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John Archibald Wheeler (1911-2008) was a leading theoretical physicist of the twentieth century, contributing particularly to the fields of general relativity, gravitation, and quantum mechanics. Wheeler was a pioneer in the study of black holes, celestial phenomena which he named. (He had a penchant for creating new terms in physics, and is credited with naming other phenomena such as geons, wormholes, and quantum foam.) Wheeler is also known for his work in atomic and nuclear physics. In 1939, he and Niels Bohr co-authored a paper that gave the basis for recognizing that Uranium 235 and Plutonium 239 are highly fissile, a milestone in the understanding of atomic energy. Wheeler believed in the importance of public service, assisting in the U.S. war effort to develop the atomic and hydrogen bombs, and served as a scientific advisor to numerous government agencies. During a prolific academic career that spanned seventy years, Wheeler taught physics to thousands of undergraduate students at Princeton University and the University of Texas, and mentored more than fifty Ph.D. students. The Wheeler Papers provide an extensive look into the expansive career of John Archibald Wheeler, the pioneering and award-winning theoretical physicist. Comprised of 150 linear feet, this large collection contains a wide array of materials including correspondence, subject files, manuscripts by Wheeler, papers by colleagues and students, research notes and notebooks, photographs, awards, and audiovisual materials. The collection provides much insight in to Wheeler’s lengthy career as a scientist, scholar, and teacher. The bulk of the material is from the 1950s to the 1990s and covers the wide scope of his professional endeavors, from his teaching at Princeton University and the University of Texas, to his many publications, to his consultation work with government agencies, industry, and atomic energy projects, to his numerous public talks and lectures.

Background note

John Archibald Wheeler (1911-2008) was a leading theoretical physicist of the twentieth century, contributing particularly to the fields of general relativity, gravitation, and quantum mechanics. Wheeler was a pioneer in the study of black holes, celestial phenomena which he named. (He had a penchant for creating new terms in physics, and is credited with naming other phenomena such as geons, wormholes, and quantum foam.)

Wheeler is also known for his work in atomic and nuclear physics. In 1939, he and Niels Bohr co-authored a paper that gave the basis for recognizing that Uranium 235 and Plutonium 239 are highly fissile, a milestone in the understanding of atomic energy. Wheeler believed in the importance of public service, assisting in the U.S. war effort to develop the atomic and hydrogen bombs, and served as a scientific advisor to numerous government agencies. During a prolific academic career that spanned seventy years, Wheeler taught physics to thousands of undergraduate students and mentored more than fifty Ph.D. students at Princeton University and the University of Texas.

John Archibald Wheeler was born in Jacksonville, Florida on 9 July 1911. His parents were librarians and instilled in him a lifetime love of reading and learning, the importance of an active mind, the worth of achievement and service. He was a quick learner and an advanced student, entering Johns Hopkins University at age 16.

Wheeler studied under Karl Herzfeld at JHU and earned his Ph.D. in physics in 1933. His dissertation focused on the theory of the dispersion and absorption of helium. After graduation, he received a National Research Council fellowship to study at New York University and with Niels Bohr in Copenhagen. Returning to the U.S. in 1935, Wheeler accepted a position as Assistant Professor of physics, later Associate Professor, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

After spending a short research sabbatical at the Institute for Advanced Study, Wheeler was offered an Assistant Professor position at Princeton University in 1938. Grateful for the chance to work in the same town as the likes of Albert Einstein, Eugene Wigner, Hermann Weyl, and John von Neumann, he readily accepted. Princeton was to be Wheeler's primary employer until 1976.

After the United States was dawn in to the Second World War and an atomic program was started in earnest, Wheeler served as a consultant and physicist on several atomic energy projects. He worked for the University of Chicago Metallurgical Laboratory (1942-1943), E.I. duPont deNemours & Co. in Delaware (1943-1944), and Hanford Engineering Works in Washington state (1944-1945). After the war ended, he returned to Princeton, and earned a promotion to Professor of physics in 1947.

Wheeler received a Guggenheim fellowship (1949-1950) to visit Paris and Copenhagen. From 1950 to 1953, while based at Princeton, he was a consultant and physicist for Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. He was in charge of the Project Matterhorn group that worked on conceptual analysis for the first hydrogen bomb, the "Mike" test of 1 November 1952, and created the design handbook for the first family of hydrogen bombs.

Wheeler's stints as a visiting professor during his career were numerous: University of Michigan (1939), University of Chicago (1940), the Lorentz Professor at the University of Leiden (1956), the Ritchie Lecturer in Edinburgh (1958), a Visiting Professor at the University of California Berkeley (1960), a Fulbright Professor in Kyoto (1962), Visiting Fellow of Clare College at Cambridge University (1964), at the University of Washington (1975), and Columbia University (1983).

In 1966, Wheeler was named Joseph Henry Professor of Physics at Princeton, then Joseph Henry Professor Emeritus upon his "retirement" in 1976.

After "retiring" from Princeton, Wheeler's career continued at the University of Texas at Austin where he became the Director of the Center for Theoretical Physics in 1976, Ashbel Smith Professor in 1979, and Jane and Roland Blumberg Professor in 1981. Wheeler retired from the University of Texas at Austin in 1986; in 1987, he returned to Hightstown and Princeton as emeritus professor. He remained active as a scholar and teacher until the latter stages of his life, maintaining an office at Princeton until 2006.

Wheeler served as consultant or advisor to the following: the Atomic Energy Commission; Department of Defense, where he was Chairman of Project 137 in 1958, the forerunner of Project JASON; the Central Research Division of E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co.; the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy; President Saxon of the University of California on the scientific work of the Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore Laboratories; the Southwest Research Institute (Board of Trustees, 1978); and, the United States General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament (1969-1972, 1974-1977).

His memberships included election to: the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1954); the American Mathematical Society; and, the American Philosophical Society (1951), where he served as vice president (1971-1974), councilor (1963-1966, 1976-1979) and member of the Library Committee for more than twenty years. (He was largely responsible for the Society's involvement with the Joseph Henry Papers [Mss. B. H39p], a joint project with the Smithsonian.)

Wheeler was a member of the American Physical Society (President 1966); the Danish Royal Academy of Sciences (Foreign member); the International Astronomical Union (1971); l'Academie Internationale de Philos. des Sciences; the New York Academy of Sciences (Honorary member); the Philosophical Society of Texas (1982); the Royal Society of Sciences at Uppsala; and the United States National Academy of Sciences (1952).

Wheeler served on the board of directors for: the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1971); Battelle Memorial Institute; and, the Southwest Research Institute (1978). He was also on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Mathematical Physics (1982-1985).

