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Title: Frederick Emmons Terman papers
Identifier/Call Number: SC0160
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 110.0 Linear feet
Date (inclusive): 1920-1978
creator: Terman, Frederick Emmons, 1900-1982
creator: Terman, Frederick Emmons,, 1900-1982.

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Bibliography

Alumni Almanac (Stanford), May 1970.
"Herbert Hoover medal to Frederick Terman." American Men and Women of Science. 14th edition. New York : R. R. Bowker, 1980.
Blakeslee, Sandra. "Stanford to honor Fred Terman at Engineering Center October 6," Campus Report (Stanford), 5 October 1977.
Blum, Walter, "The Grand Vizier of the age of electronics: Terman of Stanford," San Francisco Examiner, 24 March 1963.
Buzan, John, "Terman to retire from his position as V.P. and Provost," Stanford Daily, 25 May 1965.
Bylinsky, Gene. "California's great breeding ground for industry," Fortune, June 1974.
Bylinsky, Gene. The Innovation Millionaires: how they succeed. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1976.
"Hewletts, Packards main donors to Terman Engineering Center." Campus Report (Stanford), 18 April 1973.
Elder, Rob. "The man who discovered electronic gold at Stanford," San Jose Mercury-News, 2 October 1977.
Glover, Frederic O. "Dr. Terman's paper trail," Sandstone and Tile, Winter, 1979.
The International Who's Who. 43rd edition. London : Europa Publications, 1980.
Medeiros, Frank A. "The Sterling years at Stanford: a study in the dynamics of institutional change," Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University, 1979.
Moffat, Samuel. "Bridge to the future," The Stanford Magazine, Fall/Winter 1976.
Paine, Adelaide. "Dr. Frederick Emmons Terman: Vice President, Provost, Stanford University," The Microwave Journal, March 1961.
Rivers, William L. "Terman of Stanford," Stanford Today, Autumn 1965.
Rummell, Frances V.and Paine, Adelaide."He searches for 'steeples of talent," Reader's Digest, December 1962.
"Stanford Engineering School helps draw industry to the area." Palo Alto Times. 29 February 1956.
Rummell, Frances V.and Paine, Adelaide."Stanford's talent scout extraordinary."
Salzman, Ed. "One man sparks Peninsula electronics boom," Oakland Tribune, May 1961.
Seagoe, May V. Terman and the gifted. Los Altos, Calif. : William Kaufmann, 1975.
"Frederick Emmons Terman." Stanford Engineering News, July 1965.
Terman, Sibyl W. "Personality of the month: F. E. Terman," The Link (Stanford Electronics Laboratories), December 1955.
Wascher, Jim. "New engineering center planned," Stanford Daily, 18 April 1973.
Who's Who in America. 41st edition. Chicago : Marquis Publishers, 1980.

Biographical Chronology

Chronology

1900 Born in English, Indiana on June 7, son of Lewis Madison and Anna Belle Minton Terman.
1905 Moves with family from Indiana to California.
1910 Settles permanently at Stanford when Lewis Terman joins Stanford Education Department faculty.
1914 Begins experimenting with radio as a "ham" operator.
1920 A.B. in Chemistry from Stanford University.
1922 Engineer's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford.
1924 Sc.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. Offered teaching position at M.I.T., but because of first onset of tuberculosis, declines appointment.
1925 Begins half-time teaching in Stanford E. E. Department.
1926 Begins full-time teaching at Stanford.
1927 Appointed Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. Co-authors Transmission Line Theory with W. S. Franklin.
1928 Marries Sibyl Walcutt, graduate student in psychology, on March 22.
1929 Birth of Frederick Walcutt Terman, March 10.
1930 Appointed Associate Progessor of Electrical Engineering.
1931 Birth of Terrence Christopher Terman, September 3.
1932 Publishes book, Radio Engineering.
1935 Publishes Measurement in Radio Engineering.
1935 Birth of Lewis Madison Terman, August 26.
1937 Becomes full professor and Executive Head of Electrical Engineering Department.
1938 Publishes-Fundamentals of Radio.
1940 Publishes Radio and Vacuum Tube Theory.
1941 Elected President of the Institute of Radio Engineers.
1942 -45 Director of the Harvard Radio Research Laboratory, engaged in military research on radar countermeasures.
1943 Publishes Radio Engineers's Handbook.
1944 Appointed Dean of Stanford's School of Engineering, succeeding Samuel B. Morris.
1945 Awarded honorary Sc-D. from Harvard University.
1946 Decorated by the British government for wartime research. Elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
1948 Receives Presidential Medal of Merit.
1950 Awarded Medal of Honor by the Institute of Radio Engineers.
1952 Co-authors Electronic Measurements with Joseph M. Pettit.
1953 Elected chairman of the Engineering Section of the National Academy of Sciences.
1955-65 Provost of Stanford University.
1959-65 Vice-President of Stanford.
1964 Acting President of Stanford University, February to August.
1965 Becomes Emeritus, August 31.
1965 Engineering Building 500 named the Frederick Emmons Terman Laboratory.
1965 Receives "Distinguished Citizen's Award" from the city of Palo Alto.
1965 Tours U.S.S.R. as a member of three-man delegation sponsored by U.S. Office of Education to study scientific and engineering education in Russia.
1970 Receives Stanford Alumni Association's Herbert Hoover Medal for Distinguished Service.
1973 Elected President of the Society of the Sigma Xi.
1975 Death of Sibyl Terman on July 23. 1975 Awarded Korea's Order of Civil Merit Medal by President Chung-hee Park.
1976 Receives National Medal of Science from President Gerald Ford.
1977 Donates his campus home to the University to establish educational research fund in honor of his late wife, Sibyl Walcutt Terman.
1977 Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Center dedicated October 6.
1978 Receives Stanford Associates Uncommon Man Award.
1982 Died at his home on the Stanford Campus, December 19, 1982.

Professional and Fraternal Affiliations

FREDERICK E. TERMAN PROFESSIONAL AND FRATERNAL AFFILIATIONS

  1. American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  2. American Institute of Electrical Engineering (now IEEE). Fellow.
  3. American Philosophical Society.
  4. American Society for Engineering Education.
    • Vice-President and Chairman of Administrative Council, 1949-51.
    • Lamme Medal, 1964.
    • Honorary Member, 1966.
    • "Hall of Fame," 1968.
  5. Ampex Corporation. Board of Directors, 1953-64.
  6. Army Advisory Committee on Contractual and Administrative Procedures for Research and Development, 1948.
  7. Army Electronics Proving Ground. Advisory Council, 1954-57.
  8. Audio Engineering Society. Honorary member, 1955.
  9. California Academy of Sciences. Fellow.
  10. California Co-ordinating Council for Higher Education. Consultant, 1967-68.
  11. Colorado Commission on Higher Education. Consultant, 1966-67; 1970.
  12. Committee on Higher Education in the State of New York. Consultant, 1960.
  13. Defense Science Board, 1957-58.
  14. Department of Commerce
    • Industrial Research and Development Division. Consultant, 1946-47.
    • Patent Panel, 1963.
  15. Department of Defense.
    • Special Technical Advisory Group, 1950-53.
    • T.A.P.E.C. Committee, 1953-56.
  16. Dreyfus Foundation. Chairman, Special Advisory Committee to Trustees, 1969-
  17. Eta Kappa Nu.
  18. Granger Associates. Board of Directors, 1963-
  19. Harvard University. Visiting Committee, 1970-
  20. Harvard Radio Research Laboratory. Director, 1942-45.
  21. Hewlett-Packard Company.
    • Board of Directors, 1957-73.
    • Director Emeritus, 1973-
  22. Industry Committee for a Graduate Center for Science and Technology in New Jersey. Consultant, 1955-66
  23. Institute for Defense Analysis. Trustee, 1965-73.
  24. Institute for Science and Technology (New Jersey). Executive Committee, 1966-68.
  25. Institute of Radio Engineers (now IEEE)
    • Director, 1940-43.
    • Vice-President, 1940.
    • President, 1941.
    • Medal of Honor, 1950.
    • Founder's Award, 1962.
  26. Korean Institute for Advanced Science. Trustee, 1973.
  27. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Visiting Committee, 1970-
  28. National Academy of Engineering. Founding member.
  29. National Academy of Sciences.
    • Ad Hoc Committee on Tests of Battery Additives, 1953-54.
    • Chairman, Engineering Section, 1953-56.
    • Council, 1956-59.
  30. National Bureau of Standards. Visiting Committee, 1970-
  31. National Defense Research Committee
    • Divisions 14 and 15, member, 1942-45.
    • Vacuum Tube Development Committee, 1943-45.
  32. National Research Council. Engineering Division, 1943-46.
  33. National Science Foundation. Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
    • Member, 1955-59.
    • Chairman, 1958-59.
  34. Naval Research Advisory Committee.
    • Member, 1956-64.
    • Chairman, 1957-58
  35. New York State Education Department. Consultant, 1968-69.
  36. Phi Beta Kappa.
  37. Phi Lambda Upsilon.
  38. President's Science Advisory Committee. Consultant, 1959-63; 1970-73.
  39. RCA Fellowship Board. Chairman, 1947-50.
  40. Sigma Tau.
  41. Sigma Xi
    • Education Board, 1956-58; 1967-70.
    • President, 1975.
  42. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Committee, 1954-62.
  43. Sloan Foundation Science Book Program.
  44. Southern Methodist University Foundation for Science and Engineering.
    • President and Trustee, 1965-74.
    • Trutsee, 1974-
  45. Stanford Bank. Board of Directors, 1964-71.
  46. Stanford Research Institute. Board of Directors, 1955-65.
  47. State Department. Board of Foreign Scholarships, 1960-65.
  48. State University of Florida. Consultant, 1970-71.
  49. Tau Beta Pi.
  50. Texas Christian University Research Foundation. Advisory Committee, 1972-
  51. Theta Xi.
  52. US/AID Team to Korea. Party Leader, 1970.
  53. U.S. Office of Education. Mission to U.S.S.R., 1965.
  54. Utah System of Higher Education. Consultant, 1972-73.
  55. Varian Associates. Board of Directors, 1948-53.
  56. Watkins-Johnson Company. Board of Directors, 1957-

Biography

Frederick Emmons Terman, the first child of Lewis Madison and Anna Terman, was born in English, Indiana on June 7, 1900. Due to Lewis Terman's chronic tuberculosis, the family sought a more salubrious climate, moving to the Los Angeles area in 1905. With the elder Terman's appointment to the Stanford University Education Department in 1910, the family settled permanently in the Stanford area.
Lewis Terman, an eminent psychologist and educator, is perhaps best known for his development of the Stanford-Binet intelligence tests. His work on IQ testing was however, only one aspect of a life-long professional interest in individual giftedness and leadership. Frederick was undoubtedly influenced by some of his father's concepts, and later integrated them into his own system of identifying faculty and students of unusual promise, and encouraging the fullest realization of their potentials. Growing up in an academic environment also instilled an early and thorough understanding of university operation, later to serve well in Dr. Terman's administrative career.
Childhood at Stanford University had its less serious aspects as well. Dr. Terman recalls hiking in the Stanford foothills, fishing in Felt Lake, and swimming in Lake Lagunita. At the age of fourteen, Frederick and his neighbor, Herbert Hoover, Jr., began experimenting with "ham" radio, resulting in Dr. Terman's life-long involvement with radio.
Nine years old before he began primary school, Dr. Terman progressed rapidly and graduated from Stanford University in 1920 with a degree in Chemistry. After obtaining an additional degree in Electrical Engineering at Stanford under Professor Harris J. Ryan, Terman went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for graduate study under Professor Vannevar Bush. Bush emphasized the practical, industrial applications of engineering in addition to theoretical research.
Upon the completion of his doctorate in electrical engineering in 1924, Dr. Terman accepted a teaching appointment at M.I.T. Health was to play a decisive role in Frederick Terman's career as it had for his father. While visiting his family at Stanford in the summer of 1924, he had a serious attack of tuberculosis, keeping him bed-ridden for a year.
For his recovery, the California climate was preferable to Massachusetts, and the following year Dr. Terman accepted a part-time instructorship in electrical engineering at Stanford University. He continued his convalescence throughout the academic year of 1925-26, getting up only a few hours each day to teach. Despite serious illness, these years were very productive. With the intense concentration characterizing all his endeavors, Terman used the time to read extensively the existing radio engineering literature and to begin drafting his own first book.
In the academic year 1926-27, Terman began full-time teaching at Stanford, specializing in electronics. Although the electronics laboratory suffered from a severe shortage of funds, in the years between 1926 and 1941, Dr. Terman was able to build up a program distinctive in its output of ideas, people and publications.
Meanwhile, Dr. Terman's own career was flourishing. In 1937, he became a full professor and executive head of the Department of Electrical Engineering. Five of his seven books were published and were well received. More than 600,000 copies would be published in nine languages. According to Dr. Terman, his books "reflect his interest in the systematic organization of knowledge, and his desire to find simple quantitative ways to treat each topic."
He was also active in numerous professional societies, particularly the Institute of Radio Engineers. In 1941 he was elected President of the I.R.E., a notable honor signifying the growing national visibility of Dr. Terman and the Stanford electronics program.
Pre-WW II years were significant in his personal life as well. In 1928, he married Sibyl Walcutt, a graduate student in psychology. Their three sons, Frederick, Terrence and Lewis, were born between 1929 and 1935.
The outbreak of World War II was a turning point for Dr. Terman. He was appointed to organize and direct the Harvard Radio Research Laboratory, which was responsible for developing countermeasures against enemy radar. This research project eventually had more than 850 employees. It devised electronic radar jammers; designed tunable receivers for locating and analyzing radar signals; and manufactured billions of aluminum strips (called "chaff") which confused enemy radar reception when dropped from airplanes. The Radio Research Laboratory (operating over Europe) was credited with saving many of the allied bombers, and Dr. Terman was decorated by both the American and British governments for his wartime efforts.
At the same time that he was directing the Harvard Laboratory, Dr. Terman was educating himself in the strategies of successful university administration. He benefited by living near the treasurer of Harvard University, from whom he learned how Harvard's administrative structure and policies contributed to its pre-eminence among universities. Other issues discussed were the future of government support for university research after the war, and how such funding could best be utilized. Terman felt World War II had clearly demonstrated the importance of technological superiority in military success, and as a result, the federal government would place a new priority upon sponsoring advanced engineering research.
Terman returned to Stanford in 1946 as Dean of Engineering. In his new position of responsibility, he was able to carry out the concepts he had developed for strengthening the engineering program at Stanford. There were three basic components in his plan: the use of government research contracts; enhancement of the symbiotic relationship between local industry and the university; and distribution of funds for maximum academic benefit.
The contacts Dr. Terman had made as director of the Harvard Radio Research Laboratory were useful in obtaining the federal government contracts for Stanford. The newly established Office of Naval Research sought Dr. Terman's assistance, and with the approval of Stanford president, Donald B. Tresidder, research projects were initiated in chemistry, physics, and electronics in 1945 and 1947. Terman developed administrative guidelines to assure that sponsored research would benefit, rather than compete with, the educational mission of the University. Among the important aspects of these guidelines were that all research projects should be built around the specific interests of individual faculty members, rather than being obtained by administrators and assigned to the faculty, and that research should actually be carried out by students and faculty as an integral part of their academic programs rather than being undertaken by professional research staff as an adjunct to educational goals. The conditions established with these original sponsored projects have continued as the basis for the successful applied research programs at Stanford.
Dr. Terman had long been opposed to the "ivory tower" image of universities. He recognized the practical and mutual benefits that could accrue from interaction between industry and academia, and encouraged a closer relationship between them.
Palo Alto is often called the "birthplace of electronics" in honor of Lee DeForest's pioneering research with the audion tube in 1912, but when Dr. Terman began his teaching career in the 1920's, there were very few innovative engineering companies in the Bay Area. Terman was disturbed to find most of his best students moving to the east coast to find jobs. In the 1930's Professor Terman attempted to ameliorate the situation by helping talented students establish their own small companies. His greatest success was the Hewlett-Packard company; Terman arranged for a 8500 research assistantship to bring his former student, David Packard, back from a job at General Electric in New York to collaborate with William Hewlett, another of his inventive students. Terman was the "godfather" of this and several other student-initiated ventures that formed the nucleus of the San Francisco Bay Area's industrial development, today's "Silicon Valley."
As Dean of Engineering, Dr. Terman could effectively foster cooperation between Stanford's engineering program and local research-oriented companies. He encouraged faculty consulting, developed industrial affiliates programs through which companies could keep informed of the latest scientific developments in their fields, and initiated the Honors Cooperative Program, allowing employees of local firms to study part-time toward advanced degrees at Stanford. These arrangements proved to be mutually beneficial. Innovative industries benefited from the intellectual stimulus of a strong university, whose graduates also provided an exceptionally qualified work force. Programs like the Honors Cooperative became added recruitment incentives. In return, the Stanford Engineering School received financial support through the affiliates and cooperative programs. Potential students were attracted by the favorable employment environment as well as academic excellence. The opening of the Stanford Industrial Park in the 1950's strengthened the university-industry liaison, and the Stanford pattern has since been emulated throughout the United States.
More important to the Engineering School's development than sponsored research or industrial cooperation was Dr. Terman's program for obtaining maximum benefit from available resources. As Dean, Terman directed the fiscal policies of the School. He was firmly committed to the concept of investing in faculty, not in buildings. As an expression of this, he felt money should be directed towards hiring the finest research-oriented engineers possible. He considered it wasteful to construct new buildings, filled with expensive equipment, without top-quality scientists to use them. He also felt it was better economy to pay the high salaries necessary to attract a few leading engineers, than to use the same amount of money to hire a greater number of mediocre professors at lower salaries. He has compared his strategy to a track team, saying, "It's better to have one seven-foot jumper on your team than any number of six-foot jumpers.
He called this principle the "steeples of excellence." These steeples consist of very small groups of experts in significant fields, who by leadership in their professions, can attract grant money, as well as the finest students and junior faculty members. Terman's formula for the judicious combining of federal money with industrial support propelled the Stanford Engineering School from a merely regional institution into national prominence.
With his appointment as Provost of Stanford University in 1955, Dr. Terman assumed broader administrative responsibilities. Although President J. E. Wallace Sterling, historian, and Frederick Terman, engineer, had different academic backgrounds, they shared similar administrative and educational philosophies. Like Terman, Sterling believed institutional superiority was based upon the outstanding achievement of individual faculty members. Highest priority was placed upon hiring and retaining the finest scholar-teachers, and faculty search, selection, and tenure polices were made more rigorous and competitive at all levels. As can be seen in Series III of this collection, Dr. Terman and his Provost's Office staff kept meticulously detailed data on the operations of every department throughout the University, including average class sizes, number of student contacts for each faculty member, Ph.D. output per professor, faculty salaries and anticipated retirement dates. Dr. Terman often had a fuller knowledge of the workings of a department than did its chairman. These statistics were invaluable for strengthening and streamlining the academic programs in all areas of Stanford. During the Sterling-Terman administration, the University experienced unprecedented growth in national academic prominence and prestige.
Although Dr. Terman retired as Provost in 1965, he has continued to serve as a part-time consultant to the President, and has designed and carried out several studies on school and department budgets, faculty planning, benefits and retirement. Dr. Terman has continued to be active in many professional societies, holding elective offices or committee appointments in the Institute of Radio Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the National Academy of Engineering, and Sigma Xi.
In keeping with his belief that the United States must maintain technological superiority in a highly competitive world, he has served as a consultant or advisor for the Institute of Defense Analysis, the Defense Science Board, the President's Scientific Advisory Committee, and the Navy, Air Force, and Signal Corps.
Since his retirement in 1965, he has devoted particular attention to the development of higher education in science and engineering, both in the United States and abroad. Among these project have been the Southern Methodist Foundation for Science and Engineering, the Korean Institute for Advanced Science, and a U.S. Office of Education mission to the U.S.S.R.
Dr. Terman once said, "I most enjoy helping to build something up, taking an unformulated enterprise and making it into what it could become." Today Stanford University, and the surrounding communities of technical scholars, bear witness to the continuing influence of that idea.

Major Correspondents

TERMAN: MAJOR CORRESPONDENTS

  1. The following list includes only major correspondents in the Terman collection. For a complete index to the Terman collection of personal and corporate names, see the card index of the Terman collection in the Stanford University Archives.
  2. Abramowitz, Moses
  3. Abramson, Norman
  4. Adams, Dwight B
  5. Albert, Arthur L
  6. Alford, Andres
  7. Alger, Philip
  8. Allen, Peter C
  9. Allyn, Nathaniel C
  10. Almond, Gabriel
  11. Alway, Robert H
  12. American Association for the Advancement of Science
  13. American Council on Education
  14. American Institute of Electrical
  15. Engineers
  16. American Telephone and Telegraph
  17. Angell, James B
  18. Anliker, Max
  19. Arbuckel, Ernest C
  20. Arizona, University of
  21. Armstrong, Edwin H
  22. Arrow, Kenneth
  23. Ayer, William E
  24. Axt, Richard
  25. Bacchetti, Raymond C
  26. Bacon, David C
  27. Bailey, George
  28. Bailey, Stuart L
  29. Bailey, Thomas A
  30. Baker, W R G
  31. Barus, David N
  32. Beadle, George
  33. Bechtel, Stephen D
  34. Bell Telephone Laboratories
  35. Benjamin, Curtis G
  36. Bennett, Merrill K
  37. Bennett, Rawson
  38. Berkner, Lloyd
  39. Beverage, H H
  40. Black, John D
  41. Black, Leonard J
  42. Bloch, Felix
  43. Boelter, L M K
  44. Boring, M M
  45. Bowker, Albert H
  46. Bowles, Edward
  47. Bown, Ralph
  48. Brandin, Alf E
  49. Brandt, Karl
  50. Brittain, James E
  51. Bronk, Detlev
  52. Bronwell, Arthur B
  53. Brooks, E. Howard
  54. Burden, William A
  55. Bush, Robert N
  56. Bush, Royal Robert
  57. Bush, Vannevar
  58. Buttner, Harold H
  59. Byrne, John F
  60. California Institute of Technology
  61. California, University of (all campuses)
  62. Campbell, W Glenn
  63. Carlson, Donald T
  64. Carnegie Corporation of New York
  65. Carter, E Finley
  66. Cassidy, Harold G
  67. Celanese Corporation
  68. Chaffee, E L
  69. Chambers, Dudley
  70. Chernoff, Herman
  71. Chestnut, Harold
  72. Chicago, University of
  73. Chodorow, Marvin
  74. Christeller, Norman L
  75. Clayton, John M
  76. Clement, Lewis
  77. Coates, Leonidas D
  78. Coggeshall, I S
  79. Columbia Broadcasting System
  80. Columbia University
  81. Compton, Karl T
  82. Conant, James B
  83. Cook, Lyle E
  84. Copp, William C
  85. Cornell University
  86. Cowlich, W B
  87. Crawford, Frederick
  88. Crawford, John D
  89. Creighton, Kenneth
  90. Crone, W Reed
  91. Cross, James E
  92. Croxton, Frank C
  93. Cullum, A Earl
  94. Cuthbertson, Kenneth
  95. Daniell, C M
  96. Davis, Joseph S
  97. Davis, Paul H
  98. Davis, William 0
  99. Dawson, Francis M
  100. Dazey, Kendal I
  101. Dees, Bowen C
  102. de Forest, Lee
  103. Dellinger, H
  104. Djerassi, Carl
  105. Dodds, John W
  106. Donner, Stanley T
  107. Dornbusch, Sanford M
  108. Dow, William G
  109. Doyle, Morris
  110. Dubridge, Lee A
  111. Dunn, Donald A
  112. Durand, William F
  113. Eastham, Melville
  114. Eastman, Austin V
  115. Ekstrand, Philip
  116. Eldred, W Noel
  117. Eliassen, Rolf
  118. Elliot, Harold
  119. Elwell, Cyril F
  120. Encyclopedia Britannica
  121. Engstrom, E W
  122. Erwin, E S
  123. Eurich, Alvin C
  124. Everest, F Alton
  125. Everitt, William L
  126. Farnsworth, Paul
  127. Farnsworth, Philip
  128. Farnsworth Television and Radio Company
  129. Faulkner, Ray
  130. Faville, David E
  131. Federal Telegraph Company
  132. Field, Lester M
  133. Fink, Donald G
  134. Flax, Alexander H
  135. Florida, University of
  136. Flory, Paul
  137. Flynn, James
  138. Folkers, Karl
  139. Ford, Thomas W
  140. Ford Foundation
  141. Ford Motor Company
  142. Forslund, Dolores
  143. Forsythe, George
  144. Foster, John S, Jr.
  145. Franklin, Gene
  146. Franklin, Ruth
  147. Freund, C J
  148. Fubini, Eugene
  149. Fuller, Leonard F
  150. Gannett, E K
  151. General Electric Company
  152. General Radio Company
  153. Gentry, Kenneth M
  154. Georgia Institute of Technology
  155. Gere, James M
  156. Gibbons, James F
  157. Gibson, Weldon B
  158. Gilfillan Brothers
  159. Ginzton, Edward
  160. Glover, Frederic 0
  161. Goheen, John D
  162. Golmark, Peter
  163. Goldsmith, Alfred N
  164. Goldstein, Avram
  165. Gould, D H
  166. Grad, Arthur
  167. Graham, Virgil M
  168. Granger, John V N
  169. Gregory, George T
  170. Greulich, William
  171. Grieder, Elmer
  172. Grinter, Linton E
  173. Grobstein, Clifford
  174. Guy, Raymond F
  175. Haley, Bernard
  176. Hall, Harvey
  177. Haller, George L
  178. Hann, Paul
  179. Hansen, William Webster
  180. Harman, Willis
  181. Harris, Donald B
  182. Hartig, Henry E
  183. Harvard University
  184. Haskins, Carly P
  185. Hastorf, Albert
  186. Hawkinson, John
  187. Hazeltine, Alan
  188. Hazeltine Service Corporation
  189. Heebink, David
  190. Heffner, Hubert
  191. Heintz and Kaufman
  192. Heising, Raymond A
  193. Helliwell, Robert A
  194. Helm, 0 W
  195. Henline, H H
  196. Hewlett, William R
  197. Hewlett-Packard Company
  198. Hildebrand, Roger
  199. Hilgard, Ernest R
  200. Hilton, Ronald
  201. Hoff, Nicholas
  202. Hofstadter, Robert
  203. Holloman, J Herbert
  204. Holme, Thomas T
  205. Hooper, WilliamL
  206. Hoover, Herbert
  207. Hoover, Herbert Jr.
  208. Horle, Lawrence F F
  209. Huggins, Robert
  210. Hughes Aircraft Co.
  211. Hulstede, G E
  212. Hunter, Could H
  213. Hurd, Paul
  214. Hutchinson, Eric
  215. Hygrade Sylvania Co.
  216. Illinois Institute of Technology
  217. Illinois, University of
  218. Institute for Defense Analysis
  219. Institute of Electrical and
  220. Electronics Engineers
  221. Institute of Radio Engineers
  222. International Business Machines
  223. International Standard Electrical
  224. International Telephone and Telegraph
  225. Ireson, W Grant
  226. Israel, Dorman D
  227. Jackson, J Hugh
  228. Jaconbson, David
  229. Jensen, Peter L
  230. Johns Hopkins University
  231. Johnson, William S
  232. Jones, Thomas
  233. Jones, William
  234. Kaar, I J
  235. Kaisel, Stanley F
  236. Kaplan, Henry
  237. Kays, William
  238. Kelly, Mervin J
  239. Kemnitzer, William
  240. Kennedy, Donald
  241. Kenworthy, Dudley
  242. Kern County Land Company
  243. Kerr, Clark
  244. Killian, James R
  245. Killian, Thomas J, Jr.
  246. Kindy, Ward B
  247. King, James R
  248. Kixmiller, Richard W
  249. Klipsch, Paul
  250. Knowles, Hugh S
  251. Kornberg, Arthur
  252. Kranzberg, Melvin
  253. Krauskopf, Konrad
  254. Kushner, LawrenceM
  255. Lampe, J H
  256. Langle, Robert
  257. Lapp, John
  258. Larson, Robert W
  259. Laun, Harold
  260. Lebacqz, Jean
  261. Lederberg, Joshua
  262. Lieberman, Gerald
  263. Lippincott, Donald K
  264. Linsley, Ray K
  265. Linvill, John G
  266. Linvill, William
  267. Llewellyn, Fred B
  268. Lockheed Aircraft
  269. Long, Moses C
  270. Loughren, Arthur V
  271. Lyman, Richard
  272. Lynd, John
  273. Lyon, Richard F
  274. McCord, William
  275. McCormack, James, Jr.
  276. McDaniel, Joseph
  277. McDonough, John
  278. McFadden, Duncan I
  279. McGhie, L Farrell
  280. McGraw-Hill Book Company
  281. Mackay Radio and Telegraph
  282. McKenzie, Lawson M
  283. MacKeown, Samuel S
  284. Manning, Bayless
  285. Mason, David
  286. Massachusetts Institute for Technology
  287. Menneken, Carl E
  288. Meyer, Myrl
  289. Meyrhof, Walter E
  290. Michigan, University of
  291. Miller, William
  292. Millman, Sidney
  293. Minnesota, University of
  294. Mohr, Lawrence
  295. Morris, Albert J
  296. Morris, Samuel B
  297. Moses, Lincoln
  298. Mothershead, John
  299. Motorola Incorporated
  300. Moulton, Robert
  301. National Academy of Science
  302. National Broadcasting Company
  303. National Science Foundation
  304. Nelson, Lyle
  305. Neville, Harvey A
  306. New York University
  307. Noller, Carl
  308. Norberg, Arthur
  309. Northrop Aircraft
  310. Northwestern University
  311. Norton, Garrison
  312. Oakford, Robert
  313. O'Brien, Richard
  314. Oglesby, Clarkson
  315. Ohio State University
  316. Oliphant, Charles
  317. Olson, Jane V
  318. O'Neil, Marshall
  319. Oregon State College
  320. Otis, Brooks
  321. Owen, Lillian C
  322. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph
  323. Packard, David
  324. Page, Benjamin
  325. Pake, George
  326. Panofsky, Wolfgang K H
  327. Park, Charles
  328. Parks, George
  329. Pearson, Daryl
  330. Pearson, Gerald
  331. Pederson, Carlton
  332. Pennsylvania State College
  333. Pennsylvania, University of
  334. Perkins, David
  335. Peterson, Allen
  336. Pettit, Joseph M
  337. Phinney, Edward D
  338. Pike, Thomas
  339. Pindar, Frederick V L
  340. Pior, Emmanuel
  341. Pitzer, Kenneth
  342. Polkinghorn, Frank A
  343. Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
  344. Pond, Samuel
  345. Poniatoff, Alexander M
  346. Post, Serafim Fred
  347. Pratt, Haraden
  348. Princeton University
  349. Quillen, I J
  350. Radio Corporation of America
  351. Raffel, Sidney
  352. Rambo, William R
  353. RAND Corporation
  354. Ray, Dixy Lee
  355. Raytheon Company
  356. Rees, Mina D
  357. Reich, Herbert J
  358. Rhinelander, Philip
  359. Rich, Charles S
  360. Ritchie, Jesse M
  361. Rochester University
  362. Rockefeller Foundation
  363. Rogers, Rutherford
  364. Rosenzwieg, Robert
  365. Rothwell, C Easton
  366. Royden, Halsey
  367. Ryan, Harris J
  368. Ryan, Lawrence V
  369. Ryder, John D
  370. Saville, Thorndike
  371. Schiff, Leonard
  372. Schoenfeld, Earl
  373. Schramm, Wilbur
  374. Scientific Research Society of America
  375. Scoles, Edward A
  376. Scroggs, Joseph C
  377. Seaborg, Glenn
  378. Sears, Robert
  379. Seeger, Raymond J
  380. Seitz, Frederick
  381. Sensabaugh, George
  382. Shackelford, Benjamin E
  383. Shepard, Jack
  384. Shockley, William
  385. Shute, Ellison
  386. Siegman, Anthony E
  387. Sigma Xi Society
  388. Sinclair, Donald B
  389. Skilling, Hugh H
  390. Smith, Ralph
  391. Snyder, Rixford
  392. Solomon, Herbert
  393. Sommers, Armiger H
  394. Southern California, University of
  395. Southern Methodist University
  396. Southern Pacific Railroad
  397. Spaeth, Carl
  398. Spaght, Monroe
  399. Spangenberg, Karl
  400. Spencer, Eldridge T
  401. SDerry Gyroscope Company
  402. Stanford Research Institute
  403. Stauffer, John
  404. Stearns, H Myrl
  405. Steel, Geoffrey
  406. Steere, William
  407. Steiner, Kurt
  408. Sterling, J E Wallace
  409. Stewart, Arthur
  410. Stewart, Irvin
  411. Stow, Lyman
  412. Stratton, Julius A
  413. Strothman, F W
  414. Sturrock, Peter
  415. Susskind, Charles
  416. Suits, C Guy
  417. Supervised Investors Services
  418. Suppes, Patrick
  419. Swain, Robert E
  420. Swank, Raynard C
  421. Sylvania Electric Products
  422. Sylvester, Peter
  423. Syntex S. A.
  424. Tarr, Curtis
  425. Tarshis, Lorie
  426. Taylor, Maxwell D
  427. Television Shares Management Company
  428. Texas, University of
  429. Thompson, B J
  430. Thompson, James S
  431. Thurber, James
  432. Tresidder, Donald B
  433. Tucker, E A
  434. Turner, H M
  435. Twitty, Victor C
  436. U. S. Air Force U. S. Army
  437. U. S. Atomic Energy Commission
  438. U. S. Commerce, Department of
  439. U. S. Defense, Department of
  440. U. S .Health, Education and Welfare, Department of
  441. U. S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  442. U. S. Navy
  443. Van Dyke, Arthur
  444. Van Valkenberg, M E
  445. Varian Associates
  446. Vennard, John
  447. Villard, Oswald G, Jr.
  448. Vogel, Ralph H
  449. Wagener, Winfield G
  450. Wagner, Harvey
  451. Walker, Eric A
  452. Walker, Frank Fish
  453. Walker, Robert
  454. Washington University (St. Louis)
  455. Washington, University of
  456. Waterman, Alan
  457. Watkins, Dean A
  458. Watkins, James T, IV
  459. Webster, David Locke
  460. Weigle, Clifford
  461. Weiner, Norbert
  462. Weisner, Jerome B
  463. Wert, Robert
  464. Westinghouse Electrical Company
  465. Westman, Harold P
  466. Weyl, F Joachim
  467. Wheeler, Harold P
  468. Whitaker, Douglas
  469. Whitaker, Virgil
  470. White, William C
  471. Wiggins, Ira
  472. Wilbur, Ray Lyman
  473. Winbigler, H Donald
  474. Winters, Arthur Yvor
  475. Wired Radio Incorporated
  476. Wisconsin, University of
  477. Wise, Lauress
  478. Woodyard, John
  479. Wright, Gordon
  480. Yale University
  481. Young, Richard G
  482. Zahl, Harold A
  483. Zworykin, Vladimir K

Scope and Contents

The papers of Frederick Emmons Terman, dating from 1920 to 1978, document all phases of his long and influential career as an educator, electronics engineer, administrator, and author. The collection consists of nearly 200 boxes of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, speeches and miscellaneous materials accumulated by Dr. Terman and his staff throughout his professional life. Because of Dr. Terman's varied career, and the corresponding breadth of this collection, these papers will be a valuable resource for researchers in many disciplines, including the history of science, military history, educational administration and even urban development.
The bulk of this collection was donated by Dr. Terman in April, 1977. Since that time, he has continued to send smaller groups of materials as he no longer needed them. The actual processing of the collection began in December, 1977, and was completed in the summer of 1980. The project costs were generously underwritten by a grant from Dr. Terman.
The files had been divided between his campus office and his home study. When the papers arrived, they had, for the most part, already been segregated into discrete groups such as "Provost's Personal Files," and "Institute of Radio Engineer's Records." In arranging these papers, I have respected Dr. Terman's own organizational scheme as much as possible.
Because the collection is so large and varied, a series structure was devised to provide more convenient access for researchers. In some cases, such as the "Harvard Radio Research Laboratory Records," the current series is equivalent to Dr. Terman's own compilation of records on that subject. But in some other cases, such as the "Professional Organizations Series," several smaller groups of papers were brought together topically as subdivisions of a larger series. Thus, a researcher with a particular interest in the history of engineering societies, for example, needs only to consult Series IV of the collection.
Within each series, I have arranged the papers according to their original organization when possible. In some series, this work was limited to merely rearranging a few misfiled papers. In other groups , the plan of organization was not apparent, so the folders have been ordered in a manner consistent with the overall structure of the collection.
There are two modes of access to this collection: through the subject-oriented box and folder register; and through the index of correspondents, both of which are divided by series. The researcher is advised to consult the series descriptions to determine which are most relevant, and then check through the inventory and index of the appropriate series. This procedure will insure maximum coverage and accessibility of the collection. The index is available for use in the Stanford University Archives.

