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THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Report on correspondence and papers of KURT ALFRED GEORG MENDELSSOHN (1906-1980) Physicist deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford Reproduced for the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre No 83/12 THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Quality House, Quality Court, Chancery Lane, All rights reserved (CSAC 93/4/83) by 1982 London WC2 1HP CSAC 93/4/83 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 KURT ALFRED GEORG MENDELSSOHN, FRS (1906 - 1980) Compiled by: Jeannine Alton and Julia Latham-Jackson All rights reserved Deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford 1983 K.A.G. 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Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 LIST OF CONTENTS GENERAL INTRODUCTION SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, A.1 - A.13 SECTION B SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, B.1 - B.137 B.1 -B.18 Low temperature research 1928-39 B.19 -B.43 Second World War B.44 -B.114 Post-war research and teaching in Oxford B.115-B.137 Scientific and educational advisory work for other universities and institutions SECTION D D.1 -D.63 Books Ct =O: C.34 - C.53 SECTION € LECTURES AND BROADCASTS, C.1 - C.53 PUBLICATIONS, EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES, D.1 - D.134 Lectures and broadcasts on low temperatures Lectures and broadcasts on other subjects publishers and editors D.108 - D.134 Shorter correspondence with D.64 -D.107 Editorial activities K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 SECTION E CONFERENCES AND VISITS, E.1 - E.152 Et E286 International Cryogenic Engineering Conferences, 1968-78 E.87 -£E.101 Institut de la Vie Conferences, 1966-77 E.102-E.152 Other visits and conferences, 1960-76 SECTION F CHINA, F.1 - F.42 Pit, hee Visit to China, October 1971 Fieue fia Talks, lectures, broadcasts, publications F.34 - F.42 Correspondence SECTION G PYRAMIDS, G.1 - G.77 G.1 -G.62 SECTION H SECTION J G.63- G.77 Correspondence With an introductory note PHOTOGRAPHS, J.1 - J.15 Drafts, lectures, publications GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, H.1 - H.54 INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS K .A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 GENERAL INTRODUCTION Kurt Alfred Georg Mendelssohn was born in Berlin in 1906. He attended the Goethe-Schule and Berlin University where he stayed on to do postgraduate research on low temperatures under his cousin, F.E. (later Sir Francis) Simon, receiving a D.Phil. in 1930. He remained at Berlin as a research assistant for a further year but in 1931 he followed Simon to Breslau where he had been appointed to the chair of Physical Chemistry at the Technische Hochschule. While still at Berlin Mendelssohn had met F.A. Lindemann (later Lord Cherwell) who suggested that he should come to Oxford to carry out low temperature research at the Clarendon Laboratory, the intention being that he would begin work there in October 1933. In the meantime it was arranged that Mendelssohn should pay a brief visit to the Clarendon to instal a helium liquifier which he did in January 1933, thus becoming the first person to liquify helium in Britain. When Hitler came to power he decided to make an early return to Oxford and started work at the Clarendon in May 1933. the advent of the Second World War the low temperature apparatus had to be dismantled In the autumn of the same year Simon also came to Oxford, as did N. Kurti and H. London, all of whom contributed with Mendelssohn to the establishment of the Clarendon as an important centre of low temperature research. However, with B.43). After the war he resumed his work on low temperatures in collaboration with their own after leaving the Clarendon, thus making their mark in low temperature a succession of gifted research students, many of whom built up graduate schools of and Mendelssohn turned to various collaborative projects in medical physics (see B.19 - He involved with other low temperature scientists at the international level. He was Chairman and founder member of the International Cryogenic Engineering Committee (E.1 - E.86), President of Commission A2 of the International Institute of Refrigera- tion (H.20, H.21) and founder and general editor of the journal Cryogenics. centres all over the world. In addition to his research work in the laboratory Mendelssohn was closely K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 published two books on low temperature physics and was very active as editor and contributor to other monographs and journals (see Section D). Through his contacts with foreign research students he also actively encouraged attempts to establish new centres for low temperature research, particularly in developing countries. Much of this is documented in Section B, including his efforts to establish formal links between Wolfson College, Oxford, and academic institutions in Ghana, India and Portugal . In 1960 Mendelssohn paid his first visit to China and this laid the foundations of an abiding interest in the country and its scientific and cultural development which is documented in Section F. Section G deals with Mendelssohn's other main ‘extra-mural' interest - the sociological and engineering background of the Egyptian and Mexican pyramids, on which he also published a book and several articles in both popular and learned journals. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are grateful to Mrs. Mendelssohn for making the papers available and to Professor D. Shoenberg FRS and Professor N. Kurti FRS for help and advice. