The first series contains materials on the Shelter Island Conferences (1947-1949) and his administrative and correspondence files on the Rochester Conferences on High-Energy Physics (1950-1957), which he founded. After 1957 the conferences were held under the sponsorship of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) and Marshak's files from the conferences from 1958 to 1970 are included. The collection also has correspondence files on IUPAP (1953-1972) and on the Commission on High Energy Physics (1958-1963); photographs (1950-1970); US-USSR relations (1956-1966); and a photocopy of an oral history interview done by Charles Weiner (1970).

The rest of the collection, is divided into 10 series, which remain in original order. These series consist of correspondence, notes, reports, files, speeches, newsclippings, autographs, photographs, transcripts, proceedings, interviews, and other personalia. Topics cover the national and international development of high-energy physics, meetings and symposia, and scientific committees; awards and prizes, administration and education, science in the Eastern Bloc and Third World, and the scientist as social activist or citizen-scientist. The collection also includes correspondence, publications and articles, and more related to Marshak's books and other writings, teaching and academic administrative work, and research.

Individual series concern specific time periods of Marshak's career, including his work at the University of Rochester, City College of New York (CCNY), and Virginia Tech (VPI). The series also document his involvement in numerous organizations, including the American Physical Association, International Center of Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, and the International Foundation for Science in Sweden. (However, Marshak's official records as president of City College of New York are held by the Hoover Insitution Archives at Stanford University.)

Of special note are several items and files with other well-known physicists, including Hans Bethe, George Sudarshan, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Susumu Okubo, Abdus Salam, Victor Weisskopf, Enrico Fermi, Isidor Isaac Rabi, Mildred Dresselhaus, Richard Feynman, and a letter from Albert Einstein.

Please note: This is a working inventory and may not reflect all the contents of a particular box or folder. In the contents list, some folders may include examples of the contents next to the folder title or underneath it, but these examples may not reflect the entire contents of a folder.

Arrangement

The collection is dividied into the following series:

Series I. Rochester Conference - arranged chronologically within subject files Series II. A-Z files - primarily arranged by subject in rough alphabetical order Series III. American Physical Society (APS) - primarily arranged by subject in rough alphabetical order Series IV. University of Rochester - primarily arranged by subject in rough alphabetical order Series V. REM personal files Series VI. Organizations, research, and miscellaneous files Series VII. A-Z files - primarily arranged by subject in rough alphabetical order Series VIII. A-Z files, ca. 1990-1992 - primarily arranged by subject in rough alphabetical order Series IX. Writings, correspondence, notes, and miscellaneous files Series X. Oversize Materials

These series have been imposed by archivists but are based on Marshak's original order and description. Materials in Series II thru Series X were collected from multiple locations and are in their original order, except Box 1994-1 and Box 1994-2 in Series V, which were organized by archivists.

Please note: This is a working inventory and may not reflect all the contents of a particular box or folder. In the contents list, some folders may include examples of the contents next to the folder title or underneath it, but these examples may not reflect the entire contents of a folder.

Related Material

Robert E. Marshak's papers as president of City College of New York (CCNY) are held at the Hoover Institution Archives of Stanford University.

Index Terms

    Subjects:

  • Faculty
  • Physics
  • Science -- International cooperation
  • Science and Technology
  • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States
  • University History
  • Genres/Formats:

  • Correspondence
  • Proceedings (reports)
  • Organizations:

  • American Physical Society
  • City University of New York. City College
  • International Conference on High Energy Physics
  • International Foundation for Science
  • Rochester Conference on High Energy Nuclear Physics
  • University of Rochester
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (1970-)
  • People:

  • Marshak, Robert Eugene, 1916-1992

Rights Statement for Archival Description

The guide to the Working Inventory of the Robert E. Marshak Papers by Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, is licensed under a CC0 ( https://creativecommons.org/share-your- work/public-domain/cc0/ ).

Contents List

Please note: This is a working inventory and may not reflect all the contents of a particular box or folder. In the contents list, some folders may include examples of the contents next to the folder title or underneath it, but these examples may not reflect the entire contents of a folder.

Series I. Rochester Conference
  • Shelter Island Conferences on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, 1947-1949
    • Box 1Folder 1
      Correspondence from J. Robert Oppenheimer
    • Box 1Folder 2
      Photograph of the 1947 conference
  • University of Rochester High Energy Physics Conference. Rochester, New York, December 6, 1950
    • Box 1Folder 3
      Institutional sponsorship
    • Box 1Folder 4
      Invitations, correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 5
      Attendees--lists
    • Box 1Folder 6
      Scientific program
    • Box 1Folder 7
      Administration
    • Box 1Folder 8
      Post-conference tour
    • Box 1Folder 9
      Post-conference correspondence--thank-you letters
    • Box 1Folder 10
      Public relations
    • Box 1Folder 11
      Manuscript proceedings and notes
  • Second Annual Rochester Conference on Meson Physics. Rochester, New York, January 11-12, 1952
    • Box 1Folder 12
      Invitations, correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 13
      Attendees--lists
    • Box 1Folder 14
      Scientific program
    • Box 1Folder 15
      Administration
    • Box 1Folder 16
      Public events
    • Box 1Folder 17
      Post-conference correspondence--proceedings; other correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 18
      Distribution list for proceedings
    • Box 1Folder 19
      Public relations
    • Box 1Folder 20
      Printed proceedings
    • Box 1Folder 21
      Photographs
  • Third Annual Rochester Conference on High Energy Nuclear Physics. Rochester, New York, December 18-20, 1952
    • Box 1Folder 22
      Institutional sponsorship--National Science Foundation
    • Box 1Folder 23
      Invitations, correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 24
      Attendees--lists
    • Box 1Folder 25
      Administration, budget
    • Box 1Folder 26
      Administration, lodging and transportation
    • Box 1Folder 27
      Administration, travel reimbursements
    • Box 1Folder 28
      Scientific program
    • Box 1Folder 29
      Public events
    • Box 1Folder 30
      Post-conference correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 31
      Sociological matters
    • Box 1Folder 32
      Public relations, correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 33
      Public relations, lists of countries represented, Nobel Laureates, etc.
    • Box 1Folder 34
      Printed proceedings
    • Box 1Folder 35
      Photographs
  • Fourth Annual Rochester Conference on High Energy Nuclear Physics. Rochester, New York, January 25-27, 1954
    • Box 1Folder 36
      Institutional sponsorship--National Science Foundation
    • Invitations
      • Box 1Folder 37
        United States, correspondence
      • Box 1Folder 38
        United States invitees--lists
      • Box 1Folder 39
        Foreign, correspondence
      • Box 1Folder 40
        Foreign invitees--lists
    • Box 1Folder 41
      Scientific program
    • Administration
      • Box 1Folder 42
        Budget
      • Box 1Folder 43
        Lodging and transportation arrangements--lists
      • Box 1Folder 44
        Lodging and travel arrangement requests
      • Box 1Folder 45
        Local arrangements, correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 46
      Public events--banquet and social program
    • Box 1Folder 47
      Post-conference correspondence--conference proceedings
    • Box 1Folder 48
      Sociological matters
    • Box 1Folder 49
      Public relations
    • Box 1Folder 50
      Printed proceedings
  • Fifth Annual Rochester Conference on High Energy Nuclear Physics. Rochester, New York, January 31-February 2, 1955
    • Box 1Folder 51
      Institutional sponsorship
    • Box 1Folder 52
      Invitations, United States
    • Box 1Folder 53
      Invitations, foreign
    • Box 1Folder 54
      Invitations, invitees--lists and notes
    • Box 1Folder 55
      Scientific program
    • Box 1Folder 56
      Administration, reservations
    • Box 1Folder 57
      Administration, women's program
    • Box 1Folder 58
      Public events, including banquet
    • Box 1Folder 59
      Post-conference correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 60
      Sociological matters
    • Box 1Folder 61
      Public relations, correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 62
      Public relations, newspaper and magazine articles
    • Box 1Folder 63
      Printed proceedings
    • Box 1Folder 64
      Photographs
  • Sixth Annual Rochester Conference on High Energy Nuclear Physics. Rochester, New York, April 3-7, 1956
    • Box 2Folder 1
      Institutional sponsorship
    • Box 2Folder 2
      United States invitations
    • Box 2Folder 3
      United States invitations--industrial representatives
    • Box 2Folder 4
      United States invitations--lists, including lists of University of Rochester graduate students
    • Box 2Folder 5
      Foreign invitations
    • Box 2Folder 6
      Foreign invitations--lists
    • Scientific program
      • Box 2Folder 7
        Advisory board, tentative programs
      • Box 2Folder 8
        General correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 9
        Tuesday morning session--notes and correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 10
        Tuesday afternoon session--notes and correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 11
        Wednesday afternoon session--notes and correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 12
        Thursday morning session--notes and correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 13
        Thursday afternoon session--notes and correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 14
        Friday session--notes and correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 15
        Saturday morning session--notes and correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 16
        Saturday afternoon session--notes and correspondence
    • Administration
      • Box 2Folder 17
        Advisory committee
      • Box 2Folder 18
        Budget--general
      • Box 2Folder 19
        Budget--travel costs
      • Box 2Folder 20
        Local arrangements
    • Box 2Folder 21
      Public events
    • Box 2Folder 22
      Post-conference correspondence, general
    • Box 2Folder 23
      Post-conference, proceedings
    • Box 2Folder 24
      Sociological matters, general, including MATS
    • Box 2Folder 25
      Sociological matters, visas
    • Box 2Folder 26
      Sociological matters, Russian scientists
    • Public relations
      • Box 2Folder 27
        General
      • Box 2Folder 28
        Television program, Everett M. Hafner correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 29
        Press releases
      • Box 2Folder 30
        Newspaper articles
    • Box 2Folder 31
      Printed proceedings
    • Box 2Folder 32
      Photographs
  • Moscow Conference on High Energy Particles. Moscow, USSR, May 14-22, 1956
    • Box 2Folder 33
      Invitation-correspondence
    • Box 2Folder 34
      Pre-conference correspondence
    • Box 2Folder 35
      Passport and visa--correspondence
    • Box 2Folder 36
      Atomic Energy Commission
    • Box 2Folder 37
      National Science Foundation
    • Box 2Folder 38
      Scientific program
    • Box 2Folder 39
      U.S. publicity
    • Box 2Folder 40
      Post-conference correspondence
    • Box 2Folder 41
      Impressions of Western scientists--Aage Bohr, RE Marshak, KH Panofsky, VF Weisskopf
    • Box 2Folder 42
      Photographs
  • Seventh Annual Rochester Conference on High Energy Nuclear Physics. Rochester, New York, April 15-19, 1957
    • Box 2Folder 43
      Institutional sponsorship, agencies
    • Box 2Folder 44
      Institutional sponsorship, industries
    • Box 2Folder 45
      Invitations, United States
    • Box 2Folder 46
      United States invitees--lists
    • Box 2Folder 47
      Foreign invitations
    • Box 2Folder 48
      Foreign invitees--lists
    • Box 2Folder 49
      Scientific program, correspondence
    • Box 2Folder 50
      Scientific program, program copies
    • Administration
      • Box 2Folder 51
        Attendance lists
      • Box 2Folder 52
        Advisory committee
      • Box 2Folder 53
        International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
      • Box 2Folder 54
        Local arrangements
      • Box 2Folder 55
        Local transportation
      • Box 2Folder 56
        Finances
      • Box 2Folder 57
        Travel arrangements
    • Public events
      • Box 2Folder 58
        Banquet
      • Box 2Folder 59
        Panel
      • Box 2Folder 60
        "The Press Meets the Scientist," correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 61
        "The Press Meets the Scientist," press release, questions, transcript
    • Box 3Folder 1
      Post-conference tour, correspondence
    • Box 3Folder 2
      Post-conference tour, itineraries
    • Box 3Folder 3
      Post-conference correspondence, general
    • Box 3Folder 4
      Post-conference correspondence, proceedings
    • Box 3Folder 5
      Post-conference correspondence, thank-you letters
    • Box 3Folder 6
      Sociological matters, MATS
    • Box 3Folder 7
      Sociological matters, visas
    • Box 3Folder 8
      Sociological matters, Russian and Eastern bloc scientists
    • Box 3Folder 9
      Public relations, general
    • Box 3Folder 10
      Public relations, news releases
    • Box 3Folder 11
      Public relations, newspaper articles
    • Box 3Folder 12
      Printed proceedings
    • Box 3Folder 13
      Photographs
  • Eighth Annual International Conference on High Energy Physics. CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, June 27-July 5, 1958
    • Box 3Folder 14
      Advisory committee
    • Box 3Folder 15
      Review committee
    • Box 3Folder 16
      United States invitations
    • Box 3Folder 17
      Scientific program
    • Box 3Folder 18
      General correspondence
    • Box 3Folder 19
      Photograph
  • Ninth Annual International Conference on High Energy Physics. Kiev, USSR, July 15- 25, 1959
    • Invitations
      • Box 3Folder 20
        Western invitees--Robert E. Marshak correspondence
      • Box 3Folder 21
        Western invitees--Robert E. Marshak and Wolfgang KH Panofsky joint correspondence
      • Box 3Folder 22
        Western invitees--Wolfgang KH Panofsky correspondence
      • Box 3Folder 23
        Western invitees--CJ Bakker correspondence
      • Box 3Folder 24
        Western invitees--Clifton T. McCleod correspondence
      • Box 3Folder 25
        American invitees--lists
      • Box 3Folder 26
        Lists of invitees by country, state
    • Box 3Folder 27
      Scientific program, correspondence
    • Box 3Folder 28
      Scientific program, program copies
    • Box 3Folder 29
      Administration, general, including correspondence with Soviet scientists
    • Box 3Folder 30
      Administration, travel
    • Box 3Folder 31
      Documents on Soviet science and scientific institutions
    • Box 3Folder 32
      Public relations, general, including correspondence on a 1964 New York Times article by Marshak
    • Box 3Folder 33
      Public relations, requests for information
    • Box 3Folder 34
      Proceedings--correspondence
    • Box 3Folder 35
      Printed proceedings--volume 1
    • Box 3Folder 36
      Printed proceedings--volume 2
    • Box 3Folder 37
      Photographs
  • Tenth International Conference on High Energy Physics. Rochester, New York, August 25-September 1, 1960
    • Institutional and industrial sponsorship
      • Box 3Folder 38
        General
      • Box 3Folder 39
        Air Force Office of Scientific Research
      • Box 3Folder 40
        Atomic Energy Commission
        Scope and Content

        Includes PSAC, AEC report, "Explanatory Statement on Particle Physics and a Proposed Federal Program in Support of High Energy Accelerator Physics."