Preface

Frederick Terman ranks as one of the most successful of American administrators of science, engineering, and higher education in this century, a reputation that has eclipsed his deserved stature as a leading researcher and teacher in the field of radio engineering. Terman figured prominently in the development of electrical engineering as an academic discipline, the mobilization of American science and engineering in support of the war effort between 1942 and 1945, and the rapid growth after the war of an international center of industry based on advances in science and technology which we know today as the "Silicon Valley." It is fitting that the preservation of Terman's personal, scientific, and administrative papers should match his other accomplishments as a unique and virtually inexhaustible legacy, this time to historians.
The Terman papers will be approached from a variety of angles, a fact recognized and encouraged by the organization of this guide. Historians interested in the institutional basis of science and technology in wartime will be drawn to virtually complete records--including scarce or unpublished administrative histories and technical reports--stemming from Terman's role as director of the Harvard Radio Research Laboratory. Utilizing documents generated or collected by Terman during his tenure in a succession of offices at Stanford and within the national engineering community, the historian can trace the development of numerous organizations in science and engineering, including the Institute of Radio Engineers, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, the President's Scientific Advisory Committee, the Institute for Defense Analysis, the Stanford Electronics and Microwave Laboratories, and the School of Engineering at Stanford University. As a Stanford University administrator, most notably as Provost of the University from 1955 until 1965 and consultant to the President of the University until 1975, Terman formulated a philosophy of faculty selection and research funding based on the notion of "steeples of excellence." Example's of Terman's application of this philosophy abound in his administrative files, preserved in this collection, so that the historian will find here a laboratory in which to examine in unusual detail and intimacy how a broad range of academic disciplines were supported in a particular institutional setting.
Terman's papers are a rich resource regarding the ideas and instruments of science and engineering. His own research, inventions, teaching, and consulting activities are well documented. Yet, Terman's contemporaries and proteges best remember him as the man with his finger in every pie and on every pulse; attention to detail, his astonishing memory, and ready access to voluminous and well-managed files struck most Terman watchers as the keystones of his success as a judge of talent and recruiter. Terman's carefully organized observations and reports on the careers and work of others amount to a running reportage on the progress of research at Stanford and numerous other universities and industrial labs; the reports he prepared as scientific advisor to the Television Shares Management Company between 1948 and 1978 provide a particularly noteworthy example of Terman in his role as commentator on the technical achievements of his day.
As voluminous and complete as the Terman papers may be, additional sources are available to Terman biographers and historians wishing to investigate his life and times. Foremost among these is a series of interviews with Terman conducted by Arthur L. Norberg, Charles Susskind, and Roger Hahn, transcripts of which are housed at the Stanford University Archives and The Bancroft Library of the University of California, Berkeley. Collections of the personal, scientific, and administrative papers of scientists and engineers associated with Terman and with Stanford University, such as those of Felix Bloch, William W. Hansen, David Locke Webster, and Leonard Schiff further illuminate many of the events and projects with which Terman was involved and are housed in the Stanford University Archives, while the papers of Cyril F. Elwell, housed in the Department of Special Collections of the Stanford University Libraries, provide additional background material concerning the early development of the electronics industry in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Henry Lowood
Bibliographer for History of Science and Technology Collections, Stanford University Libraries

Acknowledgements

Sincere thanks are due to all whose efforts contributed to this project, especially to Dr. Frederick E. Terman, who made the generous gift of this collection, and financial support for its processing. In addition, this project would not have been possible without the work of former University Archivist Ralph Hansen, and the current Archivist Roxanne-Louise Nilan, who were responsible for arranging the transfer of these papers, and overseeing the complicated logistics accompanying a collection of this size.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

California Institute of Technology..
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964
Hoover, Herbert,, 1874-1964.
Radio Research Laboratory (U.S.).
Stanford University. Dept. of Electrical Engineering -- General subdivision--Faculty.;
Stanford University. Office of the Provost.
Stanford University. School of Engineering.
Stanford University. -- General subdivision--Administration.;
Sterling, J. E. Wallace, (John Ewart Wallace), 1906-1985
Terman, Frederick Emmons, 1900-1982
Terman, Frederick Emmons,, 1900-1982.
Wilbur, Ray L., (Ray Lyman), 1875-1949
Clippings.
Electronics.
Engineering--History.--United States
Engineering--Societies, etc.
Engineering--Study and teaching.
Microelectronics industry--California--Santa Clara County.
Microelectronics industry--History.--United States
Minutes.
Patents.
Reports.
Science--History.
Speeches.

 

Harvard Radio Research Laboratory Series I 1942-1946

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of correspondence, reports, committee minutes, newspaper and magazine articles related to Dr. Terman's tenure as director of the Harvard Radio Research Laboratory during World War II.
This laboratory, which at its peak had approximately 880 employees, was responsible for the two major aspects of radar countermeasures: first, designing devices to jam or otherwise confuse enemy radar; and second, to build receivers that would determine the location and operational characteristics of enemy radar installations. Among the laboratory's inventions were various transmitters, both air-borne and land-based that would emit electronic signals to jam radar, and "chaff," strawlike aluminum strips that when dropped in large quantities from airplanes would reflect radar beams to confuse the radar image. The Harvard Radio Research Lab was credited with having saved many of the American bombers that operated over Germany. Its equipment also played an important role in the Normandy invasion.
The laboratory was administered by the National Defense Research Committee, which in turn was a component of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, created by President Roosevelt's Executive Order of June 28, 1941. For further information on the administration and history of the H.R.R.L. and its overseas branch, the American British Laboratory, see Box 9 of this series.
Box 1: Stanford-Radio Research Lab (R-R-L). Correspondence, 1941-46. Alphabetically arranged subject files of correspondence between Dr. Terman at the Radio Research Lab, and Stanford University faculty, students, and administrators, chiefly on University business. Included is one folder concerned with Dr. Terman's appointment as Dean of Engineering, a position he assumed immediately upon returning to Stanford.
Boxes 2-4: R.R.l. General Files, 1941-46. Alphabetically arranged subject files of Dr. Terman's correspondence and memoranda relating to all aspects of the Laboratory's operations.
Boxes 5-8: Project Committee, 1941-45. Minutes and supporting documents of the Project Committee, which assigned and supervised the research project of various working groups within the R.R.L.
Box 8: Publicity, 1945-46 . News releases, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs and other publicity materials related to the R.R.L.'s wartime efforts.
Box 9: Administrative histories and operational reports. Published and unpublished histories of the R.R.L. and A.B.L., and operational reports on the use of radar countermeasures. Most of these were written soon after the war ended, in 1945 and 1946.
Boxes 10-16: R.R.L. Reports, 1941-46. Technical reports, including those issued by the Laboratory as a whole, and separate series issued by the various working groups within the Lab. These reports, primarily in published form, are filed according to the numbers assigned by the R.R.L.
Box 17: Chaff and rope samples. Examples of the various forms of aluminum "chaff" and "rope" developed at R.R.L. to confuse radar reception.
 

STANFORD - R.R.L. CORRESPONDENCE. 1942-1945

Box 1, Folder 1

C

Box 1, Folder 2

D

Box 1, Folder 3

Deanship (including Tresidder, Morris, Skilling, etc. -- see also alphabetical folders under individual names)

Box 1, Folder 4

E-F

Box 1, Folder 5

G

Box 1, Folder 6

H

Box 1, Folder 7

J-L

Box 1, Folder 8

M

Box 1, Folder 9

N (National Defense Research Committee)

Box 1, Folder 10

P-R

Box 1, Folder 11

S-Skilling

Box 1, Folder 12

SM-SZ

Box 1, Folder 13

T

Box 1, Folder 14

W-Z

 

R.R.L. GENERAL FILES

Box 2, Folder 1

American British Laboratory: Correspondence, 1943-1945

Box 2, Folder 2

Building - R.R.L. Floor Plans.

Box 2, Folder 3

Demobilization Program: O.S.R.D. and R.R.L., 1944-1945

Box 2, Folder 4

Division 15 Problems. 1943-1944

Box 2, Folder 5

Equipment: Development projects, nomenclature, installation and shipping. 1943 October-1945 July

Box 2, Folder 6

Equipment: Development projects, nomenclature, installation and shipping. 1945 August-1945 December

Box 2, Folder 7

Equipment, operational use of in the E.T.O. 1943-1945

Box 2, Folder 8

European Theater of Operations -- Reports from. 1943-1947

Box 2, Folder 9

Japan--Pacific Theater of Operations--Reports 1944-1946

Box 2, Folder 10

Organization Charts. 1942-1945

Box 2, Folder 11

Personnel--General folder. 1943-1945

Box 2, Folder 12

Personnel Directories. 1942-1946

Box 3, Folder 1

Personnel Distribution--Weekly lists. 1942-1944

Box 3, Folder 2

Personnel Distribution--Weekly lists. 1945-1946

Box 3, Folder 3

Personnel--Final report. 1945 December 15

Box 3, Folder 4

Personnel-Placement Office. 1945-1946

Box 3, Folder 5

Personnel--Terminations (Demobilization). 1945-1946

Box 3, Folder 6

Personnel--Terminations (Demobilization). 1945-1946

Box 3, Folder 7

Personnel--Terminations (Demobilization). 1945-1946

Box 3, Folder 8

Personnel--Terminations: Weekly Summaries. 1945-1946

Box 3, Folder 9

Post-War: N.D.R.C. Division 15. 1948-1957

Box 3, Folder 10

Post-War: O.S.R.D. 1946-1947

Box 3, Folder 11

Post-War: Oliphant, Charles. 1946

Box 3, Folder 12

Post-War: R.R.L. 1946-1947

Box 3, Folder 13

Post-War: R.R.L. 1953-1970

Box 3, Folder 14

Prize Story Contest. 1945

Box 4, Folder 1

Radiation Laboratory (M.I.T.): Personnel Directories and Placement Survey. 1944-1946

Box 4, Folder 2

Radio Research Lab: Basic Papers. 1942

Box 4, Folder 3

Radio Research Lab: Miscellaneous. 1942-1946

Box 4, Folder 4

Radio Research Lab: Publications. 1945

Box 4, Folder 5

Radio Research Lab: Publications. 1946 January-February

Box 4, Folder 6

Radio Research Lab: Publications. 1946 March-1948 May

Box 4, Folder 7

Radio Research Lab: Scope. 1942-1944

Box 4, Folder 8

Radio Research Lab Technical Program. 1944

Box 4, Folder 9

Terman, F.E.--England Trip (Personal). 1942

Box 4, Folder 10

Terman, F.E.--England Trip (Technical). 1942-1943

Box 4, Folder 11

Terman, F.E.--Letters of Commendation. 1942-1946

Box 4, Folder 12

Terman, F.E.--O.S.R.D. appointments (Divisions 14 and 15). 1942-46.

Box 4, Folder 13

Terman, F.E.--Personal interest items. 1942-49.

Box 4, Folder 14

Vacuum Tubes. 1944-45.

 

PROJECT COMMITTEE: PAPERS ASSOCIATED WITH MEETINGS

Box 5, Folder 1

#2 - 12 (May Oct. 1943)

Box 5, Folder 2

#13 - 20 (Oct. - Dec. 1943)

Box 5, Folder 3

#21 - 26 (Jan. - Feb. 1944)

Box 5, Folder 4

#27 - 32 (Feb. - March 1944)

Box 5, Folder 5

#33 - 42 (March - June 1944)

Box 5, Folder 6

#43 - 52 (June - August 1944)

Box 5, Folder 7

#53 - 64 (Sept. - Oct. 1944)

Box 5, Folder 8

#65 - 73 (Nov. - Dec. 1944)

Box 6, Folder 1

#74 - 79 (Jan. - Feb. 1945)

Box 6, Folder 2

#80 - 84 (Feb. - March 1945)

Box 6, Folder 3

#85 - 89 (March - April 1945)

Box 6, Folder 4

#90 - 92 (May 1945)

Box 6, Folder 5

#93 - 95 (May - June 1945)

Box 6, Folder 6

#96 - 98 (June - July 1945)

Box 6, Folder 7

#99 - 101 (July 1945)

Box 7, Folder 1

#102 - 105 (July - Aug. 1945)

Box 7, Folder 2

Minutes: Summary of business at meetings 1 61; Minutes #1 - 24 (May 1943 - Jan. 1944)

Box 7, Folder 3

Minutes: #25 - 50 (Jan. 1944 - July 1944)

Box 7, Folder 4

Minutes: #51 - 73 (Aug. 1944 - Jan. 1945)

Box 7, Folder 6

Minutes: #84 - 95 (March - June 1945)

Box 7, Folder 5

Minutes: #74 - 83 (Jan. - March 1945)

Box 7, Folder 7

Minutes: #95 - 105 (June - Aug. 1945)

Box 7, Folder 8

Executive Committee: Papers associated with meetings. #1 - 18, Oct. 1943 - July 1944.

Box 7, Folder 9

Executive Committee: Minutes #1-- 17, Oct. 1943 - Oct. 1944.

Box 7, Folder 10

Management Committee: Papers associated with meetings. Aug. - Nov. 1945.

Box 7, Folder 11

Management Committee: Minutes Aug. - Nov. 1945.

 

PUBLICITY

Box 8, Folder 1

Magazine and Radio Publicity.

Box 8, Folder 2

Newspaper Clippings: 1944-46.

Box 8, Folder 3

Press Parties; News Releases. 1945.

Box 8, Folder 4

Radar Magazine. 1944-45.

Box 8, Folder 5

Photographs: American-British Laboratory.

Box 8, Folder 6

Photographs: Navy Installations of R.C.M. Equipment.

Box 8, Folder 7

Photographs: Press Photos.

Box 8, Folder 8

Photographs: War in the Ether: Operational Radar Countermeasures in WW II (Photos from report of that name. Numbers on back of photos indicate section of report they were to be inserted into.)

Box 8, Folder 9

Photographs: "window."

 

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORIES AND OPERATIONAL REPORTS

Box 9, Folder 1

Administrative History of the Radio Research Laboratory by F. E. Terman, Director. March 21, 1946. Bound. 64 numbered pages, 80 pages of figures, 11 pages of Appendix A. (Note: Although report's author is officially listed as F. E. Terman, Dr. Terman says that report was actually written by Oswald G. Villard, Jr.)

Box 9, Folder 2

Administrative Report of the American-British Laboratory of Division 15 of the NDRC. October 1, 1945. Bound, 84 pages. Illustrated with photographs and charts.

Box 9, Folder 3

Electronics Warfare: A report on Radar Countermeasures. Released by the Joint Board on Scientific Information Policy for: OSRD, War Department, Navy Department. 1945. Pamphlet, 38 pp.

Box 9, Folder 4

"Flack Radar Countermeasures in the European Theater of Operations: A Review and Evaluation of their Use by the 8th Air Force." [n.d.] Mimeographed, 30 pp.

Box 9, Folder 5

"Intelligence Information on R.C.M. effectiveness in the E.T.O." Prepared by R.S. O'Brien and R.A. Soderman. June 16, 1945. Mimeographed. 56 numbered pages, 4 appendices.

Box 9, Folder 6

The Operational Use of RCM in the ETO as related to the Technical History of the American-British Laboratory. NDRC Division of Radio Coordination.

Box 9, Folder 7

"Philosophy, History, and Operation of the Radio Research Laboratory Transition Department." By E. D. Brooks, Jr. Nov. 1, 1945. Typescript in binder. 44 typed, numbered pages; 44 unnumbered pages of appendices.

Box 9, Folder 8

"Radar: A Report on Science of War." Released by the Joint Board on Scientific Information Policy for: OSRD; War Department; Navy Department. 1945. Pamphlet, 51 pages.

Box 9, Folder 9

War in the Ether: Operational Radar Countermeasures in World War II. Mimeographed, in two parts. Part 1 - "European Theater of Operations," 101 pages. Part 2 - "RCM in the Pacific Theaters of Operation," 132 pages. [n.d.]

Box 9, Folder 10

Radar Countermeasures, RCM: A Brief Look at the NDRC Division 15's Impact on Radio Countermeasures (RCM) Activities During the Second World War. Association of Old Crows History Committee, Armand J. Morin, editor. [1982]

Box 9, Folder 11

List of Sources of Information on RCM in World War II.

 

R.R.L. REPORTS

Box 10, Folder 1

R.R.L. Reports checked out to persons outside Lab. 1953-58.

Box 10, Folder 2

List of R.R.L. Documents; Classification of Documents.

Box 10, Folder 3

Index of code words and abbreviations. Jan. 29, 1943.

Box 10, Folder 4

Special Reports: 1, 3, 4.

Box 10, Folder 5

Special Reports: 6, 7, 7a, 9.

Box 10, Folder 6

Special Reports: 11, 13, 14, 15, 15a.

Box 10, Folder 7

Special Reports: 16, 17, 18, 20.

Box 10, Folder 8

Special Reports: 21, 22, 23.

Box 10, Folder 9

Special Reports: 24, 26, 28, 30.

Box 10, Folder 10

Special Reports: 31, 32, 34, 35.

Box 10, Folder 11

Special Reports: 36 40.

Box 10, Folder 12

Special Reports: 41, 42, 44.

Box 10, Folder 13

Special Reports: 45, 46, 48, 49, 50.

Box 10, Folder 14

Special Reports: 51 54.

Box 10, Folder 15

Special Reports: 57 60.

Box 10, Folder 16

Special Reports: 61, 62, 64, 64a, 64b.

Box 10, Folder 17

Special Reports: 66 - 68, 70, 70a.

Box 10, Folder 18

Special Reports: 72 - 74.

Box 10, Folder 19

Special Reports: 76 - 79.

Box 10, Folder 20

Special Reports: 81 - 84.

Box 10, Folder 21

Special Reports: 86, 86a, 88, 89, 90.

Box 10, Folder 22

Special Reports: 91, 92, 94, 95.

Box 11, Folder 1

Special Reports: 96 - 99.

Box 11, Folder 2

Special Reports: 100.

Box 11, Folder 3

Special Reports: 100a.

Box 11, Folder 4

Special Reports: 101 - 103.

Box 11, Folder 5

Special Reports: 105, 106, 107, 109, 110.

Box 11, Folder 6

Special Reports: 111 - 114.

Box 11, Folder 7

Special Reports: 115 - 119.

Box 11, Folder 8

Special Reports: 121 - 125.

Box 11, Folder 9

Special Reports: 126 - 130.

Box 11, Folder 10

Special Reports: 131 - 134.

Box 11, Folder 11

Special Reports: 135 - 138, 140.

Box 11, Folder 12

Special Reports: 141 - 144.

Box 11, Folder 13

Special Reports: 146 - 150.

Box 11, Folder 14

Special Reports: 151 - 155.

Box 11, Folder 15

Special Reports: 156 - 160.

Box 11, Folder 16

Special Reports: 161 - 165.

Box 11, Folder 17

Special Reports: 166 - 170.

Box 11, Folder 18

Special Reports: 171 - 175.

Box 11, Folder 19

Special Reports: 177 - 180.

Box 11, Folder 20

Special Reports: 181, 183 - 186.

Box 11, Folder 21

Special Reports: 187, 187a, 188, 190.

Box 12, Folder 1

Special Reports: 191, 192, 194, 195.

Box 12, Folder 2

Special Reports: 196 - 200.

Box 12, Folder 3

Special Reports: 201, 202, 203, 203a, 205.

Box 12, Folder 4

Special Reports: 206 - 210.

Box 12, Folder 5

Special Reports: 211 - 215.

Box 12, Folder 6

Special Reports: 216 - 220.

Box 12, Folder 7

Special Reports: 221 - 224.

Box 12, Folder 8

Special Reports: 225 - 230.

Box 12, Folder 9

Special Reports: 231 - 235.

Box 12, Folder 10

Special Reports: 236 - 240.

Box 12, Folder 11

Special Reports: 241 - 244.

Box 12, Folder 12

Special Reports: 245 - 247.

Box 12, Folder 13

Special Reports: 251 - 255.

Box 12, Folder 14

Special Reports: 256 - 260.

Box 12, Folder 15

Special Reports: 262 - 264.

Box 12, Folder 16

Special Reports: 265, 266, 268, 270.

Box 12, Folder 17

Special Reports: 272, 274, 276, 277 280.

Box 12, Folder 18

Special Reports: 281 - 285.

Box 12, Folder 19

Special Reports: 286, 287, 289, 290.

Box 12, Folder 20

Special Reports: 291 - 295.

Box 12, Folder 21

Special Reports: 296 - 298.

Box 12, Folder 22

Equipment Specifications Reports: 8, 11, 12, 13, 13a, 13b.

Box 12, Folder 23

Equipment Specifications Reports: 14 - 17, 19, 20.

Box 12, Folder 24

Equipment Specifications Reports: 22, 24 - 28.

Box 12, Folder 25

Test Reports: 1 - 5.

Box 12, Folder 26

Test Reports: 6 - 10.

Box 13, Folder 1

Test Reports: 11 - 18; 20.

Box 13, Folder 2

Test Reports: 21 - 26.

Box 13, Folder 3

Test Reports: 27 - 30.

Box 13, Folder 4

Test Reports: 32 - 35.

Box 13, Folder 5

Test Reports: 36 - 40.

Box 13, Folder 6

Test Reports: 41 - 45.

Box 13, Folder 7

Test Reports: 46 - 50.

Box 13, Folder 8

Test Reports: 51 - 56; 59, 60.

Box 13, Folder 9

Memorandum Test Reports: MTR 1 MTR 10.

Box 13, Folder 10

Memorandum Test Reports: MTR 11 MTR 21.

Box 13, Folder 11

Technical Memoranda: 1 - 9.

Box 13, Folder 12

Technical Memoranda: 10 - 20.

Box 13, Folder 13

Technical Memoranda: 21 - 28.

Box 13, Folder 15

Technical Memoranda: 36, 38, 38a, 39, 40, 40a.

Box 13, Folder 14

Technical Memoranda: 30 - 35.

Box 13, Folder 16

Technical Memoranda: 41 - 47.

Box 13, Folder 17

Technical Memoranda: 48 - 54.

Box 13, Folder 18

Technical Memoranda: 55 - 59.

Box 13, Folder 19

Technical Memoranda: 61 - 66.

Box 13, Folder 21

Technical Memoranda: 81 - 85, 87.

Box 13, Folder 20

Technical Memoranda: 67 - 69;, 71; 73 - 80.

Box 13, Folder 22

Technical Memoranda: 88 - 94.

Box 13, Folder 23

Technical Memoranda: 95 - 101.

Box 13, Folder 24

Technical Memoranda: 102 - 108.

Box 13, Folder 25

Technical Memoranda: 109 - 113; 115 - 117; 119.

Box 13, Folder 26

Technical Memoranda: 120 - 126.

Box 13, Folder 27

Technical Memoranda: 127 - 129; 131 - 135.

Box 13, Folder 28

Technical Memoranda: 136 - 141.

Box 14, Folder 1

RRL Internal Reports: Group A.

Box 14, Folder 2

RRL Internal Reports: Group B.

Box 14, Folder 3

RRL Internal Reports: Group D.

Box 14, Folder 4

RRL Internal Reports: Group E.

Box 14, Folder 5

RRL Internal Reports: Group F.

Box 14, Folder 6

RRL Internal Reports: Group J.

Box 14, Folder 7

RRL Internal Reports: Group M.

Box 14, Folder 8

RRL Internal Reports: X Series.

Box 14, Folder 9

RRL Internal Reports: All other groups.

Box 14, Folder 10

Progress Reports: 5, 8, 10, 12, 19, 27, 33, 43, 47, (Oct. 1942 - June 1943).

Box 14, Folder 11

Internal Progress Reports: 13 - 15 (Oct. - Dec. 1943).

Box 14, Folder 12

Internal Progress Reports: 16 - 18 (Jan. - March 1944).

Box 14, Folder 13

Internal Progress Reports: 19, 20 (April - May 1944).

Box 14, Folder 14

Internal Progress Reports: 21 - 22 (June - July 1944).

Box 14, Folder 15

Internal Progress Reports: 23 - 24 (Aug. - Sept. 1944).

Box 14, Folder 16

Internal Progress Reports: 25 - 26 (Nov. 1944 - Jan. 1945).

Box 14, Folder 17

Internal Progress Reports: 27 - 28 (Jan. - May 1945).

Box 14, Folder 18

Internal Progress Reports: 29 (May - July 1945).

Box 14, Folder 19

Instruction Books: 1; 8a - 8d.

Box 14, Folder 20

Instruction Books: 9 12.

Box 14, Folder 21

Instruction Books: 13 - 17.

Box 14, Folder 22

Instruction Books: 18 - 19.

Box 15, Folder 1

Instruction Books: 20 - 25.

Box 15, Folder 2

Instruction Books: 26; 28 - 30.

Box 15, Folder 3

Instruction Books: 31; 33 -37.

Box 15, Folder 4

Instruction Books: 38 - 39.

Box 15, Folder 5

Instruction Books: 40 - 45.

Box 15, Folder 6

Instruction Books: 46 - 50.

Box 15, Folder 7

Instruction Books: 51 (large binder).

Box 15, Folder 8

Instruction Books: 54 - 56; 58 - 59.

Box 15, Folder 9

Instruction Books: 61, 62) 65, 68.

Box 15, Folder 10

Instruction Books: 70 - 74.

Box 15, Folder 11

Instruction Books: 75 - 78.

Box 15, Folder 12

Instruction Books: 80, 81, 83, 85, 86, 88, 89.

Box 15, Folder 13

Instruction Books: 90, 91, 93.

Box 15, Folder 14

Technical SEMINARS: Lectures 1 8; 12 - 14.

Box 15, Folder 15

Liaison Reports: Daniell. 10 34 (July 1944 - Jan. 1945).

Box 15, Folder 16

Liaison Reports: Daniell. 35 49 (Feb. - Sept. 1945).

Box 15, Folder 17

Liaison Reports: Hammett. 1 - 4 (Feb. - March 1945).

Box 15, Folder 18

Liaison Reports: Holt. 1- 17 (June 1944 - Aug. 1945).

Box 15, Folder 19

Liaison Reports: Villard. 1 - 15 (Feb. 1944 - Aug. 1945).

Box 15, Folder 20

Liaison Reports: Miscellaneous. 1945.

Box 15, Folder 21

Teletype Conferences: European Theater of Operations. June - July 1944.

Box 15, Folder 22

Teletype Conferences: E.T.O. July - Oct. 1944.

Box 15, Folder 23

Teletype Conferences: E.T.O. Nov. 1944 - Jan. 1945.

Box 16, Folder 1

Teletype Conferences: E.T.O. Jan. - May 1945.

Box 16, Folder 2

Teletype Conferences: Mediterranean Theater of Operations July - Dec. 1944.

Box 16, Folder 3

Teletype Conferences: M.T.O. Jan. - May 1945.

Box 16, Folder 4

Teletype Conferences: Pacific operations March - June 1945.

Box 16, Folder 5

Teletype Conferences: Pacific Operations: June - Aug. 1945.

Box 17, Folder 

Chaff and rope samples. Note: Dr. Terman says that the aluminum and paper squares in the net bag were not produced by the Harvard R.R.L., though they were a type of radar countermeasure.

 

Stanford School of Engineering Series II 1925-1946

Scope and Contents note

Frederick Terman participated in the activates of the Stanford School of Engineering at all levels, first as a student, and later in-teaching appointments ranging from Instructor in Communication to Dean of the School. The papers in Series II document his entire range of professional service to the School. For further information on the history of the Engineering School at Stanford, see Stanford University Archives collection SC 165, Engineering School Records.
Boxes 1 -4: Electrical Engineering Correspondence, 1931-46. Alphabetically arranged subject files of correspondence and memoranda related to Dr. Terman's career as a faculty member, and from 1937 to 1945, Executive Head of the Department of Engineering.
Boxes 6 -9: Student-faculty research, 1928-35. Laboratory notes, reports, graphs, articles and correspondence related to research projects undertaken in the Electronic Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Terman. Some of these projects were collaborative efforts between Terman and his students, while others were entirely student work. Each folder contains the papers pertaining to a specific research project, and the folders are filed chronologically.
Boxes 10 -12: I.T.T. invention disclosures, 1936-42. Research notes, reports, and correspondence related to an agreement with the International Telephone and Telegraph Company. I.T.T. supported the Communication Laboratory in two ways, First, it provided grants to underwrite the cost of certain specific research projects that interested the company. Further, it made an annual lump sum payment to support basic research in the laboratory. In return, I.T.T. was given "first refusal" rights on any inventions which were discovered in the course of this research. The general research problems were usually suggested by Dr. Terman, and worked on by graduate students as assignments of theses. If any promising ideas arose, they were submitted to I.T.T. as invention disclosures, and the company determined whether it wished to negotiate for patents. Although no major inventions resulted from this arrangement, it was very beneficial to Stanford, providing needed support to the Communication Laboratory in a significant stage of its development. This group of papers shows an early stage of the University-industry cooperation that Dr. Terman actively fostered.
Boxes 13 -17: Stanford Electronic Laboratories Correspondence, 1951-5 As Dean of Engineering, Dr. Terman was also the director of the Stanford Electronics Laboratories, which consisted of the Electronic Research Laboratory, primarily for unclassified basic research, sponsored research contracts. These boxes contain the administrative files of the laboratories, including general correspondence, contracts, personnel and budget information, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 18: Microwave Laboratory Correspondence, 1949-54. The Microwave Laboratory was administered jointly by the Physics and Electrical Engineering Departments. Edward L. Ginzton was the director of this laboratory, and most of this box actually consists of copies of Dr. Ginzton's administrative correspondence made for Terman's information. The folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 19: Teaching materials. This box contains syllabi, lecture notes, and course evaluations for several electric engineering courses taught by Dr. Terman. All of these items are undated except the evaluations, which date from 1952 to 1954.
 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CORRESPONDENCE

Box 1, Folder 1

A. 1937 - 41.

Box 1, Folder 2

Appointments. 1931 - 36.

Box 1, Folder 3

Appointments. 1937 - 46.

Box 1, Folder 4

B. 1934 - 41.

Box 1, Folder 5

Bell Telephone Company. 1929 36.

Box 1, Folder 6

C. 1934 - 41.

Box 1, Folder 7

Communications Laboratory, Reports on. 1927 35.

Box 1, Folder 8

D. 1932 - 41.

Box 1, Folder 9

E. 1935 - 41.

Box 1, Folder 10

Eastern Trip. 1938.

Box 2, Folder 1

Employment Information. 1932 36.

Box 2, Folder 2

Employment Information. 1937 40.

