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Records of the American Institute of Physics, Center for History of Physics, Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations, 1987-2001

Description of Collection

Repository

American Institute of Physics. Center for History of Physics.

College Park, MD 20740

Papers created by

American Institute of Physics, Center for History of Physics

Size of collection

46 linear feet
(24 cartons, 6 document cases, 37 cassette cases, 1 disc case)

Short description of collection

The Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations was a three-phase documentation research project to study the complex issues facing the historical documentation of multi-institutional collaborations in physics and allied sciences. Phase I focused on high-energy physics; Phase II concentrated on space science and geophysics; and Phase III focused on the four disciplinary areas of ground-based astronomy, materials science, heavy-ion physics, and medical physics, and a fifth category designated computer-mediated collaborations. The records include both the project files and hundreds of interviews done for each of the three phases.

Language(s) of collection

English

Historical Note

Since World War II, the organizational framework for scientific research is increasingly the multi-institutional collaboration. However, this form of research has received slight attention from archivists, historians, sociologists, and other scholars. Without a dedicated effort to understand these collaborations and to track and preserve the records of their work, much will be lost to historians and future generations as they becomes scattered or destroyed.

The Center for History of Physics of the American Institute of Physics (AIP), in keeping with its mission to preserve and make known the record of modern physics and allied sciences, sought to redress this situation with this multi-stage investigation into areas of physics and allied sciences where large collaborations were prominent. The goals were to identify patterns of collaborations, define the scope of the documentation problems, field-test possible solutions, and recommend future actions.

The study began by trying to get some idea of the processes of collaborative research and how the records are generated and used. Hence a broad preliminary survey, the first of its kind, was conducted into the functioning of recent research collaborations that include three or more institutions. The study was designed to identify patterns of collaborations since the mid 1970s and define the scope of the resources for scholarly use. The findings were then used to recommend future actions and promote systems to document significant collaborative research.

The long-term study began in 1989. Phase I focused on high-energy physics and was completed in 1992. Phase II addressing collaborative research in space science and geophysics, was completed in 1995. Phase III's study of five new disciplinary areas (ground-based astronomy observatory builders, ground-based astronomy observatory users, materials science, heavy-ion physics, medical physics), and a category they named computer-mediated collaborations was completed in 2000.

The project director was Joan Warnow-Blewett. Other staff included: Dr. Spencer R. Weart, Associate Project Director; Dr. Joel Genuth, Project Historian; Lynn Maloney and Anthony Capitos, Project Archivists. Consultants included sociologists Wesley Shrum and Ivan Chompalov who assisted in designing Phase III's methodology and research instruments. In addition, working groups of distinguished scientists, science administrators, and archivists joined in reviewing findings and recommendations.

Phase I: High-Energy Physics

The two-year study of high-energy physics research focused on experiments approved between 1973 and 1984 at five of the world's major accelerator laboratories: the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), the Cornell Electron Storage Ring (CESR) facility at Cornell University's Newman Laboratory, the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN), the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL), and the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC).

Project members obtained a broad-scale picture of changes in the structure of collaborations by using databases on high-energy physics experiments and publications at SLAC, with the assistance of SLAC staff. At a more detailed level, the project conducted close to 200 interviews with scientists and administrators involved in 24 selected experimental collaborations, using a structured question set covering all stages of the collaborative process. Still more detailed "probes" of three highly significant collaborations featured historical research as well as many additional interviews (a total of about 100) and ground work to insure that important records are preserved. Specifically, Peter Galison studied the discovery of the psi particle at SLAC; Frederik Nebeker studied the discovery of the upsilon particle at FNAL, and Joel Genuth studied the CLEO collaborations at Cornell. Meanwhile project staff surveyed the records-keeping practices of key physicists and made numerous site visits to accelerator facilities and university archives to discuss archival issues and records policies.

The study of high-energy physics was made possible through support for the project's domestic work from the Department of Energy, the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, and the National Science Foundation; additional funding was received from the Mellon Foundation to extend the study to international collaborations. Support was also provided by the American Institute of Physics.

Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics

This second phase of the study addressed space science (understood as the study of regions outside the Earth's atmosphere by scientific instruments launched on spacecraft) and geophysics (including oceanography).The study focused on 14 projects that originated between the late 1960s and early 1980s. Almost all involved American institutions, but few involved only American institutions. Some 200 interviews were conducted, indexed, and analyzed to identify patterns of collaborative research and patterns of records creation, retention, and location. Project staff surveyed the records-keeping practices of scientists and engineers and made numerous site visits to critical institutions to discuss archival issues and records policies.

Six multi-institutional collaborations were selected for the study of space science. All involved the construction of scientific instruments for launch on a spacecraft between 1975 and 1985. They included: Active Magnetospheric Particle Tracer Experiment (AMPTE), Einstein Observatory, GIOTTO, International Sun-Earth Explorer (ISEE), International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE), and Voyager.

Eight multi-institutional collaborations were selected for the study of geophysics and oceanography. They included: Consortium for Continental Reflection Profiling (COCORP), Deep Sea Drilling Project/Ocean Drilling Program (DSDP/ODP), Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP/GISP2), Incorporated Research Institutes for Seismology (IRIS), International Satellite Cloud Climatology Project (ISCCP), Parkfield Earthquake Prediction Experiment, Warm Core Rings (WCR), and World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE).

In addition to personal interviews, the interview subjects were asked to complete a questionnaire concerning their record-keeping practices. Ninety-one were returned and analyzed. The methodology emphasized site visits of which project staff made 63 to university archives, government laboratories, space flight centers, government-contract laboratories, corporate laboratories, and six visits to the National Archives to discuss archival issues and records policies. The strategy was to learn a little about a lot in the belief that broad exposure was essential to producing sound recommendations for archivists and policy makers.

Support for this phase of the project was provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, and the National Science Foundation. Additional support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation provided for international travel and made it possible for the AIP project staff to conduct the parallel study of the European Space Agency.

Phase III: Ground-based Astronomy, Materials Science, Heavy-Ion and Nuclear Physics, Medical Physics, and Computer-Mediated Collaborations

Whereas earlier phases of the study focused on one or two disciplinary areas, the third and last phase examined more briefly five areas in which multi-institutional collaborations were well-established (or, in one area, just emerging) as vehicles for research. The five areas studied included: ground-based astronomy (divided into observatory builders and observatory users), materials science, heavy ion and nuclear physics, medical physics, plus the emerging area named computer-mediated collaborations.

Twenty-one collaborations were selected to serve as case studies; an additional three collaborations were selected for computer-mediated category. Studies included:

  • Ground-based Astronomy - Observatory Builders: Astrophysical Research Consortium (ARC), Berkeley-Illinois-Maryland Array (BIMA), Hobby-Eberly Telescope (HET), Keck Observatory.
  • Ground-based Astronomy - Users of observatories: Sagittarius-A, Very Long Baseline Interferometry Consortium (VLBI).
  • Materials Science: Center on Polymer Interface and Macromolecular Assembly (CPIMA), Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Semiconductors (HOIS), Smart Materials Consortium (SMC), National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center for Superconductivity (STCS), Advanced Light Source Beamline Collaborations (ALS), Crystal Structure of CTA and CTP, Dupont-Northwestern-Dow Collaborative Access Team (DND-CAT), Positron Consortium and Participating Research Team (PC).
  • Nuclear and Heavy-Ion Physics: BNL 814 and 877, BNL 878 and 896.
  • Medical Physics: Angiography Diagnostics, National Digital Mammography Development Group (NDMDG), Radiology Diagnostic Oncology Group (RDOG).
  • Computer-Mediated Collaborations: Center for Research in Parallel Computation (CRPC), Grand Challenge Cosmology Consortium (GC3), Upper Atmosphere Research Collaboratory (UARC).

The goals in choosing the above projects were aimed to round out the coverage of physics and allied fields, to investigate the feasibility of reaching reliable conclusions with less intensive collection of data, and to look toward the future. (What direction will multi-institutional collaborations take? What new documentation problems might they present a decade from now?) The last objective resulted in two decisions: to include more recent projects among our case studies (e.g., projects that were not yet completed), and to include a category named computer-mediated collaborations, a group of collaborations that made use of brand-new and dynamic-computer techniques that were becoming widespread.

