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THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Report on the correspondence and papers of CHRISTOPHER HINTON, BARON HINTON OF BANKSIDE (1901-1983) engineer Vol I deposited in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Reproduced for the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre (CSAC 116/7/86) by THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Quality House, Quality Court, Chancery Lane London WC2A 1HP 1986 All rights reserved No 86/16 CSAC 116/7/86 CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE British National Committee for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology under the guidance of the Royal Society’s Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of CHRISTOPHER HINTON OM, KBE, FRS, FEng BARON HINTON OF BANKSIDE (1901 - 1983) Compiled by: Jeannine Alton Peter Harper Margaret Erskine VOLUME| List of contents General Intruduction Sections A - E Deposited at The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London 1986 All rights reserved Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 1 The work of the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre, and the production of this catalogue, are made possible by the support of the following societies and institutions: The Biochemical Society The Charles Babbage Foundation for the History of Information Processing The Institute of Physics The Institution of Electrical Engineers The Institution of Mechanical Engineers The Nuffield Foundation The Rhodes Trustees The Royal Society of London The Wolfson Foundation Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 2 NOT ALL THE MATERIAL IN THE COLLECTION IS YET AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION. ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED IN THE FIRST INSTANCE TO: THE LIBRARIAN, THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, LONDON, SWIH 9JJ. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 3 LIST OF CONTENTS Items GENERAL INTRODUCTION SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTO - BIOGRAPHICAL A.1-A.231 A.1 -A.12 Autobiographical writings A.13 -A.117 Diaries A.118-A.133 Biographical articles and material A.134-A. 221 Career and honours A.222-A.226A Family and personal correspondence A.227-A.231 Miscellaneous SECTION B ENERGY B.1-B.144 B.1 -B.58 Lectures B.59 -B.141 General correspondence and papers B.142-B.144 Background material SECTION C ENGINEERING C.1-C.266 Cc.) =C.6 American Society of Mechanical Engineers C.7 British Association Co-ordinating Group C.8 -C.75 Council of Engineering Institutions (CEI) With an introductory note C.76 -C.248 Fellowship of Engineering C.249 C.250 With an introductory note Institution of Civil Engineers Institution of Electrical Engineers 13 14 17 2] 24 35 36 36 43 52 53 54 54 54 62 7\ 71 Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 Items Page C.251-C.260 Institution of Mechanical Engineers C.261-C.264 National Academy of Engineering C.265, C.266 National Academy of Engineering (Mexico) SECTION D HOUSE OF LORDS D.1-D.176 Introduction to Section D D.1 -D.20 General correspondence D.21 -D.107 European Communities Committee (Sub- committee F) D.108-D.127 European Communities Committee (Sub- committee G) D.128-D.142 Select Committees (Private Bills) D.143-D.172 Speeches in debates D.173-D.176 Printed and duplicated material SECTION E UNIVERSITY OF BATH E.1-E.65 Introduction to Section E Pel “EW General correspondence E.8 -E.10 Development appeal E.11-E.14 Appointments hate E.16 Convocation University Court E.17-E.19 Degree Congregations E.20-E.65 Speeches, addresses, writings 7) 72 73 74 76 78 86 88 89 92 93 93 95 7 96 96 96 97 97 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 Items Page SECTION F LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS F.t=F.229 F.1 -F.109 Speeches and lectures With an introductory note F.110-F.113 Radio and television F.114-F.14] Articles With an introductory note F.142-F.198 Books F.199-F:.207 Book reviews F.208-F.212 Letters to the press F.213-F.228 Correspondence with publishers and editors SECTION G CONSULTANCIES G.1-G.83 G.1 Electricity Council G.2-G.8 Ministry of Transport With an introductory note G.9-G.83 World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development) SECTION H SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS H.1-H.161 H.1, H.2 Cambridge University Engineers' Association H.3 H.4 H.5 City University Dulwich Society Economic Research Council H.6-H.8 European Academy of Arts, Sciences and Human ities H.9 European Nuclear Society 102 102 107 118 122 129 130 13] 134 134 135 136 143 144 144 144 144 145 145 Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 Items H.10-H.12 Opportunities for the Disabled H.13-H.16 Osterreichischer Gewerbeverein H.17 Royal Institution H.18-H.41 Royal Society H.42-H.161 World Energy Conference With an introductory note SECTION J CORRESPONDENCE J.1-J.84 Introduction to Section J J. =d5 62 Correspondence with individuals and organisations J.70-J.72 Shorter unindexed correspondence J.73-J.79 References, appointments, recommendations J.80-J.84 Daily carbons SECTION K NON-PRINT MATERIAL K.1-K.36 K.1 -K.18 Photograph albums K.19-K.29 Loose photographs K.30-K.34 Slides K.35 K.36 Film Gramophone records INDEX OF INDIVIDUALS, ORGANISATIONS AND FIRMS 145 146 146 148 163 163 164 170 170 171 172 172 174 175 176 176 177 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 7 GENERAL INTRODUCTION The collection was received via The Institution of Mechanical Engineers in September and October 1984 and December 1985. It represents Hinton's selection of the material in his possession. The many requests he received for information on the historical events he had witnessed, notably perhaps the contacts with M.M. Gowing during the preparation of her history of the British atomic energy project and the consequent writing of his own memoirs, had en- couraged an interest in history. His service on the Royal Society's Sub-committee on Contemporary Scientific Archives had contributed to his sense of the problems involved in evaluating and sorting the extensive accumulation of paper amassed by distinguished public figures. Accordingly he and his long-time secretary, Phyllis Ellis, conducted regular pruning exercises on his papers. Many of the folders in which the material was received bore dates 'Examined by Lord Hinton', some as early as 1972 but mainly between February 1979 and April 1982; thus, while some material may be missing, what remains is what he deemedof interest. Another feature is his bringing together of documents on a particular topic, with his own title and comments (for example, the grouping of lectures on atomic energy and electricity supply) and his frequent and outspoken manuscript comments on letters, articles or other documents which he received. Attention is drawn to these features in the relevant catalogue entries. OUTLINE OF THE CAREER OF LORD HINTON OF BANKSIDE Lord Hinton was born at Tisbury, Wiltshire, in 1901. The son of a school - master, he became at 16 an engineering apprentice with the Great Western Railway at Swindon. He regarded the six years he spent there, first on the shop floor and then in the drawing office, as the foundation of his subsequent success in engineering. At 22 he was awarded the William Henry Allen scholarship by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers which sent him to Trinity College, Cambridge. He took a first class degree in the Mechanical Sciences Tripos in two years, spending the final year on research under Sir Charles Inglis on vibration of railway bridges. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 8 Hinton's first post on leaving Cambridge was on the staff of Brunner Mond & Company (later part of ICI) where he became Chief Engineer at the remarkable age of 29. In 1940 he was seconded to the Ministry of Supply becoming, in 1942, Deputy At the end of the war he Director General in charge of the Royal Filling Factories. was asked to take charge of the production organisation of the newly-formed Depart - ment of Atomic Energy and when the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) was set up in 1954 he became a Memberof the Board and Managing Director of the In the ten years 1946-1956 his organisation was responsible for Industrial Group. designing and building the factory at Springfields for extracting uranium from ore, purifying it and making it into fuel elements for the nuclear reactors, for building Windseale with its production piles and its immensely complex chemical plants, the diffusion plant at Capenhurst, the first industrial nuclear plant at Calder Hall and the fast breeder reactor with its ancillary fuel element and chemical plants at Dounreay . In 1957 Hinton became the first chairman of the newly-created Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) - a position he held until his retirement from full-time salaried employment in 1964. the development of the Board's research organisation; this interest continued into retire- ment, and indeed up to his death in 1983, in his capacity as Deputy Chairman of the Hinton's chairmanship of the CEGB was also Electricity Supply Research Council. marked by his great sensitivity to the problems of visual amenity which the Board's programme of generation and transmission construction work necessarily involved. One of Hinton's interests during his chairmanship was Although Hinton (in the last chapter of his unpublished autobiography) des- cribes his immediate post-retirement activities as those of an 'odd job man' he never - theless continued to make many important contributions to the public service. he worked for six months in the Ministry of Transport and afterwards became a Special Adviser to the World Bank. Committee of the World Energy Conference (WEC) 1962-1968 retaining an interest in its affairs for the rest of his life. having been made a life peer in 1965. He served as Chairman of the International Executive In 1965 He was an active member of the House of Lords He was a highly successful first Chancellor In particular, the years of retirement enabled of the University of Bath 1966-1980. Hinton to involve himself with the activities and organisation of the engineering Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 9 profession. He was President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers 1966-1967, Chairman of the MacRobert Award Evaluation Panel from the award's inception in 1969 to March 1977, President of the Council of Engineering Institutions (CEI) from 1976 and from 1976 to 1981 first President of the Fellowship of Engineering which he did so much to establish. DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION The collection is a substantial one. Although it cannot be said to present a full account of Hinton's life and work, being largely concerned with his later activities, it contains important documentation of his earlier career in the form of personal diaries, unpublished autobiographical writings, frequent allusions and reminiscences in corres- pondence with former colleagues, historians of science and others, not to mention his own comments and assessments written on folders or manuscripts. The papers are presented in the order shown in the List of Contents. Additional explanatory notes accompany many ofthe Sections, sub-sections and individual entries in the body of the catalogue. The following paragraphs aim only at drawing attention to matters of particular substance or interest. Section A (Biographical and autobiographical). In terms of historical interest this section is dominated by Hinton's unpublished autobiography and the 'non-secret' diaries on which it was based. The autobiography entitled 'The Memoirs of Christopher Hinton' (A.1-A.8) covers the period from its author's birth to the time of writing (1970) in 29 chapters and was supplemented by a ‘Memorandum of Activities from 1970 to 1980' (A.9) written in 1981 at the request of M.M. Gowing. The autobiography has been drawn upon in compiling catalogue entries and reference has been made fo it in the form 'Memoirs p. ...'. Hinton's personal diaries survive for the period 1941-1983; it is clear from the autobiography that he kept a diary from 1916-1923 but early diary entries survive only in abstracted form (A.13). Much of the remaining material in this section documents (albeit scantily) the events of his career, notably his successive moves to Swindon, Cambridge, ICI, Ministry of Supply, UKAEA and CEGB, and honours received, especially the knighthood, life peerage and Order of Merit. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 10 Section B (Energy). This section brings together lectures (selected and arranged by Hinton) on atomic energy and electricity supply and general correspondence and papers on the same topics. The atomic energy lectures include a number of items of particular interest, for example Hinton's notes for the Risley induction lecture (B .2) which formed the basis of the BBC radio series 'The ABC of Atomic Energy’ and the talk on .safety to the people of Thurso in respect of the first Dounreay fast breeder reactor (B.7). The section also includes the contents of Hinton's nuclear power files 'excluding AEA papers and BNFL', material for Hinton's two investigations of the Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor at Dounreay undertaken at the request of the Central Policy Review Staff in the mid-1970s and for his last work for the Electricity Supply Research Council, unfinished at his death in 1983, also on Fast Reactors. Section C (Engineering). This section documents Hinton's association with the various engineering institutions and organisations. Of special importance are papers relating to the Council of Engineering Institutions, 1967-1983, and the Fellowship of Engineering, 1975-1983. The CEI papers include the period of Hinton's Presidency and his work for the MacRobert Award which was administered by the CEI during Hinton's chairmanship of the evaluation panel. The Fellowship of Engineering papers record almost all aspects of its early years except the selection of fellows. Hinton's papers relating to the Finniston Committee of Enquiry into the Engineering Profession are presented in a separate subsection under the general heading Fellowship of Engineering . Section D (House of Lords). This section brings together correspondence and papers relating to Hinton's House of Lords committee work, especially the European Communities Committee and his contributions to debates, principally on energy and engineering questions. Section E (University of Bath). Although this is the smallest section in the catalogue, the surviving material documents well Hinton's contributions to the life of the university as its first Chancellor, including his work for the development appeal 1966-1968 and his addresses at degree congregations and other university occasions. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 1] Section F (Lectures and publications). This section brings together notes, drafts and correspondence for the very numerous lectures and articles by Hinton covering a period of over 30 years. It includes some work for radio and television and Hinton's books on Engineers and engineering (1970) and Heavy current electricity (1979) and his contribution on atomic power to the Clarendon Press's History of Technology (1978). Section G (Consultancies). Documentation for three consultancies under- taken by Hinton in retirement is presented here: the very slight material with the collection in respect of the Electricity Council, the more substantial record of the 1965 Ministry of Transport investigation and the especially full documentation of Hinton's work for the World Bank. This involved visits to Taiwan, Turkey, Brazil, East Africa and West Pakistan to assess projects and make recommendations. It was during a visit to East Africa that Hinton sustained an injury to his spine which left it permanently damaged. Section H (Societies and prganisations). This section brings together material relating principally to non-engineering organisations with which Hinton was associated. While some entries are relatively trivial, there are extensive sequences of material for the Royal Society and the World Energy Conference. Section J (Correspondence). This section is relatively slight since most of Hinton's correspondence on his many and varied activities was kept with the related material and has been left in place in the appropriate sections of the catalogue. Of interest however are the daily carbons, 1978-July 1983, which record Hinton's total activity over a given period and at the very end of his career. Section K (Non-print material). This section assembles a photographic record of Hinton's official career from the early 1950s. A photograph of Hinton as a GWR apprentice is the only one of him in the collection as a young man. The section also includes a 1956 film entitled 'Christopher Hinton' and gramophone records of Hinton's "ABC of atomic energy’ series for BBC radio. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 12 LOCATIONS OF OTHER MATERIAL This collection of Lord Hinton's papers comprises those in his possession at the time of his death. However, the records of his extremely important work for ICI, Ministry of Supply, UKAEA and CEGB were contained primarily in their own files and this catalogue cannot provide detailed guidance on these holdings. Information about the archives of ICI and CEGB should be sought from those bodies; Ministry of Supply and UKAEA papers are covered by the Public Records Act and will at the appro- priate time be available in the Public Record Office at Kew (UKAEA papers under the reference AB). This is also the case with the papers of the Production Group of the Authority which later became British Nuclear Fuels. Booklets giving the references to material used in M.M. Gowing's two volumes of Independence and Deterrence, the history of the UK atomic energy project in the period 1945-1952, are available on request from the Historian's Office, UKAEA, 11 Charles II Street, London SW1. A little material was deposited by Hinton during his lifetime at Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Weare grateful to Mr. E.P. Davies of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers for help in assembling the material, to Professor M.M. Gowing and Mrs. A.V. Martin for information, and to Lady Phillips for assistance in the early stages of sorting and listing. Oxford 1986 JBA PH MJE Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 13 SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL A.1 - A.231 A.1 -A.12 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS A.13 -A.117 DIARIES A.118-A.133 BIOGRAPHICAL ARTICLES AND MATERIAL A.134-A. 221 CAREER AND HONOURS A.222-A.226A FAMILY AND PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE A.227-A. 231 MISCELLANEOUS Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 14 Biographical and autobiographical AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS A.1-A.8 'The Memoirs of Christopher Hinton' In the 'Foreword' Hinton explains that the memoirs were written in 1970 and des- cribes them as 'my personal memories of the problems and difficulties which we faced in Disclaiming any intention to write history, he says: the early years of atomic energy’. 'What I have done is to write an account of the impact of events on myself as this is In fact, the memoirs range over recorded in my non-secret diaries and in my memory’. the whole of Hinton's life, from birth to the time of writing, in twenty-nine chapters. The work is a carbon copy, 496 pp., with a few ms. corrections by Hinton, and appendices in the form of documents of special importance (see A.2, A.3, A.4, A.7). A.1 Foreword (i, ii) Chapter | Childhood days, pp.1-10. ‘ Chapter II Learning Engineering on the Shop-floor, pp.11-23. ChapterIII Learning the Theory of Engineering, pp.24-33. Chapter NV (wrongly typed as VI) Mainly family affairs, pp. 34-42. Chapter V Years of Development, pp.42-52. Chapter V1 The Chief Engineer, pp.53-67. A.2 Chapter VII. Hinton's report on 'The construction of Bishopton and Wrexham Royal Ordnance Factories', 7 September 1940. War work, pp. 68-83, and Appendix: The Filling Factories - The build up of the Organisa- Chapter VIII tion, pp.84-100, and Appendix: 'The Royal Filling Factories', Hinton's ms. notes, charts and diagrams referred to on p.96 (pp.1-6, 10, 17-19, 22 only). Chapter IX Difficulties, pp.101-117. The Filling Factories - Factory Problems and Personal Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 15 Biographical and autobiographical Chapter X Hinton's 'Scheme for the progressive reduction of strength of the Royal Ordnance Filling Factories', 22 September 1944, referred to on p.118. Filling Factories - The End, pp.118-129, with Appendix: A.3 Chapter XI The Risley Organisation, pp.130-140. The fuel element factory at Springfields, pp.140-156. Chapter XII There is a footnote on p.140 beginning: ‘Throughout this and the following chapters it should be remembered that | retained no atomic energy papers when I left Risley in 1957 and that I have not had access to them since. I rely on my memory, which is fallible, and on my diaries which, because they were kept as open records, are cryptic’. Chapter XIII B.E.P.O. and the Windscale Piles, pp.157-185. Included in the folder is a photocopy of Hinton's lecture 'The manufacture of uranium metal from ore' given to Institution of ‘Chemical Engineers, Manchester, January 1955. A.4 Chapter XIV The Diffusion Plant, pp. 186-205. Chapter XV The Windscale Chemical Plants, pp.206-228. Chapter XVI The Reasons Why, pp.229-256. Included in the folder is a reprint of Hinton's Castner Memorial Lecture 'The chemical separation processes at Windscale Works', February 1956, referred to on p.206. A.5 Chapter XV II The Fast Breeder Reactor, pp.257-274. Chapter XVIII Calder Hall, pp.275-292. Chapter XIX The First Phase of the Industrial Programme, pp.295-313. Chapter XX The Atomic Energy Authority is Formed, pp.314-328. Chapter XX Troublesome Years, pp.329-341. Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 16 Biographical and autobiographical Chapter XXII The Japanese Interlude, pp.342-350. Chapter XXIII Decline and Fall, pp.351-371. A.7 Chapter XX IV pp. 372-389. The Nuclear Programme - the events of 1957, The Nuclear Programme - Second Phase, pp.390- Chapter XXV 419, with Appendix: '1960 Review of the nuclear power programme', 14 March 1960, witha ms. note ‘Written and submitted to the Minister of Power by Sir Christopher Hinton’. Chapter XXVI The Nuclear Programme - the Third Phase, pp.420-438. A.8 Chapter XXVII The Sad Failure, pp.439-467. Chapter XXVIII Exit, pp.468-484. Chapter XXIX The Odd Job Man, pp.485-496. A.9 ‘Memorandum of Activities from 1970 to 1980' 13pp. typescript (2 copies), June 1981, prepared at the request of M.M. Gowing, with forwarding letter, and a later ms. note. In the opening paragraph Hinton explains why 'the present notes' were written and that 'I should not wish them to be used as an additional chapter of my Memoirs because they lack continuity’. A.10-A.12 Shorter autobiographical writings. A.10 ‘Script for recording and film made for 1.E.E. records’, August 1972. Uncorrected typescript, and version with ms. corrections and additions. See also C.250. A.1] ‘Autobiographical sketch’ for McGraw-Hill Modern Scientists and Engineers, 1978 (update of 1966 version). A.12 2pp. autobiographical outline, February 1981. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 17 / Biographical and autobiographical DIARIES In his memoirs Hinton writes (p.28) 'On the day when | was awarded the William Henry Allen Grant my diary, which | had kept since 1916, stops and it was notuntil the middle of the Second World Warthat I started keeping one again. Asa result the events between 1923 and 1943 are not supported by notes which | made at the time’. The sur- viving diaries in fact date from 1941 (A.27) and the early diary entries survive in abstracted form at A.13. The material at A.13-A.26 was received as 'Notes from diaries (useful for locating events)’ and was used by Hinton in compiling his memoirs and autobiographical writings. A.13-A.26 Notes from diaries With the exception of A.13, these are ms. foolscap notes, with dates or titles, usually paginated. In chronological order. A.13 "Notes from diary 1918-23'. 1 January 1918-25 May 1923. Small red notebook of brief entries, A.14 "Notes for Chapt. 4', 1918-36. A.15 A.16 A.17 'Whittaker's Almanacks'. Miscellaneous notes on events 1919-25. 1941 (2 pp.), 1942 (1 p.), 1943 (3 pp.), 1944 (3 pp.). 1945 (3 pp.), 'Springfields' 1946-52 (3 pp.), 'Chemical Separation' 1947-52 (3 pp.). A.18 ‘General organisation’ 1946-52 (11 pp.). A.19 'Diffusion' 1946-55 (4 pp.), 'Piles' 1946-51 (5 pp.), 'Calder Hall’ 1947-56 (4 pp.). A.20 ‘General (Second stage)' 1949-60 (15 pp.). A.21 AEE) (Fast reactor)’ 1950-57 (3 pp.), 'Generating Board’ 1952-64 pp.). | A.22 "Industrial Programme’ 1953-64 (11 pp.). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 18 A.23 A. 24 A.25 A.26 Biographical and autobiographical 'Research' 1957-64 (1 p.), 'Personnel' 1957-64 (3 pp.), 'Fuel' 1958-64 (1 p.), '1958-65' (4 pp.). 'General' 1958-64 (3 pp.), 'Amenity' 1960-64 (3 pp.), 'Outside Activities’ 1960-64 (1 p.). ‘Abstracts bearing on all relationships with the Atomic Energy Authority in years 1960/64 ...'. 39 pp. typescript dated 1 March 1982. Page from December 1961 diary with underscorings (on Wylfa), 1966-67 (2 pp.), 'Pocket diary notes' 1967-80 (6 pp.), 'Topics 1970-80' (pp. a-d). A.27-A.69 Personal diaries 1941-83 These are the narrative journals kept by Hinton. There are occasional later notes on the flyleaf of dates of special interest to him, and marginal scorings in the entries. A.27 1941 A.28 A.29 A.30 A.3] A.37 A. 38 A.39 A.40 1942 1943 1944 1945 1951 1952 1953 1954 A.32 A.33 A. 34 A.35 A.36 A.42 A.43 A.44 A.45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1956 1957 1958 1959 A.4]l 1955 A.46 1960 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 19 Biographical and autobiographical A.47 1961 A.52 1966 A.48 A.49 A.50 A.51 A. 57 A.58 A.59 A.60 1962 1963 1964 1965 1971 1972 1973 1974 A.6] 1975 A.67 1981 A.68 1982 A.53 A. 54 A.55 1967 1968 1969 A.56 1970 A.62 A. 63 A. 64 1976 1977 1978 A.65 1979 A. 66 1980 A.69 1983 A.70-A.93 Small format pocket diaries 1959-82 Entries mainly by Hinton, but some in the hand of Mrs. Ellis. A.70 A.71 1959 1960 A.72 1961 A.73 1962 A.74 A.75 1963 1964 A.76 A.77 A.78 A.79 A.80 A.81 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 20 Biographical and autobiographical A. 87 A.88 A.89 A.90 A.91 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 A.82 197] A.83 A. 84 A.85 1972 1973 1974 A.86 1975 A.92 A.93 1981 1982 A.94-A. 117 Appointments diaries 1968-83 Most of these are large format desk diaries kept by Mrs. Ellis. Some are kept in duplicate. A.94 A.95 A.97 A.98 A.99 1968 1969 1971 1972 1973 (1) A.100 1973 (2) A.101 A.102. A.103 1974 (1) 1974 (2) 1975 A.96 1970 A.104 A.105 A.106 A.107 A.108 A.109 A.110 A.111 1976 (1) 1976 (2) 1977 ‘1978 1979 (1) 1979 (2) 1980 (1) 1980 (2) Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 2] Biographical and autobiographical A.112. A.113 A.114 1981 (1) 1981 (2) 1982 (1) A.115 A.116 A.117. 1982 (2) 1983 (1) 1983 (2) BIOGRAPHICAL ARTICLES AND MATERIAL A.118-A.125 Biographical notes prepared for miscellaneous gazeteers and biographical dictionaries. A.118 Included here are notes by Mrs. Ellis of Hinton's Honorary 197] Doctorates (1955-66) and of 'Publications in which Lord Hinton's biography appears’. A.119 Correspondence with Edizioni Scientifiche e Techniche 1972-78 Mondadori re Hinton's entry in various editions of Modern Men of Science and suggestions for others to be included. A.120 1973-76 A.121 1978-80 A.122 1981 A.123 re article on Hinton by M. M. Gowing in Dictionary of 1982 Business Biography. revisions by Hinton, copy of article as published. —_— Includes correspondence, draft of article with ms. A.124 1982 A.125 1983 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 22 Biographical and autobiographical A.126 'Reflections on Britain's nuclear history: a conversation with Lord Hinton’. Transcription of interview with Hinton conducted 19 January 1983 by D. Lowry of the Energy Research Group, Open University. Includes photocopies of miscellaneous obituaries of Hinton, and brief corres- pondence. A.127 Requests for historical information made by or to Hinton: 1972-73 J. Chadwick (early ideas on atomic energy) 1974 L. Hannah (electricity industry) 1976 A. Albu (professional engineering education) 1977 1978 1983 M. Holly (fast breeder reactor) M. Wright (Lord Holford) F. Maynard (nuclear policy) 1983 A. Jones (atomic energy programme) 1983 Dictionary of National Biography A.128 Press-cuttings (some photocopies) A.129-A. 133 Standardisation of stores It is clear from his Memoirs that Hinton attached great importance to this matter as a key to rationalisation and efficiency. His first experience was at ICI in the 1930s of which he writes (pp.64-66): 'One of the most interesting jobs that | did in those years was the standardisation of stores for the whole of ICI’. He drew on this experience for the Filling Factories during the Second World War (p.96): 'We borrowed one of the Standards Engineers from ICI and standardised all the small rods, gauges and general stores just as had been done in ICI before the war', and later at Risley (p.251): ‘Our general and engineering stores were all standardised and we had stores and drawing office standards Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 23 Biographical and autobiographical books; ... we had a universal stores code which was used at all the factories and the condition of the stores at all of them was excellent! . A.129 Filling Factory General Standards Code Book 1944. A.130 Department of Atomic Energy General Stores Code Book. A.13]1 Department of Atomic Energy Standard Accounting Instructions. A.132 Department of Atomic Energy Risley Standard Instructions. A.133 'A.E.A. Cost Code.' Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 24 Biographical and autobiographical CAREER AND HONOURS Many of these documents have later comments and reflections added by Hinton. Early schooling A.134 Ivy Lane Council School, Chippenham, Report. County Secondary School, Chippenham, Report Book 1913-17. Certificate of award of County Junior Scholarship 1915. A.135 Education Certificates 1913, 1914, 1916. Great Western Railway, Swindon After a brief period as apprentice at Andrew Barclay & Co., Kilmarnock, Hinton enrolled as a Premium Apprentice in October 1917. He remained at the works until he went to Cambridge in 1923. A. 136 Arrangements with Hinton's father for apprenticeship and payment of premium 1917-19. A.137 Rule Book, signed by Hinton 17 October 1917 and with later annotations by him (Memoirs, pp.14-15). A. 138 Testimonials for Hinton, itemising his training and service with the Company, written when he was ‘desirous of taking a College Course', 1923. A. 139 Hinton's ms. timetable for his studies at Swindon Technical Institution, and National Certificate from Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1922 (Memoirs, pp.24-25). A. 140 Letter from fellow apprentice at Swindon, 1966. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 22 Biographical and autobiographical A.141, A.142 Later correspondence re engine 7318, which Hinton helped to build at Swindon (Memoirs,pp.20) and other matters relating to Swindon works. A.141 1961, 1969, 1971, 1982 A.142 On sculpture bust of Hinton and use of '7318' as motif; 1983. includes recollections. W.H. Allen Scholarship and Trinity College, Cambridge A.143 Award of Scholarship, value £1,000, granted via Institution of Mechanical Engineers. letter from W.H. Allen, etc. 1923. Includes Hinton's felegrata home (‘Got it. Cheerio Chris’), A.144 First Class degree, Cambridge. from W.H. Allen and Institution of Mechanical Engineers 1925. Press-cutting, letters of congratulation Also included here are letter from C.E. Inglis (Hinton's supervisor) 1927 and later letter from R.W. Allen recalling his father's scholarship 1951. Brunner Mond & Company/ICI A.145 A. 146 A. 147 1926 bonus agreement, December. Correspondence re appointment and starting work, April-July; 1927 certificate. Contract of employment, July. St. John's Ambulance Question papers for 'Passing-out examination of C. Hinton - 1928 April 1928', and results 'on a stringent basis' (Alpha for practical and for whole examination). Letter notifying increase in salary, December. A.148 1931, 1933 Miscellaneous information on salaries. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 26 Biographical and autobiographical A. 149 1939 Election to Delegate Board, Alkali Group. 1943, 1944 Personal letters from Chairman notifying salary increases. A.150 1945 Hinton). Offers of posts in ICI at Wilton and Ardeer (declined by 1973 List of guests at Brunner Mond Centenary Dinner. Min istry of Supply A.151 Hinton's report on Bishopton & Wrexham Royal Ordnance Factories, September 1940 (original of copy at A.2). A. 152 Two ms. reports by Hinton. ‘Distribution of 1.C.1. (Alkali) Staff working for M of S' with a later note ‘written about Oct-Nov 1940’. 'Ranskill', with a later note 'layout of services and specification of requirements for Ranskill. about November 1940! (referred to in Memoirs, pp.80-81). Prepared by Spalding & myself in one weekend A.153 Drawing of Ordnance Factory Risley Administration Building (Memoirs, p.110), with later note by Hinton 'The building is the one used as the first atomic energy office at Risley’. Correspondence and memos. re reduction andtransfer of Filling Factory organisation 1945. A.154 Correspondence re appointment as Deputy Director of Ordnance Factories 1941, re possible evacuation to Risley 1944 (see A.153) and re explosion at Ordnance Factory Hereford (1945). A.155 Appointment as Deputy Controller of Production, Atomic Energy, resig- nation from ICI (1946), financial and pension arrangements (1946-50). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 27 Biographical and autobiographical Knighthood 1951 Letters of congratulation. A.156 A= D A. 158 Ss -W A.157 G-M A.159 First name and unidenti- fied signatures. Monte Bello test 1952 A.160 Telegrams of congratulation from Prime Minister and Lord Cherwell. Coronation 1953 A.161 Award of commemorative medal. Salary and Pension Correspondence and papers on conditions of appointment at Ministry of Supply and Atomic Energy Authority, comparability with ICI, transfer of pension rights, etc. Hinton felt that the Establishment branches of the Ministry and Treasury were protracted and ungenerous in staffing arrangements, in his own case and others (Memoirs, pp.234, 332, Chapter XXI passim). A.162-A.168 are the contents of Hinton's folder ‘Personal salary & pension' with his ms. comment 'They shew the difficulty | had in getting reasonable treatment from the M.O.S. and in the early days of A.E.A.' A.162 Includes draft letter of appointment 1953 December -January 1954. as Member for Engineering and Production, Atomic Energy Authority . A.163 1954 May. pension rights. Further draft letter of appointment, Hinton's amendments, A.164 1954 June. Includes letter of appointment. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 28 Biographical and autobiographical A.165 1954 July, November, December. A. 166 1955 January-April. A. 167 1955 May-October. A.168 1956, 1957. A.169 "Special Fund' Folder of correspondence re Hinton's fees for broadcasts and lectures undertaken for AEA (and later CEGB) which were paid into a ‘Special Fund' and used for purposes such as the 'Good Housekeeping’ competition (see K.11). bursements 1958-64. Folder includes itemised list of fees received and dis- United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) A.170 Correspondence with H. Hartley on future organisation of AEA and Hinton's career, 1956 (Memoirs, p.361). A.17] Photocopy of Hinton's evidence to Organisation Committee (on Industrial Group of AEA) with extensive corrections; copy of letter on subject to A. Fleck 1957. A.172 Correspondence on Windscale, and on lectures by Hinton 1957. A.173 Later correspondence on UKAEA affairs, 1972 (visit to Dounreay), 1975 (30th anniversary dinner of opening of Risley, paid for by Hinton), 1977 (21st anniversary of Calder Hall). A. 174 Miscellaneous correspondence on visits, Annual Dinners of Risley Nuclear Engineering Society, closure of Capenhurst, etc. 1982. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 29 Biographical and autobiographical A.175 Correspondence 1983 on gift of Hinton's chair at Risley, and drawings, to Institutions of Nuclear Engineers, made shortly before his death. Honours 1957 A.176 Letters of congratulation on K.B.E. (few survive), including letter from Chippenham schoolfellow. A.177 Election as Honorary Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge; includes a little later (1978-82) correspondence re College Feasts, meetings with and recollections of old friends at Trinity, etc. Central Electricity Generating Board A.178 Correspondence with Lord Mills and others re appointment as Chairman, CEGB, from 1 September 1957. Letter from C.R. King on his appointment as Chairman, Electricity Council 1959. A.179 Correspondence 1960 re Presidency of Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Hinton was pressed to accept the Presidency for 1961-62, or for 1962-63, but was obliged to decline at the instance of the Minister of Power. A.180 Miscellaneous on staffing and appointments at CEGB 1961, 1962. A.18] Correspondence with Lord Chandos, July 1963, re House of Lords debate on tender for Wylfa power station (Memoirs, pp.407-419). A. 182 Correspondence 1964, including letters on Hinton's resignation from CEGB. A. 183 Correspondence 1965 (Dungeness B), 1971 (amenity), 1975(visit). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 30 Biographical and autobiographical A. 184 Correspondence 1982-83 mainly re visit to Central Electricity Research Laboratories with Lord Ashby. A.185 Mainly notes of sympathy sent to Hinton in Correspondence 1983. hospital, several with his replies, especially re his anxiety to complete his paper on liquid metal coolant fast breeder reactor for visit to Dounresy. arrangements for visit to CEGB Staff College to learn current computing methods. Also includes See B.121 for unfinished draft of paper. Life Peerage 1965 A. 186 Correspondence with Lord Penney, re choice oftitle, and Hinton's original wish to adopt 'Lord Hinton of Calder Hall’. Included here is letter from W.L. Owen, on war work, May 1945. Both letters have later ms. comments by Hinton. A. 187 Correspondence re induction to House, title and bearings, 1965. A. 188 Description and photographs of bearings, and later (1981) related correspondence with Tisbury Local History Society (Hinton's birthplace). A. 189 Letters of congratulation A - F. A.190 G -M. A.191 P - T and unidentified. Offers of retirement posts A.192 Stothert & Pitt Limited 1964-65 A.193 Courtaulds Limited 1964-65, 1968 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 31 Biographical and autobiographical A. 194 Whessoe Limited 1964-65 A.195 Ministry of Health 1965-66, 1968 Photographs A.196 Correspondencere portrait photographs of Hinton, 1966 (for Institution of Mechanical Engineers), 1970 (National Portrait Gallery). Rumford Medal A.197 Letter notifying award of Royal Society Rumford Medal, 1970. Hinton's reply to a letter of congratulation with his ms. note ‘Many similar letters received’, Honours 1973, 1974 A.198 Honorary Fellowship, Institution of Civil Engineers. recollections of his early association with the Institution in 1930s. Includes Hinton's A.199 Honorary Membership, The Metals Society. A. 200 Institution of General Technician Engineers. Fellow. Hinton was first Honorary Order of Merit 1976 A. 201 Arrangements for investiture. A.202-A.205 Letters of congratulation, a few replies, including recollections from all periods of Hinton's career. A. 202 B-D A.203 G-M A. 204 O -T A.205 W-Z Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 32 Biographical and autobiographical Honours, 1977, 1978 A. 206 Honorary Membership, Institute of Fuel, 1977 A. 207 Award of first Hinton Medal of the Institution of Nuclear Engineers, 1977. A. 208 Mark Twain Society, 1978. Honours, 1981-83 A.209 Honorary Fellowship, Institution of Municipal Engineers, 1981. A.210 Correspondence, etc. re Society of Retired Chartered Engineers, 1982-83. A.211 re Honorary Fellowship, Society of Engineers, 1983. Hinton's last illness and death A.212 Letters and cards received while Hinton was in hospital, some with replies by Hinton or by Mrs. Ellis; includes a little correspondence received after Hinton's death, answered by Mrs. Ellis. A.213 Cards with no reply. Correspondence with Churchill College, Cambridge, re Hinton's papers. A.214 1968-70 A.215 1971-77 A.216 1982 work on design of various atomic powerstations (6 pp. typescript). Includes Hinton's letter to Master, April 1982, describing Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 33 Biographical and autobiographical Gifts, endowments and bequests A.217 Cheshire Masonic Covenants, 1970 Council of Engineering Institutions, 1977 Doncaster and District Hospitals, 1979 A.218 Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1972-75 A.219 Fellowship of Engineering, 1981 A.220 Home Farm Trust, 1981 Risley Drawing Office Apprenticeship Design Prize, 1981 Obituaries and tributes A.221 Obituary of Hinton, The Times (photocopy). Address by M.M. Gowing at the Service of Thanksgiving, Westminster Abbey, 26 October 1983 (photocopy). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 34 Biographical and autobiographical FAMILY AND PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE A. 222 Family letters; from father, and from uncle, on Hinton's knighthood, 1951. Also included here is letter, 1970, re upkeep of Hinton's mother's grave, and letter, 1973, re Hinton's father's articles on Lacock Church. A. 223 Correspondence with Joan Hinton (sister), 1951 (on knighthood), 1971, 1973 (Hinton's carbons only). A.224 Death of Lady Hinton. Folder includes list of letters of condolence received; ‘Mourn over the death of Lady Hinton' by Japanese friend; correspondence 1974-75 re Hinton's gift of dress and accessories worn by his wife at Bath University to Museum of Costume, Bath. A.225 Letters to C. Mole (grandson), 1981-83. A. 226 Correspondence with R. Tanner (former schoolmaster at Ivy Lane School) with family and personal recollections, 1977-82. Hinton's speech for Dedication Service of Church Hall at Tisbury, December 1977, read for him by Tanner. Includes draft for A.226A Brief correspondence 1983 re Tisbury Team Ministry . Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 35 Biographical and autobiographical MISCELLANEOUS A. 227 Address book. A. 228 Presentation folder expressing the appreciation of Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, on the occasion of the Axel Axson Johnson lecture 1957. Includes photograph. See also B.8. A. 229 Christmas cards 1964-68 and n.d., illustrations and text by hand, featuring powerstations and other technological subjects. 70th birthday card, from staff at Springfields. A. 230, A.231 Invitations 1980-83, some with replies. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 36 SECTION B ENERGY B.1 -B.145 B.1 -B.58 LECTURES B.59-B.141 GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS B.142-B.145 BACKGROUND MATERIAL LECTURES The lectures are presented as arranged by Hinton and reflect his views on their value. B.1 -B.41 Atomic Energy B.42-B.58 Electricity Supply ATOMIC ENERGY B.1-B.17 "Atomic energy major papers’ Contents of a folder thus titled. B.1 B.2 Contents list (20 items; 10, 11, 17 and 19 not found). "Atomic Energy made easy', n.d. Hinton's ms. notes for lecture, with a later ms. identification by him: 'They are the notes for the Risley induction lecture on which "ABC " of Atomic Energy was based’. See B.16, B.17. B.3 Conference, New York, 31 October 1953. "Atomic Energy developments in Great Britain’, Industrial 10pp. draft with later ms. note by Hinton 'worth glancing through because it was the first lecture on the industrial effort in the UK'. B.4 to Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 26 February 1954. 'Nuclear Reactors and Power Production’, James Clayton Lecture Printed version (CEGB) with 3pp. typescript addendum, Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 37 Energy 'The Graphite-Moderated, Gas-Cooled Pile and its place in B.5 Power Production', International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, August 1955. 'Notes for Geneva! (Ilpp.); printed version (UKAEA). B.6 London, 19 September 1955. ‘British Thoughts on Nuclear Power', UNIPEDE Conference, Ilpp. duplicated typescript; Ip. list of diagrams. B.7 "Speech on “Safety"', Thurso, December 1955. App. (2 copies); Ip. extract from speech, dated 26 March 1979. 'The Future for Nuclear Power’, Axel Johnson Lecture, B.8 Stockholm, 15 March 1957. Photocopy ofprinted version (Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Science); background material. of the presentation of the Axel Johnson award to Hinton who reflects on the occasion and the importance of the award, Memoirs, p.372. See also A. 228. The lecture was given on the occasion 'The Development of Nuclear Power in the United Kingdom', B.9 Scientific American, 1958. l4pp. typescript 'final draft', 10 December 1957; 'Addenda' to paper (2 versions). Hinton describes the paper as 'nothing more than journalism’. B.10 Melchett Lecture, Institute of Fuel, 19 February 1958. 20pp. ‘final draft’ (photocopy). 'The Development of Nuclear Energy for Electricity Supply in B.11 GreatBritain', British Electrical Power Convention, Brighton, 17 June 1958. Printed version only. ' A Review of the Future of Nuclear Reactor Systems in the Light B.12 of Available Research and Operating Experience', World Power Con- ference, Montreal, September 1958. 19pp. typescript draft; printed version, with L. Rotherham as co-author. Hinton notes on the typescript draft that, while the philosophy washis, the details were provided by others. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 38 Energy 'The Development of Nuclear Power in Competition with other B.12A Power Sources in U.K.', Oxford University Scientific Society, 6 November 1959, Miscellaneous typescript notes; figures. B.13 World Power Conference - Madrid Sectional Meeting, 7 June 1960. 'The Lessons of the Past Seven Years in Atomic Energy’, 8pp. typescript. important’. Hinton describes this general address as 'short but 'The Economics of Nuclear Power in Great Britain’ (with B.14 F.H.S. Brown and L. Rotherham), World Power Conference Sectional Meeting in Madrid, 7 June 1960. 22pp. duplicated typescript; figures. records that although he 'was responsible for the skeletal shape of this paper and supervised its preparation, most of it was written by Rotherham's and Brown's staff’. A later ms. note by Hinton B.15 TUC conference on radiation in industry, 13 October 1960. 'The development of atomic energy and its industrial application’, l5pp. typescript draft; figures. Series of talks for Australian Broadcasting Commission : B.16, B.17 'The ABC of Atomic Energy’, September 1964. in 1958.) (Revision of BBC series B.16 Typescript drafts for 'Trailer to series' and six talks. 22pp. typescript draft for 'revised booklet to accompany talks’. B.17 In a later ms. note with this draft Hinton records his opinion that the revised version was 'better than the original talks because | have been able to eliminate some of the nonsense forced on me by the Public Relations department’. For the booklet published to accompany the BBC talks in 1958, see F.110. For gramophone records of the BBC talks, see K.36. B.18-B.31 "Atomic energy - minot papers’. Contents of a folder thus titled. B.18 Contents list (16 items; 1, 2, 6, 9 and 13 not found). B.19 'Atomic energy in industry', BBC 'lecture and interview’, February 1955. Script, ‘questions suggested by Sir Christopher Hinton', etc. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 39 Energy B.20 Birmingham', 25 November 1955. "Notes for a lecture to the Federation of British Industries at llpp. typescript. "Draft of opening remarks for the symposium of the B.N.E.C. B.21 [British Nuclear Energy Society 2', 30 November 1955. 3pp. typescript. B.22 Engineers', 11 April 1956. "Leonardo da Vinci lecture at the Institution of Mechanical 18pp. typescript. B.23 ‘First draft for an introductory note for the journal of nuclear energy edition dealing with the opening of Calder Hall’, August 1956. 2pp. typescript. B.24 Endeavour, April 1957. "Nuclear reactors for the generation of electrical power', Heavily-corrected proof. B.25 powerreactors', 1 March 1957. "Fifth draft of Financial Times article on the siting of nuclear 4pp. typescript with ms. note 'this copy not used'. B.26 Institution of Marine Engineers, 27 November 1957. 'The Nuclear Propulsion of Ships' (with R.V. Moore), Advance copy of printed version. B.27 the Royal Society, July 1960. "Nuclear Power', Times Supplement to mark Tercentenary of B.28 British Nuclear Energy Society, 14 March 1963. Speech at Symposium on the Advanced Gas-cooled Reactor, App. typescript. 'The uses of nuclear power in Britain', lecture for Commonwealth - B.29 American current affairs unit, July 1966. 18pp. typescript. B.30 Not used. B.31 1976. 'Two decades of nuclear confusion', New Scientist, 28 October (Not in contents list at B.18.) Printed text only. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 40 Energy B.32-B ..34 "Atomic Energy Chemical Processes’ Contents of a folder thus titled. ‘The Chemical Separation Processes at Windscale Works', B.32 Castner Memorial Lecture, Society of Chemical Industry, 23 February 1956. Photocopy of printed text. B.33 "Solvent Extractionof Plutonium' Booklet published by UKAEA for Royal Society Tercentenary celebrations exhibition, 1960. B.34 ‘Lecture Notes - History of Springfields', n.d. 8pp. typescript, B.35-B.4]1 ‘Atomic Energy Lectures given in Japan' Contents of a folder thus titled. ‘Japanese Interlude’ in Memoirs, pp.342-350. There is an account of Hinton's 1956 B.35 Contents list (6 items). Letter of thanks and appreciation from British Ambassador. B.36 ‘Atomic Energy in Great Britain', Ist lecture, April 1956. l4pp. typescript. B.37 'Second lecture - for Scientists', April 1956. 17pp. typescript. B.38 Japan', 3rd lecture, April 1956. 'A Talk to People in the Inner Circle of Atomic Energy in lépp. typescript. B.39 of the Opening of Calder Hall', 1956. "Article for the Yomiuri Shimbun Special Edition on the Occasion 2pp. typescript. B.40 Atomic Industry Forum in Tokyo, 28 November 1962 . 'The problems and prospects of nuclear power’, lecture to 22pp. typescript; tables and figures. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 4] Energy B.41 given in Osaka, Japan, 30 November 1962. "Nuclear Power Plants in England and Wales', lecture to be l5pp. typescript; figures. ELECTRICITY SUPPLY B.42-B.49 ‘Electricity Supply - Short Papers’ Contents of a folder thus titled. B.42 were found). Contents list (20 items; 1, 2, 5, 11, 16, 18 and 20 only B.43 Party', 16 March 1960. "Address for Fuel and Power Group of the Parliamentary Labour 12pp. typescript; table. B.44 ‘History of Electricity Supply Industry’, notes for speech at opening of 'CEGB/TVA/Ontario Hydro Conference', 20 June 1960. 3pp. typescript. B.45 ‘Article for the "Guardian"', 25 October 1960. 6pp. typescript. B.46 report 1961/2, 18 September 1962. Notes for Chairman's speech, CEGB press conference on annual Spp. typescript. B.47 ‘Patterns of Growth - The Gas and Electricity Supply Industries’, address to centenary meeting of Institution of Gas Engineers, 14 May 1963. llpp. typescript. B.48 Committees, Autumn 1964'. "Notes for Chairman's Farewell Meetings with Local Advisory 7pp. typescript. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 42 Energy B.49 St. Dunstan's College Armstrong Society, 29 January 1964. ‘Electrical Power in England and Wales', lecture for 13pp. typescript; figures. B.50-B .54 "Electricity Supply' Contents of a folder thus titled. B.50 Contents list (7 items; 2, 5 and 7 only were found). B51 Power Convention, Eastbourne, 13 June 1961. 'The British Electricity Transmission System', British Electrical Photocopy of printed text. B.52 Perth University, 9 October and in Adelaide, 15 October 1962. "Electrical Power in England and Wales', lecture given at l5pp. typescript; figures. Mitchell Memorial Lecture, given at Stoke-on-Trent, 15 November 1961 revised and brought up to date’. Ams. note records that this was 'the B.53, B.54 British Electrical Power Convention, 1965. —''The Future of Power Technology', The Citrine Lecture, A5pp. typescript + figures (2 folders). B.55-B .58 'Amenity' Contents of a folder thus titled. interest in amenity questions while Chairman of the CEGB in Memoirs, pp.478-481. There is an account of Hinton's B.55 Contents list (3 items). B.56 Preserving Amenities', Royal Society of Arts, 25 November 1959. "Power Production and Transmission in the Countryside: Printed text only. B.57 address to County Councils Association, 5 April 1960. 'The Amenity Problem as it affects the Electricity Industry', 5pp. typescript paginated 9-13 and note explaining missing text. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 43 Energy 'The Problem of Growth in the Electricity Supply Industry’, B.58 address to conference of National Parks Authorities, Harlech, 5 May 1961. l5pp. typescript. GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS B.59 -B.97 Nuclear Power B.98 -B.125 Fast Breeder Reactors B.126-B.141 Miscellaneous NUCLEAR POWER These are the contents of Hinton's files on nuclear power ‘excluding AEA papers and BNFL'. The period covered is 1966-83 and the material for 1966-79 had a note ‘examined by Lord Hinton - 10.12.81.' B.59 B.60 B.61 B.62 B.63 1966 April 1967 February-July. Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology re Committee's enquiry into the UK nuclear reactor programme. Correspondence with Clerk to the House of Includes 7pp. typescript by Hinton on the 1967 December andn.d. future of the British nuclear power industry 'probably written about the end of 1967' according to Hinton's later (1981) ms. note. 1968 January, February. P.M.S. Blackett re desalination of sea water. Includes exchanges with H. Kronberger and 1968 May, July, August. memoir on Sir John Cockcroft’ (6pp. typescript) with covering letter to its author W.G. Penney. Includes Hinton's 'Notes on draft biographical Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 AA Energy 1969 April, May, December. Includes correspondence re amenity 1970 September-December. questions; requests for information and advice re the American light water reactor (from T.E. Allibone), Sir John Cockcroft (from George G. Harrap & Co.) and political control of atomic energy programme (from C.E.S. Franks). January. 1971 World Bank report on nuclear power. Includes exchange with W.G. Penney on Hinton's 1968 February-April. 1971 energy in the UK andthetraining of engineers. Includes correspondencere the state of atomic May~-August. 1971 of Canada Limited with 'heavy water information’ and drafts of J.V. Dunworth's obituary notice of W.L. Owen with Hinton's comments. Includes letter from the President of Atomic Energy October, November. Includes correspondence with Director, 1971 Division of Reactor Development and Technology, US Atomic Energy Commission and letter from Hinton to B.H. Flowers re Flowers's Leverhulme Lecture. 1972 January. 1972 February. of Science. Correspondence re Oxford Professorship of the History 1972 June. memoir of H. Kronberger. Correspondence with L. Rotherham re his Royal Society Folder includes draft of memoir. 1972 July, November, December. Franks's manuscript on ‘Parliament and Atomic Energy’. Hinton's 'Comments' (l6pp. typescript). and a further note on it by Hinton, see B.131-B.139. For the draft manuscript Principally material re C.E.S. Folder includes 1973, January-May. Principally re Canadian nuclear development. 1973 June-December. Principally re reactor design. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 45 Energy 1974. conductors', the choice of the Dounreay site and long-lived radioactive Includes correspondencere the energy crisis, ‘galloping wastes. Correspondence re Institution of Nuclear Engineers and draft 1975. press notice headed 'Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution's views on demonstration commercial-scale fast breeder nuclear power station made known to Prime Minister’. 1976 February, March. Includes correspondence with S.H.U. Bowie re uranium, and Ann Moyal re nuclear developments in Australia. 1976 April, May. which Ann Moyal based on her correspondence and discussions with Hinton and Hinton's 'amendedscript’ of the article. Includes draft article for Sydney Morning Herald 1976 June, July, September. as published in the Sydney Morning Herald; also questionnaire on the evolution of nuclear safety and its practice in the nuclear industry filled in by Hinton and paper on quantitative safety analysis in the nuclear industry annotated by Hinton (both sent to him by O. Critchley). Includes copy of the Ann Moyal article 1976 October-December. 1977 March-June. Nuclear Engineers re its proposal for a 'Hinton medal’ and D.G. Richards re his official biography of Lord Portal. Includes correspondence with the Institution of 1977 September, October. of the nuclear industry . Includes Hinton's reflections on the development Includes paper on 'Energy prospects and nuclear powerin the 1978. global era’ annotated by Hinton. Includes statement by W.K. Davis, Vice-President, 1979 January-May. National Academy on Engineering on the accident at Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant and F.L. Tombs's 'In-transit Notes on Visit to USA/ Australia 19 March-7 April 1979". 1979 August, September. programme on atomic energy. Includes correspondence re BBC Panorama Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 46 Energy 1979 September 5. One letter only, on reactor sites. 1979 October-December 1980 March 21. One letter only, on choice of reactor design. 1980 March-May. of Nuclear Engineers. Includes correspondence and papersre Institution 1980 July-September. 1980 October. before the House of Commons Select Committee on Energy. Includes transcript of the evidence of W.K. Davis January, February. 1981 breeder reactors. Includes correspondencere fast nuclear 1981 March-September. Includes Hinton's recollections of personnel and incidents in early nuclear years; also exchange with A.H. Cottrell re Cottrell's monograph on the safety of nuclear power. 1982 November, December. 1983 January, February. 1983 March, April. and present state of the nuclear power industry and on technological innovation in British industry with particular reference to nuclear energy. Includes Hinton's comments on the recent history Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 FAST BREEDER REACTORS 47 Energy B.98-B.104 'Ist Visit to Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor at Dounreay - For Lord Rothschild's CPRS [Central Policy Review Staff - 1974'. Contents of a folder so inscribed. 1974 May, June. B.98 was prepared to visit the Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor at Dounreay Folder also includes IIpp. and let him know what he thought about it. typescript by Hinton 'The Fast Reactor. A basis for thought', 19 June. Rothschild's letter of 13 May asks if Hinton 1974 July, August. B.99 Risley and Dounreay, 12-14 August, 'Notes for Fast Reactor brief for visit of Lord Hinton', and 'Brief for Lord Hinton. developing a Fast Reactor capability in the UK’. Includes programme for Hinton's visit to The general case for —''Notes for discussion on CFR [Commercial Fast Reactor] with B.100 Lord Hinton ... August 12 1974' prepared by The Nuclear Power Group Limited, Risley. B.101, B.102 ‘'Report to Lord Rothschild on the Fast Reactor Project’. 34pp. + 3pp. typescript ‘first draft', August 1974 (2 versions). B.103 2 Septemberlisting 'minor modifications’ to the report. 1974 September-November. Includes Hinton's letter of 'The Fast Breeder Reactor', Central Policy Review Staff, B.104 September 1974. This is the printed version of Hinton's report with a preface by CPRS. B.105-B.120 '2nd Visit to Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor at Dounreay ~- For Sir Kenneth Berrill - 1975". Contents of a folder so inscribed. 1975 July. B.105 Hinton agreed to undertake a personal investigation (in collaboration with L. Rotherham) into the prospects for a commercial fast reactor. and Lord Hinton ... 18 July 1975’. Folder includes 'notes on meeting with AEA, D/En, CPRS Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 48 Energy B.106 Steam Generators' prepared for Hinton's visit to Risley. 1975 August (1). Includes 'special paper’ on 'Fast Reactor B.107 between the UK, France and Germany. 1975 August (2). Includes paper on Fast Reactor Collaboration B.108 and 29 August. 1975 August (3). Includes notes of discussions at Risley, 19-21 1975 September (1). B.109 reactor project 'written by Lord Hinton for discussion with Dr. Rotherham' (22pp.). Includes draft report on the British fast B.110 the draft report. 1975 September (2). Includes comments on and revisions of . B.111 6 October (27pp.). 1975 October. Includes amended report sent to K. Berrill, B.112 submission of report. 1975 December-1976 January. Correspondencearising from B.113. 1976 February, May. Continuing correspondence arising. B.114. to Swedish colleague, with Hinton's covering letter. 1976 July. Photocopy of 'bowdlerised' version of report sent B.115 Risley and Dounreay. Small format notebook used by Hinton in respect of visits to B.116 Similar. B.117 Reactor Project - September 1975’. Top copy of Hinton's and Rotherham's report 'The British Fast B.118 Carbon copy, annotated by Hinton. B.119, B.120 Background material. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 49 Energy B.121-B.125 Paper for Electricity Supply Research Council on Fast Reactors, 1983. B.121 ‘Where is work on fast reactors leading us?' 6pp. ‘unfinished’ draft (carbon), 27 May 1983; figures. of the draft is Mrs. Ellis's typescript note: At the end 'This was only a very rough "first draft" of a paper Lord Hinton was intending to submit to the ESRC for their meeting at Dounreay in July 1983. this typescript when he had his fall and never recovered enough to complete this paper. ' Unfortunately he only got as far as Mrs. Ellis also added a ms. note at the head of the draft 'Top copy was sent to Sir Alan Cottrell, Chairman, ESRC on 18/7/83'. Hinton died on 22 June 1983. See A.185 for correspondence from hospital reflecting Hinton's anxiety to complete this paper during his last illness. B.122 the Three Mile Island incident, 10 December 1982 (2pp. typescript). Hinton's ms. and typescript notes. Includes Hinton's note on B.123 draft and notes. Correspondence, December 1982-February 1983, found with B.124, B.125 Background material (2 folders). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 MISCELLANEOUS 50 Energy A chronological sequence of miscellaneous papers, 1956-75. B.126 Opening of the Calder Hall Atomic Power Station, 17 October 1956. Programme, overseas guest list, seating plan, etc. See also K.5. B.127 Letter from Sir Richard Nugent, Chairman of the House of Commons Select Committee on nationalised industries, 6 June 1962. Nugent wrote at the end of the Committee's enquiry into the electricity supply industry that taking evidence from Hinton had been a remarkable experience: 'Such a long and arduous examination is bound to penetrate the outer crust of personality and show the true nature of a man. Your brilliant mind and generous heart shine through, and left me with an impression which | shall always remember andtreasure. 