COULSON, Charles Alfred

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CSAC 60/4/78 CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE Supported by the Royal Society, the British Library, the Council of Engineering Institutions REPORT ON THE PAPERS OF CHARLES ALFRED COULSON, F.R.S. (1910 - 1974) Vol.I. Handlist of the papers Compiled by: Harriot Weiskittel Jeannine Alton Deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, 1978 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION VOLUME| GENERAL INTRODUCTION SECTION A. BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL Introductory note to Section A Note on 'Travel arrangements', Boxes A.5-A.11 SECTION B. SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS Introductory note to Section B SECTION C. CORRESPONDENCE Introductory note to Sections C and G Note on Shorter correspondence, Boxes C.23 - C.38 Note on Miscellaneous correspondence, Boxes C.39 -C.44 SECTION D. RELIGIOUS, HUMANITARIAN, PACIFIST WRITINGS Introductory note to Section D. SECTION E. SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS, CONFERENCES Introductory note to Section E SECTION F. RELIGIOUS, HUMANITARIAN, PACIFIST ORGANISATIONS Introductory note to Section F Index to organisations in Section F SECTION G. CORRESPONDENCE Introductory note to Section G SECTION H. OXFORD UNIVERSITY Introductory note to Section H continued Pages 3 1] 1] 20 45 45 134 134 154 173 175 175 204 204 224 224 225 242 242 257 25/ NOTE: All requests for access to the papers should be addressed in the first instance to the Keeper of Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library, Oxford. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION (continued) VOLUMEII CONSPECTUS OF CAC'S PUBLICATIONS Note on the Conspectus BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CAC'S PUBLICATIONS INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS Note on the Index Pages 267 267 291 310 310 NOTE: All requests for access to the papers should be addressed in the first instance to the Keeper of Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library, Oxford. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE COULSON PAPERS PROVENANCE The papers were received from Mrs. Eileen Coulson (widow) who had assembled them from CAC's Department, his study at home and othersources. They deal primarily with CAC's own career from about 1930 to his death in 1974, but include some earlier material relating to the Coulson family, especially Alfred Coulson, CAC's father (earliest date 1905); there is also reference to posthumously~published scientific papers by CAC, to obituaries and tributes, and to a collection of his lectures scheduled for publication in 1978. Before handing on the collection, Mrs. Coulson, assisted by Miss R. Schwerdt (CAC's secretary), Dr. W.E. Duncanson and other advisers, had perused the papers and placed them in numbered folders and boxes; theinitials 'RS' and 'WED' appear on manyof the folders. sensitive was removed andtransferred by Mrs. Coulson as a separate collection to the Bodleian Library, where it will remain under restriction until 2004. Correspondence was segregated into separate sections (C and G, see notes on pp.134-135, 242) according to the degree of scientific detail it contained, anda full list of CAC's book reviews was compiled by Mrs. Coulson (Box D.9); the entries for Boxes B.28 - B.42 are based on notes made by Dr. R.B. Mallion, Mrs. Coulson and others. work initially done before processing began. Weare very pleased to acknowledge this invaluable Material considered to be Material which might have been The collection, when received, was therefore already partly sorted, numbered and boxed, andthis seriously curtailed the degree of flexibility of treatment which it could subsequently bear. re-assembled by subject, chronological or alphabetical order could not be re-assigned because boxes were full and index numbers already allocated. Folders, some exceedingly bulky and heterogeneous in content, could not be split into more manageable units without creating a reference system so complex as to be unproductive. received from time to time throughout the processing period, could not be slotted into its logical place for lack of room and could only be attached at the end of a section. addenda; the anomalies which have ensued, though greatly regretted, were inevitable, and every effort has been made to supply cross-referencing and links between items. Sections A and B have suffered particularly from these Furthermore, new material, which continued to be C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 CONTENT 4 The sections into which the material is divided are listed on p.1-2 and each section is accompanied by a note on the principal features and interest. An account of CAC's scientific achievements, particularly in relation to molecular structure and bonding, is given in the Memoir by S.L. Altmann and E.J. Bowen FRS (Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 20, 1974, 73-134) to which reference should be made and a copy of which is included in A.14.2. Mention is made there also of his 'many-sided' life, but only a study of the manuscript collection is likely to convey the actual work- load he undertook or the charge of energy and dedication which he brought to it. tributes, as is the concluding episode when, learning that his illness was terminal, he signed eighty letters, many of which he typed himself, in the three days before his death to leavehis life in order; but it is only when these letters take their place in the folders at the end of a lifetime's correspondence and friendship, or to close a newly-projected line of research, that their poignancyis realised. Similarly, his 'legendary' correspondenceis referred to in several published From his first academic appointment at Dundee in 1938, CAC attached the greatest importance to fostering or creating research schools, and as his international reputation grew his Summer Schools, Rencontres and other meetings developed into increasingly major undertakings of widely-attended renown, while he was under constant pressure to accept research students and colleagues on sabbatical from all over the world. His successive departments were pro- lific in publications and in students who continued to spread his methods and influence. schooling, and finance as well as to supervision of research and subsequent career. atmosphere he deliberately created through informal coffee gatherings, Christmas parties, summer picnics, reunions, anniversary celebrations and similar activities designed to foster a sense of community. The paternalism of the guidance which he gavereflects the 'family' The care he showed for them extended to material details of housing, This 'group' activity almost certainly derives from his particular pursuit of the religious life, and can already be seen strongly at work in CAC's years at Cambridge 1928 - 38, in which he organised meetings, Sunday schools, summercamps, fellowship sessions and the like for friends from city, country and university circles. From the same years also date his pacifism (which he put into practice in the Second World War) and his many humanitarian interests The extent to such as care for the unemployed or the refugees of the 1930s. which these concerns continued and proliferated in later years can be seen in the collection, though it is less easy to realise at first sight now deliberately he mingled 'science' and 'religion' in his life and how interfused they are in all his dealings. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 5 lt might seem from the above that CAC was overly idealistic; but Though he was besieged bycalls to lend his time, his this is not the case. nameorhis support to countless causes, many seemingly worthy, he by no means accepted them all; the many letters in which he explains his decision to decline such appeals are carefully reasoned, kind and helpful, but illumina- ting in their revelation of his sharp eye for ill-conceived, specious or uncandid proposals. Even so, he was prodigal in the causes he undertook and the energy he expended; the unpublished talks, sermons and contributions in the collection would, if brought together, double the official bibliography of 444 items. Major writing or lecturing commitments were preceded by a culling of material - quotations, press-cuttings, statistics, etc., many annotated - which hasits own interest in providing a tour d'horizon of a topic at a particular time. The working papers, calculations and correspondence, particularly in Section B, help to provide a picture of the developmentof theoretical chemistry as a subject of scientific research and as an academic discipline with which CAC was closely involved from about 1930 until his death in 1974. CAC was himself aware also of the importance of lecture notes and drafts as a source of historical information on teaching methods, curriculum development and the spread of new ideas from the frontiers of research through the various strata of the education system; hence his preservation of his notes taken as an undergraduate and graduate at Cambridge University (A. 19.8) and his retention and updating of his own lectures and talks. In many respects, the correspondence remains the feature of the most lasting interest. The range and number of CAC's correspondents may indeed be guessed from a glance at the general index, but the brobdignagian size and disparate content of his daily postbag can best be gauged from the folders of ‘shorter! exchanges where the random chanceof alphabetical order has thrown together correspondence of every level of discourse and opinion. replies never cease to astonish, while being instantly recognisable. truly be said that he never wrote a routine letter. present from the earliest years, rests on a syntax designed to convey the quality of the speaking voice; it reflects an unwearied patience, integrity and unfailing concern with the welfare of his interlocutors, be they eminent colleagues, members of a congregation or unknown persons from the general public. touched countless lives, and never without effect. His distinctive style, He CAC's It could C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 PRESENTATION Each item has three references, to Section, box and folder. The Sections are listed in the Table of Contents on pp. 1-2; each box is given a separate page or pagesin the handlist, together with the numberof folders it contains, and a runningtitle of its general contents, e.g. BOX B.34 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 16 folders DESCRIPTIONS Titles or descriptions in inverted commas are those which appear on the folders or documents, either in CAC's hand or in those of Mrs. Coulson and her advisers who looked through the material after his death. The documents are too numerous to be individually itemised or calendared, but an account of the contents of each folder is given which it is hoped will suffice to furnish adequate guidanceto its substance. ABBREVIATIONS Publications which are listed in the Bibliography of the Royal Society Memoir by S.L. Altmann and E.J. Bowen are referred to in the form R.S. ... placed at the end of the relevant entry or entries. The only other abbreviation used is CAC, which Coulson himself always employed whenreferring in the third person to his own writings or activities. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 CORRESPONDENCE Two Sections of the collection, C and G, are devoted entirely to correspondence. Each is further sub-divided as follows: Boxes C.1 - C.22 and G.1 - G.21: individually named folders of correspondents with whom CAC had frequent and extensive exchanges and relations; these folders are all listed, dated and indexed. on pp.134-135, 242. See introductory note Boxes C.23 - C.38: 'miscellaneous folders' of shorter correspondence in which more than one correspondentis included; these folders are listed and indexed. See introductory note on p.154. Boxes C.39 - C.44: brief exchangesof letters, scientific and personal, not indexed. All other Sections also contain correspondence, muchofit extensive, or of interest. correspondents appear in the general index. This has been noted in the handlist, and the namesof the From about 1930, CAC almost always typed his letters and kept carbon Manyof these copies, in all Sections of the collection, were made copies. on the backs of incoming letters, invitations, drafts and the like. Although many of these are of interest in themselves, it has not been possible to make a note of such cases or to index the individuals or organisations concerned. Note on the index of correspondents The general index on pp. 311-364 is not exhaustive. To have included the name of every correspondent would have produced an index of unmanageable proportions and doubiful utility. Correspondents on matters in the following categories have not been included: minor editorial and publishing arrangements; routine departmental and university administration; formal requests for reprints, permission to use published material; personal letters from the general public (though see note on A.15 - A.17); cases where only CAC's carbon copysurvives. NOTE: This information is repeated on p.135and p.310 for ease of reference. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 LOCATIONS OF OTHER MATERIAL Bradford University Peace Studies Library: CAC's library. books, periodicals and pamphlets from Cambridge University University Library: and graduate (see A.19.8). CAC's notes on lectures attended as undergraduate Wesley House: CAC's papers relating to the 'Cambridge Group' movement. London University Audiovisual Centre: two videotapes of lecture 'What happens to an electron in a molecule?! King's College Library: Science and Religion, separately housed as 'the Coulson Collection’. a comprehensive collection of books on Open University Tape of lecture 'Making Models. What is applied mathematicsall about?' (see B. 10.6) Oxford University Bodleian Library: (1) addenda to main collection (restricted to 2004, including information about individuals and organisations, and family letters). (2) CAC's correspondence with W. Hume-Rothery (CSAC 1/73, Items 132, 132a, 133, 133a). (3) collection of CAC's publications. Mathematical Institute: photographs of CAC and scientific books from CAC's library. Radcliffe Science Library: scientific books from CAC's library. Theoretical Chemistry Department: books from CAC's library and collection of CAC's publications. photographs of CAC, scientific Wadham College Library: scientific books from CAC's library. Royal Society, London Collection of CAC's publications. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 CONSPECTUS Pp. 268 - 290 contain a conspectus of CAC's publications as listed in the Royal Society Memoir and the principal items in the collection to which they refer. Only the more extended references (to research, publica- tion or reception of work and ensuing correspondence) are given, minor allusions in letters, requests for reprints, etc. being omitted. There are 444 listed publications in the Memoir; B.42.6 and 7 refer to posthumously published articles which take the number to 447. Pp. 291 - 309 contain a photocopyof the Bibliography of CAC's publications aslisted in the Biographical Memoir by S.L. Altmann and E.J. Bowen F.R.S. to which reference has been made throughout in the form R.S. . It is reproduced here by permission in order to enable users of the Conspectus to identify the full titles of published works elsewhere referred to only by their numbers. Although it is hoped that the conspectus will be useful in charting the fortunes of the listed works, it must be stressed that these represent only a part even of CAC's written work, and virtually ignore his vast and influential output through the spoken word in radio and television programmes, sermons, panels, conferences, discussion groups, colloquia and meetings. In this con- text, attention is drawn particularly to Section D. Religious, Humanitarian and Pacifist Writings and its Introduction on p. 175. Several series of major invitation lectures given by CAC on scientific and religious matters remained unpublished because of continuing pressure of work; among these are the Firth Lecture at Nottingham (D.4.3, D.4.4), the Sir D. Owen Evans Lectures at Aberystwyth (A.20.2, D.4.5- D.4.9) the George B. Pegram Lectures at Brookhaven (Box B.5). The box of book reviews (D.9) assembles 200 items of writings and correspondenceonscientific and religious subjects not recorded in the official bibliography. NOTE: This information is repeated on p.267 for ease of reference. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 10 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The catalogue of the Coulson papers has been a collective labour and we are very grateful to the following individuals: to Mrs. E. Coulson, Miss R. Schwerdt, Dr. R.B. Mallion, Dr. W.E. Duncanson and Dr. S.L. Altmann for their initial work in ordering the papers and for information and advice during the later stages of preparing the handlist for publication; to the Department of Western Manuscripts of the Bodleian Library for making available space in the stack in which to work on the collection and for advice on its arrangements and presentation; to Mrs. M.M. Edwards for careful and accurate typing, and immense patience with successive drafts and emendations of the handlist. J.B. Alton H.H. Weiskittel July 1978 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 1] SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL 20 BOXES Although the boxes in this Section contain the major part of the biographical material, many folders in the other Sections also include biographical and personal information. This arises in part from CAC's distinctive correspondence style but principally from his deliberate mingling of scientific, religious and personal interest throughout his career. The most striking of these references are indicated and cross-referenced in the handlist. Other biographical material, photographs and correspondence remain in family hands. Since the documents were received and processed piecemeal (see under PROVENANCE in the General Introduction), accurate chronological or subject order could not be maintained, but cross-references are given as fully as possible. There is an explanatory note on Boxes A.5- A.11 (‘Travel arrangements') on p.20. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.1 DIARIES 46 items All the items listed below are pocket diaries, with the exception of A.1.8., A.1.31. and A.1.38. A.1.1. 1931 A.1.14. 1943 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 A.1.15. 1944 A.1.16. 1945-46 A.1.17. 1946-47 A.1.18. 1947-48 A.1.19. 1948-49 A.1.20. 1949-50 1938 (ledger) A.1.21. 1950-51 1938 1939 1940 194] 1942 A.1.22. 1951-52 A.1.23. 1952-53 A.1.24. 1953-54 A.1.25. 1954-55 A.1.26. 1955-56 Box A.1 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.1 continued . 13 A.1.27. 1956-57 A.1.44. 1971-72 A.1.28. 1957-58 A.1.45. 1972-73 A.1.29. 1958-59 A.1.46. 1973-74 A.1.30. 1959-60 1959 (engagement diary. N.B. This covers the period of CAC's service as Vice- President of the Methodist Conference 1959-60) 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1962-66 (5-year diary) 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 14 BOX A.2 BIOGRAPHICAL AND CAREER 15 folders A.2.1. Home, School and University records. 1910-34 Includes family photographs, school reports, notices, letters and press-cuttings of scholarships and awards; CAC's itemised account of his expenditure at Cambridge 1928-31, his letters home re job and career prospects 1931 (before the award of a Research Scholarship at Trinity College, Cambridge). A.2.2. Folder inscribed 'Jobs'. 1932-54 Misc. applications for posts, offers of posts abroad, manywith lists of publications, testimonials, correspondence. Includes: Correspondencere teaching posts at Harrow School, Winchester College 1932. Applications for: Readership in Mathematics, Imperial College Lecturership in Mathematics, Dundee Chair of Mathematics, Bangor Chair of Mathematics, Swansea Chair of Physics, Dundee ICI Research Fellowship, Oxford Fellowship in Mathematics, Magdalen College, _. Wykeham Professorsh ip of Theoretical Oxford Physics, Oxford Chair of Theoretical Physics, King's College, London Rouse Ball Professorship in Mathematics, Oxford Offers of posts abroad (dec correspondence: lined) and related Illinois Institute of Technology Ahamabad Physical Research Institute University of Illinois Folder also includes: 1938 1938 194] 1941 1942 1945 1945 1945 1946 1951 1946 1949 1954 Letter from R.H. Fowler on comparative merits of careers in teachin g or research. 1932 Correspondence with réplacing Brodetsky one term. (see also B.7.1.-4.) W.P. Milne reCAC's at Leeds University for 1936 Folder. A.2.2. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.2 continued 15 A.2.2. continued 5 letters from Sir Edmund Whittaker. Correspondence with H.S. Allen re teaching of Pure and Applied Mathematics at St. Andrew's. 1939-45 1940 Miscellaneous certificates of residence and education at Cambridge. A.2.3. ‘Miscellaneous work correspondence’. Includes: Correspondence and reports on pupils at Cambridge. 1933-34 Invitation to review book on spectra for CUP. 1934 Scientific correspondence with Ronald P. Bell. 1942-48, 1957, 1962, 1965 Correspondence on hydrogen spectrum, with W. Mayo Venable. Correspondence with G. Rabel re his script on Max Planck. Correspondence with Oliver and Boyd re CAC's publications (see also E.13.7.). A.2.4. Miscellaneous correspondence of CAC with Bishop of Ely re CAC's Confirmation into the Anglican Church with Charles Raven with lan Ramsey R. 5. 117 (see also D.7.9.) 1943 195] 1951-52 1935 1934, 1948-53 195] A.2.5. ‘Centenary Supper Party correspondence 1958'. This was a party given to celebrate publication of 100th paper by CAC's Quantum Group in the Mathe- matical Institute, Oxford. Folder includes numerous letters and messages of congratulation (not indexed). (see also Box A.4 for papers re other anniversary celebrations) A.2.6. Pictures for guessing games, etc. at 'Centenary Party' 1958, painted by Miss E. Huggett (sister-in-law of D.E. Lea qv.). Box A.2 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.2 continued A237. 'Matters associated with Vice-Presidency of the Methodist Conference 1959". 16 Includes: miscellaneous biographical notes; sermon 'Christ confronts our age', and various shorter writings and messages for Methodist newsletters and publications; copy of CAC's speech to Conference in reply to his nomination as Vice-President; (part only) schedule of engagements undertaken, and CAC's letter of advice (July 1960) to Marjorie Lonsdale, a subsequent Vice-President, on the problems and pleasures of the office; letter of good wishes sent to CAC from 1973 Conference. (see A.1.31. for CAC's engagement diary for the Vice-Presidential year) Biographical material, recollections and tributes assembled 1974-75 for compilation of Royal Society Memoir, from family, friends and colleagues. (see also A. 14.2.) These are a selection of letters passed on Letters of condolence to Mrs. Coulson with recollections of CAC. by Mrs. Coulson for their biographical interest. The remainder of the correspondence received after CAC's death remains in family hands. 1973-74 A.2.8. A.2.9. A.2.10. CAC's passports 1936-74. A.2.11. As 2, 12. A.2.13. A.2.14. A.2.15. Spiral-bound notebook inscribed 'Lending Library’ and containing CAC's list of books borrowed from his own library. Ledger-type notebook, containing list of books pur- chased by CAC for his Quantum Theory Group, with notes of sources of finance. Folder of miscellaneous souvenirs, press-cuttings, signed menus, photographs, etc. Exercise book, ‘Geometrical Conics', begun at Clifton College and continued at Trinity College, Cambridge. Folder of mathematical drawings by 'Coulson ma’, at Clifton College. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 17 BOX A.3 CORRESPONDENCE AND CAREER 10 folders A.3.1. Correspondence exchanged with parents 1931-43. Includes letters and press-cuttings re CAC's visit to USA to lecture on pacifism, 1937 (see also A.13.3., D.5.7.) and some early photographs of CAC's parents, 1905-06. A.3.2. Correspondence exchanged with twin brother, John Metcalfe Coulson, 1934-70. CAC's letter of 27 October 1935 contains a spirited account of the incident when he gave upthe set of rooms allotted to, and furnished by, him in Trinity to A.E. Housman, who had reluctantly accepted his doctor's advice to move into ground-floor rooms because ofhis heart condition. Housman occupied the roomsuntil his death in April 1936, but CAC declined the offer to move back into them because the alterations made to accommodate Housman had made them less attractive to him (see A.3.3. below). Folder includes a small amount of correspondence with other relatives and friends. A.3.3. Miscellaneous correspondence of biographical interest, 1933-38. Includes: 2 letters from A.E. Housman, December 1935, re his occupation of CAC's allotted rooms in Trinity (see A.3.2. above). Correspondencewith Fellows of Trinity re this incident (see A.3.2. above). Correspondence with R.H. Fowler re CAC's deferred doctorate, November 1936; letter from J.E, Lennard-Jones re CAC's career, February 1937; short notes from J.J. Thomson, G.F.C. Searle; correspondence re arrangements organised by CACfor elocution classes for local Methodist preachers; correspondence with W.R. Dean, 1932, 1936; letters from Patrick Duff (1935) and H.S.M. Coxeter (1932, offering CAC his rooms and furniture in Trinity); correspondencere pupils at Cambridge; enquiry by CAC re External Ph.D. at London (before award of Prize Fellowship at Trinity) 1933; Folder A.3.3. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.3 continued 18 Awdeds continued A.3.4. A.3.5. A.3.6. letter from CAC to Junior Bursar, Trinity College, expressing the wish that the 'bedders' for him and D.E. Lea might be excused their duties over Good Friday and Easter Monday, and allowed a holiday, 1934; letter from Charles Raven regretting that a visit to Ireland would prevent him from solemnising the marriage of Charles and Eileen Coulson, 1938. Miscellaneous correspondence and accounts re purchase of books, furniture, etc. for CAC's rooms in Trinity College, 1934-35 (see A.3.2. above, and R.S. Memoir, pat?) Correspondence with Deans, Bursars, etc. of various Cambridge Colleges re CAC's scheme for helping un- employed men bytraining them as guidesto the colleges, 1933. CAC's appearance before Conscientious Objectors Tribunal, 1939-40. Includes: official documents re registration as Conscientious Objector, and arrangements for Tribunal, with CAC's statement of his beliefs, August 1940; similar statements of belief, and correspondence from G.S. Rushbrooke and others; related press-cuttings and printed matter. Folder also includes correspondence with J,E. Lennard- Jones offering CAC a place in his wartime group, which CAC declined on conscientious grounds, 1939. A.3.7. Miscellaneous correspondence 1933-54. A.3.8. A.3.9. A.3.10. Folder includes letters on personal, scientific and religious matters, some relatively trivial, others of biographical interest. Correspondence with Secretary, China Christian Universities Association re invitation to CAC to teach at ‘Yenching University (CAC declined because of his commitments at King's College, London), 1947. Miscellaneous domestic correspondence. 1950-60 Miscellaneous notes and speeches of thanks by CAC on award of Honorary Degrees. (see also A.12.6.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.4 ANNIVERSARIES AND REUNIONS A.4.1. CAC's 60th birthday conference in Oxford, April 1971. Lists of guests and participants, greetings from friends and colleagues (not indexed). (see also A. 14.13. for photograph) 19 4 folders 1971 A.4.2. A.4.3. Celebration of publications of 100 papers by Department of Theoretical Physics, King's College, London. 1951 Correspondence, accounts, lists of guests, souvenirs. ‘Reunion colloquium and travel claims' re One-day Symposium of Wave Mechanics and Quantum Theory Group, Oxford. 1968 Arrangements, correspondence with colleagues and participants (not indexed), lists of guests. A.4.4. Miscellaneous correspondence re above (not indexed). 1968 (see also A.2.5. and A.2.6., Quantum Group celebrations in 1958 and A.14.14., Opening of Theoretical Chemistry Department, Oxford, 1973) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 20 BOXES A.5-A.11 ‘TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS' The description 'Travel Arrangements', which was that already on the folders, has been retained for convenience. The boxes contain, in addition to travel schedules and arrange- ments, many other documents relating to CAC's extensive overseas lecture tours and attendance at international conferences. They include personal and scientific correspondence, notes and drafts for papers to be delivered by CAC or colleagues, comments on the above, editorial correspondence and arrangements for publication, and the like. There is also extensive correspondence and material concerning CAC's 'incidental' or 'spare-time' visits to churches, chapels, religious groups, student societies and similar organizations during his visits abroad, sometimes on behalf of official sponsors such as the British Council, the Royal Society, or Oxfam, sometimes as a result of the numerous appeals he re- ceived to visit or preach. His reports on some ofthese visits are included, and indicated in the list below. The folders attest both the tightly-packed schedules CAC drew up for these visits and the variety of his commitments, as well as the punctilious care and humanity with which he discharged them. Many of the folders include notes or texts for talks not published elsewhereorlisted in the bibliography of the Memoir. References to the latter are given where relevant, as are cross-references to other sections of the handlist. For similar conferences and activities in the UK, see especially Section E. C.A.Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 21 BOX A.5 TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS 1948-1955 9 folders Puy Del Molecular Electronic Quantum Mechanics Con- ference, sponsored by University of Texas and National Science Foundation, held at Austin, Texas, 7-9 December 1955; and CAC's visits in USA, 4-18 December 1955. 1955 Includes: conference programme, photograph, travel and financial arrangements, CAC's notes, abstract of CAC's paper, invitations to visit other universities (M.1.T., Universities of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Northwestern and Chicago) and related correspondence. A.5.2. Symposium of the Quantum Theory of Molecules, Stockholm and Uppsala, 21-25 March 1955. 1955 Includes: conference programme and abstracts of papers delivered, lists of participants, CAC's notes, correspondence re CAC's lectures in Oslo and Trondheim, travel arrangements. A.5.3. Lectures in Belgium, 11-16 January 1954. 1954 A.5.4. A.5.5. (sponsored by the British Council) Invitation and travel arrangements. Lectures in Madrid and Valladolid 1953. (sponsored by the British Council) 18-26 March 1953 Includes: CAC's notes for, and typescript of, lectures; invitations to lecture; correspondence with British Council and Spanish Embassy; CAC's report to the British Council on his visit. Visit to University of North Carolina to deliver the McNair Lectures, and to Haverford College as Philips Visitor, April 1954. 1954 Includes: invitation to give lectures, schedule ofvisits, printed matter re both universities, correspondence from sponsors and from members of audience at lecture, inclu- ding exchange with Mrs. Ellen Knox re Einstein's views on the influence of a scientist's personality on his research. The McNair Lectures were published as Science and Christian Belief. R.S. 165 (see also D.12.1.-D. 12.2.) Box A.5 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.5 continued 22 A.5.6. International Conference on Theoretical Physics, Kyoto, 7-29 September 1953. 1953 Includes: extensive correspondencere pacifism and religion; invitations to lecture; CAC's notes on Japanese scientific work. A.5.7. Conference on Quantum-Mechanical Methods in Valence Theory, Shelter Island, New York, 8-10 September 1951. 1951 Includes: conference programme and printed informa- tion; ms. and typescript of CAC's contribution and his comments on other papers presented at the con- ference; offprints and publications; correspondence, including invitation (declined) to lecture at Harvard during visit to USA. R.S. 131, 132, 133, 136, 137, 138 (see also B.1.19, B.1.22, G.3.4.-G.3.6.) A.5.8. Visit to Switzerland, April 1951 1951 Schedule of visit, and lectures to be given at Zurich and Basle; brief correspondence with colleagues re organization ofvisit. Lecture tour in Holland, 5-28 March 1949. 1949 Includes: travel arrangements and programme of lectures; extensive ms. notes and drafts for lectures on 'Methods of Molecular Orbitals', 'Methods of Atomic Orbitals', 'Hybridisation', ‘Conjugated Com- pounds', 'Polarities and Strengths of Bonds', 'Colour', ‘Future Developments', extended lecture on ‘Benzene’. Correspondence with colleagues re subjects and time- table of lectures, letters of thanks, etc. A.5.9. Symposium on Chemical Bonding, organized by ~ Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, 4-11, 12-18 April 1948. 1948 Correspondence with organiser E. Bauer re organiza- tion, and participants, and re subsequentvisit to Paris by CAC; with M. Haissinsky re publication of paper given by CAC at symposium. R.S.90 (see also B.17.6., B. 34.9.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.6 A.6.1. 23 TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS 1956-1958 10 folders University of Malaya - External Examiner 1958-59. 1958-59 Correspondencere lectures, examining, appointments. (see also A.6.3. below) A.6.2. Washington USA Methodist Conference, 2-6 July 1958. 1958 Includes: printed matter re conference, travel arrange- ments, correspondence re CAC's address. R.S. 220 (see also D.7.4.) A.6.3. Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, 8-16 May 1958. 1958 CAC was External Examiner. Includes: programme for CAC's visit, requests for visits, talks and sermons, correspondence with academic and religious colleagues and friends, typescript article 'l write as a Christian’ published in Peace News 1.8.58. (see also A.6.1. above) A.6.4. ‘Belgium. Brussels. 10-15 April 1958' 1958 CAC served as member of the Jury for the award of the Francqui Prize. Includes: printed matter re Fondation Francqui, invitation to serve, correspondence with organisers and colleagues. A.6.5. Colloque International sur Le Calcul des fonctions d'onde moléculaires, Paris, September 1957. 1957 Invitation to read paper, travel arrangements, correspondencewith organisers and colleagues. R.S. 223 A.6.6. ‘From benzene to graphite’, 3rd Carbon Conference, Buffalo, 10-14 June 1957. 1957 (CAC cancelled his visit because of ill-health) Correspondence with organisers, arrangements for publication of paper, ms. abstracts of papers to be delivered, some scientific correspondence 1956-58. R.S. 226 (see also B. 39.8.) Box A.6 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.6 continued 24 A.6.7. Lecture tour to Holland, 10-15 December 1956. 1956 Schedule of lectures, travel arrangements, notes on talks to be given, correspondencere scientific and religious talks 1955-57. A.6.8. International Symposium on Hydrogen Bonding, Ljubljana. 1957 Programme, lists of participants, abstracts of papers read, some annotated by CAC; correspondence with organisers; arrangements for publication 1956-58. A.6.9. 9th World Methodist Conference, Lake Junaluska, North Carolina, August-September 1956. 1956 Travel and visa arrangements, printed information re conference, arrangements for delivery and publica- tion of CAC's lecture 'Nuclear knowledge and Christian responsibility’, miscellaneous correspondence with organisers, delegates and participants. R.S. 192 (see also D.1.5., F.7.3. (Epworth Press)) A.6.10. Arrangements for lectures delivered in USA after World Methodist Conference, September 1956, at: 1956 Bell Telephone Co., Murray Hill, New Jersey University of Rochester, New York DuPont Co. Experimental Station. Personal and scientific correspondence re lectures and visits 1955-56. ie p C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 25 BOX A.7 TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS 1959-62 6 folders A.7.1. Visit to South Africa, to give Peter Ainslie Memorial Lecture, and to conduct the Mission to Rhodes University, 21 July-14 August 1962. 1962 Includes: programme of visit, programmesfor services, requests for articles, correspondence with Methodist clergy and student associations re organization and publicity for Mission etc., summary of addresses given by CAC in Belfast (January 1962). R.S. 289 (see also D.1.7. and A.7.3. below) A.7.2. Visit to Israel, April 1962 1962 Includes: correspondence with the British Council re arrangementsfor visit, programme of Pesach School in Theoretical Chemistry (Hebrew University, Jerusalem) at which CAC lectured, CAC's report to the British Council on his visits to Pesach School and to Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, and Technion, Haifa. A.7.3. Mission to Queen's University, Belfast, 28 January- 4 February 1962. 1962 Includes: printed programmes, press-cuttings, etc., correspondence with organisers and with those who had attended the Mission, summary of addresses, typescript of addresses 'Science and the Mission' and 'Prelude to Mission’. A.7.4. World Council of Churches Assembly, New Delhi, 17 November-8 December 1961. 1961 Includes: printed material re Council and Assembly, invitations to visit and lecture on scientific and religious topics in course of visit,from many colleagues, organizations, etc., travel schedules, correspondence with scientists and colleagues in India and UK re problems ofIndian science and possibilities of assistance from Britain, ms. drafts for CAC's 'Appeal to all Governments and People’. (see also F.6.14.) Box A.7 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.7 continued 26 A.7.5. Conference on Molecular Quantum Mechanics, Boulder, Colorado, June 1959. 1959 Includes: programme of conference and abstracts of papers presented, CAC's notes taken during conference, typescript of CAC's paper 'The present state of molecular structure calculations', correspondence. R.S. 251 (see also B.1.6.) A.7.6. George Fisher Baker Lectures, Cornell University New York, Hilary Term, January-April 1959. 1959 (includes many subsidiary visits and talks) Arrangements for Sabbatical leave, personal arrange- ments for travel grants, house, car, school, finance, etc., correspondence re programme of lectures at Cornell, numerous invitations to lecture, to visit other universities, industrial and research laboratories, etc.; some scientific correspondence. (see also B.9.1.-B.9.21.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 27 BOX A.8 TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS 1963-64 5 folders A.8.1. Visit to Russia, 7-22 January 1963. 1963 CAC visited Russia under the Exchange Agreement between the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Royal Society. and Kiev. He visited Moscow, Leningrad Includes: travel arrangements and schedules, back- ground information from the British Council, the Royal Society, etc., correspondence with colleagues in UK and USSR, CAC's correspondence and reports on his visit, ms. of Preface to Russian translation of CAC's book Valence. A.8.2. Correspondence with Herbert Dingle on theories and writings of G. Sapunov in connection with CAC's visit to Russia. 1962-63 A.8.3. Visit to Czechoslovakia, 2-13 July 1963. 1963 Includes: travel schedules and arrangements for lectures, some scientific correspondence and ms. notes. A.8.4. Visit to Duke University, North Carolina, 3-11 October 1963. 