Guide to the Edward A. Steinhaus Papers, 1936-1975 (bulk 1939-1969)

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Guide to the Edward A. Steinhaus Papers, 1936-1975 (bulk 1939-1969)

Collection number: MS-F01

Special Collections and Archives

The UCI Libraries



University of California

Irvine, California
Processed by:
Processed by Kirstin Julian, 2001. Guide edited and completed by Adrian Turner, 2002.
Date Completed:
2002
Encoded by:
Andre Ambrus
© 2003 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Edward A. Steinhaus papers,
Date (inclusive): 1936-1975
Date (bulk): (bulk 1939-1969)
Collection number: MS-F001
Creator: Steinhaus, Edward Arthur, 1914-1969
Extent: 25 linear feet (25 boxes)
Physical location: The collection is stored offsite at SRLF. Advanced notice is required for access.
Repository: University of California, Irvine. Library. Special Collections and Archives.
Irvine, California 92623-9557
Abstract: This collection comprises the personal and professional papers of entomologist and academic Edward A. Steinhaus. The bulk of this collection comprises materials documenting Steinhaus' career at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) and Irvine (UCI), including the establishment of the Laboratory of Insect Pathology at UCB and his appointment as the first Dean of the School of Biological Sciences at UCI. Other UCI files contain materials relating to the founding of the School of Biological Sciences and Center for Pathobiology, in addition to the planning and opening of the UCI campus. This collection also contains files documenting Steinhaus' research in insect pathology, insecticides, and microbial control; his professional activities, particularly with the Entomological Society of America, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, and National Academy of Sciences; and his extensive work with scientific journals such as the Journal of Insect Pathology and Annual Review of Entomology. Materials include correspondence, research files, and published and unpublished writings, in addition to some photographs, slides, and audio recordings.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the University of California. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Head of Special Collections and University Archives.

Preferred Citation

Edward A. Steinhaus Papers. MS-F01. Special Collections and Archives, The UC Irvine Libraries, Irvine, California. Date accessed.
For the benefit of current and future researchers, please cite any additional information about sources consulted in this collection, including permanent URLs, item or folder descriptions, and box/folder locations.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Mabry C. Steinhaus, 1974.

Processing History

Processed by Kirstin Julian, 2001. Guide edited and completed by Adrian Turner, 2002.

Biography

Edward A. Steinhaus was a noted entomologist and academic known for his extensive work in insect pathology and was the first Dean of the School of Biological Sciences at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). He was born on November 7, 1914 in Max, North Dakota and entered North Dakota Agricultural College (now North Dakota State University) in 1932, graduating with a B.S. in Bacteriology in 1936. In 1939 he received his Ph.D. in Bacteriology, with a minor in entomology, from Ohio State University. He stayed at Ohio State University for another year, engaged in post-doctoral research. In 1940 he married Mabry Clark.
From 1940 to 1944 Steinhaus was employed as a bacteriologist at the US Public Health Service Rocky Mountain Laboratory in Hamilton, Montana, where he conducted research primarily on tick-borne diseases and associated vaccines. He resigned from the Rocky Mountain Laboratory when he was appointed Assistant Professor of Bacteriology at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) in 1944.
At UCB Steinhaus was concerned mainly with bacteriology but also worked as a consultant to various agencies and organizations on arthropod-borne microorganisms of medical value. He was later transferred to the Division of Beneficial Insect Investigations and in 1945 he helped establish the Laboratory of Insect Pathology within this Division. He also began teaching courses in insect pathology during this time and compiled a textbook to support his courses, Insect Microbiology, which was published in 1946. This publication was followed by Principles of Insect Pathology in 1949, which also served as a course textbook.
Steinhaus' continued interest in the relationship between insect pathology and microbial control motivated him to found the Journal of Insect Pathology, which later expanded its focus and was renamed Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. He served as editor-in-chief for these publications until 1969. In addition to his research and teaching duties at UCB, he was highly active in a number of scientific professional organizations, including the Entomological Society of America (ESA). In addition he continued to publish his research findings, work as a consultant, and serve as an editor and on editorial boards for journals such as Annual Review of Entomology, Journal of Entomology, and Virology. From 1962 to 1963 he served as President of the ESA. In 1960 Steinhaus established a separate Department of Insect Pathology at UCB, which he administered as Chairman until 1963.
University of California, Irvine (UCI) Chancellor Daniel Aldrich invited Steinhaus to become Dean of the School of Biological Sciences at the new campus in April 1963. Steinhaus accepted the appointment, becoming the first dean and faculty member at UCI. At UCI Steinhaus was responsible for the creation of a new, integrated curriculum espousing a "levels" approach to biology from molecules to the biosphere, which differed from traditional divisions between bacteriology, botany, and zoology. He was also responsible for developing the Psychobiology Department within the School of Biological Sciences. He taught courses in biological sciences and public policy, the latter of which eventually served as a model for the University Studies Program at UCI, in which senior professors taught courses for a non-major audience in areas of particular personal interest.
While on sabbatical in 1967, Steinhaus resigned as Dean and began to create plans for a UCI Center for Pathobiology. The Center was approved by campus administration in February 1969. It was intended to promote wide-ranging research in diseases in all living organisms; store pathological specimens; and serve as a repository for rare books, manuscripts, and other items relating to pathobiology. Steinhaus was appointed Head, a position in which he served until his death in October 1969.
For further biographical information, see Vision, Courage, Accomplishment: the Life of Edward A. Steinhaus (Irvine: UCI Center for Pathobiology, 1970). A biographical article on Steinhaus is also available online through "University of California: In Memoriam."