Box 2, Folder 3

Engineer's Council for Professional Development. 1936 - 40.

Box 2, Folder 4

English for Engineers. 1931 - 33.

Box 2, Folder 5

F. 1937 - 41.

Box 2, Folder 7

Former Students. 1931 - 33.

Box 2, Folder 6

Food Research Institute - soundproofing. 1932.

Box 2, Folder 8

Former Students. 1934 - 35.

Box 2, Folder 9

Former Students. 1936.

Box 2, Folder 10

G. 1936 - 40.

Box 2, Folder 11

Geophysics. 1938.

Box 2, Folder 12

Gifts. 1927 - 33.

Box 2, Folder 13

Gifts. 1934 - 45.

Box 2, Folder 14

Gifts - Paul Davis Information. 1937 41.

Box 3, Folder 1

H. 1934 - 41.

Box 3, Folder 2

I. 1935 - 41.

Box 3, Folder 3

J. 1935 - 41.

Box 3, Folder 4

K. 1935 - 41.

Box 3, Folder 5

Klystron Project 1939 - 40.

Box 3, Folder 6

Klystron Project 1941 - 43.

Box 3, Folder 7

L. 1934 - 41.

Box 3, Folder 8

M. 1935 - 40.

Box 3, Folder 9

Morris, Samuel B. 1936 - 41.

Box 3, Folder 10

N. 1936 - 40.

Box 3, Folder 11

0. 1935 - 39.

Box 3, Folder 12

P. 1934 - 41.

Box 3, Folder 13

Palo Alto Police Radio. 1933 - 34.

Box 3, Folder 14

Prospective Students. 1931 - 35.

Box 4, Folder 1

Q. 1939.

Box 4, Folder 2

R. 1935 - 41.

Box 4, Folder 3

Recommendations. 1934 - 37.

Box 4, Folder 4

Reports on school and department activities. 1926 - 30.

Box 4, Folder 5

Research Projects - miscellaneous. 1940 - 46.

Box 4, Folder 6

Ryan High Voltage Laboratory Dedication. 1940.

Box 4, Folder 7

Ryan Laboratory: Impulse Generator (Gardner Company). 1938 - 44.

Box 4, Folder 8

Ryan Laboratory: Impulse Generator (K-P-F Company). 1939 - 44.

Box 4, Folder 10

S. 1934 - 41.

Box 4, Folder 9

Ryan Laboratory: Impulse Generator (Pacific Electric Corp.). 1939 - 41.

Box 4, Folder 11

Spangenberg Position - candidates. 1937.

Box 4, Folder 12

T. 1937 - 41.

Box 4, Folder 13

Travel. 1932 - 35.

Box 4, Folder 14

V. 1935 - 40.

Box 4, Folder 15

W. 1935 - 41.

Box 4, Folder 16

Wide-Grid Tube Project. 1938 - 39.

Box 4, Folder 17

Wilbur, Ray Lyman. 1936 - 43.

Box 4, Folder 18

X, Y, Z. 1937 - 39.

 

DEAN'S PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE. 1946-1954

Box 5, Folder 1

A

Box 5, Folder 2

B

Box 5, Folder 3

C

Box 5, Folder 4

D

Box 5, Folder 5

E

Box 5, Folder 6

F

Box 5, Folder 7

G

Box 5, Folder 8

H

Box 5, Folder 9

I

Box 5, Folder 10

J

Box 5, Folder 11

K

Box 5, Folder 12

L

Box 5, Folder 13

M

Box 5, Folder 14

Mc

Box 5, Folder 15

N

Box 5, Folder 16

0

Box 5, Folder 17

P

Box 5, Folder 18

R

Box 5, Folder 19

S

Box 5, Folder 20

T

Box 5, Folder 21

U

Box 5, Folder 22

V

Box 5, Folder 23

W

Box 5, Folder 24

X, Y, Z

 

STUDENT-FACULTY RESEARCH. 1928-1935

Scope and Contents note

notes, lab reports, graphs, reprints, correspondence about papers, arranged chronologically
Box 6, Folder I

The Circle Diagram of a Transmission Network. 1926.

Box 6, Folder 2

Transient Skin Effect. 1926.

Box 6, Folder 3

The Electrical Engineering Research Situation in American Universities. 1927.

Box 6, Folder 4

Effective Heating of Code Transmitters. 1928.

Box 6, Folder 5

Screen Grid Tubes. With B. Dysart. 1928.

Box 6, Folder 6

Inverted Vacuum Tube. 1928.

Box 6, Folder 7

Audio Frequency Transformers. Marcel Lissman and I. E. Wood. 1929.

Box 6, Folder 8

High-Efficiency, High Output Vacuum Tube Oscillator. (Illustrations to accompany thesis by E. H. Fisher). 1929.

Box 6, Folder 9

Some Properties of Vacuum Tube Detection. 1929.

Box 6, Folder 10

Harmonic Generation by means of Grid Circuit Distortion. With D. E. Chambers and E. H. Fisher.

Box 7, Folder I

Induction Frequency Changer. 1930 - 31.

Box 7, Folder 2

Induction Frequency Changer: Data. Philip Ekstrand. 1931 - 32.

Box 7, Folder 3

Induction Frequency Changer: Notebooks. Philip Ekstrand. 1931 - 32.

Box 7, Folder 4

Induction Frequency Changer: Summaries of work. Philip Ekstrand. 1931 - 32.

Box 7, Folder 5

Wunderlich Tube. 1932.

Box 7, Folder 6

Variable Resonator Research. Philip Ekstrand. 1932 - 33.

Box 7, Folder 7

Resistance Stabilized Oscillators. With Philip Ekstrand. 1933.

Box 7, Folder 8

Tuned Class B and Class C amplifiers. M. M. Santour. 1933.

Box 7, Folder 9

Resonant Transmission Lines as High-Frequency Circuit Elements. 1934.

Box 7, Folder 10

Low Loss Coils. 1935.

Box 7, Folder 11

Miscellaneous Studies by Frederick Terman. 1928 - 35.

Box 7, Folder 12

Class C Amplifier Analysis. Contains work by W. C. Roake, M. M. Santour, John Ferns, Philip Ekstrand. 1933 - 36.

Box 7, Folder 13

Electron Motion. Victor Carson. 1938.

Box 8, Folder 1

Harmonic Generator Research: Data. 1938.

Box 8, Folder 2

Analysis and Design of Harmonic Generators. 1938.

Box 8, Folder 3

A High-Efficiency Grid-Modulated Amplifier. With John Woolyard. 1938.

Box 8, Folder 4

Condenser Input. Wilton Abbott. 1938.

Box 8, Folder 5

The Condenser Input Rectifier. Richard Chard. 1939.

Box 8, Folder 6

Frequency Response Characteristics of Amplifiers Employing Negative Feedback. With Wen-Yuan Pan. 1939.

Box 8, Folder 7

Research Notebooks. Chung-Kuei Chang. 1939 - 40.

Box 9, Folder 1

Detection: Data and papers. Chung-Kuei Chang. 1939 - 40.

Box 9, Folder 2

A Theoretical and Experimental Study of Detectors. Chung-Kuei Chang. 1940.

Box 9, Folder 3

Resistance-coupled Amplifier Studies. With William Hewlett, Charles Palmer, Wen-Yuan Pan.

Box 9, Folder 4

Circuit Design to Improve the-Frequency Response of Output Transformers. Research notes for thesis by Charles Moreno. 1940.

Box 9, Folder 6

Miscellaneous Research by Frederick Terman. 1937-47.

Box 9, Folder 5

Circuit Design to Improve the Frequency Response of Output Transformers. Charles Moreno. 1940.

 

ITT INVENTION DISCLOSURES

Box 10, Folder I

ITT - Electronics Laboratory Correspondence. 1938-39.

Box 10, Folder 2

ITT - Electronics Laboratory Correspondence. 1940-42.

Box 10, Folder 3

Federal Telecommunications Laboratory (ITT affiliate). 1943 - 49.

Box 10, Folder 4

#1 - Loss Modulators (accepted). 1936 - 39.

Box 10, Folder 5

#2 - Linear Amplifying System (filed). 1939 - 40.

Box 10, Folder 6

#3 - Modulation Systems (filed). 1938 - 39.

Box 10, Folder 7

#4 - Multirange Meters (declined). 1939.

Box 10, Folder 8

#5 - Stabilized Oscillation Generator (accepted). 1939 - 41.

Box 10, Folder 9

#6-7 - Modulation Systems (accepted). 1939 - 40.

Box 10, Folder 10

#8 - Distortion Correction Remodulation System (declined). 1939.

Box 10, Folder 11

#9 - Distortion Correction (declined) [n.d.]

Box 11, Folder 1

#10 - Frequency Changing System (declined). 1939 - 40.

Box 11, Folder 2

#11 - Distortion Correction (declined). [n.d.]

Box 11, Folder 3

#12 - Distortion Correction (declined). 1939.

Box 11, Folder 4

#13 - Distortion Correction (declined). [n.d.]

Box 11, Folder 5

#14 - Multiple Lead Tube (declined). 1939 - 40.

Box 11, Folder 6

#15 - Sound Absorbing System (accepted). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 7

#16 - Direction Finding System (accepted). 1939 - 40.

Box 11, Folder 8

#17 - Stabilized Amplifier (declined). 1938 - 40.

Box 11, Folder 9

#18 - Diode-Type Detector for Heterodyne Signals (declined). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 10

#19 - Method of Removing Amplitude Modulation (accepted). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 11

#20 - Improvement in Klystron Detector (accepted). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 12

#21 - Method of Controlling High-Frequency Characteristics (declined). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 13

#22 - Method of Reducing Low Frequency Regeneration (accepted). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 14

#23 - Coupling Systems for Power Amplifiers (accepted). 1940 - 42.

Box 11, Folder 15

#24 - High Efficiency Loss Modulator (accepted). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 16

#25 - Simple Impedance Inverter (declined). 1940.

Box 11, Folder 17

#26 - High Efficiency Amplifier (accepted). 1940-41.

Box 11, Folder 18

#27 - Diversity Receiving Systems (accepted). 1941.

Box 11, Folder 20

#28 - A System of High Level Frequency Modulation (accepted). 1942.

Box 11, Folder 19

#27a - Diversity Systems employing combined Amplitude and Frequency Modulation (declined) [n.d.]

Box 11, Folder 21

#29 - obtaining Correct Radio Compass Bearings (declined). 1942.

Box 11, Folder 22

#30 - Method of Avoiding Hunting in Control Systems (declined). [n.d.]

Box 11, Folder 23

[unnumbered] - High-Density Beam (accepted). [n.d.]

Box 12, Folder 1

Group II - Agreements and General Correspondence. 1936 - 40.

Box 12, Folder 2

Group II - #1 - Modulator (declined). 1936 - 37.

Box 12, Folder 3

Group II - #2 - Stabilized Amplifier (filed). 1937 - 41.

Box 12, Folder 4

Group II - #3 - Linear Amplifying System (filed). 1939 - 41.

Box 12, Folder 5

Group II - #4 - Improvement in Grid-Modulated Amplifier (filed, but dropped). 1939 - 40.

Box 12, Folder 6

Group II - #5-9 - Distortion Correction System (declined). 1939 - 40.

Box 12, Folder 7

Group II - #10 - Direction Finding System (declined). 1939.

Box 12, Folder 8

Group II - #11 - Multiple Lead Tubes (declined). 1939 - 40.

Box 12, Folder 9

Group II - #12 - Sound Absorbing System (declined). 1940 - 41.

Box 12, Folder 10

Group II - #13 - Diode Type Detector for Heterodyne Signals (declined). 1940.

Box 12, Folder 11

Group II - #14 - Method of Removing Amplitude Modulation. 1940.

Box 12, Folder 12

Group II - #15-17 - Miscellaneous (declined). 1940 - 41.

 

STANFORD ELECTRONICS LABORATORY CORRESPONDENCE FILES. 1951-1954

Box 13, Folder 1

Administration. 1951-55.

Box 13, Folder 2

Air Force - general correspondence. 1951 - 55.

Box 13, Folder 3

Airborne Instrument Laboratory. 1951 - 52.

Box 13, Folder 4

Applied Engineering Laboratory: Moving. 1953 54.

Box 13, Folder 5

Atomic Energy Commission. 1955.

Box 13, Folder 6

Ayer, W. E. July 1955.

Box 13, Folder 7

B. 1952-54.

Box 13, Folder 8

Bacon, David C. 1954-56.

Box 13, Folder 9

Budget. 1952.

Box 13, Folder 10

Budget. 1953 - 54.

Box 13, Folder 11

Budget. 1954 - 55.

Box 13, Folder 12

Building. 1951 - 53.

Box 13, Folder 13

Burroughs Corporation. 1954.

Box 13, Folder 14

Buss, Robert. 1952-54.

Box 13, Folder 15

Cate, Donald. 1955.

Box 13, Folder 16

Classifications. 1954 - 55.

Box 13, Folder 17

Classified Materials, Receipts for. 1954 - 55.

Box 13, Folder 18

Contract Negotiations - general. 1950 - 54.

Box 13, Folder 19

Contractor's Meeting. August 1955.

Box 13, Folder 20

Contracts: Air Force - Miscellaneous. 1953 - 55.

Box 13, Folder 21

Contracts: Air Force - AF 19(604)-686. 1952 - 55.

Box 13, Folder 22

Contracts: Air Force - AF 19(604)-795. 1953 - 56.

Box 13, Folder 23

Contracts: Air Force - AF 19(604)-1031. 1954 - 56.

Box 13, Folder 24

Contracts: Air Force - AF 19(604)-1065. 1954 - 55.

Box 13, Folder 25

Contracts: Air Force - AF 30(602)-8. Final Report: Low Frequency Navigation and Guidance Systems. 1953.

Box 13, Folder 26

Contracts: Air Force - AF 33(600)-27784. 1954 - 56.

Box 13, Folder 27

Contracts: Air Force - Single Side Band. 1954.

Box 13, Folder 28

Contracts: Air Force -Whistlers. 1955 - 56.

Box 13, Folder 29

Contracts: Air Force -Purchase Request 559169. 1956.

Box 13, Folder 30

Contracts: Air Force -Purchase Request 646609. 1956.

Box 13, Folder 31

Contracts: Army Signal Corps. 1953 - 56.

Box 13, Folder 32

Contracts: Atomic Energy Commission. 1956.

Box 14, Folder 1

Contracts: General Electric. 1954 - 55.

Box 14, Folder 2

Contracts: Hewlett-Packard. 1953 - 55.

Box 14, Folder 3

Contracts: Lincoln Project. 1954.

Box 14, Folder 4

Contracts: Litton Industries. 1955.

Box 14, Folder 5

Contracts: Miscellaneous. 1953 - 54.

Box 14, Folder 6

Contracts: National Bureau of Standards - CST-3071. 1955.

Box 14, Folder 7

Contracts: National Bureau of Standards - CST-10751. 1947 - 55.

Box 14, Folder 8

Contracts: National Science Foundation - Grant NSF/IGY. 1955.

Box 14, Folder 9

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - general. 1952 5

Box 14, Folder 10

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr - 225(04). 1951-53.

Box 14, Folder 11

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr 225(04). Status Reports. 1952 - 53.

Box 14, Folder 12

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr 225(05). 1952 - 53.

Box 14, Folder 13

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr 225(07). 1951 - 53.

Box 14, Folder 14

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr 225(10). 1951 - 53.

Box 14, Folder 15

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr 225(10), Project 330. 1952 - 53.

Box 14, Folder 16

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr 225(12). 1952 - 55.

Box 14, Folder 17

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr - 251(07). 1951 - 56.

Box 14, Folder 18

Contracts: Office of Naval Research - Nonr - 251(32). 1950-55.

Box 15, Folder 1

Contracts: Penta Laboratories. 1953 - 54.

Box 15, Folder 2

Contracts: Sandia Corporation. 1955.

Box 15, Folder 3

Contracts: University of California. 1954.

Box 15, Folder 4

Contracts: University of Colorado. 1952 - 54.

Box 15, Folder 5

Contracts: Varian Associates. 1951 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 6

Contracts: Villard. 1953 - 54.

Box 15, Folder 7

Dunn, Donald A. 1953 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 8

E. 1952 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 9

Edson, William A. 1952 - 54.

Box 15, Folder 10

Eitel-McCullough Grant. 1952 - 54.

Box 15, Folder 11

Electron Tube Conference. 1952 - 53; 1955.

Box 15, Folder 12

Field, Lester M. 1951 - 53.

Box 15, Folder 13

Fire Protection Reinspection Report. 1954.

Box 15, Folder 14

G. 1952 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 16

Ginzton, Edward L. 1951 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 15

Gilfillan Brothers. 1948; 1953.

Box 15, Folder 17

H. 1952 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 18

Hallicrafters. 1954.

Box 15, Folder 19

Hare, Milton. 1955.

Box 15, Folder 20

Harris, Donald B. 1951-55.

Box 15, Folder 21

Hewlett-Packard. 1952-54.

Box 15, Folder 22

Holt, Roland. 1952 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 23

Huggins Laboratories. 1955.

Box 15, Folder 24

I. 1953 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 25

Instrument Committee Minutes. 1954.

Box 15, Folder 26

J. 1952 - 54.

Box 15, Folder 27

Kaisel, Sidney F. 1952 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 28

Kohl, Walter H. 1954 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 29

L. 1953 - 54.

Box 15, Folder 30

Liaison Information. 1951 - 52.

Box 15, Folder 31

Lincoln Project. 1951 - 53.

Box 15, Folder 32

Linvill, John. 1955.

Box 15, Folder 33

M. 1951 - 55.

Box 15, Folder 34

McGhie, L. Farrell. 1952 53.

Box 15, Folder 35

Matthews, Allen R. 1951 53.

Box 16, Folder 1

Medical Electronics. 1955.

Box 16, Folder 2

Michigan, University of. 1951 - 55.

Box 16, Folder 3

Microwave - general. 1953 - 54.

Box 16, Folder 4

Miscellaneous Projects: Lists of Reports. 1955.

Box 16, Folder 5

Models. 1951 - 54.

Box 16, Folder 6

N. 1953 - 54.

Box 16, Folder 7

Office of Naval Research: general correspondence. 1951 - 55.

Box 16, Folder 8

Operational Reports. 1951 - 1952.

Box 16, Folder 9

Organizational Charts. 1952 - 53.

Box 16, Folder 10

P. 1952 - 55.

Box 16, Folder 11

Patents. 1951 - 56.

Box 16, Folder 12

Personnel Assignments. 1953.

Box 16, Folder 13

Personnel Directories. 1952 - 53.

Box 16, Folder 14

Personnel Prospects: Inactive. 1950 - 53.

Box 16, Folder 15

Pettit, Joseph M. 1951 - 54.

Box 16, Folder 16

Proposals for Applied Research and Development. 1951 - 52.

Box 16, Folder 17

Publications. 1951 - 55.

Box 16, Folder 18

R. 1952 - 53.

Box 16, Folder 19

Rambo, William. 1951 - 56.

Box 16, Folder 20

Rambo, William. Project S-440. 1954-55.

Box 16, Folder 21

Rand Corporation. 1951.

Box 16, Folder 22

Rapid Scan Receivers. 1951 - 54.

Box 16, Folder 23

Raytheon. 1954 - 55.

Box 16, Folder 24

Research Corporation. 1953.

Box 16, Folder 25

S. 1951 - 56.

Box 16, Folder 26

Safety Committee Minutes. 1953 - 56.

Box 16, Folder 27

Salaries. 1953 - 56.

Box 17, Folder 1

Security. 1952 - 56.

Box 17, Folder 2

Senior Staff. 1951 - 54.

Box 17, Folder 3

Signal Corps - general correspondence. 1952 54.

Box 17, Folder 4

Spangenberg, Karl. 1951 - 56.

Box 17, Folder 5

Stanford Electronics Laboratories: Organization. 1955.

Box 17, Folder 6

Stanford Electronics Newsletter. 1952.

Box 17, Folder 7

Stanford Laboratories, Inc. 1955.

Box 17, Folder 8

Stanford University. 1951 - 52.

Box 17, Folder 9

Susskind, Charles. 1953 - 55.

Box 17, Folder 10

Sylvania Electric Products. 1952 - 54.

Box 17, Folder 11

Sylvania - Electronic Defense Laboratory. 1953 - 54.

Box 17, Folder 12

T. 1955.

Box 17, Folder 13

Technical Advisory Committee Meetings. 1951.

Box 17, Folder 14

Technical Advisory Committee Meetings. 1952.

Box 17, Folder 15

Technical Advisory Committee Meetings. 1953.

Box 17, Folder 16

Technical Advisory Committee Meetings. 1954.

Box 17, Folder 17

Technical Advisory Committee Meetings. 1955.

Box 17, Folder 18

Technical Advisory Committee Meeting. Spring, 1956.

Box 17, Folder 19

Technical Program. 1950 - 55.

Box 17, Folder 20

Technical Program Committee. 1954 - 55.

Box 17, Folder 21

Television. March 1955.

Box 17, Folder 22

Terman, Frederick E.: memos to files. 1950 - 53.

Box 17, Folder 23

Terman, Frederick E.: Personal correspondence. 1954

Box 17, Folder 24

Tube Shop. 1952.

Box 17, Folder 25

V. 1952 - 55.

Box 17, Folder 26

W. 1953 - 56.

Box 17, Folder 27

Waterman, Alan. 1953 54.

Box 17, Folder 28

Watkins, Dean H. 1953 56.

Box 17, Folder 29

Z. 1952 - 55.

 

MICROWAVE LABORATORY

Box 18, Folder 1

Microwave Laboratory - general correspondence. 1950 - 52.

Box 18, Folder 2

Microwave Laboratory - general correspondence. 1954 - 56.

Box 18, Folder 3

Budgets and Finance. 1951 - 54.

Box 18, Folder 4

Building. 1952.

Box 18, Folder 5

Contracts: Ferroelectricity Project. 1951 - 54.

Box 18, Folder 6

Contracts: General Electric Company. 1952 - 55.

Box 18, Folder 7

Contracts: Miscellaneous. 1954 - 55.

Box 18, Folder 8

General Electric Company - general. 1951 - 55.

Box 18, Folder 9

Linear Accelerator Accounts. 1949 - 54.

Box 18, Folder 10

Microwave Laboratory Medical Program. 1952 - 54.

Box 18, Folder 11

Motz, Hans. 1951 - 52.

Box 18, Folder 12

Pierce, J. R. November 1951.

 

TEACHING MATERIALS

Box 19, Folder 1

Network Theorems: Syllabus [n.d.]

Box 19, Folder 2

Networks: Lecture Notes [n.d.]

Box 19, Folder 3

Power Lines: Data and Notes [n.d.]

Box 19, Folder 4

Transmission Circuits: Syllabus [n.d.]

Box 19, Folder 5

Course Evaluation: Electrical Engineering 110. Winter Quarter 1950.

Box 19, Folder 6

Course Evaluation: Electrical Engineering 110 [n.d.]

Box 19, Folder 7

Course Evaluation: Electrical Engineering 111 [n.d.]

Box 19, Folder 8

Course Evaluation: Electrical Engineering 112. Spring Quarter 1952.

Box 19, Folder 9

Course Evaluation: Electrical Engineering 11' Spring Quarter 1953.

Box 19, Folder 10

Course Evaluation: Electrical Engineering 161. Winter Quarter 1955.

Box 19, Folder 11

Course Evaluation: Winter Quarter 1954. Class not identified.

Box 20, Folder I

Electrical Engineering 160, Fall 1953;1954.

Box 20, Folder 3

Electrical Engineering 162, Spring 1954;1955.

Box 20, Folder 2

Electrical Engineering 161, Winter 1953/54; 1954/55.

Box 20, Folder 4

Electrical Engineering 110, 111,112; 1947,1948,1950.

Box 20, Folder 5

Misc. Electrical Engineering course work, n.d.

Box 20, Folder 6

Radio Engineering: Misc. classes, 1937-41.

Box 20, Folder 7

Transmission Circuits, 1939.

Box 20, Folder 8

Transmission Circuits, exams, 1933-1940.

Box 20, Folder 9

Transmission Circuits, exams cont., 1933-1940.

 

Stanford Administration Series III 1948-1972

Scope and Contents note

Boxes 1-60: Provosts' Personal Papers, 1955-65. These files consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports and clipping covering all phases of Dr. Terman's activities as Provost. They were called "personal" by Dr. Terman's office because they were controlled by Terman's own secretary, rather than being a part of the central President's and Provost's record group. The contents, however, deal strictly with University-related matters. These records provide revealing insights into Dr. Terman's philosophy and methods of strengthening academic departments as well as the general functioning of the highest levels of university administration. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each folder.
Boxes 61-63: Provost's staff meeting, 1959-65. Agenda, minutes, and supporting documents for the biweekly meetings of Dr. Terman's office staff.
Boxes 64-67: Studies for the President, 1966-75 Following Dr. Terman's retirement as Provost in 1965, he continued work part-time as a consultant to the President of the University. In this capacity, he carried out several studies for President Sterling and his successors, including control of faculty size, fringe benefits, retirement pensions, and funding of Stanford's professional schools. These four boxes contain correspondence, data, working papers and reports related to these studies.
Boxes 68-75: Data processing in the Provost's Office, 1955-75. When the Registrar's Office computerized its operations in 1955, Dr. Terman saw the opportunity to obtain a vast amount of statistical data on the educational activities within Stanford. With a grant from the Ford Foundation, Terman and Professor Robert Oakford were able to program the system to provide a variety of information in a form that was useful to the Provost. These boxes contain computer print-outs divided into volumes by topics, which include statistics on courses taught by each instructor, enrollment statistics, age and salary distribution among faculty.
Boxes 76-77: Budget working papers, 1955-65. Binders containing memoranda, data, and calculations compiled by Terman to be used in figuring yearly budgets. Arranged chronologically.
Box 78: Miscellaneous administrative files, 1948-65.. Folders 1 -7 contain files on graduate division accounts; and Terman's study of undergraduate education. Folders 8 -13 are concerned with the search for the successor for Stanford's deceased President Donald B. Tresidder. Terman was elected to the Faculty Advisory Committee which recommended presidential candidates to the Board of Trustees. These files contain correspondence, minutes, agenda, and lists of candidates relevant to this task.
 

PROVOST'S PERSONAL PAPERS

Box 1, Folder 1

A

Box 1, Folder 2

Admissions Committee. 1956-57.

Box 1, Folder 3

Admission Committee. 1958.

Box 1, Folder 4

Admissions Committee. 1959.

Box 1, Folder 5

Admissions Committee. 1960 - 61.

Box 1, Folder 6

Admissions Committee. 1962 - 63.

Box 1, Folder 7

Admissions Committee. 1964 - 68

Box 1, Folder 8

Admissions - Transfer Program. 1958 - 60.

Box 2, Folder 1

Administrative Policies. 1955; 1958 - 62.

Box 2, Folder 2

Administrative Policies. 1963 - 67.

Box 2, Folder 3

Administrative Policies. 1968 - 70.

Box 2, Folder 4

Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). 1961 64.

Box 2, Folder 5

Advisory Board. 1956 - 62.

Box 2, Folder 6

Advisory Board. 1963 - 65.

Box 2, Folder 7

Advisory Board - Forms Revision. 1963 - 65.

Box 2, Folder 8

Aeronautical Engineering. 1958 - 63.

Box 2, Folder 9

Aeronautical Engineering. 1964 - 70.

Box 2, Folder 10

Agency for International Development (AID). 1962, 1964.

Box 2, Folder 11

Air Force. 1960 - 65.

Box 3, Folder 1

Algard, F. Thomas. 1961 64.

Box 3, Folder 2

American Association of University Professors. 1959 - 67.

Box 3, Folder 3

Ampex. 1960 - 64.

Box 3, Folder 4

Anthropology. 1957 - 65.

Box 3, Folder 5

Applied Mathematics. 1966.

Box 3, Folder 6

Applied Physics. 1961 - 65.

Box 3, Folder 7

Art Gallery and Museum - Art Department. 1956 - 61.

Box 3, Folder 8

Art Gallery and Museum - Art Department. 1963 - 64.

Box 3, Folder 9

Asian Languages. 1956 - 63.

Box 3, Folder 10

Athletics. 1957 - 61.

Box 3, Folder 11

Axt, Richard. 1960 - 64.

Box 4, Folder 1

B-BO

Box 4, Folder 2

BR-BZ

Box 4, Folder 3

Barclay, Tom. 1964.

Box 4, Folder 4

Behavioral Sciences. 1954 - 61.

Box 4, Folder 5

Berelson Graduate Study. 1958.

Box 4, Folder 6

Biochemistry. 1956 - 59.

Box 4, Folder 7

Biological Sciences. 1955 - 59.

Box 4, Folder 8

Biology. 1960.

Box 4, Folder 9

Biology. 1961 - 62.

Box 4, Folder 10

Biology. 1963 - 65.

Box 4, Folder 11

Biology - Department Head; Department Reappraisal 1963 - 65.

Box 5, Folder I

Biology Search Committee. 1965.

Box 5, Folder 2

Biology: Vanderbilt Foundation. 1960.

Box 5, Folder 3

Biomedical Engineering. 1960-67.

Box 5, Folder 4

Biophysics, general. 1959 - 65.

Box 5, Folder 5

Biophysics, Review of. 1961.

Box 5, Folder 6

Biophysics, Review of. 1962.

Box 5, Folder 7

Biophysics, Review of. 1963.

Box 5, Folder 8

Biophysics, Review of -Ginzton. 1960 - 63.

Box 5, Folder 9

Bowker, Albert. 1957 - 64.

Box 5, Folder 10

Bowker, Albert. 1965 - 71.

Box 5, Folder 11

Bowker successor. 1963.

Box 5, Folder 12

Braun Trust. 1960.

Box 5, Folder 13

Brooks, Howard. 1957 - 66.

Box 6, Folder 1

Bunzel, John. 1957 - 63.

Box 6, Folder 2

Business, Graduate School of. 1955 - 58.

Box 6, Folder 3

Business, Graduate School of. 1959.

Box 6, Folder 4

Business, Graduate School of. 1960 - 73.

Box 6, Folder 5

Business, Graduate School of Long-range plans. 1956 - 64.

Box 6, Folder 6

Business Office. 1959 - 65.

Box 7, Folder 1

C-CL

Box 7, Folder 2

CO-CZ

Box 7, Folder 3

California Institute of Technology. 1956 - 63.

Box 7, Folder 4

California, U. of - Relations. 1958 - 62.

Box 7, Folder 5

California, U. of - Relations. 1963.

Box 7, Folder 6

California, U. of - Relations. 1964.

Box 7, Folder 7

California, U. of - Relations. 1965.

Box 7, Folder 8

Carnegie Institution. 1962 - 65.

Box 7, Folder 9

Case System. 1966. Center for Materials Research (CMR) See Materials Research Center (b. 38, f. 7).

Box 8, Folder 1

Chemical Engineering. 1949 - 55.

Box 8, Folder 2

Chemical Engineering. 1955 - 64.

Box 8, Folder 3

Chemistry. 1949; 1954 - 60.

Box 8, Folder 4

Chemistry. 1960 - 65.

Box 8, Folder 5

Chemistry - Biochemistry. 1958 - 59.

Box 8, Folder 6

Chemistry Building. 1959 - 60.

Box 8, Folder 7

Chemistry Building. 1959. USPHS Grants.

Box 8, Folder 8

Chemistry Building. 1960 - 61. Stauffer Dedication.

Box 8, Folder 9

Chemistry Building and Program. 1962 - 64.

Box 9, Folder 1

Chemistry - Classified Contracts (Aerosol Lab). 1951 -60.

Box 9, Folder 2

Chemistry - Djerassi. 1959 - 61.

Box 9, Folder 3

Chemistry - Finances. 1959 - 61.

Box 9, Folder 4

Chemistry Headship Search - general. 1956 - 59.

Box 9, Folder 5

Chemistry Headship Search - names of potential candidates.

Box 9, Folder 6

Chemistry Headship Search - Dossiers on 3 top candidates (all of whom declined position).

Box 9, Folder 7

Chemistry Headship - Johnson. 1958 - 59.

Box 9, Folder 8

Chemistry - Johnson. 1959 - 60.

Box 9, Folder 9

Chemistry - Microanalytical. 1960 - 61.

Box 9, Folder 10

Chemistry - New faculty. 1959 - 62.

Box 10, Folder I

Chemistry Promotion - inactive. 1959 - 61.

Box 10, Folder 2

Chemistry Promotion - PACE. 1959 - 61.

Box 10, Folder 3

Chemistry - Useful data. 1949 - 59.

Box 10, Folder 4

Chemistry - Weissman. 1959.

Box 10, Folder 5

Civil Engineering. 1958 - 63.

Box 10, Folder 6

Civil Engineering. 1963 - 65.

Box 10, Folder 7

Classics. 1962; 1965.

Box 10, Folder 8

Classified Research. 1966 - 70.

Box 11, Folder 1

Coe, William Robertson - Fund for American Studies. 1956 - 64.

Box 11, Folder 2

Committee Membership. 1956 - 62.

Box 11, Folder 3

Communications and Journalism. 1955 - 64.

Box 11, Folder 4

Competitive offers. 1957 - 62.

Box 11, Folder 5

Competitive offers. 1963 - 65.

Box 11, Folder 6

Computation Center. 1955 - 60.

Box 11, Folder 7

Computation Center. 1961 - 62.

Box 12, Folder 1

Computer Science and Center. 1962 - 63.

Box 12, Folder 2

Computer Science and Center. 1964 - 65.

Box 12, Folder 3

Computer Science and Center. 1966 - 70.

Box 12, Folder 4

Computer Studies for FET. 1966 - 69.

Box 12, Folder 5

Contract matters (government). 1955 - 58.