1963 Includes: travel schedules and correspondence on scientific and religious lectures (see also D.2.7.). During this visit CAC also delivered four Mead-Swing Lectures at Oberlin College, Cleveland, Ohio, on: Overcrowded Molecules The New Fluorides of the Inert Gases Science and the Idea of God Science, Civilization and Religion A.8.5. Mission to the University, Dublin, February-March 1964. 1964 Includes: travel schedule, miscellaneous correspon- dence 1962-64, typescript talk on ‘Science, Power and Purpose’. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 28 BOX A.9 TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS 1964-66 6 folders A.9.1. Visit to Fordham University, Bronx, New York, to deliver a series of four lectures, 17-30 September 1966. 1966 Includes: invitation and related correspondence re scheduling of visit, lectures and other engagements during stay, programme of lectures (including one titled 'Religion and Science 1983-85') (see also D.2.8.), invitation and related correspondence re CAC's participation in Conference on Science and Religion sponsored by Broadway Presbyterian Church. A.9.2. Lectures to Hungarian Academy of Science, 19-29 September 1965. 1965 (sponsored by the British Council and the Royal Society) Includes: correspondence with sponsorsre travel arrangements, insurance, etc., background information, correspondencewith officers of Academy re topics for lectures, personal and scientific correspondence with Hungarian colleagues, CAC's report to the British Council on visit. A.9.3. Visit to Nigeria, 1-22 January 1965. 1965 CAC attended meetings organized by World Council of Churches, and gavescientific lectures under the aegis of the British Council. Includes: schedule of visit, correspondence and CAC's report to the British Council. A.9.4. Visit to Australia, 19-27 April 1964, to deliver scientific and religious lectures in Sydney and Melbourne. 1964 Includes: schedule of visit and printed programme of lectures, correspondence with Wesley College, Universities of Sydney and Melbournere visits, topics for lectures, letters of thanks, etc.; letters to CAC following his radio broadcast. (see also D.7.6.) Box A.9 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.9 continued 27 AyD Bs Visit to New Zealand, 30 March-19 April 1964. 1964 CAC's visit was at the invitation of the Methodist Spiritual Advance Committee. Includes: correspondence with leaders of Methodist community re scheduling of visit, proposed itinerary, topics for lectures, numerous invitations from Methodist, pacifist and university groups, with letters of thanks, etc., correspondencewith scientific colleagues re CAC's lectures to university departments. A.9.6. Solvay Conference, 13° Conseil de Chimie, de I'Institut International de Chimie, Brussels, 25-30 October 1965. 1965 Includes: correspondence with conference organisers for CAC to give the opening address, and for its publica- tion in text of the Proceedings, programme, printed copies of papers to be presented and of discussions. Includes unlabelled folder of scientific notes, cal- culations and drawings for figures. R.S. 361 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 30 BOX A.10 TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS 1966-71 10 folders A.10.1. 'Utah and Vancouvertrip, August 1971'. 1971 College of Science Colloquium, Utah State University: programme, official documents, corres- pondence 1971. (see also A.20.4.) Fourth Canadian Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, University of British Columbia: programme, list of participants, correspondence 1971. 197] (see also B.20.9.) A.10.2. University of Cincinnati, Ohio 1970 CAC was Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, 3-16 January 1970. Includes: correspondence re schedule of lectures and social engagements, invitations to visit other universities, miscellaneous printed matter, news- letters, press-cuttings, programme of symposium on molecular quantum mechanics. A.10.3.-A.10.4. Visit to University of East Africa as Royal Society 1968-69 Visiting Professor, November 1968-March 1969. A.10.3. A.10.4. Correspondence with Royal Society and University officers re schedule of visit and topics for lectures, 23pp. typescript report to Royal Society (with covering letter to P.M.S. Blackett), and printed copy of report. Official documents, financial arrangements re visit, photograph, press-cuttings, corres- pondencewith universities and colleges in East Africa, correspondence with Methodist Missionary Society and Overseas Development Institute. (see also B.16.1.-B.16.3. for lectures, corres- pondence and background material on East African affairs, and F.5.10. for CAC's reports on Oxfam projects in Africa which he visited in the course of this journey) Box A.10. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.10 continued 3] A.10.5. A.10.6. XXII Congress of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Australia, and Chemical Society meetings in Australia and New Zealand, 7-28 August 1969. 1969 CAC's schedule, correspondencere travel and Includes: publication financial arrangements; lecture schedules and arrangements; services to be conducted by CAC, broad- casts by CAC, some scientific correspondence, material and correspondence re Hon. D.Sc. conferred by University of Otago, New Zealand. R.S. 401 (see also A.20.3., B.41.10.) 1968 Visit to Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, to deliver a series of lectures on 'Non-Valence Reactions’, 18 March-17 April 1968. Includes: correspondence re schedule ofvisit, proposed topics for lectures, financial arrangements, accommoda- tion, programme of visit, many invitations to visit universities and research establishments (Rutgers, Princeton, George Washington University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Rochester, Syracuse, McGill, Toronto, Columbia universities). (see also B.12.1.-B.12.5.) Visit to Rio de Janeiro, 18-20 April 1968, and . correspondence. 1968 A.10.7. Visit to Nebraska for convocation on 'Foundations for Christian Mission', 30 November-3 December 1967. 1967 Includes: programme ofvisit, correspondence with Methodist leaders, ms. drafts and typescript notes for two addresses given at convocation: 'Foundations in Scientific Understanding’ and 'Foundations in Human Values'; CAC's notes, invitations to deliver scientific lectures at University of Nebraska. A.10.8. Visit to University of West Indies to give valedictory service, 16-27 June 1967. 1967 Includes: arrangements for visit, scheduling of lectures and sermons, itinerary of lectures and accommodation, correspondence re Oxfam. Box A.10 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.10 continued 32 A,10.9. ‘India Spectroscopy Conference, Bombay, and Oxfam visits', 4-13 January 1967. 1967 Includes: programme and printed matter re con- ference, invitations to visit other universities and laboratories, itinerary and schedule of visits, draft notes for abstract, ms. and typescript notes for CAC's conference contribution, and those taken during conference discussions, including comments on CAC's paper by R.S. Mulliken, and CAC's reply; some scientific correspondence. R.S. 353 (see also B.8.10.) A.10.10. Summer Schools on Theoretical Chemistry, Yugoslavia and Hungary, 1967. 1967 Includes: correspondence re scheduling, etc., programme, list of participants. (see also B.4.15. drafts of lectures on Non-Valence Interaction, delivered at the School) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 33 BOX A.11 TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS1950-74 6 folders A.11.1. 'Foreign engagements pending 1950-57'. Miscellaneous invitations to lecture, mostly declined or deferred (not indexed). Includes: folder of correspondence 1953-56 re proposed symposium on The Resonance Controversy (with L. Pauling and D. Sokolov as contributors) and CAC's intended contribution 'Marxist and Western accounts of resonance’. (see also D.8.6.) A.11.2. "Possible future visits to U.S.A. Invitations 1959-69' A.11.3. Miscellaneous invitations to give scientific and religious lectures, mostly declined or deferred (not indexed). (see also A.13.12.) 'Trieste Winter College, 10-16 January 1972'. Includes: correspondence with colleagues and organisers re lectures at International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste. R.S. 430 A.11.4. Visit to U.S.A., 1972. Includes: correspondence re address given by CAC at Robert A. Welch Foundation, Houston, Texas, and other visits, also lectures at General Electric. R.S. 428 (see also B.1.8. and B.10.16.) A.11.5. Visit to Israel, January 1973. Includes: correspondence, travel schedule, conference programmes, report by CAC to Royal Society onvisits 31 December 1972-14 January 1973; to Farkash Symposium, Jerusalem; Tel-Aviv and Negev Universities; Technion, Haifa; Weizmann Institute, Rehovot. (see also A.13.14. and B.1.8.) A.11.6. Correspondence re CAC's last engagements 1972-74. C.C. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.12 FAMILY AND BIOGRAPHICAL 10 itéms > o N N s a P Account books of Alfred Coulson (CAC's father), showing itemised daily and annual income and expenditure. A.12.1. 1900-1915 A.12.2. 1918-1933 A.12.3. 1933-1949 A.12.4. 1950-1953 Includes a note by CAC about his father, left un- finished at his (CAC's) death. NOTE: The Brotherton Library, University of Leeds, holds the following sets of notes taken by CAC's father at Owen's College, Manchester,and Yorkshire College: Notebook of experiments in physics carried out as an undergraduate at the Yorkshire College, 1894-96 (MS. 239) Notebook of experiments in physics carried out at Owen's College, Manchester, 1899-1900 (MS. 241) Chemistry lecture notes, Yorkshire College, 1894-95 (MS. 242) Physics lecture notes from January 1900 (MS. 243) Physics lecture notes, Yorkshire College, 1895-96 (MS 244) A.12.5. Essay by CAC 'The City and County of Bristol’, written at Clifton College. (c) 1924 A.12.6. Honours and awards Official correspondence with universities and societies. Wheneverthere is material in addition to the correspondence, a note is given below. 1956-73 New York Academy of Sciences, Hon. Life Member- ship: certificate. Société Chimique de Belgique, Hon. Member. British Institute of Radiology, Silvanus Thompson Memorial Medal and Lecture. University of Sheffield, Firth Visiting Professor- ship of Chemistry. University of Leicester, Hon. D.Sc.: copy of laureation address. 1956 1962 1963 1968-69 1969 Folder A.12.6. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.12 continued A.12.6. continued University of East Anglia, Hon. D.Sc.: copy of laureation address. University of Otago, Hon. D.Sc. 35 1969 1969 University of Bradford, Hon. D.Tech. 1970-72 Royal Society, the Davy Medal: copy of citation. Societas Scientiarum Fennica, Foreign Member. University of Cambridge, Hon. D.Sc.: news- clippings, copy of laureation address, menu and seating plan for luncheon. University of Sheffield, Hon. D. Litt. University of Kent, Hon. D.Sc. University of Stockholm, Hon. Fil.D. University of Hull, Hon. D.Sc. University of Manchester, Hon. D.Sc. Goodricke College, York University, member of SCR. Croatian Chemical Society, Hon. Fellow. University of St. Andrews, Hon. D.D.: copy of laureation address. King's College, London, Hon. Fellow. (see also A.3.10. for miscellaneous speeches of thanks by CAC for honorary degrees) Numerous biographical notes on CAC, prepared for various bibliographical and reference works, lists of publications and of endowedlectures given, etc. 1970 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1972 1971 1972 1972 1973 1973 School exercise book, with notes on physics, lecture notes. n.d. School exercise book 'Special Set A Chemistry. Mr. Muirhead', lecture notes. Miscellaneous correspondence on career, 1959, 1967-74. Folder includes tribute to CAC given by Professor J.W. Linnett at Nottingham, September 1974. Anl2e? A.12.8. A.12.9. A.12.10. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.13 A.13.1. A.13.2. A.13.3. BIOGRAPHICAL AND CAREER Notebook 'Long vac. term 1931': miscellaneous laboratory experiments, indexed at front of book by CAC. Applications for Commonwealth and other Fellow- ships. Press-cuttings re CAC's first USA tour, when he lectured for the Emergency Peace Campaign. (see also A.3.1., D.5.7.) A.13.4. Election to Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Miscellaneous correspondence re membership and sub- scription to learned societies: A.13.5. American Physical Society A.13.6. Chemical Society (see also E.2.1., Ei2:25) A.13.7. American Chemical Society A.13.8. Institute of Physics (see also E.4.3.) A.13.9. Faraday Society (see also E.3.1.) A.13.10. Election to Honorary Membership of American Academyof Arts and Sciences: correspondence and certificate. A.13.11. Membership of Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, formal correspondence only. (see also B.10.4., E.4.1. and E.4.2.) 36 1931 1937 1937 194] 1939-73 1947-70 1948-70 1?52=72 1958 1963 1964 A.13.12. A.13.13. 'Half-promises' for numerous engagements andin- vitations to speak (religious‘and scientific), mainly in UK, 1955, 1960-66 (see also A.11.1., A.11.2.) Notes taken by CAC of lectures by Professor George Temple FRS on 'Eigenvalues and Eigen- vectors’. (c) 1965 (see Box B. 13.) Box A.13 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.13 continued oy A.13.14. Correspondence, travel arrangements, etc. for CAC's last journey abroad, to receive Hon. degree at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, July 1973. 1973 Includes transcript of recording of Farkash Memorial Lecture, delivered by CAC in January 1973 in Jerusalem. (see also A.11.5.) A.13.15. A.13.16. ‘Correspondence as member of Committee of Edin- burgh Mathematical Society’. 1939-42, 1974 Miscellaneous biographical correspondence; several of these letters contain interesting thoughts and recollections of a personal and biographical nature. 1959-73 A.13.17. Correspondence with and re Wadham College, Oxford. 1971-72 A.13.18. ‘Possible scientists' peace appeal', an international text drafted by Michel Magat (Paris). 1948 CAC's correspondence with Magat and other interested British scientists on the merits of the appeal. (see also C.12.7.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.14 REMINISCENCES AND PHOTOGRAPHS 38 17 items 1955-56, 1963-66 A.14.1. A.14.2. Correspondence re award of the Lecomte de Novy Prize to CAC for his book Science and Christian Belief 1955, and later correspondence with Mrs. Lecomte de Novy re CAC's nomination as Hon. Member of the Foundation, and its affairs. (see also D.12.1.-D.12.2.) Miscellaneous tributes and reminiscences of CAC, collected by E.J. Bowen for the Royal Society Biographical Memoir, from Norman March, Stanley Rushbrooke, C. Strachan(of personal and scientific interest). Folder includes copy of Memoir. 1974 (see also A.2.8.) > > e «aut 12. n Group photographs taken at CAC's Summer Schools, arranged chronologically. There is a key for all the photographs except that for 1971. > e r Y r r p r r r r r P > P > 14.3. 14.4. 14.5. 14.6. «14.7. 14.8. 14.9. 14.10. 14.11. 214.12. 1957 1959 1960 1966 1967 1968 1970 1971 1972 1973 A.14.13. Group photograph of CAC's 60th Birthday Conference, 197] held in Oxford, April 1971 (with key). (see also A.4.1.) A.14.14. A.14.15. A.14.16. A.14.17. Correspondence and papers re dinner for members of Theoretical Chemistry Department, to commemorate its opening. 1973 (see also B.16.4., B.16.5.) Xerox of photograph of Theoretical Chemistry Building, South Parks Road, Oxford. Photographs of CAC, taken during a lecture given in Denmark. (c) 1959 Photograph of Trinity College Cambridge Mathe- matical Society, May 1938 (with key). 1938 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 3? BOX A.15, BOX A.16 PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE, CAMBRIDGE 13, and 17 folders These boxes contain personal correspondence, mainly with friends made in Cambridge. The correspondents include city, local and university people, some of short acquaintance and others who became lifelong friends. The subject matter is chiefly religion, pacifism, humanitar- ianism and principles of conduct. CAC's influence as an active moral force in the lives of others is clearly seen, and the letters cast considerable light on his scientific and personal development. The names of only a few correspondents appear in the general index, but a full list of correspondents, with dates and a brief in- dication of subject matter, is enclosed with each box. A.15.1. - A.15.13. B-L A.16.1. - A.16.17. L-W C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 40 BOX A. 17 ‘CAMBRIDGE GROUP! AND METHODISM 17 folders Personal correspondence, mainly related to the ‘Cambridge Group' of Methodists in which CAC played an active role 1931-38, and to Methodist activities, meetings and conferences, The subject matter and interest of the correspondenceare similar to those of A.15 and A.16, and some of the correspondents overlap. A list of correspondents is enclosed with the box. CAC especially asked that his papers relating to the 'Cambridge Group’ movement be preserved. Reverend W.H. Beales, founder of the movement, is housed in the archives of Wesley House, Cambridge. A collection, including papers of the A.17.1.7 A.17.9. m.17.10, Aal7 1). A.17.12. Individual correspondencefolders (list enclosed in box). Cambridge Group Conference at Cardiff, 1932, organised by CAC and Eric Duncanson: programme, reports, etc. Cambridge Group on Psychology, organised by Harold Beales: programme of activities drawn up by Beales, circular letter by CAC. Conference Committee on Corporate Prayer: correspondence, drafts for manuals, reports of activities. A.17.13. Friendship Circle. A.17.14.- A.17.16. Miscellaneous correspondence with friends, mainly ‘Cambridge Group' 1931-38 (not sorted or indexed). A.17.17. 'Children's Stories, etc.' Folder of printed material, ms. notes and out- lines of stories, songs and hymns suitable for children, assembled by CAC. Letter from Eileen Burrett [ Mrs. Coulson ] recommending suitable material, 1935. 1932 1936 1935 1948-50 1931-38 1933-35 (see also F.1.1.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 Al BOX A.18 SUMMER CAMPS 1934-42 11 folders The box contains 11 folders relating to the organization by CAC of his Summer Campsin various parts of the country. All the folders include correspondence, details of travel and camping arrangements, a budget and journal for the camp. A.18.1. A.18.2. A.18.3. A.18.4, A.18.5. A.18.6. A.18.7. A.18.8. A.18.9. A.18.10. A.18.11. 1935 1934, 1935 1936 1937 1937 1938 1938 1939 1940 194] 1942 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 42 BOX A.19 BIOGRAPHICAL 9 folders A.19.1. ‘Philosophical Transactions of the Avuncular Society. Volume two’. Notes and reflections by CAC on ‘factors in his own development, and especially on religion; mostly June 1930-June 1932, with one letter from Douglas Lea 1938. A.19.2. ‘Letters to Arthur, Vol. One July 1930-July 1932'. 10 letters, each separately filed and titled by CAC, on various topics: work and career at Cambridge, politics, Christian marriage, etc. A.19.3. 'C's ideas’. Notes and reflections on: ‘What | believe' 'Free Will’ "How to pray’ 'My testimony’ ‘Draft. Albert Hall Speech' (various dates 1931-32) A.19.4. ‘Sermons. Vol.1 June 1931-July 1932'. 9 sermons, each separately filed and titled by CAC. A.19.5. "Short diary 1933'. A.19.6. A.19.7. Also CAC's declaration of intent to give 10% ofhis income throughouthis life to religious purposes. 193] Miscellaneous press-cuttings, mainly re CAC's religious activities. 1932-62 Miscellaneous printed obituaries and tributes to CAC. Copy of the appeal letter for the Charles Coulson Memorial Fund 'to further study and research in Theoretical Chemistry and related subjects, particu- larly by providing financial assistance for scholars from abroad who would wish to come to Oxford’. Box A.19 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX A.19 continued 43 A.19.8. A.19.9. Correspondence with University Library, Cambridge, re CAC's notes of lectures attended by him as an undergraduate and graduate 1931-33, and deposited by him in the Library 1970 and 1972. The notes, ‘about 2 feet or a few inches more', are of lectures by 'J.J. Thomson, Rutherford, Besicovitch, Sir Harold Jeffreys, Eddington, $. Chandrasekhar, R.H. Fowler, Blackett, Cockcroft and others', des- cribed by CAC as 'the greatest collection of physicists ever to be in the same laboratory at the same time ... To work in the Cavendish at that time was almost overwhelming’. CAClater (1972) added his notes on 'the first set of lectures ever given in this country on quantum chemistry’ by Lennard-Jones in Cambridge in 1933. He also gave various reminiscences of lecturers and their methods, and an account of his own painstaking system of note-taking and writing up of material. (see also B.13.) Miscellaneous printed matter relating to CAC's scientific and religious activities; various dates 1936-73, and a Xerox copy of the advertisement for the first appointment to the newly-established Coulson Professorship of Theoretical Chemistry, University of Oxford 1976. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 44 BOX A.20 TAPE RECORDINGS . 5 items A.20.1. Speechat official opening of Walsall and Stafford- shire Technical College, October 1962. 1962 A.20.2. Sir D. Owen Evans Lectures, Aberystwyth. 1966 Three lectures on: 'The influence of science on the Christian faith'. (see also D.4.5.-D.4.9.) A.20.3. 'What is a human being?'. 1969 Lecture, with ensuing questions and answers, given in Sydney, Australia, August 1969. (see also A.10.5.) A.20.4. ‘Science and society. beings’. The human use of human 1971 A.20.5. Lecture given in Logan, Utah, August 1971. (see also A.10.1.) Cassette of letters, dictated by CAC ready for typing Miss R. Schwerdt describes it as in the department. 'a very typical batch of letters, probably November/ December 1973' (CAC was already seriously ill, and died in January 1974). Miss Schwerdt lists the contents as follows: ‘Letters re engagement; book review; a proposed Theoretical Chemistry Institute; the future of Summer Schools; letter to OUP about new book; letter about visiting professor from Israel; promotion; letter to a research studentin difficulties’. letter about someone's C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 45 SECTION B SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS 43 BOXES The material may be divided very roughly as follows: Boxes B.1 - B.27: scientific lectures, talks, addresses, broadcasts, publications Boxes B.28 - B.43: research notes, working papers, publications. The content of the folders throughout this Section varies from short manuscript notes for research projects or an informal talk to a fully-prepared lecture or scientific paper complete with its working notes, background or supplementary research material, drafts, scientific or editorial corres- pondenceand a copyorreprint of the published text. Many of the folders bear, on the inside cover, CAC's list of the places or occasions at which the talk was delivered. Box B.15 is interesting in showing the way in which CAC conceived and developed ideas for research problems for himself, his collaborators and his teamsof research students; see the note on p. 74 about this and similar items elsewhere in the collection. The list below contains, as far as possible, an indication of the extent and date of the material in each folder and cross-references to similar or related material in other Sections. When a specific publication is dealt with, a reference to the Royal Society Memoir is given in the form R.S. ... The conspectus on pp. 268-290 may be consulted for fuller refer- ences to such listed works, but ft should be stressed that many of the lectures and talks in this Section were not published. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 46 BOX B.1 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS 22 folders B.1.1. 'The spirit of applied mathematics’. 1952 Inaugural Lecture, Rouse Ball Chair of Mathematics, Oxford. Working notes, preparation for lecture. SUPP 1 supplementary material assembled in Y Typescript, annotated offprint. Correspondence re arrangements for delivery and publication. R.S. 140 B.1<2. 'Wave mechanics in physics, chemistry and biology’. 1948 Inaugural Lecture, Chair of Theoretical Physics, King's College, London. Working notes. Typescript. R.S. 69 8.1.3. ‘Symmetry’. 1967-69 The Faraday Lecture, the Chemical Society, Oxford, January 1968. Working notes, ms. and typescript drafts, figures for published version. List of places and dates of delivery is on the inside of the folder cover. R.S. 363 B.1.4. 'Overcrowded molecules’. 1955-64 Ms. of lecture delivered at Kekulé Symposium on Theoretical Organic Chemistry, London, 1958. List of places and dates of delivery. R.S. 240 (see also B.3.9.) Bs] ‘Comptonprofile’. 1947-50 Working notes and manuscript. Box B.1 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.1 continued 47 B.1.6. ‘What does a molecule look like?' 1956-61 Working notes for lecture. List of places and dates of delivery. R.S. 251 B.1.7. ‘Bond lengths involving carbon’. 1962-63 Working notes, ms.,list of slides for lecture, figures for published version. R.S. 309 B.1.8. 'd-electrons’. 1968-72 Lecture first delivered at Oxford Symposium on Valence and Relativity, 1968 (see also E.2.3.) and which formedthe basis of later papers delivered at the Robert A. Welch Conference, Texas, 1972 (see also A.11.4.) and at the Farkash Symposium, Jerusalem, 1973 (see also A.13.14.) Working notes, ms., bibliography, list of slides for lecture, figures for published version. R.S. 379, 428 B. 1.9. ‘Correlation energies in atoms’. n.d. Working notes. B.1.10. ‘What is a dipole moment?’ 1950-62 Notes, brief manuscript. B.1.11. 'Localised and non-localised bonds’. 1948-54 Working notes, ms., typescript. Supplementary research material. CAC gave a paperin French in Paris, 1948, based on this material. R.S. 49, 90, 93, 118 (see also B.17.6., B.34.9.) B.1.12. 'Theory of carcinogens’. 1948 Notes, typescript of work relative to research carried out by CAC on carcinogenic hydrocarbon molecules with support of grant from British Empire Cancer Campaign. (see also E.1.4.) Box B.1 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.1 continued 48 B. 1.13. ' Jahn-Teller effect in molecules’. 1962 Working notes. R.S. 278, 286 B.1.14. '20th century revolution in Physics. Eddington’. Planck to 1958 Miscellaneous working notes for lecture on history of modern physics. ‘Decline and fall of science’. Ms. notes. "Physics and the philosophers’. Notes, ms. draft. 'Fact and fiction in Physics’. Notes, ms., several different typescript versions. R.S. 241, 250 ‘Any more physics?' Notes, ms., related offprints. List of places and dates of delivery. 1962, 1966 1957, 1962, 1972 1950-58 1949-70 Report on a (post-conference) informal discussion on integrals, New York, September 1951. Attended by CAC, R.S. Mulliken, M.P. Barnett, H. Shull and others. —-1951 Annotated typescript. (see also A.5.7.) B.1.20. 'Present state of molecular structure calculations’. 1959 Closing speech by CAC at Conference of the American Institute of Physics, 1959. Page proof. R.S. 251 B.1.21. 'Future of chemistry’. 1952-55 Notes, rough ms. draft. Index of places and dates of delivery. Box B.1 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.1 continued 49 Bs lade. ‘Long-range forces’. 1950-54 Paper delivered at Conference on Quantum Mechanical Methods in Valence Theory, Shelter Island, New York, 1951. Working notes, manuscript. R.S. 133 (see also A.5.7.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 50 BOX B.2 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS 2}. folders B.2.1. 'The contribution of wave mechanics to chemistry’. 1951-54 The Tilden Lecture, The Chemical Society, delivered in London 1951 and in Glasgow 1952. Working notes, supplementary material and related offprints. Ms., heavily corrected typescript, list of slides for lecture, list of figures for published version. Correspondence re arrangements for delivery and publication. wae P Y Ks5«_ 167 Belews 'Fun with atomic and molecular charge clouds’. 1962, 1970 Notes, related printed material. B.220s ‘Vibrations of large systems’. Notes. B.2.4. ‘Hybridization’. Notes, typescript. R.S. 187 1963-70 1955-36 B.2.5. 'lonic-covalent resonance’. 1951-56 Notes for a lecture. Typescript of ‘Critical survey of the method of ionic-homopolar resonance.’ R.S. 109 B.2.6. ‘Pauling theory of metals and surface states’. 1951-59 Notes for lectures. B.2.7. ‘Commutator relationships’ . 1964-71 Lecture notes. Includes 2 ms. drafts titled 'Ways to avoid use of the Hamiltonian’ and notes and ms. draft for paper 'The use of hypervirial relationships in determining Schrddinger wave functions’. R.S. 328 Box B.2 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.2 continued 5] B28, 'What happensto an atom in a molecule? 1970-73 Notes for lecture delivered on numerous occasions (see list inside folder cover). Ms., figures for published version. Correspondence. R.S. 358, 408 B.2.9. ‘Mendeleev periodic table’. 1970-73 Notes for lecture delivered on numerous occasions (see list inside folder cover). Ms., typescript for published version 'Wave mechanics and the periodic table’. R.S. 388 (see also B.4.8.) B.2.10. ‘Importance of accurate electron-density determina- tions’. 1973 Notes, manuscript. Bs2e TT. "Labs or computers? ' 1970-73 Notes for lecture. Ms. of published version. R.S. 400, 418 B.2.12. ‘Polymers and molecular solids’. 1972 Notes, typescript of abstract for paper at confer- ence on band structure, Exeter. B.2.13. 'Dipole moments of excited states’. 1972-73 Notes, ms., supplementary material. Correspondence. R.S. 416 B.2.14. 'Shape of the chemical bond’. 1944-55 Notes, ms., typescript, list of slides. Includes ms. 'Molecules and their Behaviour’. R.S. 118 Bi 2,15, 'The wave equation and its solutions’. 1949-52 Notes, manuscript. Box B.2. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.2 continued 52 B.2.16. ‘Chemistry and maths’. 1934-37 Notes, figures. Bide bf ‘Quantum theory of the chemical bond’. 1941 Lecture given at Royal Society of Edinburgh. Notes, typescript, figures for published version, offprint. Correspondence. R.S.26 B.2.18. ‘Energy levels of long chain compounds’. n.d. Manuscript. B.2. 19. ‘Relation between applied maths and chemistry’. 1953 Notes for lecture delivered in Glasgow. B.2.20. "Order of a bond’. Notes for lectures. B.2.21. ‘Lies, d-n lies and statistics’. Notes for lecture. (c) 1940 1960 C.A. Coulson 60/4/78 53 BOX B.3 SCIENTIFIC LECTURES 17 folders Bats Is ‘Recent molecular structure lectures’. 1952 Ms. drafts of 'A simplification of Hartree-Fock method', 'The V7 plague’, 'The non-orthogonality catastrophe’. Boats 'Virial Theorem lectures’. 1952-53 Ms. draft of lecture 6 'The virial theorem', Ms. ‘Notes on virial theorem (Hurley's Thesis)’. 2 typescripts by N.H. March (with covering letter) on 'The virial theorem in the Thomas-Fermi Theory', and 'The virial theorem for Dirac's equation’. Bate os 'Wave Mechanicsandits applications’. 1949 Course of lectures at Sir John Cass College, London. Ms. draft of lectures. Correspondencere further course of lectures on 'Wave mechanics and molecular structure’ to be given at the college by CAC. 1950 B.3.4. Adult education in H.M. Forces (labelled 'Troops'). 1941 Notes for lectures, correspondence. Bidsd. 'Ligand-field theory’. 1966 Course of 14 lectures delivered at Harwell with Simon Altmann. Ms., programme of lectures, correspondence. B.3.6. "Methods of calculation’. Early ms. notes on molecular orbitals and various methods of calculation. B.3.7 'U.V. spectra. Colloquia 1948'. 1948 Programme and typescript summaries of contributions to colloquium held at King's College, London, spring 1948. CAC's ms. notes for his own contributions(the first introductory lecture and the concluding lecture of the series) and his notes on the lectures of the other speakers (Drs. E.M. Roe, A.D. Walsh, A. Maccoll, 26 pp. D. Craig, and V.A. Crawford) in the series. Box B.3 continued C.A. Coulson 60/4/78 BOX B.3 continued 54 B.3.8. ‘Molecular structure and photoelectron spectros- copy’. 1970 1 p. typescript abstract of CAC's Introductory Lecture at Oxford Conference, September 1970. Ms. draft, presumably for same Talk. Related offprints. Based. ‘Molecular geometry and steric deformation’. 1958 CAC's contribution to the Kekulé Symposium on Theoretical Organic Chemistry, September 1958, London. Programme of the Symposium, typescript of abstract of CAC's talk. Correspondence re arrangements for the Symposium, funded by International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. (CAC served on the organising committee. ) Ms. notes for CAC's contribution. R.S. 240 (see also B.1.4. for drafts of CAC's lecture) Bia» 10, 'U.V. spectra’. 1951-66 Sets of ms. notes on u.v. spectra, of various dates, Includes notes for lecture in Zurich, 1951. B.3.11. ‘Valence lectures, Dundee, 1939-43'. 1939-43 Introductory notes and programme for a course of 16 lectures on 'Valence and the structure of molecules', 1939 and later. 51 pp. typescript draft of lectures. 24 pp. ms. draft of lectures on ‘Spectra and Valence for Chemists', 1943. 7 pp. typescript of paper 'The orbits in benzene’. Bid. 12. 'Statistical Mechanics ii’. Ms. drafts of various lectures in a series on statistical mechanics, delivered at King's College, London, 1948. Bede lds ‘Teaching of Quantum Chemistry’. 1948 1955 Ms. draft of 'The teaching of quantum mechanicsto chemists', CAC's contribution to a British Association discussion meeting, September 1955. R.9. 185 Box B.3 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.3 continued B.3.14. ‘Statistical Mechanics Lectures’. 55 Various sets of ms. notes for a course of 8 lectures delivered at King's College, London. titled and paginated. All are Includes CAC's notes (24 pp.) on R.H. Fowler's book Statistical Mechanics. B.3.15. "Spectra Lectures (3)'. 6 pp. typescript draft for a course of 3 lectures on spectra, n.d. but probably c.1950. Ba Ba 16s ‘Critique of molecular structure’. (c) 1942 5 pp. ms. draft/short notes for lecture(s) on above topic. Includes 1 p. ms. notes in another (unidenfified) hand. B.3.17. "Metals lectures’. 1951-53 A course of 6 lectures on 'Quantum Theory of Metals' delivered at Sir John Cass College, autumn 1951, and later at AERE, Harwell, January- Februrary 1953. 50 pp. ms. draft for delivery at Sir John Cass, with amendments and annotations for Harwell course. Programme announcing lectures at Sir John Cass. Correspondencere arrangements for delivery of lectures at Harwell. Typescript of Chapter XI 'Metals' from unidenti fied book. Miscellaneous ms. notes used in preparing lectures. 56 15 folders 1938-44 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.4 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS B.4.1.-B.4.5. Lectures delivered at Dundee University betel. 'Theoretical calculations of molecular structure’. Ms. of a series of 6 lectures. B.4.2. ‘Hydrodynamics. Senior Honours’. Ms. notes. B.4.3. ‘Dynamics’ and 'Ramsay Dynamics’. Extensive ms. notes and drafts. B.4.4. "Interpolation. Numerical integration. Junior Honours’. 2 booklets of ms. notes and drafts, with plan af course and problemsto be set, 1943. B.4.5. "Statistics'. 4 numbered booklets of ms. notes and drafts, and loose notes on ‘Best Straight Lines’. B.4.6. "Negative bond orders’. 1968-70 Ms. notes and drafts for lectures and papers on bond orders, with CAC's note on inside cover of the folder of dates and places of the lectures. R.S. 370, 371 B.4.7. 'X-ray levels and chemical bonding’. 1968-69 Ms. notes, offprints of published papers, with CAC's note on inside cover of the folder of dates and places of the lectures. R.S. 301, 367 B.4.8. ‘Influence of the new maths on physics’. 1968-69 Material prepared for CAC's visit to Africa, 1968. Notes, list of slides, correspondence, typescript of CAC's lecture on the Periodic Table adapted for delivery on the tour. R.S. 388 (see also A.10.3., A.10.4., B.2.9.) Box B.4 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.4 continued 57 B.4.9. ‘Mathematics of some radiation problems in biology’. A 'Lecture on Bacteria for Mathematicians’. Ms. notes, typescript and ms. of lecture. n.d. but before 1944, B.4.10. ‘Lecture on Gyroscopes'. 1930 Ms. of lecture given to 'Trinity Mathematical Society, 26 November 1940' (one of CAC's first lectures). (see also B.27.2.) B.4.11. ‘Electron distribution in large molecules’. n.d. Ms. notes and drafts for several lectures and papers on the subject. B.4.12. ‘Electronic Structure of the Boundary Atoms of a Graphite Layer'. 1959 Paper given by CACat Fourth Conference on Carbon, held in Oxford, 1959. Annotated typescript, and page proof. R.S. 253 (see also B. 39.14.) B.4.13. "Interatomic Forces’. 1962-67 Ms, notes for several lectures and papers on the subject, with CAC's note on inside cover of folder of dates and places of the lectures. Transcript of CAC's principal lecture on the subject, given at King's College, London, 1962. Folder includes proof of an earlier paper by CAC (R.S. 276). R.S. 285, 302 B.4.14. "Spectroscopy and Molecular Structure’. 1950 Report by CAC on Faraday Society Discussions held at Cambridge, September 1950. R.S. 103 B.4.15. "Non-Valence interactions’. 1967 52 pp. ms. draft, and numeroussets of figures for slides, diagrams, etc., with ms. note by CAC 'These are the Hungary lectures’. The material was prepared for journal, but is not listed in the R.S. Memoir. prep p publication in a Hungarian g (see also A.10.10.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 58 BOX B.5 INVITATION LECTURES 8 folders 'The Scientist and Society' 1960-61 The George B. Pegram Lectures, Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, 1961. The lectures were entitled: l. Il. Ill. IV. 'Rates of changein society' ‘Science and politics’ 'Science and philosophy' ‘Science and humanresponsibility’ Badal. Bede2s BeDua- B.5.4.. CAC began preparing the lectures for publication but the book was never completed (see B.5.4. below). Correspondence re arrangements for delivery of lecture, and invitations to CAC to speak at universities in the area. Transcripts of the 4 lectures and of the discussions following the lectures. Ms. drafts of the 4 lectures. Brochure advertising the series. Notes and supplementary material collected by CAC in preparing lectures for publication. Correspondence with editors of Columbia University Press (CAC never completed the manuscript for publication). Ba dvds Notes for Lecture I. B.5.6. Notes for Lecture II. B.5.7. Notes and supplementary material for Lecture III. B.H.8. Notes and supplementary material for Lecture IV. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.6. SCIENTIFIC LECTURES B.6.1. 'Science and human values' . Collection of notes (ms. and typescript) and printed material on this topic, perhaps assembled for a lecture. Includes copy of J. Bronowski's ‘Carnegie Lectures 'Science and Human Values' sent to CAC by the author. B.6.2.-B.6.6. ‘Quantum biology’. 59 6 folders 1960-61 1957 1964-67 1949, 1972 Course of 6 post-graduate seminars by CAC, Oxford. Programme for 1964 course 'Applications of Quantum Theory in Biology’ and for 1967 course 'Some Problems (These were in Biochemistry’ are included in B.6.2. fundamentally the same course, but the seminars were slightly revised for the 1967 series.) B.6.5. are 2 folders of material on similar topics kept by CAC with his papers for this seminar series. B.6.4. and 22 pp. ms. draft for first 5 seminars. Miscellaneous ms. notes by CAC in preparing course, with bibliographical references... 'Some quantum theory considerations in biological problems'. 8 pp. ms. notes for a lecture delivered in 1949 at University College, London, with offprint of CAC's inaugural lecture at King's College, London. Miscellaneous later notes added by CAC when up- dating lecture for 1972 delivery at York University. B.6.2. B.6.3. B.6.4. B.6.5. 'M.O. Theory and biology’. 1 p. ms. notes for seminar at Allen and Hanburys (pharmaceutical firm), 1968. Letter and photocopies of articles on the use of molecular orbital calculations in the drug researchfield. 