      • Box 3Folder 41
        International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP)
      • Box 3Folder 42
        National Academy of Science (NAS)
      • Box 3Folder 43
        National Science Foundation (NSF)
      • Box 3Folder 44
        Office of Naval Research
      • Box 3Folder 45
        Office of Ordnance Research
      • Box 3Folder 46
        Industry
    • Invitations
      • Box 3Folder 47
        United States invitations
      • Box 3Folder 48
        Foreign invitations
      • Box 3Folder 49
        CERN invitees
      • Box 3Folder 50
        Soviet and Eastern bloc invitations
      • Box 3Folder 51
        Foreign invitees--lists
      • Box 3Folder 52
        Lists of participants
    • Box 4Folder 1
      Scientific program, general
    • Box 4Folder 2
      Scientific program, correspondence
    • Administration
      • Box 4Folder 3
        General
      • Box 4Folder 4
        Organizing committee
      • Box 4Folder 5
        Pre-conference--Theoretical Institute
      • Box 4Folder 6
        Post-conference tour
      • Box 4Folder 7
        Translators
      • Box 4Folder 8
        Transportation for foreign attendees
      • Box 4Folder 9
        Women's programs
    • Box 4Folder 10
      Public events--banquet
    • Box 4Folder 11
      Post-conference correspondence
    • Sociological matters
      • Box 4Folder 12
        International Atomic Energy Association
      • Box 4Folder 13
        MATS
      • Box 4Folder 14
        Russian and East European scientists
      • Box 4Folder 15
        Visas
    • Box 4Folder 16
      Public relations, requests for information
    • Box 4Folder 17
      Public relations, press releases
    • Box 4Folder 18
      Public relations, newspaper and magazine articles
    • Box 4Folder 19
      Photographs
  • Eleventh International Conference on High Energy Physics. CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, July 4-11, 1962
    • Invitations
      • Box 4Folder 20
        American Advisory Committee--U.S. invitees, Robert E. Marshak correspondence
      • Box 4Folder 21
        American Advisory Committee--U.S. invitees, William A. Jamison correspondence
      • Box 4Folder 22
        American Advisory Committee--U.S. invitees, Edwin H. McMillan correspondence
      • Box 4Folder 23
        Lists of Western invitees
    • Box 4Folder 24
      Scientific program
    • Box 4Folder 25
      Administration
    • Box 4Folder 26
      Public relations, correspondence of William A. Jamison
  • Twelfth International Conference on High Energy Physics. Dubna, USSR, August 5-11, 1964
    • Box 4Folder 27
      Advisory Committee
    • Box 4Folder 28
      Scientific program
  • Thirteenth International Conference on High Energy Physics. Berkeley, California, August 31-September 7, 1966
    • Box 4Folder 29
      United States invitations
    • Box 4Folder 30
      Foreign invitations
    • Box 4Folder 31
      List of invited delegates
  • International Theoretical Physics Conference on Particles and Fields. Rochester, New York, August 28-September 1, 1967
    • Box 4Folder 32
      Institutional sponsorship
    • Box 4Folder 33
      United States invitations
    • Box 4Folder 34
      Foreign invitations
    • Box 4Folder 35
      Soviet and Eastern bloc invitations
    • Box 4Folder 36
      Invitees--lists
    • Box 4Folder 37
      Soviet and Eastern bloc
    • Box 4Folder 38
      Atomic Energy Commission--correspondence
    • Box 4Folder 39
      Department of State--correspondence
    • Box 4Folder 40
      Scientific program, correspondence
    • Box 4Folder 41
      Scientific program, program copies and notes
    • Administration
      • Box 4Folder 42
        Budget
      • Box 4Folder 43
        Local arrangements
      • Box 4Folder 44
        Women's program
      • Box 4Folder 45
        Travel reimbursements
    • Box 4Folder 46
      Public events, banquet
    • Box 4Folder 47
      Banquet speaker--Glenn Seaborg
    • Box 4Folder 48
      Post-conference correspondence
    • Public relations
      • Box 4Folder 49
        General
      • Box 4Folder 50
        Requests for information
      • Box 4Folder 51
        Press releases
      • Box 4Folder 52
        Newspaper articles
    • Box 4Folder 53
      Proceedings, general correspondence
    • Box 4Folder 54
      Proceedings, correspondence, publisher--John Wiley and Sons
    • Box 4Folder 55
      Proceedings, correspondence, sales and distribution
    • Box 4Folder 56
      Photographs
  • Fourteenth International Conference on High Energy Physics. Vienna, Austria, August 28-September 5, 1968
    • Box 5Folder 1
      Invitations--United States, correspondence
    • Box 5Folder 2
      Scientific program, correspondence
    • Box 5Folder 3
      Scientific program, program copies
    • Box 5Folder 4
      Selected comments from visitors
  • Fifteenth International Conference on High Energy Physics. Kiev, USSR, 1970
    • Box 5Folder 5
      Invitations, correspondence
    • Box 5Folder 6
      Israeli delegates, correspondence
  • US-Soviet Scientific Relations, 1956-1966
    • Box 5Folder 7
      Correspondence, documents, note, 1956
    • Box 5Folder 8
      Correspondence, documents, notes, 1958
    • Box 5Folder 9
      Correspondence, documents, notes, 1959
    • Box 5Folder 10
      Correspondence, documents, notes, 1960
      Scope and Content

      Includes materials on a trip by an American delegation to the USSR under the McCone-Emelyanov Agreement.

    • Box 5Folder 11
      Correspondence, documents, notes, 1961-1962
    • Box 5Folder 12
      Correspondence, documents, notes, 1963
    • Box 5Folder 13
      Correspondence, documents, notes, 1965-1966
  • International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), 1953-1967
    • Box 5Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1953-1954
    • Box 5Folder 15
      Documents and minutes, 1953-1954
    • Box 5Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1956
    • Box 5Folder 17
      Documents and minutes, 1956-1957
      Scope and Content

      Includes materials on the creation of the IUPAP Commission on High Energy Physics.

    • Box 5Folder 18
      Correspondence, 1958
    • Box 5Folder 19
      Documents and minutes, 1958
    • Box 5Folder 20
      Correspondence, 1959
    • Box 5Folder 21
      Documents and minutes, 1959
    • Box 5Folder 22
      Correspondence, 1960
    • Box 5Folder 23
      Documents and minutes, 1960
    • Box 5Folder 24
      Correspondence, 1961
    • Box 5Folder 25
      Documents and minutes, 1961
    • Box 5Folder 26
      Correspondence, general, 1962
    • Box 5Folder 27
      Correspondence
      Scope and Content

      Includes letter of Robert E. Marshak asking for advice on holding future International High Energy Physics Conferences and responses.

