SIA RU007091, Science Service, Records, circa 1910-1963

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Summary

Creator:
Science Service
Title:
Records, circa 1910-1963
Dates:
1910, 1910-1963, circa 1910-1963
Notes:
Science Service was established in 1920 through the efforts of E. W. Scripps in collaboration with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), and the National Research Council (NRC). In 1919 Scripps had established the American Society for the Dissemination of Science. Unknown to Scripps, the three major scientific organizations were trying to agree on a format and establish a popular science journal. In 1920 Scripps met with representatives of the AAAS, NAS, and NRC in an attempt to pool resources. Out of that meeting came Science Service, a news service designed to popularize science and to disseminate scientific knowledge
Edwin E. Slosson (1865-1929), chemist, journalist, and editor of the Independent, was appointed first Editor of Science Service in 1921, a post he held until his death
Watson Davis (1896-1967) was appointed Managing Editor of Science Service in 1921, and became Editor of the Science News Letter in 1922. After Slosson's death, Davis assumed the duties of Director, 1933-
Summary:
This record unit consists of records documenting the daily activities of Science Service and the professional activities Edwin E. Slosson and Watson Davis
Restrictions:
(1) Arrangement may change; (2) use of this record unit requires prior arrangement with the Archives staff
Topics:
Journalism, Scientific, Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association)
Subjects:
Davis, Watson, Rasmussen, Knud 1879-1933, Slosson, Edwin Emery 1865-1929, Scripps, E. W (Edward Willis) 1854-1926, American Society for the Dissemination of Science, Science Service, American Documentation Institute, Rockefeller Foundation, UNESCO, Columbia Broadcasting System, inc, National Inventors Council (U.S.), American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), National Research Council (U.S.), Knud Rasmussen Expedition (1920)
Form/Genre:
Photographs, Collection descriptions
Local Number:
SIA RU007091
Physical Description:
87.8 linear meters

Finding Aids to Personal Papers and Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives

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Record Unit 7091

Science Service

Records, 1902-1965

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Science Service
Title: Records
Dates: 1902-1965
Quantity: 87.8 linear meters.
Collection: Record Unit 7091
Language of Materials: English

Historical Note

Science Service, a not-for-profit institution founded to increase and improve the public dissemination of scientific and technical information, began its work in 1921. Although initially intended as a news service, Science Service produced an extensive array of news features, radio programs, motion pictures, phonograph records, and demonstration kits and it also engaged in various educational, translation, and research activities. It later became Science Service, Inc., an organization that publishes Science News and promotes science education. On January 10, 2008 Science Service was renamed Society for Science & the Public (SSP).

Record Unit 7091 contains correspondence and other material related to Science Service, from just before its establishment through 1963, including the editorial correspondence of the first two directors and senior staff.

The inspiration for such an organization developed during conversations between newspaper publisher E.W. Scripps (1854-1926) and zoologist William E. Ritter (1856-1944), who headed the Scripps-funded oceanographic institute in California. "Document A - The American Society for the Dissemination of Science," dictated by E. W. Scripps on March 5, 1919 (see Box 1, Folder 1), declared that the "first aim of this [proposed] institution should be just the reverse of what is called propaganda." Scripps believed that it should not support partisan causes, including those of any particular scientific group or discipline, but should instead develop ways to "present facts in readable and interesting form..." (p. 3). Scripps and Ritter held meetings throughout the United States to solicit ideas and support from scientists. By 1920, they had concluded that the best way to improve the popularization of science would be to create an independent, non-commercial news service with close ties to, but not operated by, the scientific community. The scientists would lend credibility to the organization's work, help to ensure accuracy, and project an image of authority.

Scripps supplied an initial donation of $30,000 per year from 1921 until his death in 1926. His will placed $500,000 in trust for Science Service and provided a continuing endowment until the trust was dissolved in 1956.

Science Service did not provide all its services for free. Scripps believed that the news service would be more valued by its clients - and would better reflect their needs and professional standards - if it charged a fair price for its products. As a result, the history of the organization is one of continual innovation, as the staff developed and marketed new syndicated features, wrote articles and books for other publishers on commission, and re-wrote each basic news story for multiple markets.

From the beginning, Science Service was guided by a 15-member board of trustees composed of two groups: prominent scientists nominated by the National Academy of Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Smithsonian Institution, and newspaper editors or executives nominated by the Scripps-Howard organization or the Scripps family trust. William E. Ritter served as the first president of the board of trustees. Such scientists as J. McKeen Cattell, Edwin G. Conklin, Harlow Shapley, and Leonard Carmichael (the seventh Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution) succeeded him over the next four decades.

During the summer of 1920, Ritter began negotiations with Edwin E. Slosson (1865-1929), a well-known chemist and popularizer. Slosson had taught at the University of Wyoming for thirteen years until moving to New York to become the literary editor of The Independent. He began work as the head of Science Service in January 1921.

The first public announcement of the creation of Science Service appeared in Science, April 8, 1921, pp. 321-323. The first meeting of the trustees was held on May 20, 1921; the Science Service trust was set up July 22, 1921; and the not-for-profit organization was incorporated in the state of Delaware on November 1, 1921.

In 1921, Howard Wheeler, former editor of the San Francisco Daily News, was hired as the business manager. Watson Davis (1896-1967), a civil engineer who had been working at the National Bureau of Standards and writing science features for a Washington, D.C., newspaper, was hired as principal writer. In 1923, Wheeler was fired; Slosson (whose title had been "Editor") was named Director; and Davis was promoted to managing editor.

Throughout the 1920s, Davis built the news service through the "Daily Science News Bulletin," which later became the syndicated "Daily Mail Report" sold to newspapers around the country. He developed a local radio program and script service ("Science News of the Week"), coordinated a project to produce phonograph records, and assembled a skilled staff to handle reporting, circulation, production, sales, advertising, and accounting. Davis also edited the organization's most successful product, Science News Letter (titled Science News Bulletin, April 2, 1921-March 1922, and Science News-Letter, March 1922-October 1930).

After Slosson's death on October 15, 1929, the trustees favored replacing him with another scientist. Davis lobbied for the position but remained as managing editor until he was finally appointed director in 1933. He guided the organization until his retirement in 1966.

From 1921-1924, the editorial offices were located in offices rented by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in Washington. When the NAS moved to its own building at 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W., in April 1924, Science Service acquired space there. As World War II began, space became precious at the NAS headquarters. In spring 1941, Science Service purchased its own building at 1719 N Street, N.W., to house its expanding operations and staff.

Between 1921-1963, Davis and senior writers such as Frank Thone, James Stokley, Jane Stafford, and Marjorie Van de Water interviewed hundreds of scientists and engineers, and wrote thousands of articles, often maintaining a lively correspondence with their sources. Thone, a botanist with a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, worked for the organization from 1924 until his death in 1949, covering both the Scopes trial and the atomic tests at Bikini Atoll; astronomer Stokley joined the group in 1925 and continued to write the "Star Map" feature even after he went to work for the Franklin Institute and for General Electric. Stafford, one of the founding members of the National Association of Science Writers, covered medicine and biology for Science Service from 1928 to 1956. Van de Water covered psychology and related topics from 1929 through the 1960s. Other members of the Davis family also assisted in the operations, including Watson's wife, the chemist Helen Miles Davis (1896-1957), who edited Chemistry from 1944, when it was acquired by Science Service, until shortly before her death. Watson's brother Fremont Davis served as the organization's photographer.

Science Service also depended on an extensive network of part-time correspondents, or "stringers," in the United States, Europe, and Asia, to provide information and photographs. Most of these contributors were graduate students, young professors, or schoolteachers. By the mid-1930s, Science Service was dispensing small fees (under $10.00) for over 500 short news items and illustrations annually. The staff was also answering hundreds of letters each year from readers of all age who were curious about science in general or had specific questions about a subject mentioned in the news. The correspondence with these people afford a rich resource for social and cultural historians.

In addition to sending its writers to participate in expeditions, Science Service established projects to collect scientific data, such as seismological information and ursigrams, and to compile weekly astronomical and meteorological charts. They also initiated a "Scientific Minute Men" project in which a network of archeologists and other scientists were authorized to wire Science Service at no charge.

The activities of the staff and organization were wide-ranging and reflect the breadth of science and scientific concerns during the twentieth century. Slosson and Davis were involved extensively with groups like the American Association for the Advancement of Science, British Association for the Advancement of Science, Sigma Xi, and American Eugenics Society, and the staff writers covered dozens of scientific meetings every year, sometimes serving as officers of those associations. Davis was a major participant in the National Inventors Council and served on dozens of advisory committees for scientific laboratories and universities, and national and international government agencies. With Alexander Gode, Davis worked to promote acceptance of Interlingua, an international scientific language. One of the organization's most lasting contributions was to science education, through its sponsorship of Science Clubs of America, National Science Fairs, the Science Talent Search, and informal teaching units called "THINGS of Science." Science Service also sponsored early innovation in microphotography, established a Documentation Division and a Bibliofilm Service, and helped to found the American Documentation Institute.

For the first four decades of its existence, however, the central mission remained science journalism. As Davis wrote in 1960, Science Service strived from the beginning to convince both publishers and scientists that "science is news, good news, news that can compete, from a circulation standpoint, with crime, politics, human comedy and pathos, and the conventional array of news and features" and that science "could be written popularly so as to be accurate in fact and implication and yet be good reading in newspaper columns" (Watson Davis, "The Rise of Science Understanding," 1960, Box 368, Folder 2). These records will help historians to understand better the processes of negotiation, adjustment, and innovation which created that news. - Marcel C. LaFollette

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Introduction

The bulk of this collection was processed by Jane Livermore, a devoted and tireless volunteer in the Smithsonian Institution Archives between 1995 and 2004. Livermore is a former Science Service employee. She worked in the organization's library, oversaw the educational project "THINGS of Science," and served as Assistant to the Director. The Archives wishes to thank Ms. Livermore for her excellent work on this collection.

Many others have assisted on this project. SIA also thanks Helen Shade, Program Assistant in the Archives Division, who helped create folder listings for many of the later series in this record unit. SIA is especially indebted to historian Marcel C. LaFollette, who has conducted extensive research in this collection, written a historical summary for this guide, and whose findings in these records have generated excitement both within the Archives and among professional colleagues. SIA could not have created this finding aid without Dr. LaFollette's contributions, annotations, and insights.

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Descriptive Entry

Record Unit 7091 contains: correspondence and telegrams; drafts and final versions of articles, books, and radio scripts; staff notes and interoffice correspondence; published material such as pamphlets and news clippings; photographs and drawings; advertisements and trade literature; and other ephemera related to science news coverage and publishing.

This record unit is one of the largest single collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives (SIA). There are several related collections in SIA (see Accessions 01-122, 01-243, 04-042, 90-068, 90-105, 93-019, and 97-020 (see also the National Air and Space Museum; the National Museum of American History, including the Archives Center and collections in agriculture and mining, chemistry, costume, engineering, electricity, medical sciences, military history, modern physics, and photographic history; the National Museum of Natural History; and the National Portrait Gallery).

The arrangement of RU 7091 reflects the eclectic nature of an active news organization that was reactive to current events and discoveries, in touch with a worldwide network of researchers, and concerned about accuracy. In 1960, the organization's educational director described their records in this way: "... Science Service has been distributing science news for 40 years. During that time we have been in touch with practically all the major scientists and the developments which were taking place. Since all of our material has to have full authentification, we have built up a mass of files" (Letter from Frederick A. Indorf to Joseph C. Shipman, October 24, 1960, Box 350, Folder 13). This "mass of files" also included two extensive "morgues" that contained back-up material, information, and photographs that could be used in future stories. The informational "morgue" files were organized according to the Library of Congress classification scheme. A few of these files are in RU 7091 (see Series 7); more extensive collections are located in SIA Accessions 01-122, 01-243, 90-068, 90-105, and 93-019 and in curatorial collections in Smithsonian Institution museums. A major portion of the biographical "morgue," containing photographs and information about scientists, engineers, and other public figures, is in SIA Accession 90-105.

Editorial correspondence with news sources was usually filed in the general correspondence files of Series 1 - 5. Some was also filed with the resulting story for the Daily Mail Report (see Series 8) or with other back-up in a morgue file. Correspondence with scientists and engineers who appeared on the Science Service radio programs may also be found in the radio program files (see Series 10). Audiotapes of some broadcasts are in Series 20, SIA Accession 04-042, and in the NMAH Archives Center collection (Call # ACNNMAH0223).

Most folders in RU 7091 retain the original folder's title. This finding aid uses edited descriptions and additional notes to assist researchers in navigating through the record unit. Most correspondence was filed by the date and the last name of correspondent, but documents were sometimes filed alphabetically according to a topic or by the name of an individual's affiliation.

The topics covered in RU 7091 include all fields of science and engineering, theoretical physics to bridge construction techniques, wildlife conservation to plastics and paints. There is considerable attention to social and economic issues and to military research and censorship during World War II. The staff visited museums, observatories, industrial test facilities, and military installations; they reported on most of the major scientific events of the time, including the Scopes trial. During the 1930s and 1940s, Science Service purchased news and photographs from official U.S.S.R. news offices and also supported efforts to interact with Soviet scientists. There were attempts to establish branch operations in England and France and to encourage science popularization and education in Mexico.

Correspondents include trustees, news sources, publishers, writers, and business clients. Most inquiries from readers or listeners were answered and filed with regular editorial correspondence. "Taffy" is the term Science Service used for complimentary correspondence; it is often filed separately. Series 5 also contains manuscripts and letters from scientists and non-scientists who were convinced they had discovered, proved, or understood a new scientific principle or insight - or else could save humanity from foreseeable destruction.

Frequent correspondents among the trustees included: C.G. Abbot, Edward U. Condon, Rene J. Dubos, Frank R. Ford, George Ellery Hale, Ross G. Harrison, Harrison E. Howe, W.H. Howell, Vernon Kellogg, Karl Lark-Horovitz, D.T. MacDougal, Kirtley F. Mather, John C. Merriam, Robert A. Millikan, Raymond Pearl, Marlen E. Pew, Michael I. Pupin, I.I. Rabi, Charles Edward Scripps, Robert P. Scripps, Paul B. Sears, Thomas L. Sidlo, Harry L. Smithton, Mark Sullivan, Warren S. Thompson, Henry B. Ward, Alexander Wetmore, David White, William Allen White, and Robert M. Yerkes.

Other notable writers, scientists, and public figures include: William Beebe, Hans A. Bethe, Charles Bittinger, Howard W. Blakeslee, Edwin G. Boring, Bart J. Bok, Gregory and Marjorie Breit, P.W. Bridgman, Wilfred Swancourt Bronson, Rachel Carson, George Washington Carver, Morris L. Cooke, Clarence Darrow, Frances Densmore, Thomas A. Edison, Enrico Fermi, Henry Field, George Gamow, Eugene Garfield, Robert H. Goddard, Peter C. Goldmark, Hamilton Holt, J. Edgar Hoover, Julian S. Huxley, Louis M. Lyons, Margaret Mead, Merrill Moore, Edward R. Murrow, H.H. Nininger, Henry Fairfield Osborn, Gifford Pinchot, James A. Reyniers, J.B. Rhine, Walter Orr Roberts, M. Lincoln Schuster, John T. Scopes, Glenn T. Seaborg, Gilbert Seldes, Elizabeth Sidney Semmens, Upton Sinclair, Otto Struve, Elihu Thomson, Harold C. Urey, Mark Van Doren, Selman A. Waksman, Henry A. Wallace, Warren Weaver, H.G. Wells, and Gaylord Wilshire.

RU 7091 contains extensive records of the transactions with temporary correspondents and photographers, notes on the article titles and amounts paid, as well as correspondence discussing particular scientific events and, during the 1930s and 1940s, the situation in Europe. Among the active European correspondents were Maxim Bing in Switzerland, Victor Cofman in England, and Theodor G. Ahrens, Hans F. Kutschbach, and Gabrielle Rabel in Germany.

Researchers interested in the history of American publishing, journalism, advertising, and public relations will find extensive correspondence with professionals in those fields. Newspaper Enterprise Association, or "NEA Service," was a news syndicate established by the Scripps organization in 1909, to which Science Service sold articles and feature series. They also marketed articles and photographs to publications like Life and Reader's Digest. There is considerable correspondence with the editors about topic selection and why particular stories were rejected.

Science Service staff used special abbreviations in their interoffice correspondence. Starting in the 1930s, small name and date stamps were also used to record or acknowledge all correspondence and notes. Abbreviations were written in all capital letters as well as in initial cap form (e.g., Watson Davis was "WD" as well as Wd"). Here is a partial list of abbreviations that appear frequently in RU 7091:

ACM = A.C. Monahan

An = Anne Shiveley, secretary to Watson Davis

Ba = Howard Bandy, treasurer

Be = Miriam Bender, office staff

DGL = Donald G. Loomis, assistant treasurer

Do = Dorothy Reynolds, secretary to Watson Davis

Ed = Emily C. Davis (sometimes written as "ECD")

En = Leonard Engel

Ew = Ann Ewing

Fa = Bob Farr

FD = Fremont Davis

Fl = Margaret Fleming

Fr = Violet Frye

Gi = Minna Gill, librarian

Hd = Helen Miles Davis

Hj = Hallie Jenkins, sales manager

Ho = Janet Howard

HW = Howard Wheeler, business manager

JWY = J.W. Young

Js = James Stokley

Kl = Fred Kline, list room

Kr = Joseph Kraus, science youth programs

Md = Marjorie MacDill (Breit); in 1928, Jane Stafford became the medical editor and used these initials from 1928-1936

Mg = Mary McGrath, secretary to Watson Davis

Ml = Bernice Maldondo

Mm = Martha G. Morrow

Mn = Minna Hewes

Mo = Morton Mott-Smith

Ot = Frances Ottemiller

Pd = Phillippa Duckworth, secretary to E.E. Slosson

Ps = Page Secrest

Pt = Robert Potter

Ri = William E. Ritter

RLI = Ronald L. Ives, photograph editor

RNF = Robert N. Farr

Ro = Ron Ross

Sl = E.E. Slosson

St = Jane Stafford, after 1936

Th = Frank Thone

Vn = Marjorie Van de Water

Wd = Watson Davis

We = Margaret Weil

Wi = Austin Winant

Interoffice correspondence in the 1920s also used these abbreviations: Bk = bookkeeper; Cr = circulation; Fl = File; Lb = library or library files; Mr = mailroom; Rt = retail files; Sa = sales department; Tp = typing department; Wb = wastebasket.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7091, Science Service, Records

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Container List

Series 1

ORGANIZATION AND INCORPORATION OF SCIENCE SERVICE, MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, AND RELATED CORRESPONDENCE, 1919-1943.

Box 1

Folder 1 Science Service - Organization of 1919

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Folder 2 Science Service - Organization of 1920 and 1921. Includes E.E. Slosson's "Notes of a Talk to Trustees of Science Service" and material relating to motion picture project.

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Folder 3 Science Service - Organization of 1921

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Folder 4 Science Service - Organization of 1921- Certification of Incorporation

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Folder 5 Science Service - Organization, Certification of Incorporation, and additional regulations amended to May 1, 1954

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Folder 6 Dr. Ritter's personal file. Correspondence of William E. Ritter as President of the Board of Trustees.

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Folder 7 Estimate of expenditures and receipts for year ending July 1, 1922

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Folder 8 Executive Committee - general correspondence

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Folder 9 Trustees meeting, April 27, 1922

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Folder 10 Executive Committee correspondence, 1923

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Folder 11 Trustees correspondence, 1923

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Folder 12 Executive Committee correspondence and annual meeting, 1924

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Box 2

Folder 1 Executive Committee correspondence, 1925

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Folder 2 Executive Committee correspondence, 1926

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Folder 3 Tax Exemption Status correspondence, 1926. Includes a history of the founding of Science Service.

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Folder 4 Executive Committee correspondence, 1927

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Folder 5 Executive Committee correspondence, 1928

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Folder 6 Executive Committee correspondence, 1929

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Folder 7 Trustees' comments on annual report, 1929

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Folder 8 Executive Committee correspondence, 1930

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Folder 9 Information memoranda to trustees, 1930

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Folder 10 Executive Committee correspondence, 1931

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Folder 11 Executive Committee correspondence and annual meeting, 1931

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Folder 12 Science Service Trustees correspondence, 1930-1931

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Folder 13 Information memoranda to trustees, 1931

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Box 3

Folder 1 Executive Committee correspondence, 1932

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Folder 2 Annual meeting of trustees, April 28, 1932

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Folder 3 Information memoranda to trustees, 1932

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Folder 4 Executive Committee correspondence, 1933

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Folder 5 Information memoranda to trustees, 1933

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Folder 6 Executive Committee correspondence, 1934

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Folder 7 Information memoranda to trustees, 1934

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Folder 8 Executive Committee correspondence, 1935

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Folder 9 Information memoranda to trustees, 1935

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Folder 10 Revised Articles of Incorporation, By-laws of Science Service, October 1, 1935

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Box 4

Folder 1 Executive Committee correspondence, 1936

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Folder 2 Information memoranda to trustees, 1936

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Folder 3 Executive Committee correspondence, 1937

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Folder 4 Information memoranda to trustees, 1937

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Folder 5 Executive Committee correspondence, 1938

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Folder 6 Information memoranda to trustees, 1938

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Folder 7 Executive Committee correspondence, 1939

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Folder 8 Information memoranda to trustees, 1939

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Box 5

Folder 1 Executive Committee correspondence, 1940

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Folder 2 Information memoranda to trustees, 1940

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Folder 3 Executive Committee correspondence, 1941

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Folder 4 Information memorandum to trustees, 1941. Information on purchase and renovation of Science Service building at 1719 N Street, N. W., in Washington.

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Folder 5 Annual meeting of trustees, May 1, 1941

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Folder 6 Executive Committee correspondence, 1942

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Folder 7 Information memorandum to trustees, 1942

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Folder 8 Annual meeting of trustees, April 30, 1942

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Folder 9 Executive Committee correspondence and information memorandum to trustees, 1943

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Series 2

CORRESPONDENCE OF THE DIRECTOR (EDWIN E. SLOSSON) AND SENIOR STAFF OF SCIENCE SERVICE, 1920-1929.

This series contains primarily the correspondence of Edwin E. Slosson, from January 1921 until his death in October 1929; it also includes correspondence and documents relating to all staff activities, and to the formation of Science Service.

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Folder 1 Correspondence A, January - April 1921

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Folder 2 Correspondence A, April - December 1921

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Folder 3 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 1921

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Folder 4 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 1921, Section B - Physics

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Folder 5 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 1921, Section C - Chemistry

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Folder 6 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 1921, Section E - Geology and Geography

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Folder 7 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 1921, Section F - Biological Sciences

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Folder 8 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 1921, Section G - Botany

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Folder 9 The American Boy, 1921

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Folder 10 American Philosophical Society meeting, 1921

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Folder 11 Applications for positions, 1921

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Folder 12 Armament Conference, 1921

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Folder 13 Articles in request, 1920-1921

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Folder 14 Correspondence B, January - April 1921

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Box 7

Folder 1 Correspondence C, 1921. Correspondents include George Washington Carver.

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Folder 2 Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1920-1921

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Folder 3 Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1921

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Folder 4 Correspondence D, January - April 1921

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Folder 5 Correspondence D, April - December 1921. Includes photographs of Bolling Memorial Redwood Grove, Eureka, California.

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Folder 6 Correspondence E, 1921

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Folder 7 Ecological Society of America, 1921

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Folder 1 Correspondence F, 1921. Correspondents include W.S. Franklin.

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Folder 2 Correspondence G, 1921. Correspondents include Harvey S. Wiley.

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Folder 3 John Goldstrom, 1921-1922. Includes advertisements for Aeroshroud thrust regulator.

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Folder 4 Correspondence H, January - April 1921. Correspondents include Bernhard C. Hesse and George G. Heye.

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Folder 5 Correspondence H, April - December 1921. Correspondents include T. Swann Harding, H.E. Howe, and Woods Hutchinson.

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Folder 6 The Independent, 1921. Correspondents include Hamilton Holt.

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Folder 7 Correspondence J, 1921

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Folder 8 Joseph Jastrow, 1921

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Box 9

Folder 1 Correspondence K, 1921. Correspondents include Vernon Kellogg and William C. Wells.

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Folder 2 Correspondence L, 1921, part 1 of 2. Correspondents include Jacques Loeb.

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Folder 3 Correspondence L, 1921, part 2 of 2. Correspondents include Sir Oliver Lodge.

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Folder 4 Correspondence M, January - July 1921. Includes Robert A. Millikan's comments about Marie Curie.

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Folder 5 Correspondence M, August - December 1921

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mc, 1921. Correspondents include S.S. McClure.

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Folder 7 Correspondence - motion pictures, 1921

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Folder 8 Mount Wilson Observatory, 1921. Correspondents include George Ellery Hale.

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Box 10

Folder 1 Correspondence N, 1921. Correspondents include Carl Van Doren.

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Folder 2 National Geographic Society, 1921

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Folder 3 New York State Museum, 1921

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Folder 4 New York Zoological Park, 1921

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Folder 5 Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1921. Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA) was a news syndicate established by the Scripps organization in 1909 and to which Science Service regularly sold articles and feature series.

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1921

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Folder 7 Correspondence P, 1921, part 1 of 2

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Folder 8 Correspondence P, 1921, part 2 of 2. Correspondence Q for 1921 is missing.

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Folder 9 Prince of Monaco, 1921. Coverage of his visit to Washington, D.C., and speech to the scientific community.

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Box 11

Folder 1 Correspondence R, 1921

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Folder 2 Radio, 1921-1923, part 1 of 2

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Folder 3 Radio, 1921-1923, part 2 of 2

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Folder 4 Radio sets, 1922

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Folder 5 Requests for information, 1921

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Folder 6 Correspondence S, January - March 1921

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Box 12

Folder 1 Correspondence S, April - June 1921. Correspondents include E.W. Scripps and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sa - Sc, July - December 1921. Correspondents include J. McKeen Cattell; includes W. S. Franklin manuscript on "The Science of Golf."

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Folder 3 Correspondence Se - Sy, July - December 1921. Correspondents include E.W. Scripps and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 4 Correspondence - Science, 1921

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Folder 5 Science Service editorial advisory board

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Folder 6 Science Service office memos and vouchers, 1921-1923

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Folder 7 Science Service releases, 1921

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Folder 8 Science Service requisitions for supplies, 1921

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Folder 9 Correspondence - Smithsonian Institution, 1921

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Folder 10 Special Libraries Association lecture, 1921. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Bureau of Standards, 1921

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Box 13

Folder 1 Correspondence T, 1921. Correspondents include Charles Fitzhugh Talman and J. Arthur Thomson.

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Folder 2 Correspondence telegrams, 1921

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Folder 3 Correspondence U, 1921. Correspondents include James H. Brestead.

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Folder 4 United Feature Syndicate, 1921. Material produced by Science Service for the syndicate.

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Folder 5 Correspondence V, 1921. Correspondents include Mark Van Doren.

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Folder 6 Correspondence W, January - June 1921. Correspondents include Harvey W. Wiley and Gaylord Wilshire.

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Folder 7 Correspondence W, July - December 1921

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Box 14

Folder 1 Washington Academy of Sciences, 1921. Correspondents include H.A. Brouwer; includes photograph of Brouwer.

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Folder 2 Howard Wheeler - general file, 1921. Includes E.E. Slosson's "Report to Trustees" and Howard Wheeler's "Report of Manager of Science Service," June 1921.

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Folder 3 Howard Wheeler - personal, 1921. Correspondents include Frederic Dorr Steele.

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Folder 4 Correspondence X - Z, 1921. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 5 Bulletin, 1922

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Folder 6 Correspondence H, 1922. Correspondents include George Ellery Hale, Alfred Harcourt, and Rollin Lynde Hartt. Correspondence A - G and I - K for 1922 is missing.

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Folder 7 Julian Huxley, 1921-1922

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Folder 8 Correspondence L, 1922. Correspondence M - Z for 1922 is missing.

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Folder 1 Scientific societies. Lists of officers and activities in 1922.

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Folder 2 Vocational information, 1922

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Folder 3 Correspondence A, 1923

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Folder 4 American Association for the Advancement of Science - Pacific and Southwestern Division meetings, September 1923

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Folder 5 American Philosophical Society, 1923

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Folder 6 Correspondence B, 1923, part 1 of 2

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Folder 7 Correspondence B, 1923, part 2 of 2

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Folder 8 Australia/Pan-Pacific Science Conference, 1923

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Folder 1 Correspondence C, 1923, part 1 of 2. Correspondents include Glenn Frank and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 2 Correspondence C, 1923, part 2 of 2

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Folder 3 Caldwell book, 1922-1923, part 1 of 2. Correspondents and drafts for Science Remaking the World, edited by Otis W. Caldwell and E.E. Slosson.

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Folder 4 Caldwell book, 1922-1923, part 2 of 2. Correspondents include Lyman Beecher Stowe.

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Folder 5 J. McKeen Cattell, 1923

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Folder 6 Century Company, 1923

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Folder 7 Chats on Science, 1923. Includes manuscript copies of Slosson columns.

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Folder 8 Country Gentleman, 1923

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Folder 1 Correspondence D, 1923. Correspondents include Lee De Forest, Frances Densmore, June Downey, and Lyman Beecher Stowe.

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Folder 2 Correspondence E, 1923

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Folder 3 Eclipse, September 1923. Correspondence relating to E.E. Slosson's participation in observation of a solar eclipse.

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Folder 4 Editorial staff, 1921-1923

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Folder 5 Correspondence F, 1923. Correspondents include David Fairchild and E.E. Free.

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Folder 6 Correspondence G, 1923. Correspondents include Edwin F. Gay, Charles W. Gilmore, Kenneth M. Gould, and Benjamin C. Gruenberg.

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Folder 7 Gothenburg Exposition, 1923. Correspondence relating to E.E. Slosson's trip to Sweden to attend the Tercentenary Exposition.

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Folder 8 Correspondence H, 1923. Correspondents include Frederick Lewis Allen, Ellwood Hendrick, S.J. Holmes, and Julian S. Huxley; includes advertisements for Walter Camp's "Health Builder."

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Folder 1 Historical chart for Progress of Science, 1923. Correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell and Willis R. Whitney.

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Folder 2 Hygeia, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Victor C. Vaughan.

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Folder 3 Correspondence I, 1923. Correspondents include George Iles, Wickliffe Rose, and Institute of International Education.

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Folder 4 The Independent, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Correspondence J, 1923. Correspondents include Joseph Jastrow and David Starr Jordan.

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Folder 7 Correspondence K, 1923. Correspondents include E.G. Conklin, Fred C. Kelly, Alfred Korzybski, Herbert V. Neal, and Thomas H. Morgan; includes discussion of the controversy surrounding Paul Kammerer's research.

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Folder 8 Correspondence L, 1923. Correspondents include Edwin Herbert Lewis, W. Lee Lewis, Sir Oliver Lodge, and Matthew Luckiesh.

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Folder 9 Lecture tour, February - March 1922

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Folder 10 Lecture engagements, 1923

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Folder 11 Lectures, 1923. Includes promotional brochures for Slosson books.

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Folder 12 Lectures - Emmerich Bureau, 1923-1924. Emmerich began to manage E.E. Slosson's lecture tours in 1923.

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Folder 1 Lectures - finished, 1922-1924. Includes contracts.

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Folder 2 Lectures - old, 1922-1924. Includes Slosson's lecture notes.

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Folder 3 Correspondence M, 1923, 1 of 2. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal, John C. Merriam, Robert A. Millikan, and Carl S. Miner.

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Folder 4 Correspondence M, 1923, 2 of 2. Correspondents include H.L. Mencken, Cleveland Moffett, Edward LeRoy Moore, and Thomas H. Morgan.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mc, 1923. Correspondents include Milton A. McCrae.

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Folder 6 The MacMillan Company, 1921-1925, part 1 of 2

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Folder 7 The MacMillan Company, 1921-1925, part 2 of 2

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Folder 8 William M. Mann, 1922-1923. Photographs and Mann's "A Polyglot Cannibal Land" were transferred to Smithsonian Institution Archives Record Unit 7293, Box 8, Folder 16.

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Folder 1 Correspondence N, 1923. Correspondents include W.A. Noyes.

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Folder 2 National Academy of Sciences, 1923

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Folder 3 National Research Council, 1923. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 4 Nobel Prize, 1914-1922

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Folder 5 Correspondence O, 1923

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Folder 6 Correspondence P, 1923

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Folder 7 Popular Science Monthly, 1922-1924. Correspondents include Matthew Luckiesh.

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Folder 8 Correspondence R, 1923

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Folder 9 William E. Ritter, 1923. Includes information on Science Service activities in 1923.

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Folder 10 Correspondence S, 1923

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Folder 11 Science Service taffy file, 1923. "Taffy" is the term Science Service used for complimentary correspondence.

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Folder 12 Sigma Xi, 1923. E. E. Slosson was president of the organization.

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Folder 1 Statistics, 1923

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Folder 2 Correspondence T, 1923. Correspondents include Warren S. Thompson.

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Folder 3 Correspondence U, 1923

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Folder 4 Correspondence V, 1923. Correspondents include Walter B. Veazie.

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Folder 5 Correspondence W, 1923. Correspondents include Tarkington Baker and Workers Education Bureau.

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Folder 6 Wistar Institute, 1923

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Folder 7 General Federation of Women's Clubs

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Folder 8 The World's Work, 1922-1923. Includes advertisements for Frigidaire.

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Folder 9 Correspondence X - Z, 1923. Correspondents include Frederick Lewis Allen, Robert M. Yerkes, and Raphael Zon.

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Folder 10 Correspondence A, January - June 1924. Correspondents include Isaiah Bowman and H.L. Mencken.

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Folder 11 Correspondence B, January - June 1924. Correspondents include L.H. Baekeland, Isaiah Bowman, W.O. Brigstocke, and Martha Bunting.

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Folder 1 Correspondence C, January - June 1924

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Folder 2 Beverly L. Clarke, 1924-1926

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Folder 3 Correspondence D, January - June 1924

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Folder 4 Correspondence E - F, January - June 1924

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Folder 5 Correspondence G, January - June 1924

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Folder 6 Correspondence H - J, January - June 1924

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Folder 7 Correspondence K, January - June 1924

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Folder 8 Correspondence L, January - June 1924

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mc - M, January - June 1924

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Folder 2 MacMillan Company, 1922-1924. Correspondents include C.G. Abbot.

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Folder 3 Correspondence N - O, January - June 1924. Correspondents include Bruce Bliven.

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Folder 4 Correspondence P - Q, January - June 1924

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Folder 5 Correspondence R, January - June 1924

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Folder 6 Correspondence S, January - June 1924, part 1 of 2

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Folder 7 Correspondence S, January - June 1924, part 2 of 2

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Folder 1 Correspondence T - V, January - June 1924

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Folder 2 Correspondence W, January - June 1924

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Folder 3 Correspondence X - Z, January - June 1924

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Folder 4 Correspondence A, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 5 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 19, 1924 - January 3, 1925 - correspondence

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Folder 6 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 19, 1924 - January 3, 1925 - programs

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Folder 7 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December 19, 1924 - January 3, 1925 - news coverage

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Folder 1 Correspondence B, July 1924 - June 1925, part 1 of 2

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Folder 2 Correspondence B, July 1924 - June 1925, part 2 of 2

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Folder 3 James H. Breasted

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Folder 4 British Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, August 1924

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Folder 5 Correspondence C, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 6 University of Chicago, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 7 F.E. Compton and Company, July - August 1924

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Folder 8 Ida C. Clarke - Pictorial Review prize

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Folder 9 Crossword puzzles, Spring 1925

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Folder 10 Thomas Y. Crowell, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 1 Correspondence D, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 2 Correspondence E, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 3 Correspondence F, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 4 Correspondence G, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 5 Correspondence H, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 6 Correspondence I, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 7 Correspondence J, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 8 Correspondence K, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 9 Correspondence L, July 1924 - June 1925. Correspondents include Arthur D. Little.

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Folder 10 Correspondence - lectures, 1924

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Folder 1 Correspondence - lecture opportunities, March 1925 - September 1925, part 1 of 2

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Folder 2 Correspondence - lecture opportunities, March 1925 - September 1925, part 2 of 2

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Folder 3 Correspondence M, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mc, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 5 Correspondence N, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 7 Correspondence P, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 8 Correspondence Q, July 1924 - June 1925. Files for correspondence R - Y, July 1924 - June 1925, are located in RU 7091, Series 5, Box 366.

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Folder 9 Samples of Science News Bulletin, March 1925

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Folder 10 Correspondence V, July 1924 - June 1925

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Folder 11 Correspondence A, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 12 Argus Press Clipping Bureau, 1925 - 1926

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Folder 13 Correspondence B, July 1925 - June 1926. Correspondents include Charles A. Beard.

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Box 28

Folder 1 Correspondence C, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 2 Correspondence D, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 3 Correspondence E, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 4 Correspondence F, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 5 The Forum, 1925

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Folder 6 Correspondence G, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 7 The Grolier Society, 1925

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Folder 8 Correspondence H, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 9 Correspondence I, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 10 The Independent, 1924-1926

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Folder 11 Independent Corporation, 1925-1926

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Folder 12 Correspondence J, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 13 Correspondence K, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 14 Correspondence L, July 1925 - June 1926

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Box 29

Folder 1 Lectures, 1925-1926

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Folder 2 Lectures, July - December 1925

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Folder 3 Lectures, January - June 1926

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Folder 4 Lectures - opportunities, 1925-1926

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Folder 5 Correspondence M, July 1925 - June 1926. Correspondents include John T. Merriam and William A. Murrill.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mc, July 1925 - June 1926. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal.

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Folder 7 Correspondence N, July 1925 - June 1926. Correspondents include W.A. Noyes.

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Folder 8 Correspondence O, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 9 Correspondence P, July 1925 - June 1926. Correspondents include Alexander Hume Ford.

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Folder 10 Correspondence - personal - E.E. Slosson, 1924-1926. Includes recollections by E.E. Slosson of the University of Kansas "Science Club" in the 1890s, and a menu from the Norfolk-Washington Steamboat Company, 1924.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Q, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 2 Correspondence R, July 1925 - June 1926. Correspondents include William E. Ritter.

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Folder 3 Correspondence S, July 1925 - June 1926. Original ink drawing by Theodore Scheel; correspondents include Francis H. Snyder and Mark Sullivan.

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Folder 4 Sachs Fund Prize, 1924-1926

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Folder 5 Science Service - sample of daily wire service to newspapers, November 1925

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Folder 6 Science Service - possible contributors, 1921-1926

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Folder 7 Correspondence T, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 8 Correspondence U, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 9 Correspondence V, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 10 Correspondence W, July 1925 - June 1926

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Folder 11 "Ways of the World" - H. P. Fairchild, 1926. Correspondence on a proposed feature to be written by Henry Pratt Fairchild and illustrated by Francis J. Rigney.

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Folder 12 Correspondence X - Z, July 1925 - June 1926. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 1 Correspondence A, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 2 Correspondence B, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Edward L. Bernays.

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Folder 3 Correspondence C, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell.

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Folder 4 Correspondence D, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 5 Correspondence E, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 6 Correspondence F, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Frank Fearing, John H. Finlay, and E.E. Free.

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Folder 7 Correspondence G, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Benjamin C. Gruenberg.

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Folder 8 Correspondence H, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include George Ellery Hale, Norris F. Hall, T. Swann Harding, Rollin Lynde Hartt, and Albert W. Herre; includes discussion of work of Marie Curie.

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Folder 9 Correspondence I, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 10 Correspondence J, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Joseph Jastrow.

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Folder 11 Correspondence K, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 12 Correspondence L, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Matthew Luckiesh and S.W. Reyburn.

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Box 32

Folder 1 Lectures, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 2 Lectures, July - October 1926

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Folder 3 Lectures, November - December 1926

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Folder 4 Lectures, January - February 1927

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Folder 5 Lectures, March - June 1927

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Folder 6 Lecture opportunities, July 1926 - June 1927

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Box 33

Folder 1 Correspondence M, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Jesse Lee Bennett.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mc, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 3 Correspondence N, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include W.A. Noyes.

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Folder 4 Correspondence O, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 5 Correspondence P, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 6 Correspondence Q, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 7 Correspondence R, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Woodbridge Riley and William E. Ritter.

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Folder 8 Correspondence S, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Upton Sinclair (with circular and order blank for Sinclair's Love's Pilgrimage), J. Russell Smith, and Harry Steenbock.

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Folder 9 Correspondence T, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 10 Correspondence U, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 11 Correspondence V, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 12 Correspondence W, July 1926 - June 1927. Correspondents include Carl C. Dickey, French Strother, and Gaylord Wilshire.

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Folder 13 Correspondence X - Z, July 1926 - June 1927

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Folder 1 Correspondence A, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Merle Crowell.

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Folder 2 Correspondence B, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include William F. Bade and W.O. Brigstocke.

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Folder 3 Correspondence C, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Walter B. Cannon, J. McKeen Cattell, and Preston Slosson; includes copies of Curtis "Boys League" booklets.

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Folder 4 Correspondence D, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include John Cotton Dana.

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Folder 5 Doran and Company, 1922-1927. Correspondents include Frank Thone.

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Folder 6 Correspondence E, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 7 Correspondence F, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 8 Correspondence G, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 9 Correspondence H, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Benjamin C. Gruenberg.

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Folder 10 Correspondence I, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Henry Hazlitt and Paul R. Heyl.

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Folder 11 Institute of Current World Affairs, 1924-1927

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Folder 12 Correspondence J, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Joseph Jastrow.

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Folder 1 Correspondence K, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 2 Alfred Korzybski, 1927

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Folder 3 Correspondence L, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Henry W. Lanier.

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Folder 4 Lectures - general, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 5 Lectures, July - October 1927

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Folder 6 Lectures, November - December 1927

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Folder 7 Lectures, January - June 1928

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Folder 8 Lecture opportunities, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 9 Liberty, 1924-1925

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Folder 10 Correspondence M, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Warren K. Moorehead and Emma Reh Stevenson.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Mc, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal.

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Folder 12 McClure's Magazine, 1924-1926. Correspondents include S.S. McClure.

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Box 36

Folder 1 Correspondence N, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 2 The Nation, 1924-1925. Correspondents include Mark Van Doren; drafts of E.E. Slosson's review of three books on relativity.

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Folder 3 New York Sun, 1927

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Folder 4 Correspondence O, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 5 Correspondence P, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 6 Pan-Pacific Science Congress Tokyo, 1925-1926. Correspondents include Hamilton Holt.

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Folder 7 Photographs, 1925. Correspondence about photographs of E.E. Slosson.

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Folder 8 The Physical Review, 1927

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Folder 9 The Physical Sciences, 1926. Reviews by E.E. Slosson.

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Folder 10 Pictorial Review, 1925-1926. Correspondence relating to nominations for a Pictorial Review award to outstanding American women.

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Folder 11 G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1926. A tribute to Slosson from Putnam.

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Folder 12 Correspondence R, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include William E. Ritter.

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Folder 13 Correspondence S, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Harry L. Smithton.

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Folder 14 Saturday Evening Post, 1925

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Folder 15 Saturday Review of Literature, 1924-1927. Correspondence and copies of book reviews by Science Service staff.

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Folder 16 The Scholastic, 1926-1927. E.E. Slosson served on advisory committee for the magazine.

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Folder 17 Popular science lectures, 1927

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Folder 18 E. E. Slosson - personal, 1926-1928. Correspondents include Dorothy Canfield Fisher and Woods Hutchinson.

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Folder 19 Edith Spaeth, 1926

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Folder 1 Stanford University Press, 1926

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Folder 2 Julius Stieglitz, 1923-1926. Includes discussion of E.E. Slosson's health and the text of Slosson's speech about Stieglitz.

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Folder 3 Sachs Prize, 1927

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Folder 4 The Sun, 1924-1925

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Folder 5 Correspondence T, July 1927 - June 1928. Correspondents include Olin Templin and Warren S. Thompson.

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Folder 6 Correspondence U, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 7 Correspondence V, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 8 Correspondence W, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 9 Walter Hines Page School of International Relations, Johns Hopkins University, 1926

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Folder 10 John Wiley and Sons, 1926. Book reviews written by E.E. Slosson.

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Folder 11 The World, 1924-1926

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Folder 12 Correspondence X - Z, July 1927 - June 1928

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Folder 13 Correspondence A - B, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include Agassiz Association, American Institute of the City of New York, John Bakeless, and Stringfellow Barr.

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Folder 14 Correspondence C - D, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include J. McKeen Cattell and Ida Clyde Clarke.

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Folder 1 Correspondence E - F, July 1928 - June 1929. Material relating to a National Hydraulic Laboratory.

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Folder 2 Correspondence G - H, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include George Ellery Hale and Erasmus Haworth.

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Folder 3 Correspondence I - J, July 1928 - June 1929

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Folder 4 Correspondence K - L, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include John Bakeless and E.H. Kennard.

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Folder 5 Lectures finished, October - December 1928

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Folder 6 Correspondence M - N, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal and William McPherson.

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Folder 7 Correspondence O - P, July 1928 - June 1929

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Folder 8 Correspondence Q - R, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include Malcolm W. Davis and William Patterson; materials on Quetico-Superior Council.

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Folder 1 Correspondence S - T, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include French Strother.

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Folder 2 Correspondence U - V, July 1928 - June 1929

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Folder 3 Correspondence W - Z, July 1928 - June 1929. Correspondents include Alvin W. West and Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 4 Correspondence A - E, July - October 1929. Correspondents include Frances Densmore.

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Folder 5 American Library Association, 1925-1929. Development of lists of best books in science.

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Folder 6 Baltimore Sun article, 1928. Discussion of polar exploration.

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Folder 7 Maxim Bing, 1924-1929. Bing was Science Service's Berlin correspondent.

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Folder 8 Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1924-1929

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Folder 9 Book League of America, 1928-1929. Includes prospectus, booklets, brochures, order form, Slosson's reviews, and correspondence.

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Folder 1 Science book lists, 1926-1929

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Folder 2 The Bookman - George H. Doran Company, 1925-1926

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Folder 3 Baker Brownell - The Energy of the New World, 1928-1929

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Folder 4 Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1926, 1928-1929

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Folder 5 Century Company, 1923-1929

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Folder 6 Century Company - Snapshots of Science correspondence, 1926-1928

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Folder 7 University of Chicago Press, 1924-1928

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Folder 8 Collier's, 1925-1928

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Folder 9 Collier's - radio talks

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Folder 1 Cosmos Club Admissions Committee, 1928-1929

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Folder 2 Watson Davis, 1929

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Folder 3 Dictionary of American Biography, 1926-1927

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Folder 4 Dodd, Mead and Company, 1926-1927

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Folder 5 Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1924-1929. Full-color advertising material for Doubleday's The Nature Library; correspondents include Russell Doubleday and Lyman Beecher Stowe.

