Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Bertha Swirles, Lady Jeffreys (1903-1999) NCUACS catalogue no. 152/2/07 by Timothy E. Powell and Peter Harper B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Title: Compiled by: Timothy E. Powell and Peter Harper Description level: Fonds Date of material: 1871-2006 Extent of material: 55 boxes, ca 900 items Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Bertha Swirles, Lady Jeffreys (1903-1999), mathematician NCUACS catalogue no. 152/2/07 © 2007 National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists, University of Bath. Special Collections, The Library, St John’s College Cambridge Reference code: GB 0275/Bertha Jeffreys Deposited in: B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 The work of the National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists in the production of this catalogue is made possible by the support of the Arts & Humanities Research Council Girton College Cambridge The Royal Astronomical Society St John’s College Cambridge B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 NOT ALL THE MATERIAL IN THIS COLLECTION MAY YET BE AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION. ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED IN THE FIRST INSTANCE TO: THE OLD LIBRARY ST JOHN’S COLLEGE THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN CAMBRIDGE B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 LIST OF CONTENTS GENERAL INTRODUCTION SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL A.1-A.245 SECTION B GIRTON COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE B.1-B.43 SECTION C RESEARCH SECTION D PUBLICATIONS SECTION E LECTURES C.1-C.81 D.1-D.80 E.1-E.91 SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES F.1-F.24 SECTION J H.1-H.132 J.1-J.314 SECTION G MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION G.1-G.12 SECTION H CORRESPONDENCE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND OTHER INTERESTS INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 GENERAL INTRODUCTION PROVENANCE The archive was received for cataloguing from St John’s College, Cambridge in May 2002. OUTLINE OF THE LIFE AND CAREER OF BERTHA SWIRLES, LADY JEFFREYS Bertha Swirles was born in Northampton on 22 May 1903. Like many in Northampton, her father worked in the leather trade (he died when his daughter was only 2). Her mother was a school-teacher and Swirles grew up in an environment in which it was not unusual for the women of the family to be well-educated. In 1915 Swirles went to the newly established Northampton School for Girls, becoming Head Girl, and in 1921 won a Clothworkers’ Scholarship to Girton College Cambridge to read Mathematics. She graduated with first class Honours in 1924 and spent the following year studying Part Il physics, attending lectures by J.J. Thomson and Rutherford. Swirles began postgraduate research under R.H. Fowler, holding a Yarrow Fellowship 1925-1927 and Dirac and Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar. Another research student in the Department was D.R. another interest of hers, 1939-1947). In 1928 Swirles was appointed Assistant Lecturer in Manchester. Here she resumed her contact with Werner Heisenberg and met other leading continental workers in the new field of quantum mechanics. Hartree and he suggested her first research problem, studying the polarizability of atomic cores. Swirles’s and Hartree’s careers would cross a number of times and they became firm and lifelong exciting time to be doing research in Cambridge, fellow research students of Fowler were P.A.M. Hartree who had also moved there. At Manchester E.A. Milne guided her into research on the Hertha Ayrton Research Fellowship 1927-1928. She was awarded her Ph.D. in 1929. It was an friends. She spent the winter of 1927-1928 in Géttingen, where she worked under Max Born and absorption of radiation by a gas, working first on a highly degenerate gas then a partially degenerate The close and friendly contacts with generations of students with Hartree, until 1938 when she returned to Cambridge to take up a Fellowship and Lectureship in one, and her work proved significant in the study of stellar structure. This was followed by similar appointments in Bristol (1931-1932) and at Imperial College London (1932-1933) before returning to serving as Director of Studies in Mathematics and Mechanical Sciences 1949-1969 (and Music, Manchester in 1933 as Lecturer in Applied Mathematics. She remained at Manchester, again working Mathematics at Girton. Hartree also returned to Cambridge in 1946, when he was appointed Plummer Professor of Mathematical Physics. Swirles remained at Girton for the rest of her career, B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 endured long after they had left Cambridge and sometimes were renewed when children of former students came to study at Girton. Jeffreys served on the Governing Body of the College and served as Vice-Mistress 1966 to 1969. She was appointed Life Fellow of Girton in 1969. In 1940 Swirles married the eminent scientist Harold Jeffreys. As Bertha Jeffreys she continued to publish papers on quantum theory but her collaboration with her husband led to her most widely known publication, the textbook Methods of Mathematical Physics, which they co-authored. It was first published in 1946 and went through many editions, revisions and reprints, most recently in 1999. Jeffreys’s research interests broadened to include seismology in collaboration with her husband, who was appointed Plumian Professor of Astronomy at Cambridge and knighted in 1953. Theirs was a long and happy marriage until his death at the age of 97 in 1989. Jeffreys was an influential figure in women’s education in Cambridge and in mathematics. She served as President of the Mathematical Association 1969-1970 and was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications in 1968. She received honorary doctorates from the University of Saskatchewan in 1995 and the Open University in 1996. She died on 18 December 1999. of other material below). native county of Northamptonshire and her keen interest in family and local history is recorded. It is Jeffreys from childhood to shortly before her death. However, the largest single component of this devoted much of her time after his death to writing about his life and work, assisting others with DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION Section A, Biographical, documents Jeffreys’s life from her childhood in the 1900s up to her nineties. The material includes records of school and undergraduate studies, and her continuing links with Northampton School for Girls. There is documentation of early testimonials, showing the high regard in which she was held, and her later honours and awards. There is a sequence of diaries 1975-1996, The material is presented in the order given in the list of contents. It dates from 1871 to 2006. presented here should be consulted alongside that of her husband Sir Harold Jeffreys (see Locations Although the bulk of the material has Jeffreys as creator, there are some groups where the material biographical accounts and helping in other ways to preserve and honour his memory. and a number of household, commonplace and address books. Jeffreys retained close ties with her unfortunate that there is not more evidence of her well-known musical pursuits. Photographs show section is biographical material relating to her husband Sir Harold Jeffreys (1891-1989). Jeffreys B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Section B, Girton College Cambridge, is not extensive. It documents Jeffreys’s service as Director of Studies for Mathematics 1949-1969, and service on the Governing Body, including her term as Vice- Mistress 1966-1969. There is some documentation of the debates as to whether to admit men to the College. There is also material relating to the history of the College, including biographical and historical material relating to distinguished Fellows, and a little correspondence with Girtonians, chiefly former students. Section C, Research, offers patchy coverage of Jeffreys’s research studies. However, there is good documentation of her most significant periods of research. There are a few notebooks from her period as a research student under R.H. Fowler in Cambridge in the mid-1920s but the bulk of the material is in the form of a series of labelled research folders organised by topic containing notes and drafts, calculations and offprints. A number of the items in the series are accompanied by later explanatory notes by Jeffreys. The series includes material from the winter semester of 1927-1928 spent in Géttingen, where she worked under Max Born and Werner Heisenberg; from the late 1920s relating to her research on polarization of atomic cores, a topic suggested to her by D.R. Hartree; work on degenerate gases in the 1930s; and on the Relativistic Self-Consistent Field from the 1930s through to the 1970s. Research material from after her marriage includes work in the 1950s on Multipole Radiation. There is only a little material illustrative of her developing interest in areas of study introduced to her by her husband, although there is additional material preserved in the archive former student Mary Walmsley from the 1960s and early 1970s. documented relate to research folders and cross-references are included where appropriate. The of Sir Harold. Other miscellaneous research papers include some documentation of the work of a Section D, Publications, complements the research in section C, as a number of the publications section provides greater coverage of Jeffreys’s later mathematical interests which are under- represented in section C. There is significant documentation of Methods of Mathematical Physics (Cambridge University Press), the book co-authored with her husband Harold, from the first edition of the single largest grouping of material relates to her two short notes for the Quarterly Journal of the Adams Society, St Johns College Cambridge, 1927 and the latest dated lecture is at the age of 90 to 26 (1985) and ‘A footnote to “A Q-rious tale” ’, vol 27 (1986). The section also includes part of what appears to be an uncompleted book on Mechanics, with D.R. Hartree, and a number of book reviews her lectures on relativity and quantum theory. The second subsection comprises public and invitation lectures. The earliest documented is a lecture on developments in quantum theory given to the Section E, Lectures, is divided into two subsections. The first is teaching material for university courses at Manchester in the 1930s and Cambridge, mainly the 1940s-1950s. It includes notes for 1946 and her introduction to the volume Coulomb wave functions by A.R. Curtis (1964). However, Royal Astronomical Society; ‘A Q-rious tale: the origin of the Parameter Q in electromagnetism’, vol by Jeffreys for the Mathematical Gazette. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 the British Universities Summer School in Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics, Pembroke College Cambridge, September 1993. A number of her later lectures are on figures in the history of mathematics including Emmy Noether and Augustus de Morgan. Section F, Visits and conferences, is not extensive. There is some fascinating memorabilia from her study visit to Georg-August Universitat, Géttingen, Germany, 1927-1928 but the bulk of the material relates to two events, a Symposium on Computer Science at Girton College Cambridge, August 1969, held as part of the celebrations of the centenary of the foundation of the College, of which Jeffreys was the organiser, and the 48th International Astronomical Union Symposium on ‘Rotation of the Earth’, held at Morioka, Japan in May 1971 to which Jeffreys accompanied her husband. Her continued interest in developments in science is illustrated by her attendance at the age of 94 at the International Centennial Symposium on the Electron, Cambridge, September 1997. Section G, Mathematical Association, is very slight. It covers the period 1968-1972, documenting Jeffreys’s Presidency of the Mathematical Association for 1969-1970 (in succession to C.A. Coulson) and Vice-Presidency 1970-1972. There is a little administrative material but the section also includes documentation of her concerns for mathematical education and also her Presidential Address, ‘An easy commerce of the old and the new’. Middlehurst. The section includes a little general material on the history of mathematics and science. individual women scientists in the main sequence, but there is also general material on this issue, including correspondence with Joan Mason, the founder of AWISE, the Association for Women in admission of men to previously all-women Colleges. Section H, History of science and other interests, is chiefly concerned with Jeffreys’s interest in the history of science, and mathematics in particular. It is dominated by a sequence of material (notes, correspondence, offprints etc) on a large number of eminent scientists, both contemporaries of hers Paper on Science and Technology and the resultant 1993 report The Rising Tide. Jeffreys interests in education represented includes material relating to the teaching of mathematics in schools and the and historical figures. There is significant material in particular on Mary Lucy Cartwright, Paul Adrien Science and Engineering, and correspondence and papers relating to the influential 1992 White Maurice Dirac, John Arthur Gaunt, Douglas Rayner Hartree, Inge Lehmann and Barbara Mary Jeffreys’s concern for the place of women in science is partly indicated by the high proportion of correspondence and individual letters have been consolidated into series of correspondence arranged Correspondence found together can include letters from family members, family friends, former students, scientific colleagues and fellow Girtonians. For ease of reference these various groups of Section J, Correspondence, is the largest in the collection. Jeffreys’s correspondence was found in a number of separate sequences and parts of sequences, in individual folders, plastic bags and loose. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 alphabetically and a chronological sequence. In addition there is a series of postcards which Jeffreys kept separate, and references and recommendations, again kept separately. Subjects vary widely, from family and personal news, topics in the history of science and information about individual scientists, to detailed mathematical questions. Some of the correspondence is to both Sir Harold and Lady Jeffreys (initiated before Sir Harold’s death in 1989) and occasionally exchanges are begun with Sir Harold alone and then continued by Lady Jeffreys. The great bulk of the correspondence is incoming. Jeffreys’s outgoing correspondence is sparsely represented by rough manuscript drafts or occasionally a typescript carbon copy. There is also an index of correspondents. LOCATIONS OF OTHER MATERIAL The archive of Sir Harold Jeffreys was catalogued by the NCUACS in 2004 (NCUACS catalogue no.133/6/04) and placed in St John’s College Cambridge. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL, A.1-A.245 1871-2006 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNTS A.15-A.27 SCHOOL AND STUDENT STUDIES A.28-A.36 CAREER, HONOURS AND AWARDS A.37-A.64 DIARIES AND JOURNALS A.65-A.88 SOCIAL OCCASIONS AND EVENTS A.89-A.93 HOLIDAYS A.94-A.186 LIFE OF SIR HAROLD JEFFREYS A.187-A.203 FAMILY AND LOCAL HISTORY A.204-A.207 A.208-A.215 A.244, A.245 A.227-A.243 PHOTOGRAPHS A.216-A.226 MEMORABILIA ESTATE AND ARCHIVES COMMONPLACE, ADDRESS AND ACCOUNT BOOKS AUDIO CASSETTES B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNTS 1999-2006 Obituary December by R.M. Williams, The Independent, 22 Biographical accounts 1998, 2006 By R.M. Williams, from ‘Contributions of 20" Century Women to Physics’ at CWP website hosted by University of California at Lose Angeles, 1998 R.M. Williams, By Shadows: Contributions of Twentieth Century Women to Physics (Cambridge 2006). from Out the of Autobiographical accounts 1987-1998, n.d. 9 folders. Mainly concerns visits. 1996-1998 Miscellaneous manuscript and typescript accounts Transcripts of audio tape recordings made 1996-1998. 45pp manuscript account of life from 1940 to about 1990. Typescript, with manuscript corrections, of tapes 1-7, 14- 15. Transcripts of tapes 8-13 were not found. ca 1990 These have a particular focus on visits and on the career of Sir Harold Jeffreys. Copy of Jeffreys’s entry for Girton College Register B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.15-A.27 SCHOOL AND STUDENT STUDIES 1912-1936 Jeffreys was educated at Ashlea House School to 1912, Stimpson Avenue Elementary School 1912-1915, and in 1915 won a scholarship to Northampton School for Girls. She went a Clothworkers’ Scholarship in 1921. College Cambridge with Girton up to A.15-A.24 School 1912-1936 For later material relating to the Northampton School for Girls see A.198-A.203. A.15-A.20 Northampton School for Girls schoolwork 1915-1921 A.15 ‘Botany VIb’. Exercise book so labelled 1916-1917 1916-1917 ‘Chemistry Notes. Vib’. Notebook so labelled ‘Chemistry Upper Vb’. Exercise book so labelled ‘Botany (Anatomy)’. Hardback notebook so labelled ‘Botany (Types + Classification)’. Hardback notebook so labelled 1914-1920 Cambridge preliminary local examination 1914; Oxford local School Certificate examination 1920. ‘30/9/15 History’. Notebook so labelled Examination papers and certificates examination 1918-1919 1920 certificates are annotated by The 1917 and 1917; Cambridge Higher B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 Jeffreys. Other certificates IZ 1913 School Certificates in Pianoforte 1912, 1913; swimming certificate 1913. Programmes for Northampton School for Girls speech and sports days 1916-1919 Northampton Magazine, 1936; menu from Dinner, 31 October 1936 Prospectus; School Girls for School 1920s, 1936 The magazine celebrated the 21st anniversary of the As a former Head Girl, Jeffreys opening of the school. wrote the magazine. congratulation published letter of in a A.25 Student A.25-A.27 1920-1921 1920-1928 Registration; Certificate. External Student, University of London Used at the back for notes of postal expenses 1968- 1969. Exercise book inscribed ‘DYNAMICS LENT TERM MISS CAVE’ on front cover. Used from the front for notes from January 1922. 1924-1928 BA, MA and PhD certificates Roll of four certificates. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.28-A.36 CAREER, HONOURS AND AWARDS 1912-1996 ‘Testimonials’. Contents of envelope so inscribed. 1925-1932 Testimonial letters and references for Jeffreys. Also includes particulars of jobs applied for. ‘Correspondence with envelope so inscribed Girton & others’. Contents of 1936-1942 Chiefly correspondence re Jeffreys’s resignation from her post as Lecturer in Mathematics at Manchester University and return to Girton College in 1938. includes Also mathematician H.R. Hassé, 1936. earlier testimonial from the German Fellowship Applications of the Institute of Mathematics and _ its A.30, A.31 A.30 1995-1996 1995 arising, including letters 1995-1996 Certificate of election. Correspondence congratulation Arrangements, programme, certificate Honorary D.Sc., University of Saskatchewan, 1995 of Jeffreys’s speech of thanks Programmes for the ceremony; certificate; 2pp typescript Honorary D.Sc., the Open University, June 1996 Includes drafts of the citation for Jeffreys. Correspondence re arrangements A.32-A.35 1995-1996 A.32 1995-1996 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 Correspondence arising Includes photographs of the occasion. Material re Bertha Blaxby (aunt) 1912, 1996 Includes original certificate (1912). Blaxby received the LL.A. diploma from the University of St Andrews in This was a remote learning certificate somewhat analogous to an Open University degree. 