    • Box 5Folder 28
      Documents and minutes, 1962
    • Box 5Folder 29
      Correspondence, 1963
    • Box 5Folder 30
      Documents and minutes, 1963
    • Box 5Folder 31
      Correspondence, 1964-1972
    • Box 5Folder 32
      Documents and minutes, 1964-1972
  • Miscellaneous, 1970-1990
    • Box 5Folder 33
      Oral history interview with Robert E. Marshak done by Charles Weiner of the American Institute of Physics, 1970
    • Box 5Folder 34
      Robert E. Marshak, "The Rochester Conferences: The Rise of International Cooperation in High Energy Physics." Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, June 1970
    • Box 5Folder 35
      Robert E. Marshak, "Scientific Impact of the First Decade of the 'Rochester' Conferences." Paper given by Marshak at a symposium on "Particle Physics in the 1950s: Pions to Quarks." Fermilab, 1985 Conference Proceedings, edited by L. Brown and L. Hoddeson
    • Box 5Folder 36
      Robert E. Marshak, "Contribution of the First Decade of the 'Rochester' Conferences to the restructuring of Particle Physics (1950-1960)." Paper presented by Marshak at a conference on "The Restructuring of the Physical Sciences in Europe and the United States, 1945-60" in Rome during September 1988; to be published in the conference proceedings edited by M. De Maria and M. Grilli
    • Box 5Folder 37
      Robert E. Marshak, "The Khrushchev Detente and Emerging Internationalism in Particle Physics." Physics Today, January 1990
    • Box 5Folder 38
      Microfiche copy of the collection (Boxes 1-5)
Series II. A-Z files
  • Box A1Folder 1
    A-AMD
    • 1. Abashian - correspondence
    • 2. P.T. Abraham - correspondence
    • 3. African Mission - correspondence with Salam, S. Husain, etc., and articles
    • 4. Accuracy in Academia (AIA) - articles, newspaper copies, and papers
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS)
    • Box A1Folder 2
      American Academy of Arts and Sciences - council meetings, correspondence
    • Box A1Folder 3
      American Academy of Arts and Sciences - budgets, proposed software policy, progress reports
    • Box A1Folder 4
      American Academy of Arts and Sciences - recommended candidates for election '88, listing of the officers, councilors, and standing committees, 1988
    • Box A1Folder 5
      American Academy of Arts and Sciences - council meetings, correspondence, etc.
    • Box A1Folder 6
      American Academy of Arts and Sciences - correspondence
    • Box A1Folder 7
      AAAS agendas for 1983, 1984 meetings; biographical sketches, 1983-1984
    • Box A1Folder 8
      AAAS agendas for 1985, 1986, 1987, etc., 1985-1987
    • Box A1Folder 9
      AAAS committee on scientific freedom and responsibility
    • Box A2Folder 1
      1983-84 Directory of the AAAS Consortium of Affiliates for International Programs, 1983-1984
    • Box A2Folder 2
      Chalk, R. - correspondence and draft papers sent by Rosemary Chalk
    • Box A2Folder 3
      AAAS Projects and correspondence under this group; AAAS public sector programs - addresses and telephone no. of past and present congressional science and engineering fellows
    • Box A2Folder 4
      1990 AAAS Symposium - correspondence, articles, presentation cover sheets, etc., 1990
  • Box A2Folder 5
    American Association of Physics Teachers - correspondence from C. L. Andrews, Chairman, William Fidler, etc.
  • Box A2Folder 6
    American..., 1984-1987
    • 1. ACLS - correspondence from Georgene B. Lovecky
    • 2. American Philosophical Society - program for general meeting '84 '87; listing of nominations for membership '84; correspondence Randolph Klein, etc., 1984-1987
  • Box A2Folder 7
    AMF-AS
    • 1. Arms Control Association - correspondence with and article by Spurgeon M. Keeny, Jr.; Arms Control Association Annual Report
    • 2. Associated Universities - correspondence; reports; booklets on the organization and its objectives for '63, '65, '68; etc., 1963-1968
  • Box A2Folder 8
    AT-AZ - correspondence in connection with atomic scientists, atomic development, etc.
  • Box A2Item 1
    Notebook: correspondence about high energy group, etc.
  • Box A2Folder 9
    Atomic Energy Commission - correspondence concerning the AEC
  • Box B1Folder 1
    B-BES
    • 1. Correspondence with John Bailey and Robert Bacher
    • 2. Baldo-Ceolin correspondence
    • 3. Bethe - correspondence
    • 4. Talks at VPI - mailing lists, letters, reports
  • Box B1Folder 2
    BF-BK
    • 1. Correspondence concerning BITNET (IBM communication network)
  • Blacksburg Workshop
    • Box B1Folder 3
      Blacksburg Workshop '79 "Weak Interactions", 1979
      • 1. Participants lists, correspondence, and banquet menu booklet
    • 1980 Blacksburg Workshop
      • Box B1Folder 4
        1980 Workshop, 1980
        • 1. Letters and comments on the workshop
        • 2. Workshop budget
        • 3. 1982 workshop
      • Box B1Folder 5
        Bills, Expenditures, Purchases, etc.
      • Box FloorGroup of papers folder: 1
        "Weak Interaction as Probes of Unification," extensive work from the proceedings of a VPI workshop, 1980; correspondence from Janet Manning, George Collins
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 1
        Invitations
        • 1. Invited participants from VPI
        • 2. Invited chairmen and speakers
        • 3. Invitation to banquets
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 2
        Articles and papers
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 3
        List of names of the theorists who sent manuscripts; list of those invited; post card replies, etc.
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 4
        Preliminary programs and programs for VPI workshop, 1980
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 5
        VPI Workshop 1980 - list of participants, including arrivals and departures, lodgings, correspondence from Lynn Kesler
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 6
        VPI Workshop replies
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 7
        Invitations and list of invited participants
      • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 8
        Participants list
      • Scientific notes, etc. used during workshop
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 9
          T. Goldman; Barger: Discussion; Session IIA, 1A discussion
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 10
          Greenberg (copy): scientific papers
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 11
          R. Davis (copy): Session IIA, 1.b (experimental)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 12
          Huang (copy): Session IIA, 3.b
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 13
          N. Chang (copy): Session IB, 2.c (theory)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 14
          W. Manciano (copy): Session IB, 2.b (theory)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 15
          Biedenharn (discussion) (copy): Session IID, 3.c
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 16
          V. Barger (copy): Session IIA, 1.a
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 17
          T. Kamae (copy): Session IC, 2.c (experimental)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 18
          R. Mischke (copy): Session IIA, 1.c (experimental)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 19
          R. Peccei (copy): Session ID, 2.e
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 20
          Raffi (copy): experiment
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 21
          P. Rosen (copy): Session 2B, 1.d
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 22
          L. Trueman (copy): Session ID, 3.c
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 23
          Zee (copy): Session IIC, 3.a
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 24
          F. Avignone (copy): Session IA, 1.c
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 25
          Saturday AM copies: Perl, Weinberg, Nambu, Ginsey, Veltman, Mohapatra
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 26
          Sudanshan (discussion) (copy): Session IIC, 3.a
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 25
          M. Beg (copy): Session IID, 3.b
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 26
          Anderson (copy): Session IC, 2.c (discussion)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 27
          R. Shrock (copy): Session IIA, 1.c (theoretical)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 28
          Srednicki (copy): Session IID, 3.b
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 29
          Tsao (copy)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 30
          M. Turner (copy): Session IIA, 1.b (theoretical)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 31
          Turner (copy): Session IC, 2.d
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 32
          H. Tye (copy): Session ID, 3.b (theoretical)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 33
          Wali (copy): Session IIC, 3.a
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 35
          C. S. Wu (copy): Session IA, 1.a
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 36
          Yao (copy): Session IIC, 3.a
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 37
          Yasue (copy): ? submission
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 38
          G. Young (copy): Session IC, 2.c (experimental)
        • Box FloorEnvelope folder: 34, 39-45
          Scientific notes and papers used at the workshop
      • Box FloorTape item: 1-12
        Talks from the workshop
    • Box B1Folder 6
      Blacksburg Workshop, 1983
      • 1. Mailing list, schedules, descriptions of the workshop, confirmation of reservations, etc.
  • Box B1Folder 7
    Bohr Symposium II
    • 1. The Niels Bohr Symposium, reports, articles, letters of intent for support, etc.
  • Box B1Folder 8
    BLAH-BQ
    • 1. Correspondence with Stephen Blaha, Gertrude Blanche, etc.
    • 2. Bonn Conference: registration forms, name lists of participants, etc.
    • 3. Book with Sudarshan - (book by Sudarshan and Marshak) book review, correspondence, list of names to send book to
    • 4. Book gifts - correspondence, donating of books, etc.
    • 5. Book orders, bills, catalogue, etc.
  • Box B1Folder 9
    BR-BRD
    • 1. Correspondence from John Brademas, Hugh Bradner, etc.
    • 2. Branco, Gustavo C. - correspondence
    • 3. Brazil - request, reports, articles
  • Box B1Folder 10
    BRE-BZ
    • 1. Correspondence with Gregory Breit, D. A. Bromley
    • 2. Brookhaven Lab - correspondence
    • 3. Bulletin of Atomic Scientist
  • China-U.S. Physics Examination and Application Program (CUSPEA)
    • Box B2Folder 1
      CUSPEA record booklet
    • Box B2Folder 2
      1982 CUSPEA - correspondence and lists, 1982
    • Box B2Folder 3
      1983 CUSPEA - correspondence and lists, 1983
    • Box B2Folder 4
      1984 CUSPEA - correspondence and lists, 1984
    • Box B2Folder 5
      1985 CUSPEA record booklet, 1985
    • Box B2Folder 6
      1986 CUSPEA record booklet, 1986
    • Box B2Folder 7
      1987 CUSPEA record booklet, 1987
  • Box B2Folder 8
    C-CA
    • 1. Correspondence with Robert Cahn; Curriculum Vitae by John Cairns, etc.
    • 2. Carnegie Institute of Technology - awards, letters, and articles
    • 3. Calling cards - business cards
    • 4. Carlisle, Fred - correspondence
  • Box B2Folder 9
    CB-CHI
    • 1. Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Faculty (CEBAF)
    • 2. Cern - correspondence
    • 3. Chang, L. N. - correspondence
  • Box B2Folder 10
    China Committee
    • 1. Correspondence, reports, etc.
  • Box B2Folder 11
    CHJ-COLLINS
    • 1. Choices and Challenges - pamphlets, etc.
    • 2. Kuang-Chao Chou - publications list, correspondence
    • 3. City College - letter and program
    • 4. City University - poster
    • 5. Correspondence with Edward Clancy, Kenneth Clark, etc.
  • Box B2Folder 12
    China
    • 1. Reports from China, pamphlets, etc.
    • 2. China Trip Report '81 - reports and correspondence, 1981
  • Box B2Folder 13
    COLM-COMN
    • 1. Correspondence from the Columbia Broadcast Center, Joseph Comfort, etc.
  • Box B2Folder 14
    Committee of Concerned Scientists
    • 1. New letters and reports
  • Box B2Folder 15
    Committee of Urban Program Universities (CUPU)
    • 1. Correspondence and reports
  • Box B2Folder 16
    Committee on National Educational Policies in Science and Engineering - A Report
  • Conferences, meetings, etc.
    • Box C1Folder 1
      Coral Gables conferences correspondence
    • Box C1Folder 2
      International Conference on Theoretical Physics, Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan, September '53 - correspondence, September 1953
    • Box C1Folder 3
      Symposium on Basic Research '59 correspondence, 1959
    • Box C1Folder 4
      Tata Summer School '60-'61, includes correspondence from Bhabha, etc., book on the inauguration of new buildings, 1960-1961
    • Box C1Folder 5
      Japanese conference - correspondence with N. Fukuda, Hideki Yukawa, etc.
    • Box C1Folder 6
      Miscellaneous correspondence with/about 4th annual workshop on Novae; R. F. Sawyer, etc., 1980
    • Box C1Folder 7
      1981 - papers on conferences and symposiums, 1981
    • Box C1Folder 8
      Third Workshop on Grand Unification (TWOGU) correspondence
    • Box C1Folder 9
      1982 - symposiums, correspondence from Wick Haxton, Andre Bertholet, etc., 1982
    • Box C1Folder 10
      Fourth Workshop on Grand Unification (FWOGU) - participants list and registration form
    • Box C1Folder 11
      DPF Meeting in Sante Fe
    • Box C1Folder 12
      Wingspread - seminar schedule
    • Box C1Folder 13
      Santa Fe Meeting - Rio Grande Institute, schedules for workshops
    • Box C1Folder 14
      1985 - correspondence with Stefan Pokerski, Grzegor Bialkowski, etc., 1985
    • Box C1Folder 15
      Japan '85 - papers by Marshak, forms for international travel requests, etc., 1985
    • Box C1Folder 16
      June 1985 Meeting - scientific notes, correspondence from Janet Manning, etc., June 1985
    • Box C1Folder 17
      Notes on 1985 conference, 1985
    • Box C1Folder 18
      Fermilab, May 1985 - programs, correspondence, etc., May 1985
    • Box C1Folder 19
      1986 Meeting, 1986
    • Box C1Folder 20
      13th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, 1986
    • Box C1Folder 21
      Conferences
      • 1. 1987: Meetings, Symposiuim on Conversation Law in Physics, 1987
      • 2. Landau Symposium in Copenhagen
      • 3. Hamburg Conference of 1987 - participants list and scientific notes, 1987
      • 4. 1987 - schedule for tentative workshop
      • 5. Summer 1987, Bristol - notes and papers concerning trips to United Kingdom, London, etc., Summer 1987
      • 6. 1988 - correspondence with I. M. Khalatnikov, Frank Kockling, etc., 1988
      • 7. Rome Conference - notes, correspondence, etc.
      • 8. Trieste Conference 1989 - general information
      • 9. 1989 - correspondence, etc.
      • 10. 1990 - correspondence, etc.
      • 11. Okubo Spymposium, 1990
      • 12. Sakita '90 - symposium in honor of Bunji Sakita's 60th birthday
      • 13. Singapore - meeting of the organizing committee
      • 14. 1991 - workshop on Electoweak Symmetry Breaking
      • 15. Sudashan Workshop - scientific notes
      • 16. 1992 - correspondence with Gaetano Scarpetta, Lillian Hoddeson, etc.
      • 17. 1993 - correspondence concerning the Fifth International Symposium on "Neutrino Telescopes"
  • Box C1Folder 22
    CONG-COV
    • 1. Contracts and grants - correspondence
    • 2. Council of Graduate Schools in the U.S.
    • 3. Council of Scientific Society Presidents
    • 4. Council on Foreign Relations
  • Box C1Folder 23
    COW-CZ
    • 1. Center for the Study of Science in Society (CSSS) - correspondence from Arthur Donovan, etc.
    • 2. Cunningham Fellowships - correspondence from David Roselle
  • Box C1Folder 24
    D-DEO
  • Department of Energy (DOE), etc.
    • Box C1Folder 25
      Manpower - Manpower in the High Energy Physics, lists, correspondence
    • Box C1Folder 26
      Subpanel on Non-Accelerator Particle Physics - listings, correspondence from J. Sandweiss
    • Box C1Folder 27
      Technical Assessment Committee for University Programs (TACUP) (DOE) - correspondence from Harold K. Ticho
    • Box C1Folder 28
      Proposal Reviews - correspondence with Robert L. Thews, P. K. Williams, etc.
    • Box C1Folder 29
      CRAY - correspondence concerning the CRAY X-MP machine from William A. Wallenmeyer, etc.
    • Box C1Folder 30
      RD&D - research and development correspondence with William Wallenmeyer, Notice of Energy RD&D Project
    • Box C2Folder 1
      Progress reports on Department of Energy (DOE) under the title Theory of Weak Interactions and Related Topics
    • Box C2Folder 2
      Department of Energy (DOE) correspondence dealing with progress reports and proposals
    • Box C2Folder 3
      1981 - correspondence concerning the proposals for and extension of the DOE grant, revised budget, etc., 1981
    • Box C2Folder 4
      1982 - correspondence concerning DOE grants, budgets, etc., 1982
    • Box C2Folder 5
      1983 - correspondence about the budget, DOE progress, etc., 1983
    • Box C2Folder 6
      Report on DOE, High Energy Physics
    • Box C2Folder 7
      1984 - DOE Proposals, etc., 1984
    • Box C2Folder 8
      1985 - research proposals, 1985
    • Box C2Folder 9
      1986 - correspondence concerning research proposals, 1986
    • Box C2Folder 10
      1987 - correspondence concerning DOE proposals, 1987
  • Box C2Folder 11
    DEQ-DN
    • 1. Development of Elementary Particle Physics - correspondence
    • 2. DeWind Committee
    • 3. Division of Particles and Fields (DPF) - meeting
  • Box C2Folder 12
    DIRAC Price - correspondence
  • Box C2Folder 13
    DO-DQ
    • 1. Donovan, A. - correspondence
    • 2. Doswald, H. - correspondence
  • Box C2Folder 14
    DR-DZ - correspondence
  • Box C2Folder 15
    E-EO
    • 1. Energy - Suggestions for a Phase-II National Energy Policy (1977) by William M. Brown and Herman Kahn
    • 2. Enrico Fermi Award - correspondence concerning nominations
    • 3. European Physical Society (EPS) - copies of paid membership checks
  • Box C2Folder 16
    Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCOR)
  • Box C2Folder 17
    EQ-EZ - Eric Conference '79 bulletin, scientific notes
  • Box C2Folder 18
    F.O.R.G.E. grants correspondence
  • Box C2Folder 19
    F-FEDERATION - correspondence with Wolt Fabrycky, Clifton T. McLoed, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 1
    FEE-FERMI
    • 1. Correspondence from Feinberg, B. Feld, D. Feldman, etc.
    • 2. Fellowships - letters to the University of North Carolina, University of Michigan, etc.
    • 3. Correspondence form Farinholt, Feshback, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 2
    Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)
    • 1. Newsletters, correspondence, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 3
    FES-FQ
    • 1. Feynman, R. P. - correspondence
    • 2. Correspondence with H. Feshbach, S. Feuer, etc.
    • 3. Finn, David - correspondence
    • 4. Correspondence with Fiorini, Fitzgerald, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 4
    FR-FZ
    • 1. Florida State University - letter from Vasken Hagopin
    • 2. Correspondence with V. Fraenckel, W. Fretter, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 5
    G-GH
    • 1. Correspondence with J. Gammel, W. Gannett, etc.
    • 2. Geng, Dr. Chaoqiang - correspondence, curriculum vitae, applications, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 6
    GI-GN
    • 1. Giacco, Alexander - correspondence
    • 2. Correspondence with R. Gibbs, T. Gilmer, etc.
    • 3. Glasgow Conference - program, correspondence, etc.
    • 4. Correspondence with R. Glass, S. Glashow, etc.
    • 5. Glazer, Nathan - correspondence
    • 6. Globus, Stephen - correspondence
  • Box D1Folder 7
    GO-GUF
    • 1. Correspondence with V. Goldanskii, M. Goldberg, etc.
    • 2. Gorbachev - Report on the Council Delegation Visit to the U.S.S.R.
    • 3. Correspondence with W. Gordon, I. Greenberg, etc.
    • 4. Grenoble - correspondence with F. Gonnenwein, etc.
    • 5. Gribov, V. - correspondence
    • 6. Correspondence with T. Griffith, F. Gross, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 8
    Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
    • 1. Fellowships, Fellowship programs 1981-1983, reports for 1979, 1979-1983
  • Box D1Folder 9
    GUH-GZ
    • 1. Correspondence with D. Guinier, P. Gulmanelli, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 10
    H-HD
    • 1. Correspondence with W. Hass, H. Halban, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 10
    HE-HON
    • 1. Correspondence with C. Hebel, W. Helmreich, etc.
    • 2. Honor Program - Virginia Tech's University Honors Program
    • 3. Honor System - Virginia Tech's Honor System - plagiarism, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 10
    Heineman Prize
    • 1. Correspondence
  • Box D1Folder 10
    High Energy Physics Advisory Panel (HEPAP)
    • 1. Summer study and research program
  • Box D1Folder 10
    HOO-HUL
    • 1. The Physical Society - correspondence
    • 2. Hotels - reservation, cancellation, and receipt
    • 3. Correspondence with C. Houska, J. Howard, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 10