Chronology

1914 Born on November 7 in Max, North Dakota.
1936 B.S. Bacteriology, North Dakota Agricultural College (now North Dakota State University).
1939 Ph.D. Bacteriology, Ohio State University.
1939 Sigma Xi.
1939 Post-doctorate Scholarship (Muellhaupt Scholar) at Ohio State University.
1940 Marries Mabry Clark.
1940-1941 Assistant Bacteriologist, US Public Health Service, Rocky Mountain Laboratory, Hamilton, Montana (RML).
1941-1944 Associate Bacteriologist, RML.
1943-1944 Member, US Army Bullis Fever Commission.
1944-1946 Assistant Professor of Bacteriology, University of California, Berkeley (UCB).
1946-1960 Director of the Laboratory of Insect Pathology, UCB.
1946-1948 Assistant Professor of Insect Pathology, Experiment Station, UCB.
1946-1948 Assistant Insect Pathologist, Experiment Station, UCB.
1948-1954 Associate Professor of Insect Pathology, Experiment Station, UCB.
1948-1954 Associate Insect Pathologist, Experiment Station, UCB.
1948-1957 Editorial Board, Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology.
1951 Invertebrates Consultants Committee for the Pacific.
1951 Consultant, Special Conference on Insect Resistance, National Academy of Sciences (NAS).
1951-1952 Publications Committee, Journal of Entomology.
1951-1952 Fulbright Fellowship offer.
1951-1953 Consultant, Pacific Science Board, NAS.
1952-1954 Editorial Board, Journal of Economic Entomology.
1952-1963 Member, International Committee on Bacterial Nomenclature, International Insect Virus Subcommittee.
1954 Fellow, Entomological Society of America (ESA).
1954-1963 Professor of Insect Pathology, Experiment Station, UCB.
1954-1963 Insect Pathologist, Experiment Station, UCB.
1955-1957 Editorial Board, Virology.
1955-1963 Editor, Annual Review of Entomology.
1956-1963 Consultant, US Public Health Service, Tropical Medicine and Parasitology Study Section.
1957-1958 Vice-Chairman, Department of Biological Control, UCB.
1958-1962 Governing Board, ESA.
1959 Grace H. Griswold Lecturer of Entomology, Cornell University.
1959 Bioferm Award, ESA.
1959-1963 Chairman, International Insect Virus Subcommittee, International Committee on Bacterial Nomenclature.
1959-1969 Editor, Journal of Insect Pathology (later Journal of Invertebrate Pathology).
1960 Special Lecturer, National Taiwan University, Taipei.
1960-1961 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellow.
1960-1963 Chairman, Department of Insect Pathology, UCB.
1961 Knapp Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
1961 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
1962 Consultant, The President's Office of Science and Technology.
1962 Doctorate of Science, North Dakota State University.
1962-1963 President, ESA.
1962-1963 Consultant, World Health Organization.
1962-1967 Member, Executive Committee of the International Colloquium of Insect Pathology.
1962-1969 Section Editor, Biological Abstracts.
1963 Chairman, Division of Invertebrate Pathology, UCB.
1963 Honorary Member, Society of Science and Technology, India.
1963-1967 Dean of the School of Biological Sciences, University of California, Irvine (UCI).
1963-1968 Editorial Board, Life Sciences.
1963-1968 Professor of Biological Sciences, UCI.
1963-1969 Member, US Section of the International Committee on Comparative Pathology.
1963-1969 Member, Subcommittee on Comparative Pathology, Division of Medical Sciences, NAS.
1964-1967 Vice Chairman, US Section of the International Committee on Comparative Pathology.
1964-1967 Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on Comparative Pathology, Division of Medical Sciences, NAS.
1965 Honorary Fellow, L'Oranisation International de lutte Biologique Contre les Animaux et Plants Nuisibles.
1966 President, Section V, International Colloquium of Insect Pathology, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
1966 Consultant, Lunar Sample Receiving Laboratory, Manned Spacecraft Center, NASA, Houston.
1966-1967 Governing Board, American Institute of Biological Sciences.
1967-1968 President and Co-Founder, Society for Invertebrate Pathology.
1968 Nominee, National Medal of Science by ESA.
1968 Honorary Member, All-Union Entomological Society of USSR. Member, NAS.
1968-1969 Director of the Center for Pathobiology, UCI.
1968-1969 Member, Executive Committee, Division of Biology and Agriculture, NAS.
1969 Member, Speaker Monagan's Advisory Committee for the Formation of the California Assembly Science and Technology Council.
1969 Chairman, Committee for the International Congress of Entomology for 1976.
1969 Nominee, Director of the National Science Foundation.
1969 Dies in October.
1970 UCI Biological Sciences Building renamed Steinhaus Hall in memory of Steinhaus.

Collection Scope and Content Summary

This collection comprises the personal and professional papers of entomologist and academic Edward A. Steinhaus. The bulk of this collection comprises materials documenting Steinhaus' career at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) and Irvine (UCI), including the establishment of the Laboratory of Insect Pathology at UCB and his appointment as the first Dean of the School of Biological Sciences at UCI. Other UCI files contain materials relating to the founding of the School of Biological Sciences and Center for Pathobiology, in addition to the planning and opening of the UCI campus. This collection also contains files documenting Steinhaus' research in insect pathology, insecticides, and microbial control; his professional activities, particularly with the Entomological Society of America, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, and National Academy of Sciences; and his extensive work with scientific journals such as the Journal of Insect Pathology and Annual Review of Entomology. Materials include correspondence, research files, and published and unpublished writings, in addition to some photographs, slides, and audio recordings.
The original order of the files was maintained for some parts of this collection. Some original folders contained handwritten notes by Mabry C. Steinhaus, wife of Edward Steinhaus, providing information about the contents of the folders. These notes were transcribed onto archival quality folders during refolding of materials for preservation purposes.

Arrangement

This collection is organized into 3 series:
  • Series 1. Early academic and professional career files, 1936-1970. 16 linear ft.
  • Series 2. University of California, Irvine files, 1963-1970. 6 linear ft.
  • Series 3. Writings, 1938-1975. 3 linear ft.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Steinhaus, Edward Arthur, 1914-1969--Archives.
University of California, Irvine. School of Biological Sciences--Archival resources.
University of California, Irvine. Center for Pathobiology--Archival resources.
University of California, Irvine--Faculty--Archival resources.
University of California, Berkeley. Division of Beneficial Insect Investigations. Laboratory of Insect Pathology--Archival resources.
Insects--Diseases--Archival resources.
Insects--Microbiology--Archival resources.
Pathology--Archival resources.
Insecticides--Archival resources.

Genres and Forms of Material

Photographic prints.
Slides.
Sound recordings.

Occupations

Entomologists.

Index Terms Related to this Collection

Steinhaus, Mabry C., former owner.

Related Collections

The transcript of a 1974 oral history interview with Mabry C. Steinhaus, which includes biographical information about Edward A. Steinhaus, can be found in the Samuel McCulloch Papers (AS-033), Special Collections and Archives, The UC Irvine Libraries.

Collection Contents

 

Series 1. Early academic and professional career files, 1936-1970.

Physical Description: 16 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series contains materials documenting Steinhaus' education and career, beginning with his undergraduate work at North Dakota Agricultural College and continuing through his career at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB). In addition, it documents his professional activities, research, grant proposals, and correspondence from this time period. It contains student files, including his undergraduate notes; B.S. thesis from North Dakota Agricultural College; Ph.D. dissertation from Ohio State University; and postdoctoral work. Career files primarily document his work at UCB, particularly his tenure as Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and his involvement in the establishment of the Laboratory of Insect Pathology.
This series also contains files documenting Steinhaus' extensive professional involvement with scientific associations, particularly his tenure as the President of the Entomological Society of America, as well as his work as an editor and contributor to scientific journals such as the Journal of Insect Pathology. Files covering his tenure as the President of the Entomological Society of America also contain materials on the controversy over the use of chemical pesticides in the early 1960s.
Steinhaus' extensive research files, which include notes, data sheets, and photographs, document his work in entomology, particularly at the Rocky Mountain Laboratory and UCB. His work at Rocky Mountain Laboratory includes research on insect-borne diseases such as spotted fever and typhus. It also includes research on ticks and tick-borne diseases. A small topical file contains clippings and other ephemera accumulated by Steinhaus on various issues such as science, politics, and philosophy.
A personal and professional correspondence file includes letters to colleagues, students, friends, and others. Other correspondence can be found throughout this series under related topics.