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Folder 6 June Downey, 1924-1929

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Folder 7 Thomas A. Edison, 1923, 1925, 1927-1928. Correspondence and drafts for E.E. Slosson's 1928 Encyclopedia Britannica biography of Edison; questions Slosson used in his 1925 interview of Edison; correspondents include Thomas A. Edison and Theodore Edison.

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Folder 8 Notes for articles on Thomas A. Edison, 1929. Edison product advertising; copy of The Life of Thomas A. Edison in Word and Picture, 1927; notes of Slosson's August 1929 interview of Edison.

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Folder 9 Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1925-1929

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Folder 10 Correspondence F - M, July - October 1929. Correspondents include John C. Krantz.

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Folder 11 Francis Bacon Award for the Humanizing of Knowledge, 1927-1929. Competition run by Simon and Schuster.

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Folder 1 Greenberg Publisher, Inc., 1927

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Folder 2 Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1924-1929. Correspondents include Alfred Harcourt.

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Folder 3 Harcourt, Brace and Company - Keeping Up With Science, 1924-1925, 1927. Correspondents include Donald C. Brace and Alfred Harcourt.

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Folder 4 Harcourt, Brace and Company - Sermons of a Chemist, 1925-1926, 1928. Correspondents include S.S. McClure; includes royalty statements and reviews.

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Folder 5 Harper Brothers, 1925-1928. Correspondents include Frederick Lewis Allen.

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Folder 6 Hamilton Holt, 1925-1926. Correspondents include F.W. Shipley.

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Folder 7 Henry Holt and Company, 1928-1929

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Folder 8 Houghton Mifflin Company, 1926-1929

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Folder 9 Mrs. A.A. Knopf, 1924-1926

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Folder 10 W. Colston Leigh - lectures, 1929

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Folder 11 Leigh-Emmerich Lecture Bureaus, 1924-1929

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Folder 12 Little, Brown and Company, 1926-1927, 1929

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Folder 13 Macmillan Company, 1925-1929

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Folder 14 McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1926-1929

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Folder 1 Correspondence N - S, July - November 1929. Correspondents include Elizabeth Sidney Semmens.

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Folder 2 National Research Council Conference of Experimental Psychology, 1928-1929

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Folder 3 National University, 1928-1929

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Folder 4 Nation's Business, 1924-1928

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Folder 5 Open Court Publishing Company, 1925-1929

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Folder 6 William E. Ritter anniversary book, 1929

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Folder 7 Science Progress, 1928-1929

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Folder 8 Scientific Book Club, 1929

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Folder 9 Scopes Trial - witnesses, 1925

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Folder 10 Scopes Trial - witnesses, 1925

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Folder 1 Scopes Trial - witnesses, 1925

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Folder 2 Scopes Trial - American Civil Liberties Union, 1925

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Folder 3 Scopes Trial - evolution clippings, 1925, part 1 of 3

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Folder 4 Scopes Trial - evolution clippings, 1925, part 2 of 3

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Folder 5 Scopes Trial - evolution clippings, 1925, part 3 of 3

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Folder 6 E.W. Scripps, 1926. Material related to Scripps's death and final bequests.

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Folder 7 Scripps Foundation for Population Research, 1927-1928

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Folder 8 Atherton Seidell, 1925-1926, 1929

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Folder 9 Thomas Seltzer, Inc., 1926

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Folder 10 Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1925-1929. Correspondents include Maxim Bing, Clifton Fadiman, and M. Lincoln Schuster.

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Folder 11 Snapshots of Science, 1928

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Folder 12 Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1926-1929

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Folder 13 Correspondence T - Z, July - October 1929

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Folder 1 Tropical Research Board, 1929

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Folder 2 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences, 1922-1923. Includes correspondence and drafts for a series edited by Slosson.

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Folder 3 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences, 1923

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Folder 4 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences, 1924

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Folder 5 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences, January - June 1925

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Folder 6 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences, July - December 1925

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Folder 1 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences, 1926

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Folder 2 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences, 1927-1929

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Folder 3 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences - possible authors, 1926-1929

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Folder 4 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences - Arrhenius, 1928

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Folder 5 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences - Evolution - Facts and Theories by Benjamin Gruenberg, 1928

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Folder 6 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences - The Human Habitat by E. Huntington

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Folder 7 D. Van Nostrand Company's Library of Modern Sciences - Stories in Stone by W.T. Lee

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Folder 8 B. Westermann Company, 1924-1928

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Folder 9 Williams and Wilkins, 1924-1928

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Folder 10 Rosalind Wood, 1927-1928

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Series 3

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, BOOKS, ARTICLES, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS OF EDWIN E. SLOSSON, 1902-1929.

This series contains miscellaneous correspondence of Edwin E. Slosson before he became director of Science Service, drafts and final manuscripts, and correspondence relating to his publications, lectures, and sermons in the 1920s.

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Folder 1 Edwin E. Slosson - biographical information. Includes program for 1929 Memorial Service for Slosson.

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Folder 2 Edwin E. Slosson - personal, 1902-1916

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Folder 3 Edwin E. Slosson - business cards and notes, c. 1921. Includes his notes about potential authors and news sources.

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Folder 4 Edwin E. Slosson - journalistic interests. Includes 1910 and 1913 issues of The Independent.

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Folder 5 Edwin E. Slosson - Life Adjustment Center, 1929. Slosson was chairman of a committee to establish a counseling center at Mt. Pleasant Congregational Church in Washington.

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Folder 6 Edwin E. Slosson - University of Chicago. Includes a photograph of Memorial Hall dining room at Harvard University, c. 1920.

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Folder 7 Edwin E. Slosson - University of Kansas, c. 1910-1917. Includes notes on Slosson's college experiences.

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Folder 8 Bibliography of the Writings of Edwin E. Slosson. One of several volumes compiled by Science Service after Slosson's death in 1929.

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Folder 9 Bibliography of the Writings of Edwin E. Slosson - correspondence, 1929-1930

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Folder 10 Bibliography of the Writings of Edwin E. Slosson - preparation, 1929

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Folder 1 Articles by Edwin E. Slosson, Volume 1, and Scientific Papers by Edwin E. Slosson, 1929. Compiled after Slosson's death.

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Folder 2 Articles by Edwin E. Slosson, Volume 2, 1929. Compiled after Slosson's death.

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Folder 3 Lectures by Edwin E. Slosson, 1929. Compiled after Slosson's death.

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Folder 1 World's Work articles, November 1922 - March 1923

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Folder 2 "Creative Chemistry" series for The Independent - correspondence

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Folder 3 Creative Chemistry - The Century Company, 1919-1921

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Folder 4 Creative Chemistry - correspondence

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Folder 5 Creative Chemistry - illustrations

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Folder 6 Easy Lessons in Einstein - clippings about Albert Einstein from newspapers and journals, c. 1918-1920

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Folder 7 Easy Lessons in Einstein, 1929. Correspondents include H.A. Bumstead, Alfred Harcourt, W.J. Hussey, and Isabel M. Lewis.

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Folder 1 Easy Lessons in Einstein - notes, c. 1918-1920

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Folder 2 Sixty Thousand Words, 1913

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Folder 3 Articles and reprints

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Folder 4 Miscellaneous articles and other writings

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Folder 5 Reprints

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Folder 6 Miscellaneous manuscripts

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Folder 7 Chats on Science, 1924-1925

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Folder 1 Chats on Science, 1926-1927

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Folder 2 Chats on Science - reviews, 1924-1926

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Folder 3 Collier's article - "Catching Up With the World"

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Folder 4 Collier's articles, August 1925 - December 1925

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Folder 5 Collier's articles, January - April 1926

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Folder 6 Collier's articles, May - August 1926

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Folder 7 Collier's articles, September - December 1926

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Folder 1 Collier's articles, January - June 1927. Includes copies of Daily Science News Bulletin, June 1926 - May 1927.

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Folder 2 Sources of Energy, 1922. Notes for Slosson's talk "An Inventory of Energy"; correspondents include Comfort A. Adams, Vernon Kellogg, and Robert A. Millikan.

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Folder 3 Expansion of Chemistry - requests, 1924

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Folder 4 The Fall of Energy and the Rise of Man

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Folder 5 Fifty Years of Science - lecture, 1926

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Folder 6 Great American Universities - correspondence, 1909-1917. Correspondents include H.A. Bumstead, Charles A. Harrison, David Starr Jordan, and Woodrow Wilson.

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Folder 7 Great American Universities - reviews and notes, 1910

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Folder 8 Nine Sons of Satan - correspondence and notes, 1915-1918

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Folder 9 Nine Sons of Satan - correspondence, 1918-1920. Correspondents include Pierre de Bacourt, Charles A. Beard, Mary Ann Pace, Upton Sinclair, and Olin Templin.

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Folder 10 The Physical Sciences - American Library Association pamphlet, 1924-1926

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Folder 11 Plots and Personalities - correspondence and notes, 1922-1923

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Folder 12 Plots and Personalities - reviews, 1922-1923

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Folder 13 The Question of the Caribbean

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Folder 14 "Joint Statement upon the Relations of Science and Religion," 1923

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Folder 15 "Scientific Obscurity," 1928. Correspondents include George Otis Smith.

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Folder 16 Sermon on "Contributions of New Physics to Religion," 1928-1929

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Folder 1 Short Talks on Science - Century Company, 1930. Watson Davis and other staff members completed this book after Slosson's death.

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Folder 2 Six Major Prophets - correspondence, 1917-1921

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Folder 3 Six Major Prophets - reviews and notes, 1917

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Folder 4 Smithsonian Scientific Series, 1925

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Folder 5 Snapshots of Science - reviews and correspondence, 1928. Correspondents include Maxim Bing.

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Folder 6 The Spiritualization of Daily Life, 1925

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Folder 7 Sunday and Sabbathday, 1928-1930

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Folder 8 Synthetic Kingdom, 1929

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Series 4

BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE OF SCIENCE SERVICE, 1922-1925.

This series includes the correspondence of Howard Wheeler, when he served as Science Service business manager from 1921-1923, and other business and client correspondence through 1925. The business manager's correspondence for 1921 is filed with the director's correspondence in Series 2. Most of Science Service's financial and business records for years after 1925 were not transferred to the Smithsonian Institution Archives, but there is considerable business correspondence within Series 5, especially for the years when Watson Davis served as managing editor.

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Folder 1 Correspondence A, 1922

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Folder 2 American Ingenuity, 1922. Proposed series about quaint patent ideas.

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Folder 3 Correspondence B, 1922

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Folder 4 Borers from within, 1922. Albert L. Barrow's article about shipworms; a draft of this article is in Box 54, Folder 3.

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Folder 5 Scientific books, 1922

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Folder 6 Boy Scouts of America, 1922

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Folder 7 Business Day-by-Day - as the government sees it, 1922

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Folder 8 Business Day-by-Day - follow up, 1922

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Folder 9 Business Day-by-Day - financial correspondence

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Folder 10 Business Day-by-Day - monthly report

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Folder 11 Business Day-by-Day correspondence A, 1922

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Folder 12 Business Day-by-Day correspondence B, 1922-1923

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Folder 13 Business Day-by-Day correspondence - John Beyer, 1922

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Folder 14 Business Day-by-Day correspondence C, 1922

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Folder 1 Business Day-by-Day correspondence - Commerce Department, 1922

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Folder 2 Business Day-by-Day - Ralph F. Couch

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Folder 3 Business Day-by-Day correspondence D, 1922

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Folder 4 Business Day-by-Day correspondence F, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Business Day-by-Day correspondence G, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Business Day-by-Day correspondence H, 1922-1923

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Folder 7 Business Day-by-Day correspondence J, 1922-1923

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Folder 8 Business Day-by-Day correspondence K, 1922

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Folder 9 Business Day-by-Day correspondence L, 1922-1923

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Folder 10 Business Day-by-Day correspondence M, 1922-1923

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Folder 11 Business Day-by-Day correspondence N, 1922

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Folder 12 Business Day-by-Day correspondence O, 1922

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Folder 13 Business Day-by-Day correspondence P, 1922

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Folder 14 Business Day-by-Day correspondence R, 1922

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Folder 15 Business Day-by-Day correspondence S, 1922

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Folder 16 Business Day-by-Day correspondence U - V, 1922

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Folder 17 Business Day-by-Day correspondence W - Z, 1922

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Folder 18 Correspondence C, 1922

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Folder 1 Correspondence D, 1922. Correspondents include Frances Densmore.

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Folder 2 Correspondence E, 1922

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Folder 3 Correspondence F, 1922

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Folder 4 Correspondence - G.M.C. Fowler, 1922. Material related to Science Service's project to produce motion pictures.

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Folder 5 Correspondence G, 1922

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Folder 6 Correspondence H, 1922

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Folder 7 Correspondence I - J, 1922. Correspondents include David Starr Jordan.

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Folder 8 Correspondence K, 1922

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Folder 9 Correspondence - Fred C. Kelly Opines, 1922. Advertisements for a proposed humor series.

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Folder 10 Correspondence L, 1922. Correspondents include Frank E. Lutz.

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Folder 11 Correspondence M, 1922. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal.

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Folder 12 Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1922

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Folder 13 Correspondence N, 1922

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Folder 14 Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1921-1922

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Folder 15 Correspondence O, 1922

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Folder 16 Office memorandum, 1922. Includes memo describing a new office filing system.

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Folder 17 Orders, 1922

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Folder 1 Correspondence P, 1922. Material relating to Science Service's motion pictures, including proposed contract with Popular Science Monthly.

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Folder 2 Correspondence R, 1922

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Folder 3 Correspondence S, 1922. Correspondents include Maynard Shipley, Lincoln Steffens, and Frederic Dorr Steele; Steele sold drawings to Science Service for the "Detective's Laboratory" series.

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Folder 4 Correspondence - E.E. Slosson, 1922

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Folder 5 Correspondence T, 1922

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Folder 6 Correspondence - telegrams, December 1921 - August 1922

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Folder 7 Correspondence - telegrams, September 1922 - December 1922

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Folder 8 Correspondence U, 1922

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Folder 9 Correspondence W, 1922

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Folder 10 Howard Wheeler - personal file

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Folder 1 Correspondence - A.W. Wiggam, 1921-1922

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Folder 2 Correspondence Y, 1922. Includes information about office staff salaries.

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Folder 3 Correspondence, January - February 1923

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Folder 4 Business and client correspondence A, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Business and client correspondence - Allied Newspapers, January - July 1923

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Folder 6 Business and client correspondence - Allied Newspapers, January - June 1923

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Folder 7 Business and client correspondence - Allied Newspapers, July - November 1923

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Folder 8 Business and client correspondence - Daily Science News Bulletin, 1922-1923

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Folder 1 Business and client correspondence B, 1922-1923

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Folder 2 Business and client correspondence - Business Day-by-Day, 1922

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Folder 3 Business and client correspondence - Business Day-by-Day, 1923

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Folder 4 Business and client correspondence - Business Day-by-Day, 1923

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Folder 5 Business and client correspondence C, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Business and client correspondence D, 1922-1923

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Folder 7 Business and client correspondence E - F, 1922-1923

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Folder 1 Form letters, 1922

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Folder 2 Business and client correspondence G, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Agassiz Association and Edward F. Bigelow.

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Folder 3 Business and client correspondence H, 1922-1923

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Folder 4 Business and client correspondence I, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Business and client correspondence J, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Business and client correspondence K, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Fred C. Kelly.

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Folder 7 Business and client correspondence L, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Arthur E. Bostwick and Martha Rado; information and news clippings about the Knickerbocker Theater disaster in January 1922.

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Folder 8 Business and client correspondence M, 1922-1923. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal and Walter Williams.

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Folder 9 Business and client correspondence N, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Charles M. Puckette.

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Folder 10 Business and client correspondence O, 1922-1923

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Folder 1 Business and client correspondence P, 1922-1923

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Folder 2 Business and client correspondence - Putnam and Company, 1923

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Folder 3 Business and client correspondence Q, 1922

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Folder 4 Business and client correspondence R, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Business and client correspondence S, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Business and client correspondence T, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Britton Haddon; includes circulation brochure for the first issue of Time magazine.

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Folder 7 Business and client correspondence - telegrams, 1923

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Folder 8 Business and client correspondence U - V, 1922-1923

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Folder 9 Business and client correspondence W, 1922-1923

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Folder 10 Business and client correspondence - Why the Weather

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Folder 11 Business and client correspondence X - Z, 1922-1923

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Box 62

Folder 1 General business correspondence of Assistant Treasurer and Circulation Manager, July 1923 - June 1924. Includes copies of Daily Science News Bulletin for August 1923 about a solar eclipse, and matrixes for the illustrations; August 1923 financial reports on the Science Service movie project; and Dayton Scale product brochures.

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Folder 2 General business correspondence of Assistant Treasurer and Circulation Manager, 1924

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Folder 3 General business correspondence of Assistant Treasurer and Circulation Manager, 1925

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Folder 4 Science News-Letter quantity order promotion, 1924

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Folder 5 Science News-Letter - sample of circulation correspondence, 1926

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Folder 6 Science Service client lists, March 1925 - May 1926

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Folder 7 Science Service client lists, May 1927 - November 1928

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Folder 8 Science Service finance summary, 1921-1926

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Folder 9 Science Service finances - costs and income for Daily Science News Bulletin and Science News-Letter, March 1923

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Folder 10 Science Service finances - finance reports, December 1925 - January 1927 and December 1928

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Folder 11 Science Service personnel, 1927 and 1928. Staff telephone numbers and home addresses.

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Folder 12 Science Service promotion samples, 1925. "Cartoonograph" and "Test Yourself" brochures.

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Series 5

EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE OF THE DIRECTOR AND SENIOR STAFF OF SCIENCE SERVICE, 1921-1963, INCLUDING THE CORRESPONDENCE OF WATSON DAVIS AS NEWS EDITOR (1921-1922), MANAGING

Series

This series contains correspondence, manuscripts, brochures, photographs, and other materials related to the activities of Watson Davis and other senior staff members, beginning in 1921. It includes copies of editorial correspondence from senior staff members such as Frank Thone, James Stokley, Marjorie Van de Water, Jane Stafford, Robert Potter, and Leonard Engel, and correspondence and payment slips for the writers and photographers (stringers) who sold material to Science Service. Series 5 also contains records relating to Watson Davis's participation in various organizations and social clubs, journalism competitions, and the sponsorship of science fairs, Science Talent Search, and Science Clubs of America, as well as the manuscripts the staff wrote for other publications.

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Folder 1 Correspondence A, 1922-1923. Correspondents include C.G. Abbot and Walter S. Adams.

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Folder 2 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1922-1923

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ba - Bi, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Louis A. Bauer and Maxim Bing.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Bl - Bz, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Charles Bathurst, Viscount Bledisloe.

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Folder 5 Correspondence C - Cha, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Walter B. Cannon.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Che - Ch, 1922-1923. Includes material relating to coverage of chemistry meetings.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Cl - Cu, 1922-1923

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Folder 2 P.F. Collier and Son, 1923. Advertisements for Popular Science Library.

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Folder 3 B. Cuzzort - manuscripts, 1923

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Folder 4 Correspondence D, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Detective's Laboratory Series, 1923. Articles by E.E. Free about crime detection.

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Folder 6 Correspondence E, 1922-1923

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Folder 1 Correspondence F, 1922-1923, part 1 of 2

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Folder 2 Correspondence F, 1922-1923, part 2 of 2

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ga - Ge, 1922-1923

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Folder 4 Correspondence Gi - Gu, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Robert H. Goddard.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ha - He, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Correspondence Hi - Hy, 1922-1923

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Folder 1 Correspondence I, 1922-1923

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Folder 2 Correspondence J, 1922-1923

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Folder 3 Correspondence K, 1922-1923

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Folder 4 Correspondence La - Le, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Ivy L. Lee.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Li - Lz, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mc, 1922-1923. Correspondents include J.J.R. MacLeod and E. Armitage McCann.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ma - Me, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Louis I. Dublin, H.L. Mencken, John C. Merriam, and W.D. Moffat.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mi - Mu, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Edmund Otis Harvey, S.A. Mitchell, and Cleveland Moffett.

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Folder 2 Correspondence N, 1922-1923

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Folder 3 Correspondence O, 1922-1923

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Folder 4 Correspondence Pa - Ph, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pi - Pu, 1922-1923

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ra, 1922-1923

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Folder 2 Correspondence Re - R, 1922-1923

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sa - Si, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Atherton Seidell and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Sl - Sy, 1922-1923

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Folder 5 Correspondence T, 1922-1923

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Folder 6 Correspondence U, 1922-1923

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Folder 7 Correspondence V, 1922-1923

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wa - Wh, 1922-1923

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Folder 2 Correspondence Wi - Wy, 1922-1923

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Folder 3 Correspondence X - Z, 1922-1923. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 4 Correspondence A, 1924. Correspondents include C.G. Abbot and Frederick Lewis Allen.

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Folder 5 Allied Newspapers, 1924

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Folder 6 Correspondence B, 1924, part 1 of 2

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Folder 7 Correspondence B, 1924, part 2 of 2

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Folder 1 Kendall Banning - Popular Radio, 1922. Includes articles by C.A. Briggs, H.M. Davis, and George O. Squier; discussion of Francis Jenkins and his inventions; advertisements for Discrola Corporation's "Prismatics."

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Folder 2 Kendall Banning - Popular Radio, 1923. Correspondents include E.E. Free.

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Folder 3 Kendall Banning - Popular Radio, 1924

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Folder 4 Myron S. Blumenthal, 1923-1924

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ca - Ce, 1924. Correspondents include J. McKeen Cattell, Lyman B. Sturgis, and Ernest Windle.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ch - C, 1924. Correspondents include E.V. Cowdry.

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Folder 7 Chats on Science, 1923

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Folder 8 Ernest S. Clowes, 1922-1924. Includes draft articles about radio, psychology, and Coast Guard ice patrols.

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Folder 1 Country Gentleman, 1924. Series on building radio sets.

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Folder 2 Correspondence D, 1924. Correspondents include Frances Densmore; includes discussion of activities of Richard O. Marsh and information about the Russian news agency "Rosta."

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Folder 3 Correspondence E, 1924

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Folder 4 The Elks Magazine, 1924

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Folder 5 Correspondence F, 1924. Correspondents include Pierson W. Banning; includes discussion of "Franklin Fund" hoax.

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Folder 6 Correspondence G, 1924. Correspondents include Isaiah Bowman, Frank B. Gilbreth, and Kenneth M. Gould.

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Folder 7 The (New York) Globe, 1923

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Folder 1 Correspondence H - He, 1924. Correspondents include Alfred Harcourt and Yandell Henderson.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Hi - H, 1924. Correspondents include A. Parker Hitchens.

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Folder 3 Hugh Hill, 1923-1924. Arrangements for lectures by Joseph Jastrow and E.E. Slosson.

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Folder 4 W.W. Hyde, 1924

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Folder 5 Hygeia, 1922-1924

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Folder 6 Correspondence I, 1924

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Folder 7 Correspondence J, 1924

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Folder 8 D.W. Johnson - Astrolabe, 1924

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Folder 9 Correspondence K, 1924. Correspondents include Vernon Kellogg and Charles F. Kettering.

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Folder 10 Correspondence L, 1924. Correspondents include Donald A. Laird, Isabel M. Lewis, and W.J. Luyten.

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Folder 11 J.D. Luckett, 1923-1924

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Folder 1 Correspondence M, 1924. Correspondents include C. Leroy Meisinger and Robert A. Millikan; includes Albert Mann's photographs of diatoms.

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Folder 2 William Mann report on an expedition to the South Pacific. Transferred to Smithsonian Institution Archives Record Unit 7293.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Mc, 1924. Information about "Ido" and inter-linguistics.

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Folder 4 "First Aid to Medical Terms" - Hygeia, 1923. Five-part series written by Watson Davis.

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Folder 5 Correspondence N, 1924. October 1924 issue of The Guide to Nature; brochure for James William Bryan Press; correspondents include W.W. Norton.

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Folder 6 National Academy of Sciences - building dedication, 1924. Correspondence, press releases, invitation, dedication program; Science Service handled the press relations for the dedication.

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Folder 7 Correspondence O, 1924

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Folder 8 Correspondence P - Pe, 1924

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ph - P, 1924. Includes material about internal combustion engine design and a photograph of Alvah L. Powell.

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Folder 2 F. W. Peek, Jr., 1924. Photographs and notes related to Peek's lightning generator experiments.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Q, 1924

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Folder 4 Correspondence R - Ri, 1924. Correspondents include Radio Relay League, J.O. Rankin, and Emma Reh.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ro - R, 1924. Correspondents include W.A. Roach and G. Ross Robertson; includes advertisements for rubber shock insulators.

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Folder 6 Correspondence S - Sl, 1924. Correspondents include George Sarton, Atherton Seidell, S.S. Seward, Jr., and Harlow Shapley; includes E.E. Slosson's internal memos.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Sm - Sq, 1924

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Folder 8 Correspondence St - S, 1924. Correspondents include James Stokley.

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Folder 1 Saturday Evening Post

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Folder 2 Correspondence T, 1924. Correspondents include Elihu Thomson.

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Folder 3 Correspondence U, 1924

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Folder 4 Correspondence V, 1924. Correspondents include S.S. Visher.

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Folder 5 Visugraphic, 1923-1924

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Folder 6 Correspondence W - We, 1924

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Folder 7 Correspondence Wh - W, 1924

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Folder 8 Institut fur Wissenschaftliche Hilfsarbeit, 1922-1924

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Folder 9 Correspondence X - Z, 1924

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Folder 10 Correspondence A, 1925

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Folder 11 Artists - staff position, 1925. Correspondence and sample drawings from artists applying for position to draw the new "Cartoonograph" series; the job was offered to Theodore ("Buddie") Scheel.

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Bi, 1925

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Folder 2 Correspondence Bl - B, 1925

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Folder 3 Kendall Banning - Popular Radio, 1925

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Folder 4 Boys' Life, 1923-1924

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Folder 5 Boys' Life, 1924

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Folder 6 Boys' Life, 1925

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Folder 7 Correspondence C - Ci, 1925

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Folder 1 Correspondence Cl - C, 1925

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Folder 2 Cartoonographs

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Folder 3 Current History, January - June 1924

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Folder 4 Current History, July - December 1924

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Folder 5 Current History, January - June 1925

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Folder 1 Current History, July - December 1925

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Folder 2 Correspondence D, 1925. Correspondents include Clarence Darrow.

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Folder 3 Watson Davis's European trip, September 1925

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Folder 4 Oscar Dowling - Southern Health Chats, 1924. Includes photographs and drafts of Dowling's proposed column.

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Folder 5 Correspondence E, 1925

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Folder 6 Solar eclipse, January 24, 1925

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Folder 7 Evolution, 1925

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Folder 1 Correspondence F, 1925

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Folder 2 Correspondence G, 1925

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Folder 3 German magazine exchange

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ha - He, 1925. Correspondents include Britton Haddon.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Hi - H, 1925

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Folder 6 C.A. Herndon - fiction

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Folder 7 Thomas R. Henry - fiction

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Folder 1 Correspondence I, 1925

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Folder 2 Correspondence J, 1925

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Folder 3 Correspondence K, 1925

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Folder 4 Correspondence L, 1925

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mc, 1925

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Folder 6 Correspondence M - Mi, 1925

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Folder 7 Correspondence Mo - M, 1925

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Folder 8 Bulletin articles on observatory plans, 1924

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Folder 9 Richard O. Marsh

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Folder 10 American Medical Association, 1925

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Folder 11 Correspondence N, 1925

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Folder 12 Correspondence O, 1925

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Folder 1 Correspondence P - Pe, 1925. Correspondents include Raymond Pearl.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ph - P, 1925

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Folder 3 Correspondence Q, 1925

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Folder 4 Correspondence R - Re, 1925

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ri - R, 1925

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Folder 6 J.E. Rice

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Folder 7 Correspondence Sa - Sl, 1925

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Folder 8 Correspondence Sm - Sz, 1925. Correspondents include Otto Struve.

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Folder 1 Sleeplessness stories, 1925

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Folder 2 Sleeplessness tests, 1925

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Folder 3 Correspondence T, 1925. Correspondents include Warren S. Thompson.

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Folder 4 Correspondence U, 1925

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Folder 5 Correspondence V, 1925

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Folder 6 Correspondence W, 1925

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Folder 7 Correspondence X - Z, 1925

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Folder 8 Correspondence G - Ge, 1926. Correspondence A - F for 1926 is missing.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Gi - G, 1926. Correspondents include Robert H. Goddard.

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Folder 1 Donald Glassman, 1925-1926

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Folder 2 Professor Grimme - Moses story, 1925-1926. Unpublished story about Mt. Sinai inscriptions.

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Folder 3 Correspondence H - He, 1926. Correspondents include Leo Hansen, Arthur Garfield Hays, Selig Hecht, and Hilda H. Heller.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Hi - H, 1926. Correspondents include L.O. Howard, Ben F. Howell, and Ales Hrdlicka. Correspondence I - Z for 1926 is missing.

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Folder 5 Horoscopes, 1926. Correspondents include J. McKeen Cattell, Vernon Kellogg, and William E. Ritter.

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Folder 6 Correspondence A - Al, 1927. Correspondents include Theodor G. Ahrens and Robert G. Aitken; includes discussion of European nature conservation efforts.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Am - Az, 1927

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Folder 8 Correspondence B - Be, 1927

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bi - Bz, 1927. Correspondents include Charles F. Brooks.

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Folder 2 Correspondence C - Ce, 1927. Includes Prestone antifreeze product literature.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1927. Correspondents include Atherton Seidell.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Co - Cz, 1927. Correspondents include Henry E. Colton and Winterton C. Curtis.

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Folder 5 Current History, 1926-1928

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Folder 6 Correspondence Da - De, 1927. Correspondents include Arthur L. Day and Frances Densmore; includes photograph of 1200-pound Mola mola.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Di - Dz, 1927

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Folder 2 Correspondence E, 1927

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Folder 3 Correspondence Fa - Fl, 1927. Correspondents include Richard M. Field.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Fo - Fz, 1927. Correspondents include Edwin B. Frost.

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Folder 5 Henry Pratt Fairchild, 1925-1926. Discussion of proposed science comic strip by Fairchild and Francis J. Rigney.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ga - Gi, 1927. Includes discussion of anti-evolution legislation, and a copy of Science as Good Reading (1926).

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Folder 7 Correspondence Gl - Gz, 1927. Correspondents include Edgar Harold Gregory and William E. Ritter.

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Folder 8 Richard Gregory - Editor of Nature, 1926-1927

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Folder 9 Correspondence H - Ha, 1927. Correspondents include George Ellery Hale, T. Swann Harding, Roland M. Harper, and Arthur Garfield Hays.

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Folder 1 Correspondence He, 1927

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Folder 2 Correspondence Hi - Ho, 1927. Correspondents include Maurice Holland and W.O. Howard.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Hr - H, 1927. Correspondents include Edwin P. Hubble; includes transcript of Hubble's lecture "Adventure in Cosmography."

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Folder 4 Correspondence I, 1927

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Folder 5 Indian Controversy, 1927. Correspondents include John Collier, D.T. MacDougal, C. Hart Merriam, and Albert B. Reagan; American Indian Defense Association complaints about Reagan's article.

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Folder 6 Correspondence J, 1927. Correspondents include Joseph Jastrow.

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Folder 7 Hallie Jenkins - Science Service sales, 1925-1927

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Folder 8 Correspondence K, 1927. Correspondents include Cassius J. Keyser.

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Folder 1 Correspondence L - Le, 1927

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Folder 2 Correspondence Li - Ly, 1927. Correspondents include Alfred L. Loomis, Arthur O. Lovejoy, and Frank E. Lutz.

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Folder 3 Donald A. Laird, 1927. Articles about the effect of office noise on productivity.

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Folder 4 Conference on leadership, 1927. Personnel Research Foundation and Taylor Society meeting held in May 1927.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ma, 1927. Correspondents include R.V.D. Magoffin, Gregory Mason, and Kirtley Mather; discussion of Mather's talks on "Science and Religion."

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mc - Me, 1927. Correspondents include W.A. McCubbin, Arthur T. Merrick, and Maynard M. Metcalf.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Mi - Mu, 1927. Correspondents include Elliott P. Joslin, S.A. Mitchell, and W.K. Moorehead.

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Folder 8 McDonald Observatory Case, 1926-1928. Discussion of the litigation over McDonald's bequest to establish Texas observatory.

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Folder 9 Science Mirrors of 1927. Review of scientific achievements.

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Folder 1 Correspondence N, 1927. Large-format color calendar from National Safety Council; press materials from Joint Committee on Negro Child Study in New York City; correspondents include H.H. Nininger.

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Folder 2 Nature Series for Science News-Letter, 1927. Includes material from Campfire Girls and Girl Scouts.

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Folder 3 Correspondence O, 1927

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Folder 4 Correspondence Pa - Pe, 1927

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pf - Pl, 1927

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Folder 6 Correspondence Po - Py, 1927

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Folder 7 Psychological Bed-Time Stories for Grown-Ups

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Folder 8 Correspondence Q, 1927

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Folder 9 Correspondence Ra, 1927

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Folder 10 Correspondence Re - Rh, 1927

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ri - R, 1927

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Folder 2 Science Radio Talks. Correspondents include Austin H. Clark, Maurice Holland, and Harriette G. Ridley.

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Folder 3 Current Radio - American Radio Relay League

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Folder 4 Current Radio - sale of rights to series

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Folder 5 Correspondence Sa, 1927

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Folder 6 Correspondence Sc, 1927

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Folder 7 Correspondence Se - Sl, 1927

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sm - So, 1927

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sp, 1927

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Folder 3 Correspondence St - Sy, 1927

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Folder 4 Hope Satterthwaite, 1927

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Folder 5 Scholarship fund for John T. Scopes

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Folder 6 Survey of newspapers' editorial positions during John T. Scopes trial, 1926

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Folder 7 E.W. Scripps's death, March 12, 1926

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Folder 8 Scripps estate donation to Science Service, 1926

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Folder 9 Correspondence Ta - Ti, 1927

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Folder 10 Correspondence To - T, 1927

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Folder 1 Correspondence U - V, 1927. Includes advertisements for VITA-glass.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Wa - We, 1927. Correspondents include Reginald A. Waterfield.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Wh - Wy, 1927. Correspondents include Robert Williams Wood.

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Folder 4 World Review, 1926

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Folder 5 Correspondence X - Z, 1927

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Folder 6 Correspondence A - Al, 1928. Correspondents include Theodor G. Ahrens and Horace M. Albright.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Am, 1928. Correspondents include Austin H. Clark and Burton E. Livingston; arrangements for press coverage of AAAS meeting.

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Folder 8 Correspondence An - Ay, 1928

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Folder 9 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1928. Criticism of Science News-Letter and discussion of Science Service promotion to AAAS members.

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Ba, 1928. Correspondents include C.E. Barns.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Be - Bi, 1928. Correspondents include William Beebe and Edward L. Bernays.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1928. Correspondents include Alton F. Blakeslee and Isaiah Bowman.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Br - By, 1928. Correspondents include David Burpee.

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Folder 5 Howard P. Backus, 1926-1927. Includes drawings of botanical specimens.

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Folder 6 Bacon cipher, 1928. James Stokley's article about Roger Bacon.

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Folder 7 Charles Blum Advertising Corporation, 1926-1927. Correspondents include John M. Dodson and Morris Fishbein; includes advertisements for Frank B. Scholl's Library of Health.

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Folder 8 F. Blumenthal, 1926-1927. Manuscript about cancer.

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Folder 9 Andrew R. Boone, 1926-1928

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Folder 10 Charles Breasted - Oriental Institute, 1927-1928. Includes discussion of expedition reports.

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Folder 11 Correspondence C - Ce, 1928. Correspondents include Thomas Carroll; includes photographs of ice formation on airplane wings.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1928. Correspondents include Forrest Bailey.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Co, 1928. Correspondents include Fay-Cooper Cole and Harold J. Cook.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Cr - Cy, 1928

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Folder 4 American Society for Control of Cancer, 1928

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Folder 5 Robert B. Carlson, 1928

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Folder 6 J. McKeen Cattell, 1926-1928

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Folder 7 Compton's Picture Newspaper, 1928. Negotiations over a Science News-Letter subscription fill-out.

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Folder 8 Current History, January - June 1928

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Folder 9 Current History, July - December 1928

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Folder 10 Curtis Publishing Company, 1927-1928

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Folder 11 Correspondence Da - De, 1928. Correspondents include Frederick S. Dellenbaugh and Frances Densmore.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Di - Dy, 1928

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report - distribution of stories by scientific discipline, 1925-1927

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Folder 3 Charles B. Davenport - "Crime, Heredity and Environment"

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Folder 4 Dearborn Independent, 1927

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Folder 5 Frances Densmore, 1925-1928

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Folder 6 Correspondence E, 1928. Includes discussion of Edison medal.

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Folder 7 Editor and Publisher, 1928

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Folder 8 Correspondence F - Fo, 1928. Correspondents include Richard M. Field, J.D. Figgins, Simon Flexner, and J.W. Foster.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Fr - F, 1928. Correspondents include Edwin B. Frost.

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Folder 10 E.N. Fallaize, 1925-1927

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Folder 11 E.E. Free - "The Week's Science," 1927-1928

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Folder 1 Office d'Information Scientifique et Technique, 1926-1927. Attempt to establish an office for Science Service in France.

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Folder 2 Correspondence G - Gl, 1928

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Folder 3 Correspondence Go - G, 1928. Correspondents include Robert H. Goddard and Arthur W. Goodspeed.

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Folder 4 Correspondence H - Ha, 1928. Correspondents include Robert T. Hance and Roland M. Harper.

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Folder 5 Correspondence He, 1928

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Folder 6 Correspondence Hi, 1928

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ho, 1928. Correspondents include Maurice Holland, Janet Howard, and L.O. Howard.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Hr - H, 1928. Correspondents include Ales Hrdlicka.

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Folder 1 Charlotte Burghes Haldane, 1925-1926. Owner and manager of Science News Service in England.

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Folder 2 Correspondence I, 1928. Correspondents include Gilbert Irwin.

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Folder 3 Committee on Intellectual Co-operation - League of Nations, 1926. Includes notes on meeting and text of Vernon Kellogg's speech.

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Folder 4 International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation - League of Nations, 1925-1926

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Folder 5 Correspondence J, 1928. Correspondents include A.E. Jenks, Edward Jesurum, and Morgan Shepard.

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Folder 6 Correspondence K - Ke, 1928. Correspondents include Waldemar Kaempffert and W.W. Keen; includes advertisements for Frank B. Scholl's Library of Health.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ki - Kr, 1928. Correspondents include Walter C. Kiplinger and Edward J. Meeman.

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Folder 8 Correspondence La - Le, 1928. Correspondents include Donald A. Laird, George Langford, Austin Lescarboura, and John Parker; includes Laird's photographs for an article "A Third Degree for Moron Houses."

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Folder 1 Correspondence Li - Ly, 1928. Correspondents include S.F. Light, Alfred O. Loomis, Arthur O. Lovejoy, and Matthew Luckiesh.

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Folder 2 The Living Age and World Topics, 1927-1928

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Folder 3 C. Frances Loomis, 1927. Articles for Camp Fire Girls magazine.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ma, 1928. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal, R.V.D. Magoffin, Richard O. Marsh, W.D. Matthew.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mc, 1928. Correspondents include Harold G. Merriam.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Me, 1928

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Folder 7 Correspondence Mi, 1928. Correspondents include Robert A. Millikan.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Mo - My, 1928. Correspondents include J. Clinton Molitor, W.K. Moorehead, and Daniel H. Morgan.

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Folder 9 Ralph H. McKee, 1928. Article and photographs about experiments to use Populus hybrids for rapid reforestation.

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Folder 10 American Medical Association, 1927-1928

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Folder 11 "Mound Builders" in the South, 1927-1928. Correspondents include Fay-Cooper Cole, A.V. Kidder, and O.H. Willard.

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Folder 1 Correspondence N, 1928, part 1 of 2. Includes James Stokley's manuscript on "talking motion pictures," written for Nelson's Encyclopedia.

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Folder 2 Correspondence N, 1928, part 2 of 2. Includes Watson Davis's articles written for New York Herald-Tribune.

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Folder 3 Doubleday Page Company and McGraw-Hill Company, 1926

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Folder 4 Science News-Letter - postal regulations, 1927

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Folder 5 Sir Isaac Newton Bicentenary, 1927

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1928. Correspondents include William F. Ogburn; includes booklets about "self-aids" method of teaching grammar.

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Folder 7 Correspondence P - Pl, 1928. Correspondents include Pan-Pacific Union, Marlen E. Pew, and Gifford Pinchot.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Po - P, 1928. Correspondents include Charles Francis Potter; includes photographs of buildings in Chicago, Des Moines, and Kansas City using Haydrite concrete for structural reinforcing and fire-proofing.

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Folder 9 Sources of photographs, 1924-1925

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Folder 10 Science News-Letter poetry contest, 1926-1927. Rejected contributions.

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Folder 11 A.W. Pond - Flintlock guns manuscript, 1925-1927

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Folder 12 Princeton University Geology Trip, 1927. Watson Davis accompanied faculty and students on a tour of northern United States and Canadian mining operations; includes photograph of Davis, expedition brochures, and Davis's articles; correspondents include Richard M. Field.

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Folder 13 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, Nashville, special session on publications, 1927. Correspondents include Burton E. Livingston.

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Folder 14 Memorandum describing scientific investigations and research conducted by Science Service, January 28, 1927

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Folder 1 Correspondence Q, 1928

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Folder 2 Correspondence R - Re, 1928. Includes correspondence on graphology.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Rh - Ry, 1928

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Folder 4 Permission to reprint quotations, 1926

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Folder 5 William E. Ritter, 1926. Includes material relating to November 26, 1926, dinner honoring Ritter and drafts of article about him.

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Folder 6 G. Ross Robertson, 1927-1928

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Folder 7 Rockefeller Foundation and Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1924-1928. Correspondents include Simon Flexner.

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Folder 8 Article on energy resources of the U.S.S.R.

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Folder 9 Correspondence S - Sh, 1928. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Si - So, 1928

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sp - Sw, 1928. Correspondents include Albert G. Ingalls, Vilhjalmur Stefansson, and J. Frank Stimson; samples and brochures for Stylograph A.C. paper.

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Folder 2 Atherton Seidell, 1924-1927. Efforts to organize a Science Service branch in Paris.

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Folder 3 Emma Reh Stevenson - Maya expedition, 1927-1928. Includes discussion of Carnegie-funded archeological research in Mexico.

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Folder 4 Correspondence T - Ti, 1928. Correspondents include Charles Fitzhugh Talman.

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Folder 5 Correspondence To - T, 1928

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Folder 6 Denicotinized tobacco controversy, 1928. Complaints by a tobacco company about article.

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Folder 7 E.H. Tripp, 1925-1926

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Folder 8 Correspondence U, 1928

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Folder 9 Correspondence V, 1928

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Folder 10 Correspondence W - We, 1928. Correspondents include Selman Waksman and Henry B. Ward.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Wh, 1928. Correspondents include Jesse W. Wilson; includes January 1928 issue of literary magazine Why.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wi - W, 1928. Correspondents include Emma Reh Stevenson and O.H. Willard.

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Folder 2 Washington Academy of Sciences Publicity, 1927

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Folder 3 Donald O. Woodbury, 1928

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Folder 4 Correspondence X - Z, 1928. Correspondents include Raphael Zon.

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Folder 5 Correspondence A - Al, 1929. Correspondents include Theodor G. Ahrens.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Am - An, 1929. Correspondents include Andrae World Interdependence Committee and Forrest Bailey.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ap - A, 1929

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Folder 8 American Institute of the City of New York, 1929. Correspondents include L.W. Hutchins; materials related to annual dinner.

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Folder 9 Correspondence B - Ba, 1929. Correspondents include Edna Watson Bailey and Roger Baldwin; includes Automatic Balopticon product literature.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Be - Bl, 1929

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bo, 1929. Correspondents include Andrae World Peace Exhibit Committee.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Br, 1929. Correspondents include Wilfred Swancourt Bronson and Lyman Bryson; includes photographs of airplane lightning protector equipment, and brochures for West Virginia nature schools.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bu, 1929

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Folder 4 International Broadcasting, 1929

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ca - Ce, 1929. Correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell, Arthur Capper, Thomas Carroll, J. McKeen Cattell, and Lyman B. Sturgis.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1929. Correspondents include Cornelia Clarke; includes article about "noiseless airplanes."

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Folder 7 Correspondence Co - C, 1929. Correspondents include H.J. Conn, Henry C. Cowles, and C. Ward Crampton; includes samples of cornstalk paper, and photographs of Commonwealth Fund's "cow poster."

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Folder 8 Correspondence D - De, 1929. Correspondents include Arthur L. Day; includes telegram forms for reporting seismological activity, and DeVry motion picture equipment trade literature.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Di - Dy, 1929

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Folder 2 Watson Davis, 1924-1929. Includes personal correspondence.

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Folder 3 Correspondence E, 1929

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Folder 4 Correspondence F - Fl, 1929

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Folder 5 Correspondence Fo - F, 1929

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Folder 6 Correspondence G - Ge, 1929

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Folder 7 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1929

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Folder 8 Correspondence Gr - G, 1929

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Folder 9 Mary Farrar Goldberger - article on U.S. Public Health Service official Joseph Goldberger

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Folder 10 A.N. Goldsmith - Radio Corporation, 1928-1929

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Folder 1 Correspondence H - Ha, 1929. Correspondents include Robert T. Hance and Arthur Garfield Hays.

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Folder 2 Correspondence He - Hi, 1929. Correspondents include Selig Hecht, J. Willard Hershey, H.E. Howe, Ray G. Hurlburt, and W.J. Humphreys; includes materials from American Osteopathic Association campaign against "medical publicity."

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ho - H, 1929

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Folder 4 Correspondence I, 1929. Correspondents include Hugh G. Boutell, Clarendon Ions, and John C. Merriam; includes materials related to a science exhibition planned to coincide with the inauguration of Herbert Hoover.