    HUM-HZ
    • 1. Correspondence with Hubert Humphrey, Henry Hurwitz, R. Huntoon, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 10
    Human Rights
    • 1. Correspondence, pending cases, etc.
  • Box D1Folder 10
    International Council of the Scientific Unions Program (ICSU)
    • 1. ICSU Advisory Committee for ICSU Proposal
  • International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP)
    • Box D2Folder 1
      IUPAP - notebook of information; news bulletins; minutes from meetings; articles; reports; correspondence
    • Box D2Folder 2
      IUPAP - nominations for commission; info regarding the 17th General Assembly; correspondence; statutes; general report of '82; tentative agenda for the Meeting of the U.S. Liaison Committee for IUPAP
  • Box D2Folder 3
    I-INT
    • 1. India - agenda to India, correspondence from L. S. Kothari, etc.
    • 2. IHEP - correspondence from Luke W. Mo, A. Abashian, etc.
    • 3. Institute for Advanced Study - list of visiting professors and long time members, newsletters
    • 4. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) newsletters
  • Box D2Folder 4
    Institute of International Education (IIE) book - U.S. College Sponsored Programs Abroad; Annual Report 1978
  • Box D2Folder 5
    Institute - notes and correspondence
  • Box D2Folder 6
    Scientific Council Meeting - correspondence from John Hall, Paolo Budini, etc.; reports, etc.
  • Box D2Folder 7
    International Atomic Energy Agency 1960-61 - correspondence, 1960-1961
  • Box D2Folder 8
    International Centre for Theoretical Physics
    • 1. Trieste Center - correspondence from Marshal Rosenbluth, Luciano Bertocchi, H. R. Dalafi, etc.
  • Box D2Folder 9
    ICTP Council Meeting - correspondence Paolo Budinich, L. Bertocchi, agendas
  • Box D2Folder 10
    INU-IZ - correspondence from Irving S. Norry, J. F. Detoeuf, D. Invanenko
  • Box D2Folder 11
    J-JA - scientific notes; correspondence with Dr. M. Jacob, Boris A. Jacobson, etc.
    • 1. Japan - schedules, correspondence from Yoshio Fujioka, paper/article about Information on Tokyo for U.S. Delegation
  • Box D2Folder 12
    JB-JZ - correspondence from Zhang Jianzi, M. H. Johnson, etc.
  • Box D2Folder 13
    K-KEK - correspondence with P. K. Kabir, Malu wa Kalenga, Calvin Kalmon, etc.
  • Box D2Folder 14
    KEL-KN - Charles A. Keller, Armand W. Kelly, etc.
  • Box E1Folder 1
    KO-KZ - correspondence with Kobayashi, Julius Ashkin, Mayor Edward Koch, etc.
  • Box E1Folder 2
    L-LD - correspondence with Parker Ladd, Lansing Lamont, etc., curriculum vitae for Paul G. Langacker, etc.
  • Box E1Folder 3
    Lee, Ching-Yieh - correspondence and scientific paper
  • Box E1Folder 4
    LE-LEVICH - correspondence with T. D. Lee, Edward Levi, etc., curriculum vitae for Evgeny Levich
  • Box E1Folder 5
    LEVIENS-LH
    • 1. Levien, Raphael - correspondence concerning what to do about an eleven year old boy taking senior courses at Virginia Tech, including letters explaining how gifted he is and what to do about him, 1981-1984
  • Box E1Folder 6
    LI-LIO - correspondence with Y. Liang
  • Box E1Folder 7
    LIP-LOS - correspondence with H. J. Lipkin, Seth Lipsky, etc.
  • Box E1Folder 8
    Los Alamos Reunion - listing of invited guests; 4 newspapers
  • Box E1Folder 9
    LOT-LZ - correspondence with Elmer Louis, Arnold N. Loawn, Gungru Lu, etc.
  • Box E1Folder 10
    M-MAR - correspondence from Zhong-Qi Ma, Frank J. Macchiarola, Richard Medey, etc.
  • Box E1Folder 11
    Maryland APS Meeting - paper by different speakers, scientific notes
  • Box E1Folder 12
    MAS-MD - correspondence with McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc.
  • Box E1Folder 13
    Mexican Symposium correspondence
  • Box E1Folder 14
    Mehra visit 1988 - correspondence, 1988
  • Box E1Folder 15
    Mehra correspondence
  • Box E1Folder 16
    ME - fax, paper, correspondence, etc.
  • Box E1Folder 17
    Miniconference program, agenda
  • Box E2Folder 1
    Proposal for American Participation in Phase II of the Neutron Oscillation Experiment at ILL [Institut Laue–Langevin], Grenoble, reports
  • Box E2Folder 2
    Luke W. Mo - recommended for the Panofsky Prize, works by Mo, etc.
  • Box E2Folder 3
    MOA-MZ - correspondence with John W. Moffat, Dr. R. N. Mohapatra, Michael J. Moravcsik, etc.
  • Box E2Folder 4
    National Academy of Engineering - pamphlet for nominations
  • Box E2Folder 5
    N-National - correspondence with Dr. Nasser Nafari, M. el Nadi, etc.
  • Box E2Folder 6
    National Research Council of Canada - correspondence concerning the NRCC with M.H. Trytten, etc.
  • Box E2Folder 7
    Correspondence concerning proposals for nomination, including with Philip Handler, etc.
  • National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
    • Box E2Folder 8
      National Academy of Scienes (NAS)
      • 1. Frauenfelder, Hans - correspondence
      • 2. High Technology Meeting report - International Relations in a Technologically Advanced Future by Richard N. Cooper and Ann L. Hollick
      • 3. Committee on Human Rights (NAS) - correspondence with Lipman Bers, etc.
      • 4. Correspondence on NAS activities
    • Box E2Folder 9
      NAS - China - correspondence on Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People's Republic of China (1985); eight chapter drafting of Scope of Exchange Study, 1985
    • Box E2Folder 10
      NAS - Foreign Associates (1981( - correspondence with H. H. Barschall, Robert G. Sachs, etc., 1981
    • Box E2Folder 11
      NAS - Proposal for nominations for foreign associates, biographical information
    • Box E2Folder 12
      Votes for 1982 - proposals for nominations, biographical information, etc., 1982
    • Box E2Folder 13
      1984 - nominating letters, 1984
    • Box E2Folder 14
      Foreign Associates - proposals for nomination of foreign associates membership
    • Box E2Folder 15
      1986 - proposals for nomination of membership, 1986
    • Box E2Folder 16
      1987 - NAS Panel for Foreign Associates, 1987
    • Box E2Folder 17
      1988 - NAS nominations for foreign associates, 1988
    • Box E2Folder 18
      1989 - NAS nominations for foreign associates, 1989
    • Box E2Folder 19
      1990 - correspondence to solicit nominations for foreign associates, 1990
    • Box E2Folder 20
      1991 - nomination for foreign associates, 1991
    • Box E2Folder 21
      1992 - soliciting nominations for foreign associates, 1992
    • Box E2Folder 22
      NAS Human Resource - documents, reports, and reviews of national educational policies in science and engineering
    • Box E2Folder 23
      NAS meeting - pre-registration forms
    • Box F1Folder 1
      NAS Members - proposals for nominations; 1985 and 1987 book on election of members; papers on the selection of the screening panel, 1985-1987
    • Box F1Folder 2
      NAS Nominations - proposals and correspondence for nominations
    • Box F1Folder 3
      NAS Panels - correspondence from Steve Adler
      • 1. '86 Panel - correspondence
      • 2. '87 - correspondence concerning candidates
      • 3. '88 - correspondence concerning candidates
      • 4. 1989 - correspondence
      • 5. '90 - proposals for members
      • 6. 1991 - informal ballot
      • 7. 1992 - correspondence
    • Box F1Folder 4
      NAS Proceedings Office - proceedings of the NAS
    • Box F1Folder 6
      NAS 1983 Workshop - agenda, notes, list of invited participants, essays and reports, 1983
  • Box F1Folder 5
    National Research Council - correspondence with Melvin Thompson, etc.
  • Box F1Folder 7
    National Accelerator Laboratory - correspondence with E. Goldwasser, etc.
  • Box F1Folder 8
    National Association-National Institution
    • 1. Minutes of NAM Committee on Research, etc.
    • 2. National Humanities Center - list of names; brochure; booklet
  • Box F1Folder 9
    National Science Board - correspondence concerning the names for the nominations
  • Box F1Folder 10
    Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction - correspondence concerning the proposal for the Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction from Harold S. Zapolsky, etc.
  • Box F1Folder 11
    National Science Foundation - correspondence concerning the NSF
  • Box F2Folder 1
    National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Box F2Folder 2
    NB-NH
    • 1. Letters to the New York Times from Marshak
    • 2. Newsletters - Research Division, memorandum, humanities, etc.
  • Box F2Folder 3
    New York Academy of Science pamphlet
  • Box F2Folder 4
    NIG-NIGD - correspondence with Rodney W. Nichols, etc.
  • Box F2Folder 5
    Nigeria - correspondence from Moyibi Amoda, meeting of the Nigera-United States Workshop on Technological Development in Nigeria
  • Box F2Folder 6
    NIH-NZ
    • 1. Nishijima Festschrift - correspondence from Akira Ukawa; paper prepared for Festschrift in honor of Prof. Kazuhiko Nishijima
    • 2. Nobel Prize - names of winners for 1977 in the press release from the Royal Swedish Academy of Science; booklet - Nobelstiftelse, The Nobel Foundation, Code of Statutes given...1900; listing of winners from 1980 in physics, chemistry, economy; 1981 for physics, economy, chemistry; 1979 in economy and physics
    • 3. University of North Carolina Evaluation Committee
    • 4. Nuclear Forces and the Few-Nucleon Problem - conference
    • 5. Nucleonics - scientific notes, etc.
  • Box F2Folder 7
    ON-OP
    • 1. Okamoto, Yuko - correspondence
    • 2. Scientific notes and correspondence; booklet entitled "Supplement of the Progress of Theoretical Physics"; correspondence from S. Okubo
  • Box F2Folder 8
    Orbis Scientiae
    • 1. 1980 - correspondence from Arnold Perlmutter; list of participants; papers from 1980 talks
    • 2. 1981 - list of participants; brochure
  • Box F2Folder 9
    Oppenheimer 1982 - Marshak receives the J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize; letters with Robert Oppenheimer, 1982
  • Box F2Folder 10
    OR-OZ
    • 1. Orland, Peter - correspondence
  • Box F2Folder 11
    P1071 - Physics 1071 (1979) notes, grades, syllabus, and evaluations, etc., 1979
  • Box F2Folder 12
    P-PAR
    • 1. Parida, M. K. - correspondence; biography; list of publications; paper
  • Box F2Folder 13
    Particle Physics Group - agendas and memos
  • Box F2Folder 14
    Particle Physics Report - Physics in the 80's Elementary Particle Physics; Report of the Elementary Particle Physics Panel..., 1984, ca. 1980s
  • Box F2Folder 15
    PAS-PHW
    • 1. Pasupathy, Dr. J. - correspondence
  • Box F2Folder 16
    Phi Beta Kappa Scholar - correspondence concerning contributions, information inviting visiting scholars, etc.
  • Box G1Folder 1
    Correspondence about manuscripts and copyrights with D. L. Norstrom, Stanley Brown, etc.; scientific papers
  • Box G1Folder 2
    Physical Review - Physical Review Letters
    • 1. Copyright forms
  • Box G1Folder 3
    PHY-PHZ - Physics Today: letters with the editor, Gloria Lubkin; articles; American Institute of Physics History Newsletter, May 1989; etc.
  • Physics Department
    • Box G1Folder 4
      Faculty Meetings - memos of meetings, etc.
    • Box G1Folder 5
      General: Physics department reports, other data
    • Box G1Folder 6
      Graduate Committee - questionnaire for graduate program; planning for graduate courses; orientation agenda; etc.
    • Box G1Folder 7
      Promotions and Tenure - dossiers in tenure and promotion cases and dossier preparation, etc.
    • Box G1Folder 8
      Review - Report on Assessment of the Physics Department from the Physics Review Committee
    • Box G1Folder 9
      Astrophysics Group Long Range Planning Report
    • Box G1Folder 10
      Physics Department Head search - correspondence, etc.
    • Box G1Folder 11
      News - VPI&SU Physics Department News; Annual report for '89-'90 dept., 1989-1990
    • Box G1Folder 12
      Physics Department - report on the plans and strategies for the "Longer Term," '87, 1987
  • Box G1Folder 13
    PI-POQ - Pisa Conference - Italian Physical Society for the International Conference, 1955, agenda, correspondence
  • POS-PRE
    • Box G1Folder 14
      Portuguese Agreement; correspondence from J. M. Araujo, Robert Dyck, etc.
    • Box G1Folder 15
      Pramana (Journal of Physics) - articles published in journal
    • Box G1Folder 16
      President's House - concerning charge number for certain extension
    • Box G1Folder 17
      Presidential Symposium - Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Global Warming
  • Box G1Folder 18
    Pugwash Conference - Pugwash Newsletter, 1982-1987; correspondence from William Swartz, 1982-1987
  • Box G1Folder 19
    PRES-PZ
    • 1. Primakoff, Henry - correspondence
    • 2. Provost - VPI - handwritten notes
  • Box G1Folder 20
    R-REP
    • 1. Rabi, I. I. - correspondence with/about Rabi; schedule for symposium honoring Rabi
  • Box G1Folder 21
    Q - paper about Frank Quinn's career; correspondence with Roger A. Teekell, Bernard E. La Berge, etc.
  • Box G1Folder 22
    Reports
    • 1. Education (Reports) - Education Americans for the 21st Century (book)
  • Box G1Folder 23
    Research Cooperation - correspondence; research project approval; etc.
  • Box G1Folder 24
    REQ-ROL - correspondence with R. Revelle
  • Box G1Folder 25
    Richmond - correspondence; report on a conference: The Place of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 1984
  • Box G1Folder 26
    Thomas Rizzo correspondence
  • Box G1Folder 27
    Arthur Roberts correspondence
  • Box G1Folder 28
    Don Robson correspondence
  • Box G1Folder 29
    Rochester Conference - correspondence with J. McComas; listing sent to P. Gaslion from 1954-1959, 1954-1959, n.d.
  • Box G1Folder 30
    ROM-RT
    • 1. Roper, L. D. - correspondence
    • 2. Roselle, D. - correspondence
  • Box G2Folder 1
    RU-RZ
    • 1. Russia 1989 - correspondence concerning cancellation of Marshak's visit
    • 2. Russia - concerning budget cuts and denial for a visiting USSR professor
  • Box G2Folder 2
    Society of Physics Students (SPS) - memo, newsletter
  • Box G2Folder 3
    Science Research Associates (SRA) - correspondence from Richard Giesne, R. D. Bovenschulte, etc.
  • Box G2Folder 4
    SSC [Senate Subcommitte?] - correspondence from Paul Trible, Frederick Boucher, etc.
  • Box G2Folder 5
    Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA) - correspondence from W. E. Lavery, etc.
  • Box G2Folder 6
    S-SAK - telegrams and correspondence from R. G. Sachs, etc.
    • 1. SAHEP membership list
  • Box G2Folder 7
    Salam correspondence
  • Box G2Folder 8
    SAL-SCHL - correspondence with Winfield W. Salisbury, Edwin E. Salpeter, etc.
  • Box G2Folder 9
    SCHM-SCIENCE - correspondence with Carl E. Schorske
  • Box G2Folder 10
    S. I. Schwartz - nomination to Who's Who and American Men & Women of Science; correspondence
  • Box G2Folder 11
    Science, Technology, and Human Values - draft agenda for Task Force on Science Policy
  • Box G2Folder 12
    Scientists' Institute for Public Information - correspondence with Alan McGowan, Fred Jerome, etc.
  • Box G2Folder 13
    Strategic Arms Limitations Talks (SALT)
    • 1. Nature of the four fermion interactions: notes, etc.
  • Box G2Folder 14
    UNESCO paper clippings
  • Box H1Folder 1
    SCIENTIFIC-SHA
    • 1. Correspondence from Carl Shakin, Gino Sengre, etc.
    • 2. G. Senjanovic - correspondence, class information
  • Box H1Folder 2
    SDI
    • 1. Newspaper clippings, articles, and reports
  • Search Committee (Virginia Tech)
    • Box H1Folder 3
      Applications, resumes, and papers for jobs at Virginia Tech in research, associate professor, and assistant professor
    • Box H1Folder 4 (2 folders)
      Search Committee
      • 1. Suggested applicants
      • 2. Search committee for a theoretical particle physicist
  • Box H1Folder 5
    Seattle Center
    • 1. Concerning the National Theoretical Nuclear Physics Institute
  • Box H1Folder 6
    Senior Seminar "Emerging..." (PiH, REM)
    • 1. Emerging Syntheses in Modern Science
    • 2. Santa Fe Institute newsletters, etc.
    • 3. Proposal by Joseph Pitt about Emerging Synthesis project
  • Box H1Folder 7
    SHB-SIK
    • 1. Correspondence with Takeshi Shirafuji, Harold Shimberg, etc.
    • 2. Sigma Xi
    • 3. Sigma Xi Centennial
  • Box H1Folder 8
    SIL-SL
    • 1. Correspondence with Paula Silberstein, Albert Simon, etc.
    • 2. Paul Slattery - correspondence
  • Box H1Folder 9
    Sloan Foundation
    • 1. Reports, letters, and suggestions
    • 2. Lists and letters concerning the Sloan Research Fellows for '68-'69, 1968-1969
    • 3. Sloan program committee
    • 4. Nominations and eliminations
    • 5. Meeting of the program committee
    • 6. The role of the Sloan Foundation
    • 7, Information and correspondence
  • Box 1994-1Folder 23
    Sloan Foundation
    • 1. Letters, name lists, and reports
  • Box 1994-1Folder 24
    Sloan Foundation, 1970
    • 1. Correspondence, reports, nominations, etc.
  • Box H2Folder 1
    Sloan Foundation - Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Reports for 1979, 1980, 1981; invites to attend dinners, etc., 1979-1981
  • Box H2Folder 2
    SM-SP - correspondence with Lloyd P. Smith, Ralph Carlisle Smith, etc.
  • Box H2Folder 3
    Soviet - reports, newsletters, and correspondence from Dr. Yori Orlov, concerning the Soviet
  • Box H2Folder 4
    Staebler, Gary - correspondence
  • Box H2Folder 5
    STEG-ST - correspondence with J. Steinberger, Florence Stern, etc.
  • Box H2Folder 6
    SU-SUZ
    • 1. Sudarshan, E. C. G. - correspondence
  • Box H2Folder 7
    T-TEC - correspondence with H. Takebe, Igor Tamm of Moscow, etc.
  • Box H2Folder 8
    Technology and Foreign Affairs - Symposium on Technology Frontiers and Foreign Relations: program, agenda; listing of attendees; correspondence
  • Box H2Folder 9
    TELEX Forms - Western Union telex forms
  • Box H2Folder 10
    TEL-TN
    • 1. Tiomno Festschrift - correspondence concerning paper
    • 2. Tiomno, Jayme - correspondence and reports
  • Box H2Folder 11
    Tolsa, Y. - correspondence
  • Box H2Folder 12
    Italy '85 - approval for travel papers, reimbursement papers, 1985
  • Box H2Folder 13
    Third World Academy of Science - correspondence concerning International Workshop to Assess the Coverage of the Scientific Output of the Third World, etc.
  • Box H2Folder 14
    TWAS Prize: awards awarded each year; meeting of committees; etc.
  • Box H2Folder 15
    TO-TROV
    • 1. TRIUMF - program; correspondence concerning the Theory Group at TRIUMF
  • Box H2Folder 16
    Trieste
    • 1. Trieste Symposium - correspondence from those unable to attend
    • 2. Trieste Symposium Participants - attendees
    • 3. Trieste Symposium correspondence with Abdus Salam
  • Box H2Folder 17
    Trieste
    • 1. Trieste Symposium Program - participants
    • 2. Trieste Conference - notes, correspondence, and reports
    • 3. Trieste Center - notes and papers
    • 4. Trieste-ICAP - correspondence concerning the International Center for Applied Physics (ICAP)
  • Box I1Folder 1
    Trower, P. - VPI&SU proposal internal approval; proposal to the NSF by W. Peter Trower; correspondence from P. Trower
  • Box I1Folder 2
    TROW-TZ - curriculum vitae of Hsiung Chia Tze
  • Box I1Folder 3
    U - correspondence with B. M. Udgaonkar, B. A. Uhlendorf; scienctific notes from G. Uhlenbeck
  • United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    • Box I1Folder 4
      UNESCO - scientific notes, agendas, summary of minutes for the 33rd meeting (1969)
    • Box I1Folder 5
      UNESCO - transcript of proceedings for the 71st executive committee meeting of the U. S. National Commission of UNESCO (1972); correspondence from John E. Upston, etc.
    • Box I1Folder 6
      UNESCO - Salam
      • 1. Newspaper articles (copies); correspondence from Sigvard Eklund; reports and papers by Abdus Salam, etc.
      • 2. Correspondence to Shibli from Abdus Salam; correspondence from people separated by countries (e.g. Brazil, China, etc.)
  • Box I1Folder 7
    Union of Concerned Scientists - correspondence from George Kistiakowsky, etc.
  • Box I1Folder 8
    University Distinguished Professor - correspondence from John D. Wilson, Walk Fabrycky; listing of distinguished professors
    • 1. President search - correspondence from Paul Zeifel and Frank Quinn, etc.
  • Universities Research Association, Inc. (URA)
    • Box I1Folder 9
      Lunar Science Institute - correspondence from H. M. Van Horn, Robert L. Sproull, etc.
    • Box I1Folder 10
      URA Charter: Bylaws, July 1, 1968
    • Box I1Folder 11
      URA - notes; correspondence from James C. Matheson, Luke W. Mo; listing of the members of the institution
  • Box I1Folder 12
    V
    • 1. Visitors - correspondence concerning visits and invites from Zhao Zhi-yong, T. E. Gilmer, Jr., etc.
    • 2. Visitors - people interested in visiting VPI
  • VPI (Virginia Tech)
    • Box I1Folder 13
      VPI&SU - 1983 Faculty Handbook; newsletter; interim report; procedural guidelines; policies and procedures from grad school, 1987-88; correspondence/memoranda with George Crofts, etc.
    • Box I1Folder 14
      VPI Development
      • 1. VPI Panel Discussion - correspondence concerning the 1984 Fall Administrator Conference
      • 2. Research opportunities
    • Box I1Folder 15
      VPI - High School - correspondence from Donald Nurse concerning program for gifted students, a VPI school of science
  • Box I2Folder 1
    Von Humboldt-Siftung Award