Arrangement

This series is arranged topically. Files within topical groupings are arranged alphabetically by topic, organization, or form of material. For related materials documenting Steinhaus' professional activities and involvement in scientific organizations, see Series 2. University of California, Irvine files.
Box 1 : 1-13

Early education

Box 1 : 1-6

Class notes, 1936.

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 1 : 7-8

Dissertation, Ph.D., 1939.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 6 photographic prints.
Box 1 : 9

Laboratory notes, undated

Box 1 : 10-12

Papers, 1938-1940.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 1 : 13

Thesis, B.S., 1936

Box 1 : 14 - 3 : 17

Career

Box 1 : 14 - 3 : 6

UC Berkeley

Box 1 : 14-23

Administrative files, 1946-1960.

Physical Description: 10 folders.
Box 1 : 24

Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951-1952

Box 1 : 25-37

Committee work, 1947-1962.

Physical Description: 13 folders.

Access Information

Access to personnel records in this file restricted until 2011-12-01.
Box 1 : 38 - 2 : 6 and 25

Teaching and course materials

Box 1 : 38 - 2 : 6

General materials , 1944-1963.

Physical Description: 17 folders.

Access Information

Access to student records in this file restricted until 2037-09-01.
Box 25 : 15

Student registration cards and address card file, ca. 1946-1962.

Access Information

Access to student records in this file restricted until 2036-01-01.
Box 2 : 7-12

Employment files, 1945-1963.

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 2 : 13 - 3 : 6

Laboratory of Insect Pathology

Box 2 : 13-30

General materials, 1946-1964.

Physical Description: 18 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuals; financial statements; and proposal, planning, staff, and curriculum materials.
Box 2 : 31

Plymouth House, 1947-1949

Box 2 : 32-35

Public Health School, 1955-1960.

Physical Description: 4 folders.
Box 2 : 36

Sigma Xi, 1948-1952

Box 2 : 37-42

Speeches and talks, 1941-1960.

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 2 : 43 - 3 : 6

Miscellaneous materials, 1953-1967.

Physical Description: 21 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Includes directories; departmental publications; and scrapbooks of publicity materials and clippings. Also includes some materials documenting consulting work.
Box 3 : 7-14

United States Department of Agriculture, 1945-1963.

Physical Description: 8 folders.
Box 3 : 15-17

United States Public Health Service, Rocky Mountain Laboratory, 1937-1951.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 25 : 14

Photographic prints, ca. 1944-1958 and undated.

Physical Description: 12 items.

Scope and Content Note

Includes portraits and publicity photographs.
Box 3 : 18 - 6 : 29

Professional activities and associations.

Scope and Content Note

Related materials from the early 1960s may also be found under Series 2. UCI and Professional activities and associations. Some materials in German, Italian, and French.
Box 3 : 18

American Academy of Microbiology, 1961-1962

Box 3 : 19

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1941-1957

Box 3 : 20-21

American Association of Economic Entomologists, 1949-1959.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 3 : 22

American Society of Parasitologists, 1942

Box 3 : 23

American Society of Protozoologists, 1948-1951

Box 3 : 24 - 4 : 7

Annual Review of Entomology, 1953-1963.

Physical Description: 22 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 2 photographic prints of group portraits with Steinhaus.
Box 4 : 8

Biological Abstracts, 1961-1963

Box 4 : 9

Conference of Biological Editors, 1961

Box 4 : 10

Conservation Foundation Conference, 1958-1959

Box 4 : 11-20

Entomological Society of America, 1945-1967.

Physical Description: 10 folders.
Box 4 : 21 - 5 : 51

Entomological Society of America, President's files, 1962-1963

Box 4 : 21-29

Meetings, 1963.

Physical Description: 9 folders.
Box 4 : 30-38

Governing Board, 1962-1963.

Physical Description: 9 folders.
Box 5 : 1-34

Committees, 1962-1963.

Physical Description: 34 folders.
Box 5 : 35-41

Sections and Subsections, 1962-1963.

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 5 : 42-51

Publications of the Society and related matters, 1962-1963.

Physical Description: 10 folders.
Box 5 : 52

Journal of Economic Entomology, 1948-1959

Box 5 : 53 - 6 : 10

Journal of Insect Pathology, 1958-1963.

Physical Description: 23 folders.
Box 6 : 11

International Colloquium on Insect Pathology and Microbial Control, 1962.

Box 6 : 12-13

International Conference of Insect Pathology and Biological Control, 1st, 1958

Box 6 : 14-15

International Congress of Entomology, 10th-11th, 1956-1959.

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 6 : 16

International Congress of Microbiology, 8th, 1960

Box 6 : 17

International Congress of Zoology, 16th, 1963

Box 6 : 18

International Days of Bee Pathology, 1961

Box 6 : 19

Journal of Parasitology, 1948-1951

Box 6 : 20

Life Sciences, 1963

Box 6 : 21

Miscellaneous materials, 1962-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Primarily contains materials relating to conference activities.
Box 6 : 22

National Academy of Science, National Research Council, 1962-1963

Box 6 : 23

National Institute of Health, 1958

Box 6 : 24-25

Pacific Science Congress, 9th-10th, 1957-1961

Box 6 : 26

Society for General Microbiology, 1949-1953

Box 6 : 27

Society for the Study of Evolution, 1948

Box 6 : 28

South Pacific Commission, 1958-1960

Box 6 : 50

Virology, 1955-1956

Box 6 : 29

Western Society of Naturalists, 1945-1949

Box 6 : 30 - 7 : 37

Research

Box 6 : 30

Bacterial infections of insects, ca.1940

Box 6 : 31

California oak moth, 1947

Box 6 : 32

Colias hematology, undated

Box 6 : 33

Commercial biological control projects, 1947

Box 6 : 34

Diagnostic return sheets, undated

Box 6 : 35

Disease incident reports, 1949-1950

Box 6 : 36

Effect of microorganisms and antibiotics on stored grain insects, 1952

Box 6 : 37-41

Examination of bacteria, 1944-1950.