'This has been a rich and unexpected bonus for me as Chair- man of the Committee, which will put me permanently in your debt! ' B.128 'The Electricity Supply Industry' l0pp. typescript, with ms. corrections and additions. Ms. inscriptions at head of the paper indicate that it was 'for Lord Douglass’ and 'typed 25.11.68". B.129 'Some questions on Fuel Policy’ l5pp. typescript 'second draft'. paper in November 1968. Ms. additions tentatively date this B.130 'The Philosophy of Generating Plant Design’ App. typescript (carbon), 2 July 1969. paper indicate it was 'sent to Dr Forrest' and 'for possible circulation to ESRC'. Ms. inscriptions at head of the Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 5] Energy B.131-B.139 'Parliament and Atomic Energy: The Political Control of a Government Programme' Duplicated typescript draft sent to Hinton for comment in 1972 byits author, C.E.S. Franks. B.68, B.73, B.74. For related correspondence, see B.65, B.66, B.131 contents and chapter I. Hinton's ms. note on the value of the manuscript, table of B.132 ChapterII B.133 ChapterIII B.134 Chapter IV B.135 Chapter V B.136 Chapter VI B.137 Chapter VII B.138 Chapter VIII B.139 Chapter IX B.140, B.141 Plowden Committee of Inquiry into the Structure of the Electricity Supply Industry, 1974-75. 1974 December-1975 January. B.140 invitation to Hinton to submit a written statement of his views, 19 December and Hinton's 'Note for the Committee of Inquiry into the Structure of the Electricity Supply Industry’, 9 January (15pp. typescript carbon). Includes Lord Plowden's B.141 evidence to the committee, 10 April (4pp.). 1975 March, April, December. Includes Hinton's oral Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 BACKGROUND MATERIAL 52 Energy B.142 B.143 B.144 B.145 Typescript lists of reference material on nuclear power, electricity supply, etc., with index. In original binder. Extracts from newspapers and specialised publications on energy matters (typescript and photocopies); also Hinton's own notesfor the file, some relating to House of Lords committee work. 1982-83. In original binder. Duplicated and printed energy papers, annotated by Hinton. 'Lectures by other people' (Hinton's category), 1956-81. Some have annotations, comments, etc. by Hinton. to energy questions. A few only relate Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 53 SECTION C ENGINEERING C.1 -C.266 C.1 -C.6 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS C.7 BRITISH ASSOCIATION CO-ORDINATING GROUP C.8 -C.75 COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING INSTITUTIONS (CE!) With an introductory note C.76 -C.248 THE FELLOWSHIP OF ENGINEERING With an introductory note INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS C.249 C.250 C.251-C.260 INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS C.261-C.264 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING C.265, C.266 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING (MEXICO) Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 54 Engineering C.1-C€.6 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, 1973-83 Hinton was elected Honorary Member of the Society in 1973. The remaining papers relate to his nomination of other British engineers for the same honour. C.1 C.2 C.3 1973 1974 1978 (1) C.4 C.5 Ci6 1978 (2) 1979-80 1981-83 C.7 BRITISH ASSOCIATION CO-ORDINATING GROUP, 1976-77 Brief correspondence and ‘Paper 8' (annotated by Hinton) on ‘education recruitment and deployment of professional level engineers to improve the performance of manufacturing industry and in particular production management’. C.8-C.75 COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING INSTITUTIONS (CEI), 1967-83 In 1966 the Council of Engineering Institutions was brought into being under the terms of a Royal Charter. HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, served asits first President for ten years (the maximum term of office). In 1976 the CEI was reorganised and Hinton assumed the Presidency initially for a term of five years, subsequently extended. Much of the general correspondence and papers relates to the various proposals for the reorganisation of the engineering profession including those of the Finniston Committee of Enquiry (1980). The MacRobert Award, administered by the CEI during the period Hinton was associated with it, is represented by separate sequences of materia! at Cpd0-© sto Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 a9 Engineering C.8-C..29, ‘General Correspondence', 1967-83. Contents of a very bulky folder so inscribed. C38 1967. 5pp. typescript notes headed 'Fulton Committee’, January ‘Committee on the Civil Service. Note of a meeting held C.9 at H.M. Treasury ... 14th February 1967! (29 pp. typescript). Hinton was one of the five witnesses from the CEI. C.10 1967 August. Secretaryship of the CEI. C.11 'Draft paper on future activities of CEI’, 1968, with ms. note by Hinton dated 23 November 1981 'I am almost certain that I wrote this paper'. See also C.30. 1971 C.12 Hinton's carbon of 9 Novemberhas later ms. note by him 'Nothing came of this proposal which was one of Prince Philip's bright ideas’. Proposal for a CEI Senate. October, November. C.13 1974 January. Environmental engineering exhibition. C.14 engineering profession. 1974 November, December. Future organisation of the 1975 March 26. C.15 to the Board of CEI on the future organisation of the engineering profession’, annotated by Hinton. 'Report of the CEI Executive Committee C.16 engineering profession. 1975 September-December. Future organisation of the 1976 January. Includes 2 copies of note from the Presidents of the C.17 profession. Institutions of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, with different annotations by Hinton. Future organisation of the engineering C.18 profession. at the Guildhall on Tuesday, February 10th 1976'. 1976 February, March. Includes 'Extract from the speech given by Lord Hinton Organisation of engineering C.19 profession. of reference, 12 April. 1976 April-October. Includes Hinton's 'Proposals' for CEI constitution and terms Organisation of engineering Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 56 Engineering ¢.20 of the CEI and the Fellowship. 1977. CElbranches; Science Centre Project; Presidency C.21 temporary Scientific Archives Centre; MacRobert Award. Presidency of the CEI and the Fellowship; Con- 1978. C.22 institutions. 1979, Recommendation; corporate membership of constituent C.23 1980. Presidency of the CEI. C.24 of the Engineering Council. 1981. Committee on Creativity and Innovation; financing C.25 for Science and Technology; energy and raw materials questions. Engineering Council; Foundation January-June. 1982 C.26 1982 July-September. Engineering Council. 1982 October. C.27 Includes copy of statement annotated by Hinton and Hinton's letter to the Chairman of the CEI abstracting the Hansard record of debates on the Industry Bill. Engineering Council's Policy Statement. C.28 1982 November. Engineering Council. C.29 Engineering Council annotated by Hinton. 1983 February-June. Includes copy of bye-laws of C.30 Papers re possible central building for engineering institutions, 1967-68. Brief correspondence(letter from the CEI Secretary of 9 February 1968 has later explanatory note by Hinton dated 30 November 1981); draft paper on 'A Combined C.E.I. Centre’; analysis of replies to questionnaire on joint housing; analysis of CEI activities under headings 'work done or in hand! and 'future developments’. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 57 Engineering Gol, 6.82 CEI Parliamentary Affairs Committee, 1970-72. Correspondence, memoranda and minutes. The original folder (not retained) bore a ms. inscription 'examined by Lord Hinton 1/12/81’. C.3]1 Parliamentary affairs committee. 1970. New Education Act; Hinton's membership of C.32 1971-72. Industrial relations, etc. C.33-C.35 CEI/CSTI Council for Environmental Science and Engineering, 1973-76. Correspondence and committee papers. On the formation of the Council in 1973, its chairman, K.C. Dunham, invited Hinton to become a member. heavy. He resigned in 1976 because his other commitments were so 1973. Includes annotated agenda of ‘formation’ meeting C.33 (16 April) and Hinton's 4pp. letter of 19 April to M.W. Leonard setting out his views on the problems facing the Council and what its approach should be. C.34 Council. 1974. Minutes only, of fifth and seventh meetings of the G35 1975-76. letter of resignation. Includes minutes of ninth meeting and Hinton's C.36 "CEI - Energy Crisis 1974'. Contents of a folder so inscribed: correspondence, ‘notes of a meeting of the CE! Chairman's Energy Panel' and photocopies of letters to The Times on the Energy Crisis. C.37 Press-cuttings re CEI affairs, 1975-76 (photocopies). Many relate to Hinton becoming President of the CEI in succession to the Duke of Edinburgh. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 58 Engineering C.38-C.75 The MacRobert Award The MacRobert Award, funded by the MacRobert Trusts, is made annually in recog nition of 'an outstanding contribution ... by way of innovation in the fields of engineering During or the other physical technologies or in the application of the physical sciences'. the period when Hinton was concerned with the Award, the winner was nominated by the Board of the CEI on the advice of an Evaluation Panel which included representatives of Hinton played an important part in the the Royal Society as well as of the CEI Groups. preliminary negotiations between the MacRobert Trustees and the CEI and served as chairman of the Evaluation Panel for many years before offering his resignation in March 1977. The first award was made in 1969. C.38-C.52 'MacRobert Award - Correspondence’, 1968-77. Contents of a very bulky folder 'examined by Lord Hinton Dec. '81'. Includes Hinton's correspondence with the Secretary of the MacRobert Trustees, the CEI MacRobert Award office, members of the Evaluation Committee and others. C.38 C.39 C.40 C.41 C.42 C.43 C.44 1968 1969 C.45 1971 December C.46 1972 1970 January 1970 February -April 1970 May, June C.47 C.48 C.49 1970 August-November C.50 1971 February -April C.51 C.52 1977 1973 February -September 1973 November, December 1974 1975 1976 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 oO” Engineering €.53=€.59 Committee Papers, 1968-76 Contents of a folder 'examined by Lord Hinton 15.2.79 and re-examined 4.12.81'. Minutes, memoranda, evaluation sheets (short-listed topics considered against four criteria: merit of conception, merit of evolution to practical use, prestige and national prosperity) and a little correspondence. C.53 C.54 €.55 1968-69 1970 1971-72 C.56 1973 C.57 1974 C.58 1975-76 C.59 evaluation committee, 1974-76. MacRobert Award shortlists, 1969-76; membership of C.60-C.74 MacRobert Award winners, 1969-75 Miscellaneous material including draft statements prepared for CEI Board, public announcement of award, etc. C.60 Royce, Bristol. 1969. Award to Freeman, Fox and Partners and Rolls- App. typescript statement re award winners. C.61, C.62 1970. Award to British Petroleum. C.6l letter from M.J. Lighthill. Duplicated material from BP re their successful submission; C262 North Slopes Oilfield’. "Speech 15.12.70' on 'The B.P. Exploration of the Alaskan C.63 1971. Award to Gas Council. App. typescript statement re award winner (2 copies); duplicated and printed background material. C.64 1972. Award to EMI. 'Press conference. the EMI-scanner', 22 November (18pp. typescript). The new invention of X-ray techniques used in Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 60 Engineering C.65, C.66 1973. Award to Dunlop. C.65 C.66 Spp. typescript draft re award winner. Correspondence with G.W. Turner. C.67-C.69 1974, Award to ICI. C.67 representatives, 17 October 1974; Hinton's ms. notes. Note of meeting between Evaluation Committee and ICI C.68 speech; letters of thanks from ICI. App. typescript statement on award winner; ms. notes for C.69 publication annotated by Hinton). ‘Methanol Synthesis by ICI Low Pressure Process’ (ICI C.70-C.73 Helicopters. 1975. Award to British Railways Board and Westland "Note of the second visit of the MacRobert Award Evaluation C.70 Committee to the Advanced Passenger Train’, 8 October 1975; material supplied by British Railways Board Research and Development Division in support of their submission . App. typescript draft 'The development of new principles CuFt for the design of suspension and support systems for railway rolling stock’, 9 October 1975, with ms. annotations by Hinton and R.C. Bond; Spp. typescript draft ‘Developments in Railway Vehicle Suspensions', 30 October 1975, with ms. annotations by Hinton and (at head offirst page) the date '2 December 1975! and 'Copy sent to L. Zuckerman 10/12/81'; Ip. ms. correspondence with R.C. Bond, October, November 1975; note on the MacRobert Award. Report of Evaluation Committee's visit to Westland, 4 November C:72 1975; 9pp. typescript statement + figures on 'The semi-rigid rotor’, 19 September 1972, annotated by Hinton. 'Lynx' (Westland Helicopters Limited publication, 1972) and C.73 'The Lynx Helicopter’, 2 December 1975 (6pp. typescript statement by Hinton). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 6] Engineering C.74 1976. No award. Copy of Times article 'Ils innovation caught in a poverty trap?' and letter from Hinton to the Times’s Technology Correspondent (both 3 December 1976); also MacRobert Award shortlists. C.75 List of MacRobert Award winners, 1969-82. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 62 Engineering C.76-C.248 THE FELLOWSHIP OF ENGINEERING, 1975-83 C.76 -C.179 General correspondence and papers C.180-C.205 Appeals and finance C.206-C.248 Finniston Committee of Enquiry into the Engineering Profession. In 1975 the CEI's new Charter and Statutes created a Fellowship of Engineering thus meeting the wishes of Prince Philip for 'the formation of an elite body which would do for engineering what The Royal Society does for the sciences and scientific technology’. In accordance with the terms of the Charter Hinton, as President of the CEI, became President and Chairman of the Fellowship, serving a five-year term to 1981. In his ‘Memorandum of Activities from 1970 to 1980' (A.9) Hinton draws attention to some of the difficulties experienced in getting the new organisation off the ground, including the absence of secretarial support and inadequate finances. It is clear from the very extensive documentation which survives how much of the burden of these early years was borne by Hinton and his private secretary, Mrs. Ellis. Hinton's files of general correspondence and papers relate to the founding, organisa- tion and administration of the Fellowship, including the Annual Distinction Lecture and Annual Soirée. There is very little material relating to selecting members of the Fellow- ship. For the period of Hinton's Presidency this was the responsibility of a subcommittee chaired by Sir Hugh Ford. Hinton's appeal committee files relate to his efforts to put the Fellowship on a sound financial footing. Hinton's Finniston Committee papers are presented in a separate subsection under the general heading of Fellowship of Engineering since except on the occasions when he acted in a personal capacity he was acting as President of the Fellowship in respect of the Finniston Enquiry. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 63 Engineering GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS, 1975-83 1975-76 C.76 1975 December-1976 March G8! 1976 August Ci77 1976 April, May C82 1976 September C.78 1976 June (1) C.83 1976 October C.79 1976 June (2) C.84 1976 November(1) C.80 1976 July €.85 1976 November (2) C.86 1976 December 1977 C.87 C.88 C.89 C.90 C.91 C.92 C.93 C.94 C.95 C.96 C.97 C.98 January (1) January (2) January (3) February (1) February (2) March (1) March (2) March (3) April (1) April (2) April (3) May(1) Cc 99 May(2) Cc . 100 June Cc 101 July C «}02 August (1) C . 103 August (2) G . 104 August (3) C.105 September (1) C.106 September (2) C.107 Oct ober C.108 November (1) C.109 November (2) C.110 December(1) C.111 December (2) Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 64 Engineering 1978 C.112 C.113 14 A 115 A 116 A 117 A January February (1) February (2) March (1) March (2) April O . 120 June (2) 121 O - July N A .122 August N O 123 September O 124 Oct ober O o 125 Nove mber(1) O A 118 May O o .126 November (2) N O «lg June (1) O o .127 December 1979 C.128 C.129 C.130 131 A 132 133 134 135 A A A N O January (1) January (2) February (1) February (2) March (1) March (2) April May(1) A O . 136 May(2) n N 137 June (1) a O . 138 June (2) o O 139 July A . 140 August (1) a A 141 August (2) n a A . 142 September(1) N A 143 September (2) N O A 144 October (1) N O ~145 October (2) O A . 146 November (1) N O . 147 November (2) C.148 December Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 65 Engineering 1980 C.149 C.150 C.151 C.152 C.153 C.154 C.155 January (1) January (2) February (1) February (2) March April (1) April (2) C.156 May 1981 a 157 A June a A . 158 July (1) a A . 159 July (2) a A . 160 August A 161 September N A . 162 Oct ober A O A . 163 November N O 164 December C.165 January (1) . 168 March C.166 January (2) .169 April-June C.167 February .170 July-December 1982 C.171 January C.172 February (1) C.173 February (2) . 174 March .175 April-July .176 September -November January, February .178 March, April C.179 May Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 APPEALS AND FINANCE 66 Engineering "Fellowship of Engineering - Appeals Committee 1977/80' Contents of a folder so inscribed and with a further ms. note 'examined by Lord Hinton 19.11.81". CG; 180 1977 May a .190 1979 February (1) C c c .181 1977 August-November N A .191 1979 February (2) .182 1978 July, August n a A .192 1979 March .183 1978 September, October N n A -193 1979 April C.184 1978 November 194 N n 1979 May E Cc C C Cc .185 1978 December(1) N O A .195 1979 June .186 1978 December (2) n N .196 1979 July-October .187 1979 January (1) O N .197. 1980 February -May .188 1979 January (2) .198 O A 1980 July-November .189 1979 January (3) N O .199 Appeal brochure (1980) 'l Wolfson Foundation 2B.P. Energy Research Prize 3 Parliamentary and Scientific Cttee.' Contents of a folder so inscribed and with a further ms. note ‘examined by Lord Hinton -19.11.81.' C.200-C. 203 Correspondence re possible financial support for the Fellowship from the Wolfson Foundation. C.200 1978 July, August C.202 1979 July-October C.201 1979 March-May C.203 1980 February-May Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 67 Engineering C.204 Correspondence re 'BP Energy Research Prize’, August-October 1979. BP were preparing to launch the prize to stimulate energy research projects in higher education and looked to the Fellowship, together with the Royal Society, to provide a judging panel. BP's ‘official proposal’ to the Fellowship. Folder includes C.205 1 letter only, from Secretary of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, 29 December 1978. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 68 Engineering FINNISTON COMMITTEE OF ENQUIRY INTO THE ENGINEERING PROFESSION The Secretary of State for Industry (Eric Varley) announced an enquiry into the Much ofthe engineering profession chaired by Sir Monty Finniston on 5 July 1977. material in Hinton's Finniston Committee files relates to the preparation of the Fellowship's submission to the Committee and the response of the engineering profession in general and the Fellowship in particular to the Committee's report. See also D.164, D.165. Correspondence Contents of Hinton's correspondence files relating to the Finniston Enquiry, 1977-81, ‘examined by Lord Hinton - 1/12/81.' C; 206 1977 February -November N .218 A 1980 April Cc. 207 1978 January-March a A .219 1980 May, June N O . 208 1978 April n a A .220 1980 July 209 1978 May, June A N A 221 . 1980 August .210 1978 July-November n A ee 1980 September 211 1979 January, April A N A 223 1980 October (1) N N N N .212 1979 September, December .213 1980 January, February n n A .224 1980 October (2) .225 1980 November, December 0 0 0 A 214 1980 March (1) A N A 226 1981 January (1) 215 1980 March (2) A O A .227 1981 January (2) A N A .216 1980 March (3) O N O . 228 1981 March-July N O 217 1980 March (4) N O . 229 1981 August-October Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 Submissions 69 Engineering Contents of a very bulky folder inscribed 'Evidence to Finniston Cttee’. C.230 Department of Industry Press Notices, July and December 1977. C.231 €,232 C.233 C.234 C.235 Submission to the Committee of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession by the Council of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, January 1978. A Submission to the Committee The Institution of Chemical Engineers. of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession. (Supplement to the February 1978 issue of The Chemical Engineer). The Council of Engineering Institutions’ Submission to the Committee of Enquiry into the Engineering Profession, May 1978. Evidence to the Committee of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession. Submitted by the Royal Society and the Fellowship of Engineering, September 1978. (Annotated by Hinton.) University of Bath School of Electrical Engineering. Support Technology in the 4-Year Industry-Linked Degree, January 1979. Proposals for C.236 Further papers relating to engineering at Bath. C.237 C.238 C.239 C.240 Papers relating to technology and industry in Japan, January, February 1979, ‘Wealth of the Nation - Engineers for an Industrial Future', July 1979. (The Institution of Electrical Engineers. ) ‘Comment by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession’, n.d. 'Finniston Report', 13 February 1980. by Hinton. 13pp. typescript paper Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 70 Engineering C.241 ‘Consideration of the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession’. A7pp. transcript of tape-recording of meeting of the Fellowship of Engineering, 3 March 1980. Hinton was in the Chair. C.242 Institution of Structural Engineers 'Response to the invitation from the Department of Industry to comment on the recommendations of the Finniston Committee Report', March 1980. Folder includes press release and letter from President of Institution of Structural Engineers to Secretary of State for Industry (Sir Keith Joseph). C.243 C.244 C.245 ‘Response to the Department of Industry by the Council of Engineering Institutions on the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession’, March 1980. . Institution of Production Engineers 'Comments on the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession’, April 1980. ‘An outline constitution for an engineering authority’, April 1980. (Joint submission to Sir Keith Joseph from the four leading engineering Institutions. ) Folder includes press release. C.246 "Engineering our future', HMSO, 1980. (Summary of Finniston report. ) C.247 Copy of Finniston Report. In ring-back binder. There are 7pp. ‘amendments to text', dated 19 November 1979, at the front of the report. Hinton by Finniston, 14 December 1979 (C.212). This is very probably the advancecopy sent to C.248 Hinton's ms. notes on the Finniston Report (l4pp.). Found loose in preceding. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 7) Engineering C.249 INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 1970 Brief correspondence re draft report on 'The role of Women in Engineering’. For Honorary Fellowship and recollections see A.198. C.250 INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 1970-72 Contents of a folder inscribed 'examined by L. Hinton - 15.4.82'. 1970 correspondencerelates to proposed nuclear powerstation at Stourport-on -Severn and the |.E.E.'s Centenary celebrations (May 1971). In 1971 Hinton was made an Honorary Fellow and in 1972 he agreed to be filmed 'as a permanent record'. The film took the form of a brief address by Hinton. For Hinton's script see A.10. C.251-C.260 INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 1962-83 Hinton examined his 1.M.E. files in April 1982. The surviving material is presented as a chronological sequence. C.251 1962-64. Includes correspondencere Presidential succession. 1965. C.252 Institution of Mechanical Engineers on Divisional Lines'. draft (2 versions). 'Thoughts on the proposal for reorganisation of the Hinton's I lpp. €.253 1967-68. 1969 April-December. C.254 training for overseas students of engineering. for 21 July meeting of Joint Overseas Activities Committee. Correspondence etc. re education and Includes paper by Hinton Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 72 Engineering 1969 Report (sent to Hinton by Secretary, 1.M.E.) C.255 on meeting at Royal Society to consider papers of distinguished modern scientists, and related correspondence. June. 1970. Golden Jubilee of National Certificate Scheme; C.256 developing countries; green paper on research; history of engineering education in Britain. C.257 Institution and his election as an Honorary Fellow, etc. Hinton's completion of fifty years as a member of the 1971. C.258 trends and philosophy. 1972. Includes correspondence and papers re membership 1973-81. C.259 Williams, Chairman of the Thames Valley I. Mech. E. when presenting Lord Hinton with a small gift on behalf of the panel’, 12 January 1976. Includes 'Note of what was said by Mr. J. Bradbury- C.260 Club dinners, etc.) and re bust of Hinton. 1982-83. Principally social (invitations to Council Dining C.261-C.264 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING 1976-83 Hinton was elected as a Foreign Associate of the Academy in 1976. This was the first o¢casion the Academy had elected Foreign Associates. C.261 1976. Hinton's election; visit of NAE President to Britain. C.262 1977-78. Invitations to meetings, etc. 1980-81. Includes correspondence with President NAE on C.263 early difficulties of the Academy, its relations with the National Academy of Sciences, the American government and the specialised American Societies and Institutions, etc. C.264 1983. Includes list of NAE British Foreign Associates. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 73 Engineering C.265, C.266 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING (MEXICO) 1977-82 Hinton was elected as Corresponding Member in 1977. C.265 1977, 1980 C.266 1981-82. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 74 SECTION D HOUSE OF LORDS D.1 - D.176 INTRODUCTION TO SECTION D D.1 -D.20 GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE D.21 -D.107 EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES COMMITTEE (SUB-COMMITTEE F) D.108-D.127 EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES COMMITTEE (SUB-COMMITTEE G) D.128-D.142 SELECT COMMITTEES (PRIVATE BILLS) D.143-D.172 SPEECHES IN DEBATES D.173-D.176 PRINTED AND DUPLICATED MATER IAL Hinton was made a life peer in 1965 taking the title Baron Hinton of Bankside. He was an active member of the House of Lords taking part in committee work, especially the European Communities Committee (Sub-Committees F and G) and speaking in debate on topics of special interest to him such as engineering and energy. Although very considerable documentation of Hinton's work in the House of Lords is presented here, the catalogued papers must form only a small fraction of what passed through his hands. _In an undated note preserved at D.21, Mrs. P. Ellis, Hinton's secretary, explains the procedure for dealing with papers used at the meetings of Sub- Committees F and G: Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 75 ‘House of Lords ‘It was not possible to keep all the papers used for House of Lords committee work simply because they were too voluminous. LH therefore decided that in general when the cttee's red report was published ... the background papers could be destroyed. retained for various reasons - special comments on them by LH, important information, etc.' There were cases, however, when papers were At the request of the receiving repository a further weeding has been undertaken by the present cataloguers so that only those committee papers bearing significant annotation by Hinton have been preserved. When Hinton's annotation has been limited to a brief summation on the cover or title page of a lengthy report only that cover or title page has been retained. Lord Hinton's interest in the selection and preservation of his own papers is evident from his comments on the original folders of House of Lords material. Examples of these comments are preserved with the committee papers on which he waspassing judgement. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 76 House of Lords GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1968-83 Contents of a very bulky folder inscribed 'House of Lords Miscellaneous’ . Includes correspondence and papers from firms and organisations drawing Hinton's attention to legislation of interest to them and providing him with information they thought he ought to have; also correspondence with fellow peers on matters of mutual interest . D.1 D.2 D.3 D.4 D.5 D.6 D.7 1968, 1971 Correspondence and papers re Green Paper on 'Government 1972. Research and Development'; copy of Hinton's letter to Lord Rothschild, 5 December, re ‘curiosity oriented research’ and 'product oriented research’. 1973, January-March. Includes draft speech for debate on White Paper Cmnd. 5174 - ‘Education: A Framework for Expansion’ and letter from L. Rotherham commenting on draft. 1973, April-June. of movement of engineers in the European Economic Community. Includes correspondence and papers re freedom Includes correspondence and papers re Trade Union and Labour 1975. Relations (Amendment) Bill and Top Salaries Review Body: Peers' Expenses Allowance. 1976, March-May. and Shipbuilding Industries Bill, Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill and new Asvicoty Council on Applied R and D. Includes correspondence and papers re Aircraft Continuing correspondence and papers re Aircraft 1976, June, July. and Shipbuilding Industries Bill and Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 77 House of Lords D.8 D.9 Includes letter from BBC television 1976, October, November. producer re 'Panorama' programme on future of the House of Lords and photocopy of questionnaire on the subject completed by Hinton. Includes correspondence and papers re Severn Barrage and 1977. letter from Hinton commenting on 'Report to the Congress which deals with the American work on development of the Fast Reactor’. 1978, March, April. Nuffield Foundation study of the role of a Second Chamber within the British Constitution and river water quality. Correspondence and papers re Scotland Bill, 1978, May, November. Conference '78' and productliability. Correspondence and papersre 'Coal 1979, October, December. Includes material re acid rain. 1980, January. from coal-fired power stations. Correspondence and papersre radioactive release 1980, February, March. from powerstations and County of Kent Bill. Correspondence and papers re emissions 1980, April, May. Bill, Licensing Amendment Bill and Gas Bill. Correspondence and papers re County of Kent 1980, July. Planning and Land (No. 2) Bill. Correspondence and papers re Local Government, 1981, January-June. 1974, and Energy Conservation Bill. Includes material re Control of Pollution Act, 1981, August, October, November. on environmental concerns. Includes completed questionnaires Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 78 House of Lords D.19 Includes completed questionnaire for Review Body on Top 1982. Salaries which was seeking information about 'the circumstances in which Peers carry out their Parliamentary duties and Peers' views on the present expenses allowance’. D.20 1983 EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES COMMITTEE SUB-COMMITTEE F (Energy, Transport, Technology and Research) D.21 Information D.22-D.92 Committee papers D.93 Minutes D.94-D.107 Correspondence. INFORMATION D.21 Note by Mrs. P. Ellis (Lord Hinton's secretary) on Hinton's policy in respect of the retention or destruction of papers used for House of Lords committee work. Lists of papers used at Sub-Committee 'F' meetings, 1975-80. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 COMMITTEE PAPERS 79 House of Lords In the following entries the dates of the committee meetings are given and some indication of the agenda topics represented by the surviving documentation. 1975 D.22 D.23, D.24 January 25. Weight and dimensions of commercial road vehicles. 'R/3333/74 (New Energy Policy strategy for the February 19. Community: Commission targets for 1985 and sectoral guidelines required to attain them)'. 