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Folder 5 Correspondence J, 1929. Correspondents include E.C. Jeffrey; notes by C. Francis Jenkins about the Gar Wood-Seagrave boat race in Miami, March 1929.

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Folder 6 Correspondence K, 1929

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Folder 7 Correspondence L - Le, 1929. Correspondents include Donald A. Laird.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Li - Ly, 1929. Correspondents include Mark H. Liddell, Alfred L. Loomis, Arthur O. Lovejoy, Richard S. Lull, Barrett Lyons, and W.D. Matthew; includes discussion of establishing a Science Service branch in South Africa.

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Folder 2 Proposal to merge libraries in the National Academy of Sciences building, 1928

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ma, 1929. Correspondents include Marjorie MacDill Breit, D.T. MacDougal, and Kirtley Mather.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mc - Me, 1929. Correspondents include Karl Menninger.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mi - M, 1929. Includes notes for A.A. Michelson's "Reminiscences" speech in 1928, and photographs of Merneptah mummy.

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Folder 6 Monumental Printing Company - John Ferguson, 1926-1929

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Folder 7 Museums - American Association of Museums, 1924-1928

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Folder 8 Museums - American Museum of Natural History, 1923-1929. Correspondents include Clyde Fisher, W.D. Matthew, George N. Pindar, and Grace F. Ramsey.

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Folder 9 Museums - Bishop Museum, 1926. Coverage of Third Pan-Pacific Congress.

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Folder 1 Museums - British Museum, 1923-1924

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Folder 2 Museums - Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1923

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Folder 3 Museums - Field Museum of Natural History, 1923-1929. Correspondents include D.C. Davies and S.C. Simms.

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Folder 4 Museums - Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1927-1929

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Folder 5 Museums - Museum of the American Indian and Heye Foundation, 1927

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Folder 6 Museums - Peabody Museum of Natural History, 1925

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Folder 7 Museums - University of Pennsylvania Museum, 1924-1926

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Folder 8 Correspondence N, 1929. Correspondents include J.V. Nash.

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Folder 9 Correspondence O, 1929. Correspondents include Flora G. Orr and Henry Fairfield Osborn.

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Folder 10 Office buildings, 1929. Information about costs of offices available for sale or rent in Washington.

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Folder 11 Correspondence P - Pe, 1929. Correspondents include Raymond Pearl.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Ph - P, 1929. Includes discussion of Pitcairn Aviation.

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Folder 13 Pacific Coast trip by Watson Davis, 1929. Coverage of medical meetings.

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Folder 14 George B. Parker, 1928-1929

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Folder 15 Correspondence Q, 1929

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Folder 1 Correspondence R - Ri, 1929

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ro - Ry, 1929

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Folder 3 William E. Ritter, 1927

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Folder 4 William E. Ritter, 1928-1929

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Folder 5 Correspondence S - Sc, 1929. Correspondents include John T. Scopes.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Se - Si, 1929

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Folder 7 Correspondence Sk - So, 1929

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Folder 8 Correspondence Sp - Ste, 1929

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sti - Sy, 1929. Correspondents include Julius Stieglitz, Isabelle F. Story, and Charles E. Stuart.

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Folder 2 F.W. Schmoe - Pacific Coast Nature Notes, 1928-1929. Proposal for new syndicated feature.

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Folder 3 Scientific Book Club - participation by James Stokley, 1929-1930. Correspondents include Kirtley Mather and Harlan T. Stetson; includes advertising material for various book clubs.

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Folder 4 Thomas L. Sidlo, 1927-1930. Sidlo was general counsel for Scripps-Howard Newspapers and a Science Service Trustee.

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Folder 5 Thomas L. Sidlo - Cosmos Club membership

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Folder 6 Edwin E. Slosson - memorial service, telegrams received, obituary, 1929. Includes remarks by E.H.S. Bailey, Arthur Deerin Call, Otis W. Caldwell, John J. Esch, Moses Richardson Lovell, William E. Ritter, and Olin Templin at memorial services in Washington, D.C., and Kansas.

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Folder 7 W.A. Smith, 1928-1929

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Folder 8 Emma Reh Stevenson, 1926-1928

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Folder 9 Emma Reh Stevenson, 1928-1929

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Folder 10 J.Q. Stewart - exhibit on Atlantic City boardwalk, 1928

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Folder 11 American-Swedish News Exchange, 1927-1929

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Folder 1 Correspondence T - Th, 1929. Correspondents include Lloyd W. Taylor.

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Folder 2 Correspondence To - Tw, 1929. Correspondents include Francis A. Tondorf; includes oak leaf specimens from Minnesota.

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Folder 3 Tailed infant, 1928-1929. Correspondents include W.J. Meeman and W.W. Keen; negotiations to obtain information and photographs relating to a child allegedly born with a tail.

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Folder 4 Mt. Wilson telescope - George Ellery Hale, 1929

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Folder 5 Correspondence U, 1929

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Folder 6 Correspondence V, 1929

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Folder 7 Correspondence W - Wa, 1929. Correspondents include R.L. Waterfield; includes photograph of Vincent Myer's portable sound synthesizer.

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Folder 8 Correspondence We - Wh, 1929

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Folder 9 Correspondence Wi, 1929. Correspondents include Ernest Windle.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Wo - Wy, 1929. Correspondents include Abel Wolman and Francis Carter Wood.

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Folder 1 Correspondence X - Z, 1929. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 2 Carl Zeiss, Inc., 1927-1929. Includes 1927 booklet about the Zeiss Planetarium.

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Folder 3 Correspondence A - Am, 1930. Correspondents include Theodor G. Ahrens; includes promotional material for the Agassiz Association.

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Folder 4 Correspondence An - Ay, 1930

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Folder 5 American Academy ... to American Veterinary ..., 1930

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Folder 6 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1928-1930

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Folder 7 American Society of ..., 1930

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Folder 8 Archaeological exploration from the air, 1930. Telegrams from Neil M. Judd with the Smithsonian Institution - U.S. Army airborne archeological expedition in Arizona.

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Folder 9 Correspondence B - Ba, 1930. Includes advertisement for Bausch and Lomb "Artascope."

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Folder 1 Correspondence Be, 1930. Correspondents include Edward L. Bernays.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1930. Correspondents include Davidson Black and Howard W. Blakeslee.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Br, 1930. Correspondents include Marjorie MacDill Breit, Wilfred Swancourt Bronson, and C.F. Brooks.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Bu - By, 1930. Correspondents include A.H. Kirchhofer.

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Folder 5 Maxim Bing, 1925-1927. Bing was a Science Service correspondent then living in Berlin.

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Folder 6 Maxim Bing, 1928-1930

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Folder 7 Bittinger Project - changeable colors, February 1930. Discussion of a Science Service project to reproduce paintings by Washington artist Charles Bittinger.

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Folder 8 Florence C. Burnell, 1928

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Folder 9 Correspondence C - Ca, 1930

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ce, 1930. Includes advertisements for "Cellulose."

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1930

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Folder 2 Correspondence Co, 1930

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Folder 3 Correspondence Cr - C, 1930

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Folder 4 Columbia Broadcasting System - Science Service talks, April 5, 1929 - September 27, 1929, part 1 of 3

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Folder 5 Columbia Broadcasting System - Science Service talks, April 5, 1929 - September 27, 1929, part 2 of 3

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Folder 6 Columbia Broadcasting System - Science Service talks, April 5, 1929 - September 27, 1929, part 3 of 3

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Folder 7 Current History, 1929

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Folder 1 Current History, January - June 1930

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Folder 2 Current History, July - December 1930

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Folder 3 Correspondence D - De, 1930. Correspondents include J.H. Dellinger and Frances Densmore.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Di - D, 1930. Correspondents include David Dietz.

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Folder 5 William A. Du Puy - Isn't It Odd, 1925-1929

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Folder 6 Correspondence E, 1930. Correspondents include E.G. Eberle.

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Folder 7 George H. Eckhardt, 1930

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Folder 8 Encyclopedia Britannica revisions, 1928-1929

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Folder 9 Everglades - National Park Service survey trip, 1930

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Folder 1 Correspondence F - Fl, 1930. Correspondents include Richard M. Field, John H. Finley, and Morris Fishbein.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Fo - F, 1930. Correspondents include Clyde F. Fordyce.

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Folder 3 Herbert Fox, 1930. Publicity for a clinical medicine laboratory at the Philadelphia Zoological Garden.

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Folder 4 Correspondence G - Gi, 1930

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Folder 5 Correspondence Gl - G, 1930. Correspondents include Roger Baldwin, Serge Glueckmann, Paul Goode, and E.H. Gregory; includes discussion of the Akron accident.

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Folder 6 General Electric Company, 1930

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Folder 7 Robert H. Goddard, 1930. Correspondents include Ivy Lee; discussion of publicity for Goddard's work.

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Folder 8 Mrs. A.W. Gregg, 1930

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Folder 9 Correspondence H - Ha, 1930. Correspondents include E. Newton Harvey.

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Folder 10 Correspondence He - Hi, 1930. Correspondents include N.H. Heck and Julius S. Hellweg; includes discussion of international seismological reporting.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ho - Hy, 1930. Correspondents include Maurice Holland.

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Folder 1 Hebrew University, 1930. Correspondents include Juliette Kahn.

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Folder 2 Holt and Company, 1929-1930. Correspondents include Clyde Fisher, E.B. Delabarre, and H.C. Shetrone; materials related to publication of Magic Spades by M.V.D. Magoffin and Emily C. Davis.

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Folder 3 H.E. Howe, 1930

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Folder 4 Herbert Hungerford and Associates, 1928-1930. Materials related to Science News-Letter circulation.

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Folder 5 Correspondence I, 1930. Correspondents include Henry B. Ward; includes photograph of science hall at Antioch College.

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Folder 6 International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, 1927-1930

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Folder 7 Clarendon Ions, 1925-1929. Discussion of amateur astronomy projects in Florida and development of the Southern Cross Observatory.

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Folder 8 Correspondence J, 1930. Correspondents include H.M. Jennison; includes discussion of proposed Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Folder 9 Correspondence K - Kl, 1930. Correspondents include A.E. Kennelly, A.V. Kidder, S.I. Kreiger, and J.F. Kitt.

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Folder 10 Correspondence K - K, 1930

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Folder 1 Correspondence L - Li, 1930. Correspondents include C.O. Lampland and Alfred C. Lane.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Lo - L, 1930. Correspondents include Frank E. Lutz and Joseph Lynch.

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Folder 3 Correspondence M - Ma, 1930. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal and R.V.D. Magoffin.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mc, 1930

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Folder 5 Correspondence Me, 1930

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mi, 1930. Correspondents include Robert A. Millikan and S.A. Mitchell.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Mo - M, 1930. Correspondents include Horace H.F. Jayne, Warren K. Moorehead, Morton Mott-Smith, F.R. Moulton, and Albert Moyer.

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Folder 1 Correspondence N, 1930

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Folder 2 Newspaper Enterprise Association, January - June 1930. Includes proof sheets for articles sold to NEA.

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Folder 3 Newspaper Enterprise Association, July - December 1930

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Folder 4 Correspondence O, 1930. Correspondents include Charles P. Olivier.

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Folder 5 Correspondence P - Pa, 1930

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Folder 6 Correspondence Pe - Pf, 1930. Correspondents include F.G. Pease; includes photographs of construction of interferometer at Mount Wilson Observatory.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ph - P, 1930

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Folder 1 Correspondence Q, 1930

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Folder 2 Correspondence R - Re, 1930

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ri, 1930

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Folder 4 Correspondence Rk - R, 1930

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Folder 5 Radio - Educational Broadcasting - Department of Interior, Advisory Committee on Education by Radio, 1930

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Folder 6 Radio - Science Service and National Research Council activities, 1924-1929

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Folder 7 Radio - Science Service programs, 1929

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Folder 8 Radio - Science Service programs, 1927-1930

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Folder 9 Radio Service - Martin Codel, August 1930

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Folder 10 Radiovision, 1930. Correspondents include C. Francis Jenkins; photographs of Jenkins and his radiovision device.

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Folder 11 Radiovision - Frist series

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Folder 1 Radiovision - equipment manufacturers, 1928-1929. Correspondents include C. Francis Jenkins, Bond P. Geddes, and Alfred N. Goldsmith; includes advertising brochures and press releases.

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Folder 2 Radiovision - newspaper correspondence, 1928

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Folder 3 Correspondence S - Sc, 1930. Correspondents include Frank M. Schertz and Wilbur L. Schramm; includes advertising material for the Scientific Book Club.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Se - Sl, 1930. Correspondents include William Seifritz, Elizabeth Sidney Semmens, Harlow Shapley, Quincy A. Shaw, Charles A. Shull, and May Preston Slosson.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Sm - Sp, 1930

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Folder 6 Correspondence St - Sw, 1930. Correspondents include Harlan True Stetson, Otto Struve, and Mark Sullivan.

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Folder 7 Scientific American, 1927-1930

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Folder 8 The Scholastic - copy and correspondence

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Folder 1 Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1927-1930. Correspondents include M. Lincoln Schuster.

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Folder 2 Harry L. Smithton, 1926-1930

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Folder 3 Emma Reh Stevenson, 1929-1930

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Folder 4 James Stokley - accident, 1930. Stokley was seriously injured in an automobile accident in California.

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Folder 5 Correspondence T - Th, 1930

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ti - T, 1930

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Folder 7 Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, 1929-1930

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Folder 8 Make Your Own Telescope - A.G. Ingalls, 1930. Includes photographs of telescopes assembled by amateur astronomers.

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Folder 9 Make Your Own Telescope - Ingalls, 1930. Science Service feature with original copy.

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Folder 10 Tomb Curse - Tut Ankh Amon, 1930. Correspondents include James H. Breasted, Howard Carter, and Louis I. Dublin

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Folder 11 Correspondence U, 1930

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Folder 12 Books for the University Society, 1930. Correspondents include David S. Beasley.

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Folder 1 Correspondence V, 1930

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Folder 2 Correspondence W - We, 1930

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Folder 3 Correspondence Wh, 1930

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Folder 4 Correspondence Wi, 1930

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Folder 5 Correspondence Wo - W, 1930

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Folder 6 Washington Society of Engineers - entertainment committee

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Folder 7 S. L. Weedon Company - children's encyclopedia

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Folder 8 Williams and Wilkins Company - Progress in Science

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Folder 9 Correspondence X - Z, 1930

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Folder 10 Correspondence A - Al, 1931

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Folder 11 Correspondence American A... - American I..., 1931

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Folder 1 Correspondence American J... - American Y..., 1931. Includes prospectus for the American Literary Review.

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Folder 2 Correspondence An - A, 1931

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Folder 3 Correspondence B - Ba, 1931. Correspondents include Thomas Barbour.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Be, 1931. Correspondents include J. Harlan Bretz and Wilfred Swancourt Bronson.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bi - Bl, 1931

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Folder 6 Correspondence Bo, 1931

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Folder 7 Correspondence Br, 1931

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Folder 8 Correspondence Bu - B, 1931

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Folder 9 Charles Bittinger - The Battle of Black and Blue, 1931. Artist's description of naval training exercises near the Panama Canal.

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Folder 10 Aldine R. Bird, 1931

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Folder 11 Clarence A. Boddie, 1931

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Folder 1 Correspondence C - Ca, 1931. Correspondents include Walter B. Cannon.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ce - Cl, 1931

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Folder 3 Correspondence Co, 1931. Correspondents include Edwin G. Conklin.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Cr - C, 1931

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Folder 5 Louise L. Cassidy, 1928-1931

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Folder 6 J. McKeen Cattell, 1930-1931

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Folder 7 Cosmic Data - replies to Sunday query, 1931

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Folder 8 Cosmos Club, 1928-1931

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Folder 9 Cosmos Club - entertainment committee, 1928-1930. Correspondents include Charles G. Abbot.

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Folder 10 Current History, January - June 1931

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Folder 1 Current History, July - December 1931

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Folder 2 Correspondence D - De, 1931. Correspondents include Lee De Forest and Forest Densmore.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Di - Dr, 1931. Correspondents include Raymond L. Ditmars.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Du - D, 1931. Correspondents include Knight Dunlap.

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Folder 5 Correspondence E - El, 1931. Includes Eastern Air Transport brochures and souvenir maps.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Em - Ez, 1931. Correspondents include Fred W. Emerson.

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Folder 7 George H. Eckhardt, 1931. Includes photograph of John Rogan.

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Folder 8 Thomas A. Edison, 1931. Evaluation of his work by leaders of science.

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Folder 9 Edison-Slosson interview, 1925. Correspondents include Thomas Alva Edison; discussion of the future of science and invention.

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Folder 10 Correspondence F - Fo, 1931. Correspondents include Richard M. Field and Isaak Walton League; includes discussion about government control of information and about the popularization of geology.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Fr - Fy, 1931. Correspondents include George D. Fuller; includes Siemens "Kataskop" trade literature.

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Folder 2 Correspondence G - Gi, 1931

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Folder 3 Correspondence Gl - G, 1931

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Folder 4 Correspondence H - Ha, 1931. Correspondents include George Ellery Hale and Robert T. Hance.

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Folder 5 Correspondence He - Hi, 1931. Correspondents include Selig Hecht and H.V. Heilbrunn.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ho - Hy, 1931. Correspondents include Lydiard H. Horton, H.E. Howe, and W.J. Humphreys; includes discussion of the interpretation of dreams.

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Folder 7 Harper's Magazine - Frederic Lewis Allen, 1930-1931

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Folder 8 The Hebrew University, 1931

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Folder 1 Henry Holt and Company - Ancient Americans - Emily C. Davis, 1930. Correspondents include Arthur Woodward.

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Folder 2 Henry Holt and Company - Ancient Americans - Emily C. Davis, 1931-1934. Correspondents include Frances Densmore, Emma Reh, and William E. Ritter.

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Folder 3 Jane Howard, 1931

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Folder 4 A. Brazier Howell, 1931. Correspondents include Francis Harper; discussion of the methods being used by the U.S. Biological Survey.

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Folder 5 Correspondence I, 1931

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Folder 6 Correspondence J, 1931

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ka - Ki, 1931

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Folder 8 Correspondence Kl - K, 1931

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Folder 9 Correspondence L - Le, 1931. Correspondents include Alfred C. Lane.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Li, 1931. Correspondents include Burton E. Livingston.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ll - Ly, 1931

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Folder 2 Correspondence M - Ma, 1931. Includes press reports of Albert Einstein's Unified Field Theory.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Mc, 1931

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Folder 4 Correspondence Me, 1931. Correspondents include H.L. Mencken and John C. Merriam.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mi, 1931. Correspondents include Walter C. Miles and Francis Trevelyan Miller.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mo - My, 1931

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Folder 7 Macmillan Company, 1931

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Folder 8 Requests for membership lists, 1931

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Folder 9 Correspondence N - Na, 1931

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ne - N, 1931

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Folder 1 Newspaper Enterprise Association - correspondence, January - June 1931. Science Service writers pitch story ideas to Peter Edson, Editor of Everyweek, and receive feedback; similar content may be found in other folders for Newspaper Enterprise Association.

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Folder 2 Newspaper Enterprise Association - correspondence, July - December 1931

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Folder 3 Newspaper Enterprise Association - feature schedule, 1930-1931

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Folder 4 Newspaper Enterprise Association - Steinfeld, 1931

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Folder 5 Newspaper Features Ltd., 1931

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1931. Correspondents include William F. Ogburn.

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Folder 7 Correspondence P - Pa, 1931. Includes correspondence relating to the American Medical Association investigation of A.J. Pacini.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Pe - Ph, 1931

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Folder 9 Correspondence Pi - P, 1931

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Folder 10 R.L. Polk Printing Company, 1930-1931

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Folder 1 Popular Mechanics, 1930-1931

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Folder 2 Postal Telegraph Company, January - June 1931. Correspondence, rate sheets, and station listings for cable and telegraph service.

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Folder 3 Postal Telegraph Company, July - December 1931. Correspondence, rate sheets, and station listings for cable and telegraph service.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Q, 1931

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Folder 5 Correspondence R - Ra, 1931

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Folder 6 Correspondence Re - Ri, 1931. Correspondents include William E. Ritter and DeWitt Wallace.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ro, 1931

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Folder 8 Correspondence Ru - Ry, 1931

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Folder 9 Radio - Science News of the Week, 1931

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Folder 10 Rife-Kendall microscope, 1931. News reports of research in bacteriology by Royal Raymond Rife and Arthur Isaac Kendall.

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Folder 11 Charles F. Roos, 1931. Criticism of Science Service reporting.

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Folder 12 Correspondence S - Sc, 1931. Correspondents include E.O. Salant, John T. Scopes, and Robert P. Scripps.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1931. Correspondents include Paul B. Sears, Elizabeth Sidney Semmens, and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Si - Sm, 1931. Includes copy of May Preston Slosson's poem written in honor of William E. Ritter's 75th birthday.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sn - Sq, 1931

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Folder 4 Correspondence St - S, 1931. Correspondents include Charles W. Stiles.

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Folder 5 The Scholastic - correspondence, January - June 1931

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Folder 6 The Scholastic - correspondence, August - December 1931

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Folder 7 Science Service research announcements - correspondence and subscription lists, 1930-1931. Includes discussion of project to coordinate the reporting of cosmic data, seismological events, and archeological discoveries.

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Folder 1 Scientific American

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Folder 2 Correspondence T - Th, 1931

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ti - T, 1931

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Folder 4 William Thompson, 1931

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Folder 5 Correspondence U, 1931

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Folder 6 Correspondence V, 1931

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Folder 7 Correspondence Wa, 1931. Correspondents include David Lindsay Watson.

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Folder 8 Correspondence We, 1931

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Folder 9 Correspondence Wh - Wm, 1931

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Folder 10 Correspondence Wo - W, 1931. Correspondents include Robert Williams Wood and C.C. Wylie.

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Folder 11 Correspondence X - Z, 1931

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Folder 12 Correspondence A - Al, 1932. Correspondents include Horace M. Albright.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Am - A, 1932. Correspondents include Roy Chapman Andrews.

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Folder 2 American Association for the Advancement of Science booklist - Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1929-1931

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Folder 3 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, Pasadena, California, June 16-20, 1932. Includes anti-vivisection literature.

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Folder 4 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1931-1932. Includes discussion of nature conservation.

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Folder 5 American A... - American I..., 1932

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Folder 6 American J... - American Z..., 1932

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Folder 7 American Chemical Society, 1931-1932

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Folder 8 American Eugenics Society, Inc., 1931-1932

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Folder 9 Applications for director of Science Service, 1929

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Folder 10 Correspondence B - Ba, 1932. Correspondents include Albert G. Barrows and W.W. Bauer.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Be - Bi, 1932. Correspondents include Charles Bittinger.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1932. Correspondents include A.F. Blakeslee, Marston T. Bogert, Charles W. Bowles, and Isaiah Bowman.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Br, 1932. Correspondents include Detlev W. Bronk, Wilfred Swancourt Bronson, Charles F. Brooks, and Bob Brown; includes sketch by Bronson and photograph of W.F. Meggers.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bu - By, 1932

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Folder 4 Maxim Bing, 1931-1932. Bing was a German scientist who served as a stringer for Science Service; includes photographs of Bruno Lange and his "sun-motor" and microphotometer.

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Folder 5 Madelin Blitzstein, 1931-1932

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Folder 6 Correspondence C - Cam, 1932. Correspondents include D.H.N. Caley.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Can - Ce, 1932. Correspondents include John C. Merriam; includes copy of Ralph C. Carter's chain letter.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1932. Correspondents include Charles J. Chamberlain.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Co, 1932. Correspondents include Arthur H. Compton, Karl T. Compton, Henry S. Conard, and W.D. Coolidge.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Cr - C, 1932. Correspondents include Charles F. Roos.

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Folder 1 C.A. Chant, 1931-1932

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Folder 2 Austin H. Clark, 1931-1933

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Folder 3 Cornelia Clarke, 1931-1932

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Folder 4 Victor Cofman, 1931-1932. Science Service stringer in England.

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Folder 5 Humphrey Colver, 1931-1932

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Folder 6 L.R. Combs, 1931-1932

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Folder 7 Henry S. Conard, 1931-1932

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Folder 8 Current History, 1932

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Folder 9 Correspondence D - Da, 1932

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Folder 10 Correspondence De - Di, 1932

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Folder 11 Correspondence Do - D, 1932

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Folder 12 Watson Davis, 1931-1932

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Folder 13 Correspondence E - El, 1932

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Folder 14 Correspondence Em - Ez, 1932

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Folder 1 George H. Eckhardt, 1932

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Folder 2 Amateur observations of August 31, 1932, eclipse

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Folder 3 Correspondence F - Fl, 1932

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Folder 4 Correspondence Fo - F, 1932. Correspondents include J.W. Foster and George D. Fuller; includes copy of Robert Foucher's "blueprint for life."

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Folder 5 E.N. Fallaize, 1932

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Folder 6 Harold M. Farkas, 1932

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Folder 7 Carroll Lane Fenton, 1931-1932

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Folder 8 Arthur L. Fox, 1931

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Folder 9 Correspondence G - Gl, 1932. Correspondents include Melvin R. Gilmore.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Go, 1932

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Folder 11 Correspondence Gr - G, 1932. Correspondents include Hugh Duncan Grant.

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Folder 12 General Electric Company, 1931-1932. Includes photographs of C.N. Moore and C.P. Haskins.

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Folder 13 Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. Cooperation with Science Service on eclipse observation, August 31, 1932.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ha, 1932. Correspondents include Robert T. Hance and Hornell Hart.

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Folder 2 Correspondence He - Hi, 1932

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ho - Hou, 1932. Correspondents include A.D. Hopkins.

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Folder 4 Correspondence How - H, 1932. Correspondents include Janet Howard, L.O. Howard, H.E. Howe, Ales Hrdlicka, and Clark L. Hull; includes list of contemporary American science popularizers.

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Folder 5 Hebrew University, 1932. Correspondents include Julietta Kahn and the American Friends of the Hebrew University.

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Folder 6 W.H. Howell, 1931-1932

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Folder 7 Correspondence I, 1932

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Folder 8 Next Great Invention Series, 1932. This series of exclusive brief interviews celebrated the opening of the new U.S. Patent Office; includes list of proposed interview subjects, and photostats of historical patents.

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Folder 9 Correspondence J - Ji, 1932. Correspondents include Bernard Jaffe.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Jo - J, 1932. Correspondents include E.H. Johnson and Martin Johnson; includes Johnson's discussion of faking in nature films.

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Folder 2 E. Dudley Johnson, 1932

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Folder 3 Correspondence K - Ki, 1932. Correspondents include Waldemar Kaempffert, Julietta Kahn, and A.E. Kennelly.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Kl - K, 1932. Correspondents include Alfred Korzybski.

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Folder 5 Charles King, 1931-1932

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Folder 6 Correspondence La, 1932. Correspondents include Arthur Holmes and Alfred C. Lane; copy of Lane's optical illusion Christmas card.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Le, 1932. Correspondents include John Parker.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Li - L, 1932. Correspondents include Mark H. Liddell.

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Folder 9 Correspondence M - Man, 1932. Correspondents include D.T. MacDougal and James B. Macelwane.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Mar - Maz, 1932

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mc, 1932

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Folder 2 Correspondence Me, 1932

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Folder 3 Correspondence Mi, 1932. Correspondents include Robert A. Millikan.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mo - M, 1932

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Folder 5 Museums, 1931-1932

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Folder 6 Museums - American Museum of Natural History, 1931-1932

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Folder 7 Museums - Field Museum of Natural History, 1931-1932. Correspondents include Henry Field.

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Folder 8 Museums - University of Pennsylvania Museum, 1931-1932

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Folder 9 Correspondence Na, 1932

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ne, 1932

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ni - Nu, 1932

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Folder 12 National Research Council, 1931-1932

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Folder 13 National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1931-1932

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Folder 14 Nature, 1931-1932

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Folder 1 Correspondence O, 1932. Correspondents include Charles P. Olivier.

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Folder 2 L. Outhwaite - science film proposal, 1931. Proposal for a series of films to be called "Adventures in Science;" Science Service's Executive Committee decided not to produce the films.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Pa, 1932. Correspondents include Bradley M. Patten.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Pe - Ph, 1932. Correspondents include Marlen E. Pew; includes a list of newspaper and syndicate science editors in 1932.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pi - Po, 1932

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Folder 6 Correspondence Pr - P, 1932

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Folder 7 N.A. Parkinson, 1932

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Folder 8 Science Service phonograph records, 1931-1932. Includes proofs and mock-ups for booklet to accompany records; includes addresses by Leo H. Baekeland, Karl T. Compton, Edwin G. Conklin, William Mann, John C. Merriam, Robert A. Millikan, and William H. Welch.

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Folder 9 Science Service phonograph records - promotion, 1932

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Folder 10 R. L. Polk Printing Company, 1932

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Folder 11 Postal Telegraph and Cable Company, 1932. Includes brochures.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Q, 1932

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Folder 13 Question-and-answer service by telegraph or telephone, 1932. Science Service proposed to establish an "expert" service in cooperation with Postal Telegraph and Cable Company.

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Folder 1 Correspondence R - Rh, 1932

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ri, 1932. Correspondents include Willard J. Fisher, Mark E. Ridge, and William E. Ritter.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ro, 1932. Correspondents include Charles F. Roos.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ru - R, 1932

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Folder 5 Radio in Education - miscellaneous educational activities, 1931-1932. Includes a list of Science Service radio talks, March 1930 to January 1931.

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Folder 6 Radio in Education - pamphlets

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Folder 7 Radio Talks - responses to queries

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Folder 8 Emma Reh, 1931-1932. Correspondence and reports from archeological expeditions in Mexico; discussion of Monte Alban treasure.

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Folder 9 Correspondence S - Sch, 1932

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sci - Se, 1932

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sh - Sk, 1932. Includes order form for "sanforized" shirts, with sample material; 1932 airline brochures; advertising material for American Outpost and Wet Parade; correspondents include Charles A. Shull and Upton Sinclair.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sl - Sn, 1932

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Folder 4 Correspondence So - Sp, 1932. Brochure for Woodmen of the World Insurance Company.

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Folder 5 Correspondence St, 1932. Correspondents include Harlan Stetson and French Strother.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Su - Sw, 1932

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Folder 7 The Scholastic, 1932

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Folder 8 Science News Letter criticisms, 1929

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Folder 9 Scientific Monthly, 1932. Drafts of Frank Thone's feature articles for the magazine.

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Folder 10 George H. Shull, 1931-1932. Research on Japanese beetles; includes four photographs of double evening primroses taken by Shull and signed portrait photograph of Shull.

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Folder 11 James S. Stokley, 1932. Correspondence about his star maps; includes copies of corrected maps.

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Folder 12 Isabelle F. Story, 1931-1932

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ta - Th, 1932. Correspondents include Charles Fitzhugh Talman; includes proofs of Talman's "Speaking of the Weather" articles.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ti - T, 1932. Correspondents include Lloyd W. Taylor.

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Folder 3 Lloyd W. Taylor, 1930-1931

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Folder 4 Teletypewriter Service, 1931

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Folder 5 Lee Trenholm, 1931-1932

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Folder 6 Frederic L. Troyer, 1931-1932

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Folder 7 Correspondence U, 1932. Includes Martin Johnson's comments about the film Ubangi.

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Folder 8 United Press - Washington bureau, 1930-1931. Correspondents include Raymond Clapper.

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Folder 9 Correspondence V, 1932. Correspondents include James Van Allen.

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Folder 10 Vacation schedules, 1932

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Folder 11 Andrew Voynow, 1931-1932

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Folder 12 Correspondence Wa, 1932

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Folder 13 Correspondence We - Wh, 1932

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Folder 14 Correspondence Wi, 1932

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Folder 15 Correspondence Wo - W, 1932. Correspondents include M.M. Wolff; includes discussion of conditions in Germany.

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Folder 16 Washington Academy of Science, 1932. Suggestions for Joseph Henry lectures.

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Folder 17 Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1931-1932

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Folder 1 Howard Wheeler, 1931-1932. Wheeler's proposal to represent Science Service with potential newspaper, radio, and film clients.

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Folder 2 Correspondence X - Z, 1932. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 3 Correspondence A - Al, 1933. Correspondents include Walter C. Alvarez.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Am, 1933

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Folder 5 Correspondence An - A, 1933. Correspondents include Margaret Arnold; description of life at a ranger station in Yellowstone Park.

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Folder 6 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1933. Includes discussion of rising anti-Semitism and the economic situation in Germany.

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Folder 7 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1933

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Folder 8 American Museum of Natural History, 1933

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Folder 9 American-Swedish News Exchange, Inc., 1933

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Folder 10 Oliver Arata, 1933

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ba, 1933

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Folder 12 Correspondence Be - Bi, 1933. Includes Charles Bittinger's firsthand account of earthquake.

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Folder 13 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1933

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Folder 14 Correspondence Br, 1933. Correspondents include J. Harlen Bretz and Wilfred Swancourt Bronson.

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Folder 15 Correspondence Bu - B, 1933

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Folder 1 Maxim Bing, 1933. Bing had left Germany and was living Switzerland; includes his letters soliciting help for Hans J. Fuchs.

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Folder 2 Isaiah Bowman, 1933

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Folder 3 Charles F. Brooks, 1933

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Folder 4 William Moseley Brown, 1932-1933. Includes discussion of Ulrich Expedition to South America.

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Folder 5 Correspondence C - Ca, 1933. Correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell and Ware Cattell.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ce - Ci, 1933. Correspondents include John H. Chase; discussion of American Nature-Study Club.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Cl - Con, 1933. Correspondents include Arthur H. Compton.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Coo - C, 1933. Correspondents include Harold J. Coolidge.

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Folder 9 D.H.N. Caley, 1933. Correspondents include William H. Howell.

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Folder 10 Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1933

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Folder 11 J. McKeen Cattell, 1933. Includes information about how Science Service handled the banking crisis.

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Folder 12 Cornelia Clarke, 1933

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Folder 13 Victor Cofman, 1933. Correspondents include Hans Mark.

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Folder 1 Cosmos Club, 1932-1933. Correspondents include Charles Bittinger.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Da, 1933. Correspondents include Emily C. Davis.

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Folder 3 Correspondence De - Di, 1933. Correspondents include Frances Densmore and David Dietz.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Do - D, 1933. Correspondents include Phillippa Duckworth.

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Folder 5 Eric N. Davis, 1933. Science Service stringer in England.

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Folder 6 Watson Davis, 1933

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Folder 7 Correspondence E - El, 1933

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Folder 8 Correspondence Em - E, 1933. Correspondents include Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars.

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Folder 9 Earthquake code revision, January 1933

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Folder 10 Eastman Kodak Company, 1933. Includes discussion of Vollenda camera and Panatomic film.

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Folder 11 George H. Eckhardt, 1933. Science Service stringer in Philadelphia.

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Folder 12 Julius C. Edelstein, 1933. Science Service stringer in Madison, Wisconsin.

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Folder 13 Correspondence F - Fi, 1933. Correspondents include Richard M. Field; includes discussion of George Washington Carver's research and suggestions for how to publicize biology meetings.

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Folder 14 Correspondence Fl - F, 1933. Correspondents include J.W. Foster and Leon A. Fox.

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Folder 15 E.N. Fallaize, 1933. Science Service stringer in England.

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Folder 16 Harold M. Farkas, 1933. Science Service stringer in Miami, Florida.

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Folder 17 Field Museum of Natural History, 1933

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Folder 18 H.A. Freeman, 1933. Science Service stringer in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Folder 19 Correspondence G - Ge, 1933. Includes prospectus for John K. Galleher's expedition to South Sea Islands.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Gi - Gra, 1933

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Folder 2 Correspondence Gre - G, 1933

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Folder 3 Haldane Gee, 1933. Canadian stringer for Science Service.

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Folder 4 General Electric Company, 1933

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Folder 5 Correspondence H - Ha, 1933. Correspondents include Ansel F. Hall, Robert T. Hance, and Ralph M. Harper; includes description and map of 1933 Rainbow Bridge - Monument Valley Expedition.

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Folder 6 Correspondence He - Hi, 1933. Correspondents include Selig Hecht.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ho, 1933. Correspondents include L.O. Howard and H.E. Howe.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Hu - H, 1933

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Folder 9 Hebrew University, 1933

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Folder 10 William H. Howell, 1933

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Folder 11 W.J. Humphreys, 1933

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Folder 12 Correspondence I, 1933

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Folder 13 Correspondence J, 1933

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Folder 1 E. Dudley Johnson, 1933

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Folder 2 Correspondence K - Kh, 1933. Correspondents include Waldemar Kaempffert.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ki - K, 1933. Correspondents include A.V. Kidder.

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Folder 4 Charles King, 1933

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Folder 5 Theodore Koppanyi - Cosmos Club membership, 1933

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Folder 6 Correspondence L - La, 1933. Correspondents include Cornelius Lanczos and Alfred C. Lane.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Le, 1933. Correspondents include B.D. Leith and Clifford S. Leonard.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Li - L, 1933. Correspondents include Alfred L. Loomis.

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Folder 9 R.M. Langer, 1932-1933. Physicist at California Institute of Technology who was a regular contributor to Science Service.

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Folder 10 Millard Langfeld, 1933

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Folder 11 Claude Lillingston, 1932-1933. Science Service contributor in Paris who focused on medicine and zoology.

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Folder 12 F.E. Lloyd, 1933. Science Service stringer in Quebec.

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Folder 13 Correspondence M - Man, 1933. Correspondents include Theodor A. Maass and Julius Stieglitz.

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Folder 14 Correspondence Mar - May, 1933. Correspondents include Richard O. Marsh.

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Folder 15 Correspondence Mc, 1933

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Folder 16 Correspondence Me, 1933

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mi, 1933. Correspondents include Walter R. Miles.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mo - M, 1933

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Folder 3 Marjorie MacDill Breit, 1931-1932

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Folder 4 McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1933

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Folder 5 Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1933

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Folder 6 James W. Mitchell, 1933

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Folder 7 Modern Medicine, 1933

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Folder 8 James Montagnes, 1933

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Folder 9 Museums, 1933

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Folder 10 Correspondence N, 1933

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Folder 11 National Research Council, 1933

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Folder 12 Newspaper Enterprise Association correspondence, January - September 1933

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Folder 13 Newspaper Enterprise Association correspondence, October - December 1933

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Folder 14 Newspaper Enterprise Association - E. E. Stanton, 1933

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Folder 15 Newspaper Enterprise Association - nature series by Frank Thone, August 1933

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Folder 16 Correspondence O, 1933

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Folder 17 Flora Orr, 1933

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Folder 18 Correspondence P - Pe, 1933. Correspondents include James E. Peabody.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Pf - P, 1933

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Folder 2 N.A. Parkinson, 1933

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Folder 3 R.L. Polk Printing Company, 1933

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Folder 4 Popular Mechanics Magazine, 1933

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Folder 5 Postal Telegraph and Cable Company

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Folder 6 Correspondence Q, 1933

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Folder 7 Correspondence R - Ri, 1933. Correspondents include Oscar Riddle and William E. Ritter; includes instructions to I.I. Rabi regarding James Franck's arrival in New York.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Ro - R, 1933. Correspondents include George Roemmert; includes draft and final copy of Watson Davis letter to U.S. Secretary of Commerce outlining rationale for government support of scientific research as "public works," and a description of the Microvivarium at the Century of Progress exhibition.

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Folder 9 Gabrielle Rabel, 1932-1933. Science Service contributor living in Germany.

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Folder 10 Emma Reh, 1933

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Folder 11 G. Ross Robertson, 1933

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Folder 12 Rockefeller Foundation, 1933

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Folder 13 Correspondence Sa, 1933

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Folder 14 Correspondence Sc, 1933

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Folder 15 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1933. Correspondents include Paul B. Sears and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Si - Sm, 1933. Correspondents include Thomas L. Sidlo; includes discussion of reductions in federal research funding.

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Folder 2 Correspondence So - Sp, 1933. Correspondents include John Sorrells.

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Folder 3 Correspondence St - Ste, 1933

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Folder 4 Correspondence Sti - St, 1933. Correspondents include Otto Struve.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Su - S, 1933

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Folder 6 Pasadena Bureau of Science Service, 1931

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Folder 7 Nathaniel Sherman, 1933

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Folder 8 Robert G. Silbar, 1933

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Folder 9 Frederick Sillers, Jr., 1933

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Folder 10 Harry L. Smithton, 1933

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Folder 11 Soviet Photo Agency, 1933

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Folder 12 James S. Stokley, 1933

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Folder 13 Isabelle F. Story, 1933

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Folder 14 Correspondence T - Th, 1933. Correspondents include Charles Fitzhugh Talman and L.L. Thurstone.

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Folder 15 Correspondence Ti - T, 1933. Correspondents include Rexford G. Tugwell.

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Folder 16 E.H. Tripp, 1933

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Folder 17 Correspondence U, 1933

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Folder 18 Correspondence V, 1933. Correspondents include Abraham Flexner and Oswald Veblen.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wa, 1933. Correspondents include Henry B. Ward and David Lindsay Watson; includes discussion of politics and astrology.

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Folder 2 Correspondence We - Wh, 1933

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Folder 3 Correspondence Wi, 1933

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Folder 4 Correspondence Wo - W, 1933

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Folder 5 Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1933

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Folder 6 Women in government scientific research, 1933. Correspondents include Lyman J. Briggs; includes names, pay grades, salaries, and job descriptions for women employed as scientists in the federal government; the information was requested by the White House.

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Folder 7 Correspondence X - Z, 1933. Correspondents include Joseph G. Yoshioka.

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Folder 8 Correspondence A - Al, 1934. Correspondents include R.G. Aitken.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Am - A, 1934. Correspondents include Margaret Arnold; includes discussion of early release of medical journals.

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Folder 10 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1934

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Folder 11 American A... - American I..., 1934

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Folder 12 American J... - American Z..., 1934

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Folder 13 American Association for Adult Education, 1932-1934. Correspondents include Benjamin C. Gruenberg; Watson Davis assisted in arranging a meeting to discuss Gruenberg's report about the role of science in adult education.

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Folder 1 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1934

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Folder 2 American-Swedish News Exchange, Inc., 1934

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Folder 3 Correspondence B - Ba, 1934. Includes John Held, Jr., advertising booklet for the Barbizon-Plaza Hotel.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Be, 1934. Correspondents include Francis G. Benedict.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1934. Correspondents include Charles Bittinger and Dmitri Borodin.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Bra - Bri, 1934. Correspondents include Charles Breasted.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Bro - B, 1934. Correspondents include Wilfred Swancourt Bronson.

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Folder 8 Howard A. Bandy, 1933-1934. Correspondents include Harry L. Smithton.

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Folder 9 Maxim Bing, 1934

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Folder 10 Marjorie MacDill Breit, 1934

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Folder 11 Calvin B. Bridges, 1934

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Folder 12 Correspondence Ca - Ce, 1934. Correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell and Leonard Carmichael.

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Folder 13 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1934. Correspondents include William E. Ritter.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Co, 1934. Correspondents include Arthur H. Compton and Henry S. Conard; includes draft incorporation papers for Research Associates.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Cr - C, 1934

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Folder 3 D.H.N. Caley, 1934. Science Service stringer in England.

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Folder 4 Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1934

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Folder 5 J. McKeen Cattell, 1934

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Folder 6 Victor Cofman, 1934

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Folder 7 Cosmos Club, 1934

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Folder 8 R.E. Cowrick - sun and moon tables, 1933-1934. Proposal for a new feature.

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Folder 9 Correspondence D - Dh, 1934. Correspondents include John P. Delaney and Frances Densmore.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Di - D, 1934. Correspondents include David Dietz and Knight Dunlap.

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Folder 1 Watson Davis, 1934. Internal staff memos and telegrams.

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Folder 2 Correspondence E, 1934

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Folder 3 George H. Eckhardt, 1934

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Folder 4 Julius Edelstein, 1934

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Folder 5 R.B. Eskil, 1934. Includes December 1933 issue of Our Native Landscape.

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Folder 6 Correspondence F - Fi, 1934. Correspondents include Carroll Lane Fenton.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Fl - F, 1934. Correspondents include Isaiah Bowman and Arthur L. Fox.

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Folder 8 Wesley Fuller, 1934

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Folder 9 Correspondence G - Ge, 1934. Correspondents include Arnold Gesell.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1934

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Folder 11 Correspondence Gr - G, 1934

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Folder 1 General Electric Company, 1934

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ha, 1934. Correspondents include Ansel Franklin Hall.

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Folder 3 Correspondence He - Hi, 1934. Correspondents include Hilda H. Heller and Yandell Henderson; includes trade literature for Hertz Driv-Ur-Self.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ho, 1934. Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Hu - H, 1934

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Folder 6 Hebrew University, 1934

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Folder 7 W.H. Howell, 1934

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Folder 8 Correspondence I, 1934. Correspondents include Albert G. Ingalls; includes first two issues (1933) of The Science Forum.

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Folder 9 Correspondence J, 1934

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Folder 10 Correspondence K - Ke, 1934

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ki - K, 1934

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Folder 1 Hans F. Kutschbach, 1934

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Folder 2 Correspondence L - Le, 1934

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Folder 3 Correspondence Li - L, 1934. Correspondents include Frank Lorimer.

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Folder 4 R.M. Langer, 1934. Includes discussion of recent developments in atomic physics and geophysics.

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Folder 5 Correspondence M - Ma, 1934

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mc, 1934

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Folder 7 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1934

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Folder 8 Correspondence Mo - M, 1934. Correspondents include Warren K. Moorehead, O.H. Mowrer, and H.J. Muller.

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Folder 9 T.A. Maas, 1934. Science Service stringer in Germany.

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Folder 1 The Memphis Press-Scimitar, June 1934. Correspondents include Edward J. Meeman; includes discussion of the safety of pyrethrum-based pesticides.

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Folder 2 James Montagnes, 1934

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Folder 3 Ulric Moore, 1934

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Folder 4 Morton Mott-Smith, 1934. Former physics professor of Watson Davis and Helen Miles Davis who was then acting as a regular contributor; he later joined the staff in Washington, D.C.

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Folder 5 Museums, 1934

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Folder 6 Museums - American Museum of Natural History, 1934

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Folder 7 Museums - Field Museum of Natural History, 1934

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Folder 8 Correspondence N - Net, 1934

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Folder 9 Correspondence New - N, 1934. Correspondents include H.H. Nininger.