Box 12, Folder 6

Contract matters. 1959.

Box 12, Folder 7

Contract matters. 1960 - 61.

Box 12, Folder 8

Contract matters. 1962.

Box 13, Folder 1

Contract and Grant matters. 1963.

Box 13, Folder 2

Contract and Grant matters. 1964 65.

Box 13, Folder 3

Controller. 1962.

Box 13, Folder 4

Corson Report. 1958. (text of report)

Box 13, Folder 5

Corson Report. 1958 - 59. (correspondence and reactions)

Box 13, Folder 6

Counseling Service. 1962.

Box 13, Folder 7

Cresap Study. 1964.

Box 13, Folder 8

Crossett Fund. 1960 - 64.

Box 13, Folder 9

D

Box 13, Folder 10

Dean of Students. 1959 - 63.

Box 13, Folder 11

Development Office. 1959 - 65.

Box 14, Folder 1

E

Box 14, Folder 2

Earth Sciences. 1956 - 57.

Box 14, Folder 3

Earth Sciences. 1958 - 59.

Box 14, Folder 4

Earth Sciences. 1961 - 62.

Box 14, Folder 5

Earth Sciences. 1963 - 66.

Box 14, Folder 6

Earth Sciences - Dean (search). 1963 64.

Box 14, Folder 7

Earth Sciences - Jahns, Richard

Box 14, Folder 8

Earth Sciences - Programs 1956 58 (reports by Visiting Committee of the Associates; report on long-range plans of School).

Box 15, Folder 1

Economics Department. 1940 - 55. (data, rather than correspondence).

Box 15, Folder 2

Economics Department. 1956 - 61.

Box 15, Folder 3

Economics Department. 1962 - 63.

Box 15, Folder 4

Economics Department. 1964 - 65.

Box 15, Folder 5

Economics of Universities. 1957.

Box 15, Folder 6

Education and Health Education. 1954 56.

Box 15, Folder 7

Education and Health Education. 1957.

Box 15, Folder 8

Education and Health Education. 1958 59.

Box 15, Folder 9

Education and Health Education. 1960 - 65.

Box 15, Folder 10

Education Reports. 1957 - 62. (2 binders)

Box 16, Folder 

Education Reports. 1957-62. (2 binders)

Box 17, Folder 1

Electrical Engineering. 1958 - 59.

Box 17, Folder 2

Electrical Engineering. 1960 - 62.

Box 17, Folder 3

Electrical Engineering. 1963 - 70.

Box 17, Folder 4

E.E. Appointments Committee. 1957 - 58.

Box 17, Folder 5

E.E. Appointments Committee. 1959 - 60.

Box 17, Folder 6

E.E. Appointments Committee. 1961.

Box 17, Folder 7

E.E. Appointments Committee. 1962.

Box 17, Folder 8

E.E. Appointments Committee. 1963.

Box 18, Folder 1

Electrical Engineering - Solid State Electronics. 1958 - 59.

Box 18, Folder 2

Electrical Engineering - Solid State Electronics. 1960 - 62.

Box 18, Folder 3

Electrical Engineering - Solid State Electronics. 1963 - 65.

Box 18, Folder 4

Electrical Engineering - Solid State Electronics. 1966 - 69.

Box 18, Folder 5

Electronics Research Laboratory. 1956 - 57.

Box 18, Folder 6

Electronics Research Laboratory. 1958 - 59.

Box 18, Folder 7

Electronics Research Laboratory. 1961 - 62.

Box 19, Folder 1

Electronics Research Laboratory. 1962 - 63.

Box 19, Folder 2

Electronics Research Laboratory. 1962 - 63. Research coordination and salaries charged to government accounts.

Box 19, Folder 3

Electronics Research Laboratory. 1964.

Box 19, Folder 4

Electronics Research Laboratory. 1965.

Box 19, Folder 5

End Quarter Deficiencies. 1962 68 (list of students).

Box 19, Folder 6

Engineering. 1958.

Box 19, Folder 7

Engineering. 1959.

Box 20, Folder 1

Engineering. 1960.

Box 20, Folder 2

Engineering. 1961.

Box 20, Folder 3

Engineering. 1962.

Box 20, Folder 4

Engineering. 1963.

Box 20, Folder 5

Engineering. 1964.

Box 20, Folder 6

Engineering. 1965.

Box 21, Folder 1

Engineering. 1966.

Box 21, Folder 2

Engineering. 1967.

Box 21, Folder 3

Engineering. 1968.

Box 21, Folder 4

Engineering. 1969.

Box 21, Folder 5

Engineering. 1970.

Box 21, Folder 6

Engineering. 1971.

Box 21, Folder 7

Engineering Advisory Council. 1966 68.

Box 21, Folder 8

Engineering Advisory Council. 1969 - 72.

Box 22, Folder 1

Engineering-Economic Systems. 1961 - 67.

Box 22, Folder 2

Engineering-Economic Systems - Franklin A. Lindsay 1962. (file on candidate for teaching position)

Box 22, Folder 3

Engineering Education, Study of. 1967 - 69.

Box 22, Folder 4

Engineering - Engineering Mechanics. 1960 - 61.

Box 22, Folder 5

Engineering - Ford Foundation. 1958 - 59.

Box 22, Folder 6

Engineering - Ford Foundation. 1960.

Box 22, Folder 7

Engineering - Ford Foundation. 1961 - 65.

Box 22, Folder 8

Engineering - Plasma. 1959 - 62.

Box 22, Folder 9

Engineering - Plasma. 1963 - 64.

Box 22, Folder 10

Engineering - Undergraduate. 1962.

Box 23, Folder 1

English. 1958 - 63.

Box 23, Folder 2

English for Foreign Students. 1962 - 63.

Box 23, Folder 3

Executive Committee (of Academic Council). 1964.

Box 23, Folder 4

F

Box 23, Folder 5

Faculty Housing. 1959 - 63. (mainly concerns eligibility)

Box 23, Folder 6

Faculty Housing. 1964 - 65.

Box 23, Folder 7

Faculty Recreation Committee. 1960 - 62.

Box 23, Folder 8

Fair Employment. 1964 - 65. (minority recruiting practices)

Box 23, Folder 9

Fallout. 1962.

Box 23, Folder 10

Fellowship Funds. 1962 63.

Box 23, Folder 11

Food Research Institute. 1957 - 60.

Box 23, Folder 12

Food Research Institute. 1961 - 62.

Box 24, Folder 1

Food Research Institute. 1963 66.

Box 24, Folder 2

Food Research Institute Flores. 1964 - 65 (visiting Professor 1964).

Box 24, Folder 3

Food Research Institute - Terman Review. 1964 (large binder of memoranda, correspondence, reports and information compiled by Terman in a review of FRI faculty and operations in 1964).

Box 25, Folder 1

Ford Foundation. 1956 - 59.

Box 25, Folder 2

Ford Foundation. 1960 - 61.

Box 25, Folder 3

Ford Foundation. 1962 - 70.

Box 25, Folder 4

Ford Foundation - Data Processing Study. 1956 - 65.

Box 25, Folder 5

Ford Foundation - Major grants. 1959 - 60.

Box 25, Folder 6

Ford Foundation - Priorities Schedule. 1960.

Box 25, Folder 7

Ford Foundation - School and department needs. 1960.

Box 25, Folder 8

Foreign Students. 1963 - 65. (enrollment statistics)

Box 25, Folder 9

Form Letters. 1956 - 62. (sample replies)

Box 26, Folder 1

French. 1962 - 64.

Box 26, Folder 2

Freshmen - Distribution among courses. 1960. (based on sample of 100 frosh).

Box 26, Folder 3

Freshman Overage. 1961 - 62. ("Overage" refers to greater number of frosh enrollees than anticipated folders deal with necessary adjustments)

Box 26, Folder 4

Freshman Tensions. 1960 - 61.

Box 26, Folder 5

Fringe Benefits. 1960 - 62.

Box 26, Folder 6

Fringe Benefits. 1963 - 68.

Box 26, Folder 7

Fringe Benefits - Family Medical Plan. 1961.

Box 26, Folder 8

Fringe Benefits - Major Medical. 1960 - 61.

Box 26, Folder 9

Fringe Benefits - Major Medical. 1962.

Box 26, Folder 10

Fringe Benefits - Tuition Exchange. 1961 - 62.

Box 26, Folder 11

Furtado, Celsa. 1964. (Ousted superintendent of Development in Brazil, considered for Economics teaching position at Stanford.)

Box 27, Folder 1

G - GI

Box 27, Folder 2

GO - GZ

Box 27, Folder 3

General Electric. 1955 - 1963.

Box 27, Folder 4

General Studies, Committee on. 1958 - 60. (Minutes)

Box 27, Folder 5

General Studies, Committee on. 1961 - 62. (Minutes)

Box 27, Folder 6

General Studies, Committee on. 1963. (Minutes)

Box 27, Folder 7

General Studies, Committee on. 1964. (Minutes)

Box 28, Folder 1

Geography Department. 1956 - 62.

Box 28, Folder 2

Gift Campaign. 1960 - 61.

Box 28, Folder 3

Gift Program - General. 1957 60.

Box 28, Folder 4

Gifts - Annual Giving. 1952 60. (Annual and weekly reports)

Box 28, Folder 5

Gifts - Annual Giving. 1961 62. (Weekly reports)

Box 28, Folder 6

Gifts - Annual Giving. 1963. (Weekly reports)

Box 28, Folder 7

Gifts - Annual Giving. 1964. (Weekly reports)

Box 28, Folder 8

Gifts - Unrestricted. 1961 - 65.

Box 29, Folder 1

Gilfillan Brothers, Inc. 1950 - 61.

Box 29, Folder 2

Government Policies on Research. 1963.

Box 29, Folder 3

Grade distribution. 1959 - 62.

Box 29, Folder 4

Grade distribution. 1963 - 64.

Box 29, Folder 5

Graduate Admissions Office. 1961 - 64.

Box 29, Folder 6

Graduate Dean; Graduate Study Committee. 1955 58.

Box 29, Folder 7

Graduate Dean; Graduate Study Committee. 1959.

Box 29, Folder 8

Graduate Dean; Graduate Study Committee. 1960 62.

Box 29, Folder 9

Graduate Dean; Graduate Study Committee. 1963 66; 1969.

Box 30, Folder 1

Graduate Division - Special Funds. 1963 - 65.

Box 30, Folder 2

Graduate Division - Special Programs. 1975. (Report by F. W. Crawford, "Review of Special Ph.D. Program, 1952 - 75)

Box 30, Folder 3

Graphic Arts. 1956.

Box 30, Folder 4

Guerard Professorship. 1960 - 61.

Box 30, Folder 5

H HI

Box 30, Folder 6

HO HZ

Box 30, Folder 7

Harvard University. 1956 - 60.

Box 30, Folder 8

Harvard University. 1961 - 70.

Box 30, Folder 9

Health Service. 1962 - 63.

Box 30, Folder 10

Heffner, Hubert. 1963 - 70.

Box 31, Folder 1

Hispanic-American Studies. 1958 - 61.

Box 31, Folder 2

Hispanic-American and Luso-Brazilian Studies.1962 - 65.

Box 31, Folder 3

History. 1956 - 65.

Box 31, Folder 4

Hofstadter, Robert. 1962 - 64.

Box 31, Folder 5

Hofstadter Accelerator. 1962 - 63.

Box 31, Folder 6

Honors Co-operative Program. 1956 - 59; 1971.

Box 31, Folder 7

Hoover Institution. 1956 - 61.

Box 31, Folder 8

Hoover Institution. 1962 - 65; 1973.

Box 31, Folder 9

Hoover Institution - Appointments. 1960 - 62.

Box 32, Folder 1

Hopkins Marine Station. 1958 - 60.

Box 32, Folder 2

Hopkins Marine Station. 1961.

Box 32, Folder 3

Howard, Jan. 1963.

Box 32, Folder 4

Hughes Aircraft. 1958.

Box 32, Folder 5

Humanities and Sciences, School of. 1958-60

Box 32, Folder 6

Humanities and Sciences, School of. 1961-65

Box 32, Folder 7

Humanities Council. 1960-61

Box 32, Folder 8

I

Box 32, Folder 9

Industrial Engineering. 1959-66

Box 32, Folder 10

Industrial Park. 1958-70

Box 32, Folder 11

Instructional Program at Stanford, development of. 6/12/80

Box 33, Folder 1

International Business Machines (IBM) 1956-67

Box 33, Folder 2

International Studies, Committee on. 1955-57

Box 33, Folder 3

International Studies, Committee on. 1958

Box 33, Folder 4

International Studies, Committee on. 1959; 1962-66

Box 33, Folder v.5

Larger binder kept by FET of memos, reports, and funding proposals of International Studies 1961-65

Box 34, Folder 1

L

Box 34, Folder 2

Jacks Fund. 1963-65

Box 34, Folder 3

K

Box 34, Folder 4

Kemnitzer, William. 1962-66

Box 34, Folder 5

Kennedy, Joseph P., Jr.- Foundation. 1964

Box 34, Folder 6

Kern County Land Company. 1957-59

Box 34, Folder 7

Klystron Royalties. 1952-75

Box 34, Folder 8

Krafve, Richard E.

Box 34, Folder 9

L-LI

Box 34, Folder 10

LO - LZ

Box 35, Folder 1

Land and Building Development. 1955; 1957 - 58. (Advisory Committee - minutes and agenda)

Box 35, Folder 2

Land and Building Development,. 1959. (Advisory Committee - minutes and agenda)

Box 35, Folder 3

Land and Building Development. 1960. (Advisory Committee - minutes and agenda)

Box 35, Folder 4

Land and Building Development. 1963 - 65. (Advisory Committee - minutes and agenda)

Box 35, Folder 5

Land and Building Development - Engineering Subcommittee. 1955 - 59.

Box 35, Folder 6

Land and Building Development - Faculty Housing. 1955 - 59.

Box 35, Folder 7

Land and Building Development - Master Plan. 1954; 1956; 1960.

Box 35, Folder 8

Land Development - Annexation Election. 1960.

Box 36, Folder 1

Law. 1959 - 62.

Box 36, Folder 2

Law. 1963.

Box 36, Folder 3

Law. 1965 - 66; 1971.

Box 36, Folder 4

Law - New Dean. 1963. (Bayless Manning)

Box 36, Folder 5

Law - Ten Year Plan. 1961. (For years 1961-70)

Box 36, Folder 6

Leave Policy. 1964 - 65.

Box 36, Folder 7

Libraries. 1957 - 58.

Box 36, Folder 8

Libraries. 1959 - 60.

Box 36, Folder 9

Libraries. 1961.

Box 36, Folder 10

Libraries. 1962.

Box 37, Folder 1

Libraries. 1963 - 69.

Box 37, Folder 2

Library Development Fund. 1960 - 61.

Box 37, Folder 3

Library Development Fund. 1962 - 64.

Box 37, Folder 4

Library - Director. 1962 65. (Search for Ray Swark's successor - Appointment of Rutherford Rogers.)

Box 37, Folder 5

Library Needs. 1959 - 60; 1962. (Prepared in relation to Ford Foundation Proposal.)

Box 37, Folder 6

Linvill, John. 1959 - 70. (Contains much information on his invention, the Optacon.)

Box 37, Folder 7

Linvill, William. 1961 - 65.

Box 37, Folder 8

Linvill, William. 1966 - 70.

Box 38, Folder 1

Lockheed. 1956 - 65.

Box 38, Folder 2

L.S.D. 1963 - 66.

Box 38, Folder 3

M ME

Box 38, Folder 4

MI MY

Box 38, Folder 5

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).1958 - 63.

Box 38, Folder 6

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 1964 - 69.

Box 38, Folder 7

Materials Research, Center for (C.M.R.). 1960 - 61. (Proposals submitted to the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the DOD; correspondence with this group; minutes of executive committee)

Box 39, Folder 1

Materials Research, Center for. 1962 - 68.

Box 39, Folder 2

Materials Science. 1959 - 60.

Box 39, Folder 3

Materials Science. 1961 - 63.

Box 39, Folder 4

Mathematics. 1955 - 59.

Box 39, Folder 5

Mathematics. 1960 - 63.

Box 39, Folder 6

Mechanical Engineering. 1958 - 61; 1965.

Box 39, Folder 7

Medical School. 1955 - 58.

Box 39, Folder 8

Medical School. 1959.

Box 39, Folder 9

Medical School. 1960.

Box 40, Folder 1

Medical School. 1961.

Box 40, Folder 2

Medical School. 1962.

Box 40, Folder 3

Medical School. 1963.

Box 40, Folder 4

Medical School. 1964.

Box 40, Folder 5

Medical School. 1965.

Box 40, Folder 6

Medical School. 1966 - 71.

Box 40, Folder 7

Medical School - Committee on Appointment Policy. 1964.

Box 41, Folder 1

Medical School - Dean Search. 1964. Includes the following groups: a. Search Committee Statement b. Current Candidates C. Comroe, Julius d. Elaser, Robert e. Richmond, Julius f. Tenney, Marsh

Box 41, Folder 2

Medical School - Morrell, F. 1960.

Box 41, Folder 3

Medical School Study - Background Material. 1956 - 61.

Box 41, Folder 4

Medical School Study - Clinical. 1960 - 62.

Box 41, Folder 5

Medical School Study - Finances. 1960 - 62.

Box 41, Folder 6

Medical School Study - Palo Alto-Stanford Hospital. 1961 - 62.

Box 41, Folder 7

Medical School Study - Pre-Clinical Departments. 1960 - 61.

Box 41, Folder 8

Medical School Study - Problems. 1962.

Box 41, Folder 9

Medical School Study - Miscellaneous. 1961 62.

Box 41, Folder 10

Men's Physical Education. Jan. 1964.

Box 41, Folder 11

Merner, Garfield and Paul. 1962 - 69.

Box 41, Folder 12

Metallurgy. 1958 - 59.

Box 41, Folder 13

Michigan State University. 1958 - 60.

Box 41, Folder 14

Microwave Laboratory. 1956 - 64.

Box 41, Folder 15

Modern European Languages. 1956 - 64.

Box 42, Folder 1

Moulton, Robert H., Jr. 1958 - 64.

Box 42, Folder 2

Moving Expenses. 1959 - 65.

Box 42, Folder 3

Music. 1956 - 1961.

Box 42, Folder 4

N

Box 42, Folder 5

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1961 - 62.

Box 42, Folder 6

NASA. 1963.

Box 42, Folder 7

NASA. 1964.

Box 42, Folder 8

NASA. 1965 - 70.

Box 42, Folder 9

National Defense Education Act (NDEA). 1958 - 59.

Box 42, Folder 10

NDEA. 1960 - 70.

Box 42, Folder 11

National Endowment for the Humanities. 1965.

Box 43, Folder 1

National Institutes of Health. 1962 - 68.

Box 43, Folder 2

National Merit Scholarships. 1963.

Box 43, Folder 3

National Science Foundation (including fellowships). 1957 - 59.

Box 43, Folder 4

NSF. 1960 - 63.

Box 43, Folder 5

NSF. 1964 - 70.

Box 43, Folder 6

NSF Facilities Proposals. 1959 - 62.

Box 43, Folder 7

NSF Facilities Proposals. 1963.

Box 43, Folder 8

NSF Facilities Proposals. 1964.

Box 44, Folder 1

Neuristor. 1960. (invention applicable to computer technology)

Box 44, Folder 2

New York, City University of. 1964 - 65.

Box 44, Folder 3

Nuclear Technology. 1957 - 66.

Box 44, Folder 4

0

Box 44, Folder 5

oceanography. 1959.

Box 44, Folder 6

office of Naval Research. 1956 - 75.

Box 44, Folder 7

Operations Research, Committee on. 1961 - 65.

Box 44, Folder 8

Operations Research: Committee in; Affiliated Faculty. 1961 - 64.

Box 44, Folder 9

Overhead Costs Studies: Department Administration. 1960 - 61.

Box 44, Folder 10

Overhead Costs Studies: General and Administrative. 1960 - 61.

Box 44, Folder 11

Overhead Cost Studies. Medical School. 1960 62.

Box 44, Folder 12

Overhead Costs: Miscellaneous. 1960 - 64.

Box 45, Folder 1

P

Box 45, Folder 2

Patents. 1956; 1962 - 65.

Box 45, Folder 3

Peck Professorship. 1962.

Box 45, Folder 4

Personnel Office. 1961 - 64.

Box 45, Folder 5

Philosophy. 1955 - 1963.

Box 45, Folder 6

Philosophy: Nivison Appointment. 1957 - 58.

Box 45, Folder 7

Physical Sciences. 1960.

Box 45, Folder 8

Physics Department. 1954 - 57.

Box 45, Folder 9

Physics Department. 1958.

Box 45, Folder 10

Physics Department. 1959 - 65.

Box 45, Folder 11

Pike, Thomas. 1961 - 64.

Box 45, Folder 12

Political Science. 1955 - 65.

Box 45, Folder 13

Political Science: Visiting Chair. 1962 - 65.

Box 46, Folder 1

Ponlatoff Professorship. 1961 - 64.

Box 46, Folder 2

Potter, James. 1969.

Box 46, Folder 3

President's Scientific Advisory Council (PSAC): Travel. 1961 - 65.

Box 46, Folder 4

Press (Stanford University) Building. 1960.

Box 46, Folder 5

Princeton University. 1963 - 67.

Box 46, Folder 6

Pritchard Program. 1966 - 68. (R. L. Pritchard's program for graduate student recruiting)

Box 46, Folder 7

Prospective Students. 1960 - 64.

Box 46, Folder 8

Prospective Students. 1969 - 70.

Box 46, Folder 9

Prospective Students: Special Cases. 1958 61.

Box 46, Folder 10

Psychology. 1953 - 65.

Box 46, Folder 11

Q

Box 46, Folder 12

Quantitative Methods in Behavioral Sciences. 1958; 1962.

Box 46, Folder 13

R - Rh

Box 46, Folder 14

RI - RZ

Box 46, Folder 15

Radioscience Laboratory. 1965.

Box 46, Folder 16

Registrar. 1957 - 65.

Box 46, Folder 17

Research Corporation. 1959 - 64.

Box 46, Folder 18

Research Space Reserve. 1962 - 63.

Box 46, Folder 19

Rhinelander, Philip. 1956 - 61.

Box 46, Folder 20

Rhinelander, Philip: Problems. 1958 - 1961.

Box 46, Folder 21

Rousch Professorship. 1961 - 65.

Box 47, Folder 1

S SP

Box 47, Folder 2

ST SZ

Box 47, Folder 3

Sabbatical Leave. 1955 - 56.

Box 47, Folder 4

Salary Advances. 1961 - 63.

Box 47, Folder 5

Salary Scale Information. 1947 - 1959.

Box 47, Folder 6

Salary Scale Information. 1960 - 63.

Box 47, Folder 7

Salary Scale Information. 1964 - 71.

Box 47, Folder 8

Salary Tabulations. 1963 - 64.

Box 48, Folder 2

Schaffner, Charles. 1969.

Box 48, Folder 1

Sanford Project. 1963 - 65.

Box 48, Folder 3

Sears, Robert P. 1961-64.

Box 48, Folder 4

Senior Research Associate. 1957-64.

Box 48, Folder 5

Seven University Group. 1959.

Box 48, Folder 6

Shelters, Fall-out. 1963.

Box 48, Folder 7

Shiffman, Max. 1960 - 74.

Box 48, Folder 8

Shockley, William. 1955 - 67.

Box 48, Folder 9

Shockley, William. 1968 - 69.

Box 48, Folder 10

Shockley, William. 1970 - 72.

Box 48, Folder 11

Sloan Foundation. 1963 - 65.

Box 48, Folder 12

Small Classes. 1961.

Box 48, Folder 13

Sociology. 1955 - 58.

Box 48, Folder 14

Sociology. 1959 - 65.

Box 49, Folder 1

Spaeth, Carl. 1963.

Box 49, Folder 2

Special Programs in Humanities. 1957 - 1964.

Box 49, Folder 3

Spectrum Magnetic Industries. 1962.

Box 49, Folder 4

Speech and Drama. 1956 - 59.

Box 49, Folder 5

Speech and Drama. 1961.

Box 49, Folder 6

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center - "Project M." 1956 - June 1958.

Box 49, Folder 7

SLAC. July-Dec. 1958.

Box 49, Folder 8

SLAC. 1959.

Box 49, Folder 9

SLAC. Jan.-Oct. 1960.

Box 49, Folder 10

SLAC. Nov.-Dec. 1960.

Box 49, Folder 11

SLAC. Jan.-May 1961.

Box 49, Folder 12

SLAC. June-Dec. 1961

Box 50, Folder 1

SLAC. Jan.-May 1962.

Box 50, Folder 2

SLAC. June-Dec. 1962.

Box 50, Folder 3

SLAC. Jan.-June 1963.

Box 50, Folder 4

SLAC. July-Dec. 1963.

Box 50, Folder 5

SLAC. 1964.

Box 50, Folder 6

SLAC. Jan.-May 1965.

Box 50, Folder 7

SLAC. June-Dec. 1965.

Box 50, Folder 8

SLAC. 1966-71.

Box 50, Folder 9

SLAC Committee. 1960-61.

Box 51, Folder 1

SLAC Congressional Hearings. 1959 - 60.

Box 51, Folder 2

SLAC - 1961 Hearings booklet.

Box 51, Folder 3

SLAC - Physics Department. 1964.

Box 51, Folder 4

SLAC - Proposals and Publicity. 1957 - 59.

Box 51, Folder 5

SLAC - Woodside Power Problems - Sand Hill alignment. 1963 - 64.

Box 51, Folder 6

Stanford Overseas Studies. 1957 - 60.

Box 51, Folder 7

Stanford Overseas Studies. 1961.

Box 52, Folder 1

Stanford Overseas Studies. 1963 - 69.

Box 52, Folder 2

Stanford Research Institute: Basic Research. 1954 - 55.

Box 52, Folder 3

SRI: Basic Research. 1956.

Box 52, Folder 4

SRI: Basic Research Plans and Cash Flow Projections. 1964.

Box 52, Folder 5

SRI: Board of Directors. 1958.

Box 52, Folder 6

SRI: Board of Directors. Jan.-June 1959.

Box 52, Folder 7

SRI: Board of Directors. July-Dec. 1959.

Box 52, Folder 8

SRI: Board of Directors. Jan.-June 1960.

Box 53, Folder 1

SRI: Board of Directors. July-Dec. 1960.

Box 53, Folder 2

SRI: Board of Directors. Jan.-May 1961.

Box 53, Folder 3

SRI: Board of Directors. June-Dec. 1961.

Box 53, Folder 4

SRI: Board of Directors. Jan.-July 1962.

Box 53, Folder 5

SRI: Board of Directors. Aug.-Dec. 1962.

Box 53, Folder 6

SRI: Board of Directors. 1963.

Box 53, Folder 7

SRI: Board of Directors. 1964 - 66.

Box 54, Folder 1

SRI Board of Directors: Minutes. 1960 - 61.

Box 54, Folder 2

SRI Board of Directors: Minutes. 1962 - 63.

Box 54, Folder 3

SRI Board of Directors: Minutes. 1964 - 65.

Box 54, Folder 4

SRI - Computers. 1962 - 65.

Box 54, Folder 5

SRI - Demonstrations. 1968 - 69.

Box 54, Folder 6

SRI - Draper Committee. 1965. (special committee chaired by William Draper to examine Institute's objectives)

Box 54, Folder 7

SRI - Executive Committee. 1960 - 63.

Box 54, Folder 8

SRI - Executive Committee. 1964 - 65.

Box 54, Folder 9

SRI - Executive Committee - memos and notes. 1964 65.

Box 54, Folder 10

SRI - Executive Committee - reports to Exec. Com. 1965.

Box 55, Folder 1

SRI - Finance Committee. 1961 - 62.

Box 55, Folder 2

SRI - Financial Statements. 1961 - 65.

Box 55, Folder 3

SRI - Folkers, Carl. 1964 - 65.

Box 55, Folder 4

SRI - Fund raising. 1964 - 65.

Box 55, Folder 5

SRI Grant.

Box 55, Folder 6

SRI - New Associates Plan. 1965.

Box 55, Folder 7

SRI - Packard, David - material for. 1965 - 66.

Box 55, Folder 8

SRI - Personnel Committee. 1961 62.

Box 55, Folder 9

SRI - Research Committee. 1961.

Box 55, Folder 10

SRI - Scientist's Search. 1961 62 (Search for SRI Director).

Box 56, Folder 1

SRI - Stanford Relations. 1961 65.

Box 56, Folder 2

SRI - Stanford Committee. 1963 65.

Box 56, Folder 3

SRI - Stanford (Weldon Gibson).

Box 56, Folder 4

SRI - Stanford Joint Committee - Reports. 1965.

Box 56, Folder 5

SRI - Miscellaneous Problems. 1962 - 65.

Box 56, Folder 6

SRI - Miscellaneous Publications and Responses. 1964 - 66.

Box 56, Folder 7

Statistics, Department of. 1951 - 64.

Box 56, Folder 8

Statler Hotel Project. 1958.

Box 56, Folder 9

Steere, William. 1957 - 58.

Box 56, Folder 10

Student Financial Aid. 1957 - 60.

Box 56, Folder 11

Student Financial Aid. 1961 - 65.

Box 57, Folder 1

Student Housing. 1960 - 61.

Box 57, Folder 2

Student Problems - Stanford and Berkeley. 1964 - 65.

Box 57, Folder 3

Student Problems - Stanford and Berkeley. 1966 - 67.

Box 57, Folder 4

Summer Festival. 1963 65.

Box 57, Folder 5

Summer Session. 1956 59.

Box 57, Folder 6

Summer Session. 1960 65.

Box 57, Folder 7

Suppes, Patrick. 1965.

Box 57, Folder 8

Supplementary Compensation, Committee on. 1957 64.

Box 57, Folder 9

T TI.

Box 57, Folder 10

TO TZ

Box 58, Folder 1

Tarr, Curtis. 1960 - 72.

Box 58, Folder 2

Tenure Policy. 1959 - 63.

Box 58, Folder 3

Tenure Policy. 1964 - 65.

Box 58, Folder 4

Terman - Meetings with departments guidelines. 1956 - 57.

Box 58, Folder 5

Texaco. 1960.

Box 58, Folder 6

Trustees, Board of. 1956 - 61.

Box 58, Folder 7

Trustees, Board of. 1962 - 65.

Box 58, Folder 8

Tuition rates - information. 1960 74.

Box 58, Folder 9

U

Box 58, Folder 10

Undergraduate Education. 1961 - 63.

Box 58, Folder 11

Undergraduate Education. 1964 - 65.

Box 59, Folder 1

Undergraduate Instruction. May-Sept. 1962 (History Department experiment)

Box 59, Folder 2

Undergraduate Residence Program. 1964 - 69.

Box 59, Folder 3

Union Negotiations. 1964. (re Hansen Labs, SEL and SLAC)

Box 59, Folder 4

United States Office of Education. 1964 - 69.

Box 59, Folder 5

Universities Research Association. 1965 - 66. (re 200 bev National Accelerator)

Box 59, Folder 6

University Distinguished Professorships. 1957 59.

Box 59, Folder 7

University Relations. 1960 - 65.

Box 59, Folder 8

V

Box 59, Folder 9

Varian - Fellowship and General Correspondence. 1956 - 65.

Box 59, Folder 10

Vice-Presidents' Meetings. 1959 - 64.

Box 59, Folder 11

Villard, Oswald G., Jr. 1963 - 66.

Box 59, Folder 12

Visiting Committees at Stanford. 1960 - 63.

Box 59, Folder 13

Visiting Committees: Harvard, MIT, Princeton. 1959 - 60.

Box 59, Folder 14

Visitors at Stanford. 1958 - 71.

Box 60, Folder 1

W WE

Box 60, Folder 2

WH WZ

Box 60, Folder 3

Weissbluth, Mitchell. 1962 - 63.

Box 60, Folder 4

Wert, Robert. 1958 - 67.

Box 60, Folder 5

Whitaker, Douglas. 1956.

Box 60, Folder 6

Whitaker, Virgil. 1963 - 71.

Box 60, Folder 7

Wickizes, Vernon. 1955 - 63.

Box 60, Folder 8

Wilbur, Ray Lyman. 1972.

Box 60, Folder 9

William, Prince of Gloucester. 1963 - 65.

Box 60, Folder 10

Women. 1958 - 62.

Box 60, Folder 11

Women's Physical Education. 1956 - 57.

Box 60, Folder 12

Woodrow Wilson Fellowships. 1958 - 67.

Box 60, Folder 13

X-Y-Z.

Box 60, Folder 14

Yale. 1960 - 65.

 

PROVOST'S STAFF MEETINGS

Scope and Contents note

Contains minutes, agendas and supporting documents (memoranda) -arranged chronologically by meeting. For each meeting the agenda is filed first, followed by various attachments-relevant to meeting, and finally the minutes of the meeting. The supporting documents are not necessarily filed chronologically, but instead in the order in which they were attached to agenda.
Box 61, Folder 1

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Sept.-Dec. 1959.

Box 61, Folder 2

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Jan.-June 1960.

Box 61, Folder 3

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Sept.-Dec. 1960.

Box 61, Folder 4

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Jan.-July 1961.

Box 61, Folder 5

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Sept. 1961-April 1962.

Box 62, Folder 1

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. May-June 1962.

Box 62, Folder 2

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Sept.-Dec. 1962.

Box 62, Folder 3

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Jan.-June 1963.

Box 62, Folder 4

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Dec. 1963-March 1964.

Box 62, Folder 5

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. April-June 1964.

Box 63, Folder 1

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. Nov. 1964-Feb. 1965.

Box 63, Folder 2

Provost's Staff Meetings: Minutes, agenda, memoranda. March-August 1965.