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, A.1 - A.13 A.1 Obituaries and tributes Press-cutting of obituary of Mendelssohn published in The Times, 19 September 1980. Photocopy of 'Appreciation' by D.F. Brewer from Physics Bulletin, we, 17Gl. Copy of Lycidas (magazine of Wolfson College, Oxford) containing an obituary by F. Jessup. A photocopy of Mendelssohn's biographical entry in Who's Who is also included here. Newsletter and list of former pupils of the Goethe-Schule in Berlin sent to Mendelssohn in 1960, with a brief letter from Mendelssohn in reply. Friedrich Wilhelms - Universitdt Berlin, 1931-32, Letters from Mendelssohn to the Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, re his 'Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Ble siveticde? on 'Kalorimetrische Untersuchungen im Temperaturge biet des flUssigen Heliums' a printed copy of which, dated 15 February 1932, is enclosed. See also B.1-B.7. For correspondence re research grants from I.C.1. see B.14, B.15. Correspondence with I.C.1. and the Home Office, 1933-39, re Mendelssohn's residence permits and Certificate of Naturalisation (1939). see B.19-B.43. Correspondence with Oxford University Registry and with Wadham College, 1938-45 re grant arrangements during this period, and conferment of M.A. by decree, 1944. Correspondence re applications for posts at other universities, 1934-58, including references and recommendations by F.A. Lindemann (later Lord Cherwell) and F.E. Simon. For Mendelssohn's research work during the Second World War K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Biographical and personal Appointment as University Demonstrator, 1947. appointment and miscellaneous related correspondence, including list of university lectures given by Mendelssohn, 1947-51. Letter of Election to Fellowship of the Royal Society, 1951. of congratulations (mostly copies, sent to Mendelssohn in America). Letters Letter of appointment as Reader in Physics, May 1955. Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, 1966. Correspondence, 1966-76, including business of the External Relations Committee of which Mendelssohn was an active member, and arrangements for him to have a room in Wolfson after his retirement from the Clarendon Laboratory in 1973. Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, 1973. Letter announcing election, February 1973, and brief related correspondence. Certificates, correspondence, etc. re membership of various societies, 1937-53. Mendelssohn's own list of his publications, 1930-73. List of research students supervised by Mendelssohn at the Clarendon Laboratory, 1934-73, with the dates and titles of their theses. Miscellaneous press-cuttings, various dates. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 SECTION B SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, B.1 - B.137 LOW TEMPERATURE RESEARCH, 1928-39 B.19 -B.43 SECOND WORLD WAR B.44 -B.114 POST-WAR RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN OXFORD B.115-B.137 =SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY WORK FOR OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND INSTITUTIONS For photographs of colleagues and apparatus at the Clarendon Laboratory and elsewhere, see Section J. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research B.1-B.18 LOW TEMPERATURE RESEARCH, 1928-39 This sub-section contains notebooks relating to Mendelssohn's doctoral research in Berlin and extensive correspondence arranging his first visit to England in January 1933 to instal a helium liquifier in the Clarendon Laboratory. There is also correspondence with the Notgemeinschaft der Deutschen Wissenschaft and Imperial Chemical Industries Limited re research grants awarded to Mendelssohn during this period. For correspondence on research during this period see Section H at the relevant dates. B.1 Black hard-cover notebook labelled 'Apparat B. Vorversuche und Messung bei He Temp.' Contains references to literature, notes, and records of experiments, August-September 1928. Red and black hard-cover notebook labelled 'Apparat B. He Temp. Spez. Wdrme-Messungen. I" Black hard-cover notebook labelled 'Apparat B. Spez. Wurme-Messungen._II' He-Temp. Contains records of experiments, 13 September-21 November 1925. Contains records of experiments, 30 January-13 September 1929, with some loose notes and printed matter tucked into the back of the book. See also A.2. Contains graphs and tables of experimental results, drawings of apparatus, etc. in no apparent order. Few dates, mainly 1928-29 but some earlier. Blue foolscap folder labelled 'K<everfahren I. with later annotation 'K.M. Thesis’. Apparat B', K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Correspondence with the Notgemeinschaft der Deutschen Wissenschaft re research grant applications, 1930-33. Initial correspondence is re a grant to G. von Elbe for work on low temperatures for one year from 1 April 1930. In August 1930 von Elbe accepted the offer of a job in America and F. Simon wrote to ask for his grant to be transferred to Mendelssohn. application in October resulted in the award of a grant to Mendelssohn for one year from 1 November 1930 for work on "Kalorimetrischen Untersuchungen an kondensierten Gasen bei extrem tiefen Temperaturen im Zusammenhang mit ihren Aufbau aus Para- und OrthomolekUlen'. This request was not successful, but a second The grant was renewed for two further years but it was superseded in May 1933 by a 3-year grant from I.C.I. after Mendelssohn's move to the Clarendon Laboratory. 1930 1931] Includes report on the first year of Mendelssohn's research. 