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Folder 10 National Association of Science Writers, 1934

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Folder 11 Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1934

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Folder 12 Correspondence O, 1934

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Folder 13 Flora G. Orr, 1934. Science Service's Congressional correspondent.

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Folder 14 Correspondence P - Pe, 1934. Correspondents include Linus Pauling, George A. Pettitt, and Marlen Pew.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ph - P, 1934. Correspondents include Richard D. Pough; includes criticism of plans for National Association for Science Writers, and discussion of establishment of Pennsylvania hawk sanctuary.

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Folder 2 Theophilus S. Painter, 1934

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Folder 3 Nellie A. Parkinson, 1934

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Folder 4 Postal Telegraph and Cable Company, 1934

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Folder 5 Correspondence Q, 1934

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Folder 6 Correspondence R - Re, 1934

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Folder 7 Correspondences Rh - Rod, 1934. Correspondents include J.B. Rhine and Stephen Richarz.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Roe - R, 1934. Correspondents include George Roemmert and Henry Norris Russell.

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Folder 9 Gabrielle Rabel

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Folder 10 Rainbow Bridge - Monument Valley expedition, June 1934

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Folder 11 Emma Reh, 1934

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Folder 12 G. Ross Robertson

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Folder 13 Leonard G. Rowntree and Adolph M. Hanson, 1934. Correspondents include Judson Daland and Lafayette B. Mendel; includes notes and draft stories about research on thymus gland extract.

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Folder 1 Correspondence S - Sch, 1934. Brochure for Saga.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sci - Se, 1934

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sh - Sl, 1934. Correspondents include Richard E. Shope, Charles A. Shull, and Preston Slosson.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Sm - Sq, 1934

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Folder 5 Correspondence St - S, 1934. Correspondents include Albert Szent-Gyorgi.

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Folder 6 St. Louis Editorial Service, 1934

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Folder 7 Otto Schmidt, 1934. Reception at Soviet Embassy for Director of Arctic Institute and leader of Cheluskin Arctic Expedition; Science Service arranged meetings with Washington scientists.

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Folder 8 Nathaniel Sherman, 1934

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Folder 9 R.G. Silbar, 1934

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Folder 10 Harry L. Smithton, 1934

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Folder 11 John Sorrells, 1934

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Folder 12 Sovfoto, 1934. Material on Soviet photo agency.

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Folder 13 Staff memoranda, 1934. Discussion of staff responsibilities and institutional policies.

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Folder 1 James S. Stokley, 1934

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Folder 2 James S. Stokley, 1931-1932. Contract and sample star maps; Stokley had moved to Franklin Institute but continued to write the weekly star map for Science Service.

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Folder 3 Isabelle F. Story, 1934

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Folder 4 Correspondence T - Th, 1934

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ti - T, 1934. Correspondents include Roger W. Toll.

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Folder 6 Frank Thone, 1933-1934. Interoffice memos; Thone's articles about a stratosphere balloon ascent, cinch bugs, and drought in the Midwestern United States.

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Folder 7 Correspondence U, 1934

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Folder 8 United Press - Berlin, 1934

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Folder 9 Correspondence V, 1934. Correspondents include S.S. Visscher.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Wa, 1934

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Folder 1 Correspondence We - Wh, 1934. Includes information on maternal mortality.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Wi - W, 1934. Correspondents include George N. Wolcott.

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Folder 3 William Allen Ward, 1934

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Folder 4 Mildred Whitcomb, 1934

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Folder 5 W.A. Whitney, 1934

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Folder 6 John H. Williams, 1933-1934

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Folder 7 Correspondence X - Z, 1934. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 8 X-Club, 1930-1933. Washington political and social issues discussion group.

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Folder 9 Correspondence A - Am, 1935. Correspondents include Hans C. Adamson and Walter C. Alvarez.

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Folder 10 Correspondence An - A, 1935

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Folder 11 American A... - American J..., 1935

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Folder 12 American M... - American Z..., 1935

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Folder 13 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1935. Includes discussion of status of nature protection laws in Germany.

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Folder 1 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1935

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Folder 2 Journal of the American Medical Association, 1935. Correspondents include Walter C. Alvarez.

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Folder 3 Correspondence B - Ba, 1935. Correspondents include Henry A. Barton, C. Max Bauer, and Charles C. Lauritsen; includes discussion of news coverage of physics.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Be, 1935. Correspondents include Walter Bennett and Elmer T. Peterson; includes discussion of waterfowl refuges.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1935. Correspondents include Calvin B. Bridges and Bruce Bliven.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Br - B, 1935. Correspondents include Marjorie MacDill Breit, J. Harlen Bretz, Calvin B. Bridges, Wilfred Swancourt Bronson, and Barnum Brown; includes photographs of murals being painted for the biology building at George Williams College in Chicago, with information that their designs were inspired by Science Service publications.

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Folder 7 Maxim Bing, 1935

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Folder 8 Isaiah Bowman, 1935

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Folder 9 Correspondence C - Ca, 1935. Correspondents include Leonard Carmichael.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ce - Cl, 1935. Correspondents include Austin H. Clark and Frederic E. Clements; includes draft articles on fur pelt prices in 1726 and 1753.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Co - Cop, 1935

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Folder 2 Correspondence Cor - C, 1935

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Folder 3 Donald Caley

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Folder 4 Orestes H. Caldwell, 1934-1935

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Folder 5 J. McKeen Cattell, 1935

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Folder 6 Cornelia Clarke, 1934-1935

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Folder 7 Victor Cofman, 1935

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Folder 8 Columbia Broadcasting System - "America's Hour," 1935. Correspondents include Max Wylie.

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Folder 9 Cosmos Club, 1935

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Folder 10 Correspondence D - De, 1935

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Folder 11 Correspondence Di - D, 1935. Correspondents include Russell Doubleday.

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Folder 12 Watson Davis, 1935

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Folder 13 High protein reducing diet - Anna E. Boller

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Folder 1 Correspondence E - El, 1935

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Folder 2 Correspondence Em - E, 1935

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Folder 3 Eastman Kodak Company, 1934-1935

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Folder 4 George H. Eckhardt, 1935

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Folder 5 Julius Edelstein, 1935

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Folder 6 Correspondence F - Fi, 1935

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Folder 7 Correspondence Fl - F, 1935

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Folder 8 E.N. Fallaize, 1935

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Folder 9 Wesley Fuller, 1935

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Folder 10 Correspondence G - Ge, 1935

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Folder 11 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1935

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Folder 12 Correspondence Gr - G, 1935

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Folder 13 General Electric Company, 1935

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Folder 14 Georgia Warm Springs Foundation - Infantile Paralysis, 1935

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Folder 15 William Gilman, 1935-1936

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Folder 1 Correspondence H - Ha, 1935

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Folder 2 Correspondence He - Hi, 1935

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ho - Hr, 1935

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Folder 4 Correspondence Hu - H, 1935

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Folder 5 B.C. Hampton, 1935

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Folder 6 Ludvig Hektoen, 1935

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Folder 7 History of Science Society, 1934-1935

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Folder 8 Maurice Holland - National Research Council - NBC Science News, 1935

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Folder 9 W.H. Howell, 1935

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Folder 10 Correspondence I, 1935

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Folder 11 Correspondence J, 1935

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Folder 1 Correspondence K - Ki, 1935

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Folder 2 Correspondence Kl - K, 1935

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Folder 3 Hans F. Kutschbach, 1935

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Folder 4 Correspondence L - Le, 1935

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Folder 5 Correspondence Li - L, 1935

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Folder 6 R.M. Langer, 1935

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Folder 7 Donald P. LeGalley, 1935

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Folder 8 Correspondence M - Ma, 1935

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Folder 9 Correspondence Mc, 1935

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Folder 1 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1935

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mo - M, 1935

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Folder 3 Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1934-1935

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Folder 4 Mary Mercer, 1935

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Folder 5 Frances G. Moore, 1935

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Folder 6 Museums, 1935

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Folder 7 Museums - American Museum of Natural History, 1935

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Folder 8 Museums - Field Museum of Natural History, 1935

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Folder 9 Correspondence N - Ne, 1935

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ni - N, 1935

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Folder 11 National Broadcasting Company - Science News Letter broadcasts, 1934-1935

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Folder 12 Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1935

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Folder 13 Correspondence O, 1935

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Folder 14 Correspondence P - Pe, 1935

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ph - P, 1935. Correspondents include Roy Pinney.

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Folder 2 R.L. Polk Printing Company, 1934-1935

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Folder 3 Popular Mechanics, 1934-1935

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Folder 4 Postal Telegraph Company, 1935

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Folder 5 Correspondence Q, 1935

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Folder 6 Correspondence R - Re, 1935. Booklets from Radio Institute of the Audible Arts; discussion of drought.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Rh - R, 1935. Correspondents include George Roemmert and E. John Russell; includes discussion of the Chicago Microvivarium.

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Folder 8 Gabrielle Rabel, 1935

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Folder 9 Emma Reh, 1935

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Folder 10 Dr. and Mrs. William E. Ritter, 1934-1935

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Folder 11 Vladimir Romm - Izvestia correspondent, 1934

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Folder 12 Correspondence S - Sc, 1935. Correspondents include Frank Schertz, Waldo L. Schmitt, and Joseph Schumpeter.

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Folder 13 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1935. Correspondents include Rudolf Seiden, Harlow Shapley, and George H. Shull; photographs of Seiden; includes Seiden's letters from Austria before he and his family immigrated to the United States.

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Folder 14 Correspondence Si - So, 1935

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sp - S, 1935. Correspondents include George Washington Carver, A.F. Spilhaus, Harlan T. Stetson, and Otto Struve.

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Folder 2 Nathaniel Sherman, 1935

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Folder 3 E.A. Smith, 1935. Dispute over discovery of Elements 93 and 94.

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Folder 4 Harry L. Smithton, 1935

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Folder 5 Sovfoto, 1935

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Folder 6 Staff communications, 1935. Routine editorial and production matters.

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Folder 7 James S. Stokley, 1935

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Folder 8 Isabelle F. Story, 1935

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Folder 9 Correspondence T - Ti, 1935. Telediphone trade literature; invitation to Edward Teller lectures at George Washington University.

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Folder 10 Correspondence To - T, 1935. Correspondents include Gudrun Toksvig and Starr Truscott; includes discussion of poliomyelitis epidemics.

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Folder 11 Frederic L. Troyer, 1935

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Folder 12 Correspondence U, 1935

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Folder 13 Correspondence V, 1935. Correspondents include Maurice B. Visscher.

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Folder 1 Correspondence W - Wa, 1935. Correspondents include Henry B. Ward.

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Folder 2 Correspondence We - Wh, 1935. Correspondents include Mildred Whitcomb.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Wi - W, 1935. Correspondents include Albert E. Wiggam, Robert Williams Wood, and W.H. Wright.

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Folder 4 Correspondence X - Z, 1935. Correspondents include C. Max Bauer, J. William Young, and Fritz Zwicky.

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Folder 5 Correspondence A - Al, 1936. Correspondents include Robert G. Aitken.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Am, 1936. Includes correspondence from American Society for the Advancement of Ethics.

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Folder 7 Correspondence An - A, 1936

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Folder 8 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1936. Correspondents include Henry B. Ward.

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Folder 9 C.G. Abbott, 1936

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Folder 1 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1936

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Folder 2 American Eugenics Society, 1936. Watson Davis was on the Board of Directors; includes correspondence from Ellsworth Huntington and Frederick Osborn, and drafts of public statements.

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Folder 3 American Museum of Natural History, 1936

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Folder 4 American Red Cross, 1936. Correspondence relating to Frank Thone's article on "Racial Myth and Mischief," written for the Junior Red Cross Journal.

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Folder 5 American Scholar, 1936. Correspondence about articles by Marjorie Van de Water and Frank Thone.

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Folder 6 Archaeology "Minute Man" Project, 1933

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Folder 7 Correspondence B - Ba, 1936. Correspondents include Henry A. Barton.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Be, 1936. Correspondents include William A. Beck.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Bi - Bl, 1936. Correspondents include Maxim Bing.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Bo, 1936. Correspondents include Franz Boas.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Br - B, 1936. Correspondents include Marjorie MacDill Breit, Eduard Brenner, and Lyman J. Briggs.

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Folder 1 Florence E. Barns, 1936

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Folder 2 Geoffrey Bourne, 1936

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Folder 3 Charles F. Brooks, 1936

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Folder 4 Correspondence C - Ce, 1936. Correspondents include Donald Caley.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1936

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Folder 6 Correspondence Co, 1936. Correspondents include Victor Cofman, Arthur H. Compton, and Edward R. Murrow.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Cr - C, 1936

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Folder 8 J. McKeen Cattell, 1936

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Folder 9 Cosmos Club, 1936

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Folder 10 Correspondence D - De, 1936

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Folder 11 Correspondence Di - Dr, 1936

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Folder 12 Correspondence Du - D, 1936. Correspondents include Knight Dunlap, Oren C. Durham, and Institute of International Education.

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Folder 13 Documentation Division's Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1936

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Folder 1 W.E. Danforth, 1936.

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Folder 2 Norris Davis, 1936.

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Folder 3 Jack Delmonte, 1936

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Folder 4 Mitchell Dombrow, 1936

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Folder 5 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1936

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Folder 6 Correspondence E - Ei, 1936

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Folder 7 Correspondence El - E, 1936. Correspondents include John F. Daschner; includes discussion of Esperanto and trade literature for a restaurant "Auto-Magic Table."

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Folder 8 George Eckhardt, 1936

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Folder 9 Correspondence F - Fi, 1936. Correspondents include Richard M. Field.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Fl - F, 1936

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Folder 11 Ernest E. Fairbanks, 1936. Fairbanks Photo Service marketed Science Service articles and photographs to other publications.

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Folder 12 Field Museum of Natural History, 1936. Correspondents include Henry Field.

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Folder 13 Franklin Institute, 1936

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Folder 14 Franklin Institute - star map pamphlet, February 1936

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Folder 15 Wesley Fuller, 1936

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Folder 1 Correspondence G - Ge, 1936. Correspondents include Francis P. Garvan and George W. Gates.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1936. Correspondents include Allen H. Godbey.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Gr - G, 1936. Correspondents include Richard A. Gregory and Benjamin C. Gruenberg.

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Folder 4 Allan P. Gardner, 1936

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Folder 5 Harry Goldsmith, 1936

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Folder 6 Correspondence H - Han, 1936. Correspondents include Ansel F. Hall and Robert T. Hance.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Har - Haz, 1936. Correspondents include R.M. Harper; discussion of relationship between fire and forests.

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Folder 8 Correspondence He - Hi, 1936. Correspondents include Selig Hecht and Hilda H. Heller.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Ho, 1936. Correspondents include Maurice Holland, J. Edgar Hoover, Karen Horney, and L.O. Howard.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Hu - H, 1936

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Folder 2 History of Science Society, 1936

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Folder 3 Mary B. Hopkins, 1936

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Folder 4 Nieman Hoveland, 1936

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Folder 5 Frank J. Howard Company, 1936

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Folder 6 H.E. Howe, 1936

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Folder 7 William H. Howell, 1936

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Folder 8 Correspondence I, 1936. Includes samples of "IF" cartoon feature.

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Folder 9 Correspondence J, 1936

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Folder 10 Correspondence K - Ke, 1936. Correspondents include Anselm Keefe and William A. Kepner; includes proofs of "World of Science."

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ki - K, 1936. Correspondents include Arnold Kruckman; discussion of newscasting.

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Folder 12 Charles King, 1936

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Folder 13 Hans F. Kutschbach, 1936

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Folder 14 Correspondence L - Le, 1936. Correspondents include Edwin H. Land.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Li - L, 1936

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Folder 2 R.M. Langer, 1936

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Folder 3 Donald P. LeGalley, 1936

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Folder 4 Literary Digest, 1936

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Folder 5 Don C. Lyons, 1936

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Folder 6 Correspondence M - Ma, 1936

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Folder 7 Correspondence Mc, 1936

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Folder 8 Correspondence Me, 1936

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Folder 9 Correspondence Mi - Mon, 1936

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Folder 10 Correspondence Moo - M, 1936

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Folder 11 McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, 1936

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Folder 12 Walter Merrill, 1936

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Folder 13 Clyde Montgomery, 1936

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Folder 14 Hugh Thomas Moore, 1936

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Folder 1 Correspondence N - Na, 1936. Includes copy of constitution of National Association for Science Writers.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ne - N, 1936

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Folder 3 National Broadcasting Company, 1936. Correspondents include Lenox R. Lohr.

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Folder 4 National Enterprise Association, 1936

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Folder 5 National Enterprise Association - science page

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Folder 6 National Enterprise Association - star map

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Folder 7 New York Academy of Medicine

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Folder 8 New York World Telegram, 1936

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Folder 9 Correspondence O, 1936

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Folder 10 Morris Ostrofsky

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Folder 11 Wilfred Owen

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Folder 12 Correspondence P - Pe, 1936. Correspondents include Thomas Parran, Jr.

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Folder 13 Correspondence Ph - P, 1936. Correspondents include Ernie Pyle.

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Folder 1 Nellie Parkinson, 1936

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Folder 2 George A. Pettitt, 1936

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Folder 3 Popular Mechanics, 1936

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Folder 4 Charles U. Price, 1936

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Folder 5 Correspondence Q, 1936

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Folder 6 Correspondence R - Ri, 1936

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ro - R, 1936. Correspondents include George Roemmert, Walter E. Rogers, and Anastasia J. Romanoff.

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Folder 8 Gabrielle Rabel, 1936

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Folder 9 Research Associates, Inc., 1935. Watson Davis was one of the original members of the corporation; discussion of employment programs for scientists and invention marketing; letters of incorporation and financial statements.

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Folder 10 William E. Ritter, 1936

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Folder 11 William E. Ritter - "Nature in the Light of Science, Philosophy and Religion," 1935-1936, part 1 of 2. Edited draft and typescript of Ritter manuscript; copy of minutes of Science Service Executive Committee meeting, August 7, 1935.

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Folder 12 William E. Ritter - "Nature in the Light of Science, Philosophy and Religion," 1935-1936, part 2 of 2. Correspondence relating to effort to publish manuscript.

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Folder 13 Correspondence S - Sc, 1936. Discussion of "red-baiting" educational organizations.

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Folder 14 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1936. Correspondents include Elizabeth Sidney Semmens, Harlow Shapley, and Francis P. Shepherd.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Si - Sm, 1936. Correspondents include Preston Slosson and Harry L. Smithton; discussion of Science Service's microphotography project.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sn - Sp, 1936

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Folder 3 Correspondence St - S, 1936. Correspondents include J.S. Stanford, Joyce C. Stearns, Vilhjamur Stefansson, Harlan T. Stetson, and Otto Struve; discussion of wildlife conservation efforts.

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Folder 4 Science editors of syndicates, newspapers and magazines, 1934-1936. Correspondents include E.E. Free and John J. O'Neill.

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Folder 5 Science teacher associations, 1936

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Folder 6 Scripps-Howard Newspapers, 1936

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Folder 7 Paul B. Sears, 1936

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Folder 8 Rudolf Seiden, 1935-1936. Seiden emigrated to the United States from Austria, but continued contributing articles to Science Service.

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Folder 9 Nathaniel Sherman, 1936

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Folder 10 H.H. Slawson, 1936

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Folder 11 Gardner Soule, 1936

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Folder 12 Sovfoto, 1936

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Folder 13 Staff memoranda, 1936

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Folder 1 Isabelle F. Story, 1936

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Folder 2 Iva E. Sullivan, 1935-1936

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Folder 3 Correspondence T - Th, 1936. Includes discussion of science exhibit at the Texas Centennial Exposition.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ti - T, 1936

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Folder 5 L.R. Tehon, 1936

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Folder 6 This Week - United Newspapers Magazine Corporation, 1935. Correspondents include Karl T. Compton and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 7 Gudrun Toksvig, 1936

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Folder 8 Torch Club, 1936

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Folder 9 Robert Potter's article about traffic deaths - William Morrow and Company, 1936

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Folder 10 Correspondence U, 1936. Correspondents include Robert R. Updegraff.

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Folder 11 Correspondence V, 1936

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Folder 1 Darwin Vexler, 1936

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Folder 2 Correspondence W - Wa, 1936

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Folder 3 Correspondence We - Wh, 1936

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Folder 4 Correspondence Wi, 1936

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Folder 5 Correspondence Wo - W, 1936

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Folder 6 Henry B. Ward, Secretary of American Association for the Advancement of Science

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Folder 7 Florence Wells, 1935-1936. Science Service writer in Japan.

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Folder 8 Mildred Whitcomb, 1936. Arrangements for obtaining advance proofs of medical association journals.

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Folder 9 Correspondence X - Z, 1936

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Folder 10 J. William Young, 1936

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Folder 11 Correspondence An - A, 1937. Includes poultry raising equipment brochures. Correspondence A - Am for 1937 is missing.

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Folder 12 Author's Club

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Ba, 1937

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Folder 2 Correspondence Be, 1937. Includes Florida lemon growers brochure.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bi - Bn, 1937. Correspondents include Maxim Bing and Carl W. Bishop.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Bo, 1937. Correspondents include Isaiah Bowman.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Br, 1937. Includes brochure for Phantom night driving glasses; correspondents include Marjorie MacDill Breit and Barnum Brown.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Bu - B, 1937

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Folder 7 Ronald G. Barres, 1937

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Folder 8 Henry A. Barton - American Institute of Physics, 1936-1937

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Folder 9 William A. Beck, 1937

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Folder 10 H. Howard Biggar, 1939-1937

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Folder 11 Marshall Blackburn, 1937

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Folder 12 Geoffrey Bourne, 1937

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Folder 13 John Carroll Broderick, 1937

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Folder 14 Charles F. Brooks, 1937

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Folder 15 Correspondence C - Ce, 1937. Correspondents include William F. Callahan and Leonard Carmichael; includes discussion of Massachusetts road construction and road safety planning.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1937. Correspondents include Charles J. Chamberlain.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Co, 1937

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Folder 3 Correspondence Cr - C, 1937. Includes promotional literature for Mel Cummin's "Back to Nature" daily newspaper feature.

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Folder 4 Homer N. Calver - Museum of Health, 1937

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Folder 5 J. McKeen Cattell, 1937

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Folder 6 George R. Collins, 1937

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Folder 7 Columbia Broadcasting System, 1937

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Folder 8 Henry S. Conard, 1937

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Folder 9 Edwin G. Conklin, 1937

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Folder 10 Consumers Union, 1937. Complaints about an advertisement in Science News Letter.

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Folder 11 Dan Dunn Coyle, 1937

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Folder 12 Bert Cunningham, 1937

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Folder 13 Hugh Curtis - Successful Farming, 1937

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Folder 14 Correspondence D - De, 1937. Correspondents include Jay N. ("Ding") Darling, Malcolm Davis (writing from the National Geographic Society-Smithsonian Institution East Indies Expedition), Frances Densmore, and Charles E. Depperman.

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Folder 15 Correspondence Di - D, 1937. Correspondents include David Dietz, C. Liam Dunne, and Oren C. Durham; includes discussion of J.B. Rhine's research.

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Folder 16 William E. Danforth, 1937

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Folder 17 Francis Mildred Davis, 1937. Discussion of her "x-ray" photographs of flowers.

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Folder 1 Watson Davis, 1937

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Folder 2 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1937.

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Folder 3 Correspondence E - El, 1937. Correspondents include Harold E. Edgerton; includes discussion of scientists' misunderstanding of the press.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Em - E, 1937

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Folder 5 George Eckhardt, 1937

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Folder 6 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1936-1937

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Folder 7 Correspondence F - Fi, 1937. Correspondents include Carroll Lane Fenton, Henry Field, Morris Fishbein, and Clifford C. Gregg.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Fl - F, 1937. Correspondents include James Franck.

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Folder 9 Ernest E. Fairbanks, 1937

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Folder 10 E.N. Fallaize, 1937

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Folder 11 Federated Press, Ltd., 1937

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Folder 12 Franklin Institute, 1937

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Folder 13 Wesley Fuller, 1937

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Folder 14 Correspondence G - Gl, 1937

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Folder 15 Correspondence Go - G, 1937. Includes an exile's assessment of the state of German industrial science, and Frank Thone's discussion of James Reyniers.

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Folder 1 General Electric Company, 1937

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Folder 2 General Motors Corporation, 1937

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Folder 3 Geological Society of America, 1935-1937. Efforts by the society to increase press coverage of geology.

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Folder 4 William Gilman, 1937

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Folder 5 Harry Goldsmith, 1937

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Folder 6 Mortimer Graves - Soviet science sessions, 1937

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ha, 1937. Correspondents include Robert T. Hance, R.B. Harvey, and Harlow Shapley; includes description of the effect of tourism on Yellowstone Park.

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Folder 8 Correspondence He - Hi, 1937. Correspondents include Selig Hecht and N.H. Heck.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Ho - H, 1937. Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 10 Maurice C. Hall, 1937

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Folder 11 Mary B. Hopkins, 1937

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Folder 12 Edgar B. Howard, 1936-1937

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Folder 13 H.E. Howe, 1937. Discussion of "Review of the Year" article.

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Folder 14 William H. Howell, 1937

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Folder 15 Correspondence I, 1937. Correspondents include Leopold Infeld.

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Folder 16 Correspondence J, 1937. Correspondents include William Henry Jackson.

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Folder 1 Correspondence K - Kin, 1937. Correspondents include Waldemar Kaempffert and Donald E. Kent; includes brochure for Kaufmann Department Stores "Peaks of Progress" exhibit.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Kir - K, 1937. Correspondents include Herman Kurz; includes manuscript on Tlingit blanket designs, and annotated photostat of map of Stoll-McCracken Siberian-Arctic Expedition for the American Museum of Natural History.

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Folder 3 Kansas City Star, 1937

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Folder 4 Bernard Kobel, 1937

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Folder 5 Gertrud Kornfeld, 1937

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Folder 6 Correspondence L - Len, 1937. Correspondents include John Lentz and John C. Parker; includes discussion of scientific films.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Leo - L, 1937. Correspondents include Willy Ley and Alfred L. Loomis.

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Folder 8 R.M. Langer, 1937

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Folder 9 Donald P. LeGalley, 1937

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Folder 10 Herbert Leopold, 1937. Science Service writer in Japan.

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Folder 11 Warren H. Lewis, 1937

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Folder 12 Life, 1937. Correspondents include Andrew Heiskell; Science Service attempted to sell photographs to Life magazine.

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Folder 13 Mrs. W. Long, 1937

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Folder 14 Don C. Lyons, 1937

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Folder 1 Correspondence M - Ma, 1937. Correspondents include James B. Macelwane and Dumas Malone; includes brochure for John N. Meissner's "The Wild World" nature series, and George F. McEwen's manuscript on seasonal weather forecasting.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mc - Me, 1937. Correspondents include C. Hart Merriam.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Mi, 1937

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mo - M, 1937. Correspondents include Merrill Moore, Arthur Moss, and Morton Mott-Smith.

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Folder 5 J.S. MacClary, 1937

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Folder 6 McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, 1937

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Folder 7 James Montagnes, 1937

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Folder 8 Hugh Thomas Moore, 1937

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Folder 9 Roger W. Morrissey, 1936-1937

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Folder 10 John H. Mote, 1937

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Folder 11 Correspondence N - Na, 1937. Includes discussion of National Association of Science Writers, National Inventors' Day, and the National Child Research Center.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Ne - N, 1937. Correspondents include Bruce Bliven and William A. Noyes.

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Folder 1 National Broadcasting Company, 1937

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Folder 2 Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1937

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Folder 3 Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1937. Plans for a new science page.

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Folder 4 Newspaper Enterprise Association - star map, 1937

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Folder 5 Sidney S. Negus, 1937. Discussion of special publicity for science activities in the state of Virginia.

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Folder 6 Harry M. Nelson, 1937

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Folder 7 Hugh Nicol, 1936-1937

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Folder 8 University of Notre Dame, 1936-1937

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Folder 9 Correspondence O, 1937

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Folder 10 Wilfred Owen, 1936-1937

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Folder 11 Correspondence P - Pa, 1937. Correspondents include T.K. Pavlychenko and John Howard Payne; includes draft of legislation to establish a "Scientific Research Commission."

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Folder 12 Correspondence Pe - Ph, 1937

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Folder 13 Correspondence Pi - P, 1937

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Folder 14 Nellie Parkinson, 1937

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Folder 15 Carlltenrick Petersen, 1936-1937

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Folder 16 Exclusive news photographs - co-operation with industries, 1936

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Folder 17 Kurt Pietrusky, 1937

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Folder 18 L.G. Poppoff, 1937

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Folder 19 Popular Mechanics, 1937

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Folder 20 Popular Science Monthly, 1937

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Folder 21 Robert D. Potter - Science Service staff

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Folder 22 Charles U. Price

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Folder 1 Correspondence Q, 1937. Includes discussion of article on helium for World Book Encyclopedia.

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Folder 2 Correspondence R - Rh, 1937. Correspondents include J.B. Rhine; includes copies of Thomas J. Parran's "Shadow on the Land" and "Stamp Out Syphilis."

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ri - Roe, 1937. Correspondents include George Roemmert.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Rog - R, 1937

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Folder 5 Gabrielle Rabel, 1937

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Folder 6 Emma Reh, 1937

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Folder 7 Research Associates, Inc., 1937. By-laws and minutes of Executive Committee meetings January 17, 1936, and November 13, 1936; President's report for January 21, 1937; proposed activities in 1937.

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Folder 8 James A. Reyniers, 1937

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Folder 9 William E. Ritter, 1937

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Folder 10 G. Ross Robertson, 1937

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Folder 11 Hans W. Rosenhaupt, 1936-1937. Rosenhaupt lived in the United States but was submitting articles written by his father, a pediatrician in Germany.

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Folder 12 Correspondence S - Sc, 1937. Correspondents include Theodore Scheel and E.H. Scott.

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Folder 13 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1937. Correspondents include William Seifriz, Elizabeth Sidney Semmens, and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Si - Sm, 1937

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sn - Sp, 1937

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Folder 3 Correspondence St, 1937

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Folder 4 Science News of the Week, 1933-1936

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Folder 5 Science News of the Week, 1936-1937

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Folder 6 Science on Radio - news item for Science

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Folder 7 Scientific Monthly. Watson Davis's article on centennial of American patent system.

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Folder 8 Victor Schoen

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Folder 9 Scripps-Howard Newspapers

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Folder 10 Paul B. Sears, 1937

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Folder 11 Rudolf Seiden

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Folder 12 Sex crime series, 1937

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Folder 13 Nathaniel Sherman

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Folder 14 Colorado River expedition to Shiva's Temple, Arizona, by Harold E. Anthony, August - September 1937. Negotiations for exclusive rights to the story.

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Box 191

Folder 1 H.H. Slawson, 1937

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Folder 2 Harry L. Smithton, 1937

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Folder 3 Sovfoto, 1937

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Folder 4 Staff memos, 1937. Includes discussion of production, circulation, personnel, and editorial matters. Remainder of 1937 correspondence is missing.

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Folder 1 Correspondence A - Ag, 1938. Correspondents include C.G. Abbot and Adrien Adelman; includes account of Johnny M. Jones's transcontinental flight.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ai - Al, 1938. Correspondents include Robert G. Aitken.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Am, 1938

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Folder 4 Correspondence An - A, 1938. Correspondents include Albert Mitchell ("The Answer Man").

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Folder 5 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1938. Ahrens had left Germany and was living in Switzerland.

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Folder 6 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1938

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Folder 7 American Birth Control League, 1938

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Folder 8 American Eugenics Society, 1937-1938. Correspondents include Frederick Osborn.

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Folder 9 American Geographical Society, 1938

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Folder 10 American Institute of the City of New York, 1938. Correspondents include Gerald Wendt.

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Folder 11 American Institute of Physics, 1938. Includes copies of newsletter published by the AIP and National Association of Manufacturers Joint Committee on Scientific Research.

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Folder 12 American Medical Association, 1938. Includes discussion of medical advertising claims.

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Folder 13 American Museum of Natural History, 1938

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Folder 14 American Society for the Control of Cancer, 1937-1938. Correspondents include C.C. Little; discussion of discrimination against female journalists.

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Ba, 1938. Correspondents include Edna Watson Bailey and Howard P. Barss; description of teakettle condenser for drinking water.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Be - Bi, 1938

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1938. Correspondents include Albert F. Blakeslee, Paul S. Bliss, Marston T. Bogert, and Sir Charles V. Boys.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Br, 1938. Correspondents include Sonia Joseph Bronson, Charles F. Brooks, and C.T. Brues.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bu - B, 1938. Correspondents include Vannevar Bush.

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Folder 6 Maxim Bing, 1938

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Folder 7 Helen Black, 1938

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Folder 8 Madelin Blitzstein, 1938

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Folder 9 E.W. Brown, 1938

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Folder 10 W.G. Burroughs, 1938. Discussion of fossil tracks in Kentucky.

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Folder 1 Correspondence C - Ce, 1938

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1938

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Folder 3 Correspondence Co - Con, 1938

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Folder 4 Correspondence Coo - C, 1938

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Folder 5 Barbara Callow

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Folder 6 Campfire Program, July 26-31, 1938

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Folder 7 J. McKeen Cattell

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Folder 8 Victor Cofman

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Folder 9 George R. Collins

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Folder 10 Columbia Broadcasting System, 1938

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Folder 11 Edwin G. Conklin

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Folder 12 Ellis I. Cronk

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Folder 13 Correspondence D - De, 1938

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Folder 1 Correspondence Di - D, 1938. Correspondents include Louis I. Dublin, John C. Duncan, and Knight Dunlap.

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Folder 2 Norris Davis, 1938

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Folder 3 Mitchell F. Dombrow, 1937-1938

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Folder 4 Douglas Aircraft Company, 1938

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Folder 5 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1938

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Folder 6 Oren C. Durham, 1938

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Folder 7 Correspondence E - El, 1938

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Folder 8 Correspondence Em - E, 1938. Correspondents include Leonard Engel.

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Folder 9 George H. Eckhardt, 1938

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Folder 10 Correspondence F - Fi, 1938. Correspondents include Milton Fairchild and Henry Field.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Fl - F, 1938. Correspondents include E.E. Free.

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Folder 12 Fairbanks Photo Service, 1936-1937

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Folder 13 Field Museum of Natural History, 1938

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Folder 14 Franklin Institute, 1937-1938

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Folder 15 H.L. Freudenberger, 1938

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Folder 16 Wesley Fuller, 1937-1938

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Folder 1 Correspondence G - Gl, 1938. Correspondents include George Gamow and George Gallup; Atlas Permanent Geopress maps of European situation.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Go - Gra, 1938. Correspondents include L.C. Graton; includes membership forms for the Left Book Club.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Gre - G, 1938. Includes Richard A. Gregory's radio address on "Religion in Science."

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Folder 4 Harriet Geithmann, 1938

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Folder 5 General Electric Company, 1938

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Folder 6 General Motors Corporation, 1937-1938

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Folder 7 Geological Society of America, 1938

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Folder 8 Globe Photos, 1938

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Folder 9 Golden Gate International Exposition, 1938

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Folder 10 L. Wilson Greene, 1938

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ha, 1938. Correspondents include Paul L. Halmos, M.R. Harrington, and R.B. Harvey; coverage of mathematics meeting and of archeology in southwestern United States.

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Folder 12 Correspondence He - Hi, 1938. Correspondents include Gustav A. Hedlund.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ho, 1938. Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Hu - H, 1938. Correspondents include Julian S. Huxley.

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Folder 3 Robert T. Hance, 1938

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Folder 4 H.E. Howe, 1938

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Folder 5 W.H. Howell, 1938. Discussion of Science Service management issues and data on subscription liability, 1930-1937; correspondents include H.L. Smithton.

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Folder 6 Correspondence I, 1938. Correspondents include International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation; includes material on economic development and industrialization in western United States.

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Folder 7 Herbert E. Ives, 1938

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Folder 8 Robert L. Ives, 1938. Includes photographs of Colorado mountains and 1937 topographic map of Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Folder 9 Correspondence J, 1938

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Folder 10 Correspondence K - Ke, 1938. Correspondents include Gleason W. Kenrick; includes materials on international shortwave broadcasting and from "Keep America Out of War" Committee.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ki - K, 1938

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Folder 12 William Kadison, 1938

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Folder 13 Correspondence relating to a memorial publication for Vernon Kellogg

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Folder 1 Charles King, 1938

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Folder 2 Hillier Krieghbaum, 1938

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Folder 3 Correspondence L - La, 1938. Correspondents include Alfred C. Lane.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Le - Ll, 1938. Correspondents include Ivy Lee, Jr., and Eva Lips.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Lo - L, 1938

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Folder 6 R.M. Langer, 1938

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Folder 7 Life, 1938. Science Service sold photographs to the magazine.

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Folder 8 Look, 1938. Science Service sold photographs to the magazine.

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Folder 9 W.C. Lowdermilk, 1938. Survey of international flood control techniques.

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Folder 10 Correspondence M - Ma, 1938. Correspondents include Roy K. Marshall.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Mc, 1938. Correspondents include H.H. McKinney.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Me, 1938. Correspondents include Louis I. Dublin, Joseph H. Kraus, Karl A. Menninger, C. Hart Merriam, and John C. Merriam.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mi, 1938

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mo - M, 1938. Correspondents include Wallace S. Moreland.

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Folder 3 Ralph R. Mellow

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Folder 4 Memphis Press-Scimitar

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Folder 5 John Monro

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Folder 6 James Montagnes

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Folder 7 Correspondence N - Na, 1938

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Folder 8 Correspondence Ne - N, 1938

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Folder 9 National Broadcasting Company, 1938

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Folder 10 National Youth Administration, 1937-1938

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Folder 11 Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1938. Correspondents include Bruce Catton.

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Folder 1 Newspaper Enterprise Association - science page, 1938. Correspondents include Elmer E. Stanton; discussion of plans for publishing the Science Page in tabloid format.

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Folder 2 New International Yearbook - Watson Davis article on physics, 1937-1938

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Folder 3 New York World's Fair, 1937-1938. Material related to Science Service cooperation; includes Watson Davis memorandum "Science in the New York World's Fair 1939"; correspondents include Louis I. Dublin and Gerald Wendt.

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Folder 4 Correspondence O, 1938. Correspondents include George A. O'Donnell.

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Folder 5 Wilford Owen, 1938. Stories about traffic and highway research.

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Folder 6 Correspondence P - Pa, 1938. Correspondents include T.K. Pavlychenko and J. Mortimer Sheppard.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Pe - Pl, 1938. Correspondents include Isaiah Bowman, John P. Peters, and J.A. Pinckard.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Po - P, 1938. Correspondents include Alonzo W. Pond and Harry Stack Sullivan; includes publicity for Committee for Celebration of the President's Birthday.

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Folder 9 Pan American Airways, 1938

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Folder 10 Ivan Papanin - Russian ice floe story, 1938. Correspondence and telegrams relating to bogus story.

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Folder 11 Nellie A. Parkinson, 1938

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Folder 12 Marcella L. Phillips, 1938. Articles on research at Edgewood Arsenal.

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Folder 1 Popular Science Monthly, 1938

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Folder 2 Martha G. Pugh, 1937-1938

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Folder 3 Correspondence Q, 1938

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Folder 4 Correspondence R - Ree, 1938

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Folder 5 Correspondence Reg - Ri, 1938. Correspondents include J.B. Rhine; includes discussion of pre-publication publicity and of E.E. Slosson's telepathy tests.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ro - R, 1938. Correspondents include Walter S. Rogers.

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Folder 7 Gabrielle Rabel, 1938

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Folder 8 Radio - electrical transcriptions of Science Service programs, 1937

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Folder 9 Radio - Science News of the Week, 1938

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Folder 10 James A. Reyniers, 1938

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Folder 11 William E. Ritter, 1938

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Folder 12 Troy M. Rodlun. Job application.

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Folder 13 Eric Rosenthal, 1937-1938

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Folder 14 Correspondence S - Sc, 1938. Includes discussion of Jane Stafford's efforts to obtain advance proofs of medical journals.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1938

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Folder 2 Correspondence Si, 1938

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sm - So, 1938

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Folder 4 Correspondence Sp - Ste, 1938

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Folder 5 Correspondence Sti - S, 1938

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Folder 6 Science Drama Competition - Federal Theatre Project - George Terwilliger

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Folder 7 Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance

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Folder 8 Paul B. Sears

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Folder 9 Rudolf Seiden

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Folder 10 H.H. Slawson

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Folder 11 Bill Sharpe - North Carolina State Department

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Folder 12 Nathaniel Sherman

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Folder 13 Frederick Sillers, Jr.

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Folder 14 Sovfoto, 1938

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Folder 1 Staff memos, 1938. Discussion of circulation, promotion, royalties, salaries, and timekeeping.

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Folder 2 Harlan T. Stetson, 1938. Publicity for American Geophysical Union.

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Folder 3 James S. Stokley, 1938

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Folder 4 Isabelle F. Story, 1938

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Folder 5 Correspondence T - Te, 1938

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Folder 6 Correspondence Th - To, 1938. Correspondents include Alfred C. Lane, Warren S. Thompson, and Edward C. Tolman.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Tr - T, 1938. Includes color catalog for Triumph Fusee and Fireworks Company.

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Folder 8 Correspondence U, 1938. Includes copies of United Press Association Predate.

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Folder 9 United Air Lines, 1938

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Folder 10 United Aircraft Corporation, 1938

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Folder 11 Universal Trade Press Syndicate, 1938

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Folder 12 Harold C. Urey, 1938

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Folder 13 Harold C. Urey, April 1938. Materials relating to scientists' letter to President Roosevelt about U.S. neutrality in the Spanish Civil War; includes photograph of Harlow Shapley, Harold C. Urey, and F.R. Moulton.

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Folder 14 Correspondence V, 1938

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Folder 15 Hilda von Hellmer-Wullen, 1938

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Folder 16 Voting machines, 1936-1938. Women's City Club booklet on revising New York City charter; promotional material for IBM card sorters and voting booths.

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Folder 1 Correspondence W - Wa, 1938. Correspondents include Henry A. Wallace and Bradford Washburn; includes discussion of color advertising for Science Service.

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Folder 2 Correspondence We, 1938. Correspondents include Gerald Wendt.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Wh, 1938. Correspondents include Philip R. White and Willis R. Whitney; includes discussion of Jane Stafford's efforts to obtain advance page proofs of medical journals.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Wi, 1938. Correspondents include E. Burke Wilford; includes discussion of meteorological and radio experiments on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire, and copies of tandem propeller blueprints.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Wo - W, 1938. Correspondents include Dorothy Wrinch.

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Folder 6 Henry B. Ward, 1937-1938. Includes discussion of how Grand Coulee Dam would impact salmon population and about controlling scientific publication on controversial subjects.

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Folder 7 Mack Webb, 1938

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Folder 8 Carol Dudley White, 1938

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Folder 9 Works Progress Administration, 1938

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Folder 10 Correspondence X - Z, 1938. Trade literature on Yuba dredges.

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Folder 11 J. William Young, 1938

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Folder 12 Correspondence A - Al, 1939. Correspondents include Robert McCormick Adams and Eddie Albert; includes copy of Berenice Abbott's April 24, 1939, statement about "Photography and Science" and an Air Youth of America brochure.

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Folder 13 Asiatic Primate Expedition, 1937-1938, and Frank Thone correspondence, 1939. Photographs and description of a Bard College - Peabody Museum study of wild gibbons in Siam; Frank Thone wrote in 1939 that the photos had been misfiled and not published; includes copy of May 23, 1937, letter from Clarence Raymond Carpenter.

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Folder 1 Correspondence A - Am, 1939

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Folder 2 Correspondence An - A, 1939. Correspondents include Cambridge Scientists' Anti-War Group.

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Folder 3 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1939. Correspondence with Frank Thone discussing war, appointment of new Pope, and rationing.

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Folder 4 American Airlines, 1939

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Folder 5 American Eugenics Society, 1939

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Folder 6 American Institute, 1939

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Folder 7 American Medical Association

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Folder 8 American Museum of Health - New York World's Fair, 1939. Materials relating to visitor reaction study.

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Folder 9 American Museum of Natural History, 1939

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Folder 10 Correspondence B - Ba, 1939. Correspondents include Henry A. Barton; brochure for Baker Hospital in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Be, 1939. Correspondents include William A. Beck, William Beebe, and J.D. Bernal; includes Beebe's report on New York Zoological Society exhibit at World's Fair, and American Eugenics Society material on religion and eugenics.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bi - B'N, 1939. Correspondents include Albert F. Blakeslee, Maxim Bing, John E. Flynn, and Julian Steward; correspondence relating to efforts to obtain immigration visa for Bing.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Bo, 1939. Correspondents include Bart J. Bok and Louis M. Lyons.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Br, 1939. Correspondents include Sir William H. Bragg, Marjorie MacDill Breit, Wilfred Swancourt Bronson, and C.F. Brooks.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Bu - B, 1939

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Folder 5 Helen Black - USSR Press and Publisher Literary Service, 1939

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Folder 6 Correspondence C - Ca, 1939. Correspondents include Ritchie Calder, Walter B. Cannon, Clarence Raymond Carpenter, and James McKeen Cattell.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ce - Cl, 1939. Correspondents include C.C. Clark.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Co - Con, 1939. Correspondents include Lyman Bryson, Fay-Cooper Cole, Arthur H. Compton, Edwin G. Conklin, and Gilbert Seldes.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Coo - C, 1939

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Folder 2 Victor Cofman, 1939

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Folder 3 Columbia University School of Engineering, 1939. Radio programs celebrating the school's seventy-fifth anniversary, November 9-11.

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Folder 4 Cosmic data code revision, August 1939

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Folder 5 Cosmic data correspondence, 1937-1939

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Folder 6 Cosmic data correspondence, 1939

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Folder 7 Cosmos Club, 1937-1939

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Folder 8 Correspondence D - De, 1939

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Folder 9 Correspondence Di - D, 1939

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Folder 1 Watson Davis, 1939

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Folder 2 W.N. Dirks

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Folder 3 Correspondence E - El, 1939

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Folder 4 Correspondence Em - E, 1939

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Folder 5 Leonard Engel. Clipper story for American Boy.