Box 63, Folder 3

Provost's appointment calendar. 1959 - 60.

Box 63, Folder 4

Provost's appointment calendar. 1960 - 61.

Box 63, Folder 5

Provost's appointment calendar. 1961 -62.

Box 63, Folder 6

Provost's appointment calendar. 1962 -63.

Box 63, Folder 7

Provost's appointment calendar. 1963 -64.

Box 63, Folder 8

Provost's appointment calendar. 1964 -65.

 

STUDIES FOR STERLING

 

Control of Faculty Size (Faculty Planning)

Box 64, Folder 1

Faculty Planning Program Report. 1966 - 68. Memoranda requesting Study and Comments on results. Text of report by F. E. Terman, Oct. 1967.

Box 64, Folder 2

Data on faculty appointments: Harvard, MIT, Yale, Princeton, UCB - 1957-59; 1967-69.

Box 64, Folder 3

Data on faculty appointments at Stanford. 1955 - 67. -Statistics on faculty growth; student enrollment. -Miscellaneous tabulations: NAS summary; age distribution. -FET's tabulations of anticipated faculty retirements. 1967-2007.

Box 64, Folder 4

Faculty Planning: 1969 follow-up report. -Statistics. -Drafts of 2 reports: "Higher education is a highly competitive business," and "Faculty planning." (according to note by Terman, study was never fully presented because of interference by student demonstrations)

Box 64, Folder 

Fringe Benefits Study.

Box 64, Folder 5

Fringe Benefits - general. 1967 - 60.

Box 64, Folder 6

Medical Clinic Plan. 1966.

Box 64, Folder 

Retirement Study.

Box 64, Folder 7

Retirement Policy - miscellaneous material. 1955 - 65.

Box 64, Folder 8

Retirement Policy - approved by Advisory Board. March 1959.

Box 64, Folder 9

Supplementary Pension Program. 1966 - 67.

Box 64, Folder 10

Faculty Retirement Dates: 1964 - 2007 (compiled in 1964 and 1967) (lists by department and by year)

Box 64, Folder 11

Retirement Study: Terman Report, Oct. 17, 1966.

Box 64, Folder 12

Retirement Study: Misc. correspondence. 1966 - 68.

 

Retirement Study 1966

Scope and Contents note

These two large binders contain the data and calculations compiled by Terman on all financial aspects of Stanford faculty retirement.
Box 65, Folder Volume 1

Emeritus lists; information from personnel; TIAA and CREF tables and information; responses to Virgil Anderson's survey of emeritus faculty income.

Box 65, Folder Volume 2

Individual salary and case histories, listed both by year of retirement, and alphabetically.

 

Budgeting Studies (General Fund Ceiling): GSB

Box 66, Folder 1

Request for General Fund Ceiling Study and background materials. Sept.-Nov. 1969. (Requested by President Pitzer through E. Howard Brooks, Vice-Provost)

Box 66, Folder 2

GSB Budget Study: Correspondence and data. 1969 - 71.

Box 66, Folder 3

GSB Budget Study: Working statistics. 1969 - 70.

Box 66, Folder Volume 4

GSB Budget Study: Working materials. Binder containing memoranda, data, and calculations compiled by Terman for General Fund Ceiling Study.

Box 66, Folder Volume 5

GSB Budget Study: Working materials. Binder containing GSB budgets, course consumption, and Controller's tabulations compiled by Terman for Study.

Box 66, Folder 6

Harvard General Fund Ceiling System. May 1970. (Terman's memos on conversations with Harvard administrative officers on their budgeting system.)

Box 66, Folder 7

GSB Budget Study: Final Report, March 10, 1970. (2 copies: one marked by Terman; the other unmarked)

 

Budgeting Studies (General Fund Ceiling): Law School 1970.

Folder 1

Law School Budget Study: Working materials. Binder containing memoranda, data, and calculations compiled by Terman for study.

Box 67, Folder 2

Law School Budget Study: Report July 1970. "Applications of General Fund Ceiling Operation to Stanford Law School and Stanford Graduate School of Business: A Comparative Study."

 

Budgeting Studies (General Fund Ceiling): Bershader Committee. 1975.

Biographical/Historical note

Task force chaired by Dr. Daniel Bershader to review question of budget allocation in other Stanford professional schools.
Box 67, Folder 3

Bershader Committee Materials. 1974 - 75.

 

DATA PROCESSING IN THE PROVOST'S OFFICE (computer print-outs)

Box 68, Folder 1

1951 - 52.

Box 68, Folder 2

1955 - 56.

Box 68, Folder 3

1956 - 57. Computer Print-outs

Box 68, Folder 4

1957 - 58.

Box 68, Folder 5

1958 - 59.

Box 68, Folder 6

1959 -60.

Box 68, Folder 7

1960 -61.

Box 68, Folder 8

1961 -62. Course Enrollment Statistics: Three-Quarter Summary

Box 69, Folder 1

1962 -63.

Box 69, Folder 2

1963 -64.

Box 69, Folder 3

1964 - 65.

Box 69, Folder 4

1965 - 66.

Box 69, Folder 5

1966 - 67.

Box 69, Folder 6

1967 - 68.

Box 70, Folder 1

Course Enrollment: by student level. 1956 57.

Box 70, Folder 2

Course enrollment: by level; by sex. 1958 59.

Box 70, Folder 3

Grade Distribution Report: 1956 - 57; 1960 61; 1962 63

Box 70, Folder 4

Grade Distribution: Three-Quarter Summary. 1964 - 65.

Box 70, Folder 5

Course enrollment report: By quarter. 1970 - 71.

Box 70, Folder 6

Course enrollment report: By quarter. 1974 - 75.

Box 70, Folder 

Courses by Instructor

Box 71, Folder 1

1955 - 56; 1956 - 57.

Box 71, Folder 2

1957 - 58; 1958 - 59.

Box 71, Folder 3

1959 - 60.

Box 71, Folder 4

1960 - 61.

Box 71, Folder 5

1961 - 62.

Box 71, Folder 6

1962 - 63.

Box 72, Folder 1

1963 - 64.

Box 72, Folder 2

1964 - 65.

Box 72, Folder 3

1965 - 66.

Box 72, Folder 4

1966 - 67.

Box 72, Folder 5

1967 - 68.

Box 72, Folder 6

1968 - 69.

Box 73, Folder 1

Courses by Instructor: 1969-70.

Box 73, Folder 2

Courses by Instructor: 1970 - 71.

Box 73, Folder 3

Courses by Instructor: 1971 - 72.

Box 73, Folder 4

Summer Session Enrollment: 1955 - 62.

Box 73, Folder 5

Summer Session Enrollment: 1962 - 69.

Box 74, Folder 1

Staffing: Business, Education, Engineering. Nov. 1967.

Box 74, Folder 2

Staffing: Humanities and Sciences. Nov. 1967.

Box 74, Folder 3

Staffing: Law, Earth Sciences, Misc. Nov. 1967.

Box 74, Folder 4

Staffing: Business, Education, Engineering. July 1968.

Box 74, Folder 5

Staffing: Humanities and Sciences. July 1968.

Box 74, Folder 6

Staffing: Law, Administration, Biophysics, FRI, misc. July 1978.

Box 75, Folder 1

Graduate Financial Aid. 1956 - 57.

Box 75, Folder 2

Graduate Scholarship Study. Dec. 1957.

Box 75, Folder 3

Graduate Students: Tuition Fee Analysis. 1958.

Box 75, Folder 4

Room Utilization. 1956 - 57.

Box 75, Folder 5

Faculty Salaries. 1956 - 59.

Box 75, Folder 6

Faculty Salaries. 1961 - 62.

Box 75, Folder 7

Report of Department Restricted Funds. Nov. 30, 1957.

Box 75, Folder 8

Student Distribution by Major. 1956 - 57.

Box 75, Folder 9

Statement of Available Funds as of May 31, 1957.

Box 75, Folder 10

Retirement Calculations, Assuming Equities Funds and 15% throughout 1966.

Box 75, Folder 11

Tuition Waiver Study (Faculty-Staff Children). Summer 1967.

 

BUDGET WORKING PAPERS

Scope and Contents note

(binders containing memoranda, data and calculations compiled by Terman to be used in figuring yearly budgets)
Box 76, Folder Volume 1

1956 - 57.

Box 76, Folder 2

1957 - 58.

Box 76, Folder 3

1958 - 59.

Box 76, Folder 4

1959 - 60.

Box 76, Folder 5

1960 - 61.

Box 76, Folder 6

1961 - 62, part I (excludes H. and S. budget materials)

Box 76, Folder 7

1961 - 62 part II (H. and S.)

Box 77, Folder Volume 1

1962 - 63, part I.

Box 77, Folder 2

1962 - 63, part II.

Box 77, Folder 3

1963 - 64: Controller's Information.

Box 77, Folder 4

1963 - 64.

Box 77, Folder 5

1964 - 65: Business, Earth Sciences, Education.

Box 77, Folder 6

1964 - 65: Engineering, H. & S.

Box 77, Folder 7

1964 - 65: Controller's Data; miscellaneous.

Box 77, Folder 8

1964 - 65: Allocation; Planning; Graduate Division; Revisions.

Box 77, Folder 9

1964 - 65: Non-academic; Libraries; Medicine; Reserve.

Box 77, Folder 10

Income and Expenditure Forecast 1963 - 66: Assuming Major and Prolonged Economic Decline starting 1962 - 63. 1962.

Box 77, Folder 11

Budget History. 1965.

 

MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATIVE FILES

Box 78, Folder 1

Graduate Division Accounts: General and Pending; N.S.F. Institutional Grants. 1964 - 65.

Box 78, Folder 2

Graduate Division Accounts: NSF Programs; NIH Pre-doctoral Fellowships, 1963 - 65.

Box 78, Folder 3

Graduate Division Accounts: NDEA: NASA; Woodrow Wilson. 1963 - 65.

Box 78, Folder 4

Graduate Division Accounts: Misc. Academic;Provost's Reserve. 1963 - 65.

Box 78, Folder 5

Study of Undergraduate Education: F. E. Terman's File. 1955. (grade distribution; percentage of undergraduate units taught by individuals of each rank; study of Freshman English; Report of the Committee on the Course of Study at Yale)

Box 78, Folder 6

Study of Undergraduate Education: Terman's File.1955. (Alumni survey; CEEB comparative institutional scores; survey of graduating seniors)

Box 78, Folder 7

Study of Undergraduate Education: Terman's File.1955. (Study of variables used to determine freshman admission; CEEB achievement test scores of entering freshmen)

Box 78, Folder 8

Presidential Search (Tresidder's successor) - 1948:Faculty Advisory Committee correspondence, Agenda, Minutes, Lists.

Box 78, Folder 9

Presidential Search - 1948: Candidate recommendations from Stanford faculty and alumni.

Box 78, Folder 10

Presidential Search - 1948: "C" series candidate recommendations (recommendations to be distributed to Faculty Committee only, and not to Trustees Committee)

Box 78, Folder 11

Presidential Search - 1948: Solicited recommendations and acknowledgments.

Box 78, Folder 12

Presidential Search - 1948: Board of Trustees correspondence and lists.

Box 78, Folder 13

Presidential Search - 1948: Lists of Candidates.

 

STATISTICAL DATA (Termans' Personal Files)

Box 79, Folder 

Direct Instruction Costs Per Student Credit Hour. 1962 - 63; 1968 - 69. 8 binders.

Box 80, Folder 

Engineering School Statistics. 1962 - 65. 7 binders. Includes one binder on Honors Cooperative Program and one binder on Electrical Engineering.

Box 81, Folder 

Student Statistics. 1962 - 65. 6 binders. Includes two binders on graduate enrollment; two binders on Ph.D. output per faculty member; one on financial aid; one on NSF fellowships.

Box 82, Folder 

Faculty Statistics. One binder on faculty salaries, 1962 - 72; one binder, faculty rosters per department, 1962 - 72.

 

Miscellaneous University Statistics,

General Physical Description note: 4.0
Box 83, Folder 1

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1951 - 52.

Box 83, Folder 2

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1953 - 54.

Box 83, Folder 3

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1955 - 56.

Box 83, Folder 4

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1957 - 58.

Box 83, Folder 5

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1959 - 60.

Box 83, Folder 6

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1961 - 62.

Box 83, Folder 7

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1963 - 64.

Box 83, Folder 8

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1965 - 66.

Box 83, Folder 9

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1967 - 68.

Box 83, Folder 10

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1969 - 70.

Box 83, Folder 11

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1971 - 72.

Box 83, Folder 12

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAMS: ANNOTATED TO SHOW FACULTY Ph.D. OUTPUT 1973.

 

Professional Organizations Series IV 1934-1977

Scope and Contents note

Box 1: American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1934-49. Although he was a member of this group, and served on its Communications Committee, Dr. Terman was not particularly active in the organization. He was more active in the competing electrical engineering society, the Institute of Radio Engineers. In 1963, the two groups merged, forming the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. the A.I.E.E. folders are arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each folder.
Boxes 2-4: American Society for Engineering Education, 1946-77. From the time he became Engineering Dean in 1946 until his appointment as Provost in 1955, Dr. Terman was active in this society, including serving on its board of directors and holding a vice-presidency. During his years as Provost, he had little time to participate in the society, but after his retirement in 1965, became active again. Terman was awarded the Lamme Medal for distinction in engineering education in 1964, and was elected to the A.S.E.E. Hall of Famein 1968. Since 1969, the Hewlett-Packard Company has sponsored the A.S.E.E.'s Frederick Emmons Terman Award presented annually to an outstanding young electrical engineering educator. These files, containing correspondence, minutes, and reports are arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within each folder.
Boxes 5-7: Institute of Electric and Electronics Engineering, 1963-77.
I.E.E.E. was created in 1964 by the merger of A.I.E.E. and I.R.E. Dr. Terman became active in this group following his retirement in 1965, and was particularly involved in the activities of the Life Member Fund Committee, serving as its chairman for several years. He was also a member of the I.E.E.E. History Committee, and developed active cooperation between the two groups. In addition, he was an editorial advisor to the I.E.E.E. magazine Spectrum from 1973 to 1976. These papers pertain primarily to these three activities. The folders are arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each folder.
Boxes 8-16: Institute of Radio Engineers, 1936-52. The I.R.E. was the professional society in which Dr. Terman was most active, serving on many committees. He was elected president in 1941, the first Westerner to hold that office. In the course of his presidency, he restructured-the central offices of the I.R.E., and effected several other significant changes to upgradeadministrative efficiency. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each folder.
Boxes 17-18: Institute for Science and Technology in New Jersey, 1965-69. This organization was formed by a group of corporate executives with major research laboratories in northern New Jersey. They had observed the positive influence of Stanford University on the surrounding high technology companies, and wished to create a similar environment in their area. They formed an industry committee to study the feasibility of creating and underwriting a suitable institution, and engaged Dr. Terman to work out in detail its design and cost. This proposed educational center was never built, because although most of the participating companies agreed with the plans in principle, they did not wish to fully commit themselves financially. The final report that Terman wrote for this project is especially interesting, for it describes in detail his concept of the ideal university-industry liaison. These topically arranged files contain background material and general correspondence; Terman's research and working materials; and his reports.
Boxes 19-26: Sigma Xi, 1955-76. Sigma Xi is a national honorary society similar to Phi Beta Kappa which emphasizes ability or potential in scientific or technical research. Dr. Terman has been a full member of the Stanford Chapter since 1924, but these files are concerned with his more recent involvement in the society, after his retirement from University administration. He served on the Executive Committee from 1968 to 1976, and was the national president in 1975. Some of his important duties during this time were site visits to evaluate campuses wishing to affiliate with Sigma Xi, and presiding over the installation of new clubs and chapters. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each folder.
 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS

Box 1, Folder 1

General Correspondence. 1934 - 36.

Box 1, Folder 2

General Correspondence. 1937 - 39.

Box 1, Folder 3

General Correspondence. 1941 - 42; 1945.

Box 1, Folder 4

Basic Sciences, Committee on. 1947 - 49.

Box 1, Folder 5

Communications, Committee on. 1934 - 38.

Box 1, Folder 6

Communications, Committee on. 1939 - 42.

Box 1, Folder 7

Convention, 1939 (San Francisco). 1937 - 39.

Box 1, Folder 8

Convention, 1940 (New York). 1939 - 40.

Box 1, Folder 10

Research, Committee on. 1947 - 49.

Box 1, Folder 9

Education, Committee on. 1935 - 41.

 

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ENGINEERING EDUCATION

Box 2, Folder 1

General Correspondence. 1946 - 51.

Box 2, Folder 2

General Correspondence. 1956 - 71.

Box 2, Folder 3

Engineering College Administrative Council. 1946 48.

Box 2, Folder 4

Engineering College Administrative Council. 1949.

Box 2, Folder 5

Engineering College Administrative Council. 1950.

Box 2, Folder 6

Engineering College Administrative Council. 1951.

Box 2, Folder 7

Engineering College Administrative Council. Manpower Committee. 1950 - 51.

Box 2, Folder 8

Engineering College Administrative Council. Military Affairs Committee. 1950 - 51.

Box 2, Folder 9

Engineering College Administrative Council. Nominating Committee. 1951.

Box 2, Folder 10

Engineering College Administrative Council. Committees, miscellaneous. 1949.

Box 2, Folder 11

Engineering College Administrative Council. Committees, miscellaneous. 1950 - 51.

Box 2, Folder 12

Engineering College Administrative Council. Meeting. Kansas City. 1949.

Box 2, Folder 13

Engineering College Administrative Council. Meeting. Seattle. 1950.

Box 3, Folder 1

Engineering College Administrative Council.Meeting. Washington. 1950.

Box 3, Folder 2

Engineering College Administrative Council. Program Plans. 1951.

Box 3, Folder 3

Engineering College Research Council. 1946 - 48.

Box 3, Folder 4

Engineering College Research Council. 1949 - 50.

Box 3, Folder 5

Engineering College Research Council. 1951.

Box 3, Folder 6

Engineering Manpower Statistics Committee. 1968 76.

Box 3, Folder 7

Executive Board. June 1949 - May 1950.

Box 3, Folder 8

Executive Board. June 1950 - June 1951.

Box 4, Folder 1

Institutional Development, Committee for. 1965 67.

Box 4, Folder 2

Lamme Award Committee. 1969 - 72.

Box 4, Folder 3

Terman Award. 1969.

Box 4, Folder 4

Terman Award. 1970.

Box 4, Folder 5

Terman Award. 1971.

Box 4, Folder 6

Terman Award. 1972.

Box 4, Folder 7

Terman Award. 1973.

Box 4, Folder 8

Terman Award. 1974.

Box 4, Folder 9

Terman Award. 1975.

Box 4, Folder 10

Terman Award. 1976.

Box 4, Folder 11

Terman Award. 1977.

 

INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS

Box 5, Folder 1

General Correspondence. 1963 - 64.

Box 5, Folder 2

General Correspondence. 1965 - 66.

Box 5, Folder 3

General Correspondence. 1967 - 69.

Box 5, Folder 4

General Correspondence. 1970 - 71.

Box 5, Folder 5

General Correspondence. 1972 - 73.

Box 5, Folder 6

General Correspondence. 1974.

Box 5, Folder 7

Awards. 1970 - 73.

Box 5, Folder 8

Founders Award (to Hewlett and Packard). 1972 73.

Box 5, Folder 9

History Committee. 1969 - 70.

Box 5, Folder 10

History Committee. 1971 - 72.

Box 5, Folder 11

History Committee. 1973.

Box 5, Folder 12

History Committee. 1974.

Box 5, Folder 13

History Committee. 1975 - 77.

Box 6, Folder 1

History Committee. Alger, Philip correspondence. 1972 - 74.

Box 6, Folder 2

History Committee. Bicentennial Project (Harold Chestnut proposal).

Box 6, Folder 3

History Committee. Bicentennial Publication Project (James Brittain). 1973 - 75-.

Box 6, Folder 4

History Committee. Farmer, Moses.

Box 6, Folder 5

History Committee. Hughes, Thomas correspondence and lists. 1972 - 74.

Box 6, Folder 6

History Committee. Membership. 1972 - 74.

Box 6, Folder 7

History Committee. Oral History Project (Frank Polkinghorn). 1972 - 74.

Box 6, Folder 8

History Committee. Report. 1974.

Box 6, Folder 9

History Committee. Smithsonian Institution Correspondence. 1972 - 74.

Box 6, Folder 10

Life Member Fund Committee. 1970 - 71.

Box 6, Folder 11

Life Member Fund Committee. 1972.

Box 6, Folder 12

Life Member Fund Committee. 1973 - 74.

Box 6, Folder 13

Life Member Fund Committee. Annual Meeting Agenda. 1971.

Box 6, Folder 14

Life Member Fund Committee. Annual Meeting Agenda. 1972.

Box 7, Folder 1

Life Member Fund Committee. Finances. 1966 - 71.

Box 7, Folder 2

Life Member Fund Committee. Keyes, William. 1971 - 72.

Box 7, Folder 3

Life Member Fund Committee. Mailings. 1972.

Box 7, Folder 4

Life Member Fund Committee. Membership. 1970 - 71.

Box 7, Folder 5

Life Member Fund Committee. Suggestions for projects. 1971 - 72.

Box 7, Folder 6

Life Member Yearbook/Directory. 1972 73.

Box 7, Folder 7

Spectrum articles. 1973.

Box 7, Folder 8

Spectrum articles. 1974.

Box 7, Folder 9

Spectrum articles. 1976.

 

INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS

Box 8, Folder 1

General Correspondence. 1934 - 36.

Box 8, Folder 2

General Correspondence. 1937 - 39.

Box 8, Folder 3

General Correspondence. 1940.

Box 8, Folder 4

General Correspondence. 1941.

Box 8, Folder 5

General Correspondence. 1942.

Box 8, Folder 6

General Correspondence. 1943.

Box 8, Folder 7

General Correspondence. 1944.

Box 8, Folder 8

General Correspondence. 1945.

Box 8, Folder 9

General Correspondence. 1946.

Box 8, Folder 10

General Correspondence. 1947 - 48.

Box 9, Folder 1

General Correspondence. Jan. 1949 - June 1950.

Box 9, Folder 2

General Correspondence. Sept. 1950 - Aug. 1952.

Box 9, Folder 3

General Correspondence. 1953 - 55.

Box 9, Folder 4

General Correspondence. 1956 - 59.

Box 9, Folder 5

General Correspondence. 1960 - 61.

Box 9, Folder 6

General Correspondence. 1962.

Box 9, Folder 7

Accountant's Report. 1941.

Box 9, Folder 8

Accountant's Report. 1947.

Box 9, Folder 9

Accountant's Report. 1948.

Box 9, Folder 10

Admissions Committee. 1941 - 42.

Box 9, Folder 11

Annual Review Committee. 1946 - 47.

Box 9, Folder 12

Awards Committee. 1940.

Box 9, Folder 13

Awards Committee. 1942 - 44.

Box 9, Folder 14

Chicago Section. 1940 - 41.

Box 9, Folder 15

Code of Administrative Practice. 1941.

Box 9, Folder 16

Constitution and Laws Committee. 1946 - 47.

Box 9, Folder 17

Constitutional Amendments. 1941.

Box 9, Folder 18

Conventions: 1937 (Spokane). Aug. 1936 -April 1937.

Box 10, Folder 1

Conventions: 1937 (Spokane). May - June 1937.

Box 10, Folder 2

Conventions: 1937 (Spokane). July - August 1937.

Box 10, Folder 3

Conventions: 1937 (Spokane). Undated material and fragments.

Box 10, Folder 4

Conventions: 1938 (Portland). Feb. - May 1938.

Box 10, Folder 5

Conventions: 1939 (San Francisco). Oct. 1938 -Feb. 1939.

Box 10, Folder 6

Conventions: 1939 (San Francisco). March 1939.

Box 10, Folder 7

Conventions: 1939 (San Francisco). April 1939.

Box 10, Folder 8

Conventions: 1939 (San Francisco). May - Aug. 1939.

Box 10, Folder 9

Conventions: 1940 (Los Angeles). Aug. 1939-Dec. 1940.

Box 10, Folder 10

Conventions: 1941 (New York, Detroit). 1940 42.

Box 11, Folder I

Conventions: 1941 (Seattle). 1940 - 41.

Box 11, Folder 2

Conventions: 1947 (San Francisco). 1947.

Box 11, Folder 3

Conventions: 1948 (Los Angeles). 1948 - 49.

Box 11, Folder 4

Conventions: 1949 (San Francisco). 1949.

Box 11, Folder 5

Conventions: 1951 (San Francisco). 1950 - 51.

Box 11, Folder 6

Directors, Board of. 1939 - 40.

Box 11, Folder 7

Directors, Board of. 1941.

Box 11, Folder 8

Directors, Board of. 1942.

Box 11, Folder 9

Directors, Board of. Jan. - April 1943.

Box 11, Folder 10

Directors, Board of. May - Sept. 1943.

Box 12, Folder 1

Directors, Board of. Oct. - Dec. 1943.

Box 12, Folder 2

Directors, Board of. Oct. 1947 - Nov. 1948.

Box 12, Folder 3

Directors, Board of. Jan. 1949 - Jan. 1950.

Box 12, Folder 4

Education Committee. 1949 - 50.

Box 12, Folder 5

Election (Presidency). 1940.

Box 12, Folder 6

Electronics Committee. 1936 - 40.

Box 12, Folder 7

Executive Committee. Minutes. 1941.

Box 12, Folder 8

Executive Committee. Supporting documents. 1941.

Box 12, Folder 9

Executive Committee. 1942.

Box 12, Folder 10

Executive Committee. 1943.

Box 13, Folder 1

Executive Committee. 1948.

Box 13, Folder 2

Executive Committee. Jan. 1949 - Jan. 1950.

Box 13, Folder 3

Handbook Committee. 1945 - 48.

Box 13, Folder 4

Membership Committee. 1938 - 40.

Box 13, Folder 5

Membership Committee. Jan. - July 1941.

Box 13, Folder 6

Membership Committee. Aug. - Sept. 1941.

Box 13, Folder 7

Membership Committee. Oct. - Dec. 1941.

Box 13, Folder 8

Membership Committee. 1942 - 43.

Box 13, Folder 9

Membership Committee. 1949 - 51.

Box 13, Folder 10

Membership: John M. Clayton correspondence. 1941.

Box 13, Folder 11

Membership: Professors. 1941.

Box 13, Folder 12

Membership: Statistics and data. 1942.

Box 13, Folder 13

Membership: Students. 1938 - 40.

Box 14, Folder 1

Membership: Students. Undated material. c. 1938 40.

Box 14, Folder 2

Membership: Students. 1940 - 42.

Box 14, Folder 3

Membership: Students. 1948 - 50.

Box 14, Folder 4

Membership: Students. Manual for Institute Representatives. 1950.

Box 14, Folder 5

Membership survey. 1941.

Box 14, Folder 6

New Sections. 1940 - 42.

Box 14, Folder 7

New York Section. 1940 - 41.

Box 14, Folder 8

Nominations Committee. 1951 - 52.

Box 14, Folder 9

Nominations Committee. 1953-; 1955.

Box 14, Folder 10

Office re-organization. 1941.

Box 14, Folder 11

Policy Development Committee. 1948 49.

Box 14, Folder 12

Pratt, Haraden. 1941.

Box 14, Folder 13

Presidency. 1940 - 41.

Box 15, Folder 1

Proceedings. 1941 - 42.

Box 15, Folder 2

Proceedings: Advertising Campaign. 1940 - 42.

Box 15, Folder 3

Proceedings: Advertising Solicitation. 1941.

Box 15, Folder 5

Regional Director. Oct. 1947 - Aug. 1948.

Box 15, Folder 4

Professional Groups Committee. 1947 - 48.

Box 15, Folder 6

Regional Director. Sept. - Dec. 1948.

Box 15, Folder 7

Regional Director. Jan. - May 1949.

Box 15, Folder 8

Regional Director. June - Dec. 1949.

Box 15, Folder 9

Regional Director. 1954 - 55; 1957.

Box 16, Folder 1

Reports, miscellaneous. 1941; 1948; 1949.

Box 16, Folder 2

Research Committee. 1945 - 48.

Box 16, Folder 3

San Francisco Section. 1938 - 41.

Box 16, Folder 4

Secretary's Report. 1939.

Box 16, Folder 5

Secretary's Report. 1940.

Box 16, Folder 6

Secretary's Report. 1941.

Box 16, Folder 7

Secretary's Report. 1942.

Box 16, Folder 8

Secretary's Report. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 9

Secretary's Report. 1948.

Box 16, Folder 10

Secretary's Report. 1949.

Box 16, Folder 11

Secretary's Report. 1950.

Box 16, Folder 12

Sections Committee. 1941.

Box 16, Folder 13

Standards Committee. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 14

Travel. 1941.

 

INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN NEW JERSEY

Box 17, Folder I

General Correspondence. 1965 - 66.

Box 17, Folder 2

General Correspondence. Jan. - May 1967.

Box 17, Folder 3

General Correspondence. June 1967 - 1969.

Box 17, Folder 4

Background Materials. 1965 - 66.

Box 17, Folder 5

Brochures. c. 1965 - 66.

Box 17, Folder 6

Bylaws and Charter. 1966.

Box 17, Folder 7

Expenses. 1966.

Box 17, Folder 8

Expenses - Industry Committee. 1965 - 66.

Box 17, Folder 9

Millman, Sidney. 1965 - 66.

Box 17, Folder 10

Minutes. 1966 - 67; 1969.

Box 17, Folder 11

President. 1967.

Box 17, Folder 12

Report. Sept. 1965.

Box 18, Folder 1

Report. Oct. 1965.

Box 18, Folder 2

Report. June 1966.

Box 18, Folder 3

Report: Worksheets. 1966.

Box 18, Folder 4

Statements of purposes and goals. 1966.

Box 18, Folder 5

Supplementary memos. Sept. 1966.

Box 18, Folder 6

Working materials: corporations. 1965 - 66.

Box 18, Folder 8

Working materials: library and departments. 1965 66.

Box 18, Folder 7

Working materials: finances. 1965 - 66.

Box 18, Folder 9

Working materials: U.S. Government. 1965 - 66.

Box 18, Folder 10

Working materials: miscellaneous. 1965 - 66.

Box 18, Folder 11

SIGMA XI

Box 19, Folder 1

General Correspondence. 1955 - 58.

Box 19, Folder 2

General Correspondence. 1967.

Box 19, Folder 3

General Correspondence. 1968.

Box 19, Folder 4

General Correspondence. 1969.

Box 19, Folder 5

General Correspondence. 1970.

Box 19, Folder 6

General Correspondence. 1973.

Box 19, Folder 7

General Correspondence. 1974.

Box 19, Folder 8

General Correspondence. Jan. - June 1975.

 

SIGMA XI

Box 19, Folder 9

General Correspondence. July - Dec. 1975.

Box 19, Folder 10

General Correspondence. 1976.

Box 19, Folder 11

Amendments to the Constitution, Committee on. 1973.

Box 19, Folder 12

Budget Committee. 1975.

Box 19, Folder 13

Building Fund. 1974 - 75.

Box 19, Folder 14

Committee Appointments. 1974.

Box 19, Folder 15

Conventions Committee. 1967 - 69.

Box 20, Folder 1

Directors, Board of. Meeting, June 1973.

Box 20, Folder 2

Directors, Board of. Meeting, Oct. 1973.

Box 20, Folder 3

Directors, Board of. Meeting, Jan. 1974.

Box 20, Folder 4

Directors, Board of. Meeting, April 1974.

Box 20, Folder 5

Directors, Board of. Meeting, Nov. 1974.

Box 20, Folder 6

Directors, Board of. Meeting, Feb. 1975.

Box 20, Folder 7

Directors, Board of. Meeting, June 1975.

Box 20, Folder 8

Directors, Board of. Meeting, Oct., Nov. 1975.

Box 20, Folder 9

Directors, Board of. Meeting, Feb. 1976.

Box 20, Folder 10

Directors, Board of. Meeting, June 1976.

Box 21, Folder 1

Directors, Board of. Meeting, Nov. 1976.

Box 21, Folder 2

Executive Committee Meeting. Dec. 1966.

Box 21, Folder 3

Executive Committee Meetings. March, Sept., Dec. 1967.

Box 21, Folder 4

Executive Committee Meetings. March 1968.

Box 21, Folder 5

Executive Committee Meetings. July, Oct. 1968.

Box 21, Folder 6

Executive Committee Meetings. Jan., June 1969.

Box 21, Folder 7

Executive Committee Meetings. June 1970.

Box 21, Folder 8

Executive Committee Meetings. Oct. 1970.

Box 21, Folder 9

Executive Committee Meetings. Feb. 1976.

Box 21, Folder 10

Executive Committee Meetings. May 1976.

Box 21, Folder 11

Finance Committee. 1971 - 73.

Box 21, Folder 12

Finance Committee. 1974.

Box 21, Folder 13

Finance Committee. 1975.

Box 21, Folder 14

Financial Information. 1976.

Box 22, Folder 1

Grinter, Linton E. (President). 1974.

Box 22, Folder 2

Installation ritual. 1974.

Box 22, Folder 3

Installation. F. E. Terman's speeches. 1973 - 74.

Box 22, Folder 4

installations - miscellaneous. 1967 - 68; 1970.

Box 22, Folder 5

International Chapter. 1974.

Box 22, Folder 6

International Chapter. 1976.

Box 22, Folder 7

Lectureships, Committee on. 1966; 1973.

Box 22, Folder 8

Long Range Planning Committee. 1970 - 72.

Box 22, Folder 9

Long Range Planning Committee. Jan. - Feb. 1973.

Box 22, Folder 10

Long Range Planning Committee. May 1973.

Box 22, Folder 11

Long Range Planning Committee. 1974.