1968 B.6.6. Numerous offprints (many are association copies) and other printed material assembled by CAC when preparing the course. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.7 SCIENTIFIC LECTURES B.7.14-Bi7 +4. Lectures at Leeds University 60 14 folders 1936 These represent CAC's first formal university lectures, delivered at Leeds in 1936 when, at the request of W.P. Milne, he deputised for Professor S. Brodetsky. attended while he wasstill a schoolboy at Clifton College, that inspired CAC to become a mathe- matician (see p.76 of R.S. Memoir). It was a lecture by Brodetsky, All items are ms. drafts. B.7 sl. B.7 2 B.7 2. B.7.4. (see also A.2.2.) ‘Advanced dynamics’ ‘Projectiles’ ‘Statics’ ‘Ramsay's hydro solutions' B.7.5.-B.7. 14. Lectures delivered at Dundee University. All items are ms. drafts. Bale Os Bs7 sO Bul of B.7.8. Bish Fs B.7.10. B.7.11. B.7.12. B.7.13. B.7.14. 'Electricity. Potential theory’ 'Electricity (senior honours)! 'Gravitation' ‘Partial differentiation' 'Differential equations’ 'Three dimensional solutions' "General course of mathe- matical physics’ 1939-40 Lectures to Maths general class 1943-44 Lectures to Maths general class 1944-45 Junior honours dynamics lectures (c) 1944 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 61 BOX B.8 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS 11 folders B.8.1.-B.8.7. Lectures given at Dundee University 1941-45 B.8.1. ' Junior Honours Calculus’ 1942. Numbered booklets and loose pages for lectures. B.8.2. ' Junior Honours Applied Dynamics’ 1941-42. 8 booklets and loose pages. B.8.3. 'Thermodynamics' n.d. 1 booklet. B.8.4. ‘Permutations and Combinations' n.d. 9 pp. ms. Bs8.5. 'Kinetic Theory’. 3 booklets. B.8.6. ‘Special class’. Extensive ms. notes. B.8.7. ‘Calculus special’ 1943-45. Extensive sets of ms. notes, and CAC's plans and timetables of course, various dates 1942-45. B.8.8. ‘Elementary Atomic Theory’. 1948-49 54 pp. ms. draft for course of 10 lectures (CAC's index is on inside cover of folder), and further ms. notes for tutorial work and problems. BsGe?s 'Wave-mechanical discussion on the significance of the K-region'. 1952 Report on work carried out by CAC and H.H. Greenwood for British Empire Cancer Campaign. 8 pp. typescript. (see also B.38.4., C.1.4., E.1.9.) Box B.8 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.8 B.8.10. 62 continued ‘Shape and Size of an Excited Molecule’. 1965-69 Several sets of ms. and typescript notes and drafts, lists of slides, diagrams and figures for lectures and papers on the subject. places of the lectures is on inside cover of the folder. CAC's list of dates and R.S. 353, 354, 372 B.8.11. ‘Compoundsof the rare gases' and 'XeFo'. 1963-69 Extensive ms. notes and drafts for lectures and papers, computer data, background material, correspondence. of the lectures is on inside cover of the folder. CAC's list of dates and places R.S. 312 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.9 INVITATION LECTURES Bs 7s lv=BaF eZ) 'The Size and Shape of Molecules’. 63 21 folders 1958-59 The Fisher Baker Lectures, Cornell University, New York, February-April 1959. CAC spent a sabbatical term at Cornell in 1959. The following folders contain ms. drafts for his lectures, duplicated notes and material for the students; some folders include related offprints. B.9 a1. B.9s2. Programme of the course, notes for Lecture | - 'Intro- duction’. ‘Charge distribution in Ho - the only completely calculable situation’. BP sd. "Present status of covalent-ionic resonance’. B.9.4. 'Valence angles - particularly in triatomic molecules’. BP ads 'Hybridization - dipole moments - case of HpO in detail’. B96. 'Electronegativity - d-orbital contraction - valence state’. BP sds 'Electron-deficient molecules’. B.9.8. ‘Elect ron-correlation and the method of Configuration Interaction - excited states of molecules’. B99 'The Hydrogen bond’. B.9.10. ‘Molecular vibrations - bond following - absolute intensities in the infra-red’. B.?. 11. "Loose ends’. B.9.12. 'TT and §¢ electrons’. B.9.13. ‘Fundamentals of conjugation’. B.9.14. ‘Compression energy - the case of cyclobutadiene’. B.9.15. ‘Bond orders and effective charges’. B.9.16. 'Excited states - colour’. B.9.17. ‘Influence of molecular symmetry - the ferrocenes'. Box B.9 continued C A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.9 continued B.9.18. B.9.19. B.9.20. B.9.21. 'Overcrowded molecules - strain - crystal forces’. 'Hyperconjugation’. 'The free-electron model’. Numeroussets of ms. notes, from a variety of sources, used by CAC in preparing lectures. (see also A.7.6., an extensive folder of correspondence relating to the scheduling of the lectures and to arrangements for CAC's visit) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.10 B. 10. 1. 65 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS 16 folders Numerous sets of ms. notes and drafts for mathe- matics lectures, Dundee: 1944-45 ‘Kinematics of a particle’. ‘Work done by a couple in a small rotation’. ‘Principle of virtual work’. ‘Stability of equilibrium with frictionless systems’ . 'The kinetic energy of a rotating rigid body’. ‘Moment of momentum about centre of rotation’. ‘Stretching of elastic bars'. Several unlabelled sets. (see also B. 10.11.) B.10.2.=B. 10210. Lectures on mathematics, with extensivelist of places and dates of delivery. B.10.2. ‘What makes a beautiful proof?’ 1952-60 Typescript, with abovetitle. Typescript of ‘Mathematics and beauty’. R.S. 381 B.10.3. "On liking Mathematics’. Presidential address, Mathematical Association. 16 pp. ms. draft. Ms. notes for another lecture on a similar subject. Bibliographical notes. R.S. 387 n.d. 1969 B.10.4. ‘Mathematics and the real world’. 1955-72 Presidential address, Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, 1972. 23 pp. ms. draft, 18 pp. ms. draft (different versions). 5 pp. typescript, 18 pp. typescript (different versions). Miscellaneous sets of ms. notes and bibliographical references. R.S. 298, 320, 419 Box B.10 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.10 continued 66 B.10.5. ‘Likes and dislikes in mathematics’. 1958-71 16 pp. ms. draft. 11 pp. typescript. 4 pp. ms. draft 'Likes and dislikes in maths and physics’. Miscellaneous ms. notes and bibliographical references. R.S. 242 B.10.6. 'Making models. What is applied mathematics all about?! 1965-73 Typescript, for Open University programme. Ms. notes. Correspondence with E.T. Copson and A.D. Rawlins, 1972-73, re origin of phrase ‘Applied Mathematics’. B.10.7. ‘Mathematics and the Modern World’. 1969-72 Ms. and typescript drafts of several talks on related subjects (‘Mathematics is a language’, etc.). Numerous 1 p. notes by CAC of references and quotations on the subject. B.10.8. 'How many different keys? ' 1969 6 pp. typescript, with illustrations. R.S. 377 (see also B.41.2. for correspondence and drafts for this article) B.10.9. ‘How atoms hang together’. 1966-67 Address to the Junior British Association, Birmingham, April 1966, and March 1967. Typescript, programmenotes. B.10.10. 'The variation method: a chapter in applied mathematics’. 1958 12 pp. manuscript. 6 pp. and 16 pp. typescripts (different versions). R.S. 243 Box B.10 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.10 continued 67 B.10.11. 'The nature of bonds between carbon atoms: how they vary with environment’. 1960 Proposed ‘Paper symposium' organised by M.J.S. Dewar for publication in Tetrahedron. Numeroussets of notes (ms. and typescript) of varying dates assembled by CAC. Includes ms. draft of course of lectures given in Dundee, 1939-42, with titles similar to those in B.10.1. Correspondence with M.J.S. Dewar, 1960, re CAC's contribution. B. 10.12. 'The scientific mind’. 8 pp. typescript, perhaps for broadcast. B.10.13. 'Valency'. (c) 1960 1964 5 pp. typescript for broadcast (with amendments and annotations in another hand). Correspondence with BBC re CAC's contribution to series 'A Few Ideas', Third Programme. Ms. notes. R.S. 319 B.10.14. ‘Distribution Theory’. CAC's notes on a course of lectures, perhaps delivered by G. Temple. 1955 B.10.15. ‘Constants of the motion’. (c) 1950, 1972-73 2 sets of ms. notes for lectures. B.10.16. 'd-electrons in chemical bonding’. 1972-73 Address at the Robert A. Welch Foundation Confer- ence on Chemical Research, Houston, Texas, November 1972. 46 pp. ms. (and some pp. typescript) draft. Transcript of discussion following CAC's contribution. List of references, and legends for figures. Miscellaneous ms. notes. Some correspondencewith organisers. Drawings for slides and for published version. R.S. 428 (see also A.11.4., B.1.8.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.11 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS Batlals 'Vector operators’. Ms. notes and drafts for courses of lectures in Oxford. 68 12 folders 1962-66 Bulle2s ‘Quantum mechanics of atoms and molecules’. 1938 Typescript and ms. draft for 'first nine lectures 1938', given at Dundee. Includes 2 pp. typescript list 'L. J. lecture schedule’, probably CAC's note of topics covered in Lennard- Jones's lectures in Cambridge, used as basis for his own teaching in Dundee. ‘Introductory wave mechanics’. 1949-72 Lectures given at various dates in London and Oxford. Ms. drafts, plan of the course, correspondence. CAC's indexes to the courses appear on inside cover of the folder. ‘Waves’. bids Extensive notes and drafts for course at Dundee. 7 numbered booklets, and loose pages numbered 'WI-WI6'. (see B.11.11., B.11.12. below) B11. 5. ‘Calculus of variations’. 1964-65 Ms. drafts, notes, list of topics, for courses of lectures at Oxford. ‘Quantum Mechanics’. 1969 Ms. draft and list of topics for a course of lectures at Oxford, and a copy of 30 pp. ms. notes taken by a student of 'Quantum Mechanics (Lectures given by Prof. C.A. Coulson to 27 students - Jan. 69)'. 'Brillouin's Theorem and Hellmann-Feynman Theorem’. 1970 Ms. notes for 'Coffee-party talk', November 1970, typescript with printer's amendments for published paper. R.S. 403 Box B.11 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.11 continued 69 B.11.8. "Bounds to Eigenvalues’. 1969-71. Ms. notes for courses of lectures in Oxford 1969-71. Notes, related offprints and research material, including copy of earlier publication by CAC. R.S. 315 Bal laos 'Hellmann-Feynman Theorem’. 1961-72 B.11.10. B.11.11. B..11s12, Several sets of notes and lectures on the subject, including courses at Oxford 1961, 1964, 1972. Extensive notes and drafts for courses of lectures at Oxford on large molecules, various dates 1965-67, but also includes notes for earlier course on 'Small molecules', 1958, and correspondence 1963. Notes for lectures on 'Heat', pages numbered H.1-H.8, originally given at Dundee and kept with B.11.4. above. Notes for lectures on 'Differential Equations', pages numbered DE1-DE26, originally given at Dundee and kept with B.11.4. above, with additional material used for courses of lectures on Differential Equations at Oxford, 1964-66. 70 7 folders 1967-70 C.A.Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B. 12 SCIENTIFIC LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS Bs 1251593. 1255s 'Non-Valence Interactions’. Series of lectures delivered at Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York, March-April 1968. 5 folders of notes, correspondence and research material for uncompleted book based on the lectures. B.12.1. Ms. drafts for lectures. B. 12.2. Correspondence, ms. notes and references assembled by CACfor proposed book. B.12.3. Notes and material for Chapter 2 of book. B.12.4. Notes and material for Chapters 3 and 4 of book. By 12.5. Notes and material for Chapter 5 of book. (see also A.10.6.) B.12.6. ‘Variation method’. 1957-71 Lecture given internationally (index of places and dates inside front cover). Notes, correspondence. B. 12.7. "Present tendencies in the theory of large molecules’. 1953 Ms. notes and drafts for lecture delivered in Rochester, New York. R.S. 160 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.13 NOTES TAKEN BY CAC ON LECTURES OR PUBLICATIONS BY OTHERS B. 13.1. "Lattice vibrations’. Series of 5 lectures by D.F. Hornig. 71 8 folders n.d. B.13.2. 'Vector model and atoms and molecules’. 1936 Lecture by W.G. Penney, 28 February 1936. B.13.3. 'Neutron diffraction by crystals’. 1949 Lectures by K. Lonsdale, April-May 1949. CAC's notes on the lectures, printed material distributed to audience. B.13.4. "Imperfections in crystalline solids’. 1955 Series of 8 lectures by A.B. Lidiard, Oxford, 1955. CAC's notes on the lectures, printed material dis- tributed to audience. 5.13.5. "He and H of atoms'. B.13.6. Series of 7 lectures by E.C. Titchmarsh. One folder of notes taken by CAC at departmental colloquia or summer schools where papers were given by outside speakers or by his own students. The notes are dated and are arranged alphabetically by name of speaker. (see also H.1.1. and H.1.2., programmesfor departmental colloquia) n.d. 1947-69 B.13.7. 2 envelopes of miscellaneous notes found inside CAC's books. which is not indexed. Includes some minor correspondence, B.13.8. Notes on lectures by H. Jeffreys: 1928-29 ‘Statics and particle dynamics', Michaelmas Term 1928 ‘Rigid dynamics(i)', Lent Term 1929 ‘Dynamics(ii)', Easter Term 1929. Box B.13 continued Cc A .Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.13 continued See also: 72 A.13.13. Notes on lectures by G.F.J. Temple. 1965 A.19.8. A folder of correspondence re CAC's donation to Cambridge University Library of his notes taken at lectures during his studies and early career there. These include notes on lectures by: Rutherford J.E. Lennard-Jones J.J. Thomson H. Jeffreys A. Eddington P.M.S. Blackett J.D. Cockcroft S. Chandrasekhar R.H. Fowler A.S. Besicovitch Bsll.2s Beds! s B.28.2. B.40.15. Typescript of J.E. Lennard- Jones's lecture schedule. n.d. Notes on lectures by J.E. Lennard-Jones on molecular orbitals. Notes on lectures and articles by R.A. Millikan, G.l. Taylor, T.E. Stanton, H. Jeffreys, Scott. Notes on lectures by P.O. Léwdin, J. Dunitz, E. Kapuy and others. 1934 193] C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.14 B.14.1. B.14.2. w >w © & 73 4 folders BAND STRUCTURE OF COMPOUND SEMI- CONDUCTORS 1957-66 This work was undertaken as a Research Contract with the Admiralty Department of Research Programmes and Planning for the study of electronic structure of compound semi-conductors of the zinc blend type. Copies of the progress reports on the project, nos. 1-7, are included with the folders. Ms. notes by CAC, including ms. draft for paper on 'Tetrahedral metallic compounds', written on verso of ms. draft of his Tawney Memorial Lecture on ‘Responsibility’. Ms. drafts by CAC's collaborators, G. Doggett, D. Stocker and L.B. Rédei for published reports on the project. Correspondence with Admiralty, Oxford University and collaborators re establishment of contract, proposals for research, administration of grant, equipment, publication of results, etc. B.14.3. B.14.4. R.S. 287 1957-60 1960-66 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 74 BOX B.15 IDEAS FOR RESEARCH 1955-73 One box of notes found in CAC's office at the Theoretical Chemistry Department. Someof the notes are unidentified and undated, but most bear headings by CAC; many are accompanied by the relevant offprints or articles or by correspondence (which is indexed). In addition to notes on the literature, there are notes of problems or ideas for future research as suggested to CAC bycolleagues' lectures or publications, by con- versation or by correspondence. Someofthe notes are very brief, but some extend to 4-5 numbered pages, per- haps intended for an informal discussion paper. Similar notes are also to be found in the correspondence folders (Sections C and G) with a heading ‘Problem for ...' when CACsuggested research topics for students. Many of the notes are written on the back of correspondence, examination scripts, etc. The type of information and the technique are similar to CAC's 'Problem Book! which he kept during his early career (Item H.1.5.). (see also B.33.1., B.35.15., B.39.2.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 75 BOX B.16 SCIENTIFIC LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS | 5 folders w w l O e — n X r e 'The problems of higher education in Africa’. 1968-71 An abridged version A lecture delivered in London to the Royal African Society on 17 March 1971. was published in African Affairs. See also A. 10.3. and A.10.4., 2 folders of correspondence and other material relative to CAC's visit to the University of East Africa in 1968-69 as a Royal Society Leverhulme Visiting Professor, which formed the basis of this talk. R.S. 407, 417 B.16.1. B.16.2. Notes on the literature, outline of lecture, ms. and typescript drafts, offprint, and supplementary material used in the prepara- tion of the lecture. Correspondence with the Royal African Society re scheduling of lecture and with professional colleagues interested in the problems of science education in developing countries. B.16.3. One folder of numerous reports, newsletters and printed material on East Africa, especially with reference to education and science. w w O O ‘Theoretical chemistry - past and future’. 1973 Inaugural Lecture, Chair of Theoretical Chemistry, University of Oxford, delivered 13 February 1973. R.S. 443 (see also A.14.14., A.14.15.) B.16.4. Arrangements for lecture, guest-lists and correspondence. Editor's notes for pub- lished text, slides, etc. Author's (incomplete) ms. and typescript. CAC died before completing the preparation for publication of the text of his Inaugural Lecture. by Dr. Simon Altmann and Miss Rosemary Schwerdt. The editorial task was discharged B.16.5. Background notes and research material. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.17 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, TALKS, PUBLICATIONS Bel7st. 'Interstitials in graphites'. Extensive correspondence with colleagues and with publishers re CAC's paper andits findings. Notes, charts and diagrams, related offprints by CACand others. R.S. 339 76 10 folders 1963-67 B.17.2. "Symmetry in Chemistry’. 1970-74 Proposed article to be written by CAC for Chemie in unserer Zeit. Correspondence with editors, CAC's notes, background material. (CAC died before the article could be written.) B.17.3. 'Hyperconjugation'. 1967-74 Proposed article for Chemical Society Reviews, to be written in collaboration with J.P. Colpa. Correspondence with editors, and with collaborator. CAC's notes on the literature, and outline for article (dated 1967), miscellaneous background material. (CAC died before the article could be completed as planned. ) B.17.4. 'Wave mechanics and the alkene bond’. 1962-65 Introductory chapter written in collaboration with E.T. Stewart for book The chemistry of the alkenes, edited by S. Patai. Correspondence with editor and publisher. Plan of the book. (see also G.16.4.- G.16.6. for CAC's correspondence with Stewart) Folder includes correspondence with Interscience Publishers re a proposed monograph ‘Recent developments in Valency Theory! to be written by CAC and Stewart in collaboration. R..S. 321 Box B.17 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.17 continued 7 B. 17.5. 'The meaning of resonance in quantum chemistry’. Ms, and typescript draft for paper, ms. drawings, editorial correspondence. 1945-46 R.S. 48 B.17.6. 'Les liaisons localisées et non-localisées'. 1948 Autograph ms. of 2 lectures written and delivered in French in Paris. R.S. 90 (see also A.5.9., B.1.11., B.34.9.) B.17.7. 'Note on an integral of A.F. Saturno’. 1968 5 pp. manuscript. R.S. 373 B.17.8. 'The dissociative breakdown of negative ions’. 1969 Ms. and typescript notes and drafts. R.S. 380 Bu l7.9. 'The mathematics of quantum chemistry’. 1970 CAC's diagram for paper. R.S. 397 B.17.10. ‘Mathematics is a "language" of physics’. (c) 1950 Ms. notes for 2 talks with this title. Notes, quotations, press-cuttings, ms. and printed background material. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.18 B.18.1.- B.18.4. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS Valence Oxford University Press (first published 1952). 78 6 folders 1947-64 B.18.1. Outline notes for chapters, correspondence, notes on the literature. B.18.2. Correspondence with publishers and colleagues, notes for later editions and for translations, press-cuttings, working notes. B.18.3. Drawings for book. B.18.4. Correspondence with publishers especially re foreign editions, and with colleagues re possible amendments and new calculations for later editions. R.S. 134 (see also A.8.1., B.39.16., G.16.3.) B18.0.* B.18.6. 'Carbon-carbon bonds, being a study of bonds of fractional order’. Thesis submitted for the D.Sc. degree, University of St. Andrews, 1945. 1945 B.18.5. Ms. of thesis, chapters 1-24. B.18.6. Typescript and drawings, chapters 1-24 (with note by Mrs. Coulson 'typed by CAChimself"). C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 79 BOX B.19 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS 7 folders Bal? 1 Waves. Oliver and Boyd(first published in 1941). Typescript of preface and contents page, ms. list of additions and corrections for later editions. Copies of reviews. Galley proofs showing corrections to seventh edition (published 1955). Correspondence with M. Born re error in first edition. RS. 2] (see also B.35.11.) By 19.25 Electricity. Oliver and Boyd(first published in 1948). Heavily amended and annotated galley proofs of first edition. Typescript of additions to second edition. Correspondencewith publisher. R.S. 81 B.19.3. The Shape and Structure of Molecules, Oxford University Press (published 1973). Correspondence with colleagues and with publisher re CAC's contribution to undergraduate chemistry series. 1971-73 Correspondencere permission for CAC to reproduce diagrams from previously published work by others. Ms. notes and typescript outline of proposed book. Typescript draft of lecture course on ‘Electrons in molecules' (probably delivered abroad). Miscellaneous ms. notes. R.S. 422 B.19.4. Discussion on a paper by W.E. Moffitt. (c) 1948 1 p. typescript. B.19.5. Correspondence and papers exchanged with editors at Pergamon Press re numerous publications on which CAC's advice was sought. Titles include Dictionary of Physics, Journal of Atomic and Molecular Physics, International Encyclopaedia of Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics. 1953-64 Box B.19 continued Cc th, Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.19 continued 80 B.19.6. "Note on a modified Thomas-Fermi equation for molecules’. (c) 1950 4 pp. typescript. B. 1747. 'The long-range distribution around an impurity in a metal’, 1951 Work in collaboration with V.W. Maslen. 2 pp. typescript. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.20 SCIENTIFIC WORKING PAPERS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS B.20.1. 'Free valence paper’. 81 20 items 1950 Extensive correspondence, May-July 1950, with collaborators, H.C. Longuet-Higgins, and with R. Daudel re paper 'Free-valence in unsaturated hydrocarbons’. Typescript draft by Longuet-Higgins. 3 pp. typescript draft by CAC 'Free valence in radical reactions’. Set of ms. notes 'Free valence changesdue to resonance’. Rao. 113 B.20.2. "Law of alternating polarity’. 1957 8 pp. ms. daft 'Some notes on the law ofalter- nating polarity’. Miscellaneous ms. notes. Correspondence, January-December 1957, with B.M. Wepster and S. Basu, on points relating to this subject. 7 pp. untitled typescript (differs from the ms. noted above). N.B. This paper is believed to be unpublished. B.20.3. ‘Two notes on the shape of charge clouds near a hydrogen atom'. 1958 9 pp. ms. and9 pp. typescript draft, and some loose papers. Ms. notes. Copies of CAC's letters to W. Cochrane, 1958, re Cochrane's paper at a M.I.T. conference. This paper seems to have been the basis of CAC's own work on the He submitted the above ms. for publication topic. in Acta Crystallographica, but it does not seem to have been published. B.20.4. ‘Calculation of the difference in the energies of the two systems in HUckel's approximation’. 1963-65 Correspondence with collaborator, J. Koutecky, 1965. 39 pp. typescript (probably by Koutecky). N.B. The paper was neverpublished. Box B.20 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.20 continued 82 B.20.5. ‘Correspondence and working papers for possible publication on diamond’. 1964-65 Miscellaneous ms. notes. Correspondencewith others working on the subject. B.20.6. 'Halogens'. 1964-66 Notes on the literature. Miscellaneous ms. notes. Related offprints. Correspondence with D. Mayers and L.S. Bartell. B.20.7. 'BoO3H,'. 1964-70 Ms. draft (photocopy) of 'Boron- Oxygen bonds, the case of H7B9O,.' sent by CAC to collaborator, J.P.M. Bailey, for comment. Correspondence with Bailey re joint work. Correspondence with T.W. Dingle re their earlier collaborative paper 'The B-O bond lengths in boron- oxygen compounds’. Notes by CAC on work of others, with related corre- pondence. R.S. 317, 362, 383, 398. B.20.8. 'Localised benzene regions in condensed aromatics'. 1967 Notes on the literature. 'Double-bond character’, ms. draft. B.20.9. ‘History of Theoretical Chemistry’. 1971 Closing speech by CAC at Fourth Canadian Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, University of British Columbia, August 1971. 16 pp. ms. and 12 pp. typescript. Miscellaneous ms. notes collected for speech. Correspondence re proposal to publish the lecture. (see also A. 10.1.) Folder also includes typescript of CAC's opening remarks at Summer School on Quantum Chemistry, Yugoslavia, 1967, and related correspondence. R.S. 360 Box B.20 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.20 continued 83 B.20.10. ‘Problems with the helicenes'. 1970-72 B.20.11. B.20.12. n.d. 1934 Carbons of 2 of CAC's letters on the subject. Ms. notes, related offprint. One folder of miscellaneous ms. notes, one labelled 'CAC's policy’. 'The electronic structure of molecules from the standpoint of the theory of molecular orbitals’. Thesis submitted for the Fellowship examination at Trinity College, Cambridge. CAC was elected to this Prize Fellowship (his thesis was examined by G.H. Hardy) at the same time as Douglas Lea (see p.78 of the Royal Society Memoir). CACtyped the thesis himself with numerous figures and charts in his own hand. It was never published. These include an introductory Several loose sheets have been inserted in the front of the bound volume. note to accompanythe thesis on its submission to Trinity, a list of references titled 'Electronic structure of polyatomic molecules and valence’, notes on a paper published in Modern Chemistry by Linus Pauling in 1938, and one letter (1964) loaning the thesis to a colleague. CAA. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.21 SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS B.21.1. "Molecular Theory'. 84 6 folders 1953-55 Article written by CAC for Encyclopaedia Americana. Ms. of article and figures. Editorial correspondence. The article, described by the editor as 'much admired in this office for its lucid presentation of a highly technical subject', is not listed in the R.S. Memoir. 2.- ‘Sigma bonding' and 'Pi bonding’. 1969-70 Chapters for Physical Chemistry, Vol.5: Valency (ed. H. Eyring et al). Working notes and papers, ms. and typescript drafts andfigures. Editorial correspondence. Note: CAC's 'Chapter 4' (on sigma Bonds) became Chapter 5, and his 'Chapter 6' (on pi-Bonds) became Chapter 7, in the published work. R.S. 392, 393 (see also B.24.3.) B.21.4. 'Shapes of Group TIA Dihalide Molecules’. 1973 Ms., working notes, brief editorial correspondence. R.S. 431 B.21.5. ‘Crystal growth and orientational disorder in bromo- form’. 1974 Corrected typescript and figures for published paper. R.S. 434 B.21.6. 'The Fermi hole in atoms’. 1972-74 Work in collaboration with Russell Boyd. First typescript version prepared by Boyd, and second ms. version by CAC. Correspondence with collaborator, continued after CAC's death with Miss R. Schwerdt. R.S. 442 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 85 BOX B.22 DICTIONARY OF VALUES OF MOLECULAR CONSTANTS 11 folders The Dictionary was prepared in collaboration with R. Daudel and first printed in a cyclostyled version jointly by the Mathematical Institute, Oxford, and the Centre de Méchanique Ondulatoire Appliquée, Paris, in 1954. The calculations and data, however, often date from an earlier period of CAC's work. Some of the calculations in these folders were made by members of CAC's research group. Early calculations and working papers (beginning in 1937). 'Dihydroanthracene'. Working papers and calculations. er B,22.2. Butea 'Polyacenes'. Working papers and calculations. B.22.4. 'Polyphenyls'. Calculations (with index). B.22.5. ‘Structure of "diphenylene"' Calculations, working papers, typescript draft of letter to Nature (1942). R.S. 32 BintseGe 'Free valence in triphenylmethyls'. Calculations, working papers, correspondence with collaborator J. Jacobs re paperof same title. R.S. 60 (see also B.35.24. and C.10.12.) B.22.7. ‘Graphite problems’. Calculations and working papers, correspondence with collaborators, G.S. Rushbrooke and M. Bradburn. B.22.8. ‘Graphite problems' (continued). Typescript of paper of the same title and of paper ‘Graphite crystals and crystallites', working papers. R.S. 70, 71 (see also B. 36.5.) Box B.22 continued 86 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.22 continued Bi 220i 'Butadiene'. Calculations by CAC and J. Jacobs. R.S. 105 B.22.10. B22. 11. Bound notebook of work by CAC and others on tables of integers. Set of calculations and work on integral tables by one of CAC's research students. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.23 w w O 9 d 0 o 2 N C n a n 87 DICTIONARY OF VALUES OF MOLECULAR CONSTANTS(continued) 7 folders Correspondence, ms. notes and corrected typescripts of the Introduction and Values for Volumes I-IV of the Dictionary. B.23.1. Miscellaneous correspondence, calculations and related papers. B.23.2. Introductions for Volumes | and II. 1948 Correspondence, ms., typescript, working papers. B.23.3. Values for Volume I. Correspondence, working papers, calcula- tions, charts. B.23.4. Values for VolumeII. Correspondence, calculations. B.23.5. Introductions and Values for VolumesIII and IV. Correspondence, comments and evaluations from colleagues after distribution of VolumeI, ms., typescript, working notes, calculations. B.23.6. Values for Volume III. Calculations, typescript of introduction to section. B.23.7. Folder of correspondence, typescripts and papers re publication of the Dictionary by PergamonPress with the title Dictionary of 1 -electron Calculations. CAC collaborated with A. Streitweiser on this publication. The folder includes correspondence re grant from 1.C.1. towards preparation of the Dictionary. 1961-67 R.S. 327 88 8 folders 1954-73 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.24 SCIENTIFIC LECTURES o b O N ~ ~ — o b h 2 folders containing CAC's mss. of Summer School lecture notes. Includes: ‘What is atomic theory?! ‘Atomic units' "Hydrogen atoms' 'Variation theory’ ‘Koopmans' theorem' ‘Self-consistent fields’ ‘Dirac scheme' 'Excitors' ‘History of Oxford' 'Effect of magnetic field on a molecule' (B.24.2. includes programmesandlists of members for the 1960-62 Summer Schools) B.24.3. 'HUckel theory of organic chemistry’. 1967-73 Ms. notes for CAC's course of lectures to second year chemists, and related correspondence. Folder includes ms. of chapter on iT-bonds, published in H. Eyring's series on Physical Chemistry. R.S. 393 (see also B.21.2.-B.21.3., Box B.43.) B.24.4. "Problems in wave mechanics and quantum theory’. 1964-73 Ms. notes for course of lectures, and problems sheets for distribution to students. B.24.5. w w O t R B O O N & O C e Ms. notes for course of lectures on mathematics for chemists, and related correspondence. Ms. lecture notes for a one-year course in Wave Mechanics for M.Sc. students, Oxford. 1973 1965-74 B.24.6. 'The hydrogen atom' B.24.7. 'The helium atom' B.24.8. 'The hydrogen molecule! (includes a set of notes taken by Elizabeth Colbourn, a student attending the course in 1973). C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.25 Bo25.5.. 89 SCIENTIFIC LECTURES, EXAMINING, PUBLICATIONS 9 folders 'Recent Developments in the Theory of the Wave Equations’. 1949 Extensive ms. notes for a course of 9 lectures given at King's College, London. Includes CAC's notes taken at lectures by Lennard- Jones on ‘Molecular orbitals', February 1934. Bi 25.25 "Introduction to Wave Mechanics’. 1952-69 Extensive ms. notes for courses of lectures, begun at King's College, London, and continued at Oxford, with regular up-dating and additional material by CAC. CAC's indexes of the lectures, and notes on changes to be made, are included. 8525.35 ‘Quantum Mechanics’. 1947, 1955-56 Ms. notes for an extended course of lectures. The earliest drafts (for 30 lectures) are dated 1947; the index inside the front cover of the folder refers to a course of 32 lectures at Oxford 1955-56, and there are many additional pages of new material intercalated. Examination problems in Wave Mechanics and Quantum Theory. w o w d b O N n a a BsaeOs "Lectures on Atomic Structure’. Course of 8 lectures given at Oxford. 31 pp. ms. text of lectures; miscellaneous sets of ms. notes and problems. Brief editorial correspondence and corrected type- script of paper, 1969. B.S. 370 1963-71 1970-72 Bi25.7s 'Why atoms combine’. 1962 Talk given on Granada TV 'Discovery’series. Correspondence, script of talk with ms. corrections by CAC. Miscellaneous brochures re series and participants. Box B.25 continued Cc A . Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.25 continued 90 B.25.8. B.25.9. Miscellaneous notes, drafts, problems and corres- pondence re mid-sessional examinations in physics, King's College, London. 1950-52 Brief correspondence re external examinations at University of Edinburgh. 1953 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 91 BOX B.26 SCIENTIFIC LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS 10 folders B.26.1. B26. 25 ‘Dynamics’. Ms. notes. 'Vectors'. Ms. notes. B.26.3. 'Vector operators’. Ms. notes. B.26.4. 'Gravitation'. Ms. notes. B.26.5. "Rigid bodies’. Ms. notes. B.26.6. "Mechanics'. Ms. notes. B.26.7. 'Vector analyses’. Ms. notes. B.26.8. ‘Electricity’. Ms. notes. 1952-54 1958-68 1960-65 1966-68 1970 1971 1965 1970 B.26.9. B.26. 19. Examination papers related to some of the above lectures. 1967, 1968 Miscellaneous correspondence, recollections and material related to Memoir by CAC of Samuel Francis Boys for the Royal Society. R.S. 429 (see also C.24.2., E.8.1., G.16.5.) 1972-75 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.27 B.27.s1. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS AND PROJECTS 'A short historical survey of the discovery and manipulation of the knowledge gained from soap- bubbles and their allied forms of plane-films and capillarity’. An essay submitted for the Grenfell Essay Prize, Cambridge. 36 pp. manuscript. 92 7 folders 1929 B.27.2. 'Gyroscopes'. 1930 An essay submitted for the Yeats MathematicsPrize, Trinity College, Cambridge. 88 pp. ms. and 3 pp. references. (see also B.4.10.) Det «ds Work on curve tracing. (c) 1929 Extensive notes, class exercises, diagrams. B.27.4. "Problems in molecular structure’. 1933 92 pp. ms., bound up by CAC and dated 27.2.33, with a 2 pp. statement of problems to be solved, in the hand of J.E. Lennard-Jones. B.27.5. Folder of material for a proposed book for éth- formers, on the relations between science and religion, in the 'Gateway' series. The project was not completed. 1952-66 The material includes correspondence, notes, press- cuttings, questions for discussion and CAC's answers (at various conferences, discussion groups, etc.) and typescripts of various talks and broadcasts given by CAC, not all of which are listed in the R.S. Memoir. Various dates 1952-66 R.S. 191, 219 ‘Wave mechanical theory of conjugated systems’ (later 'molecules'). Ifal=5o A proposed book, to be written in collahoration with H.C. Longuet-Higgins. B.27 6. Ms. drafts, working papers and corres- pondence. B.27.7. Plan of the book (9 chapters), ms. of extended version (13 chapters), and a letter re publication, 1974. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 93 BOX B.28 EARLY RESEARCH NOTES AND PUBLICATIONS 13 folders B.28.1. 'First bit of research. 1927'. 3 pp. manuscript. Bs 20.2 Notes by CAC on articles and/or lectures by R.A. Millikan, G.I. Taylor, H. Jeffreys, T.E. Stanton and _Scoft. 1927 193] 5.28.3. ‘Miscellaneous early research’. 1933-34 Letter to RH. Fowler, 13 March 1934, enclosing 10 pp. typescript 'Report on work done and doing since June 1933'. ‘Molecular structure', 27 pp., 10 March 1933. 'On separability of wave - eq. in 1 dim. with interaction for 2 electrons', 4 pp., 31 May 1933. ‘The problem of an electron in an ellipse of constant potential’, 12 pp., 1 June 1933. ‘Bessel Functions. Addition theorems', 27 pp. and some loose papers, June 1933. 'Two electrons with interaction in harmonic oscillator’, 12 pp., 24 May 1934. ‘N.1.', 4pp., ned. ‘Exponential integral’, 10 pp. and some loose papers. Numerous shorter sets of ms. notes, most labelled by CAC. B.28.4. ‘Rochelle Salt’. Mostly notes on the literature, on colloquia talks by others or on conversations. B. 28.5. ‘Rotating dipoles and Rochelle salt’. 1932 1932 Folder of ms. notes and drafts, index inside front cover, Labelled with titles and 'Opus nos! by CAC, written November 1932 and bound up October 1933. B.28.6. ‘The problems of Rochelle salt. and other anomalies’. Dialectic constant 1932 54 pp. typescript, perhaps for paper (not published). Box B.28 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.28 continued 94 B.28.7. 'Molecular structure. Methods’. 1933 Folder of ms. notes and drafts, index inside front cover. Section B is carbon of a 7 pp. letter to J.E. Lennard- Jones, May 1933, ‘Problems in Molecular Physics’. B.28.8. "Interaction Problems'. Ms. notes, July 1933, bound up October 1933. B.28.9. 'Interlacing spheres and cylinders’. Extensive ms. notes, calculations and diagrams, bound up October 1933. B.28.10. '3 atoms on circle’. Ms. notes, dated by CAC 'mainly September 1933'. B.28.11. ‘Problems of 2 parabolas' (unfinished) and 'Hermite polynomials’. Ms. notes, 33 pp. and 6 pp. B.28.12. ‘Circular ideas October 1933'. 19 pp. ms. notes. B.28.13. 'Triatomics: linear-isosceles-equilateral'. 1933 1933 1933 1933 1933 1933 Miscellaneous ms. notes and drafts. Includes introductory notes by J.E. Lennard-Jones. Ryo. 2 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.29 B. 29.1. By2? 2. 95 EARLY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 10 folders Extensive miscellaneous early calculations on wave functions, and 2s and 2p screening, concerning methane and neon, small and large separations. This is a bulky folder incorporating several folders of notes, some labelled and described by CAC, and some loose papers. 1933-36 Extensive working papers and correspondence on H3, H3* and H3**. Includes letters to H.M. James and G.S. Gordadse re mistake in R.S. 8, February 1938. 1934-38 R.S. 2, 8 B. 29.3. ‘Vibrational states of methane’. (c) 1934 Ms. notes. B.29.4. "Stark effect’. (c) 1933-34 B.29.5. 14 pp. ms. nofes. ‘Hydrogen bond?' 4 pp. ms. notes. B.29.6. 'W.K.B. method’. Miscellaneous ms. notes. (c) 1934 1934 The folder includes a ms. 'poem' by CACin the style of 'Hiawatha', thanking a friend for a sponge-cake. B.29.7. ‘Comparison of Heitler-London, molecular orbital, and true wave-functions and energies’. (c) 1934 Ms. notes and diagrams. B.29.8. 'Excited H9'. 7 pp. ms. notes. B.29.9. "Hydro'. Notes and references on waterflow. 1934 1934 B.29.10. ‘Exponential integrals’. 1934, 1942 Work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson. Correspondence and working papers. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.30 B.30.1. B.30.2. 