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Folder 6 Correspondence F - Fl, 1939

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Folder 7 Correspondence Fo - F, 1939

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Folder 8 Wesley Fuller, 1939

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Folder 9 Correspondence G - Ge, 1939

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Folder 10 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1939

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Folder 1 Correspondence Gr - G, 1939

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Folder 2 General Electric Company, 1939

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Folder 3 German Railroad Information Office, 1937-1939

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Folder 4 Correspondence H - Ha, 1939. Correspondents include Ansel F. Hall, Robert T. Hance, Jack Haynes, and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 5 Correspondence He - Hi, 1939. Correspondents include William Randolph Hearst, Jr., and J.F. Hellweg.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ho, 1939

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Folder 7 Correspondence Hr - H, 1939. Correspondents include Franklin Pierce Huddle and Julian S. Huxley.

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Folder 8 H.E. Howe, 1939

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Folder 9 W.H. Howell, 1939

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Folder 10 Correspondence I, 1939. Correspondents include Ronald L. Ives.

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Folder 1 Correspondence J, 1939. Correspondence K - Smi for 1939 is missing.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Smi - Sq, 1939

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Folder 3 Correspondence St, 1939. Correspondents include Lewis Strauss.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Su - S, 1939. Includes drafts of Harry Stack Sullivan's unpublished psychoanalytic study of Hitler.

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Folder 5 Science News Letter promotional mailing to members of New York Museum of Science and Industry and Franklin Institute, 1939. Includes copies of mailing.

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Folder 6 Harry L. Smithton, 1939

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Folder 7 Sovfoto, 1939

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Folder 8 Staff memoranda, 1939

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Folder 9 James S. Stokley, 1939

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Folder 10 Isabelle F. Story, 1939

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Folder 11 Correspondence T - Th, 1939. Correspondents include Carl A. Taylor and G.J. Thomas; includes information about Association of Scientific Workers in England.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ti - T, 1939. Correspondents include Henry R. Luce.

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Folder 2 Tass, 1939

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Folder 3 Tobacco references - J.C. Donohue, 1937. Discussion of cigarette advertising.

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Folder 4 Correspondence U, 1939. Correspondents include Earl F. Johnson and Harold C. Urey.

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Folder 5 Universal Trade Press, 1939

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Folder 6 Correspondence V, 1939. Correspondents include J.H. Van Vleck.

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Folder 7 Correspondence W - Wa, 1939. Correspondents include D. Lindsay Watson and Fletcher Watson.

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Folder 8 Correspondence We, 1939. Includes trade literature for Webster Tallmadge heating systems.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Wh - Wi, 1939. Correspondents include Willis R. Whitney.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wo - W, 1939. Correspondents include Roger P. Wodehouse and Dorothy Wrinch.

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Folder 2 Henry B. Ward, 1939

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Folder 3 Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1939

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Folder 4 Correspondence X - Z, 1939. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes; includes first issue of Soma Byington's Here's to You!.

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Folder 5 Correspondence A - Al, 1940. Correspondents include Theodor G. Ahrens and Gordon W. Allport.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Am, 1940. Correspondents include American Association of Scientific Workers, American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom, and American Defense Committee; includes material on Marie Seton and Victor Stoloff film about Leonardo Da Vinci, and draft and galleys of Watson Davis's "Now, To Supplement the Textbooks."

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Folder 7 Correspondence An - A, 1940

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Folder 8 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1940

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Folder 9 American Engineering Council, 1940

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Folder 10 American Eugenics Society, 1940

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Folder 11 American Institute of the City of New York, 1940

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Folder 1 American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1940. Watson Davis assisted the Institute's Committee on Instruments and Measures.

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Folder 2 American Museum of Health, 1940

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Folder 3 American Museum of Natural History, 1940

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Folder 4 Correspondence B - Ba, 1940. Correspondents include Edna Watson Bailey, Mark Barr, Thomas Barrowman, Jr., and Arthur L. Fox.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Be, 1940. Correspondents include William A. Beck.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Bi - Bl, 1940. Correspondents include Edward J. Bing, Raymond T. Birge, and Albert F. Blakeslee; includes discussion of the cost of German scientific journals, and a copy of Biographical Encyclopedia's "Ruler of the World" chart.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Bo, 1940. Correspondents include R.R. Boardman, Marston T. Bogert, and Bart J. Bok; includes discussion of the scientific study of astrology.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Br, 1940. Correspondents include Gregory Breit and Charles T. Brues.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bu - B, 1940. Includes Esperanto advertisements.

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Folder 2 Helen Black, 1940. Black was the American press representative for the Soviet Union.

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Folder 3 Buhl Planetarium, 1939. Material related to Science Service cooperation with former staff member James S. Stokley, who was director of the planetarium.

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Folder 4 Correspondence C - Ce, 1940. Correspondents include Barbara Callow, J. McKeen Cattell, and Leonard Carmichael.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1940

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Folder 6 Correspondence Co - Com, 1940. Correspondents include Conway P. Coe, Leon Levine, and Charley Stookey.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Con - C, 1940. Correspondents include Edwin G. Conklin and The Cooperative Committee; includes correspondence with the Curtiss-Wright Corporation about an article on airplane identification.

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Folder 8 Victor Cofman, 1940.

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Folder 9 Columbia Lecture Bureau, 1939-1940

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Folder 10 Cosmic Data Correspondence, 1940. Correspondents include S.S. Kirby; includes copies of Research Aid Announcements on Cosmic Data.

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Folder 1 Current History, 1939-1940. Includes September and October 1939 issues.

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Folder 2 Correspondence D - Da, 1940. Correspondents include Jay N. ("Ding") Darling, David Darrin, and M.A. Dauvillier.

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Folder 3 Correspondence De - Di, 1940. Correspondents include J.W. Peter Debye, Lee de Forest, Jack De Ment, Helmut C. Diehl, Knight Dunlap, and Oren C. Durham.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Do - D, 1940

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Folder 5 Watson Davis, 1940

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Folder 6 Duell, Sloan and Pearce, Inc., 1940

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Folder 7 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1940. Includes promotional material for "Cavalcade of America" radio series.

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Folder 8 Correspondence E - Em, 1940. Correspondents include C.W. Elmer and Frank Emerick; includes lecture brochure for George Roemmert, and description of Elmer Taflinger's mural "The Apotheosis of Science."

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Folder 9 Correspondence En - E, 1940. Correspondents include Robert K. Enders; trade literature for motion picture film projectors.

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Folder 10 Earthquakes, 1940. Correspondence from participants in seismology reporting network.

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Folder 11 Leonard H. Engel, 1940. Includes material on warplane production.

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Folder 12 The Engineering Foundation, 1940. Includes discussion of publicity to foundation's work.

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Folder 1 Correspondence F - Fi, 1940. Correspondents include Charles A. Federer, Jr., Henry Field, and Louis Finkelstein.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Fl - F, 1940. Correspondents include Lawrence Frank.

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Folder 3 Roscoe Fleming, 1940

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Folder 4 Wesley Fuller, 1940

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Folder 5 New International Year Book - Funk and Wagnalls - physics article, 1939

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Folder 6 Correspondence G - Ga, 1940. Correspondents include Harry M. Stephenson; discussion of press arrangement at General Motors's exhibit at New York World's Fair.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ge - Gi, 1940. Correspondents include Arnold Gesell.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Gl - Go, 1940

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Folder 2 Correspondence Gr - G, 1940

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Folder 3 General Electric Company, 1940

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Folder 4 General Electric Company's Hour of Charm - radio script

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Folder 5 George Washington University engineering alumni association. Watson Davis was president of the association in 1939.

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Folder 6 George Washington University engineering alumni association, 1939

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Folder 1 Correspondence H - Ha, 1940. Correspondents include Robert T. Hance and Hornell Hart.

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Folder 2 Correspondence He - Hi, 1940. Correspondents include N.H. Heck and L.J. Henderson.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ho - H, 1940. Correspondents include Edison R. Hoge, J. Edgar Hoover, and W.H. Howell.

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Folder 4 Edward Haskell, 1940

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Folder 5 Hudson Hoagland, 1940

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Folder 6 Correspondence I, 1940. Correspondents include Alfred Korzybski and Ronald L. Ives.

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Folder 7 New York World's Fair Hall of Inventions, 1940. Includes photographs of C.G. Abbot and his solar flash boiler.

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Folder 1 Correspondence J, 1940

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Folder 2 Correspondence K - Ke, 1940. Correspondents include Rudolf Kagey, Lothar Kalinowsky, and Anselm Keefe.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ki - K, 1940

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Folder 4 Knapp Electric, Inc., 1939-1940. Discussion of Knapp Electric Questioner toy.

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Folder 5 Hillier Krieghbaum, 1940. Includes critique of Krieghbaum's article about E.E. Slosson.

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Folder 6 Correspondence L - La, 1940. Correspondents include Kanhaiya Lal; includes candid photographs of Mahtama Ghandi taken ca. 1939-1940 by Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Le, 1940. Correspondents include Alfred McClung Lee and Willy Ley; includes photostat of 1917 letter from J.S. Haldane, and copy of Accion Medica.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Li - L, 1940. Correspondents include Archibald MacLeish, Arthur O. Lovejoy, W.J. Luyten, and Colin C.W. Turner; includes description of London during the blitz.

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Folder 1 Correspondence M - Ma, 1940. Correspondents include James B. Macelwane and Frances Mason.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mc, 1940. Correspondents include Alfred McClung Lee, Edward Avery McIlhenny, Robert R. McMath, and D.T. MacDougal; includes candid photographs of Eskimos returning to Little Diomede Island.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1940

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mo, 1940. Correspondents include Sterling Morton; discussion of promotion of plastics industry.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mu, 1940. Correspondents include Donald Murray and R. Stuart Murray.

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Folder 6 James Montagnes, 1940

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Folder 7 Correspondence N - Na, 1940. Correspondents include Margaret Sanger.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ne - N, 1940. Correspondents include Bruce Bliven, Iago Goldston, and Henry W. Nissen.

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Folder 2 National Association of Manufacturers, 1940

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Folder 3 Newspaper Enterprise Association Service - general correspondence, 1940

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Folder 4 Newspaper Enterprise Association Service - correspondence - Paul Friggens, 1940

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Folder 5 Newspaper Enterprise Association - men of science series, 1939-1941. Twelve articles written by Watson Davis.

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Folder 6 New York World's Fair - Hall of Inventions and Inventors Day program, September 2, 1940

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Folder 7 Correspondence O, 1940

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Folder 8 Correspondence P - Pa, 1940

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Folder 1 Correspondence Pe, 1940. Brochure for Harold R. Peat, Inc., Lecture Bureau.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Pf - Po, 1940. Correspondents include Gregory Pincus; includes discussion of appropriate use of word "Polaroid."

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Folder 3 Correspondence Pr - P, 1940

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Folder 4 Parent's Magazine, 1940. Article on child welfare.

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Folder 5 Vincenzo Petrullo, 1940. Articles and correspondence discussing archeology and anti-American attitudes in Mexico.

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Folder 6 Vincenzo Petrullo, 1940. Articles and correspondence relating to U.S. visit by Mexican president-elect Manuel Avillo Camacho; copy of Alejandro Carrillo's Mexico and the Fascist Menace.

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Folder 7 Philco Corporation, 1940. Coverage of radios and radio-phonographs.

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Folder 8 Popular Science Lecture Service, 1940. Correspondents include A.H. Holmquist.

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Folder 9 Publishers Weekly, 1940. Correspondents include Frederic J. Melcher; draft of Watson Davis article on popular science books.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Q, 1940

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Folder 11 Correspondence R - Ra, 1940. Correspondents include Gabrielle Rabel and Walter Rautenstrauch; includes material on American Association of Scientific Workers.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Re, 1940. Correspondents include Helen Rogers Reid, James A. Reyniers, and Harlow Shapley; includes discussion of military rations.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ri, 1940. Correspondents include I.A. Richards, O.W. Riegel, and William E. Ritter.

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Folder 2 National Research Council, 1940. Research in industry survey.

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Folder 3 William E. Ritter, 1940. Correspondents include Lawrence C. Salter; includes synopsis of Ritter's remarks to Science Service staff about the philosophy of E.W. Scripps.

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Folder 4 Correspondence A - Al, 1941. Correspondents include Walter S. Adams, Arthur Adel, L.K. Arnold, and Boris Berkman. Correspondence Ro - Z for 1940 is missing.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Am, 1941

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Folder 6 Correspondence An - Ar, 1941

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Folder 7 Correspondence As - A, 1941

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Folder 8 Theodor G. Ahrens, 1940-1941

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Folder 9 American Association of Scientific Workers, 1938-1941, and Boston Scientific Film Society, 1941. Correspondents include Kenneth V. Thimann; includes programs for science film series and issues of The Scientific Worker.

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Folder 1 The American Citizens Handbook - Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1941

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Folder 2 American Institute of the City of New York, 1941. Includes discussion of awards.

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Folder 3 American Medical Association, 1941. Correspondents include W.W. Bauer, Morris Fishbein, and Lawrence C. Salter.

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Folder 4 American Philosophical Society, Committee on Education and Participation in Science, 1939-1941. Correspondents include Edwin G. Conklin and W. Stephen Thomas; project to involve amateurs in data collection.

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Folder 5 American Society for Control of Cancer, 1941

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Folder 6 Correspondence B - Ba, 1941. Correspondents include John W. Baeschle and Ian Ballantine.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Be - Bi, 1941. Correspondents include Robin Beach, Pauline G. Beery, L. Berczeller, and Otto Bettmann.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1941. Correspondents include Howard Blakeslee, Marston T. Bogert, Edwin G. Boring, and Isaiah Bowman.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Br, 1941. Correspondents include P.W. Bridgman and J.G. Crowther.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Bu - B, 1941. Correspondents include Anna Lalor Burdick.

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Folder 1 Bell Telephone Laboratories

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Folder 2 Theodore A. Benedek - Allied Arts Productions, Inc., 1939-1941

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Folder 3 Harold Burris-Meyer - Stevens Institute of Technology

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Folder 4 Correspondence C - Ca, 1941

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ce - Cl, 1941

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Folder 6 Correspondence Co - Cop, 1941

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Folder 7 Correspondence Cor - C, 1941

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Folder 8 Carnegie Institution of Washington - monthly section of Science News Letter

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Folder 9 Columbia Broadcasting System

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Folder 10 Columbia Scholastic Press Association - Columbia University

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Folder 1 Committee for National Morale, 1941

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Folder 2 Cosmic data, 1941-1942. War forced the suspension of the data reporting network in December 1941.

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Folder 3 Correspondence D - Da, 1941. Correspondents include Frank W. Darling and John H. Davis; includes "Da-Lite" motion picture screen trade literature.

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Folder 4 Correspondence De - Di, 1941. Correspondents include Jack De Ment.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Do - D, 1941. Correspondents include Charles Duell and Oren C. Durham; includes photograph of Graham MacNamee, C.E. Kenneth Mees, and Dawson Olmstead at October 1941 "Defense of America" broadcast from Eastman Kodak Company plant.

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Folder 6 Correspondence E - Eh, 1941. Correspondents include Felix Ehrenhaft.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ei - E, 1941

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Folder 1 Eagle Books

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Folder 2 Eagle Books - clothing - Princeton University Press

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Folder 3 Eagle Books - "How to Use a Library Profitably"

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Folder 4 Eagle Books - National Audubon Society

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Folder 5 Correspondence F - Fe, 1941. Correspondents include Enrico Fermi and J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Fi - Fl, 1941

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Folder 7 Correspondence Fo, 1941

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Folder 8 Correspondence Fr - F, 1941

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Folder 9 Roscoe Fleming

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Folder 10 Correspondence G - Ge, 1941. Correspondents include George Gamow.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1941. Correspondents include Peter C. Goldmark.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Gr - G, 1941. Correspondents include P.W. Bridgman.

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Folder 1 General Motors Corporation, 1941

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Folder 2 George Washington University alumni achievement awards, 1941

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Folder 3 George Washington University engineering alumni, 1940-1941

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Folder 4 Earl R. Glenn, 1941. English in science classes.

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Folder 5 Correspondence H - Har, 1941. Correspondents include Robert T. Hance.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Has - Haz, 1941. Correspondence He - Sg for 1941 is missing.

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Folder 7 Ruth Ringle Haddock, 1941

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Folder 8 National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Inc., 1941

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Folder 9 Correspondence Sh - Sl, 1941. Correspondents include H.C. Shetrone, Igor I. Sikorsky, and May Preston Slosson.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Sm - So, 1941

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Folder 11 Correspondence Sp - Ste, 1941. Correspondents include Wendell M. Stanley and Harlan T. Stetson; includes criticism of press coverage of cancer research.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sti - S, 1941. Correspondents include Otto Struve; includes discussion of steam-driven airplanes.

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Folder 2 Conference on Procurement of Scientific Journals, 1941. Watson Davis served on a National Research Council committee advising the Library of Congress.

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Folder 3 Harlow Shapley, 1941. Correspondents include Felix Frankfurter.

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Folder 4 Sigma Xi - lectures, 1940

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Folder 5 Sigma Xi - lectures, 1941. Correspondents include I.I. Rabi and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi - press releases, 1939-1941

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Folder 7 George Smedal, 1941

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Folder 8 Staff memos, 1941

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Folder 1 Note on missing 1941 folders

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Folder 2 Correspondence U, 1941. Correspondence T for 1941 is missing.

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Folder 3 Correspondence V, 1941

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Folder 4 Correspondence W - Wa, 1941. Correspondence Wam - War for 1941 is missing.

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Folder 5 Correspondence We - Wg, 1941. Correspondents include H.G. Wells. Correspondence Wa - Weav for 1941 is missing.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Wh, 1941

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Folder 7 Correspondence Wi - Wn, 1941

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Folder 8 Correspondence Wo - W, 1941

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Folder 9 Hamilton Wright Organization, 1941

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Folder 10 Correspondence X - Z, 1941. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 11 Correspondence A - Ak, 1942. Correspondents include Theodor G. Ahrens; includes discussion of wartime conditions in United States and Switzerland.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Al, 1942

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Folder 2 Correspondence Am, 1942

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Folder 3 Correspondence An - Ar, 1942

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Folder 4 Correspondence As - A, 1942. Correspondents include Frederick A. Willis.

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Folder 5 American Dental Association, 1942

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Folder 6 American Institute of City of New York, 1942

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Folder 7 American Medical Association, 1942

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Folder 8 American Museum of Natural History, 1942

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Folder 9 American Philosophical Society and World Wide Broadcasting Foundation, 1942. Correspondents include Edwin G. Conklin and Sir Angus Fletcher; in 1942, C.G. Abbot gave an address about internationalism in science over station WRUL.

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Folder 10 American Society for the Control of Cancer, 1942

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Folder 11 Correspondence B - Ba, 1942

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Folder 1 Correspondence Be, 1942. Correspondents include William A. Beck, William Beebe, and Edward L. Bernays; article about and blueprints of new phonograph; discussion of research to increase latex and silk production.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1942. Correspondents include American Eugenics Society, Marston T. Bogert, and Edwin G. Boring; includes list of subscribers' countries.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Br, 1942. Correspondents include Marjorie MacDill Breit, Louis Bromfield, Detlev Bronk, Wilfred Swancourt Bronson, C.T. Brooks, C.T. Brues, and J.G. Crowther; includes "Condensed Memorandum on National Associated Defense Committees" published by the Chicago Technical Societies.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Bu - B, 1942. Correspondents include Anna Lalor Burdick and C.F. Burgess.

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Folder 5 Correspondence C - Ca, 1942. Correspondents include James McKeen Cattell.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ce - Cho, 1942. Correspondents include Francis P. Garvan, Jr.; material relating to Chemical Foundation finances.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Chr - Cl, 1942

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Folder 2 Correspondence Co - Com, 1942

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Folder 3 Correspondence Con - Co, 1942

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Folder 4 Correspondence Cr - C, 1942

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Folder 5 Thomas W. Carraway

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Folder 6 Columbia Broadcasting System

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Folder 7 Columbia School of the Air

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Folder 8 Stories written for U.S. Coordinator of Information

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Folder 9 Copyright certificates for Science News Letter, 1942

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Folder 1 Correspondence D - Da, 1942. Correspondents include Katherine Darwin.

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Folder 2 Correspondence De - Di, 1942. Correspondents include Jack De Ment and David Dietz.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Do - D, 1942. Correspondents include Knight Dunlap and Edwin Way Teale.

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Folder 4 J. Herbert Duckworth, 1942

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Folder 5 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1942

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Folder 6 Correspondence E - El, 1942. Correspondents include Gustav Egloff, Luther P. Eisenhart, and K.A.C. Elliott; includes discussion of censorship.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Em - E, 1942. Correspondents include Fred W. Emerson; includes War Production Board poster "Take Care! Idle Hands Work for Hitler!" and advertisements for MUZIK BUHO and MUZIKFILMO.

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Folder 8 Earthquakes, 1941-1942

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Folder 9 G.H. Edgell, 1942

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Folder 10 Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars, 1942. Correspondents include Stephen Duggan; discussion of his appearance on "Adventures in Science" radio program and improving news coverage of committee's work.

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Folder 11 Correspondence F - Fi, 1942. Correspondents include Carroll Lane Fenton, Henry Field, Louis Finkelstein, J. Edgar Hoover, and Karen Horney.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Fl - F, 1942. Correspondents include Frank R. Ford and C.M. Poulsen.

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Folder 2 Charles A. and Helen S. Federer, 1941-1942

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Folder 3 Roscoe Fleming, 1941-1942

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Folder 4 Correspondence G - Ge, 1942

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Folder 5 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1942

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Folder 6 Correspondence Gr - G, 1942. Correspondents include Mark Graubard and Harry Grundfest.

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Folder 7 General Electric Company, 1942

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Folder 8 General Electric X-Ray Corporation, 1942

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Folder 9 George Washington University Victory Council, 1942

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Folder 10 Correspondence H - Ha, 1942. Correspondents include Edwin G. Boring, Robert T. Hance, and William Haynes.

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Folder 1 Correspondence He, 1942. Correspondents include Selig Hecht and J.F. Hellweg.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Hi - Hop, 1942

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Folder 3 Correspondence Hor - H, 1942. Correspondents include Harrison E. Howe, William H. Howell, and Julian S. Huxley.

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Folder 4 Harvard War Problems Institute, 1942. The Nieman Foundation sponsored a meeting for newspaper and publishing executives; includes copies of presentations by Paul D. Bartlett, Walter B. Cannon, George B. Kistakowsky, Kirtley F. Mather, Henry A. Murray, and Edwin O. Reischauer.

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Folder 5 Howland and Howland, Inc., 1942

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Folder 6 Bob Hunt, 1942

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Folder 7 Correspondence I, 1942. Correspondents include G. Lake Imes and Ronald L. Ives; includes brochure for WFBR program "My People," materials from Institute of General Semantics and Institute of World Economics.

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Folder 8 NBC Inter-American University of the Air, 1942. Correspondents include James Rowland Angell and Sterling Fisher; includes proposal for "New World of Science" series, issue of Pan American Radio, and script for "The Search for Freedom" by Stuart Ayers.

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Folder 1 Correspondence J, 1942. Correspondents include Burton H. Johnson; discussion of technical books for Allied prisoners of war.

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Folder 2 Jack and Jill, 1942

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Folder 3 Correspondence K - Ke, 1942. Correspondents include Jack Q. Kerrins and Ward's Natural Science Establishment; includes remarks by Charles F. Kettering at National Press Club, March 3, 1942.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ki - K, 1942. Correspondents include S.D. Kirkpatrick.

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Folder 5 Jack Q. Kerrins, 1942

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Folder 6 Joseph Kraus, 1942

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Folder 7 Joseph Kraus - balsa, 1942. Correspondence about obtaining balsa wood for model planes to be built for Army Air Force training program by members of the Science Clubs of America; includes a set of plans and award certificate.

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Folder 8 Correspondence L - La, 1942. Correspondents include Gobind Behari Lal and C. Lalor Burdick.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Le, 1942

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Folder 10 Correspondence Li, 1942. Correspondents include Paul Mandeville; copy of Mandeville's "Democracy at Work in America."

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ll - L, 1942. Correspondents include Louis M. Lyons.

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Folder 2 Leon M. Leffingwell, 1942

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Folder 3 Library of Congress, 1942

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Folder 4 Literary Features, Ltd., 1942

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Folder 5 Lord and Thomas, 1942. Jane Stafford articles written for an advertising agency.

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Folder 6 Correspondence M - Man, 1942. Includes discussion of banana marmalade, and copy of Made in America Monthly issue honoring Francis P. Garvan.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Mar - May, 1942. Correspondents include Hans Mark and William H. Martin.

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Folder 8 Correspondence McA - McW, 1942. Correspondents include Edward Avery McIlhenny.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Me, 1942. Correspondents include Louis I. Dublin, Edward J. Meeman, and Donald H. Menzel.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Mi, 1942. Correspondents include Thomas Midgley, Jr., and H.W. Miller.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mo, 1942

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mu - M, 1942

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Folder 3 Correspondence N - Na, 1942

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ne, 1942

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ni - N, 1942

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Folder 6 National Broadcasting Company

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Folder 7 National Press Club

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Folder 8 National Publishers Association, Inc., 1942

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Folder 9 Newspaper Enterprise Association Service - health column - Fred S. Ferguson

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Folder 10 Newspaper Enterprise Association Service - Tom Horner

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Folder 11 Newspaper Enterprise Association Service - E.E. Stanton

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Folder 1 New International Yearbook - Funk and Wagnalls Company, 1941-1942

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Folder 2 Correspondence O - Ok, 1942. Brochure from the opening of Buell Mullen's "Metallic Mediums" exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution, February 1942.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ol - O, 1942. Correspondents include Frederick Law Olmsted.

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Folder 4 Correspondence P - Pa, 1942

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pe - Ph, 1942. Correspondents include John Pfeiffer; includes poster for Science Open House at Elizabeth Peabody House.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Pi - Po, 1942. Correspondents include Henry Platt and Charles Lane Poor.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Pr - P, 1942. Poster for 1942 meeting of American Public Works Association.

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Folder 8 Parents' Institute, Inc., 1942. First issue of Predictions of Things to Come.

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Folder 9 Procurement and Assignment Service, Office of Defense Health and Welfare Service, Committee on Information, 1942

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Folder 10 Correspondence Q, 1942

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Folder 11 Correspondence R - Ra, 1942. Correspondents include George W. Rappleyea; includes "Ship When Ready" Air Express poster.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Re - Ri, 1942

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ro - R, 1942

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Folder 3 Radio, 1942. Script and correspondence for Arthur Van Dyck's appearance on "Adventures in Science," scheduled for January 17, 1942.

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Folder 4 Radio Corporation of America

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Folder 5 Junior Red Cross Journal article

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Folder 6 Rockefeller Foundation

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Folder 7 Troy M. Rodlun

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Folder 8 Correspondence S - Sa, 1942

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Folder 9 Correspondence Sc, 1942

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Folder 10 Correspondence Se - Sha, 1942

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Folder 11 Correspondence She - Sl, 1942

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sm - So, 1942. Includes brochures on goat milk and goat dairies, copy of J. Thompson Stevens's What About?, and Khachatur Koshtoyant's "Contributions of Soviet Scientists to Development of Science of Filterable Virus" transmitted from Moscow by telegram in November 1942.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sp - Ste, 1942. Correspondents include Paul LeRod.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sti - S, 1942. Correspondents include Lilian Holmes Strack.

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Folder 4 Science Service invitations, 1941. Invitations to October 29 open house in new building.

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Folder 5 Scientific Brainpower in the War, 1942. Article about the National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel, written for the U.S. Office of Coordinator of Information.

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Folder 6 Harlow Shapley, 1941-1942

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Folder 7 Sigma Xi, 1942. Correspondents include George A. Baitsell.

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Folder 8 George Smedal, 1942

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Folder 9 James S. Stokley, 1941-1942

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Folder 10 Successful Farming, 1942. Article by Frank Thone.

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Folder 11 Office of Surgeon General, 1942. Includes membership list for Overseas Writers Group.

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Folder 1 Correspondence T - Th, 1942

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ti - T, 1942

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Folder 3 F. Wallace Taber, 1942

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Folder 4 Torch Club, 1942. Includes membership lists.

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Folder 5 Correspondence U, 1942

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Folder 6 U.S. Rubber Company, 1942. Negotiations for W.A. Gibbons appearance on "Adventures in Science"; includes U.S. Rubber almanac for 1942 and The Romance of Rubber.

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Folder 7 Correspondence V, 1942. Includes brochure for Victory Center in New York City and invitation to "Artists for Victory" exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Folder 8 Correspondence W - Waq, 1942. Correspondents include Vannevar Bush.

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Folder 9 Correspondence War - Wa, 1942. Correspondents include Henry B. Ward and Fletcher Watson; discussion of YMCA War Prisoners Aid program and National Wildlife Federation politics.

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Folder 10 Correspondence We - Wh, 1942. Correspondents include H.G. Wells and Gerald Wendt.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Wi - Wl, 1942. Correspondents include Albert Edward Wiggam.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wo - W, 1942. Includes script for Frank Thone appearance on Otis T. Wingo radio program.

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Folder 2 Edwin A. Watkins, 1942

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Folder 3 Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1942

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Folder 4 Western Union and Postal Telegraph Releases, 1942. Includes advertising material and wartime policy notices.

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Folder 5 Correspondence X - Z, 1942

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Folder 6 Correspondence A - Al, 1943. Correspondents include Horace W. Albright.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Am, 1943. Includes reports from American Institute of the City of New York.

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Folder 8 Correspondence An - A, 1943

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Folder 9 Correspondence B - Ban, 1943. Correspondents include George Baekeland.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Bar - Ba, 1943. Correspondents include C. Max Bauer; includes discussion of bears in Yellowstone.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Be - Bi, 1943. Correspondents include George D. Birkhoff, Bart J. Bok, Edwin G. Boring, and Isaiah Bowman; discussion of American Association of Scientific Workers position on the Kilgore bill.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1943

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Folder 3 Correspondence Br - B, 1943. Correspondents include Charles T. Brues and Browne Landone; discussion of Watson Davis appearance on BBC "Answering You" program.

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Folder 4 Correspondence C - Ca, 1943. Correspondents include California Population Commission and Homer N. Calver; discussion of bankruptcy of Chemical Foundation Inc.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Cb - Ci, 1943

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Folder 6 Correspondence Cl - Col, 1943. Correspondents include Lyman Bryson and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Com - C, 1943

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Folder 2 CBS School of the Air of the Americas - scripts, 1942, part 1 of 2

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Folder 3 CBS School of the Air of the Americas - scripts, 1942, part 2 of 2

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Folder 4 CBS School of the Air of the Americas - correspondence, 1943

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Folder 5 CBS School of the Air of the Americas - scripts, January - March 1, 1943

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Folder 1 CBS School of the Air of the Americas - scripts - March 8 - April 19, 1943

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Folder 2 Correspondence D - De, 1943. Correspondents include Paul deKruif.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Di - D, 1943

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Folder 4 Correspondence E, 1943

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Folder 5 Correspondence F - Fi, 1943

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Folder 6 Correspondence Fl - F, 1943

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Folder 1 Correspondence G - Gl, 1943

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Folder 2 Correspondence Go - G, 1943

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Folder 3 George Washington University Victory Council, 1943

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Folder 4 Correspondence H - Han, 1943. Correspondents include Robert T. Hance.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Har - Haz, 1943. Correspondents include W.M. Harlow; discussions of poison ivy and wood technology.

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Folder 6 Correspondence He - Hi, 1943. Correspondents include N.H. Heck.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ho - H, 1943. Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 2 Correspondence I, 1943. Includes material on Women's Field Army for the American Society for Control of Cancer.

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Folder 3 Correspondence J, 1943

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Folder 4 Correspondence K - Ke, 1943. Correspondents include Charles A. Kettering.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ki - K, 1943. Correspondents include Serge A. Korff.

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Folder 6 Joseph Kraus, 1943

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Folder 1 Correspondence L - Le, 1943. Correspondents include Lawrence Langner.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Li - L, 1943. Correspondents include S.R. Lindboe, Harold P. Lundgren, and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 3 Correspondence M - Ma, 1943. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mc, 1943. Includes brochure for Firestone "Velon."

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Folder 5 Correspondence Me, 1943. Includes book on plant life in the South Seas; correspondents include E.D. Merrill.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mi - Ml, 1943

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mo - M, 1943. Correspondents include Otto H. Mohr and B.Y. Morrison; discussion of solar-powered heating units.

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Folder 2 Correspondence N - Na, 1943. Discussion of bears in Yellowstone and of National Press Club wartime policy changes.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ne, 1943. Includes "Zinc in War" posters.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ni - N, 1943

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Folder 5 National Association of Science Writers (NASW), 1942-1943. Correspondents include Howard W. Blakeslee, J.G. Crowther, and Gobind Behari Lal; Watson Davis was President of NASW in 1942-1943; includes membership lists, copies of NASW constitution, and discussion of election of Henry A. Wallace to honorary membership.

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1943

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Folder 7 Correspondence P - Pa, 1943

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Folder 8 Correspondence Pe, 1943. Includes discussion of desalination products.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Pf - Pl, 1943. Correspondents include Gifford Pinchot; materials and correspondence on chlorinated hydrocarbon solvents.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Po - P, 1943. Discussion of establishment of a magazine by National Association of Science Writers; draft of Waldemar Kaempffert's "The Airplane and Tomorrow's World."

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Folder 3 Correspondence Q - Ra, 1943. Correspondents include M.A. Raines.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Re - Rh, 1943. Correspondents include Emma Reh (in Paraguay) and James A. Reyniers; discussion of legislation to establish a federal science agency.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ri - Rob, 1943. Discussion of flame cultivators; copy of Executive Committee resolution, June 1926, authorizing Riggs Banks to manage the Science Service investments and securities.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Roc - R, 1943. Correspondents include Wiley B. Rutledge, who had just been named Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.

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Folder 7 Correspondence S - Sc, 1943. Discussion of advance page proofs of Journal of American Medical Association.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Se - Si, 1943. Correspondents include Paul B. Sears.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sk - So, 1943. Correspondents include May Preston Slosson and H.L. Smithton.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sp - Ste, 1943. Correspondents include Tom D. Spies.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Sti - S, 1943. Correspondents include W.W. Swingle.

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Folder 5 Servel, Inc., 1943. Includes trade literature on gas refrigeration systems.

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi - correspondence, 1943. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 7 Sigma Xi - mimeograph copies, 1942-1943. Correspondence and copies of lectures for national series.

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Folder 1 Staff applications, 1930-1943

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Folder 2 Staff memos, 1942-1943

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Folder 3 Correspondence T - Ti, 1943

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Folder 4 Correspondence To - T, 1943

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Folder 5 Correspondence U, 1943

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Folder 6 Correspondence V, 1943

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Folder 7 Correspondence W - Wan, 1943. Includes various war-related correspondence.

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Folder 8 Correspondence War - Wat, 1943

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Folder 9 Correspondence We - W.F., 1943

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wh - Wil, 1943. Correspondents include Phillip R. White.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Win - W, 1943. Correspondents include Robert Williams Wood.

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Folder 3 Correspondence X - Z, 1943. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 4 Correspondence A - Al, 1944. Correspondents include Louis Adamic.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Am - American L..., 1944. Correspondents include Henry A. Barton.

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Folder 6 Correspondence American M... - Am, 1944. Correspondents include Franz Wiedenreich.

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Folder 7 Correspondence An - A, 1944

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Folder 8 American Association of Scientific Workers (AASW), 1942-1944. Correspondents include Doris L. Cattell, Harry Grundfest, Alexander Sandow, and Gerald Wendt; includes discussion of utilization of science in the war effort; copies of AASW newsletter and British newsletter The Scientific Worker.

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Folder 9 American Association of Scientific Workers, 1941-1942. Correspondents include Morris L. Cooke, K.A.C. Elliott, Harry Grundfest, and John E. Pfeiffer; includes copy of The Scientific Worker.

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Ba, 1944. Correspondents include John W. Baechle and George Baekeland.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Be - Bi, 1944. Correspondents include Dion S. Birney and Charles Bittinger.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1944. Correspondents include Neville Blackmore, Albert F. Blakeslee, Bart J. Bok, and Marston T. Bogert; includes proposal to market patent stories to the patentees' hometown newspapers.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Br, 1944. Correspondents include C. Arthur Briggs, British Information Service, and C.T. Brues.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bu - B, 1944. Correspondents include Vannevar Bush and Business Films.

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Folder 6 Correspondence C - Ce, 1944. Correspondents include Victor H. Calahane and Homer N. Calver; includes discussion of Ware Cattell's proposed "National Science Society."

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1944

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Folder 1 Correspondence Co - Con, 1944. Correspondents include Edwin G. Conklin; articles on South America prepared by the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Coo - C, 1944

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Folder 3 Fulton Catlin, 1943

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Folder 4 Copyright, 1943-1944

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Folder 5 Cosmos Club, 1941-1944

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Folder 6 Cycleweld - Mr. Saunder's Magic Glue, 1944, part 1 of 2. Science News Letter article republished by Reader's Digest.

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Folder 7 Cycleweld - Mr. Saunder's Magic Glue, 1944, part 2 of 2. Letters requesting more information.

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Folder 1 Correspondence D - De, 1944. Correspondents include Jay N. ("Ding") Darling, Jack De Ment, Frances Densmore, George de Santillana, and George Detjen; includes trade literature on electric fly screens.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Di - D, 1944. Correspondents include Helmut C. Diehl and David Dietz.

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Folder 3 Syracuse University journalism award to Watson Davis, 1944

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Folder 4 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1942-1944. Includes copy of May 1942 series "Chemicals March to War."

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Folder 5 Correspondence E, 1944

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Folder 6 Correspondence F - Fl, 1944. Correspondents include Carroll Lane Fenton.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Fo - F, 1944. Correspondents include Vida Hunt Francis.

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Folder 8 Correspondence G - Gl, 1944

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Folder 9 Correspondence Go - G, 1944. Correspondents include Robert H. Goddard and Richard Goldschmidt.

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Folder 1 George Washington University Victory Council, 1943-1944. Includes copy of newsletter for engineering students.

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Folder 2 Correspondence H - Ha, 1944. Correspondents include Ross G. Harrison.

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Folder 3 Correspondence He - Hi, 1944. Includes trade literature for Holder's Metallic Indicator.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ho - Hor, 1944. Correspondents include Earnest A. Hooten.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Hos - H, 1944

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Folder 6 Historical Service Board, 1944. Material for an American Historical Association project to write pamphlets for the U.S. Army's Morale Services Division; includes photographs of Army television production and Arthur Godfrey's appearance on "Opinions on Trial."

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Folder 7 Correspondence I, 1944. Correspondents include Ronald L. Ives.

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Folder 8 Indian scientists visit to the United States, 1944-1945. Official delegation of six leading scientists; correspondents include Henry A. Barton, Gobind Behari Lal, and M.N. Saha.

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Folder 1 Correspondence J, 1944. Correspondents include Frank B. Jewett; includes discussion of Bevatron controversy.

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Folder 2 Correspondence K - Ki, 1944

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Folder 3 Correspondence Kl - K, 1944. Correspondents include Mira Edgerly-Korzybska.

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Folder 4 Correspondence L - Le, 1944. Correspondents include Alfred C. Lane and Lawrence Langner.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Li - L, 1944. Correspondents include Charles Liedl, Robert F. Loeb, and W.C. Lowdermilk.

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Folder 6 Literary Features, Ltd., 1943-1944

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Folder 7 Correspondence M - Ma, 1944. Correspondents include Pauline Beery Mack.

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Folder 8 Correspondence McA - McN, 1944

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Folder 1 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1944

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mo - M, 1944

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Folder 3 Correspondence N - Na, 1944

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ne - N, 1944

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Folder 5 National Research Council, 1944. Discussion of publication of scientific work during wartime.

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Folder 6 New International Yearbook - physics article, 1944

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Folder 7 New International Yearbook - physics article, 1943

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Folder 8 New International Yearbook - physics article, 1942

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Folder 9 Correspondence O, 1944

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Folder 10 Office of War Information, 1942-1944

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Folder 1 Office of War Information - list of most important American inventions and scientific discoveries, 1942

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Folder 2 Office of War Information - health series, part 1 of 2, 1944. Includes microfilm of teacher's manual for civilian public health course; Jane Stafford's notes and scripts for a public health program to be broadcast to civilian populations in Europe.

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Folder 3 Office of War Information - health series, part 2 of 2, 1944. Includes background material on sanitation for radio programs.

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Folder 4 Correspondence P - Pe, 1944. Correspondents include Gifford Pinchot.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pf - P, 1944. Correspondents include J.G. Crowther.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Q - Rh, 1944. Correspondents include Hugo Gernsback, Emma Reh, and James A. Reyniers.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ri - R, 1944. Correspondents include Atherton Richards.

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Folder 1 Reader's Digest - correspondence, 1942-1944. Correspondents include Howard Florance; includes a brochure for fire-fighting equipment and discussion of Science Service efforts to sell articles to Reader's Digest.

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Folder 2 Reader's Digest, 1944. "Alcohol Out of Sawdust" article.

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Folder 3 Reader's Digest, 1944. Article on "Cycle Weld" glue.

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Folder 4 Reader's Digest, 1943. Article on gas turbines.

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Folder 5 Reader's Digest, 1942. Article on stader splint.

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Folder 6 Correspondence S - Sa, 1944. Correspondents include Milos Safranek and E.J. Salisbury.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Sc, 1944. Correspondents include Frank M. Schertz and Franz Schrader; includes 1943 issues of Scholastic Magazine and World Week.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Se - Sl, 1944. Includes wartime production manuals.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Sm - Sp, 1944. Information on Soviet Scientists Antifascist Committee; photographs and press releases on Sperry automatic navigation instrument.

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Folder 10 Correspondence St - S, 1944

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Folder 11 W.F. Schaphorst, 1942-1943

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Folder 1 Syndicate, newspaper, and magazine science writers and editors, 1939-1943. Address lists maintained by Science Service.

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Folder 2 Requests for scientists' photographs, 1942-1944

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Folder 3 Scripps-Howard Newspapers, 1941-1944

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Folder 4 Harlow Shapley, 1943-1944. Correspondents include Edwin G. Conklin; includes Shapley's description of October 5, 1944, meeting with Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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Folder 5 Sigma Xi, 1944. Correspondence and drafts of lectures by Peter Debye, Selig Hecht, and Walter R. Miles.

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Folder 6 Correspondence T, 1944. Correspondents include Hugh S. Taylor and Edwin Way Teale; includes Technocracy Inc. brochure on the flying wing bomber.

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Folder 7 Correspondence U - V, 1944

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Folder 8 Correspondence W - We, 1944

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wh - Wy, 1944. Correspondents include Shirley Wolff.

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Folder 2 Correspondence X - Z, 1944. Correspondents include E.F. McDonald, Jr.

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Folder 3 Correspondence A - Al, 1945. Correspondents include C.G. Abbot, Douglas P. Adams, Theodor G. Ahrens, and Harry W. Alexander.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Am, 1945. Includes copy of American Optical Company's Three American Microscope Builders.

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Folder 5 Correspondence An - A, 1945

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Folder 6 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1942-1945

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Folder 7 American Association of Scientific Workers, 1943-1946. Correspondents include Bart J. Bok.

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Folder 8 American Association of Scientific Workers - Baltimore chapter, 1942-1943. Correspondents include George Y. Rusk.

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Folder 9 American Association of Scientific Workers - Philadelphia chapter, 1942-1944. Correspondents include Bart J. Bok and K.A.C. Elliott.

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Folder 10 Agustin Aragon Leiva, 1943-1945

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Ba, 1945. Correspondents include George Baekeland and O.A. Battista; includes information on transportation of coal.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Be, 1945

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1945. Correspondents include Clarence Birdseye.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Br, 1945. Correspondents include Marjorie MacDill Breit.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bu - B, 1945. Correspondents include Edward J. Byng.

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Folder 6 Correspondence C - Ca, 1945. Correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell, Dale Carnegie, and Rachel L. Carson.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ce - Ci, 1945

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Folder 8 Correspondence Cl - Com, 1945. Includes Coordinating Committee for Progressive Taxation material on postwar industrial standards.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Con - C, 1945

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Folder 2 Censorship, 1944-1945

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Folder 3 Censorship, 1942-1943

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Folder 4 Correspondence D - De, 1945

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Folder 5 Correspondence Di - D, 1945

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Folder 6 Correspondence E - El, 1945

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Folder 7 Correspondence Em - E, 1945

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Folder 1 Correspondence F - Fi, 1945. Correspondents include Carroll Lane Fenton and Henry Field.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Fl - F, 1945. Correspondents include Roy K. Marshall.

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Folder 3 Robert Farr, 1944-1945. Correspondence of staff member who covered aviation.

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Folder 4 Charles A. Federer, Jr., 1943-1945. Astronomy reports.

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Folder 5 Correspondence G - Ge, 1945. Correspondents include Hugo Gernsback and Alfred N. Goldsmith.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Gi - Gra, 1945

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Folder 7 Correspondence Gre - G, 1945

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Folder 8 Correspondence H - Har, 1945

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Folder 1 Correspondence Has - He, 1945. Correspondents include Jack E. Haynes and Selig Hecht.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Hi, 1945

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ho, 1945

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Folder 4 Correspondence Hu - H, 1945

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Folder 5 Correspondence I, 1945

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Folder 6 Requests to industry for information on new products and developments, 1944. Includes photographs of spectrographic analysis equipment and trade literature.

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Folder 7 Correspondence J, 1945. Correspondents include Herbert Jehle; includes discussion of effort to encourage American scientists to send food packages to colleagues in newly-liberated countries in Europe.

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Folder 8 Correspondence K - Ke, 1945

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ki - K, 1945. Correspondents include Harley M. Kilgore.

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Folder 2 Correspondence L - La, 1945

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Folder 3 Correspondence Le, 1945. Correspondents include Willy Ley.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Li - L, 1945. Correspondents include Charles Liedl and Wayne B. Hales.

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Folder 5 Correspondence M - Man, 1945

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mar - Ma, 1945. Correspondents include Frances E. Mason and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Mc, 1945

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Folder 8 Correspondence Me, 1945. Correspondents include Donald H. Menzel.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mi, 1945

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mo - M, 1945

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Folder 3 National Research Council, Committee on Medical Information, 1941-1944

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Folder 4 Correspondence N - Nev, 1945

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Folder 5 Correspondence New - N, 1945

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1945

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Folder 7 Correspondence P - Pe, 1945

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Folder 8 Correspondence Pf - Po, 1945

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Folder 1 Correspondence Pr - P, 1945

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Folder 2 Correspondence Q, 1945. Includes material on home freezers.