Box 22, Folder 12

Long Range Planning Committee. Jan. - June 1975.

Box 22, Folder 14

"Lost" Stanford alumni. 1971 72.

Box 22, Folder 13

Long Range Planning Committee. July 1975 - June 1976.

Box 23, Folder 1

Membership problem. 1975.

Box 23, Folder 2

Motto. 1968.

Box 23, Folder 3

National meeting, 1966 (Washington, D.C.).

Box 23, Folder 4

National meeting, 1967 (Portsmouth).

Box 23, Folder 5

National meeting, 1968 (Portsmouth).

Box 23, Folder 6

National meeting, 1969 (Palm Springs).

Box 23, Folder 7

National meeting, 1970 (Palm Springs).

Box 23, Folder 8

National meeting, 1972 (Myrtle Beach).

Box 23, Folder 9

National meeting, 1973 (Fontana).

Box 23, Folder 10

National meeting, 1973 (Fontana). Reports of committees and proceedings.

Box 23, Folder 11

National meeting, 1974 (Fredericksburg).

Box 24, Folder 1

National meeting, 1975 (Fredericksburg).

Box 24, Folder 2

National meeting, 1976 (Hershey).

Box 24, Folder 3

New Clubs and Chapters. Bowling Green State University. 1975.

Box 24, Folder 4

New Clubs and Chapters. Herbert Lehmann College. 1974.

Box 24, Folder 5

New Clubs and Chapters. Medical College of Georgia. 1974.

Box 24, Folder 6

New Clubs and Chapters. New Jersey Institute of Technology. 1975.

Box 24, Folder 7

New Clubs and Chapters. Oakland University. 1974.

Box 24, Folder 8

New Clubs and Chapters. Portland State University. 1972 - 74.

Box 25, Folder 1

New Clubs and Chapters. Southern Methodist University. 1974 - 75.

Box 25, Folder 2

New Clubs and Chapters. University of Dayton, 1970; 1973 - 74.

Box 25, Folder 3

New Clubs and Chapters. University of Texas, Arlington. 1969 - 70.

Box 25, Folder 4

New Clubs and Chapters. University of Texas, El Paso. 1971 - 72.

Box 25, Folder 5

New Clubs and Chapters. University of Texas, El Paso. 1973 - 75.

Box 25, Folder 6

New Clubs and Chapters. University of Toledo. 1975.

Box 25, Folder 7

New Clubs and Chapters. Miscellaneous. 1974 76.

Box 25, Folder 8

News and Newsletter. 1973 - 76.

Box 26, Folder 1

Nominations Committee. 1972.

Box 26, Folder 2

Nominations Committee. 1975.

Box 26, Folder 3

President's message, American Scientist masthead. 1975.

Box 26, Folder 4

Regions, Committee on. 1973 - 75.

Box 26, Folder 5

Role of Sigma Xi in the Public Understanding of Science, Ad Hoc Committee on, 1975 - 76.

Box 26, Folder 6

Science and Society Committee. 1975.

Box 26, Folder 7

Seeger, Raymond. 1974 - 75.

Box 26, Folder 8

Southwest Region (including Stanford). 1973 74.

Box 26, Folder 9

Southwest Region Meeting. 1976.

Box 26, Folder 10

Stanford Chapter. 1973 - 74:

Box 26, Folder 11

Stanford Chapter. Activities. 1969 - 75.

Box 26, Folder 12

Stanford Chapter. Finances. 1972 - 74.

Box 26, Folder 13

Stanford Chapter. History. 1976.

Box 26, Folder 14

Travel Expenses. 1973 - 74.

 

Patents, Consulting, and Research Series V 1923-1978

Scope and Contents note

Box 1-Box 3, folder 5: Patent applications, 1926-40. Dr. Terman's invention disclosures; correspondence with attorneys; and correspondence with the U.S. Patent Office to obtain letters of patent for various electronic devices and systems. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each folder.
Box 3, folder 6-Box 4: Correspondence and negotiations, 1928-35. Correspondence negotiating sale of Terman's patent rights to various individuals and companies. The folders are arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent or company.
Boxes 5-10: Miscellaneous consulting, 1928-78. These boxes contain papers documenting Dr. Terman's commercial consulting career as a technical advisor, or in some patent cases, as an expert witness,-for various individuals and companies including Cyril Elwell, Encyclopedia Britannica, Federal Telegraph, General Electric, Gilfillan Brothers, and Heintz and Kaufman. These folders are arranged alphabetically by the name of the company or individual.
Of particular interest in this group are the papers related to the Television shares Management Company (Box 6, folder 9 -Box 10), an investment firm specializing in electronics and other high technology stocks. From 1948 to 1978, Dr. Terman was a scientific advisor to the company, keeping it abreast of the latest technological developments that might affect stock performance. In this capacity, he wrote monthly reports on electronics activities in the Bay Area that will be useful to researcher in the hisory of technology.
Box 11: Miscellaneous research materials, 1923-39. Dr. Terman's student reports and papers; laboratory notebooks; and notarized papers related to his personal research.
 

PATENTS

Box 1, Folder 1

Applications: Electric Detector and Frequency Changing System. 1926 - 32.

Box 1, Folder 2

Applications: Electrical Measuring Instrument. 1927 - 33.

Box 1, Folder 3

Applications: Frequency Changing System. 1930 - 35.

Box 1, Folder 4

Applications: Frequency Multiplier. 1926 - 34.

Box 1, Folder 5

Applications: High Efficiency Amplifier. 1936 - 40.

Box 1, Folder 6

Applications: Inductance Coils. 1926 - 32.

Box 1, Folder 7

Applications: Loss Metering Circuit. 1929 - 33.

Box 1, Folder 8

Applications: Method of Adjacent Channel Transmission. 1932 - 33.

Box 1, Folder 9

Applications: Modulation Meter. 1931 - 33.

Box 2, Folder 1

Applications: Multirange Meter. 1936 - 39.

Box 2, Folder 2

Applications: Oscillating Radio Receiver. 1933 - 35.

Box 2, Folder 3

Applications: Radio Receiving System. 1931 - 36.

Box 2, Folder 4

Applications: Signaling System. 1929 - 32.

Box 2, Folder 5

Applications: Thermionic Tube. (No. 532,742). 1930 34.

Box 2, Folder 6

Applications: Thermionic Tube. (No. 546,024). 1931 34.

Box 2, Folder 7

Applications: Thermionic Tube. (No. 546,025). 1931 34.

Box 2, Folder 8

Applications: Variable Reactance Circuit. 1930 - 35.

Box 2, Folder 9

Applications: Variable Vacuum Tube Resistor. 1931 - 35.

Box 2, Folder 10

Applications - abandoned: Chain Broadcasting System. 1930 - 31.

Box 2, Folder 11

Applications - abandoned: Frequency Changing and Amplifying System. 1926 - 28.

Box 2, Folder 12

Applications - abandoned: Frequency Changing System. 1927 - 29.

Box 3, Folder 1

Applications - abandoned: Frequency Increasing Superheterodyne. 1926.

Box 3, Folder 2

Applications - abandoned: Method and Apparatus for Frequency Changing and Amplifying. 1926 - 31.

Box 3, Folder 3

Applications - abandoned: Radio Frequency Amplifier. 1926 - 29.

Box 3, Folder 4

Applications - abandoned: Rectifying System. 1927 - 32.

Box 3, Folder 5

Applications - abandoned: Sum Frequency Receiver. 1926.

Box 3, Folder 6

Correspondence and Negotiations: Elwell, Cyril F. 1932 - 37.

Box 3, Folder 7

Correspondence and Negotiations: Federal Telegraph Company. 1929 - 31.

Box 3, Folder 8

Correspondence and Negotiations: Hazeltine Corporation. 1935.

Box 3, Folder 9

Correspondence and Negotiations: Heintz and Kaufman. 1934 - 37.

Box 3, Folder 10

Correspondence and Negotiations: Hickock Electrical Instrument Co. 1935.

Box 3, Folder 11

Correspondence and Negotiations: ITT and Subsidiaries. 1942 - 45.

Box 3, Folder 12

Correspondence and Negotiations: Patent Pool. 1930 - 40.

Box 4, Folder 1

Correspondence and Negotiations: RCA. 1935.

Box 4, Folder 2

Correspondence and Negotiations: Raytheon. 1935.

Box 4, Folder 3

Correspondence and Negotiations: Wired Radio, Inc. General. 1928 - 32.

Box 4, Folder 4

Correspondence and Negotiations: Wired Radio, Inc. Inductance Coil. 1929 - 31.

Box 4, Folder 5

Correspondence and Negotiations: Wired Radio, Inc. Inverted Vacuum Tubes. Data. 1927.

Box 4, Folder 6

Correspondence and Negotiations: Wired Radio, Inc.. 1 1. 1. Inverted Vacuum Tube. 1928 -29.

Box 4, Folder 7

Correspondence and Negotiations: Wired Radio, Inc. Inverted Vacuum Tube. 1930 -34.

Box 4, Folder 8

Correspondence and Negotiations: Miscellaneous. 1926 - 32.

Box 4, Folder 9

Letters Patent issued. 1930 - 34.

Box 4, Folder 10

Letters Patent issued. 1935 - 40.

Box 4, Folder 11

Numbered disclosures. Undated.

Box 4, Folder 12

Numbered disclosures. Undated.

Box 4, Folder 13

Patent Searches - closed. 1930 - 31.

 

CONSULTING

Box 5, Folder 1

Alco Products. 1932.

Box 5, Folder 2

Elwell, Cyril F. Television negotiations. 1933 - 35.

Box 5, Folder 3

Encyclopaedia Britannica Yearbook of Science. 1967.

Box 5, Folder 4

Encyclopaedia Britannica Yearbook of Science. 1968.

Box 5, Folder 5

Encyclopaedia Britannica Yearbook of Science. 1969.

Box 5, Folder 6

Encyclopaedia Britannica Yearbook of Science. 1970.

Box 5, Folder 7

Encyclopaedia Britannica Yearbook of Science. 1971 - 73.

Box 5, Folder 8

Federal Telegraph. 1928.

Box 5, Folder 9

Frank Rieber, Incorporated. 1928 - 30.

Box 5, Folder 10

General Electric Company. 1955 - 56.

Box 5, Folder 11

Gillfillan Brothers. May 1946 - June 1948.

Box 5, Folder 12

Gillfillan Brothers. July 1948 - July 1952.

Box 5, Folder 13

Heintz and Kaufman. 1930 - 33.

Box 5, Folder 14

McClatchy Broadcasting Company. 1945 - 46.

Box 5, Folder 15

McCormack Steamship Company. 1934.

Box 5, Folder 16

Patent interference cases. Miscellaneous. 1933 - 34.

Box 5, Folder 17

Patent interference cases. 1948 - 52.

Box 6, Folder 1

Patent interference cases. Armstrong Patents. 1949 - 51.

Box 6, Folder 2

Patent interference cases. Farnsworth vs. Zworykin. 1932 - 33.

Box 6, Folder 3

Patent interference cases. Heintz and Kaufman vs. RCA. 1935 - 36.

Box 6, Folder 4

Patent interference cases. Lowe Patents. 1934.

Box 6, Folder 5

Patent interference cases. Walsh Patents. 1932 - 34.

Box 6, Folder 6

Radio broadcast towers. 1934 - 38.

Box 6, Folder 7

Rand Project. 1947 - 48.

Box 6, Folder 8

Stewart-Warner Corporation. 1954 - 56.

Box 6, Folder 9

Television Shares Management Company. 1948.

Box 6, Folder 10

Television Shares Management Company. 1949.

Box 6, Folder 11

Television Shares Management Company. 1950 - 51.

Box 6, Folder 12

Television Shares Management Company. 1952.

Box 6, Folder 13

Television Shares Management Company. 1953.

Box 6, Folder 14

Television Shares Management Company. 1954 - 55.

Box 6, Folder 15

Television Shares Management Company. 1956 - 58.

Box 6, Folder 16

Television Shares Management Company. 1959 - 60.

Box 6, Folder 17

Television Shares Management Company. 1961 - 62.

Box 7, Folder 1

Supervised Investor's Services. (Formerly Television Shares Management co.). 1963 - 65.

Box 7, Folder 2

Supervised Investor's Services. 1966 - 67.

Box 7, Folder 3

Supervised Investor's Services. 1968 - 71.

Box 7, Folder 4

Supervised Investor's Services. 1972 - 78.

Box 7, Folder 5

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1955.

Box 7, Folder 6

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1956 - 57.

Box 7, Folder 7

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1958 - 59.

Box 7, Folder 8

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1960 - 61.

Box 7, Folder 9

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1962 - 63.

Box 7, Folder 10

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1964.

Box 7, Folder 11

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1965.

Box 7, Folder 12

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1966.

Box 7, Folder 13

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1967.

Box 7, Folder 14

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1968.

Box 7, Folder 15

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1969.

Box 7, Folder 16

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1970.

Box 7, Folder 17

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1971.

Box 7, Folder 18

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1972.

Box 7, Folder 19

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1973.

Box 8, Folder 1

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1974.

Box 8, Folder 2

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1975.

Box 8, Folder 3

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1976.

Box 8, Folder 4

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1977.

Box 8, Folder 5

TSMC - SIS: Monthly Reports on Electronics Activities. 1978.

Box 9, Folder 

Card files kept by Dr. Terman on high technology companies for use in preparing monthly reports for TSMC - SIS.

Box 10, Folder 

Card files kept by Dr. Terman on high technology companies for use in preparing monthly reports for TSMC - SIS.

 

MISCELLANEOUS RESEARCH MATERIALS

Box 11, Folder 1

Miscellaneous reports and papers. (Includes some of Terman's student work.) 1923 - 27.

Box 11, Folder 2

Laboratory notebook. 1930 - 35.

Box 11, Folder 3

Laboratory notebook. Nov. 1938 - Feb. 1939.

Box 11, Folder 4

Notarized documents related to research discoveries. 1925 - 26.

Box 11, Folder 5

Notarized documents related to research discoveries. 1927 - 29; 1937.

 

Government-Related Consulting Series VI 1944-1975

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Terman has served on numerous advisory boards and technical committees sponsored by the various branches of the Federal Government, both military and non-military. Although some of these groups, like the Institute of Defense Analysis were not actually government agencies, they are included because they operated exclusively on government contracts.
Boxes 1-2: Board of Foreign Scholarships, 1944-75. Chronologically arranged files containing minutes, agenda, and some correspondence related to this Board, which selects Fulbright Scholars. The Board is composed of well-known educators who are appointed by the President. Terman served on the Board from 1960 to 1965, first appointed by President Eisenhower, and reappointed by President John F. Kennedy.
Boxes 3-7: Institute for Defense Analysis, 1958-73. Chronologically arranged files of minutes, agenda, correspondence, and annual reports. The I.D.A. was a consortium of universities, organized in 1955 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a contract operation for the Department of Defense. The mission of this group was to perform operations research on topics such as alternatives in weapons systems, and tactics for use of various weapons. Stanford was a member of the original five-university group that also included M.I.T., California Institute of Technology, Tulane University, and Case Western Reserve. Later, seven more universities were added. Each of the participating institutions had two person on I.D.A.'s Board of Trustees: the university president or his deputy; and a business officer. Dr. Terman was appointed by President J.E. Wallace Sterling to serve in the former capacity. Terman was a member of this board from I.D.A.'s inception in 1955 until mandatory retirement in 1973.
Boxes 8-9: National Academy of Sciences Battery Additives Committee, 1948-53. Chronologically arranged correspondence files and test reports. This committee of scientists, to which Dr. Terman was appointed, was the final arbiter in a controversy, that although insignificant of itself, assumed national importance due to political circumstances. In the late 1940's, an Oakland businessman named Jess Ritchie began selling a battery additive which he claimed lengthened the life of automotive batteries, and in some cases could restore function to dead cells. The National Bureau of Standards tested the additive and reported that it was useless. Consequently, Ritchie's mailing privileges were withdrawn by the Federal Trade Commission. Ritchie retaliated with various testimonials and test reports which purported to show the usefulness of his substance. He charged that the big battery manufacturers were using the Federal Government to harass him, a small businessman working in the best interest of the public. The incident became more complicated when Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks fired Allen V. Austin, head of the National Bureau of Standards, for his role in the affair. Various congressional hearings resulted, and finally this N.A.S. committee was set up to evaluate all the evidence and determine if further testing was necessary. The committee concluded that the material was indeed useless, and that no further tests were needed.
Boxes 12-14: Naval Research Advisory Committee, 1956-70. Chronologically arranged files of correspondence, minutes, agenda, and reports. This committee is a group of approximately ten significant civilian scientists appointed by the Secretary of the Navy to advise on technical matters. The group reports to the Chief of Naval Operations and the Chief of Naval Research, the two highest Naval officers. This committee is purely advisory, but because of the high caliber of its members, usually has considerable influence on Navy policies. Dr. Terman served on the N.R.A.C. from 1956 to 1964.
Boxes 15-16: President's Scientific Advisory Committee, 1959-71. The Scientific Advisory Panel was formally established by President Eisenhower soon after the U.S.S.R launched Sputnick. This panel occasionally sponsored committees to study specific topics in the national interest, and Dr. Terman was appointed to two of them both dealing with scientific and engineering manpower and education. These papers, containing correspondence, minutes, and reports are divided into groups by the committee, and the folders are arranged alphabetically by topic.
Boxes 17-19: Signal Corps and miscellaneous defense committees, 1948-68. Beginning in the years following World War II, Dr. Terman served on advisory boards to technical groups in all branches of the military services, particularly the U.S. Army Signal Corps. These three boxes contain Terman's files of correspondence, minutes, and reports related to membership on these committees, arranged alphabetically by the name of each working group, and chronologically within each folder.
Box 20: Miscellaneous non-military consulting, 1946-64. Dr. Terman served briefly on several committees of the Commerce Department and National Bureau of Standards, concerning such topics as patents, telecommunications, and industrial research and development. The files in this box are arranged alphabetically by group name, and chronologically within each folder.
 

BOARD OF FOREIGN SCHOLARSHIPS

Box 1, Folder I

Background material. 1944 59.

Box 1, Folder 2

Jan. - May 1960.

Box 1, Folder 3

June - Dec. 1960.

Box 1, Folder 4

Jan. - April 1961.

Box 1, Folder 5

May - Dec. 1961.

Box 1, Folder 6

Jan. - May 1962.

Box 1, Folder 7

June - Dec. 1962.

Box 1, Folder 8

Jan. - March 1963.

Box 1, Folder 9

April - Dec. 1963.

Box 1, Folder 10

Jan. - June 1964.

Box 2, Folder 1

July - Dec. 1964.

Box 2, Folder 2

Jan. - May 1965.

Box 2, Folder 3

June - Dec. 1965.

Box 2, Folder 4

1966 - 1975.

 

INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSIS

Box 3, Folder 1

1953; June - Dec. 1955.

Box 3, Folder 2

Jan. - April 1956.

Box 3, Folder 3

May - Aug. 1956.

Box 3, Folder 4

Sept. - Dec. 1956.

Box 3, Folder 5

Jan. - Aug. 1957.

Box 3, Folder 6

Sept. - Dec. 1957.

Box 3, Folder 7

Jan. - July 1958.

Box 3, Folder 8

Aug. - Dec. 1958.

Box 4, Folder 1

Jan. - May 1959.

Box 4, Folder 2

June - Dec. 1959.

Box 4, Folder 3

Jan. - May 1960.

Box 4, Folder 4

July - Dec. 1960.

Box 4, Folder 5

Jan. - May 1961.

Box 4, Folder 6

June - Dec. 1961.

Box 4, Folder 7

Jan. - May 1962.

Box 4, Folder 8

June - Dec. 1962

Box 5, Folder 1

Jan. - March 1963.

Box 5, Folder 2

April Dec. 1963.

Box 5, Folder 3

Jan. - April 1964.

Box 5, Folder 4

Aug. - Dec. 1964.

Box 5, Folder 5

Jan. - May 1965.

Box 5, Folder 6

July - Dec. 1965.

Box 5, Folder 7

Jan. - May 1966.

Box 5, Folder 8

June - Dec. 1966.

Box 5, Folder 9

Jan. - Sept. 1967.

Box 6, Folder 1

Oct. - Dec. 1967.

Box 6, Folder 2

Jan. - Feb. 1968.

Box 6, Folder 3

March - May 1968.

Box 6, Folder 4

June - Dec. 1968.

Box 6, Folder 5

Jan. 1969.

Box 7, Folder 1

Feb. - Aug. 1969.

Box 7, Folder 2

Sept. - Dec. 1969.

Box 7, Folder 3

Jan. - April 1970.

Box 7, Folder 4

May - Dec. 1970.

Box 7, Folder 5

Jan. - Sept. 1971.

Box 7, Folder 6

Oct. - Dec. 1971.

Box 7, Folder 7

Jan. - April 1972.

Box 7, Folder 8

May - Dec. 1972.

Box 7, Folder 9

Jan. - March 1973.

 

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES - BATTERY ADDITIVES COMMITTEE

Box 8, Folder 1

General Files. 1948 - 52.

Box 8, Folder 2

General Files. Feb. - July 1953.

Box 8, Folder 3

General Files. Aug. 1953.

Box 8, Folder 4

General Files. Sept. - Dec. 1953.

Box 8, Folder 5

General Files. 1954 - 61.

Box 8, Folder 6

Brochures - Jess Ritchie. 1949 52.

Box 8, Folder 7

Draft Reports. 1953.

Box 8, Folder 8

M.I.T. tests. 1953.

Box 8, Folder 9

Reports: Terman file #1-5.

Box 8, Folder 10

Reports: Terman file #6-10.

Box 9, Folder 

Reports: Includes Terman file #11-19. (National Bureau of Standards report and appendices, 1953) and final report and appendices of the National Academy of Sciences Battery Additives Committee, 1953.

 

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION. MATHEMATICAL, PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES

Box 10, Folder 2

General files. June - Oct. 1955.

Box 10, Folder 1

General files. 1952 - May 1955.

Box 10, Folder 3

Meeting, Oct. 1955.

Box 10, Folder 4

General files. Nov. 1955 - March 1956.

Box 10, Folder 5

General files. March 1956 (cont.).

Box 10, Folder 6

Meeting, March 1956.

Box 10, Folder 7

General files. April - Dec. 1956.

Box 11, Folder 1

Meeting, Oct. 1956.

Box 11, Folder 2

General files. Jan. - March 1957.

Box 11, Folder 3

Meeting, March 1957.

Box 11, Folder 4

General files. May - Dec. 1957.

Box 11, Folder 5

General files. Jan. - April 1958.

Box 11, Folder 6

General files. May - Sept. 1958.

Box 11, Folder 7

General files. Oct. - Dec. 1958.

Box 11, Folder 8

General files. Jan. - Sept. 1959.

 

NAVAL RESEARCH ADVISORY COUNCIL

Box 12, Folder 1

General files. April Dec. 1956.

Box 12, Folder 2

General files. Jan. June 1957.

Box 12, Folder 3

General files. Aug. Sept. 1957.

Box 12, Folder 4

General files. Oct. Nov. 1957.

Box 12, Folder 5

Meeting, Oct. 1957: Minutes.

Box 12, Folder 6

Meeting, Oct. 1957: Transcripts.

Box 12, Folder 7

General files. Dec. 1957.

Box 12, Folder 8

General files. Jan. - March 1958.

Box 13, Folder 1

General files. April - July 1958 (and undated materials Jan. - July 1958).

Box 13, Folder 2

General files. Aug. - Dec. 1958.

Box 13, Folder 3

General files. Jan. - June 1959.

Box 13, Folder 4

Report: Basic Research in the Navy, v. 1. June 1959.

Box 13, Folder 6

General files. July - Dec. 1959.

Box 13, Folder 7

General files. Jan. - June 1960.

Box 13, Folder 5

Report: Basic Research in the Navy, v. 2. June 1959.

Box 13, Folder 8

General files. July - Dec. 1960.

Box 13, Folder 9

General files. Jan. - June 1961.

Box 13, Folder 10

General files. July - Dec. 1961.

Box 14, Folder 1

General files. Jan. - June 1962.

Box 14, Folder 2

General files. July - Dec. 1962.

Box 14, Folder 3

General files. Jan. - July 1963.

Box 14, Folder 4

General files. Aug. - Dec. 1963.

Box 14, Folder 5

General files. 1964 - 65.

Box 14, Folder 6

Members, 1965 - 70.

Box 14, Folder 7

Notebook, Part I.

Box 14, Folder 8

Notebook, Part II. (Resolutions).

Box 14, Folder 9

Notebook, Part III. (Agendas).

Box 14, Folder 10

Notebook, Part IV. (organization).

Box 14, Folder 11

Notebook, Part V. (Minutes).

 

PRESIDENT'S SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Box 15, Folder 1

Seaborg Panel: Basic Research and Graduate Education. General files. Nov. 1959 - Jan. 1960.

Box 15, Folder 2

Seaborg Panel: Basic Research and Graduate Education. General files. Feb. - Nov. 1960.

Box 15, Folder 3

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. General files. 1960; 1962.

Box 15, Folder 4

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. General files. 1963.

Box 15, Folder 5

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. General files. 1964.

Box 15, Folder 6

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Fellowships. 1961 - 63.

Box 15, Folder 7

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Green, Edith (Congresswoman). March - June 1962.

Box 15, Folder 8

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. National Institute of Health. 1962 - 63.

Box 15, Folder 9

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Post-doctoral Research. 1963 - 64.

Box 15, Folder 10

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower.Report. (first draft). Oct. 1964.

Box 15, Folder 11

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Report. (second draft). Jan. 1965.

Box 16, Folder 1

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Report. May 1965.

Box 16, Folder 2

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Statistics on Programs. Oct. 1963.

Box 16, Folder 3

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Technicians. 1962 - 64.

Box 16, Folder 4

Gilliland Panel: Scientific and Technical Manpower. Terman presentation. March - Sept. 1962.

Box 16, Folder 5

Subpanel on Academic Science. General files. 1970.

Box 16, Folder 6

Subpanel on Academic Science. Brode, Wallace: Engineering Manpower. 1970 - 71.

Box 16, Folder 7

Subpanel on Academic Science. Report (draft). 1970.

Box 16, Folder 8

Subpanel on Academic Science. Terman paper: Supply of Scientific and Engineering Manpower. Drafts and comments. 1970.

Box 16, Folder 9

Subpanel on Academic Science. Terman paper. Correspondence re: publication. 1970 - 71.

Box 16, Folder 10

Subpanel on Academic Science. Terman paper. Data. 1970 - 71.

Box 16, Folder 11

Subpanel on Academic Science. Terman paper. Graphs.

Box 16, Folder 12

Subpanel on Academic Science. York, Carl: Policy for Science in the U. S. Paper and comments. 1970 - 71.

 

SIGNAL CORPS AND MISCELLANEOUS DEFENSE COMMITTEES

Box 17, Folder 1

Conflict of Interest in Consulting. 1962.

Box 17, Folder 2

Defense Science Board. May 1957 - June 1958.

Box 17, Folder 3

Defense Science Board. Aug. - Dec. 1958.

Box 17, Folder 4

Air Force. Scientific Advisory Board. March 1952 - Jan. 1953.

Box 17, Folder 5

Air Force. Electromagnetic Warfare Advisory Group. Feb. - Sept. 1959.

Box 17, Folder 6

Army. Committee on Army Research and Development Contracting Procedures. 1948.

Box 17, Folder 7

Army. Hermes Project. April - May 1952.

Box 17, Folder 8

Army. Electro-Magnetic Environmental Test Facility. June - Dec. 1966.

Box 17, Folder 9

Army. Electro-Magnetic Environmental Test Facility. Undated material. 1966.

Box 17, Folder 10

Army. Electro-Magnetic Environmental Test Facility. Jan. - Feb. 1967.

Box 17, Folder 11

Army. Electro-Magnetic Environmental Test Facility. March - July 1967.

Box 17, Folder 12

Army. Electro-Magnetic Environmental Test Facility. Aug. 1967 - Jan. 1968.

Box 18, Folder 1

Army. Signal Corps. Army Electronic Proving Ground Advisory Council. Feb. - July 1954.

Box 18, Folder 2

Army. Signal Corps. Army Electronic Proving Ground Advisory Council. Aug. - Oct. 1954.

Box 18, Folder 3

Army. Signal Corps. Army Electronic Proving Ground Advisory Council. Oct. 1954 (cont.)

Box 18, Folder 4

Army. Signal Corps. Army Electronic Proving Ground Advisory Council. Nov. 1954 - Jan. 1955.

Box 18, Folder 5

Army. Signal Corps. Army Electronic Proving Ground Advisory Council. Feb. 1955 - April 1956.

Box 18, Folder 6

Army. Signal Corps. Army Electronic Proving Ground Advisory Council. June 1956 - July 1957.

Box 18, Folder 7

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. April - Dec. 1954.

Box 18, Folder 8

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. Feb. - June 1955.

Box 18, Folder 9

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. July 1955 - May 1956.

Box 18, Folder 10

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. Aug. 1956 - Aug. 1957.

Box 18, Folder 1

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. Sept. 1957 - Feb. 1958.

Box 19, Folder 1

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. March - Dec. 1958.

Box 19, Folder 2

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. March 1959 - April 1961.

Box 19, Folder 3

Army. Signal Corps Research and Development Advisory Council. May 1961 - June 1962.

Box 19, Folder 4

Navy. Statement on Research. 1948.

Box 19, Folder 5

Naval Warfare Research Center. Advisory Committee. 1957 - 61.

Box 19, Folder 6

Special Technical Advisory Group (STAG). March 1950 - Dec. 1951.

Box 19, Folder 7

Special Technical Advisory Group (STAG). 1952.

Box 19, Folder 8

Special Technical Advisory Group (STAG). 1953 - 54 and undated.

Box 19, Folder 9

Technical Advisory Panel on Electronics (TAPEC). June 1954 - March 1955.

Box 19, Folder 10

Technical Advisory Panel on Electronics (TAPEC). April 1955 - June 1957; Feb. 1959.

 

MISCELLANEOUS NON-MILITARY CONSULTING

Box 20, Folder 1

Commerce Department. Industrial Research and Development Division. Aug. 1946 - Aug. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 2

Commerce Department. Patent Panel. March - Aug. 1963.

Box 20, Folder 3

Commerce Department. Patent Panel. Sept. 1963 - Aug. 1964.

Box 20, Folder 4

National Bureau of Standards. Technical Advisors Committee. 1953 - 57.

Box 20, Folder 5

Public Science Advisory Board. Membership Rosters. 1957; 1961; 1963.

Box 20, Folder 6

Telecommunications Planning Committee. March - May 1953.

Box 20, Folder 7

U.S. Agency for International Development of Korean Advanced Institute of Science (KAIS), 1970-1979

 

Direct Instruction Costs per Student Credit Hour Series VII 1968-1969

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Terman was always concerned with the state of engineering education in the U.S., and after his retirement in 1965, was able to pursue this interest more actively. This study, designed and carried out by him in 1968 and 1969, determined the instructional costs per student credit hour granted in the engineering schools of major colleges throughout the country. The survey also attempted to correlate these costs with the academic stature of each institution's engineering program.
Box 1: Contains the survey questionnaires completed and returned to Terman by the participating schools, and some related Correspondence. This box is arranged alphabetically by the name of the college.
Box 2, folders 1-3: Correspondence and list of institutions invited to participate in the survey, but either refused to participate or did not return the questionnaire.
Box 2, folders 4-6: Correspondence requesting copies of Dr. Terman's report on the study, arranged chronologically.
Box 2, folders 7-8: Tabulated results and working data for the study.
Box 2, folder 9: Articles by, and correspondence with, other researchers studying engineering education costs.
Researchers interested in engineering education should also see Series X of this collection for articles and reports on Terman's other educational studies.
Box 1, Folder I

Forms and Instructions. 1968.

Box 1, Folder 2

Forms and Instructions - Masters. 1968.

Box 1, Folder 3

Institutional Reports. A-CL. 1968 - 69. University of Arizona; Arizona State University; Auburn University; Carnegie-Mellon Institute; Case Western Reserve; City University of New York; Cleveland State University.

Box 1, Folder 4

Institutional Reports. CO-D. 1968 - 69. University of Colorado; Colorado State University; Dartmouth College; University of Delaware; University of Denver; Duke University.

Box 1, Folder 5

Institutional Reports. F-J. 1968 - 69. University of Florida; Harvard University; University of Hawaii; University of Illinois; Iowa State University; Johns Hopkins University.

Box 1, Folder 6

Institutional Reports. K-Mic. 1968 - 69. Kansas State University; Marquette University; University of Maryland; University of Massachusetts; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; University of Michigan; Michigan State University; Michigan Technological University.

Box 1, Folder 7

Institutional Reports. Min-N. 1968 - 69. University of Minnesota; University of Missouri; Newark College of Engineering; North Carolina State University; Northwestern University; Notre Dame University.

Box 1, Folder 8

Institutional Reports. O-R. 1968 - 69. University of Oklahoma; Oklahoma State University; Oregon State University; University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania State University; Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute; University of Rochester; Rutgers University.

Box 1, Folder 9

Institutional Reports. S-T. 1968 - 69. Southern Methodist University; State University of New York; Tennessee Technological 'University; University of Texas; Texas A and M University; Tufts University; Tulane University; Tuskeegee Institute.

Box 1, Folder 10

Institutional Reports. U-Z. '1968 - 69. Utah State University; Virginia Polytechnic Institute; University of Washington; Washington University; Wayne State University; University of Wisconsin; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Yale University; Youngstown University.

Box 2, Folder 1

Invitations to participate - not followed through. 1968 - 69.

Box 2, Folder 2

List of schools invited to participate. 1968.

Box 2, Folder 3

Refusals to participate. 1968 - 69.