1912. Honorary membership, International Society for Bayesian Analysis A.37-A.64 DIARIES AND JOURNALS 1975-1999 1975 1976 1977 Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. 1978 1979 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 1980 Spiral bound diary. 1981 Spiral bound diary. 1982 Spiral bound diary. 1983 Spiral bound diary. 1984 1985 1986 1987 Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. Spiral bound diary. 1987-1988 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 1987 Pocket diary. Mostly used as a jotter. 1989 Spiral bound diary. 1989 Pocket diary. Mostly used as a jotter. 1990 Spiral bound diary. 1990 1991 1992 Hardback diary. Hardback diary. Pocket diary. Mostly used as a jotter. Hardback diary. 1993 1994 Hardback diary. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 1995 Hardback diary. 1996 Hardback diary. 1997 Hardback diary. 1998 Hardback diary. 1999 Hardback diary. A.65-A.88 A.65, A.66 1920-1994 A.65-A.74 Birthdays Eightieth Birthday SOCIAL OCCASIONS AND EVENTS Birthday Party, Girton College Congratulations and A personal messages, reminiscences or similar. Ninetieth Birthday greetings cards. few have 2 folders. Not indexed. A.67-A.74 A.67 1983, 1993 1983 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.68-A.74 Congratulations and greetings cards A few have personal messages, reminiscences or similar. Not indexed. 7 folders. A.75-A.83 Social functions and concerts 1920-1994 Arranged chronologically. 9 folders. A.84-A.88 Funeral and Memorial Services A.84-A.87 Orders of service etc. 1954-1992 1954, 1980- 1990 Memorial Service for Elisabeth Hertz Correspondence and papers re service, Church, Girton, Cambridge, 7 October. St Andrew's Contents of Jeffreys’s envelope divided into four for ease of reference. Elisabeth Hertz (1864-1941), the widow of the German physicist H.R. Hertz (1857-1894) had fled the Nazis in the 1930s. She died in Cambridge, her grave virtually unnoticed until 1992. 1973-1993 Pocket notebook used for observations and notes on holidays A.89-A.93 HOLIDAYS Shropshire, Yorkshire. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.90-A.92 ‘Travel 1990-91’ Contents of Jeffreys’s folder so inscribed. 1973, 1990- 1991 Austria, July-August 1973 USA, April-May 1990 Australia, 1990 1990-1991 France, May-June 1993 A.94-A.186 LIFE OF SIR HAROLD JEFFREYS 1914-1998 A.116-A.151 A.168-A.181 A.182-A.186 A.94-A.103 Death of Sir Harold Jeffreys A.152-A.161 Biographical Memoir A.162-A.167 Memorials A.104-A.115 Biographical material Obituaries, tributes and reminiscences Correspondence re Sir Harold Jeffreys to the funeral, and photographs. Includes Sir Harold’s death and manuscript lists of those to be invited The work of Sir Harold Jeffreys Death of Sir Harold Jeffreys drafts of letters notifying colleagues of A.94 Funeral etc A.94-A.103 1989-1990 1989 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.95-A.103 Letters of Condolence 1989-1990 Letters and cards of condolence. Not indexed. A.95-A.98 March 1989 4 folders. A.99, A.100 April 1989 2 folders. May-June 1989 Undated A.104-A.115 Biographical material 1914-1991 July 1989-January 1990 Certificate of Election to the Royal Society Miscellaneous material reflecting interests of Slr Harold Jeffreys, retained by Lady Jeffreys. Shapley re proposed visit to the USA Class list for Harold Jeffreys’s lectures on ‘Physics of the Earth’s Interior’ Correspondence between Sir Harold Jeffreys and H. ca 1920 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 Miscellaneous on antiquarian interest, and manuscript notes. newspaper cuttings matters of 1919-1930 Found in (later) labelled envelope (retained). ‘The vulture and the husbandman’ Poem in ‘Lousie Caroline’. the style of Lewis Carroll under the name With a little miscellaneous material found therewith. by Sir Harold Jeffreys at Moscow Poster for lecture Observatory Hand-made poster. In Russian. A.109-A.113 1989-1994 5 folders. a Contents of folder so labelled: photocopy typescript and manuscript draft; correspondence with Jeffreys. ‘Studies on the detective stories of Dr R. Austin Freeman featuring Dr Thorndyke’ by Clifford Evans Sir Harold Jeffreys was an afficiando of these detective stories and wrote an introduction to the Studies in the form of letter 1977. Evans corresponded with Lady Jeffreys after Sir Harold’s death. 1914-1977 Miscellaneous material on Sir Harold Jeffreys’s natural history interests Exhibition Collection Cambridge the Cambridgeshire St John’s College of of photographs Sir Harold Newspaper cutting; covering letter. from Jeffreys, B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 ‘Jonas Rowbottom’s Cowcake’ ca 1919 Duplicated satirical material on bureaucratization in agriculture. inefficiencies of State A.116-A.151 Obituaries, tributes and reminiscences A.116 ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys’ by R. Hide, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 1989 7pp typescript. 1989-1998 1989 ‘Some reminiscences’ by Sir Harold Jeffreys, Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, vol 25 March/April 1989 1988-1989 Copy correspondence. of Bulletin with Harold Jeffreys’s’ article; Published posthumously as a tribute. of A.118-A.120 1989-1990 Inference in Econometrics and _ Programme; correspondence arising ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys. remarks on my association and work with him’ by V.S. Huzurbazar 20th Anniversary Meeting of the NBER-NSF Seminar on Bayesian Statistics dedicated to the Memory of Sir Harold Jeffreys, Chicago, 27-28 October 1989 1989-1990 A videotape was made of this talk and a copy sent to Lady Jeffreys. Sir Harold contribution ‘The Jeffreys to Bayesian inference’ by S. Geisser (reprinted from 1980); ‘Some comments on Sir Harold Jeffreys’ by T. Leonard the works and influence of 17pp typescript. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 ‘Professor personal account by Bertha Swirles (Lady Jeffreys)’ Jeffreys Harold F.R.S. Sir 1891-1989. A 2pp typescript with manuscript annotation. ‘Professor Sir Harold Jeffreys (1891-1989)’ by Sir Alan Cook, Cambridge Review, vol 11 (March 1980) 15pp typescript Jeffreys’s comments; copy as published. Jeffreys draft sent to for comment; ‘Harold Jeffreys’ by Sir Alan Cook, lecture to Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, 18 December 1990 1990, 1992 10pp typescript draft; copy as published (1992); covering correspondence; photographs. The article is in Italian. with A.V. Kozenko 1990-1991 consult Sir Harold’s A.125-A.129 re _ proposed See also J.89-J.93. Correspondence biography of Sir Harold Jeffreys Kozenko visited Cambridge to papers. Kozenko collaborated with V.N. Zharkov on an article on Sir Harold (see A.141). His article ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys, Pioneer of Modern Planetology’, was published in Optics and Astronomy. Proceedings of the XXth International Congress of History of Science. Volume 12, 2001. 5pp typescript draft of Jeffreys’s article Chance magazine was marking the centenary of Harold Jeffreys’s birth. ‘Harold Chance magazine, 1991 Jeffreys. Proof of Jeffreys’s article Some reminiscences’ 1990-1993 by Jeffreys, Sir B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 9pp typescript draft Lindley, with manuscript corrections by Jeffreys of biographical account by D.V. A.128, A.129 Correspondence with D.V. Lindley and editors of Chance 1990-1991, 1993 2 folders. Untitled lecture on Sir Harold Jeffreys by M.M. Woolfson, given at Royal Astronomical Society meeting, April 19pp typescript; brief correspondence. A.131-A.133 ‘The acoustic probing of global ocean warming’ by W.H. Munk, Sir Harold Jeffreys Centenary Lecture, Trinity College Cambridge, 23 April 1991 1990-1991 Correspondence re arrangements Correspondence Poster, menu for dinner, 3 photographs A.134-A.140 Relating Geophysical Structures 1990-1994 Symposium on and Processes, 20th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, 14-15 August 1991 Aki and R. Dmowska, Geophysical Monograph 76 (1993) This symposium was known as the Jeffreys Symposium. The proceedings were published in 1993, with B.A. Bolt’s contribution ‘Jeffreys and the Earth’ as the first chapter. ‘Relating Geophysical Structures and Processes’, eds. K. The IUGG was marking the centenary of Jeffreys’s birth. Sir Harold Correspondence re symposium arrangements B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 Correspondence re published volume Correspondence with ‘Jeffreys and the Earth’ B.A. Bolt, including re article 1989-1994 The correspondence ranges widely and takes in personal news and reminiscences. article, 12pp typescript, with article, 21pp typescript, with draft’ ‘First Jeffreys’s corrections of Bolt’s ‘Second draft’ Jeffreys’s corrections of Bolt’s Offprint Sir Harold by N. re includes tribute to See also A.124. Folder Kondorskaya. also Copies of typescript drafts and of article as published (in Russian); English translations. ‘The greatest geophysicist of the twentieth century’ by V.N. Zharkov and A.V. Kozenko, Priroda no. 4 (1991) Williams, in Chambers’ Dictionary of Scientists ‘A Practical Advice’, anecdote about Sir Harold Jeffreys in IUCAA Bulletin (India), July Correspondence published Memorial to Harold Jeffreys Geological Correspondence re entry on Sir Harold Jeffreys by C.A. of America 1992-1993 1992-1993 Society B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 ‘High Resolution studies of the auroral ionosphere’ by P.J.S. Harold Jeffreys Lecture, 12 November Astronomical Williams, Society Royal Notice, with apology for misspelling of surname. ‘Harold Jeffreys’ Print-out from manuscript corrections by her. Jeffreys by internet source, with ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys - An interview by Geological Survey. H. Spall, US Print-out by Jeffreys from internet source. The interview dated from 1980 A.149-A.151 drafts focus on his achievements as 8pp typescript with covering letter. Drafts on Sir Harold by Lady Jeffreys ‘Jeffreys, Sir Harold (1891-1989)’ by A. Zellner, entry for Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavorial Sciences a These three naturalist and may be early forms of the work published as ‘Reminiscences and Discoveries. Harold Jeffreys from 1891 to 1940’, Notes and Records of the Royal Society vol 46 (1992). 14pp typescript draft annotated ‘Not accepted’. ‘Reminiscences of Harold Jeffreys F.R.S. (1891-1989) ‘Harold Jeffreys F.R.S., Naturalist, (1891-1989)’ App typescript annotated ‘DRAFT. Replaced’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys F.R.S. (1891-1989)’ 10pp typescript draft; references. A.152-A.161 Biographical Memoir 1989-1991 The memoir by Sir Alan Cook, ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys 21 [sic] April 1891-18 March 1989’ appeared in Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society vol 36 (1990). Correspondence with A.H. Cook re memoir 1989-1990 ‘R.S. Biographical Memoir’, correspondence with A.H. Cook found in sequence so labelled 1989-1990 Note on ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys’s contributions to statistics and the theory of scientific method’ by G.A. Barnard Sent to Cook in the preparation of the memoir. Typescript draft of memoir, with manuscript corrections Bibliography of Sir Harold Jeffreys Draft bibliography with Jeffreys’s manuscript corrections Correspondence re errors in the memoir Copy of memoir as published, with Jeffreys’s manuscript corrections and typescript errata Jefffreys’s ‘Comments on proof’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 Correspondence from friends and colleagues receiving copies of the memoir A.162-A.167 Memorials A.162 Memorial to Sir Harold Jeffreys 1989-1997 1989-1990 Correspondence with vicar of Longhorsley; photograph. An inscription was added to his parents’ gravestone at Longhorsley, Morpeth, Northumberland. A.163-A.167 The Jeffreys Building, St John’s College Innovation Park 1990-1997 The decision to name a building in the new innovation park after Sir Harold Jeffreys was made shortly before his death. In 1991 a tapestry by the artist Alison Mitchell was commissioned and later a memorial plaque and portrait were unveiled. 1989-1990 1993-1994 1995-1997 Correspondence re tapestry Correspondence re Jeffreys Building Correspondence re memorial plaque St John’s College printed publicity material 1989-1990 Includes photographs of the tapestry and the portrait. Correspondence re Sir Harold Jeffreys Design of tapestry; wording of plaque Includes correspondence re Sir Harold’s_ offprint A.168 Correspondence A.168-A.181 1915-1998 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 collection and archives. Correspondence with D. King-Hele re the early life of Sir Harold Jeffreys 1991-1992 A.170-A.172 Correspondence re friends and colleagues and other aspects of the early life of Sir Harold Jeffreys 1915, 1917, 1991 3 folders. At A.171 are letters to Sir Harold 1915 and 1917. Correspondence re arms of Armstrong College 1991-1992 Correspondence with K. Crossley-Holland re folklore of county Durham. Correspondence ‘Harold’s rooms’ Includes 1969 letter of Sir Harold with typescript of ‘The Lambton Worm’. Contents of envelope so inscribed: information sent to Jeffreys 3 folders. Correspondence and papers re corrections to Home is where the Wind Blows by F.Hoyle Correspondence with J.M. Lewis re photograph of Harold ‘Cambridge Jeffreys, The Observatory vol 116 (1996). Professors and the Observatories’ by Sir 1994-1995 A.178-A.180 1995-1996 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 out pointed Jeffreys Hoyle’s autobiography relating to his accounts of events (in which Sir Harold was involved) in Cambridge astronomy in the 1940s and 1950s. a number of errors in Correspondence 1996-1998 A.182-A.186 The work of Sir Harold Jeffreys Miscellaneous material retained by Jeffreys. Newspaper cuttings of reports on meetings on ‘Evolution of the Universe’ and ‘The Neutron’ Proof of chapter ‘Seismology’ by Harold Jeffreys, with manuscript corrections. re reprinting of The Theory of 1978-1999 Correspondence Probability Correspondence re 6th edition of The Earth Foreword to the history of the Royal Astronomical Society 1920-1980 etc. Jeffreys was very conscious of her Northamptonshire roots. Correspondence, notes, newspaper cuttings, family trees FAMILY AND LOCAL HISTORY A.187-A.203 A.187-A.195A Family history 1871-1999 1871-1999 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 In alphabetical order by subject. Blaxley family 1909-1987 The Blaxleys were Jeffreys’s mother’s family. Davie family Davies The family. were Jeffreys’s paternal grandmother’s A.189, A.190 Lenton family 1980-1993 2 folders. The Lentons were Jeffreys’s maternal grandmother’s family. 4 folders. 1984-1999 1871-1929 1922-1999 A.196-A.203 Northampton history A.191-A.194 Swirles family for members of the Blaxley and Collection of ‘In Memoriam’ cards etc The Swirles were Jeffreys’s father’s family. Some are Lenton families, others do not seem to be connected to Jeffreys’s family. 1977-1997 Newspaper cuttings, memorabilia etc. Northampton town 1922, 1924, Abington Manor B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.198-A.203 Northampton School for Girls 1976-1999 Jeffreys attended this school 1915-1921 (see A.15-A.24). 1976-1981 70th Anniversary A.200, A.201 75th Anniversary 2 folders. A.202, A.203 80th Anniversary and later 1995; 1999 2 folders. A.204, A.205 2 folders. 1964-1969 1989-1999 A.204-A.207 ESTATE AND ARCHIVES 1964-1999 Estate of Henrietta Swirles, mother Correspondence re Sir Harold’s and her own archives. n.d. Letter 1989; manuscript notes, possibly re disposal of book collection, n.d. COMMONPLACE, ADDRESS AND ACCOUNT BOOKS re portrait given to St John’s College, A.208-A.215 1907-1989, B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 ‘DAY BOOK’ 1907-1912, 1956-1959 Used for notes of household expenses by Jeffreys’s mother for household expenses and addresses 1956-1959. 1907-1912, Jeffreys and by A little loose material at front. ‘The Shakespeare Book’ Swirles May 22nd [19]12’ on first page Birthday inscribed ‘Bertha 1912-1974 or later Commonplace book Swirles. A book of extracts from prose & poetry. 1917’ inscribed page first on ‘Bertha 1917-1918 Loose material at front includes photograph ?of mother. Pocket notebook used for household accounts 1923-1926 Loose material intercalated. Address and telephone book Pocket notebook used for household accounts Pocket notebook used for household accounts 2000. Ringback for Russian language notes, jottings Three passports, covering 1958-1968, 1969-1979, 1990- MEMORABILIA A.216-A.226 A.216-A.218 notebook used addresses, contacts, Passports 1979-1989 1935-1996 1958-1990 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 Leather wallet used for membership cards 1965-1999 Plastic Cambridge University bodies wallet used for membership cards, chiefly Newspaper cuttings, transcribed poems etc. Found inside old wallet (not retained). feature Jeffreys in Australia. 1959 cuttings Miscellaneous certificates Membership of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 1928; Registration as a teacher and member of of the Royal Society of Teachers, 1930; Certificate of trees planted by Jeffreys in the Weizmann Forest, Israel, in the name of Bertha Blaxley, 1965. 1959, 1973, 1980 and n.d. 1928, 1930, 1965 ‘New Statesman competition 1935’ Contents of envelope so labelled: cuttings from the New Statesman magazine with entries for competitions. 1991-1996 Literature and correspondence re Single Transferable Vote method of Proportional Representation Jeffreys was in part interested in the use of this system for College elections. ?Translation of work by Igor Belz on Claude Debussy 13pp manuscript. Masters for circular Christmas letters B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.227-A.243 PHOTOGRAPHS See also A.34, A.210, E.78, H.93A, J.31, J.81. Jeffreys in her pram ‘aged about 6 months’ ca 1903 2 mounted photographs (identical but one rather faded). Photographs of Jeffreys as young girl 2 mounted photographs. School photograph of ‘Northampton School for 1915-16’ Girls 1915-1916 Photographs of Jeffreys aged 16 2 photographs. Folder also includes two shapshots of the Jeffreys’s, ?0n honeymoon. Two photographs of Wedding Cake of Sir Harold Jeffreys and Bertha Swirles Cambridge Photograph of Jeffreys and P.L. Hodges at International Conference Scientists, Photographs from ‘Hinckley Speech Day 1955’ of Women Engineers and _ See also J.31. Mounted photograph of Jeffreys 2 mounted group photographs. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 Portrait photographs of Jeffreys 2 mounted photographs. Group photograph of ‘Girton College Governing Body’ ?1960s Photographs of Jeffreys from visit to Japan 9 photographs. Several also feature Sir Harold Jeffreys. See also F.16-F.21. Photographs of Jeffreys from social gathering ?in Los Angeles 2 photographs, covering card from M. Boyarskaya. photographs of Jeffreys from ‘Saxl-Williams Two wedding’ 2 mounted photographs. Portrait photographs of Jeffreys Photograph of Jeffreys at home Possibly of a ladies educational establishment. photographs 3 identified. Mounted group photograph of female family members. Family photographs N.d. ?19C None ?1890s B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Biographical, A.1-A.245 A.244, A.245 AUDIO CASSETTES Recording of Kate Perry, interviewing Jeffreys at her home, 30 January 1989 Archivist of Girton College, Boots FI 90 cassette tape. Recording of Jeffreys being interviewed for Northampton School for Girls The recording begins with photograph of the school. Jeffreys's talking about a Memorex dBSI 90 cassette tape. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION B GIRTON COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE, B.1-B.43 1959-1996 Jeffreys was elected a Fellow of Girton in 1938 (Life Fellow 1969). She was Director of Studies for Music 1939-1947, and Mathematics 1949-1969. She served on the College’s Governing Body and was Vice-Mistress 1966-1969. B.1-B.17 ADMINISTRATION B.18-B.28 COLLEGE HISTORY B.29-B.40 GIRTON CORRESPONDENCE B.41-B.43 MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATION 1963-1996 B.1-B.8 B.1 1970 1975-1976 1970-1991 1970-1991 B.1-B.12 Governing Body Bil7, G.K. Williams Prize Fund B.1-B.12 Governing Body Papers of Meetings of the Governing Body B.13-B.16 Directorship of Studies College. Changes to College Statutes and the possible admission of men to the College. Admission of men and possible ‘alliance’ with another B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Girton College Cambridge, B.1-B.43 1977-1978 New class of Fellows; changes to voting method. 1979-1980 Amendments to Fellowship statutes. 1981-1982 1986 Changes to Statutes. 1987-1988 1989-1991 Governing Body correspondence 1979-1984 1970, 1974 1978-1980 Correspondence re provision of a music room. 1970-1989 Chiefly correspondence re size of Fellowship and method of election of Honorary Fellows. 1979-1989 Fellowship nominations. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Girton College Cambridge, B.1-B.43 B.13-B.16 Directorship of Studies 1963-1984 Contents of in Mathematics 1949-1969’: correspondence re admissions. inscribed ‘Director Studies folder of Jeffreys was Director of Studies for Mathematics for the College 1949-1969. 1963-1966 1973-1984 1991-1996 Girtonians B.18-B.25 B.18-B.28 COLLEGE HISTORY G.K. Williams Prize Fund This fund for helping Girton graduates with the cost of professional legal training, was established by Cicely Mary Williams (1920-1995), a Girton graduate, in memory of her husband G.K. Williams. Cartwright May include biographical accounts, obituaries and orders of service (funeral and memorial), and correspondence. It is assembled over many years and includes earlier material. Sylvia Mary Benians; Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon; Muriel Helen Maud Cam; Mary L. Clara Bradbrook; Biographical Jeffreys. 1980, 1992, n.d. material on Girtonians assembled by N.d. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Girton College Cambridge, B.1-B.43 Beryl Durrant correspondence Includes Day celebrations at Girton College, and typescript drafts of tribute Girton College Newsletter. to Durrant by Jeffreys for Armistice 1918 the re Muriel Kathleen Grindrod Includes manuscript draft of obituary by Jeffreys for the Girton College Newsletter. Norah C. Mary Peace; Brenda Edith Ryman Jolliffe; Barbara Mary Middlehurst; Kathleen Includes Jeffreys’ obituary of Middlehurst in Q. J. R. astr. Soc. vol 36 (1995). E. Winifred Parsons Mary Taylor Muriel Young Edith Shuttleworth B. Thomas; Deris Wheatley; Includes manuscript and typescript drafts of obituary by Jeffreys for Girton College Newsletter. established at Girton in 1914. Information Studentships and Funds. The Yarrow Awards (after Yarrow Scientific Awards Alfred Yarrow) were Grace Grisholm re recipients of Yarrow Fellowships, Sir B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Girton College Cambridge, B.1-B.43 Miscellaneous material historical interest relating to Girton College of at Girton’ by A. Cunningham The Empire Annual for Girls 1910, and material Includes ‘A day of my life from relating to Emily Davies (MIstress 1872-1875). Newspaper cuttings relating to Girton B.29-B.40 GIRTON CORRESPONDENCE 1959-1980, n.d. Series of correspondence kept together by Jeffreys and identified as correspondence with Girtonians. Many of the correspondents also feature in section J. ‘Letters from Girton Fellows to BJ in Australia 1959” 1971-1972 B.30-B.34 1964-1980 1964-1967 1968-1969 of envelope so inscribed: Contents of envelope so inscribed. ‘Letters from Girtonians (mostly Mathematics graduates)’ Contents correspondence including personal and career news, reminiscences and requests for advice. 1974-1975, 1980, n.d. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Girton College Cambridge, B.1-B.43 B.35-B.40 ‘Girton’ 1963-1980 Contents of file so labelled: correspondence including personal and career news, reminiscences and requests for advice. 1963, 1974-1975 One letter only for 1963. B.41-B.43 1988-1994 1988, 1991, Jeffreys’s College See also J.186. gift of a Bechstein grand piano to Girton MISCELLANEOUS 1994 of computer and printer to the College Jeffreys’s gift Library Miscellaneous correspondence B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION C RESEARCH, C.1-C.81 1925-1983 and n.d. is of research Jeffreys’s documentation in the form of The not extensive. However, there is good documentation of her most significant periods of research. There are a few notebooks from her period as a research student under R.H. Fowler in Cambridge in the mid-1920s but the bulk of the material is a series of labelled research folders organised by topic containing notes and drafts, calculations and offprints. A number of the items in the series are accompanied by later explanatory notes by Jeffreys. The series includes material from the winter semester of 1927-1928 spent in Géttingen, where she worked under Max Born and Werner Heisenberg; from the late 1920s relating to her research on polarization of atomic cores, a topic suggested to her by D.R. Hartree; work on degenerate gases in the 1930s; and on the relativistic self-consistent field from the 1930s through to the 1970s. Research material from after her marriage includes work in the 1950s on Multipole Radiation. There is only a little material illustrative of her developing interest her husband, although there is additional material preserved in the archive of Sir Harold. in areas of study introduced to her by C.1-C.4 C.5-C.60 C.61-C.81 RESEARCH FOLDERS It is arranged as follows: OTHER RESEARCH MATERIAL POSTGRADUATE NOTEBOOKS papers include some a former student Mary Other miscellaneous research documentation of the work of Walmsley from the 1960s and early 1970s. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 POSTGRADUATE NOTEBOOKS 1925-1927 Hardback notebook inscribed ‘ABSTRACTS |’ on front cover 1925-1926 inside Inscribed Girton College’ and ‘May 1925-December 1926’. Used for notes on the literature. Paginated 1-158. Swirles ‘Bertha cover front Hardback notebook inscribed ‘ABSTRACTS II’ on front cover 1926-1940 inside Inscribed cover College’ and ‘December 1926’. on the literature. Paginated (incomplete) 1-107. ‘Bertha Girton Used to 1940 for notes Swirles front Hardback notebook inscribed ‘BERTHA SWIRLES’ on front cover and ‘RELATIVITY’ on spine 1925-1927 Relativity’ and Inscribed inside front cover ‘Theory of ‘December 1925’. Includes notes on the literature. Hardback notebook inscribed ‘BERTHA SWIRLES’ and labelled ‘QUANTUM THEORY’ on front cover Between pp 60-61 is correspondence from D.R. Hartree with calculations. Paginated 1-360. Includes notes on the literature, notes on lectures by R.H. Fowler (from p73 and p258), Dirac (from p162). 1925-1978 This sequence is Jeffreys’s own arrangement of folders on specific research topics. The bulk are identified by Jeffreys herself by index cards (C.6) and a filing cabinet index (C.7). Many correspond to publications by Jeffreys and appropriate cross-references are included. RESEARCH FOLDERS B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 Box of index cards labelled ‘Bertha Jeffreys’, used for listing research folders, arranged by topic and numbered The research topics are numbered 1-9, 0 and 1A-3A and correspond to those identified also in the filing cabinet index at C.6. Some of the index cards have notes on the physical location of the material and the bulk relate to identified folders. Other sets of index cards in the box were used to record notes, letters etc on historical and other topics. There are sets of cards on Ebenezer Cunningham, Philip Jourdain, ‘Letters Teaching of Mathematics to Physicists 1943-5’, and other topics. concerning Committee on Filing cabinet index to research folders ‘Polarisation theory’ of cores on Kramer’s and Heisenberg’s 1925, 1926 See also D.1, D.2 and D.3, D.4. Contents of folder so labelled (at a later date). At C.8 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978. ‘Polarisation of atomic cores’ and ‘Internal conversion’ Contents of folder so inscribed: letter from D.R. Hartree, October 1925; copy of Zeitschrift fur Physik vol 36 no. 2 (1926), with manuscript calculations inserted in article by A. Undéld, 'Uber die Termgréssen der Serienspektren'; manuscript notes. 1927-1992 ‘Some applications of the theory of perturbations in the Quantum Mechanics’, Jeffreys’s Ph.D. thesis 83pp typescript, with a few later manuscript calculations intercalated. Explanatory polarisation Mechanics (just!)’ note of by atomic Jeffreys, cores” was beginning before ‘ “The Quantum B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 Offprint of ‘The internal conversion coefficient for radium C’ by H.R. Hulme, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, vol 138 (1932), with manuscript notes by Jeffreys at front. Later manuscript calculations These appear to Jeffreys’s Ph.D. thesis and early publications. reworkings of be calculations 1976, 1978, 1992) n.d: ?in C.12; C13 Offprints Jeffreys 2 folders. by others, some with minor annotations by 1927-1936 ‘Rydberg-Ritz formula in Wave Mechanics’ ca 1927-ca 1930 Contents of folder so inscribed: notes and calculations on the Rydberg-Ritz formula and work of Schrédinger. Contents of folder so labelled (at a later date). See also D.5, D.12. 1931-1942, 1978 1931, 1978 C.15-C.18 ‘1931-3 Stellar opacity’ At C.15 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978. Explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978; correspondence with E.A. Milne, May 1931 1935-1942 Offprint of ‘The co-efficients of absorption and opacity of a partially degenerate gas’ by Jeffreys (see D.12) with later corrections intercalated; manuscript calculation of ‘Absorption per unit intensity...’ interiors’ dated February manuscript calculations Manuscript notes on 1935 1939, 1942 (Students’ ‘Stellar Colloquium); B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 Manuscript calculations C.19-C.27 ‘The Relativistic S.C.F.’ 1935-1976 of folder Contents correspondence, Relativistic Self-Consistent Field. so notes labelled and calculations on _ (at a later date): the At C.19 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978. The mathematical technique known as the Relativistic Self-Consistent Field method (now known as the Hartree- Fock method, see C.74) is an approximate method for the determination of the ground-state wavefunction and ground-state energy of a quantum many-body system. The three following folders (C.28-C.34, C.35-C.37 and C.38-C.43) the Relativistic Self-Consistent Field method. included material relating also to See also D.12A and D.13. of ‘The 3 folders. ca 1935 C.20-C.22 Relativistic Self-Consistent Manuscript drafts Field’ Manuscript drafts on ‘The wave-mechanics of an atom with 10 electrons’ and ‘treatment by quantum mechanics of a many-electron atom’ Explanatory note by Jeffreys, ‘[...] After the conference in London in 1934 D.R.H. [Hartree] suggested setting up the equations for the relativistic self-consistent field [...]’ 1961-1972 Manuscript ‘Corrections and additions’ to ‘The Relativistic Self-Consistent Field’, sent to D.R. Hartree, 1947 Correspondence from Sondheimer 1972 on relativistic self-consistent fields |.P. Grant 1961-1964 and E.H. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 Manuscript notes and calculations 2 folders. C.28-C.34 ‘Helium triplets 1936’ 1936-1992 Contents (at correspondence, notes and calculations. labelled folder so of a later date): At C.28 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1977 and 1992. by Jeffreys beginning, Explanatory note ‘This was a laborious piece of work and the comparison with [I.P.] Grant’s work was never fully worked out...! tried about 1950 to do this but without success’, 1977 with 1992 addition 1977, 1992 Correspondence to Jeffreys 1936, 1952 2 folders C32) C:33 Manuscript calculations Sets of manuscript calculations numbered I-VI Manuscript draft beginning, ‘The method of the s.c.f. has proved extremely fruitful in giving accurately the position of spectral terms [...]’ correspondence, notes and calculations. ‘Gray & Wills method for J-J coupling 1938’ Offprints by Gentaro Araki 1937, 1939 later date): of folder so C.35-C.37 Contents labelled (at a B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 Letter from E.H.S. Burhop, 31 March, enclosing offprint of ‘The relativistic theory of the Auger Effect’ by Burhop and H.S.W. Massey, Proceedings of the Royal Society A vol 153 (1936) Manuscript drafts on ‘The interaction of two electrons taking into account retardation in the self-consistent field method’ and the Gray and Wills method Manuscript calculations C.38-C.43 ‘1942 Anomaly in spectrum of O++’ C.38 Offprint of ‘Self-Consistent Field, including exchange and superposition of configurations, with some results for oxygen’ by Jeffreys, D.R. Hartree and W. Hartree, with pages of manuscript calculations intercalated ca 1940-ca 1942 ca 1940 ca 1942 See also D.15. See also D.20. Manuscript tables ?of results of calculations, some in softback exercise book Typescript and manuscript rough draft of ‘Note on an Anomaly in the Spectrum of O++’ by Jeffreys Published in Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. 38, part 3 (1942), 290-295. 1950-1960 Manuscript calculations and notes ‘Multipoles 1950-1952’ C.41-C.43 date): Contents correspondence and notes relating to ‘The Classification labelled folder later (at so of a 3 folders. C.44-C.48 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 of Multipole Radiation’, Philosophical Society, vol 48, (1952). Proceedings of the Cambridge At C.44 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978 and 1992. See also D.35. Correspondence 1950-1960 Manuscript and typescript draft of ‘The Classification of Multipole Radiation’ Typescript Radiation’ draft of ‘The Classification of Multipole With covering note as sent to unidentified colleague. 1961, 1964 Jackson, 10 August 1954, with ‘Quantum defect method etc’ from Letter manuscript notes T.A.S. Letter from M. Fierz, 25 November 1950, with manuscript notes on work of Fierz Contents of folder so labelled: correspondence with M.J. Smeaton, 1961, arising from equations in Smeaton’s article, ‘The Quantum Defect Method’, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society vol 118 (1958) copy enclosed. Also some manuscript notes and calculations, 1964. The material chiefly relates to a discrepancy between a At C.50 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978, headed ‘Representation of the Rotation Group’. Contents of folder so labelled (at a later date). C.50-C.56 ‘Tesseral harmonics 1964-74’ 1964-1975 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 result in Jeffreys’s article, ‘Transformation of Tesseral 10 (1965), Harmonics under Rotation’, Geophys. J. his book 141-145, and a formula of A.R. Edmonds in Angular (first published 1957). Momentum Mechanics Quantum vol in See also D.44. Correspondence; ‘The Series’ by Jeffreys, 4pp typescript, 1964 history of the Clebsch-Gordan 1964-1965 See also C.57-C.60. ‘R.R. Allan Archie McKerrell’ 1966-1968 Contents of envelope of inscribed: correspondence with Allan and McKerrell on Edmonds’s equations. Also includes ‘Transformation of Spherical Harmonics under Rotation’ by Allan, 6pp photocopy manuscript. the rotation and evaluation C.54-C.56 ‘R.W. James’ 1974, 1975 Contents of envelope of inscribed: correspondence with Includes photocopy of ‘A Taylor James and K.E. Bullen. to Series approach of spherical harmonics’. Correspondence with Edmonds, with photocopies of sections of Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics (1957 and 1968 editions); manuscript notes; other related correspondence 1963-1978 Contents date): correspondence and papers re history of the Clebsch- Gordan series arising from ‘Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients’ Sets of manuscript notes and calculations, chiefly on work of Edmonds ‘Clebsch-Gordan Series’ of folder so C.57-C.60 3 folders. labelled (at a later B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 of Multipole Radiation’, Philosophical Society, vol 48, (1952). Proceedings of the Cambridge At C.44 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978 and 1992. See also D.35. Correspondence 1950-1960 Manuscript and typescript draft of ‘The Classification of Multipole Radiation’ Typescript Radiation’ draft of ‘The Classification of Multipole With covering note as sent to unidentified colleague. ‘Quantum defect method etc’ 1961, 1964 Jackson, 10 August 1954, with from Letter manuscript notes T.A.S. Letter from M. Fierz, 25 November 1950, with manuscript notes on work of Fierz Contents of folder so labelled: correspondence with M.J. Smeaton, 1961, arising from equations in Smeaton’s article, ‘The Quantum Defect Method’, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society vol 118 (1958) copy enclosed. Also some manuscript notes and calculations, 1964. The material chiefly relates to a discrepancy between a At C.50 is an explanatory note by Jeffreys, 1978, headed ‘Representation of the Rotation Group’. Contents of folder so labelled (at a later date). ‘Tesseral harmonics 1964-74’ C.50-C.56 1964-1975 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 Hardback notebook inscribed inside front cover ‘Dennis V. Lindley [...]’ 1975-1982 Used for notes on the literature and calculations 1975, June 1981 and May-September 1982. Most pages not used. Loose material at front. ‘Escape of gases from the atmosphere’ Correspondence calculations with D.G. King-Hele; manuscript Miscellaneous notes and correspondence found in plastic wallet 1983 and n.d. ‘Dynamics of rigid bodies’ C.69-C.73 ‘Dynamics’ sequences or fragments thereof, May include teaching material. labelled: manuscript notes and Contents of folder so calculations. Contents of folder so labelled: manuscript notes, some in paginated and calculations. headed Note phenomenon’ Note headed ‘Hartree-Fock’ ‘Zwaan’s method & the Stokes 5 folders. 