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Folder 3 Correspondence R - Ri, 1945. Correspondents include Thomas Thornton Reed, James A. Reyniers, Ernest S. Reynolds, Atherton Richards, and Oscar Riddle; includes discussion of hydroponics research.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ro - R, 1945

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Folder 5 Radar - reference file, 1932-1945. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley; includes Office of War Information press releases about radar, industry documents published between 1932-1940, correspondence relating to Office of Censorship review of articles, a 1943 RCA brochure on radar, news clippings and advertisements about radar, and a list of radar experts who could be photographed in 1943.

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Folder 6 Radar, 1945. Science Service staff member Robert N. Farr published in Liberty one of the first popular articles on radar after classification was lifted; this folder contains correspondence with War Department officials complaining that the article used unauthorized material; material about article on paraphenoline-diamine.

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Folder 7 Reader's Digest - rocket article, 1945

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Folder 8 Research Corporation, 1945. Correspondents include J.W. Barker.

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Folder 9 William E. and Mary B. Ritter, 1941-1945. Includes Mary Ritter's article on blood plasma.

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Folder 1 Correspondence S - Sa, 1945. Correspondents include Paul A. Samuelson.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sc, 1945. Discussion of children's science clubs in the Soviet Union; 1945 issues of Scientific Forum.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1945. Correspondents include Glenn T. Seaborg and Elizabeth Sidney Semmens.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Si - Sm, 1945. Correspondents include J. Russell Smith.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Sn - Sq, 1945. Correspondents include Tom D. Spies.

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Folder 6 Correspondence St - S, 1945. Correspondents include John Stack.

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Folder 7 Watson Davis speech on "Scientific Questions for the Future," 1944. Requests for copies.

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Folder 8 Staff applications, 1940-1945

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Folder 1 Correspondence T - Ti, 1945

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Folder 2 Correspondence To - T, 1945. Includes Gudrun Toksvig's reports about the status of Niels Bohr's laboratory after liberation and his statements about the atomic bomb.

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Folder 3 Taffy, 1936-1945. Correspondents include Alfred McClung Lee.

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Folder 4 Correspondence U, 1945

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Folder 5 Raymond E. Umbaugh, 1944-1945. Correspondents include Hudson Hoagland and Harlow Shapley; attempts to have Umbaugh released from active duty.

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Folder 6 Correspondence V, 1945

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Folder 7 Correspondence W - Wa, 1945. Correspondents include Ware Cattell, William H. Waggaman, Selman A. Waksman, and Henry A. Wallace; includes first issue of The Washington Scientist (February 1945).

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Folder 8 Correspondence We - Wh, 1945. Correspondents include Paul Weiss.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Wi, 1945. Correspondents include Albert Edward Wiggam.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Wo - W, 1945. Includes October 1945 American Scientist supplement on "The Atom: New Source of Energy" and the script for Senator Brien McMahon's appearance on the World Wide Broadcasting Foundation's "Beyond Victory" series.

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Folder 1 Henry B. Ward, 1943-1945

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Folder 2 Who's Who, 1941-1945. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 3 Correspondence X - Z, 1945. Correspondents include John A. Zellers and Fritz Zwicky.

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Folder 4 Correspondence A - Al, 1946. Correspondents include Theodor G. Ahrens.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Am, 1946. Correspondents include Lawrence G. Spivak.

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Folder 6 Correspondence An - Ar, 1946

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Folder 7 Correspondence As - A, 1946. Correspondents include Atomic Scientists of Chicago, National Committee for Atomic Information, and Katherine Oppenheimer.

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Folder 8 American Cancer Society, 1944-1946

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Folder 9 American Institute of the City of New York, 1945-1946

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Folder 10 American Medical Association, 1945-1946

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Folder 11 American Red Cross, 1945-1946

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Folder 12 American Review of Soviet Medicine, 1944-1945

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Folder 13 Anonymous, 1940-1946. Unsigned correspondence.

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Folder 14 Argentina, 1945-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Bap, 1946

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Folder 2 Correspondence Bar - Be, 1946. Correspondents include Bernard M. Baruch.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1946. Discussion of "Operations Crossroads"; correspondents include Charles Bittinger.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Br - Bry, 1946

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bu - B, 1946

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Folder 6 Correspondence C - Ce, 1946. Brochure for Zonolite mica insulation; correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ch, 1946

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ci - Com, 1946

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Folder 2 Correspondence Con - Coy, 1946

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Folder 3 Correspondence Cr - C, 1946

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Folder 4 Canada, 1944-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 5 Colombia, 1944-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 6 Columbia Broadcasting System, 1944-1946

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Folder 7 Cosmic data, 1942-1946

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Folder 8 Cosmos Club, 1945-1946

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Folder 9 Correspondence D - De, 1946

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Folder 10 Correspondence Di - D, 1946

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Folder 1 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1945-1946. Requests for information.

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Folder 2 Correspondence E - El, 1946. Correspondents include Ewing W. Elliott; includes brochure and photograph of Burkey electric fish screen; discussion of hydroponics projects in Japan.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Em - E, 1946

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Folder 4 Edison centennial, 1946. Science club participation in Edison celebration; original art for Telespecan illustration.

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Folder 5 Egypt, 1944. Requests from readers.

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Folder 6 Correspondence F - Fe, 1946

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Folder 7 Correspondence Fi - Fo, 1946. Correspondents include Henry Field.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Fr - F, 1946

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Folder 9 Charles A. Federer, Jr., 1946-1947

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Folder 10 France, 1945-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 11 Curtis Freshel, 1944-1945

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Folder 12 Correspondence G - Ge, 1946

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Folder 13 Correspondence Gi - Go, 1946

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Folder 1 Correspondence Gr - G, 1946

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Folder 2 General Electric Company, 1943-1946. Requests for information.

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Folder 3 George Washington Victory Council, 1945

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Folder 4 Correspondence H - Hap, 1946

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Folder 5 Correspondence Har - Ha, 1946. Correspondents include E. Newton Harvey.

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Folder 6 Correspondence He - Hn, 1946

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ho - H, 1946

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Folder 8 Howland and Howland, Inc., 1943-1946

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Folder 9 Correspondence I, 1946

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Folder 10 India and Ceylon, 1945. Requests from readers.

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Folder 11 Information Please Almanac, 1947

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Folder 12 Italy, 1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 1 Correspondence J - Je, 1946

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Folder 2 Correspondence Jo - J, 1946

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Folder 3 Correspondence K - Ki, 1946

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Folder 4 Correspondence Kl - K, 1946

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Folder 5 James K. Knapp, 1945-1946

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Folder 6 Joseph Kraus, 1944-1946

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Folder 7 Correspondence L - La, 1946

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Folder 8 Correspondence Le - Lil, 1946

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Folder 9 Correspondence Lin - L, 1946

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Folder 10 Los Alamos press trip, September 1946

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Folder 1 Correspondence M - Ma, 1946. Reporter's notes on ENIAC, 1945-1946; correspondents include John W. Mauchly.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mc, 1946

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Folder 3 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1946

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mo - M, 1946

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Folder 5 Mexico, 1944-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 6 Walter J. Miller, 1945

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Folder 7 Correspondence N - Neu, 1946. Press releases for National Committee on Atomic Information.

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Folder 1 Correspondence New - N, 1946

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Folder 2 National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 1946

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Folder 3 Navy Department, 1943-1946

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Folder 4 Newspaper Enterprise Association - David Stein, 1944-1945. Includes Frank Thone's articles about the atomic bomb (August 7, 1945) and about Vice-President Henry Wallace.

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Folder 5 Newspaper Enterprise Association Service, 1943-1946

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1946

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Folder 7 Correspondence P - Pa, 1946. Photographs of automatic icemakers; photostats of a proposed Parents' Institute cartoon strip called "Big Brain Billy"; documents from 1946 Conference of Churchmen and Scientists.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Pe - Pl, 1946

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Folder 9 Correspondence Po - P, 1946

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Folder 10 Panama, 1945. Requests from readers.

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Folder 11 Peru, 1944-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 12 Vincenzo Petrullo, 1945

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Folder 13 Polaroid Corporation, 1944-1946

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Folder 1 Portugal, 1944. Requests from readers.

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Folder 2 International press communications, 1946. News clippings and bulletins.

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Folder 3 Publicity bureaus at universities and other organizations, 1946

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Folder 4 Puerto Rico, 1944-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Q, 1946

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Folder 6 Correspondence R - Rh, 1946

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ri - Roo, 1946

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Folder 8 Correspondence Ros - R, 1946

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Folder 9 Radio Corporation of America, 1944-1946

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Folder 10 Radio Predictions, 1946. Discussion of radio blackouts and signal interruptions.

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Folder 11 Reader's Digest, 1945

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Folder 12 O.W. Riegel, 1941-1945

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Folder 13 Troy Rodlun, 1943-1946. Material related to school projects and "THINGS of Science."

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Folder 14 Russia, 1945. Requests from readers.

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Folder 15 Correspondence S - Sch, 1946

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Folder 16 Correspondence Sci - Se, 1946. Correspondents include Elizabeth Sidney Semmens and John T. Scopes; includes "Moonlight on Starch Film in London Garden, June 1928" photograph by Semmens.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sh - Sl, 1946. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sm - Sq, 1946. Correspondents include Harry L. Smithton.

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Folder 3 Correspondence St - S, 1946. Includes sheet music for Herbert C. Stone's "Glory Hill," 1943.

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Folder 4 Science Clubs of America, 1942

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Folder 5 Science News Letter, 1942-1944

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Folder 6 Science News of the Week, 1941-1946

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Folder 7 Science on Parade, 1942

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Folder 8 Scripps-Howard, 1944-1946

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Folder 9 Harlow Shapley, 1945-1946

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Folder 10 Sigma Xi correspondence, 1944-1946

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Folder 11 Sigma Xi lecturers, 1944 and 1945. Correspondence and drafts of speeches.

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Folder 12 Sigma Xi lecturers, 1946

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Folder 1 Sigma Xi - American Scientist, 1943. Science Service stories for the magazine.

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Folder 2 George A. Smith, 1945-1946

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Folder 3 Harry L. Smithton, 1942-1946

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Folder 4 South Africa, 1945. Requests from readers.

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Folder 5 South America, 1944-1946. Requests from readers.

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Folder 6 Soviet Scientists Antifascist Committee, 1945-1946. Science Service cooperation with groups in the Soviet Union.

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Folder 7 Isabelle F. Story, 1944-1945

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Folder 8 Correspondence T - Th, 1946

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Folder 9 Correspondence Ti - T, 1946

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Folder 10 Taffy, 1946

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Folder 11 Correspondence U, 1946

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Folder 12 Correspondence V, 1946

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Folder 1 Correspondence W - Wa, 1946. Correspondents include Selman A. Waksman.

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Folder 2 Correspondence We - Wh, 1946

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Folder 3 Correspondence Wi - W, 1946

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Folder 4 War Department, 1944-1946

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Folder 5 Office of War Information, 1945-1946

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Folder 6 Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1945-1946

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Folder 7 Daniel Wilkes, 1945-1946

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Folder 8 Correspondence X - Z, 1946. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 9 Correspondence A - American Iron, 1947

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Folder 1 Correspondence American Math - Az, 1947. Correspondents include Morris Marsden.

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Folder 2 Correspondence B - Be, 1947. Hydroponics project in Japan; correspondents include Ewing W. Elliott.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1947. Natural sciences in postwar Germany; correspondents include Bart J. Bok and Fritz J. Bolle.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Br - B, 1947. Correspondents include Charles T. Brues and A.V. Kidder.

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Folder 5 Correspondence C - Ci, 1947. Correspondents include Otis W. Caldwell.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Cl - Co, 1947

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Folder 7 Correspondence Cr - C, 1947

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Folder 1 Correspondence D - De, 1947. Correspondents include Jack De Ment and Frances Densmore.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Di - D, 1947. Questions sent to Sumner T. Pike prior to his December 16, 1946, broadcast about atomic energy.

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Folder 3 Correspondence E - El, 1947. Correspondents include Ewing W. Elliott.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Em - E, 1947. Includes discussion of Edward U. Condon.

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Folder 5 Correspondence F - Fi, 1947. Correspondents include Charles A. Federer and Henry Field.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Fl - F, 1947

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Folder 7 Correspondence G - Gl, 1947

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Folder 8 Correspondence Go - G, 1947

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Folder 9 Correspondence H - He, 1947

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Folder 1 Correspondence Hi - H, 1947

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Folder 2 Correspondence I, 1947

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Folder 3 Correspondence J, 1947. Includes material on Science Talent Search; correspondents include Frank B. Jewett.

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Folder 4 Correspondence K, 1947. Material related to investigation of Mark Woolinger.

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Folder 5 Irving Kahn - "THINGS of Science," 1947

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Folder 6 James S. Knapp, 1947

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Folder 7 Correspondence L, 1947. Correspondents include Russell Lord.

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Folder 8 Correspondence M - Ma, 1947

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Folder 9 Correspondence Mc, 1947. Correspondents include Donald E. McHenry.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1947

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mo - M, 1947

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Folder 2 Correspondence N - Na, 1947

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ne, 1947

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ni - N, 1947

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Folder 5 Correspondence O, 1947

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Folder 6 Correspondence P - Pe, 1947

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Folder 7 Correspondence Pf - P, 1947. Includes booklets about margarine.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Q, 1947

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Folder 9 Quarrie Corporation, 1944-1946. Publisher of World Book Encyclopedia.

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Folder 10 Correspondence R - Ri, 1947. Correspondents include Robert Littell, James A. Reyniers, and Atherton Richards.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ro - R, 1947

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Folder 1 Bert Reichert, 1947

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Folder 2 Research Corporation awards to Lee DuBridge and Merle Tuve, 1947

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Folder 3 Correspondence S - Sc, 1947

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Folder 4 Correspondence Se - Sh, 1947. Correspondents include Elizabeth Sidney Semmens and Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Si - Sr, 1947

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Folder 6 Correspondence St - S, 1947. Correspondents include Richard Sutton.

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Folder 7 Staff, 1944-1946. Correspondents include Frank Thone and Marjorie Van de Water; includes interoffice memoranda and correspondence from staff in the field.

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Folder 8 Staff biographies, 1945-1946. Descriptions of Jane Stafford and Marjorie Van de Water.

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Folder 9 James Stokley, 1943-1947

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Folder 10 Correspondence T - Th, 1947

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ti - T, 1947

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Folder 12 Correspondence U, 1947

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Folder 1 Correspondence V, 1947

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Folder 2 Correspondence W - We, 1947

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Folder 3 Correspondence Wh - Wi, 1947

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Folder 4 Correspondence Wo - W, 1947

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Folder 5 Daniel Wilkes, 1947

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Folder 6 World Almanac - Review of the Year, 1945

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Folder 7 World Almanac - Review of the Year, 1946

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Folder 8 Correspondence X - Z, 1947

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Folder 9 Young and Rubicam - Report on gastrointestinal tract hygiene and disorders, 1946. Report prepared by Science Service under contract to Young and Rubicam and Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.

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Folder 10 Young and Rubicam - Report on blood research, 1946

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sm, 1948. Correspondence A - Sm for 1948 is missing.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sn - Sq, 1948

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Folder 3 Correspondence St - S, 1948

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Folder 4 Successful Farming, 1948. Drafts of Frank Thone's articles.

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Folder 5 Correspondence T - Ti, 1948

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Folder 6 Correspondence To - T, 1948. Correspondents include Harry Beal Torrey.

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Folder 7 Taffy - Science News Letter and "THINGS of Science"

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Folder 8 Gudrun Toksvig, 1945-1948. Includes May 14, 1945, story about status of laboratory of Niels Bohr.

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Folder 9 Correspondence U, 1948

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Folder 10 United Press, 1947-1948

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Folder 11 Correspondence V, 1948

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Folder 12 Correspondence W - We, 1948. Correspondents include Fritz Bolle, Irving Wallace, and Franz Weidenreich.

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Folder 13 Correspondence Wh - W, 1948

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Folder 14 Barbara Wiener, 1948

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Folder 15 Washington Academy of Sciences, 1948-1949

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Folder 16 Correspondence X - Z, 1948. Most general correspondence files for 1949 are missing.

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Folder 1 Correspondence A - Am, 1950

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Folder 2 Correspondence American A... - American H..., 1950

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Folder 3 Correspondence American I... - American Z..., 1950

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Folder 4 Correspondence An - A, 1950

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Folder 5 American Chemical Society, 1949-1950

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Folder 6 American Medical Association, 1949-1950

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Folder 7 American National Red Cross, 1949-1950

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Folder 8 Tamara Andreeva, 1949

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Folder 9 Atomic Energy Commission, 1948-1950

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Folder 10 Correspondence B - Be, 1950. Correspondents include Bart J. Bok.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1950. Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Br - B, 1950

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Folder 13 List of sources to be avoided, 1938-1947

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Folder 14 Correspondence C - Ch, 1950

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Folder 1 Correspondence Cl - Co, 1950

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Folder 2 Correspondence Cr - C, 1950. Correspondents include E.J. Crane.

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Folder 3 Victor Cofman, 1945-1950

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Folder 4 Correspondence D - De, 1950. Correspondents include Frances Densmore.

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Folder 5 Defense Department - combined military correspondents accreditations, 1948-1950. Interoffice discussion of accreditation system; news articles about controversy over loyalty check form; copy of the October 1948 "Personal History" questionnaire.

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Folder 6 Karl H. Dencker and Heinz Speiser, 1948-1949. Correspondents include Jack E. Haynes; includes materials related to conditions in postwar Germany and visit by Dencker and Speiser to United States in 1949; receipts for CARE packages and other supplies.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Di - D, 1950. Correspondents include David Dietz.

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Folder 8 Correspondence E, 1950

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Folder 9 Correspondence F, 1950. Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 1 Correspondence G - Gl, 1950. Correspondents include Haldane Gee.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Go - G, 1950

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Folder 3 Correspondence H - He, 1950

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Folder 4 Correspondence Hi - H, 1950. Correspondents include Roy Howard.

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Folder 5 Correspondence I, 1950

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Folder 6 Correspondence J, 1950

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Folder 7 Correspondence K, 1950

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Folder 8 Correspondence L - Le, 1950. Correspondents include Ralph E. Lapp.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Li - L, 1950

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Folder 2 Irvine R. Levine, 1947-1950

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Folder 3 Correspondence M - Ma, 1950. Correspondents include Frank Malina; includes materials about UNESCO Expert Panel on Popularisation of the Understanding of Science and Its Social Implications.

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mc, 1950

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Folder 5 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1950

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mo - M, 1950

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Folder 7 Calvin N. Mooers, 1950. Mooers was the son-in-law of Watson Davis.

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Folder 8 Correspondence N - Na, 1950

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Folder 9 Correspondence Ne - N, 1950

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Folder 10 Correspondence O, 1950

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Folder 11 Correspondence P - Ph, 1950

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Folder 12 Correspondence Pi - P, 1950

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Folder 1 Correspondence Q, 1950

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Folder 2 Correspondence R - Ri, 1950

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ro - R, 1950

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Folder 4 Correspondence S - Sc, 1950

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Folder 5 Correspondence Se - Sk, 1950

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Folder 6 Correspondence Sl - Sr, 1950

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Folder 7 Correspondence St - S, 1950

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Folder 8 Shell Agricultural Laboratory, 1950. Includes advertising brochures for Shell products.

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Folder 9 Shell Development Company Research Laboratory, 1950

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Folder 10 Shell Oil Company, California, November 18, 1950. Brochures, maps, photographs, and correspondence relating to Watson Davis visit to agricultural research facility.

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Folder 1 Correspondence T - Th, 1950

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ti - T, 1950

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Folder 3 Correspondence U, 1950

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Folder 4 Correspondence V, 1950

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Folder 5 Correspondence W - We, 1950. Correspondents include Selman A. Waksman.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Wh - W, 1950

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Folder 7 Correspondence X - Z, 1950. Correspondence A - Ak for 1951 is missing.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Al - Am, 1951. Correspondents include Frederick Lewis Allen.

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Folder 9 Correspondence An - A, 1951

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Folder 10 Correspondence B - Bl, 1951

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bo - B, 1951. Photographs of Science Club exhibits; correspondents include Joseph Bronowski and Christina Buechner.

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Folder 2 British Commonwealth Scientific Office, 1950-1951

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Folder 3 Dean Burk, 1951. Material related to photosynthesis article written by Jane Stafford for the National Institutes of Health.

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Folder 4 Correspondence C - Ce, 1951

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1951. Includes civil defense pamphlets.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Co, 1951. Includes invitation to E.U. Condon's farewell dinner at the National Bureau of Standards.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Cr - C, 1951. Correspondents include Edward J. Crane.

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Folder 8 Curtis Brown, Ltd., 1950. Correspondents include Alan C. Collins.

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Folder 9 Correspondence D - De, 1951

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Folder 10 Correspondence Di - D, 1951

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Folder 1 Correspondence E, 1951

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Folder 2 Correspondence F - Fi, 1951. Correspondents include W.A. Higinbotham; includes discussion of financial problems of Federation of American Scientists, for which Watson Davis served as advisor.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Fl - F, 1951. Includes mining postcards and brochures; correspondents include Frank R. Ford.

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Folder 4 Form letters, 1939-1950

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Folder 5 Martha Morrow Furman, 1949-1950. Includes specimen of sand from Iwo Jima battlefield; descriptions of life in Japan in 1949.

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Folder 6 Correspondence G - Gi, 1951

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Folder 7 Correspondence Go - G, 1951

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Folder 8 General Electric Company, 1949-1950. Includes two "Science Forum" radio scripts.

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Folder 9 Correspondence H - Ha, 1951. Correspondents include Ernst A. Hauser.

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Folder 10 Correspondence He - H, 1951

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Folder 11 Andrew Hamilton, 1950-1951

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Folder 1 Correspondence I, 1951

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Folder 2 Correspondence J, 1951

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Folder 3 Correspondence K - Ke, 1951

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ki - K, 1951

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Folder 5 Kites - Indian Cycle Shop, 1948. Correspondents include Albert Bachard; discussion of selling surplus glider kites through Science Service.

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Folder 6 James S. Knapp, 1951

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Folder 7 Joseph Kraus, 1951

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Folder 8 Correspondence L - Lev, 1951. Correspondents include Karl Lark-Horovitz.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Lew - L, 1951

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Folder 10 Correspondence M - Mc, 1951

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Folder 11 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1951. Correspondents include Robert A. Millikan.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Mo - M, 1951

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Folder 1 Correspondence N - Na, 1951

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ne - N, 1951

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Folder 3 Correspondence O, 1951

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Folder 4 Correspondence P - Pe, 1951

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pf - P, 1951. Discussion of Philadelphia Zoo; correspondents include Roger Conant.

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Folder 6 Correspondence R - Ri, 1951. Correspondents include George W. Rappleyea.

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ro - R, 1951. Correspondents include Henry N. Rodenbaugh.

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Folder 8 Correspondence S - Sc, 1951. Correspondents include Charles E. Scripps; additional correspondence S, 1951, is located in RU 7091, Series 5, Box 385, Folder 16.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Se - Si, 1951. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley and Jerry Siegel.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sj - So, 1951

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sp - S, 1951

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Folder 3 James Stokley, 1949-1951

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Folder 4 Correspondence T - Th, 1951

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ti - T, 1951

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Folder 6 Frank Thone, 1948-1949. Correspondence and material received by Thone before his death in 1949; includes discussion of conservation efforts in Europe and Micronesia.

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Folder 7 Correspondence U, 1951

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Folder 8 Correspondence V, 1951

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Folder 9 Correspondence W - Wa, 1951

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Folder 10 Correspondence We - Wei, 1951

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wel - Wil, 1951. Correspondents include Gerald Wendt and John A. Wheeler; discussion of UNESCO and science clubs.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Win - W, 1951

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Folder 3 Westinghouse Science Writing Awards, 1951. Includes advertising posters for the competition.

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Folder 4 Correspondence A - Am, 1952. Includes discussion of the American Eugenics Society.

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Folder 5 Correspondence An - A, 1952

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Folder 6 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1948-1952

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Folder 7 Correspondence B - Bi, 1952

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Folder 8 Correspondence Bl - Bo, 1952. Correspondents include Bruce Bliven.

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Folder 9 Correspondence Br - B, 1952

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Folder 10 Britannica Junior articles by Marjorie Van de Water. Includes style book.

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Folder 1 Correspondence C - Ci, 1952. Correspondents include Frank Cameron.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Cl - Co, 1952

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Folder 3 Correspondence Cr - C, 1952

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Folder 4 University of Chicago, 1950-1951. Coverage of university research.

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Folder 5 Communications - telegraph companies, 1943-1948. Brochures and rate information on Western Union, RCA, and similar telegraph services.

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Folder 6 Correspondence D, 1952

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Folder 7 Defense Department - press accreditation, 1949

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Folder 8 Correspondence E, 1952

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Folder 9 Gerardo Elkeles, 1952

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Folder 10 England - Science News Letter, "THINGS of Science," and Science Talent Search, 1948. Efforts to duplicate Science Service activities in England.

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Folder 11 Educational Aid Bill (H.R. 2953). Material on national campaign to demonstrate political support for legislation.

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Folder 12 Correspondence F, 1952

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Folder 13 Charles A. Federer, 1948-1952

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Folder 1 J.G. Feinberg, 1950-1952

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Folder 2 Henry Field, 1950-1952

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Folder 3 Correspondence G - Gl, 1952

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Folder 4 Correspondence Go - G, 1952

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Folder 5 Correspondence H - He, 1952

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Folder 6 Correspondence Hi - H, 1952. Correspondents include Roy Wittoward.

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Folder 7 Andrew Hamilton, 1952

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Folder 8 Correspondence I, 1952

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Folder 9 Correspondence J, 1952

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Folder 10 Correspondence K - Ki, 1952

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Folder 11 Correspondence Kl - K, 1952

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Folder 1 Correspondence L - Le, 1952

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Folder 2 Correspondence Li - L, 1952

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Folder 3 Lasker Award, 1952. Nomination of Jane Stafford for her articles on cancer research.

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Folder 4 Correspondence M - Ma, 1952

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mc - Mi, 1952

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mo - M, 1952

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Folder 7 Correspondence N, 1952

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Folder 8 National Association of Science Writers, 1942-1943, 1948-1949, 1952. Correspondence relating to membership selection and changes to the group's constitution.

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Folder 9 Newspaper Enterprise Association Service - E.E. Stanton, 1952

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Folder 10 Charles Newton - VFW cancer donation, 1952

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Folder 11 Carl C. Nielson, 1952

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Folder 1 Correspondence O, 1952

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Folder 2 Correspondence P - Pf, 1952

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ph - P, 1952

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Folder 4 M.R. Panikkar - India, 1945-1950

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Folder 5 Correspondence Q - Re, 1952. Correspondents include Ivy Kellerman Reed.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ri - R, 1952. Correspondence S - Z for 1952 is missing.

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Folder 7 Reader's Digest, October 1949, and Science News Letter, July 30, 1949. Complaints and threat of lawsuit about Science News Letter article reprinted in Reader's Digest.

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Folder 8 Correspondence A - Am, 1953

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Folder 9 Correspondence An - A, 1953

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Folder 10 Correspondence B - Bl, 1953

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Folder 11 Correspondence Bo - B, 1953. Correspondents include Joseph Bronowski.

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Folder 1 Correspondence C - Ci, 1953. Correspondents include Ritchie Calder.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Cl - C, 1953

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Folder 3 W.G. Chandler - Scripps-Howard Newspapers, 1953

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Folder 4 Congressional press galleries, 1950-1953

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Folder 5 Cosmos Club, 1953

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Folder 6 Correspondence D, 1953

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Folder 7 Correspondence E, 1953

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Folder 8 Mildred Ericson, 1950-1953

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Folder 9 Correspondence F, 1953

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Folder 10 Odum Fanning, 1950-1953

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Folder 11 Wanda K. Farr, 1953

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Folder 12 Joseph G. Feinberg, 1953

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Folder 1 Correspondence G - Gl, 1953

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Folder 2 Correspondence Go - G, 1953. Correspondents include Maurice Goldsmith.

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Folder 3 Correspondence H - He, 1953

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Folder 4 Correspondence Hi - H, 1953

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Folder 5 Andrew Hamilton, 1953

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Folder 6 Correspondence I, 1953

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Folder 7 Correspondence J, 1953

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Folder 8 Correspondence K - Ki, 1953

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Folder 9 Correspondence Kl - K, 1953. Includes material about Reformed Spelling Society, Inc.

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Folder 10 Correspondence L - Le, 1953. Correspondents include Lawrence Langer and Karl Lark-Horovitz.

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Folder 11 Correspondence Li - L, 1953

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Folder 12 Albert Lasker Journalism Awards

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Folder 1 Correspondence M - Md, 1953

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Folder 2 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1953

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Folder 3 Correspondence Mo - M, 1953

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Folder 4 James Milo, 1953

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Folder 5 Correspondence N, 1953

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1953

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Folder 7 Correspondence P - Pe, 1953

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Folder 8 Correspondence Pf - P, 1953

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Folder 9 Correspondence Q, 1953

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Folder 10 Correspondence R - Ri, 1953

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Folder 11 Correspondence Ro - R, 1953

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Folder 1 Reader's Digest, 1950-1953

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Folder 2 O.W. Riegel, 1950-1953

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Folder 3 Correspondence S - Se, 1953

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Folder 4 Correspondence Sh - So, 1953

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Folder 5 Correspondence Sp - S, 1953

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Folder 6 Science Talent Search, 1949-1950

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Folder 7 Charles E. Scripps - Scripps-Howard Newspapers

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Folder 8 Robert V. Seliger, 1953

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Folder 9 Correspondence T, 1953

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Folder 10 Correspondence U, 1953

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Folder 11 Correspondence V, 1953

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Folder 12 Correspondence W - Wh, 1953

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Folder 13 Correspondence Wi - W, 1953

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Folder 1 Daniel Wilkes, 1950-1953

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Folder 2 Correspondence X - Z, 1953

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Folder 3 Correspondence A - Al, 1954

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Folder 4 Correspondence Am, 1954

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Folder 5 Correspondence An - A, 1954

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Folder 6 Correspondence B - Be, 1954

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Folder 7 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1954

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Folder 8 Correspondence Br - B, 1954

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Folder 9 Correspondence C - Ci, 1954

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Folder 10 Correspondence Cl - C, 1954. Correspondents include Barry Commoner.

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Box 315

Folder 1 Tenth Annual Raymond Clapper Memorial Award

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Folder 2 Correspondence D, 1954

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Folder 3 Correspondence E, 1954

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Folder 4 Correspondence F, 1954

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Folder 5 Correspondence G - Gl, 1954

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Folder 6 Correspondence Go - G, 1954

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Folder 7 Ajit Guin, 1953

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Folder 8 Correspondence H - He, 1954

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Folder 9 Correspondence Hi - H, 1954

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Folder 10 Andrew Hamilton, 1954

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Folder 11 Howland and Howland, Inc., 1953-1954

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Folder 1 Correspondence I, 1954

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Folder 2 Interlingua. Carbons of 1954 invitation letters.

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Folder 3 Correspondence J, 1954

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Folder 4 Correspondence K - Ke, 1954

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ki - K, 1954

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Folder 6 Correspondence L - Le, 1954

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Folder 7 Correspondence Li - L, 1954

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Folder 8 Albert Lasker - journalism awards, 1953-1954. Submission of Jane Stafford's articles for award.

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Folder 9 Correspondence M - Mc, 1954

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Folder 10 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1954

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Folder 11 Correspondence Mo - M, 1954

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Folder 1 Correspondence N - Ne, 1954

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ni - N, 1954. Correspondents include H.H. Nininger.

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Folder 3 Correspondence O, 1954

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Folder 4 Correspondence P - Ph, 1954

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pi - P, 1954

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Folder 6 Pulitzer prize entries for Jane Stafford, 1954

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Folder 7 Correspondence Q, 1954

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Folder 8 Correspondence R - Ri, 1954

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Folder 9 Correspondence Ro - R, 1954. Correspondents include George W. Rappleyea.

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Folder 10 Reader's Digest, 1954

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Folder 11 Correspondence S - Se, 1954

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sh - Sm, 1954

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sn - Sta, 1954

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ste - S, 1954

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Folder 4 Science News Letter. Carbons of letters answering subscribers and listeners to Science Service radio programs.

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Folder 5 Harlow Shapley, 1949-1954

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi - Felix Bloch, 1954. National lecture tour; Science Service was involved in the arrangements for this Sigma Xi program.

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Folder 7 Sigma Xi - Henry Eyring, 1954. National lecture tour.

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Folder 8 Sigma Xi - Laurence H. Snyder, 1954. National lecture tour.

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Folder 9 Sigma Xi - Kenneth Thimann, 1954. National lecture tour.

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Folder 10 Staff search, 1954

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Folder 11 James Stokley - New York World Telegram and The Sun, 1952

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Folder 12 Correspondence T - Th, 1954

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Folder 1 Correspondence Ti - T, 1954

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Folder 2 Lewis M. Terman, 1954

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Folder 3 Correspondence U, 1954

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Folder 4 UNESCO, 1953-1954

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Folder 5 Correspondence V, 1954

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Folder 6 Correspondence W - We, 1954

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Folder 7 Correspondence Wh - W, 1954

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Folder 8 Daniel Wilkes, 1954

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Folder 9 Correspondence X - Z, 1954. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes; includes discussion of the founding of Science Service.

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Folder 10 Correspondence A - Am, 1955

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Folder 11 Correspondence An - A, 1955

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Folder 12 Correspondence B - Be, 1955

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bi - Bo, 1955

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Folder 2 Correspondence Br - B, 1955

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Folder 3 American Heart Association Blakeslee Award, 1955. Photographs and correspondence relating to award to Jane Stafford.

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Folder 4 Correspondence C - Ch, 1955

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Folder 5 Correspondence Cl - C, 1955

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Folder 6 Leonard Carmichael, 1955

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Folder 7 Correspondence D - De, 1955

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Folder 8 Correspondence Di - D, 1955

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Folder 9 Harold A. Edgerton, 1954-1955

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Folder 10 Correspondence E, 1955. Includes photograph of Edward Teller.

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Folder 11 Correspondence F, 1955

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Folder 1 Correspondence G - Go, 1955. Correspondents include Eugene Garfield.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Gr - G, 1955

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Folder 3 Correspondence H - Hi, 1955

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ho - H, 1955

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Folder 5 Andrew Hamilton, 1955

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Folder 6 Correspondence I, 1955. Includes May 1955 issue of "AIR Intelligence Training Bulletin."

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Folder 7 Correspondence J, 1955

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Folder 8 Correspondence K, 1955. Correspondents include Waldemar Kaempffert.

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Folder 9 Ron Kenyon - Canadian writers, 1955

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Folder 10 Hans F. Kutschbach, 1954-1955

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Folder 1 Correspondence L, 1955. Includes information and photographs on medical scintillation detectors.

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Folder 2 Karl Lark-Horovitz, 1955

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Folder 3 Albert Lasker journalism awards, 1954

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Folder 4 Correspondence M - Ma, 1955

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Folder 5 Correspondence Mc - Me, 1955. Includes copies of "Medicine in the News."

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Folder 6 Correspondence Mi - M, 1955

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Folder 7 Correspondence N - Na, 1955

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Folder 8 Correspondence Ne - N, 1955

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Folder 9 Correspondence O, 1955

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Folder 10 Correspondence P - Pe, 1955

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Folder 1 Correspondence Pf - Po, 1955

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Folder 2 Correspondence Pr - P, 1955. Includes material on Los Angeles air pollution; correspondents include Property Protectors Association.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Q, 1955

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Folder 4 Correspondence R - Ri, 1955. Correspondents include Hugo Gernsback.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ro - R, 1955. Includes discussion of air pollution and petroleum engines.

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Folder 6 Reader's Digest - "Can We Farm the Ocean," 1955. Requests for a reprinted Science News Letter article on Bendix electronic fish finder.

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Folder 7 O.W. Riegel, 1954-1955

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Folder 8 Correspondence S - Sc, 1955

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Folder 9 Correspondence Se - So, 1955. Includes discussion of content indexing; correspondents include Eugene Garfield and Atherton Seidel.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Sp - S, 1955

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Folder 1 Arthur Scholes, 1954-1955

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Folder 2 Harlow Shapley, 1954-1955

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Folder 3 Sigma Xi - Eugene Ayres, 1954-1955. National lecture tour November 1954 - February 1955.

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Folder 4 Sigma Xi - Robert P. Glover and T.J.E. O'Neill, 1954-1955. National lecture tour, December 1954 - May 1955.

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Folder 5 Sigma Xi - Karl Lark-Horovitz, 1955. National lecture tour April - May 1955.

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi - Daniel Mazia, 1955. National lecture tour in February.

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Folder 7 Jane Stafford speech to National Association for Mental Health, 1955

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Folder 8 James Stokley, 1952-1955

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Folder 9 Correspondence T, 1955

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Folder 10 Taffy, 1950-1955

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Folder 11 Correspondence U, 1955

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Folder 12 Correspondence V, 1955

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Folder 13 Correspondence W - Wh, 1955

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wi - W, 1955

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Folder 2 Daniel Wilkes, 1955

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Folder 3 Correspondence X - Z, 1955. Correspondents include Herbert S. Zim.

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Folder 4 Correspondence A - Am, 1956. Includes discussion of status of American Documentation Institute.

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Folder 5 Correspondence An - A, 1956

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Folder 6 American Trucking Association safety story competition, 1956

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Folder 7 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation science writing award, 1956

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Folder 8 Correspondence B - Be, 1956

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Folder 9 Correspondence Bi - B, 1956. Correspondents include Charles Bittinger and Edwin G. Boring; includes discussion of work of Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 10 Benjamin Franklin magazine awards, 1956

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Folder 11 Correspondence C - Ch, 1956. Correspondents include Leonard Carmichael.

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Folder 12 Correspondence Ci - Cm, 1956. Includes brochure for urani-tector (uranium detector) kit, information on battery additive AD-X2, and discussion of the Union Internationale des Associations Nationales d'Ecrivains Scientifiques.

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Folder 1 Correspondence Co - C, 1956

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Folder 2 Correspondence D, 1956

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Folder 3 Correspondence E, 1956

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Folder 4 Correspondence F - Fi, 1956. Includes copies of Henry Field's List of Documents Microfilmed, 1926-1955 and List of Documents Microfilmed, 1941-1955.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Fl - F, 1956

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Folder 6 Correspondence G - Gi, 1956

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Folder 7 Correspondence Go - G, 1956

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Folder 8 Correspondence H - He, 1956

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Folder 9 Correspondence Hi - H, 1956

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Folder 1 Correspondence I, 1956

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Folder 2 Independent Woman, 1956. Background material and drafts for Jane Stafford's article on women in science.

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Folder 3 Correspondence J, 1956

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Folder 4 Correspondence K - Ke, 1956. Correspondents include Anselm M. Keefe.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Ki - K, 1956

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Folder 6 Correspondence L - Le, 1956

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Folder 7 Correspondence Li - L, 1956

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Folder 8 Lasker awards - 1956 entry

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Folder 9 F.C. Livingstone, 1956

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Folder 10 Correspondence M - Ma, 1956

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Folder 11 Correspondence Mc - Mi, 1956

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Folder 1 Correspondence Mo - M, 1956. Correspondents include Merrill Moore; advertising brochures for Moore's poetry books.

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Folder 2 Correspondence N, 1956

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Folder 3 National Science Youth Month, 1956

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Folder 4 Correspondence O, 1956

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Folder 5 Correspondence P - Pe, 1956

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Folder 6 Correspondence Pf - P, 1956

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Folder 7 Physicians' News Service, 1956

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Folder 8 Henry W. Pierce, 1955-1956

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Folder 9 Correspondence Q - Rob, 1956. Correspondents include Walter Orr Roberts.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ros - R, 1956. Correspondents include George Y. Rust; includes information on Center for Advancement of Scholarship and Science.

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Folder 11 Bert Reichert, 1950-1956

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Folder 1 Correspondence S - Sc, 1956. Includes discussion of competition from new medical publications and news services.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Se - Sl, 1956

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sm - S, 1956

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Folder 4 Arthur Scholes, 1956

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Folder 5 Scope, 1956. Drafts of article by Marjorie Van de Water.

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi - Sterling B. Hendricks, 1956. National lecture tour.

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Folder 7 Sigma Xi - L. Don Leet, 1956. National lecture tour.

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Folder 8 Sigma Xi - Paul B. Sears, 1956. National lecture tour.

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Folder 9 Sigma Xi - B. F. Skinner, 1956. National lecture tour.

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Folder 10 Sigma Xi - Frits W. Went, 1956. National lecture tour.

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Folder 1 Correspondence T, 1956

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Folder 2 Correspondence U - V, 1956

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Folder 3 Correspondence W - We, 1956

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Folder 4 Correspondence Wh - W, 1956. Correspondents include D.C. Wilkerson; discussion of radio transmitters in rockets.

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Folder 5 Westinghouse Science Talent Institute - stories and samples, 1955-1956

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Folder 6 Daniel Wilkes, 1956

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Folder 7 Correspondence X - Z, 1956

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Folder 8 Correspondence A - Am, 1957

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Folder 9 Correspondence An - A, 1957

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Folder 1 American Peoples Encyclopedia, 1956-1957. The encyclopedia's editor rejected a Science Service manuscript about "The Sciences."

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Folder 2 Correspondence B - Be, 1957. Correspondents include Hans A. Bethe.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Bi - Bri, 1957

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Folder 4 Correspondence Bro - B, 1957

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Folder 5 Correspondence C - Ch, 1957

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ci - Coo, 1957

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Folder 7 Correspondence Cor - C, 1957

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Folder 8 Correspondence D - De, 1957

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Folder 9 Correspondence Di - D, 1957. Correspondents include DeWitt Stetten.

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Folder 1 Correspondence E - El, 1957. Includes information on the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Em - E, 1957

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Folder 3 Correspondence F, 1957

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Folder 4 Correspondence G - Gi, 1957

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Folder 5 Correspondence Gl - G, 1957. Includes discussion of three-dimensional mechanical drawing.

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Folder 6 Correspondence H - He, 1957

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Folder 7 Correspondence Hi - H, 1957. Correspondents include Morgan J. Davis.

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Folder 8 Andrew Hamilton, 1956-1957

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Folder 1 Correspondence I, 1957. Includes advertising from Institute of Crime Prevention.

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Folder 2 Correspondence J, 1957

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Folder 3 Correspondence K, 1957. Correspondents include Ray Ginger.

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Folder 4 Correspondence L - Le, 1957

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Folder 5 Correspondence Li - L, 1957. Correspondents include Robert E. Little.

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Folder 6 Karl Lark-Horovitz, 1956-1957

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Folder 7 Correspondence M - Ma, 1957. Correspondents include Frank J. Malina.

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Folder 8 Correspondence Mc - Me, 1957

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Folder 9 Correspondence Mi - M, 1957. Includes material on Midwest Research Institute.

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Folder 1 Correspondence N - Na, 1957

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ne - N, 1957

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Folder 3 Correspondence O, 1957

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Folder 4 Correspondence P - Ph, 1957

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pi - P, 1957

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Folder 6 Press cards, 1949-1955

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Folder 7 Correspondence Q, 1957

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Folder 8 Correspondence R - Rod, 1957

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Folder 9 Correspondence Roe - R, 1957

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Folder 10 D.H. Radler, 1956-1957

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Folder 11 O.W. Riegel, 1956-1957

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Folder 1 Correspondence S - Se, 1957

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sh - Sq, 1957

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Folder 3 Correspondence St - S, 1957

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Folder 4 Arthur Scholes, 1957

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Folder 5 Harlow Shapley, 1956-1957

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi, 1956-1957

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Folder 7 Sigma Xi - A.J. Eardley, 1957. National lecture tour.

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Folder 8 Sigma Xi - Serge A. Korff, 1957. National lecture tour.

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Folder 9 Sigma Xi - Donald B. Lawrence, 1957. National lecture tour.

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Folder 10 Sigma Xi - Richard J. Russell, 1957. National lecture tour.

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Folder 11 Sigma Xi - John Turkevich, 1957. National lecture tour.

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Folder 12 Sigma Xi - Roger J. Williams, 1957. National lecture tour.

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Folder 1 Correspondence T, 1957

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Folder 2 Taffy, 1956-1957

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Folder 3 Barbara Tufty, 1957

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Folder 4 Correspondence U, 1957

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Folder 5 United Nations, 1957. Possible freelance contract with A.G. Mezerik.

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Folder 6 United Press Association, 1957

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Folder 7 Correspondence V, 1957

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Folder 8 Correspondence W - Wh, 1957

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Folder 9 Correspondence Wi - W, 1957. Includes discussion of journal exchanges.

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Folder 10 Joseph Wassersug, 1957. Discussion of possible medical column.

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Folder 11 Correspondence X - Z, 1957

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Folder 12 Correspondence A - Am, 1958

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Folder 13 Correspondence An - A, 1958

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Folder 14 I.H. Abdel-Rahman, 1956

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Folder 15 Applications for staff writer, 1945-1953

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Folder 1 Correspondence B - Ba, 1958. Correspondents include W.W. Bauer.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Be - Bo, 1958

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Folder 3 Correspondence Br - B, 1958

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Folder 4 M.D. Bellomy, 1955-1958

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Folder 5 Correspondence C - Ce, 1958

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ch - Cl, 1958

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Folder 7 Correspondence Co - C, 1958. Correspondents include Morris Llewellyn Cooke.

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Folder 8 Leonard Carmichael, 1958

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Folder 9 Correspondence D - De, 1958

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Folder 1 Correspondence Di - D, 1958. Includes material on the "EYETRON."

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Folder 2 Carolina Amor De Fournier, 1956-1958

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Folder 3 Correspondence E, 1958

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Folder 4 Mildred J. Ericson, 1956-1958

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Folder 5 Correspondence F, 1958

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Folder 6 Correspondence G, 1958

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Folder 7 Correspondence H - Ha, 1958

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Folder 8 Correspondence He - H, 1958

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Folder 9 Andrew Hamilton, 1958

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Folder 10 Correspondence I, 1958

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Folder 1 Correspondence J, 1958

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Folder 2 Correspondence K - Ke, 1958

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Folder 3 Correspondence Ki - K, 1958

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Folder 4 Hans F. Kutschbach, 1956-1958

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Folder 5 Correspondence L - Le, 1958

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Folder 6 Correspondence Li - L, 1958

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Folder 7 F.C. Livingstone, 1957-1958

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Folder 8 Horace Loftin, 1956-1958

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Folder 9 Correspondence M - Mc, 1958

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Folder 1 Correspondence Me - M, 1958. Correspondents include Margaret Mead.