Physical Description: 5 folders.
Box 6 : 42

Gnorimoschema, 1945

Box 6 : 43

Grasshopper cultures, undated

Box 6 : 44

Importance of invertebrates, 1957-1960

Box 6 : 45-46

Insect pathology research questions and definitions, 1948-1962.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 6 : 47

Milkweed bug and European corn borer, undated

Box 6 : 48

Murgantia histronica (cabbage bug or harlequin bug), 1944

Box 6 : 49

Principle insect pests in California, 1955

Box 6 : 51 - 7 : 11

Projects #1306-1520, 1947-57.

Physical Description: 15 folders.
Box 7 : 12

Public Health School progress reports, 1955-1958

Box 7 : 13

Pure fundamental or basic science, 1954-1960

Box 7 : 14-34

Rocky Mountain laboratory experiments, 1940-1944.

Physical Description: 21 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged by experiment or research topic.
Box 7 : 35

Rhinoceros beetle, Palau Islands, 1951-1954

Box 7 : 36

Stress and latency, ca. 1960

Box 7 : 37

Summary of General Mills report, 1952

Box 7 : 38

Virus nomenclature, 1949-1959

Box 7 : 39 - 8 : 2

Grants

Box 7 : 39

Cancer Funds Application, 1951-1952

Box 7 : 40

General Mills, 1951-1953

Box 8 : 1

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1959-1961

Box 8 : 2

National Science Foundation, 1957-1962

Box 8 : 3 - 16 : 43

Correspondence

 

Individuals and organizations.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged by surname or name of organization. Some correspondence in French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, or Spanish. Includes 99 photographic prints and 12 slides.
Box 8 : 3-25

A, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 23 folders.
Box 8 : 26 - 9 : 27

B, 1937-1963.

Physical Description: 48 folders.
Box 9 : 28 - 10 : 13

C, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 24 folders.
Box 10 : 14-30

D, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 17 folders.
Box 10 : 31-43

E, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 13 folders.
Box 10 : 44 - 11 : 5

F, 1944-1963.

Physical Description: 21 folders.
Box 11 : 6-27

G, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 22 folders.
Box 11 : 28-56

H, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 29 folders.
Box 11 : 57 - 12 : 4

I, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 9 folders.
Box 12 : 5-15

J, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 11 folders.
Box 12 : 16-30

K, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 15 folders.
Box 12 : 31-52

L, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 22 folders.
Box 12 : 53 - 13 : 19

M, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 34 folders.
Box 13 : 20-29

N, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 10 folders.
Box 13 : 30-34

O, 1942-1963.

Physical Description: 5 folders.
Box 13 : 35-52

P, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 18 folders.
Box 13 : 53

Q, 1949-1962

Box 13 : 54 -14 : 15

R, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 16 folders.
Box 14 : 16 - 15 : 4

S, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 43 folders.
Box 15 : 5-23

T, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 19 folders.
Box 15 : 24-26

U, 1941-1959.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 15 : 27-31

V, 1948-1963.

Physical Description: 4 folders.
Box 15 : 32 - 16 : 4

W, 1940-1963.

Physical Description: 25 folders.
Box 16 : 5-8

Y, 1948-1963.

Physical Description: 4 folders.
Box 16 : 9-12

X-Z, 1939-1963.

Physical Description: 5 folders.
Box 16 : 13

Student recommendations, ca. 1937-1960.

Access Information

Access to student records in this file restricted until 2039-05-03.
Box 16 : 14-43

Miscellaneous

Box 16 : 14-19

Anecdotes, clippings, and articles on scientific and general topics, 1924-1965 and undated.

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 16 : 20-43

Topical file, 1930-1970 and undated.

Physical Description: 14 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically. Contains materials on agriculture, biology, entomology, evolution, freedom of thought, medicine, politics, publishing, religion, science and scientific method, scholarship, teaching, and other topics.
 

Series 2. University of California, Irvine files, 1963-1970.

Physical Description: 6 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series contains materials documenting Steinhaus' career at UCI as Founding Dean of the School of Biological Sciences and Professor of Biological Sciences. In addition, it documents some of his professional activities, research, grant proposals, and correspondence from this time period, and contains some memorials produced after his death in 1969.
UCI materials contain extensive documentation of the formation of the Center for Pathobiology and School of Biological Sciences, including proposed curriculum, guides to the schools, and newsletters. In addition, some files contain materials relating to the planning and opening of the UCI campus. Other UCI files contain campus-wide committee files, office ephemera, course materials from 1966 through 1969 documenting Steinhaus' biological science classes, and speech materials. Memorial materials include slides from the dedication ceremony of Steinhaus Hall in 1970, in addition to Vision, Courage, Accomplishment: the Life of Edward A. Steinhaus (Irvine: UCI Center for Pathobiology, 1970), a posthumous, memorial publication produced by UCI.
UCI materials also include numerous topical files maintained by Steinhaus during his tenure as Dean of the School of Biological Sciences. These topical files contain material on a wide range of subjects, such as his professional activities, research, grants, and writings, and associated materials may be found in other files throughout this series. Files are arranged alphabetically according to the office filing system and original folder headings are used whenever possible. Numbers are associated with the original file headings and have been included when present; a key to this numerical system is not, however, present in the collection. These numbers begin with the digits 500 through 599 and are placed within parentheses.
Professional activities and associations files document Steinhaus' extensive involvement in the scientific community while employed at UCI, particularly with the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), the National Research Council of the NAS, and the Society for Invertebrate Pathology. These materials were not interfiled with related materials found in Series 1. Early academic and professional career files during processing, and the original order of these files was maintained whenever possible.
His research materials from this period, which include data sheets, notes, and some photographs, are primarily concerned with teratology. Miscellaneous materials include numerous anecdotes, clippings, and quotes collected by Steinhaus.

Arrangement

This series is arranged topically. Files within topical groupings are arranged alphabetically by topic, organization, or form of material. For related materials documenting Steinhaus' professional activities and involvement in scientific organizations, see Series 1. Early academic and professional career files.
Box 16 : 44 - 18 : 60 and 23

UCI

Box 16 : 44 - 17 : 6

Administrative units

Box 16 : 44-46

Center for Pathobiology

Box 16 : 44

Clippings and newsletters, 1968-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Includes issues of Bioscience newsletter and other Center for Pathobiology publications
Box 16 : 45-46

Proposals for formation, ca. 1966-1968.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 16 : 47 - 17 : 6

School of Biological Sciences

Box 16 : 47

Clippings, 1966-1968

Box 16 : 48

Course lists, program description, rosters, and schedules, 1965-1967

Box 17 : 1-4

Curriculum binders, 1964-1966.