In this phase of the study, considerable time and research on the part of project staff and consulting sociologists was devoted to the design and construction of a question set that would make sense to interview subjects and, at the same time, meet project needs for historical, sociological, and archival data. A total of 78 interviews were conducted with selected collaboration scientists who could serve as reliable informants. Site visits made by project staff focused on Federal science funding agencies and the National Archives, where archival issues and records policies were reviewed.

The analysis of interviews by the project historian and consulting sociologists provided discrete images of the institutional structures and functions that had the greatest impact on the project formation, organization and management, data analysis, and dissemination of projects. These findings, combined with the project's archival analysis, site visits, and previous knowledge of archival institutions, provides the most reliable available guide to identifying areas of documentation problems and potential solutions.

Support for this phase of the project was provided by the American Institute of Physics, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, and the National Science Foundation.

The AIP Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations concluded with the publication of a final report covering all phases of the study including highlights of the historical-sociological and archival findings, recommendations, and, as far as possible, recent trends.

Scope and Contents of Collection

This collection covers all three phases of the 10-year project to study the patterns and scope of multi-institutional collaborations in physics and its allied sciences and make recommendations for preserving and documenting their history as well as that of future projects. It covers the period 1987-2001 and includes both the project files and the hundreds of oral history interviews conducted for each of the three phases.

There are transcripts, audio tapes, and electronic files for most of the interviews. The project files include funding proposals, reports, correspondence, working group files, case study files, site visit reports, historical, sociological and archival analysis, and relevant readings.

Also included is a final report and related correspondence and documents. The report covers all three phases and features project highlights and recommendations.

Restrictions on Use and Access

The collection is open to researchers with an approved access application on file.

Use of primary source material in the Niels Bohr Library requires prior approval through an Application for Access, which includes a statement of research purpose and the names and addresses of two scholars as references. Access applications can be obtained by contacting the Library (telephone 301-209-3177; or e-mail nbl@aip.org). The application can also be printed from our website.

The scholar pledges not to quote from, cite, or reproduce by any means this material except with the written permission of the Institute.

General quotes from oral history interviews without attributing the source by name or other clear identifiers may be made without permission of the interview subject. Attributed quotes require the permission of the interviewee during the interviewee's lifetime. Attribution means citing the name, title, affiliation, or other clear identification of the interview subject.

Selected Search Terms

These papers have been indexed in the International Catalog of Sources for History of Physics and Allied Sciences (ICOS) using the following terms. Those seeking related materials should search under these terms.

Subject terms

Accelerators
Astronomical observatories
Astronomical observatories -- Design and construction
Astronomy -- Documentation
Astrophysics
Climatology
Computer science -- Research -- Documentation
Core drilling
Earthquake prediction
Geophysics
Geophysics -- International Cooperation
Geophysics -- Research -- Documentation
Group work in research -- Documentation
Halley's comet
Interferometry
Laboratories -- Administration
Magnetosphere
Materials science -- Documentation
Medical physics -- Documentation
Minorities in science
Nuclear physics -- Documentation
Oceanography
Oceanography -- International Cooperation
Particle accelerators -- Design and construction
Particles (Nuclear physics)
Particles (Nuclear physics) -- Experiments Documentation
Physics -- Archival resources
Physics -- Experiments -- Documentation
Physics -- Research Documentation
Physics Collaboration
Radio astronomy -- Observatories -- United States
Radio astronomy -- Research
Records retention -- International Cooperation
Satellites
Seismology
Sociology -- Research
Sociology -- Statistical methods
Space Sciences -- Research -- Documentation
Space sciences
Space sciences -- International Cooperation
Telescopes -- Design and construction
Ultraviolet astronomy
Universities and colleges -- administration
Very long baseline interferometry
Women in science

Genre terms

Audiotapes
Interviews
Oral histories
Transcripts

Organization of Collection

The collection is organized in the following seven series: Series I - Phase I: High Energy Physics Project Files; Series II - Phase I: High Energy Physics Interviews; Series III - Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics Project Files; Series IV - Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics Interviews; Series V - Phase III: Ground-Based Astronomy, Materials Science, Heavy-Ion and Nuclear Physics, Medical Physics, and Computer-Mediated Collaborations Project Files; Series VI - Phase III: Ground-Based Astronomy. . . Interviews; and Series VII - Final Report.