10pp manuscript. 12pp manuscript. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Research, C.1-C.81 1p typescript note on equation in Conduction of Heat in Solids by H.S. Carslaw and J.C. Jaeger (1959) Miscellaneous calculations found loose typescript and manuscript notes and Ring bound notebook used for bibliographical references format Large references index cards used for bibliographical Latest date 1957. Some annotated with notes and calcuations by Jeffreys. ‘M. Walmsley’ 1960-ca 1973 Institute, Oxford, under C.A. See also C.139. Contents calculations, note and offprint from work of Walmsley. labelled: correspondence, folder so _ of Correspondence, mathematical problems, offprint Mary Walmsley entered Girton College in 1960. After undergraduate studies she went on to research at the Mathematical Coulson before moving to the University of Leicester. including on E.E.G. Typescript draft ‘Bound stress of Finite Electric Dipole’; calculations, ‘Lower Bound Calculations’ 1960, 1965- 1967 and _ N.d., ca 1973 on a B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION D PUBLICATIONS, D.1-D.80 1926-1995 D.1-D.74 DRAFTS AND ARTICLES D.75-D.80 BOOK REVIEWS DRAFTS AND ARTICLES 1926-1995 C, are relate mathematical Cross-references material complements section Research. to research folders A This in number of publications where section C. There is also more coverage of Jeffreys’s appropriate. later under- represented in section C. The single largest component here documents ‘A the Parameter Q in electromagnetism’, Q. J/ R. astr. Soc. vol 26 (1985), 51-52 and ‘A footnote to “A Q-rious tale” ‘, Q. JI R. astr. Soc. vol 27 (1986), 693-694. interests, included Q-rious which origin are _ tale: the of to relating See also C.8-C.13. The Observatory vol Jeffreys’s reminiscences and For material accounts of Sir Harold Jeffreys see A.116-A.151. For Jeffreys’s biographical reminiscences of D.R. Hartree and offprints of two papers with him see H.47, H.48. ‘The polarisabilities of atomic cores’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society (1926) For ‘Cambridge Professors and the Observatories’ by Jeffreys, 116 (1996) see A.178- A.180. of the Royal Society A, vol. 116, (1927), 491-500 Earlier manuscript draft; list of Cambridge Philosophical Society papers July 1926. ‘The Internal Conversion of Gamma Rays’, Proceedings Offprint; manuscript draft stamped ‘Received 5 Jul. 1926’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 Offprint. See also C.8-C.13. Internal Conversion of Gamma Rays - ‘The Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 447-456 vol. Part Il’, 121, (1928), Offprint. See also C.8-C.13. ‘The absorption coefficient of a degenerate gas’, Monthly Notices of R.A.S., vol. 91 no. 8 (June 1931), 857-862 Offprint (2 copies). See also C.15-C.18. practical determination of self-consistent field of ‘The atoms’ No evidence of publication. ‘Chapter 2. Vectors’ Typescript draft with manuscript corrections. 55pp typescript, inscribed ‘(Revised, Oct ‘31)’. ‘Book on Mechanics with DRH [Hartree] 1931’ Contents of folder so labelled: drafts of chapters. Typescript draft annotated ‘2nd copy’. Typescript draft with covering note ‘This is the second draft of this chapter [...]’ ‘Chapter 4. The Laws of Motion’ ‘Chapter 2. Vectors’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 ‘Chapter 9. Motion of a System of Particles’ Typescript draft. Manuscript notes paginated 1-5, 20-35 found therewith. ‘The co-efficients of absorption and opacity of a partially degenerate gas’, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, vol. 141 (1933), 554-566 Offprint (2 copies). See also C.15-C.18. ‘The relativistic Self-Consistent Field’, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, vol. 152 (1935), 625-649 Annotated offprint. (2 copies, one inscribed See also C.19-C.27. ‘Copy with some ‘The relativistic interaction of two electrons in the Self- consistent Royal Society A, vol. 157 (1936), 680-696 Proceedings of method’, Field the See also C.19-C.27. Offprint corrections’). (1939), 229-247 ‘Self-Consistent and superposition of configurations, with some results for oxygen’ with D.R. Hartree and W. Hartree, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A, vol. 238 ‘The Construction of Zero Order Wave Functions for the Complex Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, vol 82 (Jan 1938), 21-28 Offprint (2 copies). Proceedings exchange Atoms’, Memoirs & of Field, including B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 Offprint, inscribed ‘Copy with corrections’. See also C.38. D.16-D.19 ‘Ch. IX. Central Orbits. J. Toft 26.10.39’ Contents of folder so inscribed. Folder also labelled (at a later date) ‘Central Fields’. ‘Chapter 9 Central Orbits’ Manuscript draft paginated 1-38 (lacks pages 25-27); list of contents. The draft has annotations in corrections or unclear points. It draft is possibly from the German. an original work by Jeffreys or the margin suggesting is not clear whether this a translation, 2 folders. on an Anomaly in the Spectrum of 2 folders. See also C.39. Manuscript notes Offprint (2 copies). Includes notes on ‘Elliptic motion’, ‘Periodic motion’ and ‘Motion of comet’ ‘Note O++’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. 38, part 3 (1942), 290-295 Proof; offprint on the Transparency of ‘Note Barrier’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. 38, part 4 (1942), 401-405 Potential 1942-1994 D.21-D.24 a B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 D.22-D.24 ‘Potential barriers 1942 + 1956’ 1942, 1956, 1977, 1994 Contents of folder so labelled divide into three for ease of reference: 1994 typescript note on the use by Harold Jeffreys and Bertha Swirles of the Wentzel-Kramers- Brillouin Approximation and the potential barrier problem; manuscript calculations, some dated 1956 and 1977. also contained offprints The folder the Transparency of a Potential Barrier’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. 38 (D.21) and ‘The Use of the Airy Functions in a Potential Barrier Problem’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol 52 (D.36). ‘Note on of D.25-D.34 Methods of Mathematical Physics, with Harold Jeffreys, Cambridge University Press, 1st ed. 1946 1946-1978 The Methods of Mathematical Physics, co-authored by the Jeffreys, became one of the most influential and widely used textbooks providing ‘an account of those parts of pure mathematics that are most frequently needed in physics’. the Proceedings of the Physical Society concluded, ‘There must be very few major techniques in theoretical physics which are not explained here and illustrated by some genuine examples. It remains, and is likely to continue for many years, an almost indispensable work of reference for anyone attempting research in theoretical physics.’ edition review first the of in in The material presented here should be consulted in conjunction with Sir Harold’s archive. the documentation preserved in a number of subsequent editions, including a It ran to paperback edition 1972, was also reprinted, most recently in 1999, and was translated into a number of languages. 1947-1949 From A.S. Besicovitch and L.F. Richardson. Corrections for 1962 reprinting Letters of appreciation Correspondence re Reviews of 1st edition 1946, 1947 reprint and corrections; D.27-D.29 corrected B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 pages of proof; manuscript and typescript corrections. 3 folders Letter re Russian language translation D.31-D.33 ‘MMP paperback. Working’ Contents of folder so labelled divided into three for ease of reference: manuscript notes and calculations. ‘MMP’ Contents of envelope so inscribed: correspondence re error in Methods of Mathematical Physics and possible Ath edition; manuscript calculations Offprint (2 copies). See also C.44-C.48. Offprint (2 copies). See also D.22-D.24. ‘The Classification of Multipole Radiation’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol 48, part 3 (1952), 470-481 ‘The Use of the Airy Functions in a Potential Barrier Problem’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol 52, part 2 (1956), 273-276 1957-1958 ‘The Asymptotic Approximation (AA) Method’, chapter 7 in ed. 1, Academic Press, New York, 1962, 229-249 Correspondence, chiefly with Bates D.37-D.39 1957-1966 D. R. Bates, Quantum Theory vol Reprinted 1966 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 Correspondence, chiefly re corrections 1960-1961, 1966 Proofs, with manuscript list of corrections; offprint 1960, 1961 D.40-D.43 Coulomb wave functions by A.R. Curtis, prepared under the direction of the Coulomb Wave Functions Panel of the Society, Cambridge University Press, 1964. Mathematical Committee, Tables Royal 1948-1962 Jeffreys wrote an introduction to the volume. ‘Coulomb Wave Functions by A.R. Curtis prepared under the direction of the Coulomb Wave Functions Panel of the Mathematical Tables Committee’ Draft tables. 1960-1962 so inscribed: paper of Panel 1953; inscribed: correspondence; ‘Coulomb Wave Function Tables’ ‘Coulomb Wave Function & D.R.H[artree]. I-IV’ Contents of envelope so manuscript notes. Contents of folder Society Mathematical manuscript notes. Correspondence, chiefly with A.R. Curtis re Jeffreys’s introduction. 1948, 1950 ‘Transformation of Tesseral Harmonics under Rotation’, Geophys. J. vol 10 (1965), 141-145 on Coulomb Wave Functions Tables Committee, the Royal the Jeffreys’s of Offprint (2 copies). See also C.50-C.56. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 Correspondence re Magnetism by B.M. Yanovsky possible translation of Terrestrial It was proposed by Israel Science Services to make a translation the translation. The proposal was later abandoned Jeffreys ‘vetting’ English with into ‘Euleriana’, Eureka no. 35 (Oct 1972), 26-30 Correspondence; 8pp typescript draft; manuscript notes; copy of Eureka no. 35. Eureka was the journal of the Archimedeans. Letter in support of better teaching of mathematics, to the Bulletin of its Applications Mathematics Institute and_ the of Typescript drafts; manuscript notes. article; offprint (2 1977-1980 D.48-D.50 1977, 1978 This was written following contributions by Mr Lyness and Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw in the Bulletin (June 1977). Correspondence re submission of copies) ‘The use of vectors in mechanics’, Mathematical Gazette, vol 62 (1983), 55 Correspondence arising, chiefly with C.D. Darlington and R.A. Lyttleton See also E.79. Letter by Jeffreys on Augustus de Morgan and the four- colour problem, Mathematical Gazette, ca 1979 Manuscript notes 1978, 1980 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 D.54-D.65 Publications, D.1-D.80 ‘Tidal friction in historical time and in the remote past’, Geophysical Journal vol 73 (1983), 765 -768 Offprint (2 copies). Letter by Jeffreys on John Couch Adams and College mathematical societies, to Eureka. ‘A familiar tensor identity and the Kronecker delta’, Letter to the Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, vol 21 (1985), 47 1984, 1985 Correspondence; typescript draft; published Letter; manuscript calculations. proof; photocopy of tale: Q-rious ‘A in electromagnetism’, Q. J/ R. astr. Soc. vol 26 (1985), 51- 52 the Parameter Q_ origin the of D.54-D.60 See also D.66. A., B. file on Q, 1983-1987 of Jeffreys’s 1983-1987 correspondence Correspondence on Q Contents organised by alphabetical divider. 1985, 1986 1983, 1986 1984-1986 1983-1986 1983-1986 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 1985, 1986 D.61-D.63 ‘Correspondence on “Q”’ 1985-1987 Contents of folder so labelled Drafts of articles on Q by P.B. Fellgett and K.L.Smith ca 1985 Correspondence re submission of ‘A Q-rious tale’ 1986--1987 Q?’, ‘Why manuscript notes manuscript notes so titled, and other typescript 3pp annotated). draft; proof; offprint (2 copies, one See also D.54-D.65. Photocopy background information on Q. 2pp corrected typescript draft; proof; offprint. ‘A footnote to “A Q-rious tale” ’, Q. U/ R. astr. Soc. vol 27 (1986), 693-694 1985-1987 This volume was initiated by the History of Physics Group of one-day symposium ‘The Education of Physicists Between the Wars’ and Industry, 30 October 1985. Correspondence, with publishers and editor, and other contributors ‘A Cambridge Research Student in the 1920s’, in ed. R. Williamson Hilger, Bristol, 1987 The Making of Physicists, Adam _ at the Manchester Museum of Science 1985-1987 D.67-D.70 the Institute of Physics, following a B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 14pp typescript draft D.69, D.70 Manuscript drafts 2 folders. D.71-D.73 ‘Derivations of the equation for the of an axisymetric multipole’ Geophysical Journal vol 92 (1988), 355-356 lines field 1987-1988 Correspondence; typescript draft. 1987-1988 Proof; offprint. Manuscript notes J/ R. astr. Kilmister, D.75-D.80 BOOK REVIEWS 1962-1972 Offprint (2 copies). See also H.71-H.75. ‘Barbara Mary Middlehurst (1915-1995) Q. Soc. vol 36 (1995), 461-462 Review of: An introduction to phase-integral methods by J. Heading, Methuen, 1962, for Phil. Mag. c 1967/1968 Includes correspondence with Heading; typescript draft; manuscript notes. Review of: Lagrangian Dynamics by C.W. Logos, 1967, for Mathematical Gazette Two typescript drafts; offprint. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Publications, D.1-D.80 Review of: Vector and Tensor Analysis with applications by A.|. Borisenko and |.E. Tarapove, trans. and ed. R.A. Silverman, the Mathematical Gazette Prentice-Hall, 1967, for 1969, 1970 Offprint and later correction. Reviews of: Ordinary Differential Equations by F. Brauer and J.A. Nohel, New York 1970 and Vector Analysis for Mathematicians, Scientists and Engineers by S. Simons, Pergamon 1970 , for the Mathematical Gazette 1970/1971 Offprints. Review of: Natural Science in Education, HMSO, 1918, for the Mathematical Gazette ca 1970 Covering background material. letter 1970; typescript draft and offprint; This ‘belated’ review was intended to draw attention to long-standing recommendations regarding education in mathematics and science. Includes correspondence; typescript draft; offprint. Review of: Physical Applications of Vectors and Tensors by H. Teichmann, trans. C.W. Kilmister, Harrap 1969, for the Mathematical Gazette 1971-1972 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION E LECTURES, E.1-E.91 1927-1995, n.d. E.1-E.53 TEACHING E.54-E.91 PUBLIC AND INVITATION LECTURES E.1-E.53 TEACHING 1930s-1969, n.d. University of Manchester University of Cambridge University of Manchester 1930s ‘Manchester Lecture schedules 1936-7’ 1936-1937 Contents of envelope so inscribed (at manuscript outlines for lectures. a later date): Course Illa, ?’Partial diffn’ Course IX ?’Calculus of observations’ Jeffreys is identified as the lecturer. Course VIII, ‘Foundation of the integral var.n’ ‘The Michelson-Morley experiment’ date): Contents manuscript lecture notes. Also includes loose note by Jeffreys 1992, ‘Notes of lectures given at Manchester in the 1930s’ (retained at E.4). ‘Special Theory of Relativity Manchester 1930s’ later of folder so inscribed (at a B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Lectures, E.1-E.91 ‘Refractive index of an ionised or non-ionised medium ‘Theory of electrons’ ‘Waves & particles’ and ‘Maxwell’s equ[ation]s...’ ‘Curvilinear coordinates’ University of Cambridge The bulk of this material is manuscript lecture notes, sometimes paginated in sequences though often with unnumbered pages intercalated. It appears from the variety of inks, paper sizes etc that many lecture notes were reused over years. 1946-1969, n.d. E.13-E.18 Hardback notebook at present (1951)’. Contents of folder so inscribed divided into four for ease of Mathematics examination papers. manuscript reference: lecture notes, ‘Quantum Theory of Atoms. Michaelmas Term 1949’ ‘B. Michaelmas Term 1946’ Jeffreys. Quantum Theory of Atoms & Molecules Contents of folder so inscribed divided into six for ease of reference: manuscript lecture notes. At front of E.13 is numbered list of topics. 1946-1947 Inscribed inside front cover ‘These notes were written with the idea that they might be useful to anyone during Part Il Analysis and they cover the course Analysis | and Analysis || With a note added by Jeffreys, ‘Written by W. J. R. Sadie (Robertson). Please return to B. Jeffreys’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Lectures, E.1-E.91 Spiral bound notebook Labelled ‘Parts | and II Preliminary 1953’ on front cover. E.21-E.23 ‘Quantum Theory of Atoms. Lent Term 1953’ 1951-1954 Contents of folder so inscribed divided into three for ease of manuscript lecture notes, Mathematics examination papers. correspondence reference: topics, re ‘Nat. Sci. Tripos 1953,4. Whole subject Mathematics’ 1953-1954 Contents of folder so inscribed (at a later date). Includes manuscript and typescript synopsis of Course and report of examiners for 1953. Also includes loose note by Jeffreys, 1992, ‘Before 1953 Mathematics was a the half-subject in The enlargement to a Whole Subject was largely due to Douglas Hartree. | was an examiner in 1953 and 1954’. Sciences Natural Tripos. E.25-E.31 1957-1958 E.34, E.35 ‘Units’ ‘Post Tripos Papers’ ‘Part | Electricity 1957, 8’ 1960-1969, n.d. Contents of folder so inscribed divided into seven for ease of reference: manuscript lecture notes. Contents of envelope so inscribed divided into two for ease of reference: light-hearted examination papers on mathematical and Cambridge themes. N.d., 1950s Used from the front for lecture notes on ‘Differential solid geometry’, and from the back for notes on students and Russian language notes. Contents of folder so inscribed divided into two for ease of reference: chiefly manuscript lecture notes. Hardback notebook B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Lectures, E.1-E.91 E.37-E.44 ‘Various Quantum Theory notes’ 1940-1960s Contents of folder so inscribed divided into eight for ease of reference: manuscript lecture notes etc. Many of the notes are written on the reverse of student examination scripts. May include lecture notes prepared at Manchester. E.45-E.53 ‘Miscellanea’ reference: Contents of folder so inscribed divided into nine for ease typescript of examination calculations, manuscript lecture notes. manuscript associated duplicated problems and and Many notes written on reverse of examination scripts. E.54-E.91 PUBLIC AND INVITATION LECTURES 1927-1995, n.d. 1990s (St Johns College 15pp manuscript lecture notes. | seem to have treated them to Jeffreys’s manuscript note found with lecture notes on developments in quantum theory, Cambridge Untitled Adams mathematics society), 1927 lecture Society The note lists a few of her lectures for which notes survive and continues, ‘| have not been able to sort these completely. a rather tough amount of mathematics...’ 