Wheeler was widely published and among his most important works are: Geometrodynamics (1962); Gravitation Theory and Gravitational Collapse (1965), with B. Kent Harrison, Kip S. Thorne and Masami Wakano; Spacetime Physics (1966), with Edwin F. Taylor; Einstein's Vision (1968); Gravitation (1973), with Charles W. Misner and Kip S. Thorne; Black Holes, Gravitational Waves and Cosmology (1974), with Martin Rees and Remo Ruffini; Frontiers of Time (1979); Quantum Theory and Measurement (1983), with Wojciech Zurek; Clues to Creation (1985); A Journey Into Gravity and Spacetime (1990); Spacetime Physics: Introduction to Special Relativity (1992); At Home in the Universe (1994); Gravitation and Inertia (1995), with Ignazio Ciufolini; Geons, Black Holes, and Quantum Foam: A Life in Physics (1998), with Kenneth Ford; Exploring Black Holes: Introduction to General Relativity (2000).

Wheeler received eighteen honorary degrees from the universities in the United States and abroad. These include Sc.D.s from Western Reserve University (1958), University of North Carolina (1959), University of Pennsylvania (1968), University of Middlebury (1969), Rutgers University (1969), Yeshiva University (1973), Yale University (1974), University of Maryland (1977), Gustavus Adolphus University (1981), Catholic University of America (1982), and University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (1983). He also received an honorary Ph.D from the University of Uppsala (1975), and an honorary LL.D. from Johns Hopkins University (1977).

Wheeler earned numerous awards during his lifetime, including the: J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize (1984), the Oersted Medal from the American Association of Physics Teachers (1983), the Niels Bohr International Gold Medal (1982), the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award from the University of Texas at Austin (1981), the Herzfeld Award (1975), the National Medal of Science (1971), the Franklin Medal from the Franklin Institute (1969), the Enrico Fermi Award from the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (1968), the Robertson Memorial Award from the National Academy of Sciences (1967), the Albert Einstein Prize from the Strauss Foundation (1965), and the A. Cressy Morrison Prize from the New York Academy of Sciences (1947).

John Archibald Wheeler married Janette Latourette Hegner on 10 June 1935. They had three children: Isabelle Letitia Ufford, James English Wheeler, Alison Wheeler Lahnston. On 13 April 2008, Wheeler died of pneumonia at the age of 96 in Hightstown, New Jersey.

Scope and content

The Wheeler Papers provide an extensive look into the expansive career of John Archibald Wheeler, the pioneering and award-winning theoretical physicist. Comprised of 150 linear feet, this large collection contains a wide array of materials including correspondence, subject files, manuscripts, papers by colleagues and students, research notes and notebooks, photographs, awards, and audiovisual materials. The collection provides much insight in to Wheeler’s lengthy career as a scientist, scholar, and teacher. The bulk of the material is from the 1950s to the 1990s and covers the wide scope of his professional endeavors, from his teaching at Princeton University and the University of Texas, to his many publications, to his consultation work with government agencies, industry, and atomic energy projects, to his numerous public talks and lectures.

Of primary significance in the collection are the numerous volumes of research notebooks, containing Wheeler's daily record of calculations, thoughts, notes, ruminations on journal articles and theories, records of meetings attended, and conversations held about his work. Among other subjects, the notebooks touch upon physics, nucleonics, quantum electrodynamics, and relativity.

The correspondence in the collection is profuse, and provides much insight in to Wheeler's thoughts, works, and activities. It includes evaluations of theories, personal evaluations of scientists, and Wheeler's efforts to promote physics and scientific education.

The collection also includes important documents relating to Wheeler's participation in committees and professional organizations, such as: the Committee on Scientific and Technical Personnel of NATO, headed by Senator Henry M. Jackson; the Joint Committee of the American Physical Society; and the American Philosophical Society on the History of Theoretical Physics in the Twentieth Century.

Series I-VII are comprised of materials accessioned prior to 1994. Series with an "A" designation are comprised of materials accessioned in 1994 and later years.

Arrangement

Collection information

Provenance

Bequeathed by John A. Wheeler initially as a deposit, 1976; presented as a gift by James Wheeler and accessioned, 1986 (1986 1206ms); later accessions added periodically afterwards to 2010, the bulk of which were made by James Wheeler, with additional accessions by Letitia Wheeler Ufford and Alison Wheeler Lahnston. Kenneth Ford was instrumental in assisting the Wheeler family in transferring a number of the accessions of the papers to APS.

Preferred citation

Cite as: John Archibald Wheeler Papers, American Philosophical Society

Processing information

Processed by Anne Harney and Michael Miller

General physical description

150 linear feet

Separated material

In addition to manuscript materials, John Wheeler donated a few hundred books to the APS. The books have been transferred to the APS collection of printed materials. Each book has been cataloged separately. A full list of the books is available.

Indexing Terms

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Philosophical Society.
  • Johns Hopkins University. Students.
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization. -- Committee on Scientific and Technical Personnel.
  • Princeton University.
  • University of Texas.

Genre(s)

  • Notebooks.
  • Recordings.
  • Reports.

Personal Name(s)

  • Adler, Ronald John, 1937-
  • Ball, Joseph A., (Joseph Andrew), 1932-
  • Bekenstein, Jacob David
  • Bohr, Aage Niels, 1922-
  • Bohr, Niels Henrik David, 1885-1962
  • Born, Max, 1882-1970
  • Braginskiĭ, V. B., (Vladimir Borisovich)
  • Breit, Gregory, 1899-1981
  • Brill, Dieter R.
  • Buchdahl, H. A., (Hans Adolph), 1919-
  • Cethovic, Dragoljub Savo
  • Condon, Edward Uhler, 1902-1974
  • DeWitt, Bryce S., (Bryce Seligman), 1923-
  • DeWitt-Morette, Cécile
  • Dempster, Hugh
  • Dicke, Robert H., (Robert Henry)
  • Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955
  • Feynman, Richard P., (Richard Phillips), 1918-1988
  • Fischer, Arthur E.
  • Ford, Kenneth William, 1926-
  • Fuller, Robert W., 1920-
  • Geroch, Robert P., 1942-
  • Gingerich, Owen
  • Godfrey, Brendan B.
  • Hehl, F. W., (Friedrich W.), 1937-
  • Heisenberg, Werner, 1901-1976
  • Herzfeld, Karl F., (Karl Ferdinand), 1892-1978
  • Kuchar, Karel Vaclav, 1935-
  • Leutwyler, Heinrich
  • Misner, Charles W.
  • Ohanian, Hans C.
  • Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 1904-1967
  • Penrose, Roger
  • Ruffini, Remo
  • Sakharov, Andrei, 1921-1989
  • Shepley, Lawrence C., 1939-
  • Teitelboim, Claudio
  • Teller, Edward, 1908-2003
  • Thorne, Kip S.
  • Toll, John S.
  • Weber, J., (Joseph), 1919-2000
  • Wheeler, John Archibald, 1911-2008
  • Wigner, Eugene Paul, 1902-1995