2 folders. D.25 D.26 February 27. 'R/3333/74'. March 5. 'R/3333/74'. D.27-D.30 March 13. 'R/3333/74'. 4 folders. D.31 March 20. 'R/3333/74'. D.32, D.33 March 26. 'R/3333/74'. 2 folders. D.34 D.35 D.36 D.37 April 16. 'R/3333/74'. June 19. Annotated agenda only. July 17. Technological problems of nuclear safety. July 30. energy sources within the Community. Technological problems of nuclear safety; development of Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 80 House of Lords D.38 D.39 D.40 D.41 D.42 D.43 D.44 D.45 1976 D.46 D.47 D.48 D.49 September 18. water for bathing. Lead pollution; pollution of sea water and fresh September 19. Financing of Community energy policy. ‘Circulation of papers and advance warning of future meetings’, dated 3 October 1975, with two papers re Community environment action programme. October 15. and air safety. Community intervention in the field of air transport Folder includes brief correspondence between Hinton and Civil Aviation Authority, July 1975. "House of Lords Sub-Committee "F" Visit to Brussels, October 1975’. Contents of a folder so inscribed. November 6. R3333 (Community energy policy). November 20. OECD's Dragon high temperature reactor project. 'R/210/75 - Draft Directive on the reduction of water pollution caused by wood pulp mills' and related papers. January 15. Hinton's ms. note only. March 3. Energy policy. March 11. ‘Further consideration of Aeronautical Programme’. March 18. Site for the Joint European Torus (JET). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 D.50 D.51 D.52 D.53 D.54 D.55 D.56 1977 D.57 D.58 D.59 D.60 D.61 8] House of Lords April 1. Siting of JET. September 30. Research Centre’. '1977-80 Multi-annual programmefor the Joint Further papers on Joint Research Centre (contents of a plastic folder) kept with preceding. October 21. Carriage of goods by road; inland waterways. ‘Background papers re visit to Ispra - 8-11 November 1976’. Contents of a folder so inscribed. November 25. 'J.R.C. Multi-annual Programme’. December 9 (Joint meeting with Sub-Committee G). Annual Programme’. ‘JRC Multi- January 21. European R&D Policy. February 2. EEC Energy Policy. 'Visit to Brussels by Members of Sub-Committee F - March 77'. Contents of a folder so inscribed. March 31. EEC Energy Policy. July 21. EEC R&D Policy. D.62-D.65 November 11. EEC R&D Policy. 4A folders. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 1978 D.66 82 of February 23. nuclear fuels. Fast breeder reactors; reprocessing of irradiated D.67 May 18. EEC Coal Inquiry. 1979 D.68 1980 D.69 D.70 D.71 D.72 D.73 D.74 D.75 "World Energy Supply and Demand up to 2020 A.D.' Hinton's 17pp. typescript paper (with ms. corrections) 'For H of L Sub-Cttee F', 10 January. Folder also includes typescript 'Data from Energy 2020' and ‘Energy Projections 1979', and ms. notes on 'Uranium Resources and Demand in the EEC, ‘Uranium Prices', etc. April. EEC Transport Policy. July 24. Biomolecular Engineering. [October 9J. Community Energy Policy. October 30. Community Energy Policy. November 13. Community Energy Policy. November 27. Community Energy Policy. [December 173. Gas Appliances; Nuclear Power Industry. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 83 House of Lords 1981 D.76 D.77 D.78 D.79 D.80 1982 D.81 D.82 D.83 D.84 D.85 D.86 1983 D.87 D.88 [May 7J. Community Energy Policy. July 2. Public Transport; Electricity Supply. LOctober 21. Community Energy Policy. [October 29. Community Energy Policy. November, December. Community Energy Policy. February 18, March 4 and 18. Raw materials. March 25, May 6. Raw materials. June 17. Annotated agenda only. July 18. of a meeting he was unable to attend. Hinton's ms. comments on strategic materials in respect October 14 and 21. Rational use of energy. November 11, 18 and 25. Rational use of energy. December 2, 9. and 16. Rational use of energy. February 3and 17. The role for coal in Community energy strategy. March 3, 10 and 17. Coal in Community energy strategy. 84 House of Lords Miscellaneous coal papers, February, April 1983. March. Kingdom. Regulations controlling use of road vehicles in the United Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 D.89 D.90 Miscellaneous D.91, D.92 Miscellaneous committee papers unattributed as to meeting. Topics include oil supply problems, natural gas, strategic minerals and rational use of energy. 2 folders. MINUTES D.93 Minutes of Sub-Committee F meetings, 25 November 1976 and 17 February 1977, annotated by Hinton. CORRESPONDENCE Hinton's correspondence with clerks, peers and expert advisers in respect of his work on Sub-Committee F. D.94 D.95 1974, December - 1975, July. Sub-Committee C (education, employment and social health) and Hinton's reply suggesting that the Sub-Committee on which he could be most useful was that dealing with energy, i.e. Sub-Committee F; also correspondence on 'R/3333/74 EEC Energy Policy Strategy’. Includes invitation to serve on 1976, October-December. and Joint Research Centre. Includes correspondence re energy policy Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 85 House of Lords D.96 D.97 D.98 D.99 D.100 D.101 D.102 D.103 D.105 D.106 D.107 Includes Hinton's 'Questions for Sir Brian 1977, January-May. Flowers’ (in his capacity as President of the European Science Foundation), 'Note on draft report on EEC Energy Policy’ and 'Notes on Mr. Thorley's Draft Table (Appendix 1)'. Specialist Adviser, House of Lords, 1975-79.) (C.G. Thorley was 1977, June, July. R & D Policy’. Includes Hinton's 'Notes on draft report on EEC 1977, November, December. on R & D in EEC', 'Notes for the Committee "F" Enquiry into the Coal Industry’, and 'The Energy Resources and Requirements of Greece, Portugal and Spain' (ms. and typescript drafts). Includes Hinton's 'Suggested Conclusions 1978, January-March. Nuclear Policy’ and 'Thorium in the Nuclear Power Cycle’. Includes Hinton's notes on ‘President Carter's 1978, April-October. visit to Brussels. Includes correspondence and papers re proposed 1978, December-1979, March. re 'Energy Objectives for 1990' and small hydroelectric units. Includes correspondence and papers 1979, April, May. Correspondence and papers re ‘Energy Objectives for 1990'. 1979, June, October-December. re ‘Fusion Report’. Includes correspondence and papers 1980, January-August. Objectives for 1990' and biomolecular engineering. Includes correspondence and papers re ‘Energy 1981, February-December. Information Technologies and 'Combined Transport’ . Includes correspondence and papers re 1982. Includes correspondence and papersre strategic minerals. 1983, January-May. Principally Hinton's comments on draft minutes. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 86 House of Lords EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES COMMITTEE SUB-COMMITTEE G (Environment) .108 Information D.109-D.122 Committee papers D.123-D.127 Correspondence INFORMATION D.108 Lists of papers used at Sub-Committee 'G' meetings, 1975-81. COMMITTEE PAPERS In the following entries the dates of the committee meetings are given (where known) and someindication of the agenda topics represented by the surviving documentation. 1981 D.109 [February 24. Asbestos. D.110 March 17. Oil pollution of the sea. D.111 D.112 Discharge of cadmium into the aquatic environment; wastes May 19. from the titanium dioxide industry; participation by the EEC in the Action Plan for the Mediterranean. June 23. from the titanium dioxide industry. Discharge of cadmium into the aquatic environment; wastes Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 87 House of Lords D.113 D.114 1982 October 13. Recycling and reuse of containers of liquid for human consumption; enforcement, in respect of shipping using Community ports, of international standards for shipping safety and pollution prevention. October 27. consumption. Recycling and reuse of containers of liquid for human D.115-D.119 Committee papers and notes by Hinton on the polluter paysprinciple, October-December and n.d. 5 folders. 1983 D.120-D.122 Committee papers (including 'Suggested changes to draft report by Lord Hinton of Bankside’) on the polluter pays principle, etc., January-March. 3 folders. CORRESPONDENCE Principally correspondence with clerks respecting committee business. 1978, June. of groundwater. Includes Sub-Committee G's draft report re protection 1980, November - 1981, November. 1981, December - 1982, October. 1982, October, November. on Pollution Control’. Includes Hinton's ‘Alternative Thoughts 1983, January-May. Includes note by Hinton on ‘Sewage Disposal’. D.123 D.124 D.125 D.126 D.127 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 88 House of Lords SELECT COMMITTEES (PRIVATE BILLS) D.128-D.134 "House of Lords - Select Committees’. Contents of a folder so inscribed and with further ms. inscription 'Examined by Lord Hinton - Dec. '81'. D.128 Turbary Lands in the County of Dorset. Correspondence, April-September 1972. D.129 Kensington and Chelsea Corporation Bill. Minutes of evidence, 2 May 1972 (2pp. only). D.130 Maplin Airport Bill. Brief correspondence only, July 1973. Portland Bill. D.131 Brief correspondence, March, April 1974; 4pp. ‘Suggested Amendments' with Hinton's ms. note 'The whole Bill was disallowed’. D.132 County of South Glamorgan Bill. Correspondence, etc., May, November, December 1975. D.133 Tyne and WearBill. Minutes of evidence, 4 May 1976 (4pp. only). D.134 Four Counties Bills. Lord Hinton's 'Opening Remarks' as chairman; minutes of evidence (4pp. only); 'Record of advice on the Four Counties Bills received from Lord Aberdare'; brief correspondence, March-May 1978. See also D.159. D.135-D.142 Lancashire Bill. Hinton served as Chairman of the LancashireBill. D.135, D.136 Correspondence, March-October 1982. 2 folders. "Lord Hinton's Working Papers and Briefing material’. Anote by Hinton's secretary dated 6 July 1983 explains D.137-D.142 6 folders. the survival of the material: ‘Normally most of this would be destroyed - it has not been done as the Bill has not yet been debated. (This was put off due to Gen. Election)’. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 89 House of Lords SPEECHES IN DEBATES Although Hinton was created a life peer in 1965, the extant material covers his contributions to the House's debates 1970-82 only. drafts for speeches; other significant material is noted in the entries which also give the date of the debate and some indication of topic. These are principally typescript 1970 D.143 1972 D.144 1973 D.145 D.146 D.147 1975 D.148 D.149 D.150 March 4. Pearson Report; help for developing countries. February 29. ment’. Green Paper on 'Government Research and Develop- 'The need for a National Energy Plan in relation to February 28. Britain's entry into the EEC and the increasing inadequacyof world energy supplies’. White Paper Cmnd. 5174 - 'Education: A Framework for March 29. Expansion’ . Folder includes annotated copy of White Paper and brief corres pondencearising from debate. ‘Speech for Dinordwic (North Wales Hydro Electric Power July 19. Bill) if necessary’. Folder includes printed and duplicated background material. February 12. ‘Energy Conservation’. July 22. European Communities. Second Special Report of the Select Committee on the December 2. EEC Commission plans for energy supplies to 1985. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 1976 90 House of Lords D.151-D.153 January 29. Technological Problems of Nuclear Safety. Includes correspondence and background material . April 1. Environment (disposal of effluents and other wastes). D.155 Joint European Torus (JET). May 18. Folder includes brief correspondence and printed background material . D.156, D.157 1978 D.158 D.159 1979 D.160 Sixth Report of the Royal Commission on Environmental December 22. Pollution (Flowers Report). D.157 contains related correspondence, October 1976-January 1977. 2 folders. See D.174. February. Research and Development in the EEC. Report on Opposed Clauses of Local Government Private July 17. Bills. Folder includes correspondence with clerks and peers, June, July. See also D.134. January 23. Coal. Folder includes letter from Chairman of National Coal Board. D.161 January 24. Amenity. Folder includes related correspondence. D.162 'To draw attention to the need for revising the current March 7. provisions of the energy programme and the prices and incomes control programmesin the light of recent events in Iran’. Typescript draft has ms. note 'L. Hinton ill with influenza speech used by L. Sherfield'. Lord Halsbury and 'Data from Energy 2020'. Folder also includes brief correspondence with Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 91 House of Lords October 23. Construction Products. Folder includes related correspondence. See also D.175. 1980 D.164, D.165 February 27. Finniston Report. D.164 Includes 13pp. note on the Finniston Report dated 13 February. D.165 February, March. Correspondence with engineers and engineering organisations, For further material on the Finniston Report, see C.206-C. 248. D.166 March 19. Energy Conservation. Folder includes related correspondence and background material . 1981 D.167 1982 March 9. Industry Bill. D.168, D.169 October 21. Natural Gas. D.168 with Lord Kings Norton, the mover of the motion for debate. Folder includes ms. notes by Hinton and correspondence D.169 Printed and duplicated background material. D.179-D.172 December 8. Fast Reactor. Folder includes 'Second draft' of speech with ms. note D.170 ‘Superseded’ and 'Sketch of Opening Speech to be reduced as other speakers indicate they will deal with the points made’. D.171 debate; Hinton's ms. notes; background material. Correspondence with Lord Halsbury re organising of the D.172 reactor policy and design. Correspondence with W. Marshall and P.B. Hirsch re fast Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 92 House of Lords PRINTED AND DUPLICATED MATERIAL D.173 D.174 D.175 D.176 Duplicated copy of Hinton's evidence before House of Commons Select Committee on Estimates (Sub-Committee B), 22 April 1959. Sixth Report on Nuclear Power and the Environment of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. Hinton's annotated copy with loose ms. and typescript items. Report of the Select Committee on the European Communities on Construction Products, 1979, with some loose items. Report of the Select Committee on the European Communities on EEC Energy Policy, 1980. Title page has note of Hinton's comment on this report. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 93 SECTION E UNIVERSITY OF BATH E.1 - E.65 INTRODUCTION TO SECTION E E.1 -E.7 GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE E.8 -E.10 DEVELOPMENT APPEAL E.11-E.14 APPO INTMENTS E.15 E.16 CONVOCATION UNIVERSITY COURT E.17-E.19 DEGREE CONGREGATIONS E.20-E.65 SPEECHES, ADDRESSES, WRITINGS Whenthe Bristol College of Science and Technology became the new ‘University of Bath, A Technological University’ in 1965, Hinton was invited to becomeits first He had doubted the wisdom of the Robbins Report which recommended Chancellor. that Colleges of Advanced Technology should have university status and it is apparent that he never lost this doubt. He later regretted the removal of the words 'A Techno- logical Univesity’ from Bath's title. once he had decided to do so, he became a staunch supporter of the University and He hesitated to accept the Chancellorship; however, worked tirelessly for it until his retirement fifteen years later. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 94 University of Bath Oneofhis first tasks was to help with the appeal which was launched in 1965 for funds to build student residential accommodation and other facilities. gave invaluable support to this appeal and personally approached leading industrialists Hinton asking for donations (E.8-E.10). The quality of his formal addresses was recognised by the University which arranged for the publication of his Installation Address and his yearly speeches at Degree Congregations. A copy of the volume, published after Hinton's retirement underthe title 'Some Speeches of a Chancellor’, is included at E.65. In his preface the then Vice-Chancellor, Professor P.T. Matthews, wrote: ‘Throughout this period Lord Hinton exerted a profoundly beneficial influence on the University, not least through the special flavour which he gave to its ceremonies through the dignity of his presence’. In addition, Hinton spoke on many other occasions: informal talks to the students, speeches proposing the toast of the Honorary Graduates, speeches at meetings of the Court and of Convocation, and at the Peppercorn Rent ceremonies. and notes for these speeches, showing the same careful preparation and ever present concern for the future of Britain, the part the students would play in it, and the qualities they would needin life, are to be found in items E.20-E.64 Drafts Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 95 University of Bath GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE 1965-83 Hinton's correspondence with Vice-Chancellors, academic staff, students and others about the general affairs of the university. E.1 E.2 E.3 E.4 E.5 E.6 E.7 1965-66. Hinton's acceptance of invitation to become Chancellor (March 1965); presentation of a mace to the new university by the Goldsmiths Company; the title of the new university. 1968. body on ‘Student Responsibility’ and re title of the university. Includes correspondence re proposed address to the student Includes continuing correspondence re address to student body 1969. (which took place in February) and re title of the university. 1970-73 1974-77. campaign and disinvestment in South Africa. Includes correspondence and papers re student grants 1978-81. February 1980. Hinton offered his resignation from the Chancellorship in 1982-83 DEVELOPMENT APPEAL 1966-68 An appeal was organised with Hinton's active support to raise money to provide the new university with residential accommodation and communal buildings. cao Eot 1966, April-June. industrialists re appeal. Correspondence with university officers and Includes draft text for appeal brochure . 1966, June-1968 January. officers and industrialists re appeal. See also E.21. Continuing correspondence with university Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 E.10 96 University of Bath Copies of The Proposed University of Bath, A Technological University (1965) and The Proposed University of Bath, A Techno- logical University, Development Appeal (n.d.). APPOINTMENTS 1967-69, 1975-76 Correspondence re appointment of new Vice-Chancellors. E.11-E.13 1967-69 3 folders. E.14 1975-76 CONVOCATION 1969-79 E.15 Correspondence and papers re meetings of Convocation, including agendas, a report by the chairman of the graduates' standing com- mittee on the effectiveness of Convocation (1970) and Convocation Newsletter no.3. 1975 on 'The decline in British industrial pre-eminence’. Hinton gave the Convocation Address in January UNIVERSITY COURT 1970-79 E.16 General correspondence re meetings; agendas 1970 and 1975, annotated by Hinton. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 97 University of Bath DEGREE CONGREGATIONS 1969-80 Hinton's correspondence with Vice-Chancellors and others re arrangements. 1969-74. Includes lists of honorary graduates, 1966-79. 1975-76. tion address. Includes background material and drafts for 1976 congrega- E.17 E.18 E.19 1977-80 SPEECHES, ADDRESSES, WRITINGS 1965 E.20 1966 | E.22 E.23 E.24 E.25 'A University of Technology: The New Concept' Hinton's foreword for book on the new University of Bath by G. Walters; brief related correspondence. ‘Appeal Luncheon, Bath University, June 29th'. 6pp. typescript. "Speech at Induction Ceremony’, November. I]pp. typescript. Hinton's address on the occasion of his induction as first Chancellor See K.22. of the university. Folder also includes press-cutting. ‘Reply to Sir Eric Ashby proposing toast of university’, November. 6pp. typescript. "Honorary Graduates’. 4pp. typescript. ‘Replies to Questions from the Bath University Union Newspaper’, November. 3pp. typescript. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 98 University of Bath 1967 E.26 E.27 E.28 1968 E.29 E.30 E.3] 1969 E.32 E.33 E.34 "Notes for talk to students at Bath', 12 October. Ilpp. typescript. 'Speech for Degree Day', 13 October. 8pp. typescript. 'Notes for talk at Bath', October. rections and additions. 9pp. typescript with ms. cor- 'Bath University Degree Day', 18 October. 8pp. typescript. 'Speech for the Opening of Physics and Materials Second Building by the Speaker', 23 November. Ip. typescript. ‘Speech for Bristol Prize Day', November. pe Y 6pp. typescript. Typescrip PP. Hinton's speech on the occasion of his presenting the prizes and awards in eleetrical engineering at Bristol Technical College. ‘Presentation Speech to Dr. Moore on his Retirement’, 27 June. 5pp. typescript. Moore wasthe first Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath. "Notes for meeting of Convocation’, 4 July. Spp. typescript. "Notes for meeting of Court', 4 July. 6pp. typescript. E.35, E.36 ‘Bath Degree Ceremony', 24 and 25 July. 10pp. and Spp. typescript. 2 folders. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 79 University of Bath 1970 Esoe E.38 E.39 E.40 197] ‘Speech for Court', 3 July. 5Spp. typescript. "Speech for Convocation', 4 July. 3pp. typescript. ‘Degree Day’, 10 July. Ilpp. typescript. "Degree Day - Autumn', 19 November. I5pp. typescript. E.Al, E.42 ‘Degree Day' addresses, 8 and 9'July. 14pp. and 9pp. typescript. 2 folders. E.43 1972 E.44 "Notes for the meeting of the Court', 15 December. (different format), lépp. and Spp. typescript. 2 copies Folder also includes press-cutting from the THES, 17 December, reporting Hinton's address under the heading 'Graduates will only find "sub-professional" jobs’. ‘Payment of Peppercorn Rent', 29 June. Spp. typescript. E.45, E.46 'Degree Day' addresses, 29 and 30 June. typescript. 18pp. and lépp. 2 folders. 1973 E.47, E.48 ‘Degree Day' addresses, July. | 2lpp. and 20pp. typescript. 2 folders. E.49 ‘Introduction to Convocation Lecture to be given by Sir Frederick Dainton', 1 November. Opp. typescript. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 100 University of Bath 1974 E,50-E.52 1975 E.53 "Degree Day! addresses, 3, 4 and 5 July. 20pp., l6pp. and l4pp. typescript. 3 folders. ‘Convocation Lecture', 6 May. one with ms. additions. 2 copies both 24pp. typescript, This lecture on the decline in British industrial pre-eminence was first given at a seminar in Oxford, 3 December 1973. E.54 "Degree Day' address, 9, 10 and 11 July. 28pp. typescript. Folder also includes brief related correspondence. E.55 1976 E.56 "Peppercorn Rent Ceremony’, 22 December. 5pp. typescript. ‘Chancellor's speech at Bath Degree Congregations’, 30 June- 2 July. 24pp. typescript. Folder also includes brief correspondencearising and University of Bristol Gazette, October 1976, with related article. E07 "Toast to the Honorary Graduates', July. 16pp. typescript. Hinton paid tribute to the retiring Vice-Chancellor, L. Rotherham, who was one of the honorary graduates. 1977 E.58 E <0? ‘Speech for Bath Degree Congregations', July. 24pp. typescript. ‘Speech for meeting of Convocation’, 15 October. App. typescript. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 101 University of Bath 1978 E.60 E.6] 1979 E.62 1980 E.63 E.64 "Speech for Bath Degree Congregations', June. 15pp. typescript. ‘Peppercorn Rent Ceremony', 19 December. Spp. typescript. "Chancellor's Speech for the University of Bath's Degree Congregations’, 27-29 June. 23pp. typescript. "Notes for Lord Hinton to use at meeting of Convocation’, 12 April. Spp. typescript. ‘Chancellor's Speech for the University of Bath's Degree Congregations', 24-27 June. 18pp. typescript. E.65 Some Speeches of a Chancellor, Bath University Press, 1981. THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Report on the correspondence and papers of CHRISTOPHER HINTON, BARON HINTON OF BANKSIDE (1901-1983) engineer Vol II deposited in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Reproduced for the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre (CSAC 116/7/86) by THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Quality House, Quality Court, Chancery Lane London WC2A 1HP 1986 All rights reserved No 86/16 CSAC 116/7/86 CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE British National Committee for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology under the guidance of the Royal Society’s Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of CHRISTOPHER HINTON OM,KBE, FRS, FEng BARON HINTON OF BANKSIDE (1901 - 1983) Compiled by: Jeannine Alton Peter Harper Margaret Erskine VOLUMEII Sections F - K Index Deposited at The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London 1986 All rights reserved Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 102 SECTION F LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS F.1 - F.228 F.1 -F.109 SPEECHES AND LECTURES F.110-F.113 RADIO AND TELEVISION F.114-F.141 ARTICLES F.142-F.198 BOOKS F.199-F.207 BOOK REVIEWS F.208-F.212 LETTERS TO THE PRESS F.213-F.228 CORRESPONDENCE WITH PUBLISHERS AND EDITORS SPEECHES AND LECTURES Hinton was in great demand as a speaker on formal occasions such as the presenta- tion of prizes and awards, the opening of power stations and other new buildings, con- ferences and named lectures, and also at more informal gatherings such as annual dinners of engineering and other organisations. The material here is of this kind. It should be noted that Hinton's lectures and speeches for specific occasions and organisations are to be found in the relevant Section of the catalogue. See especially Sections B, C, Dand E. Of more personal interest is the speech for the dedication of the church hall which Hinton had had built for Tisbury, the village where he was born (F.97). The material is presented chronologically as far as possible; F.10-F.19 are a group of lectures on the specific topic of 'Design, research and organisation' given over a period of years and kept together by Hinton. Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 103 Lectures and publications Many lectures are accompanied by correspondence, and some byrelated material. Unless otherwise stated, the material is in typescript. Hinton often added ms. corrections and amendments, and sometimes later comments. F.1 'Engineering as a service to industry’, n.d. 12pp. draft with ms. corrections, and ms. notes on back of last page; and withams. headnote 'I think it was written during the War: a lecture to the Managers in the N.W. region’. F.2 F.3 F.4 F.5 F.6 F.7 ‘Design and development’, speech delivered to the Institute of Industrial Administration, April 1951. 6pp. draft with ms. corrections. "Speech for dinner of Institute of Welding', early 1950s. App. draft with ms. corrections and comment. "Atomic Energy Developments in Great Britain', lecture to American Atomic Energy Forum, 31 October 1953. 10pp. photocopy of draft with ms. corrections. 'Draft speech for Manchester College of Technology’, November 1954. App. draft with ms. corrections. "Speech for Prize Giving. Northwich Grammar School’, 17 December 1955. 5pp. draft with ms. corrections and comment. "Speech to British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association (Annual Iunch)', 1 May 1957. l0pp. draft with ms. corrections and comment. ‘Outline for a talk at the British Association conference on the supply of scientists and technologists' at Leeds, 5 July 1957. 3pp. draft. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 — 104 F.8 F.9 Lectures and publications ‘Central Electricity Generating Board. Policy made on 26th November 1957'. 3pp. report of a speech by Hinton. Statement of Organisation "Industrial power of the future’, Trueman Wood Lecture delivered to the Royal Society of Arts, 19 March 1958. l4pp. draft with ms. corrections; figures. inscribed 'For the children! ' In original folder F.10-F.19 "Design, research and organisation’, 1961-68. Contents of a folder so inscribed. lectures has been preserved, and material relating to them added. Hinton's grouping of these 'The problems of organisation and management of large- F.10 scale industrial innovations’, lecture at London School of Economics and Political Science Seminar on Problems of Industrial Administration, 31 January 1961. The lecture was also given at the Electrical Power Engineers’ Association Annual School, Torquay, 13 October 1963. See F.12. 9pp. and I5pp, drafts; 3pp. revised opening section for delivery to Technical Group of the State Electricity Commission of Victoria, Melbourne, 26 October 1962. 'The organisation of research', address given at the confer- F.11 ence on 'Management development in an expanding and rapidly changing economy', Administrative Staff College, Henley, 12 July 1961. 12pp. draft with ms. corrections and comment. Fale Electrical Power Convention, Torquay, 17 June 1963. "Design and research', presidential address to the British Published text only. 'Design', lecture delivered at the Coombe Lodge Further F.13 Education Staff College course on ‘Education and training of techno- logical designers', 10 January 1964. 12pp. draft with ms. correction and ¢omment. F.14 Engineers, 5 November 1964. Presidential address to the Institution of Mechanical 48pp. draft with ms. corrections. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 105 Lectures and publications Flo magazine, January/February 1968. ‘Overseas assistance', article for the Electricity Council's 1Opp. draft with ms. corrections, labelled 'superceded'; 6pp. draft; published text; brief correspondence, July, August 1967. 'The place of the engineer in the development of a F.16, F.17 country’, opening address at Centenary Congress of Canadian Engineers, 29 May 1967. F.16 published in Engineering Journal, June 1967. 29pp. draft; 20pp. draft with ms. corrections; text as E.17 to the speech. to the speech. Correspondence, including invitation to speak and reactions Also includes two papers sent to Hinton in response F.18, F.19 'The engineering profession in the developing countries’, lecture delivered at the 150th anniversary conference of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 1968. F.18 28pp. photocopy of draft, with ms. corrections; 30pp. draft; published text reprinted from Engineering Societies in the Life of a Country, 1968. Correspondence re Hinton's article (sametitle) for the ralg Central Office of Information, including carbon copy of draft, June 1968, and letter of thanks for giving lecture, August 1968. F.20 F.21 'The problems of electricity transmission’, lecture given at a conference on 'Rubber and plastics in cables' organised by the Plastics Institute and the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1 March 1961. Text as published in the Transactions of the Plastics Institute, June 1961. "Electrical power in England and Wales', the Reginald Mitchell Memorial Lecture, 15 November 1961. l4pp. draft with ms. corrections and comment; figures; text as pub- lished by the CEGB, 1961. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 106 Lectures and publications Speech at official opening of CEGB Leatherhead laboratories, 10 May 1962. t 3pp. draft with ms. comment. Speech in reply to the toast of the honorary graduates, University of Southampton dinner, 11 May 1962. 8pp. draft with ms. corrections and comment. ‘Notes for Chairman's Speech' at press conference on Annual Report of CEGB for 1961/62, 18 September 1962. 8pp. (photocopy). Notes for address at a meeting with the Parliamentary Labour Party Fuel and Power Group at Bankside House, London, 27 March 1963. 10pp. draft with ms. corrections and comment; Ip. ‘Supporting Notes’; figures. ‘Patterns of growth: the gas and electricity supply industries', centenary address at the annual general meeting of The Institution of Gas Engineers, May 1963. Published text only. Speech delivered at opening of Ffestiniog Pumped Storage Power Station, 10 August 1963. 3pp. draft with ms. corrections and comment ‘sentimental value only’. Speech delivered at British Electrical Power Convention annual dinner at Eastbourne, 24 June 1964. 7pp. ms. notes, with Ip. typescript note identifying the material. Speech on scienoe and technology, early 1965. 