1932-33 Includes report on Mendelssohn's research from December 1931 and correspondence re his move to the Clarendon Laboratory. Correspondence with F.A. Lindemann (later Lord Cherwell), May 1931-March 1933. Mendelssohn's first letter (22 May 1931) refers to an invitation from Lindemann to come and work in the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, and subsequent corres- pondence is mainly re Mendelssohn's application to the Rockefeller Foundation for a grant. A drawing of the liquifier is also included in the folder. Correspondence with A. Hoenow, February-March 1932, arising from a letter to Hoenow from T.C. Keeley asking if it would be possible for him to make a small helium liquifier for the Clarendon Laboratory. Correspondence exchanged between Lindemann and the Rockefeller Foundation, September 1932-January 1933, re grant application by Mendelssohn for work at the Clarendon Laboratory. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Correspondence with T.C. Keeley, October-December 1932, te arrangements for Mendelssohn to visit the Clarendon Laboratory to instal the helium liquifier in January 1933. Correspondence with T.C. Keeley, January-April 1933, including arrangements for Mendelssohn to return to Oxford. Further copies of correspondence with Lindemann and Keeley, June 1932-April 1933. This sequence contains Mendelssohn's originals and must have originally been kept in the Clarendon Laboratory. information which are not in B.11, B.12 above. It also includes one or two letters or additional B.14, B.15 Correspondence with Imperial Chemical Industries Limited re research grants, 1933-39. B.14 1933-36 Includes press-cuttings and correspondence re explosion in the Clarendon Laboratory in which Mendelssohn injured his right hand and arm. 1936-39 7 pp. typescript describing experiments by Dr. Kurt Mendelssohn. Report on ‘Experiments carried out in the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, up to December 31st 1934. Helium Room No.1' by Babbitt, Keeley, Moore and A.R. Meetham. 7 pp. typescript describing experiments Dr. Kurt Mendelssohn. Mainly re arrangements for Mendelssohn to receive a personal grant from Sir Robert Mond in addition to a reduced grant from I.C.1., and termination of all 1.C.1. support for Mendelssohn in 1939. Report on 'Experiments carried out in the Clarendon Laboratory between May Ist 1933 and 30th April, 1934. Helium Room No.1'. J.D. Babbitt, J.R. Moore and T.C. Keeley. 6 March-15 July 1936. Blue soft-cover notebook containing records of experiments, K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research B.19-B.43 SECOND WORLD WAR The beginning of the Second World War coincided with the removal of the Clarendon Laboratory to a new building. of all low temperature research until workshop staff could be spared from urgent war work to reconstruct complex apparatus which had been dismantled for the move. One of the results of this was the suspension As an ex-enemy alien, Mendelssohn was not readily eligible to take part in the Admiralty work which engaged much of the laboratory during the war. He therefore began a collaboration with Professor R.R. Macintosh of the Department of Anaesthetics which resulted in the production of an ether vaporiser which later became known as the 'Oxford Vaporiser'. July 1941, patented, and eventually put into production through the cooperation of Lord Nuffield who undertook to manufacture 1,000 of them and present them to the Forces free of charge. This invention was reported in The Lancet, Shortly after the appearance of the Lancet paper, relations between Macintosh and Mendelssohn began to deteriorate, apparently due to a report in the Sunday Chronicle attributing the sole credit for the vaporiser to‘two German Jewish scientists’ - Mendelssohn and H. Epstein, who had worked together on the construction of the prototype. Collaboration between Macintosh and Mendelssohn ceased in January 1942, and the ensuing correspondence documents the controversy which followed. Towards the end of 1942 a further disagreement developed over an automatic blood pressure recorder developed by Mendelssohn and D.S. Evans as a result of work begun in the Department of Anaesthetics, and this occasioned further extensive corres- pondence, for which see B.35-B.42. July 1940, re arrangements for patenting the ether vaporiser. Correspondence with the Oxford University Registry, May 1940, te application for renewal of a grant from the Higher Studies Fund for Mendelssohn's work with R.R. Macintosh on the ether vaporiser and blood pressure indicator. Includes a brief letter from Sir Farquhar Buzzard, 1 March 1940. Correspondence with Andrew Walsh & Son (solicitors), June- B.19 K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Typescript drafts for article on the ether vaporiser, published in The Lancet, July 1941, with brief letter from Macintosh, 17 October 1940. Miscellaneous drawings and diagrams, mainly related to work on the Oxford Vaporiser, n.d. Also included here are press-cuttings about the use of the Oxford Vaporiser in the Falkland Islands in 1982. Correspondence with Macintosh and others, October 1940- April 1941, mainly re work on blood pressure indicator. ‘Report of work done in connection with the Nuffield Depart- ment of Anaesthetics for the year 1940/41' 3 pp. typescript, 10 July 1941. Request from the Editor of Monthly Science News for a brief article on the Oxford Vaporiser, 27 July 1941, with typescript of article submitted and brief further correspondence. Miscellaneous press-cuttings re the Oxford Vaporiser and correspondence with Macintosh and others, July-October 1941. In Mendelssohn's original folder. Correspondence with Macintosh and others, January 1942, re termination of collaborative work on development of an automatic blood pressure recorder, and re assignment of patent for the Oxford Vaporiser. Correspondence re Association of Scientific Workers Conference on 'Science and the War Effort', London, 10-11 January 1942. Mendelssohn delivered a short paper in the session on 'Application of Scientific Knowledge to Problems of Industrial Production and to Services Problems' in which he described the development of the Oxford Vaporiser, and the text of this (5 pp. typescript) is also included in the folder. Faculty. Text of part of a lecture on ‘Physics in War Time Medicine’, delivered at a meeting of the Oxford Branch of the Association of Scientific Workers, 29 January 1942, press-cutting, and copy of letter to Cherwell describing events at the meeting. Correspondence with Macintosh and others, February 1942. copies of letters from Cherwell applying for grants from the Higher Studies Fund and the Leigh Fund to enable Mendelssohn to continue research in collaboration with other members of the Medical Includes K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Correspondence with Andrew Walsh and Son (solicitors) and Lord Cherwell, March 1942, re arrangements for the assignment of the patent for the Oxford Vaporiser. ms. and typescript drafts of statement by Mendelssohn re events concerning the vaporiser, 1940-42. Includes Further correspondence re the Oxford Vaporiser patent, April 1942, including letter from Mendelssohn offering to hand over his hav of the patent rights to Lord Nuffield. Correspondence, May-June 1942. Includes 4 pp. typescript memorandum by the Registrar, Oxford University, describing the development of the controversy between Macintosh and Mendelssohn over the Oxford Vaporiser. Correspondence with F. Sherwood Taylor, May-November 1942, re arrangements to deposit in the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, the first model of the Oxford Vaporiser which - was built in the Clarendon Laboratory in Spring 1940. There follows a long exchange of letters In addition to controversy over the blood pressure The material has been assigned to several smaller folders B.35-B.42 Correspondence arising from the publication of a paper by Mendelssohn and D.S. Evans on 'The Physics of Blood-Pressure Measurement! (Proc. Phys. Soc., 54, 1942) which described their work on the automatic blood pressure recorder to December 1941 (see also B.23). The correspondence opens with copy of a letter from Macintosh and S.L. Cowan to the Papers' Secretary of the Physical Society (J.H. Awbery), 16 November 1942, disclaiming any responsibility for work on the blood pressure recorder and proffering detailed criticisms of the paper. with Awbery, the Registrar, Oxford University and others, culmina- ting in the publication of a discussion on the paper in Proc. Phys. Soc., 55, 1943. Fecoee further references are made to Mendelssohn's part in the development of the Oxford Vaporiser. May-June 1943 January-February 1943 March-April 1943 for ease of reference. November-December 1942 K.A.G, Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research July-October 1943 1944 Ms. and typescript drafts, mainly for published discussion; proofs with extensive annotations. Ms. notes and diagrams, miscellaneous printed matter. Mendelssohn's original folder. In Correspondence with Herbert and Gowers and Company (solicitors) re assignment of U.S. and Canadian patents for Oxford Vaporiser, 1945. Includes photographs. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research B.44-B.114 POST-WAR RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN OXFORD The following sequence consists of correspondence with research students and visitors to the Clarendon Laboratory, most of whom worked on low temperatures under Mendelssohn's supervision, sometimes in collaboration with staff of the Atomic Energy Research Establishment at Harwell (see also B.115 - B.118). The correspondence, which is presented in alphabetical order, usually includes arrangements to come to Oxford, reports on progress of research work, and references and testimonials for subsequent applications for posts at other universities. The material is often enriched by further correspondence about research and publications and also by a considerable corpus of letters from students who returned to developing countries, reporting on problems encountered in their attempts to continue with their research and build up schools of their own. See A.12 for a list of 49 research students supervised by Mendelssohn, 1934-73, with the dates and titles of their theses. Blow, S. ; 197] 1962-63 1957-71 1963-73 1959-65 1960-77 1969-70 Burton, R. Brewer, D. ; Altov, V. A. Bhagat, S. M. Anderson, R.A. 1958-66 Chandrasekhar, B. Chopra, Vi XK. 1958-69 1970-74 Chaudhuri, K. Connolly, A. 1954, 1962-71 Campos, A. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Corsan, J. M. Critchlow, P. ; Davey, G. Dziwornooh, P. A. Edwards, D. O. Fairbarns, J. French, R.A. Furtado, C. A. : : Gascén, F. probe, he A. Criten, 6... S: Hare, G. : 1959-64 1957-67 1958-66 1963-77 1958-70 1963-71 1961-69 1967-76 1966-67 1966-70 1964-77 1962-66 Harrison, S. 1969-76 G. M. 1966-67 1965-70 1966 Kerr, kK. M. Hasiguti, R. R. Khalatnikov, 1. Lampel, G..-..P. Karagyozyan, A. 1960 McCrum, N° .G. Melo Assi A, Meaden, G. ; Martin, D. : 1960-70 1966-71 1960-65 1965-76 1958-62 1962-75 Lowell, J. Mikura, Z. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Mortimer, M. J. Muféz Dominguez, J. S. Ohno, K. Papp, E. Probert, D. Radhakrishnan, T. S. Rajagopol, E.. S. 1965-72 1963-70 1961-70 1971 1962-63 1970-74 1961-76 Includes brief correspondence re gift of helium liquifier by the Clarendon Laboratory to the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Ramanathan, K. G. see H.36. Roa Kacy. 1963-73 Se calingam: R. 1965-75 ; K. M. Y. A. ieee ON: Shebalin, I. 1969-70 1958-76 1961-77 1962-70 Raychauduri, A. Ray. = K. Ries Aer. Rosenberg, H. 1951, 1958-67 1970 Subramanyam, S. Shiffman, C. sousd,: J, A; 1961-73 1969-70 1970 1960 1967-71 1960-62 1972-75 ; : V. Spence, Ss... Steele, W. 7. A, Shigi, T. Suga, H. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Sujak, B. Sutcliffe, P. W. TitmizteS. MM. A. fee ilk kM. ae OM, P. Walton, As “J. White, G. ‘ Whittaker, K.