Subject(s)

  • Black holes (Astronomy)
  • Gravitation
  • Hydrogen bomb
  • Manhattan Project (U.S.)
  • Nuclear physics.
  • Particles (Nuclear physics)
  • Physics.
  • Project Matterhorn
  • Quantum electrodynamics.
  • Quantum theory.
  • Relativity (Physics)
  • Science -- Societies, etc.
  • Science -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Collection overview
1913-1976 Volume 1-5:
Box 1-33

Contains correspondence between Wheeler and colleagues, students, publishers, and organizations, during his time at Princeton University. Also includes biographical information. Materials in Series I were accessioned prior to 1994.

1934-2007 Box 130-164

Contains correspondence between Wheeler and colleagues, students, publishers, and organizations, during his time at Princeton University. Also includes biographical information. Materials in Series IA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1976-2006 Box 34-71

Contains correspondence between Wheeler and colleagues, students, publishers, and organizations, during his time at the University of Texas.

1909-1990 Box 72-76:
Volume 6-7

Contains material most often Wheeler used as research for papers, talks, and lectures. Some Subject Files contain works-in-progress and collaborations with other physicists. Materials in Series III were accessioned prior to 1994.

1914-2006 Box 165-176:
Volume 8-11

Contains material most often Wheeler used as research for papers, talks, and lectures. Some Subject Files contain works-in-progress and collaborations with other physicists. Materials in Series IIIA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1939-1988 Volume 12-23:
Box 77-80

Contains mostly published papers by Wheeler and co-authors. Much of the material up until 1987 is also included in the Collected Works volumes. Materials in Series IV were accessioned prior to 1994.

1931-2005 Box 177-189

Contains mostly published papers by Wheeler and co-authors. Materials in Series IVA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1949-1996 Volume 24-81:
Box 81-82

Contains notes taken by Wheeler, preparatory notes for classes given by Wheeler, and notebooks on research and aspects of nucleonics, mathematical and statistical physics, quantum electrodynamics, relativity, thermodynamics, elementary particles, and astro-and geophysics.

The notebooks are voluminous and date from 1949-2008. The notebooks contain notes, letters, excerpts from journals, newspaper and magazine clippings, bibliographies and reading lists, and photographs. Wheeler's method was to paste in material and add his own comments or responses in the margins or in the pages that followed.

Some notebooks are indexed. See "Notebooks. Tables of contents."

Materials in Series V were accessioned prior to 1994.

1927-2008 Volume 82-89:
Box 190-191

A continuation of notes and topical notebooks created by Wheeler. Materials in Series VA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1926-1987 Volume 90-110:
Box 83-128

Contains drafts, proofs, typed manuscripts, reprints, lectures, and addresses given by Wheeler's colleagues. Items are manuscript copies, unless otherwise noted. Materials in Series VI were accessioned prior to 1994.

1924-2007 Box OS2:
Box 192-209

A continuation of drafts, proofs, typed manuscripts, reprints, lectures, and addresses given by Wheeler's colleagues. Materials in Series VIA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1915-1986 Box 129

The original accession of graphics was a small collection of photographs, largely separated from correspondence and documents from elsewhere in the collection. Of interest are a series of photographed postcards, written by Albert Einstein to Paul Ehrenfest. Materials in Series VII were accessioned prior to 1994.

1880-2005 Box OS3:
Box 210-232

The later accessions of graphics are more extensive, containing 24 boxes (12.0 linear feet) of materials--photographs, slides, negatives, and transparencies. The numerous professional photographs provide a rich insight in to Wheeler's lengthy and prestigious career, from his days as a young professor in the 1930s to an emeritus scholar in the 2000s. The series also includes a glimpse in to Wheeler's personal life, through several boxes of photographs of Wheeler with family and friends. Materials in Series VIIA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1894-2005 Volume 111:
Box 233-240

Includes personal correspondence with family and friends, cards, planners, and address books. Also part of the series are two boxes of quotes written on to index cards collected by Wheeler during his lifetime. The quotes are testament to Wheeler's erudition and, together with the rest of the materials in this series, provide a glimpse into Wheeler's personality. Materials in Series VIIIA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1943-2001 Box 241-249

A collection of personal and professional financial records, primarily comprised of income tax returns and supporting receipts and documentation. The series is subdivided in to loose papers and notebooks. Of particular interest is a notebook concerning Wheeler's expenses while working in science and atomic energy. Materials in Series IXA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1943-2001 Box 241-244
1947-1976 Box 245-249
1933-2003 Box OS4-OS5:
Box 250-254:
Volume 112-113

Correspondence, diplomas, and certificates relating to Wheeler's many professional accolades. Of particular interest is a facsimile of the American Philosophical Society's First Roll Book presented to Wheeler in 2001 on the 50th anniversary of his election to membership in the APS. Materials in Series XA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1910-2003 Box 255-262

Over one hundred items of audio/visual material. Comprised of videotapes, 3/4-inch tapes, microfilm reels, and cassette tapes. The material concerns various aspects and subjects related to Wheeler's professional endeavors. Included are lectures, interviews, symposia, and documentaries. Materials in Series XIA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.

1984-2003 Box 255-258
1976-1983 Box 259
1910-1970 7.0 Reel(s) Box 260
1966-1997 Box 261-262
1929-1987 12.0 Volume(s) Volume 114-125

Reprints written by Wheeler from 1929-1987, bound together in to a twelve volume set.

1942-2005 Box 263-266

An assortment of objects--drafting tools, a rolodex collection, pins, souvenirs, and commemorative and award medals. Of interest are two small pieces of graphite from the first nuclear reactor and numerous award medals won by Wheeler, including the National Medal of Science and the Wolf Prize Pin. Materials in Series XIIIA were accessioned in 1994 and later years.



Detailed Inventory
I. Princeton University Correspondence and Files
1913-1976 Volume 1-5:
Box 1-33

Contains correspondence between Wheeler and colleagues, students, publishers, and organizations, during his time at Princeton University. Also includes biographical information. Materials in Series I were accessioned prior to 1994.