5pp. draft (carbon). Speech delivered at dinner of the Association of Consulting Engineers, March 1965. 6pp. ms. notes. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 107 Lectures and publications p generation of hydro-electric Y potential contribution to electricity 'The power and nuclear energy’, 1965. Text as published in Advancement of Science, September 1965, with ms. comment'the only really bad lecture | have given’. Y Speech delivered at Nottingham, Derby and Lincoln Society of Architects dinner, 23 November 1965. 7pp. draft (carbon) with ms. corrections. Speech delivered at the prizegiving ceremony of Kingsdale School, 26 November 1965. 7pp. draft (carbon). Speech to the Winnington Hall Club, 15 April 1966. 6pp. draft (carbon), notes only. Speech delivered at the opening of Dungeness nuclear powerplant, 26 May 1966. 10pp. draft (carbon). Address delivered to the Fellowship Club, Walton on Thames, 1 June 1966, on the growth of total energy demand. 9pp. draft. 'The uses of nuclear powerin Britain’, lecture for the Commomwealth- American Current Affairs Unit at Jesus College, Oxford, 13 July 1966. 18pp. draft (carbon) with ms. corrections. 'Good management: the foundation of good technology’, presidential address delivered at an Ordinary Meeting of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 5 October 1966. Advance copy of published text. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 108 F.39 ‘Note for opening of Junior Institution of Engineers building’, November Lectures andpublications 1966. Apo. draft. F.40 F.4] F.42 F.43 F.44 F.45 F.46 Speech delivered at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers annual dinner, 17 November 1966. 18pp. draft with ms. comment; 26pp. photocopy with ms. corrections. Address (on engineering) delivered at Woolwich Polytechnic, 17 February 1967. llpp. draft with ms. corrections. Folder also includes 13pp. draft with ms. corrections, entitled 'Lecture to graduates and students' and dated 1966-67 (a slightly longer version of above). Closing address delivered at conference on 'Pre-stressed concrete pressure vessels', 17 March 1967. 9pp. draft with ms. corrections. Address on receiving honorary fellowship of the Institute of Welding, 1 November 1967. 6pp. draft with ms. corrections. Speech delivered to the Risley Nuclear Engineering Society, 16 February 1968. 7ppo. draft (carbon) with ms. corrections. Speech delivered to the School of Pharmacy, Bristol, 29 February 1968. App. draft (carbon). Speech delivered to the Engineering Society, University College of South Wales and Monmouth, 1 March 1968. 8pp. draft, last page inscribed with ms. summary of speech. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 109 F.47 F.48 Lectures and publications "Introduction to Lord Penney’ at the Institution of Electrical and Electronics Technician Engineers, 11 March 1968. App. draft, with ms. corrections, last page inscribed with ms. summary of speech. Vote of thanks to the President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 17 April 1968. 2pp. draft (carbon) with ms. corrections. F.49 Speech for prize day of Bristo! Technical College, November 1968. 6pp. draft with ms. corrections. F.50 ‘Engineering in a changing world', the Allerdale Wyld Lecture, delivered to the West Cumberland Technical Society, November 1968. 26pp. draft (carbon), F sot Speech closing symposium on nuclear safety and siting, 28 March 1968. App. draft (carbon). F.52 F.53 F.54 F205 ' James Watt', lecture delivered to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers as part of the Watt and Arkwright bicentenary celebrations, 10 July 1989. lépp. photocopy; text as published; brief correspondence re celebrations, August 1968. Speech delivered at prize day of St. Dunstan's College, 12 July 1969. 8pp. draft (carbon). Speech to have been delivered at University College, 30 October 1969 (not given as Hinton was in Pakistan). 3pp. draft (carbon), notes only. "Professional Training', speech delivered at a closed conference of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 17 November 1969. 5pp. draft (carbon). Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 110 Lectures and publications Speech delivered at the Electrical Research Association annual lunch, 29 April 1970. 18pp. draft with ms. corrections. 'The Sources of Energy in the Later Twentieth Century’, lecture delivered at the Imperial Defence College, 5 June 1970. See F.62 for a later version of this lecture. 19pp. draft (carbon). Speech delivered to Forum at University College, London, 12 November 1970. 13pp. draft with ms. corrections, last page inscribed with ms. summary of speech. Speech delivered at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Graduates' and Students' conference dinner, 20 November 1970. llpp. draft with ms. corrections. ‘National Certificates’, speech delivered to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers National Certificate and Diploma Schemes Golden Jubilee dinner, 15 December 1970. 2|pp. draft with ms. corrections; menu. Speech delivered at the opening of new physics and computer buildings, R.R.E.Malvern, 30 April 1971. lépp. and 13pp. drafts; commemorative booklet. 'The Sources of Energy in the Later Twentieth Century', lecture delivered at the Royal College of Defence Studies, 7 June 1971. See F. 57 for an earlier version of this lecture. 24pp. draft with ms. corrections. ‘Looking back', lecture delivered at the Central Electricity Research Laboratory, Leatherhead, 24 September 1971. 17pp. draft (carbon); correspondence re arrangements, August 1970- September 1971. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 11] Lectures and publications F .64-F .66 "World Sources of Energy in the late Twentieth Century', the 17th Graham Clark Lecture of the Council of Engineering Institutions, delivered 30 September 1971 (modified version of F.57). Hinton had been asked to deliver this lecture in 1969 (see F.149, F.150). F.64 29pp. draft (carbon); text as published by CEI. Correspondence re arrangements for lecture, comments on Hinton's F.65 draft, pre-printing of text, requests for copies, etc., June 1970- October 1971. Programme of Vth International Congress of Engineers F.66 (concurrent with lecture); information sheet re lecture sent to Hinton. list of invitations to attend lecture; poster; F.67 F.68 F.69 F.70 F.71 'What price amenity?', lecture to have been delivered at the University of Kent, 17 December 1971. stating he was 'devoid of new ideas’. Hinton later declined the invitation 22pp. draft; brief correspondence, September 1971-January 1972, including invitation to give lecture, arrangements, and Hinton's eventual withdrawal. Speech delivered at the unveiling ceremony of Hinton's portrait at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 25 May 1972. App. draft (carbon). Speech delivered at the Good Housekeeping Presentation, Stourport Transmission District of the CEGB, 28 September 1972. 7pp. draft. Speech delivered at the Good Housekeeping Presentation, Thornhill Power Station, CEGB, 10 October 1972. l4pp. draft (carbon); programme. Speech delivered at the 8th Universities Power Engineering Conference dinner, Bath, 3 January 1973. 12pp. draft with ms. corrections. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 iz Lectures and publications Ff/Z Speech delivered at the presentation to E.J. Turner on his retirement from CEGB, 27 June 1973. 9pp. draft. F.73, F.74 Speech delivered in acknowledgement of the James Watt Medal, presented at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers annual dinner, 8 November 1973. F.73 2pp. draft; commemorative booklet. Correspondence, January 1973-March 1974, re announcement F.74 of award, arrangements for presentation, copy of citation, etc. Folder includes commemorative booklet of 1971 presentation of medal. F.75 ‘Engineering and industry’, paper for seminar at Oxford, at invitation of M.M. Gowing, 3 December 1973. 20pp. draft with ms. corrections. F.76, F.77 Speech delivered to the Electrical Industries Club luncheon, 8 January 1974. F.76 1974, including invitation, arrangements and reactions to the speech. 19pp. draft (carbon); correspondence, August 1973-February F.77 Club list of officers and members. Newspaper cuttings re Hinton's speech; Electrical Industries Folder also includes 'Choice of nuclear reactor - January 1974', a memorandum submitted on request to the House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology, whose interest had been aroused by the speech. lépp. draft (carbon); related correspondence, including draft letter to Lord Carrington re possible future energy crisis. Fs/05°EsS9 'World energy resources', lecture delivered to the Socratic Society of Ghurchill College, Cambridge, 14 February 1974. F.78 shortened'; 29pp. draft with ms. corrections. 32pp. draft (carbon) labelled 'Ist Draft. This was not used but F.79 and subject of lecture. Correspondence, October 1973-February 1974, re arrangements Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 113 F.80 F.8] F.82 Lectures and publications Speech delivered by the Hon. Mrs. S.M. Mole, Hinton's daughter, at St. Martin's School speech day, April 1974. 9pp. photocopy, with covering note to Mrs. Mole. Speech delivered at Winfrith Heath apprentice prizegiving ceremony, 15 November 1974. 23pp. draft with ms. corrections. Speech delivered at Dungeness 'A' Power Station open day, 20 September 1975. 8pp. draft with ms. corrections and summary on back of last page; brief correspondence, including data on performance of powerstation requested by Hinton. F.83, F.84 "After dinner Speech to be given at 150th Anniversary of Passenger Railways', 26 September 1975. F.83 28pp. draft with ms. corrections; 2pp. ms. notes. F.84 invitation, comments on Hinton's drafts, etc. Correspondence, November 1974-October 1975, including Folder includes '150 years of Uninterrupted Progress in Railway Engineer - ing' by R.C. Bond and O.S. Nock. ‘World energy supplies', paper for seminar at Oxford, at invitation of M.M. Gowing, 17 November 1975. 25pp. draft with ms. corrections; correspondence, July 1975-February 1976, re arrangements, subject of lecture, etc. Toast given to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Thames Valley Panel dinner, 1 December 1975. 12pp. draft. Speech delivered at Council of Engineering Institutions dinner, 10 February 1976. 13pp. draft; Ip. ms. summary. F.85 F .86 F.87 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 114 Lectures and publications F.88 Speech delivered at the Institution of Civil Engineers annual dinner, 29 April 1976. 25pp. draft; 2pp. summary with ms. corrections; ‘first draft’ of response of Sir Norman Rowntree (President, ICE), sent to Hinton for information; correspondence re arrangements for, and arising from, Hinton's speech. F.89 F.90 Speech delivered to the Council of Engineering Institutions Engineers’ Registration Board, 2 June 1976. 6pp. draft with ms. corrections. Inaugural speech delivered at the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy Symposium on uranium, 17 January 1977. 6pp. draft; correspondence, September 1976-January 1977, re arrange - ments, comments on draft, etc., including message of welcome from the Duke of Edinburgh and Hinton's draft message of thanks in reply. F.91, F.92 Speech delivered at the closure of the Dounreay reactor, 23 March 1977. F.91 April 1977, including programme for visit. 25pp. draft with ms. corrections; correspondence, February- F.92 2pp. ms. notes; background material. F.93, F,94 'The birth of the breeder’, address given at symposium on fast breeder reactors at the University of Strathclyde, 25 March 1977. F.93 proofs with ms. corrections. 2pp. summary; 12pp. draft with ms. corrections; galley Correspondence, November 1976-August 1977, re arrange - F.94 ments, comments on Hinton's drafts, etc.; 2pp. ms. notes; conference participants; background material. list of F.95 Address given at the reception to celebrate centenary of the Royal Institute of Chemistry, 28 March 1977. 7pp. draft with ms. corrections; correspondence, October 1976-March 1977, re arrangements and subject of address; programme. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 115 Lectures and publications F.96 Speech delivered at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers annual dinner, 10 November 1977. Spp. draft; draft of President's reply; correspondence, September - November 1977, including Hinton's request for a microphone ashis voice wasstill weak after throat surgery. Foe Speech for dedication service at Tisbury church hall, 11 December 1977. 5pp. photocopy, with ms. corrections (original typescript is at A. 226). F.98 F.99 F.100 F.101 F.102 Speech delivered at the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy annual dinner, 16 June 1978. App. draft; correspondence re arrangements, February-June 1978. Speech delivered at the inaugural meeting of the British Association, Bath Abbey, 4 September 1978. Spp. draft. After dinner speech delivered at the Institution of Electrical Engineers vacation school on ‘Management in engineering', Danbury, 8 September 1978. 19pp. draft with ms. corrections. Speech delivered at the presentation of the Hinton Medal, arranged by the Institution of Nuclear Engineers, 19 October 1978. 3pp. draft with ms. corrections. See also B.82. Speech delivered at the degree ceremony, Hatfield Polytechnic, 8 December 1978. 17pp. draft with ms. corrections; correspondence, October-December 1978, re arrangements, Hinton's draft, and letter of thanks. F.103 ‘Toast to the polytechnics', given at 10th anniversary dinner at Haberdashers'’ Hall, 14 March 1979. lépp. draft with ms. corrections; correspondence, February, March 1979, re arrangements, information requested by Hinton, etc. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 116 F.104 F.105 F.106 F.107 F.108 F.109 Lectures and publications Speech delivered at the dinner for the Heads of Sides, Dulwich College, 4 May 1979. 2lpp. draft; 1p. notes with ms. additions; letter of thanks. Speech delivered at the presentation of the ITT Technology Writers’ Awards, 30 May 1979. 2lpp. draft with ms. corrections; correspondence, March-June 1979, including arrangements and background information sent to Hinton. Opening address delivered at the International Association of Energy Economists symposium on nuclear energy at the Athenaeum, 24 October 1979. Spp. draft with ms. comment; correspondence, July-October 1979, re arrangements. After-dinner speech delivered at conference on ‘fluidised beds', 4 November 1980. 8pp. draft with ms. comment and summary on back of last page. Notes for discussion at BIEE meeting on 'The UK nuclear record and future', Chatham House, 16 September 1981. 5pp. draft with ms. corrections. List of 'speeches at lunches and dinners, schools, etc., presentations, openings', 1955-74. Almost all marked as destroyed by Hinton. Invitations to lecture, declined by Hinton, August 1969. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 i? Lectures and publications RADIO AND TELEVISION The material is somewhat scanty. Hinton was usually asked to contribute to radio and television programmes concerning nuclear energy. F.110 'The A.B.C. of atomic energy’, 1958. Pamphlet published by the BBC, based on series of 7 talks by Hinton broadcast on the BBC General Overseas Service and External Services. See K.36 for gramophone records of talks, and B.16, B.17 for material re talks for the Australian Broadcasting Commission on the same topic, 1964. See also B.2. F.110A Letter, 15 August 1970, re interview on the 1946 atomic project for Granada Television. F.111, F.112 'The development of nuclear energy in the U.K.', March 1972, recorded for an audio cassette for the Open University's foundation course in technology. 22pp. typescript 'suggested script' with ms. corrections, F.111 dated 14 March 1972 and inscribed 'Not used'; 15pp. typescript script with ms. corrections, dated 28 March 1972 and inscribed ‘taped - 29 March '72'. Correspondence, October 1971 -June 1972, including F.112 arrangements for making recordings, editing of script and payment of fee. F.113 Letter, 6 March 1972, re film made by BBC with Hinton on nuclear power, inscribed with Hinton's ms. note: 'It was filmed at Tiverton Lodge and was never shown’. Letter, 6 February 1974, thanking Hinton for his appearance on the BBC 'Panorama' programme on nuclear power, 10 January 1974. Letter, 23 August 1982, inviting Hinton to appear on the BBC 'Time- watch' programme to mark the 30th anniversary of the Monte Bello atomic bomb test, with another letter, 13 September, withdrawing invitation . Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 118 Lectures and publications 12pp. transcript of interview between Hinton and John Groom of the BBC 'Horizon' programme on nuclear power, 13 December 1982, inscribed 'not used by BBC’; note re filming dates; Hinton's letter re alterations to script. ARTICLES Hinton was often asked for contributions to house journals in the power industry and to the journals of engineering organisations, usually on the nuclear power industry. His contributions to other publications include the Royal Society Memoir of Sir Claude Gibb (F.117), and pieces on engineering as a career (see F.120, F.121). Wherepossible, the date of publication has been given, otherwise the dates inscribed by Hinton on his drafts have been quoted. Unless otherwise stated, all items are carbon copies of Hinton's typescript drafts. F.114 F.115 'Review of atomic energy', for the Annual Financial and Industrial Review of The Liverpool Daily Post. 7pps-¢21956. Article for the Sunday Times on the factors involved in the ‘construction of a new capital asset’. 6pp, dated August 1957. F.116 'Secrets of success', for Westminster Press provincial newspapers. App. (caroon and photocopy), dated 23 November 1959. F.117 ‘Claude Dixon Gibb', Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 5, 1960. Reprint; 10pp. 'second draft' (carbon only) with ms. corrections; three letters acknowledging receipt of copies. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 119 Lectures and publications F.118 'The changing face of Britain', 'for distribution overseas' by the Central Office of Information. 5pp., December 1961; illustrations. F.119 ' Japan revisited', for the Chartered Mechanical Engineer, March 1963. Hinton visited Japan in 1956 and 1962. 5pp. on these visits see B.35-B.41, K.3, K.4. of the 1956 visit in Memoirs, pp. 342-350. For other material There is also an account F.120 F.121 F.122 F.123 F.124 F.125 "If ] were a Y young mechan ical eng ineer' for the "} landbook on ’ I rofessional Careers' ° 5pp., March 1966. 'The excitement of engineering', for the Department of Education and Science publicity campaign for engineers and engineering. App., April 1966. Brief correspondence, August 1966, re article for the house magazine of the World Bank. Series of three articles for Power News, December 1966-February 1967. Hinton originally wrote one 'newsletter' which was divided into three for publication. 2 drafts with ms. corrections, 20pp. (inscribed ‘superceded’ ) and 18pp.; brief correspondence, November 1966, re corrections and alterations; cuttings from Power Newsgiving texts as published. 'Foreword for brochure on applied science’, for the University College of Monmouthshire and South Wales. 2 drafts (each 3pp.) with different ms. corrections, April 1967. "Nuclear power in countries with small electricity systems', for Science Reporterof India. 12pp., April 1968. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 120 Lectures and publications F.126 'The Selection and Promotion of Staff', for the The Chartered Mechanical Engineer. 2 drafts (Spp. and 15pp.); Hinton's letter to editor re corrections. May 1968. F.127 'The structure of the nuclear power industry’, for New Scientist. lépp. draft 'retyped from final copy sent to New Scientist’. F.128 ‘Confidence is being undermined’, for The Engineer, March 1969. 5pp. with ms. corrections; 2pp. list of corrections; copy ofarticle as published; correspondence, November 1968-March 1969, including invitation to contribute a guest article. Brief correspondence with editor of The Chartered Mechanical Engineer, May 1969, re request for contributions. F.130 Preface for ‘Management for Engineers', published by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, June 1972. 2pp.; correspondence, November 1971-July 1972, including invitation to write preface. F.13] 'The raw materials of defence', for A.W.R.E. News, May 1973. llpp. with ms. corrections; cutting from A.W.R.E. News including article; copy of Risley Gazette, 25 July 1973, including article; correspondence, January-June 1973, including request to reprint article. F.132 ‘The future of nuclear powerin Britain’. for the Year Book of the Osterreichischer Gewerbeverein, 1975. Ip. list of illustrations; copy of Year Book. Spp. draft; Folder includes newspaper cuttings re M.M. Gowing's 'Independence and Deterrence. used as background material by Hinton. For Hinton's membership of the Osterreichischer Gewerbeverein, see H.13-H.16. Britain and Atomic Energy', published November 1974, Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 121 Lectures and publications F.133 "Note on Mr. R.V. Moore’, for Atom. 2pp. (photocopy) dated 20 October 1976. F.135 F.136 'The nuclear power industry’ for New Scientist, 28 October 1976. 8pp. (photocopy); list of nuclear power stations and dates of commissioning; article as published; correspondence, July-November 1976, including letters in response to article; cutting from The Financial Times with review ofarticle. 'Pride and prejudice’, for April 1977 issue of Nuclear Engineering International which celebrated the 'coming of age of the nuclear energy industry’. App. draft; correspondence, January, March 1977, including invitation to contribute. 'The birth of Calder Hall', for Atom, October 1977. Hinton was asked for an article of personal reminiscences of the building of Calder Hall nuclear power station to mark the 21st anniversary of its opening by the Queen. 9pp. draft; correspondence, August-November 1977, including invitation to contribute and letter arising from publication. F.137 ‘Contribution to First Number of "Building Services"'. 2pp., 1 August 1978; letter, July 1978, requesting a contribution. F.138 "Nuclear Power in the 1980s', for Ascent. 2pp., 13 December 1978. F.139 F.140 Contribution to a special edition of Journal of the Institution of Nuclear Engineers, 20th anniversary issue, September/October 1979. 3pp.; brief correspondence, March, April 1979. ‘Atomic energy in Great Britain’, n.d. App. draft, inscribed '| have no idea who this was written for or when it was given’. F.14] 'People on the Risley staff', n.d. l1pp. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 122 Lectures and publications BOOKS F.142-F.160 Engineers and Engineering, OUP, 1970. F.161-F.175 F.176-F.198 History of Technology: Twentieth Century, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1978: Heavy current electricity in the United Kingdom: history and development, Pergamon Press, 1979. F.142-F.160 Engineers and Engineering, 1970 In December 1968 Hinton was invited by Lord Jackson of Burnley to contribute a monograph toa series 'dealing with varied aspects of the impact of scientific discovery and technological development on society’. Hinton's book, originally entitled 'The Changing Pattern of the Engineering Profession’, did not have a large sale, and he intended to update and republish it before the Finniston Report came out (see F.158 for Mrs. Ellis's note). survive (F.159, F.160). Two drafts of the updated version F.142-F.146 118pp. typescript draft, with many ms. corrections, divided into folders for ease of reference. F.142 Contents page; Chapters 1-3. F.143 Chapters 4 and 5. F.144 Chapters 6-8. F.145 Chapters 9-11. F.146 Chapter 12; 2pp. list of references. F.147 Ip. ms. bibliography; 3pp. ms. list of corrections and alterations, made by Hinton's sister, Joan, annotated by him. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 123 Lectures and publications F.148 F.149 F.150 F.15] F.152 F.153 F.155 F.156 Correspondence, 1968-80 1968 December-1969 March. of Burnley to write the monograph, Hinton's draft synopsis, and correspondence re agreement with The Clarendon Press. Includes invitation from Lord Jackson 1969 April-July. on draft, and invitation from Chairman, CEI, to deliver the Graham Clark Lecture for 1970. Includes comments by Joan Hinton and Lord Jackson Includes Hinton's refusal to give Graham Clark Lecture 1969 August. as all possible subjects covered by the monograph, correspondence re changeoftitle, and comments on draft by L. Drucquer, and bibliography. 1969 September. answers and corrected version. Includes queries re bibliography, with Hinton's 1970 January-April. and corrections of, proofs of Chapters 1 and 2, and Chapters 3 to 12. Includes Hinton's draft 'blurb', his comments on, 1970 May, July. of complimentary copies. Includes review list and Hinton's list of recipients 1970 October, December. review list, and letters from readers. Includes invitation to a literary luncheon, 1971. Mechanical Engineer, and brief correspondence with a reader. Includes reviews, Hinton's own review for The Chartered 1972-80. apprentice, and statements of sale. Includes brief correspondence with fellow engineering Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 124 Lectures and publications F.157 F.158 F.159 F.160 Copy of book bearing Hinton's ms. corrections for updating. Ip. ms. list of pages requiring alteration. Includes Brief correspondence, November 1978, June 1979, with M.W. Leonard, re revised script of book. Folder includes Ip. ms. note, dated 29 June 1983, by Mrs. P. Ellis, re Hinton's intention to update book. 93pp. typescript draft (photocopy) of updated version of book, dated 28 July 1978. 80pp. typescript draft of updated version of book, dated 2 November 1978. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 125 Lectures and publications F.161-F.175 History of Technology: Twentieth Century, 1978 In February 1975 T.1. Williams invited Hinton to contribute a chapter on atomic power to the two-volume continuation of the History of Technology, to coverthe first half of the twentieth century. Later, ~ Williams suggested that Hinton's contribution should be ‘a brief general introduction’ and a section on 'the diffusion plant'; the rest of the chapter was to be contributed by J.V. Dunworth (on the develop- ment of reactors up to Calder Hall) and R. Spence (on chemical aspects of atomic power). Hinton became unhappy with the narrow scope of diffusion as a topic and entitled his contribution 'Uranium Enrichment'. before writing his contribution on chemical separation plants, Hintom undertook this work. He also furnished the section on reactors, which was to have been provided by Dunworth. the whole chapter. W.G. Penney declined an invitation from Williams to contribute a chapter on atomic weapons in a section on military technology, see F.161. Thus in the end Hinton wrote When Spence died F.161 F.162 F.163 F.164 F.165 F.166 Correspondence 1975 February-Oct ober . 1976 March-September. Includes answers to Hinton's requests for information and factual checking of his draft on chemical processes. 1976 November-December. Includes notes from J.V. Dunworth on aspects of building nuclear reactors. 1977 January. draft on nuclear reactors by M.M. Gowing, L. Arnold and F.W. Fenning, and 3pp. draft 'Insert' by Hinton. Includes comments on, and corrections to, Hinton's 1977 February-June. 1977 July-1978 December. Includes Hinton's comments on the proofs. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 126 Lectures and publications Notes and drafts F.167 "History of technology - nuclear power The Early History’ 9pp. carbon copy of draft of general introduction, inscribed 'Final version’ and ‘Submitted 2.10.75. "Uranium enrichment' 15pp. carbon copy of draft, inscribed 'Final version’ and ‘Submitted 2 Oct. 1975'. The following note is typed at the head of the draft: "It is assumed that this section follows after my short introductory section’. F.168 Ms. notes by Hinton and M.M. Gowing found with the preceding drafts. F.169 ‘Chemical processes for atomic energy’ 2 drafts (carbon copies, each 15pp.), 27 July 1976, with different ms. corrections; bibliography and illustrations. F.170 App. ms. notes, 2pp. ms. bibliography and various photocopies of articles found with preceding drafts. F.171 'The development of nuclear reactors’ 22pp. draft, 2 February 1977; 1p. bibliography; Ilpp. illustrations; note re correction of errors. All| photocopies. F.172 F.173 F.174 F.175 22pp. ms. notes by Hinton on various publications, found with preceding draft. Photocopies of articles, mostly by Soviet scientists, in English transla- tion, re types of reactors, etc. 26pp. photocopy of ms. notes on A Kramish's Atomic Energy in the Soviet Union, not by Hinton but annotated by him. 34pp. typescript ‘Transcript of Mrs. Arnold's notes' re Soviet use of nuclear energy, 26 January 1977. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 127 Lectures and publications F.176-F.198 Heavy Current Electricity in the United Kingdom: History and Development, 1979 Hinton states in the 'Preface' that he had time to spare after giving up his post at the World Bank in 1970, and used it in writing this book, carrying out all the research himself. In 1977 he approached Robert Maxwell of Pergamon Press, who published the book. rights to the Fellowship of Engineering and was disappointed that more had not been doneto profit from the book (see F.198). Unfortunately, it made a loss; Hinton had assignedall The material consists of a large amount of ms. and typescript research notes, a copy of the book and some correspondence. Research material F.176-F.179 Ms. notes, many also in typescript, made by Hinton on Acts of Parlia- ment, concerning gas and electricity, ete. F.175 includes a note by Mrs. Ellis, 30 June 1983: ‘lam not sure whether Lord Hinton did use all the attached background information when writing "The history of heavy current electricity in England and Wales" but he certainly did all the research himself.' 4 folders. F.180-F.193 Contents of 3 binders, consisting mainly of typescript notes, some bearing Hinton's ms. annotations, on publications, reports, government com- mittees, etc. concerned with the development of public utilities. There are some photocopies of articles, tables of statistics, etc. The material was indexed by Hinton, and has been removed from the binders into folders for ease of reference. F.180-F.184 Volume 1 (items 1-18) F.180 Ip. ms. notes; Index; items 1-3. F.181 Items 4-6. F.182 Items 7-10. F.183 Items 11-15. F.184 Items 16-18. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 128 Lectures and publications F «185=F..190 Volume 2 (items 19-33) F.185 Index; items 19-21. F.186 Items 22-24. F.187 Item 25. F.188 Items 26-28. F.189 Items 29-31. F.190 with Hinton's ms. comments. Items 32 and 33; Ip. biographical note on Sir Philip Nash F.191-F.193 Unnumbered volume (items numbered 1-9). F191 items 1 and 2. Index; Ip. 'Sources'; Ip. entitled 'Remaining chapters'; F.192 Items 3-6. F.193 Items 7-9. F.194 Copy of book. Includes errata slip. F.195 F.196 Correspondence Correspondence with the librarian of The Institution of 1972, 1973. Gas Engineers re the early history of the gas industry, and its competition with electricity. Includes correspondence with Greater London Council re 1977. installation of electric light on the Victoria Embankment, Hinton's approach to Robert Maxwell to publish book, outlining intention to assign royalties to the Fellowship of Engineering, and Maxwell's acceptance. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 129 F.197 F.198 Lectures and publications Includes Hinton's answers to questionnaire, sent by publisher, 1978. on the book, draft 'Preface' and list of chapter and section headings, ‘Memorandum of Agreement’, and Hinton's list of errata. 