    • 1. Awards for Senior U. S. Scientist
  • Box I2Folder 2
    W-WAS
    • 1. Correspondence with James Wadsworth, Ivar Waller, etc.
    • 2. Ping Wang - correspondence
  • Box I2Folder 3
    Washington Hotels
    • 1. Brief list of hotels in D. C.
  • Box I2Folder 4
    Washington Reporters' Seminar
  • Box I2Folder 5
    WAT-WE
    • 1. Correspondence with Steven Weinberg, Charles Weiss, Jr., etc.
    • 2. Weisskopf, Victor - correspondence
    • 3. Weisskopf visits
  • Box I2Folder 6
    Weapons in Space Panel Discussion
  • Box I2Folder 7
    WF-WILE
    • 1. Correspondence with John Wheeler, Milton White, etc.
  • Box I2Folder 8
    WILF-WILSON
    • 1. Correspondence with David Wilkinson, Franklin Williams, etc.
    • 2. Correspondence from John Wilson
  • Box I2Folder 9
    Wilson, Richard - correspondence
  • Box I2Folder 10
    Wilson, Robert R.
    • 1. Wilson correspondence; proposal for a 10 GEV electron synchrotron at Cornell
  • Box I2Folder 11
    World University - correspondence
  • Box I2Folder 12
    WIM-WZ
    • 1. Correspondence from Lincoln Wolfenstein, A. Wishart, etc.
    • 2. Wood hole (VHEA)
  • Box I2Folder 13
    X
    • 1. Correspondence from Xerox Corp, Dong Fang Xiau, etc.
  • Box I2Folder 14
    Y
    • 1. Correspondence from Fujia Yang, Herbert York, etc.
  • Box I2Folder 15
    Z
    • 1. Correspondence with Walter Zablocki, Zhao Zhi-yong
    • 2. Zwifel, P. E. - correspondence
Series III. American Physical Society (APS)
  • Box J1Folder 1
    AAP (American Institute of Science)
    • 1. Correspondence with Gloria B. Lubkin, Norman F. Ramsey, Spencer Wert, etc.
    • 2. Center for History of Physics Archives - correspondence with John N. Warnow
    • 3. Weiner Interview - correspondence with Spencer R. Wert, Charles Weiner interview of Marshak
    • 4. Niels Bohr Library - American Institute of Physics Newsletter
  • Box J1Folder 2
    American Institute of Physics (AIP) - correspondence from Joan Warnow, Charles Weiner, etc.; American Institute of Physics Annual Report 1966
  • Box J1Folder 3
    Correspondence with Michael J. Moravcsik, Michel Baranger, etc.; article by S. L. Quimby on the future organization of the American Physical Society
  • Box J1Folder 4
    APS 1968 - correspondence with Shelley M. Mark, R. C. Desai, etc.; participants of the World Meeting
  • Box J1Folder 5
    Awards - 1985 APKER Award nominees; correspondence of APKER Award nominations
  • Box J1Folder 6
    APS - 7 envelopes addressed to the American Physical Society; correspondence from John C. Crowley, 1982 Council and committees on the American Physical Society; 1982 nominating committee
  • Box J1Folder 7
    Bickford, L. - correspondence from George M. Woodwell
  • Box J1Folder 8
    APS Brazil - trip report to Brazil 1983, 1983
  • Box J1Folder 9
    Burton, J. - correspondence with Joseph Burton
    • 1. Sakurai - correspondence
  • Box J1Folder 10
    CAP - correspondence from H. D. Keith
  • Box J1Folder 11
    CESSE - APS: correspondence concerning the need for APS assistance to the National Coalition for Science & Technology; goals and objectives for the National Coalition; etc.
  • Box J1Folder 12
    APS (Chinese project) - correspondence with Harry Lusting, Treasurer of the American Physical Society; APS Magazine, May 1992; APS China Program final report, 1983-1991
  • Box J2Folder 1
    Committees (APS)
    • 1. Committee memberships - correspondence
    • 2. Committee on Minorities - correspondence
    • 3. Nominating Committees - correspondence
    • 4. Prize Winners - announcements
    • 5. Prize Committee - phone list of members
    • 6. Salary Committee - correspondence
  • Box J2Folder 2
    APS-Committee on International Freedom of Scientists (CIFS) - correspondence from Andrew M. Sessler, Pascal Schirato, etc.
  • Box J2Folder 3
    APS - Communication on public education
  • Box J2Folder 4
    Congressional Fellowship Program - correspondence with members, etc.
  • Box J2Folder 5
    Consortium of Affiliates for International Programs (CAIP) - correspondence from Joseph Burton
  • Box J2Folder 6
    Constitutions and bylaws
  • Box J2Folder 7
    Corson Report, Scientific Freedom - articles, correspondence to Dale Corson, David A. Wilson
  • Box J2Folder 8
    CSSP - "Concerns and Issues of Our Societies" talk by Marshak to CSSP, 1983
  • Box J2Folder 9
    APS Council Meeting 1983 - list of motions and actions during meeting
  • Box J2Folder 10
    Correspondence with E.L. Goldwasser, A. Wattenberg, Carl M. York; meeting minutes
  • Box J2Folder 11
    Division of Particles and Fields (DPF) - correspondence and papers concerning the 1970 Chicago DPF Meeting
  • Box J2Folder 12
    APS Development: correspondence
  • Box J2Folder 13
    Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Report - AIP news releases, APS press releases, correspondence, magazine articles, APS study
  • Box J2Folder 14
    DPF: correspondence
  • Box J2Folder 15
    Dresselhaus, Mildred S. - correspondence
  • Box J2Folder 16
    Electronic Mail - APS
  • Box J2Folder 17
    APS Executive Committee - list of 1983 officers, agenda for 1984 meeting, etc.
  • Box J2Folder 18
    APS European Physical Society (EPS) - correspondence with Professor Jacques Friedel, J. A. Burton, etc.
  • Box K1Folder 1
    APS Fellowship Committee - correspondence concerning nominations for the APS
  • Box K1Folder 2
    Forum on Physics and Society - correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 3
    Havens, W. - correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 4
    High School Panel - articles, reports, correspondence dealing with the Crisis in Science and Technology Education
  • Box K1Folder 5
    Institute for Theoretical Physics - mailing list for the advisory board, suggested candidates for nomination, etc.
  • Box K1Folder 6
    International Physics Group - bylaws and correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 7
    APS - IUPAP - correspondence from W. Havens to APS Council concerning the IUPAP 1987 General Assembly
  • Box K1Folder 8
    Latin America - Pan American Symposium on Particles and Technology; AAAS Western Hemisphere Cooperation Project and Interciencia Association; tentative proposals
  • Box K1Folder 9
    Lazarus, D.: correspondence
    • 1. Publications Committee - correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 10
    Lebowitz, J. - correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 11
    Meetings - correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 12
    Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Study - correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 13
    Miscellaneous correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 14
    Nuclear Arms Control - Weinberger's Address to Virginia Tech on Founder's Day, 1986; draft of the Science and Technology of Directed Energy Weapons
  • Box K1Folder 15
    Nuclear Arms Control study - correspondence
  • Box K1Folder 16
    APS Officers - correspondence from Neal Lane
  • Box K1Folder 17
    Personal correspondence with J. A. Burton, W. Havens, etc.
  • Box K1Folder 18
    Physics budget - reports
  • Box K1Folder 19
    Physics in Development (PID) - correspondence with Jan S. Nilsson, J. A. Burton, etc.
  • Box K1Folder 20
    Baddeck Workshop - correspondence from J. A. Burton
  • Box K1Folder 21
    Pork Barrel Peer Review - correspondence
  • Box K2Folder 1
    Correspondence about the APS and the Panel on Public Affairs
  • Box K2Folder 2
    Proposals and correspondence
  • Box K2Folder 3
    APS Protests
    • 1. Piccioni - correspondence
  • Box K2Folder 4
    APS Public Relations - copies of newspaper articles, etc.
  • Box K2Folder 5
    Retiring Presidential - articles and papers, etc. for APS president
  • Box K2Folder 6
    Salam, Abdus - correspondence
  • Box K2Folder 7
    APS Subcommittee on International Scientific Affairs (SISA) - correspondence concerning the group and other issues
  • Box K2Folder 8
    APS Topical Groups
    • 1. Scientific Freedom (editorial) in Physics Today, Jan. '84. - correspondence, etc.
  • Box K2Folder 9
    APS Seminars - plans for future activities
  • Box K2Folder 10
    APS Toll Committee - correspondence
  • Box K2Folder 11
    Trieste Conference - list of lecturers, approval for travel requests, correspondence, etc.
  • Box K2Folder 12
    Washington Office, APS Office of Public Affairs - reports; correspondence from Robert Part
Series IV. University of Rochester
  • Box L1Folder 1
    A - correspondence; notes from meeting with T. Keith Glennan
  • Box L1Folder 2
    B - correspondence with Raymond N. Ball, Shirley Brignall, etc.
  • Box L1Folder 3
    C
    • 1. Chairman's report - reports, papers, etc.
    • 2. Class roster
  • Box L1Folder 4
    Correspondence; council meetings; etc.
  • Box L1Folder 5
    College of Arts and Sciences - meetings and reports '69-'70
  • Box L1Folder 6
    Computing Center at the University of Rochester - details on services for the month's ending
  • Box L1Folder 7
    Committee on Contracts and Grants - correspondence, etc.
  • Box L1Folder 8
    Library Committee - list
  • Box L1Folder 9
    Long Range Planning Committee - proposal for the development of a new class of scanning photometer; projects for 1980; etc.
  • Box L1Folder 10
    Committee of Named Professors - correspondence to members
  • Box L1Folder 11
    DuBridge Symposium - papers, articles, etc., 1984
  • Box L1Folder 12
    Correspondence from J. B. French, S. Okubo, J. Rosen, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 1
    E
    • 1. Correspondence with A. Eckstein, J. Eden, G. Emch, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 2
    Eastman Kodak Company - correspondence
  • Box L2Folder 3
    F
    • 1. correspondence with F. Fairbanks, G. Ford, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 4
    Faculty Senate - correspondence
  • Box L2Folder 5
    G
    • 1. Correspondence with D. Gilbert, L. Gillman
    • 2. Geology Department - correspondence
    • 3. General Electric (GE) - correspondence
  • Box L2Folder 6
    H
    • 1. Correspondence with H. Hanson, J. Hoffmeister, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 6
    High Energy Physics Information Exchange (HEPIE)
    • 1. Correspondence with E. Lofgren, H. Wolfe, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 7
    Honorary Degree Committee
    • 1. Correspondence concerning nominations for the Honorary Degree recipient from Alfred Harris
  • Box L2Folder 8
    I [empty folder]
  • Box L2Folder 9
    Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants
    • 1. Correspondence with W. Wallis, L. Mitchell; annual reports for '64-'65 and '62-'63
  • Box L2Folder 10
    J [empty folder]
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    K
    • 1. Correspondence with Morton Kaplon
  • Box L2Folder 12
    L
    • 1. Correspondence with Martin Lessen, E. Lofgren, etc.
    • 2. Correspondence with Sol. Linowitz
  • Box L2Folder 13
    M
    • 1. Math Department - correspondence with Robert Anderson, J. Kemperman
    • 2. Correspondence with D. McLeod, David McBride, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 14
    N
    • 1. Albert Noyes - correspondence
    • 2. B. Nigam, H. Nussenzvief, etc. - correspondence
    • 3. News releases , 1955-1956
  • Box L2Folder 15
    National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
    • 1. Correspondence with Henry Faul, Wallace Atwood, Walter Gleason, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 16
    O
    • 1. S. Okubo - correspondence
  • Box L2Folder 17
    P
    • 1. Harmon S. Potter and Donald Parry - correspondence
  • Box L2Folder 18
    Preceptorial
    • 1. Schedules for preceptorial; correspondence and report concerning "A Proposal for Arms Control and Disarmament"
  • Box L2Folder 19
    Dr. Bernard Peters - correspondence
  • Box L2Folder 20
    Publications - HET Group Left - University
    • 1. Publications by C. Hagen, V. Mathur, Y. Liu, etc.
  • Box L2Folder 21
    Publications Group (Left)
    • 1. Names of the Publication group
  • Box L2Folder 22
    Q [empty folder]
  • Box L2Folder 23
    R
    • 1.A. Ravin, F. Reichsman, etc. - correspondence
    • 2. Rochester Gas & Electric Corporation - correspondence with R. Kraybill, R. Kruger, etc.
    • 3. 4th Annual Institute of International Affairs - correspondence
    • 4. Rochester Museum - correspondence
  • Box L2Folder 24
    Various Reports
    • 1. "Report of the Committee on Recruitment by Outside Agencies", etc.
  • Box L2Folder 25
    Reports
    • 1. "Privileged Preliminary Statistical Data from the Study of Postdoctoral Education in the United States"; "Graduate Study in Physics"; etc.
  • Box L2Folder 26
    Reports
    • 1. "Migration of Scientists from Latin America: Causes and Possible Solutions"; etc.
  • Letters and Correspondence of Recommendation
    • Box M1Folder 1
      T. Becherrawy
    • Box M1Folder 2
      Dr. Giordano Bisiacchi
    • Box M1Folder 3
      Dr. R. Chanda
    • Box M1Folder 4
      J. Chen
    • Box M1Folder 5
      S. Cohen
    • Box M1Folder 6
      Dr. J. A. Cronin
    • Box M1Folder 7
      Dr. Peter Cziffra
    • Box M1Folder 8
      T. Das
    • Box M1Folder 9
      Dr. Ezio Ferrari
    • Box M1Folder 10
      Dr. H. Goldberg
    • Box M1Folder 11
      Graduate Students
    • Box M1Folder 12
      M. Grynberg
    • Box M1Folder 13
      G. S. Gurnalnik
    • Box M1Folder 14
      Dr. C. R. Hagen
    • Box M1Folder 15
      John P. Holden
    • Box M1Folder 16
      J. P. Hsu
    • Box M1Folder 17
      Dr. Afzaal Hussain
    • Box M1Folder 18
      M. Kaplon
    • Box M1Folder 19
      Dr. M. P. Khanna
    • Box M1Folder 20
      Dr. T. W. B. Kibble
    • Box M1Folder 21
      K. Kikkawa
    • Box M1Folder 22
      Ick Joh Kim
    • Box M1Folder 23
      Jean Marc Levy-Leblond
    • Box M1Folder 24
      Yu-Chien Liu
    • Box M1Folder 25
      K. T. Mahanthappa
    • Box M1Folder 26
      A. K. Mohanti
    • Box M1Folder 27
      A. J. Martin
    • Box M1Folder 28
      Dr. V. S. Mathur
    • Box M1Folder 29
      W. J. Meggs
    • Box M1Folder 30
      Dr. Rabindra N. Mohapatra
    • Box M1Folder 31
      Michael J. Moravcsik
    • Box M1Folder 32
      D. A. Nutbrown
    • Box M1Folder 33
      Dr. S. Okubo
    • Box M1Folder 34
      Dr. P. Olesen
    • Box M1Folder 35
      Yuri Orlov
    • Box M1Folder 36
      Dr. L. K. Pandit
    • Box M1Folder 37
      Dr. J. Pasupathy
    • Box M1Folder 38
      Publications Group
    • Box M1Folder 39
      Dr. M. Rashid
    • Box M1Folder 40
      Dr. Riazuddin
    • Box M1Folder 41
      Dr. C. P. Ryan
    • Box M1Folder 42
      M. Samuel
    • Box M1Folder 43
      M. P. Savedoff
    • Box M1Folder 44
      Mr. Salvatore Serio
    • Box M1Folder 45
      Hugo Strubbe
    • Box M1Folder 46
      Dr. Robert L. Thews
    • Box M1Folder 47
      Dr. P. Thrunauer
    • Box M1Folder 48
      Dr. Y. Ueda
    • Box M1Folder 49
      Dr. Arvind Vaidya
    • Box M1Folder 50
      Dr. T. C. Yang
    • Box M1Folder 51
      Y. Yang
  • Box M1Folder 52
    Reviews of papers
  • Box M1Folder 53
    Copies of the Rochester Review - 1960, 1962, 1966, 1968; final reports of the Senate Committee on the Administration of Graduate Studies, etc.
  • Box M1Folder 54
    Seminar - distribution list, 1969-70; Theoretical Particle Physics Group
  • Box M1Folder 55
    Alumni Relations - correspondence from Donald E. Smith, R. James Shoup, etc.
  • Box M1Folder 56
    University of Rochester - explanation of operating costs; supplementary information on High Energy Program; notes; list of people with a Ph.D. in High Energy Theory
  • Box M2Folder 1
    S
    • 1. Faculty Scholarship Fund - agenda (1966); list of contributions; correspondence from Catherine Bartholomew
    • 2. Sherwood Project (1959) - correspondence with Harry Harrison, Clifton T. MacLeod, etc.; contract for research at University of Rochester
  • Box M2Folder 2
    Science Development Committee - Space Science Center correspondence from R. S. Knox; Space Science Center Advisory Committee meeting minutes; etc.
  • Box M2Folder 3
    Seminars and Lectures - first two Pulsar Seminars (1969); seminar notes, reports; etc.
  • Senate
    • Box M2Folder 4
      By-laws and Senate Charter - correspondence, articles
    • Box M2Folder 5
      Communications on Improvement in Teaching
    • Box M2Folder 6
      Communications on Student-University Relations
    • Box M2Folder 7
      Communications on Contracts and Grants
    • Box M2Folder 8
      Communication on Recruitment
    • Box M2Folder 9
      Communication on Student Residences
    • Box M2Folder 10
      Communication on Faculty Benefits
    • Box M2Folder 11
      Communication on University-Community Relations
    • Box M2Folder 12
      Academic Affairs - correspondence
    • Box M2Folder 13
      Communication on Cultural Climates
    • Box M2Folder 14
      Research Policy and External Grants
    • Box M2Folder 15
      Research Policy Communications
    • Box M2Folder 16
      Newspaper articles
    • Box M2Notebook item: 1
      Senate information
  • Box M2Folder 17
    Sigma Xi - correspondence from William Aldridge; nominations for membership; list of nominees; Rochester Chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi
  • Box M2Folder 18
    State Atomic Committee - subcommittee list; correspondence; etc. for the New York State Atomic Energy Advisory Committee
  • Box M2Folder 19
    State Advisory Council to the Legislature - correspondence; agenda from first meeting; notebook with biographies of New York State Science Advisory Council
  • Box M2Folder 20
    Campaign Steering Committee - minutes, correspondence, etc. for The $38,000,000 Campaign for the University of Rochester, 1964-1967
  • Steering Committee of the Senate '68 REM
    • Box M2Folder 21
      Minutes of the Senate, 1964-1969
    • Box M2Folder 22
      Steering Committee Minutes
    • Box M2Folder 23
      Ravin Report - Report of the Student-Faculty Committee
    • Box M2Folder 24
      Senate Committee - list of newly elected senators, subcommittees, etc.
    • Box M2Folder 25
      Correspondence - Patrick Parker
  • Box N1Item 1
    Certificate from the Anglo-American-Hellenic Bureau of Education
  • Box N1Folder 1
    Senate Steering Committee - correspondence from Robert L. Sproull, etc.; reports and letters
  • Box N1Folder 2
    Steering Committee - agendas; minutes of meetings; correspondence to Faculty Senate; etc.
  • Box N1Folder 3
    T: Travel Expenses - requests for approval of foreign travel; expenses to the Trieste International Symposium; correspondence
  • Box N1Folder 4
    Teaching Activities - correspondence concerning curriculum vitae and publications lists; student course opinion questionnaire; Graduate Study in Physics study, 1968; etc.
  • Box N1Folder 5
    Telescope Project - notes, proposal for a 60-inch Metal Mirror Telescope for the Mees Observatory
  • Box N1Folder 6
    V - correspondence with Allen Valentine, University of Rochester President
  • Box N1Folder 7
    W - correspondence with Bryon B. Williams, W. D. Walker, etc.
Series V. REM personal files
  • Box N1Folder 8
    Robert E. Marshak (REM) Personal: newspaper clippings, articles by/about REM, papers, etc.
  • Box N1Folder 9
    REM
    • 1. 1967 Trip - correspondence concerning 1967 trip to Belgrade, Yugoslavia
  • Box N1Folder 10
    REM Personal - correspondence
  • Box N1Folder 11
    Robt. E. Marshak - reports and papers by REM, correspondence, etc.
  • Box N1Folder 12
    Memoirs - articles written by REM, correspondence to REM, other memoirs
  • Box N1Folder 13
    Weisskopf, Victor - copy of 1948 correspondence from Weisskopf to Albert Einstein; correspondence from REM and S. A. Goudsmit to Weisskopf
  • Box N1Folder 14
    Photography Department - correspondence concerning photography and exhibit proposals, magazine Camera (1963)
  • Box N1Folder 15
    Personal correspondence to REM; registration and accommodation files.; etc.
  • Box N1Folder 16
    REM Personal - correspondence from 1976, articles, etc.
  • Box N1Folder 17
    REM Physics Symposium - correspondence, etc., January 21-22, 1977
  • Box N2Folder 1
    Memoirs-NEH Grant - microfilm of memoir; REM memoirs as President of City College; correspondence; list of addresses
  • Box N2Folder 2
    REM Personal - biographical data on REM; correspondence from N. Michael Carfora
  • Box N2Folder 3
    REM Personal - correspondence with Austin M. Gleeson, Katsumi Tanaka, etc.
  • Box N2Folder 4
    REM Personal - newspaper article re: new position at VPI
  • Box N2Folder 5
    Personal - correspondence
  • Box N2Folder 6
    REM Personal Data - Letter of resignation to University of Rochester, 1970; resume, list of publications; correspondence of congratulations
  • Achievements, academic travel, and conferences
    • Box 1994-1Folder 1
      Guggenheim Grant , 1953
    • Box 1994-1Folder 2
      Visit to France, 1947-1953
    • Box 1994-1Folder 3
      Invitation to Thermonuclear Work at Princeton , 1951
    • Box 1994-1Folder 4
      Invitation to Japan: International Conference of Theoretical Physics , 1952-1953
    • Box 1994-1Folder 5
      Invitation to Italy , 1953
    • Box 1994-1Folder 6
      Invitation to England , 1954
    • Box 1994-1Folder 7
      5th- and 6th- High Energy Nuclear Physics Conferences [Rochester Conferences] , 1955-1956
    • Box 1994-1Folder 8
      Visit to India and Pakistan, 1962-1963
    • Box 1994-1Folder 9
      Printed material, 1941-1994
      Scope and Content