Abdulezer, Loren
1975 Box 1
Abramowitz, Milton
1954 Box 1
Abrams, Philip Samuel
1964 Box 1
Adams, Anthony
1974 Box 1
Adams, Cyrus Hall
1961 Box 1
Adams, Roger
1967-1972 Box 1
Adelberger, Eric G.
1968, 1974 Box 1
Adler, Ronald J.
1971-1974 Box 1
Adler, Stephen Louis
1962-1969 Box 1

Dashen, Roger F.

Agassi, Joseph
1973 Box 1
Agnew, Harold M.
1970, 1974 Box 1

Anderson, Clinton P.; Jackson, Henry M.; Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory; Ramey, James T. -- See also: Series I, University of California Scientific Advisory Committee (1971-1972).

Ajzenberg-Selove, Fay
1968 Box 1
Alankus, Taylan
1971 Box 1
Alekseev, [?]
1974 Box 1
Alfvén, Hannes
1966, 1973 Box 1
Ali, M. S.
1967 Box 1
Alley, Carroll O.
1972-1973 Box 1
Allred, John C.
1954 Box 1
Alpher, Ralph A.
1973 Box 1

Herman, Robert; Hofstadter, Robert

Altshuler, Boris L.
1974 Box 1
Alvarez, Luis W.
1966, 1968 Box 1
Alvarez, Orlando
1973-1974 Box 1
Amaldi, Eduardo
1961, 1970 Box 1
Amano, T.
1975 Box 1

Kobayasi, Minoru; Spitzer, Lyman

Ambrose, Leslie
1975 Box 1

Curry, Carol

American Association for the Advancement of Science
1968 Box 1

Glass, H. Bentley. -- See also Series I: Condon, Edward; Series III: Job Notebook (1963-1964); Series III: Extrasensory Perception (1978-1979).

American Chemical Society
1959 Box 1
American Institute of Physics
1958-1975 6.0 folders Box 1
American Institute of Physics
1958, 1972-1975 Box 1

Hutchisson, Elmer; Klein, Martin J.; Koch, Herman William; Weart, Spencer.

Committee on Physics and Society (COMPAS)
1967-1968 5.0 folders Box 1
Folder #1
Mar.-Jun. 1967 Box 1

Ajzenberg-Selove, Fay; American Chemical Society; Bacher, Robert F.; Hershey, Lewis B.; Holton, Gerald; Johnson, Lyndon [B.]; Koch, H. William; National Academy of Engineering; National Academy of Sciences; National Research Council; Overberger, Charles G.; Physics Today; Robinson, David Z.; Russell, Richard B.; Seaborg, Glenn T.; Seitz, Frederick; Slack, Lewis; Smith, William V.; Vanderryn, Jack; Waterman, Alan T.; Weisskopf, Victor F. 

Folder #2
Jul.-Aug. 1967 Box 1

American Mathematical Society; Crane, H. Richard; Fairbank, William M.; Goldwasser, Edwin L.; Gruner, Wayne R.; Hershey, Lewis B.; Holton, Gerald; National Research Council; Rivers, L. Mendel; Slack, Lewis; Tukey, John W.; Waterman, Alan T.

Folder #3
Sep.-Nov. 1967 Box 1

Crane, H. Richard; Fowler, John; Hershey, Lewis B.; Kone, Eugene; Lapp, Ralph E.; Piel, Gerard; Robinson, David Z.; Slack, Lewis; Tarlau, James J.

Folder #4
Dec. 1967-Apr. 1968 Box 1

Clogston, A.M.; Davis, R.H.; Dupree, Hunter; Fairbank, William M.; Geise, Richard; Gilpin, Robert G.; Holton, Gerald; Koch, H. William; Lapp, Ralph E.; McNeil, M.B.; Marshak, Robert E.; Mead, Margaret; Merton, Robert E.; Piel, Gerard; Piore, E.R.; Robinson, David Z.; Roe, Anne; Slack, Lewis; Townes, Charles H.

Folder #5
1968 Box OS1

"Great Truth." Oversized draft version of some of the considerations put before COMPAS in 1967-1968, a message for and about the physics community. The report was assembled by Wheeler.

American Philosophical Society
1968-1975 Box 1

Bell, Whitfield J., Jr.; Carmichael, Leonard; Corner, George W.; Noonan, Julia; Shryock, Richard Harrison; Wheaton, Bruce R. -- See also Series I: Gross, Paul; Job Notebook (1964); Series III: Extrasensory Perception (1979)

American Physical Society
1962-1971 8.0 folders Box 2-3
Folder #1
1962-Jan. 1964 Box 2

Darrow, Karl Kelchner

Folder #2
Feb.-Aug. 1964 Box 2
Folder #3
  Box 2
Folder #4
Jan.-Mar. 1965 Box 2
Folder #5
Apr.-Oct. 1965 Box 2
Folder #6
Nov. 1965-Jan. 1966 Box 3
Folder #7
Feb.-May 1966 Box 3
Folder #8
1969, 1971 Box 3
Annual Report of President. Background Materials
1965-1967 2.0 folders Box 3
Folder #1
1965-1966 Box 3

American Institute of Physics (1965-1966); Bing, R.H. (1966); Darrow, Karl K. (1966); Goudsmit, S[amuel] A. (1966); Havens, W.W., Jr. (1967); Lyons, W. James (1966-1967); Physical Review (1966); Physics Review Letters (1966); Quimby, Shirley (1966); Textile Research Institute;

Folder #2
1965-1966 Box 3
American Scientist
1974 Box 3

See also: Series I, Hawking, Stephen; Smithsonian Institution Press

Ames, Oakes
1962, 1968 Box 3
Anagnostopoulos, Paul C.
1972-1974 Box 3
Anderson, James Leroy
1954-1967 Box 3
Anderson, Philip Warren
1963-1967 Box 3
Andrews, C. Luther
1968 Box 3

See also Ser.I Jones, Allen Du

Anshen, Ruth Nanda
1973-1976 Box 3
Apgar, Brian A.
1974 Box 3
Araki, Gentaro
1957 Box 3
Araki, Huzihiro
1958-1962 Box 3
Archibald, J. Michael II
1969 Box 3
Arley, Niels
1967-1969 Box 3
Armand, Louis
1966-1969 Box 3
Arnauld, Chastel
1969 Box 3
Aron, Walter A.
1958-1964 Box 3
Arons, Arnold B.
n.d. Box 3
Ashby, Eric
1964 Box 3

Cambridge University See also Ser.I Job Notebook (1962)

Ashtekar, Abhay
n.d. Box 3
Astrophysical Journal
1975 Box 3
Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
1975 Box 3

Walske, Carl

Aubrecht, G.
1968 Box 3
Auburn University
1973 Box 3

Littleton, Taylor

Augustynek, Zdzislaw
1970-1973 Box 3

Some in Russian and Polish

Auluck, Faqir Chand
1969 Box 3
Auvil, Arthur Daniel
1975 Box 3
Avakian, Peter
1970 Box 3
Avez, A.
1969 Box 3
Babcock, Dale F.
1960-1968 Box 4
Bagchi, S.N.
1976 Box 4
Bahcall, John N.
1974 Box 4

Shvartsman, V.F. -- See also Series I: Ruffini, Remo

Bahnson, Agnew
1964 Box 4
Baierlein, Ralph Frederick
1961-1968 Box 4

Purcell, Edward M.