Box 2, Folder 4

Requests for copies of report. Aug. 1968 - April 1969.

Box 2, Folder 5

Requests for copies of report. May 1969.

Box 2, Folder 6

Requests for copies of report. June 1969 - Sept. 1972.

Box 2, Folder 7

Results of Study. 1969.

Box 2, Folder 8

Results of Study. Data. 1969.

Box 2, Folder 9

Studies of Engineering Education Costs made by other researchers. 1970 - 74.

 

Speeches Series VIII 1939-1977

Scope and Contents note

The four boxes of this series contain drafts, notes, and occasionally transcripts of speeches given by Dr. Terman; and correspondence related to his speeches. All materials are arranged chronologically by the date of the speech. Terman spoke before both scientific and general audiences. Most of his talks for general audiences were related to the history of electronics, and stressed his influential concept of academic-industrial interaction.
Box 1, Folder 1

1939 - 41 - notes for speeches most are untitled and undated.

 

"Current trends in radio;" klystron - (speech to Stanford Associates); television, etc. (Feb. 26, 1939); Directional antennas (Oct. 13, 1939); A.I.E.E.: speech at IRE West Coast meeting - 1939 - 41.

Box 1, Folder 2

1942 - 45

 

"Detectors, Distortionless -- and otherwise;" Report of Retiring President Frederick Emmons Terman - Presented at I.R.E. convention, Jan. 1942; Harvard Radio Research Laboratory - opening remarks, Nov. 16, 1945.

Box 1, Folder 3

Speeches - 1946.

 

"Fifteen years' electronic development in five years" - NAB address, Jan. 11, 1946; "Radar and Radar Countermeasures;" Commonwealth Club, March 15, 1946. "Modern Communication and its import: The social significance of communication" - Princeton Bicentennial, Oct. 4, 1946.

Box 1, Folder 4

Speeches - 1947.

 

"Youth looks to the future." Interview on Radio Station KQW, July 12, 1947; Speech to West Coast I.R.E. Convention, Sept. 1947; R & D. research panel; "Electronics: A Basic Industry 21st Regional Trust Conference of the American Bankers Association, Oct. 24, 1947; "WI'-de Band amplifiers" - Talk at Mare Island Naval Shipyards, Dec. 11, 1947.

Box 1, Folder 5

Speeches - 1948

 

"Engineering Research" - speech to Stanford Associates, March 15, 1948; short radio talk for the inauguration of station KSRB, June, 1948 undated notes: speech on W. W. II technology given at Stanford conference, 1948; Radar Countermeasures speech to-AIEE-IRE.

Box 1, Folder 6

Speeches - 1949

 

"Fundamental research in university and college laboratories..." - Northern California Research Conference, Jan. 26, 1949; Transcript of very similar speech given to Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 7, 1949; "Television -- one aspect of an electronic era" - speech delivered at Bond Club, Feb. 28, 1949, and at Stanford Conference, May 14, 1949; "WCEMA Talk" - June 2, 1949.

Box 1, Folder 7

Speeches - 1950 - 57.

 

"Radio Club Talk" - Feb. 1, 1950; "Some considerations involved in the direction of research," - seminar at Navy Electronics Laboratory, San Diego, May 25, 1950; WCEMA Convention - 1950; Electronics in WW II - Kiwanis Club, May 31 no year, either 1950 or 51; remark at luncheon in honor of W. F. Durand, May 3, 1951; Talk at AAUP dinner meeting, May 30, 1951; "I.R.E. 'Old Timer's Talk," June 14, 1951; Electronics talk - Bohemian Grove, July 23, 1951; speech at Varian Associates, Dec. 3, 1951.

Box 1, Folder 8

Speeches - 1952 - 54.

 

"Electronics in the world today," Stanford Conference, Monterey, Feb. 22, 1952; Engineering speech to Stanford Mother's Club, March 18, 1952; "Hughes" [speech at Hughes Aircraft?], June 18, 1952; Microwave Press Party, Dec. 9, 1952; address at opening of Tube Conference, June 1953; Introductory remarks at Varian Associates presentation of Five-Year Awards, June 18, 1953; "E.C.M. in W.W. II," - Sylvania Conference, Aug. 17, 1953; Remarks as M.C. at IRE function, Oct. 28, 1953; speech at San Jose State College Dedication, Feb. 25, 1954; Speech on Engineering to Stanford Alumni Conference, March 20 and 21, 1954; "Dean's Talk," Dec. 14, 1954.

Box 1, Folder 9

Speeches - 1955.

 

"University Research" - Hughes, Feb. 15, 1955; speech on engineering at Stanford for Stanford Associates, at Bohemian Club, Feb. 20, 1955; speech on the importance of Bay Area in early history of electronics, WCEMA meeting, May 12, 1955; speech on electronics, L.A. Stanford Club, May 16, 1955; edited transcript of above report, prepared for publication; "General Electric Dedication," May 27, 1955; "Contractors," Aug 18, 1955; speech to Western Economics Association, Sept. 1, 1955; "New LD Engineers," Sept. 25, 1955; "Developments in Science and Technology, 1930 - 55," reunion of the class of 1930, Nov. 18, 1955; speech at dedication of Crothers Memorial Hall [no date].

Box 1, Folder 10

Speeches - 1956.

 

"Contract Research," Dean's Luncheon, Jan. 10, 1956; "spivco (?) groundbreaking," Jan. 11, 1956 - [not given]; notes for speech on Stanford for Denver-Salt Lake City Group, Jan. 1956; Stanford Conference speech in Modesto [no date]; "Engineering at Stanford," Wilbur Hall, May 16, 1956; notes for panel on "Stanford's Answer to the Challenge of Education," Alumni Conference, May 19, 1956; Development of university research and industrial applications, for meeting of I.R.E. Engineering Management Group, May 21, 1956; AIEE luncheon, June 25, 1956; Electronics as "glamour field" in science, Bohemian Club, July 24, 1956; "Contractors," Aug. 27, 1956; "TAC," Aug. 29, 1956; remarks at 3rd Annual Bay Area Quality Control Conference, Sept. 14, 1956;"Electrical Engineering Curriculum in a Changing World," Meeting of American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Oct. 15, 1956 [typed copy of speech, ready for possible publication];

Box 2, Folder 1

Speeches - 1957.

 

"Developments in Electronics," East Bay Stanford Men's Club, Jan. 23; "The obligations that are part of living with engineering," S. F. Engineers Week talk, Feb. 21; "The expanding field of electronics," Chicago Alumni Conference, March 9; "Some observations of engineering and scientific manpower problems in this country and Russia," E.E. seminar, April 4; talk to Stanford chapter of AAUP on university policy, April 8; "Some Observations of Engineering and Scientific Manpower Problems in this Country and Russia," (same title as April 4 speech above), AIEE San Jose section meeting, May 8; "The Expanding Field of Electronics," Stanford Alumni Conference, May 18; talk to General Electric -Math teachers group, June 23; talk about Stanford to group of student dorm resident assistants, Sept. 20; talk about field of engineering to Stanford freshman engineers, given Sept. 23, 1956 and Sept. 22, 1957; "Personal solicitation kickoff for School of Engineering," given in L.A., Oct. 1, S.F. Oct. 2; talk to Faculty Club on supply of engineers, Oct. 4; "Research Level," Board of Trustees, Oct. 17, 1956; opening remarks at Conference on Nuclear Size and Density Distribution, Stanford, Dec. 17; "Notes on CBS telephone interview," Dec. 30.

Box 2, Folder 2

Speeches - 1958.

 

Panel discussion, "The Challenge of Sputniks," Tues. Evening Series, Mem. Aud., Jan. 7; same panel, same topic presented to Stanford Associates, San Francisco, Feb. 14; "The Real Meaning of Sputnik," Stanford Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan. 19; "Cooperation between Industry and Education," Young Presidents' organization dinner, May 12; introductory remarks at West Coast Advanced Placement English Conference, June 26; "Some Observations on Engineering Education," Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, July 8, 1958; "Why do we do research," Stanford Business Conference, July 22; "Naval Structural Mechanics," Aug. 11; "Contractors," Aug. 12; "TAC," Aug. 14.

Box 2, Folder 3

Speeches - 1959 and undated speeches from 1950's.

 

"Reflections on the Space Age," presented to Stanford Conference, Fresno, Jan. 24, and Stanford Conference, Bakersfield, Jan. 25; welcoming remarks at Mu Alpha Theta Conference, Stanford, March 14; remarks at I.R.E. National Convention on Psychology and Electronics in the Teaching-Learning System, New York, March 25; welcoming remarks, Symposium on Applied Mechanics, Sept. 9; "Stanford University and the Electronics Community," Sept. 14; "Stanford's Academic Goals and Academic Needs," Board of Trustees, Oct. 10. Undated: "Ampex is a Pioneer," "Engineers Have to be Smarter," revised version titled, "Engineering and Engineering Education in the Modern World."

Box 2, Folder 4

Speeches - 1960.

 

Welcoming remarks at opening of G. E. Summer Program for High School Economics Teachers, Stanford, June 19; "Beckman," [notes], July 19; "Research in Industry and Education," July 22; Speech to Solid State Electronics Affiliates, Sept. 22; Speech to Stanford Academic Council, Sept. 30; "The Growth of Science in Industry: The Relation Between Education and Growth Industries," International Science Foundation Brainpower Forum, Monterey, Oct. 4; "Stanford Yesterday and Today," Stanford Faculty Club, Oct. 7; "Engineering at Stanford," luncheon for new engineering faculty, Oct. 18; "Education and the Growth Industries," taped radio speech made for broadcast on "Engineering News Report" program, Oct. 30, 1960; remarks at meeting of ASEE Pacific Southwest Section, Dec. 28;

Box 2, Folder 5

Speeches - 1960

Biographical/Historical note

In a speech entitled "Education -A Basic Resource for Electronics" delivered at the Oct. 12, 1960 luncheon of the 16th National Electronics Conference held in Chicago, Dr. Terman pointed out the lack of R & D progress in Chicago area Industry, and how this was causing industry to lag seriously behind developments on both coasts. This speech caused considerable comment, both positive and negative. Folder contains typescript of the speech, copy of it as printed for distribution, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and notes related to speech.
 

Chicago Speech, Oct. 12, 1960.

Box 2, Folder 6

Speeches - 1961.

 

Notes - TAC - Washington, March 24; "Higher Education and Training in a Research Community," Symposium on Research and the Community, New York, May 1; "Growth Industries and Education," Investment Bankers' Association Conference, Santa Barbara, June 20; remarks at Solid State Device Research Conference, Stanford, June 26; remarks introducing Dr. Killian, former President of MIT at Stanford Cubberley Conference on Education, July 27; welcoming remarks, Guidance Conference of American Rocket Society, Aug. 8; remarks at TAC and Contractors meetings, Aug. 11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18; speech at Fairfield Semiconductor groundbreaking, Sept. 28.

Box 2, Folder 7

Speeches - 1961.

 

Chicago Speech, Oct. 11, 1961. One year after his Oct. 12, 1960, Chicago speech (see folder 5), Dr. Terman spoke again at the National Electronics Conference in Chicago and evaluated the progress that had been made since his last speech. Contents include Dr. Terman's notes for his NEC panel speech, an edited, type- script version of speech "Electronics in Chicago - One Year Later," and related correspondence, criticisms, and publicity.

Box 3, Folder 1

Speeches - 1962.

 

"Stanford's Needs," Los Angeles, Jan. 10; "PACE Talk," given March - April in Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Boston, El Paso; "Remarks made to United Kingdom Committee on Higher Education (Robbins Committee)," Bowman Alumni House, Stanford, April 17; "Engineering and Scientific Manpower for the Cold War - The Next Decade," President's Science Advisory Committee, April 21; "PSAC Panel on Scientific and Technical Manpower - Supplementary Remarks," May 8; Speech at National Academy of Sciences, April 23; "State of Science and Technology," Stanford Conference (at Stanford), May 12 -- same speech also presented at alumni conferences in Los Angeles, Orange County, New York, Washington, Monterey, Santa Barbara; "Scientificand Engineering Manpower - U.S. vs. U.S.S.R.,"Stanford Camp at Fallen Leaf Lake, Aigusc, 1967;talk at WESCON Future Engineers Luncheon, LosAngeles, Aug. 23; talk on Stanford goals in Ph.D.Research Experience for Stanford Solid StateElectronics Affiliates, Sept. 21; "PACE Address,"given in Wichita, Kansas City, St. Louis, Cincinnati,Pittsburgh, Oct. 1962.

Box 3, Folder 2

Speeches - 1963.

 

Higher Education and the Federal Government,"dated March 16, 1963 (dittoed typescript - noindication that this was delivered as a speech,but was filed with speeches by Dr. Terman); "IEEE -Impossible - except for Electrical Engineers," andremarks in response to Founder's Award, both speechesdelivered at IEEE banquet, New York, March 27;introductory remarks for Dr. Piore at N.A.S., April 23:"The Need for Quality," speech at groundbreaking forScience Research Center In Dallas, May 22; "FromWireless to Radio Electronics - Glamorous All theWay," Palo Alto Rotary Club, May 27; "Thomas F.Peterson - The Man," speech dedicating the Thomas F.Peterson Engineering Laboratory at Stanford, May 31;"Engineers - Quantity or Quality?", ASME luncheon,San Mateo, Oct. 15; introductory remarks at meetingof Committee on Governmental Relations of theNational Association of College and UniversityBusiness Officers, San Francisco, Dec. 6; remarksupon receiving Wescon Award - [undated].

Box 3, Folder 3

Speeches - 1963

 

Colorado Speech - Nov. 5, 1963."The Newly Emerging Community of TechnicalScholars," 18 pp. typescript of speech presentedat the University-Industry Liaison Conference,Colorado Springs, Nov. 5, 1963. Also includedin folder are correspondence, publicity material,and programs related to this event.

Box 3, Folder 4

Speeches - 1963

 

- Manpower Speech."Scientific and Engineering Manpower in a HighlyCompetitive World," 24 pp. typescript of speechdelivered on occasions: first at WEMA Convention,Jan. 8; and secondly, at Stanford Tuesday Eveninglecture series, March 5. Also included is relatedcorrespondence and publicity material.

Box 3, Folder 5

Speeches - 1964.

 

Remarks at McCullough Building groundbreaking Feb. 24; introductory remarks for Dr. Clark Millikin at NAS election, April 28; "Stanford Over the Years," Phi Beta Kappa, April 9; remarks made at dedication of White Plaza, May 23; speech accepting gift of Class of 1964 on behalf of University, June 13; remarks at Class Plate laying ceremony, June 13; commencement speech, June 14; welcoming remarks for first Carlos McClatchy lecture, Sept. 13; testimonial speech for William Gould Dow, U. of Michigan, Dec. 3.

Box 3, Folder 6

Speeches - 1965.

 

Stanford Today and Tomorrow Program, Jan. 13; "The University and Technology Utilization," NASA - University Conference, Kansas City, March 3; Dr. Terman's acceptance speech for Matrix Award given by Theta Sigma Phi, May 18; response at convocation honoring Dr. Terman, May 31; "Daddario Committee," Aug. 4; "Governing the University: Administrator's Role in Building a Strong University," Society for Religion in Higher Education, Aug. 22; community dinner speech accepting City of Palo Alto's Distinguished Citizen Award, Nov. 3

Box 3, Folder 7

Speeches - 1966-67.

 

Notes for remarks at IEEE Pioneer Night, Sunnyvale, April 20; remarks at SMU Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Banquet, Dallas, April 21; Stanford Alumni Conference, New York, April 28; "Education in a Planned Society [U.S.S.R.]," annual meeting of San Francisco Section of IEEE, June 15; same speech delivered at IEEE Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, San Francisco, July 12; same speech at Rotary Club luncheon, July 20; welcoming remarks at NSF Summer Institute on Case Methods for Teaching Engineering, Aug. 15; observation on Engineering Education in Soviet Union, WESCON Panel on Education, Aug. 25; "SMU Foundation for Science and Engineering," Industry-Faculty luncheon, Oct. 6; opening remarks at Joint URSI/G-AP Technical Session, Dec. 7, 1966. 1967: Opening remarks, NSF Summer Institute on Case Methods in Engineering, Aug. 21, 1967; speech at dedication of University of South Carolina Science Building, Oct. 21, 1967.

Box 3, Folder 8

Speeches - 1968.

 

SCAS speech, Jan. 24; SCAS Panel, April 30; Farmer's Investment Club, May 8; "Development of an Engineering College Program," Stanford Alumni Conference, May 18; CCHE Education Committee, May 20; SMU Foundation Board, May 22; "The Expanding Partnership between Industry and Engineering Education in the USA," Seminar on Engineering and Technology, Taiwan, June 24; "Observations on Modern Engineering Education in USA," Seminar on Modern Engineering and Technology, Taiwan, June 25; "Engineering Education as a Factor in Economic Development," Republic of China Manpower Panel, July 8; "Engineering in New York," Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, presentation to New York Regents, Dec. 20; speech on engineering education to ASEE, Dec. 27.

Box 4, Folder 1

Speeches - 1969.

 

"A Study of Engineering Education in California," Statewide Education Committee, California State Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 21; "Cost-Size Considerations," Institute for Engineering Deans, Monterey, April 2; "General Advice to Prospective Teachers," H. H. Skilling's teaching seminar, April 17; "Supply and Demand for Engineers," ASEE - Relations with Industry Committee, May 8; remarks in response to receiving ASE Award, June 24; introduction for Dan Noble at SSE Industrial Affiliates program, Sept. 29; "Faculty- Student Relations with the Industrial Environment," National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, Nov. 11; "Plans, Programs, and Problems " Missouri Association of Colleges and Universities, Dec. 2.

Box 4, Folder 2

Speeches - 1970.

 

R.R.L. Technical Program - Division 15 Reunion, March 26; "Supply of Scientific and Engineering Manpower: Shortage or Surplus?" SMU Sigma Xi Club installation, April 16; remarks upon receiving Alumni Association's Hoover Medal Award, April 29; "Engineering and Scientific Manpower," PSAC presentation, June 15; "Early Evolution of Electronic Warfare Technology," Keynote Address at Association of Old Crows Convention, Oct. 6; remarks on the presentation of "Golden Spike Awards" at the 1970 Volunteer Leadership, Conference, Oct. 9.

Box 4, Folder 3

Speeches - 1971.

 

"Disparity between Educational System and the Need," remarks at E.E. class seminar at Stanford, Feb. 1; "Engineering Education in the Seventies," Engineering Dean's Institute, Austin, April 7, "Engineering is Relevant," address at U.C. Davis College of Engineering Commencement Ceremony, June 16; speech on Florida's State of Engineering Education, presented to U. of Florida Regents, Oct. 15.

Box 4, Folder 4

Speeches - 1972.

 

Introduction for Joseph Petitt, Tau Beta Pi dinner, Jan. 28; remarks presenting Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce's Distinguished Citizen's Award to David Packard, Feb. 29; remarks at SMU dinner, May 15; Memorial Tribute at Service for Stephan Timoshenko, June 15; "Trends in Engineering Education in the United States," Taiwan, June 27; "Role of Advanced Graduate Training in Industrial Development," Public lecture, Seoul, Korea, Sept. 1; "Early Electronics in the West," Wescon Convention, Sept. 20.

Box 4, Folder 5

Speeches - 1973.

 

"Engineering Manpower for the Future," ASEE Relations with Industry Conference, Feb. 8; "The Graduate's Place in the World," speech at Initiation Banquet of Stanford Chapter of Sigma Xi, May 21; "On Engineers and Engineering," Palo Alto Rotary Club, Nov. 12; "Bay Area Electronics -- Then and Now," speech at WEMA's 30th Anniversary Banquet.

Box 4, Folder 6

Speeches - 1974.

 

"Eitel-McCullough Retirement Dinner," Jan. 21; speech to Stanford Fellows on building research programs at Stanford, Feb. 27; "Physics in WW II," Center for the History of Science and Technology, May 3; "Changing Times Bring Changing Problems in Electronics," Sigma Xi Installation Banquet, Portland State University, May 10; introductory remarks for Albert Bowker at 25th Anniversary of Statistics Department, May 21; tribute to Virgil Whitaker on his retirement, May 30; welcoming remarks to group of Korean educators visiting Stanford, Sept. 10; "Santa Clara Valley - A Model for High Technology Industry," Long Island - Midsuffolk Businessmen's Association, Oct. 22; speech on development of Bay Area electronics to Fellowship Forum, Oct. 29; introductory remarks for Mina Rees, Sigma Xi assembly, Nov. 3; "Developing the Potential of Sigma XI," Sigma Xi Assembly, Nov. 4; speech to KAIS faculty, Nov. 20.

Box 4, Folder 7

Speeches - 1975-77.

 

"Origins of the RRL," 30th Anniversary Dinner, April 10, 1975; Memorial Tribute at service for Hubert Heffner, April 14, 1975; remarks at Sigma Xi meeting, May 12, 1975; "Stanford Engineering and Local Industry," presented to Visiting Chinese Delegation, July 17, 1975; "Foundations of San Francisco Bay Area Electronics... The First Thirty Years," WESCON meeting, Sept. 11, 1975; speech of same title, (but with different set of notes) presented to Ham Radio Club, Feb. 27, 1976; "Electrical Engineering - Then and Now," ASEE Convention, June 15, 1976 (speech written by Dr. Terman, but because of illness, he was unable to present it -- was delivered by Jack Ryder from Dr. Terman's manuscript); dinner speech at the Bohemian Club, May 6, 1977.

 

Clippings and Articles about Frederick E. Terman Series IX 1940-1976

Scope and Contents note

Box 1-Box 3, folder 4: Chronologically arranged files of clippings and articles about Dr. Terman and the programs with which he was affiliated. All of the newspaper and magazine articles cited in the bio-bibliography in this guide can be found in this series.
Box 3, folders 5-7: Chronologically arranged files of correspondence generated by articles.
Box 4, folders 8-Box 5: Correspondence related to Terman's books. Contains correspondence with editors and publishers about production; and with readers of his books.
Box 1, Folder 1

1940 - 47

Box 1, Folder 2

1948 - 49

Box 1, Folder 3

1950

Box 1, Folder 4

1951

Box 1, Folder 5

1952

Box 1, Folder 6

1953

Box 1, Folder 7

1954

Box 1, Folder 8

1955

Box 1, Folder 9

1956

Box 1, Folder 10

1957

Box 1, Folder 11

1958

Box 1, Folder 12

1959

Box 1, Folder 13

1960

Box 1, Folder 14

1961

Box 2, Folder 1

1962

Box 2, Folder 2

1963

Box 2, Folder 3

1964

Box 2, Folder 4

1965

Box 2, Folder 5

1966

Box 2, Folder 6

1967

Box 2, Folder 7

1968

Box 2, Folder 8

1969

Box 2, Folder 9

1970

Box 2, Folder 10

1971

Box 2, Folder 11

1972

Box 3, Folder 1

1973

Box 3, Folder 2

1974

Box 3, Folder 3

1975-76

Box 3, Folder 4

1977-78

Box 3, Folder 5

1979

Box 3, Folder 6

Manuscript of article on the growth of Stanford (includes material on Terman). By Nancy Parker, 1973.

Box 3, Folder 7

Correspondence related to clippings and articles. 1948.

Box 3, Folder 8

Correspondence related to clippings and articles. 1961-73.

Box 3, Folder 9

Correspondence related to clippings and articles. 1974.

 

Publications Series X 1932-1976

Scope and Contents note

Box 1-Box 3: Chronologically arranged files of Terman's articles, papers and reports.
Box 4-Box 5: Correspondence related to Terman's publications.
 

ARTICLES

Box 1, Folder 1

"Measurements of Transients," to be presented at the Midwinter Convention of AIEE, New York, N.Y., Feb. 14-17, 1923.

Box 1, Folder 2

"The Circle Diagram of a Transmission Network," presented at the Pacific Coast Convention of the AIEE, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 6-9, 1926.

Box 1, Folder 3

Book Reviews: --"Temperature of a Contact and Related Current-Interruption Problems," (Journal AIEE, Oct. 1926, p. 930), From Journal AIEE, vol. 45, Dec. 1926, pp. 1308-9. F. E. Terman communicated after adjournment. --"Wagner and Evans: Static Stability Limits," Discussion by F. E. Terman, Transactions AIEE, Sept., 1927, p. 121.

Box 1, Folder 4

"The Electrical Engineering Research Situation in the American Universities," Science, Vol.LXV, No. 1686, April 22, 1927, pp. 385-388.

Box 1, Folder 5

"The Inverted Vacuum Tube, A Voltage-Reducing Power Amplifier," Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Feb., 1928.

Box 1, Folder 6

"Note on the Effective Heating of Code Transmitters," Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol. 16, No. 6, June, 19 8@, p-p. 802-804.

Box 1, Folder 7

"Some Principles of Grid-Leak Grid-Condensor Detection" Vol. 16, No. 10, Oct. 1928, pp. 1384-1397.

Box 1, Folder 8

"Detection Characteristics of Three Element Vacuum Tubes," by Frederick E. Terman and Thomas M. Googin, Proceedings of the Institute-of Radio Engineers, Vol.17, No.1, Jan., 1929, pp. 149-160.-

Box 1, Folder 9

"Grid-Leak Grid-Condensor Detection," Radio Broadcast, March, 1929, pp. 303-306.

Box 1, Folder 10

"Grid-Leak Power Detection," Radio Broadcast, April, 1929 pp. 382-384.

Box 1, Folder 11

"Getting the Most Out of a Detector," Radio Broadcast, May, 19-9, pp. 37-40.

Box 1, Folder 12

"Detection Characteristics of Screen-Grid and Space- Charge-Grid Tubes," by Birney Dysart and Fredrick E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers Vol.17, No.5, May, 1929, pp. 830-833.

Box 1, Folder 13

"Electrophysics - Annual Report of the Electrophysics Committee," presented at the Summer Convention of the AIEE, Swampscott, Mass., June 24-28, 1929.

Box 1, Folder 14

"Why the Grid Bias?" Radio, July 1929, pp. 57-58.

Box 1, Folder 15

"The Future of Radio Communication," Radio, Aug. 1929, pp. 23, S7-58.

Box 1, Folder 16

"Linear Power Detection," Radio Broadcast, Nov. 1929, pp. 49-50.

Box 1, Folder 17

"For Engineers Only -- Salesmen Keep Out! Experimenting With Screen Grid Tubes," Radio, Dec. 1929, pp. 47, 72.

Box 1, Folder 18

"Audio Frequency Amplification with Screen Grid Tubes," Radio, Jan. 1930, pp. 45-46, 74.

Box 1, Folder 19

"Some Possibilities of Intelligence Transmission When Using a Limited Band of Frequencies, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.18, No. 1, Jan. 1930, pp. 167-177.

Box 1, Folder 20

"Stanford on the Air," The Stanford Illustrated Review March 1930, pp. 285-288.

Box 1, Folder 21

"Note on Variations in the Amplification Factor of Triodes," by A. L. Cook and Frederick E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.15 No.6, June 1930, pp. 1044-1046.

Box 1, Folder 22

"Volume Control in Transformer Coupled Audio Frequency Amplifiers," by C. R. Skinner and Frederick E. Terman, Radio, July 1930, pp. VI-VII.

Box 1, Folder 23

"Harmonic Generation by Means of Grid Circuit Distortion by D. E. Chambers, E. H. Fisher, and F. E. Terman, presented at the Pacific Coast Convention of the AIEE, Portland, Oregon, Sept. 2-S, 1930.

Box 1, Folder 24

"Linear Detection of Heterodyne Signals," Electronics, Nov. 1930, pp. 386-387.

Box 1, Folder 25

"Some Properties of Grid Leak Power Detection," by N. R. Morgan and F. E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.18, No.12, Dec. 1930, pp. 2160-217c

Box 1, Folder 26

"The General Circle Diagram of Electrical Machinery," by Theodore Louis Lenzen, Cecil Louis Freedman, -- Kenneth Alfred Rogers and Frederick E. Terman, 1930.

Box 1, Folder 27

"Further Description, and Characteristics of the Wunderlich Radio Tube," Radio Engineering, Niav 1932, pp. 25-28.

Box 1, Folder 28

"Resistance Stabilized Oscillators," Electronics, July 1933, pp. 190-192.

Box 1, Folder 29

"Improved Circuits for Measuring Negative Resistance," Electronics, Dec. 1933.

Box 1, Folder 30

"The Calculation of Class C Amplifier and Harmonic Generator Performance of Screen-Grid and Similar Tubes," by J. H. Ferns and F. E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.22, No.3, March 1934, pp. 359-373.

Box 1, Folder 31

"Some Facts About Directional Antennas," Radio, July 1934, p. S.

Box 1, Folder 32

"Note on a Cause of Residual Hum in Rectifier-Filter Systems," by S. B. Pickles and F. E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio 'Engineers, Vol.22, No.8, Aug. 1934, pp. 1040-1041.

Box 1, Folder 34

"Some Possibilities for Low-Loss Coils," Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.23, No.9, Sept. 193S, pp. 1069-1075.

Box 1, Folder 35

"Calculations and Design of Class C Amplifiers," by W. C. Roake and F. E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.24, No.4, April 1936, pp. 620-632.

Box 1, Folder 33

"Multirange Rectifier Instruments Having the Same Scale Gradations for All Ranges," Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.23, No.3, March l@5,-pp. 234-241

Box 1, Folder 36

"Dynamic Shift, Grid Bias Modulation," by F. A. Everest and F. E. Terman, Radio, No.211, July 1936, pp. 22-29, 80-82.

Box 1, Folder 37

"Feedback Amplifier Design," Electronics, Jan. 1937, pp. 12-15.

Box 1, Folder 38

"Analysis and Design of Harmonic Generators," A paper recommended by the AIEE Committee on Communication, and scheduled for presentation of the ALEE Summer Convention, Washington, D. C., June -24, 1938, AIEE Technical Paper 38-73, May 1938.

Box 1, Folder 39

"A High Efficiency Grid-Modulated Amplifier," Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.26, No.8, Aug. 1938, pp. 929-945, presented before Pacific Coast Meeting, Spokane, Washington, Sept. 2, 193'

Box 1, Folder 40

"Frequency Response Characteristic of Amplifiers Employing Negative Feedback," by Wen-Yuan Pan and Frederick E. Terman, Communications, Vol.19, no.3, March 1939, pp. 5-8.

Box 1, Folder 41

"Some Applications of Negative Feedback with Particular Reference to Laboratory Equipment," by R. R. Buss, W. R. Hewlett, F. C. Cahill, and F. E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.27, No.10, Oct. 1939, pp. 649-655.

Box 1, Folder 42

"Calculation and Design of Resistance-Coupled Amplifiers Using Pentode Tubes," by W. R. Hewlett, C. W. Palmer, Wen-Yuan Pan, and F. E. Terman, paper 40-52, recommended by the AIEE Committee on Communication, and presented at the AIEE Winter Convention, New York, N. Y., Jan. 22- 26, 1940.

Box 1, Folder 43

"Developments in 'Double El," Stanford Illustrated Review, Vol.41, Feb. 1940, pp. 21-22.

Box 1, Folder 44

"Notes on Power Required for Noise Jamming," by W. D. White and F. E. Terman, Report No. 44, June 18, 1943, Radio Research Laboratory, Harvard University.

Box 1, Folder 45

"The Compensated Loop Direction Finder," by Joseph M. Petit and Frederick E. Terman, Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.33, No.5, May 1945.

Box 1, Folder 46

"Science Legislation and National Progress," Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.3S, No.9, Sept. 1947.

Box 1, Folder 47

"Administrative Policies and Objectives of Research in Engineering Colleges," Journal of Engineering Education Vol.38, No.4, Dec. 1947, pp. 281-28S.

Box 1, Folder 48

"Forward," Very High Frequency Techniques, McGraw-Hill Co., New York,-1947.

Box 1, Folder 49

"Fundamental Research in University and College Laboratories and Its Contribution to industrial Research and Development," address given at the afternoon session of Proceedings of the First Annual Northern California Research Conference, Jan. 12, 1949, Palace Hotel, San Francisco.

Box 1, Folder 50

"Great Strength in Engineering Traces to University Founders," Stanford Alumni Review, Vol.51, No.3, pp. 26-

Box 1, Folder 51

"New Times Bring New Problems," Jan. 1950.

Box 1, Folder 51a

"Report on Engineering Education in the California State Colleges," by Members of the Engineering Survey Committee: Frank W. Fink, Paul E. Jefiers, H. Wayne Tau and Frederick E. Terman, June 1952.

Box 1, Folder 52

"From Classrooms Come Progress," Electrical West, Vol.1 No.6, pp. 90-92.

Box 1, Folder 53

"Electrical Engineers Are Going Back to Science!" Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.44, No.6, pp. 738-740.

Box 1, Folder 54

"Electrical Engineering Curricula in a Changing World." acceptance address of Members-for-Life Fund Medal presented at the Fall General Meeting, Chicago, Ill., Oct. 1-5, IS

Box 1, Folder 55

"Engineering and Engineering Education in a Modern World Journal of Petroleum Technology, pp. 19-20, paper preset. as featured speech at Welcoming Luncheon at Petroleum Branch Fall Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, Oct. 14-17, 1956.

Box 1, Folder 56

"Why Do We Do Research?" An address at the Seventeenth Annual Stanford Business Conference, July 22, 1958.

Box 1, Folder 57

"Observations on Engineering Education," Aero/Space Engine , Vol.17, No.12, pp. 48-49, 54.

Box 1, Folder 58

"William F. Durand," Year Book of the American Philosophical Society, 1958, pp.118-203.

Box 1, Folder 59

"Why Do We Do Research?" IRE Student Quarterly, Sept. 1 pp. 20-26.

Box 1, Folder 60

"Education - A Vitamin for Growth Industries , preprint of paper prepared for presentation at San Francisco Region- al Technical Meeting of American Iron and Steel Institute Nov. 6, 1959.