      Includes items such as invitation, photocopies of articles, magazines, and newspaper clippings (one in Hebrew) relating to topics such as Dr. Marshak's achievements, visit to Russia, China, and India, and the APS nuclear arms limitation resolution.

  • Photographs
    • Box 1994-1Folder 10
      Second Annual Rochester Conference, approx. 7 x 14", [1952]
    • Box 1994-1Folder 11
      Founding of the International Foundation for Science, 1972
    • Box 1994-1Folder 12
      Identified Photos [B&W, Color, various formats], n.d.
    • Box 1994-1Folder 13
      Identified Photos from Marshak's Presidency of City University of New York [B&W, approx. 8 x 10"], n.d.
    • Box 1994-1Folder 14-17
      Unidentified Photos from Marshak's Presidency of City University of New York [B&W, approx. 8 x 10"], n.d.
    • Box 1994-1Folder 18
      Unidentified Photos from Marshak's Presidency of the City University of New York [Color, approx. 4 x 6"], n.d.
    • Box 1994-1Folder 19
      Unidentified Photos [B&W, approx. 3 x 5"], n.d.
    • Box 1994-1Folder 20
      Unidentified Photos [B&W, approx. 5 x 7"], n.d.
    • Box 1994-1Folder 21
      Unidentified Photos [Color, approx. 3 x 5"], n.d.
    • Box 1994-1Folder 22
      Unidentified Photos [Color, approx. 8 x 10"], n.d.
  • Scrapbooks
    • Box 1994-1Item 1
      Scrapbook with tan cover, 1970
      Scope and Content