Baker, William O.
1967-1969, 1975 Box 4
Baker University
1967 Box 4
Balaban, Miriam
1973 Box 4
Ball, Joseph A.
1962-1964, 1971-1973, n.d. Box 4

See also Series I: Dayton, Irving

Barbour, Julian B.
1974 Box 4
Bardeen, James M.
1966-1974 Box 4
Bargmann, V.
1969, 1973 Box 4

American Academy of Arts and Sciences. -- See also Series I: Eisenhart, Luther P. (1957); Misner, Charles W. (1955).

Barlow, Daniel L.
1973 Box 4
Barlow, John S.
1964 Box 4
Barnothy, Jeno M.
1965-1972 Box 4
Barrett, John
1974 Box 4
Barschall, Henry Herman "Heinz"
[1963]-1975 Box 4

Falk, R.A.

Bartlett, David
[1967?]-1969 Box 4
Barut, Asim O.
1973 Box 4
Bass, L.
1955 Box 4
Bass, Robert W.
1957, 1975, n.d. Box 4
Bassette, John C.
1974 Box 4
Bassichis, W.H.
1972 Box 4
Battelle. Advanced Studies Center Geneva
1974 Box 4

Hoegl, [?]; Jansen, Laurens

Battelle Memorial Institute
1967-1974, n.d. Box 4

Fawcett, Sherwood L.; Paul, Ronald S.; -- See also Series I: Adams, Roger; Faris, William Guignard; Price, Don; Thiemann, Hugo; Thomas, Bertram D.; Woodford, Michael

Batty, Peter
1974 Box 4
Bazin, Maurice
1965, 1968 Box 4
Bearden, Joyce Alvin
1969, 1974 Box 4
Bechtold, Max
1974-1976 Box 4
Becker, Bill
1954 Box 4
Beier, Carl
1976 Box 4
Bekenstein, Jacob David
1971-1976, n.d. Box 4

See also Series I: Bardeen, James M.

Belasco, Elliot Paul
1966-1967 Box 4
Belinfante, Frederik J.
1964, 1969 Box 4

Møller, Christian; Tangherlini, Frank R.

Belinfante, Johan Gijsbert[?]
1956-1961 Box 4
Belinsky, Volodja
1974-1976 Box 4
Bellman, Richard
1968 Box 4
Beltrametti, Enrico
1973 Box 4
Benda, Miroslav
1975-1976 Box 4
Bendix, Reinhard
1972, n.d. Box 4
Benedict, Manson
1972 Box 4
Bengurai, Rafael
1975 Box 4
W.A. Benjamin, Inc.
1968 Box 4

Move to W

Ben-Levy, Mischa
1974, n.d. Box 4
Bennett, David
1975 Box 4
Benoit, John W.
1959 Box 4
Berger, Beverly Kobre
1972, 1974 Box 4
Bergey, Philip D.
1974 Box 4
Bergmann, Peter G.
1956-1971 Box 4

See also Series I: Misner, Charles W. (1956); Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Berlin, Theodore H.
1955 Box 4
Bernardini, Ghilberto
1976 Box 4
Bernstein, Steven
1971 Box 4
Berry, Adrian
1956, 1976 Box 4
Bertotti, Bruno
1957-1976 Box 4
Bertsch, George Frederick
1963, 1974 Box 4
Bethe, Hans Albrecht
1968 Box 4

See also Series I: Oppenheimer, J. Robert

Bettenson, E.M.
1974 Box 4
Birkhoff, Garrett
1961-1975, n.d. Box 4

Birkhoff, George D.; Will, Clifford M.

Bisplinghoff, Raymond Lewis
1967 Box 4
Bjorkholm, John Ernst
1961-1962 Box 4
Blanpied, William
1958-1959 Box 4
Bleuler, Konrad
1974 Box 4
Bogen, Joseph E.
1975 Box 4
Bohm, David
1972 Box 5
Bohr, Aage
1953-1976 Box 5

-- See also Series I: Komar, Arthur; Niels Bohr Institute

Bohr, Margrethe (Mrs. Niels)
1972 Box 5
Bohr, Neils
1933-1957 2.0 folders Box 5
Folder #1
1933-1947 Box 5

Breit, Gregory (1933); Franck, James ([1934]); Richtmyer, F.K. (([1934]); --See also Series I: Pais, Abraham (1947)

Folder #2
1949-1957 Box 5

Coryell, Charles D. (1949); Hill, David L. (1949-1950)

Bok, Bart Jan
[1967] Box 5
Bondi, H[ermann]
1954 Box 5
Bonner, W. K.
1957 Box 5
Boris, Jay Paul
1961, n.d. Box 5
Bork, Alfred M.
1975 Box 5
Born, Max
1964, 1967 Box 5
Bowen, William G.
1972, 1974 Box 5
Boyer, Robert E.
1965 Box 5
Boyer, Timothy H.
1969-1970 Box 5
Boynton, Paul
1969, 1975, n.d. Box 5
Braginsky, Vladimir B.
1969-1974, n.d. Box 5

See also Series I: Thorne, Kip Stephen

Braisted, Paul J.
1975 Box 5
Brans, Carl H.
1974-1975 Box 5
Branscomb, Lewis McAdory
1969 Box 5
Breit, Gregory
1963-1975 Box 5

Breit, Marjorie MacDill (Mrs. Gregory). -- See also Series I: Bohr, Neils (1933); Breit, Marjorie; Brown, Gerald

Breit, Marjorie MacDill (Mrs. Gregory)
1974-1975 Box 5

Breit, Gregory. -- See also Series I: Breit, Gregory

Breiter, Dennis
[1970] Box 5
Brennan, Donald G.
1969-1975 Box 5
Brennan, James G.
1972 Box 5
Brenner, Norman Mitchell
1963-1964 Box 5
Breuer, Reinhard A.
1975 Box 5
Brigman, George H.
1961-1975 Box 5
Brill, Dieter R.
1958-1972 Box 5