96 EARLY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 15 folders "Numerical values of integrals’. (c) 1935 4 sets of ms. notes. ‘Self-consistent field method for molecular hydrogen’. 1934-38 Multiple drafts (numbered 0-10 by CAC) and calcu- lations. Includes a note by CAC 'Subsidiary calculation to help Mulliken. See correspondence Feb. 1948’. R.S« Il ‘Lengthy calculations of beastly integrals’. (c) 1935 Extensive notes and calculations. Includes, in separate binder, CAC's ms. ‘Formulae for beastly integrals’. These notes relate to the work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson. B.30.4. 'Kekulé patterns for finding bond orders - Fries rule - unexcited states only’. Ms. notes 18 pp. + 1 p. B.30.5. Short note on exchange integrals. ‘Maths Club‘ ' Ms. notes for a talk to be given in collaboration with D.E. Lea, in CAC's and Lea's hands. B.30.7. "Radiation calculations’. Work in collaboration with D.E. Lea. Correspondence and working papers. R.S..3 "Helices'. Correspondence with G.F.C. Searle. 1935 n.d. 1934 1935 1935 B.30.9. 'Polarisability of Ho" and H» molecules’. 1935-40 5 sets of ms. notes on the subject. Box B.30 continued Cc A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B. 30 continued 97 B.30.10. Thesis submitted for Ph.D., Cambridge. 1936 Plan of Thesis, chapters 1 and 2 only, autograph manuscript. (see also A.3.3.) B.30.11. ‘Some thoughts on H3 Linear’. (c) 1936 A pp. ms. notes. B.30.12. ‘Screening constants Ho* and H9'. 1936-37 8 sets of ms. notes and drafts. R. 5. 8 B.30.13. 'Diatomics Zor Z\'- 1937-38 88 pp. ms. notes and drafts, and some loose pages. B.30.14. Early work on the Aromatic Molecules. 1936-37 10 sets of ms. notes and drafts. The folder carries a note by R.B. Mallion dated 1975, on the historical interest and seminal ideas of these notes and papers. R. 5.9 B.30.15. Notes and calculations on cyclic polyenes. (c) 1936 7 sets of ms. notes and drafts. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.31 Bucl.l. 98 EARLY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 14 folders ‘Benzene’. Work in collaboration with J.E. Lennard-Jones. Correspondence and working papers. The folder carries a note by R.B. Mallion about the content and interest of the material. 1937-46 1938-39 n.d. B.31.2. Miscellaneous ms. notes and graphs on bond-order and length. B.3l a3. Work 'to be done’. 3 pp. ms. notes. B.31.4. 2 sets of ms. notes, on the physical and biological properties of conjugated hydrocarbons, and on ‘Evaluation of A, for large n'. (c) 1938 B.31.5. 'Wheland method for graphite’. 1937-41 Extensive ms. notes. Includes correspondence with G.W. Wheland, 1937, 1941, and typescript plans and drafts for two papers with the title ‘The Electronic structure of graphite| and If' by CAC and J.E. Lennard-Jones. Publication of these collaborative papers was inter- rupted by the outbreak of war, and CAC reworked the material for later publication, in collaboration with M,. Bradburn and G.S. Rushbrooke, in 1948. R. 5.070, 71 (see also B.32.8., B.33.2.) B.31.6. ‘Various thoughts on resonance’. Miscellaneous ms. notes. Bi31.7. "Notes on the doubly excited H, atom’. 5 pp. ms. notes. 1936-37 n.d. B.31.8. "MT Electron M.O. results on chains and rings’. 1937 Working papers. Letter from J.E. Lennard-Jones. B.31.9. "Oscillating Rotator’. n.d. 2 sets of ms. notes. Box B.31 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.31 continued 99 B.31.10. ‘Calculations of 3-centre integrals - numerical’, (c) 1936 Notebook of calculations. B.31.11. "Bad triatomic integrals’. Miscellaneous ms. notes. B.31.12. ‘Group theory CH, etc. ' Miscellaneous ms. notes. B.31.13. "General theory of diatomic molecules’. Miscellaneous ms. notes. B.31.14. "Electron Density. Hat. Numerical’, Extensive notes, graphs and calculations. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.32 BasZel. 100 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 8 folders 'Bond orders of links in free radical chains’. 1938-39 Miscellaneous sets of ms. notes, paginated and titled by CAC. R.S. 14 B. 32.2. ‘Slater's method for graphite and tight binding’. 1936-38 Miscellaneous ms. notes. B.32.3. ‘Dipole moments’. Miscellaneous ms. notes. w w & O B C G O N ‘Comparison of wave functions for HeH*t and HeH™'. Work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson for paper published in Proc. R.S. Lond. Res: 10) 1936-37 1935-37 B.32.4. This folder consists of an extended exchange ofletters, in which ideas are developed, calculations under- taken and checked and the finished work prepared for publication. Meetings and some persona! matters are discussed, and CAC's last letter in the folder (December 1937) refers to the religious group at Leeds in the care of Miss Eileen Burrett and adds: 'You'll meet the fair Eileen and you shall tell me if you like her as well as | dot But you'd better not!" Boo. 2. Correspondence with W.E. Duncanson, May-June 1938. Extensive ms. calculations for HeH”, pages numbered 300-621. 'B. 32.6. Further calculations for paper. B.32.7. ‘Structure of graphite - review of existing situation’. jituation’. (c) 1938 Folder of notes, carefully indexed by CAC. (see also B. 33.2.) Box B.32 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.32 B.32.8. 101 continued ‘Self-consistent field for trigonal carbon in graphite’. 1938 Work in collaboration with J.E. Lennard-Jones. Reports and letter for Lennard-Jones. Working papers. (see also B.31.5., B.33.2.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.33 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS B.33.1. ‘Problems on hand’. Extensive folder of notes (many only 1 or 2 pages long) on problems and questions for research. (see also B.15, B.35.15, H.1.5.) 102 19 foiders 1936-48 B.33.2. ‘Graphite: tight binding and loose binding’. 1939 Several sets of ms. notes. Includes letter to J.E. Lennard-Jones re publica- tions on graphite, 3 July 1939. (see also B.31.5., B.32.8.) B.33.3. ‘Classical lengths of links in aromatics’. 1939 Several sets of ms. working notes, with later amend- ments and annotations. Draft of paper 'The lengths of the links of unsaturated hydrocarbon molecules' sent to Journal of Chemical Physics; it was returned with referee's comments. CAC re-wrote the paper and re-submitted. R.S. 14 R.B. Mallion notes (1975) that this folder N.B. is of special interest. B.33.4. ‘The Electronic structure of some polyenes and aromatic molecules’. 1938-39 Miscellaneous ms. notes, diagrams and drafts, in~ cluding ‘first rough draft’ July 1938, and ‘Revision of July 1939". R.B. Mallion notes (1975) ‘Some of the N.B. material in this apparently unpublished paper appears in paper no.14', R.S. 14 B.33.5. ‘Unsaturated hydrocarbons’. 1939 Contribution to London Mathematical Society dis- cussion, January 1939. See correspondence with W.G. Penneyin B.33.7. below. 12 pp. typescript. B.33.6. ‘Polarisation problems’. (c) 1939 Ms. notes, 4 pp. and 3 pp. Box B.33 continued CA. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.33 continued B.33.7. Correspondence with W.G. Penney, May 1938- February 1939 re calculation of bond orders. Includes reference to London Mathematical Society discussion, January 1939, at which Penney read CAC's paper. B.33.8. ‘Liquid sodium’. Ms. notes and draft. Correspondence with collaborator G.S. Rushbrooke. Kase 15 103 1938-39 1939 B.33.9. 'Note on method of molecular orbitals’. 1939 Work in collaboration with G.S. Rushbrooke. 5 pp. and 4 pp. ms. nofes. (described as 'a classic and still much-cited paper’) R.S. 18 B.33.10. ‘Notes on the calculation of the energy of unsatu- rated hydrocarbon molecules’. 1939 13 pp. ms. draft. RS. 19 B.33.11. 'Van der Waals force between H* and H'. 1940-41 Ms. drafts, 52 pp. and 3 pp. RiS522 w ae "Momentumin single bonds’. 1938-40 Ms. drafts, 20 pp. and 9 pp. R.S. 23 w 33.13. 'Anharmonic linear oscillator vibrations: Ms. draft, i] pp. o 33. 14. ‘Bristol Conference’. Notes of papers by M. Polanyi, J.E. Lennard-Jones, Daudel, Gergole and others given at conference. w 6o3e 15% Working papers on specific heat of mercury at constant volume. Includes calculations by student at Dundee. 1940 1946 1940 Box B.33 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.33 continued 104 B.33.16. ‘Momentum in o’=p bonds’. 1940 Correspondence exchanged with collaborator, W.E. Duncanson, July-October 1940. Detailed comments on progress of work with some discussion of personal matters, including CAC's appearance before Conscientious Objectors Tribunal. R.S. 24 B.33.17. ‘Momentum of mobile electrons’. 1939-40 19 pp. ms. draft ‘Momentum of molecular orbitals’. 17 pp. ms. draft 'Case of Butadiene’. 10 pp. ms. draft 'Ethyiene’, 6 pp. ms. draft 'Application to benzene’. Letter from collaborator, W.E. Duncanson, November 1940. R.S.. 25. B.33.18. ‘Momentum distribution in many-electron systems’. 1940 Miscellaneous ms. notes. Includes note from 'E.T.C.' (Copson). B.33.19. ‘Colour of unsaturated compounds’, 1939-41 Miscellaneous ms. drafts and notes. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 105 BOX B.34 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 16 folders B.34.1. "Helium'. 194] 5 sets of ms. notes and calculations, separately paginated, and numbered 1-5, and miscellaneous untitled loose pages of notes. B.34.2. ‘Electrolytes’. (c) 1941 Workin collaboration with G.S. Rushbrooke; miscellaneous ms. notes, and 3 sets of drafts by collaborator. B.34.3. ‘Electron velocities in molecular hydrogen Ho’. n.d. 14 pp. typescript ‘Origin of the problem’, addressed to {unnamed) collaborator, perhaps W.E. Duncanson. 3 sets of ms. notes, separately paginated and numbered 1-3. Miscellaneous ms. notes and calculations on the subject. B.34.4. ‘General momentum theory’. n.d. Miscellaneous ms. notes. B.34.5. ‘Compton line for CHy, CoHg, C2H4, C2H2'. 1941 CAC's copies of 4 letters to W.E. Duncanson on subject, April 1941. RS. 27 B.34.6. 'CH4 various attempts and approximations’ (continuation of above). 1941 Miscellaneous ms. notes and calculations, 30 pp., 11 pp. and shorter notes. CAC's copies of 3 letters to W.E. Duncanson, June 1941. R.S. 27 B.34.7. 'Diamagnetism of Methane’. 194] Ms. notes and drafts. Includes letter from H.S.W. Massey, April 1941. RSs, 27 Box B.34 continued ¢ dis Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.34 continued 106 B.34.8. ‘Approximate molecular orbitals for 2 centres’. Miscellaneous ms. notes variously dated 1941, 1947. B.34.9. 'On the relation between localised and non- localised molecular orbitals’. 1941-42 2 copies of 13 pp. typescript, with above title, submitted for publication to Royal Society of Edin- burgh July 1942. 2 letters from Max Born, with criticisms of the paper, 1942. Miscellaneous ms. notes and diagrams, 1941-42. CAC withdrew the paper, on Born's advice, but gave a paperin French with similar title in Paris in 1948. R.S. 90 (see also B.1.11., B.17.6.) B.34.10. ‘Dipole moment of CH bond'. 1940-42 4 sets of extensive ms. notes and drafts. Correspondencere publication and referees’ reports, 1942. Recs Jl B.34.11. ‘Wave functions of Lig and No’. 1941-42 Work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson. A sets of ms. notes and drafts. Correspondence with W.E. Duncanson October 1941- April 1942, with detailed discussion of the progress of the work. R.S. 34 B.34.12. 'Virial Theorem’. 1943-44 Work in collaboration with R.P. Bell. 4 sets of ms. notes and drafts. Correspondence with R.P. Bell, June 1943-July 1944, with detailed discussion of the progress of the work. R.S. 37 B.34.13. ‘Inorganic benzene B3N3H¢'. n.d. 9 pp. ms. draft and miscellaneous ms. notes. Box B.34 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 B.34.14. 'Dipole movement of C-C bonds’. B.34.15. Miscellaneous ms. notes, some dated 1944. 6 sets of ms. notes and drafts on mathematical problems, probably preliminary work for paper on ‘Some difficulties in teaching the D method in linear differential equations’. R.S. 38 107 1944 n.d. B.34.16. ‘Momentum in atoms’. 1942-44 Work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson. 5 sets of ms. notes and drafts. Extensive correspondence with W.E. Duncanson, May 1942-November 1944, with detailed discussion of the progress of the work, and some personal correspondence. R.9. 37 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 108 BOX B.35 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 25 folders B.. 25,41. ‘Vibrational momenta’. Miscellaneous ms. notes. Baton. ‘Dynamics Book'. n.d. 1943 4 pp. ms. outline plan for book, dated August 1943. Other brief ms. notes. (Work on the book was not completed. ) Bi 35.3. ‘Activated water'. 1943-44 Letter from D.E. Lea on subject, July 1943, and letter from CAC on subject, July 1944. B.35.4. ‘Molecular diamagnetism'. 3 sets of ms. notes and drafts, and copy of letter to W.E. Duncanson. Boo.D. 'Factorising wave equations and other differential equations’. 1944 1944 11 sets of ms. notes and drafts. 2 letters from A. Erdélyi, 1944. Bido.0 ‘Errors in second-order perturbation theory'.. n.d. 2 sets of ms. notes on subject. Bout ‘Energy fluctuations in bonds’. 1945-47 Work in collaboration with G.S. Rushbrooke. 3 sets of ms. notes and drafts. Correspondence with G.S. Rushbrooke, May 1945- March 1947, and with M.S. Bartlett, H.J. Groenewald. Includes corrected proof for published paper. R.S. 40 B.35.8. 'Polarisability problems’. 1945 4 pp. typescript 'Object of the work’. 2 sets of ms. notes. Box B.35 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.35 continued 109 Bi35.9.. 'CgO9 Lattice Energy’. 1945-46 Work in collaboration with J. Weiss. 4 sets of ms. notes and drafts, and loose pages of notes. Correspondence with J. Weiss, October 1945-July 1946, and from 'E.T.C.' (Copson). B.35.10. 'Anharmonic oscillator’. 1946 Mainly correspondence with colleagues on the subject. Includes 4 pp. note by CAC 'Onthe shape of potential energy curves in large molecules’. B.35, 11. Correspondence about CAC's book Waves. 1945-46 Rede 21 (see also B.19.1.) B.35.12. ‘Co-operative phenomena. Time variations’. 1946 1 p. ms. notes only. B.35.13. 'The atomic radius of carbon’. 1946 8 pp. typescript paper contributed by CAC to Conference on Molecular Bonds, Oxford, July 1946. CAC organised the conference, and the folder includes programme (heavily annotated), list of participants, accounts, etc. B.35.14. ‘Representation of simple molecules by molecular orbitals’. 1946 31 pp. typescript draft and 4 pp. references. Correspondence. The paper was written by invitation for the first (1947) volume of Quarterly Reviews of the Chemical Society. Folder cover carries a note 'Golden years of M.O. Theory ... Professor Coulson leads in teaching and spreading it'. (Note is by R.B. Gerber.) R.S. 49 Box B.35 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.35 continued 110 B.d5.15, ‘Suggested researches’. 1946-53 Extensive lists of possible research topics for CAC and research students, various dates 1946-53, some tabulated with the names of those working on them. The folder cover carried a note 'An amazingly broad list of subjects for his research students. some topics on which Professor Coulson (and his students) made distinguished contributions (conjugated systems, for instance). Many of the subjects were not actually pursued'. (Note is by R.B. Gerber.) List includes (see also B.15, B.30.1., H.1-5.) B.35.16. Miscellaneous short notes and correspondence re various problems discussed with CAC during hiscon- sultancy with I.C.1. 1947 (see also E.3.6.) B.35.17. 'On the eigenvalues and determinants of certain matrices’. 1946-47 Miscellaneous ms. notes. Correspondence with L. Goddard. B.35.18. 'The random-walk problem - Markoff's method’. 1946-47 10 sets of ms. notes and drafts. 4 pp. typescript draft for paper. R.S. 53 (see B. 35.19. below) Boos 19:5 ‘Note on the random-walk problem’. Ms. notes, calculations, notes on the literature, etc. related to above. R.S. 53 B.35.20. 'The electronic structure of conjugated systems Il Unsaturated hydrocarbons and their hetero- derivatives’. 1945-47 Work in collaboration with H.C. Longuet-Higgins. Miscellaneous sets of ms. notes and loose papers. Diagrams and typescript draft of paper. Letter from H.C. Longuet-Higgins, 1945. R.S. 54 Box B.35 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 111 B.25.21 ‘Theory of mixing’. 1946 Work in collaboration with J.M. Coulson (twin brother). 2 typescript notes by CAC, 'A theory of mixing’ 9 pp., and 'An alternative theory of mixing' 7 pp. 2 sets of ms. notes. Correspondence with J.M. Coulson January 1946- January 1947, B.35.22. ‘Chemical reactivity’. 1947, 1949 Folder containing several sets of work of different dates and types. | Heavily annotated typescript draft of paper with H.C. Longuet-Higgins on 'Recent develop- ments in the theory of conjugated substances’, with ms. notes and ms. of a paper in French on similar subject, given by CACatInstitut des Hautes Etudes, Bruxelles, December 1949, under the title 'Théorie des Réactivités des Molécules conjugées et Aromatiques'. Rie. 55, 111 (see also B. 37.8.) Il ‘Some theories in chemical reactivity for wT electron systems’. 1962 Proposed article for Quarterly Reviews, to be written in collaboration with Brian C. Webster. Correspondence with editors, collaborator and colleagues, continuing 1962-65. Miscellaneous ms. notes by CAC on subject, including notes of talks or lectures by others. II] 'Wave Mechanics of Chemical Reactions’. 1967 Course of lectures given in Michaelmas Term 1967. 16 pp. ms., with some intercalated pages. B.05.23. "Radial nodes’. 1946 Work in collaboration with W.E. Moffitt. Ms. notes, typescript draft for paper ‘Position of nodes in atomic wave functions’. Correspondence with W.E. Moffitt, 1946. R25. 57 Box B.35 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.35 continued 112 B.35.24. 'Free valencein triphenylmethyls’ . 1947 Work in collaboration with J. Jacobs. Miscellaneous ms. notes by CAC and by J. Jacobs. Correspondence with J. Jacobs, 1947. R.S. 60 (see also B.22.6.) Badls2. Work on polyphenyls. 1947 Miscellaneous diagrams of molecules, sent by R. Daudel, and carefully annotated by CAC. Letter from Daudel 1947 proposing a collaborative paper, with detailed reply from CAC on points of difference. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 113 BOX B.36 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 16 folders B.36.1. 'Velocities in atoms. | (p) Curves'. 1945-47 Work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson. Miscellaneous sets of notes, diagrams and drafts, some paginated. Personal and scientific correspondence with W.E. Duncanson 1945-47, and with editor re referee's comments on paper. R.S. 64 B.36.2. 'Graphite-huge molecule approximation’. 1946-47 4 sets of ms. notes on graphite, 43 pp., 55 pp., 24 pp., 4 pp. 5 pp. 'note on Riley's paper on amorphous carbon’. 2 pp. note on Pyrene. Letter on coronene from W.E. Moffitt. R.S. 66 B.36.3. ‘Special determinants’. 1943-47 Work on coupled systems with G.S. Rushbrooke. 7 sets of ms. notes. Letter from G.S. Rushbrooke, 1947. R.S. 67 B.36.4. ‘Method of spin states’. n.d. Miscellaneous ms. notes. B.36.5. ‘Energy bands in graphite layers’. 1945-48 Work in collaboration with G.S. Rushbrooke. 5 sets of ms. notes, and loose pages. 11 pp. typescript draft of paper on ‘Energies of mobile electrons in Crystallites infinite in one direction’. Correspondence with G.S. Rushbrooke 1945-46. Rio. 71 Box B.36 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.36 continued 114 B.36.6. 'H excited and Ht’. 1948 4 sets of ms. notes, and loose pages. Rusu 72 (see B. 36.7. below) B.36.7. 'Stark effect for H’'. 1946-48 Work in collaboration with C.M. Gillam. 3 sets of ms. notes on 'Stark effect’. Correspondence with C.M. Gillam 1946-47. Ress Ze B.36.8. '5-ringed hydrocarbons’. Miscellaneous ms. notes, one bearing note by CAC 'This was agreed at Paris April 1948. pleted Xmas 1948 if possible’. To be com- B.36.9. 'V = ax4 calculations’. 1948 1947 Work in collaboration with R. McWeeny. Miscellaneous ms. notes, some paginated by CAC. Rada 73 B.36.10. ‘Quinones, diradicals and free valencies'. Miscellaneous sets of ms. notes, and some loose pages, various dates 1939, 1941, 1942 and many undated. B.36.11. 'Fulvene'. 1947-48 Work in collaboration with A. Maccoll. Miscellaneous ms. notes by CAC andcollaborator. Corrected proof of paper. Correspondence with A. Maccoll, 1947. R.S. 74 B.36.12. 'C-H bonds and C-C 6=basis type bonds’. 1946-48 Extensive ms. notes and working papers. 8 pp. typescript draft for paper 'The atomic radius of carbon’. Correspondence 1947. R.5. 78 Box B.36 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.36 continued 115 B.36.13. 'Free radicals’. n.d. Work in collaboration with W.E. Moffitt. Draft for paper. Letter from W.E. Moffitt, n.d. R.S. 79 B.36.14. "Free valence’. 1947-48 5 sets of ms. notes, and some loose pages, on mutual polarisability problems, some dated 1947, 1948. R.S. 83 B.36.15. 'Para-amino-Stilbene’. 1948-49 Work in collaboration with J. Jacobs. Ms. notes by J. Jacobs, typescript draft of paper by CAC. Programme of meeting of the Chemical Society at which the paper was read. R.S. 88 B.36.16. "Atomic wave functions’. 1942-53 Work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson. Miscellaneous ms. notes and calculations by CAC and collaborator. Correspondence with W.E. Duncanson, 1942-53. R.S. 94 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 116 BOX B.37 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 15 folders B.37.1. ‘Bacterial variation’. 1946-50 Work in collaboration with D.E. Lea. Extensive ms. drafts, working papers and calculations by CAC and by Lea, most dated 1947. Correspondence with D,E. Lea 1947, with detailed discussion of the progress of the work. Correspondence with J.B.S. Haldane 1948-49 re publication of the work after Lea's death. Ms. accounts by CAC of his work with Lea, 4 pp. ms. and 6 pp. typescript (not identical texts) given as part of a discussion at King's College, London, 1950. RS. 95 Bst7 «Zs ‘Surface tension of liquid metals’. 1946-50 Correspondence and working papers, various dates. Invitation to lecture to Faraday Society on ‘Existence and Energies of Surface States' 1949. R.S. 102 B.37.3. 'Ultra-violet spectra of conjugated molecules’. 1947-49 Work in collaborationwith J. Jacobs. Ms. notes, draft for paper. Extensive correspondence with colleagues. B.37.4. 'The addition of osmium tartrate to dinaphthylethylenes'. n.d. Miscellaneous ms. notes. 2 pp. ms. draft for paper. R. 5. 99 B.37.5. ‘Momentum functions in a central field’. n.d. 7 pp. ms. notes. B.37.6. ‘Butadiene and FMO and configuration interaction’. 1949-50 Workin collaboration with J. Jacobs and D.P. Craig. Ms. notes, calculations and correspondence with collaborators. Letter from J.E. Lennard-Jones, to whom the papers had been sent to referee, with his comments, 1950. Ry Ss 400, 106 Box B.37 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.37 continued 117 Bied/ s7« 'R.S. Bond Conf.'. 1950 -Royal Society Conference on Bond Energy and Bond Length, 9 March 19504. Programme of conference. Notes, plan of contribution, and ms. draft ‘Bond lengths in conjugated molecules: the present position’. Letter from J.E. Lennard-Jones. Ky5. 110 B.37.8. ‘Quantum mechanical account of reactivity of conjugated compounds'. 1949-55 Extensive sets of notes and calculations, including ‘ideas notes' stimulated by reading, conversations, conference papers, etc. Typescript draft of paper 'Some recent theories of chemical reactivity’. Continuing notes and correspondenceon reactivity 1955. R.S. 111 (see also B.35.22.) B.37.9. 'Naphthalene-anthracene bond lengths’. 1949-50 Work in collaboration with R. Daudel and J.M. Robertson. Miscellaneous sets of ms. notes and some loose pages. Correspondence with collaborators detailing the progress of the work. R.S. 112 B.37.10. "Structure of graphite. Review of existing information’. n.d. Ms, and typescript notes (c) 1950. B.37.11. 'Linear combination of bond orbitals’. 1949-50 Extensive notes and working papers. Correspondence with R.D. Brown, M.J.S. Dewar. Box B.37 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.37 continued 118 B. 37.12. 'Strong-field polarisability' . 1946-51 Work in collaboration with A. Maccoll and L.E. Sutton. Extensive correspondence with collaborators. 2 corrected drafts of paper on 'Hyper-polarisability'. R.S. 120 B.37.13. Work on the electrostatic potential of Hp and Ho’. 1951-53 Ms. notes, calculations and correspondence, on the problem, and ms. draft of a projected paper which was not completed. B.37.14. ‘Factors affecting bond lengths’. 1951 Ms. notes and calculations. Correspondence. R.S. 121 B.37.15. ‘Carbon-carbon bond lengths in small molecules’. 1955-56 Paper read at a Meeting of European Molecular Spectroscopists, Oxford, 7-11 July 1955. 8 pp. ms. draft for paper, + 4 pp. Appendixes. Miscellaneous ms. notes, calculations and working papers. Correspondence with colleagues, including invitation to give paper from ‘organiser H.W. Thompson, and re research problems preceding and arising from paper, 1955-56. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.38 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS B.doal, 'Graphite momentum’. 119 18 folders 1941-50 Work in collaboration with W.E. Duncanson, Ms. notes, numerous ms. and typescript drafts by CAC and W.E. Duncanson. Extensive correspondence with W.E. Duncanson, November 1945-October 1946, with detailed dis- cussion of progress of the work, and somepersonal correspondence. R.S, 125 Many of CAC's drafts are written on the N.B. verso of his printed applications for various university posts, 1941. Bute 2s ‘Coulomb effects in hybridisation’. (c) 1952-54 B.38.3. Ms. notes. '‘Azulene’. B.38.4. Ms. notes 'Wave mechanics of azulene models’. Notes for a colloquium (n.d.) Typescript of 'Alkyl shifts in absorbtion spectra of azulene and other aromatic hydrocarbons’. Numerous sets of ms. notes, titled 'Hyperconjugation', ‘Perturbation effect', 'Azulene applications’, etc. R.S. 128 ‘Cancer Review'. Ms. notes for CAC's review article ‘Electronic configuration and carcinogenesis’ for first volume of Advances in Cancer Research published by Academic Press. Editorial correspondence with Alexander Haddow. R.S. 141 (see also B.8.9., C.1.4., E.1.9.) 1951 1950-53 B.38.5. ‘Localisation energies (initial method)’. Ms. notes. Diagrams for paper on Zethrene. R.S. 143 Box B.38 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.38 continued 120 B.38.6. 'Diamagnetic anisotropy’. 1953 Ms. draft 'Diamagnetic anistropy of aromatics’, May 1953. Probably notes for lectures. B2o0s/ « ' Jahn-Teller effect bond order argument’. 1953 Ms. draft 'Bond order work on benzene’ with note of 'Further work'. B.38.8. 'Free-electron treatment for metals’. 1953-58 Numerous sets of ms. notes, many re graphite, for lectures delivered 1953-58. Editorial correspondence with Physical Society re referee's report on CAC's paper 'Note on the applicability of the free-electron network model to metals’. R.S. 148 B.38.9. '‘Bond-anti-bond orbitals in graphite’. Ms. notes. B.38.10. 'Non-additivity of interatomic forces’. 1954 1954 Notes by CAC on paper by John Dawler and related correspondence with J.O. Hirschfelder who sent CACthe paper. B.38.11. 'T, Fermi relation for vs? = const.'. 1954 Ms. notes, diagrams. Correspondence with R. Daudel, May-September 1954. Ms. draft by CAC of note for C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris (Daudel translated it for the journal). Rese 157 B.38.12. 'Quinoline, Isoquinoline, Acridine’. 1954 Ms. notes, including some on 'Mulliken's "electron density probe" (1954). Correspondence with A. Albert, May 1949, September-October 1954. Box B.38 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.38 continued 12] B.38.13. ‘Methyl affinity of aromatic hydrocarbons'. 1955 Ms. draft of paper, with notes for accompanying diagrams. Various sets of ms.notes, not all by CAC. One set is titled 'Pyrene localisation energies’. R.S. 166 B.38.14. 'The free-electron network model for metals'. 1954-55 25 pp. ms. notes on ' § function metals' with 3 pp. ‘Alternative proof of fundamental formulas’. R.S. 173 B.o0.15. 'Thomas-Fermi'. 1952-54 Ms. notes 'Teller-Péschl formula, etc.', with later set 'a more careful analysis to repeat pp. 5a-e of previous screed, but leading to no easily managed equation. Atoms, at best, must have a finite radius’. Folder includes set of typescript notes in which CAC describes the method of approach to the problem (probably prepared for a student). Folder also includes paper by N.H. March 'An improved approximate analytic solution of the Thomas- Fermi equation for atoms' (sce also B. 38.17.) Res, 178 B.38.16. ‘Possible f-covalency in uranium’. 1949-56 Folder of drafts and correspondence with G.R. Lester re their collaborative work. Numerous sets of ms. notes by CAC commenting on Lester's drafts, with additional notes on the literature or on points for further investigation. Abstracts of papers presented at Ministry of Supply Conference on Transition Metals, November 1952. Correspondence with Lester, 1949-56, and note of Chemical Society meeting, December 1952, at which they presented a joint paper (title as above). R.S. 187 Box B.38 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.38 continued 122 B.38.17. 'Thomas-Fermi Book’. 1956-64 Heavily annotated and corrected typescript of proposed book on the Thomas-Fermi model, written in collaboration with N.H. March. neverpublished. The book was Drafts of: ChapterII Fundamental Equations ChapterIII Atoms and lons Chapter IV Molecules Chapter V Metals Chapter V1 Astrophysical and Geophysical Applications Chapter VII Fundamental basis of method and extension of theory Chapter VIII Nuclei B.38.18. ‘Statistical theory of atoms and molecules’. Set of ms. notes for course of lectures on the subject. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.39 B.39.1. 123 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 20 folders ‘A comparison of the various representations of ethylene’. 1955-59 Ms. notes, typescript draft. Correspondence with C. Moser and F. Birss. B.S7.25 "Hydrogen bond ideas’. 1956-72 Numerous sets of notes and data assembled by CAC over the years. Many are paginated, few are dated. Typescript 'The hydrogen bond', based on a lecture before the Basler Chemische Gesellschaft, February 1963. Correspondence re lecture by CACto the British Gelatine and Glue Research Association, 1956. Correspondence with W.N. Lipscomb, January 1957, re neutron diffraction work and on hydrogen bonding. R.S. 197, 230, 231, 294 B.39.3; 'N2O4 and related molecules’. 1957-58 Ms. notes, drafts, extensive correspondence with collaborator J. Duchesne. R.S. 212 B.39.4. ‘Chemical valency’. 1957-58 Ms. draft of article for Winkler-Prins Encyclopaedia. Correspondence with editor. N.B. This article is not listed in the Royal Society B.39.5. ‘Fundamentals of conjugation - benzene’. 1958 Ms. notes and draft, typescript of lecture delivered to Chemical Society symposium in Bristol, and transcript of discussion following CAC's paper. R.S. 218 Bi. 076i 'The dependence of electronic energy levels upon deformation in aromatic hydrocarbons’. 1958 Ms. notes, typescript of lecture delivered at symposium in Hull. Related correspondence. R.S. 222 Box B.39 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.39 continued 124 B.39.7. ‘Two notes on the shape of the charge cloud near a hydrogen atom'. 1958-60 Typescript, editorial correspondence, referee's report. N.B. The paper was not published. B.39.8. ‘Benzene to graphite - the change in electronic energy levels’. 1958 Ms. notes and calculations. Ms. draft of lecture prepared for delivery at Carbon Conference in Buffalo, New York, June 1957 (CAC cancelled his visit because of ill-health). R.S. 226 (see also A.6.6.) B.39.9. 'Some theoretical considerations about vibrational band intensities’. 1958 Paper delivered at Conference on Molecular Spectros- copy, London, February 1958. Ms. notes, draft, correspondence. R.S. 227 B.39.10. 'Steric forces in halogen-substituted benzenes’ . 1958 Ms. draft. R.S. 245 Baars 115 ‘Thirty years of quantum chemistry’. Ms. notes, draft, correspondence. R.S. 247 B.39.12. ‘Effect of medium onspectra’. 1958 1958 Ms. notes, typescript of 'Theoretical considerations of the effects of the medium upon molecular energy spectra’, discussion meeting, December 1958, on 'The effect of environment upon molecular energy levels’. CAC's contribution to a Royal Society Correspondence with chairman (H.W. Thompson)re publication. R.S. 249 Box B.39 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.39 continued 125 B.39.13. ‘On the stability of substituted diphenylenes'. 1960 Typescript draft. Re Ss 252 B.39.14. "Edge carbon atoms'. 1959 Ms. notes, draft, typescript of CAC's contribution to conference on carbon, June 1959. R.S. 253 Bua? 15: ‘Lower bounds of energy - application to helium’. 1960 Ms. notes, correspondence. R.S. 261 B.39.16. Preparation of diagrams for 2nd edition of Valence. 1961 R.S. 134 (see also B.18.1.-B.18.4.) B.39.17. ‘Bond lengths in the cyclo-octatetraene dianion CgHg™'. 1960 Ms. notes, draft, typescript, related correspondence. R.S. 264 B.39.18. 'The electronic spectra of T-electron molecules’. 1960 Ms. notes, draft, typescript of CAC's contribution to meeting of Photoelectric Spectrometry Group, February 1960. R.S. 265 B.39.19. ‘Maximum overlap orbitals’, 1961 Ms. notes, related correspondence. R.S. 273 B.39.20. CAC's comments on papers by G. Klopman, D. Peters and R. Pauncz, with replies from the authors. (c) 1962 N.B. See note by R.B. Mallion on folder cover. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.40 B.40.1. B.40.2. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS AND LEC TURES ‘Crossing of potential energy curves'. Ms. notes, and offprint of ‘Internal conversion and the crossing of potential energy surfaces’. R.S. 284 'Eorces between non-banded atoms’. Ms. notes on miscellaneous papers and lectures by others as assembled by CAC. Typescript of paper by CAC with abovetitle. Roose?| 126 15 folders 1961 1962-63 B.40.3. ‘Carbon valence orbitals. S.C.F. calculations’. 1960-64 Ms. notes and draft. Correspondence with D. Mayers. Includes ms. and typescript drafts of 2 papers by CAC: 'd-orbitals in carbon’ and 'X-ray levels in sulphur’. B.40.4. 'Bond angles in nitrogen heterocyclic molecules’. 1963-65 Ms. notes and draft. R.S. 308, 333 B.40.5. ‘Lower bounds for Ho" '. 1962-64 Ms. notes, drafts. Correspondence with collaborator, B.P. Johnson. Rio. 315 B.40.6. "Introduction to the density matrix’. Ms. notes for lectures. B.40.7. "Vacancies in graphite’. 1964 1964 Ms. notes, draft of 'Calculations of the formation energy of vacancies in graphite crystals’. R.S: 322 Box B.40 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.40 continued 127 B.40.8. ‘Perturbation theory for atoms (I/é)'. 1962-65 Ms. notes, draft of 'A note on non-orthogonal Hartree-Fock functions.’ RS, 300, 331 Folder includes a typescript draft of an N.B. unpublished manuscript entitled ‘Perturbation theory and quantum-mechanical sum rules’. B.40.9. 'The Z-expansion of unrestricted Hartree-Fock atomic orbitals’. 1963-66 Ms. notes, draft, correspondence. Draft of ‘Note on the saddle-point character of Hartree-Fock wave functions’. R.S. 318, 340, 348 B.40.10. ‘Electron in dipole field’. 1966-67 Ms. notes. R.S. 347 B.40.11. ‘Graphite lecture’. 1967-70 Ms. notes for lectures delivered on two occasions at Imperial College, London. Correspondence re arrangements for delivery. B.40.12. ‘Sulphur’. 1965-68 Ms. notes, drafts (one entitled 'Inner-shell double ionization and chemical bonding, Part | Auger electrons’). Correspondence with F.A. Gianturco (collaborator), photographs. R.S. 368, 369 B.40.13. ‘Bond lengtlt changes on ionization’. 1967-68 Ms, notes, drafts. Correspondence with collaborator, Z. Luz. R.S.; 372 Box B.40 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.40 continued 128 B.40.14. 'Note on Kohl with Bonham's integrals’. 1967-68 Ms. notes, draft. Correspondence with R.A. Bonham and D. Kohl. R.S. 375 B.40.15. One folder of miscellaneous ms. notes by CAC on publications or lectures by others. (c) 1968 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 129 BOX B.41 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 15 folders B.41.1. ‘Group III-V compounds’. 1968-69 Ms. notes, some perhaps taken by CAC on lectures by others. R.S. 376 B.41.2. 'Keys-mathematical problem’. 1968 Notes, diagrams, correspondence. Drafts for paper published as 'How manydifferent keys?' R.S. 377 (see also B.10.8.) B.41.3. ' Jahn-Teller effect in vanadium tetrachloride’. 1968 Ms. draft by B.M. Deb. R.S. 385 B.41.4. 'Tricycloquinazoline'. 1969 Computer output, correspondence, typescript draft by J.P.M. Bailey sent to CAC for comment. R.S. 399 (see also B.20.7.) B.41.5. ‘Electronic structure of ‘triapentafulvalene’. 1965-69, 1975 Notes, ms. draft. Extensive correspondence with numerous collaborators and colleagues. Contents of the folder are listed on the cover, with note from M.D. Poole (1975) inside. N.B. This paper was never published. Notes on commutation and hypervirial-type of relations. 1970 Includes copy of letter to J.G. Taylor, October 1970. Lecture notes on simple linear geometry and related topic in projective geometry. (c) 1970 B.41.6. B.41.7. Box B.41 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.41 continued 130 B.41.8. ‘Charge distribution around a terminal atom’. 1968-69 Ms. draft of lecture at Harwell, 1968. Ms. draft of ‘Molecular objectives in elastic neutron scattering’. R.S. 391 B.41.9. ‘Chemical bonds and complex wave functions'. 1969 Ms. notes. Correspondence with collaborator, R.J. White. R.S. 396 B.41. 10. ‘Recent developments in valence theory’. 1969-70 Ms. draft and galley proofs of lecture delivered at Symposium on 'Fifty Years of Valence Theory' held in Australia, 1969. R.S. 401 (see also A.10.5.) B.41. 'Ring current calculations on decacyclene and related molecules’. 1969-70 Ms. notes, correspondence. B.4l ol. ‘Variation in an operator’ and 'Gradients and curvature of a function in Hilbert space’. 1968-71 Ms. notes and drafts with suggestions for further work. B.41. 13. ‘Recent work on molecular structure calculations’. 1970 Ms. notes and draft of paper for publication, based on a lecture given at the Atomic and Molecular Physics Conference, Manchester, April 1969. R.S. 404 B.Al. 14. ‘Magnetic properties of molecules and interpre- tations of N.M.R. data’. 1970-71 Correspondence with R.B. Mallion. B.41. 155 ‘Further hypervirial ideas'. 1971 Ms. notes. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 13] BOX B.42 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 12 folders B.42.1. ‘Generalized uncertainty relations’. 1971-72 Ms. notes and draft, correspondence. B.42.2. "Notes on the two-particle density matrix in TT-electron theory’. 197] Ms. draft. R.S. 413 (see also C.12.9.) B.42.3. B.42.4. ‘Energy values of the occupied molecular orbitals in H9O9'. 1970-71 Ms, notes, correspondence. ‘Vacancy centres in the diamondlattice: a critique of current theoretical treatments’. 1972-73 Ms. and typescript drafts. R.S. 420 B.42.5. ‘Calculations of hyperpolarizabilities using Hartree-Fock techniques’. 1970-71 Ms. notes (not all in CAC's hand). Correspondence with R.P. Hurst. B.42.6. ‘Calculation of zero-field splitting molecular integrals’. 1971-77 Notes and drafts for paper submitted to Theoretica Chemica Acta. The paper reached page-proof but was withdrawn by CAC in February 1972 for further investigation; it was not re-submitted. After CAC's death Dr. Roger Mallion took advice of colleagues about publication of the paper and this correspondence is enclosed in the folder. B.42.7. 'The inverted pendulum’. Notes and correspondence re paper by M.B. Glauert. B.42.8. ‘Bond additivity and the Comptonprofile for molecules’. 1971-72 1973 Ms. draft. R.S. 425 Box B.42 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX B.42 continued 132 B.42.9. 'A theory of the broadening of the infrared absorbtion spectra of hydrogen-bonded species’. 1973 Notes, correspondence, page-proof. R.S. 441 B.42.10. 