1979, 1980. and letters of thanks from recipients of complimentary copies. Includes correspondence re poor sales and royalties, BOOK REVIEWS F.199 Sir Harold Hartley, Humphry Davy, for 'the Times supplement’, 1966. Draft only. F.200 E.N. Maemillen, Conservation and Land Use, 1968(?). Draft only. F.201 Philip Sporn, The Social Organisation of Electric Power Supply in Modern Societies, for Electronics and Power. Draft; background material; note by Hinton's secretary, August 1972, that review was written as 'a special favour by Lord Hinton for Sir Harold Hartley and although he had written the review would not like his name to be mentioned but that it should still go under the name of Sir Harold Hartley’. F.202 J.W. Gofman and A.R. Tamplin, Poisoned Power: the Case Against Nuclear Power Plants, for Energy Policy, 1973. Draft; correspondence; copy of text as published. See F.216-F.226 for correspondence with Energy Policy; Hinton served on the journal's editorial board. F.203 J.H. Stephens, The Age of Power, for The Consulting Engineer, 25 October 1974. Draft; correspondence; copy of text as published. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 130 Lectures and publications F.204 Walter C. Patterson, Nuclear Power, for Nature, 15 July 1976. Draft; correspondence; reviews by others; galley proof; copy of text as published. F.205 F.206 F .207 R.F. Pocock, Nuclear Power: its development in the United Kingdom, for New Scientist, 3 November 1977. Draft; correspondence; proofs; copy of text as published. Edmund Teller, Energy from Heaven & Earth, for The Times Higher Education Supplement, 1980. Draft and covering letter. Roger Williams, Nuclear Power Decisions, for Public Administration, 1980. Draft; correspondence, including earlier draft with comments by M.M. Gowing; ms. notes and background material. LETTERS TO THE PRESS F.208 To The Times, 24 January 1974, re 'Energy crisis: need for new strategy’, with others. Photocopy of letter as published; photocopies of related correspondence from The Times. F .209 To The Times, 10 June 1974, re 'Risk from nuclear reactors’. Carbon copy; cutting; related correspondence. F.210 To The Times, 9 October 1976, re The Flowers Report. Carbon copy; related correspondence. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 131 Lectures and publications F.211 To The Daily Telegraph, 1 October 1979, re 'the storage of nuclear waste’. Carbon copy with ms.corrections; photocopy of letter as published; correspondence, including Hinton's requests for information and res- ponses to the publishedletter. Fase To The Times, 24 April 1981, re ‘education in the Technologies’. Carbon copy; brief related correspondence. To The Times, re report of the Monopolies and Mergers Commission on the CEGB. Carbon copy, dated 10 June 1981. To New Civil Engineer, re funding of British Council of Engineering. Carbon copy, dated 10 February 1082. CORRESPONDENCE WITH PUBLISHERS AND EDITORS F.213 Academic Press Inc. (London) Limited 1978, 1979 Includes requests for Hinton's suggestions for areas of the energy question of interest to publishers and for his comments on various publ ications. F.214 The Athlone Press 1975 Request to Hinton to read, and check the accuracy of, a history of nuclear power in the UK; Hinton's verdict on the book, including list of comments, etc. F.215 Basil Blackwell Publisher 1983 Request to Hinton to review a proposal for a book on nuclear power policy; Hinton's comments on prospectus, etc. Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 132 Lectures and publications F.215 (Cont'd .) The Dictionary of National Biography 1979 Reply to request to write 'note' on Hans Kronberger (Hinton's carbon only). F.216-F.226 Energy Policy 1972-82 Contents of a folder inscribed ' "Energy Policy" - editorial board - IPC Business Press’. Hinton was asked, in October 1972, to serve on the editorial board of a new journal, Energy Policy, ‘publishing interpretive articles for the non-specialist manager'. commented on prospective articles and wrote a book review (see F.202). Hinton attended board meetings, 1972 October, November. F.216 editorial board of Energy Policy and Hinton's suggestions for topics of articles. Includes invitation to serve on Fi2i7 editorial board, 20 December. 1972 December. Includes papers of foundation meeting of F.218 20 December 1972 and Hinton's comments on 2 articles. 1973 January, February. Includes summary of meeting of F.219 Editorial Board and Hinton's comments on various articles. 1973 March, May. Includes list of members of International F.220 number of the journal and on an article. 1973 June-October. Includes Hinton's comments on first F.221 1978, 1979. F.222 1981 May. Includes some papers for board meeting, 26 June. F.223 1981 June, July. Includes papers of board meeting, 26 June. 1982 March, April. Request for advice re proposed collection F.224 of papers from journal, aimed at social sciences students, and Hinton's reply. F..225 1982 May. Papers for board meeting, 1 July. F.226 1982 August. Papers for board meeting, 27 August. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 133 Lectures and publications F.227 The Journal of Resource Management and Technology 1982, 1983 Includes invitation to Hinton to serve on Editorial Board. F.228 Michael Joseph Ltd. Brief correspondence re Hinton's review of a book. Nature 1981 1978 Brief correspondence re review of a book, which Hinton eventually declined to write. Oxford University Press Hinton's comments on booklet 'The Economics of Oil’. Pergamon Press Ltd. Request for comments on a book, with Hinton's reply. 1980 1976 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 134 SECTION G CONSULTANCIES G.1 - G.83 G.1 THE ELECTRICITY COUNCIL G.2-G.8 THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT G.9 - G.83 THE WORLD BANK (INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT) G.] THE ELECTRICITY COUNCIL 1964-83 Correspondencere invitation, and acceptance by Hinton, of member- ship of Electricity Supply Research Council, including financial arrangements (1965) and meetings (1982, 1983), and re visits and social events. supply industry appearing in the Honours Lists 1977-83. Folder also includes lists of people in the electricity The paucity of the material is explained in a note by Mrs. Ellis, included in the folder, dated 18 July 1983, as follows: 'The Electricity Council have retained all papers and corres~ pondence dealing with the electricity supply industry to extract classified material. | have asked for any unclassified material to goto I Mech E.' Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 135 Consultancies G.2-G.8 MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT Hinton was asked in January 1965 by the Minister of Transport to ‘investigate the co-ordination of all transport'. Although Hinton was already hoping to undertake work for the World Bank he agreed to postpone this in orderto fulfil the Minister's request. See G.77 for Hinton's correspondence with the World Bank on this matter, and Memoirs, pp.486-490 for his account of the investigation. The material here consists of correspondence, copies of Hinton's reports, notes and printed material of various dates related to his interest in transport problems. January 1965 and n.d. Special Adviser on Transport Planning, and establishment of Transport Advisory Council. Correspondence re Hinton's appointment as G.3-G.5 Carbon copy of Hinton's report, in his original folders. ‘Report of inter-urban traffic’, with covering letter to G.3 Minister of Transport, 12 April 1965. G.4 'Report on urban transport’. G.5 —'Report on the carriage of parcels and smalls’. Includes notes of 1931 Weir report, 1956 British Transport Ms. and typescript notes by Hinton on other transport reports and problems. Commission 'Proposals for the railways' ‘Quotas for carriage of goods 1975', 'Notes on the Serpell Report' 1983, and miscellaneous undated notes. Cmd. 9880, 'Bond's paper 1961", G.7, G.8 Copy of Serpell Report on 'Railway Finances' and Supplementary volume, HMSO 1983, with a few comments by Hinton. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 136 Consultancies G.9-G.83 THE WORLD BANK (INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT) 1963-83 G..9 -G.22 Nuclear survey report G.23-G.6l Visits and projects G.62-G .83 General correspondence NUCLEAR SURVEY REPORT 1966-68 Contents of a bulky folder so inscribed. In 1966 Hinton was asked by the World Bank to furnish a report on the prospects for nuclear power in the developing countries. His collaborator on the project was Mario Piccagli and the report 'Nuclear power for small electricity systems' was presented in July 1968; a copy is included at G.21. Hinton writes (Memoirs, p.493) 'The report was not printed because of objections by the International Atomic Energy Agency butit was circulated in typescript and | believe it was useful’. The material consists of correspondence, arrangements for visits, requests for information, minutes of meetings of the Nuclear Power Generation Study, background reports and some of Hinton's notes and drafts for the report. G.9 1966, October G.15 1967, May G.10 1966, November, December G.16 1967, June G.11 1967, January G.17 1967, July G.12 1967, February G.18 1967, August G.13 1967, March G.19 1967, October-December G.14 1967, April G.20 1968 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 G.21 G.22 137 Consultancies Report on 'Nuclear power for small electricity systems', 15 July 1968. 'Nuclear power: its significance for the developing world’, 19 April 1974. eo 1 of this report reproduces material from the 1968 report oes VISITS AND PROJECTS Hinton made several visits on behalf of the Bank to sites, installations and organisations in different countries, usually to assess the situation before the Bank made a loan for development in the power industries. are copies of his reports, held at G.50, G.51 and G.57, G.58 respectively. In the cases of East Africa and West Pakistan there Taiwan, 1965-69 The Bank was asked for a loan to help finance the Tachien Dam project. Hinton visited Taiwan in June 1966 to assess the potential role for nuclear energy and the justification for the Tachien hydroelectric project. pp.1-2.) (See A.9, ‘Memorandum of activities from 1970 to 1980', The material consists chiefly of correspondence re the Chinese proposals, arrangements for the visit, training of personnel, etc. G.23 1965, September, October. G.25 1966, May-December. G.24 1966, March, April. G.26 1967, 1969 G.27 in Taiwan, 1970. Draft of appraisal of second power project of World Bank Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 138 Consultancies Vienna, 1965 G.28 and the Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, 15 December 1965. Notes dictated by Hinton re meeting between the World Bank Turkey, 1965-67 Contents of a folder inscribed 'World Bank - Visit to Turkey 1965-67' Hinton, with Mario Piccagli, visited Turkey in January 1966 for dis- cussions with government officials re proposed technical and financial assistance by the Bank in reorganising and expanding the Turkish electric power industry. The material consists largely of correspondence on legislation for the establishment of the Turkish Electric Authority (TEK), and arrangements for meetings and visits. (G.31) and comments by Hinton (G.32), and others, upon it. Also included are drafts of the TEK bill G.29 1965, December G.34 1966, September G.30 1966, January-April G.35 1966, October, November G.31 1966, May (1) G.36 1967, January G.32 1966, May (2) G.37 1967, April-August G.33 1966, June, July Brazil, 1966 Hinton visited Brazil in March 1966, where the Bank had G.38 sponsored an investigation of hydro resources, to consider whether the work done could be extended to the southern area of the country. The material consists chiefly of correspondence on the CANAMBRA report on the power problems in Brazil and prospects for hydro and nuclear power. report and on problems of Brazil, and the Terms of Reference of a UN powerstudy. Also included are Hinton's notes on the CANAMBRA Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 139 Consultancies East Africa, 1967-70 Contents of a bulky folder inscribed 'World Bank - East Africa 1967/1969'. In 1968 Hinton, as Chairman of the Co-ordinating Power Development Committee, visited East Africa in a successful attempt to secure agreement Healso visited for integrating the power systems of Kenya and Uganda. the site of a proposed hydro station at Murchison Falls, and on the return journey sustained an injury to his spine which left it permanently damaged (see A.9, 'Memorandum of activities from 1970-1980', p.2, and corres- pondencepassim). The material includes correspondence, arrangements for meetings and visits, committee papers, terms of agreements between Ugandan and Kenyan governments, and little personal material re Lady Hinton's illness. G.43 includes Hinton's 'Opening remarks' for a meeting and G.44 includes two versions (not identical) of a paper by Hinton on 'The amenity problem at Murchison Falls’. The Report and Supplementary Report on the 'Kenya~ Uganda co-ordinated development', annotated by Hinton, are at G.50, G.51. See G.49 for Hinton's 1982 'Note' on the episode. G.39 1967, May~-August G.45 1968, December G.40 1967, September G.46 =1969, January G.4l 1967, October-December G.47 1969, February, March G.42 1968, January-July G.48 1969, August-December G .43 1968, August, September G.49 1970, with note by Hinton G.44 1968, October, November 1982 G.50 "Report on Kenya-Uganda co-ordinated development', April 1968. G.51 'Supplementary' of above, including map. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 140 Consultancies West Pakistan, 1969-73 In 1969 the Bank was considering a #20 million credit to West Pakistan for powertransmission projects. Hinton visited the country in October 1969 to review the West Pakistan Water and Power Authority (WPDA) and its relationship with government departments. Hinton's verdict on his mission was: 'It was probably the best piece of work that | did for them but it was politically unpopular and my recommendations were never implemented' (see A.9 'Memorandum of activities from 1970 to 1980', p.4). The material here consists of correspondence re arrangements for the visit, possible association of WPDA with the Electricity Council (for exchange of ideas and personnel, technical assistance, etc.), reactions to Hinton's report, the reorganisation of WPDA,etc. Also included are copies of Hinton's report (G.57, G.58) and some back- ground material (G.59). G.52 1969, July-September G.55 1970, June-September G.53 1969, November, December G.56 1971-74 G.54 1970, January-May G.57, G.58 The Water and Power Development Authority of West Pakistan’. Hinton's report 'An enquiry into the organisation of G.57 corrections. Carbon of typescript draft, with Hinton's ms. G.58 Typescript of final text, submitted 4 November 1969. G.59 Background material. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 141 Consultancies East Pakistan, 1970, 1971 Hinton was due to make a similar investigation in East Pakistan to that already accomplished in West Pakistan when war broke out between the two countries (see A.9, ‘Memorandum of activities from 1970 to 1980', pp.4, 5). This was his last job for the Bank and his appointment was terminated at his own suggestion in October 1970. The material here consists of correspondence re the problems of the East Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (EPWAPDA), Hinton's brief for his visit, delays in finalising arrangements for the visit, and the unstable political situation. G.60 1970 G.6l 1971, including note by Hinton, 1982 GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE The division between 'technical' and 'non-technical' correspondence was made by Hinton and has been retained. General correspondence (technical), 1965-72 A chronological sequence mainly relating to requests for information made by or to Hinton, including his comments on appraisal and draft reports, the difficulties in recruiting engineers and others for developing countries (see especially G.64, G.65), and his request for information re the Ontario Hydro and Tennessee Valley Authority retailing organisations in connection with his work for the Bank (G.62, G.63). G.72, G.73 include letters re Hinton's future work for the Bank. He was anxious lest work be created ‘artificially’ for him but would have liked the Bank to have made more use of him. Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 142 Consultancies o O 62 © .63 0 © 65 2 -66 9 67 2 68 1965, December(1) G.69 1968, October-December 1965, December(2) G.70 1969, January -May 1966, July-Oct ober G.71 1969, July-December 1966, 1967 1968, 1968, November, December G.72 1970, March-May G.73 1970, June-November February - June G.74 1971 July-September G.75 1972 andn.d. General correspondence (non-technical), 1963-83 The correspondence is somewhat scanty, and of heterogeneous content. G.76, G.77 include material relating to Hinton's initial approach to the Bank in 1964 when he was about to retire from the CEGB, postponement of his association with the Bank due to the request by the Minister of Transport for report on co-ordination of transport, and suggestions for his future assignments with the Bank. pp .486-7. See also G.2-G.8 and Memoirs, Correspondence also includes some reference to technical matters such as the Murchison Falls scheme (G.78) and the proposed thermal power project in Swaziland (G.80). There is a little personal correspondence with G.E. Wyatt, an officer of the Bank. G.76 G.77 G.78 G.79 1963, 1964 1965, 1968 1970 197] G.80 G.81 G.82 1972 1973 1974, 1975 G.83 1983 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 143 SECTION H SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS H.1 -H.161 H.1, H.2 CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION H.3 H.4 H.5 THE CITY UNIVERSITY THE DULWICH SOCIETY ECONOMIC RESEARCH COUNCIL H.6 -H.8 EUROPEAN ACADEMYOF ARTS, SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES H.9 EUROPEAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY H.10-H.12 OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE DISABLED H.13-H.16 OSTERRE ICH ISCHER GEWERBEVEREIN H.17 THE ROYAL INSTITUTION H.18-H.41 THE ROYAL SOCIETY H.42-H.161 WORLD ENERGY CONFERENCE For the many engineering organisations with which Hinton was involved, see Section C. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 144 Societies and organisations H.1, H.2 CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION, 1966-78 Hinton was President of the Association 1971-76; there is corres- pondence re his nomination and election as well as arrangements for attending social gatherings, meetings, etc., including some agendas and minutes. H.1 includes a paper given by J. Tinker at the C.U.E.A. conference 'The engineer and the environment’, October 1971. Also included is some correspondence on research and appointments. H.1 1966-71 H.2 1972-78 H.3 THE CITY UNIVERSITY, 1966-78 Hinton was a memberof the University's Court 1966-76. Corres~- pondence re appointments and a research project on thestatus of engineers in Europe. H.4 THE DULWICH SOCIETY, 1971-83 Hinton was a Vice-President of the Society from 1971, but took no active part. The Society's aim was to foster the amenities of the locality. The correspondence concerns Hinton's annual re-election. Feo ECONOMIC RESEARCH COUNCIL, May, June 1981 Hinton accepted an invitation to become a member but withdrew due to ill-health. Brief correspondence only. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 145 Societies and organisations H.6-H.8 EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES, 1981 -83 Hinton was elected a member in 1981; the material concerns nominations for membership and the 1982 General Assembly (Hinton did not attend). H.6 198] H.7 1982 H.8 1983 H.9 EUROPEAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY, 1982 Hinton was elected an honorary memberin 1982. H.10-H.12 OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE DISABLED, 1981-83 Hinton was the organisation's first President, and the correspondence deals largely with finance, including his own covenants, and aids Hinton for the disabled, such as the 'Vistel' visual telephone (H.11). took an active interest in the developments of a ‘portable communica- tion pack’. He10 198] H.11 1982 H.12 1983 H.13-H.16 OSTERREICHISCHER GEWERBEVEREIN, 1970-82 The correspondence deals with nominations for the Wilhelm-Exner Medal, of which Hinton had been a recipient in 1956, with some related material. honour’, awarded for promoting production, particularly in commerce and industry, by scientific work. Hinton described it as 'a considerable international H.13 H.14 1970-73 1974-78 H.15 1979-81 H.16 1982 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 146 Societies and organisations THE ROYAL INSTITUTION, 1970-73 Hinton was elected a member in 1970. only. Brief correspondence H.18-H.41 THE ROYAL SOCIETY, 1963-83 H.18-H.20 General correspondence on the affairs of the Society H.21-H.30 Elections H.31-H.41 Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE ON THE AFFAIRS OF THE SOCIETY H.18 1969-74 Includes material re Royal Society Esso Award for the Conservation of Energy (1974). 1976-78 Includes material re Royal Society Esso Award (1978). H.20 1980-82 Includes correspondence re the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology, with Hinton's letter of information sent to the Royal Society concerning R&D in the engineering industry. ELECTIONS H.21 and H.22 are the contents of a folder labelled 'Royal Society: Committee on Technology’. This ad hoc committee aimed through the Royal Society 'to heighten the esteem of the technologist as a scientific contributor to the national welfare’. Hinton felt that more technologists should be elected to the Fellowship to achieve this. H.23-H.30 contain general material, 1965-83. Continued Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 147 Societies and organisations H.21 H.22 H.23 H.24 H.25 1963 1964 1965-67 1968-69 1970-71 H.26 H.27 H.28 H.29 H.30 1972-74 1975-77 1978, 1980 1981, 1982 1983 CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE, 1973-81 Hinton wasinitially approached for advice in January 1973; in the following December he was elected to the Centre's governing Com- mittee. He resigned in December 1979. H.31, H.32 General correspondence, chiefly re papers of deceased engineers, and finance. H.31 1973, 1974 H.32 1975-81 H.33-H. 40 Correspondence re papers of individual engineers, arranged in chronological sequence, 1973-75. H.41 Committee and related papers, 1973-78. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 148 Societies and organisations H.42-H.161 WORLD ENERGY CONFERENCE, 1962-83 H.42. -H.53 International Executive Council H.54 -H.116 British National Committee H.117-H.156 Conservation Commission H.157-H.160 Miscellaneous correspondence H.161 Printed matter The World Energy Conference aimed 'to promote the development and the peaceful use of energy resources to the greatest benefit ofall’. For the sake of consistency, the title here and throughout is 'World Energy Conference' (WEC), although this was not adopted until 1967. Similarly, the triennial conferences are here called 'World Energy Conferences' (WEC), although the term 'Plenary Meetings' was also used, apparently interchangeably. Hinton examined these papers in 1979 and again in 1981. Very bulky folders have been sub-divided but his arrangement has been retained. For contributions by Hinton to World Power Conference (earlier title of WEC) at Montreal 1958 and Madrid 1960, see B.12, B.13, B.14. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 149 Societies and organisations INTER NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (IEC) Contents of Hinton's correspondencefiles relating to the IEC, 1965-81. Hinton was Chairman of the Council 1962-68, afterwards becoming an Honorary Chairman. Much of the material relates to the organisation of the 7th WEC meeting in Moscow, August 1968, and the failure of the Soviet National Committee to invite certain countries. H.42 H.43 H.44 H.45 H.46 H.47 H.48 H.49 H.50 Includes drafts of speeches by Hinton at opening and closing 1962-66. ceremonies of 1962 WEC at Melbourne and of 2 speeches by him at 1966 WEC at Tokyo. 1967 January, February. International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD) with WEC and arrangements for 7th WEC. Includes correspondencere relations of 1967 September-December. relations between ICOLD and WEC and arrangements for 7th WEC. Includes continuing correspondence re 1968 January. WEC., 1968 February. 19 February. Continuing correspondence re arrangements for 7th Minutes of Programme Committee meeting, Paris, 1968 March. Arrangements for 7th WEC, etc. 1968 April, May. Arrangements for 7th WEC, 1968 June. 7th WEC. Includes draft of Hinton's 'Message of Welcome’ for 1968 July. Arrangements for 7th WEC. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 150 Societies and organisations 1968 August, September. minutes of Programme Committee meeting in Moscow, 17 August, and typescript of Hinton's speech at closing ceremony at 7th WEC, with ms. corrections. Includes draft report on finances of IEC, 1970, 1973 1980, 1981. Information re IEC meetings at Munich and Canc6n. H.51 H.52 H.53 BRITISH NATIONAL COMMITTEE (BNC) The material presented here chiefly concerns the BNC's involvement through the British Papers Committee (BPC), with the preparation of papers to be presented by the British participants at the triennial World Energy Conferences. Hinton chaired the BPC in respect of the 1974 and 1977 conferences. At the 1971 and 1974 conferences he refereed papers and chaired technical sessions. The original arrangement of the material, by conference, has been retained. 8th WEC Bucharest 1971 Hinton was Chairman of the technical programme Division 2 (Single Processes) of the conference. H.54 H.55 H.56 H.57 Formation of a Papers Committee (BPC); representa- 1969 May, July. tion of various interests and organisations on BNC, especially steel; Hinton's 'Note' as Chairman of BPC on the work of the committee and the scope of the conference. 1969 September. Includes list of BPC members. 1969 November, December. 1970 January-May. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 15] Societies and organisations 1970 June, July. Includes two reports by Hinton on papers submitted. 1970 August, September. acceptance of nomination as Chairman of Division 2 of technical session of conference. Includes letter acknowledging Hinton's 1970 December. Committee and lists of British conference participants. Includes list of papers forwarded to Romanian National 1971(?). ‘General Reports’ of Sections 2.1 - 2.5. 1971 March-May. Bucharest and his personal typescript notes on papers in Divisions 1-3, etc. Material re Hinton's travelling arrangements for 1971 June (1). meetings (typescript draft with ms. corrections). Includes Hinton's ' Introductory remarks' for Division 2 1971 June (2). meetings (carbons of typescripts with ms. corrections). Includes Hinton's remarks closing Division 2.2 and 2.3 1971 July. and letters of thanks from Hinton to BPC members. Requests for texts of Hinton's interventions at conference 1972. tions to Technical Sessions. Brief personal correspondence with President of WEC; contribu- Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 152 Societies and organisations 9th WEC Detroit 1974 Hinton was Chairman of the BPC during preparations for this conference, and also Chairman of the technical programme Division 2 (Environment and the Energy Supply). This conference is in consequence more fully represented by surviving material than others. In addition to the conference itself in September 1974, there were preliminary meetings of division and session officers, in Buenos Aires, October 1973, and Detroit, November 1973, and a meeting of the National Advisory Council (set up to give advice to the organisers) with the Organising Committee in Washington, May 1974. Hinton was to receive honorary membership of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in November 1973, and thus was in America at the time of the Detroit preliminary meeting and able to attend it, as well as the meeting of the National Advisory Council. An extra meeting of the conference session officers was also arranged to take advantage of his presence in America at that time. During the run-up to the conference, the BNC held an Energy Forum in July 1973, Hinton, the Royal Society's representative to coincide with its annual general meeting. on the BNC, was unable to attend and was replaced by J.S. Forrest . H.67 H.68 H.69 H.70 1971. production. Includes WEC report on environment as affected by energy 1972 March. Includes draft of 9th WEC technical programme. Includes invitation to Hinton to chair BPC for 1972 April, May. 9th WEC, Hinton's draft paper 'Long term energy resources’ intended for submission to IEC and his 'Notes on "A Blueprint for Survival"' (special number of The Ecologist, January 1972). A copy of the article and of related editorial and correspondence comment in the scientific press are also included. 1972 August, November. Includes list of representatives of firms, government departments, etc. on BPC; ‘Technical Program Announce- ment and Authors' Guide' of conference. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 153 Societies and organisations H.7] H.72 H.73 H.74 H.75 H.76 H.77 H.78 H.79 H.80 1972 December. including nominations of representatives to serve on Committee, work schedule and Hinton's 'Note' as Chairman on need for high quality papers. Material re 'Energy 73' exhibition, and re BPC, 1973 February (1). on BPC. Includes list of representatives nominated to serve 1973 February (2). meeting, 6 February, bearing Hinton's ms. comments, and his type- script notes on WEC technical programme with ms. corrections. Minutes, and synopses of proposed papers, of BPC 1973 March. correspondence re proposed paper on 'British Consents Procedure’. Division 5 Position paper 'Transportation of Energy'; 1973 April. pondencere British Consents Procedure paper. Includes minutes of BPC meeting, 3 April, and corres- 1973 May. 1, 3.and 4. Includes position paper for Technical Sessions Divisions Includes Hinton's request for copies of papers submitted to 1973 June. Energy Forum, July 1973, as he was unable to attend, his letter commenting on them, and draft of discussion paper for Forum, on energy policy, by Department of Trade and Industry. Minutes of annual general meeting of BNC, 27 July; 1973 July. letter from J.S. Forrest agreeing to represent Royal Society at Energy Forum in Hinton's place; correspondencere preliminary meeting in Buenos Aires, October, etc. 1975 August. Detroit, November. Includes correspondence re preliminary meeting in 1973 September. Aires and Detroit. Includes material re preliminary meetings in Buenos Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 154 Societies and organisations H.8] H.82 H.83 H.84 H.85 H.86 H.87 H.88 H.89 H.90 H.91 1975 October. arrangements for preliminary meeting in Detroit, etc. Hinton's comments on British Consents Procedure paper; 1973 November. Agenda and arrangements for preliminary meeting in Detroit; discussion re refereeing British Consents Procedure paper; synopses of British papers for Detroit WEC, with Hinton's ms. notes on them, etc. 1974 January, February. 1974 ?February. General Report of Division 2. 1974 March, April. in Washington and Hinton's 'comments' on Division 2 papers. Includes correspondence re preliminary meetings 1974 May-July. 1974 August (1). Correspondence re CEGB participation in Technical Sessions discussion at conference; ‘Notes’ for BPC meeting, 6 August, with General Reporters' guidelines for each division at conference, bearing Hinton's ms. corrections. 1974 August (2). Chairman of Division 2 at conference and correspondencere arrange- ments for organisation of Division 2 meetings. Includes 2 drafts of Hinton's opening remarks as 1974 September. for Division 2, ‘draft speech for minister in Detroit’ and summing -up speech by Chairman of the IEC Programme Committee. Includes Hinton's 'Chairman's opening remarks’ 1974 October, November. to BPC members and Division 2 officers, etc. Letters of thanks to Hinton, and from him 1975 January. Petroleum Gazette, December 1974, on British delegates’ contribution to Detroit conference. Correspondence re comments by J.M. Flower in Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 155 Societies and organisations 10th WEC ktanbul 1977 H.92 H.93 H.94 H.95 H.96 H.97 H.98 H.99 H.100 1975 March, May. of BPC; draft technical programme of 10th WEC, with Hinton's ms. corrections, and letter commenting on it, etc. Letter informing Hinton of his selection as Chairman 1975 June. Revision of technical programme. 