Werner, Frederick G. -- See also Series I: Eisenhart, Luther P. (1957); Ford, Kenneth

Brillouin, Leon N.
1969 Box 5
British Broadcasting Corp.
1974 Box 5

Gilling, Dick

Brittin, Wesley
1966 Box 5
Brockman, John
1974 Box 5
Broida, Joel Gary
1972-1974 Box 5
Bromley, D. Allan
1967 Box 5
Bronk, Burt V.
1962-1969, n.d. Box 5
Bronowski, Jacob
1974-1975 Box 5
Brower, Reuben (Mr. and Mrs.)
[1968] Box 5
Brown, Gerald
1967, 1974 Box 5

Breit, Gregory. -- See also Series I: Jansen, Laurens

Brown, Harold
1963-1965, n.d. Box 5

See also Series I: California Institute of Technology

Brown, Martin [R.]
1973 Box 5
Broyles, Arthur A.
1974 Box 5
Bruce, Otho B.
1969 Box 5
Brueckner, Keith Allan
1954-1969, n.d. Box 5

-See also Series I: Institute for Defense Analyses

Buchdahl, Hans Adolph
1959-1967 Box 5
Buchta, J.W.
1962-1966 Box 5
Buckley, Paul
1975 Box 5
Budic, Robert D.
1976 Box 5
Bulletin of Calcutta Mathematical Society
1974-1976 Box 5

Marathe, Kishore

Bunge, Mario
1970-1974 Box 5
Burbidge, Geoffrey
1972 Box 5
Burbidge, Margaret
1974 Box 5
Burek, A.
1968 Box 5
Burlew, John S.
1959 Box 5
Burman, Shibdas
1964 Box 5
Burrows, Adam Seth
1974-1975 Box 5
Burton, Ann
1951 Box 5

Hill, David [L.]; Reines, Fred[erick]

Bussard, Robert W.
1961-1967 Box 5

Runcorn, S. Keith. Correspondence of 1961-1963 originally enclosed in Series III: Moon, Origin of the

Bussian, A. E.
1973-1974 Box 5
Bustamante, Enrique
1969 Box 5
Cahill, Michael E.
1968-1969 Box 6
Caianiello, Eduardo R.
1965 Box 6

Campolattaro, Alfonso. -- See also Series I: Misner, Charles W. (1955)

Cairns, Theodore L.
n.d. Box 6

-- See also Series I: E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.

California Institute of Technology
1969-1976 Box 6

Brown, Harold

Callan, Curtis Gove, Jr.
1962-1968 Box 6

-- See also Series I: Saunders, Leslie

Callaway, Joseph
1954 Box 6

Dempster, J.R. Hugh

Callias, Constantine
1973 Box 6
Cameron, A. G. W.
1966 Box 6
Campbell, Patrick
1975 Box 6
Campolattaro, Alfonso
1965-1971 Box 6

-- See also Series I: Caianiello, Eduardo R.

Candelas, Philip
1976, n.d. Box 6
Cantore, Enrico
1968, 1974 Box 6

Institute for Scientific Humanism

Carlson, Lockwood W.
1969-1973 Box 6
Carmeli, Moshe
1963-1964, 1976 Box 6
Carmi, Gideon
1957 Box 6
Carmichael, Leonard (Mrs.)
1973 Box 6
Carnegie, [?]
1965 Box 6

Andrew Carnegie Foundation

Carpenter, Robert E.
1970 Box 6
Carroll, [?]
1954 Box 6
Carstoiu, John
1968-1970 Box 6
Carter, Brandon
1967-1975, n.d. Box 6

Hawking, Stephen. -- See also Series I: Courvoisier, Jean-Claude

Carver, Thomas R.
1963 Box 6
Case, Kenneth Myron
1969 Box 6

-- See also Series I: Institute for Defense Analyses; Parapetrou, A.; Sachs, Rainer K.

Casimir, Heinrich Brugt Gerhard
1972 Box 6
Cassel, David Giske
1961 Box 6
Casti, John L.
1975 Box 6
Cavalleri, Giancarlo
1969 Box 6
C. E. R. N.
1974 Box 6
Center for History of Physics
1975 Box 6

Piore, E. R.

Cetkovic, Dragoljub S.
1972-1976 Box 6
Chabal, Yves J.
1973 Box 6
Chacko, Thomas
1972 Box 6
Chamberlain, Joseph Wyan
1968 Box 6
Chambers, Frank Anthony
1968, 1973 Box 6
Chan, Fu-Kiong
1964-1972 Box 6
Chandler, Elisabeth Gordon
1973 Box 6
Chandrasekhar, Subrahmanyam
1970-1976 Box 6
Chang, W. Y.
1972 Box 6
Chappell, John E., Jr.
1976 Box 6
Charon, Jean E.
1974 Box 6
Charpie, Robert
1969 Box 6
Chase, David Marion
1953-1957, 1968 Box 6
Chase, Lawrence
1972 Box 6
Chastel, Arnaud
1970 Box 6
Chen, [?]
1965 Box 6
Chen, Kao-Wei Wendell
1967, n.d. Box 6
Chen, Walter
1971 Box 6
Chern, S.S.
1955 Box 6
Chetin, Timur C.
1972, 1974 Box 6
Chew, Geoffrey F.
1962 Box 6
Chiao, Raymond Yu
1961, 1976, n.d. Box 6
Chimbidis, James
1974-1976, n.d. Box 6
Choquet-Bruhat, Yvonne
1972-1973, n.d. Box 6
Chou, T.L.
1973 Box 6
Christ, Norman
1969 Box 6
Christakis, Alexander N.
1959, 1964-1965 Box 6
Christodoulou, Demetrios
1967-1976 Box 6

Christodoulou, Lambros; Michalopoulos, Spyros J. -- See also Series I: Christodoulou, Lambros

Christodoulou, Lambros
1968-1969 Box 6

Christodoulou, Demetrios; -- See also Series I: Christodoulou, Demetrios

Chrzankowski, Paul
1975 Box 6
Chun, Cornell
1975 Box 6
Chung, Kuk Pyo
1961-1972 Box 6
Clancy, Edward P.
1975 Box 6
Clapp, Roger E.
1968 Box 6
Clark, [?]
1965 Box 6
Clark, John W.
1965 Box 6
Clauser, John F.
1975 Box 6
Cocke, William John
1964-1968 Box 7
Cohen, Jeffrey M.
1970 Box 7
Cohen, Paul Joseph
1967, 1973 Box 7
Cohen, R.
1968 Box 7
Collins, Christopher Barry
1976 Box 7
Columbia University
1974 Box 7
Compton, Arthur Holly
1957 Box 7