Physical Description: 4 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Contains course lists and program descriptions.
Box 17 : 5

A guide to the biological sciences, 1965-1970

Box 17 : 6

Newsletters, 1965-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Includes issues of Bioscience newsletter.
Box 16 : 49

Notes on biological science and formation of School of Biological Sciences, ca. 1963

Box 17 : 7-11

Campus planning and opening publications and brochures.

Scope and Content Note

Includes UCI publications, clippings, and some popular journal issues.
Box 17 : 7

Landscaping, 1966

Box 17 : 8-9

Opening and first commencement, 1965-1968.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 17 : 10

Planning, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes materials on William Pereira.
Box 17 : 11

Promotional, 1965-1967

Box 17 : 12-14

Committees

Box 17 : 12

Appointment and promotion committee, undated

Box 17 : 13

Council of Arts, 1963

Box 17 : 14

Search committee on Organismic Biology, 1968-1969.

Access Information

Access to personnel records in this file restricted until 2019-03-04.
Box 17 : 15

Grant, US Public Health, 1962-1963

Box 23 : 8-9

Memorial and dedication materials

Box 23 : 8

Dedication of Steinhaus Hall 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 3 slides.
Box 23 : 9

Memorials, 1970-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Vision, courage, accomplishment.
Box 17 : 16-21

Miscellaneous

Box 17 : 16

Accreditation of Southern California Colleges, 1966

Box 17 : 17

All-University Conference on Biology, 1963-1965

Box 17 : 18

Bioferm visit binder, 1963

Box 17 : 19

Farewell to Jack Peltason skit, undated

Box 17 : 20

Malignancy of intercranial tumors, student paper, undated

Box 17 : 21

Thuricide news, 1966

Box 17 : 22

Un-American activities, 13th report, State Senate Factfinding Subcommittee, 1968

Box 23 : 10

University Explorer audio recordings, undated.

Physical Description: 2 1/4" tapes.

Scope and Content Note

Includes recording concerning pathobiology.
Box 17 : 23-25

Office materials

Box 17 : 23

Calendar, 1969

Box 17 : 24

Directories, 1967-1968

Box 17 : 25

Stamps, undated

Box 17 : 26-38

Speeches and talks

Box 17 : 26

Biology Club speech, UCI, undated

Box 17 : 27

Biological sciences unlimited, undated

Box 17 : 28

Challenge of modern biology, 1963

Box 17 : 29-31

The day is at hand, Entomological Society of America presidential address, 1963.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 17 : 32

The entomologist and the diseased insect, Entomological Society of America symposium, undated

Box 17 : 33

The image of entomology, undated

Box 17 : 34

Insect pathology, undated

Box 17 : 35

Invertebrates and their diseases as models for the study of disease processes in man, ca. 1968

Box 17 : 36

Microbial control is not all, Joint United States-Japan seminar on microbial control of insect pests, 1967

Box 17 : 37

Orange County Science Teachers Association speech, ca. 1963

Box 17 : 38

Planning the university community, Phi Beta Kappa speech, 1964

Box 17 : 39-40

Teaching

Box 17 : 39

Biological Sciences 40, Venereal disease, 1968-1969 and undated

Box 17 : 40

Science and public policy, graduate colloquium, 1966-1968

Box 17 : 41 - 18 : 60

Topical files.

Scope and Content Note

Related materials, including correspondence, documenting Steinhaus' professional activities and associations, and research may be found under their respective headings in this series. Some materials in French and German.
Box 17 : 41

Academic positions, UCI, requests for information, 1964-1967

Box 17 : 42-43

Academic Press, 1962-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 17 : 44

Addis Translations, 1965

Box 17 : 45

Agriculture, US Department of Agricultural Research Service, 1963-1965

Box 17 : 46-48

American Academy of Microbiology, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 3 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Includes minutes, registration, newsletters, and committee reports.
Box 17 : 49

American Society for Experimental Pathology, 1966-1969

Box 17 : 50

American Society for Microbiology, 1963-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Includes constitution, programs, and publication correspondence.
Box 17 : 51

Animaland, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings for proposed Irvine wildlife park.
Box 17 : 52

Anti-evolution, 1963

Box 17 : 53

Archaeological survey reports at Irvine, 1963

Box 17 : 54

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, 1967-1969

Box 17 : 55

Bacteriological Reviews, 1963-1964

Box 17 : 56-57

Biographical materials on Steinhaus (500-30, 501-20), 1964-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Includes business card.
Box 17 : 58-61

Biological Abstracts, 1964-1969

Box 17 : 63

Biology Club, UCI, 1967 and 1969

Box 18 : 1

Book data, requests for etc., 1964-1967

Box 18 : 2

Botanical gardens, Lancetilla, Honduras, 1964

Box 18 : 3

California College of Medicine, UCI, curriculum report and related materials, 1966-1968

Box 18 : 4

Commercial Solvents Corporation, correspondence, 1963

Box 18 : 5

Committee on International Exchange of Persons, 1966

Box 18 : 6

Comparative invertebrate pathology textbook, 1963

Box 18 : 7

Corona del Mar High School, 1965-1966

Box 17 : 59-61

Council of Biology Editors, 1962-1969.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 18 : 8

Council on Biological Sciences Information, 1966-1967

Box 18 : 9-11

Commission on Undergraduate Education in the Biological Sciences, 1964-1966 and undated.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 18 : 12

Dean's reports on administrative affairs, UCI, procedures, and weekly reports (130-99), 1963-1965

Box 18 : 13-14

Deanship, UCI (501-10, 505-10), 1963-1968.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 18 : 15

Department of Organismic Biology, UCI, faculty meetings and other notices, 1968

Box 18 : 16

Explorer and Boy Scouts, 1963-1965

Box 18 : 17

Fullerton Junior College, accreditation, 1965

Box 18 : 18

Hafner Publishing Company (507-30), correspondence, 1966-1968

Box 18 : 19

Insect pathology, correspondence, 1963-1964.