'An investigation of the short-range interactions between atoms and molecules using the Hellmann- Feynman theorem: |. Three-body forces in hydrogen and helium’. 1973-74 Ms. notes and draft by CAC, ms. draft by collaborator, D. Makin. N.B. This paper was never published. B.42.11. 'On the question of paramagnetic "Ring currents" in pyracylene and related molecules’. 1971-76 Posthumouspublication with R.B. Mallion. Photocopies of CAC's correspondence exchanged with R.B..Mallion and of Mallion's correspondence exchanged with colleagues after CAC's death. R.S. 446 * B.42.12. 'Ring magnetic susceptibilities in conjugated hydrocarbons’. 1971-76 Posthumous publication with J.A.N.F. Gomes and R.B. Mallion. Photocopies of CAC's correspondence exchanged with R.B. Mallion and of Mallion's correspondence exchanged with colleagues after CAC's death. R.S. 447 * Continuation of Royal Society Memoir numbering of bibliography to those papers described on p.134 as being in course of preparation. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 133 BOX B.43 HUCKEL THEORY FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTS One box of material assembled by Dr. R.B. Mallion and Dr. B.L. O'Leary in preparing a book based on the course of lectures delivered by CAC to Oxford undergraduates on the subject of 'HUckel theory of organic chemistry'. (See B.24.3 for CAC's manuscript notes and drafts of lectures for this course.) CAC gave the course in the academic years 1967-73; the book is based on a transcript of tape-recordings taken in Hilary Term, 1971. Publication is by Academic Press, London 1978 and the authors have contributed all royalties to the Coulson Memorial Fund (see A.19.7). The box includes: -- tape-recordings of the 8 lectures delivered by CAC in the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, Oxford, 21 January - 11 March 1971. -- -- transcripts of these lectures, prepared by Dr. O'Leary. one file of correspondence, 1974-78, re writing and publication of the book. list of correspondents is included with the file. = photocopyof early draft of preface and foreword to the book. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 134 SECTIONS C AND G CORRESPONDENCE 44 and 22 BOXES Contents of the correspondence The correspondence is exchanged between CAC andscientific colleagues in UK and abroad, his own research students, visiting scholars in Oxford or else- where, editors and publishers, scientific and academic administrators and members of the general public. The matters dealt with include: Programmes and subjects for research Problems, working notes and reports on research in progress Arrangements for conferences, meetings, visits Comments and revisions on drafts of papers for publication by CAC and coliaborators Editorial arrangements for publications Recommendations for awards, scholarships, academic appointments Administrative arrangemenis for university admissions, degrees, salaries Research grants, applications and awards. All the folders relating to CAC's research students or to visiting scholars from overseas also include arrangements for accommodation, finance, travel and personal matters, and attest the pains he took to ensure the well-being of new- comers for whom hefelt responsibility. Religious and persona! matters are also dealt with, in accordance with CAC's refusal to separate scientific from other activities. A short note has been made of material of particular interest or import- ance, and whenthe work refers to ascertainable specific publications the relevant numberof the Royal Society Bibliography is given, in the form R.S. .... continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 135 SECTIONS C AND G continued Presentation of the material C.1-C.22 and G.1- G.21. These are individual named folders as kept by CAC for his more frequent and extensive correspondence with scientific colleagues: see note on the content above. Al the folders are dated, and all correspondents appear in the general index. C.23 - C.38. These are CAC's 'miscellaneous files' of his shorter corres~ pondencein which more than one correspondent is included in a folder. The content covers personal and religious as well as scientific matters, no segregation being made: see note on p.154. All correspondents appear in the general index. C.39 -C.44. These are brief exchangesof letters, both scientific and personal, and are not indexed: see note on pp. 173 - 174. Many of CAC's copiesofhis letters, in all sections of the correspondence, are written or typed by himself on the back of incoming letters, invitations, drafts, course notes and the like. Although many of these are of considerable interest in themselves, it has not been possible to make a note of such cases, or to index the individuals or organisations concerned. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.1 CORRESPONDENCE C. Tals ALLEN, Leland Cullen R.S. 394 ASTON, John (Jack) G. ATKINS, Peter W. BADGER, Geoffrey Malcolm R.S. 14] BALDOCK, Gordon R. R.S. 102 BAUGHAN, E. Christopher BERRONDO, Manuel BLINDER, Seymour Michael BLOOR, John E. BLYHOLDER, George R.S. 349, 366 BOOTH, F. BOWEN, Edmund John BRACKMAN, Wim BRADLEY, Christopher John 136 18 folders 1958-70 1954-73 1966-74 1948-55, 1964 1948-54 1941, 1948, 1963-68 1969-73 1961-72 1956-69 1964-70 1948-50 1943-55, 1968 1952-54 1959-67, 1973 1961-73 1955-63 1948-65 BORN, Max with anote by Mrs. Coulson that CAC especially asked that this folder should be preserved 1941, 1949, 1955 1957-58 9 9 9 9 - 4 a A -1.13. A 1.14. A ~le15. A + by Tis BURTON, Ronald E. O Q BURNELLE, LovisA. R.S. 196, 226 T. BASTIANSEN, Otto C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.2 CORRESPONDENCE Cigsls Cc C.2.95 j Cc CANNON, Peter CARBONELL-VILA, Juan Luis CHERRY, (Edward) Colin CHESTER, Geoffrey V. CHIRGWIN, Brian H. R.Ss 97 CLARKE, Donald D. R.S. 380 CLAR, Eric COLEMAN, A. John BOX C.3 CORRESPONDENCE ne a Gudeds C.3.3. C.3.4. C335; COPPENS,Philip R.S. 358 COSTA NETO, Claudio COHAN, Norah Violetta R.S. 189, 336, 337 CRAWFORD, Victor Arthur R.S. 84, 144 CURL, Robert Floyd R.S. 326 137 8 folders 1964-65 1955-56 1948-50 1950-54 1947-57, 1966 1966-67 1948-70 1965-73 5 folders 1966-74 1964-68 1954-74 1946-66 1963-67 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 138 BOX C.4 CORRESPONDENCE 11 folders C.4.1. DAILEY, Benjamin Peter 1956, 1962-65, 1970 DANIELSSON, Ulf R.S. 154, 155 C.4.3. DAVIES, Brynmor L. DAVIES, Peter L. R.S. 127, 133 DEMPSTER, Michael A. H. C.4.6. DECIUS, John (Jack) Courtenay DINGLE, Thomas W. R.S. 362 DITCHBURN, Robert William DODSON, Charles Leon C.4.10. DUNCAN, Albert B. F. C.4.11. DUNITZ, Jack David 1949-57 1965-66 1947-63 1966 1954-60 1964-67 1950-54 1971-73 1953-71 1949-7] C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.5 CORRESPONDENCE C.5.1. sou By C.5.3; C.5.4. Laos Cuw.6. A A O o N i A N O EILERS, James Edward EISENBERG, David R.S. 336, 337, 300 ELTON, Lewis Richard Benjamin EMERSON, Donald R.S. 434 ENDERBY, John Alfred EPSTEIN, Saul Theodore R.S. 396 CORRESPONDENCE FERNANDEZ-ALONSO,José Ignacio FISCHER-HJALMARS, Inga R.S. 87 FISHER, Michael Ellis FLURRY, Robert L. FLURRY, Robert L. FORSLIND, Erik (see also C.4.2.) O O v N FOSTER-JAKOB, R. FUKUI, Kenichi FYFE, William Sefton R.S. 50 139 6 folders 1972-73 1960-68 1950-57 1970-73 1948-55 1969-73 9 folders 1951-72 1948-66 1951-54 1967-69 1969-70 1949, 1953 1957-69 1953-54 1951-55 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.7 CORRESPONDENCE CaF ali C7 2's GAINES, A. F. GEE, Geoffrey Coal ios GERGELY, John C.7.4. Gal ads C.7 6. el sf Gol ate GLAESER, Robert Martin R.S. 323 GLOCKLER, George Ree a were GOLEBIEWSKI, Alojzy R.S. 256, 257, 273, 278 GOODWIN, Thomas H. R.S. 280, 283, 295, 307, 309 GRAY, Louis Harold (Hal) includes note on mss. of Douglas Lea, and draft of CAC's memorial tribute to Gray published in British J. Radiol. 1965. Not listed in R.S. Memoir. (see also D.2.7.) C795 GREEN, Albert Edward C.7.10. GREEN, Michael 140 10 folders 195] 1945-65 1948-50 1962-68 1953, 1955, 1963 1959-72 1952-69 1947-65 1949-68 1960-64 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.8 CORRESPONDENCE Goths hy GREENWOOD, H._ R.S. 68 H.. (Tim) GRIFFITH, John S. includes correspondence and material gathered by CAC in preparation of obituary of Griffith for Nature, 1972. (see also E.7.7.) Not listed in R.S. Memoir. GRIMISON, Alec R.S. 293 GRUBB, Anthea GUSEINOV, I. I. 141 13 folders 1948-72 1952-56, 1965, 1972 1966-72 1961-65 1969-72 HADDOW, Alexander includes correspondence re Rutherford's interest in biology 1948-50, 1970 HALPERN, Vivian Morris HAMILTON, Walter C. HAMMERSLEY, John M. R.S._ 262 HANDLEY, Barbara HAO, Vo-The HARTREE, Douglas Rayner HAWGOOD,John 1961-65 1953-73 1953-65 1949-50 1959 1949-56 1952-62 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 142 BOX C.9 CORRESPONDENCE . Ce9i li C92. C.9.3 HERRAEZ, Miguel Angel R.S. 186, 339 HEY, Donald Holroyde R.S. 166 HIBBERT, Alan - R.S. 348, 352, 382, 390 C.9.4, HIGASI, Ken-iti C.9.5. HIGGS, Peter W. C.9.6. HIRSCHFELDER, Joseph O. R.S. 2, 8, 127, 133, 151, 267, 277, 288 6 folders 1955-64 1950-60 1964-69 1953-68 1950-65 1935-74 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 143 BOX C.10 CORRESPONDENCE 16 folders Cc. 10. Is C «10s Zs Cc 10. 3. Cc. 10. 4. Cc + 1s a Cc 1G. Cc - 10.7. GC 10. HOCHMAN, Petr HOLT, Anthony R. HORNIG, Donald F. HORVATH, John I. HOWLETT, Jack HUDSON, Robin L. HUNTER, Geoffrey HURLEY, Andrew C. R.S. 288 A O 10.9. A 10. 10. HUTCHINSON, Douglas A. INGOLD, Christopher Kelk A 10. 11. IRIBARNE, Julio V. o O «10, 10. 13. « 10. 14. » 10. 15, i 10. 16. JACOBS, Juliane R.S. 88, 91, 105, 106 (see also in general index) JAMIESON, John B. R.S. 198 JEACOCKE, John E. JOHNSTONE, Derek F. JORTNER, Joshua R.S. 274 1964 1961-67, 1973 1951-68 1957-65 1963, 1969 1963-65 1964-65 1953-66 1960-67 1940-66 195] 1950-56 1954-57 1959-64 1952-56 1961-64, 1973 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 144 BOX C.11 CORRESPONDENCE 11 folders Ca Tla ls Ge That's ee Th de C.11.4. Ce Tae C11 6 Ga llats C. 11.8: C.11.9% C. 11.10, Cull alts KARPLUS, Martin R.S. 11, 197 KASHA, Michael KITZ, N. LAFORGUE, Alexandre L. V. LAIDLAW, William G. LEFEBRE, Roland LOEBL, Ernest Moshe LONSDALE, Kathleen LOOYENGA, Hans R.S. 308, 333, 371 LOWDIN, Per-Olov R.S. 52, 97, 105, 106, 108, 340, 351 (includes photograph) LUZ, Zeev R.S. 350, 372 1953-73 1959-73 1953 1949-59 1963-70 1951-2, 1961 1962-72 1949-60 1958-72 1949-73 1965-68 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 ye 145 BOX C.12 CORRESPONDENCE 20 folders N.B. The contents of this box are not in alphabetical order. MACDONALD, David Keith Chalmers 1953-54 MACIAS, Antonio 1962-63, 1968 A «12; 1. A clas his A «12. 3. O A 12.4. O Q «12, 2 MACGILLIVRAY, Archibald Dean MACKEY, G. W. McGOWAN, John C. R.S. 54 O «lee 6. MACKAY, Donald M. el2s7 «12. 8. O «12.9, MAGAT, Michel (see also A. 13.18.) MANN, David E. MACLAGAN, Robert G. R.S. 413 A. R. A wl 2. 10. McMURRY, Henry Lewis A ~ 12, MANGINI, Angelo A wi. 12. MARQUARDT, Lutz A wis 13. MATSEN, Frederick Alfred O Q «12. 14. O 12. 15. elke 16. MAYERS, David F. R.S. 318 MEHLER, J. R. MOFFITT, William E. the later correspondence deals with the various obituaries, appreciations and memorial volumes which appeared after Moffitt's death in 1958 R.S. 56, 57, 66, 79, 85 (see also C. 18.4. correspondence with J. Wilson) A IZ. 17. MILNER, Eric C. A elie 18. MORDAUNT, G. Robert A 12. 19, MULLER, Norbert O N O -l2s 20. MURRELL, John N. 197] 1965-67 1948-49 1950-61 1948-49 1948-49 1968-73 1956-70 1950-70 1968-70 1950-63 1964-71 1958-59 1945-60 1949-51 1964-66 1952-59 1966-72 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.13 CORRESPONDENCE Ca13.1s NAGAKURA, Saburo C.13.2. NEBBIA, Giorgio C.13.3. C.13.4. NEILSON, Alasdair Hewitt R.S. 271, 297 NEWTON, Marshall D. R.S. 37] C.13.5. OLEARI, Luigi C.. 18.6. OLIFF, Raymond Walter C.13.7. ORGEL, Leslie Eleazer R.S. 17] 146 7 folders 1951-74 1948-52 1958-68 1965-72 1959-68 1965-72 1951=57 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.14 CORRESPONDENCE C.14.1. PARKER, Kenneth C; 1432, PALMER, Arthur C.14.3. PAULING, Peter C.14.4. PILAR, Frank L. C.14.5. PIMENTEL, George C. C.14.6. PINCHERLE, Leo C.14.7. PITTS, Eric C.14.8. POLANSKY, Oskar E. C.14.9. POTTS, Alexander Desmond C.14.10. PRICE, William C. R.S. 286, 341 147 11 folders 1950-54 1950 1950 1962-63 1954-58 1948 -56 1948-52 1957-69 1965-72 1946-72 C.14.11. PRYCE, Maurice Henry Lecorney 1947-56 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 148 BOX C.15 CORRESPONDENCE 12 folders wl BL RANDIC, Milan C. 15.23 RICHARDS, W. Graham C. 15:3. RIDEAL, Eric Keightley C.15.4. RILEY, Harry Lister R.S. 70, 71 C,15.5: RISSER, William Leigh C.15.6. RITER, John R. C.15.7. RIVAIL, Jean-Louis C.15.8. ROBB, Michael A. 1960-74 1972 1951-54 1942-48 1963-68 1970-71 1965-73 1969-71 C.15.7. ROBERTS, John D. 1952-54, 1961 C.15.10. ROBERTSON, Gerald N. van der C.15.11. ROBERTSON, Gerald N. R.S. 441, 444 van der CelS. 12s ROBERTS, P. John 1964-68 1969-74 1965-71 C.A. Coulson 60/4/78 149 BOX C.16 CORRESPONDENCE 12 folders «165-12 ROBERTSON, Harry H. C.16.2. ROBERTSON, John Monteath R.S. 58, 112 C.16.3. ROBINSON, H.R. C.16.4. ROBINSON, Peter David R.S. 216 C.16.5. ROE, Edna M. OF. C.16.6. C.16.7. ROGERS, Max A. R.S. 268 T. ROLLETT, John Sydney R.S. 438, 439 C.16.8. ROSENBAUM,Robert A. C1659. ROSS, D. K. C.16.10. ROSSINI, Frederick D. C.16. 11. ROUVRAY, Dennis H. C.16.12. RUTHERFORD, Daniel E. 1947-56 1944-64 1949-50 1956-74 1947-53 1958-64 1955-73 1958-66 197] 195 1-54 1970-73 1939-67 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.17 CORRESPONDENCE Ge l7e le C.17.2: A Wad A 17.4. A « bP xe SALEM, Lionel R.S. 30, 278 SCHAAD, Lawrence Joseph R.S. 226, 266 SCHMID, EE. D. SCHMIDT, Gerhard M. J. SCHNEPP, Otto A «17s6. SCHOONMAKER, Richard C. A 17.7. SCHWARTZ, Maurice E. O N O oI7sBs SENENT, Salvador R.S. 168, 169, 186 (see also C.18.1.) BOX C. 18 CORRESPONDENCE C.18.1. C, 182s C.18.3. C.18.4. C.18.5. C.18.6. C.18.7. Cc. 18.8. Cie. SENENT, Salvador Re S. 3a? (see also C.17.8.) SEWELL, Geoffrey L. SHERRY, Peter Burum R.S. 193 SKANCKE, Per Njal R.S. 281 SKINNER, H. R.S. 78 A. SLATER, John C. R.S. 108, 189 SLATER, Noel B. SMITH, Darwin Waldron SOLYMAR, L. 150 8 folders 1960-73 1955-73 1964-65 1952-53 1958-61 1965-73 1964-73 1951-64 9 folders 1962-73 1948-72 1954-58 1959-66 1948-51 1952-62, 1973 1943-62 1958-68 1966-68 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.19 CORRESPONDENCE C.19.1. STAMPER, John Geoffrey R.S. 304 1%. Zs a 19. 3. 19.4. «ts 5. «IPs 19.7. «1758, pivots a Ls 10. STEPHEN, Michael John R.S. 190, 194 STRACHAN, Charles STRAUSS, Herbert L. R.S. 286 STREITWIESER, Andrew R.S. 327 STYLE, D. W. G. SUTHERLAND, Gordon B. R.S. 183 B. M. TAYLOR, Aajge TAYLOR, Atu Mensa TAYLOR, Robert A. R.S. 124, 126 sv, 11. THOMPSON, Harold Warris (Tommy) O a 12. A 21. A 19. A o IY A 19. O Q ale THORSON, Walter R. (see also G.21.9.) TOMITA, Kazuhisa TROTTER, James TUDOR- JONES, Goronwy TURNER, Almon George TURNER, G. A. 151 folders 1959-63 1954-67 1949-68 1960-74 1956-59 1949-66 1948-56 1949-65 1962-70 1948-59 1959-64 1966-67 1952-72 1960-72 1964-67 1970-72 1949 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.20 CORRESPONDENCE C.20.1. VACIAGO,Alessandro R.S. 424 C.20.2. WAGNER, Edward Lewis C.20. 3. WALSH, Arthur Donald C.20.4. WASSERMANN, Arthur C.20.5: WAUGH, W. A. O'N. C.20.6, WEBSTER, Brian C. C.20,75 WEINHOLD,Frank Albert C.20. 8, WEISS, Joseph J. R.S. 61, 105, 143, 171, 179 C,20.9. WEISS, Joseph J. C.20.10. WESTWOOD, Judith 152 10 folders 1959-73 1959-62 1940-68 195] 1952-56 1961-73 1967-72 1948-67 1955-59 1958-70 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.2]1 CORRESPONDENCE WHITE, Ronald Joseph R.S. 396 (see also C.17.2. correspondence with R.G. Parr) WIEBENGA, E. _H. 153 8 folders 1966-73 1953-68 1963-71 Cele la Ci2lods C.21.8. C.21.4. C.21.5. WILLE, Franz R.S. 134, 343 WILLE, Franz R.S. 325 WILLE, Franz R.S. 343 correspondence and working papers 1966-67 correspondence and working papers 1964-65 C.21.6. WILSON, E. Bright Collal « Co21585 WISWESSER, William J. WOLLENBERG,Lionel S. BOX C.22 CORRESPONDENCE C.22. F. C.22.2. Cotes du C.22.4. WULFMAN, Carl Eugene R.S. 346 WYLLIE, George YOSHIZUMI, Hiroyuki ZALEWSKI, Kacper R.S. 284 1949, 1952, 1958, 1966 1948-52 1964-73 4 folders 1964-72 1946-54 1953-70 1960-70 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 154 BOXES C.23- C.38. SHORTER SCIENTIFIC AND PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE These boxes contain scientific and personal correspondence, presented alphabetically. individuals being grouped together in one numbered folder; the namesof all The exchangesofletters are in most cases relatively brief, several correspondents appear in the general index. or of particular scientific or personal interest, it has beendated and marked with Whenthe material is more extensive, an asterisk in the list below. CONTENT OF THE CORRESPONDENCE The scientific correspondence is similar to that in C.1 - C.22 and Section G. It includes requests to work in CAC's departments, requests for meetings, talks, articles, discussions on research in progress or papers for publication, comments The numerous exchanges on papersor theories submitted for evaluation, etc. with scientists working abroad show CAC's care for workers struggling to pursue research in developing countries or in difficult surroundings. Many ofthe letters refer to research or publications by CAC, butit has not been practicable, in the case of these shorter exchanges, to provide refer- ences to the Royal Society Memoir as was done with the more extensive corres- pondence in C.1 - C.22and Section G, or to supply cross-references to con- ferences or lectures listed in other sections of the collection. The personal correspondence includesletters from scientists, publishers, organisations, etc. and also many members of the general public who read CAC's books or heard his broadcasts or sermons, and who wrote to him for personal guidance. Many schoolmasters, parents, or young people also asked for advice in the choice of careers and subjects of study, information aboutcolleges, universities, curricula, etc. CAC handled these requests with great care, and manyof his replies on the religious life, the efficacy of prayer, and general principles of conduct have considerable intrinsic value as well as attesting the exceptionally wide influence CAC's work had on schools, institutions and individuals. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 155 BOX C.23 8 folders SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE Ga 29. |e ABRAHAMS, Sidney C. ACOBYAN, Raymond H. ADAMS, A. ADAMS, JamesA. ADAMS, Walter H. ADDISON, C.C. AHRENS, L.H. AITKEN, A.C. AKAIDA, Seiji ©AKAMATU, H. C.23.2. *ALBERT, Adrien 1949-56 ALDRIDGE, W. ALLINGER, Norman L. ALLMAND, A.J. ALLSOPP, Cecil B. AMAKO, Yoshito AMOS, A. Terence ANANTAKRISHNAN, S.V. ANDERSON, William |ANDRADE, E.N. da Costa C.23.3. AQUILAR, Mariano ARAKI, Gentaro ARENTS, John *ARIYAMA, Kanetaka 1954 ARONSZAJN, N. ATIYAH, Michael Francis *AUGOOD, Derek R. 1950-55 AVERY, James E. AYLETT, Bernard J. C.23.4. *BADER, R.F.W. 1968-72 *BACON, George E. 1958-65 BAGUS, Paul S. *BAKER, Wilson 1942-64 *BAK, Bérge 1947-64 *BAKER, J.W. 1947-51 C.23.5,. *BALABAN, A.T. 1959, 1968 BALDWIN, M.T.M. BALLHAUSEN, C. J. *BANYARD, Kenneth E. 1963-73 BARKER, William F. *BARNETT, Leonard P. 1969 *BARROW, Richard F. 1949-63 BARROWMAN, Thomas J. *BARTELL, L. S. 1963-69 BARTLETT, M.S. C.23.6. BASSOMPIERRE (CAC's earbon only) *BATEMAN, Arthur B. 1956-65 BATEMAN, J.B. BATTERSBY, Alan Rushton BAUER, P.T. BAUR, Werner H. BAXTER, Arthur H.Y. BAXTER, lan F.G. BAYLISS, Noel S$. BAZLEY, Norman W. Box C.23 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.23 continued 156 C.23.7. BEAGLEY, B. BECK, Dieter BELL, F. *BELLAMY, L.J. 1958-63 BENESCH, Robert BENFEY, E. Theodore W.A. BENJAMIN INC. and others 1962-63 re proposed collected volume of papers of Sir John Lennard-Jones C.23.8. BENNET-CLARK, T.A. BENT, Henry A. BERG, T.G. Owe BERG, W.F. BERLIN, Theodore H. BERSOHN, R. (CAC's carbon only) BERNSTEIN, H.J. BERTHIER, G. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 io BOX C.24 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 7 folders C.24.1. BHATNAGAR, Jagdish N. BIJL, Dirk *BLACKMAN, Moses 1955 BILLIG, E. BHATTACHARYA, G.C. BIRTWISTLE, D. BISHOP, E.O. BLAUNSTEIN, Robert P. BLISS, Kathleen BLOOMER, Thomas BLUM,L. C.24.2. BOLLAND, J.L. BOSANQUET, C.B. BOCKRIS, John O'M. BORGEN, Peder BOSWORTH, R.C. *BOURNE-AYRTON,A.T. 1957 BOVEY, René *BOWMAN, Roger 1967 *BOYLAND,E. 1947-50 BOUMAN, T.D. (CAC's carbononly) *BOLTON, H.C. 1951-60 BOSE, A.M. BOWMAKER, Graham *BOYD, Donald B. 1969-72 BOYLE, Hugh *BOYS, S. Frank 1953-72 C.24.3. BRADBURN, Mary BRADFIELD, G. BRAGG,Sir (William) Lawrence BRANDAS, Erkki *BRAUDE, E.A. 1949-55 BREMNER, J.G. BRENNER, Robert O. BREWER, Richard G. BRESCIA, Frank *BRIGHT, Father Laurence 1954 BRISTOL, George, Bishop of BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION BRITTON, F.R. C.24.4. BROWN, David A. BROWN, Michael G. BROWNE, P.F. *BROWNING, Hedley C. 1955 BRUNDLE, C.R. BRYAN, Monk BRYANT, W.M.D. BRYCE-SMITH, D. BUCKINGHAM,A. David BUCKINGHAM, Richard A. C.24.5. BUENKER, Robert J. BULLEN, A.G. BU'LOCK, J.D. BUNN, C.W. BURAWOY, A. BURHOP, Eric H.S. BUTLER, Philip H. *BUTTERFIELD, Herbert 1951 *BYERS BROWN, William 1951, 1966-71 *BYKOV, G.V. 1960-74 C.24.6. CABRERA, Nicolas CADE, J.A. CADE, Paul E. *CALVERT, lan 1960 CALVET, Raoul CAMPBELL, Neil CARERI, Giorgio CARRA, S. C.24.7 CASTELL, Lutz CATCHESIDE, D.G. CAUCHOIS, Y. CAUTE, David CAVA, M.P. CAVALLI, Luigi CAYREL, R. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 158 BOX C.25 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 6 folders C.25.1. *CHAKRAVARTY, Ardhendu S. 1967-69 CHAKRAVARTY, N.K. *CHALKLIN, F.C. 1949 *CHANDRASEKHAR, S. 1944-47 CHAPMAN, N.B. CHAPMAN, Sydney (CAC's recollections of Chapman for 80th birthday volume) C.25.2.- CHARNEY, Elliot *CHERRY, E. Colin 1948-53 *CHONG,Delano P. 1966-69 G.255 3. CHOUDHURY, M.H. CHRISTOFFERSEN, Ralph E. (CAC's carbons only) CHRISTOPHERSON, Derman G. CISEK, J. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION CLAASSEN, Howard H. *CLARK, C.H. Douglas 1939 CLARK, Robert E.D. CLARKE, Donald D. CLARK, Dave T. C.25.4, CLAXTON, Thomas H. (CAC's carbon only) *CLEMENTI, Enrico 1961-71 CLEWS, C.J. Birkett Ci25,5 COADE, T.F. *COCHRAN, William 1948, 1953, 1958 COLEGROVE, R.K. COMPTON, Arthur H. CONDON, E.O. (CAC's carbon only) *CONNICK, Rev. W. 1957 CONWAY, B.E. COOLIDGE, Albert Sprague COON, Jesse B. COOPER, J.R.A. COOPER, Malcolm J. CORRADINI, Paolo C.25.6. COTLAR, Mischa COTTRELL, Thomas COUTTS, Frederick *CRAWFORD, Bryce L. 1948-56 CROMBIE, Alistair C CROSS, B.C. CROUCH, E.G.H. CRUICKSHANK,Arthur J.O. CUNDY, H. Martyn CURTIS, Lionel CUSACHS, L. (CAC's carbononly) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 159 BOX C.26 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 8 folders C.26.1. DAHL, J.P. DAINTON, Frederick S. DALE, J. DALGARNO, Alec DALLINGA, G. (CAC's carbon only) DARDARIAN, Gabriel DARLINGTON, T.W. *DARLINGTON, H.S. 1969 DAUBEN, Hyp J. DAWSON,B. DAWSON, Peter DAY, Colin’ DEAN, P.G. C.262. DE BOER, J.H. DEJAK, Camillo DEL RE, Giuseppe DELVES, L.M. DENMAN, Harry *DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL CO-OPERATION 1962 DESLATTES, R.D. C.26.3. DE WET, Jack S. DIAMOND,Richard M. DICKEY, O.B.R. *DIENES, G. Jay 1953, 1961, 1966 C.26.4, DODD, R.E. DOMNITZ, Myer DOUGLAS, H.W. DOERING,William von E. DOMB, Cyril *DONNAY, Gabrielle 1971-73 *DOUTZARIS, Panos 1954-56 DOW,Alistair D'OR, L. C 262d. DUBS, Homer H. DUKE, A.J. DUNCAN, James F. DUNHILL, Rosemary DUNLOP, Colin DUNNING, N.J. DURANT, N.J. C.26.6. EADES, M. EARL, J.C. *EDELSTEIN, L.A. 1957-63 EDWARDS, Allen E. EDWARDS, S. Michael EHRENREICH, Henry EKEHORN, Gosta ELEY, Dan D. ELIEZER, Isaac ELLISON, Frank O. CulOud s *ELLIS, Edith M. 1954-59 and similar activities) (on pacifism, world fellowship C.26.8. EMELEUS, K.G. EMMET, Dorothy EUROPEAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY (CAC's carbon only) *EVANS, Griffith 1955-60 EVANS, Meredith Gwynne EVANS, Monroe V. EXLEY, Kenneth D. EYRING, Henry C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 160 BOX C.27 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 8 folders C.27.1. FAIRBAIRN, J. Kingsley *FAJANS, Kasimir 1948, 1960-65 FARNELL, G.C. FARNSWORTH, H.E. FELDMAN, T. FELDMAN, William R. FELL, Honor Bridget *FELLGETT, Frank E. 1957 FERGUSON, John FERNANDO,B.E. FERRE, Nels F.S. *FERREIRA, Ricardo 1961-68 FIELD, Stanley J.J. Ci 27 ads FIGGIS, Patrick FILMER, W.E. FIMPLE, William R. FINCH, G.I. (CAC's carbon only) FINE, N. FINNEY, D.J. FISCHER, E. FISHER, Hellen E. FISK, J.B. *FOOT NASH, David (Committee on Ministers and the Teaching Profession) 1961 FORD, W.P.J. FOSTER, David 8. *FOSTER, Michael Beresford 1955, 1962-64 FOX, Kenneth C.27.3. FREEMAN, Richard M. FREUNDLICH, E. Finlay FRANK, Harry S$. FRIEDEL, J. FROESE, Charlotte FRIEDEL, Robert A. _FRIPIAT, J.J. FUMI, Fausto G. FURTH, R.H. C.27.4. GABRIEL, J.R. GAGE, George GARNER, W.E. (includes note by CAC on Lennard-Jones's contribution to work on molecular structure) GENT, W.L.G. GERJUOY, Edward GERO, Alexander *GERRISH, F. 1969 GIBB, ThomasR.P. GILBERT, Thomas L. GILES, CharlesH. GILL, E.W. GILLESPIE, R.J. GILLESPIE, Ronald J. *GILLESPY, Ewen 1965 C.27 5. GIRIFALCO, L.A. GOLD, Victor GOLDEN, Sidney GOODEVE, Charles C.27.6: GOODMAN, Colin H.L. GORDON, M. GOODWIN, E.T. GORDASE, G.S. GORDY, Walter GOROFF, Iza GOUARNE, René GOUTERMAN, Martin C.27.7. GRANACHER, Iris GRANT, lan P. GRAVELEY, F.H. GREEN, Louis C. GREENE, Frederick D. GREGORY, C.C.L. GREGORY, N.L. GREIG, James GRENE, Marjorie C.27.8. *GRIFFITHS, H.B. (CAC's carbon only) 1966 GROENEWOLD, H.J. GROVES, George E. GRUBB, A.C. GRUNFELD, Ana Veronica *GUGGENHEIM, EdwardArmand 1948, 1958 GUY, H.A. GUY, J. *GWILLIAM, F.H. 1963 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 161 BOX C.28 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 9 folders C.28.1. HADDOW, Alexander HAFNER, Klaus HADZI, D. HAFELINGER, Gunter HAINES, D.R. HALEVI, E.A. HALL, E.J. C.28.2. HALLA, Franz HAMEKA, H.F. HAMILTON,S. HAMMICK, D.LI. *HAN, Duk Su (CAC's carbon only) 1969 HANSON, John W. HARDING (CAC's carbon only) HARRIS, Frank E. HART, R.W. HARTLEY, Harold HAVINGA, E. HAWKEY, David C.28. 3. HEATON COOPER, Ophelia HECHT, Charles E. HEDGES, Sid G. *THOMAS HEDLEY & CO. LTD. 1960-61 HEILBRONNER, E. *HEINE, Volker 1962-63, 1967-68 HEISENBERG, Werner (CAC's carbon only) C.28.4. HELSDEN, R.M. HENDERSON, J. HERBSTEIN, Frank HERRING, Joyce *HERZBERG, Gerhard 1940-73 HEWSON, Leslie A. C.28.5. *HIGHAM, Thomas F. 1954 HILL, F.R. HILL, G.F.S. HILLIER, Douglas V. HILLIER, lan H. HILLMAN, John HINDLE, Alan =HINSHELWOOD, Cyril Norman *HIRSHFELD, Fred 1954, 1963, 1973 HISATSUNE, |. Clarence C.28.6. HODGKIN, Dorothy Crowfoot (CAC's carbon only) HODGSON, Herbert H. HOFFMANN, Roald HOLLAND, W. Philip 1970-71 HOLLOWAY, John H. HOLSIEN, Erling HOLSINGER, E.C.T. HOLT, D.B. C.28.7. HOLT, Michael HOPPE, Rudolf HOWELL, K.M. HUCKEL, Erich HORIE, T. HOWLETT, Jack HUETT, Basil *HOWE, E. 1957 HOWE, Gunter HUANG,R.S. Box C.28 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.28 Continued 162 C.28.8. HUGHES, H.A. HUGHES, J.W.B. *HUGHES, A.L. 1938-43 HUME, George C. HURST, Robert P. HUNTER, Robert F. HUNTLEY, H.E. C.28.9. HUTCHEON, J.M. HYLLERAAS, Egil A. HUZINAGA,Sigeru HYDE, Anthony J. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 163 BOX C.29 7 folders SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE C.27.1, *IBALL, John 1953-58, 1969 IDYLL, C.P. I'HAYA, J.Y. *ING, Thomas Alfred 1958 INOKUTI, Mitio a INUI, T. INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION C.29.3. JACOBS, P.W.M. JAMES, Hubert M. JANSEN, L. JACKS, M.L. JAMES, loan JAFFE, Hans H. JANKOWSKI, K. JAHN, H.J. JAPAN SOCIETY OF MATHEMATICAL EDUCATION C..29 4. JAPOLSKY, N.S. JATKAR, S.K. Kulkarni JEFFERY, G.A. * JEHLE, Herbert 1950-57. JENNINGS, Keith R. JENNINGS, Reginald JENNINGS, W.W. Roy * JOHNSON, Keith H. 1972-74 JOHNSON, W.A. CaZ7 ae JOHNSTONE, Derek F. JOLIOT-CURIE, Frédéric JONES, R. Norman *J@RGENSEN, Christian KlixbuUll 1961-69 JOY, Hubert W. JUCYS, Adolphas Prano JUDD, Brian R. JULG, André Ci29 Bi. *KAPP, Reginald O. 1951-52 KARDOS, Gilbert *KASHA, Michael 1948-59 KASTELYN, P.W. KASTLER, Daniel KATRIEL, Jacob KAUFMAN, Joyce J. KEDRO, Martin KELLY, A. KELLY, Brian T. C29 id *KENDALL, David G. 1946-73 KERN, C.W. KETELAAR, J.A.A. KHUBCHANDANI, P.G. KICINSKI, F.P. KILPATRICK, John E. KIRKPATRICK, Harry A. KIRKPATRICK, Paul KITCHENER, J.A. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 164 BOX C.30 7 folders SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE C.30.1. KLEINMAN, Leonard KLEVENS, H.B. *KLUG, Aaron 1948-49 KLYNE, W. (CAC's carbon only) KNOTT, C.W. KOBAYASHI, Takeshi KOLOS, Wtodzimierz KOOSE, Werner O.B. C.30.2. C.30.3. KOOYMAN, E.C. KRISHNAN, R.S. KRAUSS, Morris KRIVOHLAVY, Jaro KREBS, Hans KRUGLYAK, Y.A. KUMLER, W.D. KRYNAUW, G.N. *KUHN, Hans 1949-56 KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY C.30.4. *LABARRE, Jean-Frangois 1965-73 LACK, David Lambert LADD, R.A. (CAC's carbon only) LAMBERT, R.N. LANCZOS, Cornelius LAPWOOD, Ralph LANDSBERG, Peter T. LANG, Andrew R. LAYZER, David LEDERBERG, Joshua C.30.5. LEHRER-ILAMED, Yehiel LEMAN, G.A. LEMBERG,R. LEVY, Maurice (CAC's carbon only) LEWIS, David T. *LEWIS, Greville P. 1953 LEWIS, J.C. C.30.6. C.30.7. LIDE, DavidR. Ll, W.K. LINDHOLM, Einar LITTLEWOOD, D.E. *LOFTHOUSE, W.F. 1958-59 LONG,Derek A. LINDBERG, Bernt —LINDERBERG, Jan LINDSAY, Donald LIPPERT, Ernst LITTLEWOOD, John E. LONDON, Fritz (CAC's carbons only) . LORQUET, J.C. *LUDLOW,Peter 1960 LUMBROSO, H. LOWRY, H.V. LUCK, Werner LUFT, Norbert W. LUKES,T. LUTTKE, Wolfgang LUNIAK, Bruno LYNCH, Brian M. LYNESS, R.C. =LYNDEN-BELL, Ruth M., and Donald C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 165 BOX C.31 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 8 folders C.31.1. MA, James MA, S.T. McCLURE, Donald S. McCUBBIN, W.L. McDOWELL, Charles A. McGEE, GeorgeI. *McINTOSH, Harold V. 1958-72 MACKAY, Donald M. C.dl.2. McKERRELL, Archie McLACHLAN, Andrew D. McLAREN, Bruce McLEOD, J. Bryce MACMILLAN, Noel G. *McNAMEE, J.M. 1961 McOMIE, John F.W. McWILLIAMS, D. C.31.3. *MAGEE, John L. 1971-72 MAGOR, Glanville T. MAHANTY, J. MAJID ULLAH, Shamshad MAJORY, T.G. MALLONE, Ronald S. (The Fellowship Party) MANDELBROTE, Benoit B. C.31.4. MANN, C. Donald MANNING, P.P. MARKEY, P. MANN, W.R. MANWELL, A. Raymond MANNEBACK,C. MARGENAU,Henry MARQUARD, C.D. MARSDEN,Arthur C.3h.d. *MARTENSSON, Olle 1970-71 MARTIN, D. *MARTIN, R.H. 1954, 1960, 1968 |MARXHEIMER, René B. *MASIH, Jacob 1961-64 MASLEN, Edward N. C.31.6. MASON, Edward A. MASON, Fred MASON, John *MASON, Ronald 1955-70 MASSE, J.L. MASSE-BARLOCHER, Maria MASSEY, Harrie M. MATHER, Salya Haran C.31.7. MATHEW, N.T. MATSEN, F.A. MATSUBARA, Takeo *MATSUMOTO, Takeo 1957, 1966 MAXWELL, I. Robert MAXWELL, Winifred Ch, MAY, F.V. MAYERS, David F. MEARS, Adrian MEATH, W.J. (CAC's carbon only) MEIR, J.A. MENDELSOHN, Lawrence B. ©MENDOZA, E. MERER, Anthony J. MERTZ, Joseph H. METZGER, Jacques C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 166 BOX C.32 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 9 folders C8215 MIDTDAL, John MILLEDGE, H. Judith MILLER, Harold MILLER, J.C.P.. MINTON, Laurie MIRRLEES, James A. MITCHELL, E. William J. MOELWYN-HUGHES, E.A. MONROE, Elizabeth MOODY, GordonE. MORICONI, Emil J. C.32.2. MORRIS, Denis MULLER, A.M. Klaus MURRELL, John N. *MROZOWSKI, S. 1950-61 MULLIGAN, Joseph F. MUCKLOW,E.E. MUNSON,R. John C.32.3. MURTY, J.S. *MUSHER, Jeremy |. 1961-72 C.30,4. C.32.5. NABARRO, Frank R. NAIR, P. Madhavan NASH,T. NAGAHARA, Sigeru NAKAJIMA, Takeshi NAGAMIYA,T. NARASIMHAN, P.T. *NEEDHAM, Kenneth 1959 NEUBERGER, Albert NEWMAN,F.T. NELSON, K. LeRoi NESBET, Robert K. C0206. NIRA, Kazuo NIKITINE, Ss. NISHIKAWA, Tetsuji NISHIWAKI, Jane and Yasushi *NOLLER, Carl R. 1950-52 NORMAN,Richard O.C. NOWACKI, W. NUKASAWA, Ka NYBERG, Stanley C. C.92.7« OBI, Chike O'BRIEN, Mary *OGAWA, Iwao 1953 OGSTON, A.G. OHKI, Kosuke C.32.8. ONSAGER, L. (CAC's carbons only) ORR (CAC's carbon only) OOSTERHOFF, L.J. OSBORN, Byrle Jacob OSBORN, Mary OSBORN, S.B. OSBORNE, Denis Gordon CaZa?s OSTER, Gerald OWEN, Alan J. OWEN, D. OWEN, John C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 167 BOX C.33. SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 8 folders C.33.1. PADDOCK, Norman L. PAHARI, S. *PAILIN, David A. 1969 PALMER, Michael H. PALMER, W.G. PANETH, F.A. PAOLONI, Leonello C.33.2. C.33.3. PARKER, Keith PATEL, JashbaiC. *PAUL, Burton 1967 PARROTT, J.E. PARRY, R.W. PARSON,A.L. PATTERSON, Donald *PATTON,A. Rae 1959-60 PEACOCKE, Arthur R. *PAUNCZ, Ruben 1953-73 *PEARCE, John 1970 PEIERLS, Rudolf Ernst (CAC's carbon only) PELZER,H. PEARSON, W.B. PEAT, F. David *PEKERIS, C.L. 1968-69 C.33.4. PERKINS, Peter G. PHILLIPS, Eric PHILLIPS, Glyn O. PHILLIPS, James C. PHILLIPS, S.E.L. C.33.5% PHILPOT, J.St.L. ©PHYTHIAN, J. Edward PICKERING, Judith PICKUP, Barry T. PINCHERLE, Leo PINNINGTON, John PIRIE, Antoinette PITT, G.J. PITT, Philip PITTS, James N. PITTWELL, Laurence R. PITZER, Kenneth S. C.33.6. PLATT, John R. POLLARD, William G. POTEAT, William H. PLUVINAGE, Philippe PONDY, P.R. *POLANYI, Michael 1950, 1952 PORTER, George POTIER, A. POWELL, J.L. C.33.7. PRATT, Claire PRESENT, Richard PRESTON, G.D. PREUSS, H. PRICE, A.J. PRICE, A.T. PRICE, Charles C. PRIMAS, H. (CAC's carbon only) PRINGLE, G.E. C.33.8. *PRITCHARD, Huw O. 1953-56, 1963, 1973 PROWLES, David PRUCKNER, Franziska PROUT,C. Keith PRUDEN, D.C. QUENOUILLE, M.H. QUINN, James C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 168 BOX C.34 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 7 folders G34 ei, RADCLIFFE, J. Max RAGG, JohnR.G. RAI, D.K. RAMAGE, G.R. RAMAMURTY, S. (CAC's carbons only) RAMSEY, lan C. 34.2. RANDALL, John Turton RANSIL, Bernard J. RAO, D.V.G.L. Narasimha RAO, K. Rangadhama RAO, N. Rajeswara Ce34c3: RAVEN, CharlesE. RAYNOR, J.B. READ, John REAM, William G.B. REDGRAVE, Vanessa REDLIH, Selma REID, C. REIMAN, A.L. REINER, John M. C. 34.4. REISS, Howard REMICK, A.E. RICHARDS, W. Graham RICHARDSON, L.F. RIDLEY, Richard O. C.34.5. RIGG, Martin RILEY, D.P. ROBERTS, Gwilym O. ROBERTSON, F.C. Ford ROBERTSON, John H. ROBINSON,David Z. ROBINSON,Preston, ROBINSON, Robert ROCHE, AnneLise C.34.6. RODDA, S. ROGOSWKI, Fritz *ROSE, T.A. 1958-60 ROLLETT, AP. =ROOTHAAN, Clemens C.J. ROSENBAUM,Robert C. BAT. ROSS, D.M. ROTHEN, Alexandre ROWLAND, P.R. RUDOLPH, H.D. RUEDENBERG, Klaus RUPP, E. Gordon RUSSELL, E. John RUSTON, W.R. *RYAN, Francis J. 1950-51 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX C.35 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 169 9 folders SADLER, D.H. C.35.1. SACK, Henri SAHNI, Roop Chand SADDINGTON, Denis SANDORFY, Camille SANE, K.V. SANNIGRAHI, A.B. SANTOS, Emilio SAPUNOV, Georgi lvanovitch C.35.24 SARGANT, Tom SARMA, C.R. SATURNO, Antony F. SAWYER, Warwick SCARF, Frank SCHAFFNER, Kenneth F. *SCHERR, Charles W. 1957-64 Creda. SCHIFF, B. SCHLAPP, Robert (Robin) SCHMID, E.D. SCHMID, Gerhard M. J. C.35.4. SCHNEPP, Otto SCHNURMANN, Robert SCHOENTAL, R. SCHOFIELD, R. Kenworthy SCHOMAKER, V. (CAC's carbons only) SCHRAUZER, G.N. SCHULTZ, G.V. SCOTT, D. Bernard SCOTT, W.T. (CAC's carbons only) SCRIBNER, John SCRIBNER, J.D. (CAC's carbon only) SEAMAN, C.R. SEDDON, K.R. SEKI, Sydzo C235. 5; SEKIYA, Paul M. SETTON, Ralph SEWELL, M.J. SEYMOUR, R.C. C.35.6. SHARMAN, R.V. SHAW, Ronald SHAYER, M. SHELTON, H.S. SHIDA, Shoji SHKLARSKY, E. SHOPPEE, C.W. G85.7's SHORIGIN, P. *SHUKLA, Awaneesh Chandra 1962-69 SHULL, Harrison SIDMAN, Jerome W. Gadde Ss SIM, A.C. SIMON, Francis SILVERMAN, Jeremiah N. SIMON, J. SIMPSON, William T. SIMONETTA, Massimo SIMPSON, J.C.E. SINANOGLU, O. SINGH, Lakhbir C.35.9. SISLER, Harry H. SKINNER, H.A. SKELL, Philip S. SKLAR, A.L. SLATER, Noel B. SMILJANSKI, Smiljana SMITH, Cedric A.B. SMITH, C.J. SMITH, E.A. SMITH, Frederick A. SMITH, Grant Gill *SMITH, John 1955 SMITH, J.W. SMITH, Kenneth *SMITH, Valerie 1961 SMOKER, Paul C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 170 BOX C.36 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 6 folders C.36: 1. SNEDDON, lan Naismith SOKOLOV, Jack SONDHEIMER, Franz SOUTHLANDS TRAINING COLLEGE SPARNAAY, M. J. SPEAKMAN, J.C. SPEISER, Rudolph SPENCER, M. C. 36.2. SPONER, H. STACHNIEWSKI, J.A. STAINIER, F.C. STAMPS, Jeffrey STANSFIELD, Roger G. STAPLETON, H.E. STEAD, Peter A. STEARE, C. STEIN, Gabriel C.36.3. STEPHEN, Richard O. STEPHENS, E.J. STEPHENS, J.F. STEVENSON, David P. STOECKLI, H.F. C.36.4. STONE, Antony P. STONEHAM, A.M. (CAC's carbon only) STONER, Edmund Clifton *STOPES-ROE, Harry V. 1968 STRACHAN, Charles STRATTON, Julius A. STRONG, Laurence (CAC's carbons only) C86. 5 SUCHET, Jacques P. SUNDERLIN, C.E. (CAC's carbon only) SUTCLIFFE, Brian SUTHERLAND, Gordon B.B.M. SWAINGER, KeithH. SYKES, Keith W. C.36.6. *SYMONS, Martyn C.R. 1966-70 SZASZ, George SZENT-GYORGYI, Albert SZIGETI, B. (CAC's carbon only) *SZWARC, Michael 1947-71 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 17] BOX C.37. SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 9 folders Ci 37.1 TABOURY, F.J. TAFT, Robert W. TAGG, Donovan TANIMOTO, I. *TARRANT, Gerald T.P. 1957, 1965-68 C.37.2. *TAYLOR,Rev. Alfred E. 1953 TAYLOR, John G. TAYLOR, A. *TAYLOR, Arnold 1969-70 TAYLOR, William J. *TER HAAR, Dirk 1951, 1958-60 THAKUR, S.N. TEMPERLEY, Hugh Neville V. TAYLOR, W.H. C68 28s THIRUNAMACHANDRAN, T, THOMAS,Iran L. *THOMAS, John M. 1964-73 THOMAS, N. THOMAS W.J. Orville THOMPSON,Harold Warris (Tommy) THOMSON, Colin THOMSON, Sydney C.37.4. THORPE, Edith *THORPE, W.H. 1956 THROWER,Peter A. THURAIRAJAN, P. THYAGARAJAN, B.S. TIBBS, Stanley R. *TILNEY, A.G. 1958-60 TODD, W.R. C.37.5. TOMBE, Stanislaus Awad TOWNSEND,Bill B. TRICKER, R.A.R. TRINAJSTIC, N. TOMPA, Hans TRELOAR,L.R.G. TORKINGTON, P. TRENDALL, E.R. Cd7 +6. TRURO SCHOOL TSUDA, Keishiri TUBIS, Arnold TULINSKY, Alexander TURNBULL, Herbert W. TURNER, David TWINING, R.H. =TWINN, Kenneth C.97.7. UBBELOHDE, A.R. (Paul) URI, N. UMEDA, Kwai *UNWIN, P.C. 1955-68 C.37.8. VAN ARTSDALEN, E.R. VAN DER NEUT, R.N. VAN HOVE, Léon VAN RHIJN, P.J. VAN -RYSSELBERGE, Pierre ' VARGHESE, V.C. C.379. VELLER, Alfred VENABLES, John A. VENKATESAN, K. VERHOOGEN, J. VERMEULEN, Leon A. VERNEY, Stephen E. VIDWANS, D.H. VIRDEN, Jonathan J. VLIEGENHART, J.A. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 172 BOX C.38 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE 9 folders C.38.1. WAACK, Richard WAHL, Arnold Christian WAKINSHAW, W.H. WALKER, Gavern T. WALKER, S. WALLACE, Philip R. WALTER, Robert |. WARHURST, E. WARREN, J.W. WASSERMAN, E. (CAC's carbon only) WATERS, W.A. C.38.2. WATKINS, George D. WATKINS, Margaret WEARING, H. WEAVER, Warren WEINSTEIN, Alexander WEISS, R.J. WELLINGTON, John H. WEPSTER, B.M. WERKHEISER, Anne H. WERTZ, John E. *WEST, Jennifer (Sister Mary Jennifer) 1968 GAMES: BS WHEATLEY, P.J. WHEELER, T.S.. WHELAND, G. William WHIFFEN, David H. WHITELEY, A.J. WHITTAKER, Edmund WILKES, Maurice V. WILLIAMS, Robert J.P. C.38.4. WILLIS, Roy F. WILSON, Alan H. WILSON, E. Bright WILSON, J. WILSON, Katharine M. WILSON, N. WINCKLER, W.G. WIRTZ, Karl WISE, M.E. WITKOWSKI, Andrzej C.38.5, WOHLFARTH, E.P. WOODRUFF, Harold A. WOODS, S. Derek WOODWARD, Ida *WOOLLEY, R. Guy 1972-74 C.38.6. WOOLNOUGH, Brian E. *WORMELL, R.L. 1957-72 WORRALL, A. Stanley WORSLEY, Beatrice H. C.08.7 5 WORT, Richard WRAY, James G. WREN-LEWIS, John WRIGHT, David WRIGHT, George F. WRIGHT, Hugh C.38.8. *WYBOURNE, Brian G. 1972-73 YAMAGUCHI, Tasuku YATES, E. Leighton *YEAXLEE, Basil A. 1955-64 C.38.9. YONEDA, Hayami ZAHRADNIK, R. ZENER, Clarence ZIMAN, John M. ZUBAY, Geoffrey ZUCKER, |..J.. ZUNGER, Alex C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 173 BOXES C.39.-C.40 MISCELLANEOUS SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE These folders are presented in alphabetical order, and are not indexed. They contain requests for information, permission to quote or reproduce material written or received by CAC; brief courtesy letters on receipt of or to accompany complimentary copies, preprints, etc.; requests to comment on or to forward mss. for publication; requests for information on appointments or career prospects; invitations to lecture or attend conferences, etc. Many notifications of appointments or changesin staffing of departments and laboratories in U.K. and overseas occur in these documents. C.39 9 folders 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. A B ¢ D E-F 8 folders I. oL C.40 6. 