-C; 1959 1962-68 1962-76 1969-76 1959-61 1971-72 1951, 1963-75 1965-72 Includes drafts for obituary of Whittaker by Mendelssohn and material re proposed research project on manganese at Kumasi University of Science and Technology, Ghana. Wigley, D. A. 1960-71 A-H I=L M-Z 114 1963-74 Ab. 113 B.111 B.112 B.113 - Yoshida, I. Shorter requests to visit/work at the Clarendon Laboratory. Not indexed. Correspondence with Russian physicists, March-June 1958, arising from invitation by the Low Temperature Group of the Physical Society to visit laboratories in Oxford, Cambridge and London (only 3 came). Shorter requests for references, etc. 1953-77. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research 149-0. 137 SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY WORK FOR OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND INSTITUTIONS Mendelssohn's collaborative work with A,E.R.E. Harwell has already been mentioned, but he also established links with several foreign universities and institutions, some of which were formally acknowledged by Wolfson College, Oxford. His main contacts were with the universities of Coimbra and Porto in Portugal, the University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, and the Tata Institute, Bombay, but he also acted as External Examiner to other universities including the University of Science of Malaysia and the University of London. The material is presented in alphabetical order of the university or institution concerned. B.115-B.118 Atomic Energy Research Establishment (A.E.R.E.) Harwell Mendelssohn acted as Consultant to A.E.R.E. Harwell from August 1962. For scientific correspondence with colleagues at Harwell see H.26, H.30 (Mortimer), H.47 (Spence). Correspondence re appointment, renewal, conditions, fees, etc. Includes initial letter of appointment, 8 August 1962. Renewal letters extend to 1976. Progress reports and drafts for papers by Mendelssohn and other members of his laboratory, 1961-69, relating to collaborative research project with Harwell on 'Low Temperature Properties of Transuranic Elements'. with Harwell. Correspondence with colleagues at Harwell and Oxford and with the Science Research Council, 1966-68, re application for a grant for continuing research on transuranic elements. Ms. notes and drafts, graphs, diagrams, etc. relating to work K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research University of Coimbra, Portugal Correspondence with members of the University and with the British Council, 1971-73, re plans for the establishment of a link with Wolfson College, Oxford. See also B.133. B.120-8 513! University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana The following papers document Mendelssohn's association with Kumasi, 1968-74, through his initiation of the link with Wolfson College, Oxford, his examining activities and his encouragement of research on manganese in the Physics Depart- ment of the University. See also B. 58, B.107, E.123-E.127. Ms. and typescript notes and data on manganese, some by G.T. Meaden, with brief correspondence on obtaining samples of manganese for research, December 1965. Correspondence, 1968-69, re arrangements for the establishment of a link between Wolfson College, Oxford, and Kumasi. Correspondence, January-August 1970. cussion of the proposed link with Wolfson and arrangements for Mendelssohn to act as External Examiner in Physics. Includes further dis- Correspondence, September-December 1970. Many of the letters contain references to the sudden death of K.C. Whittaker, Head of the Physics Department and leader of the proposed research project on manganese. Correspondence, January-May 1973. Correspondence re supply of equipment for the managanese project, November 1971-February 1973. Correspondence, January-November 1972. Correspondence, January-May 1971. on the Manganese Project to March 1971. Includes Progress Report Correspondence, June-December 1971. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Scientific research Correspondence, June 1973-March 1974 Miscellaneous notes, drafts, manganese project. lists of equipment, etc. for Mark sheets and reports relating to Mendelssohn's visits to Kumasi as External Examiner, 1969 and 1971. University of London Invitations to join Panel of Visiting Examiners, 1973-76. University of Porto, Portugal Correspondence with members of the University, 1971, 1974-75, re possible arrangements for a link with Wolfson College, Oxford. See also B.119. B.134, B.135 University of Science of Malaysia (formerly University Pulau Penang) 9/2977. Ss. 1934-35, 1966 1930s correspondence includes extensive discussions of experimental methods and results. Guggenheim, E. A. 1938 1940 1936-37 Gutsche, H. See also E.141. 1935-39 1971-75 Gunther, R. T. Haidemenakis, E. D. Correspondence re the affairs of the International Science Foundation. te transfer of old apparatus from the Clarendon to the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford. Continued Arrangements for visit to Oxford and Harwell. Hailsham, Q. McG. Hasiguti, R. R. Holbrook, A. J. 1932 1933 1957 1964 Hirschlaff, E. Hoenow, A. Horseman, A. 1939 K WG. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 General correspondence H.19 (Cont'd.) Hoimed.. K, Hume-Rothery, W. 1950, 1953 1943 Haz, 1.21 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF REFRIGERATION 1583) Mendelssohn was President of Commission A2 until its amalgamation with A.1 in 1976. Correspondence with other members of |.1.R. re changes in organisation, including amalgamation of Commissions Al and A2, and re relationship with the International Cryogenic Engineering Committee and the American Cryogenic Engineering Committee. See also E.1-E.86, especially E.72-E.82. Correspondence March-November 1975. Mainly discussion of points arising at 1.1.R. conference in Moscow, September, which included a discussion on the future of the I.1.R. (Mendelssohn did not attend because of visa problems). Correspondence Novemiser 1975-September 1976. INTERNATIONA! INSTITUTE OF REFRIGERATION. UK Standing Committee. Includes arrangements for a meeting in London, 22 January 1976, to discuss the future of Commissions Al and A2. Correspondence with committee members and with the Director of I.1.R. (M. Anquez) re committee meetings, publications, etc., 1972-77. Leiden, July 1938. Includes arrangements for Mendelssohn to attend a meeting in On proposed establishment at Cairo University of laboratory for growing single crystals. Kapitza, P. L. Keesom, W. HH. 1934, 1938, 1946 1934-38 1937 1976 Jaeger, F. M. On experiments with Lanthanum. Kamel, R. K yes Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 General correspondence Kite J A, 1936, n.d. On thermal behaviour of tin at very low temperatures. Krauss, |. Kronberger, H. (Mendelssohn's carbon only .) Kuhn, F. Kurti, N. 1931-32 1963 1958-59 1931-33, 1956, 1966 1930s correspondence consists mainly of letters from Kurti to Mendelssohn, addressed to 'Lieber Onkel Kurt' and signed 'Niko' (see H.14). written to Mendelssohn in England, May-August 1933, from Breslau and later Budapest, before Kurti's own move to join Simon at Oxford. The majority were 1956 correspondence consists of one letter only, from Mendelssohn to Kurti, describing the circumstances of Simon's death and the consequences for the future of the Clarendon Laboratory. bee; J. A. 1962-69, 1976 Leonhardt, F. Lifshitz, E. M. re L.D. Landau. London, F. London, H. re collaborative work and publications. 1946 correspondence is re work on helium films. 1939 letter is to Simon enclosing 3 pp. typescript on 'The -phenomenom of liquid He and the Bose-Einstein degeneracy’. 1933 letters are signed 'Behemoth' (see H.14). 1933, 1939, 1946 1933, 1937, 1948 K.A.G. CSAC 93/4/83 Mendelssohn General correspondence LUbeck, H. MacDonald, D. K. C. 1938 1947, 1953, 1963 1963 correspondence is on the superconductive transition. Meissner, W. Mendelssohn, T. Menon, M. GG. K. Moore, J. re work on tantalum. Mortimer, M. J. Mott, N. F. 1936, 1954 1938 1965, 1972 n.@ > 1935 1970, 1973 1935-37, 1968 Includes arrangements for Mendelssohn to give a paper at a conference on the metallic state held in Bristol, July 1935, and discussion of work on tantalum and other substances. 1948 n.d. 1933, 1935-36 Nernst, E. Olsen; J.-L. Peierls, R. E. 1959, 1967-69 1968 correspondence is re science in India. Includes arrangements for Pfeiffer to give the first Wolfson College Lecture in November 1967 and corres- pondence with publishers re translation of Pfeiffer's books. 1971 (Mendelssohn's carbon only.) 1932 1937 Railston, W. Ram, A. 1962-65 Pfeiffer, A. Pfob, Pontius, Roos B: K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 General correspondence Hi 36 Ramanathan, K. C. 1963-66 H.37-H.40 THE ROYAL SOCIETY H.37 Correspondence relating to Mendelssohn's service on Royal Society Committees, 1962-66, including Soirée Committee, Physics Education Committee (with the Institute of Physics and Physical Society), and Ad Hoc Committee on Relations with Academia Sinica (1966). Correspondence re awards and elections, 1957-75. Correspondence with successive Foreign Secretaries of the Royal Society, 1957-74, including report on a visit to U.S.A, in 1960. Miscellaneous other correspondence, 1957-73. Ruhemann, M. 1931-35, 1952 Includes postscripts and one letter from Ruhemann's wife Barbara. 1935 1932 Schubnikow, 1957 H.43, H.44 H.43 1936-38 Schweiser, H. Shoenberg, D. 1936-38, 1957 Personal and scientific correspondence. Shoenberg's 1938 letters were written from Moscow. Some of and scientific achievements. Mainly on progress of low temperature research. Folder also includes correspondence with N. Arms (biographer), the Royal Society and others, 1958-67, with reminiscences of Simon and comments on his career re proposal to invite a number of Russian scientists to attend a conference at the Mond Laboratory, Cambridge, and also visit Oxford. Silsbee, F. B. see H.46 sion, To E. 1932-37 K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 General correspondence Silsbee, F. B. re proposed visit to Oxford. seer, J 6 C. prin, Ae oG. Sommerfeld, A. Spence, R. (Mendelssohn's carbon only.) Stephens, R. W. B. Swain, R. Taconis, K. W. Taxa, 1. 1937 1937-38 1937, 1947 1966 n.d. 1931 1947 1938-39 Includes 3 pp. typescript on 'Transport Phenomena in Helium II’. Tokugawa, M. Tuyn, W. 1960-62 1946 Tyndall, A. M. Van Den Berg, G. = J. Includes 6 pp. typescript 'On the transfer rate of the Rollin-Simon film’. News of the Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory after the war. In alphabetical order. Replies to letters of congratulation sent by Mendelssohn, mainly to colleagues on their election to Fellowship of the Royal Society, 1941-56. Wilson, . 1. 1937-39 1950 Van Laer, H. Von Lave, M. 1940 1949 1949, 1956 K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 General correspondence Shorter scientific correspondence, 1932-77. order. Not indexed. In alphabetical Shorter personal correspondence, 1945-77. order. Not indexed. In alphabetical Unidentified and first-name signatures. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 SECTION J NON-PRINT MATERIAL, J.1 - J.15 Pe Photographs of Mendelssohn Includes one taken in the Clarendon Laboratory, n.d. 1930s, and one with J. Daunt and R.B. Pontius. There are also two later photographs (+1 duplicate), one dated 1972. Photographs of friends and colleagues In alphabetical order. Bowers, R. Brewer, D. Browh,° Jie 8 Chandrasekhar, B.S. 3 photographs including one with C.S. Hung. Cherwell (F.A. Lindemann) See also J.1. Hull, J. 3 photographs. London, F. Daniels, J. M. R. (née Moore) Daunt) J.72-G. Continued 4 photographs, including 3 with F.J. Lenthal. MacDonald, Dp. KK. 2 photographs. McCrum, NN. G. 7 photographs . Parkinson, D. 2 photographs. C. Olen K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 J.5 (Cont'd.) Peshkov, VV. P. Non-print material Rosenberg, H. White, G. K. 3 photographs. Unidentified Photographs taken at cryogenic conferences in Moscow, 1966 (2) and Eindhoven, 1972 (4, in envelope). Photographs of apparatus 2 photographs of damaged apparatus after an explosion in Simon's laboratory in Berlin, March 1930. belonged to N. Kurti. The apparatus Hydrogen liquifiers and compressors in the Clarendon Laboratory, various dates. Helium liquifiers in the Clarendon Laboratory various dates. Miscellaneous cryogenic apparatus, mostly from other laboratories. Photographs taken during Mendelssohn's visits to China. (See Section F.) Photographs of Harwell apparatus, some with identifications. Still photographs from a film illustrating superfluidity made at the Clarendon Laboratory. For correspondence and reports on Mendelssohn's collaborative work with Harwell, see B.115-B.118. Miscellaneous other photographs, mainly for publications. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS ABRIKOSOV, A. A. ADAMS, E. Dwight ADAMSON, Robert ADRIAN, Edgar Douglas, Baron AITCHISON, Gordon J. AKAR, Philippe ALBRECHT, C. ALDRED, Cyril ALEKSEEVSKI, IN. E. ALLEN, John Frank ALTOV, Valerii Aleksandrovich ALVAREZ, Luis W. AMBASTA, S._ P. DiZ2 B.49 F.13 E. SY E.140 E.14 D.97 G.63 ¥ B.110 B:74: -D-72D 29,. D122 E.12,.£,20 foi, H.38 B.44 E.144, G.64, G.65 D.128 B.45 B.74 B.110, E.131 D.131 E.62 D.96 E.149 B.50 A.9 H.45 B.85 B.56 E.65, H.20, H.21 B.95, B.133 ARAFA. Salah ANHALT, A. ANQUEZ, Michel ARGYLE, Michael APPLETON A. -D. ANDREW. E.R. ARAUJO, J. Moreira ANDERSON, R.A. ANDRONIKASHVILI, E. — L. E.64, E.66, E.85 B.13, H.2 D.109, H.3 E.26, 6:92 8-30 © @, B.00, 8.36,/8. 37, B00, B.39 ARMS, Nancy ASTIOM, Hons U- ATKINS, Kenneth AWBERY, J:cco HH: BABBITT, Jack D. BAILEY, Colin A. BALDUS, Wolfgang K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents BALTENSPERGER, W. BANERJEE, M. BARDEEN, John K. BARON, Stanley BARRER, R. M. BASU, D. BATES, Leslie Fleetwood BELLIS, James O. BERG, W. BERLIN, Sir Isaiah BETTS, David S. BEWILOGUA, Ludwig BHAGAT, Satindar Mohan S. D.126 B.46 B.46, E.45 D.51, G.28,°G.30, G.32. G.36 Mot Ete, hae A.7 G.66 H.4 H.4 B D.93 E.3, E:27,Riae £43, 256, £.62, E66 B74; E .75, E.82, £.83, E.85 E 46, B.53, B.85 .136 48 14, E.46, .62, E.66, .20, H.21 E E H B E R. H. BHANDARKAR, R. BLACKMAN, Moses Binet! CLEWS, C.J. BIRMINGHAM, Bascom W. BIRSS, R. BITTEN, E. BLACKETT, Patrick Maynard Stuart, Baron . 74 .122, B.123, B.124, B.125, .126, B.127, B.128, B.129 (397 G.2 Fy D7, 127, H.5 »0f,. B.Gty Bete, earl; pat; Gile Me, C97 A5 BLANCHARD, E.R. BLATT, Frank J. BLIN-STOYLE, Roger John BLEANEY, Brebis BLAU, Tom L. BLOUNT, B. :90 vi 29 2 Jeo, B B B F A D B B F B B B K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents BLOW, Stephen BOASE, Thomas Sherrer Rose BOGNER, G. BOOTH, N. BORN, Max BOSANQUET, Charles lon Carr BOSE, A. BOWEN, Edmund John BOWRA, Sir (Cecil) Maurice Sorte, Aas oe. BRETSCHER, Egon BREWER, Douglas F. SROADBENT, Ku: P. BROCK, Michael George B.47 B.47 D.80 E.110 A.7, H.6 A.4 E.151, H.6 A.7 G.2 B.45 H.6 B.48, B.58, D.22, D.93, D.94, D.98, D.99, D.100, F.42, G.27, H.7 BROCKMAN, Sir Ronald BRONOWSKI, Jacob BULLARD, Sir Edward (Crisp) BROWN, James B. BRYAN, Derek BUCHMANN, E. BUCKEL, Werner F.41 A.9, A.10, B.44, B.53, B.81, B.83, B.86, B.98, B.122, B.123, B.124, B.125, B.127, E.94, F.38, H.34 B.53 H.8 B.88, C.48, G.66, H.8 F.4 H.8 C49,°D338; £2 £27, E.65, G.10 he7 D.44 B.57 B.132 H.8 B.49 B.19, B.23 BULLOCK, Alan Louis Charles, Baron BUZZARD, Sir (Edward) Farquhar BURTON; Ee alk. BURTON, Richard BURCHAM, William Ernest BURHOP, Eric Henry Stonely K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents CAHN, R. . W. CALDER, Nigel CALVIN, Melvin CAMPBELL, Bruce G. CAMPOS, Ayres de CARERI, Giorgio CARRINGTON, Richard CECIL, Rupert CERNY, J. CHAGLA, M. — C. Rrentist..J. CHALMERS, Bruce CHAMBERS, Robert Guy CHANDRASEKHAR, B.S. CHAPERON, Yves D.68 D.119 E.99, E.144 E.117 B.50 D.76, E.43, E.74, E.80, E.85, E.96 D.9 B.85 E.124 C. 39 B.85 D.108 D.7 B.49, B E.55, E.56, E.65, E.66 B.52, D.76, E.105, E.118 D.17 F.14 F.36;°F 87 A.4, B.8, B.9, B.13, B.30, B.31, D.127, H.51 51 CHAUDRON, Georges Viscount Cherwell CHESTER, Geoffrey V. CHEN, Kuan-l!. CHENG, Yueh CHOPRA, Vinod Kumar CHAUDHURI, K. D. CHORLEY, Robert Samuel Theodore, Baron CHERWELL, Frederick Alexander Lindemann, D.128, G.1 E.104 E.69, E.97, E.104, F.34, F.38 G.20 F.36 CHUANG, Yen CLARK, Ronald W. CLARKE, Robin E36 D.29, D.33 CHOTANI, A. Hamid B.85 B.53 F.35 Poriy. CHOU, Hsiang-pu CHOU, Pei-yuvan GertSiiE, R. Hy CHU, Te-kuei K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents CLAYTON, Peter A. CLOSS, John O'Neill CLOW, Archie COCHRAN, William COCKCROFT, Sir John Douglas CODLIN,. E. M. COE, Michael D. COLEMAN, Earl COLES, Bryan R. COLLIER, Ho <8. COLLINS, Sam CONNOLLY, Albert CONTE, Rolland R. CORNER, W:. D: CORSAN, John M. D.49, G.31, G.67 H.9 C.40 G.20 A.7, H.9 D.111 G.3 D.71, D.90, D.96 B.84 F.40 H.10 B.54 D.93, D.94, D.95 COWAN, J. COWAN, S._ A. L. CRISTESCU, Silvia CRONHEIM, Georg E. COULSON, Charles Alfred COTTRELL, Sir Alan (Howard) CRITCHLOW, Philip Richard E.142 B.55 E.95 B.80, H.38 B.85 B.23, Bz 26,895, B.36 H.10 B.56 D.67 F.40 B.25, B.33 D.92 H.51 A.4 H.11 CURRAN, Sir Samuel (Crowe) DARLINGTON, Cyril Dean DALITZ, Richard Henry CURTIS, William Edward H.38 B.122 MAORl A,so ud, GROWTHER, J.:° G, CUMMINGS, Kent DARROW, Karl K. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents DASH, J. DAUNT, John G. G. DAVEY, Gordon Dearies: ER. DAVIS, Harold L. DE BRUHL, Marshall DEBYE, Peter DEKKER, Maurits DE NOBEL, J. DESHOTELS, Warren J. DESIRANT, Maurice DICK, William E. DIEHL, Harvey DIETRICH, Isolde DORON, DSM. D.93 B.48, D.92, D.93, D.94, D.95, D.96, D.98, D.100, D.105, E.122, H.11 B.57 A.7, H.11 D.43 wo ay 3 19 56 i 113 44 e O N O o O e O a O O G DOWUONA, M. DREW 5..