19pp manuscript lecture notes. ‘Elementary ?Mathematical Association, Bristol, 1931 or 1932 ‘Quantum mechanics applied to everyday problems’ 14pp manuscript lecture notes. & _ tensors’, ?late 1920s applications of vectors 1931/1932 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Lectures, E.1-E.91 Untitled lecture on mathematics for physicists, Cambridge Physical Society, 2 March 1944 Manuscript lecture notes paginated 1-21 (lacks p11). ‘Atomic wave functions’, Cambridge, 16 November 1944 Trinity Mathematical Society, Manuscript notes and calculations. ‘Stability’, The New Pythagoreans, Cambridge, 1952 Manuscript lecture notes paginated 1-16; loose pages. conflict ‘The Sydney branch, Australia, 31 July 1959 studies’, Mathematical of Association 5pp manuscript and 2pp typescript lecture summaries; covering letter. ‘Top People take the Times’, Oxford, ?1960 Untitled lecture at Royal Holloway College London, ca 1960 University, Dallas, Texas, April 1967. Contents of envelope so inscribed divided into three for ease of reference: manuscript lecture notes and reading list (at E.65) for three seminars at Southern Methodist Untitled to ‘GPDST [Girls Trust] Mathematics Teachers’, 1966 12pp manuscript lecture notes, plus ?example problem. E.65-E.67 ‘SEMINARS. Various Dallas 1967’ lecture Public Day School Manuscript lecture notes. Manuscript lecture notes. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Lectures, E.1-E.91 Untitled lecture, November 1969 Miscellaneous manuscript notes etc. appear to predate 1969. Most of the notes ‘Four minute mile’, Singapore Mathematical Society, 30 April 1971, Leicester Mathematical Association, autumn 1971 and 9pp typescript of version as delivered offprint material for use in Leicester; manuscript notes. Singapore additional lecture; of in Singapore; manuscript Lunchtime talk Archimedeans Society), Cambridge, 1972 on travels (Cambridge Manuscript notes. mathematicians, of University The Mathematical (BFUW), British Federation E.72-E.77 Contents of folder so labelled. Possibly Jeffreys’s Presidential Address to the BFUW. Manuscript and typescript notes headed ‘Paper read to New Pythogoreans. 1975?’ ‘Noether’s theorem. Lecture to New Pythagoreans. Notes on Besselhagen, Bromwich, Cunningham, Larmor’ Untitled lecture on the history of the British Federation of University Women of University Women, Cambridge Association, Cambridge, 21975 1974-ca1975 ‘Emmy Noether and the Calculus of Variations’, Letter by Jeffreys to the Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, November/December 1974 Manuscript and typescript drafts of Letter with associated ‘Noether’s theorem’, 12pp typescript lecture notes B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Lectures, E.1-E.91 the correspondence; copy as published; copy of C. Lanczos, ‘Emmy Noether and the Calculus of Variations’, Bulletin of its Applications, August 1973; manuscript draft beginning, ‘| wonder if you in have I.M.A. Bulletin...on Emmy Noether’ of Mathematics and Institute August article seen 1973 the an Jeffreys’s Letter was written to supplement the article by Lanczos. Background information on Noether. Photocopy and manuscript notes. Background information on E. Cunningham, E. Bessel- Hagen, etc. 2 folders. E.78-E.83 ‘Augustus de Morgan. New Pythagoreans 1978’ 1974-1995 1974-1995 Contents of folder so labelled. Includes photographs of Jeffreys, 1995. 1p typescript; copy of Letter as published. Didt: Correspondence re de Morgan, the four-colour problem and Jeffreys’s lecture Letter by Jeffreys on Augustus de Morgan and the four- colour problem, Mathematical Gazette, June 1979 3 folders. Background information on de Morgan: manuscript note Manuscript lecture notes on de Morgan. E.81-E.83 ‘ See also B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Lectures, E.1-E.91 Untitled lecture to British Universitites Summer School in Theoretical Pembroke College Cambridge, 7 September 1993 Elementary Physics, Particle Information on the summer school; manuscript lecture notes. ‘Culinary Saucepan’, to 7New Pythagoreans mathemetics Bessel or Functions in the Manuscript ‘Rayleigh’s porridge problem’ lecture notes; manuscript notes headed ‘Modern mathematics at the time of the Gunpowder Plot’ Manuscript lecture notes. ‘The Shavian solar system’ Manuscript lecture notes paginated 7-11. ‘Pythagoreans’ Manuscript draft. Untitled lecture beginning ‘It is nearer to 50 than 40 years since | last read a paper to this Society’ This may refer to the lecture at E.55 on developments in quantum theory delivered to the Adams Society, St Johns College Cambridge, 1927. 2 folders. Contents of folder so labelled: miscellaneous manuscript notes for lectures on historical topics. Miscellaneous manuscript notes, probably incomplete or outline notes for lectures B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES, F.1-F.24 1927-1999 For letters home during visits abroad, often with detailed For newspaper descriptions of activities, see section J. cuttings from Jeffrey's in 1959 see A.221. to Australia visit Visit to Georg-August Universitat, Gottingen, Germany, 1927-1928 1927-1928 in Gdttingen 1927-8’. ‘BJ Contents of envelope so inscribed: memorabilia from period as a researcher at the university. of certificate registration Includes university; timetable booklet; attendance payment book (includes Max Uber mathematische und theoretische Physik’); notebook used by Jeffreys for notes of expenses. ‘Atommechanik’ ‘Seminar Born and the on at British Association for the Advancement of Science 115th Annual Meetings, Liverpool, September 1953 Call to Blessing, Computer Menu for dinner only. Symposium Cambridge, 8-10 August 1969 Memorabilia only (programmes for Honorary Degree congregation, 6 September). 2 September and International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 10th General Assembly, Rome, Italy, September 1954 1968-1969 This 1969 celebrations of the centenary of Girton College. Jeffreys The proceedings were published as was the organiser. volume 6 1 of of Mathematics and its Applications (April 1970). Circulars and programme; annotated lists of those invited and participants 1968-1970 symposium Science, Institute College Girton Bulletin of the held was as part of the on part the B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Visits and conferences, F.1-F.24 Correspondence with participants re attendance Bookings, symposium accounts etc 1969-1970 Message of best wishes from the Mistress of Girton College; manuscript draft of Jeffreys’s words of welcome Press coverage Cuttings from The Woman Engineer, Computer Weekly (illustrated), Cambridge News and Daily Mirror Three photographs of proceedings Report on symposium for Girton College Council Chiefly letters of thanks 2 folders. 1969-1970 1969-1970 Institute of Mathematics and its 1968-1970 Correspondence with contributors Correspondence with participants arising Correspondence with Applications re publication of proceedings Jeffreys accompanied Sir Harold Jeffreys, a UK delegate, Copy of Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, vol 6 part1 (April 1970). International Astronomical ‘Rotation of the Earth’, Morioka, Japan, May 1971 Union Symposium no. F.16-F.21 48 1971-1972 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Visits and conferences, F.1-F.24 to the symposium. English language version for publication. She edited the proceedings into an For photographs see A.237. of List abstracts participants; handbook of programme and Manuscript notes on expenses of the visit Memorabilia from Mizusawa and Tokyo Astronomical Observatory International Latitude Observatory, F.19-F.21 Correspondence re Jeffreys’s correcting and editing of English-language versions of papers delivered 3 folders. Assembly handbook of programme and abstracts. Annotated programme; correspondence found therewith. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 20th General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991 Final Meeting on Exponential Asymptotics, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, 19-22 June 1995 Letter re symposium video. International Centennial Symposium on Cambridge, 15-17 September 1997 the Electron, B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION G MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION, G.1-G.12 1968-1972 Jeffreys was President of the Mathematical Association She was for 1969-1970, in succession to C.A. Coulson. followed 1970-1971. Jeffreys the Association to 1972. President served Vice-President as then M.J. a Lighthill by as of Correspondence re Presidency and Vice-Presidency 1969-1970, 1972 Includes Jeffreys’s 2pp typescript note of outstanding issues in the Association, sent to her successor M.J. Lighthill, 22 December 1969. Policy Committee 1968-1969 In December 1968 the Policy Committee was asked by the Council of the Association ‘to make recommendations on the Mathematical Assocation’. in November 1969. It reported to methods working Council policy future and of of 2 folders. 1968-1969 Meetings of the Policy Committee Chiefly re location of the Association offices. Correspondence and papers re Standing Committee Correspondence re reception of Policy Committee report, September-December 1969-1970 Mathematics education teachers of mathematics Papers for meeting of Council, 24 January Includes Jeffreys’s manuscript notes. training school and the of B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Mathematical Association, G.1-G.12 Papers of one-day conference on teacher training for science and mathematics held at Royal Society, London, 17 October 1969 Includes Jeffreys’s manuscript notes on proceedings. Reports on training of teachers for mathematics etc. Correspondence Council/Standing Conference on University Entrance recommendations on the examination system (the ‘Q and F’ report) Schools re The Q and F report suggested a two stage system of ‘Qualifying’ and ‘Further’ examinations. Annual Conference, Cambridge, 1-4 April 1970 Jeffreys delivered the Presidential Address, ‘An easy commerce of the old and the new, published in the Mathematical Gazette, vol. 54 (October 1970). 1970-1971 minutes of 1969 Background information etc. General correspondence and papers Conference programme; annotated Conference; offprint of Jeffreys’s lecture Correspondence and papers found in envelope inscribed ‘Conference’ n.d. Includes correction by Jeffreys to Mathematical Gazette, January 1970, and undated letter from Joyce Linfoot Mathematical Association, annotated by Jeffreys. 1969-1970, sent re the situation within the B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION H HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND OTHER INTERESTS, H.1- H.132 1917-1999, n.d. H.1-H.108 HISTORY OF SCIENCE H.109-H.119 WOMEN IN SCIENCE H.120-H.132 EDUCATION ISSUES H.1-H.108 HISTORY OF SCIENCE 1917-1999 H.1-H.95 Scientists and mathematicians H.96-H.108 History of mathematics and science Scientists and mathematicians 1917-1999 Arranged alphabetically by scientist. Correspondence with M.V. Wilkes re Appleton Sir Edward Victor Appleton (1892-1965) 1975-1996 Correspondence with K.G. Budden re Appleton For material re Sir Harold Jeffreys see A.94-A.186. Correspondence with C.S. Gillmor re Appleton and E. Cunningham (1997). Includes offprint of ‘Wilhelm Altar, Edward Appleton and the Magneto-lonic Theory’ by Gillmor, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society vol. 126 (1982). Includes early ionospheric research’, Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond. vol. 51 ‘Sir Edward Appleton and offprint of 1977, 1994 1977, 1982, 1994 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 1975, 1994 1975 item is offprint of ‘The early days of ionospheric research’ by J.A. Ratcliffe, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A vol. 280. Hertha Marks Ayrton (1854-1923) 1995-1996 copy Includes of experimenter’ by J. Journal of Women’s History vol. 7 (1995). persistent J. Tattersall and S.L. McMurran, ‘Hertha Ayrton: a_ Mary Everest Boole (1832-1916) Information gathered in connection with G.I. Taylor. Mary Lucy Cartwright (1900-1998) 1960-1998 preparation for Cartwright. Includes assessments See also H.110. 1960, 1969, n.d. Advance obituary notice for The Times Correspondence re of advance obituary notice for The Times, 1960 and nomination of Cartwright for D.B.E., 1969 Jeffreys was asked to prepare an advance obituary notice of Cartwright’s work by E.F. Collingwood, W.K. Hayman and J.E. Littlewood. 1994-1995 Jeffreys updated the obituary in 1980 and checked that it was still on file in 1990. Chiefly re disposal of books of Cartwright. Correspondence with M.L. Cartwright 1980, 1990 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Advance obituary notice for The Times 1997-1998 Jeffreys updated the obituary shortly before Cartwright’s death in April 1998. Typescript copy of ‘The mathematical collaboration of M.L. Cartwright and J.E. Littlewood’ by F. Olver With related correspondence. Obituaries of Cartwright Memorial Service 1998-1999 Includes copy of address by correspondence re Cartwright’s death. J.C. Polkinghorne, and re credit Obituaries of Chandrasekhar Miscellaneous historical material re Cartwright 1970, 1994, n.d. Correspondence 1983-1996 Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (1910-1995) 1983-1996 1983 correspondence is for work on white dwarfs; 1995-1996 posthumous correspondence chiefly with L. Mestel. 1985-1997 ‘Exeter's Mathematican’ by E.A. Power, 18pp duplicated typescript. William Kingdon Clifford (1845-1879) H.18-H.28 Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac (1902-1984) B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Correspondence 1985-1987 Dirac Memorial Meeting, St John’s College, Cambridge, 19 April 1985 1985-1986 Includes 2pp typescript of Jeffreys’s after-dinner address at and correspondence re subsequent tribute volume. meeting, the Recollections of Dirac for ‘The Eagle’ (St John’s College journal) by Jeffreys ca 1985 Correspondence 1994-1997, n.d. Commemoration November 1995 of Dirac, Westminster Abey, 13 A memorial plaque was dedicated to Dirac. 1995, 1996 42pp typescript + references. Also includes correspondence with Pais. This address was delivered at the Royal Society following the unveiling of the memorial plaque (H.22). ‘Paul Dirac: aspects of his life and work’, Dirac Memorial Address by A. Pais ca 1986 Paper on Dirac’s investigation of the magnetic monopole. ‘The monopole’ by D. Olive 11pp typescript + figures. Obituaries of Dirac B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 H.26-H.28 Miscellaneous background material manuscript notes by Jeffreys, photocopies, Includes offprints. 3 folders. Charlotte Froese Fischer (1929-) 12pp typescript autobiographical account with correspondence. related Ralph Howard Fowler (1889-1944) 1986-1996 Correspondence and papers chiefly re commemoration of the centenary of the birth of Fowler (1889). Also includes photocopies re Heisenberg in Cambridge. 1998-1999 Smith, 28pp and 19pp_ typescripts; John Arthur Gaunt (1904-1944) Dorothy Annie Elizabeth Garrod (1892-1969) ‘From “small, dark and alive” to “crippingly shy’: Dorothy Garrod as the first woman Professor at Cambridge’ by P.J. related correspondence. 1993 Jeffreys wrote an account of Gaunt, ‘John Arthur Gaunt (1904-1944)’ for Notes and Records of the Royal Society vol. 44 (1990), 73-79. The bulk of the material relates to this article. Typescript drafts of Jeffreys’s article H.32-H.34 Correspondence re Gaunt 1985-1989, H.32-H.38 1985-1993 3 folders. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Proof; offprint 1989, 1990 Photocopy of memoir of Gaunt by his father Miscellaneous biographical material on Gaunt Includes 1948 account from ‘The Chimes’ newsletter. George Green (1793-1841) Material assembled for bicentennial celebration of the birth of this mathematician and physicist. H.40, H.40A Godfrey Harold Hardy (1877-1947) post 1967, 1985 post 1967 1929-1995 H.40 H.41-H.55 Douglas Rayner Hartree (1897-1958) ‘Hardy's mathematical apology’ by duplicated typescript, with manuscript corrections L.J. Mordell, 10pp Correspondence and papers, chiefly re Hardy’s mother Sophia Hall, born in Northampton 1845 and Molecular Physics (CAMP), vol. 20. Jeffreys had a close research association with Hartree, whom she first met as a student a Cambridge in 1925. Her early research under R.H. Fowler on the polarisability of the atomic core was a problem passed on to her by Hartree. Jeffreys moved to Manchester as Assistant Lecturer in Mathematics in 1928 and their association continued the following year when Hartree succeeded E.A. Milne in the chair in Mathematics there. They met less often after Jeffreys return to Cambridge in 1938 but in 1946 Hartree was appointed Plummer Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge. Jeffreys wrote her reminiscences of Hartree, ‘Douglas Rayner Hartree 1897-1958’, for Comments on Atomic B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Copies of obituaries and other biographical information of Hartree 1958, 1986 ‘Note on OIl wave functions’ 1p typescript Note by Jeffreys correcting error in paper by her and Hartree; related correspondence. Correspondence re archive of Hartree 1976-1977, 1986-1987 ‘Letters to and from Mike Seaton re CAMP article’ 1986-1988 Contents of envelope so inscribed: correspondence with M.J. Seaton. ‘Schubauer’s Ellipse. Button. Christ’s’ 1986-1987 of envelope so inscribed: Typescript drafts of ‘Douglas Rayner Hartree 1897-1958’ Correspondence with J.N.L. Connor re wartime research of Hartree. Contents correspondence chiefly with M.V. Wilkes and L. Howarth re ‘Schauber’s ellipse’ and Hartree’s calculations. 1987-1990 Copy of Comments on Atomic and Molecular Physics, vol. 20 (1987) article With annotated by Jeffreys. ‘Douglas ‘Letters acknowledging CAMP article’ Contents of envelope so inscribed. Rayner Hartree 1897-1958’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Miscellaneous correspondence 1977-1987 ‘Quantum chemistry in the University of Cambridge’ by N.C. Handy, International Reviews in Physical Chemistry vol. 7 (1988), 351-370 Typescript Hartree’s work. copy, sent to Jeffreys for reference to ‘Early atomic quantum chemistry. The contributions of Hartree and Hylleras’ by E. Scerri 10pp typescript sent to Jeffreys for interest; typescript comments by Jeffreys. Miscellaneous manuscript calculations 1955, n.d. manuscript notes and other background Jeffreys’s material Selected offprints of Hartree Henry Ronald Hassé (1884-1955) The calculations may date from the 1950s. The folder includes a copy of letter to Hartree from Jeffreys, August 1955, found with the calculations. 2 folders. Correspondence Cambridge in the 1920s re Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) Biographical information. chiefly re visit to Heisenberg, H.57-H.59 H.57, H.58 1929-1944 1976-1997 1994-1997 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Manuscript notes; newspaper cuttings H.60-H.66 Inge Lehmann (1888-1993) 1934-1997 wrote Jeffreys ‘Inge Lehmann: Reminisences’, for the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society vol 35 (1994). of Lehmann, recollections her Correspondence from Lehmann Chiefly personal news. 1952, 1972- 1977 Correspondence with E. Hjortenberg re Lehmann 1934, 1988 Re Lehmann’s hundredth birthday. Includes mathematical proof as sent to Harold Jeffreys. letter 1934 G. of Rasch to Lehmann with article in chiefly arising from Correspondence re life of Lehmann Correspondence, the Guardian by P.J. Smith, ‘The heart of darkness’, 10 May 1988 The article was in celebration of Lehmann’s hundredth birthday. Jeffreys believed it overlooked other long-lived seismologists. 