7. 8. 9. D B N o 4H I-J K R — i C c ' < C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 174 BOXES C.41.-C.42 MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE These folders are presented in alphabetical order, and are not indexed. They contain requests for guidance on careers, help with publication of tracts and other writings, financial assistance, support for religious or charitable groups and functions, pressure groups, overseas students, deserving causes; information and references in sermons, quotations and texts; thanksfor ideas or advice put forward by CAC in talks, broadcasts, etc. C.4] 7 folders C.42 1 A 2. B a 4. D-E 7 folders 1. L-M 2. N-O 3. P-Q 4. R 5. 6. Fe G H 7, t=J-K 5. & T 7. W-Y BOXES C.43, C.44 2 boxes of miscellaneous correspondence from eccentrics. Not indexed. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 175 SECTION D RELIGIOUS, HUMANITARIAN, PACIFIST WRITINGS 12 BOXES This section includes approximately 500 lectures, reviews, sermons and addresses, broadcasts and television talks and discussions, some fully prepared for publication, others in manuscript or note form. invitation lectures, or addresses given to formal religious gatherings, are re- corded in the Bibliography of the Royal Society Memoir, a great many moreeither were unpublished or appeared in small journals and newsletters with limited Though some of the major circulation. As one example, Box D.2 (‘Minor Works') alone contains 71 pub- lished items, only 5 of which are listed in the Memoir. contains 66 envelopes of sermons and addresses, many delivered on 10-15 occasions. Although none of these addresses are officially recorded, the mui@RoOs letters from members of congregations to whom CAC preached amply testify to the far-reaching influence of this one facet of his life. Similarly, Box D.6 Box D.9 contains 200 published book reviews, on both scientific and religious subjects. Mrs. Coulson very kindly undertook the task of compiling a list of these reviews; it has not been practicable to itemise them in this hand- list but the list is included in the box and will be a useful tool for scholars working on the collection. Manyofthe entries in this section note the existence of 'background material' which was assembled by CAC in the course of writing his lectures and articles. Boxes D.10 and D.11 consist entirely of this sort of material culled from a variety of sources (newspapers, journals, books, conversations, corres- pondence, lectures and broadcasts by others). See D.5.7- D.5.9, D.12.3 - D.12.6 and F.1.4. for similar material. Although the material in this section is closely linked to Section F (Religious, educational, humanitarian organisations), even a cursory glance at the titles listed overleaf (e.g. 'The way to God through science’, 'The influence of science on the Christian faith', etc.) will reveal CAC's fundamental belief in the unity of science and religion. Section B (Scientific working papers and writings) should also be consulted for several items in which CAC expands and elaborates this theme of unity. See especially B.5.1 - B.5.4, B.6.1 and B.27.5. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 176 BOX D.1 LECTURES, BROADCASTS, PUBLICATIONS 14 folders Dalst. Miscellaneous articles and talks, mainly on science and religion in the atomic age: 'The moral responsibility' "Prospect for the future’ "Prelude to the atomic age' ‘Christianity and the control of power' 4 pp. ms.. n.d. 4 pp. typescript 1957 2 pp. ms. n.d. 9 pp. typescript 1957 4 pp. ms. 1956 ‘Peaceful uses of atomic energy' 'Seience and the control of power' 4 pp. typescript n.d. DiliZe ‘Science and religion - a changing relationship’ 1954 The Rede Lecture - Cambridge University, May 1954 Manuscript and corrected typescript with extensive Folder includes background notes and correspondence. working notes for a similar earlier lecture given to the Bristol Theological Society on 'Relation of religion to science’ in 1953 on which CAC based his Rede Lecture. R.S. 164 (see also D.2.10. and D.3.6. for other lectures with the same title) Dy lst ‘Some problems of the atomic age’ 1957 The Second Scott Lidgett Memorial Lecture, sponsored by the Free Church Federal Council, Bristol, March 1957. Manuscript and corrected typescript, correspondence. Folder includes correspondence with the:editor of The Nation for whom CAC wrote an article ‘Moral responsibilities in the atomic age'; the article was never published. R.S. 209 (see also D.2.6.) Box D.1 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.1 continued 177 D.1.4. "Science and the idea of God' 1958 The 11th Arthur Stanley Eddington Lecture, Cambridge University, April 1958. Working notes, corrected typescript and corres- pondence. R.S. 217 "Nuclear knowledge and Christian responsibilities’ Background material, plan of lectures, manuscripts, and corrected typescripts for publication as: (1) a lecture to the World Methodist Church at Lake Junaluska, North Carolina, U.S.A. R.S. 192, 195 (see also A.6.9.) (2) a series of articles in the Methodist Recorder. (3) a book for the Epworth Press (see also E.13.3.) R.S. 214 (4) a shorter version in the London Quarterly and Holborn Review. D126. ‘Fundamental belief’ Transcript of discussion with H.C. Longuet- Higgins, broadcast on the BBC HomeService, June 1958. 1956 1957 1958 n.d. 1958 'The Church in the world' 1962 Peter Ainslie Memorial Lecture, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. Working papers and text. R.S. 289 (see also A.7.1.) Box D.1 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.1 continued 178 D166 'The family - a part of God's creative plan’ 1966 Lecture to the World Methodist Conference on Family Life, London. Working papers, correspondence, transcript of lecture. D.1.9. 'This war can be won' Address to OXFAM Conference at Sibford School. Manuscript and working papers. D.1.10. "Should | work or not?! Article published in the P.H.P. International Magazine, Japan. Manuscript, extensive manuscript notes on books read, correspondence, printed version. D.1.11. "Science and society' 1966 1973 1973 Notes for a plannedseries of lectures at Warwick University which had to be cancelled owing to ill-health. D.1.12. 'God and things' 1963 Manuscript of address to World Council of Churches, New York, and shorter version as published in Christian Education. Transcript of last sermon, with same title, 1973 preached at Wesley Church, Cambridge, October 1973. This Church was where CAC preached many ofhis early sermons as a graduate student and Fellow ofTrinity College 1931-36. D.1.13. Is there a science of man?' 1955, 1962 CAC's notes and draft, background material. D.1.14. 'The Scientist's Responsibility in Society’ 1970 The Heriot-Watt University Lecture. 26 pp. manuscript draft. R.S. 399 (see also D.12.10.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 179 BOX D.2 "MINOR WORKS' 10 folders The description 'Minor Works' was adopted for these writings by CAC himself. They consist of manu- scripts, typescripts or printed versions of short articles, sometimes with related correspondence and background material. Many are expositions of the relationship of science and religion. are listed in the Royal Society Memoir. Most are published, but very few 10 folders presented in chronological order with cross-references where necessary. D.2.1. 1951-52 ‘Science and religion in partnership’, in Life and Work, Church of Scotland magazine. "All or Nothing', review of J. Bronowski's book The CommonSense of Science, published in Religion in Education: typescript and printed version. 1951 1951 'God the Creator', in Church of England Youth Council 1951 Newsletter. R.S. 139 'Why maths?' in Gartree High School magazine Pythagorean: typescript. "How can Christian doctrines about miracles be true after all we learn from modern science?', in book Moral Problems: typescript. 1952 1952 ‘Continuous creation', paper read at meeting of the Victoria Institute, London, with related correspondence: typescript. 1952 ‘Note on Professor H.C. Longuet-Higgins', published in Nature on his appointment to the Chair of Theoretical Physics at King's College, London (Longuet-Higgins was CAC's successor at Kings). 1952 'A Christmas Sermon', published in The Scouter. 1952 Box D.2 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.2 continued D.2.2. 1953-55 180 Notes on Professor Sydney Chapman, FRS (on his retirement from the Sedleian Chair of Natural Philosophy at Oxford) and on Professor George Temple (on his election to the Sedleian Chair) as published in Nature. Includes later correspondence, 1964. ‘Science andReligion', published in View-Review. 'The Gospel in a scientific age’, address at School of Adult Education and Evangelism, Penarth. 1953 1953 1953 'How old is the universe?', published in World Digest. 1953 ‘Science and Religion', published in The Daystar. ‘Christianity and the scientist', published in Cherwell. "Building a New World', address to Methodist Conference, published in Reconciliation. ‘Oxford's first Chancellor', published in Oxford Mail: typescript. Di253. 1956-58 ‘Ban Big Scale Atomic Bomb Tests?': typescript and version as published in Together. ‘Science is not enough’, for Sunday Times: typescript, correspondence. 'You and the H-bomb', in Rally. ‘Born for this hour', in Methodist Church magazine Cannock Chase and in Tadworth magazine: typescript and published versions. 'Facts - some of the data', in Anglican monthly Prism. 'Life or death?', for peace magazine Reconciliation: ms., Correspondence. R.S. 237 Box D.2. continued 1954 1954 1954 1955 1956 1956 1957 1958 1958 1958 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.2 continued D.2.4. 1959 'A word from a scientist', in Methodist Church magazine, Cornwall. "Science and faith', in The Layman. 'A Ciénciae a fé, in Portugal Evangelico. 'Greetings from the Vice-President', short note pub- lished in Over to You. 'Science and/or Christianity', published in The Leader: ms. ‘Chemistry on a calculating machine', in Hull Uni- versity Chemical Society Journal: correspondence, typescript. D235: 1960 'Are we outgrowing religion?', in The Christian Replies.. 'God's whole world', in Methodist Church (Exeter Circuit) Quarterly Bulletin. 'Prospect for the future’, in Methodist Recorder: typescript. 'New Year message’, in Joyful News. ‘Science - is it a friend or foe?', in Methodist News: typescript and published version. ‘Christmas in a scientific world', in Leicester Mayflower Messenger: correspondence, ms., published version. ‘But Charles Darwin did not deny a Creator’, in Salvation Army magazine Vanguard. "Optimist or pessimist?', in Irish Advocate: typescript, published version. Box D.2 continued 18] 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 195? 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.2 continued D.2.6. 1961-62 182 ‘Oslo and Delhi - why?', in Laymen Write to Laymen: typescript. ‘Some Problems of the Atomic Age', in The London Churchman and Review: typescript, published version. R.S. 246 (see also D.1.3. for an earlier version) ‘Moral responsibilities in a scientific age’, in Livingstonian: typescript, published version. 'Science tells us - how much?', in London: National Society, Society for the Promotion of Christian Know- ledge: typescript. R.S. 263 'The work of the layman', in The Old Palace. 'The university as a promised land', sermon at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Oxford, as a dedication of the academic year, published in Light and Salt Periodical. 1961 196] 1961 1961 1962 1962 ‘The Earth is the Lord's', in Christian Education. 1962 D.2.7. 1963-65 ‘A communion meditation', printed copy of sermon preached at Duke University, U.S.A., with letter from the Chaplain who called it 'The finest meditation | have ever heard’. (see also A.8.4., papers re CAC's visit to Duke) "Is God dead?', in Science Review. ‘Awareness of God through science’: ms. ‘Cybernetics - what is it?', in Methodist Recorder Science Supplement: typescript. (see also F.4.6.) 'Dr. L.H. Gray - the Cambridge period', tribute to Gray published in British J. of Radiol. (see also C.7.8.) 1963 1964 1963 1963 1965 Box D.2 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.2 continued D.2.8. 1966-67 183 'The rim of Hell', chapter in The Challenge, Australian Council of Churches: typescript. 'A scientist's view of the "Honest to God" debate’, in Impetus. R.S. 335 (see also D.6.14.) 'The Public Schools Commission’, Kingswood School Magazine: typescript. 'Science and creation', ms. of talk recorded on a gramophone set, issued by the Church of Scotland Youth Department. 'Both timid and generous', comment on the Vatican I] Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity, in Bulletin of the Department on the Laity, World Council of Churches. 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966 'Nineteen Eighty- three to Five', address at Association of Head Mistresses' Conference. 1966 (see also A.9.1.) 'Science and scripture’, in Special Bulletin of Ceylon Bible Society: ms., typescript, published version. 1967 ‘Luther and science’, in Methodist Recorder: typescript. 1967 'Sir John Cockcroft F.R.S.', obituary published in Methodist Recorder: typescript. 'Science and the supernatural’, sermon preached at Great St. Mary's University Church, Cambridge: correspondence, duplicated typescript. D.2.9. 1968-69 'Moral teaching without religious belief', published as 'Human Nature and Moral Rule', in New Christian: ms., typescript, correspondence, published version. 'Old and new in the twentieth century', in Outlook Westminster Central Hall magazine: ms., typescript, published version. D.2.9. continued 1967 1967 1968 1968 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.2 continued D.2.9. continued 'Mission for the month - Uppsala 1968', in The Norman Arch. 'Man using', for a service at Redfield Methodist Church, Bristol: ms., typescript, correspondence. 'Change', the Inaugural Lecture delivered at Luton Industrial College, 28 September 1968: autograph manuscript. R.S. 378 (see also F.4.3.) 'Science and pacifism', address given to Methodist Peace Fellowship, Oxford: ms., typescript. (see also F.4.5.) 'Giving and receiving', for Sheffield University magazine Target: typescript. D.2.10. 1970-73 'Science and faith - a changing relationship’ and ‘Technology and the Christian faith', duplicated typescript of two lectures delivered at Canterbury. 'The welcome’, in P.H.P. Interiational Magazine, Japan: ms. and correspondence. 'The role of science in developing countries’, in Zenith: typescript. Notes upon a book being given to the Revd. Dr. Eric Baker to mark his retirement; typescript. as the leaves Y 'Live easily P.H.P. International Magazine, Japan: correspondence, ms. and published version. grow on the tree’, in g ‘Mathematics and biology', Introductory Remarks at Conference on Dynamics of Biological Problems: page proof. 184 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1970 197] 1971 171 1972 1973 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.3 SERMONS, LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS U3. 1. 'The way to God through science’. Sermon broadcast from Wesley Memorial Church, Oxford, 7 February 1954, and later published in The Listener, The National Message and by the Layman Publishing Co. Drafts of sermon, arrangements for broadcast and publication, ensuing extensive correspondence with members of the public. As always,CAC replied to their various doubts and queries with patience and kindliness. the BBC overseas service in 1952: a copy of that broadcast is included in the folder. This sermon was based on a talk given on R.S. 149 D.3.2. ‘Conflict, coexistence and cooperation', ms. and typescript. 'Miracles and visions': ms. and typescript for CAC's contribution to book edited by R. Selby Wright Asking them Questions (published 1972). R.S. 415 185 10 folders 1954 1952 n.d. 1969 'Must the scientific ethic be based on religion?': manuscript. 1950 D.3.3. ‘Moral responsibility in the atomic age’: manuscript. 1956 'Science and religion': typescript. 'Some notes on worship in the twentieth century', talk to Conference Committee on Worship, May 1960: typescript. 'Science and religion - teamwork or tug-of-war', article published in the Methodist Recorder: typescript. Review of The Firmament of Time by Loren Eisely (2 versions, one for a BBC broadcast): ms., typescript. n.d. 1960 1961 1961 Box D.3 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.3 continued D.3.4. Miscellaneous shorter talks and prayers (all are type- script): n.d. "Praying hands' 'St. Christopher' ‘Work - Bach' 'Christ of the every-road' 'Christ and Easter' D.3.5. ‘Science, religion and education’, talk given at Young Schoolmistresses Conference, 2 versions, plus questions and answers following lecture. January 1955: 1956 R.S. 181 'Science and religion', evening discourse for the British Association, September 1954: draft, printed version, with CAC's letter to Dr. Archie Clow out- lining his plan for the talk. 1954 (see also E.1.2.) 'Science and religion', expanded version of talk given to the British Association, 1954. 1954 R.S. 158 D.3.6. 'The age of the universe’: typescript of 2 versions. 1958 R.S. 219, 235 "Scientific humanism', address delivered at Oxford Ecumenical Methodist Conference, September: type- script. 1951 (see also D.3.9.) 'The natural sciences': typescript of article published in An Approach to Christian Education. 1956 R.S. 182 Untitled talk on science in relation to the wider cultural outlook: typescript. ‘Science and religion - a changing relationship’, Commemoration Address, Handsworth College, Birmingham: typescript and printed version. 1952 (see also D.1.2.) Box D.3 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.3 continued 187 Da dss ‘Science without God': ms., typescript. 'Casehistory in Hall', in The Preacher's Quarterly: typescript. R.S. 184 'Social science and other science’, in Methodist Recorder: typescript. D.3.8. Review of The Scientific Adventure by Herbert Dingle, published in The Modern Free Churchman: typescript, published version. Introduction to a lecture by D.M. Mackay on 'From Mechanism to Mind': typescript. ‘Atomic energy: the moral issue’, paper read at conference convenedbyInstitute of Biology and Atomic Scientists' Association: typescript. R.S. 130 'The star of Bethlehem': typescript. 'Can science do everything?', draft for contribution to series 'New Thinking onold problems', in News Chronicle. 'The bearing of the natural sciences on the nature of man': ms. (see also D.6. 54.) D.3.9. 'Prolegomenafor series on sanctity’ (probably for a broadcast): duplicated typescript. 'The Christian religion and contemporary science’: typescript. R.S. 100 'The place of science as a cohesive force in modern society': typescript, corrected proof. R.S. .104 1952 n.d. 1952 n.d. 1950 1950 195] 'The new cosmology', published in The Frontier. n.d. D.3.9. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.3 continued 188 DiudeF continued ‘Some reflections on the significance of the new cosmology': lecture to Conference of Educational Associations: offprint. published report on this lecture. ‘Cosmology and Christianity’: 1950 R.S. 107 ‘Some aspects of scientific humanism', paper read at Southlands Conference: typescript, printed version. (see also D.3.6.) 1951 'Education': ms. notes for talk at the Methodist Conference, Sheffield. 'Science and religion', Friday Evening Discourse, Royal Institution, 24 February 1967: ms. notes and transcript of lecture. 1951 1967 R.S. 355 D.3.10. Misc. ms. notes by CAC for short talks, sermons, addresses, discussion contributions. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.4 INVITATION LECTURES D.4.1.-D.4.2. "Science and the Christian’. Series of 3 lectures delivered at Manchester 189 11 folders 1955-57 University under the auspices of the Student Christian Movement in the autumn of 1956: 'Science and Creation', ‘Science and an Industrial Society’ and ‘Christian Hope in a Troubled World'. pondence suggests that the lectures were published but this is not recorded in the Bibliography of the Royal Society Memoir. and Creation’, is substantially the same as CAC's contribution to a collective book titled The Debate between Science and Religion (ed. J. Wren-Lewis). The first lecture, ‘Science The corres- D.4.1. D.4.2. Mss. typescripts, transcripts, background information. Correspondence re arrangements for delivery and publication of lectures. includes CAC's correspondence with N.F.S. Ferré re Science and Christian Belief. The folder N.B. same name in D.7.1. This series differs from the series of lectures of the D.4.3.-D.4.4. 'Christian Belief in the Modern World’. 1956 The Firth Lectures, University of Nottingham, October-November 1956. This was a series of 5 lectures based on the Riddell Lectures given in Newcastle in 1953 (see D.11.1). CAC re-wrote and greatly expandedthe original material. The Firth Lectures were to be published by the Student Christian Movement Press, but CAC never completed the ms. for publication. D.4.3. D.4.4. Background material and notes assembled for the lectures. Correspondence with University officials and SCM Press re arrangements for delivery and publication of lectures. includes CAC's correspondence with officers of numerous religious and scientific societies who invited him to speak during his stay at the University. Folder also 1956-64 Box D.4 covitinued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.4 continued 190 D.4.5.-D.4.9. 'The influence of science on the Christian faith’. 1962-67 The Sir D. Owen Evans Lectures, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, April 1966. This was a series of 3 lectures with the titles 'The world of things - creation', 'The world of history - evolution’ and 'The world of people - redemption’. The lectures were to have been published with the Fremantle Lectures (see below) but the ms. was never prepared for publication. D.4.5. Typescript (34 pp.) of lectures. D.4.6. Ms. draft of Lecture 1. material, including typescript of several earlier lectures by CAC on similar topics. Background D.4.7. Ms. drafts of Lectures I] and III. D.4.8. Folder of extensive bibliographic material assembled by CAC. D.4.9. Correspondence with the University re arrangements for delivery of lectures. Invitations to speak to numerous religious and scientific societies and to preach at the local Methodist Church. (see also A.20.2., tape of these lectures) D.4.10.-D.4.11. "Science andfaith’. 1968 The Fremantle Lectures, Balliol College, Oxford, February 1968. This was a series of 4 lectures which used sub- stantially the same material as the earlier lectures in Aberystwyth (D.4.6. and D.4.7. contain drafts labelled 'Fremantle'). lecture for the Oxford series which he titled 'The world of the future’. CAC added one additional D.4.10. Correspondence with the Master of Balliol in 1961 who asked CAC to suggest names of possible lecturers for the series and in 1965-68 re arrangements for CAC's own lectures. 1961-68 D.4.11. Ms. draft and extensive background material for Lecture IV. Box D.4 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.5 PACIFISM 191 9 folders D,5.1. "Science and Life - The Ultimate Responsibility’. 152 Broadcast by CAC, 1 January 1952, with later broadcast of discussion between CAC andProfessor K. Mather on the same subject, 15 January 1952. Typescripts and transcripts. D.5.2. 'The morality of atomic warfare’. 1954 Ms. and typescript of CAC's contribution to special issue of Atomic Scientists’ Journal. Editorial correspondence, some printed material on the subject. R.S. 162 D.5.3. ‘Living in an Atomic Age'. 1956 Ms. notes, supporting material and typescripts of lecture by CAC to Birmingham Teachers’ Annual Conference, April 1956. (One typescript is per- haps a transcript, while the otheris for publication.) R.S. 191 D.5.4. ‘Creation, the Expanding Universe and the Christian’. 1954 Lengthy (20 pp.) ms. of contribution to book on science and religion (probably never published). Related correspondence. D.5.5. Shorter talks, addresses, sermons, writings, on pacifism, social responsibility of science, etc.: 'The Magnitude of our Task’ ‘What does a Christian Pacifist Want to Do?', address at Kingsway Hall. 'Moral Responsibility of Science’ ‘Scientific Curiosity and Christian Belief' 'The Atomic Age' ‘Atomic Quest', introduction to book of the same title by A.H. Compton. (c) 1954 1954 1954 (c) 1955 (c) 1954 1956 ‘Christianity and an Atomic Age', various sets of notes for talks delivered on numerous occasions. Box D.5 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.5 continued 192 D510 'Contributionsof science to peace’. 1953 Alex Wood Memorial Lecture, London, 1953, sponsored by the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Working notes, background material, manuscript. Folder includes copies of Alex Wood Memorial Lectures, delivered in 1952 by Canon C.E. Raven and in 1954 by Kathleen Lonsdale. (see also F.1.3., folder of correspondence with and re Fellowship of Reconciliation and p.77 of the Memoir which quotes extracts from this lecture describing Wood's influence on CAC during his undergraduate days at Cambridge) R.S. 142 D.5.7.-D.5.7. 3 large folders of printed material (press-cuttings, articles from journals, brochures, pamphlets, etc.) assembled by CAC forhis writings on pacifism, social responsibility of science, humanitarian and educational causes. D.5.7. includes numerous sets of ms. and typescript notes by CAC with suchtitles as 'History and a way out for Europe’, ‘Conflict in Europe', 'Can America Keep out of the War?', 'My philosophy of peace', ‘Function of the League', ‘Spiritual basis of new peace movement’. were prepared by CAC for talks and addresses. delivered during his visit to the U.S.A. in 1937 to speak for the Emergency Peace Campaign. These (see also A.13.3.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 193 BOX D.6 SERMONS AND ADDRESSES 66 envelopes One box of 66 envelopes, each bearing title, dates and place of delivery; many with related correspondence and background material, and some containing more than one address. See also A.19.4. D.6.3. D.6.4. D.6.5. D.6.6. DwGe/ D.6.8. D.6.9. D.6.12. D.6.13. D.6.14. Dis6y 13 D.6.16. D.6.17. 'Mission notes’ ‘Problems of the atomic age’ 'The Bible - why bother about it?’ ‘Science as a religion’ 'Science and preaching’ ‘What do people think?! ‘Opening a new school’ 'Talk to parsons - this world and preaching’ ‘Influence of science on young people's minds' '‘Baden-Powell' "Ideality and reality' ‘Responsibility to God Untitled talk on science and religion ‘Scientist's view of Honest to God debate’ (see also D.2.8.) ‘Looking into the future’ 'Food to feed the world’ 'Do science and religion give different answers to the same questions?’ 'Scientists' responsibility in society’ ‘Non-violent revolution’ D.6.20. D.6.21. ‘Is science an art?! ‘Ils God dead?! Box D.6 continued 1962-64 1959-63 1957 1956 1956-57 1963 1963 n.d. 1957 1957 fied. 1955 n.d. 1964-69 1958-69 1969 1959-65 1969-70 1970 1955-72 1964, 1972 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.6 continued D.6.22. D.6.23. D.6.24. D.6.25. D.6.26. D.6.27. D.6.28. D..6.27) D.6.30. D.6.31. D.6532. D.6.33. D.6.34. D.6.35. D.6.36. D.6.37. D.6.38. D.6.39. D.6.40. D.6.41. D.6.42. D.6.43. D.6.44. D.6.45. D.6.46. 'Faith in a secular university’ '100 years of science-religion controversy' "Science and society’ ‘ls God a physicist ?' 'Is Christianity any good to a scientist? ' 'God and things' (see also D.1.12.) ‘What have Christians to give to the Third World?’ 'The idea of a university’ ‘Materialism and science’ 'Science and Christian living in the future’ 'Finding a centre of gravity’ ‘Wasted resources' 'Ils the universe running down?! ‘Salvation’ 'One religion is as good as another' 194 1972 1957 1968-70 1956-73 1971 1963-73 1973 1963 1964 1955-60 1961, 1964 1956, 1959 1960 1961 n.d. 'Anglican-Methodist conversations’ 1959, 1963 'Role of mathematics' 'Education in a technological age' 'Nature and purpose of liberal education’ ‘Christian education' 'Why morals?' 'Whatis the point of being a Christian?’ ‘Worship - why bother?' 'A scientist asks - answers’ 1961-65 n.d. 1956-58 1959-61 1961 1965 n.d. 1964, 1968 ‘Scientific responsibility (e.g. space research)’ 1969 Box D.6 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.6 continued 195 1958-66 1958-59 D.6.47. D.6.48. D.6.49. D. 6.50. OsGe0!s D.6.52,. D. 6053. D.6.54. D.6.55. D.6.56. Ds twO7 « D.6.58. D.6.59. D.6.60. D.6.61. D.6.62. D.6.63. D.6.64. D.6.65. D.6.66. ‘Physical and chemical basesof life! ‘John Smith - lay reader' 'Science, civilisation and religion’ (see alsoD.7.5.) 1963 ‘Man's control over the physical world! ‘Student activism and the Christian’ 'Then and now' "Education in a technocracy' 'The bearing of the natural sciences on the nature of man' (see also D.3.8.) 'A scientist looks at modern poetry' 'The church - inward or outward looking?' 'Why the church! and 'Church and frontier’ 'God - an unnecessary hypothesis’ ‘Christian politics’ ‘Science, technology and human values' 1967 1968 1967-68 1968 1950 1967 1967 1967 1959-60 1963 1961 ‘Universe revealed by physical science’ 1956-62 'The Christian in the modern world! ‘Seek good and not evil’ 1962 1966 'The windbloweth where it listeth' (and others) 1956-61 'The Christian in the world of growing knowledge' 1964 ‘Whatis a human being?' 1969-73 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.7 SCIENCE AND RELIGION Da? ols Typescript of four short talks or broadcasts to schools inter- on: Windscale; national problems. motorcars, market research; ‘Chance and necessity’, sermon preached at Great St. Mary's Church, Cambridge, May 1973: duplicated typescript. ‘Caught up in a world of revolution’, talk for World Council of Churches Assembly, Uppsala, and other material relating to W.C.C. 'Science and the Christian': series of 6 lectures with the titles 'The Conflict', 'Reasons for Conflict ', 'Faults on both sides', 'Is there a boundary between science and religion?', ‘The personal element in science’ and 'Synthesis - seeing big’. 196 9 folders n.d. 1973 1968 n.d. D.7.2. 'The British Association 1951. A Preview': typescript. 1951 'The place of science in the Christian faith': two printed copies of address by CAC to meeting of Research Scientists' Christian Fellowship during British Association meeting, 1951, with correspondence. 1951 R.S. 115 'Can a scientist be a Christian?': typescript and ms. notes. 'The H-bombtests and their possible effects', lecture in Newcastle, May: typescript. 'Christians and the hydrogen bomb': typescript of article for publication in a Japanese periodical. 'H-bombs and the Christian - No': typescript. ‘Christianity in an atomic age’: manuscript. 'A scientific autobiography by Max Planck', broad- cast by CAC based on the book: typescript. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. 1950 Box D.7 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.7 continued 197 Di7 ads Series of three lectures: typescripts. 1964 'What is science? 21 April 1964 'Can a scientist believe in God?' 22 April 1964 ‘Christian faith in an atomic age’ 23 April 1964 D.7.4. ‘Science and the idea of God': manuscript. 'The Modern World and the Gospel of Christ', 3 versions: (1) D.C., 1958, and published in God's Good News typescript of address delivered in Washington, - 1958 R.S. 220 (2) shorter version published in The Layman. 1vo7 R.S.. 237 (3) same as (2) published in The Adult Student. 1960 (see also A.6.2.) ‘Life in a test-tube: so what?': ms., typescript. 195? R.S. 238 ‘Scientific development and Christianity’: manuscript. 1957 R.S. 206 ‘Science and management', lecture to British Institute of Management Course, Wadham College, Oxford: ms., correspondence. 'Whither?', in Broadsheet: typescript. D.7.5. "Science and technology in the twentieth century’: typescript. 1956 n.d. (c) 1950 "Finding God in science': ms., typescript. 1959 R.5. 236 'A word from a scientist': typescript. ‘Civilization, science and religion': ms. notes. (see also D.6.49.) D.7.5. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.7 continued 198 Ds7 eds continued ‘Recent developments in science and their implica- tion to theology': ms., 2 typescripts (which are different versions), with related correspondence. 1958-59 R.S. 233 D736. Australian Broadcasting Commission. Correspondence with the A.B.C. re CAC's talks in the series 'Plain Christianity’ and resulting corres- pondencefrom the public. Scripts of ‘Christianity in an Age of Science’ (May 1964) and 'God's World' (June 1964). These were recorded during CAC's visit to Australia 1954-55 1964 Folder also includes ms. of CAC's talk 'A.D. 2000' (which he madethe basis of his May broadcast) and the scripts of 2 other talks in the 'Plain Christianity’ series by Professors F.H.T. Rhodes and L.C. Birch. (see also A.9.4.) ‘Mathematics is a language’ and 'Mathematics and beauty' in BBC Third Programme Series 'How Mathe- maticians Think': drafts, notes, background material and correspondence with members of the public. Copies of talks as published in The Listener and copies of talks by George Temple in the sameseries. 1949-50 D.7.7. D.7.8. 'I speak for myself’ in English Half Hour for the Far East, 18 December 1950: typescript, script. 'Freedom in science’ in BBC Third ProgrammeSeries, 21 December 1950: script, typescript. 'Science Review' in English Half Hour for the Far East, 3 January 1951: script. D.7.9. 'Science and religion’, BBC Home Service, 15 January 1951: transcript of discussion between CAC and Canon 1.T. Ramsey, with reference to issues raised by Fred Hoyle, John Rickman and J.Z. Young. Correspondence and notes for discussion. R.S. 117 (see also A.2.4.) 1950 1950 1951 1951 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 199 BOX D.8 BROADCASTS ON SCIENCE AND RELIGION 11 folders D.8.1. 'Miracles' in BBC Home Service for Schools, Religion and Philosophy Series, Summer and Autumn Terms, 1951 (2 different talks): typescripts, scripts, copy as pub- lished in sent by CACtoall listeners who wrote him after the broadcasts. ReligionandEducation, 1952. Copy of letter 1951 D.8.2. ‘Christianity in an age of science', North American Service, 22 February 1952: typescript. 1952 Reo. 135 D.8.3. D.8.4. D.8.5. ‘Science and the Christian faith': typescript of sermon which is very similar to 22 February talk. (see also D.8.7.) n.d. Script and notes for TV Epilogue, 25 October 1953 and ensuing correspondence from listeners with CAC's replies. 1953 Broadcast answersto listeners’ questions in BBC Series, 'The Faith in the West' and ensuing correspondence. Transcripts of 2 other 'Faith in the West' discussions in which CACparticipated, 2 February 1954 and 20 January 1955. 1954-55 ‘The scientific interpretation of the universe’ in BBC HomeService for Schools, Religion and PhilosophySeries, Spring Term 1954. 1954 Transcripts of CAC's three talks: 'The atom and the stars', 'Life' and 'The role of man’. Includes scripts of other talks in the series and the final discussion programme between CAC and Dr. F.A. Cockin, the Bishop of Bristol, on 'One universe’. Correspondence with producers and listeners. D.8.6. "Science and Christianity', 10 July 1955: typescript andscript. ‘Questions on the air': discussion, 3 August 1955: ms. script. "Marxist and Western account of molecular resonance’ in series ‘Frontiers of Knowledge’ BBC European Service, 7 February 1956: script. (see also A.11.1.) 1955 1955 1956 Box D.8 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.8 continued D.8.7. D.8.8. "Science and the Christian faith', sermon in the series 'Christians look at the news', 10 February 1957: transcript of service conducted by CAC, as broadcast from BBC Birmingham studios, script of sermon, corres- pondence with producers. 'What | believe’, transcript for London Calling Asia Series, 1 July 1956. Same title: transcript with annotation 'General distribution BBC January 1957'. 'Science and the good life': typescript of same talk as above. "Men talking’, Midland Home Service, 29 March 1957: script of discussion, ms. of CAC's contribution. "Chemistry by computation', script of discussion pro- gramme chaired by CAC, Third Programme, 14 August. D.8.9. ‘Problems of power', Midlands Home Service Series, 9 February 1958: transcript of discussion. 200 1957 1956 1957 1957 1957 1958 1958 1960 1960 1961 1963 1967 1961 ‘It's my belief', People's Service Series, 27 July 1958: script. 'Whose Responsibility?! in series 'Viewpoint', 23 March 1960: script and correspondence. ‘In my opinion’ in Woman's Hour, 19 December 1960: script. ‘Responsibility in science’ in BBC HomeService for Schools, 'The Christian Religion and its Philosophy’, 10 January 1961: script and typescript. ‘Science, society and religion’, in BBC Overseas European Service, Good Friday, 1963: script. 'Ten to Eight talk', 23 February 1967: transcript. ‘One world! discussion chaired by CAC in series ‘Meeting Point', 22 October 1961: lengthy corres- pondence,scripts, ideas for discussion, evaluation of the discussion. Folder of miscellaneous correspondence with the BBC re broadcasts by CAC, ideas for new programmes, sug- gested topics for discussion. 1948-69 Brief correspondence with Granada TV re CAC's con- tribution, 'Why atoms combine’ in Discovery series. 1964 D.8.10. D.8.11. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 201 BOX D.9 BOOK REVIEWS 200 items 1945-74 One box containing a collection of over 200 book reviews 1946-74. The reviews are of scientific and religious books, and were written for technical journals, national and local, daily or weekly newspapers, etc. Some of the reviews are accompanied by correspondence. A detailed chronological list, giving the date, title and author, and place of publication of the reviews was kindly compiled by Mrs. Coulson, and is enclosed with the box. BOX D.10 SCIENCE AND RELIGION 6 folders Miscellaneous background material and notes assembled for works on science and religion: press-cuttings, quotations, notes on books and articles; some folders include correspondence. BOX D.11 SCIENCE AND RELIGION 4 folders As D.10: background material and notes assembled for lectures and writings on science and religion. D.11.1. refers especially to Riddell Lectures, Newcastle, 1953 on 'Christianity in an age of science’. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.12 SCIENCE AND RELIGION D122, 15 Science and Christian Belief , McNair Lectures, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 1954: biblio- graphical material and notes assembled for the Lectures. R.S. 165 (see also A.5.5.) 202 10 folders 1954 Ds 12525 Science and Christian Belief 1954-57 Typescript as prepared for first edition, 1955. Correspondence with publishers, 1954-57. D.12.3. D.12.4. D.12.5. D. 12.6% D.12.7 D.12.8. Manuscript and printed material on social responsibility of science. Manuscript and printed material on social responsibility of science. Background material and correspondence for lectures on science and religion, philosophy of education, etc. Material on moral values in broadcasting. includes copy of interview of CAC by W.E. Sengster re power of television and its effect on morals and church life. Folder 'Science and religion: some philosophical questions', course of lectures in Oxford, Trinity Term 1957 with Canon |.T. Ramsey: notes and correspondence. 