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Folder 2 Charlotte Davis Mooers, 1958

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Folder 3 Correspondence N - Na, 1958

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ne - N, 1958

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Folder 5 Correspondence O, 1958

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Folder 6 Correspondence P - Pe, 1958

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Folder 7 Correspondence Pf - P, 1958

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Folder 8 Correspondence Q, 1958

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Folder 9 Correspondence R - Re, 1958. Correspondents include Roger Revelle.

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ri - R, 1958

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Folder 11 Bert Reichert, 1956-1958

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Folder 12 Alphens J. Roberts, 1958

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Folder 1 Correspondence S - Se, 1958. Correspondents include Glenn T. Seaborg.

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Folder 2 Correspondence Sh - Sm, 1958. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sn - S, 1958. Correspondents include Lewis Strauss.

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Folder 4 Arthur Scholes, 1957-1958

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Folder 5 Sigma Xi - Joseph W. Beard, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi - Paul Delahay, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 7 Sigma Xi - R.C. Elderfield, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 8 Sigma Xi - Bentley Glass, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 9 Sigma Xi - E. Cuyler Hammond, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 10 Sigma Xi - George C. Kennedy, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 11 Sigma Xi - A.C. Redfield, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 12 Sigma Xi - Ralph H. Wetmore, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 13 Sigma Xi - John T. Wilson, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 14 Sigma Xi - Albert C. Zettlemoyer, 1958. National lecture tour.

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Folder 1 Correspondence T, 1958

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Folder 2 Taffy for Science News Letter and "THINGS of Science," 1957-1958

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Folder 3 Correspondence U, 1958

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Folder 4 Correspondence V, 1958

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Folder 5 Correspondence W - Wg, 1958

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Folder 6 Correspondence Wh - W, 1958

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Folder 7 Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1957-1958

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Folder 8 Daniel Wilkes, 1957-1958

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Folder 9 Correspondence X - Z, 1958

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Folder 10 Correspondence A - Am, 1959

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Folder 11 Correspondence An - A, 1959

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Folder 12 Correspondence B - Bl, 1959

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bo - B, 1959

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Folder 2 Correspondence C - Cl, 1959

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Folder 3 Correspondence Co - C, 1959

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Folder 4 Correspondence D - De, 1959

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Folder 5 Correspondence Di - D, 1959

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Folder 6 Correspondence E, 1959

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Folder 7 Correspondence F, 1959

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Folder 8 Correspondence G, 1959

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Folder 1 Correspondence H - Hi, 1959

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ho - H, 1959

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Folder 3 Correspondence I, 1959

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Folder 4 Correspondence J, 1959

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Folder 5 Correspondence K - Ke, 1959

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Folder 6 Correspondence Ki - K, 1959

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Folder 7 Howard Kurtz, 1959

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Folder 8 Correspondence L - Lee, 1959

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Folder 9 Correspondence Lef - L, 1959

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Folder 10 F.C. Livingstone, 1959

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Folder 1 Correspondence M - Mc, 1959

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Folder 2 Correspondence Me - Mi, 1959

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Folder 3 Correspondence Mo - M, 1959

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Folder 4 Correspondence N, 1959. Includes program for 1959 American Psychological Association Foundation award to Marjorie Van de Water.

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Folder 5 John Neubauer, 1959

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Folder 6 Correspondence O, 1959

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Folder 7 Correspondence P, 1959

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Folder 8 Correspondence Q - R, 1959

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Folder 9 Correspondence S - Sc, 1959

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Folder 10 Correspondence Se - Sm, 1959

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Folder 1 Correspondence Sn - Sq, 1959. Correspondence for Sr - Ss for 1959 is missing.

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Folder 2 Correspondence St - S, 1959

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Folder 3 Arthur Scholes, 1959

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Folder 4 Scientific Apparatus Makers Award in Chemical Education, 1960

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Folder 5 Sigma Xi - R.F. Dawson, 1959. National lecture tour, November 1959.

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Folder 6 Sigma Xi - Harry Harlow, 1959. National lecture tour, March - April 1959.

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Folder 7 Sigma Xi - Heinz A. Lowenstam, 1959-1960. National lecture tour, February - March 1960.

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Folder 8 Sigma Xi - Willem J. Luyten, 1959. National lecture tour, November 1959.

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Folder 9 Sigma Xi - J. Herbert Taylor, 1959-1960. National lecture tour, January 1960.

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Folder 10 Sigma Xi - John Verhoogen, 1959. National lecture tour, November 1959.

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Folder 11 Correspondence T, 1959

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Folder 12 Correspondence U - V, 1959

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Folder 13 Correspondence W - We, 1959

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Folder 1 Correspondence Wh - W, 1959

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Folder 2 Correspondence X - Z, 1959

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Folder 3 Correspondence A, 1960

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Folder 4 Asia Foundation, 1960

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Folder 5 Correspondence B - Bl, 1960

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Folder 6 Correspondence Bo - B, 1960

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Folder 7 Werner Buedeler, 1959-1960

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Folder 8 Correspondence C - Cl, 1960

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Folder 9 Correspondence Co - C, 1960. Discussion of science education in England; correspondents include Ralph Cosham.

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Folder 10 Leonard Carmichael, 1959-1960

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Folder 11 Correspondence D, 1960

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Box 348

Folder 1 Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1959-1960. Book series developed with Science Service.

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Folder 2 Correspondence E, 1960

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Folder 3 Correspondence F, 1960

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Folder 4 Correspondence G - Gi, 1960

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Folder 5 Correspondence Go - G, 1960. Includes copy of 1929 Robert H. Goddard letter.

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Folder 6 Alexander Gode, 1956-1960

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Folder 7 Correspondence H - He, 1960

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Folder 8 Correspondence Hi - H, 1960

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Folder 9 Andrew Hamilton, 1959-1960

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Folder 1 Burton L. Hawk, 1956-1960

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Folder 2 Correspondence I, 1960

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Folder 3 Correspondence J, 1960

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Folder 4 Correspondence K, 1960

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Folder 5 Hans F. Kutschbach, 1959-1960

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Folder 6 Correspondence L - Le, 1960

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Folder 7 Correspondence Li - L, 1960. Includes discussion of the science of curveballs; correspondents include Ernest Lowry.

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Folder 8 F.C. Livingstone, 1959-1960

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Folder 9 Horace Loftin, 1958-1960

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Folder 10 Correspondence M - Me, 1960

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Folder 11 Correspondence Mi - M, 1960

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Folder 1 Correspondence N - Na, 1960

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ne - N, 1960. Correspondents include Richard M. Nixon.

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Folder 3 Correspondence O, 1960

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Folder 4 Correspondence P - Pe, 1960

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Folder 5 Correspondence Pf - P, 1960

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Folder 6 Kirk Polking, 1959-1960

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Folder 7 Correspondence Q - Ri, 1960

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Folder 8 Correspondence Ro - R, 1960

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Folder 9 Grace Ray, 1959-1960

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Folder 10 Referral letters, 1960

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Folder 11 Bert Reichert, 1959-1960

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Folder 12 O.W. Riegel, 1959-1960

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Folder 13 Correspondence S - Si, 1960

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Folder 14 Correspondence Sk - S, 1960

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Box 351

Folder 1 Arthur Scholes, 1960

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Folder 2 Science Research Associates, Inc., 1959-1960

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Folder 3 Correspondence T, 1960

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Folder 4 Taffy, 1959-1960

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Folder 5 Correspondence U - V, 1960. Discussion of British science writing; correspondents include Ralph Cosham.

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Folder 6 Correspondence W - We, 1960

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Folder 7 Correspondence Wh - W, 1960

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Folder 8 Daniel Wilkes, 1959-1960

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Folder 9 Correspondence X - Z, 1960

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Folder 10 Correspondence A, 1961

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Folder 11 Toshio Aijima, 1961

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Folder 12 Armour Research Foundation, 1961

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Folder 13 Correspondence B - Be, 1961

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Folder 1 Correspondence Bi - B, 1961

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Folder 2 M.D. Bellomy, 1961

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Folder 3 Correspondence C - Ch, 1961

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ci - C, 1961

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Folder 5 Correspondence D, 1961

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Folder 6 Correspondence E, 1961

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Folder 7 Correspondence F, 1961

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Folder 8 Correspondence G, 1961

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Folder 9 Correspondence H - He, 1961

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Folder 1 Correspondence Hi - H, 1961

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Folder 2 Andrew Hamilton, 1961

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Folder 3 Correspondence I, 1961

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Folder 4 Correspondence J, 1961

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Folder 5 Austin E. Jones - earth scientists, 1961. Discussion of whether unemployed earth scientists could be "diverted" into careers in oceanography.

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Folder 6 Correspondence K, 1961

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Folder 7 Hans F. Kutschbach, 1961

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Folder 8 Correspondence L, 1961

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Folder 9 J. Levinton, 1960-1961

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Folder 10 F.C. Livingstone, 1961

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Folder 11 Horace Loftin, 1961

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Folder 12 Walter Lowdermilk, 1961

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Folder 1 Correspondence M - Me, 1961

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Folder 2 Correspondence Mi - M, 1961

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Folder 3 Sophie Mayers, 1961. Gift copies of Science News Letter for students in Asia.

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Folder 4 Correspondence N, 1961

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Folder 5 Correspondence O, 1961

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Folder 6 Correspondence P - Pe, 1961

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Folder 7 Correspondence Ph - P, 1961

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Folder 8 Congressional press galleries, 1956-1961

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Folder 9 Correspondence Q - Ri, 1961

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Folder 10 Correspondence Ro - R, 1961

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Folder 1 Bert Reichert, 1961

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Folder 2 Correspondence S - Se, 1961. Correspondents include Albert B. Sabin.

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Folder 3 Correspondence Sh - Sn, 1961

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Folder 4 Correspondence So - S, 1961

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Folder 5 Arthur Scholes, 1961

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Folder 6 James Stokley, 1956-1961

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Folder 7 Correspondence T, 1961

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Folder 8 Correspondence U, 1961

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Folder 9 Correspondence V, 1961

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Folder 10 Correspondence W, 1961

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Folder 11 World Almanac - prehistoric table

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Folder 12 Correspondence X - Z, 1961

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Box 356

Folder 1 Correspondence A - Al, 1962

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Folder 2 Correspondence Am, 1962

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Folder 3 Correspondence An - A, 1962

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Folder 4 Correspondence B - Be, 1962

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Folder 5 Correspondence Bi - B, 1962

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Folder 6 Correspondence C - Cl, 1962

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Folder 7 Correspondence Co - C, 1962

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Folder 8 Leonard Carmichael, 1962

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Folder 9 Robert Citron, 1962. Discussion of experimental equine anticancer serum.

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Folder 10 Correspondence D, 1962

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Box 357

Folder 1 Correspondence E, 1962

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Folder 2 M.E. Ensminger, 1962. Proposal for column on veterinary science.

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Folder 3 Correspondence F, 1962

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Folder 4 Correspondence G - Ge, 1962

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Folder 5 Correspondence Gh - G, 1962

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Folder 6 Correspondence H - Ha, 1962

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Folder 7 Correspondence He - H, 1962

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Folder 8 Correspondence I, 1962

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Folder 9 Correspondence J, 1962

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Folder 10 Correspondence K, 1962

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Folder 1 Correspondence L - Le, 1962

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Folder 2 Correspondence Li - L, 1962

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Folder 3 Correspondence M - Ma, 1962

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Folder 4 Correspondence Mc - M, 1962

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Folder 5 Correspondence N, 1962

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Folder 6 Tove Neville, 1962

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Folder 7 Correspondence O, 1962

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Folder 8 Correspondence P, 1962

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Folder 1 Correspondence Q - Ri, 1962

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Folder 2 Correspondence Ro - R, 1962

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Folder 3 Correspondence S - Se, 1962

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Folder 4 Correspondence Sh - So, 1962

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Folder 5 Correspondence Sp - S, 1962

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Folder 6 Star Map, 1957-1958. Includes original mats and a complete sample mailing to clients.

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Folder 7 Correspondence T, 1962

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Folder 8 Gloria Ball Tafft, 1962

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Folder 9 Joan Temple, 1961-1962

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Folder 10 Correspondence U - V, 1962

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Folder 1 Correspondence W, 1962

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Folder 2 Virginia Watson, 1961-1962

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Folder 3 Correspondence X - Z, 1962

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Folder 4 Correspondence A - Am, 1963

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Folder 5 Correspondence An - A, 1963

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Folder 6 Correspondence B - Bi, 1963

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Folder 7 Correspondence Bl - B, 1963. Correspondence C for 1963 is missing.

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Folder 8 Inquiries about race theory, 1962

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Folder 9 Job applications, 1957-1963

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Folder 10 Correspondence D, 1963. Correspondents include Jack De Ment; includes sample of red "Danger Laser" sign.

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Folder 1 Correspondence E, 1963

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Folder 2 Correspondence F, 1963

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Folder 3 Correspondence G, 1963. Correspondents include Eugene Garfield.

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Folder 4 Correspondence H - Ha, 1963

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Folder 5 Correspondence He - H, 1963

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Folder 6 E.R. Harrington - science education, 1954-1962

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Folder 7 Correspondence I, 1963

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Folder 8 Correspondence J, 1963

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Folder 1 Correspondence K, 1963

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Folder 2 Correspondence L - Le, 1963

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Folder 3 Correspondence Li - L, 1963. Discussion of food fadism and medical quackery.

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Folder 4 F.S. Livingstone, 1962-1963

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Folder 5 Correspondence M - Mc, 1963. Correspondents include Victor K. McElheny.

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Folder 6 Correspondence Me - M, 1963

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Folder 7 State medical journals, 1963

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Folder 8 Correspondence N, 1963. Includes material relating to National Association of Biology Teachers and National Association for Science Writers.

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Folder 9 Correspondence O, 1963

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Folder 1 Correspondence P - Ph, 1963

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Folder 2 Correspondence Pi - P, 1963

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Folder 3 Correspondence Q - Re, 1963

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Folder 4 Correspondence Ri - R, 1963

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Folder 5 Referral letters, 1962-1963

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Folder 6 David J. Roads - Hong Kong, 1962-1963

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Folder 7 Correspondence S - Se, 1963

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Folder 8 Correspondence Sh - Sp, 1963

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Folder 9 Correspondence St - S, 1963

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Box 364

Folder 1 Science News Letter - reprint permissions, 1962-1963

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Folder 2 Science Talent Institute, 1963. Correspondence about visits.

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Folder 3 Correspondence T, 1963

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Folder 4 Taffy for Science News Letter and "THINGS of Science," 1960-1963

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Folder 5 Clare Taylor, 1962-1963

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Folder 6 Barbara Tufty, 1959-1963

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Folder 7 Correspondence U, 1963. Photographs and material related to transparent biological model.

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Folder 8 Correspondence V, 1963. Includes discussion of controversy over potential lung damage from PVPs in hair spray.

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Folder 9 Correspondence W - We, 1963

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Folder 10 Correspondence Wh - W, 1963

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Folder 11 Western Union, 1958-1960

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Folder 12 Correspondence X - Z, 1963

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Box 365

Folder 1 Letter to subscribers of "Outline of Business" and other editorial correspondence, 1923

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Folder 2 Orders for The Story of Copper, 1924-1925

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Folder 3 Dayton Trial, 1925. Drafts of Watson Davis and Frank Thone articles about the Scopes trial.

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Folder 4 Scopes Case, 1925-1926. Correspondents include Henry E. Colton.

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Folder 5 William E. Ritter - "Science Service as an Expression of E.W. Scripps's Philosophy of Life," 1926

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Folder 6 U.S. Daily, 1926. Notes on proposed establishment of a national daily newspaper.

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Folder 7 Correspondence relating to establishing a network of Science Service photographers, 1935

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Folder 8 Mary Churchill Humphrey, 1941-1943. Correspondence relating to YMCA War Prisoners' Aid Committee plan to supply scientists in prisoners-of-war camps with scientific reading materials.

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Folder 9 Prisoners of War, 1942. YMCA War Prisoners' Aid Committee; correspondents include Paul B. Anderson, who succeeded Mary Churchill Humphrey as head of the committee.

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Folder 10 Harvey N. Davis, 1942. Davis, who was Director of U.S. Office of Production Development and Research, was scheduled to appear on "Adventures in Science," February 6, 1943.

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Folder 11 Newspaper Enterprise Association - David Stein, 1944

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Folder 12 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1945 and 1947

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Folder 13 Graflex Book - Morgan and Lester, 1945. Materials relating to Frank Thone's article on nature photography.

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Folder 14 Contests - data and information, 1944-1945. Submission to exhibition of educational radio programs.

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Folder 15 National Science Fair, 1949-1952

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Folder 16 Watson Davis Correspondence S, 1951-1952

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Folder 17 Lectures by Watson Davis - Emmerich Management, 1952

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Folder 18 Miscellaneous Science Service advertisements

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Folder 1 Correspondence R, 1924-1925. Correspondents include C.W. Abbot and L.C. Raiford.

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Folder 2 Correspondence S, 1924-1925. Correspondents include Harlow Shapley and Alexander Silverman.

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Folder 3 Correspondence T, 1924-1925. Correspondents include Louis M. Terman and Frank Thone.

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Folder 4 Correspondence W, 1924-1925. Correspondents include Charles D. Walcott, Henry C. Wallace, E. Morse Wilcox, and Gaylord Wilshire.

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Folder 5 Correspondence Y, 1924-1925. Correspondents include Robert M. Yerkes.

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Folder 6 Yale Scientific Monthly. Material relating to establishment of magazine.

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Folder 7 Notes taken by Watson Davis. Some relate to Davis's 1926 trip to Europe.

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Folder 8 Proposal for Zeitung der Zeitungen, an international newspaper.

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Folder 1 Drafts of E.E. Slosson manuscripts, part 1 of 3. Includes drafts for various news articles and for "Territorial Wars of Birds," "The Sea is the Cradle of Life by the Prince of Monaco," "A New Agency for the Popularization of Science," and "The Singing Crystal."

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Folder 2 Drafts of E.E. Slosson manuscripts, part 2 of 3. Includes drafts for various news articles and for letter announcing establishment of Science Service; also drafts for "The Honey Bee Lit Up," "Stories of Industrial Chemistry," "Scenario of the Rival Sugars," "The Scenario of Coal Tar Colors," and "X-Rays May Endanger the Neighbors."

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Folder 3 Drafts of E.E. Slosson manuscripts, part 3 of 3. Includes drafts for news articles, Executive Committee agenda for April 19, 1921, "Kansas Freedom," "Nature's Advertising," "Henry Adams in his Appreciation to History of the Phase Rule of Willard Gibbs," and "What Can Be Seen in Soda Water."

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Folder 4 Manuscript of E.E. Slosson's This Changing World, part 1 of 2

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Folder 5 Manuscript of E.E. Slosson's This Changing World, part 2 of 2

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Folder 6 Miscellaneous manuscript papers

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Folder 7 Manuscripts for E.E. Slosson's Four-Minute Chats on Science

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Folder 8 Manuscripts for E.E. Slosson's Making Medicine Hit the Mark

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Folder 9 Manuscripts for E.E. Slosson's Creative Chemistry

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Folder 1 Samples of Science News Letter issues, 1944, 1953, and 1961, and samples of Daily Mail Report and other features, 1945-1950. Includes copy of Frank Thone's September 1948 speech on science policy to Conference of State Academies of Science.

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Folder 2 Articles and speeches on popularization of science and the history of Science Service, 1956-1965. Includes notes by Watson Davis for a book on science writing; brochures for prospective writers; advertisements; copy of Watson Davis, "The Challenge of Science Coverage," The Quill, October 1963.

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Folder 3 Extracts from letters praising Science Service

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Folder 4 BF War Psychology. This appears to be a misplaced "morgue" file; includes photographs of sound recording equipment for military training films and of prosthetic devices.

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Folder 5 Copies of Moscow Daily News issue for November 12, 1932, The Leader (Peking) issue for August 27, 1931, and Edgar F. Smith's "Priestleyana."

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Folder 6 Staff application forms, 1935-1936, and miscellaneous photograph captions, 1941

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Folder 7 Miscellaneous news clippings. Includes Arthur Brisbane column of July 15, 1925; Paul H. Oehser's obituary of Frank Thone; 1959 news story about Watson Davis's honorary degree from George Washington University.

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Folder 8 Stamps

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Series 6

COMMITTEES, ORGANIZATIONS, PUBLICATIONS, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES OF WATSON DAVIS, 1941-1954.

This series includes correspondence, reports, agendas, and other materials relating to Watson Davis's membership on advisory committees for George Washington University, NIH Institute of Dental Research, Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, National Association of Science Writers, and National Inventors Council. Box 370 also contains four folders with miscellaneous material: Folder 19 contains copies of articles Davis wrote for Current History in 1927; Folders 20 and 21 contain material relating to science during the Eisenhower administration; and Folder 22 includes information on popular science magazines in Europe in 1949.

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Folder 1 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1945-1954. Correspondents include Howard Meyerhoff and Otis Caldwell.

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Folder 2 George Washington University Board of Trustees, January 1954. Minutes and letters from university officials; correspondents include Gilbert Grosvenor. Watson Davis was elected to the university's Board of Trustees in 1949.

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Folder 3 George Washington University Board of Trustees, 1951-1952. Material on establishment of the university's patent foundation; correspondents include Frank Howard and John Sherba, Jr.

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Folder 4 George Washington University Board of Trustees - patent policies, 1949-1950. Discusses antibiotic research, foundation support, and university patent arrangements with faculty; correspondents include Cloyd H. Marvin and John R. Steelman.

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Folder 5 George Washington Victory Council, George Washington University, 1945-1953. Contains discussion papers by university trustees such as J. Edgar Hoover.

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Folder 6 Institute of Dental Research Advisory Committee - general. Watson Davis served on this National Institutes of Health advisory committee from 1950-1953.

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Folder 7 Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, 1954. Includes notes on the controversy erupting after the laboratory accepted grants from the Tobacco Industry Research Committee. Watson Davis was a member of the Board of Trustees for the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, from 1949 to 1960.

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Folder 1 Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory - brochure, 1953

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Folder 2 Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, 1953

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Folder 3 Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, 1951-1952

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Folder 4 Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory - Mrs. F. J. Rigney, 1951

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Folder 5 Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory - Education Committee Meeting, New York City, January 23, 1951

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Folder 6 Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, 1949-1950. Includes notes by Watson Davis and Jane Stafford.

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Folder 7 Watson Davis speech at Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, August 1949

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Folder 8 National Association of Science Writers, 1954. Folders 11 - 15 include membership lists, ballots for nominations, internal staff discussion of association policies, and discussion of amendments to association constitution. Correspondents include Alton Blakeslee.

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Folder 9 National Association of Science Writers, 1941-1953, part 1 of 4. Correspondents include Alton Blakeslee.

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Folder 10 National Association of Science Writers, 1941-1953, part 2 of 4. Correspondents include Volta Torrey and Waldemar Kaempffert.

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Folder 11 National Association of Science Writers, 1941-1953, part 3 of 4. Correspondents include Howard W. Blakeslee, Herbert B. Nichols, and Frank Carey.

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Folder 12 National Association of Science Writers, 1941-1953, part 4 of 4. Correspondents include Ritchie Calder and Howard W. Blakeslee.

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Folder 13 National Inventors Council meeting March 1953, Cocoa Beach, Florida

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Folder 14 National Inventors Council meeting February 1950, Miami, Florida

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Folder 15 National Inventors Council meeting February 1952, Key West, Florida

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Folder 16 Watson Davis articles for Current History, June - December 1927

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Folder 17 Career heads for government bureaus - Civil Service political appointments, 1953

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Folder 18 Earl J. McGrath - Commissioner of education

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Folder 19 Foreign science journals, 1949. Includes copies of French, Dutch, Czech, and Italian popular science magazines.

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Series 7

MISCELLANEOUS SCIENCE SERVICE STAFF FILES ON PHYSICS, ASTRONOMY, AND ENGINEERING, 1942-1958.

Some of these files (Box 371, folders 1 - 19 and 21) are the records of Science Service staff writer Ann Ewing, who covered physics and astronomy in the 1950s. There are also files that appear to have been part of the Science Service "morgue" files for topics in physics, astronomy, engineering, and home construction.

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Folder 1 American Physical Society and American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting, 1958

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Folder 2 American Nuclear Society

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Folder 3 Conference on Theoretical Geophysics, February 1956

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Folder 4 Annals of Physics

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Folder 5 American Astronomical Society Meeting, Berkeley, August 1956. Correspondents include Walter Orr Roberts and William A. Fowler.

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Folder 6 Herbert Riehl, University of Chicago

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Folder 7 National Radio Observatory. Includes photographs taken at Flagstaff observatory in 1955.

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Folder 8 Yerkes Observatory and McDonald Observatory, 1951

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Folder 9 High Altitude Observatory, Boulder, Colorado, 1955-1956

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Folder 10 Reprints of various astrophysics articles, 1954-1955

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Folder 11 Radio Astronomy Observatory. Includes photographs of models of telescope being planned at Ohio State University.

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Folder 12 Technical reports by S.F. Singer, 1956

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Folder 13 Symposium on International Geophysical Year, September 1957. Correspondents include Bart J. Bok and S.J. White.

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Folder 14 Correspondence - Louis Valence

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Folder 15 American Meteorological Society, January 27-30, 1958, New York

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Folder 16 Green Bank radio astronomy facility, West Virginia, 1956

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Folder 17 American Physical Society, New York, January 29 - February 1, 1958

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Folder 18 American Astronomical Society, Columbus, Ohio, March 21-24, 1956

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Folder 19 Lick Observatory

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Folder 20 QB Telescopes - Image converters

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Folder 21 Mt. Palomar Observatory. Includes color photographs of observatory.

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Folder 22 Information on biological effects of radiation, 1956. Includes copy of Federation of American Scientists statement, July 1956.

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Folder 23 QC Atomic Radiation, National Academy of Sciences committee. Materials relating to release of The Biological Effects of Atomic Radiation (1956).

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Folder 24 QC Atomic Radiation, Atomic Energy Commission statements on

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Folder 25 QC Atomic Radiation, United Nations committee

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Folder 26 Radioactive fallout. Includes copy of 1955 Civil Defense Administration booklet "Facts about Fallout" and guidelines on building fallout shelters.

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Folder 27 Atomic radiation genetic effects. Correspondents include Hugh Hazelrigg.

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Folder 28 Radiation, danger from

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Folder 29 Effects of atomic radiation

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Folder 30 Atomic radiation - Nevada

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Folder 31 Atomic radiation - data from Japan

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Folder 32 QH Radiation dangers, genetic - Muller. Correspondents include Herman J. Muller.

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Folder 33 QC Radioactive fallout

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Folder 34 H-Bomb fallout, Atomic Energy Commission, February 15, 1955

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Folder 1 Drawings from Joseph Kraus. Includes original art and memos related to the "Fundamentals of Machines" series in 1942. Kraus was also the editor for the Science Clubs of America project.

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Folder 2 "Fundamentals of Machines" drawing

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Folder 3 Q Science - original drawings - Pre-induction training. Material on the "Fundamentals of Machines" series in 1942.

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Folder 4 "Fundamentals of Machines" 20-29 - Joseph Kraus

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Folder 5 Homes and buildings - File number 3 - Home light and illumination

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Folder 6 Homes and buildings - File number 5 - Utility rooms - Remodeling for convenience

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Folder 7 Homes and buildings - File number 6 - Home decoration

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Folder 8 Homes and buildings - File number 8 - Building materials

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Folder 9 Homes and buildings - File number 9 - Gags and cartoons on home building

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Folder 10 Homes and buildings - File number 10 - Surveys and polls

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Folder 11 Homes and buildings - File number 11 - Gadgets and equipment

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Folder 12 Homes and buildings - File number 12 - Heating and air conditioning

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Folder 13 Homes and buildings - File number 13 - Bathroom and laundry

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Folder 14 Rammed earth constructions

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Folder 15 Antarctica Expedition, 1956

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Folder 16 "Energy in the Service of Man" papers, United Nations Educational Scientific, and Cultural Organization, 1950-1952

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Folder 17 "Make a Sensitive Balance to Give Accurate Weight" (Accession 11-053)

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Series 8

DAILY MAIL REPORT, 1932-1964.

This series contains background material, edited drafts, and final versions of the Daily Mail Report produced by Science Service, 1932-1964. Files are incomplete and represent a sample preserved in the 1970s from almost 10,000 days of coverage extending over three decades.

On five days a week, Science Service supplied a Daily Mail Report to its newspaper subscribers. Each day's mailing contained four to eight short news articles. The dates on the folders refer to the day on which Science Service mailed the report, not to the suggested release date or to the date on which subscribers may have eventually published any particular item.

These records provide a glimpse of typical subjects and approaches for science news of the time. They also suggest how Science Service acquired many of its stories. Files include such material as reporters' interview notes; copies of scientific and engineering journal articles; speeches and press releases; correspondence with sources; and occasional complaints about accuracy, along with the writer's response. Representative topics include: the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, Soviet science, wartime research in medicine and engineering, advances in medicine and dentistry, and electronics and computing.

Researchers may find this series useful both for analysis of reports on particular topics or subject areas (e.g., pesticides, aviation, pharmacology, or archeology) and changes in news writing techniques.

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, June 6, 1932

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, June 7, 1932

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, June 8, 1932

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, June 9, 1932

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, June 10, 1932

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, June 11, 1932

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, November 7, 1932

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, November 8, 1932. Correspondents include Raymond E. Crilley, Thomas C. Poulter, James A. Van Ellen.

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, November 9, 1932. Correspondents include C.C. Wylie.

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, November 10, 1932

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, November 11, 1932

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, November 12, 1932

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, April 3, 1933

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, April 4, 1933. Stories about the Akron disaster.

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, April 5, 1933

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, April 6, 1933

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, April 7, 1933

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, April 8, 1933

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, February 12, 1934

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, February 13, 1934

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, February 14, 1934

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, February 15, 1934

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, February 16, 1934

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, February 17, 1934

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, July 2, 1934

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, July 3, 1934

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, July 5, 1934. Story about the death of Marie Curie. There was no Daily Mail Report for July 4, 1934.

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, July 6, 1934

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, July 7, 1934

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, December 3, 1934

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, December 4, 1934

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, December 5, 1934. Correspondents include Jotham Johnson.

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, December 6, 1934

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Folder 34 Daily Mail Report, December 7, 1934

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Folder 35 Daily Mail Report, December 8, 1934

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Folder 36 Daily Mail Report, May 6, 1935

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Folder 37 Daily Mail Report, May 7, 1935. Press materials and patents on Romano salvage bathysphere; correspondents include O.H. Plant.

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Folder 38 Daily Mail Report, May 8, 1935. Contents include letters from Albert C. Erickson and photograph of Erickson taken by Robert H. Goddard.

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Folder 39 Daily Mail Report, May 9, 1935. Press reports of Richard E. Byrd's visit to Washington, D.C.

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Folder 40 Daily Mail Report, May 10, 1935

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Folder 41 Daily Mail Report, May 11, 1935. Correspondents include Jacob Kasanin.

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, September 2, 1935

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, September 3, 1935

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, September 4, 1935

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, September 5, 1935

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, September 7, 1935. There was no Daily Mail Report for September 6, 1935.

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, March 2, 1936. Correspondents include Gregory Breit.

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, March 3, 1936

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, March 4, 1936. Marjorie Van de Water's "old age" series; copy and coverage of Robert H. Goddard's rocket patent.

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, March 5, 1936

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, March 6, 1936

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, March 7, 1936. Morris Ostrofsky's interview of Albert Einstein; correspondents include Marjorie and Gregory Breit.

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, May 4, 1936

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, May 5, 1936

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, May 6, 1936

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, May 7, 1936

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, May 8, 1936. Stories about conferences of the Farm Chemurgic Council and American Association of Museums; correspondents include Vernon Bailey.

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, May 9, 1936. Correspondents include W.H. Howell.

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, September 20, 1937. Coverage of World Congress of Documentation in Paris and copy of original typescript of H.G. Wells's speech to the conference.

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, September 21, 1937

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, September 22, 1937

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, September 23, 1937

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, September 24, 1937

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, September 25, 1937

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, December 29, 1938

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, December 30, 1938. There was no Daily Mail Report for December 31, 1938.

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, May 1, 1939

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, May 2, 1939

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, May 3, 1939

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, May 4, 1939. Analysis of Wagner Health Bill, S. 1620; correspondents include John P. Peters.

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, May 5, 1939

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, May 6, 1939

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, October 2, 1939

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, October 3, 1939. Data on British merchant ships sunk during World War I; correspondents include Jerome Alexander.

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Folder 34 Daily Mail Report, October 4, 1939. Discussion of medical news coverage in letters by Lois Stice.

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Folder 35 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1939. Correspondents include Jan Schilt.

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Folder 36 Daily Mail Report, October 6, 1939

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Folder 37 Daily Mail Report, October 7, 1939

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, July 7, 1941

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, July 8, 1941. Correspondents include A.H. Hersh.

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, July 9, 1941. Correspondents include Paul Weiss.

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, July 10, 1941

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, July 11, 1941. Correspondents include Alex Hrdlicka.

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, July 12, 1941

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, April 6, 1942. Reports on the Seventh North American Wildlife Conference.

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, April 7, 1942

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, April 8, 1942

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, April 9, 1942

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, April 10, 1942

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, April 11, 1942

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, December 7, 1942

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, December 8, 1942

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, December 9, 1942

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, December 10, 1942

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, December 11, 1942

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, December 12, 1942. Copy of a report about Matthew Stirling's 1925 expedition to New Guinea, "By Airplane to Pygmy Land."

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, May 3, 1943

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, May 4, 1943

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, May 5, 1943

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, May 6, 1943

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, May 7, 1943

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, May 8, 1943

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, October 4, 1943

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1943

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, October 6, 1943

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, October 7, 1943. Correspondence and drawings of George G. Cooke.

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, October 8, 1943

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, October 9, 1943

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, March 6, 1944

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, March 7, 1944

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, March 8, 1944

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Folder 34 Daily Mail Report, March 9, 1944

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Folder 35 Daily Mail Report, March 10, 1944

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Folder 36 Daily Mail Report, March 11, 1944. Correspondents include Alexander S. Wiener.

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Folder 37 Daily Mail Report, November 27, 1944

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Folder 38 Daily Mail Report, November 28, 1944

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Folder 39 Daily Mail Report, November 29, 1944

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Folder 40 Daily Mail Report, November 30, 1944

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Folder 41 Daily Mail Report, December 1, 1944

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Folder 42 Daily Mail Report, December 2, 1944

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Folder 43 Daily Mail Report, February 26, 1945

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Folder 44 Daily Mail Report, February 27, 1945

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Folder 45 Daily Mail Report, February 28, 1945

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Folder 46 Daily Mail Report, March 1, 1945. Correspondents include W.M. Stanley.

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Folder 47 Daily Mail Report, March 2, 1945. Story on testing anti-malarial drug on volunteers in U.S. prisons; correspondents include G. Edward Pendray.

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Folder 48 Daily Mail Report, March 3, 1945

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, July 9, 1945

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, July 10, 1945

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, July 11, 1945

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, July 12, 1945

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, July 13, 1945

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, July 14, 1945

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, December 3, 1945

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, December 4, 1945. Safety cartoons by Walt Ditzen.

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, December 5, 1945

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, December 6, 1945

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, December 7, 1945

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, December 8, 1945

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, May 6, 1946

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, May 7, 1946

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, May 8, 1946. Correspondents include Alfred Burger.

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, May 9, 1946

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, May 10, 1946

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, May 11, 1946. Eyewitness account by Watson Davis of a White Sands test facility demonstration of a German V-2 rocket.

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, October 7, 1946

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, October 8, 1946

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, October 9, 1946

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, October 10, 1946

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, October 11, 1946

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, October 12, 1946

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, March 3, 1947

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, March 4, 1947

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, March 5, 1947

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, March 6, 1947

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, March 7, 1947

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, March 8, 1947

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, August 4, 1947

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, August 5, 1947

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, August 6, 1947

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Folder 34 Daily Mail Report, August 7, 1947

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Folder 35 Daily Mail Report, August 8, 1947

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Folder 36 Daily Mail Report, August 9, 1947. Correspondents include Donald J. Zinn.

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Folder 37 Daily Mail Report, January 4, 1948. Story about "a mousetrap atomic bomb"; photographs of lobster packaging and an electric fish screen unit.

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, June 7, 1948

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, June 8, 1948

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, June 9, 1948

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, June 10, 1948. Correspondents include J. Arthur Herrick.

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, June 11, 1948

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, June 12, 1948

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, February 14, 1949

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, February 15, 1949

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, February 16, 1949

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, February 17, 1949

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, February 18, 1949

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, February 19, 1949

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, June 6, 1949

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, June 7, 1949

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, June 8, 1949

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, June 9, 1949

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, June 10, 1949

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, June 11, 1949

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, November 28, 1949

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, November 29, 1949

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, November 30, 1949

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, December 1, 1949

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, December 2, 1949

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, May 1, 1950

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, May 2, 1950

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, May 3, 1950

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, May 4, 1950. Correspondents include Harold F. Blum.

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, May 5, 1950

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, October 2, 1950

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, October 3, 1950

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, October 4, 1950

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1950

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, October 6, 1950

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, March 5, 1951

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, March 6, 1951

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, March 7, 1951

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, March 8, 1951

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, March 9, 1951

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, August 6, 1951

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, August 7, 1951

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, August 8, 1951

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, August 9, 1951

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, August 10, 1951

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, January 7, 1952

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, January 8, 1952

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, January 9, 1952

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, January 10, 1952

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, January 11, 1952. Correspondents include Walter C. Lowdermilk.

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, July 7, 1952

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, July 8, 1952

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, July 9, 1952

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, July 10, 1952. Correspondents include J.L. McHugh.

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, July 11, 1952

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, December 1, 1952

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, December 2, 1952

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, December 3, 1952

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, December 4, 1952

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, December 5, 1952

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, May 4, 1953

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, May 5, 1953

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, May 6, 1953

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, May 7, 1953

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, May 8, 1953

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1953

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, October 6, 1953

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, October 7, 1953

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Folder 34 Daily Mail Report, October 8, 1953. Correspondents include Ruth Patrick.

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Folder 35 Daily Mail Report, October 9, 1953

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Box 379

Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, March 1, 1954

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, March 2, 1954

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, March 3, 1954

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, March 4, 1954

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, March 5, 1954

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, August 2, 1954

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, August 3, 1954

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, August 4, 1954

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, August 5, 1954

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, August 6, 1954

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, May 2, 1955

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, May 3, 1955

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, May 4, 1955

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, May 5, 1955

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, May 6, 1955

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, October 3, 1955

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, October 4, 1955

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1955

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, October 6, 1955

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, October 7, 1955

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, April 2, 1956

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, April 3, 1956

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, April 4, 1956

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, April 5, 1956

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, April 6, 1956

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, October 1, 1956

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, October 2, 1956

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, October 3, 1956

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, October 4, 1956

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1956

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, September 3, 1957

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, September 4, 1957

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, September 5, 1957

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Folder 34 Daily Mail Report, September 6, 1957

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, February 3, 1958

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, February 4, 1958

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, February 5, 1958

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, February 6, 1958

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, February 7, 1958

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, June 30, 1958

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, July 1, 1958

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, July 2, 1958

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, July 3, 1958. No Daily Mail Report for July 4, 1958.

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, December 8, 1958

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, December 9, 1958

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, December 10, 1958

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, December 11, 1958

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, December 12, 1958

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1959

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, October 6, 1959

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, October 7, 1959

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Folder 18 Daily Mail Report, October 8, 1959

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Folder 19 Daily Mail Report, October 9, 1959

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Folder 20 Daily Mail Report, December 4, 1961

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Folder 21 Daily Mail Report, December 5, 1961

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Folder 22 Daily Mail Report, December 6, 1961

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Folder 23 Daily Mail Report, December 7, 1961

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Folder 24 Daily Mail Report, December 8, 1961

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Folder 25 Daily Mail Report, May 14, 1962

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Folder 26 Daily Mail Report, May 15, 1962

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Folder 27 Daily Mail Report, May 16, 1962

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Folder 28 Daily Mail Report, May 17, 1962

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Folder 29 Daily Mail Report, May 18, 1962

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Folder 30 Daily Mail Report, October 1, 1962

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Folder 31 Daily Mail Report, October 2, 1962

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Folder 32 Daily Mail Report, October 3, 1962

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Folder 33 Daily Mail Report, October 4, 1962

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Folder 34 Daily Mail Report, October 5, 1962

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Folder 35 Daily Mail Report, April 1, 1963

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Folder 36 Daily Mail Report, April 2, 1963

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Folder 37 Daily Mail Report, April 3, 1963

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Folder 38 Daily Mail Report, April 4, 1963

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Folder 39 Daily Mail Report, April 5, 1963

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Folder 1 Daily Mail Report, September 3, 1963

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Folder 2 Daily Mail Report, September 4, 1963

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Folder 3 Daily Mail Report, September 5, 1963

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Folder 4 Daily Mail Report, September 6, 1963

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Folder 5 Daily Mail Report, March 2, 1964

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Folder 6 Daily Mail Report, March 3, 1964

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Folder 7 Daily Mail Report, March 4, 1964

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Folder 8 Daily Mail Report, March 5, 1964

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Folder 9 Daily Mail Report, March 6, 1964

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Folder 10 Daily Mail Report, August 24, 1964

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Folder 11 Daily Mail Report, August 25, 1964

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Folder 12 Daily Mail Report, August 26, 1964

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Folder 13 Daily Mail Report, December 14, 1964

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Folder 14 Daily Mail Report, December 15, 1964

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Folder 15 Daily Mail Report, December 16, 1964

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Folder 16 Daily Mail Report, December 17, 1964

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Folder 17 Daily Mail Report, December 18, 1964

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Series 9

ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION SURVEY, 1938-1939.

In June 1938, the Rockefeller Foundation sponsored a conference in Rye, New York, on the "interpretation of the natural sciences for the general public." Watson Davis, Director of Science Service, was one of the invited participants (transcripts of that conference are in Series 9, Box 382, Folders 3 and 4). After the conference, John Marshall, Assistant Director for Humanities at the Rockefeller Foundation, arranged for Science Service to conduct a follow-up survey for $2000. This project ran from September 1938 to January 1939 and attempted to measure how science was then being presented to the public in newspapers, magazines, radio, film, and museum exhibits. The report (see Series 9, Box 382, Folder 5) was delivered to the Rockefeller Foundation in February 1939 but never published; it was disseminated officially only within the Rockefeller Foundation and to Science Service trustees.

Series 9 contains four boxes of material related to the survey: (a) copies of the original draft and final version of the report; (b) correspondence with the sponsor and media contacts; (c) coding sheets and tabulations of the analyses of newspaper, magazine, book, and movie content; and (d) articles, reports, movie press books, postcards, and other material consulted during the project.

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Folder 18 Interpretation of Science to Public - Rockefeller Foundation, 1938-1939. Materials relating to the Rockefeller Foundation grant; correspondents include J. McKeen Cattell, W.H. Howell, John Marshall, and Warren Weaver.

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Folder 19 Motion Picture Review Digest and Selected Motion Pictures, 1937-1939. Issues of two publications used in compiling data for the report; Selected Monthly Pictures contained evaluations by the movie preview board and Motion Picture Review Digest reprinted reviews of movies currently in distribution.

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Folder 20 Conference on the Interpretation of the Natural Sciences for the General Public, volume I (sections I-III), Rye, New York, June 15 and 16, 1938. Part 1 of the transcript.

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Folder 21 Conference on the Interpretation of the Natural Sciences for the General Public, volume II (sections IV-V), Rye, New York, June 15 and 16, 1938. Part 2 of the transcript.

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Folder 22 A Survey of the Interpretation of Science to the Public. Copy of the final report.

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Folder 23 Second Conference on Interpretation of the Natural Sciences for the General Public, Rockefeller Foundation, Rye, New York, June 16-17, 1939. Correspondence relating to follow-up conference, preliminary agenda, and list of participants.

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Folder 24 Draft of survey report - introduction and first sections. The draft incorporates handwritten notes and original material such as letters, scripts, and network press releases for radio series; correspondents include J.C.A. Austin, W.W. Bauer, and Howard Blakeslee.

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Folder 25 Draft of survey report - sections on motion pictures and appendices. The draft incorporates handwritten notes and original material such as letters from Hollywood studios, press releases, pages from a Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars press book, and index cards used for the book survey; correspondents include William Beebe, E.T. Bell, Karl T. Compton, Lawrence K. Frank, and Oscar Riddle.

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Folder 26 Interpretation and discussion of survey after completion, 1939. Copy of Raymond B. Fosdick, The Rockefeller Foundation: A Review for 1938 (1939); correspondents include John Marshall.

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Folder 1 Returns from 1938 survey of newspaper syndicated science features, part 1 of 5. Clipped together for each syndicate or newspaper surveyed are correspondence, completed index card, and sample clippings.

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Folder 2 Returns from 1938 survey of newspaper syndicated science features, part 2 of 5. Information for such series as "Everybody's Court," "Case Records of a Psychologist," "Can It Be Done?" "Keeping Fit" (includes color mat for feature), and "Strange As It Seems."

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Folder 3 Returns from 1938 survey of newspaper syndicated science features, part 3 of 5. Information on such series as "Uncle Ray's Corner," "Your Baby and Mine," and "Science and Invention."

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Folder 4 Returns from 1938 survey of newspaper syndicated science features, part 4 of 5. Information on Science Service's own syndicated features - "Science Shorts," "News Report," "Wire Stories by Mail," "Science Page," "Science Today," "Map of the Stars," "Feature Series," "Why the Weather?" "Isn't It Odd?" and "Telefact."

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Folder 5 Returns from 1938 survey of newspaper syndicated science features, part 5 of 5

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Folder 6 Tabulation of data from 1938 magazine content analysis

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Folder 7 Tabulation of data from 1938 newspaper content analysis

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Folder 8 Materials relating to the 1938 magazine analysis

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Folder 9 Coding sheets for newspaper content analysis, November 14-20, 1938. Data on Birmingham Post, Kansas City Star, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, New Orleans Times-Picayune, Muncie Evening Press, Omaha Daily Journal Stockman, Memphis Press-Scimitar, Kansas City Times, Muncie Morning Star, [Baltimore] Evening Sun, Berkeley Daily Gazette, Ann Arbor News, Boston Post, Utica Observer-Dispatch, Pasadena Post, Macon Evening News, Macon Telegraph and News, Rocky Mountain News, and Chicago Daily Tribune.