Note

See also Series 3.
Box 18 : 20-24

International

Box 18 : 20

Biological Program, professional organization, correspondence, 1963

Box 18 : 21-22

Colloquium on Insect Pathology (505-50 and 505-70), 1965-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 18 : 23

Congress for Microbiology 9th (505-55), 1965-1966

Box 18 : 24

Council of Societies of Pathology, 1965

Box 18 : 25

Invertebrate Consultants Committee for the Pacific, 1963

Box 18 : 26

Kerckhoff Marine Laboratory, Upper Newport Bay mud flats, 1963-1964

Box 18 : 27

Lawsonomy principles, undated

Box 18 : 28

Marine Biology Committee, UCI, 1967

Box 18 : 29

McGraw Hill (507-40), 1967-1969

Box 18 : 31-34

National Academy of Sciences

Box 18 : 31

Congratulations (502-20-3), 1968

Box 18 : 32

General (502-20-1), 1967-1969

Box 18 : 33

Minutes (502-20-2), 1968-1969

Box 18 : 34

National Research Council Comparative Pathology Committee (520-20-4), 1963-1969

Box 18 : 30

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1966-1967

Box 18 : 35

National Science Foundation, 1969

Box 18 : 36

North American Aviation, Inc., 1965-1966

Box 18 : 37

Nutrilite Products, Inc., 1963-1967

Box 18 : 38

Orange County General Hospital, 1965-1966

Box 18 : 39

Orange County Press Club Headliner Award, 1969

Box 18 : 40

Personal and professional travel (506x), 1962-1964

Box 18 : 41

Post-doctorate and graduate applications, UCI, 1966-1967

Box 18 : 42

Publications, general (5067-10), 1965-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Includes publisher correspondence.
Box 18 : 43

Public Health Service, 1968

Box 18 : 44

Reprint requests, to and from 1963-1969

Box 18 : 45

Research activities, general (506), grants, 1965-1964

Box 17 : 62

Resignation from UCI School of Biological Sciences, 1967.

Access Information

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Box 18 : 46-58

Society for Invertebrate Pathology

Box 18 : 46

HIB relations (502-10-9), 1967-1969

Box 18 : 47

Columbus meeting (502-10-7), 1967-1969

Box 18 : 48

Constitution (502-10-1), 1967-1969

Box 18 : 49

Council organizing committee (502-10-4), 1967-1969

Box 18 : 50

Heimpel, Arthur correspondence (502-10-8), 1967-1969

Box 18 : 51

Legal aspects (501-27), 1966-1968

Box 18 : 52

Membership (502-10-2), 1968-1969

Box 18 : 53

Microsporida solution, 1969

Box 18 : 54

Miscellaneous (501-27 and 501-25), 1966-1969

Box 18 : 55

Newsletter (502-10-5), 1967-1968

Box 18 : 56

Nominating committees (502-10-3), 1968-1969

Box 18 : 57

Sparks, Albert K., correspondence (502-10-6), 1966-1969

Box 18 : 58

Vermont meeting, 1969

Box 18 : 59

Starin lecture (505-85), 1969

Box 18 : 60

Travel, UCI, general (508), 1965-1969

Box 19 : 1 - 20 : 7

Professional activities and associations.

Scope and Content Note

Related materials may be found under UCI, Speeches and talks and Topical files.
Box 19 : 1

All-Union Entomological Society, 1969

Box 19 : 2-4

American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1966-1968.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 19 : 5

American Society for Experimental Pathology, 1968-1969

Box 19 : 6

California State Assembly Science and Technology Council, 1969

Box 19 : 7-10

Entomological Society of America, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 4 folders.
Box 19 : 11

Human Ecology Group, UCI, 1969

Box 19 : 12

International Colloquium on Insect Pathology, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, 1969-1970

Box 19 : 13

International Conference on Comparative Virology, University of Montreal, 1969

Box 19 : 14

International Congress of Comparative Pathology, 8th, Centre International d'Agriculture Wageningen, 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Some in French.
Box 19 : 15-16

International Congress of Entomology, 11th, 1968.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Materials in Russian.
Box 19 : 17

International Microbial Control of Insect Pests Conference, 1966-1967

Box 19 : 18

Journal of Insect Pathology, 1959

Box 19 : 19-30

National Academy of Sciences

Box 19 : 19-20

General, 1963-1968.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 19 : 21

Annual meeting, 1969

Box 19 : 22

Clippings and early membership, 1968

Box 19 : 23

Intelligence and genetics, 1969

Box 19 : 24-29

National Research Council

Box 19 : 24

General, 1969

Box 19 : 25-28

Executive Committee, 1967-1969.

Physical Description: 4 folders.
Box 19 : 29

Proceedings, 1968-1969

Box 19 : 30

Pasadena meeting, 1968

Box 19 : 31

Pacific Science Congress, 11th, 1966

Box 19 : 32 - 20 : 1

Society for Invertebrate Pathology

Box 19 : 32

General, undated

Box 19 : 33

Academic Press, 1967-1968

Box 19 : 34

Newsletter, 1967-1971

Box 19 : 35

Opposition and help, 1966-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Some materials in French.
Box 19 : 36

Organization materials, 1966

Box 19 : 37-38

Proposal questionnaire answers, 1966.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 20 : 1

Be favorable to bold beginnings, presidential address, 1968

Box 20 : 2

Society of American Bacteriologists, 1960

Box 20 : 3

The student and the quality of his intellectual environment in the university, University of California faculty conference proceedings, 1963

Box 20 : 4-5

Symposia

Box 20 : 4

Neoplasia of invertebrate and primitive vertebrate animals, Smithsonian Institution and National Cancer Institute, 1967-1968

Box 20 : 5

Phylogeny of transplantation, Transplantation Society, 1970

Box 20 : 6

US Office of Science and Technology cotton insects panel, 1963

Box 20 : 7

Visiting Scholars Program, University Center in Virginia, Incorporated, 1967-1969

Box 20 : 8-26

Research.

Scope and Content Note

Related materials may also be found under UCI, Topical files.
Box 20 : 8

Biology of disease

Box 20 : 9

Insect eggs, undated

Box 20 : 10

Pesticides papers, 1969

Box 20 : 13-26

Teratology.

Box 20 : 13

Pupal wing, undated

Box 20 : 14-16, 18, 21-26

General, 1966 and undated.

Physical Description: 10 folders.
Box 20 : 17

Photographic prints, undated.

Physical Description: 51 items.
Box 20 : 19

UV Studies, 1967

Box 20 : 20

An unusual structural layer in the foregut of the beetle tenbrio molitor, report, undated

Box 20 : 27 - 23 : 7

Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Related correspondence may also be found under UCI, Topical files. Some materials in French, German, or Spanish.
Box 20 : 27