1955 1957 3 pp. ms. list by CAC entitled 'Papers, lectures, broad- casts, etc. that might conceivably make up a book’. The list gives reprint number, title and date for each entry. D.12.9. ‘Responsibility’ 1965 The Second Tawney Memorial Lecture, Christian Socialist Movement, London, February 1965. Notes, background material, ms. and typescript draft, version as prepared for publication. (see also B. 14.1.) Folder includes copies of other lectures by CAC which he compiled when writing the Tawney Lecture (‘Moral responsibility in a scientific age' and 'Responsi- bility in science’). Box D.12 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX D.12 continued 203 D.12.10. ‘Technology and Humanity' 1972 Summary of lecture delivered by CAC at a Study Week held in 1972. including notes by CAC (‘Scientist's Responsibility in Science’ and 'The Church in a Technological Society'). Folder includes related material, C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 204 SECTION E SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS, 13 BOXES CONFERENCES The material is presented alphabetically as far as possible. The conferences, lecture-tours and addresses organised or given by CAC whichare listed in this Section are those of the UK and thus complement the overseas 'Travel arrangements' folders in Boxes A.5 - A.11. The organisations, publications and journals listed in this Section include both UK and overseas sources. See also A.13.4 -A.13.12, A.13.15. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.1 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES AND JOURNALS Esl iF Acta Crystallographica Correspondence re manuscripts refereed by CAC, or submitted by him for publication. 205 9 folders 1948-72 ae The British Association for the Advancement of Science 1948-63 Correspondencere invitations to address meet- ings, publication of addresses, etc. (see also B.3.13., B.10.9., D.3.5. and D.7.2.) E148. The British Council 1949-70 Correspondencere lecture tours by CAC and Reports on British Council Arrangements for his reports on them. students studying with CAC. foreign scientists visiting the UK. See also those folders in Section A which relate to CAC's visits abroad on behalf of the Council. E.1.4. British Empire Cancer Campaign 1948-52 Ew beDs E.1.6. Correspondence re grant to CAC for calculating machine for work on carcinogenic hydrocarbon mole- cules, and his report on the work, 29 January 1949. (see also B. 1.12.) British Iron and Steel Research Association Minor correspondence andreports. 1947-52 British Rubber Producers' Research Association 1947-53 Correspondence re research supervised by CAC and re his appointment as consultant to the Association. Bala? Cambridge Philosophical Society 1948-71 Correspondence re manuscripts refereed by CAC or submitted by him for publication in Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc. E.1 Bs Canadian Journal of Chemistry Correspondence re manuscripts refereed by CAC. E19. Cancer Research 1962-65 1954-60 Correspondence re manuscripts refereed by CAC. (see also B. 38.4.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 206 BOX E.2 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS 11 folders AND CONFERENCES E.2.1.7E.2.2. The Chemical Society 1948-66 Correspondence re manuscripts refereed by CAC or submitted by him for publication in the Journal of the Chemical Society. CAC's reports as referee contain extensive discussion of scientific material. Some of the correspondence deals with editorial policy as CAC was a memberof the Publications Committee. (see also A. 13.6.) Eedaals Valence and Relativity 1966-68 Discussion meeting sponsored by the Chemical Society, under CAC's initiation and organization, in Oxford, 9-11 January 1968. Extensive correspondence with participants, copy of abstracts, committee papers, circular letters and replies, list of participants, brochure, draft of note for publication in Nature. E.2.4. Theoretical Chemistry Group of the Chemical Society 1972 Cornmittee papers, correspondence. Es 2.5. Chemical Physics Letters 1966-74 Extensive correspondence with editors and pub- lishers and with contributors, which is of interest for the scientific information it contains. CAC was a memberof the Advisory Editorial Board from its inception. E.2.6. Chemical Physics 1973 Correspondencere establishment of journal (see also E.2.5.). Eu2e7 Chemical Bond Approach Project 1961-63 Correspondence, draft chapter for schools text- book, with CAC's comments. E.2.8. Commonwealth Fund 1956 Correspondence re review of Fellowships offered. Box E.2. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.2 continued 207 E269 Council of Education in the Commonwealth 1960 Correspondence. E.2.10. Council of Science and Technology Institutes 1972-74 Correspondence. CAC was Chairman of the Board in 1973. E.2.11, Conference of Professors of Applied Mathematics 1973 Miscellaneous minor correspondence. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 208 BOX E.3 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS 7 folders AND CONFERENCES E.ds Ts The Faraday Society 1968 Esdi2s ‘Minor correspondence re Symposium on Molecular Quantum Mechanics, Royal Institution, December 1968. (CAC served on the organizing committee. ) (see also A.13.9.) Hospital Physicists' Association Papers and correspondence, mainly re administra- tion of Douglas Lea Memorial Fund. 1962-71 (see also E.6.4.) E353. International Business Machines Corporation 1968-72 Correspondencere invitation to CAC to be ‘Spokesman for England' for IBM World Trade - IBM Research Fellowship Program, recommending periods of work in IBM Laboratory, scientists for San Jose, California. E.3.4.-E.3.5. IBM Research Fellowship (tenable at Oxford University) 1962-67 CAC served as Chairman of the appointing committee. 2 folders of correspondence re establishment of Fellowship and appointment of Fellows: E.3.4. Eid. 1962-64 1965-67 E.3.6. Imperial Chemical Industries Limited 1949-51, 1956-61 Correspondence re CAC's appointment as con- sultant to ICI for threeyears 1949-51, and 1957-59, and his subsequent comments on reseorelh reports. Notes and reports of meetings: includes corres- pondence on academic freedom and industrial support. (see also B.35. 16.) Eaded « The Independent University 1971-74 CAC was a member of the Academic Advisory Committee of the University. Correspondence andpapers re planning of the University. C.A. Coulson 60/4/78 209 BOX E.4 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES AND JOURNALS 4 folders E.4.1.-E.4.2. Institute of Mathematics and its Applications 1959, 1964-73 CAC served as its President 1972-73. Committee papers and related correspondence; correspondence re CAC's Presidential Address ‘Mathematics and the Real World'; correspondence re the Institute's membership, publications, confer- ences, etc. and Biology’. Copy of CAC's address on 'Mathematics R.S. 419. (see also A.13.11., B.10.4.) E.4.3. Institute of Physics and the Chemical Society 1969-70 Correspondencere the organization of a joint conference on photo-electron spectroscopy, Oxford, 14-16 September, 1970. (see also A.13.8.) E.4.4. International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science. 1967-73 Correspondence re meetings and symposia, award of Academy's annual prize. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 210 BOX E.5 INTER-UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE ON COMPUTING 7 folders CAC was Oxford University's representative on this Committee, which was established in 1957 to advise the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals. CAC chaired several meetings and took the initiative in cor- responding with other members of the Committeere filling the offices of Chair- man and Secretary when vacancies occurred. (During CAC's service on the Committee the office of Chairman was held successively by D.R. Hartree, W. Jackson and D.G. Christopherson while the office of Secretary was held by A.S. Douglas, J. Howlett and D.C. Gilles.) CAC resigned from the Com- mittee in December 1963, his place being taken by Professor L. Fox, Director of the Oxford University Computing Laboratory. This box contains official papers, reports and memoranda of the Committee and its Sub-Committees; CAC's notes of meetings and dis- cussions; correspondence with Committee officers and members, and with colleagues in other universities. The topics include: the financing and replacement of com- puters, charging fer computer time in universities, relations with the Universities Grants Committee, reports from various university computing laboratories on their facilities and services, the composition of the Committee, drafts of the Committee's report. Seven folders presented in chronological order: E.5. 1. E.5.2. E.5.35 E.5.4. E+ Daas E040. E.o.7 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963-64 (see also H.6.1.-H.6.5.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 211 BOX E.6 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES AND JOURNALS 7 folders EsGels International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 1967-71 CAC was a memberofthe Editorial Advisory Board. Correspondence re refereeing of papers and CAC's reports. CBikin Joint Mathematical Council of the United Kingdom 1964, 1972-73 Correspondence, committee papers. E.6.3. Journal of Chemical Physics 1957-70 CAC was an Associate Editor. Correspondence re manuscripts refereed by CAC, whose reports contain extensive discussion of scientific subjects. E.6.4. Douglas Lea Memorial Lecture Fund 1948-72 CAC was a Trustee of the Fund. ‘Correspondencere invitations to lecturers, managementof the Fund, accounts. (see also E.3.2., Hospital Physicists' Association) E.6.5. Lennard-Jones Society Correspondence re proposed formation of theoretical chemistry group. Lindemann Trust Fellowship Correspondence, commiitee papers. 1968-69 1971-72 E.6.6. London Mathematical Society _ 1961-73 CACserved as Associate Editor for its Bulletin. Correspondencere refereeing of papers, editorial policy, CAC's reports, monthly statements of papers accepted for publication. EOu? Mathematical Association 1959-72 CACwasthe first Chairman of the Oxford Branch, established in 1959, and was President of the Association in 1968-69. Committee papers and related correspondence, correspondence re arrangements for 1965 conference in Oxford and re the Centenary Appeal. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 212 BOX E.7 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS AND CONFERENCES 10 folders Et/a ia Mathematics in Education 1961-62 Miscellaneous correspondence and duplicated material on the teaching of mathematics in schools by radio or TV, and with various committees and institutions concerned. Correspondencere submissions on Mathematics to the Robbins Committee on Higher Education, Oxford Committee for the Advancement of Mathematical Broadcasting and Television, and School Mathematics Project. EL/age Medical and Technical Publishing Co. Ltd. (MTP) 1972-74 CAC agreed to edit Vol. II of the MTP Review ofTheoreticalChemistry. Correspondence with contributors and publishers. (The editorship was taken over by Professor A.D. Buckingham after CAC's death.) Ei/.0. Molecular Crystals 1965-72 CAC served on the Editorial Advisory Board from the founding of the journal in 1965. Editorial correspondence. E.7.4. National Coal Board 1952, 1960-62 Correspondencere possibility of instituting a Research Fellowship on 'Study of theoretical problems on coal structure’ under direction of CAC at Oxford, to be supported by the NCB. Eee. National Physical Laboratory (Mathematics Division) 1959-63 CAC was Chairman of the Mathematics Divisional Panel. Correspondence re CAC's visits to Mathematics Division and his reports. E.7.0. National Research Development Corporation 1950-62 Miscellaneous reports and correspondence, mainly on automation, computer application and other NRDC projects. Box E.7. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.7 continued Es of = Nature Correspondencere articles etc. submitted to CAC for references, reviews by CAC of publica- tions; obituaries or tributes by CAC of Sir John Lennard-Jones, Dr. Linus Pauling, Professor John Griffith. (see also C.8.2., G.11.3.) E.7 «Bs Naval Attaché's Office, US Navy Correspondence re exchange of publications. E.7,9. New Scientist Correspondence re reviews by CAC and re biographical profile of CAC. 213 1950-73 1948-58 1957-68 E.7.10. Quantum Chemistry Conference, Oxford, April 1961 (organized by CAC) 1961 Programme, list of participants, invoices, correspondence, application for grants, report by CAC of conference. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.8 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES AND JOURNALS 214 6 folders —— E.8.1. 'Variational Methods in Quantum Mechanics’ 1968-69 Quantum Theory Conference, Oxford, 1-3 October 1969: programme, brochures, information for participants, list of members, invitations and correspondence with speakers, accounts and invoices. E.8.2. Philosophical Magazine 1949, 1969-72 Correspondencere | refereeing of papers. E.8.3.-E.8.6. The Physical Society (The Institute of Physics and the Physical Society) 1949-73 Correspondencere refereeing of papers. 4 folders in chronological order: E.8.3. E.8.4. E.8.5, EsB.6. 1949-55 1955-65 1965-68 1968-73 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 215 BOX E.9 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS 8 folders AND CONFERENCES E.9.1.-E.9.4. Rencontre for Mathematicians and Chemists, Oxford, 6-8 April 1973, organized by CAC and funded by the SRC. 1971-73 E91. E.9sds E93. Correspondence with administration of SRC re application for grant and subsequent organization of rencontre. Invitations to mathematicians and chemists and their replies (not indexed). List of acceptances. Correspondence with participants and with Oxford Uni- versity re accommodation and programme. E94. Letters of comment from participants following the rencontre (indexed). E.9.Oe7Es9.8. Miscellaneous reports on research projects under contract: E.9.5. E.956. Ee. « E.9.8. 'The Electronic Theory of Transition Metals' (CAC and Altmann), Progress Reports 1, 2, 3. 1958-59 'Studies of Bonds Involving Fluorine’ (CAC and Caldow), Contract PD/57/08/R1 Progress Reports 1 and 2. 1963-64 'The Electronic Theory of Transition Metals' (CAC, Hume-Rothery, Altmann) Contract 13/5/165/1065. Technical Reports 1, 2, 4-9. 1961-63 ‘Electronic Structure of Zirconium and Titanium Metals' (CAC, Altmann and Cohan). Progress Report no.4 1957 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 216 BOX E.10 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS AND CONFERENCES 10 folders £.10.1; Pugwash Group Committee papers and announcements (very little correspondence). Es 10.2. Quantum Theory Conference, Oxford, 26-28 September 1973, organized by CAC. 1963-74 1971-74 Programmes and brochures, list of participants, invitations and correspondence with participants, correspondence with Oxford University re organiza- tion of conference, accounts and invoices. E.10.3. Radar Research Establishment 1950-2 Newsletters for 1950-51, 1953-54, 1956-62, minor correspondence. E.10.4. The Royal Society 1967-74 Correspondence re papers refereed by CAC or submitted by him for publication in Proc.Roy.Soc.A. Correspondencere overseas visiting professor- ships (with special reference to CAC's term at University of East Africa 1968-69 (see also A.10.3. and A.10.4.)) Correspondence re CAC's service on Royal Society committees. E.10.5. Science for Peace Bulletins and printed matter, correspondence re policy. E.10.6. Science Progress Correspondencere publications and reviews. E.iO.7'. Scientific Computing Service Minor correspondence andprinted matter. 195}=57 1948-72 1942-55 Box E.10 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.10 continued 217 E.10.8. Societ& Italiana di Cancerologia 1957-58, 1974 CAC was elected a foreign memberin 1957. Minor correspondence. Ee lO.7, Society for Freedom in Science 1951, 1962 Correspondencere goals of the Society. E.10.10. Society for the Protection of Science and Learning 1968 Correspondencere expansion of membership. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 218 BOX E.11 SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES 7 folders E.11.1.-E.11.6. Society for Social Responsibility in Science, USA. 1949-71 CAC was a memberof the Council from the Society's foundation. Constitution, and other papers re foundation of the organization, very full sets of committee papers, memoranda, financial reports, correspondence, lists of members, newsletters and publicity items. 6 folders in chronological order: E11. & 1949-52 E.11.2. 1953-55 Ea Las 1956-60 E.11.4. 1961-65 Balls Bs 1966-69 E.11.6. 1970-71, miscellaneous newsletters. Eslls7s British Society for Social Responsibility in Science and Oxford Society for Social Responsibility in Science. Committee papers and correspondence. 1969-70 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 219 BOX E.12 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, JOURNALS 5 folders AND CONFERENCES E«12.1, | Solvay Conference 1949-50 Correspondence re a possible contribution by CAC (never completed). E.12.2. Theoretica Chimica Acta 1963-73 Correspondence re papers refereed by CAC and those submitted by him for publication. E.12.3.-E.12.4. University of Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland 1969-72 Arrangements for CAC to act as External Examiner in Mathematics 1969-72, reports and related correspondence, including invitation to visit University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Examinations papers andresults. £.12.5. Zeitschrift fUr Naturforschung. 1948-49 Correspondence. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 : 220 BOX E.13 CORRESPONDENCE 10 folders One box of shorter correspondence with publishers and editors. The correspondence deals with: - requests to write reviews (see D.9) and articles, - refereeing of manuscripts submitted for publica- tion, - advice re new series, journals or books, - replies to questionnaires , sponsorship of student magazines, requests for interviews. As in the other sections of the collection, many of the letters contain interesting autobiographical recollections, statements of CAC's religious and moral beliefs and of his standards of academic excellence. 10 folders presented in alphabetical order: Es13. 1. Academic Press 1954, 1957, 1962, 1968-69 Advances in Chemistry Series Aldus Books Ltd. George Allen and Unwin American Scientific Affiliation Bailey Bros. and Swinfen Ltd. Blackwell Scientific Publications British Journal for the Philosophy of Science British Weekly 1966 1968 1970 1962 1959 1958 1958 1958 Butterworths (review of Grundriss der Quanten- chemie, by H. Preuss) 1956, 1962, 197] E.13.2. Calcutta Mathematical Society Carbon Chemical Society of the USSR Chemisches Zentralblatt Chemistry in Britain Cherwell Churchill and Benjamin Ltd. Colliers Encyclopaedia 1958 1965-70 1968 1955 1969 1955-67 1968 1961 E.13.2. continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.13 continued E.13.2. continued Computer Physics Communications Cooperation Canada Croatica Chemica Acta Delisle Ltd. E.13.3. Paul Elek Ltd. Elsevier Publishing Co. Endeavour Experientia Expository Times Victor Gollancz Ltd. Handbook of Physics George G. Harrap and Co. Ltd. Hodder and Stoughton Ltd. Holden-DayInc. E.13.4. Inorganica Chemica Acta International Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of Solids Interscience Publishers Ltd. Isis Journal of the American Chemical Society Journal of the Chemical and Physical Society Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry Journal of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Journal of Theoretical Biology E.13.5. Logos Press Ltd. eel 1970 1973 1960, 1973 1964 1973 1967-68 1956 1951 1958-59 1958, 1966 1952-53 1960 1960-61 1961 1967, 1972 1961, 1971 1954 1966-67 1962-65 1956 1955, 1959 1966 1965 1967 1969 1957-59 Los Angeles Times McGraw-Hill Macmillan Mathematical Gazette Mathematika Methuen 1955-56, 1960, 1970 1949, 1969 1971 1966 Box E.13 continued C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.13 continued E. 13.6% der Monat Near and Far East News Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd. Nigerian Journal of Science North-Holland Publishing Co. 1] Nuovo Cimento E.13.7. Oliver and Boyd Ltd. (see also A.2.3.) Organic Mass Spectrometry Oxford Magazine Oxford Mail Oxford Times Philosophy Physica Status Solidi Physics Letters A Pienum Publishing Co. Ltd. E.13.8. Quantum Chemistry Program Exchange Quarterly Journal of Mathematics Quarterly Journa! of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics Reader's Digest Research Reviews of Modem Physics Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd. Es 13.9 Science for Non-Scientists Scientific American Scientific Monthly Scope Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Society of Chemical Industry Spectrochimica Acta Vincent Stuart Publishers Lid. E.13.9. continued 222 1954 1960 1965-66 1965 1964 1971-72 1961 1973 1955-57 1954 1955 1958 1968 1968-69 1969 1965 1955-56 1954-61 1959-60 1949 1973 1963 1962 1963 1955 1735 1969 1955-57 1967 1958 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX E.13 continued E.13.9. continued Sunday Telegraph Tetrahedron Time and Tide Transworld Student Library E.13.10. University Tutorial Press Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. John Wiley and Sons Lid. World Science Review 223 1962 1959 1965 1972 1953 1969 1954, 1964, 197] 1957 Zenith (magazine of the Oxford University Scientific 1964-68 Society) (see also D.2.10.) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 224 SECTION F RELIGIOUS, EDUCATIONAL AND HUMANITARIAN 7 BOXES ORGANISATIONS Although CAC was known as a convinced Methodist and pacifist throughout his life, these folders show the full range of his humanitarian interest, expressed in religious, educational, political and social activities. In some of these he played a public and major role (for example, as Chairman of OXFAM, as Vice-President of the Methodist Conference or as a memberof the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches), but others are less well known. To all he broughthis dis- tinctive power of personal involvement; manyofthe relatively routine letters in the folders contain thoughtful material of considerable biographical and general interest. Most of the material in this Section consists of correspondence, reports, committee and organisational matters relative to institutions and to meetings, conferences and publications sponsored by them. With the exception of Box F.7, the material is not in alphabetical order; for ease of reference, an alphabetical index to all the organisations in this Section is provided overleaf, and cross-referenced to related material in other sections of the collection are given where possible. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 Alphabetical Index to Organizations in Section F 225 Aldermaston March Committee Alliance Amnesty International Anglican-Methodist Student Visitation Anglo-American Theological Conferences Favsls Fads] Fahad Bode Ve (Oxford Institute of Methodist Studies) Fi.SeLey Fe dete Approach Asia Christian Colleges Association Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation Birmingham Central Mission Bradford University - Chair of Peace Studies Appeal British Council for Peace in Vietnam British Council of Churches British Peace Committee British Social Biology Council Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Canadian Peace ResearchInstitute Cassowary Central Council for the War on Want Christ and Unemployment Crusade Christian Action Christian Education Movement Christian Frontier Council Christian News-Letter Christian Peace Conference Christian Science Publishing Society Clifton College Committee for the Reprieve of The Mosul Prisoners Committee on Science and Freedom Pet gil Favela Fu7 al Pyf wl ie F.7.1. Frocks Fis LBs Psd «ba F «300. F.7.2. Fal ote Fu dais F.2.3. Fa beds F.3.7. PaS ods Piknds Fa? eZ Fuleee FedeBe Pf ifs Fa7a2a Council for Academic Freedom and Democracy F.7.2. Council for Education in World Citizenship Ful e2s Council for Volunteers Overseas Council of Christian Pacifist Groups F.3.9. Pela la C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 226 Crux Press Cuban Defence Committee Czechoslovak News Agency Czechoslovak Trade Unions Daily Worker Emergency Committee for World Government Epworth Press Fellowship of Reconciliation Fellowship of the Kingdom The Fellowship Party Fund for Human Need Hastings Encyclopaedia of Religion Hydrogen Bomb Committee Institute of Christian Education N M T T H T F T 7 T H 1 7 T o T 7 O 0 — F 7 T 7 O - — 1 7 7 7 7 1 7 H T — ._ N N N N > N N O N B N N N N D W N H N Y N D N N o w w W w w O —. W w W O W B D N R 1 Institute of Christian Education at Home and Overseas International Council for Christian Leadership m M 7 m International Preparatory Committee 1 7 o N w International Voluntary Service for Peace International War Crimes Tribunal Japan Council against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs John Wesley Society Korean University Luton Industrial College Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam Methodist Church - VIth Formers Conference Methodist Education Committee Methodist Peace Fellowship Methodist Recorder - Science Supplement Methodist Spiritual Healing and Psychological Committee Methodist Student Work Committee Ministerial Training Committee Mongrels National Association for Teachers of Religious Knowledge 7 m n n 7.4. N T 7A. 7 7.4. 7 4.3. 7 - 0 7A. 1 7 4.4. F T 74. 4.5. 7 1 7 1 4.6. 4.8. T S 4.7. H 8 af vas 7 af aie a T Fst. 9s C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 227 National Campaign for the Abolition of Capital Punishment National Center of Communication National Council for Abolition of Nuclear WeaponsTests National Council for Civil Liberties National Peace Council New Directions Nuffield Foundation Order of Unity Oxfam Oxford Christian Movement Oxford City Labour Party Oxford Committee (Area Campaign) for the Abolition of Nuclear WeaponsTests Oxford Committee for Community Relations Oxford Committee for Racial Integration Oxford Council of Churches Oxford House Oxford Overseas Students’ Hostel Oxford Pastorate Peace News Peace Pledge Union Present Question Conference Pulpit Digest Queen's College, Taunton Queenswood School Regent's Park College, Oxford Rencontre pour la Détente Internationale St. George's House, Windsor St. George's House, Wolverhampton St. Martin-in-the-Fields Discussion Group F.6.1. Fusso, P=? Gale Ps7u 3s Fs7 6. Pic? oi F.7 26% Pal oO F.5.)6-F.5. 10. F622. F.7 «6. F.7.6. F.7 0s PisZ os F.6.3. Fu7 Os F.6.4. F,.6.0. Fi Os FZ Os F.6.0. FaZ sO F.7.6. Fs a? Fal of F.7d s F.6.8. F607 x Fe7 o/s St. Paul's College, Cheltenham F.6. 12. Scientific Research Committee of the Churches' Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding Fad of a F ts? C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 228 Society for Cultural Relations with USSR Society for International Development Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge Society of Friends' Peace Conference Spectator Standing Joint Pacifist Committee Student Christian Movement Survey Magazine Together Union of Democratic Control Universities Quarterly Urban Theology Unit Vereinigungen des Verfolgten des Naziregimes William Temple College, Rugby Women's Strike for Peace World Christian Digest World Constitutional Convention World Council of Churches World Methodist Council World Refugee Year World's Student Christian Federation Fs 7.7. F. 6.10. Fs Fiat s F, Ded F. Pid a F 6.11. F. 78s P's Al's Fs 79. AP of ots .6.12. 7.9. N O 6.14. 7 ~ 7 ~ wt #9 at ws 7 wl Ps " 7 7 «7 10, 7.10. of 0 1D, «7 10. 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 7 1 7 1 NOTE: CAC was Senior Treasurer of JACARI (Joint Action Committee Against Racial Intolerance) from about 1956 unti! his death. and CAC's involvement with it, of Professor Kenneth Kirkwood, Rhodes Professor of Race Relations, Oxford University. Material relating to this movement, is currently in the library C.A. Coulson. CSAC 60/4/78 BOX F.1 PACIFISM F.1.1. Council of Christian Pacifist Groups 229 7 folders 1933-34 Correspondence, programme, copies of addresses delivered at public meeting held in Central Hall, Westminster, 9 November 1934, on ‘Christ's Call to Make Peace'. (CAC was Chair- Copy of Manifesto issued by Council. man of the Youth Section - see correspondencein F.1.3.) Ms. and typescript of CAC's contribution. “Cambridge Group’ Numerous drafts of ‘Peace Pamphlet! written by four members of the Cambridge Group Movement, and corres- pondence between members re pamphlet. (see also A. 15, A.16,.A.17, D.5.3-D.5.7) F.1.2. Onefile of extensive, thoughtful correspondence Manyof the letters are from members of the on pacifism, conscientious objection, use of the atom bomb. Cambridge Group Movement. Letters include references to the 'Peace Pamphlet’ and to the 1934 Christian Pacifist Groups meeting. 1933-36, 1940-45 Fe loads Fellowship of Reconciliation Correspondence re meetings of The Fellowship and —:1934-36 re establishment of a Youth Section of the Council of Christian Pacifist Groups. Misc. correspondence re various activities of the 1953-57 Includes a substantial amount of correspondence Fellowship (meetings, journal, Oxford University branch, etc.). with Japanese scientists and other interested parties re possible BBC feature on effects of atomic bomb on births in Japan. (see also D.5.6,CAC's Alex Wood Memorial Lecture, 1953) C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX F.1. continued 230 Palas Extensive background material (press cuttings, 1934-41 poems, official letters, notices of meetings, etc.) on pacifism and conscientious objection, as assembled by CAC, Includes ms. and typescript notes by CAC from the current literature, typescript of 3 articles or notes by CAC 'Something to Do', 'The Undergraduate and War' and ‘Conscription of Women’, and copies of2 letters sent out by CAC to members of the Cambridge Group. Related correspondence. Note: The material in this folder is very closely linked to the other papers in Box F.1 and therefore has been left in sequence although it more properly belongs in Section D. F.1.5. British Peace Committee 1951-53 Correspondence with members and officers re various appeals, international congresses, publications ofthe Committee. Includes numerous printed documents issued by the committee and comments by CAC on J.D. Bernal's pamphlet 'Disarmament' (1952). The correspondence especially relates to the Vienna CAC was asked to be one of Peace Congress, 1951-53. the sponsors of the 1952 Congress but declined. He drafted a letter to the Times (which was to be signed by several other invited sponsors) setting out their reasons for not participating. CAC's correspondence with the officers of the British Peace Committee and with Canon L.J. Collins (a signatory of the letter to the Times) exhibits the same thoughtful, careful concern which is such a feature of the documents preserved in this section of the collection. F.1.6. Christian Action 1958-69 Correspondence and printed material re work of the organization, especially re the Defence anddAid Fund. Includes drafts of paipilet on 'Nuclear deterrent and Christian conscience’ Fs lad International Voluntary Service for Peace 1958-67 CAC was a Vice-President for several years. Correspondence with members and officials of the organization, especially re establishment of a branch in Oxford. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 231 BOX F.2 PACIFIST, EDUCATIONAL AND HUMANITARIAN 5 folders ACTIVITIES Fis. 8 Cambridge Sunday Schools 1935-37 Reports by CAC (typescript and ms.) on the work of the Sunday Schools in the Cambridge area. Fi 2i2s 'The Christian View of the Family' 1936 Document prepared for the Methodist Conference. Annotated and amended drafts and 2 pp. typescript comments by CAC. Fadeds ‘Christ and Unemployment Crusade’ 1936-39 Printed matter and correspondence re arrangements for CAC to speak at Leys School, Cambridge, 1936. F.2.4. Correspondence re German refugees whom CAC 1939 tried to assist, mainly through the Social Welfare Depart- ment of the Methodist Church. F.2.5. Institute of Christian Education at Home and Overseas 1949-54 Printed material and copy of note by A. Comfort for publication in Christian News-letter. Annoteted by CAC. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX F.3 PACIFIST, EDUCATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Fidel. Alliance CAC became a Vice-President in 1957. Correspondence and printed papers. 232 9 folders 1957-61 Fs teeel sSeds Anglo-American Theological Conferences (Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies) 1956-69 These conferences grew out of discussions at the 1956 World Methodist Conference at Lake Junaluska (see A.6.9.). They were held in Oxford in the summers of 1958, 1962, 1965 and 1969. practical details for organizing and booking the conferences, which used Lincoln College as a base. CAC handled all the 2 extensive folders of correspondence and printed maiter: F.3.2. F.3..3. 1956-58 1960-69 F.3.4. British Council of Churches 1955-69 Committee papers, correspondence, summary of CAC's address at the Conference on Scientific and Technological Education, London, March 1955. F.3.5s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament 1958-70 CAC was one of the sponsors of the organization. Correspondencere aims, activities and publications. Extensive printed material, issued by the organization. Committee papers. The folder includes papers relative to the Oxford Branch of C.N.D. and to the Christian Group of C.N.D. F.3.6. Central Council for the War on Want 1958 CAC was a pairon. Minor correspondence(2 letters only). C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX F.3 continued Pde7 Christian Education Movement CAC was a Vice-President. Minor correspondence. 233 1970-73 (see also F.7.8, one folder of correspondence re Student Christian Movement) F p3a85 Clifton College 1957-71 CAC's school. He was a Governorof the College. ‘Correspondence, agenda and notices of meetings. Fide? Council for Volunteers Overseas 1969-71 CAC was memberof the Council from 1969. Minor correspondence, reports, printed matter. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX F.4 PACIFIST, EDUCATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS F.4.1. Fund for Human Need CAC wasa patron of the Fund. Misc. correspondence, charter, arrangements for conference, newsletters. 234 9 folders 1960-67 F.4.2. Institute of Christian Education 1955-56 Minor correspondence, numerous memorandafor discussion at conference, outline for a proposed book to be published by the Institute. entirely of printed matter. ) (Folder consists almost F.4,3. Luton Industrial College 1972-74 CAC wasits Honorary President from 1972. Correspondence, printed material re the College. (see also D.2.9. for copy of Inaugural Lecture delivered at the College, 28 September 1968, by CAC) F.4.4. Methodist Church - Vith Formers Conference 1955-69 CAC attended many of these annual conferences over the years. Correspondence with organisers and participants. 1 p. note by CAC re conferences. F.4.5. Methodist Peace Fellowship 1962-73 1954, 1956-58, Mostly committee papers and printed matter, with some related correspondence. F.4.6. Methodist Recorder - 'Science Supplement’ 1959-73 CAC helped to plan and launch the Supplement and was a frequent contributor. Correspondencere planning and publication (thefirst issue was in November 1959), with the editor (Professor David Wright) re suggestions for articles and/or contributors. The folder also contains numerous letters and mss. relative to a special issue of the Supplement which was C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 BOX F.4 continued 235 F.4.6 (continued) devoted to psychical research. 7 pp. ms. and 3 pp. typescript of CAC's contribution 'Some comments by a scientist'. other's mss. Comments by the contributors on each (see also the numerous items in Section D, pp. which were published in the Methodist Recorder) F.4.7. Methodist Student Work Committee 1969 Correspondence and papers re survey on Methodist- Anglican Union. F.4.8. Methodist Spiritual Healing and Psychological Committee 1953-56 Correspondence re methods of nomination to com- mittees and re proposed International Christian House in Oxford. F.4.9, National Association for Teachers of Religious Knowledge (NATORK) 1967-68 Correspond ence and news-letters. F A O . 32.1 (see under Miller, J.C.P.), O .10.7 M 25.5 A C.25.5 A.10.3, A.10.4 C.25.5 C.25.5 A.2.9, C.25.5 C.25.5 A.10.7 C.3.1 A.2.8, A.12.6, B.1.1, B.10.6, B.15, B.33.18, B.37.2 B.26.10 C.25.5 A.10.6, C.3.2 C.25.6 C.25.6 A.3.2, B.35.21 C.25.6 C.9.3, E.5.5, E.5.6 A.3.3 B.3.9, 8.37.6, Es2,3,; G.2.1, Gi5.2, G.5.5 (see also B.3.7) CRAWFORD, Bryce L. C.25.6 CRAWFORD, Victor Arthur C.3.4 (see also B.3.7) CROMBIE, Alistair Cameron C.25.6 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 CROSS, B.C. CROSS,.Li G, C,25.6 E.13.4 321 CROSSLEY, Richard Julian Spencer E.8, 1, ©,5.6 CROUCH, E. G.- H: CRUICKSHANK, Arthur J. CRUICKSHANK, Durward W. O. J. C.2566 C.256 C. 13.8, @.2e1y Gs5.7, GiAFG CUNDY, H. Martyn C.25.6, E.6.7 CURL, Robert Floyd CURTIS, Lionel CURTISS, C. Fs C.3.5, C.23.5 (see under Banyard, K.E.) C256 A.5.1 DAHL, Jens Peder DAILEY, Benjamin Peter DAINTON, Sir Frederick Sydney DALE, J. DALGARNO,Alexander DANCKWERTS, Peter Victor DANIELLI, James Frederic DANIELSSON, Ulf DARDARIAN, Gabriel DARLINGTON, H. DARLINGTON, T. S. W. DAUBEN, Hyp J. DAUDEL, Raymond C.26.1 A.9.1, A.10.6, C.4.1 C.26.1, C.31.2, C.31.4 (see under Manning, P.P.) (see also H.7.6) CiZ6e CG. 164; Cs26u1 Abo E.13.4 C.4.2 Gi26ul Ca 26. 1 C.26.1 a 26ul A.6.5, B.20.1, B.23.1 - B.23.5, B.23.7, B.35.25, B.37.9, B.38.4, B.38.11, E.4.4, .G.6.1, G.6.2 (see also B.22, B.33. 14) DAVIES, Brynmor L. C.4.3 DAVIES, Handel DAVIES, Mansel DAVIES, Peter L. DAWSON,B. DAWSON, Peter DAY, Colin 2.2, Hed. d, MsGe4 B.18.4 C.4.4 C.26.1 C..26.:1 C.26.1 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 DEAN, Pi DEAN, W._ -G, R. DEB, Bidyendu Mohan DE BOER, J.H. DECIUS, John (Jack) Courtenay DE HEER, Joop DEJAK, Camillo DEKOCK, Roger DEL RE, Giuseppe DELVES, L. M. DEMPSTER, Michael Alan Howarth DEN BOER, Diet Hendrik Willem DENMAN, Harry DE RIVERA, EI Duque de Primo DESLATTES, R. D. DE VAULT, Donald DEVONSHIRE, A. Fe DEWAR, Michael James Steuart 322 C2651 A.3.3 A.2.9, G.6.3, G.6.4 (see also B.41.3) C.2652 C.4.6 6.6.8, 6.6.4 C.26.2 G.6.4 C.26.2 C5262 C.4.5 G.6.7 C.26.2 A.5.4 C.26,2 E,1145 B.26.10 B.1O.11, Bad/s 11, Ge7sk, Gilbal,y G.17.4 DE WET, Jacobus Stephanus C.26.3, H.8.1, H%s3 DIAMOND,Richard M. DICKENS, Peter DICKEY, O. Bs. RK. DIENES, G. Jay DINGLE, Herbert DINGLE, Thomas Walter DITCHBURN, Robert William DIXON, William Thomas DODD, R._ E. DODSON, Charles Leon DOERING, William von E. DOGGETT, Graham C 26.3 B.11.3 G.26.3 Ch. 3 A.8.2, C.35.1 (see under Sapunov, G.1.) (see also D.3.8) B.20.7, C47 C.4.8, G.10.2 a C.26.4 C.4.9 C.26.4 B.14.3, B.14.4, G.7.3 (see also B.14.2) DOLL, Sir (William) Richard (Shaboe) HsGed DOMB, Cyril B.4.13, C.26.4 323 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 DOMNITZ, Myer DONNAY, Gabrielle D'OR, L. DOUGLAS, H. W. C.26.4 C.26.4 C.26.4 C.26.4 DOUGILAS, Alexander S. E.5.1 - £.5.4 DOUTZARIS, Panos DOW,Alistair DUBS, Homer H. DUCHESNE, Jules DUFF, Patrick DUHEM, J. DUKE, A. J. DUKE, Brian J. DULVERTON, Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, Baron Dulverton C.26.4 C.26.4 C.26.5 A.10.9, B.2.8, B.36.12, B.39.3, G.7 A, G7 3, Gil7 7 A.3.3, E.10.10 G.6.] C..26.5 G.19.9 Fiat DUNCAN, Albert B. F. C.3.3, C.4.10, £.13.4 DUNCAN, James F. DUNCANSON, W. _— Eric DUNHILL, Rosemary DUNITZ, Jack David DUNLOP, Colin DUNN, F. P. DUNNING, N. J. DURANT, N. DURHAM, P. J. J. EABORN, Colin EADES, M. EARL, J. C. C.26.5 w w 8 E 4 R E B .6, all wal > w w w P W w W w W 7.4, A.15.7, B.29.10, A. , Bs82.5, Bsdd.16, 8.33. 