° Ms DQID GE PF. R. DOBBS, E. Roland DUDBRIDGE, Glen DULY, Sidney John DOWNES, Leonard S. DUNHAM, Sir Kingsley (Charles) D.97, D.98 G.68 B.74 B.60 E.140 B.123, B.129 D.99 F.4] D.44 H.39 B.66 B.58, B.123, B.124, B.125, B.127, B.128, B.129, D.105 G.69 DZIWORNOOH, Peter Ayaovi EDWARDS, lorweth Eiddon Stephen ECCLES, Sir John Carew E. 108, Evizs; E.33, E.68 E.62, E.74, E.79 A.A B.71 B.110 A.7; All, 8.90 D116 C.49 G.71 G.49 F.39 E.14 B.45, H.26 F.9 D.109 E.14, E.20, E.32, E.37, H.27 B.85 B.110, D.22, D.102, H.27 D.127 D.76 LEONHARDT, F. LEVESQUE, Rene J. Ceri; Evax M. EROEER, L. LEE, James A. LEECH, Richard H. LEFEVRE, Félix B.96 D.45 H.51 E.98 B.75, D.91, D.92 LIGHTHILL, Sir (Michael) James LINNETT, John Wilfrid LITTLE, William A. LINDEMANN see =CHERWELL LIPMANN, Fritz LISS, Alan R. INGE: J.<.203 LINDNER, R. K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents LOCKSPEISER, Sir Ben LOFTAS, Tony LOMER, W. Michael LONDON, Fritz LONDON, Heinz LONDON, Lucie LON GUET-HIGGINS, Hugh Christopher LORENTZEN, Gustay LOUNASMAA, Olli V. LOVELL, Sir (Alfred Charles) Bernard LOWELL, John LUBECK, Heinz MA, Chia-chun MACCHI, Giulio McCRUM, N. Gerald AP F.8 B.45 H.27 H.28 D.25 B.80 E.1, E.45 E.80, E.84, E.131, F.41 H.51 B.65, B.72, B.137 H.29 F.36, F.37 C.9 B.73 D.76, H.29 D.116 H.51 G.43 B.197- 8.21 8,23) 8.26, B.28, B.33, B.35 G, 72 D.129 McGILL, lan G. MACKINNON, L. McKERROW, W. Stuart McKINNEY, Richard L. MACDONALD, Norman P. MACFARLANE, Robert Gwyn MACDONALD, David Keith Chalmers MACINTOSH, Sir Robert (Reynolds) 13 110, 0.23- 6.13.6 36; .37, E.43, 8.61, E.74, .76, E.80 MAKARENKOV, V. MALKOV, M._ P. MADDOX, John (Royden) McQUILLAN, Alan D. MAJOR, John K. B22 .88 o w e a .80 : e h 14 5] o w McWEENY, Roy m r o o m i T K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents MALLINSON, F. Barnett MANNING, A. F. MARCH, Norman Henry MARGERISON, Tom MAROIS, Maurice MARSHAK, Robert E. MARTIN, Sir David (Christie) MARTIN, David John MASSE, G. W. MATTAROLO, Lucio MAXWELL, lan Robert 86 46 72 2 .87, 92: 9, .101 Hi D2 -70; B-470. B88, £18. .109, E.129, £.131, E.135, 145, F.35, H.37, H.39, 40, H.45 74 .88 79 y W t a t i i ! t r e M , y G o m m m e s ) S O e J o O MEHTA, Jivraj N. MEISSNER, W. Govind Kumar MAYER, Barbara MAZUER, J. MAY, A. oN. MAYCOCK, R. MEADEN, G. _ Terry MELO, Antonio de Almeida MENDELSSOHN, Thomas D.122, D.124, H.34 B.123 D.33 D:33, B.34 E.77 B.75, B.107 B.84 D.18, H.29 B.76 H.29 B.136, E.118, E.136, H.38 B.77 B.9 D.103 E.137 C.38, E.110 D;22,-£: 14; E,140 MENON, Mombillikalathil MOON, Philip Burton MINKOFF, SAFTRA, S58 G. K: MIKURA, Ziro MILLER, H. M. MIYAZAWA, Hisao MONNA, Gohei B.72 K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents MOORE, Judith MORAWETZ, Herbert MORGENSTERN, Oskar MORRIS, J.* MORTIMER, Michael J. C. MOSS, Rosalind MOTT, Joan C. MOTT, Sir Nevill (Francis) MUGNIER, Daniel MULDAWER, Leonard MULDNER, Himil MULLER, Jean MUNOZ DOMINGUES, Juan Santiago MURRAY, P. MYNCKE, H. ; H.30 D.29 D.46 A.4 B.78, H.30 ie D.54 Hist E.69, E.78, E.85 B.84 0.37; D368 BAS, Dii7, Die B.79 B.108 D.110 NAGANO, Hiroshi NARAYANAN, P.— S. E. 64 Foo E.69, E.72, B.98 8.15 E.108 NERNST, Emma NERNST, Walther Herman NATHAN, H. — L. NATHAN, Hans NEEDHAM, Joseph NEEL, Louis Eugéne Félix B.40 37 D.24, D.64, D.65, D.66, D.67, D.68 NIEDWODNECZANSKI, Henryk NOAKES, G. Robert NETTLETON, Richard E. NEWNHAM, Richard D.105 D.14, D.15, D.130 NUFFIELD, William Richard Morris, Viscount See C.46, C.47, D.26-D.48 F 39, ae E33 H.32 NORBERG, RR. E. NOVAK, Zden B.59 D.79, 0.80) 8.67, 6.82 Nuffield K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents OESPER, Ralph E. OGSTON, Alexander George OHNO, Kimio OLDHAM, C. H. G. : D.46 H.51 B.80 F.27 OLIPHANT, Sir Mark (Marcus Laurence Elwin) OLSEN, Jdrgen L. OLSON, Jane V. F: ONLEY, H. A.7 B.83, D.7, D.79, D.104, E.3; E.4; E.5; £:10, £:20: E.29 £24 £, 25: 8:97, E.28, E.29, E.30, E.31,£.32 E33, Fide ta, £55 E.43, E.44, E.45, E.47, E.49, E.51, E.52, E.57, E.62, £.63, E.74, E.76, E.85, G.23, H.21, H.32 G3 D.70, D-71, D272 Bz D.76, D.90, D.106, D.107, E.103 ONSAGER, Lars E.99 OOKAWA, Akiya EtY P'AN, Ch'un OYAMA, Yoshitoshi F.36, E4133 ORGA, Aves ORLEANS, Leo A. OSHIMA, Keichi G.28 F.30 D.13,.D.80, 6.9, £.3, Eae E.25, E.31, E.50, E.55, E.57, E.64, E.66, E.76, E.97, E.102, E.110 H.5] PANETH, Friedrich Adolf PARANJAPE, V. V. PAUL, Deiter PAULI, Wolfgang A.7 B.85, B.90 PANDIT, Vijaya Lakshmi C38 B.63 E,90 D.46 PATTEE, Howard H. PRRRER, CoA; PARRA, Rodolfo Eo? E.116 K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents PAWLEY, G. = Stuart PEER. G: PEI, Tsien-chang PEIERLS, Sir Rudolf (Ernst) PEIXOTO, José Pinto PELLAM, John R. PENTLAND, N. PERUTZ, Max Ferdinand eK 2 PS E Fi D B D525 E.14 rit 5.110). 37, 2106 PETERS, Sir Rudo!ph (Albert) A.7, D.46 PEVLEY, Bc W. PFEIFFER, Alfred PHILLIPS, Sir David (Chilton) PeeLliPs “RoE: PILLOW PM, OE: D..93 34 90 ae y r e e d O F O PIPPARD, Sir (Alfred) Brian PLANK, Rudolf POCKLEY, Peter POSTMA, H. y G I e y G e e n C F O .66 B.80 Peoue, Med. 76 99 44 igo 60 POOLE Dc Mi. POSENER, Georges PORMIUS RB. POPLE, John Anthony PLAYFAIR, Sir Edward (Wilder) ‘ ag 0.1. Dse.0 D.102, D.103, D.104 PRONSKY, D. PROSKAUER, Eric S. PRYCE, Maurice Henry Lecorney POWELL, Herbert Marcus POWELL, Alan Richard Ss Oe ee PROWSE, Derek J. B.83 H.5] Pica B.8] PROBERT, Douglas B.85 A.4, B.88, H.38 Gi24, G.728 K.A.G. Mendelssohn CSAC 93/4/83 Index of correspondents RABOY, Sol RADHAKRISHNAN, T. S. RAILSTON, W. RAJAGOPAL, E. S. RAM, Atma RAMACHANDRAN, A. RAMANATHAN, Kalpathy Gopalkrishna RAMANNA, R. RAMASESHAN, S. RAO, K. Venkat RATCLIFFE, John Ashworth RATNALINGAM, Rasiah RAY, K. RAYCHAUDHURI, A. K. REDINHA, J. Simdes B.51 B.83 E.113, E.114, E.115, H.35 B.84 C.39, E.137, H.35 B.85 .118, H.36 53 Aa £85 .38 .86 .84 87 a e n e e O O O RICE, Alan F. RINDERER, L. B. 128, B.129 G.73 F.40, F.42 ROSBAUD, Paul a 88 e W e C