-- See also Series I: Compton, Betty (Mrs. Arthur Holly); Washington University

Compton, Betty (Mrs. Arthur Holly)
1965, 1974 Box 7

Compton, Arthur Holly. -- See also Series I: Compton, Arthur Holly

Condon, Edward U.
[1967]-1968 Box 7

American Association for the Advancement of Science. --See also Series I: Job Notebook (1952, 1955); Reviews of Modern Physcis, Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of

Conlon, [?]
1963 Box 7
Conniff, James C.G.
1974-1975 Box 7

-- See also Series I: Megadot, A Total Communications Enterprise

Coon, Darryl Douglas
1963 Box 7
Cooper, Duncan
1965 Box 7
Cooper, Leon N.
1962 Box 7
Coote, Nigel
1972 Box 7
Cope, Arthur C.
1965 Box 7
Cordero, Patricio
1975 Box 7
Corson, Dale Raymond
1969 Box 7
Corson, Edward M.
1957-1969, n.d. Box 7
Costa de Beauregard, Olivier
1965-1966 Box 7
Costagliola, Francesco
1973 Box 7
Courvoisier, Jacques
1972 Box 7
Courvoisier, Jean-Claude
1972, 1975 Box 7

Carter, Brandon

Cowan, Clyde
1968 Box 7
Crawford, John David
1976 Box 7
Crew, Mildred H.
1969-1973 Box 7

--See also Series I: Crew, William H.

Crew, William H.
1969-1972 Box 7

Crew, Henry; Crew, Mildred H.; --See also Series I: Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

Cronin, James Watson
1966-[1969] Box 7

-- See also Series I: Fitch, Val Logsdon

Crosby, Douglas R.
1953 Box 7
Cruser, Bobbie
1973 Box 7
Cuddy, Stephen
1974 Box 7
Curry, Carol Kay
1976, n.d. Box 7

-- See also Series I: Ambrose, Leslie

Czarnocha, Bronislaw
1969 Box 7
Dadhich, Naresh
1974 Box 7
Dahlgren, Alfred C.
1963 Box 7
Dahm, David H.
1959 Box 7
Damour, Thibaut
1974 Box 7
Danskin, John M.
1960-1972 Box 7
Dark, Dean P.
1975 Box 7
Darrow, Karl Kelchner
1967 Box 7

-- See also Series I: American Physical Society; Reviews of Modern Physics, Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of

Dashen, Roger F.
1969 Box 7

-- See also Series I: Adler, Stephen Louis

Dassault, Marcel
1967 Box 7
Davies, P. C. W.
1972 Box 7
Davis, Angela
1973 Box 7

Institute for American Strategy

Davis, Lincoln Ross
1974-1975, n.d. Box 7
Davis, Mark
1972 Box 7

DeWitt-Morette, Cecile

Davis, Michael
1974 Box 7
Davis, Raymond, Jr.
1968 Box 7
Davis, William Robert
1956-1969, 1972 Box 7

Some in German

Dawe, C. M.
1972 Box 7
Dawson, John
1972 Box 7
Dayton, Irving
1962 Box 7

Ball, Joseph A.

Debever, Robert
1968 Box 7
Debye [?]
1954 Box 7
De Camplis, William
1973 Box 7
De Felice, Fernando
1975-1976 Box 7
de Hoffmann, Frederic
1969 Box 7
Delbruck, Max
1969-[1974] Box 7
Demaret, Jacques
1971-1973 Box 7
Demianski, Marek
1973-1974 Box 7
Dempster, J. R. Hugh
1954-1965 Box 7

Freeman, [?]. -- See also Series I: Calaway, Joseph; Eisenhart, Luther P. (1957)

Dennison, David M.
1976 Box 7

Dennison, Helen

Deodikar, G. B.
1966-1967, 1974 Box 7

Urey, Harold C.

DePalma, Bruce E.
1973-1976 Box 7
Deruelle, Nathalie
1973-1975 Box 7

Ruffini, Remo. Some in French

Deser, Stanley
1962-1974 Box 7
Dessauer, Gerhard
1962, 1968-1969 Box 7

American Physical Society; E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.; Maier-Leibnitz, Heinz; Mossbauer, Rudolf; Scherrer, Paul. -- See also Series I: Wende, C. W. J. (1962)

Destouches, J. L.
1968 Box 7

Kittel, Charles; Montroll, Elliott

Detweiler, Steven
1974 Box 7
Devinney, Edward J.
n.d. Box 7
Dewan, Edmond
1961 Box 7
DeWitt, Bryce S.
1955-1976 Box 7

DeWitt-Morette, Cecile; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; -- See also Series I: Everett, Hugh III; Reviews of Modern Physics

DeWitt-Morette, Cecile
1958-1971, n.d. Box 7

Battelle Rencontres; Milford, Frederick J.; Physics Today. -- See also Series I: Davis, Mark; DeWitt, Bryce S.

Diamond, Malcolm
n.d. Box 8
Dicke, Robert Henry
1960-1976, n.d. Box 8

Battelle Development Corp.; MacDonald, Gordon (1965); Peebles, Philip James Edwin (1965); Purcell, E.M. (1970); Weber, [Joseph] (1961). -- See also Series I: Princeton University, Dept. of Physics, Growth Committee (1961-1962); Thorne, Kip S.

Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich
1963-1965 Box 8
Dieudonne, Jean A.
1967 Box 8
Dillon, Wilton Sterling
1968-1976 Box 8

Davis, Bernard

Dippolito, Paul R.
1974 Box 8
DiSessa, Andrew
n.d. Box 8
Dockx, S.
1973, 1976, n.d. Box 8
Dodd, Stuart C.
1975 Box 8
Dodson, Brian
1973 Box 8
Dodson, C. T. J.
1973-1974 Box 8
Dorsey, John M.
1976 Box 8
Doty, James Edward
1967 Box 8
Drell, Sidney David
1969, 1972 Box 8
Dresner, Lawrence
1955-1956 Box 8
Driggers, Frank E.
1970 Box 8
Dube, [?]
1973 Box 8
DuBridge, Lee A.
1968 Box 8
Dudley, H. C.
1974 Box 8
Duffield, Marian
1974 Box 8
Duncan, Ronald
1976 Box 8

-- See also Series I: Encyclopaedia of Ignorance

Duncombe, R. L.
1970 Box 8
Dunn, Seymour B.
1964 Box 8
E. I. duPont de Nemours and Company
1955-1976 Box 8