Aldrich, Daniel G., 1963-1969

Box 20 : 28

Aizawa, Kelo, 1964-1969

Box 20 : 29

Angus, T.A., 1964-1968

Box 20 : 30

Arditti, Joseph, 1967-1968

Box 20 : 31

Armstrong, Herbert W., undated

Box 20 : 32

Aruga, H., 1963-1966

Box 20 : 33

A-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 20 : 34

Bender, Dr. Harvey A., 1963-1966

Box 20 : 35

Benz, Georg A., 1963-1965

Box 20 : 36

Boughey, Arthur S., 1964-1969

Box 20 : 37

Briggs, John D., 1963-1969

Box 21 : 1

Brooks, Dr. Marion A., 1963-1965

Box 21 : 2

Brooks, Wayne M., 1963-1966

Box 21 : 3

Brown, Martin D., 1965

Box 21 : 4

Bucher, Gordon E., 1965-1969

Box 21 : 5

Burges, D.H., 1963-1969

Box 21 : 6-7

B-miscellaneous, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 21 : 8

Cameron, J. MacBain, 1964-1969

Box 21 : 9-10

C-miscellaneous, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 21 : 11

Dawe, Clyde J., M.D., 1964-1968

Box 21 : 12

Day, M.F., 1963-1966

Box 21 : 13

DeBach, Paul, 1963-1969

Box 21 : 14

D-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 21 : 15

Ebeling, Walter, 1963-1967

Box 21 : 16

E-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 21 : 17

Faculty Club, 1963-1969

Box 21 : 18

Falcon, Lou A., 1964-1965

Box 21 : 19

Farb, Peter, 1963-1968

Box 21 : 20

Fisher, Robert A., 1963-1965

Box 21 : 21

Franz, J.M., 1963-1969

Box 21 : 22

Freeman, W.H., and company, 1966-1967

Box 21 : 23

Frenkel, J.K., M.D., 1966-1969

Box 21 : 24

Furniss, Robert L., 1964-1966

Box 21 : 25

F-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 21 : 26

Gainsley, Mr. Lyle C., 1966

Box 21 : 27

Geivet, Mrs. Robert (formerly Mitché Hunt), 1963-1969

Box 21 : 28-29

Gerard, Ralph W., 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 21 : 30

Gittinger, Mr. J. Price, 1965

Box 21 : 31

Glennon, Kathleen M., 1965-1966

Box 21 : 32

Goodwin, Dr. Ronald R., 1964-1969

Box 21 : 33

Gressitt, Dr. J. Linsley, 1963-1965

Box 21 : 34

Grison, P., 1964-1968

Box 21 : 35-36

G-miscellaneous, 1964-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 21 : 37

Harshbarger, John C., 1967-1969

Box 21 : 38

Henlein, Lore, 1965-1966

Box 21 : 39

Hinderaker, Ivan H., 1963-1967

Box 21 : 40

Holland, John J., 1963-1968

Box 21 : 41

Huger, Alois M., 1968-1969

Box 21 : 42-43

H-miscellaneous, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 21 : 44

Ignoffo, Dr. Carlo, 1963-1969

Box 21 : 45

I-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 21 : 46

Jacob, Dr. Stanley, 1965-1966

Box 21 : 47

Jenna, Mrs. Patricia B., 1963-1965

Box 21 : 48

Johnson, Phyllis, 1965-1969

Box 21 : 49

Jones, Mr. Richard C.M., 1965-1968

Box 21 : 50

J-miscellaneous, 1965-1969

Box 21 : 51

Kellen, William R., 1965-1969

Box 21 : 52

King, Donald W., M.D., 1963-1964

Box 21 : 53

Kloke, Eloise, 1964-1966

Box 21 : 54

Knipling, E.F., 1964-1967

Box 21 : 55

Kramer, Dr. John P., 1964-1969

Box 21 : 56

Kuno, Goro, 1964-1965

Box 21 : 57

Kushwaha, Dr. K.S., 1965

Box 21 : 58

K-miscellaneous, 1964-1969

Box 21 : 59

Lackman, Dr. David, 1966

Box 21 : 60

Laird, Marshall, 1963-1968

Box 21 : 61

Linsley, Dean E. Gorton, 1963-1968

Box 21 : 62

Lipa, Dr. Jerzy J., 1964-1969

Box 21 : 63

L-miscellaneous, 1963-1965

Box 21 : 64

Machlis, Dr. Leonard, 1965-1966

Box 21 : 65-67

Martignoni, Mauro, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 22 : 1

Maxwell, Dr. Kenneth E., 1963-1969

Box 22 : 2

McClean, Louis A., 1967-1968

Box 22 : 3

McGaugh, James L., 1963-1969

Box 22 : 4

Mc-miscellaneous, 1965-1969

Box 22 : 5

Mead, Albert R., 1963-1968

Box 22 : 6

Messenger, P.S., 1963-1964.

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Box 22 : 7

Meyer, K.F., M.D., 1965-1969

Box 22 : 8

Mitchell, Roger, ACE Pilot Study, 1967-1969

Box 22 : 9

Müller-Kögler, Dr. E., 1965-1967

Box 22 : 10

Murray, Grover E., 1966

Box 22 : 11

Murray, Dr. William S., 1965-1967

Box 22 : 12-13

M-miscellaneous, 1964-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 22 : 14

Neter, Erwim, 1964

Box 22 : 15

North Carolina State, 1964

Box 22 : 16-17

N-miscellaneous, 1965-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 22 : 18

O-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 22 : 19

Papp, Charles S., 1965

Box 22 : 20

Paul, Mr. William W., 1964-1968

Box 22 : 21

Phaff, Dr. H.J., 1964-1966

Box 22 : 22

Philip, Dr. C.B., 1963-1968

Box 22 : 23

Pimentel, David, 1963-1967

Box 22 : 24

Prasertphon, Sothorn, 1963-1969

Box 22 : 25

Poinar, Dr. George I., 1965-1969

Box 22 : 26

P-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 22 : 27

Reines, Fred, 1969

Box 22 : 28

Remaudiere, G., 1965-1968

Box 22 : 29

Roberts, Don W., 1963-1969

Box 22 : 30

Russell, Max M., 1964

Box 22 : 31

Russell, Roger W., 1967-1969

Box 22 : 32

R-miscellaneous, 1963-1969

Box 22 : 33

Sandner, Henryk, 1965

Box 22 : 34

Schultz, Arnold M., 1963

Box 22 : 35

Schwabe, C.W., 1968-1969

Box 22 : 36

Shapiro, Martin, 1964-1966

Box 22 : 37

Singh, Dr. S.B., 1965-1966

Box 22 : 38

Sixl, Wofdieter, 1965

Box 22 : 39

Smirnoff, W.A.L., 1963-1969

Box 22 : 40

Smith, Dr. Edward H., 1964-1967

Box 22 : 41

Smith, Ray F., 1963-1969

Box 22 : 42

Snyder, Dr. L.A., 1963-1965

Box 22 : 43

Sckoloff, A., 1966-1967

Box 22 : 44

Sparks, Dr. Abert K., 1966-1969

Box 22 : 45

Spieth, Herman T., 1964-1968

Box 22 : 46

Sprague, Dr. Victor, 1965-1969

Box 22 : 47

Spurgeon, William H., 1964-1965

Box 22 : 48

Stairs, Gordon R., 1965-1969

Box 22 : 49

Stanley, Emilo J., 1968

Box 22 : 50

Stephens, Grover C., 1963-1968

Box 22 : 51

Stevens, Lillian A., 1969

Box 22 : 52

Student correspondence, general, 1963-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Other student correspondence filed under correspondent.
Box 22 : 53