1975 November, December. Includes Hinton's 'Note' as Chairman of BPC re general theme of conference, ‘Availability and Rational Use of Energy Resources', draft technical programme (different version from H.92) and list of proposed British papers for conference. 1976 January. paper. Includes correspondence re W.R. Hawthorne's position 1976 February. pondencearising; D.C. lon's paper ‘Future energy resources’ . Minutes of BPC meeting, 6 February, and corres- 1976 March. meeting, and position paper for Division 3 of conference. Includes continuing correspondencearising from BPC 1976 April. Position papers for Divisions 1, 2 and 4. 1976 May-September. Includes committee papers of BNC meeting, 10 September. Includes letter to Hinton re his replacement 1976 October-December. as Royal Society representative on BNC by J.S. Forrest, correspondence re proposed meeting at conference on ‘superconductive cables', and information sent to Hinton re UNESCO forum on energy problemsin Paris, May 1976. H.101 1977 January, February. British participants of conference. Includes travel and other information for Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 156 Societies and organisations H.102 H.103 1977 April-August. BPC, correspondence re conference arrangements for British participants. Includes Hinton's letter of thanks to members of 1977 September. correspondence re proposal for a conference on conditions governing control of the use of plutonium. Committee papers of BNC meeting, 2 September, and 1978 June, October. 11th WEC Munich 1980 H.105 H.106 H.107 1978, 1979. in respect of the 1974 and 1977 conferences. Includes letter of thanks to Hinton for chairing BPC Includes agenda and minutes of annual general meeting of 1980. BNC, 19 August, and 'notes' by Hinton, October, on the conference and the subsequent study tour. Letter of thanks to Hinton from conference organisers, with 1981. his reply; information on results of a questionnaire sent by IEC to conference participants. 12th WEC New Delhi 1983 Hinton died before the conference took place. H.108 1980. Includes Ip. ms. notes by Hinton on WEC financial control and procedures, and 'Conclusions' of the International Chamber of Commerce conference on ‘Energy: a challenge for business' in Lisbon, November 1980. 1981 February, April. address by M. Boiteux 'The Conclusions of the Eleventh World Energy Conference’; report by Oil Substitution Task Force to BNC. Information re ICC conference, including Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 157 H.110 H.111 H.112 H.113 H.114 H.115 Societies and organisations 1981 August. Agenda of annual general meeting of BNC, 4 August. 1981 September. Includes minutes of annual general meeting of BNC. 1981 November, December. correspondence. Technical programme and brief related 1982 February, April. 1982 and re papers to be submitted for conference. Information re meetings of ICE in 1981 and 1982 August. minutes of annual general meeting of BNC, 10 August. Amendment to accounts of BNC for 1981; agenda and 1982 September, October. especially for simple hydro installations; information for conference participants. Correspondence re proposedsets of standards, H.116 1983 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 158 Societies and organisations CONSERVATION COMMISSION The Commission was established in 1975, with Hinton as its Policy Adviser until his withdrawal in 1981. In 1977 a report on 'World energy demand to 2020! was presented at the Istanbul WEC, and there was a final debate at Banff in 1978; much of the material here concerns preparation of this report. Other material includes committee papers, arrangements for meetings, and related energy studies. See A.9 'Memorandum ofactivities from 1970 to 1980', p.9- For further material re report on 'World energy demand to 2020' see D.68. H.117 H.118 H.119 H.120 H.121 H.122 H.123 1974 November. December. Arrangements for preliminary meeting, in London, 1974 December. World Bank's interest in Commission. 'Notes' of preliminary meeting; correspondence re 1975 January. Includes Hinton's note on objectives of Commission. 1975 September, October. sentatives of the European Communities, September; minutes of Commission meeting in Vienna, October, etc. 'Notes' of meeting in Brussels with repre- 1975 November. with Commission. Includes material re Hinton's agreement to work 1975 December. Includes list of discussion points re Commission. 1976 January. Includes Hinton's note on energy availability. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 159 H.124 H.125 H.126 H.128 H.130 H.131 H.132 Societies and organisations 1976 February. Commission meeting in Vienna, including minutes. 1976 March. April, with Hinton's outline introductory speech. Includes arrangements for Commission meeting in Paris, 1976 April. Includes committee papers, etc. for Paris meeting. 1976 May. 1976 June. study findings at 1977 WEC. Includes arrangements for presentation of world energy Minutes of Commission meeting in London; list of Com- 1976 July. mission members; invitations to Hinton to attend Commission meeting in Abidjan, October. Includes 'Program for the Energy Demand Study’, and 1976 August. draft programme and position paper for 'African energy prospects’ symposium in Abidjan, October. 1976 September. of Hinton's address for it. Arrangements re Abidjan symposium and re drafts Folderalso includes paper by P. Ailleret. Includes typescript copy of Hinton's address for symposium, 1976 October. with ms. corrections, and material re Commission and its Resources Group meeting at Abidjan. Also includes material re need for Com- mission to have preliminary assessment of total world energy demand. For slides accompanying Hinton's address see K.32. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 160 Societies and organisations H.133 1976 November. Folder also includes report on heat from nuclear reactors and paper on Commission's objectives, both annotated by Hinton. Energy demand study; proposed meeting in Brussels. H.135 H.136 H.137 H.138 H.139 H.140 H.14] H.142 1976 December. meeting in Brussels, with status report on investigations on future availability of coal. Minutes of Commission and its Resources Groups 1977 January-March. meeting in London; representation for 1977 WEC; Hinton's address at Abidjan symposium, etc. Minutes of Commission and its Resources Groups 1977 April. meeting in Frankfurt. Includes minutes of Commission and its Resources Groups 1977 May. power in 2020, with references to Hinton's illness. Includes correspondence re draft report on demand for 1977 June. and others; Hinton's illness, ete. Discussions and comments on world energy demand paper, 1977 July. Minutes of Commission meeting in Vienna, etc. 1977 August-October. Includes summary of study on nuclear process heat applications and correspondence re publicising results of energy demand study. Summary of changes to energy demand study; 1977 November. minutes of meetings of Commission, Review Board and Review Board on Resources; correspondence re confusion in use of Joule in measuring energy values. ~ Correspondence re use of Joule in energy measurement 1977 December. with reference to energy demand study, including English version of P. Ailleret's ' Joules of electricity and Joules of fuel'; to Executive Summaries of Commission reports, etc. draft Foreword Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 161 Societies and organisations H.143 1978 January, February. meeting, | February. Includes agenda and minutes of Commission H.145 H.146 H.147 H.148 H.149 H.150 H.151 H. 152 H .153 1978 March. report, including Hinton's comments. Drafts of sections of resources chapter of Commission's 1978 April (1). information re Commission meeting in Budapest. Drafts of various sections of Commission's report; 1978 April (2). comments; ‘Energy conservation’ by G.E. Obermair. Draft digest of first chapter of Report, with Hinton's 1978 May. Banff meeting. Folder includes Hinton's comments on 'Message’ for 1976 June-August. Banff and San Francisco, etc. Invitations and arrangements for conferences at 1978 September-October. Commission's presentation at Banff, and his comments on studytours, popularisation of world energy study report, future work of Commission, etc. Includes Hinton's views on papers for 1978. Draft paper on 'Energy: a brief retrospect’ (no author). 1979 (1). (Draft of Commission's report). ‘Summary of - World Energy - Looking ahead to 2020! Contents of a folder so inscribed. 1979 (2). Popular version of Commission's Report, etc. 1980 January. of Commission's 'Energy demand workshop’ . Minutes of Commission meeting in Paris, 'Proceedings' 1980 March, April. 2020' (Position paper for 11th WEC). Includes 'Third World Energy Horizons 2000- Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 162 H.155 H.156 Societies and organisations 1980 May. Energy Resources’ . Includes correspondence and drafts re 1980 'Survey of includes material re Commission meeting in Munich, September 1981. 1980; letters of thanks to Hinton with his replies. MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE Contents of a folder inscribed 'Misc. corres. 1974-83'. Hinton's recollections of Walker Cisler; proposed joint 1974, 1975. conference with International Atomic Energy Agency; Swedish 1975 Bill on Energy Policy. 1976-78. Engineers; WEC membership for Saudi Arabia, etc. Hinton's nominations for American Society of Mechanical Istanbul WEC, including Hinton's comments; proposed 1979, 1980. WEC membership for People's Republic of China; Hinton's criticisms of large scale of conferences; his proposal for standards for basic installations in Third World, etc. H.158 H.159 Standards for basic installations in Third World; recommenda- 1981-83. tions of Review Group on 'Conversion factors'; energy balances’, etc. ‘Synthesis of French PRINTED MATTER H.161 Miscellaneous printed items; constitutions, statutes and reports of WEC, Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 163 SECTION J CORRESPONDENCE J.1 - J.84 INTRODUCTION TO SECTION J J.1 -J.69 CORRESPONDENCE WITH INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANISATIONS J.70-J.72 SHORTER UNINDEXED CORRESPONDENCE J.73-J.79 REFERENCES, APPOINTMENTS, RECOMMENDATIONS J.80-J.84 DAILY CARBONS This Section represents the contents of Hinton's bulky folders of ‘Miscellaneous corres- pondence' 1969-83, and of his 'Daily carbons' 1978-83. Most of Hinton's correspondence on research, advisory committees, institutions, publications and other activities was kept with the related material and has been left in place in the appropriate Sections of the collection. The 'Miscellaneous correspondence’ folders bore a note by Mrs. Ellis, 'Examined by Lord Hinton' with dates in December 1981 and April 1982, and also a note that 'From time to time all Lord Hinton's files have been reduced of unnecessary papers'. This process was evidently draconian, but the remaining papers are to be understood as Hinton's considered view of what was of interest or value to him. As with material elsewhere in the collection, many of the documents bear manuscript notes and comments added by Hinton, perhaps during his reviews of his papers. These remarks are of historical, technical or personal interest, as are the biographical recol- lections and personal news often included in the copies of letters to old friends and colleagues sent for Christmas, birthdays or other anniversaries. The 'Daily carbons' have been left intact at J.80-J.84 since much of their interest lies in the record they afford of Hinton's total activity over a given period and at the very end ofhis career. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 164 Correspondence CORRESPONDENCE WITH INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANISATIONS J.1 J.2 J.3 J.4 J.5 J26 J.7 J.8 J.9 Antoine, S. 1982 Hinton's reply to questionnaire 'Forward Look Consultation on the Environment’. Arnold, L. 1977, 1983 (Letter of 1977, re Calder Hall, not from Hinton). 1976 Atherton, W.A. History of electrical engineering, Faraday and Colladon. Bedford, R. Berrill, K. 1973 1977, 1978 Correspondence 1977 is on Central Policy Review Staff report on Power Plant Manufacturing Industry; correspondence 1978 (Hinton's carbon only) is on turbines for AGRs. Bowie, S.H.U. Price of uranium. 1975 British Institutes’ Joint Energy Policy Programme 1981 Inaugural meeting; Hinton's comments on programme. Chilver, H. 1977, 1983 Correspondence 1977 includes Hinton's comments on structural failures. p Cole, D. 1970, 1981 Hinton's carbons only, including recollections and personal news. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 165 Correspondence Confederation of British Industry 1970 Hinton's comments on Green Paper ' Industrial Research and Development in Government Laboratories’. Davies, 1979, 1982-83 Hinton's carbons only; visits, recollections, family news. Department of Energy Proposed investigation into off-shore energy. Dobson, L. Eden, R. Fitton, J. Ford, H. Hinton's carbon only, on dynamics of APT. Fores, M. Hinton's carbon only. Fuchs, E. Recollections. 1977 1974 1982 1977 198] 1978 1982, 1983 Galloway, D.F. 1968 Draft paper on improving productivity in manufacturing industries, with ms. comments by Hinton. J.20 Geoghegan, G. 1974, 1982-83 Nuclear power in Japan. of Goro Inouye. Correspondence 1982-83 includes recollections Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 166 Correspondence J.21 Gowing, M.M. 1971-75, 1980-81, 1983 Early correspondence is re M.M. Gowing's history of UK atomic energy and includes comments by Hinton. (3 June) Hinton's list of his most important lectures. Correspondence 1980 includes J.22 Halliday, Hinton's secretary at Risley). Y Y Hinton's carbon only. Y J.23 Holford, 1975 1975 Letter of condolence. Also included here is a list of Lord Holford's CEGB papers at the University of Liverpool Archives, sent to Hinton in 1982. J.24 Hartley, H.B. 1961, 1970-72 Includes book review by Hinton. J.25 Isherwood, P. Hinton's carbon only; recollections of ICI. J.26 Jackson, W. Teaching electrical engineering. deal J.28 Jones, F.E. Jost, H.P. Energy shortage. 1982 1969 1976 1978, 1981 J.29 Kearton, F. 1979 Hinton's carbons only; speech on energy. J.30 Koller, V.P. 1977, 1981-83 Former colleague at Risley. account of his atomic energy papers in the Public Records Office. Includes (30 November 1981) Hinton's Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 167 Correspondence J.31 Laughton, M.A. and others Electrical power interconnection for Europe. J.32 Liddle, P.H. Brief recollections of First World War. 198] 1977 J.33 McAlpine, E. 1978, 1982 Hinton's brief carbons only. J.34 McCormack, J.J. 1973, 1983 Hinton's carbons only; recollections of ICI. J.35 McDonald, D. Turbine generators for Taiwan. J.36 Mackenzie, C. Energy conservation. J.37 Mackenzie, C.J. Hinton's carbon only; personal news. J.38 Malkin, A. Hinton's carbons only; personal news. J.39 Mann, M. 1982 1981 1977 1980 198] Hinton's carbon only; letter of condolence and recollections. J.40 Maunder, L. Hinton's book ‘Engineers and Engineering’. J.4l Ministry of Technology 1982 1969 Note by Hinton for the Minister, on ‘Technical collaboration with the developing countries’. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 168 Correspon dence Morrell, D.D. National Coal Board 1973 1973 National Electricity Board of Malaysia 1971-72 J.42 J.43 J.44 J.45 J.46 J.47 Newman, P.E. Hinton's carbons only. Norton, H. Odell, P.R. 1982 1965 1982 1970 Centre for International Energy Studies, Rotterdam. J.48 Owen, W.L. Also includes Hinton's carbon letter to Lady Owen, 1982. J.49 Piccagli, M. 1972-73, 1977 Engineering projects; personal news. J.50 Pryke, R.W.S. Public Enterprise Group. J.51 Reilly, P. Council of Industrial Design. J.52 Richardson, J.B. Hinton's carbon only. 1970 1968 1975 J.53 Rothschild, N.M.V. 1971, 1974 1971 item is Hinton's 'thoughts' on 'Government Research and Develop- ment'; correspondence 1974 is brief note only. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 169 Cc orrespondence J.54 Satake, N. Hinton's carbons only. 1978, 1982 J.00 Schon, F. Hinton's carbon only, on UK industry. J.56 Seldon, A. Book on CEGB; oral history. J.57 J.58 Shirlaw, D.A. Smith, S.S. Recollections of Capenhurst and Risley. J.59 Squire, P. Hinton's carbon only. J.60 Sugden, T.M. Combustion Institute. J.61 J.62 J.63 J.64 Surrey, A.J. Times Higher Education Supplement Enquiry on education for industry. Ubbelohde, A.R. United Kingdom Association of Professional Engineers (UKAPE) Hinton's resignation. 1972 1981] 1979 1977 1983 1977 1970 1976 1975 1977 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 170 Corresponden ce J.65 Vinter, P. 1963 On Vinter's paper 'The invention of the steam engine’ (draft enclosed). J.66 Whitmore, C. 1972, 1983 Former colleague at ICI. J.67 Wilson, C.L. World Coal Study. J.68 J.69 Wyall, G.E. Zuckerman, S. 1978 1982 1981 SHORTER UNINDEXED CORRESPONDENCE J.70 J.71 J.72 Letters of congratulation sent by Hinton (a few with replies) 1977-82 Brief correspondence re books or articles sent to Hinton. Miscellaneous shorter personal correspondence. REFERENCES, APPOINTMENTS, RECOMMENDATIONS J.73 J.74 J.75 J.79 1971-72 1974-75 1976 J.76 J.77 J.78 1978 1980 1982-83 Personal requests for references or careers advice. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 DAILY CARBONS 17] Correspondence A record of Hinton's correspondence 1978-July 1983 on all topics, kept as documentation of his activity in these last years and also because not all the corres- pondence survives elsewhere . J.80 J.81 J.82 1978 1979 1980 J.83 1981 J.84 1982-July 1983 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 172 SECTION K NON-PRINT MATERIAL K.1 - K.36 K.1 -K.18 PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS K.19 -K.29 LOOSE PHOTOGRAPHS K.30 - K.34 SLIDES K.35 K.36 FILM GRAMOPHONE RECORDS K.1-K.18 PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS Most of these albums are commemorative, and were presented to Hinton by those K.6- K.8 each contain chronologically- whom he had visited in an official capacity. arranged photographs of similar events. Although Lady Hinton often accompanied her husband, the material is essentially ‘official’, not personal. pe ’ Y K.1 K.2 Visit of British atomic scientists to Ontario hydros, 2 and 3 October 1953. Includes 2 loose photographs. Hinton's copy of album presented to Sir Charles Mole 'from friends and colleagues! at the Ministry of Works and UKAEA, December 1954. Includes 1 loose photograph. K.3, K.4 2 untitled albums of Japan tour, May 1956. K.3 includes 6 loose photographs. K.5 Untitled album of the Queen's visit to open Calder Hall powerstation, 17 October 1956. Untitled album of miscellaneous visits, meetings, ceremonies, etc., 1957-61. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 173 Non -print material K.7 K.8 K.9 Album labelled 'Volume IV', of miscellaneous visits, meetings, ceremonies, etc., 1961-64. Untitled album of miscellaneous visits, ceremonies, etc., 1961-73. Untitled album of dinner in the Hintons' honour, given by the Kansai Electric Power Co, Kyoyamato, Kyoto, 1 December 1962. Includes Hinton's place-card, menu and press-cutting. Opening of Berkeley and Bradwell nuclear power stations, 5 April 1963. ‘Presentation of good housekeeping trophies at Darlington power station and Durham transmission section', 24 August 1963. Visit to the south-eastern region, CEGB, 20-23 October 1964. Visit to the north-eastern region, CEGB, 17-19 November 1964. Visit to the north-western region, CEGB, 9-12 December 1964. Untitled album commemorating Hinton's retirement from Chairmanship of CEGB, December 1964. Visit to Akosombo Dam site, August 1966. Visit to Nigeria, 30 August-9 September 1966. Visit to Ghana, ?1966. Includes typescript list of members of West African Group of Professional Engineers appearing in the album. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 174 Non -print material K.19-K.29 LOOSE PHOTOGRAPHS With the exception of K.19, showing the 18-year-old Hinton, these photographs are of his later public career. Many have identifications of time and place provided by Mrs. Ellis. Photographs of Hinton K.19 . Hinton, aged 18, as an apprentice at GWR Swindon. only photograph in the collection of Hinton as a young man. also K.30. This is the See K.20, K.21 Undated studio portraits. Visits, ceremonies and gatherings K.22 K.23 Hinton's Induction as Chancellor, University of Bath, 1966. Opening of physics and computer buildings, Royal Radar Establish- ment, 30 April 1971. Visit of Electricity Supply Research Council (ESRC) Committee to Central Electricity Research Laboratories, Leatherhead, 22 October 1971. K.24 Visit to The Metal Box Co, January 1973. Visit to AERE Harwell, 1 February 1973. Includes copy of Harwell bulletin, reporting visit. K.25 Visit of ESRC members to C.A. Parsons & Co, October 1976. The Hinton Luncheon, The Institution of Nuclear Engineers, 18 July 1978. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 175 Non print material K.26 Visit made with Lord Ironside, location unknown, n.d. Visit of Sub-Committee F at the House of Lords toa North Sea Oil rig,, n.d. Sites and installations K.27 Wylfa nuclear power station, Anglesey. K.28 Various BNFL installations. K.29 Aerial view of unidentified site. K.30-K.34 SLIDES With the exception of K.30 and K.34, these slides were used to illustrate lectures, etc. given by Hinton. K.30 K.31 K.32 K.33 K.34 2 duplicate slides of the 18-year-old Hinton; see K.19. 'Future of power technology', British Electric Power Convention Citrine Lecture, 1965. 2 duplicate sets of slides. Speech given for WEC at Abidjan, October 1976. 2 duplicate sets of slides. See H.132 for text of speech. E.S.U. summerschool. n.d. Set of slides. 10 miscellaneous slides, of installations and equipment, 1-4. Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 K.35 FILM 176 Non ~print material ‘Christopher Hinton', 1956. K.36 GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 'The ABC of atomic energy', 7 talks by Hinton for the BBC. 4 records, sent to Hinton continuity sheets. February 1959, with advice slip and Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 177 INDEX OF INDIVIDUALS, ORGANISATIONS AND FIRMS ABERDARE, Morys George Lyndhurst Bruce, Ath Baron D.12, D.159 See also D.134 ACADEMIC PRESS INC, (LONDON) LIMITED F.213 ADAMS, Sir John (Bertram) ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR APPLIED RESEARCH AND C.115 C.77 -_DEVELOPMENT (ACARD) AEROVENTURE LIMITED AGNEW, Sir (William) Godfrey AGRELL, Peter H. AIGRAIN, Pierre Raoul AILLERET, P. AKERS, Sir Wallace Alan ALBU, Austen Harry ALDEWERELD, Siem ALDINGTON, Toby (Austin Richard William) Low, Ist Baron ALHEGELAN, Faisal, Sheikh ALLAWAY, Percy Albert ALLEN, F. G. ALLEN, Sir Geoffrey ALLEN, H. Norman G. ALLEN, Richard W. ALLEN, William Henry ALLIBONE, Thomas Edward See also C.116 H.72 E.1, F.154, H.3 B.141 See C.130, C.144 H.131, H.132, H.142, H.143 See also H.140, H.149 A.156 A.127 G.10, G.62, G.76, G.77 See also G.64, G.72 E.8, E.9 C.122 C.23, C.218, C.223, C.224, C.226, C.227 B.59 C.139 See also C.138 G.67 A.144 A.143, A.144 C.85, €.109 See also B.65, H.17, H.29 ALPORT, Cuthbert James McCall, Baron H.3 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICALENGINEERS C.1-C.6 ANGELINI, Arnaldo M. ANGLO-GERMAN FOUNDATION FOR THE STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY H.156 C.98-C.100 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 178 Index of individuals, organisations and firms ANTOINE, S. ARCHER, Norman ARCHER, Simon ARMSTRONG, Ellis L. ARMSTRONG, Walter J. ARNOLD, Lorna ASHBY, Eric, Baron ASHTON, H.W. ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COUNCILS ATHERTON, W. A. ATHLONE PRESS ATKINS, Sir William Sydney Albert ATKINSON, Sir Leonard Henry ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADALIMITED ATOMIC WEAPONS RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT, ALDERMASTON ATWELL, Sir John (William) AUER,PeterL. AUSTRALIAN ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES BAIG, M._ T. BAINBRIDGE, G. Ronald BAK, A. K. BAKER, John Fleetwood, Baron BALDWIN, Nicholas BANKS, Andrew Ja A.189 C.90 See also C.91, €.93 H.138 G.40, G.52, G.71 F.162, F.164, J.2 See also F.165, F.197 A.184, E.6, H.29 See also D.126 C.49 D.6, D.7, D.16-D.20 J.3 F.214 C.130, C.163, C.185, C.204 C.36 B.68-B.70, B.74, G.20 F.13] C.21, C.97, C.123, F.74 See also C.94, C.96 H.135 See also H.139 C.90, C.93 G.23 H.124, H.126-H.128 See also H.102 H.49 C.142, C.161, C.162 See also C.129, C.133 D.18 G.1 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 179 Index of individuals, organisations and firms BARLOW, Sir (George) William BARNES, Robert Sandford BARRATT, Sir Sydney BASIL BLACKWELL PUBLISHER BAXENDELL, Sir Peter Brian BARTLETT, John Vernon BAXTER, John Walter BEALING, Ernest BEAMISH, David R. BEARMAN, F. John BEAVER, Sir Hugh Eyre Campbell BEBBINGTON, Gwen BECHTEL, Stephen D. Jr. BECK, Sir Edgar (Charles) BEDFORD, Ronnie BEEBY, George H. BELGRAVE, T. Robert BELLWIN, Irwin Norman Bellow, Baron BENN, Anthony Wedgwood BERKOVITCH, Israel BERRILL, Sir Kenneth BESSBOROUGH, Frederick Edward Neuflize Ponsonby, 10th Earl BETHEL, David BINNIE, Geoffrey Morse BIRK, Alma, Baroness BIRKS, Jack C.195 See also C.194 E.14 See also H.102 E.13 F.215 C.187 See also C.188 C.189, €.190, C.213 C.93 F.156 See D.124, D.163 A. 140 See H.38 A.202 H.79, H.85 See also H.44 C.47, C.49 A.202, J.4 F .209 D.101, J.7 D.20, D.163 F.154 See also C.19 H.152 B.84, B.85, B.105-B.107, B.109, B.112, B.113, C.82, D.6, D.94, J.5 See also C.83, C.93 D.7 See also D.106 F.103 C.122, C.123, C.207, C.208 D.157 C.204, D.99 See also C.166, C.168, C.198 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 180 Index of individuals, organisations and firms BITTNER, Josef BLACK, Joseph BLACKETT, Patrick Maynard Stuart, Baron BLACKSTONE, P. L. BLEASDALE, Cyril BLISS, Brian H. BOATSWAIN, Tom BOISSIER, Roger BOMPAS, W. Michael G. BOND, Roland C. BONDI, Sir Hermann BOONHAM, Nigel BOOTH, Eric Stuart BORDIA, Otima BOURNIVAL, Pierre BOWDEN, Frank Philip BOWIE, Stanley Hay Umphray H.13-H.15 Es, Evop.te> 11 B.62 H.102 D.105 B.81 A.156 H.135 Halls Pa C.42, F.84 H.29 C.260 F.17, G.24, H.19 See also H.27 H.140 F.17 H.23 ~ B.78, C.117, C.118, F.162, J.6 BOYLE OF HANDSWORTH, Edward Charles Gurney, Baron BRADBURY, John L. BRADBURY-WILLIAMS, John C. BRIDLE, Ronald Jarman BRIGGS, Percy BRIGHT, Walter N. BRITISH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION D.5 A. 202 See C.259 C.214, C.215 F.76 A.176 C.47 BRITISH ASSOCIATION COORDINATING GROUP C.7 BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION B.16, B.17, B.19, B.86, D.8, D.136, F.110, F.113 See also C.121 BRITISH ELECTRICAL AND ALLIED MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION LIMITED (BEAMA) BRITISH GAS H.70 D.19, H.96 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 18] Index of individuals, organisations and firms BRITISH INSTITUTES' JOINT ENERGY POLICY PROGRAMME BRITISH NUCLEAR ENERGY SOCIETY BRITISH NUCLEAR FORUM BRITISH PETROLEUM BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION BRITISH STEEL CORPORATION BRITISH TRANSPORT DOCKS BOARD BROOM, Trevor BROWN, Sir Harold Arthur BROWNE, Sir Humphrey BUNCH, Sir Austin (Wyeth) BURHENNE, Wolfgang E. BUSHBY, J. W. BUTLER, Sir Clifford (Charles) BUTLER, (Percy) James CADE, J. A. CADWALLADER, Amy D. CALDECOTE, Robert Andrew Inskip, 2nd Viscount CALLAGHAN, (Leonard) James CALLARD, Sir Eric John (Sir Jack) CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION CAMM, Sir Sydney CAMPBELL, lan Macdonald CAMPBELL, Ronald Hugh CAMPBELL, W. Wilson J.7 F.109 B.94 C.54, C.204 D.163 D.6 C.181 A.185 A.156, A.176, A.189, F.117 See also H. 35 C.181 G.1 D.18 H.109 H.29 G.8 See B.90 E.18 A.219, C.21, C.88, C.99, C.132, C.141, C.144, C.157, C.168, C.170, C.186, C.194, C.212, C.221-C.223, C.226, C.227 See also C.178, C.187 C.111, C.206 See also C.91, C.109 C.68, C.79, C.91, C.195 H.1, H.2 See H.34 See C.142, C.158 F.134 H.90 See also H.65, H.86 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 182 Index of individuals, organisations and firms CANE, Alan CAREY, Sir Peter (Willoughby) CARMICHAEL, Donald CARMICHAEL, lan F. CARPENTER, Eric W. 3,62 C.91, €.94, €.218, C.219, C.221, C.226 See also C.213-C. 215 B.76 F.82 A.185 CARRINGTON, Peter Alexander Rupert, 6th Baron See F.77 CARTER, H. Desmond CARTWRIGHT, Harry CENTRAL ELECTRICITY GENERATING BOARD (CEGB) A.179 H.9, H.59 See also H.65 A.178-A.185, D.12-D.14, D.125, D.161, D.172, H.75, H.76, H.78, H.87, H.95, H.96, H.159 CENTRAL OFFICE OF INFORMATION F.19 CHADENET, Bernard CHADWICK, Sir James CHALLIS, Anthony Arthur Leonard CHAMBERS, Sir (Stanley) Paul CHANDOS, Oliver Lyttelton, Ist Viscount CHAPMAN, John Clifford CHARKHAM, Jonathan Philip CHARNOCK, Joan CHARTERED MECHANICAL ENGINEER CHESTER, Peter Francis CHESTERS, John Hugh CHIEN, Paul K. CHILVER, Sir Henry CHISHOLM, Alexander William John CHRISTIE, John G.77 See also G.20, G.39 A.127, A.156 B.93 E.8 A.176, A.181, A.189, F.117 See also A.183 C.215 C.86, C.87, C.91 A. 202 F.126, F.129, F.130, F.155 A.185, D.12, D.125, H.29, H.30 See also H.100 See C.79, H.149 B.65 D.105, J.8 H.2 A.156 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 183 Index of individuals, organisations and firms CHU, David S. L. CHURCHMAN, A. Trevor CISLER, Walker L. CITY UNIVERSITY CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY - CLARENDON PRESS, OXFORD see OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ~ CLARK, Donald CLARKE, Sir Richard (Otto) CLAUSEN, Hugh CLAY, Sir Henry CLAYTON, C. G. B.86, B.88 See also G.25 G.1 H.52 See also H.45, H.50, H.80, H.82, H.158 H.3 D.41 F.65, H.76 F.17 F.155 See H. 64 D.165 CLAYTON, Sir Robert (James) C.134, C.135, C.140, H.11, COALES, John Flavell COCKCROFT, Sir John (Douglas) COCKERELL, Sir Christopher COLE, Donovan D. W. COLENSO, R. COLLINS, Henry Edward COLLINS, PeterM. OD. COLMER, Fred C. W. COLVILLE, Alan COMBET, G. eee ales C.121, C.170 C.16, C.17, €.76, C.77, C.82, C.83, C.91, C.95, C.97, €.98, €.102, €.105, C.108, C.109, C.123, C.185, D.5 See also C.80, C.84, C.87, C.90, €.93, C.101, C.103, C.106, €.110, €.117, €.132, H.32 See B.63 C.4l See also C.38 See J.9 B.77 C.114, C.116 See also H.65, H.90 H.20 A.185 G.42, G.43 H.50 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 184 Index of individuals, organisations and firms CONFEDERATION OF BRITISH INDUSTRY CONGRESS OF CANADIAN ENGINEERS CONSOLO, Federico CONSULTING ENGINEER CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE CONWAY, Hugh Graham CORFIELD, Sir Kenneth (George) COOPER, Andrew Ramsden COOPER, Michael G. COTTRELL, Sir Alan (Howard) COUNCIL FOR THE PROTECTION OF RURAL ENGLAND COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING INSTITUTIONS COUNTRYSIDE COMMISSION COX, Herbert J. CRAIGTON, Jack Nixon Browne, Baron CRANMER, Frank A. CRITCHLEY, Octavius CROFT, Malcolm CROSS, RR. C. CULHAM LABORATORY CULLEN, Alexander Lamb CUMMING-BRUCE, Sir Francis D.2, D.14, D.15, J.10 F.17 G.17 F203 H.31-H.41 C.10, C.40, C.76, C.79, C.91-C.93, C.104, C.107, C.110, €.112, C.121, C.122, C.127, €.130-C.132, C.139, C.141, C.147, C.150, F.17, H.16 See also C.87, C.117, C.124, C.128, C.140, C.144, C.154, C.161, C.166, C.167, C.169, C.170, C.192, €.209, C.253 C.26-C.28 See also C.229 C.113, C.114 See also F.198 H.2 A.185, B.94, C.77, E.14, E.17, H.19, H.29 See also H.27 D.17 A.217, C.8-C.75, C.233, C.243, D.4-D.6, D.165 D.9 A.156 D.20 F.77 B.80 D.19 E.9 D.6 C.152 See also H.28 See G.65 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 185 Index of individuals, organisations and firms CUNNINGHAM, Bernard CUNNINGHAM, Edward B. A. 202 G.55 CUNNINGHAM, John A. (Jack) See C.164, C.225 CURRAN, Sir Samuel (Crowe) H.19, H.29 DAILY TELEGRAPH DAINTON, Frederick Sydney, Baron DALYELL, Tam DAMAN, E. L. DAUDEL, R. DAVEY, Betty DAVEY, Gethin DAVIDSON, John Frank DAVIES, DAVIES, Duncan S. DAVIES, E. Peter DAVIES, John DAVIS, Godfrey Rupert Carless DAVIS, W. Kenneth See F.211 See H.25 C.164 C2 H.6-H.8 A.189 A.172 See H.27 J.11 C.101, €.104, C.131, C.137, C.151 See C.259 H.44, H.45 See H.31 H.137 See also B.85, B.92 DAWSON, James Gordon C.174 de FERRANTI, Sebastian Basil Joseph Ziani ©.156, ©3157, E.9 DEGUISE, Y. de HEEM, Louis de JONGH, Nicholas DEMUTH, Richard H. DENT, Frederick (James) DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT See H.149 See H.132, H.133 D.165 See G.20 See C.45 J.12 H.74, H.75 See also H.94 DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY H.83 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 186 Index of individuals, organisations and firms DERRINGTON, John Anthony DESPRAIRIES, P. DE VILLIERS, H. J. DIAMOND, Jack DILLARD, Joseph K. DIXON, Edith A. DOBSON, Leslie DODD, Frank Leslie DORSET POLICE DOUGLAS, Sir William Scott DOWNS, Diarmuid DRUCKER, Daniel C. DRUCQUER, Sir Leonard DUCKWORTH, John Clifford DULWICH SOCIETY DUMMETT, George Anthony DUNCAN, Sir William Barr Mckinnon DUNHAMN, Sir Kingsley (Charles) DUNICAN, Peter Thomas DUNWORTH, John Vernon DURRANDS, Kenneth James DYSON, BELL & COMPANY C.145, C.242 See H.130, H.138 H.50 C.254 C.261, H.90, H.137 A. 202 J.13 C.133, C.134 D.131 A.154, A.156 H.39 C.1 C.10, C.38, C.39, C.254, F.76, F.149-F.151 See also C.53 C.24, C.52, C.154, C.207, C.208 See also C.39, C.49 H.4 C.84, D.6 See also C.19, C.51, C.76, C.81 C.187 See also C.188 C.33 See also C.35, C.43, C.140, C.141 C.221 B.68, C.44, F.163 F.103 C.225, D.132 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 187 Index of individuals, organisations and firms EAST AFRICAN POWER & LIGHTING COMPANY EASTWOOD, Wilfred ECONOMIC RESEARCH COUNCIL EDEN, Richard John EDINBURGH, HRH, The Prince Philip, Duke of G.46 See also G.50, G.51 Cz iid C.6, D.157, H.19, H.132, H.137, H.138, H.140, H.142, H.143, H.156, J.14 See also H.122, H.125, H.131, H.133, H.135, H.136, H.148 C.76, ©..78, G81, G.85, C.107, €.109, C.111, €.210 See also C.17, C.108, C.112, C.118, C.142, C.152, C.181 EDWARDES, Sir Michael (Owen) EDWARDS, Geoffrey EDWARDS, Sir George (Robert) EDWARDS, Jack EDWARDS, Sir Ronald Stanley EKBERG, Géran EKLUND, Sigvard A. ELLIOTT, Sir Norman (Randall) ELECTRICAL REVIEW ELECTRICITY COUNCIL ELLIS, Phyllis ELSTUB, Sir St. John ENERGY POLICY ENGINEERING EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION ENGINEERS' GUILD LIMITED ENVIRONMENTAL DATA SERVICES LIMITED ESSO PETROLEUM COMPANYLIMITED ESSO RESEARCH CENTRE ETIENNE, E. H. See C.150 D.127 C.47, C.49 B.90 F.154, G.1 See H.88, H.90 G.20 See also G.12 G.55 See also G.53 F.76 G.1 See also F.197 | C.188, C.219 C.186, C.187, F.84 F.216-F. 226 D.165 F.155 D.161 D.19 H.78 H.48-H. 50 EUROPEAN ACADEMYOF ARTS, SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES H.6-H..8 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 188 Index of individuals, organisations and firms EUROPEANFERRIES LIMITED EUROPEAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY EVERSON, Sir Frederick (Charles) EZRA, Sir Derek FAIRFIELD, Ronald (McLeod) FARMER, Frank Reginald FARRELL, Robert FEDDEN, Sir (Alfred Hubert) Roy FEILDEN, Geoffrey Bertram Robert FELLOWSHIP OF ENGINEERING FELLS, lan FENNING, Frederick William FINANCIAL TIMES FINCH, J. FINNISTON COMMITTEE OF ENQUIRY INTO THE R. G. ENGINEERING PROFESSION FINNISTON, Sir (Harold) Montague FINZI, Ugo FISCHER, David A. V. FISH, Leonard W. FISHLOCK, David FITTON, James FLECK, Alexander, Ist Baron FLETCHER, Paul Thomas FLOREY, Howard Walter, Baron FLOWERS, Brian Hilton, Baron D.8 H.9 H.4 D.160 A. 189 D.152, D.157, H.20, H.27 A. 183 See H.33 C4; ©. 