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Folder 10 Coding sheets for newspaper content analysis, November 14-20, 1938. New York Times, Daily Mirror, Knoxville News-Sentinel, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, Flint Journal, Saginaw News, San Francisco News, Danbury News-Times, Pasadena Star-News, and Buffalo Evening News.

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Folder 11 Coding sheets for magazine content analysis, January-September 1938. American, Better Homes and Gardens, Collier's Weekly, and Cosmopolitan.

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Folder 12 Coding sheets for magazine content analysis, January-September 1938. Country Gentleman, Good Housekeeping, Household, Ladies Home Journal, and Liberty.

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Folder 13 Coding sheets for magazine content analysis, January-September 1938. Life, Look, McCall's, and Pictorial Review.

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Folder 14 Original coding sheets for magazine content analysis, January-September 1938. Saturday Evening Post, True Story, Woman's Home Companion, and Woman's World.

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Folder 15 Original coding sheets for magazine content analysis, January-September 1938. Atlantic Monthly, Esquire, Fortune, Harper's Monthly, Nation, and National Geographic.

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Folder 16 Original coding sheets for magazine content analysis, January-September 1938. New Republic, Scribner's, and Time.

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Note: Removed from this box and stored in Box 456 are index cards with information about contemporary best-selling books. Similar cards for fiction and non-fiction science best sellers are in the "Books" section of the original draft (see Box 382, Folder 8).

Folder 17 Books, part 1 of 2. Background material for the survey of best-selling books; copy of Alvin Johnson, The Public Library - A People's University (1938).

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Folder 18 Books, part 2 of 2. Department store book catalogs; 1938 issues of the Saturday Review of Literature.

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Folder 19 Federal Communications Commission radio survey, March 6, 1938. Government reports on the state of U.S. broadcasting.

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Folder 20 Radio survey data for week of April 3, 1938

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Folder 21 Correspondence on science in motion pictures, 1938. Correspondents include Mary King, Motion Pictures Distributors of America.

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Folder 22 Radio survey methods. Includes copy of Lenox Lohr, "Some Social and Political Aspects of Broadcasting" (1938); correspondents include Frank Stanton.

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Folder 23 Science incidental to other radio programs. Includes "Hobby Lobby" (1939) script.

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Folder 24 U.S. Office of Education and Works Projects Administration radio activities

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Folder 25 Analysis of radio programs. Includes posters and promotional material for "National Farm and Home Hour."

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Folder 26 Analysis of educational radio programs other than science. Booklets describing NBC "Great Plays" series for 1938-1939.

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Folder 27 Analysis of phonograph records, 1938

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Folder 28 Analysis of Mutual Broadcasting System (MBS) radio content, 1938

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Folder 29 Analysis of Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) radio content, 1938

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Folder 30 Analysis of National Broadcasting System (NBC) radio content, 1938

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Folder 31 Survey of University Broadcasting Council (UBC) programs, 1935-1938. UBC was a not-for-profit corporation established in 1935 by University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and DePaul University.

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Folder 32 Survey of content of shortwave station W1XAL, 1938

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Box 383

Folder 1 Science programs in the American School of the Air - Frontiers of Democracy series, 1938. Scripts for "Frontiers of Work in Industry," "Science & Human Progress," "Health and Food," "Health in Childhood," "Frontiers of Work on the Farm," "Frontiers in the Professions"; copy of "Radio Survey of the Progressive Education Association" (1938).

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Folder 2 Miscellaneous background material for survey, 1938-1939. Copy of NBC's Broadcasting in the Public Interest (1939) and February 1939 issue of Journal of Applied Psychology.

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Folder 3 Copies of the questionnaire used in the radio survey

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Folder 4 Movie shorts, 1938. Synopsis sheets for movie serials (Graham McNamee in "Stranger Than Fiction" and "Going Places" and Lowell Thomas in "Going Places"); information on The March of Time series.

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Folder 5 Full-length feature films, 1938. Correspondence from statistical departments of Hollywood studios such as Paramount, MGM, and RKO; data for over 240 movies (titles, classifications, notes); invitation to Washington, D.C., press preview of Submarine Patrol; correspondents include Neil Agnew and R.M. Langer.

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Folder 6 Non-commercial films, part 1 of 5. Information about federal government films; material on episodes of The March of Time news serial; December 1938 issue of Survey Graphic.

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Folder 7 Non-commercial films, part 2 of 5. Study guide for The Plow that Broke the Plains.

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Folder 8 Non-commercial films, part 3 of 5. Prints of stills from The River.

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Folder 9 Non-commercial films, part 4 of 5. Brochure from Brooklyn Children's Museum Science Workshop; Museum of Modern Art film project brochures; Press kit and publicity for The River and The Plow that Broke the Plains.

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Folder 10 Non-commercial films, part 5 of 5. Information about British documentaries; article on film made by Julian Huxley; press releases from the Soviet Union news bureau Tass. Correspondents include Julian Huxley; Gaumont British (filmmakers).

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Folder 11 Transcript of Conference on the Interpretation of the Natural Sciences for the General Public, volume I (sections I-III), Rye, New York, June 15 and 16, 1938

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Folder 12 Transcript of Conference on the Interpretation of the Natural Sciences for the General Public, volume II (sections IV-V), Rye, New York, June 15 and 16, 1938

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Folder 13 Movie press books, 1938. Press materials for Titans of the Deep, Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars, and Men With Wings.

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Folder 14 Exhibits, part 1 of 2. Material on Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, Brooklyn Children's Museum, New York Museum of Science and Industry, Interior Department Museum, Franklin Institute, Carnegie Institution's Elihu Root Hall, Palais de la Decouverte, and WPA museum programs; Will H. Hays, "The Motion Picture in Education," 1939; correspondents include Charles M.B. Cadwalader, Paul B. Sears, C. Theodore Larson, and Raymond G. Ross.

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Folder 15 Exhibits, part 2 of 2. Booklets relating to Palais de la Decouverte, American Museum of Natural History ("Trailside Conversations," 1930), and General Motors ("Metallurgy and Wheels," "Modes and Motors," "Putting Progress through Its Paces," "When the Wheels Revolve," "Chemistry and Wheels," and "Diesel, the Modern Power"); correspondents include Paul W. Garrett.

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Folder 16 Museum materials, part 1 of 2. Postcards of Field Museum dioramas; Field Museum, "Museum Stories for Children," 1937-1938; Field Museum Handbook (1938), General Guide (1938), General Education (1938), and Annual Report (1938).

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Folder 1 Museum materials, part 2 of 2

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Folder 2 American Museum of Natural History, 1937-1938. Museum's Annual Report (1937); 1937 and 1938 issues of The Junior Natural History Magazine, The Sky, and Natural History; correspondents include Hans Christian Adamson.

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Folder 3 Publicity of scientific societies, part 1 of 2. In 1939, Watson Davis and Robert Potter attempted to establish a coordinated publicity organization for all the scientific societies in the United States; includes original coding sheets for survey of publicity efforts, arranged alphabetically; comprehensive responses from American Chemical Society, American Dietetic Association, American Psychiatric Association, and Eugenics Research Association; index cards with data from the survey of scientific societies.

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Folder 4 Publicity of scientific societies, part 2 of 2. Tabulation of data from survey of scientific societies' publicity efforts; correspondents include Warren Weaver.

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Folder 5 Publicity handouts. Discussion of the appropriateness of publicity-seeking by scientists; correspondents include Henry B. Ward and J.B. Rhine.

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Folder 6 Questioning World - Zim, 1939. Description of an educator's survey of adolescence science interests; correspondents include Herbert S. Zim.

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Folder 7 Information bureaus. Catalogs from commercial information bureaus; tabulation of information bureau survey.

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Folder 8 Propaganda. Newsletters (1937-1938) of Institute for Propaganda Analysis; volume 1 (1938) of Propaganda Analysis.

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Folder 9 Advertising. Examples of science in commercial print advertising; copy of "The Place of Advertising in the Distilled Spirits Industry" (1938).

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Folder 10 Lectures, 1938. Examples of public lectures.

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Folder 11 Drama. Correspondents include Edward Terrwilliger.

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Folder 12 Pseudoscience. Newspaper examples of pseudoscience.

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Folder 13 United Press wire bulletins on four scientific meetings selected for analysis - American Chemical Society, American Psychological Society, National Academy of Sciences, and American Public Health Association, 1938

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Folder 14 Survey prospectus, forms, and preliminary report

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Folder 15 British Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, Cambridge, England, Press, August 1938. Newspaper coverage of meeting and related Science Service press releases; notations by Watson Davis.

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Folder 16 American Chemical Society meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 5, 1938. Newspaper coverage of meeting and related Science Service press releases; notations by Watson Davis.

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Folder 17 National Academy of Sciences meeting, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 24-26, 1938. Newspaper coverage of meeting and related Science Service press releases; notations by Watson Davis.

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Folder 18 American Public Health Association meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, October 25-28, 1938. Newspaper coverage of meeting and related Science Service press releases; notations by Watson Davis.

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Folder 19 American Psychological Society meeting, Columbus, Ohio, week of September 5, 1938. Newspaper coverage of meeting and related Science Service press releases; notations by Watson Davis.

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Folder 20 Multiple mimeo copies of preliminary report and summary

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Folder 21 Copy of the final report. Page 53 is blank.

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Folder 22 Copy of the final report with the extended introduction added May 1, 1938, incorporating reactions from the Rockefeller Foundation program officer

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Folder 23 Copy of the final report with extended introduction

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Folder 24 Copy of the final report. This copy has the initial, brief introduction and there are pages missing or incorrect in Appendix III.

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Folder 25 Copy of the final report. This copy has the initial, brief introduction; carbon of the revised introduction and copy of the preliminary report.

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Folder 26 Copy of the final report. This copy has the initial, brief introduction.

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Series 10

RADIO PROGRAMS OF SCIENCE SERVICE - "ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE" AND "SCIENCE NEWS OF THE WEEK," 1935-1958.

This series consists of scripts, correspondence, and other material relating to Science Service radio programs on the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 1935-1958, and other Science Service broadcasting activities. Folders often contain both draft and final scripts together with correspondence and background material.

Beginning in the 1920s, Science Service staff wrote 15-minute radio scripts ("Science Service Talks" and "Science News of the Week") which were mailed every week to several dozen U.S. radio stations and then read on the air by local announcers or scientists. By the early 1930s, they were also producing a weekly live-broadcast program for CBS, which eventually featured interviews of scientists. CBS and Science Service renamed these programs "Adventures in Science" beginning with the May 6, 1938, broadcast. Between May 6 and September 30, 1938, CBS controlled all writing and production and CBS staff member Paul Woodbridge hosted the program until it was cancelled September 30, 1938. "Adventures in Science" resumed as a weekly program on CBS on January 5, 1939, with a format of brief news bulletins followed by an interview conducted by Watson Davis. Programs were suspended during World War II and during football seasons in the 1940s and early 1950s. CBS cancelled "Adventures in Science" in December 1958.

Series 10 contains primarily records for "Science News of the Week," 1935-1938, and "Adventures in Science," 1938-1958. There are also scripts for other radio programs on which Watson Davis appeared.

During the 1930s and 1940s, listeners could request either a copy of the script or a special supplementary bulletin. Box 388 contains almost a complete set of mimeographed scripts and bulletins for the broadcasts in 1939 and 1940. Individual broadcast folders in other boxes may contain an annotated script ("as delivered") with any changes made immediately before or during the broadcast. By the 1950s, interviews were ad-libbed and no formal script was prepared beforehand.

Files also contain correspondence from CBS employees such as Lyman Bryson, Sterling Fisher, Leon Levine, Helen J. Sioussant, and Paul Woodbridge.

Series 10 remains in the order the files were received upon transfer to the Smithsonian Institution Archives. Folders, especially for the later broadcasts, are therefore not necessarily in chronological order. A few folders contain material related to cancelled or planned broadcasts. The finding aid lists the broadcast date, guest(s), and either the program title or general topic.

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Folder 1 Scripts and correspondence for broadcasts August 5, 12, 19, and 26 and September 2, 9, and 16, 1938. The August 19, 1938, broadcast was transmitted from Cambridge, England, and introduced by journalist Edward R. Murrow; Watson Davis interviewed Lord Rayleigh and Sir Richard Gregory in conjunction with a British Association for the Advancement of Science meeting. On September 16, 1938, CBS staff member Paul Woodbridge interviewed Harold C. Urey and, on September 23, 1938, Perrin Long.

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Folder 2 C.K. Leith and national minerals policy. Script and correspondence for a program that was planned but not broadcast.

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Folder 3 Broadcast January 5, 1939. Norman R.F. Maier; nervous breakdowns.

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Folder 4 Broadcast January 12, 1939. Charles S. Piggott; oceanography.

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Folder 5 Broadcast January 19, 1939. Francis W. Reichelderfer; weather forecasting.

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Folder 6 Broadcast January 26, 1939. Fairfield Osborn; "Unusual Creatures."

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Folder 7 Broadcast February 2, 1939. Enrico Fermi; "Energy from within the Atom."

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Folder 8 Broadcast February 9, 1939. Walter B. Cannon; "What Strong Emotions Do to Us."

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Folder 9 Broadcast February 16, 1939. Bell Labs research on aircraft navigation system; photographs of device and researchers.

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Folder 10 Broadcast February 23, 1939. Henry Field; "Recent Archeological Discoveries of the World."

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Folder 11 Broadcast March 2, 1939. George D. Stoddard; "Cultivating the Child's Mind."

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Folder 12 Broadcast March 9, 1939. Otto Struve; research at the McDonald Observatory.

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Folder 13 Broadcast March 25, 1939. H.T. Herrick; "New Farm Research Laboratories."

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Folder 14 Broadcast April 1, 1939. Gustav Egloff; "Motor Fuels of the Future."

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Folder 15 Broadcast April 8, 1939. Lewis W. Waters; "Better Meals Tomorrow."

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Folder 16 Broadcast April 15, 1939. E.O. Lawrence; cyclotron.

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Folder 17 Broadcast April 22, 1939. William Bragg; "The Growth of Science."

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Folder 18 Cancelled broadcast March 18, 1939. An interview with John W. Finch was pre-empted by breaking news from Europe; includes draft script, correspondence, network publicity, and background material on strategic minerals.

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Folder 19 Broadcast April 24, 1939. John W. Finch; strategic materials.

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Folder 20 Broadcast May 1, 1939. Peter C. Goldmark; television.

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Folder 21 Broadcast May 8, 1939. William C. Sandy; psychiatry.

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Folder 22 Broadcast May 15, 1939. Rock Sleyster; the work of the American Medical Association; correspondents include W.W. Bauer.

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Folder 23 Broadcast May 22, 1939. Vincenzo Petrullo; "America Unearths Its Past."

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Folder 24 Broadcast May 29, 1939. A. Allan Bates; includes photographs of Bates and the Westinghouse "atom smasher."

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Folder 25 Broadcast June 5, 1939. Carl D. Anderson; cosmic rays.

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Folder 26 Broadcast June 12, 1939. Gleason W. Kenrick; radio transmission.

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Folder 27 Broadcast June 19, 1939. Samuel W. Fernberger; "The Rules of Correct Thinking."

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Folder 28 Broadcast June 26, 1939. Ruth O'Brien; children's clothing.

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Folder 29 Broadcast July 3, 1939. Reuben T. Shaw; "Toward More Exact Knowledge."

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Folder 30 Broadcast July 10, 1939. Vern O. Knudsen; "The Conquest of Noise."

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Folder 31 Broadcast July 17, 1939. A.E. Demaray; "Animal Life in the National Parks."

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Folder 32 Broadcast July 24, 1939. Charles V. Akin; "Hot Weather Hints."

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Folder 33 Broadcast July 31, 1939. Robert P. Shaw; New York Museum of Science and Industry.

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Folder 34 Broadcast August 7, 1939. Homer Calver; World's Fair Health Building.

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Folder 35 Broadcast August 14, 1939. Henry B. Allen and Ralph McClarren; Franklin Institute Museum.

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Folder 36 Broadcast August 21, 1939. Philip Fox; Chicago Museum of Science and Industry.

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Folder 37 Broadcast August 28, 1939. H.H. Heck; International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics.

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Folder 38 Broadcast September 4, 1939. Karl F. Meyer; infantile paralysis and sleeping sickness.

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Folder 39 Broadcast September 11, 1939. Harrison E. Howe; industrial chemistry.

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Folder 40 Broadcast September 18, 1939. F. Alton Wade; description of Richard E. Byrd's expedition.

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Folder 41 Broadcast September 25, 1939. George R. Harrison; "Atoms in Action."

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Folder 42 Broadcast October 2, 1939. Oren C. Durham; hay fever.

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Folder 43 Broadcast October 9, 1939. H.S. Fairbank; road construction.

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Folder 44 Broadcast October 16, 1939. Abel Wolman; advances in public health.

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Folder 45 Broadcast October 23, 1939. Frank B. Jewett; mobilization of scientific resources.

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Folder 46 Broadcast October 30, 1939. Ira N. Gabrielson; bird migration.

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Folder 1 Broadcast November 6, 1939. J.W. Barker; Columbia University engineering programs.

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Folder 2 Broadcast November 13, 1939. The wife of W. Lee Lewis, World War I developer of Lewisite, substituted for her husband, who had laryngitis.

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Folder 3 Broadcast November 18, 1939. Frank Jewett, Harlow Shapley, and Karl Minninger; "Science in the World Today."

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Folder 4 Broadcast November 20, 1939. E.O. Whittier; "Wool from Milk."

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Folder 5 Broadcast November 27, 1939. John C. Steinberg and H.C. Montgomery; hearing loss.

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Folder 6 Broadcast December 4, 1939. Sidney Kirkpatrick and Webster N. Jones; chemical engineering.

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Folder 7 Broadcast December 11, 1939. Dean R. Brimhall; "Fliers of Tomorrow."

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Folder 8 Broadcast December 18, 1939. C.H. Collingwood; growing Christmas trees.

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Folder 9 Broadcast December 20, 1939. Fritz Zwicky; supernovae.

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Folder 10 Broadcast December 25, 1939. Watson Davis; review of science in 1939.

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Folder 11 Broadcast December 26, 1939. Wesley C. Mitchell; report on American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting.

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Folder 12 Broadcast December 29, 1939. Forest Ray Moulton, Marjorie Hope Nicholson, Harold C. Urey, and I.I. Rabi; unscripted discussion.

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Folder 13 Broadcast January 4, 1940. Watson Davis; preview of science in 1940.

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Folder 14 Broadcast January 11, 1940. W.H. Cameron; safe winter driving.

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Folder 15 Broadcast January 18, 1940. Karl P. Schmidt; crocodiles.

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Folder 16 Broadcast January 25, 1940. S.D. Kramer; infantile paralysis.

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Folder 17 Broadcast February 1, 1940. Albert F. Blakeslee; "Why People Behave Differently."

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Folder 18 Broadcast February 8, 1940. Wanda K. Farr; plant cellulose.

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Folder 19 Broadcast February 15, 1940. Lawrence K. Frank; "What's Wrong with the World."

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Folder 20 Broadcast February 29, 1940. Paul Gossard, John Lee, and Paul Essert; school administration.

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Folder 21 Broadcast February 22, 1940. Vergil D. Reed; discussion of the 1940 census.

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Folder 22 Broadcast March 7, 1940. Michael Levine; "Plant Cancer."

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Folder 23 Broadcast March 14, 1940. Charles Breskin; innovations in packaging.

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Folder 24 Broadcast March 21, 1940. W.L. Sermon and J.C. Patrick; synthetic rubber.

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Folder 25 Broadcast March 28, 1940. Conway P. Coe; U.S. Patent Office.

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Folder 26 Watson Davis's appearance on "American School of the Air," April 1940.

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Folder 27 Broadcast April 4, 1940. Otto Struve; solar eclipses.

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Folder 28 Broadcast April 11, 1940. Harrison E. Howe and D.H. Killhefer; chemical engineering.

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Folder 29 Broadcast April 18, 1940. Dayton C. Miller; "The Pipes of Pan, Old and New."

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Folder 30 Broadcast April 25, 1940. Report on the National Academy of Sciences annual meeting.

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Folder 31 Broadcast May 2, 1940. Sydney H. Ball; industrial diamonds.

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Folder 32 Broadcast May 9, 1940. Alexander Wetmore; Eighth American Scientific Congress, first of two broadcasts.

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Folder 33 Broadcast May 16, 1940. Alexander Wetmore; Eighth American Scientific Congress, second of two broadcasts.

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Folder 34 Broadcast May 23, 1940. Lloyd Warner; "Yankee City - Deep South"; correspondents include Sherman H. Dryer.

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Folder 35 Broadcast June 6, 1940. H.M. Marvin; heart disease.

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Folder 36 Broadcast June 7, 1940. Conway P. Coe; patent exhibition at 1940 World's Fair.

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Folder 37 Broadcast June 13, 1940. Nathan B. Van Etten; report on American Medical Association meeting.

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Folder 38 Broadcast June 20, 1940. John M. Fogg; native wild flowers.

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Folder 39 Broadcast June 27, 1940. Waldo G. Leland; assistance to international scholars.

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Folder 40 Broadcast July 4, 1940. James R. Blayney; tooth decay.

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Folder 41 Broadcast July 11, 1940. Ernst A. Hauser; materials engineering.

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Folder 42 Broadcast July 25, 1940. C. Hawley Cartwright; "Invisible Glass."

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Folder 43 Broadcast August 1, 1940. Edward E. Wildman; tree rings.

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Folder 44 Broadcast August 8, 1940. J.F. Cuneo, Frederic G. Melcior, and Harvey Gibson; the history of printing.

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Folder 45 Broadcast August 15, 1940. Charles M. Upham; "Roads for Defense."

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Folder 46 Broadcast August 22, 1940. Jack Price; "Military Photography."

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Folder 47 Broadcast August 29, 1940. Cassius Way; "Keeping Animals Well."

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Folder 48 Broadcast September 4, 1940. Oren C. Durham; pollen and agriculture.

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Folder 49 Broadcast September 12, 1940. E.K. Cohen; radio transmitters.

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Folder 50 Broadcast September 19, 1940. O.H. Perry Pepper; "Medical Problems of Old Age."

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Folder 51 Broadcast September 26, 1940. Games Slater; fiberglass.

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Folder 1 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, January 5, 1939 - February 23, 1939

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Folder 2 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, March 2, 1939 - April 24, 1939

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Folder 3 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, May 1, 1939 - June 26, 1939

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Folder 4 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, July 3, 1939 - August 28, 1939

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Folder 5 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, September 4, 1939 - October 30, 1939

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Folder 6 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, November 6, 1939 - December 26, 1939

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Folder 7 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, January 4, 1940 - February 29, 1940

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Folder 8 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, March 7, 1940 - April 25, 1940

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Folder 9 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, May 2, 1940 - June 27, 1940

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Folder 10 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, July 4, 1940 - August 29, 1940

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Folder 11 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, September 4, 1940 - October 31, 1940

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Folder 12 Extra copies of scripts and bulletins for broadcasts, November 7, 1940 - December 26, 1940

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Box 388

Folder 1 Broadcast October 3, 1940. P.C. Sabdretto; "Radio Highways of the Air"; includes photograph of Sabdretto.

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Folder 2 Broadcast October 10, 1940. John A.C. Warner; "Automobiles of the Future."

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Folder 3 Broadcast October 24, 1940. Walter Kidde; pressure gases.

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Folder 4 Broadcast October 17, 1940. Fairfield Osborn; "Animals in Different Lands."

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Folder 5 Broadcast October 31, 1940. E.K. Jett; radio interference.

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Folder 6 Broadcast November 11, 1940. George B. Watkins; auto safety glass.

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Folder 7 Broadcast November 14, 1940. Frederick Osborn; eugenics.

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Folder 8 Broadcast November 21, 1940. Edward Kasner and James S. Newman; "Mathematics of Pretzels, Googols, and the Game of Craps."

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Folder 9 Broadcast November 28, 1940. Leonard Carmichael; "Mobilizing the Nation's Expert Brains."

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Folder 10 Broadcast December 5, 1940. D.B. Mason; manganese.

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Folder 11 Broadcast December 12, 1940. Martin Grabau; polarized light.

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Folder 12 Broadcast December 19, 1940. R.L. Ricker; "Our Disappearing Christmas Greens."

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Folder 13 Broadcast December 26, 1940. Watson Davis; review of science in 1940.

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Folder 14 Script for appearance on "Country Journal," December 28, 1940, by Watson Davis and Frank Thone.

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Folder 15 Broadcast January 2, 1941. Watson Davis; review of science in 1940.

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Folder 16 Broadcast January 9, 1941. Charles F. Jackson; strategic materials.

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Folder 17 Broadcast January 16, 1941. W.H. Cameron; traffic safety.

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Folder 18 Other radio series, 1941-1942. Contains 1942 brochure for NBC program "Unlimited Horizons."

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Folder 19 Broadcast January 23, 1941. E.O. Thompson; "Using a Beam of Light to Reproduce Sound."

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Folder 20 Broadcast January 30, 1941. Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) health and safety programs.

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Folder 21 Broadcast February 6, 1941. Lawrence Langer; National Inventors Council.

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Folder 22 Broadcast February 13, 1941. Arthur Allen; recording bird calls.

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Folder 23 Broadcast February 20, 1941. Russell M. Wilder; enriched bread.

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Folder 24 Broadcast February 27, 1941. Ivan Booker and William S. Gray; "Learning to Read."

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Folder 25 Broadcast March 6, 1941. Joseph M. Hughes; research on mental illness.

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Folder 26 Broadcast March 13, 1941. Sanford V. Larkey; "Medical Science Mobilizes."

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Folder 27 Broadcast March 20, 1941. Karl M. Dallenbach; National Research Council's Emergency Committee on Psychology.

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Folder 28 Broadcast March 27, 1941. Willis H. Carrier; air conditioning; includes advertising booklet "25 Years of Air Conditioning."

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Folder 29 Broadcast April 3, 1941. Peter Debye; "Probing Matter with Electrons."

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Folder 30 Broadcast April 10, 1941. Irvin Stewart; National Defense Research Committee.

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Folder 31 Broadcast April 17, 1941. Jane Stafford's report on Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology meeting.

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Folder 32 Broadcast April 24, 1941. Hugh S. Taylor; advances in chemistry.

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Folder 33 Broadcast May 1, 1941. Harlow Shapley; globular star clusters.

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Folder 34 Broadcast May 8, 1941. Gordon W. Allport; "Morale, American Style."

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Folder 35 Broadcast May 15, 1941. John L. Collyer and Howard E. Fritz; synthetic rubber.

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Folder 36 Broadcast May 22, 1941. Alvin W. Hall; defense bonds and stamps.

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Folder 37 Broadcast May 29, 1941. S.P. Caldwell; Underwriters' Laboratories and national defense.

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Folder 38 Broadcast June 5, 1941. W.W. Bauer; report on American Medical Association meeting.

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Folder 39 Broadcast June 12, 1941. Dorothy Deming; public health nursing.

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Folder 40 Broadcast June 19, 1941. J.A. Hyslop; insect pests.

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Folder 41 Broadcast June 26, 1941. Charles C. Williford; thunderstorms.

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Folder 42 Broadcast July 3, 1941. Charles A. Federer; amateur astronomy.

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Folder 43 Broadcast July 10, 1941. Paul Logan; "Feeding the Army."

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Folder 44 Broadcast July 17, 1941. William A. McCain; "Clothing the Army."

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Folder 45 Broadcast July 31, 1941. Charles W. Gilmore; dinosaurs.

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Folder 46 Broadcast August 7, 1941. Oren C. Durham; "Allergy from the Air."

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Folder 47 Broadcast August 14, 1941. Harold Burris-Meyer; "Sound in the Theater."

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Folder 48 Broadcast August 21, 1941. John H. Baker; National Audubon Society.

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Folder 49 Broadcast August 28, 1941. Marston Morse; "Mathematics in Defense."

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Folder 50 Broadcast September 4, 1941. Edwin S. Van Deusen; military transportation.

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Folder 51 Broadcast September 11, 1941. David H. Killeffer; report on American Chemical Society meeting.

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Folder 52 Broadcast September 18, 1941. Thorfin Hogness; advances in chemistry.

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Folder 53 Broadcast September 25, 1941. A.C. Ivy; "The Physiology of Parachute Jumping."

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Folder 54 Broadcast October 2, 1941. William H. Martin; vitamins; correspondents include Wallace S. Moreland.

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Folder 55 Broadcast October 9, 1941. C.I. Post; vitamins and minerals.

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Folder 56 Broadcast October 16, 1941. John L. Rice; public health.

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Folder 57 Broadcast October 23, 1941. William J. Robbins; establishment of the National Science Fund; Robbins was interviewed by the Fund's Executive Secretary.

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Folder 58 Broadcast October 30, 1941. Harlow Shapley; National Science Fund and university-based research.

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Folder 59 Broadcast November 6, 1941. Edwin G. Conklin; National Science Fund and philanthropic support of scientific research.

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Folder 60 Broadcast November 13, 1941. Frank B. Jewett; National Science Fund and industrial research labs.

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Folder 61 Broadcast November 20, 1941. Morton C. Kahn; tuberculosis.

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Folder 62 Broadcast November 26, 1941. Don W. Gudakunst; infantile paralysis.

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Folder 63 Broadcast December 13, 1941. Dedication of the Science Service building in Washington; speakers included Henry A. Wallace, Vannevar Bush, Charles G. Darwin, Harlow Shapley, and Edwin G. Conklin, whose remarks were altered following the U.S. declaration of war.

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Folder 64 Broadcast December 6, 1941. Sidney D. Kirkpatrick and Alfred H. White; marine mining of magnesium.

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Folder 65 Broadcast December 20, 1941. John C. Adams; aviation medicine.

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Folder 66 Broadcast December 27, 1941. Lloyd R. Newhouser; blood plasma.

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Box 389

Folder 1 Broadcast January 3, 1942. Watson Davis; report on recent scientific meetings.

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Folder 2 Broadcast January 10, 1942. Harvey C. Rentschler; sterilization with ultraviolet light; includes photograph of Rentschler.

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Folder 3 Broadcast January 17, 1942. Arthur Van Dyck; "New Advances in Radio."

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Folder 4 Broadcast January 24, 1942. Lynn Farnol; U.S. air defense system; includes photographs.

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Folder 5 Broadcast January 31, 1942. Homer L. Shantz; forestry and national defense.

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Folder 6 Broadcast February 7, 1942. William D. Coolidge; National Inventors Council.

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Folder 7 Broadcast February 14, 1942. Lawrence Langer; patenting inventions.

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Folder 8 Broadcast February 21, 1942. George F. Bush; "George Washington as an Engineer."

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Folder 9 Broadcast March 7, 1942. Sam Seely; civilian physicians and the military draft.

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Folder 10 Broadcast March 14, 1942. Kirtley Mather; strategic minerals policy.

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Folder 11 Broadcast March 21, 1942. Mark Graubard; national nutrition habits.

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Folder 12 Broadcast March 28, 1942. Morris Meister; science education and the war.

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Folder 13 Broadcast April 4, 1942. R.G. Hoskins; meeting of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.

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Folder 14 Broadcast April 11, 1942. P.W. Bridgman; high pressure.

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Folder 15 Broadcast April 18, 1942. George W. Bailey; military radio communication.

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Folder 16 Broadcast April 25, 1942. Frank C. Hibben; anthropology.

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Folder 17 Broadcast May 2, 1942. Katherine Lenroot; Pan American Child Congress.

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Folder 18 Broadcast May 9, 1942. Eunice Weaver, Francisco de Miranda, and Henry Helmholz; Pan American Child Congress.

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Folder 19 Broadcast May 16, 1942. Harry Grundfest; American Association of Scientific Workers.

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Folder 20 Broadcast May 23, 1942. C. Harold Barry; wartime power generation policy; correspondents include Lionel S. Marks.

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Folder 21 Broadcast May 30, 1942. A. Newton Richards; wartime medicine.

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Folder 22 Broadcast June 6, 1942. Bart J. Bok; "Counting Stars."

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Folder 23 Broadcast June 13, 1942. Nelson Mead; Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars.

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Folder 24 Broadcast June 20, 1942. George C. Vaillant; "America's Anonymous Inventors."

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Folder 25 Broadcast June 27, 1942. Joseph A. Bell; infectious diseases.

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Folder 26 Broadcast July 4, 1942. Robert Grief, Lester B. Hollander, Beatrice Meirowitz, Carol Ruth Pike, Nathaniel Halberstadt, and Hugo Korn; "Science Talent Search."

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Folder 27 Broadcast July 11, 1942. Steuart Henderson Britt; "Psychologists in the War Effort."

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Folder 28 Broadcast July 18, 1942. Ralph C. Millet; U.S. Army Air Force Ground Observer Corps.

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Folder 29 Broadcast July 25, 1942. L.B. Lent; National Inventors Council.

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Folder 30 Broadcast August 1, 1942. J.Q. Stewart and Newton L. Pierce; military navigation.

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Folder 31 Broadcast August 8, 1942. Clyde Williams; War Metallurgical Committee of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Folder 32 Broadcast August 15, 1942. H.S. Bernton; hay fever.

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Folder 33 Broadcast August 22, 1942. W.F.G. Swann; "Science and the Happiness of Man."

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Folder 34 Broadcast August 29, 1942. Gregory Bateson and Donald H. Dunham; "Human Dignity from a Scientific Standpoint."

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Folder 35 Broadcast September 5, 1942. Albert L. Elder; plastics.

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Folder 36 Broadcast September 12, 1942. E.F. Kelly; pharmaceuticals.

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Folder 37 Broadcast September 19, 1942. E.O. May; agricultural chemistry.

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Folder 38 Broadcast September 26, 1942. P.G. Agnew; industrial standards and wartime production.

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Folder 39 Broadcast October 3, 1942. George E. Folk; industrial patents.

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Folder 40 Broadcast October 10, 1942. Ralph I. Lloyd; ophthalmology and otolaryngology.

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Folder 41 Broadcast October 17, 1942. Selman A. Waksman; soil microbiology.

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Folder 42 Broadcast October 24, 1942. Reginald M. Atwater; public health.

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Folder 43 Broadcast October 31, 1942. Eugene P. Pendergrass; industrial hygiene.

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Folder 44 Broadcast November 7, 1942. James P. Mitchell; pre-induction training.

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Folder 45 Broadcast November 14, 1942. D.W. Kaufman; salt mining.

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Folder 46 Broadcast November 21, 1942. Charles R. Reed; "Bumper Crop Weather."

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Folder 47 Broadcast December 5, 1942. Leverette D. Bristol; fuel rationing.

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Folder 48 Broadcast December 12, 1942. William W. Gergoffen; "Christmas Trees."

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Folder 49 Broadcast December 19, 1942. Watson Davis; review of science in 1942.

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Folder 50 Broadcast December 26, 1942. Arthur H. Compton and Irving Langmuir; "Science, Common Sense, and Decency."

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Folder 51 Broadcast January 2, 1943. Louis I. Dublin; health statistics.

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Folder 52 Broadcast January 9, 1943. Charles W. Bray; night vision.

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Folder 53 Broadcast January 16, 1943. H.T. Dean; tooth decay.

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Folder 54 Broadcast January 23, 1943. Ivor Griffith; synthetic substitutes for drugs.

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Folder 55 Broadcast January 30, 1943. William J. Morse; soybeans.

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Folder 56 Broadcast February 6, 1943. Robert W. Rodman; quinine.

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Folder 57 Broadcast February 13, 1943. Science Talent Search winners.

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Folder 58 Broadcast February 20, 1943. F.G. Boudreau; nutrition in peacetime.

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Folder 59 Broadcast February 27, 1943. M.L. Wilson; wartime nutrition.

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Folder 60 Broadcast March 6, 1943. C.C. Little; cancer research.

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Folder 61 Broadcast March 13, 1943. Esther Batchelder; vitamins.

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Folder 62 Broadcast March 20, 1943. Norman H. Joliffe; vitamin therapy.

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Folder 63 Broadcast March 27, 1943. Floyd S. Daft; research on vitamins.

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Folder 64 Broadcast April 3, 1943. E.G. Boring; "Psychology for the Fighting Man."

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Folder 65 Broadcast April 10, 1943. Edwin M. Betts; "Thomas Jefferson as a Victory Gardener."

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Folder 66 Broadcast April 17, 1943. Harlow Shapley; "Science from Shipboard."

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Folder 67 Broadcast April 24, 1943. Kirtley F. Mather; "Ocean Islands and Shore Lines."

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Box 390

Folder 1 Broadcast May 1, 1943. Bart J. Bok; meteorology and naval navigation.

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Folder 2 Broadcast May 8, 1943. Victor R. Boswell; "Raising Garden Seeds in America."

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Folder 3 Broadcast May 15, 1943. G.R. Wendt; "Air Sickness."

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Folder 4 Broadcast May 22, 1943. E.O. Baker; human population.

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Folder 5 Broadcast May 29, 1943. Caroline A. Chandler; "Protecting the Health of Young Workers in Wartime."

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Folder 6 Broadcast June 5, 1943. Boris Berkman; "Milkweed as a War and Peace Crop."

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Folder 7 Broadcast June 12, 1943. George C. Ruhland; "Keeping Well in War Crowded Cities."

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Folder 8 Broadcast June 19, 1943. Walter J. Murphy; wartime chemistry.

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Folder 9 Broadcast June 26, 1943. Rohland Isker; army food.

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Folder 10 Broadcast July 3, 1943. Samuel Prescott; food technology.

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Folder 11 Broadcast July 10, 1943. W.H. Tisdale; agricultural research.

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Folder 12 Broadcast July 17, 1943. Gregory J. Comstock; powder metallurgy.

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Folder 13 Broadcast July 24, 1943. Fred C. Bishopp; "Insects that Attack Man."

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Folder 14 Broadcast July 31, 1943. Howard L. Alt; anemia.

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Folder 15 Broadcast August 7, 1943. Paul Weiss; "Nerve Growth and Nerve Repair."

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Folder 16 Broadcast August 14, 1943. E.D. Merrill; "Poisonous Plants of the Pacific Islands."

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Folder 17 Broadcast August 21, 1943. Martin G. Larrabee and John G. Bergdoll; stratospheric research.

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Folder 18 Broadcast August 28, 1943. L.C. Graton; volcanology.

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Folder 19 Broadcast September 4, 1943. Benjamin Y. Morrison; cinchona.

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Folder 20 Broadcast September 11, 1943. Ruth Benedict; "How Knowing People Helps Win the War."

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Folder 21 Broadcast September 18, 1943. Margaret Patterson; science clubs.

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Folder 22 Broadcast September 25, 1943. Watson Davis; post-war society.

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Folder 23 Draft scripts for use when series was to be revived in June 1943.

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Folder 24 Broadcast June 17, 1944. Leon B. Lent; "Inventions and the War Effort."

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Folder 25 Script written for Vannevar Bush, who was scheduled to appear June 17, 1944.

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Folder 26 Broadcast July 1, 1944. R.R. Sayers; mining.

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Folder 27 Broadcast July 8, 1944. John Dollard; "Fear in Battle"; includes two versions of Dollard's study of fear.

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Folder 28 Broadcast July 15, 1944. Clifford W. Seibel; helium gas; includes photographs illustrating use of the gas.

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Folder 29 Broadcast July 22, 1944. Harlow Shapley; "Astronomical Dating of the Earth's Crust."

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Folder 30 Broadcast July 29, 1944. Don W. Gudakunst; polio.

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Folder 31 Broadcast August 5, 1944. Marjorie Van de Water; military neuropsychiatry.

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Folder 32 Broadcast August 12, 1944. Donald B. Keyes; Office of Production Research and Development; includes copies of War Production Board charts.

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Folder 33 Broadcast August 19, 1944. Gifford Pinchot; "A Survival Fishing Kit."

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Folder 34 Broadcast August 26, 1944. Richard Hunter; signal mirrors.

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Folder 35 Broadcast September 2, 1944. Maurice Nelles and R.L. Cardinal; industrial production.

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Folder 36 Broadcast September 9, 1944. N.A. Christensen; rockets.

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Folder 37 Broadcast December 9, 1944. Merrill Bernard; flood control.

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Folder 38 Broadcast December 16, 1944. E.K. Jett; wartime communications.

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Folder 39 Broadcast December 23, 1944. William W. Bergoffen; "Christmas Trees."

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Folder 40 Broadcast December 30, 1944. Watson Davis; review of science in 1944.

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Folder 41 Miscellaneous documents and scripts. Includes mimeographs of scripts for programs from January 13, 1945, to May 19, 1945; June 30, 1945; August 11, 1945; August 18, 1945; September 8, 1945; and September 29, 1945.

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Folder 42 Broadcast January 6, 1945. E.W. Elliott; hydroponics.

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Folder 43 Broadcast January 13, 1945. Scott B. Ritchie; military R&D.

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Folder 44 Broadcast January 20, 1945. Raymond D. Garver; "Surveying Our Future Forests"; material on science clubs.

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Folder 45 Broadcast January 27, 1945. Howard Sinclair; "Preparing Youth for the Coming Air Age."

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Folder 46 Broadcast February 3, 1945. Edwin F. Saxman; "Training Men to Fly and Fight."

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Folder 47 Broadcast February 10, 1945. Hugh H. Clegg; "Science Helps the FBI"; includes photographs of Clegg and Watson Davis.

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Box 391

Folder 1 Broadcast February 17, 1945. Science Talent Search winners; includes photographs of Frank Thone and students at the broadcast.

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Folder 2 Broadcast February 24, 1945. P.V. Cardon; "Science in the Victory Garden"; includes photograph of Cardon and Watson Davis.

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Folder 3 Broadcast March 3, 1945. J.A. Furer; "The Scientist and the Military Man."

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Folder 4 Broadcast March 10, 1945. G. Canby Robinson; "Blood Plasma and the War"; includes Red Cross poster and promotional material.

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Folder 5 Broadcast March 17, 1945. Cordes Tieman; "Weather over Tokyo"; includes photographs of Tieman.

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Folder 6 Broadcast March 24, 1945. Frederick W. Mast; "Maps and the War."

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Folder 7 Broadcast March 31, 1945. E.K. Jett; walkie-talkies; includes photographs of Jett and Watson Davis.

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Folder 8 Correspondence relating to future guests - Wil Marcus, Robert Woodward, Alan Bates, and Edwin Cohn.

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Folder 9 Broadcast April 7, 1945. Thomas Whitehead; "Burning Up Japan."

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Folder 10 Broadcast April 14, 1945. Henry Dale and Frank Jewett; "Science Spans the Atlantic."

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Folder 11 Broadcast April 14, 1945. Clarence W. Farrier; postwar housing; includes photograph of Farrier.

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Folder 12 Broadcast April 28, 1945. F.O. Carroll; "Engineering for War and Peace."

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Folder 13 Broadcast May 5, 1945. Paul Siple; "GI Joe Wears Postwar Clothes."

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Folder 14 Broadcast May 12, 1945. John Stack; aviation research.

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Folder 15 Broadcast May 19, 1945. Gordon Allport and Gardner Murphy; "Human Nature and the Peace."

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Folder 16 Broadcast May 26, 1945. C.W. Wright and James C. Nelson; "Previewing Tomorrow's Railroads."

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Folder 17 Broadcast June 2, 1945. Perry A. Thompson; "Fighting Forest Fires"; includes "Smoky Bear" publicity kits.

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Folder 18 Broadcast June 23, 1945. Edward M. Kosower, Science Talent Search winner, and his father.

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Folder 19 Broadcast June 9, 1945. Roy G. Hoskins and Hudson Hoagland; pregnenolone.

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Folder 20 Broadcast June 16, 1945. George L. Van Deusen; radio relay communications systems.

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Folder 21 Broadcast June 30, 1945. John Quincy Stewart; solar eclipses.

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Folder 22 Broadcast July 7, 1945. C.C. Henry; "Patents for Sale or License."

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Folder 23 Broadcast July 14, 1945. Charles F. Belshaw; "Ice in War and Industry."

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Folder 24 Broadcast July 21, 1945. Edward Warner; "Military Airplanes of the Future."

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Folder 25 Broadcast July 28, 1945. Morris L. Cooke; "Participation of Scientists and Engineers in Community Life."

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Folder 26 Broadcast August 4, 1945. Charles E. Jackson; fish farming.

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Folder 27 Broadcast August 11, 1945. Harlow Shapley; "Stars over Russia."

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Folder 28 Broadcast August 18, 1945. Gilbert J. Haeussler; DDT.

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Folder 29 Broadcast August 25, 1945. Harold W. Smith; naval medical research.

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Folder 30 Broadcast September 1, 1945. Waldo Semon; "Tires of Tomorrow"; includes B.F. Goodrich advertising brochure.

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Folder 31 Broadcast September 8, 1945. Raymond L. Zwemer; "Science's Role in Foreign Relations."

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Folder 32 Broadcast September 29, 1945. Selman A. Waksman; "New Germ-Killing Substances."

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Folder 33 Broadcast December 1, 1945. J.L. Rosenberg, H.A. Nowak, and R.N. Lyon; "Building the Atomic Bomb."

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Folder 34 Broadcast December 8, 1945. Howard A. Rusk; physical medicine.

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Folder 35 Broadcast December 15, 1945. Glenn Seaborg; elements 94, 95, and 96.

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Folder 36 Broadcast December 22, 1945. George Bailey; radio amateurs.

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Folder 37 Broadcast December 29, 1945. Watson Davis; review of science in 1945.

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Folder 38 Science Service entries to radio awards competition in 1945.

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Folder 39 Broadcast January 5, 1946. John W. Oliphant; influenza.

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Folder 40 Broadcast January 19, 1946. Ray Treichler; "The War on Rats."

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Folder 41 Broadcast January 26, 1946. B.D. Van Evera; "Rockets in the War."

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Folder 1 Broadcast February 2, 1946. Henry Norris Russell; "Eclipsing Variable Stars."

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Folder 2 Broadcast February 9, 1946. Fletcher Watson; Loran.

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Folder 3 Broadcast February 16, 1946. Science Talent Search winners.

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Folder 4 Broadcast February 23, 1946. Merle Tuve; proximity fuses.

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Folder 5 Broadcast March 2, 1946. Marshall H. Stone; Science Talent Search winners.

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Folder 6 Broadcast March 9, 1946. Curtis LeMay; "All-Weather Flying."

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