      Includes newspaper clippings relating to Dr. Marshak becoming the new president of City University of New York.

    • Box 1994-1Item 2
      Scrapbook with green cover, 1980
      Scope and Content

      Includes items such as invitations, correspondence, and photos related to City University of New York Convocation to honor Dr. Marshak.

    • Box 1994-2Item 1
      Scrapbook with the dark green cover, 1965
      Scope and Content

      Newspaper clippings concern 12th International Conference on High Energy Physics, pace of Soviet atomic energy program, and exchange between U.S. and Polish academy of sciences.

    • Box 1994-2Item 2
      Scrapbook with light green cover, 1964-ca. 1970
      Scope and Content

      Newspaper clippings, correspondence, and meeting notice concern events while president of City University of New York, establishment of International Science foundation, appointment by Dean Rusk as US delegate to US-Japan Committee of Scientific Cooperation, election to governing body of American Physical Society.

  • A-Z files
    • Box 1994-2Folder 1
      "Atomic Energy Abroad", n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 2
      Book Contract with McGraw-Hill book Co, Inc., 1950
    • Box 1994-2Folder 3
      The Columbia Review, Vol. 17, No. 1, November 1935
    • Consultation documents
      • Box 1994-2Folder 4
        Consultant for AVCO Manufacturing Corp., 1956
      • Box 1994-2Folder 5
        Consultant for Curtis-Wright Research Div., 1956-1957
      • Box 1994-2Folder 6
        Consultant for Eastman Kodak Co., 1964-1969
      • Box 1994-2Folder 7
        Consultant for General Electric, 1958-1960
      • Box 1994-2Folder 8
        Consultant for International Atomic Energy Commission, 1963
      • Box 1994-2Folder 9
        Consultant for Rand Corporation, 1956-1964
      • Box 1994-2Folder 10
        Consultant for SRA Educational Board, 1971
      • Box 1994-2Folder 11
        Consultant for US Atomic Energy Commission, 1949-1957
      • Box 1994-2Folder 12
        Consultant for Xerox Corp., 1962-1964
    • Box 1994-2Folder 13
      Controversy over Frank Oppenheimer's Resignation, 1949
    • Box 1994-2Folder 14
      Controversy Re: Nuclear Arms Limitation Stand by APS [American Physical Society], and Opposition to "Star Wars", 1982-1988
    • Box 1994-2Folder 15
      Copy of Telegram Re: Rosenbergs, 1953
    • Box 1994-2Folder 16
      Draft Memo on UNESCO, 1969
    • Box 1994-2Folder 17
      "Elementary Particles of Modern Physics" - abstract of address given to American Association for the Advancement of Science), [ca. 1950s?]
    • Box 1994-2Folder 18
      "Ethics and Education", Seminar Report, May 7, 1986
    • Box 1994-2Folder 19
      "Formal Hearing in the Matter of Dr. Robert Eugene Marshak", US Atomic Energy Commission: pp. 1-151, 1955
    • Box 1994-2Folder 20
      "Formal Hearing in the Matter of Dr. Robert Eugene Marshak", US Atomic Energy Commission: pp. 152-284., 1955
    • Box 1994-2Folder 21
      Honors and Accolades, includes "Nuclear Pioneers Conference", 1932-1993
    • Box 1994-2Folder 22
      "Hydrogen Bomb-What Next[?]" Manuscript, n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 23
      Lecture Series Notices, 1987, n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 24
      "Methods of Releasing Atomic Energy and the Atomic Bomb", part of lecture series "This Atomic World", 1946
    • Box 1994-2Folder 25
      Miscellaneous Items, 1941-1971
      Scope and Content

      Includes items relating to such things as the Rochester Faculty Scholarship Drive, guest lectures, honors and awards, City University of New York Presidency, and Santa Fe. Some items are in Russian.

    • Box 1994-2Folder 26-28
      Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1950-1979
      Scope and Content

      Includes items relating to such things as travels to India, Pakistan, Egypt, and Russia; visit of Soviet scientists; cyclotrons at Rochester and in the Soviet Union; science education; McCarthy's investigations into science; Rochester Conferences; grants; nuclear test ban; City University of New York Presidency; Ann Marshak's "Skinner Box" experiment; and Ruth Marshak's activities as wife of chairman of Physics Department and in the Women's Club of Rochester University. Some items in Hebrew, Russian, and Chinese (or Japanese).

