COULSON, Charles Alfred

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CH ATR? JaLSRLLA devos3 p . = ny At COxsPes peg Le lat Vv House, CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHDP Supported by the Royal Society, cry, y y i the British Library, brifisn Library, me é the Council of ~OUNCIE OF Engineering Institutions REPORT ON THE PAPERS OF CHARLES ALFRED COULSON, F.R.S. (1910 - 1974) Vol. Bibliography Index of correspondents Conspectus of publications Deposited in me Bodleian Library, Harriot Weiskittel Jeannine Alton Compiled by: Rif : aa ata se aD C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 CONSPECTUS, Pp. 268~- 270 XO contain a conspectus of CAC's publications as listed in the Royal Society Memoir and the principal items in the collection to which they refer. tion or reception of work and ensuing correspondence) are given, minor allusions in letters, requests for reprints, etc. being omitted. Only the more extended references (to research, publica- There are 444 listed publications in the Memoir; B.42.6 and 7 refer to posthumous sly published articles which take the number to 447. Pp. 291 - 309 contain a photocepy of the Bibliography of CAC's publications as listed in the Biographical Memoir by S.L. Altmann and E. J. Bowen F.R.S. to which reference has been made throughout in the form e AS reproduced here by permission in order to enable users of Reo the Conspectus to identify the full titles of published works elsewhere referred to only by their numbers. Although it * is hoped that the conspectus will be useful in charting Religious, Humanitarian In this con- and Pacifist Writings and its Introduction on p.175. Several series of major invitation lectures given by CAC on scientific and religious matters remained unpublished because of continuing pressure of work; among these are the Firth Lecture at Nottingham (D.4.3, D.4.4), the Sir D. Owen Evans asbirés at Aberystwyth the fortunes of the listed works, it must be stressed that these represent only a part even of CAC's written work, and virtually ignore his vast and influential output through the spoken word in radio and television programmes, sermons, panels, conferences, discussion groups, colloquia and meetings. text, attention is drawn particularly to Section D. bibliography. correspondence on scientific and religious s subjects not recorded in the officia The box of book reviews (D.9) assembles 200 items of writings and George B. Pegram Lectures at Brookhaven (Box Bio). (A.20.2, D.4.5- D.4.9) the C.A. Coulson CSAC &C /'4/78 Number in Royal Society Memoi r Reference to folders or boxes in this handlist Keds. 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PVIIKIOCK, VIN Paul raul KIRKPATRICK, Dow KILBURN, Thomas KICINSKI, F. < Saeed Creee? CC areh \ Rp te ae ASE Ps Sa P. C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 KITCHENER, J. A. Sn N. KLEINMAN, Leonard KLEPEMANN, Wilhelm Georg KLEVEI KLOPMAN, G. ae KLUG, Aaron KNIGHTON, Donalc KNOTT, Ce KNOX, Ellen WwW. eae Takeshi KOHL, KGESERT, St hs KOLOS, Wthadzimierz CZ 7 Co ttad C3 G.i9-2) Cr 30.) B.39.20 Cia. rs im Ciao, A.5.5 Ciaoet B.40.14 Cazes 0 B. 16.4, Ce/ sop Gee KONOWALOW, Daniel D. KOOSE, Werner O. iB. B.40.5S C.50,1 B21, B40, 0 7oune Ci. 2 A.8.3, B.20.4, KRAUSS, Morris KOOYMAN, Edward C. KOPPEL, Horst Hans Georg KOTANI, Masao KRUGLYAK, Y. KRYNAUW, G. A. N. Ss Seto, ween Seas 4 Cae C.a0se 1 20:2 C; 4073 Ci Uss KOUTECKY, Jaroslav KREBS, Sir Hans (Adolf) S. KRISHNAN, R. KRIVOHLAVY, Jaro see under Tarrant, G.T.P.) KUKASAWA, Kenji KUMLER, W. D. KUHN, Hans KUHN, Thomas S. CeR.3 A.13.16 A.5.6 CL 308 KURTI, Nicholas Sow OF LABARRE, Jean-Frangois LACK, David Lambert LADIK, J. LAFORGUE, Alexandre L. 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C LEWIS, LEWIS, LEWIS, LEWIS, Lie We LIANG, W._ Y. LIDE, David R. LIDIARD, Alan Brian LINDBERG, Bernt LINDERBERG, Jan LINDHOLM, Einar A Ee G.11 CeO & Q n sev 30) ws C2025 owe D.5.4 ohol,s ee Ao Lom (see also B.13.4) C.30.6 C.30.6 Cin .O Aiz.?, De 26.10., CS LIPPERT, Ernst LISS, Alan R. LINDSAY, Donald GC. a0.6 LirolGr, fe gavid by ldat C.30.6 C.390.6 C.30.6 A. 5.1; A.10.2 LITTLEWOOD. Gal B.39.19 Gata ee i L¥INGSS, &° °C. LUTT KE, Wolfgang GS. 007 CiSd.7 LYNCH-BLOSSE, David LYNDEN-BELL, Donald (and Ruth) L. Tacs McCONNELL, Taylo: McCUBBIN, W. McCLURE, Donald S, MA, James MA 5. A; MACCOLL, Allan ACANINIRES f see under Del Re, Gs, Coast , C.31.1, F.4.6 (see also D. 3.8) McDOWEL tL Charles A. McGEE, George I. MAC GILLAVRAY, Caroline MACGILLIVRAY, Archibald Dean McGOWAN, John C. MACIAS, Antonio McINTOSH, Harold V. MACKAY, Donald MacCrimmon McKERRELL, Archie MACKEY, George W. McKINLAY, Robert A. MACKRODT, William Carlysle McLACHLAN, Andrew D. MACLAGA N, Robert G. A. Ks McLAREN, Bruce R. McLEAN, K. McLEOD, John Bryce McVITTIE, Cs = G, McWEENY, Roy McWILLIAMS, D. C4, C.3ti2 B41 ih, 6.12.9 © .31.2 B.4.8 n28 C312 Eidt.2 C.12.10 Cai 9 F.A.1 C3 A.2.2 McNAMEE, J. M. McNEILL, Donald . MACMILLAN, Noel G. McOMIE, John F. W. McMURRY, Henry Lewis DB. Ol oS; Budeste; dao (SCC Fie. 9, under Murty, io. G.14.6, G.14.7 (see also B.36.9) WeVDle dd MADDOX, John Royden MAGAT, Michel IKAGEE, John C. Goelid E77, E.13,5, 6.13.3 ANZ 18;.Citey MAGOR, Glanville T. Cites C.31li3 Cagis ee © MAHANTY, J. MAJID, Shamshad aA h\/\ ‘ C.A. Coulson CSAC 60/4/78 SIO LIELIN “CA SA MALLION, Roger Blakeney MALLONE, Ronald S. MANARESI, Rafaellc MANDELBROTE, Benoit B. MANEY, A. S. MANGINI, Angelo MANN, C. Donald MANN, David E. MANN, W. R. MANNEBACK, C. MANNING, P,P. MANWELL, A. Raymond MARCH, Norman Henry A.2.9, B.41.11, B.41. 14, B.42.6, B.42.10 - B.42.12, 3519 22:43:20.2; e205 8 A.14 1.2, B922,° 0,682.2, 3) 17, G.13.5: GilSoZ Gee clio 2 MARC ae Henry sd Fe MARKEY, P. 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