131, C. 132; Hs) See also H.25 A.219, C.180-C.248 C.21 F.164 B.67 See also B.76 €.30, €.38 C.206-C.248, D.164, D.165 C.207, C.210-C.213, D.6, H.27 G.13-G.19 G.17, G.20 H.135, H.136 See also H.140 B.67 See also B.76 2.15 A.162, H.21-H.23 See also A.171 €.35 A. 189 See also H.21 E.14, H.27, H.29 See also B.69, B.77, D.96 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 189 Index of individuals, organisations and firms FOLSOM,Richard G. FORD, Sir Hugh FORES, Michael FORMAN, Nigel FORREST, John Samuel FOSTER, John S. C.1, C.2 C.101, C.114, C.116, C.117, C.126, C.135, C.146, C.154, C.170, C.174, C.215, F.96, H.25 See also C.82, C.83, C.86, C.97, C.113, C.115, C.118, C.132, C.134, C.173, C.181, C.213, €.214, J.16 H.3 D.11 F.94, H.24, H.25, H.28, H.29, H.78 See also H.76 H.125, H.138, H.142, H.148, H.149 See also G.17 FOSTER WHEELER CORPORATION €.2 FRAME, Sir Alistair (Gilchrist) C.183, C.192 FRANCE, Sir Arnold William FRANCE, Robert FRANCIS, Horace William Alexander FRANCIS, Owen FRANKLIN, Norman Laurence FRANKS, C. E oa FRANKS, Oliver Shewell, Baron FRASER, Thomas FREEMAN, Sir Ralph FREETH, Francis Arthur FUCHS, Edgar A.195 A.189 See C.94 G.2 C.191, H.96 See also H.94, H.102 B.65, B.66, B.68, B.73, B.74 See also B.131-B.139 A. 189 G.2, G.3 C.41, C.42, C.47, H.37 See also H.40 A.145 C.178, J.18 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 Index of individuals, organisations and firms GAINSBOROUGH, G._ F. GALLOP, SamR. GALLOWAY, Donald Frederick GAMMELGARD, P. N, GARDNER, G. Anthony GARLICK, Sir John GEOGHEGAN, Gerald GERHOLM,Tor Ragnor GHALIB, Selchouk Ahmed GIBRAT, Robert GIBSON, Joseph GIBSON, N. GINNS, Dennis William GLUECKAUF, Eugen GOODIER, George W. GOSLING, Cyril H. GOTT, Howard H. GOURLAY, R. M. GOWING, Margaret Mary GOWRIE, Alexander Patrick Greystell Hore- Ruthven, 2nd Earl GRAHAM, E. D. GRAINGER,Leslie C.190, €.250 See also C.149, C.186, C.191 H.10-H.12 J.19 H.85 See also H.88, H.90 A.157 C.115 J.20 H.121, H.145 See also B.114, H.123, H.128, H.144, H.147 B.123 See F.17 See C.154 C.254 C.140 See B.82 A. 157 J.31 F.94, H.59 C,204 A.123, A.215, B.96, C.96, F.67, F.85, F.161-F.163, F.198, F.207, H.31-H.33, H.38, J.21 See also A.9, A.221, B.71, C.100, C.156, D.3, F.77, F.13] C.227, C.228 D.14, D.15, D.136, D.159 See also D.134 A.203, B.81, H.90, H.131 J.43 GRANADATELEVISION LIMITED F.110A Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 19] Index of individuals, organisations and firms GRAY, Charles H. GRAY, J. Lorne GRAY, John E. GREATER LONDON COUNCIL GREENWOOD OF ROSSENDALE, Arthur William James, Baron (Anthony Greenwood) GREGORY, Roy G. GREGSON, John, Baron GRIZENKO, N. N. GROSOF, David H. GROSSMITH, Wilfred GROZA, O. GUINNESS, J. RR. GUTHRIE BROWN, J. S. HAFELE, Wolf HALL, Sir Arnold (Alexander) H.42 B.67, B.68, B.74 See also G.13, G.17 F.90 F.196 D.11 See also D.16 A.183, H.75, H.76, H.81, H.82 See C.227 C.133 B.94 A.190 H.66 B.107 H.43, H.44, H.47 B.74, B.75 See also F.202 C.6, C.96, C.109, C.130, C.190, €.197, C.214, C.215 See also C.94, C.110, C.192, C.219, E.8 HALL, Richard HALL, William Bateman HALLIDAY, HALSBURY, John Anthony Hardinge Giffard, H. OD. 3rd Ear| HANCOCK, P. HANDLER, Philip HANKS, Reginald HANNA,Elsie HANNAH, Leslie E.5 B.96 B./3, J.22 D.162, D.171 See also D.12 D.130 C.262 A.141 E.19 A.127 See also F.198 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 192 Index of individuals, organisations and firms HANNAY, N. Bruce HANWORTH, David Bertram Pollock, 2nd Viscount HAPPOLD, Edmund HARDIE, A. M. HARRAP, GEORGE G. & COMPANY HARRIS, Sir Alan (James) HARRIS , Sir William (Gordon) HART, Dick E. C.118, C.261, C.262 B.93 C.148, C.152, C.153, C.156 See also C.149 E.11, E.13 B.65 C.138-C.143, C.159 C.215 H.143-H.146 See also H.82, H.86, H.90 HART, Dame Judith (Constance Mary) G.53 HART, Michael HARTCUP, Guy HARTLEY, Sir Harold (Brewer) B.110, B.113 B.91 A.170, E.1, F.117, H.21- H.25, H.52, J.24 See also F.65, H.42 HASLAM, (William) Geoffrey HATTERSLEY, Roy Sydney George HAWKER SIDDELEY GROUP LIMITED C.112 C.126 D.7 HAWKINS, Sir Arthur (Ernest) B.106, B.107 HAWTHORNE, Sir William (Rede) HAYES, G. N. HAYTER, PaulD. G. HEARN, Richard L. HEATON COOPER, William HELLER, Laszlo HENRY, John M. HERBERT, Ernest LeQ. HETHERINGTON, (Arthur) Carleton A.214-A.216, C.6, C.166, C.202, H.1, H.2, H.19, H.24, H.27, H.31, H.94, H.139, H.140 See also C.98, C.99, C.136, H.29 C.43 D.134 B.64, B.67, B.74-B.76, B.79, B.82, B.95, G.38 F.211 H.126 B.88 E.6, E.18 See also C.40 D.6, D.7 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 193 Index of individuals, organisations and firms HETHERINGTON,Roger Le Geyt HEUGHAN, Donald M. HILDREW, Bryan HILL, A. J. HILL, F. HILL, Sir John McGregor HILL OF LUTON, Charles Hill, Baron HINTON, Joan HIRSCH, Sir Peter (Bernhard) HISLOP, George Steedman HOLDER, Douglas William HOLDER, R. W. HOLFORD, Marjorie, Lady HOLFORD, William Graham, Baron HOLLY, M. HOOKER, Sir Stanley (George) HORLOCK, John Harold HORNE, D. B. HORNER, G. G. S. HOSKIN, Michael A. HOUNSFIELD, Sir Godfrey (Newbold) HOWELL, Frederick H. A. 198 C.38, C.41, C.42, C.47, C.50-C.52, C.124, C.125, C.173, H.31 C.24 See also C.25, C.229 C.95, C.96 A. 166 B.78, B.98, B.99, C.190, D.157, F.162, H.19 See also C.191, F.94, H.92, H.138 D.5 See also D.94 A. 223, F.149 D.172 See also H.29 C.22, C.52, C.218, D.165 E.11, E.12, £.14 B.79, E.14 See J.23 A.182, A.190, G.77, G.80, H.31, H.32 See also G.44, J.23 A. 127 C.5, €.39, C.188, H.25 See also H.16 C.214 B.105 E.4, E.6, E.8, E.9, E.11, E.13-E.17 A.214, A.215 H.14, H.15 G.12, G.23-G.25, G.68, G.69, G.72-H.75, G.79. See also G.45, G.52 HOWELLS, Gordon H. F.162 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 194 Index of individuals, organisations and firms HOWELLS, Gwyneth D. HUDSWELL BADGER LIMITED HUGHES, Gerry HULTIN, Sven O. HUSBAND,Sir (Henry) Charles HUTCHISON, Sir (William) Kenneth A.185 C,43 A. 203 HM. 122 C.78 See also C.79, C.183, H.15 C.44, C.48, C.90, C.96, H.15 HUXLEY, Sir Andrew Fielding C.167 ILCHESTER, Maurice Vivian de Touffreville Fox- Strangways, 9th Earl IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED INGLIS, Sir Charles Edward INGLIS, K. A. Dz. A.175 A.145-A.150, C.68 A.144 F.106 See also H.102 INSTITUTE OF FUEL INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS C.21 C.232 INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS B.77, C.249, F.19, F.88 INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS C.230, C.238 INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, AUSTRALIA F.155 INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY INSTITUTION OF NUCLEAR ENGINEERS INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERS INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION F.195 A.218, C.239, C.251-C.260, F.52, F.74, F.84, F.96, F.149 F.98 A.207, B.77, B.82-B.84, B.90, F.139 C.244 C.242, D.165 D.124 INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENTARY CONFERENCE ON THE ENVIRONMENT D.17 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 195 Index of individuals, organisations and firms ION, Dan. C. IPPONMATSU, Tamaki H.96, H.135, H.137 See also H.65, H.76, H.90, H.97 B.68, B.81, B.83-B.85, B.88, B.96, B.97 See also G.12, G.13 IRONS, A. IRONSIDE, Edmund Oslac, 2nd Baron ON. ISHERWOOD, P. ITT BUSINESS SYSTEMS E.8 D.97 See also B.93 Ico F.105 JACKSON OF BURNLEY, Willis, Baron F.148, F.149, J.26 JANSSENS, Edmund F. See H.149 JAPAN ATOMIC POWER COMPANY B.68, B.81, B.84, B.88, B.96, B.97 JAY, Douglas Patrick Thomas JELLICOE, George Patrick John Rushworth, 2nd Earl JOHNSON, Bertha M. JOHNSON, H.R. JOHNSTON, Hugh Philip JONES, Aubrey JONES, Francis Edgar JONES, Sir Henry (Frank Harding) JONES, Michael J. JONES, Sydney JONES, (Thomas) Philip JOPLING, (Thomas) Michael JOSEPH, Sir Keith (Sinjon) JOST, H. JOURNAL OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND Peter TECHNOLOGY A.203 D.2 A.157 See C.100 See H.90 A.127 C.167, J.27 See also C.138 C.86, H.65 See also H.42, H.54, H.68 F.90 F.84 A.185 See F.211 C.225, C.227 See also C.218, C.223, C.224, C.242, C.245 C.25, J.28 F.227 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 196 Index of individuals, organisations and firms KAPP, John G. KAZI, Raschid KEARTON, Christopher Frank, Baron KEAY, Ronald William John KEITH OF CASTLEACRE, Kenneth Alexander, Baron KEITH, Brendon P. KEITH, D. B. KELLY, Anthony KENNEDY, Geoffrey F. KENNET, Wayland Hilton Young, 2nd Baron KENT, Sir Percy Edward (Sir Peter Kent) KERENSKY, Oleg Alexander KHAN, |. A. KIELY, John R. C.27, C.225 See G.53 A.193, E.8, H.19 See also J.29 C.20 See also H.20 C.94, C.188, C.193, D.48 See also C.118 D.94, D.105-D.107 A.190 C.223 D.1, H.86, H.90, H.102 D.95 C.44 C.124, H.26 See also C.184 G.55 See also G.53 H.121-H.123, H.125, H.127, H.128, H.130, H.131, H.138, H.147, H.148, H.156 See also H.88, H.90, H.140 KILMUIR, David Patrick Maxwell Fyfe, Ist Earl E.8 KIMBALL, ThomasL. KIMBER, Derek Barton KING, Sir (Clifford) Robertson KING, Donald KINGS NORTON, Harold Roxbee Cox, Baron H.88 See also H.90 C.122 See also C.124 A.178 G.74 C.81, C.82, C.90, C.98, D.7, D.106, D.168, E.9 See also C.89, C.116 KINNOULL, Arthur William George Patrick Hay, 15th Ear! KIRWAN-TAYLOR, John KISSINGER, Henry Alfred D.128 A.177 See H.89 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 197 Index of individuals, organisations and firms KNIGHT, Sir Arthur (William) KNOX, A. David KOLLER, Victor P. KOST, H. KOTZE, David J. KROMER, Carl Theodor KRONBERGER, Hans KURTI, Nicholas C.191, C.194 G.36, G.37, G.39-G.44, G.66-G.71 See also G.46 F.134, J.30 See H.50 H.135 H.59 B.61, B.62, H.25 See also B.72 B.71, D.155, H.29, H.31, H.32 LAING, Sir (William) Kirby LANE, Francis John LANGFORD-HOLT, Sir John (Anthony) LAUDERDALE, Patrick Francis Maitland, 17th Earl See C.138 F.88 D.128 A.203, D.94-D.97, D.100 See also D.12 LAUGHTON, M._ A. LAWSON, Nigel LEAKEY, Arundell Rea LEASON, Dennis B. LEBEDEV, B. LEE OF NEWTON, Frederick, Baron LEEMING, John Coates LEES, Norman D. LEIGH, Sir Neville (Egerton) LEIGHTON, Leonard Horace LEONARD, Michael William Jiecd | D.106 C.194, €.201, C.203 H.101, H.102 See also H.90, H.96 See H.44 A.182 C.213, C.225, C.226 See also C.218, C.227 A.150 H.3 H.65, H.108 See also H.90, H.102 Section C passim. D.4, D.163, F.65, F.90, F.95, F.158, H.32 See also D.165, F.77, F.198 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 198 Index of individuals, organisations and firms LESLIE, David Clement LEVY, S. iL LEWINS, Jeffery LEWIS, Wilfrid Bennett LICKLEY, Robert Lang LIDDLE, Peter H. LIGHTHILL, Sir (Michael) James LINDLEY, Sir Arnold (Lewis George) LINDOP, Sir Norman LINGARD, (Peter) Anthony B.96 A.157 B.82, B.83 B.69, B.70, B.85 C.130, C.207, H.8, H.34 See also C.13]1 J.32 C.40, C.42, C.49, C.148, H.26 See also C.43 C.29, C.179, C.254 See also C.46, C.101 F.102 See G.68, H.65 LISTOWEL, William Francis Hare, 5th Earl D.2 LITHGOW, John C. LITTLER, Derrik J. LLOYD OF KILGERRAN, Rhys Gerran, Baron LLOYD, Sir lan Stewart LOGAN, Robert Y. LOMER, Dennis Roy LONDON & SCOTTISH MARINE OIL COMPANY LIMITED LOPEZ -TOLEDO, Alejandro A. LORD, John L. LOVEJOY, Derek LOVELL, Stuart Maynard LOW, Roger V. LOWRY, David G.33, G.64-G.66 See also G.24, G.25 A.183, D.13, D.14, H.159 C.117 See also C.113 C.91, €.95, C.98 See also C.94, C.97 A. 203 A.185 D.17 C.266 A.194 D.18 C.128, C.129 H.4 A.126, B.96 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 199 Index of individuals, organisations and firms Mc ALPINE OF MOFFAT, Robert Edwin, Baron McCORMACK, Jack J. McCORMICK, James P. McDONALD, Sir Duncan McEWEN, Ewen MACFARLANE, Sir George (Gray) McGOWAN, Harry Duncan, Ist Baron McKAY, Alexander Matthew MACKENZIE, Caroline MACKENZIE, C. J. Mc LAREN, Norman H. Mc LEAN, Andrew S. Mec LENNAN, Sir lan (Munro) McNAMARA, Robert Strange M'PHERSON, P. K. MADDOCK, Sir Ieuan MAIR, William Austyn MAIS, Alan Raymond, Baron B.75, B.123, E.9 See also J.33 J.34 H.157 J.35 F062 See also C.9, H.102 C.49, C.124 See also C.44, C.147, C.187 A.149 C.259, C.260 J.36 J.37 F.211 F202 C.90, C.93, C.96, €.122 See also C.94, C.123, C.144 G.75 H.11 C.88-C.90, H.19 H.2 C.96, C.98, C.103, C.104, C.106, C.107, C.109, €.110, C.141, C.164, C.182, C.186, C.221 See also C.94, C.97, €.99, C.102, €.132 MALKIN, Alec MANN, Michael MANNING, Eric MANNING, W. R. Dermot MAPPIN, David MARKOVA, Dame Alicia MARLEY, W. G. MARSH, Nevill Francis J.38 Joa? A. 203 C.181 D.9 bud See F.202 G.1 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 200 Index of individuals, organisations and firms MARSHALL, Walter Charles, Baron MARSHAM, Thomas Nelson MARTIN, Sir David Christie MARTIN, Sir James MASON, Sir Frank (Trowbridge) MATHESON, Sir (James Adam) Louis MATTHEWS, Denis Dearman MATTHEWS, Paul Taunton MATTOCKS, John MAUNDER, Leonard MAXWELL, (lan) Robert MAXWELL, William Wayland MEITNER-GRAF, Lotte MELLING, Cecil Thomas MELVILLE, Sir Harry (Work) MENSFORTH, Sir Eric MENTER, Sir James (Woodham) MENUHIN, Sir Yehudi MEREDITH, K. E.G. MERRIMAN, James Henry Herbert MERRISON, Sir Alexander Walter (Sir Alec Merrison) MICHAEL JOSEPH LIMITED MICHAELS, Michael Israel D.172, E.14, H.19, H.27, H.28, J.12 F.91, F.211 C.45, H.18, H.19, H.21, H.31, H.32 See also H.23, H.24, H.26, H.27 C.189 C.251 C.155, C.156 C.207 E.5, E.6, E.16, E.18, E.19 E.15 J.40 F.196-F.198 See also C.156, C.207 C.142 A.196 A.210, F.198 F.106 C.42, C.43, C.89, C.94, C.95, C.98, C.99, C.101- C.105, C.107-C.110, €.112- C.114, C.116, C.132, C.137, C.138, C.183, C.187, C.188, C.206, C.207, C.253, D.101 See also C.190 C.115 See also C.116, C.152 E.3 E.15 F.88 See C.151 F.228 B.63 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 201 Index of individuals, organisations and firms MILLER, Donald John MILLS, (Laurence) John MILLS, Percy Herbert, Ist Viscount MINES, Myra E. MINISTRY OF POWER MINISTRY OF SUPPLY MINISTRY OF TECHNOLOGY MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT MINSHALL, E. MITCHELL, Clive A. J. MONTGOMERY, J. E. MOORADIAN, A. J. MOORE, George Herbert MOORE, R._ V. MORGAN, C. MORGAN, Rowland MORRELL, David D. MORRIS, H. MORRIS, Idris J. MORRIS, James Richard Samuel MORRISON, John Lamb Murray MORTIMER, Gerald James D.157 C.190 A.178, A.190 A.224 H.51 A.151-A.155 J.4l G.2-G.8 E.3, E.6, E.17-E.19 D.52, D.54, D.94-D.96, D.98-D.100, D.135, D.151 See also D.19, D.59, D.60, D.123 A.190 See H.125 E.1-E.3, £.8, E.11-E.13, E.15 B.110 See also B.109 C.204 See C.227 A.190, J.42 F.65 A.157 C.184, C.187, C.188, C.190 See also C.138, C.183, C.191 C.195, C.257 C.26-C.29, C.122 See also C.174, C.181 MOUNTBATTEN OF BURMA, Louis (Francis Albert Victor Nicholas), Ist Earl C.84, €.105, C.107, C.132 See also C.103, C.141, C.143 MOYAL, Ann B.78-B.80 MUIR WOOD, Sir Alan (Marshall) C.118, C.136, C.137, C.213, F.156 See also C.110 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 202 Index of individuals, organisations and firms MULLENS, Sir Harold (Hill) MUMMERY, Peter W. MUNRO, Jack MURRAY-LASSO, M.A. MUSSON, A. E. NAGRANI, B. T. NASSIKAS, John N. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING (MEXICO) NATIONAL COAL BOARD NATIONAL ELECTRICITY BOARD OF MALAYSIA NATIONAL FEDERATION OF CLAY INDUSTRIES LIMITED NATIONAL WATER COUNCIL NATURE NELSON OF STAFFORD, George Horatio, Ist Baron NELSON OF STAFFORD, Henry George, 2nd Baron NEPOROZHNY,P. NEW CIVIL ENGINEER NEWMAN, P._ E. NEW SCIENTIST NICHOLS, John Winfrith de Lisle NICHOLS, Roy Woodward NICHOLSON, (Edward) Max NICHOLSON, R. L. R. NICOLSON, Sir David (Lancaster) E.9 A.173 A.157 C.265 See also C.94 C,,156, ©. 1.57 H.160 H.63, H.64 C.80, C.261-C.264 C.265, C.266 D.160, J.43 J.44 D.15 D.10, D.127 F.204, F.228 A.179 C.90, C.198, F.74, H.70, H.75, H.78, H.82, H.90, H.159 See also C.88, C.193 H.48-H.51 See F.212 See J.45 F.134, F.205 See C.107 C.178, €.213 See also C.179 D.161, G.78 See H.90 C.189 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 203 Index of individuals, organisations and firms NORTON, Harry NOTT, Robert NUCLEAR ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL NUFFIELD FOUNDATION J.46 See C.95 F.135 D.10 NUGENT OF GUILDFORD, George Richard Hodges, Baron B.127, D.10, D.127 OAKLEY, Brian Wynne OATLEY, Sir Charles (William) O'BRIEN OF LOTHBURY, Leslie Kenneth, Baron O'BYRNE, Brendan ODELL, PeterR. OLBY, Robert C. ONTARIO HYDRO OPEN UNIVERSITY OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE DISABLED ORR-EWING, (Charles) lan, Baron ORSON, Rasin Ward OSTERREICHISCHER GEWERBEVEREIN OTT, Gerhard OWEN, Sir (William) Leonard OXFORD UNIVERSITY | PRESS C.118, C.151 H.26, H.27 E.9 A. 204 J.47 B.84 B.74, B.76 F.112 H.10-H.12 F.17 H.102 H.13-H.16 H.105-H. 107 A.186, J.48 See also B.68 F.148, F.150-F.156, F.161, F.162, F.165, F.166 See also F.228 PADMORE, Sir Thomas PAGE, Sir Frederick (William) PALMER, Arthur Montague Frank PARDOE, John George Magrath PARKER, Sir Peter G.2 C.139, C.193 C.31 D.Al A.142 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 204 Index of individuals, organisations and firms PARKER, Sir Roger (Jocelyn) PARKES, Sir Edward (Walter) B.83 H.1 PARLIAMENTARY LIAISON GROUP FOR ALTERNATIVE ENERGY STRATEGIES PASCHKE, Fritz PASHLEY, Donald William PATON, Sir (Thomas) Angus (Lyall) PATTERSON, Walter C. PEARCE, Sir Austin William PEART, (Thomas) Frederick, Baron PEASE, Rendel Sebastian PEIRSON, David Edward Herbert PEIRSON, Norah Ellen PELIZA, Robert John PELLEREAU, Peter John Mitchell PEMBERTON, H. N. D.20 H.14-H.16 H.28 C.48, C.86, C.93, C.141, C.189, G.56, H.26, H.38 See also C.181, C.188 F.204 See also B.78 C.186-C.188 See C.183 D.6 See also D.49 A.164-A.167, G.25 See also G.38 A.204 D.17 C.206 See C.9 PENNELL, Montague Mattinson C.189, €.190 PENNEY, William George, Baron PERGAMON PRESS LIMITED PERKINS, Courtland D. PERROTT, Sir Donald (Cyril Vincent) PICCAGLI, Mario A.186, B.63, B.66, B.91, E.11-E.13, F.161, H.19, H.21, H.22, H.25-H.28 See also B.65, F.211, G.12, H.15 F.196-F.198, F.228 C.80, C.101, C.261-C.264 See also C.87 A.155, A.162-A. 168 G.12, G.13, G.17-G.20, G.23-G.25, G.30, G.32, G.34-G.36, G.38, G.45, G.67-G.69, G.71-G.73, J.49 See also F.15, G.11, G.64, G.65, G.78 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 205 Index of individuals, organisations and firms PILKINGTON, Sir Lionel Alexander Bethune (Sir Alastair) PIPPARD, Sir (Alfred) Brian PITMAN, Sir (Isaac) James PLATT, Kenneth Harry PLEASANCE, Simon PLOWDEN, Edwin Noel, Baron H.13, H.15 H.29 C.96, C.97, E.1, E.5, E.6, E.13, £.14, E.19 A.218, C.251, C.253-C.259, F.74 B.95 A.164, A.172, A.173, A.176, A.204, B.140, D.19 PLUMPTON, Alan A.185 PORTAL, Charles Frederick Algernon, Viscount See B.82 PORTER, Sir George POWER NEWS POWNALL, Michael G. PRESTON, Richard PRINGLE, Sir Charles (Norman Seton) PROCTOR, Sir (Philip) Dennis PROUDLOCK, Michael PRYCE, Freda Mary (Mrs. M.H.L. Pryce) PRYKE, Richard W. S. PUCKEY, Sir Walter (Charles) PUGSLEY, Sir Alfred Grenvile PYE, Sir David (Randall) RAMANATH, A. RAMPTON, Sir Jack (Leslie) RAPER, Sir (Robert) George F.196 See also H.17 F.123 D.94, D.101-D.104 A.191 C.20, C.51, C.88, C.91, C.103-C.109, C.115, C.116, C.182, C.183 See also C.96, C.99, C.100, C.206 See A.180, A.191 D.6 B.65 J.50 C.79 See C.117 See H.36 J.44 C.124 See also C.117, C.118, C.125, H.158 C.83, C.91 See also C.84 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 206 Index of individuals, organisations and firms RATCLIFFE, John Ashworth RAWCLIFFE, Gordon Hindle REDMOND, Sir James REDSHAW, Seymour Cunningham REEVE, Suzanne E. REID, A. REID, Donald Andrew Gladstone REID, Sir William REILLY, Sir Paul RICARDO, Sir Harry (Ralph) RICHARDS, B.D. RICHARDS, Denis George RICHARDSON, Frederick Denys RICHARDSON, J. B. RICHARDSON, Ronald Frederick RICHARDSON, W. Norman B. RIDDLES, Robin A. A. RIDGEWELL, C. RIDLEY, M. RIPPON, Joan RITCHIE-CALDER, Peter Ritchie, Baron ROBERTS, Sir Gilbert ROBERTS, G._ ROBINSON, Norman H. S. ROLLS-ROYCE LIMITED ROOKE, Sir Denis (Eric) ROSS, R. OD. H.23 See also A.197 E.56 See C.121 E.1 B.98, B.99, B.103 A.158 C.207, C.208 C.147 See also C.141 J.5] See H.39 A.158 B.76, B.82 C.43 See J.52 H.122 F.209 A.192 A. 204 C.162 D.161 D.166 See H.37 C.68 H.30, H.32 D.48 C.97, C.98, C.131, C.134, C.140, H.8, H.65 See also C.94, C.96, C.101, C.110, C.137, C.187, H.90 A.158 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 207 Index of individuals, organisations and firms ROTHERHAM, Leonard ROTHSCHILD, Nathaniel Mayer Victor, Baron ROWE, Norbert Edward ROWNTREE, Sir Norman Andrew Forster ROYAL INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY ROYAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ROYAL INSTITUTION ROYAL SOCIETY ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS RUTTLEY, Eric B.72, B.75, B.109-B.112, C.. 133, 6.145, ©;147, €.202, C.203, D.1, D.3, E.3-E.5, E.13-E.18, H.1, H.24 See also B.68, H.27, H.29, J.12 B.98, B.103, D.157, E.19, J53 See also D.2, D.95, H.86 C.78, C.110, C.111 C.262, F.88 F.95 F 207 H.17 C.234, H.18-H.41, H.100 F.109 D.104, H.42-H.45, H.47- H.60, H.62-H.64, H.66-H.79, H.81-H.86, H.88-H.90, H.92- H.97, H.99-H.107, H.109, H.111-H.115, H.117-H.123, H.125-H.133, H.137-H.142, H.145, H.147-H.149, H.152, H.155-H.160 RYDER OF EATON HASTINGS, Sydney Thomas Franklin (Don), Baron RYLE, Sir Martin RYMAN, Brenda Edith SAGANE, Ryokichi SALISBURY, Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, 5th Marquess af SARGENT, Roger William Herbert SATAKE, Naoko SAUNDERS, Sir Owen (Alfred) C.93 C.144 C.113, C.116 See also C.121 G.10-G.12 A.164, A.176 See C.85 See J.54 A.179, H.18 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 208 Index of individuals, organisations and firms SCHON, Sir Frank SCHUSTER, GUnther SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL J.00 D.59 C.113, C.114 See also C.116 SCOTT, Sir Bernard (Francis William) See C.187, C.190 SCOTT, E. C. G.65 SCOURFIELD, J. oH. David D.105, D.124-D.127 SEABORG, Glenn T. SEGAL, N. Se SELBY, Sir Kenneth SELDEN, Anthony SEQUENZ, Heinrich See G.13 B.64 E.6, E.18 J.56 H.13, H.14 SHACKLETON, Edward Arthur Alexander, Baron C.187, C.191, C.192, D.17 SHANNON, Richard Bentinck Boyle, 9th Earl C.20, D.9, D.17 SHARPE, Avril ~ SHARPE, PRITCHARD & COMPANY C.40-C.43 C.85, €.95, C.102, C.103, D.132 SHAW, Milton SHAW, T. L. SHEEHAN, Richard H. SHELL U.K. LIMITED SHEPHEARD, Michael SHERFIELD, Roger Mellor Makins, Baron SHERWELL, T. G. SHERWOOD & COMPANY SHETLAND ISLANDS COUNCIL SHIRLAW, David A. SHORE, David Teignmouth SHORTER, Roger SIEMENS, Peter von SIMON, John Gilbert, 2nd Viscount B.68, B.69 D.9 G.70-G.74 D.19 H.56, H.59 B.86, D.101-D.103, D.157, E.9 See also B.87, D.69 A.158 D.135 D.10 B.94, J.57 C.155, C.156 C.51 H.107 D.6 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 209 Index of individuals, organisations and firms SIMS, Raymond Bernard SMITH, Alan SMITH, Sir Alexander Mair (Sir Alex) SMITH, Sir (Frank) Ewart SMITH, Harold A. SMITH, Harold Octavius SMITH, Samuel Spencely SOUTH OF SCOTLAND ELECTRICITY BOARD SPEED, (Herbert) Keith SPENCE, Robert SPENCER, Sir Kelvin (Tallent) SPORN, Philip SQURE, Philip STEELE, Fiona N. STEVENSON, Harold W. STEWART, James Cecil Campbell STOKES, Donald Gresham, Baron STOTT, Peter Frank STRACHAN, Graham Robert STRANG, William John STRASZACKER, Reinhart L. STRATHALMOND,William Fraser, 2nd Baron STRIKE, Ross STRONG, Sir Roy (Colin) SUAREZ, Alejandro, Count SUGDEN, Sir (Theodore) Morris C.130, J.10 See also C.132 C.79, C.261 See C.89 C.178, H.25 See also A.150 B.74, B.76 See also G.17 A.150 J.58 D.157 D.128 H.86 B.83, B.84 B.61, B.62, G.76, G.77, H.22 See J.59 C.13, C.47-C.51, C.159, C.170, C.175 See also C.35, C.156 A. 158 G.13 F.74 See also C.78 D.127 C.213 C.107 H.95 See also H.13] F.65 G.62, G.63 A.196 H.89 C.40, J.60 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 210 Index of individuals, organisations and firms SUTHERLAND, Sir Gordon (Brims Black Mc Ivor) SURREY, A. J. SWANN, Michael Meredith, Baron SYKES, Sir Charles SYNCRUDE CANADALIMITED H.21 J.61 B.86, B.88 H.23 See H.149 TAIWAN POWER COMPANY B.65, B.86, B.88, G.24-G.26 TANAKA,Seiichi TANLAW, Simon Brooke Mackay, Baron TATLOCK, John TAVERNIER, Guy TETT, Sir Hugh (Charles) TCHETCHIK, A. THAMES WATER THATCHER, Margaret (Hilda) THATCHER, Mary L. THOMPSON, C. N. THORLEY, Charles Graham THRING, Meredith Wooldridge THWAITES, Bryan TILEY, .P. -F. THE TIMES TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT TINNION, F. S. TIZARD, R. H. TODD, Alexander Robertus, Baron J.20 D.12-D.14 See C.134, C.135 H.9 E.8 H.47-H.50 See also H.44 D.127 C.145, C.146 See also B.89 A.190 F.95 D.49, D.96 C.84-C.87, C.153 E.3 E.2, E.3 See C.169, F.208-F.210, F.212 J.62 See also F.206 E.] C.106 C.20, C.86, C.153, C.162, C.166 See also C.88, C.141, C.148, C.160, C.163, C.164 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 211 Index of individuals, organisations and firms TODD, (Alfred) Norman TOMBS, Sir Francis (Leonard) TOTAL OIL MARINE LIMITED TOTTLE, Charles Ronald TOWNSEND, J. TREVITHICK, Richard TRIER, Peter Eugene TURNBULL, John E. TURNER, E. J. (Jack) G.68 B.85, B.86, C.96, C.139, C.155, C.167. C.170, C.174, C.176, C.189, F.96, H.104 See also C.94, C.140, C.152, C.154, C.158, C.159 D.5 E.13 B.97 A.14] C.192 See also C.117, C.188 D.104, D.105 E.8, G.10, G.24, G.25, G.62 G.63 TURNER, Sir George Wilfred A.191, C.66 TWEEDSMUIR OF BELHELVIE, Priscilla Jean Fortescue Buchan, Baroness D.95, D.96 UBBELOHDE, Alfred Rene John Paul J.63 UGANDA ELECTRICITY BOARD G.44 See also G.47, G.50, G.5] UNION INTERNATIONALE DES PRODUCTEURS ET DISTR IBUTEURS D'ENERGIE ELECTR IQUE (UNIPEDE) H.141 UNITED KINGDOM ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS (UKAPE) UNITED KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY UNITED STATES ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION UNIVERSITY OF BATH USHERWOOD, Kenneth Ascough E.9 C.83, J.64 A.170-A.175, D.152, D.157, D.172, F.136 __B.68, B.69 C.235, C.236, E.1-E.65 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 212 Index of individuals, organisations and firms VALLANCE WHITE, James Ashton VARLEY, Eric Graham VENABLES, Sir Peter (Percy Frederick Ronald) VERITY, Conrad Edward Howe (Charles) VERNON, Kenneth Robert VICKERS, Basil VINE, Philip H. VINEY, T. L. VINTER, (Frederick Robert) Peter WAGNER, Sir Anthony (Richard) WAKEFIELD, Ernest H. WALKER, Peter Edward WARD, J. M. WARREN, Peter Tolman WATKINS, George Middleton WATSON, John Garth WECK, Richard WEDGWOOD, John Alleyne WEINER, Mervyn L. WEINSTOCK, Arnold, Baron WELLS, Alan Arthur WELSH, lan WESTBURY, David Alan Bethell, 5th Baron WESTMINSTER SCHOOL WESTON, Dame Margaret (Kate) D.6, D.94 C.206 See also C.107 E.4 C.2 See H.65 F.136 E.19 E.4 J.65 D.4 C.83, J.64 See D.128 F.63, F.95 H.20 E.4, E.17 A.198, B.77, C.30, F.88, F.109, H.38 C.178 G.1, G.66 G.53-G.55, G.60, G.72, G.73, G.78 E.6 C.178, C.179 B.93, B.94 D.159 C.121 C.160, C.161 See also C.157 WHEELER-BOOTH, Michael Addison John D.94 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 213 Index of individuals, organisations and firms WHITE, Cecil B. WHITE, Charles H. WHITE, Eirene Lloyd, Barmess WHITMORE, Charles WHITTLE, Sir Frank WHITTLE, lan WHYTE, John Stuart WICKENDEN, K. D. WIENECKE, R. WIGLEY, P. WILCOX-BAKER, J. R. WILD, Ray WILLEY, Frederick Thomas WILLIAMS, Sir Edgar (Trevor) WILLIAMS, Sir Frederic (Calland) WILLIAMS, Roger WILLIAMS, Trevor Illtyd WILSON, Carroll L. WILSON, Sir Geoffrey Masterman WILTSHIRE, J. WOLF, Peter Otto G. WOLFENDEN, John Frederick, Baron WOLFSON FOUNDATION WOLVERTON, Nigel Reginald Victor Glyn, 5th Baron WOOD, Denys Broomfield WOOD, Richard WOODS, George D. D.7 G.36, G.39, G.40, G.44, G.66, G.69, G.72 A.205, D.163 J.66 C.125, C.191, C.192 E.15 C.155 D.8 D.155 H.20 A.175 See C.19 See D.128 C.99 See also F.215 H.23 F.207 F.161-F.166 C.3, C.84, H.138-H.140, J.67 See also C.83, C.99, H.126 G.53 G.46, G.47 See C.107 Et C.194, C.200-C. 203 B.93 C.25-C.27, C.29 A.179 See also A.180 G.13, G.76, G.77 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL C.250 Hinton of Bankside CSAC 116/7/86 214 Index of individuals, organisations and firms WORLD BANK (INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT) F.122, G.9-G.83, H.118 WORLD ENERGY CONFERENCE D.104, H.42-H.161 WRAY, Gordon Richard WREN, Jack WRIGHT, Myles See C.222 A.159 A.127 WRIGHT, Sir Rowland (Sydney) A.205, C.94 WYATT, Denys S. WYATT, Gavin Edward H.4 A.205, G.14, G.30, G.32- G.34, G.36, G.37, G.40, G.44-G.48, G.53-G.55, G.60, G.61, G.70-G.74, G.79-G.83, J.68 WYMER, P. oO, WYNNE, Nora WY NNE-EDWARDS, Sir Robert (Meredydd) WYNNE-JONES, William Francis Kenrick, Baron See C.4] A.158 See C.9 See D.9 YAMANI, Ahmad Zaki, Sheikh YEN, Chen -Lising YOUNG, Janet Mary, Baroness WAWESKI, C. P. L. ZARACH, Stephanie ZUCKERMAN, Solly, Baron C.112, C.116 See also C.109, C.111, €.115, C.121, C.122, C.124, H.158 H.45 D.159 H..9 F207 Ac205, ©. 192, €.200-C..203, D.98 See also D.101 Catalogue of the papers and correspondenceof Christopher Hinton, Baron Hinton of Bankside (1901 - 1983) VOLUME Il Sections F - K Index by Jeannie Alton, Peter Harper and Margaret Erskine ‘CSAC catalogue no. 116/7/86