Cairns, Theodore L.; Simmons, Howard E.; Vernon, H. C. -- See also Series I: Dessauer, Gerhard

Dupree, A. Hunter
1969-1970 Box 8
Durr, Hans Peter
1967-1968 Box 8
Durzo, Frank J.
1973 Box 8
Dyson, Freeman John
1963-1975 Box 8

-- See also Series I: University of Miami, Center for Theoretical Studies

Eardley, Douglas M.
1975 Box 8
Eccles, John C. (Sir)
1975 Box 8
Eckart, Carl
1964 Box 8
Eckmann, Beno
1968 Box 8
Eden, Richard J.
1964-1965, 1973 Box 8
Edmonds, Jim
1974 Box 8
Egelstaff, [?]
1957 Box 8
Ehlers, Jurgen
1965-1966, 1970 Box 8
Eigen, Manfred
n.d. Box 8
Einstein, Albert
1913-1954 Box 8

Mach, Ernst (1913); Moffat, John (1953); Rainich, G.Y. (1925); Sargent, Robert S. (1953). -- See also Series I: Einstein, Albert (Estate of). Series VII: Einstein, A[lbert], Postcards to Paul Ehrenfest

Einstein, Albert (Estate of)
1964-1973 Box 8

Einstein, Albert; Mach, Ernst. -- See also Series I: Nathan, Otto

Einstein Papers
1971-1976 Box 8

Earman, John (1975); Holton, Gerald (1973); Nathan, Otto (1973, 1975); Princeton University Press (1971); Richards, Alan W. (1971); Stachel, John (1976); Strauss, Lewis L. (1971)

Eiseley, Loren
1969, 1975 Box 8

Princeton University Press

Eisenhart, Luther Pfahler
1930-1961 Box 8

Bargmann, V. (1957); Bochner, [?] (1957); Brill, D[ieter] (1957); Dempster, [J.R.] Hugh (1957); Euwema, R[obert Noel] (1957); Everett, Hugh III (1957); Fletcher, John (1957); Fuller, Robert (1957); Harrison, B. Kent (1957); Klauder, John (1957); Komar, Arthur (1957); Lindquist, Richard (1957); Misner, Charles W. (1957); Mjolsness, Raymond (1957); Putnam, Peter (1957); Regge, Tullio (1957); Spencer, Donald (1957); Wakano, Masami (1957); Weber, Joseph (1957); Werner, Frederick (1957)

Elton, Sam
1973 Box 8
Encyclopaedia of Ignorance
1974-1976 Box 8

Duncan, Ronald; Weston-Smith, Miranda

Engelsberg, Stanley
1964 Box 8
Eppley, Kenneth
1973-1976, n.d. Box 8

Rosenfeld, L.

Epstein, Joseph
1974 Box 8
Erber, Thomas
1971, 1973 Box 8
Eringen, A. C.
1967 Box 8
Ernst, Fred
1955, 1967, n.d. Box 8
Eshelby, J. D.
1958 Box 8
Esposito, F. Paul
1970-1971 Box 8
Euwema, Robert Noel
1956-1963, 1974-1975 Box 8

-- See also Series I: Eisenhart, Luther P. (1957)

Everett, Hugh III
1955-1957, 1965 Box 8

DeWitt, Bryce S.; Frank, Philipp G.; Lambda Corporation; Margenau, Henry; Petersen, Aage; Wiener, Norbert. -- See also Series I: Eisenhart, Luther P. (1957); Misner, Charles W. (1955)

Faddeev, Ludwig Dmitriyevich
1974, n.d. Box 8
Fairbank, Henry Alan
1969 Box 8
Fairbank, William Martin
[1959]-1971 Box 8

Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation

Family Gathering Index
1977 Box 43
Family Gathering: Letters to J. A. Wheeler
1977 5.0 Volume(s) Volume 1-5

"Students and collaborators of John Archibald Wheeler gather some recollections of their work with him, and of his influence on them and through them on their own students. Assembled with best wishes as John moves on to a new career in Texas." Bound volumes. Two separate copies comprising five volumes in total.

Fankhauser, Gerhard
1968 Box 8
Faris, [Robert E. L.]
1968, 1973 Box 8
Faris, William Guignard
1961, 1974 Box 8

Battelle Memorial Institute

Farnsworth, Harry Edward
1965 Box 8
Faulkner, [?]
1965 Box 8
Fawcett, Sherwood L.
1971 Box 8

-- See also Series I: Battelle Memorial Institute

Federbush, Paul Gerard
1957 Box 8
Feinblum, David Alan
1967-1969 Box 8
Feldman, S.
1968 Box 8
Feller, William
1960-1969 Box 8
Enrico Fermi Award. Letters of Congratulation
1968-1969 2.0 folders Box 8-9
Feshbach, Herman
1963-1969 Box 9
Feynman, Richard Phillips
1955-1976 Box 9

Weisskopf, Victor F. -- See also Series I: Misner, Charles W. (1955); Weaver, Warren

Field, George Brooks
[1968-1969] Box 9
Fierz, M.
1957, 1969 Box 9
Finkelstein, David
1956-1975 Box 9
Finkelstein, Robert J.
1974-1975 Box 9
Fireman, Ed L.
1972-1973 Box 9
Fischer, Arthur Elliot
1968-1975 Box 9
Fishbein, I. Leo
1973 Box 9
Fitch, Val Logsdon
1965-1975 Box 9

Cronin, James W. -- See also Series I: Princeton University, Department of Physics, Growth Committee (1962)

Fletcher, John G.
1957-1962 Box 9

-- See also Series I: Eisenhart, Luther P. (1957)

Fock, Vladimir A.
1956, 1965 Box 9
Foldes-Murat, Bela
1975 Box 9
Follesdal, D[agfinn]
1975 Box 9
Fong, Peter
1953-1954 Box 9
Fontani, Maria Luisa
1975 Box 9
Ford, [?]
1965 Box 9
Ford, Kenneth W.
1954-1975, n.d. Box 9

Brill, Dieter R.; Brower, Helen; Perlich, Elise; Petschek, Albert G.; Schweber, Silvan Sam

Ford, Lawrence Howard
1971-1976 Box 9

Ohanian, Hans (1976); Parker, Leonard (1976)

Ford Foundation
1959 Box 9

Stone, Sheperd; -- See also Series I: Niels Bohr Institute

Forman, Paul L.
1973 Box 9

Princeton University Press

Fosdick, Dorothy "Dickie"
1968-1976 Box 9