Surany, Paul, 1963-1966

Box 22 : 54-55

S-miscellaneous, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 22 : 56

Tamashiro, Minoru Dr., 1964-1966

Box 22 : 57

Tanabe, Dr. Alvin M., 1964-1967

Box 22 : 58-59

Tanada, Y., 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 22 : 60

Tauber, Mr. Maurice, 1963-1969

Box 22 : 61

Taylor, Ronald L., 1968-1969

Box 22 : 62

T-miscellaneous, 1963-1965

Box 22 : 63

Usinger, Dr. Robert, 1963-1969

Box 22 : 64

U-miscellaneous, 1964-1969

Box 22 : 65

Vago, D. (Sziliard), 1963-1969

Box 22 : 66

Van der Laan, Dr. P.A., 1965-1969

Box 22 : 67

V-miscellaneous, 1964-1968

Box 22 : 68

Weiser, Jaroslav, 1963-1969

Box 22 : 69

Wilson, James G., 1966-1968

Box 23 : 1

Wittig, Gertraude, 1963-1969

Box 23 : 2

Worth Publishers, 1966

Box 23 : 3

Wychkoff, Delaphine, 1964-1966

Box 23 : 4-5

W-miscellaneous, 1963-1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 23 : 6

Zeikus, Regina D., 1967-1968

Box 23 : 7

XYZ-miscellaneous, 1963-1969.

Access Information

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Box 20 : 11-12

Miscellaneous anecdotes, clippings, and greeting cards.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Includes materials on scientific and general topics, 1963-1969.
 

Series 3. Writings, 1938-1975.

Physical Description: 3 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of Steinhaus' published and unpublished works, and writings about Steinhaus. The bulk of this series comprises journal articles. Files also include drafts, proofs, and reviews for Steinhaus' three major publications, Insect Microbiology (New York: Comstock Pub. Co., 1946), Insect Pathology: an Advanced Treatise (New York: Academic Press, 1963), and Principles of Insect Pathology (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1949).
Most of his published articles are bound in a multi-volume collection, Publications, 1938-1971 in the form of preprints, offprints, and reprints. Published articles that appear in this collection are not listed by title in this series. Published articles that do not appear in the collection, in addition to all unpublished or apparently unpublished writings, are listed by title. These files contain preprints, offprints, and related materials. For an additional bibliography of Steinhaus' works, see Vision, Courage, Accomplishment (Irvine: Center for Pathobiology, 1970).
This series also contains a small group of correspondence with the University of California Press concerning royalty payments.

Arrangement

This series is organized first by form of material, followed by title of the book, article, or chapter. Book and journal titles are placed in italics. Published article and chapter titles are placed in quotes.
Box 23 : 11 - 24 : 34

Published and unpublished works by Steinhaus

Box 23 : 11

An abridged glossary of terms used in invertebrate pathology, reviews, 1967

Box 23 : 12

"Alfalfa caterpillar tests, biological control by artificial spread of virus diseases studied," California agriculture, 1949

Box 23 : 13

Biological control, book project, 1957-1959

Box 23 : 14

" Catalog of bacteria associated extracellularly with insects and ticks," review, 1942

Box 23 : 15

The conduct of a scientist, book project, ca. 1950-1955

Box 23 : 16

"Demonstration of the granulosis virus variegated cutworm," Journal of bacteriology, 1948-1949

Box 23 : 17

"Diagnosis of insect diseases; microbial infections in insects diagnosed as part of the research in developing new ways of controlling crop pests," California agriculture, 1950-1953

Box 23 : 18

Dirge for an insect, undated

Box 23 : 19-24

Disease in a minor chord.

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 23 : 19-24

Drafts, ca. 1969.

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 23 : 25

"Diseases of invertebrates other than insects," Bacteriological review, 1965

Box 23 : 26-28

History of insect pathology, 1967-1968 and undated.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 23 : 29

The housefly musca domestica, as vector of disease producing organisms, undated

Box 23 : 30

"Infectious diseases of insects," Burgey's manual, 1956

Box 23 : 31 - 24 : 14

Insect microbiology

Box 23 : 31

Correction notes, undated

Box 23 : 32-33

Indices, undated.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 23 : 34

Legends for illustrations, 1944 and undated

Box 23 : 35 - 24 : 1

General, undated.

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 24 : 2-5

Proofs, undated.

Physical Description: 4 folders.
Box 24 : 6

Reviews, 1946

Box 24 : 7

New edition corrections and additions, undated

Box 24 : 8-12

Insect pathology: an advanced treatise.

Note

See also Series 2. Topical files.
Box 24 : 8

General, 1960-1962

Box 24 : 9-10

Correspondence, 1960-1963.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 24 : 11

Preface and indices, 1962 and undated

Box 24 : 12

Reviews, 1962-1963

Box 24 : 13

Invertebrate pathology, textbook, 1964

Box 24 : 14

Journal of insect pathology, editorials, 1969

Box 24 : 15

The microbial control of insects, 1956-1957

Box 24 : 16

Microorganisms attacking or strongly attached to the cuticle, undated

Box 24 : 17

"Nomenclature and classification of insect viruses," Bacteriology review, 1940-1949

Box 24 : 18

"Pest control by bacteria; alfalfa caterpillar in field reduced to subeconomic levels within two days by bacillus applied as spray," California agriculture, 1951

Box 24 : 19

"Potentialities for microbial control of insects," Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 1956

Box 24 : 20-27

Principles of insect pathology

Box 24 : 30-34

Proofs and correction, 1949.

Physical Description: 5 folders.
Box 24 : 28

Corrections for second printing, 1950

Box 24 : 29

Reviews, 1949-1951 and undated

Box 25 : 1

Relationships between microorganisms and insects, undated

Box 25 : 2

Science articles, 1944-1957

Box 25 : 3

"Some relationships between bacteria and certain sewage inhabiting insects," Mosquito news, 1957

Box 25 : 4

"Veterinary medicine and human health," review, Journal of invertebrate pathology, 1969

Box 25 : 6

Tularemia, 1943

Box 25 : 7-8

Writings about Steinhaus, 1941-1970.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Includes UCB and UCI publications, clippings relating to NAS membership, and biographical materials.
Box 25 : 9-13

Miscellaneous

Box 25 : 9-10

Printing plates, undated.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 25 : 11-3

Royalty correspondence

Box 25 : 11

General, 1949-1967

Box 25 : 12-13

University of California Press, 1956-1960.

Physical Description: 2 folders.