1993 Miscellaneous articles etc re work of Lehmann Obituaries and memoirs of Lehmann Typescript reminiscences 1971, 1987, n.d. 1992-1997 1993, 1994 Jeffreys’s offprint drafts; proof; of B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Lise Meitner (1878-1968) Copy of letter from Sir Brian Pippard to Michael [?] article on Meitner and O. Hahn (with copy of article) re H.68, H.69 Edward Arthur Milne (1896-1950) 1988-1998 Chiefly correspondence with M. Weston-Smith (daughter) re life of Milne. Includes reminsicences of D.R. Hartree. Correspondence 1988-1992 Includes 1p typescript recollections of Hartree family by Jeffreys. Also includes (anonymous) 15pp typescript ‘Edward Arthur Milne - Recollections and Reflections’. of manuscript See also H.98, H.99. photocopies of pages John Milne (1850-1913) Typescript draft of chapter 6 ‘Manchester and Marriage’; copy of booklet on Milne of Weston-Smith’s book, includes Also calculations. Covering letter thanks Jeffreys for her contribution. Chiefly photocopied information and manuscript notes. 1987-1994 Jeffreys the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society vol 36 (1995). See also D.74. Barbara Mary Middlehurst (1915-1995) Correspondence from Middlehurst wrote the obituary of Middlehurst for H.71-H.74 1987-1996 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Correspondence re Middlehurst and Jeffreys’s obituary 1995-1996 3pp typescript; proof of Jeffreys’s obituary of Middlehurst Photocopied and manuscript biographical information on Middlehurst; typescript obituary of Middlehurst by Geoff Mules Andrija (1857-1936) and 1980) Stjepan Mohorovicic (1880- 1917-1993 Correspondence and Mohorovicics. biographical information on the 2 folders. H.77-H.79 Nevill Francis Mott (1905-1996) 1995-1997 Correspondence re tribute volume 1996-1997 App typescript draft and proof of Jeffreys’s contribution a tribute volume to Mott, Nevill E.A. Davis Jeffreys contributed to Mott: reminiscences and appreciations ed. (1998). Material for Maxwell Centenary Exhibition Correspondence with copies of Newman letters 1926 (Weyl) and 1931 (Einstein) H.80-H.82 Maxwell Herman Alexander Newman (1897-1984) 1995-1997, n.d. 1995-1996 Obituaries and photocopied background information H.80 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 of Photocopy Foundations of Mathematics from Physics’, 1923 Newman’s manuscript notes, ‘The the Standpoint of Sent to Jeffreys 1997. Also includes photograph of Newman as a young man. H.83-H.85 Lewis Fry Richardson (1881-1953) 1967-1993 Chiefly with G.W. Platzman re Richardson’s work on meteorological prediction. Correspondence Platzman bewtween Sir Harold Jeffreys and 1967-1968 Correspondence 1990-1993 H.87, H.88 H.87 Offprints by Platzman Alfred Arthur Robb (1873-1936) Chiefly photocopied information re Robb. Robert Schlapp (1899-1991) 1974-1993 Charlotte Angas Scott (1858-1931) Correspondence re Schlapp H.89 Correspondence re Scott 1991-1992 1992-1993 Obituaries and memoir 1991-1992 H.89-H.91 1974-1993 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 Manuscript notes Photocopied obituaries etc Robert Stoneley (1894-1976) Typescript draft and proof of Jeffreys’s reminiscences. Jeffreys wrote reminiscences of Stoneley for Geophys. J. Int. (1994). Llewellyn Hilleth Thomas (1903-1992) Correspondence re Thomas; copy of obituary. the electron) 1997, 1995-1997 1976-1998 Joseph John Thomson (1856-1940) 1997, 2000 Olga Taussky-Todd (1906-1995) Correspondence re Tausky-Todd; obituaries. Includes ‘...reminiscences of Bertha Swirles who married Harold Jeffreys in 1940’ for Centenary celebrations (of his discovery of and photograph of Jeffreys from the occasion. papers on the theory of the scientific method 1919-1923. Dorothy Wrinch collaborated with Sir Harold Jeffreys on Correspondence and _— subsequent reminiscences; obituaries; photocopies of biographical information. obituary re_ Dorothy M. Wrinch (1894-1976) B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 H.96-H.108 History of mathematics and science 1944-1998 ‘Mathematical Congresses’ Contents of Jeffreys’s folder so inscribed: miscellaneous photocopied typescript and manuscript notes on early International Mathematical Congresses. ‘N.H. Abel etc’ Contents of Jeffreys’s folder so labelled: correspondence and manuscript notes. ‘Darius A.A. Hughes Wartnaby’ Contents of Jeffreys’s folder so labelled: correspondence re John Milne and seismology. See also H.70. Field and J. of Jeffreys’s envelope’ so __ Correspondence with J. Darius ‘International Conference on Physics 1934’ Correspondence with A.A. Hughes, J.V. Wartnaby Contents labelled: correspondence, photocopies and manuscript notes re 1934 conference. Theorem. Contents of Jeffreys’s envelope so labelled: newspaper cuttings of Fermat’s Last and photocopies re proof ‘Fermat’s Last Theorem’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 H.102-H.104 ‘Mathematical Gazette’ 1944, 1994- 1996 Contents of Jeffreys’s folder so re Centenary Issue of the Mathematical Gazette, vol. 80 (March 1996). labelled: material Jeffeys was invited to submit a short article of some of her recollections to the issue. She wrote about the teaching of mathematics (pp 37-39). Correspondence re Jeffreys’s recollections Typescript draft of Jeffreys’s article and copy of follow-up letter; to Physicists’, 1944 report to which Jeffreys refers. Mathematics Teaching copy ‘The of of 1944, 1996 Issue of the Mathematical Gazette, vol. 80 (March 1996). notes, print-out from summer school at Cambridge from Manuscript programme. ‘Tommy's Voice’ by Alba Lalitha Ramaswamy Unpublished account of physics James Clerk Maxwell onwards, January 1998 ‘Huppert (Geophysics in Cambridge. Summer School 1997)’ ‘Tommy’ was the term given to laboratory technicians at the Cavendish. The largely account is drawn from the recollections of one former laboratory techncian. Miscellaneous correspondence re history of science Copies of articles by D.O. Forfar B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 H.109-H.119 WOMEN IN SCIENCE 1977-1998 Correspondence with K. Ollerenshaw Correspondence re eminent women mathematicians 1983-1984, 1992 With later note added 1992. In 1983 the Equal Opportunities Commission produced a poster of influential women mathematicians. Jeffreys was critical of the choices of figures, suggesting in particular that Dame Mary Cartwright should have been included. The correspondence went on to discuss video recordings of contemporary eminent women scientists (including Cartwright). ‘Girls and Mathematics’, joint report of Royal Society and the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications Press release; copy of report. Correspondence with Joan Mason 1991-1995 ‘Women in DAMTP’ 1991, 1993 Includes Jeffreys’s manuscript notes on her experiences in the department. Contents of envelope so inscribed: correspondence and treatment of women in the papers re position of and Cambridge Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. 1992-1995 Minister for Public In Service and Science, announced a White Paper on Science and Technology. One of the issues identified in the consultation process was the participation of women in these areas. In response the Committee on Women in Science, Engineering and Technology was established in Correspondence and papers re White Paper on Science and Technology and ‘The Rising Tide’ 1992 William Waldegrave MP, B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 1993. following year. Its report, The Rising Tide, was published the Material Women in Science and Engineering (AWISE) reception launch and re of Association for 50th anniversary of the election of the first women to the Fellowship of the Royal Society Draft of ‘The Women’s Fellows’ Jubilee’ by Joan Mason; photocopy of ‘The admission of the first women to the Royal Society of London’ by Joan Mason, Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond. vol 46 (1992); exhibition brochure. Correspondence Twentieth Century Women to Physics’ papers and re ‘Contributions of Includes by Jeffreys), K.B. Blodgett, Inge Lehmann and H.D. Megaw. for Jeffreys (corrected entries drafts of material: and print-outs of photocopies H.120-H.132 EDUCATION ISSUES 1983, 1995- 1998 Miscellaneous correspondence This was a project of Martha Keyes and Nina Byers. Background articles on women in science Jeffreys. Contents photocopied material nineteenth century. This material may also have had family history interest for 1956-1999, n.d. Schools’: the on education in Schooling Ireland in envelope of inscribed ‘Model N.d. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 H.121-H.126 Mathematics education H.121 First and Second Reports on the Shortage of Teachers in its and _ Mathematics, Applications, Careers of Cambridge Mathematicians’ by J.W.S. Cassels, 1970. of 1970; Mathematics ‘Further Institute 1969 and 1956-1983, n.d. 1969, 1970 Contents of Jeffreys’s envelope: material re mathematics teaching and re Archimedeans and New Pythagoreans clubs 1973-1983 Letter to the Editor, Mathematics in Schools, re women mathematicians. Jeffreys wrote in response to an editorial in the January 1974 issue. Correspondence with T. Leddy re mathematics teaching 2 folders. St John’s had appealed 1956, n.d. of untitled folder: H.127-H.132 etc re mathematics education notes, and H.125; 1.126 miscellaneous University education of women Contents correspondence schooling generally Chiefly concerns admission of women to Cambridge University and its Colleges. 1978-1999 Hugh-Jones College discriminating against a research fellowship application on the grounds of her sex. Industrial Tribunal: Christine Hugh-Jones vs College Cambridge Newspaper cuttings and other material. against the B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 History of science and other interests, H.1-H.132 ‘Memorandum on Cambridge’, by C.B. Rootham the Constitution of the Senate at ca 1920s 3pp typescript; letter from E.S. Leedham-Green on the context of the Memorandum. Fiftieth Anniversary of Degrees of Cambridge University the Admission of Women to Order of Proceedings for Commemoration; brochure ‘Women at Cambridge’. H.130, H.131 ‘Educating Eve: Five Generations of Cambridge Women’ 1998-1999 2 folders. photographic This eminent Cambridge women marked the fiftieth anniversary of women being admitted to degrees of Cambridge University. exhibition of 1970s, 1992- Newspaper cuttings 1993 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SECTION J CORRESPONDENCE, J.1-J.314 1902-2000 include Jeffreys’s correspondence was found in a number of separate sequences and parts of sequences, in individual folders, plastic bags and loose. Correspondence found together might family members, from letters family friends, former students, scientific colleagues and fellow Girtonians. For ease of reference these various groups of correspondence and individual letters have been correspondence arranged alphabetically and a chronological sequence. In addition there is a series of postcards which Jeffreys kept separate, and references and recommendations, again kept separately. consolidated series into of Subjects vary widely, from family and personal news, topics in the history of science and information about individual scientists, to detailed mathematical questions. Some of the correspondence is to both Sir Harold and Lady Jeffreys (before Sir Harold’s death in 1989) and occasionally exchanges are begun with Sir Harold alone and then continued by Lady Jeffreys. of bulk outgoing the correspondence is incoming. The great Jeffreys’s sparsely represented by rough manuscript drafts or occasionally a typescript carbon copy. correspondence is _ J.1-J.42 FAMILY J.43-J.207 J.208-J.269 ALPHABETICAL SEQUENCES CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE A discrete sequence of correspondence with Girtonians has been retained in section B. REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS POSTCARDS AND GREETINGS CARDS J.270-J.298 J.299-J.314 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 FAMILY ‘Letters. Mother; BB b 1902-19’ Contents of envelope so Blaxley, including some from Jeffreys. Blaxby, ‘b’ is Bertha Swirles. inscribed: letters ‘BB’ 1902-1997 1902-1924, 1956 to Bertha is Bertha 2 folders. Folder J.2 includes two newspaper cuttings on Jeffreys’s ‘Great distinction’ as ‘Northampton’s 1st Lady Wrangler’. ‘August 1914 postcard and letter from Mother in Whitby to BU’ Three letters and a postcard. makes reference to outbreak of war. Letter dated 5 August J.11-J.15 1917-1934 In French 6 folders. Postcard to Jeffreys from ‘Jack’, December Bundle of correspondence, principally between Jeffreys and her aunt Bertha Blaxby ‘Letters from Michael Stewart & Bertha Swirles (1920s & 1930s)’ fae, Contents of envelope so to Mercy Blaxley (aunt) from Jeffreys, 1921-1934; three letters from Michael to Mercy Blaxby, 1917, 1919, 1927. ‘Letters to Lady J from her aunt Bertha’ Contents of box so labelled (at a later date). 1921-1931 1923-1927 and n.d. inscribed: letters 5 folders. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 2 folders. Postcard September from Jeffreys to her mother from _ Italy, ‘Letters to BB 1950s’ 1939, 1956- 1959 of Contents miscellaneous correspondence, chiefly to Bertha Blaxby, some from Jeffreys. inscribed: envelope so_ Envelope also undated lecture in praise of Northampton. manuscript includes draft of untitled J.20-J.27 Correspondence from Jeffreys to Bertha Blaxby 1938-1957 8 folders. J.28-J.32 ‘HJ to BS 1939-40 and 1967’ 1939-1992 Correspondence from Harold Jeffreys. Correspondence, chiefly on scientific problems Correspondence, chiefly on scientific problems Includes ‘The Stefan-Rayleigh Paradox’ by Sir Harold Jeffreys, 6pp typescript and manuscript draft. The first letter, from Harold on board the Samaria en route to the USA, is dated 3 September. Typescript and manuscript draft. With later (1991) explanatory note by Jeffreys. ‘Possible approach to Q.M.’ B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Marriage Jeffreys Northampton, 6 September 1940 Harold of Invitation; manuscript booklet of those cards, cake newspaper cuttings. sent and and Bertha Swirles, lists etc; of 6 gifts received, photographs; See also A.231. Correspondence from Sir Harold at Southern Methodist University, Texas, USA With later (1992) explanatory note by Jeffreys. J.33-J.36 ‘Letters from BJ in U.S.A. to Northampton 1950-51’ 1950-1951 Contents of envelope so inscribed: correspondence to H. Swirles (mother), October 1950-March 1951 and material found therewith. J.34, J.35 2 folders. Letters home, kept in the form of a journal Calendar 1950-1951 covering the visit to the USA ‘Letters 1958 Stockholm, Copenhagen’ from Postcard memorabilia sent home by Jeffreys; two letters received. Jeffreys in Australia. 10th Correspondence chiefly to Bertha Blaxby during International Astronomical Union General Assembly and thereafter. Contents of plastic bag so labelled: correspondence to ‘Letters from my mother and aunts June-Nov 1959’ BJ IAU Moscow & Leningrad B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 J.39-J.41 ‘Cousins’ Contents of envelope so inscribed. 3 folders. ‘Bakers’ Contents of envelope so inscribed. The Bakers wrote from Winchester and Gibraltar. 1973-1980, n.d. 1977-1997 J.43-J.207 ALPHABETICAL SEQUENCES 1942-2000 J.43-J.141 Sequence found in wooden filing drawers J.142-J.160 Sequence found in metal filing drawers Personal news. J.43-J.141 1945-1999 Albritton, C.C. and J.C. 1972-1997 J.190-J.207 Sequence divided by index card J.161-J.189A Sequence found in envelopes and folders Sequence found in wooden filing drawers Claude Albritton was Professor of Geology at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, USA. R.A. Fisher, Bayesian statistics. Stephanie Bamford was a musician. Barnard, G.A. 1991, 1992 Bamford, S. 1970; 1971 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 BBC 1993, 1996 Interview of Jeffreys for ‘Women in Mathematics’ 1993; appearance on BBC Radio 4 ‘Woman’s Hour’, 1996. J.47-J.51 Bolt, B.A. 1963-1989 Much of the correspondence is with Sir Harold. Includes scientific correspondence, comments on drafts, personal news. Bolt was Professor of Earth and Planetary Science at the University of California, Berkeley and Director of the Berkeley Seismological Stations 1963-1991. 1963-1972 Bolt’s Report on visit to China, June-July 1973 1974-1982 1984-1989 Includes ‘One hundred years of contributions of University of California seismographic stations’ by Bolt. the Reserve University, USA. Draft of article by Bowles on differential analyzers, with Jeffreys’s reply and comments. Bowles was a historian of science at Case Western Index cards of letters 1963-1989 Bostrom, R.C. Bowles, M.D. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Brand, Maya Poetry. 1990-1992 Brand (also Boyarskaya) was a Russian-born poet Brush, S.G. includes correspondence with B.A. Bolt and F. Also Olver. Chiefly arising from Brush’s reference to work of Harold Jeffreys in the book Twentieth Century Physics. Sir Bullen, M. 1977-1994 Mary Bullen was the widow of K.E. Bullen, Burcham, W.E. Jeffreys J.59-J.62 1986-1998 Burkill, H. 4 folders. Button, H.G. Reminiscences re J.C. Burkill. Royal Society memoir of P.B. Moon. wrote to her on transport issues and Old Age Pensions. Button was Cambridge. Cambridge subjects. Campbell was (Labour) MP for Cambridge. College of Honorary He wrote Archivist of prolifically Christ's on University Campbell, A. 1992-1999 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Cassels, J.W.S. Query on examination question. Cassels was lecturer in Mathematics at Cambridge at this time. Dalitz, R.H. from Letter Mathematics at Melbourne University (d. 1967). Cherry, Dalitz Tom re Professor of Drazin, P.G. Corrections to equations. based Drazin University of Bristol. was at the School of Mathematics, Easton, L.P. 1994-1996 1991-1993 Dzhun, |.V. Personal news. Dzhun’s letters are in Russian, some with translations. Russian-language translation of Theory of Probability by H. Jeffreys. Moon craters. Farid moved to Stuttgart after a period of study at Girton College. 1994-1998 Farid, B. Fielder, G. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Fowler, C.M.R. 1988-1991 Later note by Jeffreys states: ‘Correspondence with Mary Fowler about The Solid Earth and Moho-Milne and others related’. 2 folders. Fowler was based in Sciences, University of Saskatchewan. the Department of Geological Frayn, M. ‘Copenhagen’ play. Includes letters from Sir Charles Frank and Hans Bethe commenting on the play and newspaper reviews of the play. Froman, N. 1965-1978 Garstang was moving a to Garstang, R.H. Includes ‘JWKB-approximation - Contributions to theory’, 8pp typescript, Jeffreys for comment, Fémans’ method’ by Jeffreys, 4pp manuscript, n.d. the Sir Harold and Lady the and ‘Summary of sent to 1965; mathematician the Includes progress of research, personal news and study of J.A Gaunt (1904-1944). at Roy London Cambridge, Observatory, and then to the Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics, University of Colorado. 1950-1997 Includes and __ spherical harmonics’, sent to Jeffreys for comment, with Jeffreys manuscript calculations. Giacaglia, G.E.O. ‘Hansen’s_ coeffficients colleague University of B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Hartree, D.R. 1945-1946 Correspondence re research. See also H.41-H.55. Harvey, P. Family history research on Ella Veitch. Hayman, W.K. Royal Society Memoir of Mary Cartwright. Howie, D. 1996-1998 Research on the Bayesian controversy in the 1920s and 1930s and study of papers of Sir Harold Jeffreys; Oxford Nanotechnology plc. Hoyle, F. 3 folders. J.82-J.84 Huzurbazar, V.S. 1946-1998 80th birthday party and the Institute 1988, 1995, 1996 Howie was a historian of science based at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. Includes corrections to Hoyle’s work; photographs from Hoyle’s of Astronomy, Cambridge, 1995. 