    • Box 1994-2Folder 29
      "On Naturalism in American Philosophy" (Draft), n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 30
      "The Pain and Joy of a Major Scientific Discovery" (Reprint), 1992
    • Box 1994-2Folder 31
      "Physics and History" Manuscript, n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 32
      Physics Today, Vol. 46, No. 11 - includes Marshak Obituary, November 1993
    • Box 1994-2Folder 33
      "Physics in the U.S.S.R." Photocopy of article in Scientific American, Vol. 195, No. 2, August 1956
    • Box 1994-2Folder 34
      Press Release Re: Students Dismissed from University of Michigan, n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 35
      Promotions and Appointments at University of Rochester, 1939-1969
    • Box 1994-2Folder 36
      Review of "The Atom and You", 1946
    • Box 1994-2Folder 37
      Rochester "Citizen of the Day" Award, 1952
    • Box 1994-2Folder 38
      "The Role of the Natural Sciences" (Draft), n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 39
      "Rough Draft. R.A.U.N. Draft Policy Statement on the Paris Assembly", n.d.
    • Box 1994-2Folder 40
      Royalty Statement from John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1982
    • Box 1994-2Folder 41
      Science, Vol. 163, No. 3862, January 1969
    • Box 1994-2Folder 42
      Security Clearance, 1946-1958
    • Box 1994-2Folder 43
      "A Semantic Approach to the Nature of Mathematics as a Branch of Human Knowledge. Paper Submitted for the Messenger Memorial Prize, Cornell University, 1939", 1939
    • Box 1994-2Folder 44
      Senior US Scientist (Humboldt) Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 1984-1986
    • Box 1994-2Folder 45
      Talk to [Rochester] AD Club by R.E. Marshak on "New Frontiers in Atomic Energy", November 30, 1950
    • Box 1994-2Folder 46
      Talk to Summit Association of Scientists (Draft), March 16, 1948
    • Box 1994-2Folder 47
      Talks Given in Celebration of the Einstein Centennial, 1979
    • Box 1994-2Folder 48
      Transcript of Personnel Security Board Hearing, US Atomic Energy Commission, 1948
    • Box 1994-2Folder 49
      Untitled Manuscript Re: Closer University-Industry Relations, ca. 1953
Series VI. Organizations, research, and miscellaneous files
  • Box O1
    National Science Foundation
  • Box O1
    Hans Bethe talk at City College of New York, 1974
  • Box O1Folder 1
    American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) - list of participants; magazine Science; correspondence; Advisory committee meetings
  • Atoms for Peace Awards, Inc.
    • Box O1Folder 2
      Atoms for Peace Awards - financial statements, programs, and nominations, ca. 1957-1965
    • Box O1Folder 3
      Atoms for Peace Awards - correspondence, notes, etc.
    • Box O1Folder 4
      Atoms for Peace Awards - correspondence
    • Box O1Folder 5
      1959-60 Atoms for Peace Awards - Advisory Committee on Nominations, 1959-1960
    • Box O1Folder 6
      1958-1959 Atoms for Peace Awards - Advisory Committee on Nominations, 1958-1959
    • Box O1Folder 7
      1957-1958 Atoms for Peace Awards - Advisory Committee on Nominations, 1957-1958
    • Box O1Folder 8
      Atoms for Peace Awards, 1960-1961
    • Box O1Folder 9
      Atoms for Peace Awards (loose materials), 1959-1961
  • International Foundation for Science (IFS) [also called the International Science Foundation (ISF) and the International Foundation for Science and Technology]
    • Box O1Folder 10
      ISF - correspondence re: establishment
    • Box O1Folder 11
      Correspondence - concerning the ISF with C. Yang, M. Paic, etc.
    • Box O1Folder 12
      ISF 1970-71 - correspondence, reports, notes, 1970-1971
    • Box O1Folder 13
      ISF 1972-73 - correspondence, reports, notes, 1972-1973
    • Box O2Notebook item: 1
      The Royal Society - International Foundation for Science
  • Box O2Folder 1
    Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) - OTA Priorities for 1979 (report); correspondence from Joseph Coates, etc.
  • Box O2Folder 2
    Nigeria - workshop, meeting notes, working documents (1979)
  • Box O2Folder 3
    International Organization Affairs - correspondence with Charles William Maynes; papers by Cyril D. Tyson, Moyibi Amoda, and Beverly Elizabeth (Jewish-Black Relations: Aggressive Monologues of the Two Victim Groups)
  • International Foundation for Science (IFS) [also called the International Science Foundation (ISF) and the International Foundation for Science and Technology]
    • Box O2Folder 4
      International Foundation for Science (IFS) - correspondence with Nicolai Herlofson, Sven Brohult, etc.; meeting minutes
    • Box O2Folder 5
      IFS Annual Report, 1977
    • Box O2Folder 6
      Correspondence from Claudia B. Alston, Harland Cleveland, etc.
    • Box O2Folder 7
      IFS 1977-'78 - article by W. Murray Todd; correspondence from Abdus Salam, Joseph L. Birman, etc., 1977-1978
    • Box O2Folder 8
      IFS '74-'75 - budget proposal for 1974; invited participants and board meeting agenda; correspondence from Roger Revelle, Michael Greene, etc., 1974-1975
    • Box O2Folder 9
      IFS - correspondence from W. Murray Todd
    • Box O2Folder 10
      Correspondence with W. Murray Todd; proposals
    • Box O2Folder 11
      IFS - papers on research grants, etc.
  • Box P1Folder 1
    Science and Technology - papers and reports, Solar Energy and the Third World by Norman L. Brown; The Management and Control of Technology by Keith Pavitt
  • Box P1Folder 2
    University Committee on International Programs (UCIP) - correspondence from Robert Dyck; position paper on Faculty Exchange and Leave Policies
  • Box P1Folder 3
    U.S.-Japan Committee - NSF/Tokyo report (1970); proposal for research
  • Box P1Folder 4
    U.S.-Japan Committee - NSF/Tokyo reports for 1971, 1972; proposals for fellowship, research work; report on the status of U.S.-Japan Cooperative Science Program (1971)
  • Box P1Notebook item: 1
    U.S.-Japan Committee on Scientific Cooperation, Ninth Meeting, Tokyo, July 7-10, 1969
  • Box P1Notebook item: 2
    Office of the Foreign Secretary
  • Box P1Booklet item: 1
    Proceedings of a Conference: A National Policy for Urban America, 1976
  • Box P1Folder 5
    National Academy of Science (NAS)
    • 1. NAS 1958-1959 - correspondence, 1958-1959
    • 2. Report on Soviet Union trip, 1963
    • 3. Recent Work on Nuclear Forces in Rochester - correspondence
  • Box P2Folder 1
    NAS - centennial program (1963); correspondence with E. C. Rowan, Mary Ryan; article by Philip Handler; list for doctorate graduates at City College (1963)
  • Box P2Folder 2
    NAS cont'd - papers concerning changes in minutes; correspondence from Allen V. Astin, E. C. Rowan, etc.
  • Box P2Folder 3
    NAS cont'd - correspondence with Adolph Y. Wilburn, etc.; NAS program for 1971
  • Advisory Committee on International Organization and Programs (ACIOP)
    • Box P2Folder 4
      Annual Report of the Foreign Affairs
    • Box P2Folder 4
      ACIOP - correspondence from E. Rowan; agenda for meeting (1970)
    • Box P2Folder 5
      ACIOP Meeting, September 1971
    • Box P2Folder 6
      ACIOP Subcommitee on Science in UNESCO, March 1972
  • Box Q1Folder 1
    Correspondence with Frances Hightower, James A. Shannon, Aaron Rosenthal
  • Box Q1Folder 2
    Independence de Charge on Physique Nucleaire - correspondence from Harrison Brown, Ralph W. Taylor; proposals for a symposium on Soviet Science (1965)
  • Box Q1Folder 3
    Consequences of Chance Independence for the Magnetic Moments and Masses of E. Hyperons
    • 1. Correspondence with John D. Lynn, III, Marcel Bouisset
    • 2. Correspondence with Dr. Harrison Brown; scientific notes; articles of 1964 Yugoslav monthly magazine
  • Box Q1Folder 4
    Harrison Brown - notes on draft agreement; reports on scientific exchanges (1962, 1964 agreements)
  • Box Q1Folder 5
    Phenomenological Two-Nucleon Potential up to 150 Mev. - correspondence with Martin J. King, Lawrence B. Buttenwieser, Richard W. Tims
  • Box Q1Folder 6
    Present Status of the Meson Theory of Nuclear Forces - correspondence with Harrison Brown, Conyears Herring, etc.
  • Box Q1Folder 7
    Second Order Weak Processes and Weak Instruction Cutoff - correspondence to Academician M. V. Keldysh, Lawrence Mitchell, etc.; agenda for meeting of the Advisory Committee on Eastern Europe
  • Box Q2Item 1
    New York Times magazine, Section 6, October 11, 1964
  • Box Q2Folder 1
    AEC Theoretical Proposal
    • 1. Reports, theories, and book listings by Marshak
  • Box Q2Folder 2
    Pion Production by Polarized Beam of Nucleons
    • 1. Correspondence, reports, etc.
  • Box Q2
    Articles and writings by REM (loose materials)
  • Box Q2Folder 3
    NAS Correspondence, 1969-prior / Re-Examination of Soviet Scientific Challenge
    • 1. Correspondence to Mrs. John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Jerome B. Weisner from Frederick Seitz
    • 2. Reports
  • Box Q2
    Writings and notes (loose materials)
  • Box Q2Folder 4
    Old correspondence / V-A
    • 1. WIth Allan Valentine, George Collins, etc.
    • 2. Reports, notes, etc.
  • Box Q2Folder 5
    NAS U.S. Department of State / Remarks on Henry Mesons
  • Box Q2Item 2
    Different copies of theories scientifically stated - 35 different theories or models, Weinberg-Salam Model, Slattice-gauge theory, etc. [loose materials]
  • Box Q2Item 3
    Eleventh Meeting of the Scientific Councikl of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics [notebook], November 21-22, 1974
  • Box Q2Item 4
    Tenth Meeting of the Scientific Council of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics [notebook], November 22-23, 1973
  • Box R1Folder 1
    de Kiewiet, C. W. - correspondence
  • Box R1Folder 2
    Fermi, Enrico - correspondence
  • Box R1Folder 3
    Wallis, Alan - correspondence
  • Box R1Folder 4
    Visiting Professors - correspondence about visits
  • Box R1Folder 5
    Reports for the Publication of Net Group - proposals, high energy proposal, correspondence
  • Box R1Folder 6
    REM-Personal
    • 1. Marshak, R. E. - correspondence, photos of REM, etc.
    • 2. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation - correspondence concerning fellowship assistance, etc.
  • Box R1Folder 7
    Publications of REM
  • Box R1Folder 8
    REM-Personal - correspondence, etc.
  • Box R1Folder 9
    Dubridge - correspondence
  • Box R1Folder 10
    Draft of the Scientific Council of the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) - correspondence, etc.
  • Box R1Folder 11
    ICTP - 11th Meeting, 1974
  • Box R1Folder 12
    ICTP - explanatory information
  • Box R1Folder 13
    REM - articles, writings, etc.
  • Box R1Folder 14
    Interdepartmental Folder 1: 7 tapes - Weak Interactions
  • Box R2Folder 1
    Theory of the T-S Box [also called Theory of the T-R Box] - reports, A Status Report on American Science; A Reply to Congressional Critics; etc.
  • Box R2Folder 2
    International Scientific Program - articles from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (1964-1966), Congressional Record - House (1963), p. 9035-9038
  • Box R2Folder 3
    Papers - Transmission of Gamma Rays through Spheres of Scattering Material, etc.
  • Box R2Folder 4
    Properties of Neutron Stars: reports, theories, and research
  • Box R2Folder 5
    Proceedings of Workshop on "Weak Interactions and related topics", edited by L. N. Chang and L. W. Mo, December 13-15, 1979
  • Box R2Notebook item: 1
    Proposal for a National Electron Accelerator Laboratory (NEAL) (Southeastern Universities Research Association), 1980-12-31-1981-01-06
  • Box T1Folder 1
    Astrophysics I - scientific notes, etc.
  • Box T1Folder 2
    Astrophysics II - scientific notes, etc.
  • Box T1Folder 3-4
    Electromagnetic Theory - scientific notes, etc.
  • Box T2Folder 1
    Mathematics
    • 1. Paper on the Language and the Structure of Mathematics (1936); math and classroom notes; Methods in Math envelope; Physics; final examination papers; notebook
  • Box T2Folder 2
    Neutron Diffusion
    • 1. Magnetic hydrodynamics note (1956); scientific notes on the Pile Theory and on Black Sphere; F. Lander calculations; references
  • Box U1Folder 1
    Nuclear Physics - Field Theory
    • 1. Wigner, E. P. - On the Matrices which reduce the Kronector products of representations of S. R. Groups
    • 2. Nuclear physics course
  • Box U1Folder 2
    Nuclear Methods in D. E. by Poritsky; The Theory of Plasticity by Praeger Hydrodynamics by Richard von Mises and Kurt O. Friedrichs
  • Box U1Folder 3
    Radar Research: u-Meson Scattering Research Forbidden B-transitions
  • Box U2Folder 1
    Statistical Mechanics
    • 1. Scientific notes
    • 2. Advanced dynamics - scientific notes, etc.
    • 3. Scientific notes
Series VII. A-Z files
  • Box V1Folder 1
    Articles (non-scientific) - articles by REM
    • 1. Japan article
  • Box V1Folder 2
    Berkeley Conference notes, 1986
  • Box V1Folder 3
    Budgets (REM) - notes
  • Box V1Folder 4
    Bonn Conference - scientific notes
  • Box V1Folder 5
    City College - article by REM
  • Box V1Folder 6
    Clark-Kerr Award - recommendations, etc.
  • Box V1Folder 7
    Class grades [RESTRICTED]
  • Box V1Folder 8
    Class lectures - notes and grades [RESTRICTED]
  • Box V1Folder 9
    Colloquium talks - scientific notes
  • Box V1Folder 10
    Conferences - scientific notes, program (1983)
  • Box V1Folder 11
    Davis, Leonard
  • Box V1Folder 12
    Erice Report - conferences, 1983-1984
  • Box V1Folder 13
    Fermilab (1985) - talks, correspondence, Lillian Hoddeson, etc.
  • Box V1Folder 14
    Geng - scientific notes
  • Box V1Folder 15
    Gibson, J. - scientific notes
  • Box V1Folder 16
    Global Mission - articles by REM
  • Box V1Folder 17
    Honors Seminar - correspondence with Ronald J. Nurse and honors roll [RESTRICTED]
  • Box V1Folder 18
    Japan (1985) - approval for travel, list of participants for the MESON50, etc.
  • Box V1Folder 19
    Lecture notes
  • Box V1Folder 20
    Lectures - lecture notes
    • 1. Stora Lectures
    • 2. Superstring Lectures
    • 3. Veneziano Lectures
  • Box V1Folder 21
    Grenoble Lectures, 1986
  • Box V1Folder 22
    Li, Xiaoyuan - scientific notes and articles by Li
  • Marshak files
    • Box V1Folder 23
      Correspondence from VPI - article about REM joining VPI faculty; correspondence with William Lavery and John R. Ficenec about joining VPI faculty; etc., 1978-1979
    • Box V1Folder 24
      REM Personal - correspondence, invitations, itineraries, contacts, publications, etc.
    • Box V1Folder 25
      Retirement Luncheon - letters of regret
    • Box V1Folder 26
      DOE - articles, etc.
    • Box V1Folder 27
      John J. Carty Medal (1991) - REM's curriculum vita and personal data; correspondence for REM's nomination
    • Box V1Folder 28
      Fermi Award (1987) - REM's curriculum vitae and personal data, and correspondence nominative REM
    • Box V1Folder 29
      Fermi Award (1990) - REM's curriculum vitae and personal data, and correspondence nominative REM
    • Box V1Folder 30
      American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Prize - letters of nomination, appreciation for nominations and being recipient
    • Box V1Folder 31
      Fermi Award (1992) - REM's curriculum vitae and personal data, and correspondence nominative REM
    • Box V1Folder 32
      Fermi Award - posthumous nomination for Marshak, 1993
    • Box V2Folder 1
      "Academic Renewel in the 1970's: Memoirs of a City College President by Robert E. Marshak" by REM, 280 pp.
  • Box V2Folder 2
    Mohaparta, R. N. - scientific notes
  • Box V2Folder 3
    New Releases - articles on beginning research on intermediate vector boson
  • Box V2Folder 4
    Newspaper Clippings - excerpts from Gorbachev's speech on Chernobyl accident, etc.
  • Box V2Folder 5
    Notes on Papers concerning the Soviet Union - Soviet science, etc.
  • Box V2Folder 6
    Notes - scientific notes, reports, etc.
  • Box V2Folder 7
    Oppenheimer Prize - Physics Today, September 1982, etc.
  • Box V2Folder 8
    Particle Physics Course - roll, grades, evaluation forms
  • Box V2Folder 9
    Class - notes, handouts, readings, grades, enlistment rolls, etc.
    • 1. Nuclear Physics course
    • 2. Winter 1987
    • 3. Spring 1987
  • Box V2Folder 10
    Physics 6723 - class enrollment
  • Box V2Folder 11
    Particle Theory Group Budget - notes
  • Box V2Folder 12
    Peaslee, D. C. - correspondence concerning n-n oscillations
  • Box V2Folder 13
    Phi Beta Kappa Lectures: "Science and World Affairs"
  • Box V2Folder 14
    Phi Beta Kappa speech
  • Box V2Folder 15
    Physics Lectures - lectures and talks by REM
  • Box V2Folder 16
    REM Physics Papers - papers on the properties of neutron stars
  • Box V2Folder 17
    Preon Papers - notes and papers on the Three Preon Models
  • Box V2Folder 18
    Publicity - articles, newspaper clippings, Physics Today (June 1982), on REM and his work
  • Box V2Folder 19
    Pusch - Research Program of Gordon Pusch
  • Box W1Folder 1
    Research Problems - notes, correspondence, etc.
  • Box W1Folder 2
    REM Cabinet Research - Notes
  • Box W1Folder 3
    Research - notes
    • 1. Non-preon research
    • 2. So(10) Research
  • Box W1Folder 4
    Riazuddin - notes
  • Box W1Folder 5
    REM (Referee Comments) - report
  • Box W1Folder 6
    Correspondence, etc.
    • 1. A - correspondence from Frank Avignone
    • 2. B - correspondence from Karl Berkelman, articles, notes, etc.
    • 3. C - correspondence from R. Casalbuoni, R. Gatto
    • 4. Christy, Bob - correspondence
    • 5. D - correspondence
    • 6. Fidecaro Meeting - correspondence and notes
    • 7. G - correspondence from Don Groom, etc.
    • 8. Koboyashi, T. - correspondence
    • 9. L - correspondence with T. D. Lee, L. Lyons., etc.
    • 10. M - correspondence from Luke Mo, etc.
    • 11. N - correspondence with Frank A. Nezrick
    • 12. Neutron Oscillation Experiment - reports, notes, and correspondence
    • 13. Nussinov - notes
    • 14. O - correspondence crom Robert Oppenheimer, etc.
    • 15. Okamoto, Y. - correspondence
    • 16. P - correspondence from J. Pasupathy
    • 17. R - correspondence and notes with Norman Ramsey
    • 18. S - correspondence with Jack Sandweiss
    • 19. T - scientific correspondence from Y. Tosa
    • 20. W - correspondence with Wallenmeyer, etc.
    • 21. Wang, Ping - correspondence
    • 22. Y - correspondence from N. Yukawg
    • 23. Z - scientific correspondence from Tony Zee
    • 24. Neutron Oscillation Proposals (1985) - proposals, reports
  • Box W1Folder 7
    Sakharov - correspondence, reports, etc.
  • Box W1Folder 8
    Sakharov Documents - correspondence, threats to Sakharov, magazine articles, etc.
  • Box W1Folder 9
    Sakharov - essays, correspondence
  • Box W1Folder 10
    Scientific Correspondence
    • 1. Gandhi, Raj
    • 2. Salam, A.
  • Box W1Folder 11
    Scientific Impact of the Rochester Conference - talks at Fermilab, scientific notes, etc.
  • Box W1Folder 12
    Scientific Photos - photograph of a group of scientists
  • Box W1Folder 13
    Shelter Island Conference - scientific notes, essays, correspondence
  • Box W1Folder 14
    Shelter Island Conference II - scientific notes, transparencies, lectures by REM
  • Box W1Folder 15
    Speeches by REM
  • Box W1Folder 16
    Solvay Conference - scientific correspondence, conference notes
  • Box W1Folder 17
    Supersymmetry - notes
  • Box W1Folder 18
    REM Talks
    • 1. Talk on Neutron Oscillations, Washington, 4/21/1983 - notes, correspondence, etc.
    • 2. AIP Talk, 10/30/1980 - correspondence, program, reports
    • 3. Vanderbilt Talk - correspondence, reports, notes
    • 4. Council of Grad School, 11/1983 - report, newsletter
    • 5. Phi Beta Kappa (Global Mission - newsletter
    • 6. Weapons in Space - scientific report
    • 7. Phi Beta Kappa Talk, 1989
    • 8. Bhubaneshwar Talk - report
    • 9. Raun Talk, 5/11/1988 - correspondence from Joyce Melissinos (Raun President), scientific report
    • 10. Sakharov Memorial - 11 copies of the speech by REM for Sakharov's Memorial Service
    • 11. Okubo Symposium - 40th anniversary of the Rochester Conference
    • 12. AAAS Talks 1990 - essay by REM
  • Box W1Folder 19
    Tosa, Y. - scientific notes
  • Box W2Photograph item: 1
    Photograph of International Institute of Physics and Chemistry members
  • Box W2Folder 1-2
    Transparencies - scientific notes
  • Box W2Folder 3
    Travel (REM) - receipts, itineraries, international travel approval requests
  • Box W2Folder 4
    Writings by REM - articles
  • Box W2Folder 5
    Zhang - scientific notes
  • Box W2Folder 6
    Conference on Science, Technology, and Development - 1981 program outline
  • Box W2Folder 7
    Corson Report, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2: Appendices to the Report from the Scientific Communication and National Security
Series VIII. A-Z files, ca. 1990-1992
  • Box X1Folder 1
    A - correspondence with Association of Urban Universities (Robert A. Corrigan); etc.
  • Box X1Folder 2
    B - Ben Beherson Report; Chinese American Basic Research Report
  • Box X1Folder 3
    C - The Structure of the Standard Model of Particle Interactions, report by REM; correspondence from Alice Chanler, etc.
  • Box X1Folder 4
    CEBAF - report entitled "CEBAF and Future Nuclear Physics" by Hermann A. Grunder, 1991
  • Box X1Folder 5
    D - correspondence with Ronald E. Doel, Herman K. Doswald, etc.
  • Box X1Folder 6
    E - correspondence to Robert Eberly
  • Box X1Folder 7
    F - correspondence about the McMaster Center, notes., etc. from E. S. Fradkin
  • Box X1Folder 8
    G - Gellhorn Affair; faxes and correspondence with Jose Garcia-Bondia
  • Box X1Folder 9
    H - Hoover Institution regarding REM's CCNY papers; correspondence; etc.
  • Box X1Folder 10
    I - correspondence with Lev Ioffe
  • Box X1Folder 11
    J - Japan Society of the Promotion of Science (JSPS), "Establishment of the JSPS Washington Liaison Office"
  • Box X1Folder 12
    K - Kendall Statement; Kekos; correspondence from Kurstedt; etc.
  • Box X1Folder 13
    L - correspondence with Leon Lederman, Xiaoyuan Li, Harry Lustig, etc.
  • Box X1Folder 14
    M - J. Menhra: list of publications, paper, correspondence; Luke W. Mo; James McComas; etc.
  • Box X1Folder 15
    N - correspondence with S. Nakamura; Nuclear Pioneers - correspondence from Sigvard Eklund, James D. McComas; etc.
  • Box X1Folder 16
    O - correspondence with Yuko Okamoto, S. Okubo, etc.
  • Box X1Folder 17
    P - correspondence with M. K. Parida, J. Pasupathy
  • Box X1Folder 18
    Q [empty folder]
  • Box X1Folder 19
    Riazuddin - papers, notes, correspondence, and recommendations
  • Box X1Folder 20
    R - correspondence with Roper, Rennie, etc.
  • Box X2Folder 1
    Sakhorov Conference of 1991 - list of invited speakers, faxes
  • Box X2Folder 2
    Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) - correspondence with Bob Adair, John Warner, Senator Charles Robb, Rich Boucher
  • Box X2Folder 3
    T - correspondence with Prof. V. Telegdi, etc.
  • Box X2Folder 4
    U - UDP Fund (Provosts Office) - correspondence with Provost David Roselle, Assistant Provost James Wolfe, Acting Provost Dr. John Perry, etc.
  • Box X2Folder 5
    UDP - correspondence from G. V. Gibbs
  • Box X2Folder 6
    V - correspondence to Hugh Van Horn
  • Box X2Folder 7
    World Scientific Probability Company - correspondence to editors Barbara Aman and Kim Tan, etc.
  • Box X2Envelope item: 1
    Floppy disk for setting index for book; sample index listing etc.
  • Box X2Folder 8
    W - correspondence from Bruce Wallace, Alvin M. Weinberg, etc.
  • Box X2Folder 9
    Y - correspondence with C. N. Yang and Paco Yndurian
Series IX. Writings, correspondence, notes, and miscellaneous files
  • Box Y
    • Box YFolder 1
      Newspaper articles
    • Box YFolder 2
      International Foundation for Science - letters about the organization
    • Box YFolder 3
      Correspondence
    • Box YFolder 4
      Political - 12 photographs of Nagasaki Torpedo Work and Mitsubishi Steel; correspondence
    • Box YFolder 5
      Federation of American Scientists (FAS) - correspondence, reports, and by-laws
    • Box YFolder 6
      Bethe - correspondence with Hans Bethe
      • 1. Bethe Symposium - materials concerning the conference on Supernovae in honor of Hans Bethe
    • Box YFolder 7
      Chapters 1-10 from a physics book
    • Box YFolder 8
      Subject index for book
    • Box YFolder 9
      Subject index, correspondence for book
  • Box Desktop 1
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 1
      Scientific Notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 2
      Urgent Backup Notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 3
      FFF Chapter 10, REM backup notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 4
      FF Chapter 9, REM Backup scientific notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 5
      CF Chapters 1-4, scientific notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 6
      FV Chapter 1, scientific notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 7
      FF Chapter 2, backup scientific notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 8
      FV Chapter 3, scientific notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 9
      FV Chapter 4, scientific notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 10
      Scientific Notes
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 11
      Nambu, Y. - papers
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 12
      Fradkin, E.S. - scientific notes, copies, etc.
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 13
      Avignone, F. T. III - Information from magazines
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 14
      Stecker, F. - copies from magazines
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 15
      Stech, B. - copies of material from magazines and books
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 16
      Staebler., G. - papers
    • Box Desktop 1Folder 17
      Caianiello, E. R. - scientific notes, papers
  • Box Desktop 2
    • Box Desktop 2Folder 1
      Correspondence and publications
    • Box Desktop 2Folder 2
      CCNY - papers
    • Box Desktop 2Item Box 1
      REM's book - proof with annotation, correspondence
    • Box Desktop 2Folder 3
      Chapters 1-10 of REM's book
    • Box Desktop 2Notebook item: 1
      Madison Conference - scientific notes
    • Box Desktop 2Folder 4-5
      Scientific Notes
  • Box Desktop 3
    • Box Desktop 3Folder 1
      Scientific Notes and Articles
    • Box Desktop 3Folder 2
      Scientific Notes; articles on gravity, cosmology from books or magazines or by REM
    • Box Desktop 3Group of papers item: 1
      Scientific notes; notes on trips to Washington; list of professors, etc. working in the sciences; list of books donated to physics library; correspondence; Fine Japanese Works of Art magazine for a New York Gallery (1983)
    • Box Desktop 3Photograph item: 1
      Photograph of the Virginia Tech Observatory, Halley's Comet, January 9, 1986
    • Box Desktop 3Tape item: 1-29
      29 tapes of Weinberger Address at Virginia Tech (1986); letters, 9/1992; fax; lectures, 5/4/1987; corrected chapters 5; inserts for FVC 6, 7, 8, 9, 10; etc.
    • Box Desktop 3Artifact item: 1
      Medal inscribed Collegii Urbis Nov Eborac Sigillum MDCCCXLVII
    • Box Desktop 3Group of papers item: 2
      Blank letterhead, index and rolodex cards, business cards, file box
  • Box Desktop 4
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 1
      Notes, stationary, checks, etc.
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 2
      Bjorken, B. J. - notes, articles, and papers
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 3
      Fermi, Enrico - papers and articles
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 4-5
      Notebook; Proceedings of the 29th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs (1979); etc.
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 6
      Riazuddin - reports, notes, and research
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 7
      Rajeev, S. G. - articles and notes
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 8
      Oakmoto, Y. - notes, articles, and research papers
    • Box Desktop 4Folder 9
      Fermi Lab - papers submitted to Physics Letters, Physics Review D., Physics Review Letter; Notebook for Proposal for a Dedicated Collider at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (1983)
    • Box Desktop 4Notebook item: 1
      International Centre for Theorectical Physics (ICTP) Council Meeting, 1986
    • Box Desktop 4Tape item: 1
      Tape [label illegible]
  • Box Home 1
    • Box Home 1Tape item: 1
      Projector Tape: Hilton Hotel, NY: Banquet of the International Symposium
    • Box Home 1Group of papers item: 1
      Scientific notes, papers, correspondence
    • Box Home 1Folder 1
      Program of the Pundit Club's 1500th Meeting (1970); article from The New Yorker
    • Box Home 1Folder 2
      Correspondence with Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky, G. B. Kistiakowsky, etc.
    • Box Home 1Folder 3
      Correspondence with Rabi
    • Box Home 1Folder 4
      Correspondence from Eugene Wigner; discussion of agenda for physicists' conference
    • Box Home 1Folder 5
      Correspondence with S. A. Goudsmit, etc.
    • Box Home 1Folder 6
      Correspondence with Kenneth Keating, etc.
    • Box Home 1Folder 7
      Correspondence with Eugene Wigner, Arthur Roberts, etc.
    • Box Home 1Folder 8
      Scientific notes and papers; nominations for the 1979 Wolfe Prize in Physics
    • Box Home 1Folder 9
      Scientific notes and papers
    • Box Home 1Folder 10
      Paper by Allan Franklin
    • Box Home 1Folder 11
      Correspondence and paper from Marian S. Rothenberg, etc.
    • Box Home 1Folder 12
      Kiev Conference - correspondence to C. J. Bakker
    • Box Home 1Folder 13
      Moscow Conference (1956) - papers, articles
    • Box Home 1Folder 14
      Correspondence from C. J. Bakker, etc.
    • Box Home 1Item Box 1
      Conference materials - correspondence with Geoffrey F. Chew, G. Bernardini, etc.
      • 1. Rochester Conference 3-4: programs, correspondence, etc.
      • 2. Rochester Conference 5: programs, correspondence, etc.
      • 3. Rochester Conference 6: programs, correspondence, etc.
      • 4. Rochester Conference 7: programs, correspondence, etc.
      • 5. Rochester Conference 8: programs, correspondence, etc.
      • 6. Rochester Conference 9: programs, correspondence, etc.
      • 7. Rochester Conference 10: programs, correspondence, etc.
      • 8. Proceedings for the 14th International Conference on High-Energy Physics, 1968
      • 9. Proceedings for the 19th International Conference on High-Energy Physics, 1978
      • 10. Proceedings for the 25th International Conference on High-Energy Physics, 1970
      • 11. Proceedings for the 9th International Conference on High-Energy Physics at Cern, 1962
      • 12. Proceedings for the 13th International Conference on High-Energy Physics, 1967
      • 13. Proceedings for the 17th International Conference on High-Energy Physics, 1974
      • 14. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1980
      • 15. Proceedings for the 23rd International Conference on High-Energy Physics
    • Box Home 1Item Box 2
      IUPAP Information - correspondence about annual conference
  • Box Home 2
    • Box Home 2Folder 1
      Correspondence, papers, articles, etc.
    • Box Home 2Folder 2
      Correspondence and papers on the Universal V-A Theory of Weak Interactions
    • Box Home 2Group of papers item: 1
      REM-Mehra Discussions transcribed, replacements in Part Three of Weiner's interview; reply to Mehra's questions
    • Box Home 2Folder 3
      News articles, reports, correspondence, etc.
    • Box Home 2Folder 4
      Sakharov Talk I, 1990
    • Box Home 2Folder 5
      Sakharov Talk II, 1990
  • Box Home 3
    • Box Home 3Folder 1
      Articles by and about REM; 2 issues of Change magazine (1981, 1982)
    • Box Home 3Folder 2
      Photographs of Faculty Advisory Selection Committee and unidentified photos
    • Box Home 3Folder 3
      Bohr II - 1989 Niels Bohr Symposium
      • 1. Miscellaneous correspondence
      • 2. American Academy Follow-up Action
      • 3. Ove Nation, Victor Weisskopf, etc. - correspondence
      • 4. Correspondence to Victor Weisskopf from Sidney Drell; meeting notes from Sakharov and Yelena Bonner
      • 5. Agenda for the Niels Bohr Symposium (1989); notes from the American Academy Advisory Committee
      • 6. Bohr II Symposium - notes from meeting in Copenhagen (1988); proposals for co-sponsorship of the conference
      • 7. Bohr II Symposium - prospective new members for the committee; conference correspondence
      • 8. Bohr II Conference - correspondence from Joel Orlen and Ove Nathan
      • 9. Correspondence with Prof. V. F. Weisskopf, etc.; articles; Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists magazine (1987); Pugwash Newsletter from January and October 1988
      • 10. Articles by REM, "The Pragmatic Humanism of Bohr, Einstein, and Sakharov"
    • Box Home 3Folder 4
      Correspondence, newspaper clippings from October 26, 1957; New York Times, Nov. 8-Dec. 1, 1957
    • Box Home 3Folder 5
      Nuclear Pioneers program; Princeton Conference on Atomic Energy and World Organization (1947); articles by REM; correspondence with Kenneth Keating, Hugh C. Wolfe, etc.
    • Box Home 3Folder 6
      Newspaper articles; FAS newsletter, etc.
    • Box Home 3Folder 7
      Articles by REM - Nature of the Soviet Scientific Challenge; Scientific Research in the Soviet Union; The Rochester Conferences, etc.; newspaper articles
    • Box Home 3Folder 8
      Newspaper clippings, articles, etc.
    • Box Home 3Notebook item: 1-2
      Interview with REM by Dr. Charles Weiner, September 19, 1970
    • Box Home 3Folder 9
      Articles, correspondence, reports, etc.
      • 1. Articles
      • 2. Articles by/about REM; correspondence with I. D. Rojanski, L. Landau, etc.
      • 3. Copy of The USSR Conference on High-Energy Physics program; Report on Personal Contacts with Soviet Scientists at the Conference on High-Energy Physics in Moscow (May 1956), including letter from Victor F. Weisskopf; articles
  • Box Home 4
    • Box Home 4Folder 1
      Newsletters, notes, etc.
    • Box Home 4Folder 2
      Memoirs - correspondence, letters nominating REM for the Enrico Fermi Award
    • Box Home 4Folder 3
      Articles, reports, etc.
    • Box Home 4Folder 4
      Correspondence, articles, etc.
    • Box Home 4Folder 5
      Newspapers clippings, articles, etc.
    • Box Home 4Tape item: 1-2
      Inserts for FC 4
    • Box Home 4Record item: 1
      Science Report - A Radio Presentation, 12th edition
    • Box Home 4Record item: 2-23
      This Atomic World, March 31, April 7, April 14, May 5, May 12, June 4, 1946
  • Box Home 5
    • Box Home 5Item 1
      Daedelus, Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Fall 1990
    • Box Home 5Item 2
      Daedelus, Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Winter 1990
    • Box Home 5Folder 1
      Final Report on City College Development Campaign
    • Box Home 5Folder 2
      1986 - series of Virginia Tech Lectures, articles, etc., 1986
    • Box Home 5Folder 3
      Correspondence
    • Box Home 5Folder 4
      Pieces to Write: Texas Q - Sakharov
    • Box Home 5Folder 5
      Soviet Rescue Mission
    • Box Home 5Folder 6
      Memoirs
    • Box Home 5Folder 7
      Sudarshan Talk
    • Box Home 5Folder 8
      REM's summary of accomplishments
    • Box Home 5Folder 9
      Newspaper clippings
    • Box Home 5Folder 10
      Conferences, agendas, etc.
    • Box Home 5Folder 11
      Notes, transparencies, etc.
    • Box Home 5Magazines item: 1-9
      9 issues of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (July 1992-January 1993); Issues in Science and Technology (Winter 1989/1990-Fall 1990); Science (December 1992); Physics Today (November 1992); Current Science (July 1992), Winter 1989/1990-January 1993
  • Box 100
    • Box 100Item 1
      Rotblat, J. Scientist in the Quest for Peace. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1972
    • Box 100Item 2
      Congres International sur le Rayonnement Cosmique, 1953
    • Box 100Item 3
      Fujii, A. The Relativistic Quantum Theory of Elementary Particle Interactions (notes). Lectures given by P. T. Matthews, 1957
    • Box 100Item 4
      Conferenza Internazionale sulle particelle elementari e XLI Congresso Nazionale die Fisica, 1955
    • Box 100Item 5
      Proceedings of the First Anniversary Symposium. In honor of R. E. Marshak, January 14-16, 1963
    • Box 100Item 6
      Klaw, Spencer. The New Brahmins Scientific Life in America. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1968
    • Box 100Item 7
      Cheng, Ta-Pei and Ling-Fong Li. Gauge Theory of Elementary Particle Physics
    • Box 100Item 8
      Marshak, R. E. Lectures on Weak Interaction. Matscience Report 10. Notes prepared by T. K. Radha and K. Raman
    • Box 100Item 9
      International Conference on Mesons and Recently Discovered Particles. Padova-Venezia, 1957
    • Box 100Item 10
      Columbia College Tomorrow. Special Report prepared by the Association of Alumni of Columbia College, 1969
    • Box 100Item 11
      Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs. India, January 13-19, 1976
    • Box 100Item 12
      International Conference on Theoretical Physics, Abstract Book, Section A. Kyoto and Tokyo, 1953
    • Box 100Item 13
      Neutrino '72, Europhysics Conference. Volume I. Hungary, June 11-17, 1972
    • Box 100Item 14
      Neutrino '72, Europhysics Conference. Volume II. Hungary, June 11-17, 1972
  • Box Misc.
    • Box Misc.Item 1
      Yellow notepad
    • Box Misc.Item 2
      Correspondence from Bookworm & Silverfish for appraisal of manuscript collection, 1990
    • Box Misc.Item 3
      Letters from Robert Oppenheimer (1953), Albert Einstein (1953), Simon Sonkin (1941), Abdus Salam (1955), 1941, 1953, 1955
    • Box Misc.Item 4
      Summary of REM Papers at Special Collections
    • Box Misc.Folder 1
      Copy of Rochester Conference article
    • Box Misc.Folder 2
      16 photographs of speakers, etc.
    • Box Misc.Folder 3
      Robert E. Marshak Collection Inventory , [1994?]
    • Box Misc.Item 5
      Negatives
    • Box Misc.Folder 4
      Oral history transcript, Part I & II
Series X. Oversize Materials
  • Folder 1Item 1
    Architects of Modern Physics 1927 poster
    Scope and Content

    The photograph on poster displays the "delegates to the fifth of the series of international congresses on physics." For each of the 29 scientists, there is a description of their education and accomplishments.

  • Folder 1Item 2
    Institut Interuniversitaire des Sciences Nucleaires: Robert E. Marshak..."The Charge Independence Hypothesis in Nuclear Physics", 1954
  • Folder 1Item 3
    Photograph of the International Institute of Physics and Chemistry, XVIII, 1982
  • Folder 1Item 4
    Photograph of the Instituts Internationaux de Physique et de Chimie Fondes par E. Solvay, 1967
  • Folder 1Item 5
    Folio of Cinquantenaire du Premier Conseil de Physique Solvay, 1911-1961
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    Broadside: Italian Physical Society, International School of Physics...Summer Course to be held in Varenna, Lake Como, 1954