17, B.34.11, B.34.16, B.36.1, , B. 38.1 —_ also A.17.10, , B.34.5, B.35.4) C.26.5 C.4.11 C,26,5 E.10.6 C. 26.8 C.26.5 H.11.4 B.35.22 C.26.6 C.26.6 EDDINGTON, Sir Arthur Stanley see A.19.8, D.1.4 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 EDELSTEIN, L. A. EDGE, David EDMUNDS, David E. EDWARDS, Allen E. EDWARDS, Christopher Martin EDWARDS, David Albert EDWARDS, SS. Michael EHRENREICH, Henry EILERS, James Edward EISENBERG, David EKEHORN, Gosta ELEY, Daniel Douglas ELIEZER, Isaac ELLIS, Edith M. ELLISON, Frank O. ELTON, Lewis Richard Benjamin EMELEUS, Harry Julius EMELEUS, Karl George EMERSON, Donald EMMET, Dorothy ENDERBY, John Alfred EPSTEIN, Irving Robert EPSTEIN, Saul Theodore ERDELYI, Arthur ETHERINGTON, |. M. H. EVANS, Griffith EVANS, Meredith Gwynne EVANS, Monroe V. EVANS, W. Desmond EVERETT, Douglas Hugh EXLEY, Kenneth D. EYRING, Henry 324 C.26.6 Bel0yI3 E.9.4 C.26:6 E.13.6 G.6.3, H.8.6 C.26.6 A A A A A A N A A A A M A O N N -26.6 de) eve 26.6 26s6, E.9 A -26.6 26.7 626.6 .5.3, C.38.9 (see under Zucker, I. J.) wheal .26.8 9.4 26.8 C.5.5 Gal 6 B.42.6, C.5.6 Bidono A.13.15 C,.26.8 B.37.7, C.26.8, G.6.5 C.26.8 E.9.4 Sal oS C.26:8 C.26.8 (see also B .21.2, B.21.3, B.24.3) 325 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 FAIRBAIRN, J. Kingsley FAJANS, Kasimir FARMER, Christine Mary FARNELL, G. C. FARNSWORTH, H. E. FAULKNER, James Ewan FEATHER, Norman FEDOROV, E._ K. FELDMAN, T. FELDMAN, William R. FELL, Dame HonorBridget © FELLGETT, Frank E. FELSENFELD, Gary FERGUSON, John FERNANDEZ-ALONSO,José Ignacio FERNANDO, B. FERRE, NelsF. E. S. FERREIRA, Ricardo FIELD, Stanley J. J. FIGGIS, Patrick FILMER, W. E. FIMPLE, William R. FINE, N. FINNEY, David John FISCHER, E. FISCHER-HJALMARS, Inga FISHER, Hellen E. FISHER, Michael Ellis FISK, |. B. FLEGG, H. Graham FLEMING, Charles Alexander FLOOD, H. FLOWERS, Sir Brian (Hilton) FLUGGE,S. C.27.1 C.27.1 G.7.8 C.27.1 C.27.1 C.14.8 C.2.4 A.8.1 C.27.1 C.27.1 C.27.1, E.10.10 C.27.1 G.7.9 C.27.1 C.6.1 C,27.1 C.27.1, D.4.2 C.27.1, G.19.10 C.27.1 C.27.2 6.72 C.27.2 C72 C.o7.2 C.27.2 A.2.9, A.5.2, B.18.4, C.6.2 C,27.2 C.6.3, H.6.5 C272 E.13.9 A.9.5 A.5.2 E.9.4, G.3.4 E.13.3 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 FLURRY, Robert L. FOOT NASH, David FORD, Lester R. FORD, W. P. J. FORSLIND,Erik FOSTER, David B. FOSTER, Michael Beresford FOSTER-JAKOB, R. FOWLER, Sir Ralph Howard FOWLES, G. W. A. FOX, Harold Munro FOX, Kenneth FOX, Leslie FRANK, Harry S. FREEMAN, Richard M. FREUNDLICH, Erwin Finlay FRIEDEL, J FRIEDEL, Robert A. FRIEDLANDER, Gerhart FRIPIAT, J. J. FROESE, Charlotte FROST, Arthur A. FUKUI, Kenichi FUMI, Fausto G. HH. FURTH, R. FYFE, William Sefton GAADE, W. GABRIEL, J. R. GAGE, George GAINES, A. F. 326 C.6.4, C.6.5 Gell 2 Ais2 2 C.27 2 C.6.6 Ci27 2 C27 2 Ce6e7 A.2.2, A.3.3, B.28.3 (see also A.19.8, B.3.14, G.4.6) E.13.) A.8.1 C.27.2 G.5.4, H.6.1 - H.6.4, H.7.1, H.8.5 (see also E.5.) C.27 43 Cet/ od C.27.3 C.27.3 Cal a3 B.5.1, B. 5x8 C.27.3 B.40.9, C.27.3 A.5.1, G.3.4 C.6.8 CilFas C.27.3 C.6.7 E.13.3 C.27.4 C.27.4 Csial 327 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4 /78 GARNER, William Edward GARSIDE, Frank Arnold GASPAR, R. GAYDON, A. G. GEE, Geoffrey GENT, W. LL. G. GEORGE, Revd. (Alfred) Raymond GERGELY, John GER.GUOY, Edward GERO, Alexander GERRATT, Joseph GERRISH, F. C.27.4 E.6.7 A.10.10 B.35.10 C.7.2, E.1.6 C.27.4 Fedee, Fedadd C.f38 C.27.4 C.27.4 G.8.]1 C.27.4 GIANTURCO, Francesco A. B.40.12, G.8.2- G.8.4 GIARETTA, David Leslie GIBB, Thomas R. P,. GIBBINS, Patrick GILBERT, Thomas L. GILES, Charles H. GILL, E. W. GILLAM, Constance M. GILLES, Dennis Cyril GILLESPIE, Ronald J. GILLESPY, Ewen GIRIFALCO, L.A. GITTINGS, John GLAESER, Robert Martin GLEDHILL, J. A. GLOCKLER, George GLUECKAUF, Eugen GODDARD, Laurence GOLD, Victor GOLDEN, Sidney GOKEBIEWSKI, Alojzy GOLIANCZ, Victor GOMBAS,P. G.19.11 C.27.4 E.13.1 C.27.4 C.27.4 C.27 4 B.36.6, B.36.7 CeO, Eaba7 C2744, False C274 C.27.5 F ed C.7 4 A.7.1 B.37.14, C.7.5 B.38.16 B.35.17 C.27.5 €.27.5 6.37.17, C.7.6 E.13.3 G,13.5 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 328 GOMBERG,Martin Godfrey Luis G.19.12 GOMES, José Alberto Nunes Ferreira G.19.13 (see also B.42.11) GOODEVE, Sir Charles Frederick GOODHART, Arthur Lehman GOODMAN, Colin H. L. GOODWIN, Eric Thomson GOODWIN, Thomas H. GOPINATHAN, M.S. GORDADSE, G._ S. GORDON, M. GORDY, Walter GOROFF, Iza GOUARNE, René GOULD, Robert F. GOUTERMAN, Martin GRANACHER, Iris GRANT, lan Philip GRANT, Robert GRAVELEY, F. H. GRAVES, John L. €.27 5 H.8.5 C4276 C.27.6, E.5.4, E.7.5 C7.7, ©. 16.2, £6.45; G.13s2 G.19.14 C.27.4 (see also B.29.2) O .27.6, E.9.4 A D A A | ™ M A A n A F P 27.6 27.6 27.6 g13e1 «12.16, C.27.6 wal af wl al «17.2 O .27.7 G.19.15 GRAY, Louis Harold (Hal) A.15.8, C.7.8, C.20.8 (see also D.2.7) GREAVES, B. W. GREEN, Albert Edward GREEN, Louis C. GREEN, Michael GREENE, Frederick D. GREENWOOD, H. H. (Tim) GREENWOOD, Norman Neill GREGORSMITH, R. GREGORY, C. CC. L. GREGORY, N._ L. GREIG, James GRENE, Marjorie GRICE, Roger B.41.2 C79, We2s2 C 27.7 C.7.10 C.27.7 f&A.2.9, B.38.4, C.8.1, C.13.3 (see also B.8.9) E Zin Pad 8 C.27.7 C.27.7 C.27.7, C.29.6 (see under Kapp, R.O.) eeSew E.9.4 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 GRIFFITH, John G. GRIFFITH, John Stanley GRIMISON, Alec 329 E.737; Ge2l412 C.8.2 (see also E.7.7) C.8.3 GROENEWOLD, H. J. B.a5.7, Giz? 8 GROVES, George E. GRUBB, A. C. GRUBB, Anthea GRUNFE LD, Ana Veronica C.27.8 C.27.8 C.8.4 C.27.8 GUGGENHEIM, Edward Armand C.2758 * GUNN, J. C. GUSEINOV, Iszafil I. GUY, H. A. GUY, J. GUY, Robert K. GWILLIAM, F. H. Ex5s 1, E.Se2, Ee S.4 - E56 C..8.8 C.27.8 C.27.8 A.6.1, A.6.3 C.27.8 HADDOW,Sir Alexander, C.8.6, C.28s 1 HADZI, D. HAFELINGER, Gunter HAFNER, Klaus C.28.1 C.28.1 Cazes ly Giza] HAIGH, Claude William B.42.12, G.8.5, G.20.2 HAINES, D. R. HAINES, Wallace E. HAISSINSKY, M. HALBERSTAM, H. HALDANE, John Burdon Sanderson HALEVI, E. A. HALL, Brian John HALL, E. J. HALL, George Garfield C.28.1 Fu 02 A.5.9 E.6.6 B.37.1 C.28.1 G.19,,16 C.28.1 B.11.10, C.38.5 (see under Woolley, R.G.), E.10.2, G.8.6 HALLA, Franz HALLWARD, Bertrand Leslie C.28.2 D.4.4 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 330 HALPERN, Alvin C.19.17 HALPERN, Vivian Morris A.11.5, B.14.3, B.14.4, C.8.7 HALSBURY, John Anthony Hardinge Called) Es7 56 Gifford, Earl of HAMEKA, H.F. HAMILTON, Jim HAMILTON, S. HAMILTON, Walter C. C628.2 Hbao C.28,2 C.8.8 HAMMERSLEY, John Michael C.8.9, E.7.1, E.9.4 HAMMICK, D. L. C.28.2 HAMPSHIRE, Stuart Newton A.16.17, E.6.5 HANDLEY, Barbara HANDY, N.C. HANSON, John W. HAO, Vo-the C.8.10 B.26.10 C3282 C.8.11 HARDY, Godfrey Harold see B.20.12 HARRIS, Frank E. HART, R. W. HARTLEY, Sir Harold HARTMANN, H. HARTREE, Douglas Rayner HASKINS, Peter J. HASTINGS, A. W. HAVERCROFT, RR. H. HAVINGA, E. HAWGOOD, John HAWKEY, David HAYNES, Sidney C.28.2 C.28.2 C.28.2 E U2u2 C.8.12, C.31.4 (see under Mann, W.R.) (see also E.5 ) G.19.18 E.13.3 F 7 os A.5.8, C.28.2 C.8.13 C.28.2 F.7.6 HAYWARD, Robin J. R. B.27.6, G.8.7 HEATON COOPER, Ophelia HECHT, Charles E. HEDGES, Sid G. HEILBRONNER, E. HEINE, Volker C.28.3 C.28.3 C.28.3 C.20i03 C.2843 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 HELSDEN, R. M. HENDERSON, D. HENDERSON, J. HENNIG, Gerhart R. HERBSTEIN, Frank HERRAEZ, Miguel Angel HERRING, Joyce HERZBERG, Gerhard HEWSON,Leslie A. HEY, Donald Holyroyde HIBBERT, Alan HIGASI, Ken-iti HIGGS, Peter W. HIGHAM, Thomas F. HILL, Fe. HILL, ©. Re Fe S HILL, (John Edward) Christopher HILL, .Je Fs HILL, Rodney HILLIER, Douglas V. HILLIER, lan H. HILLMAN, John HINDLE, Alan HINDMARSH, Russell HINSRELWOOD, Sir Cyril Norman HIRSCH, R. Daniel HIRSCHFELDER, Joseph O. HIRSHFELD, Frederick L. HISATUNE, I. Clarence HOCHMAWN\, Petr HODGKIN, Dorothy Crowfoot HODGSON, Herbert Henry HODGSON, Peter Edward HOETINK, H.R. HOFFMAN, Roald HOFFMAN, T. A. 33] C.28.4 B.43 C.28.4 B17. 1 C.17.4, C.28.4 C.9.1 C.28.4 C.19.1, C.28.4 C.28.4 C.9.2, F.7.7 C.9.3 C.9.4 C.9.5 C.28.5 C.28.5 C.28.5 D.4.10 B.10.14 B.19.5 C.28.5 B.42.3, C.28.5 C.28.5 A.2.9, C.28.5 F.4.6 B.35.16, C.12.5, C.28.5, H.7.3 B.16.2 B.39.10, C.8.4, C.9.6, C.16.4, G.1.6 B.2.13, B.19.3, C.17.4, C.28.5 C.28.5 C.10.1 B.39.3 C.28.6 D.5.2 B.39.4 C.28.6 A.9.2 . C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 HOLDER, Douglas William HOLLAND, W. Philip HOLLOWAY, John H. HOLSIEN, Erling HOLSINGER, E. CC. T. HOLT, Anthony Roy HOLT, DD. Bi HOLT, Michael HOPKINS, Harold Horace HOPPE, Rudolf HORIE, T. HORNIG, Donald F. HORVATH, John |. 332 H.6.5 C.28.6 C.28.6 C.28.6 C.28.6 C.10.2 C.28.6 B.4.8, C.28.6 E.8.3." E.8,5 B.8.11, C.28.7 C.28.7 C.10.3 (see also B. 13.1) A.9.2, A.10.10, C.10.4 HOUSMAN, Alfred Edward A.3.3 (see also A.3.2) HOWE, E. HOWE, Gunter HOWELL, K. M. HOWLETT, Jack Cuter C.28.7 C.28.7 B.4l<2, Cul0.B, 0.28.7, E.d.4 = £.9.6, AZ 2 HOYLE, Sir Fred see D.7.9 HOYTINK, Gerrit Jan B.15, B.41.11, E.2.5 HUANG, R._ S. HUCKEL, Erich HUDSON, R._ F. HUDSON, Robin Lyth HUETT, Basil HUGHES, A. HUGHES, H. L. A. HUGHES, J. W. B. HUME, George C. HUME-ROTHERY, William C.28.7 C.28.7 (see also B.20.4) Euue C.10.6 C.26.7 C.28.8 C.28.8 C.28.8 C.28.8 C.33.5 (see under Pitt, P.) (see also E.9.7 and under ‘Location of other material' in General Introduction) HUMPHREY, R. H. HUMPHREY DAVIES, M. W. B.3.3 E.5.6 333 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 HUNTER, Geoffrey HUNTER, Robert F. HUNTLEY, 4. E. HURLEY, Andrew C. HURST, Robert P. HUTCHEON, J. M. HUTCHINGS, Donald HUTCHINSON, Douglas Allan HUTCHISON, Clyde A. HUZINAGA, Sigeru HYDE, Anthony J. HYLLERAAS, E. A. IBALL, John [VEL C. I'HAYA, J. Pe Y. ING, Thomas Alfred INGLETON, Aubrey C.10.7 C.28.8 C.28.8 C.10.8 (see also B.3.2) B.42.5, C.28.8 €.28.9 B.4.8 Cil0.9 E,6,3 C.28.9 C.28.9 Ae5.2,56.28:9 C229:1, G2.1 €.2951 B.3/7.8, G.29.1 €.29.1 H.8.5 INGOLD, Sir Christopher Kelk A.13.18, B.35.10, C.10.10 INOKUTI, Mitio INUI, T IRIBARNE, Julio V. ISSIGONI, Margaret C.29.1 €.29.2 Cue Gale. l7 JACKS, Ms L. JACKSON, Malcolm JACKSON, Willis (Baron Jackson of Burnley) JACOBS, Juliane C2949 G. 19.20 €.8,7, E.5.4, £,5,5 B.2246, Bi 22.7, 2.2001, B. 35,24, B07 wd BLS7.6) C102 12,°C26.2 (see also B.22.9) JAE OBS,, Pi. Wi. Ws CuZHd 334 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 JAFFE, Hans H. JAHN, H. J. JAMES, Hubert M. JAMES, loanMackenzie JAMIESON, John B. JANKOWSKI, K. JANSEN, L. JAPOLSKY, N.S. JATKAR, S.. K. Kulkarni JEACOCKE, John E. JEFFREY, G. A, JEFFREYS, Bertha, Lady Jeffreys JEFFREYS, Sir Harold JEHLE, Herbert JENNINGS, Keith R. JENNINGS, Reginald JENNINGS, Robbie JENNINGS, W. W. Roy A.10.2, B.23.3, C.29.3 C.29.3 C.29.3 (see also B.29.2) C.27.,.8 C.10.13 C293 Cu 20 sd; Eu2io C29 4 C.29.4 C.10.14 A.7.6, C.29.4 A.2.9, G.18.2 see A.19.8, B.13.8, B.28.2 C1274, Esa az C.29.4 Guz 4 A.13.16 C.29,4 JOHNSON, Burt Powers B.40.5, G.9.3 JOHNSON, Keith H. JOHNSON, W. A. JOHNSTON, Derek F. C 29.4 C.29.4 C.10.15, C.23.3 (see under Ariyama, K.) G,23.5 JOHNSTONE, Kenneth Piel ae JOLIOT-CURIE, Jean Frédéric Caz? ed, Fell 3 JONES, Sir Ewart (Ray Herbert) JONES, Gwyn Owain JONES, Harry JONES, R. Norman JOPE, Edward Martyn JORGENSEN, Christian Klixbull JORTNER, Joshua JOSEPH, Antony JOST, W. JOY, Hubert W. JUCYS, Adolphus Prano H.7.4 H.2.3 C.35.3 (see under Schiff, B.) C.29.5 B87 a3 C.29.5 C.10.16 A.11.5, G91, CI2 B.43 C.27.5 C.2955 335 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 JUDD, Brian R. JUDD, Frank Ashcroft JULG, André KAPP, Reginald O, KARAGOUNIS, Georg KARDOS, Gilbert KARPLUS, Martin KASHA, Michael KASTELYN, P. W. KASTLER, Daniel KATRIEL, Jacob KAUFMAN, Joyce J. KAY, J. Alan KEARSLEY, Mary Jennifer KEAVENY, |. T. KEDRO, Martin KEIR, David Lindsay KELLY, Anthony KENDALL, David George KENDALL, James KERN, C. W. KETELAAR, J. A. A. KHUBCHANDANI, P.— G. KICINSKI, F. P. KILBURN, Thomas KILPATRICK, John E. KIRKLEY, (Howard) Leslie KIRKPATRICK, Dow KIRKPATRICK, Harry A. KIRKPATRICK, Paul KISELEV, Aleksei Alekseevich Cu2z759 F.1.7 C,.29.5 C.29.6 G,10,1 Ci296 Callel B.d7 id, C. 1.2, €.29.6 C.29.6 C.29.6 C.29.6 hoo? yb A.18.12, F.7.3 G.10.2, G.1.3 H.1150 C.296 D.4.10 Bil7iulp Gs29 6 C.20.5, ©. 29.7 B. 2.17 B.42.6, C.29.7 Cala C.29.7 C.29.7 E.de4, Es oad C.29.7 Fda — F588 Faceey Fades C.29,7 C297 G.10.4 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 KITCHENER, J. A. KITZ, N. KLEINMAN, Leonard KLEPPMANN, Wilhelm Georg KLEVENS, H. B. KLOPMAN, G. KLUG, Aaron KNIGHTON, Donald KNOTT, C. W. KNOX,Ellen KOBAYASHI, Takeshi KOHL, D. KOLBERT, C.. F. KOLOS, Wtadzimierz KONOWALOW,Daniel D. KOOSE, Werner O. iB. KOOYMAN, Edward C. KOPPEL, Horst Hans Georg KOTANI, Masao KOUTECKY, Jaroslav KRAUSS, Morris KREBS, Sir Hans (Adolf) KRISHNAN, R._ S. KRIVOHIAVY, Jaro KRUGLYAK, Y. KRYNAUW, G. A. N. KUHN, Hans KUHN, ThomasS. KUKASAWA, Kenji KUMLER, W._ D. KURTI, Nicholas 336 C.29.7 C~11.3 C8041 G.19.21 C,20,1 B.39.20 C8041 F.7.4 C.30.1 A.5.5 ome | B.40.14 C5214 10 B.18.4, C.7.6, C.30.1 B.40.9 C.30.1 B.2el) BAS, £.30,2 G.19.22 C. 19.12, €. 22.8, Fr 1.3, G. 1055 A.8.3, B.20.4, G.10.6 C.30.2 C.30.2 CZ C.90.2 C..30.3 C.30u3 C330.3 Aw1T3.16 A.5.6 C.a0.e C.37.1 (see under Tarrant, G.T.P.) C.A. Coulson SAC 60/4/78 337 LABARRE, Jean-Frangois LACK, David Lambert LADIK, J. LAFORGUE, Alexandre L. V. C.30.4 C.30.4 G, 16.5 C.11.4 LAIDLAW, William George Bal2.2, Cul lao LAMB, Willis Eugene LAMBERT, R. N. LANCZOS, Cornelius LANDAUER, Rolf LANDSBERG, Peter T. LANG, Andrew Richard LANG, Leon LAPWOOD, E. Ralph LASKY, Melvin Jonah LAVERY, R. LAWRENCE, John W. LAYZER, David LEA, Douglas E. LEA, Eileen (Mrs. Douglas Lea) LECOMTE de NOUY, Mary LEDERBERG, Joshua LEDERMANN, Walter LEFEBVRE, Roland LEGGETT, D. LEHRER-ILAMED, Yehiel M. A. (Peter) LEMAN, G. A. LEMBERG, (Max) Rudolf LENNARD-JONES, Sir John (Edward) Medel C.30.4 C.30.4 E.13.8 C.8.7, C.30.4 B.20.5, C.30.4 G, 12.5 C.30.4 E.«13.6 Hellsd Fol wk C.30.4 A, 19.1, 3.80.7, B.35.3, B.35.11, B.37.1, C.7.8, C.21.1 (see under Dainton, F.S.) (see also A.3.3, B.20.12, B. 90.6, Es3.2, E64) A.15.13 A.14.1 C.30.4 E.4.] C.11.6, C.38.5 (see under Woolley, R.G.) E.13.8 C.30.5 C.30.5 C,30.5 A.2.2, A.3.3, A.3.6, B.31.1, B.31.8, 6.92.8, 8.33.2, 6.9/6, B.3/s/, C852, G.11.3 (see also A.19.8, B.11.2, B.25.1, B.27.4, 3.28.7, 2.26.13, B.31.3, B30, 14,-€.23,7, €227.4, C.28.5, E «6.5, E:7.7, G46} LESTER, George R. B.26.10, B.38.16 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 LEVINE, Michael LEVINE, Raphael David LEWIS, David Thomas LEWIS, Greville P. LEWIS, J. C. LEWIS, J.P. LEWIS, John Trevor LEWIS, R. LI, W. K. LIANG, W. Y. LIDE, David R. LIDIARD, Alan Brian LINDBERG, Bernt LINDERBERG, Jan LINDHOLM,Einar LINDSAY, Donald LINNETT, John (Jack) Wilfred LIPPERT, Ernst LIPSCOMB, William N. LIPSICH, H. David LISS, Alan R. LITTLEWOOD, D._ EE. LITTLEWOOD, John Edenson LOEBL, Ernest Moshe LOFTHOUSE, W. F. LOGAN, Sir Douglas (William) LOMER, William Michael LONG, Derek A. LONG, Vincent LONGUET-HIGGINS, Hugh Christopher 338 E.11.3 A.11.5, A.13.14, E.8.1, G.11.5, G.11.6 (see also G.13.1) C.30.5 C.30.5 C.30.5 D.5.4 G.11.7 B.4.8 C.30.6 B.40.11 C.30.6 A.2.9, B.17s1, E.8.3, G82, G.e12.1 (see also B. 13.4) C.30.6 C.30.6 C.30.6 C.30.6 A.2.9, B.26.10, C.1.17, C.17.8, E.2.6, E.3.1, E.4.3, E.6.5, Gil2.2 (see also A. 12.10) C.30.6 A.5.1, B.39.2, B.39.3, C.13.1, G.12.3 A.10.2 E.13.1 C.30.6 C.30.6 A.2.9, A.10.6, B.12.2, C.11.7 C.30.6 A.2.2 B.10.14, C.17.8, C.18.3, G.12.4 C.30.6 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 LONSDALE, Dame Kathleen LONSDALE, Marjorie LOOYENGA, Hans LORQUET, J. C. LOWDIN,Per-Olov LOWE, John P. LOWRY, H. V. LUARD, (David) Evan (Trant) LUCK, Werner 339 C.1.11, C.5.2, C.11.8, D.5.2, E.11.1, E.11.2, G.10.2 (see also B.13.8, D.5.6) see A.2.7 C.11.9 C.30.7 A.5.2, B.20.5, B.40.9, C.11.10, C.16.4, G.2.2 G.20.1 C.30.7 E.12.3 C.30.7 LUCKEN, E. A. C. C.29.5 (see under Jérgensen, C.K.) LUDLOW, Peter LUFT, Norbert W. LUKES, T. LUMBROSO,H. LUNIAK, Bruno LUTTKE, Wolfgang LUZ, Zeev LYKOS, Peter G. LYNCH, Brian M. LYNCH-BLOSSE, David LYNDEN-BELL, Donald (and Ruth) LYNESS, R. C. MA, James MA, S._ T. McCLURE, Donald S. MACCOLL, Allan McCONNELL, Taylor McCUBBIN, W. L. MACDONALD, David Keith Chalmers Cas C.30.7 C.30.7 C.30.7 C.30.7 C.30.7 B.40.13, C.11.11 B.39.19 €.30.7 E.13.1 C.30.7 C.00.7 C.31.1 C.31.1 C.31.1 B.36.11, B.37.12, E.13.1, G.13.1 (see also B.3.7) Fi#.5 Cidhel C.12.1 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 340 McDOWELL, Charles A. Cx31 sl McGEE, George I. MACGILLAVRAY, Caroline MACGILLIVRAY, Archibald Dean McGOWAN, John C. MACIAS, Antonio McINTOSH, Harold V. MACKAY, Donald MacCrimmon McKERRELL, Archie MACKEY, George W. McKINLAY, Robert A. MACKRODT, William Carlysle A A A A A N A A N N ole! 220-9. E223 a2. 5 (new .26.2 (see under Del Re, G.), C.31.1 i12.0,-©.31.1,-F-4.6 (ee also D.3.8) sols 2 C.12.4 Pe. G.13.2 McLACHIAN, Andrew D. C28. 1, Cr3152 MACLAGAN, Robert G. A. B.41.11, C.12.9 McLAREN, Bruce McLEAN,, KK... R. McLEOD, John Bryce MACMILLAN, Noel G. McMURRY, Henry Lewis McNAMEE, J. M. McNEILL, Donald J. McOMIE, John FF. W. MeVITTIE, C. G. McWEENY, Roy McWILLIAMS, D. MADDOX, John Royden MAGAT, Michel MAGEE, John L. MAGOR, Glanville T. MAHANTY, J. MAJID, Shamshad Ullah MAJORY, T. G. MAKIN, Doreen Cesiez B.4.8 Bolet, GC. aiee C3312 Coi7 16 Gest F.4,1 C312 A.2.2 A2.9, 8.2/7 «137 8-42.12, G.32.3 Gee under Murty, J.S.), G.14.6, G.14.7 (see also B.36.9) €.31.2 Efe, sealo. 0, Galo.3 AGTSL18,.C. 12.7 C.3le3 C.31.3 C31,3 €.3153 €3ilio3 B.42.10, G.13.4 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 MALLION, Roger Blakeney MALLONE, Ronald S. MANARESI, Rafaella MANDELBROTE, Benoit B. MANEY, A. S. MANGINI, Angelo MANN, C. Donald MANN, David E. MANN, W. R. MANNEBACK, C. MANNING, P,P. MANWELL, A. Raymond MARCH, Norman Henry MARGENAU, Henry MARGERISON, T. A. MARKEY,P. MARKHAM,Felix MARQUARD, C.D. MARQUARDT, Lutz MARSDEN, Arthur MARTENSSON, Olle MARTIN, D. MARTIN, R. MARXHEIMER, René B. Hz MASIH, Jacob MASLEN, Edward Norman MASLEN, Victor William MASON, Edward A. MASON, Frederick MASON, John MASON, Ronald 34] A.2.9, B.41.11, B.41.14, B.42.1 B.42.6, B.42.10 - B.42.12, B.43, G.19.22, Gs20.2, G.20.3, G.21.11 C.31.3, F.7.3 B.18.4 C.31.3 F.1.2 C.12.11, G.18.7 wl leap As 142, Bi ds2y Bs. 3252; 31.4, E.4.1 12.8 31.4 31.4 31.4 631.4 A D A A A n N n A F r B.38.17, G.13.5 - G.13.7 (see also B.38.15) C.31.4 E.7.9 C.31.4 C.8.9 C.31.4 C.12.12 C.31.4 C.31.5 C.31.5 B.20.10, C.31.5 C.31.5 C.31.5 B.12.2, C.31.5 A.10.5, G.14.1, G.14.2 (see also B.19.7) C.31.6 C.31.6 C.31.6 C.31,6, AaZ 2 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 342 MASON, Stephen F. MASSE, J. MASSE-BARLOCHER, Maria L. Co IF C.31.6 C.31.6 MASSEY, Sir Harrie Stewart Wilson B.34.7, C.31.6 MATHER, Salya Haran MATHEW, N._ T. C3146 C.3167 MATHIESON, William Allan Cunningham B.16.2 MATSEN, Frederick Alfred A.5.1, A.6.6, C.12.13, C.31.7 MATSUBARA, Takeo MATSUMOTO, Takeo MAVROYANNIS, Constantin C.31.7 C.31.7 G.14.5 MAXWELL, (lan) Robert MAXWELL, W. D. MAXWELL, Winifred MAY, F. V. MAYER, Joseph E. MAYER, Rayner M. MAYERS, David Francis MEARS, Adrian MEHLER, Jacobo Rosenbach MEIR, Jw A. MENDELSOHN, Lawrence B. MENDOZA,E. MERER, Anthony J. MERTZ, Joseph H. METZGER, Jacques MEYER, Herbert MIDTDAL, John MILLEDGE, Judith MILLER, Harold MILLER, J. C. P. MILLIKAN, Robert Andrews MILLS, lan M. MILNE, William P. MILNER, Eric C. MINTON, Laurie o w «19.5, B.28s7, 6.3155, C.31.7 Y F iF al A A A F F A A N A A D N D A A N A M A O N N alt ool eB .26.2 (see under Dejak, C.) «17 ul .20.6, B.40.3, C.12.14, C.31.8 | .31.8 212.15 231, W O sale O C eal © O sale © els o O 631.8 .11.4, E.11.5 «a2el 5.4, C.32.1, E.9.4 .32.1 a O sues see B.28.2 G.19.22 A.2.2. (see also B.7.1 - B.7.4) C.12.17 C.32.1 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 343 MIRRLEES, James Alexander MISLIN, H. C32.) E.13.3 MITCHELL, Edgar William John Ba l7a ly Ced2,1 MITCHELL, Fred MOELWYN-HUGHES, E. A. MOFFITT, William E. MOISEIWITSCH, B. LL. MONROE, Elizabeth MONTEFIORE, Hugh William MOODY, Gordon E. MORDAUNT, George Robert MORICONI, Emil J. MORRIS, C. R. MORRIS, Denis MOSER, Carl M. MOTT, Sir Nevill Francis MROZOWSKI, S. MUCCI, Joseph F. MUCKLOW, E._ MULLER, A.M. Klaus E. MULLER, Norbert MULLIGAN, Joseph F. MULLIKEN, Robert Sanderson MUNSON, RR. John MURPHY, Frederick H. MURRELL, John N. MURTY, J. S. MUSHER, Jeremy I. MUTCH, Eric N. F.4.5 C.32,1 B.18.1, B.31.1, B.35.23, B.36.2, B.36.13, C.12.16 B.37.13 Cable D.2.8 C.32.1 C.12.18 A.9.1, C.32.1 F.7.9 C wo2e2 B.39.1, E.10.2, G.15.1 - G.15.3, G.18.5, G.18.6 A.13.18, B.18.2, G.14.1, G.15.4, H.6.5 B.39.14, C.32.2 G.20.4 C.32.2 C.32.2 C.12.19 C.32.2 A.5.7, B.18.4, C.12.19, C.17.2, G.15.5, G.15.6 (see also A.10.9 B.1.19, B.30.2) / C.32.2 E.13.3 A.2.9, G.12.20, C.19s1, ©.32.2, E.9.4 C.32.3 A.2.9, A.13.14, A.13.16, C.32.3 E536 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 a Af = NABARRO,Frank Reginald Nunes NAGAHARA,, Sigeru NAGAKURA, Saburo NAGAMIYA, T. NAIR, P. Madhavan NAKAJIMA, Takeshi NARASIMHAN, P. T. NASH, John Christopher NASH, T. NEBBIA, Giorgio NEEDHAM, Joseph NEEDHAM, Kenneth NEILSON, Alasdair Hewitt NELSON, K. LeRoi NESBET, Robert K. NEUBERGER, Albert NEWMAN, F. T. NEWTON, Marshall D. NIELSEN, Harald H. NIRA, Kazuo NIKITINE, S. NISHIKAWA,Tetsuji NISHIWAKI, Jane and Yasushi NOLLER, Carl R. A A A A A N Y 32.4 32.4 13.1 32.4 32.4 32.4 C.32.4 G.16.1 C.32.4 C.13.2 PaO? C.32.5 A A A A A N A A F A A D A A a N N sI3s1, Co 13.3 sa2e0 s8200 «abe wie) ~32.5 13.4 -6.6 ~32.6 32.6 ~32.6 32.6 «3206 NORMAN, Richard Oswald Chandler O 32.6 NORRINGTON,Sir Arthur (Lionel Pugh) NORTH, Christopher R. NOWACKI, W. NWACHUKU, Charles O. NYBURG,Stanley C. A.7.4 A.2.9 C.32.6 G.20.5 C.32.6 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 =«O-« OBI, Chike O'BRIEN, Mary Clare Milward OGAWA, Iwao OGSTON, Alexander George OHKI, Kosuke OHKUBO,K. OLEARI, Luigi C.32.7 C.32.7 C.32,7 C.32.7 C.32.7 Halts? C.13.5 O'LEARY, Brian Leonard B.43,-G.20.6 OLIFF, Raymond Walter OLIVER, Frank W. J. OLLIS, W. David C.13.6 E.13.9 B.15, B. 39.5 OOSTERHOFF, Luitzen J. A.6.7, C.1.14, C.32.8 ORGEL, Leslie Eleazer ORLANSKY, Daniel ORTEGA BLAKE, Ivan OSBORN, Byrle Jacob OSBORN, Mary OSBORN, S. B. OSBORNE, Denis Gordon OSBORNE, George R. OSTER, Gerald OWEN,Alan J. OWEN, D. OWEN, John C.13.7, C.20.8 G.20.7 G.20.8 C.32.8 €..32.8 C.32.8 C.32.8 F.7.4 C. the C.02.9 €. 32.9 C.32.9 -p- PADDOCK, Norman L. ddl, Este PAHARI, S. PAIGE, Christopher C. PAILIN, David A. PAIN, Nesta PAJUNEN, Petri Juhani C,33;] B.12.2 C.33.1 F.1.3 G.20.9 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 PALIT, Santi R. PALMER, Arthur PALMER, Michael H. PALMER, W. G. PANETH, Friedrich Adolf PAOLINI, Leonello PARKER, Keith PARKER, Kenneth PARMENTER, Richard PARR, Robert G. PARROTT, J. E. PARRY, G._ PARRY, Rw S. W. PARRY, Thomas PARSON, A. L. PARTINGTON, J. R. PASCHKIS, Victor PATAI, Saul PATEL, Jashbhai C. PATTERSON, Donald PATTON, A. Rae PAUL, Burton PAULING, Linus (Carl) PAULING, Peter PAUNCZ, Ruben PEACOCK, T. E. PEACOCKE, Arthur R. PEARCE, John PEARSON, W. B. PEAT, F. David PECK, Robert D. PEEK, James M. 346 G.6.3 C.14.2 C.33.1 C.33.1 C.33.1 C.33.1, E.2.3 C.33.2 C.14.1 A.7.6 B.42.11, C.17.2, G.16.3 C.33.2 B.15 C.33.2 D.4.9 C.33.2 B.10.13 E.11.1, E.11.3, E.11.4 B.17.4 A.10.9, C.33.2 C.33.2 C.33.2 C.33.2 B.3.9, C.11.1, C.18.8, G.7.9, G.16.3 (see also A.11.1, B.2.6, B.20.12, E.7.7) C.14.3 A.11.5, B.39.20, C.33.3 B.18.4 B.652, ©. 33.3 €.33.3 C.33.3 C.33.3 C.27.2 (see under Foster, M.B.) B.20.5 PEIERLS, Sir Rudolf (Ernst) a bef» Go 1S 18 PEKERIS, C. L. C.33.3 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 PELZER, H. PENN, Arthol R. C.33.3 Pil? oe 347 PENNEY, William George, Baron Penney of East Hendred B.26.10, B.33.7, G.7.4 (see also Boldely Badd.d) PENROSE, Oliver PENROSE, Roger PERKINS, Peter G. PETERS, David PETTITT, Brian Ackroyd PHILLIPS, Eric PHILLIPS, Glyn O. PHILLIPS, James C. PHILLIPS, S. -E. L. PHILPOT, J. St. L. PHYTHIAN, J. Edward PICKERING, Sir George White PICKERING, Judith PICKUP, Barry T. PILAR, Frank Louis PIMENTEL, George C. PINCHERLE, Leo PINNINGTON, John PIRENNE, M._ H. PIRIE, Antoinette PIRIE, Norman Wingate PITT, G. J. PITT, Philip PITTS, Eric PITTS, James N. PITTWELL, Laurence R. PITZER, Kenneth S. PLANCK, Max PLATT, John R. PLATTNER, P. A. PLOWMAN, A. E.9.4 A.13.16, E.9.4 C.33.4 B.39.20 G.20.10 C. 33.4 A 33.4 N A N A A A D A D T A A A A A A | .33.4 .33.4 233.9 33.5 1908 03-5 soon, E..2, AaB «14,4 lA 14.6, C.33.5 233.5 U M -13.10 A M A a A A N A A N M N N N ason5 10.5, F.4.5 33.5 23300 14.7 o3000 10300 23d09 see D.7.2 A.5.1, €.33.6 A.5.8 (see also B. 38. 3) H.11.9 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 PLUVINAGE, Philippe POLANSKY, Oskar E. POLANYI, George POLANYI, Michael POLKINGHORNE, John Charlton POLLARD, William G. PONDY, P. R. POOLE, Michael Dines POPLE, John Anthony POPLE, Michael PORTER, Sir George PORTER, R. F. POTEAT, William H. POTIER, A. POTTS, Alexander Desmond POWELL, J. POWER, E. L. A. PRATT, Claire PRESENT, Richard PRESTON, George D. PREUSS, H. PRICE, A. J. PRICE, Albert Thomas PRICE, Charles C. PRICE, William Charles PRIESTLEY, John Boynton PRINGLE, G._ E. PRITCHARD, Huw O. PROSKAUER, E. S. PROSSER, Franklin PROUT, C. Keith PROWLES, David PRUCKNER, Franziska PRUDEN, D.C. 348 C.33.6 B.39.11, C.14.8 Ped wt A.13.8, C.33.6 G.18.2 C.33.6 C.33.6 B.23.7, B.40.5, B.40.7, B.40.9, B.41.5, G.16.5 B.38.12, C.23.7 (see under Benjamin, W.A.) G.16.6 A.9.6, C.33.6 B.20.7 C.33.6 C.33.6 C.14.9 C.33.6 E.9.4 C.33.7 C.33.7 C.33.7 C.33.7 (see also E.13.1) Laat C.33.7 C.33.7 B.18.4, B.35.10, C.14.10, E.4.3 Pi. Dat C3367 C.33.8 E.13.4 E.13.8 C.33.8 C.33.8 C.33.8 C.33.8 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 349 PRYCE, Maurice Henry Lecorney A.7.4, C.8.13, C.14.11 PULFER, James Douglas PULLIN, A. David E. PULLMAN, Alberte PULLMAN, Bernard G.20.11 G.20.12 G.16.6 A.6.4, B.38.4, C.8.1, G.16.6 PULVERTAFT, Robert James Valentine C.20.5 QUENOUILLE, M. H. QUINN, James C.33.8 C.33.8 RABEL, Gabriele RABIN, Michael O. RACE, Philip RADCLIFFE, J. Max RAGG, JohnR. G. RAI, D. K. RAMAGE, G._ R. RAMSEY, lan Thomas RANDALL, Sir John (Turton) RANDIC, Milan RANDOLPH, Michael RANKIN, J. RANKIN, Robert Alexander RANSIL, Bernard J. RAO, D. Vw. G. L. Narasimha RAO, K. Rangadhama RAO, N._ Rajeswara RATCLIFFE, John Ashworth RAUGHLEY,Ralph C. A.2.3 A.13.14 A.7.4 C.34.1 C.34.1 C.34.1, H.11.10 C.34.1 A.2.4, C.34.1 (see also D.7.9, D.12.7) A.2.2, A.2.8, C.4.4, C.34.2 A.10.10, B.20.9, C.15.1 E.13.8 H.11.11 E.9.4 C.34.2 Co And C.34.2 C.34.2 A.2.3 RAVEN, Charles Earle A.3.3, C.34.3, F.3.1 (see also C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 RAWLINS, A.D. RAYMENT, Trevor RAYNOR, J. B. READ, John REAM, William G. REDEI, Lajos B. B. REDGRAVE, Vanessa REDLIH, Selma REED, Paul REES, Ronald D. REID, C. REIMAN, A. L. REINER, John M. REISS, Howard REMICK, A. E. RHOADES, Esther B. RHODERICK, E. H. RICHARDS, Sir Rex (Edward) 350 B.10.6 G.21.1 C.34,3 C.34.3 C5403 B.14.3, B.14.4 (see also B. 14.2) C.34.3 C.34.3 G,21.2 Fava! C.34.3 C.34.3 C.34.3 C.34.4 C.34.4 F.lsd B.14.3, B.14.4 H.7.5, H.7.6 RICHARDS, William Graham B.2.13, B.41.5, C.15.2, C.34.4 RICHARDSON, Alan RICHARDSON, Lewis Fry RICKMAN, John RIDEAL, Sir Eric Keightley RIDLEY, Richard O. RIGG, Martin RILEY, D. P. RILEY, Harry Lister RISSER, William Leigh RITER, John R. RIVAIL, Jean-Louis ROBB, Michael A. ROBERTS, Gwilym O. ROBERTS, John D. ROBERTS, P. John D.4.4 C.34.4 see D.7.9 A F A A N A A N A N A A A N A A N A A N N A 215.3 . 37.13, C.34.4 34.5 34.5 15.4 1555 «15.6 Laur .15.8 34.5 6159, Gi2,l ~ 15.32 ROBERTSON, F. C. Ford C.34.5 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 35] ROBERTSON, Gerald Noel van der Horst B.42.9, C.15.10, C.15.11 ROBERTSON, Harry H. ROBERTSON, John H. ROBERTSON, John Monteath ROBINSON, David Z. ROBINSON, Harold Roper C.16.1 C.34.5 B.97.9, C.16s2, C1788 C.34.5 C.16.3 ROBINSON, Peter David C.5.6, C.16.4, G.16.7 ROBINSON, Preston ROBINSON, Sir Robert ROCHE, AnneLise RODDA, S. RODGER, A. B. ROE, Edna M. F. R@EGGEN, Inge Arvid ROGERS, Claude Ambrose ROGERS, Maurice Arthur Thorold ROGERS, Max T. ROGOWSKI, Fritz P. ROLLETT, A. ROLLETT, John Sydney ROOTHAAN, Clements C.J. ROSBAUD, Paul ROSE, T. A. ROSENBAUM, Robert A. ROSENHEAD, Louis ROSENQUIST,T. ROSS, D. ROSS, D. K. M. ROSS, lan D. ROSSINI, Frederick D. ROTHEN, Alexandre ROUVRAY, Dennis H. ROWLAND, P. R. ROWLINSON, John Shipley C.34.5 C.34.5 C.34.5 C.34.5 F763 C.16.5 (see also B.3.7) G.21.3 E.9.4 E.3.6 C.16.6 C.34.6 C.34.6 B.9.3, B.24.5, C.16.7, E.13.8, G.10.6, H.9.3 C.34.6 ® B a Pui N D A F P F A A T F A A A A M T - 34.6 .16.8, C.34.6 «6.9, E555, Het. 2, Hales wlale 16.9 34.7 10.5 - 16.10 34.7 16.11 34.7 O s h y C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 RUCK KEENE, J. R. RUDOLPH, oH. OD. RUEDENBERG,Klaus RUPP, Ernest Gordon RUSHBROOKE, George Stanley RUSSELL, Colin A. RUSSELL, Sir (Edward) John RUSTON, W. R. RUTHERFORD, Daniel E. 352 B.3.9 C.34.7 C.34.7 C.34.7 A.3.6, A.14.2, B.22.7, B.33.8, B.35.7, B.36.3, B.36.5, B.36.12, C.3.3, E.5.5, E.5.6, G.16.7 (see also B.31.5, B.33.9, B.34.2) B.18.4 C.34.7 C.34.7 B.37.2, C.16.12, C.28.4 (see under Henderson, J.) RUTHERFORD, Ernest (Baron Rutherford see A.19.8, C.8.6 of Nelson) RYAN, Francis J. SACK, Henri SADDINGTON, Denis SADLER, D. H. SAHNI, Roop Chand SALAM, Abdus SALEM, Lionel SAMET, Paul A. SANDORFY, Camille SANE, K. V. SANNIGRAHI, A.B. SANTOS, Emilio C.34.7 C.35.1 Credo! C.35.1 Caddul Gs6s7 C.17<] E.5.5 C.35,1 C2355] C2561 Cotds | SAPUNOV, Georgi Ivanovitch A.8.2, C.35.1 SARGANT, Tom SARMA, C-R. SATO, Toshio SATURNO,Antony F. SAUGMAN, Per C.d5.2 C.35.2 G.8.3 C.35.2 (see also B. 17.7) E13. 1 353 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 SAWYER, Warwick SCARF, Frank SCHAAD, Lawrence Joseph SCHAFFNER, Kenneth F. SCHERR, Charles W. SCHIFF, B. SCHLAPP, Robert (Robin) SCHMID, E._ D. A «B02 A A A A A A N Q «OOue al? oe 35.2 pad 35.3 35.3 «17.3, Ci35u3 SCHMIDT, Gerhard M. J. O 17.4, C.35.3 SCHNEIDER, B. SCHNEPP, Otto SCHNURMANN, Robert SCHOENBERG, David SCHOENTAL, R. SCHOFIELD, R. Kenworthy SCHOONMAKER, Richard C. SCHORPP, Karl Theodor SCHRAUZER, G. N. SCHULTZ, G. V. SCHWARTZ, Maurice Edward SCHWARZENBERGER, R. L. E. SCOTT, D. Bernard SCRIBNER, John SEAMAN, C. R. PiZ of C.17.5, €.35.4 C.35.4, G.4.5 G. 13.5 B.37.3, C.35.4 C.35.4 C.17.6 G.21.4 C.35.4 C.35.4 C.17.7 E.9.4 C.35.4, H.8.5 Cc .35.4 C .35.4 SEARLE, George Frederick Charles A.3.3, B.30.8, D.1.2 SEDDON, K. R. SEKI, Sy6zd SEKIYA, Paul M. SENENT, Salvador SETTON, Ralph SEWELL, Geoffrey L. SEWELL, M. J. SEYMOUR, RC. C.35.4 B.18.4, C.35.4 C.35.5 A 9.1, C.17.8, C.18.1 A A A 235.5 .18.2 -35.5 O 3565 SHARMA, Chandra Shekhar > .2.9, C.26.6 (see under Eliezer, I.), G.17.1, G.17.2 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 SHARMAN, R. V. SHAW, Gilbert B. SHAW, Ronald SHAYER, M. SHELTON, H._ S. SHERRY, Peter Burum SHIDA, Shoji SHKLARSKY, E. SHOPPEE, Charles William SHORIGIN, P. SHUKLA, Awaneesh Chandra SHULL, Harrison SHUN, Dick-Huck SIDMAN, Jerome W. SILVERMAN, Jeremiah N. SILVERSTONE, Harris J. SIM, A. C. SIMON, Sir Francis (Eugene) SIMON, J. SIMONETTA, Massimo SIMPSON, J. C. E. SIMPSON, Oliver SIMPSON, William T. SINANOGLU, Oktay SINGER, Konrad SINGH, Lakhbir SISLER, Harry H. SKANCKE, Per Njal SKINNER, H. A. SKELL, Philip S. SKLAR, A. L. SLATER, John C. SLATER, Noel B. 354 C.35,6 G2145 C. 35.6 C.35.6 C.95.6 C.18.3 C.35.6 C.35.6 C.35.6 C837 C.35.7 C.1.17, C.35.7, G.3.4 (see also B.1.19) G.21.6 C.35.7 A O .35.8 r Y -10.6 A -35.8 A N A 35.8 35.8 .35.8 C.35.8 B.14.3, B.14.4 C.35.8 C.35.8 E.9.4 C.35.8 C.35.9 C.18.4 B.18.4, C.18.5, C.35.9 C.35.9 C.35.9 A.5.1, B.20.5, C.18.6 A.8.8, Bs 35.19, C. 18.7, C.35.9 SLOWINSKI, Emil J. As29, Gi I73 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 SMILJANSKI, Smiljana SMITH, Cedric A. B. SMITH, C.J. SMITH, Darwin Waldron SMITH, E. A. SMITH, Frederick A. SMITH, Grant Gill SMITH, John SMITH, J. W. SMITH, Kenneth SMITH, Robin A. SMITH, Valerie SMITH, W. V. SMOKER, Paul SMYTHE, Tony SNEDDON, lan Naismith SNODGRASS, Neil S. SNOOK, lan SOKOLOFF, Jack SOKOLOV, N. D. SOLYMAR,L. SOMMER, J. W. E. SONDHEIMER, Franz SOPER, Thomas P. SORENSEN, Michael SOUTHAM, B. C. SPARNAAY, M. J. SPEAKMAN, J.C. SPEISER, Rudolph SPENCER, M. SPIERS, J. A. SPONER, H. STACHNIEWSKI, J. A. STAINIER, F.C. STAMPER, John Geoffrey 355 A A A A A A A N N A 259 ser coe . 18.8 «aos? aoa? «aoa? .35.9 ane? C.35.9, E.13.2 E.10.3 C0509 B.20.5 C3529 F.7d C.36.1 B.3.4 G.6.4 C236. 1 A.8.1 (see also A.11.1) C.18.9 F.2.4 C.23.4 (see under Bacon, G.E.), C.36.1 B.16.2 F.1.7 E.13.8 CG. 3651 C.36.1 C.36.1 C.36.1 C.37.7 (see under Vargese, V.) AsS.7, Bui 28, CeBs2 C.36.2 C..86,2 C.19.1 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 STAMPS, Jeffrey STANSFIELD, Roger G. STAPLETON, H. E. STEAD, Peter A. STEARE, C. STEIN, Gabriel STEPHEN, Michael John STEPHEN, Richard O,. STEPHENS, E. J. STEPHENS, J. F. STEVENSON, David P. STEWART, Eric Theal STEWARTSON, Keith STOCKER, David STOECKLI,H. F. STONE, Antony P. STONER, EdmundClifton STOPES-ROE, Harry V. STOPFORD, John Sebastian Bach (Baron Stopford of Fallowfield) STOUT, J. W. STRACHAN, Charles STRATTON, Julius Adams STRAUSS, Herbert Leopold STREITWIESER, Andrew STRONG, Laurence E. STYLE, D. W. G. SUCHET, Jacques P. SULLIVAN, C. WN SUTCLIFFE, Brian 356 36.2 A 36.2 36.2 A A A A F A 019.2 36.2 36.2 7.2, A.11.5, A.13.14, C.36.2 A N N A . 36.3 36.3 . 36.3 om 36.3 G.17.4 - G.17.6 (see also B. 17.4) E,1é.5 C.38.7 (see under Wray, J.G.), G.17.7 (see also B. 14.2) C. 36.3 Gy 36.4 C. 36.4, G.14.6 Cs. 36.4 D. 4.2 E.6.3 A. om Ce 14.2, C.19.3, C.36.4 36.4 19.4 Bi23e7, Ca 19d E4247 Ca 19.6 Cc. 36.5 E.13.6 Ce 36.5 SUTHERLAND, Sir Gordon (Brims C.. 19.7, €.36,5, B.7.5 Black Maclvor) SUTTON, Leslie Ernest Bed? 12, Cr 18.7, Gi20.6, EJ2e1, G.17.8, H.7.5 SWAINGER, Keith H. Ge 36.5 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 SYKES, Keith W. SYMONS, Martyn Cc. R. SZABO,|. SZASZ, George SZENT-GYORGYI, Albert SZONDY, Tamas SZWARC, Michael M. TABOURY, F. J. TAFT, Robert W. Jr. TAGG, E. Donovan TANIMOTO,I. TAPP, E. T. J. TARRANT, Gerald T. P. TAVARES, Maria Amélia TAYLOR, A. TAYLOR, Aagje J. (née Buzeman) (see also Taylor, Robert A., C.19. 10) TAYLOR, Revd. Alfred E. TAYLOR, Arnold TAYLOR, Atu Mensa TAYLOR, C. TAYLOR, Sir Geoffrey (Ingram) TAYLOR, John G. TAYLOR, Robert A. (see also Taylor, Aagje, C.19.8) TAYLOR, W. H. TAYLOR, William J. TEMPERLEY, Hugh Neville V. TEMPLE, George Frederick James 357 C.36.5 C.36.6 Asad A.11.4, C.36.6 C.36.6 A.9.2 C.36.6 C.37.1 A.7.6, C.37.1 B.4.8, C.37.1 C.37.1 F.1.6 C.97.1 G.21.7 C.37.2 C.19.8 Ca a7 02 Cael uk CaT9e ell let B.28.2 B.41.6, C.37.2, E.9.4, G.16.1 C.19.10 Col ok C.37.2 C.29.6 (see under Kastelyn, P.W.), C.37.2; E94 H.2.2, H.8.3 (see also A.13.13, D.2.2, D.7.7) TER HAAR,Dirk C,3/.2, Esl3.7 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 TEZAK,B. THAKUR, S. N. THEWLISS, J. THIRUNAMACHANDRAN,T. THOMAS, Iran L. THOMAS, John M. THOMAS, Michael Walter THOMAS, N. THOMAS, Rt. Hon. (Thomas) George THOMAS, W. J. Orville THOMPSON, Edward Crossley THOMPSON,Sir Harold (Warris) 358 E.13.2 C.37.2 B.19.5 C.37.3, E.2.3 597.3 C.37.3, E.9.4 G.21.8 C.37.3 A.2.7 A.2.9, C.37.3 _E.8.7, H.8.1 - H.8.4 A.10.3, B.37.15, B.39.12, C.19.11, C.a7 53, E1359 THOMPSON, John Harold Crossley E.13.8, H.2.2, H.9.3 THOMSON, Colin THOMSON, Sir George (Paget) C.37.3 A.13.18 THOMSON, Sir Joseph John A.3.3 (see also A. 19.8) THOMSON, Sydney THORPE, Edith GCe0/ e3 C.37.4 THORPE, William Homan C.37.4, D.1.4 THORSON, Walter R. THROWER, Peter A. THURAIRAJAN, P. THWAITES, Bryan THYAGARAJAN, B.S. TIBBS, Stanley R. TILNEY, A. G. Bu24<7, C. 19.12, G21 C.37.4 C.37.4 Evs7, Biel C.37.4 C.37.4 C.37.4 TITCHMARSH, Edward Charles H.3.3, H.8.1, H.9.3 (see also B.13.5) TODD, Alexander Robertus, Baron B.26.10 Todd of Trumpington TODD, W._ R. TOMBE, Stanislaus Awad TOMITA, Kazuhisa TOMPA, Hans Cc 37.4 Cc al id c 19.13 C.9745 Cc ah Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 TOMPKINS, Frederick Clifford TORKINGTON, P. TOUGH, Robert John Alexander TOWNSEND,Bill B. TRELOAR, L. RR. G. TRENDALL, E.R. TRICKER, 'R.. TRINAJSTIC, Nenad “A. -'R. TROTTER, James TSUDA, Keishiri TUBIS, Arnold TUCKER, Eric S. TUDOR-JONES, Goronwy TULINSKY, Alexander TURNBULL, Herbert Westren TURNER, Almon George TURNER, David Warren TURNER, G. A. TWINING, R. HH. TWINN, Kenneth 359 a a B.19.5, B.40.13, C.27.1 (see under Fajans, K.) C5375 G.21.10 C.37.5 37.5 75 37.5 tas G. Zell 19.14 7.6 37.6 a A A A C A n N N — ® @ 7 O elie sil 37.6 F O 37.6 . O A A O N O 217.16 37.6 a1. 17 23/20 37.6 TYNAN, Kenneth Peacock — N N o UBBELOHDE, Alfred Rene John Paul PD 6,26. 3/37 -U- UMEDA, Kwai UNWIN, Peter C. UREY, Harold Clayton URI, N. C.37.7 A.2.9, Co a7 .7 B.33.3 C.3/.7 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 VACIAGO, Alessandro VAN ARTSDALEN, E.R. VAN DER NEUT, R. ON. VAN DER WAALS, John H. VAN HOVE, Léon VAN RHIJN, P. J. VAN RYSSELBERGE, Pierre VARGHESE, V. C. VELLER, Alfred VENABLE, William Mayo VENABLES, John A. VENKATESAN, K. VERHOOGEN, J. VERMEULEN, Leon A. VERNEY, Stephen E. VERWEY, E. J. W. VIDWANS, DD. H. VINCENT, John J. VIRDEN, Jonathan J. VLIEGENTHART, J. A. VOL'FKOVICH, S. WAACK, Richard WADE-WRIGHT, P. P.. WAGNER, Edward Lewis WAHL, Arnold Christian WAKINSHAW, W. H. WAIT, Peter L. K. WALKER, Derek WALKER, Gavern T. WALKER, S. WALLACE, Philip R. 360 C.20.1 C.37.8 C.37.8 G.18.1 A.13.12, €.37 8 A A A N A r A A A n N n A F 9 oars 8 «d/ 48 37.8 37.9 2.9 wal 7 ea? e? 37.9 «d/o? 37 7 «Pod 37.9 Fil we C97 9 C.97.9 B.2.9 C.38.1 As ITs C. 20.2 C.38.1 C.38.1 E.13.5 F./ a3 C.38.1 C.38.1 C.38.1 C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 WALMSLEY, Mary WALSH, Arthur Donald WALTER,Robert |. WARHURST, Ernest WARREN, J. W. WASSERMAN, Arthur WATERS, William Alexander WATKINS, George D. WATKINS, Margaret WAUGH, William Anthony O'Neill WEARING, H. WEATHERALL, R. WEATHERHEAD,Leslie D. WEAVER, Henry 361 G.18.2, G.18.3 B (s .18.4, B.36.12, C.20.3, C.20.8 ee also B.3.7) c A C C B C C C C F Bel, Ass? «13.18, €.38.1 . 38.1 .20.4 .37.8, C.38.1 . 38.2 . 38.2 «20.5 38.2 Fal A.16.15 E 13.1 WEAVER, Ronald Frederic B .2.13, G.18.4 WEAVER, Warren WEBB, J.B. WEBSTER, Brian Charles WEINHOLD, Frank Albert WEINSTEIN, Alexander WEISS, Joseph J. WEISS, R. J. WELLINGTON, John H. WEPSTER, B. M. WERKHEISER, Anne H. WERTZ, John E. WEST, Jennifer (Sister Mary Jennifer) WESTWOOD, Judith WHEATLEY, P. J. WHEELER, T. S. WHELAND, G._ William WHIFFEN, David Hardy WHITE, Gilbert WHITE, Ronald Joseph Cc 38.2 A.7.1 990522, C206 s F «15, Ce20.7 38.2 .39.9, B.37s18, C.20,8, Cs20,9 . 38.2 038.2 .20.2, C.38.2 38.2 . 38.2 38.2 -20.10 037.3, C.38.3 38.3 i201, C.20.8, C.38.3, G. 15.5 .26.10, C.38.3, E.9.4 130d 41.9, C.21.1 A F A A F A A N D A D A A N D F A O F y r r a m C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 WHITEHEAD, D._ S. WHITEHEAD, Michael Anthony WHITELEY, A. J. WHITTAKER, Sir Edmund Tayl or WHITTLE, Peter WIEBENGA, Eelko Herman WILKES, Maurice Vincent 362 H.6.5 G.21.12 €:36.3 A.2.2, C.38.3 E.9.4 C.21.2, £.2.3 C.28e0, E.0.4 = E.5.6, G. 18.5, H.6.5 WILKINSON, James Hardy H.6.5 WILLE, Franz WILLIAMS, David John WILLIAMS, Dennis R. WILLIAMS, Graham WILLIAMS, M. L. WILLIAMS, Robert Joseph Paton WILLIAMS, Trevor WILLINK, Sir Henry Urmston WILLIS, B. Terence M. WILLIS, Roy F. C.21.3-C.21.5 G.18.5, G.18.6 C.21 48 E.9.4 H. 11.13 O 38.3 m M 13.3 D T glen A n :3.1, G,2Z1.8 38.4 WILLMORE, J. Thomas r m n 9.4 WILSON, Sir Alan (Herries) WILSON, E. Bright WILSON, E. M. WILSON, J. WILSON, Katharine M. WILSON, N. WILSON HARRIS, H. WIMMERS, W. WINCKLER, W. H. G. WIRTZ, Karl WISE, M. E. WISWESSER, William J. WITHERS, Ronald F. WITKOWSKI, Andrzej J. a o r A | ™ T A A A O ) T T ™ ” N N N 38.4 2.9, B.15, C.12.16, C.20.7, C.21.6, 38.4 5.4 38.4 38.4 . 38.4 af wf 13.6 38.4 . 38.4 38.4 C.21.7 133.1 C.38.4 363 Cc ae Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 WOHLFARTH, E. P. WOLLENBERG,, Lionel Stuart WOOD, D. O. WOOD,Leslie C. WOODRUFF, Harold A. WOODS, Robin WOODS, S. Derek WOODWARD, Ida WOODWARD, P.M. WOOLLEY, R. Guy WOOLNOUGH, Brian E. WORMAL, W. Gerald WORMELL, R. LL. C.38.5 C.21.8 E.10.6 H.8.6 C.38.5 F.6.8 C..38.5 C.. 508 G.13.3 C.38.5 C.38.6 A.7.4 C.38.6 WORRALL, A. Stanley C, 38.6, F.le2 WORSLEY, Beatrice H. WORT, Richard WRAY, James G. WREN- LEWIS, John WRIGHT, David WRIGHT, George F. WRIGHT, Hugh WRIGHT, J. L. WRIGHT, William David WULFMAN, Carl Eugene WYBOURNE, Brian G. WYLLIE, George WYNNE-JONES, William Francis Kenrick (Baron Wynne-Jones of Abergele) YAMAGUCHI, Tasuku YASUI, Kaoru YATES, E. Leighton a 08.0 C.38.7 C.38.7 B.23.7, C.38.7, D.4.2, E.3.6 C.38.7 C0057 C.38.7 E.13.6 F.4.6 C.22.1, B.24.6 (see also B.2.11) C.38.8 C.22.2 Cudsd C.38.8 F.7.4 C.38.8 Cc A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 YEAXLEE, Basil YONEDA, Hayami YOSHIZUMI, Hiroyuki YOUNG, Andrew YOUNG, D. A. YOUNG, Edgar P. YOUNG, John Zachary YOUNGSON, Martin ZAHRADNIK, Rudolf ZALEWSKI, Kacper ZAULI, Carlo ZENER, Clarence ZIMAN, John Michael ZUBAY, Geoffrey ZUCKER, I. J. ZUNGER, Alex ZVEGINTZOV, M. 364 B.27.5, C.38.8, F.7.8 C2389 Cu22ad E.5.6 B.40.11 Fi/ a9 see D.7.9 G.21.13 B.2.12, C.38.9, G.6.4 C.22.4 B.40.3, G.18.7 C, 38.9 A.11.3, B.16.1, B.16.2, C.38.9, E. 10.6, 4.9.3 Oe COB? C.38.9 E.7.6