1992-1993 Huzurbazar was Head of the Department of Mathematics, University of Poona, India. Chiefly personal news. Chiefly reminiscences. Kemmer, N. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Knopoff, L. Personal news. Kochina, P. Y. Some reminiscences. Kochina’s letters and offprints are in Russian. translated. Some 2 folders. Kochina (1899-1999) was Director in the Mathematical Methods of Mechanics Section of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow. She was married to the distinguished mathematician Nikolai Yevgrafovich Kochin (1901-1944). 1986-1993 J.89-J.93 Kozenko, A.V., and others 1958, 1984- 1997 wrote on_ historical subjects, ‘The Sir See also A.124. Proceedings of the XxXth_ Mainly in Russian. pieces on Sir Harold: Kozenko chiefly concerns The other chief correspondent is N. Kondorskaya. Correspondence with Harold Jeffreys. including Kozenko biographical greatest geophysicist of the twentieth century’ by V.N. Zharkov and A.V. Kozenko, Priroda no. 4 (1991) and ‘Sir Harold Jeffreys, Pioneer of Modern Planetology’, in Optics and Astronomy. International Congerss of History of Science. Volume 12. Ed. Gérard Simon and Suzanne Débarbat, 2001. Miscellaneous Russian correspondence. 1958, 1984-1986 1991-1993 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 1994 2 folders. Includes drafts sent to Jeffreys for comment. 1995-1997, n.d. Kumagai, N. Personal news. Lapwood, E.R. Biographical information including draft of obituary. 21970-1989 Lefever, R.M.H. and M.E. 1992-1995 Lenton, G.K. Lindley, D.V. Personal news. Re Lighthill, M.J. Printed-out email of part of transcript of radio interview. Heilbronn. Joyce Linfoot (the widow of E.H. Linfoot) was researching the scientific collaboration between E.H. Linfoot and H.A. Reminiscences, including D.M. Wrinch. 1989-1998 Includes Heilbronn & E.H.Linfoot 1933-1935’ by J. Linfoot. collaboration. draft brief 7pp ‘A of Hans Linfoot, J. 1990-1993 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Lyttleton, R.A. Includes continental drift theories. material re Sir Harold Jeffreys and anti- 1972, 1992- 1993 McVittie, G.C. Correspondence re possible ‘real variable’ theory error in Methods of Mathematical Physics. Magarshack, E.D. Chiefly re Chekhov plays and the Cambridge Amateur Dramatic Society. Elsie Magarshack was the widow of the playwright David Magarshack. Re Matthews, D.H. Myers, V. Moon, P.B. 1991-1992 Reminiscences of Matthews (1931-1997). Includes material re London Physics Club. Nafe. Myers was an Associate Producer with ZKK Productions working on a Channel 4 Television series on women in science. Chiefly personal news. J.110 is material re death of J.E. J.108-J.110 Nafe, S. 1974-1996 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 3 folders. Sally Nafe was the wife of the geophysicist J.E. Nafe (1914-1996). Narlikar, J.V. and A.V. Chiefly personal news. 1988-1998 Olver, F.W.J. 1987-1998 Includes personal news, reminsicences, comments on work. Olver was Professor Emeritus in the Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland. Pekeris, C.L. Perutz, M.F. was based Pekeris Applied Mathematics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel. Department of the at 1994, 1995 Marking scientific discoveries in Cambridge, photocopy of Perutz’s wartime recollections from the New Yorker, 12 August 1985. 1995-1996 Includes correspondence re M.D. Bowles’s history of the Includes copy of talk on Rosalind Franklin by Piper. Personal news. 1975-1977 Piper, A. Pitman, E.J. Porter, A. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 differential analyser. Quiney, H.M. ‘BERTHA’ computer program. Ramaswamy, A.L. 1997-1998 J.120-J.123 Robertson, W. and family 1973-1996 Personal and family news. 4 folders. Wendy Robertson and her husband were based at the University of Western Australia. Series, C.M. 1988, 1992 J.126-J.130 1992 Rouse Ball lecture on Runcorn, S.K. Shimshoni, M. 1991, 1995- 1996 Series the ‘Geometry and Chaos’. delivered Includes press-cuttings re Runcorn’s murder. the Moho (Mohorovicic Discontinuity) and Shimshoni was based at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Weizmann Insitute of Science, Rehovot, Israel. He was a Visiting Scholar at St John’s College Cambridge 1985. 1982-1996 1982-1987 1988 Chiefly re B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 ascription of the credit for the discovery thereof. personal news. Also 1989-1990 Personal news, including reflections on Israeli society. 1992-1996 Chiefly personal news, also progress of research. Slack, B. Personal news. 1975-1990 Smeaton, M.J. 1992-1993 Sondheimer, E.H. 1986, 1996 Includes correspondence and papers on work of Mohorovicic. S. 1983-1985 Correspondence with Sir Harold Jeffreys re continental drift theory. Criticism of |. Velikovsky’s book Worlds in Collison. Chiefly reminiscences including of Sir Alan Wilson. Stannage, W. Stephenson, R. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Tayler, R.J. 1986-1990 Includes correspondence re Royal Astronomical Society matters. Waerden, B.L. v.d. Correspondence on research, including tidal friction, and reminiscences. Dold- Samplonius re Waerden, 1997. Also correspondence with Y. Wallis, R. Walmsley, M. Personal correspondence. 1981, 1983, 1997 1996, 1998 1975-1980, 1991 Mary Walmsley entered Girton College in 1960. She excelled as an undergraduate and went on to research at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford, under C.A. Coulson before moving to the University of Leicester. Zelliner, A. 1995-1999 See also C.80, C.81. Includes reminiscences. 19911; 1997, 1998 Chiefly re Bayesian analysis, including references to Sir Harold Jeffreys. 1947-1992 This was divided into groups of letters, e.g. ‘A-C’. material reference where required. 1980s to the early 1990s. Sequence found in metal filing drawers The of The bulk dates from the late subdivided ease for has been further Woolfson, M.M. J.142-J.160 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 J.142-J.144 J.142 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 C and unidentified 1979-1992 1990-1991 1979-1992 1987-1990 1987-1995 1979-1990 1947, 1980- 1991 1985-1990 1986-1990 J.148-J.150 J.148 1985-1990 1985-1988 O and unidentified 1984-1991 R and unidentified 1984-1991 1986-1989 J.151, J.152 J.151 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 J.153-J.156 J.153 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Re Smith, F.M. Smith was Bursar of Girton College 1930-1946. Stratton, W.G. Correspondence re D.M. Wrinch and Bertrand Russell. T and unidentified J.157-J.160 1983-1990 1983-1990 1985-1989 1960-1991 J.157 1987-1990 1970-1990 1960-1991 J.161-J.189 Sequence found in envelopes and folders 1942-2000 1984-1990 Z and unidentified 1986-1998 Although there are earlier letters, the bulk dates from the 1990s. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Collins, M. Defrise-Carter, L. 1961-1998 1942-1999 1984-1995 1965-1998 1985-1997 1989-1992 1963-1999 1996, 1998 J.171-J.173 reminiscences of earth sciences and the Fowler, C.M.R. Goodman, K., L.E. and J.R. Includes Cavendish Laboratory. Lomnitz. Personal news. of envelope 1990-1995 Contents inscribed ‘Heaviside 1988-1997 1986-1998 3 folders. Hudson, J.A. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Correspondence with manuscript calculations. Hudson 1992’. Includes 1961-1997 1984-1999 1974-1997 1985-1994 1992-1996 McCrea, W.H. Okamoto, N. 2 folders. S 1982-1991 1990-1998 1991-1999 J.184, J.185 Roman, P. and Lanczos, C. 1972-1973 of folder inscribed Contents Correspondence with them & manuscript calculations. calculations. Undated item is letter from Joan Slater with manuscript ‘Roman, R. Williams’. 1987-1998, n.d. Lanczos. Includes B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 Sen, K.K. 1971-1972 Found correspondence, manuscript calculations etc. inscribed ‘Singapore folder also in 1971-73’: Sen was based at the University of Singapore, where Jeffreys was an Folder includes newspaper cutting from a visit made in April 1971. external examiner. V letter 1951 manuscript calculations interleaved. from Van J.H. Vleck Williams, R.M. 1951, 1988- 1993 with offprint and 1991-1996 1965-1970, 1987 at to research 1989-1999 J.190-J.207 Ruth Williams was a student at Girton in the early 1960s. She went on Imperial College London, then a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Miami before returning to the UK. She worked in particular on the theory of relativity. postgraduate Sequence divided by index card It is personal correspondence, This was divided by letter. including many greetings cards. It dates from the 1990s although a large proportion of the correspondence is undated. Many of the correspondents are identified by first name only and not all appear to have been correctly filed. They include family members, although Jeffreys also seems to have often been accorded the title ‘Aunt’ by children of friends and former students. 1991-1993 Retained in original order. 1991-1996 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 J.195, J.196 G Correspondence from the Goodmans. 2 folders. 1992-1995 1991-1997 1991, 1992 1992-1995 1991-1993 1994-1999 1991-1995 1990-1995 1991-1993 1992-1995 1993-1994 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 J.208-J.269 CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE 1922-2000 1991-1995 The bulk of this material dates from the 1980s and 1990s. The content is enormously diverse. Thank you letters, sometimes charmingly illustrated, from young children, may aged contemporaries, chatty letters from former pupils next to detailed scientific correspondence. reminiscences found from next be to 1922, 1939, 1941, 1949 2 folders. 1953-1957 1210, 3.249 ‘Letters various 1959’ Contents of plastic bag so labelled. Includes letter of congratulation on Tripos results, 1922, and letter from L. Howarth re lecture course on statics and dynamics, 1949. 1970-1972 Those undergraduate students. letters to Jeffreys testify to the care she paid education of her students. together, clipped from The contents and tone of the to the 1966-1969 at J.210, found are B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 1975-1976 ‘Australia’ Contents of envelope so inscribed: correspondence from Australian and New Zealand colleagues. 1977-1980 1979 meccano model of Hartee with a Includes 1p typescript draft letter to the The Observer re meccano and D.R. Hartree. With newspaper cutting and photograph of differential analyser. November 1980 August-October 1980 January-April 1980 May-July 1980 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 December 1980 January-March 1981 April-August 1981 September-December 1981 J.230, J.231 ‘Various letters 1981’ Contents of envelope so inscribed divided into two for ease of reference. January-March 1983 January-June 1984 May-December 1983 August-December 1984 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 J.242-J.245 ‘Various letters 1989, 90, 91, 92’ Contents of envelope so inscribed. 1989 January-August 1995 September-December 1994 January-May 1994 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 September-December 1995 January-May 1996 June-December 1996 February-June 1997 July-October 1997 November-December 1997 January-June 1998 July-September 1998 October-December 1998 January-February 1999 August-November 1999 March-April 1999 May-July 1999 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 December 1999-January 2000 Lady Jeffreys died communciations were received after her death. 18 December and some of these J.267-J.269 N.d. 3 folders. J.270-J.298 POSTCARDS AND GREETINGS CARDS 1960-1995 Postcards and some greetings cards retained by Jeffreys in discrete sequences arranged by year. Not indexed. 1960-1971 1978-1981 1984-1986 3 folders. J.275, J.276 J.277-J.279 1989 1988 2 folders. Correspondence, J.1-J.314 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 J.280, J.281 1990 2 folders. J.282-J.284 1991 3 folders. J.285-J.289 1992 5 folders. J.290-J.292 1993 3 folders. 3 folders. 3 folders. J.299-J.312 J.296-J.298 1995 J.293-J.295 1994 J.299-J.314 REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS manuscript drafts. Contents of folder so inscribed: references for former students of Jeffreys at Girton College. ‘Fairly recent testimonials for Mathematical Students’ ‘Testimonials Reports’ Contents of envelope so _ inscribed: chiefly rough 1940-1984 1940-1984 1940-1949 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 ‘Testimonials 1949’ Contents of envelope so inscribed. 1949-1954 1955-1958 1959-1963 1964-1965 1978-1984 1974-1976 1971-1973 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Correspondence, J.1-J.314 JO13 314 Miscellaneous references and recommendations 1954-1973 J.313 1954, 1957 1970, 1973 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS ACADEMIC PRESS INC. ADAM HILGER, PUBLISHERS ADRIAN, Edgar Douglas, Baron ALBRITTON, Claude C., Jr ALBRITTON, Jane Christman ALDERSON (née POPOVA), Helen ALEXANDER, Freda E. ALLAN, R.R. ALTON, Jeannine Beatrice AM, Pnina G. ABIR- ANDERSON, Don L. elo H.7 J.43 J.43, J.142, J.190, J.218, J.219, J.266 J.306 B.35, B.36 See also J.306 C.51 H.43 J.161 D.54 J.161 He ARBER, Muriel ASHFORD, Oliver T. ASHURST, F. Gareth ARROWSMITH, Heather ASHBY, Eric, Baron See H.1-H.4 H:107, J.161; J.236 ANDRASI, Andelka ANSTICE, Judith B.34, B.38, J.142, J.161 B.32 B.11 J:263 H.32 APPLETON Sir Edward Victor ANDERSON, Philip Warren ASHDOWN, Jeremy John Durham, Baron (‘Paddy’) See H.5 ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (AWISE) ASHLEY, Pauline (Bridge Rd Epsom) ATIYAH, Sir Michael Francis J.142, J.229 B.32; B.35, 3.250 J.242 H.115 AYRTON, Hertha Marks B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 BAE, Dong-In BAILEY, C.A.R. BAKER, Judith BAKER, Peggy BALABAN, Miriam BAMFORD, Daphne BAMFORD, Stephanie BANDZAITIS, A. Index of correspondents G.9 J.42 J.42, J.229, J.232, J.235, J.240, J.241, J.243, J.244, J.261, J.263, J.265 D.44 J.232 J.45 C.60 BARENBLATT, Grigory Isaakovich VMOZi ie Zozid2oS See also J.264 BARKER, Kathleen E. B.36-B.38, H.32, J.143, J.224, J.247 BARNARD, George A. A.154, J.45, J.214 H.6 D.37, D.38, D.41 BELL, [?] BENDALL, Fay BATHE, Margaret BATTEN, Alan H. J.210 efZ J.268 BEAUMONT, Jeanette BATES, Sir David Robert BATCHELOR, George Keith J.73 BESICOVITCH, Abram Samoilovitch BENWELL, George R.R. Es J.234 D.25 B.30 J.162 B.39 See B.18, J.143 H.50, H.100, J.250 BERRY, Michael Victor BELBIN, Margaret BENIANS, Sylvia Mary BENNETT, Jim A. BETHE, Hans Albrecht B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 BIGGS, Norman BILLING, Joyce BIRCH, Francis BIRCH, Gina BIRKS, Eleanor BISHOP, Ann BLACK, David Index of correspondents J.162, J.228 J:1997 3i25155:255 D.54, H.62 B.38 J.143 B.29 Fave BLACKBURN, Jennifer J.190, J.191, J.220, J.266 BLAKE, [?] BLAXBY, Bertha J:213 J.1, J.2, J.5-J.10, J.19, J.20-J.27, J.37, J.38 See also A.35 ?BLAXBY, Judith J.191, J.236, J.243 J.11-J.15 Jones BLAXBY, Mercy BLAXBY, W.A. BLAXLEY, Doreen BLUNKETT, David BODE, M.-F. BLAXLEY, Roland BLEANEY, Brebis J.39 D.54 J.143 BLAXLEY, Margaret and Ron BODICHON (née SMITH), Barbara Leigh A.197, H.13, H.40A, J.243, J.252, J.253, J.258, J.260, J.261, J.263, J.264 See H.6 A.137-A.139, F.12, F.13, H.63, J.47- J.51, J.55, J.218 BOLLOBAS, Gabriella BONDI, Christine, Lady See B.18 J.249 J.248 BOLLOBAS, Béla BOLT, Bruce Alan BOOLE, Mary Everest J.143, J.191, J.249 H.63, 1.72; H.93 J.258 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 BOROK, Vladimir |. KEILIS- BOSTROM, Roland C. BOTTOMLEY, Jane BOWER (née BATH), Jennifer E. BOWLES, Mark D. BOYARSKAYA, Maya BOYS, S. Frank BRADBROOK, Muriel Clara BRADBURN, Mary BRAITHWAITE, Catherine Lucy BRAMHAM, Pat Index of correspondents A.134 J.52 B.30, J.252, J.253, J.266 B.34, J.143 J.53, J.117 A.238 See also BRAND E21 J 162 See B.18 J251) J.304, J.307 J.143 BRAND, Maya J.54 See also BOYARSKAYA BRENNER, Sheila BREEN, Sally BREIT, G. BRICK, Mary BRIGGS, Edna J.210 J.162 C.29 J.209 J.162 J.211 BRINDLEY, Giles S. BREACH, Bridget E. BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION J.236 BROWN, Ruth M. TREVES- B.31, B.35, B.36, B.38, B.39 F.13 J.235 J.244 BROOKS, James E. BROWN, Alison BROWN, Elizabeth BROWN, Judith BROGA, Hugh A.181, J.46 J.243, J.244 J.220 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 BROWNING, S.J. BRUSH, Stephen G. BRYDEN, Pat BUCHER, Peter BUCKINGHAM, Richard A. BUDDEN, Kenneth G. BUDGEN, Gilian BULLARD, Sir Edward Crisp BULLEN, Florence Mary BULLEN, Jean BULLEN, Keith Edward Index of correspondents A.209 J.55 B.36, J.143, J.162, J.257 C.53 D.37, D.41 H.1, J.162 B.30 D.44 961433 d:153) 0 217, Je22o; J.226, J.233, J.234, J.240, J.244, J.257, J.261, J.262, J.263, J.264 EZ Cr52, Fo, 162 BURCH, Ann Lindsay J.210, J.234 BURKILL, Harry BURKILL, John Charles BUSHELL, Josephine BURCHAM, William Ernest BUTLER, David BUTTON, Henry G. J.57 D.54 J.143 C35 J.58 BURCHFIELD, Robert W. BURHOP, Eric Henry Stoneley BURGEN, Sir Arnold Stanley Vincent A.131, A.132, D.27, H.15 H.5, H.13, H.45, J.59-J.62, J.162, J.239, J.261, J.262, J.264 CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS alte ra See B.18 J.216, J.228, J.230, J.231 See J.58 B.32, B.36 J.252 CAIN, Charles CAM, Helen Maud BYERLEY, Lillian B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 CAMPBELL, Anne CANNELL, D. Mary CARR, Nora CARROLL, Vera CARTER, Edna S. CARTER, G.W. CARTER, Joyce CARTWRIGHT, David Edgar CARTWRIGHT, Dame Mary Lucy CARSON, Cathryn CASSELS, John William Scott Index of correspondents J.63 H.39, J.163, J.249 J.144 B.35 J.211 E.31 B.31, B.32, B.35 G.11 A.28A, B.11, B.29, H.9 See also B.18, H.7-H.14, J.79 H.58 J.64 CASIMIR, Hendrik Brugt Gerhard CHANCE A.128, A.129 CHIBNALL, Marjorie McCallum CHONG, Frederick CLARKE, Jane CHAPMAN, Sydney CHARNOCK, Henry A.28 J.269 J.240 CHANDRASEKHAR, Subrahmanyan Fao} bioo.Z2G0 See also H.16 CAVE, Frances Evelyn CAVE-BROWNE- CENTRAL INDEPENDENT TELEVISION PLC H.7 COLLINGWOOD, Sir Edward Foyle COLE, George Herbert Avery D.53, J.249 H.102 See H.17 J.163 D.62 CLIFFE, Rosemary and Eric CLIFFORD, William Kingdon COATES, John J.163 A.28 J.153 B.36, B.38, J.144 Index of correspondents B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 COLLINS, Mary COLLINS, Molly COLLINSON, C.D. COMPUTER WEEKLY CONNOR, Jonathan N.L. CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE, OXFORD COOK, Sir Alan Hugh J.216, J.269 B.39, J.144, J.164, J.192, J.216, W222 Ji:223; 224, 3-226; 5240) J.243, J.244, J.249 D.48 Fo H.46 H.43 See also NATIONAL CATALOGUING UNIT FOR THE ARCHIVES OF CONTEMPORARY SCIENTISTS A.122, A.123, A.128, A.132, A.152- A.154, A.161 COOK, Jayne B.36 J.163, J.231 C.80, J.163 J.211, J.240 CORFIELD, Nick CORMACK, Allan COULSON, Judith COUTEUR, Anne J.232 J.163 B.32 J.163 J.261 COUBROUGH, Mary CRAMPIN, Dorothy Joan CORMACK, Barbara Seavey COULSON, Charles Alfred COWLES, Mary E. ‘Dimple’ See also H.2 CRIGHTON, David George CUNNINGHAM, Ebenezer J.250 J.163 B.30 J.266 See J.302 CROSS, Gillian CULLEN, Mary J.163, J.258 A.28A CRAIG, Michael CROFTS, [?] B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 CURTIS, A.R. DAIN, J. DAINTON, Barbara, Lady DALITZ, Richard Henry DAMERELL, Anne and Mark DANIELS, Henry Ellis DARIUS, John DARLINGTON, Charles DAVIES, John DAVIS, Anne E.L. Index of correspondents D.41 D.55 J.165 H.18, J.65 B.36-B.38, B.40, J.220, J.145, JE198 "12253 J227.):233,.0 204, J.238, J.240 See J.165 H.99, J.244 D.49 D.55 E.84, H.118 DAY, Annette DIRAC, Monica DOLAN, Louise DOUGLAS, A.S. DRAKE, Charles L. H.77, H.78 J.165 J.216, Ui2iz DAVIS, E.A. (‘Ted’) DAVIS, Philip J. DAVIS, A.M. (‘Toni’) DEWHIRST, David J.165 F.19 B.30 DERBYSHIRE, Delia DEBARBAT, Suzanne DEFRISE, Lucette CARTER- J.144, J.166, J.193, J.220, J.243, J.251, J.259, J.262, J.263, J.265 J.66 DIRAC, Paul Adrien Maurice J.165 J.235 Je6o J.165 DOUGLAS, Audrey M.B. H.33, J.91 J.257 DRAZIN, Philip Gerald See H.18-H.28 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 DREWERY, D.J. DRUKKER, Peggy DUCK, Callan DUFFIN, W.J. DUGARD, Patricia Irene Index of correspondents J.237 B.34, B.39, J.165, J.231 J.165 D.55 B.30; B:31, B.35, B:37-B.39- J/193, S224. 