Box 1, Folder 61

"Engineering Education in New York State," April 1960.

Box 1, Folder 62

"The Growth of Science in Industry," Proceedings of the International Science Foundation, Brainpower Forum, 1960 Conference, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey California, Oct. 3-5, 1960, pp. 16-25, 142-146.

Box 1, Folder 63

"Education: A Basic Component of the New Electronics," presented at luncheon of the 16th National Electronics manufacturers, Oct. 12. 1960.

Box 1, Folder 64

"Scientific Progress, the Universities, and the Federal Government," statement by the President's Science Advisory Committee, the White House, Washington, D.C., Nov. 15, is

Box 1, Folder 65

"Electronics and Education in the Midwest," The Michigan Economic Record, Vol.3, No.1, Jan, 1961, pp. 7-8.

Box 1, Folder 66

"Engineering and Scientific Manpower for the Cold War - the Next Decade," presented to PSAC Manpower Panel, April 2-- 1962.

Box 1, Folder 67

"Education in 2012 for Communication and Electronics." Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.50, No.5, May 1 1962, pp. 570-571.

Box 1, Folder 68

"Electrical Engineering Education Today," Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol.50, No.5, May 1962 pp. 955-956.

Box 1, Folder 69

"Electrical Engineering Education: 1912 versus 1962," IRE Student Quarterly, May 1962.

Box 1, Folder 70

"Meeting Manpower Needs in Science and Technology," a report of the President's Science Advisory Committee, the, White House, Washington, D.C., Dec. 12, 1962.

Box 1, Folder 71

"Higher Education and Training in a Research Community," Research and the Community, Department of Commerce, State of New York, 1962, pp. 11-21.

Box 2, Folder 1

"Stanford University," Industrial Research, April 1963, pp. 55-58.

Box 2, Folder 2

"Scientific and Engineering Manpower in a Highly Competitive World," Stanford Review, May-June 1963, pp. 16-21.

Box 2, Folder 3

"Statement on Manpower Needs in Science and Technology," statement prepared for Congresswoman Edith Greene, 1963.

Box 2, Folder 4

"The Newly Emerging Community of Technical Scholars," Colorado and the New Technological Revolution., Proceedings of the University-industry Liaison Conference, April 1964. pp. 43-53.

Box 2, Folder 5

Measure, Hewlett-Packard Co., Twenty-fifth Anniversary Issue, Vol.2, No.9, Sept.-Oct. 1964, pp. 4.

Box 2, Folder 6

"Comments on the Development of Centers of Excellence," written for Gilliland Panel, Oct. 7, 1964.

Box 2, Folder 7

"William Gould Dow," New Research Frontiers in Physical Electronics - Proceedings of a Recognition Seminar in Honor of Professor William G. Dow, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Dec. 3-4, 1964, pp. 1-7.

Box 2, Folder 8

"Engineering Schools in the State of Ohio," 1964.

Box 2, Folder 9

"Herbert Hoover, Engineer," Science, Vol.147, No.3654, Jan. 8, 1965, pp.125-127.

Box 2, Folder 10

"Engineering Growth and the Community," Journal of. Engine Education, Feb. 1965, pp. x, xiii.

Box 2, Folder 11

"The University and Technology Utilization," NASA University Program Review Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, March 1-3, 1965, pp. 291-299.

Box 2, Folder 12

"Research Trends in U.S. Universities," (article in Russian), Scinteia, Vol.35, No.6770, Oct. 14, 1965.

Box 2, Folder 13

"A Modern Community of Scholars," response to a talk by Dean Joseph Petite, Nov. 1965.

Box 2, Folder 14

"Education in Engineering and Science in the USSR," tri report, mission sponsored by U.S. Office of Education, Dec. 3-29, 1965.

Box 2, Folder 15

"Review of the National Science Foundation," hearings before the Subcommittee on Science Research and Development of the Committee on Science and Astronautics, U.S. House of Representatives, Eighty-ninth Congress First Session Vol.1, No.6, 1965, pp.687-690.

Box 2, Folder 16

"Engineering and Research," Listen to Leaders in Engineering, Ed. Albert Love and James Childers, Atlanta: Tuppe and Love, 1965, pp. 31-47.

Box 2, Folder 17

"Institute for Science and Technology in New Jersey: TI Dimensions of the University," preliminary report prepared for Industry Committee for Graduate Center for Science and Technology in New Jersey, Oct 15, 1965.

Box 2, Folder 18

"Excellence in Science and Engineering in Colorado Universities," by Frederick E. Terman, assisted by Robert Hind and George Masek, prepared for Colorado Commission on Higher Education under a contract with the Academy for Educational Development, Inc., Jan. 16, 1967.

Box 2, Folder 19

"A Study of Engineering Education in California," by Frederick E. Terman, assisted by Robert Hind and L.F. McGhie, prepared for Coordination Council for Higher Education, State of California, March 1968.

Box 2, Folder 20

"The Development of an Engineering College Program," Journal of Engineering Education, Vol.58, No.9, May 1968, pp. 1053-1055.

Box 2, Folder 21

"Economic Factors Relating to Engineering Programs," Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 59, No. 6, Feb. 1969.

Box 2, Folder 22

"Engineering Education in New York," by Frederick E. Terman, assisted by Glenn E. Reeling, consultants to the State Education Department, the University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, March 1969.

Box 2, Folder 23

"The Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn," by Frederick E. Terman, consultant to the State Education Department, the University of the State of New York, Albany, New York March 1969.

Box 3, Folder 1

"Engineering Education in Retrospect and in Prospect," Jan. 1970.

Box 3, Folder 2

"Education in Engineering and Engineering Technology in Colorado," by Frederick E. Terman, Archie Higdon, and M.R. Lohmann, Colorado Commission on Higher Education, Aug. 1970.

Box 3, Folder 3

"Survey Reports on the Establishment of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science," by Donald L. Benedict, KunMo Chun, Franklin A. Long, Thomas L. Martin, and Frederick E. Terman, prepared for U.S. Agency for International Development, Dec. 1970-Jan. 1971.

Box 3, Folder 4

"Comments on Organization and Planning for Korea Advanced Institute of Science," by KunMo Chun, reviewed by Frederick E. Terman, supplement to Survey Report on the Establishment of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science, prepared for U.S. Agency for International Development, Jan. 1971.

Box 3, Folder 5

"Supply of Scientific and Engineering Manpower: Surplus and Shortage," Science, Vol.173, July 30, 1971, pp. 399-405. An abbreviation of this article appears in the Jan. 1972 issue of Spectrum. There were no substantive changes in the abbreviated article.

Box 3, Folder 6

"A Study of Engineering and Engineering Technology Education in Florida," prepared for Chancellor's office, State University system of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida by Frederick E. Terman and Archie Higdon, Aug. 1971.

Box 3, Folder 7

"Changing Needs for Ph.D.'s," IEEE Spectrum, Jan. 1972. pp. 79-81.

Box 3, Folder 8

"Trends in Engineering Education in the United States," June 1972.

Box 3, Folder 9

"Study on Feasibility of Merging Lowell Technological Institute and Lowell State College," by Norman P. Auburn, Archie Higdon, William H. Plennons and Frederick E. Terman consultants for Academy for Educational Development, prepared for Lowell Technological Institute/ Lowell State College Merger Commission of the Common- wealth of Massachusetts.

Box 3, Folder 10

"Measurement and the Growth of Knowledge," Basic Electronic Instrument Handbook, Clyde F. Coombs ed., McGraw-Hill Co., 1972, pp. 1.3-1.4.

Box 3, Folder 11

"Engineering Education in the State of Oregon," by C.V. Kirkpatrick, Carl W. Hall and Frederick E. Terman, Memorandum, Jan. 25, 1973.

Box 3, Folder 12

"Manpower Projections for Engineering - the Next Quarter Century," Engineering and Society: Opportunities for Change, Proceedings of the 25th Annual College - Industry Conference, Stanford University, Feb. 8-9, 1973.

Box 3, Folder 13

"Engineering, Engineering Technology and Industrial Technology in Utah," by Archie Higdon and Frederick E. Terman, prepared for the Utah System of Higher Education (preliminary draft).

Box 3, Folder 14

"The H-P Experience Yesterday," Measure, Aug.-Sept. 1973, pp. 4-8.

Box 3, Folder 15

"Aid to Private Higher Education in Massachusetts: Why? How?" prepared for the higher education study conducted by the Academy for Educational Development for the Massachusetts Advisory Council on Education.

Box 3, Folder 16 "

The Supply of Engineers," IEEE Spectrum , May 1974, pp. 58.

Box 3, Folder 17

"William Webster Hansen," American Dictionary of Biography, Supplement Four 1946-1950, Charles Scribner's Sons, N.Y., 1974, pp. 357-359.

Box 3, Folder 18

Sigma Xi editorials printed in American Scientist, --"For the Encouragement of Scientific Research," Sept.-Oct. 1975; --"A Headquarters Organization to Serve Sigma Xi Members," Nov.-Dec. 1975.

Box 3, Folder 20

"William Frederick Durand, 1859-1958: A Biographical Memoir," Biographical Memoirs, Vol.XLVIII, The National Academy of Sciences of the United States, Washington, D.C 1976, pp. 152-193.

Box 3, Folder 19

"A Brief History of Engineering Education," Proceedings Of the IEEE, Vol.64, No.9, Sept. 1976, pp. 1399-1407.

 

ARTICLES - RELATED CORRESPONDENCE

Box 4, Folder 1

Oct. 1954 - Sept. 1956.

Box 4, Folder 2

1958 - 61.

Box 4, Folder 3

1962 - 65.

Box 4, Folder 4

1968 - 70.

Box 4, Folder 5

1971 - 74.

Box 4, Folder 6

Durand Biography. National Academy of Sciences. 1959 - 77.

Box 4, Folder 7

Durand Biography. Dictionary of American Biography. 1975.

Box 4, Folder 9

Army/Navy Book Correspondence. 1938 - 41.

Box 4, Folder 8

Army/Navy Book Correspondence. 1937.

Box 4, Folder 10

McGraw-Hill Book Company. 1932 - 36.

Box 4, Folder 11

McGraw-Hill Book Company. 1937.

Box 4, Folder 12

McGraw-Hill Book Company. 1938 - 41.

Box 4, Folder 13

McGraw-Hill Book Company. 1942 - 45.

Box 5, Folder 1

Radio Engineering: production and pre-publication correspondence. 1929 - 31.

Box 5, Folder 2

Radio Engineering: production and pre-publication correspondence. 1932.

Box 5, Folder 3

Radio Handbook: production and pre-publication correspondence. 1939 - 43.

Box 5, Folder 4

Readers, correspondence with. 1932 - 36.

Box 5, Folder 5

Readers, correspondence with. 1937 - 42.

Box 5, Folder 6

Readers, correspondence with. 1943 - 45.

Box 5, Folder 7

Transmission Line Theory. 1924 - 33.

 

History of Electronics Series XI 1934-1977

Scope and Contents note

All three boxes of this series contain alphabetically arranged subject folders on topics related to the history of electronics and electrical engineering. The folders consist primarily of newspaper and magazine clippings compiled by Dr. Terman; and some correspondence with and about important figures in electronics. In addition, there are unpublished autobiographies of Cyril Elwell and Peter Jensen filed under their respective names. Researchers interested in the history of electronics should also see Series V, boxes 6 through 10 of this collection.
Box 1, Folder 1

A. 1963 - 74.

Box 1, Folder 2

Armstrong, Edwin. 1952 - 56.

Box 1, Folder 3

B. 1950 - 77.

Box 1, Folder 4

Bancroft Library. 1974 - 78.

Box 1, Folder 5

Bay Area Electronics. 1963 - 69.

Box 1, Folder 6

C. 1974 - 76.

Box 1, Folder 7

Corporate historians. 1977.

Box 1, Folder 8

de Forest, Lee. 1934 - 64.

Box 1, Folder 9

Dickow, H. W. 1967.

Box 1, Folder 10

E. 1958 - 64.

Box 1, Folder 11

Electrical Engineering. 1961 - 62.

Box 1, Folder 12

Electronics. 1952 - 65.

Box 1, Folder 13

Elwell, Cyril F. 1922 - 64.

Box 1, Folder 14

Elwell, Cyril F.: Autobiographies. 1958 59.

Box 1, Folder 15

F. 1961 - 77.

Box 1, Folder 16

Farnsworth, Phil. 1971 - 78.

Box 1, Folder 17

Federal Telegraph Company. 1912.

Box 1, Folder 18

G. 1953 - 74.

Box 1, Folder 19

Gill, Sir Archibald. 1973 - 74.

Box 2, Folder 1

H. 1971 - 76.

Box 2, Folder 2

Hewlett-Packard. 1973.

Box 2, Folder 3

Hughes, Thomas. 1962 - 65.

Box 2, Folder 4

I. 1959 - 77.

Box 2, Folder 5

J. 1965 - 72.

Box 2, Folder 6

Jensen, Peter: Autobiography. 1955.

Box 2, Folder 7

Klystron. 1947 - 75.

Box 2, Folder 8

L. 1961 - 75.

Box 2, Folder 9

Loughren, Arthur. 1973 74.

Box 2, Folder 10

M. 1960 - 76.

Box 2, Folder 11

Microwaves. 1963 68.

Box 2, Folder 12

N. 1974 - 76.

Box 2, Folder 13

0. 1972 - 76.

Box 2, Folder 14

P. 1963 - 76.

Box 2, Folder 15

Palo Alto. 1955 70.

Box 2, Folder 16

Physics, Center for. The History of. 1975.

Box 2, Folder 17

Power, Electrical. 1972.

Box 2, Folder 18

Pratt, Haraden. 1959 - 64.

Box 3, Folder 1

R. 1964 - 75.

Box 3, Folder 3

S. 1961 - 74.

Box 3, Folder 2

Radar. 1972.

Box 3, Folder 4

Semiconductors. 1961 - 73.

Box 3, Folder 5

Stanford Engineering History. 1974.

Box 3, Folder 6

Stanford Research Institute. History, 1946 - 55. By Weldon Gibson, 1964.

Box 3, Folder 7

Susskind, Charles. Understanding Technology. 1972.

Box 3, Folder 8

T. 1963 - 74.

Box 3, Folder 9

Television. 1952 - 72. (See also files Farnsworth and Loughren.)

Box 3, Folder 10

Transistors, History of. 1973 - 74.

Box 3, Folder 11

U. 1961.

Box 3, Folder 12

V. 1961 - 75.

Box 3, Folder 13

Varian Associates. 1958 - 73.

Box 3, Folder 14

Wireless Radio - early history. 1972.

Box 3, Folder 15

X, Y, Z. 1961 - 76.

 

Personal Papers Series XII 1922-1978

Scope and Contents note

The boxes in this series contain personal correspondence and papers of Dr. Terman. Included are two boxes of genealogical papers containing information on the Terman family and on his wife, Sibyl Walcutt's family. Boxes 3-5 contain correspondence between Terman and Sibyl Walcutt Terman, as well as letters from and to their parents, children, other relations and friends. Boxes 6-7 contain the professional files of Sibyl Walcutt Terman, including correspondence, manuscripts, and records from her work teaching children with reading problems and her involvement in the effort to reform how reading is taught in the public schools.
 

GENEALOGY

Box 1, Folder 1

Terman Genealogy: general description of material in genealogical boxes (SC XII, Box I & 2), written by FET in 1979, 2 pp.

Box 1, Folder 2

David Crews Donan of Kentucky and His Family, 1774- 1974, by Frances Donan Patchett, Adams Press, Chicago, 1977.

Box 1, Folder 3

"A Tarman, Terman, Genealogy," unpublished ms. compiled by Arriel Crouch, Indianapolis, Ind., 1961, @200 pp.

Box 1, Folder 4

Correspondence with Fred Duncan and Purley C. Emmons, FET's namesakes, 1949-1977.

Box 1, Folder 5

Correspondence re. Lewis Terman's biography, 1976-78.

Box 1, Folder 6

Correspondence about James W. Terman and Martha Cutsinger Terman family, 1946-1977.

Box 1, Folder 7

Papers about Lewis Madison Terman and Anna Belle Minton family, 1946-1977.

Box 1, Folder 8

Papers re. Anna Belle Minton's family, 1973 & n.d.

Box 1, Folder 9

Misc. correspondence from relatives seeking information from FET, 1966-1979.

Box 1, Folder 10

Correspondence w/ Hazel Gross and John Brunner, 1962-78.

Box 1, Folder 11

Correspondence w/ Maurice J. Terman, James A. Terman, Ernest L. Patchett and others about family history, 1965-1975.

Box 1, Folder 12

Miscellaneous Correspondence about Terman family, 1976-1977.

Box 2, Folder 1

Minton Family: letters from John Greenup Minton to his mother Armenia Mohlar, 1862-1864, and letters about JGM through 1868.

Box 2, Folder 2

Minton Family, letters from Harriet Hogan to her mother, Armenia Mohlar and brother, Eddie Mohlar, 1881-1882.

Box 2, Folder 3

Minton Family: letters from Franci Richardson to Armenia Mohlar, her sister-in-law, 1887-1890 and n.d.

Box 2, Folder 4

Minton Family: Misc. correspondence, 1846-1895.

Box 2, Folder 5

Lewis Terman Genealogy: correspondence. w/ Bertha Terman Clark, James A. Terman, John Terman and others, 1924-56.

Box 2, Folder 6

Lewis Terman Genealogy: correspondence. w/ Robert Terman, 1944-1955.

Box 2, Folder 7

Lewis Terman Genealogy: correspondence. w/ William T. Terman, and others, 1946-1956.

Box 2, Folder 8

Lewis Terman Genealogy: correspondence. w/ the Institute of American Genealogy, 1924-1938.

Box 2, Folder 9

Lewis Terman Genealogy: misc. correspondence., mostly about Arriel's Crouch genealogy on the Terman Family, 1928-1930.

Box 2, Folder 10

Walcutt Genealogy: misc. papers, 1974 and n.d.

Box 2, Folder 11

Walcutt Genealogy: Family Tree chart, n.d.

 

PERSONAL PAPERS

Box 3, Folder 1

FET Incoming Correspondence, 1928-69 and n.d.

Box 3, Folder 2

F.E.T. Outgoing Correspondence, 1931,1941, 1954.

Box 3, Folder 3

F.E.T. to Sibyl Walcutt Terman, Aug. 1927- April 1942 and n.d.

Box 3, Folder 4

F.E.T. to Sibyl Walcutt Terman, April 1948- Aug. 1970 and n.d.

Box 3, Folder 5

F.E.T. miscellaneous papers and notes, 1940's, 1953, 1954,1967, & n.d.

Box 3, Folder 6

Sibyl W. Terman letters to F.E.T., Aug. 1927- June 1972 & n.d.

Box 3, Folder 7

Sibyl W. Terman: formal invitations, cards, 1925-64 & n.d.

Box 3, Folder 8

Sibyl W. Terman: medical records, notes on family history, clippings, etc., 1930-1970.

Box 3, Folder 9

Correspondence. from F.E.T.'s children, Terry and Fred Jr., to F.E.T. and S.W.T., 1940-1944. (Includes some school records.)

Box 3, Folder 10

F.E.T. letters to parents, Lewis Madsen Terman & Anna B. Terman, originals, March 1942-Nov. 1945.

Box 4, Folder 1

F.E.T. to L.M.T. & A.B.T., carbon copies, Oct. 1942 - Nov. 1945.

Box 4, Folder 2

F.E.T.'s wife, Sibyl, and their children to F.E.T.'s parents, 1942-1945.

Box 4, Folder 3

Sibyl W. Terman to L.M.T. and A.B.T., 1942-1946.

Box 4, Folder 4

Correspondence. from F.E.T.'s parents, Lewis and Anna Terman, June 1929- Nov. 1945.

Box 4, Folder 5

Correspondence. from F.E.T.'s parents, Lewis and Anna Terman, n.d.

Box 4, Folder 6

Correspondence. to and from Lewis M. Terman's relatives, March 1952-April 1956.

Box 4, Folder 7

Papers relating to the death of Anna B. Terman, March 1956 - April 1956.

Box 4, Folder 8

Lewis M. Terman's will, 1948.

Box 4, Folder 9

Misc. Correspondence, 1949.

Box 4, Folder 10

Christmas Cards and telegrams, 1926-1949.

Box 5, Folder 1

Sibyl W. Terman to her relatives, 12/1920-7/1922.

Box 5, Folder 2

S.W.T. to friends, August 1922, Mar. 1973.

Box 5, Folder 3

Alice, S.W.T.'s sister, to S.W.T., 1/21-6/49 & n.d.

Box 5, Folder 4

Charles Child Walcutt (Bill), S.W.T.'s brother, to Sibyl, 11/21-9/45.

Box 5, Folder 5

Connie Mitchell, Sibyl W. Terman's sister, to S.W.T., 5/22-2/49 & n.d.

Box 5, Folder 6

Francie S.W.T.'s sister, to S.W.T., 10/1926-4/1927.

Box 5, Folder 7

Sue Walcutt, Mrs. Charles C. Walcutt (Bill), S,W.T.'s brother's wife, to Sibyl, 1/34-11/48 & n.d.

Box 5, Folder 8

Winkie Walcutt, Sibyl's sister, to Sibyl W. Terman, 1/21-1/1931

Box 5, Folder 9

Winkie Walcutt, Sibyl's sister, to Sibyl W. Terman, 11/1932-1/1950 & n.d.

Box 5, Folder 10

Winnie, Sibyl's sister, to S.W.T., 6/1921-2/1950 & n.d

Box 5, Folder 11

Sibyl Walcutt Terman's mother to S.W.T., 2/1921-1/1936

Box 5, Folder 12

Sibyl W. Terman's father to S.W.T., 12/ 1920-4/1922.

Box 5, Folder 13

Miscellaneous correspondence. from relatives to Sibyl W. Terman, 1956-58 & n.d.

Box 5, Folder 14

Sibyl W. Terman, correspondence. from friends, written in German, Dec. 1921-Jan. 1934 & n.d.

Box 5, Folder 15

Sibyl W. Terman, correspondence. from friends and relatives, 5/1921-7/1971.

Box 5, Folder 16

Sibyl W. Terman, incoming correspondence. about real estate matters, conferences in which S.W.T. participated, etc., 2/1928-5/1964.

Box 5, Folder 17

Sibyl W. Terman and F.E.T.'s wedding: newsclipping, gift record, 1928.

Box 5, Folder 18

Sibyl W. Terman's school papers, 1923-30.

Box 5, Folder 19

Sibyl W. Terman: sorority material, 1925.

Box 5, Folder 20

Sibyl W. Terman: College Papers, 1920's.

Box 5, Folder 21

Sibyl W. Terman: correspondence. w/ Dr. Melvin Page about family health problems, 1946-1947, n.d.

Box 5, Folder 22

Sibyl W. Terman: correspondence. w/ Drs. Barach and Pons about possible food allergies, 1963.

Box 5, Folder 23

Lewis Terman (F.E.T. & S.W.T.'s son): school papers, drawings, n.d.

Box 5, Folder 

Lewis Terman (F.E.T. & S.W.T.'s son): school project: "Labor: Its Problems and Solutions (T@ Any)" n.d.

Box 5, Folder 24 Frederick Walcutt Terman (F.E.T & S.W.T.'s son): misc. correspondence. and drawings, 1930's. 5

25 Frederick Walcutt Terman: correspondence. to S.W.T., 1956- 58 and n.d.

Box 5, Folder 26 Frederick Walcutt Terman: IQ Tests, school papers, 1930's-1940's. 5

27 Terrence Terman (F.E.T. & S.W.T.'s son): correspondence. to S.W.T., 1956. Terrence Terman: School Records, papers, 1942-1948.

Box 5, Folder 28 Terrence Terman: ms. of childhood story, "The Ad- ventures of the Double Bean," n.d. 5

29 The Modern Baby Book and Child Development Record: contains information on F.E.T.'s and S.W.T.'s children, n.d.

 

PROFESSIONAL PAPERS OF SIBYL WALCUTT TERMAN: GENERAL FILES

Box 6, Folder 1

"All Parents Aren't Stupid," correspondence., 1957-1959 and copy of article, [1958].

Box 6, Folder 2

Bliven, Bruce: correspondence., June-Sept. 19S8.

Box 6, Folder 3

Brauch, Betty: writings on phonics, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 4

Brown, Pat: correspondence., 1959-1963.

Box 6, Folder 5

Calif. Phonics Survey, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 6

Carden Reading Method: correspondence with Mae Carden and others, 1958-1961.

Box 6, Folder 7

Carden Reading Method: correspondence and papers re., 1961 & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 8

Carden Reading Method: correspondence regarding Arthur T. Gates' article "Results of Teaching a Method of Phonics," 1961.

Box 6, Folder 9

Carden Reading Method: papers concerning, 1961 & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 10

Caroline, Sister W.: papers, 1959-1963.

Box 6, Folder 11

Chall, Jeanne: correspondence & papers, 1963-65.

Box 6, Folder 12

Children's Books, Bibliography of, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 13

"Can Johnny Read," (no author, possibly Sibyl Terman), 15 pp., n.d.

Box 6, Folder 14

Citizens Advisory Committee: papers, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 15

Committee on Educational Standards, Arram Goldstein, Chairman, 1958-59.

Box 6, Folder 16

Communism: notes and articles, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 17

Correspondence., general, 1956-60.

Box 6, Folder 18

Correspondence., general, 1964-6S.

Box 6, Folder 19

Cottrell, Alice: Phonics Digest, 1958.

Box 6, Folder 20

Council for Basic Education: corpse., 1959-62.

Box 6, Folder 21

"Cracking the Phonic Barrier," S.W. Terman & C.E. Walcutt, 1957.

Box 6, Folder 22

Davis, Marcus F.: correspondence and papers about the Hay- Wingo "Reading with Phonics" series, 1957.

Box 6, Folder 23

Franklin Square Public School Tests, 1956-57.

Box 6, Folder 24

Gates Primary Reading Test, 1964 & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 25

Greenman, Margaret: correspondence and papers re. Fisher, Glen Hayden, and Champaign, Illinois study, 1960.

Box 6, Folder 26

Hanna, Paul R.: correspondence and papers, 1956-S9.

Box 6, Folder 27

Hendrickson, William A.: correspondence and papers, 1963-65.

Box 6, Folder 28

Hepburn, Peggy: report on her school difficulties, 2pp.

Box 6, Folder 29

Independent Schools, Calif. Association of, 19S8.

Box 6, Folder 30

Intelligence Tests, 1926, 1937.

Box 6, Folder 31

International Child Art Center, 1961 & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 32

International Reading Association: correspondence, papers., 1963-65.

Box 6, Folder 33

Jahn, Helen: correspondence and papers, 1964.

Box 6, Folder 34

Johnson, Mary (Mrs. E.G.): correspondence, papers, 1958-1965.

Box 6, Folder 35

Lecture Notes, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 36

Lippincott Co.: correspondence, May 1959-Sept. 1959.

Box 6, Folder 37

Lowe, Helen: correspondence, papers, 1965.

Box 6, Folder 38

Waiting Lists for Lectures, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 39

Metropolitan Achievement Tests: Mom's Township Public Schools, 1958.

Box 6, Folder 40

Misc. correspondence, mailing lists, 1961, 1965, & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 41

Monmouth College Phonics Workshop, 1959.

Box 6, Folder 42

Mosse, Hilde: correspondence and papers, 1963.

Box 6, Folder 43

"New Classifications of the Red-Green Color Blind," Sibyl W. Terman, Stanford University, pp. 237-251, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 44

Nonsense Tests - Digraphs, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 45

Open Court Publishing Co., correspondence and papers, 1964.

Box 6, Folder 46

Owens, Stephen: correspondence and papers, July 1959- Oct. 1960.

Box 6, Folder 47

Palo Alto Schools: minutes from meetings, reports, 1946-1959 & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 48

Pettit, Marilyn: correspondence and test results re., May 1963.

Box 6, Folder 49

Phonics: correspondence and papers re. Bremner- Davis method, 1963.

Box 6, Folder 50

Phonics, original system, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 51

Phono-visual method: correspondence and papers, 1962-65.

Box 6, Folder 52

Phono-visual method: examples of students' work using method, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 53

Phonics Systems, misc. 1960.

Box 6, Folder 54

Reading: Chaos and Cure, S.W. Terman and Charles Walcutt McGraw-Hill Book, Co., New York, 1959: correspondence, 1958-59.

Box 6, Folder 55

Reading Chaos and Cure: correspondence, 1960-66, 1971 & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 56

Reading Chaos and Cure: Fred Terman Jr.'s criticism of, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 57

Reading Chaos and Cure: misc. papers, 1963-64.

Box 6, Folder 58

Reading Chaos and Cure: permissions to quote, 1958.

Box 6, Folder 59

Reading Chaos and Cure: reviews of, 1958-S9.

Box 6, Folder 60

Reading Chaos and Cure: Saturday Evening Post article re., 1960.

Box 6, Folder 61

Reading: Chaos and Cure: Sibyl W. Terman's dictated solutions for original ms., n.d.

Box 6, Folder 62

Reading: Chaos and Cure: suggested deletions and revisions, 1957 & n.d.

Box 6, Folder 63

Reading: Chaos and Cure: typed quotes from other books, n.d.

Box 6, Folder 64

Reading: correspondence and papers about teaching reading, 1957-64.

Box 6, Folder 65

Reading: language disability, articles re., 1951-64.

Box 6, Folder 66

Reading: papers re. methods of teaching reading, 1961.

Box 6, Folder 67

Reading Problems: Notes about answers to educationists' theories regarding, 4 pp., n.d.

Box 6, Folder 68

Reading Reform Foundation: correspondence, 1961-6S.

Box 6, Folder 69

Reading Reform Foundation: papers, 1962-65.

Box 7, Folder 1

Regnery, Henry: correspondence, 1960, 1965.

Box 7, Folder 2

Rubicam, Bettina: correspondence and papers, 1965.

Box 7, Folder 3

Spalding, Romalda: correspondence and papers, 19S8-1964 and n.d.

Box 7, Folder 4

Specific Language Disability: newsclippings, 1965.

Box 7, Folder 5

Spelling: examples of poor spelling and writing, 1956-58 & n.d.

Box 7, Folder 6

Spelling: misc. papers re. S.W. Terman ms. on spelling, n.d.

Box 7, Folder 7

Spelling Demons: notes, n.d.

Box 7, Folder 8

Spelling notes, n.d. (for S.W. Terman's ms. on Spelling).

Box 7, Folder 9

Spelling Rules: misc. notes, n.d.

Box 7, Folder 10

Spelling Tests: Stanford Achievement, 1953.

Box 7, Folder 11

Stanford Achievement Test , 1938.

Box 7, Folder 12

Stanford Achievement Tests, Intermediate, 1950.

Box 7, Folder 13

Stanford Diagnostic Phonics Survey, 1960.

Box 7, Folder 14

Sullivan Association: correspondence and papers, 1961-65.

Box 7, Folder 15

Sutich, Anthony Jr.: correspondence and papers, 1958.

Box 7, Folder 16

Taylor, Don: transcript of talk with S.W. Terman, 4/23/56.

Box 7, Folder 17

Teaching: Stanford faculty children with reading problems, Oct. 1957.

Box 7, Folder 18

Teaching: Mayfield School, 1951-52.

Box 7, Folder 19

Teaching: Stories written by Mayfield School children, n.d. [1951?]

Box 7, Folder 20

Tests, misc.: Interest Inventory, Diagnostic Inventory, Concept Mastery, n.d.

Box 7, Folder 21

"Through the Phonic Barrier," requests for, 1959-60.

Box 7, Folder 22

Watson, Dorothy: papers and correspondence, 1961-62.

 

Addenda Series XIII 1980

Scope and Contents note

The boxes in this series were added to the collection in 1980, when the remainder of the collection had already been processed and a list typed. These files were thus made into a separate series instead of being integrated into earlier series. They include files on Terman's consulting activities, some folders connected with Stanford 'University administration, miscellaneous correspondence and reprints of articles and papers, office calendars from 1965 through 1978, and files on Terman's relationship with Vannevar Bush, Herbert Hoover, and Herbert Hoover Jr.
Box 1, Folder 1

Bush, Vannever: correspondence and articles about, 1971-74.

Box 1, Folder 2

California State Museum of Science and Technology, Science Award, 1957-58.

Box 1, Folder 3

Consulting: Academy for Educational Development, 1972-7E

Box 1, Folder 4

Consulting: Arthur Vining Davis Foundation- John F. Kennedy University, Orinda, Calif. 1975-80.

Box 1, Folder 5

Consulting: Coordinating Council for Higher Education, 1968.

Box 1, Folder 6

Consulting: Coordinating Council for Higher Education, California State Colleges, misc., 1968.

Box 1, Folder 7

Consulting: Coordinating Council for Higher Education, Humboldt State College, 1969-70.

Box 1, Folder 8

Consulting: Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, correspondence with Lyle N. Nelson, 1957-77.

Box 1, Folder 9

Consulting: Dreyfus Foundation, new project, 1975.

Box 1, Folder 10

Consulting: Dreyfus Foundation, Advisory Committee, 1976

Box 1, Folder 11

Consulting: Dreyfus Foundation, correspondence, papers, 1976.

Box 1, Folder 12

Consulting: Dreyfus Foundation, essays, 1976.

Box 1, Folder 13

Consulting: Dreyfus Foundation, proposals, 1976.

Box 1, Folder 14

Consulting: Dreyfus Foundation, correspondence, papers, 1977-79.

Box 1, Folder 15

Consulting: Dreyfus Foundation, correspondence, papers, 1980.

Box 1, Folder 16

Consulting: Southern Methodist University, dockets 1-3, 1965-77