5226531226 di 2351 2018 J.268 See also J.304, J.306 DURRANT (née TREVELYAN), Beryl See B.19 DZHUN, I.V. EASTON, L.P. (‘Taffy’) EDDINGTON, Sir Arthur EDDY, William F. J.67 J.68 J.28 A.129 EDGE, W.L. J.167, J.249 H.49, H.50 J.244, J.252 EDWARDS, Ruth H.87, H.89, J.167 ELLIOTT, John ELLIS, Sheila ELLIS, Suzanne ELLIS, Zoe C.53 H.30 D.60 EDMONDS, A.R. EDWARDS, Diana EDWARDS, Sir Sam (Samuel Frederick) ELECTRONICS AND WIRELESS WORLD J.216 EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMISSION H.110 H.14 D.46 A.109 H.40A, J.237, J.238 EVANS, Elwyn Mari B.29 J.145 ERDOS, John A. EUREKA EVANS, Clifford B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 EVANS, G.W. EVANS, Joyce EVERITT, W.N. (‘Norrie’) FARID, Behnam Index of correspondents E.9 J.167 J.187 J.69 FARROW, Ernest Pickworth See A.171 FEDOROV, E.P. FELTON, Jean FERRARO, Vincent C.A. FERRY, Georgina FIELD, Judith V. FIELDER, Gilbert J.159 B.31 D.44 H.110 H.99, J.168 H.72; 3:70 FIERZ, Markus FITCH, Joan FLEET, Stephen FLOYD, Ann C.47 H.29, J.168 FORBES, Colin FORD, Chris FORFAR, David FITCH, Christine B.31 J.168 J.168 B.34 B.33 FOOTE, Margaret FISCHER, Charlotte Froese J.262 FOWLER, Christine Mary Rutherford J.71. J.72, J.169, J.194, J.244 FOWLER, Ralph Howard FOWLER, Peter Howard FRAMPTON, Dennis J.168 A.88 A.181 J.168 H.30 See H.30 FOSTER, Gladys B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Index of correspondents FRANK, Sir (Frederick) Charles FRASER, Elisabeth FRASER, Peter A. FRAYN, Michael FRENCH, A.P. FRIEDLANDER, Gerard FRIENDS OF THE LAKE DISTICT FRISCH, Otto Robert FROMAN, Nanny GAPOSCHKIN, Edward GARFORTH, Joan GARLING, David John Haldane (‘Ben’) J.73 J.213 C.44 J.73 C.44 J.168 J.168 C.44 H.49, J.74, J.194 J.170 B.34 J.170 See H.31 Heo See also J.75 A.143 J.76 J.170 J.220 H.33, H.34, H.49, H.50, J.75 GARSTANG, Roy Henry GAUNT, John Arthur GIACAGLIA, G.E.O. GIBBARD, Noel GILBERT, Margaret GILLMOR, C. Stewart GARROD, Dorothy Annie Elizabeth GIRTON COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA J.170, J.209, J.237 A.25, A.28A, A.225, Section B, J:171, J:250, J.263 See also A.236 J.170, J.194 J.170, J.219 B.31, B.39 H.2 GODDARD, Peter GOLDSTEIN, David GOLDSTEIN, Rosa R. GOLDSTEIN, Sydney B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 GOODMAN, Jennifer R. GOODMAN, Katherine GOODMAN, Lawrence E. Index of correspondents J.171-J.173, J.196, J.224, J.259, J.261 J.171-J.173, J.195, J.196, J.224, J.261, J.262, J.263, J.265 D:56; Ji471,/ 5195, Ji96: J/223, J:227, J.228, J:231, J:232, J.243 See also GOODMAN, Katherine GOODMAN, Mary Sheena GORDON AND BREACH, SCIENCE PUBLISHERS LTD GOTT Ill, J. Richard GRAHAM, Rosemary GRANT, lan P. GRAY, Ronald GREEN, Estill |. B.38 E.78 202 E.78 C25 J.236 D.56 GREEN, George GREEN, Louis C. GREGERSEN, Sgren GRIFFIN, Roger See H.39 H.50 A.134, H.63 J.251 J.194 E.78 GRINDROD, Muriel Kathleen GRIMES, Dorothy HALL, Olive HALL, Philip GUINNESS, I. GRATTON- eo See also B.20 J.210 HAMMERSLEY, John Michael HARAMUNDANIS, Katherine J.243 C.59 J.174 HANDY, Nicholas Charles H.51, J.174 J.146 See H.40 HARDY, Godfrey Harold HARDING, Ruth B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 HARKER, John H. HARLAND, Elisabeth HARPER, Claire HARPER, Peter HARRIS, Valerie HARRISON, Deryn Gay HARRISON, Jack HESLOP- HARTREE, Douglas Rayner HARTREE, Elaine HARTREE, Oliver P. HARVEY, Peter Index of correspondents A.162 J.261 B.30 A.132, A.206, H.57 B.31, J.266 B.32 A.172 A.28, C.4, C.7, D.42, D.48, E.37, S07 See also H.41-H.55, H.68, J.220 J.211 H.50 J.78 HASSE, Henry Ronald HAWKINS, Clare A.28, A.28A See also H.56 HAS HEADING, John HEDGES, Margaret HEER, F.J. de HEISENBERG, David B.40, J.231, J.259 Hi7, Hes di79 D.49, D.75 J.265 H.44, H.50 HAYMAN, Walter Kurt HEILBRONN, Hans Arnold HAWKING, Stephen William A.88 A.132, C.68, H.34, J.177, J.237 HELE, Desmond George KING- HENRY, Holly HERS, Jan J.174 D.56 See A.88 HERTZ, Elisabeth HERTZ, Gerhard HEISENBERG, Werner J.100 H.58 See H.57-H.59 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 HICKS, John HIDE, Raymond HILTON, Peter HINDE, Robert Aubrey HJORTENBERG, Erik HODGES, Peggy L. HODGKIN, Dorothy Mary Crowfoot HODGKINSON, Margaret and John HOLLAND, Kevin CROSSLEY- HOLSON, Susan E. HOOKER, Paul Index of correspondents J.174 A.134, A.161, J.174 J.174 J.174 H.61, H.63 Fit, 13; J:40-J'42:.5.474 See also A.234 H.95 B.35, J.211 A.174 J.39 J.146 HORADAM (née SPEDDING), E.M. (’Mollie’) B.30, B.33 J.174 J.92 E.78 J.81 HOWARTH, Leslie B.33, H.45, J.208 D.80, J.174 HORRIDGE, Audrey HOSKIN, Michael A. HOYLE, Sir Fred HUDSON, John A. HOWLETT, Jack HOWIE, David HOWSON, A. Geoffrey J.80, J.81, J.264, J.265 H.30 A.168, H.62, H.63, H.70, J.91, J.175, J.247 HUXLEY, Sir Andrew Fielding A.165, A.175, A.181, H.99 HUGHES, Anthony A. J.222 J.256 J.40 HUNTER, Monica A. HUNTER, Pamela HUPPERT, Herbert E. HUEY, Nonna A.131, A.132, J.146 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Index of correspondents HUZURBAZAR, Aparna V. HUZURBAZAR, S. HUZURBAZAR, Vasant Shankar INGHAM, Barrie J.248, J.250, J.255, J.265 J.83 J.82-J.84, J.188 J.219 INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS ASW; 9:93, 6874, ht2,' 13 INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION H.100 F.19-F.21 INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR BAYESIAN ANALYSIS A.36 INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR GEODESY AND GEOPHYSICS IUTSIS, A. A.134 See JUCYS JACKSON, Daphne Frances J.218 JACKSON, T.A.S. JACKSON, W.N. JACOBS, Peggy JAEGER, J.C. JAFFE, Else JACKSON, [7] JACOBS, Jack JAMES, Anne JAMES, R.W. J.208 J.209 A.161 C.48 See also J.313 B.38 D.27, H.83, J.28-J.32, J.134 See also A.94-A.186, J.101 B.31, J.218, J.225, J.231 JEFFREYS, Andrew JEFFERIES, Janet C.52 J.176 J.262 JEANLOZ, Raymond JEFFREYS, Sir Harold ?JEFFREYS, Marian J.224, J.256, J.257 J.176 J.147 J.41, J.231 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 JEFFREYS, Robert JEFFREYS, Thomas JENKINS, K. JOHNS, Pat JOHNSON, David L. JOHNSON, Irene JOHNSTONE, G.G. JOLLIFFE, Norah C. JOLOWICZ, Poppy JONES, Sir John LENNARD- JORDAN, C. JOST, R. Index of correspondents J.198 See J.238 D207 B.34 D.34 J.214 D.56 See B.21 B10; Bild; F:8, J:234 E21 J.146, J.147 H.18 C.57, J.176 A.128, A.129 B.35, B.37, J.220 J.177, J.199, J.216 KAULA, Bill KEARTON, Christine KEMMER, Nicholas KENAH, Kate JUCYS, Adolfas JULIAN, Bruce KAPITZA, Tania KASS, Robert E. C.53 D.56 J.176 J.254 KEER, [?W.G.] J.250, J.253 Ei2], f.21, hoor, H.06; M.67,'J.60 KENSCHAFT, Patricia C. KENDALL, David George H.110 F.13 J.177 H.89 KENDERDINE, S. KENNETT, Brian KERR, Marilyn B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 KEYES, Martha KHAW, Kay-Tee KILMISTER, Clive William KIMBELL, Julian Index of correspondents H.117 J.147 D.80 eo KING-HELE, Desmond George See HELE, Desmond George KING- KNIGHT, Frieda KNOPOFF, Leon ve2n2 J.86, J.147, J.199, J.266 KOCHINA, Pelageia Yakoblevna Polubarinova J.87, J.88, J.199 KONDORSKAYA, Nadja V. A.131, D.44, J.89-J.91, J.177, J.252 KOVALEVSKY, J. KOZENKO, Alexander V. KUCIA, Alan Seta A.124, J.89-J.93 H.32, H.58 J.94, J.219; J.231, J.232, J.233; J.239, J.247, J.249 J.184, J.185 KUMAGAI, Naoiti LACK, Frances LANE, Nancy LAZAREVA, Albina J.89, J.90, J.159 LANCZOS, Cornelius B.31 C.44 H.114 LEARY, Jean LEDDY, Tom J.95, J.232, J.235, J.249 LANDSBERG, Peter Theodore LAPWOOD, Ernest Ralph and Nancy H. See also J.256 LEFEVER, Robert M. H. J.96, J.200 J.96, J.200 J.200 H.124 J.39, J.40 LEFLEVER, Evelyn LEFEVER, Henry LEFEVER, Jill J.200, J.266, J.40 J.40 LEFEVER, Margaret E. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 LEHMANN, Inge LENTON, Gerald K. LENTON, Jessie M. LENTON, John H. LEVITT, Theresa LEWIS, Cherry LEWIS, Jill LEWIS, John M. LIBERAL PARTY LICKORISH, Raymond LIDDLE, Courtenay Index of correspondents FUGORH.61; Ji2185:24 955224 See also H.62-H.66 J.97, J.147, J.200 H.40A, J.200 J.262 J.266 eed, J.218 A.177, J.254 A.225 ret G.8, G.9 G.1, J.98 See also J.260 G.12, J.100, J.232, J.243 D.49, J.101 LIGHTHILL, Sir (Michael) James LINDLEY, Dennis V. LOVERIDGE, A. LOWDIN, Per-Olov LINDQVIST, Julia LINFOOT, Joyce LOCK, Anne R. J.147 J.256 H.57 J.200 D.37 J.158 A.128, A.129, A.181, J.99, J.261 LOVELL, Sir (Alfred Charles) Bernard LUCY CAVENDISH COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE 18; ho) J.257 D.67, H.18, H.30, H.32, J.179, J.201, J.269 LYTTLETON, Raymond Arthur McCREA, Sir William Hunter J.148 B.32, J.230 MACFARLANE, Alan J. MacCALLUM, Malcolm McCARTNEY, Hilary B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Mac HALE, Desmond MACINTOSH, A. A. McINTOSH, Kathleen McINTYRE, Michael McISAAC, Anthony McKENNAS, A.M. McKENZIE, Dan Peter McKERRELL, Archie McMORRAN, Helen Isabella McMULLAN, Dennis McMULLEN, Patricia Juliet Index of correspondents H.6 J.256 H.126, J.239 J.148 B.10 J.211 J.248 C.51 B.29 D:5/ B.31 See also J.305 McVITTIE, George Cunliffe MACCOBY, Hyam J.102, J.148 J.255 MANN, Jill MANTON, Irene MARKETOS, P. J.103, J.178 B.31, H.49 MAGEE, John MAJOR, G.H. A.28 J.249 J.223 MARKWICK, Anne T MANSFIELD, Freda R. MAGARSHACK, Elsie D. H.63, H.112, H.113, H.116 A.193, A.194, J.260, J.261, J.262, J.263, J.264, J.265, J.266 MARTIN, Stuart and Marie J.178 J.148 J.178 J.148 MARSHALL, ‘Biddy’ MARRS, Margaret MARSH, Jan MASON, Joan J.148, J.237 J.39, J.40 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Index of correspondents MASSEY, Sir Harrie Stewart Wilson C.29 MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION D.48, G.1-G.12, H.102 MATHEMATICAL GAZETTE MATHEMATICS IN SCHOOLS MATTHEWS, Drummond Hoyle MAYBREY, Ann MEGAW, Helen Dick MEITNER, Lise MELCHIOR, Paul MERIN, Arthur MESTEL, Leon MEYER, Vendla H.102 H.123 See J.104 B.33 D.67, J.249, J.259 See H.67 F.19-F.21, J.148 J.178 A.132, H.15, H.57, J.246, J.248 J.249 MILNE, John MIRAMOND, Lydie Koch See H.70, H.98, H.99 MILLINGTON, G. Monica MILNE, Edward Arthur MILLER, Donald G. MILLER, ?J.G.P. H.107 D.42 J.211 MIDDLEHURST, Barbara Mary Gad See also H.68, H.69 B.38, B.40, H.71, J.178, J.201, eed, J210, 0-210, J220, J2o0, J.238, J.248 See also B.21, H.72-H.74 J.247 J.249, J.250 A.165, A.167 30) J22127:260 See H.75, H.76 MITCHELL, Alison MOFFATT, H. Keith MOHOROVICIC, Andrija MOHOROVICIC, Stjepan MOLE, Cecil and Roseline MONTAGNON, Rachel See H.75, H.76, J.132 A.165 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 MOODY, Ken MOON, Philip Burton MOORE, Peter MOORE, Patrick Index of correspondents J.187 J.105 J.219 H.72 MORAN, Bronwen Ann B.37-B.39, J.148, J.224, J.266 MORGAN, Edith MORITZ, Helmut MOSS, Charles Edward MOTT, Sir Nevill Francis MOUNT, Elizabeth MOXON, Barbara J.39 A.129 See A.170 A.88, D.67, H.58, J.106 See also H.77-H.79 B.32 A.172 MUKHOPADHYAY, Arabinda J.148 se J.218 J.107 S237, J.149 MUNK, Walter Heinrich A.131,J.258 NAFE, John Elliott NAFE, Sarah (‘Sally’) J.178, J.201, J.211, J.248 MURRAY, Andrew MYERS, Virginia MULES, Geoff MULHALL, H. A.168 NATIONAL CATALOGUING UNIT FOR THE ARCHIVES OF CONTEMPORARY SCIENTISTS A.206, H.57, J.250 See also CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE J.108-J.110, J.190, J.224, J.227, Ji220, 0.229, J:2300; J'206) J:241; Ji243, J.250; J.260, J:262, J-265 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, USA NARLIKAR, Jayant V. and A.V. See J.110, J.202 J11,- 3,202, 263; 5.264 NARLIKAR, Margala NAYAK, V.K. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 NEEDHAM, David NEUMANN, Peter N. NEWELL, J.P. Index of correspondents J.178 F.78, H.110, J.149 H.126 NEWMAN, Maxwell Herman Alexander See H.80-H.82 NICHOLAS, Tressilian Charles J.149 NORGATE, Jean B.31, B.32, B.37, J.149, J.226 NORTHAMPTON BOROUGH COUNCIL J.149 NORTHAMPTON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS A.15-A.24, A.198-A.203, J.208 See also A.229 NUSSEY, Ann E. NUTTALL, Barbara OAKESHOTT, Pete B.32 J.241 J.150 O’BEIRNE, Thomas H. OBSERVER ODOM, Evelyn and John B.35, B.39, J.150 A.88, J.180 A.178, H.57 OATLEY, Charles and Enid J.150, J.181, J.226, J.259 OLDHAM, Frank OLIVE, Jenny F.13 J.220 J.180 OKAMOTO, Isao and Nobuyo OBSERVATORY MAGAZINE OGILVIE, Dame Bridget Margaret J.150, J.216 OLLERENSHAW, Dame Kathleen J.180 J.247 H.109 A.32-A.34 J.180 OLVER, Frank W.J. OPEN UNIVERSITY ORESKES, Naomi ORR, Robin OLIVER, Margaret H.49, J.150 ils OO; ue 12 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Index of correspondents OSBORN, Ruth OUTRAM, Dorinda OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS J.39, J.40, J.255, J.262, J.266 H.6 A.184, J.219 PAGEL, Bernard E. J. PAIS, Abraham PARIS, Richard B. PARKER, Sir Alan PARKER, A.K. PARKER, Linda PARS, Leopold Alexander (‘Alan’) A.178 H.23 J.182 velod Ais 235 D.27 PARSONS (née PICKING), E. Winifred See B.22 A.161 J.182 H.18, H.19, J.151 J.114, J.151 PAUL, Margaret PEACE, Kathleen Mary PEDEN, Donald PEKERIS, Chaim Leib PETTY, Michael J. PHILLIPS, Andrew PERUTZ, Max Ferdinand PHILLIPS, Mary PHILLIPS, Melba A.28A, B.29 See B.21 PEIERLS, Sir Rudolf Ernst A.161, H.18, H.34, J.113, J.151 J.266 B.37, B.38, J.115, J.203, J.225, PHILLPOTTS, Bertha S. J.182 C.67 J.223 J.151 A.28 J.202 reat PIL’NIK, G.P. PIPER, Anne PHIPPS, Eleanor B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 PIPPARD, Sir (Alfred) Brian PITMAN, Elinor J. PITMAN, Jane PLATT, Beryl, Baroness PLATZMAN, George W. POPPERWELL, Beate Index of correspondents A.88, A.129, H.67, J.182, J.203, J.269 J.217, J.227 B.31, J.217, J.222 H.110 H.83-H.85 J.182, J.207 PORTER, Arthur and Patricia J.117, J.182, J.251, J.257 POWER, Eileen PRICE, Mike J.151 H.107 PRIESTLEY, Sharon, Keith and Amber J.259, J.260 QUADLING, Douglas A. G9 J.118 J.152 B.31 QUINEY, Harry M. RACE, Steve RANKIN, Robert A. RANKIN, Susan H.106, J.119 H.40A, J.183 J.242 RADZINOWICZ, Mary Ann RATCLIFFE, John Ashworth B.30-B.32, B.34, B.36, B.37 RAMASWAMY, Alba Lalitha RANSON (later COULSON), Judith Catherine B.33, H.13, J.183 B.31, B.36-B.39, H.13, J.204, J.211, J.219, J.220, J.222, J.226, J.228, J.229, J.230, J.232, J.233, J.234, J.236, J.261, J.263, J.265 D.58 H.61 H.49 REES, Martin John, Baron RAUSCH, G. RAYMENT, Trevor REES, Joan REES, Mary A.132, J.152, J.183 B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 REID, Ethel REYNOLDS, Barbara RHODES, Mary RICHARDS, Paul G. RICHARDSON, Lewis Fry RIDLER, Margaret RINGWOOD, A.E. RITCHIE, lan ROBERTS, Gillian ROBERTS, Paul Harry ROBERTSON, Alexander Provan ROBERTSON, Cecil Index of correspondents J.263 B.30 B.31 J.263 25 See also H.83-H.85 B.31, J.204, J.234, J.243, J.266 J152 J.244 J.261, J.266 JZ See J.123 B.31 ROBERTSON, Lorna ROBERTSON, N.R.C. J.152 J.243 ROBB, Alfred Arthur ROBIN, Jennifer ROBINSON, Arthur ROBERTSON, Wendy J. ROBINSON, Helen Drummond B.32, J.120-J.123, J.204, J.213, J.231, J.257, J.262, J.264 D.58, J.152, J.183, J.204, J.237, J.243, J.248 B.32, J.120-J.123, J.204, J.212, J.213, J.228, J.232, J.239, J.240, J.244, J.255, J.256, J.257, J.259, J.260, J.261 See also J.244 J.236 JZ S152 B.32, J.259 See H.86 H.6, J.219 J.184, J.185 ROLLETT, J.M. ROMAN, Paul ROSENHEAD, Esther ROSS, M.A.J. ROTHE, Jean-Pierre B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Index of correspondents ROWBOTHAM, V.M. ROWLAND, Mary ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY B.31 J.264 D.62, D.71, H.63, H.72, H.100, J.246 ROYAL INSTITUTION MATHEMATICS WORKSHOPS J.183 ROYAL SOCIETY RUMSEY, Vic RUNCORN, Stanley Keith RUNDE, Jochen RUSSELL, Judith Z. RUSSELL, Walter D.41, D.43, H.34, H.49, H.57, H.58 See also G.7 J.183 H.72, J.124 J.183 J.226, J.252 D.67 RYMAN, Brenda Edith See B.21 J.221, J.267 J.137 J.241 SANDACH, Kitty SAYERS, Isabel SADIE, Stanley SADLER, Flora SALT, George SALTER, Ruth J.254 J.239 A.175 SAMPLONIUS, Yvonne DOLD- D.59 B.39, B.40, J.216, J.223, J.224, J.225, J.227, J.229, J.234, J.236 SCHWARZENBERGER, Rolph L.E. SCHMID, Lawrence A. H.110 Ji231 SCROGGIE, Marcus G. Hid2,7J.205 See H.87, H.88 C.50, C.60 SCERRI, Eric SCHLAPP, Robert SCOTT, Dorothy M. B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 Index of correspondents SEARLE, George Frederick Charles SEARLE, Sally SEATON, Mike J. SEDDON, Laura SEEGER, Charles L. SEGAR, Margaret SEN, K.K. SERIES, Caroline Mary SHAMBROOK, Gillian SHAPLEY, Harlow SHAW, Elizabeth Ann SHAW, R. A.28 J.205 H.33, H.43, H.44 J.205 D.59 J.153 J.187 H.10, 4.13, J.125, J.153 J.186 A.106 B.33 C.60 SHERCLIFF, Hugh SHEWRING, Joan J.153 B.34 H.75 B.31 J.186 SHIMSHONI, Michael SIMMONS, J.S.G. SKILLING, John SKINNER, Elisabeth M. SHUTTLEWORTH, Sheila J.250 J.239 J.186 J.186 SHUTTLEWORTH (née HUTTON), Edith B.38, J.153, J.239, J.240 See also B.23 A.161 D.59, H.97, J.126-J.130, J.244, J.256, J.258, J.261 D.59 B31) Bio2, Jol, 2008 J214:, J.244, J.247, J.267, J.268, J.269 See also J.265 SLATER, Joan SLOW, Clive SKOKO, Dragutin SLACK, Barbara SLADE, Christine B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 SMART, Ruth SMEATON, M.J. SMITH, Fay SMITH, Frances Mary SMITH, Hester SMITH, Humphry M. SMITH, Margaret SMITH, Meg WESTON- SMITH, Pamela Jane SMITH, Peter J., SMITHIES, Frank Index of correspondents B.31, B.36-B.38, J.186, J.205, J213} J295, J:220; J.226;, J:238; J.241, J.243, J.248, J.252 See also J.308 C.49, H.99, J.132, J.153 210 See J.154 J.154 E20, bt J.205 H.68, H.69, J.250 H.31 H.62 Jada Bio), b:o7, Broo STERN, Ruth STEWART, Michael SONDHEIMER, Ernest H. SPARKS, Peter C.J. SQUIRE, Noreen STANLEY, Quentin STANNAGE, William STEVENS, Bessie A. STEWART, Mary M. J.186 G.9 J.91 J.134 €.25, H30; J:133,J:265 STEPHENSON, Richard STANSFIELD (later FULLER), Ursula See H.92 J.39, J.40, J.41, J.237, J.238, J.239, J.240 ST JOHN’S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE B.39, J.205 J.40, J.41 A.163-A.167 J.186 STOBBS, Susan H. STONELEY, Robert w13O B35 Index of correspondents B. Jeffreys NCUACS 152/2/07 STORCHAK, Dmitry STOW, Dorrik A.V. STRACHEY, Christopher STRATTON, W.G. STREVENS, Colin WHITBY- F.13 SWIRLES, Henrietta SUKOV, Yurii TAIT, Isla TATTERSALL, Jim J. TAUSSKY, Olga TAYLER, Roger John TAYLOR, Annie TAYLOR, Janet J eee On Oi e4 cl OO tur J.38 See also A.204, A.205 J.92 J.248 H.5, H.89 See TODD, Olga TAUSSKY- A.132, A.168, D.62, H.15, J.136, J.156, J.251, J.254, J.268 See B.24 TERROUX, F.R. TERROUX, Kay JZ See H.6 B.36, B.37 H.19, H.21 TAYLOR, John G. TENNISON, Rosemary Ann TAYLOR, Sir Geoffrey Ingram TAYLOR (later SLOW), Mary See B.25 THOMAS, Llewellyn Hilleth H.118 J.156 J.230 J.249 J.215 THOMAS, Muriel B. 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