Series I, III, and V, the Project Files for each of the three phases, are further arranged into sub-series that include Proposals, Reports to Funding Agencies, Working Groups, Correspondence, Experiments, Site Visits, Question Sets, Field Trips, Database Reports, Census, Historical Analysis, Sociological Analysis, Final Reports, Miscellaneous Files, and a Readings File.

Arrangement of Materials

Series I, III, and V: the Project Files for each of the three phases are arranged by subject. Series II, IV, and VI: the Oral History Interviews collected for each of the three phases are arranged first alphabetically by project and then alphabetically by interviewee.

Provenance and Acquisition Information

Phase I files were transferred to the Niels Bohr Library Archives in 1996; the Phase II files were transferred in 1998; and the Phase III files in 2001.

Processing Information

The processing of the collection was completed in 2002 by Sandra Johnson.

Preferred Citation of Collection

Cite as: "Item and date," Folder __, Box __, American Institute of Physics, Center for History of Physics, Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations, 1987-2001. Niels Bohr Library, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD.

Administrative Information

Title

Finding Aid to the Records of the American Institute of Physics, Center for History of Physics, Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations, 1987-2001

Publisher

American Institute of Physics. Center for History of Physics.

One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740
nbl@aip.org

January 30, 2004

Encoding Information

Machine-readable finding aid encoded in EAD 2002 by Katherine A. Hayes and Jennifer S. Sullivan in 2003.

Series I. Phase I - High Energy Physics (HEP), Project Files, 1987-1992

Boxes 1-4

The HEP Project Files include sub-series A - Q covering the following subjects: Planning Files, Proposals, Reports to Funding Agencies, Working Groups, Correspondence, Experiment Selection, Question Sets, Probes, Interview Program, Field Trips, Census, Historical Analysis, Sociological Analysis, Archival Analysis, Final Reports, Papers on Project, and Readings.

Subseries A. Planning Files

Box 1 Folder 1 NSF Planning Grant, Background, 1987
Folder 2 NSF Planning Grant, 1987
Folder 3 NSF Financial Data, 1985-1988
Folder 4 NHPRC Proposal and Budget, 1987
Folder 5 Candidates for Team (Project Historian and Project Archivist)
Folder 6 Staffing
Folder 7 Team Study, Advisors, 1987
Folder 8 Teams, Stanford, 1987
Folder 9 Sociology Planning, 1987
Folder 10 Gieryn, Pre-1989

Subseries B. Proposals

Box 1 Folder 11 Proposal (DOE, Mellon), 1988-1989
Folder 12 Appendices, 1988
Folder 13 Proposal (Mellon), 1989
Folder 14 Proposal, generic
Folder 15 Proposal for extension, 1989
Folder 16 Mellon, Krige award, 1989
Folder 17 Bibliography

Subseries C. Reports to Funding Agencies

Box 1 Folder 18 Progress Reports, Mellon, 4/89 - 5/90
Folder 19 Progress Reports, (NSF; DOE), 11/89; 1/90
Folder 20 Progress Reports, (NHPRC), 5/89,11/89, 5/90, 11/90, 5/91
Folder 21 Final Reports

Subseries D. Working Groups

Box 1 Folder 22 Spring Meeting Materials, 1989
Folder 23 Spring Meeting Materials, 1989
Folder 24 Target Year Experiments sent to Advisory Committee
Folder 25 Spring Meeting, Miscellaneous Preparations
Folder 26 Reports
Folder 27 Spring Meeting, Travel Management, 1989
Folder 28 Spring Meeting, Scheduling, 1989
Folder 29 Selection Concerns, Detector List
Folder 30 Spring Meeting, Minutes - Final Version
Folder 31 Mailing to Working Groups, 2/91
Folder 32 Handouts for Meeting, 2/91
Folder 33 Travel Arrangements, 2/91
Folder 34 Minutes, Final Version, 2/91

Subseries E. Correspondence

Box 1 Folder 35 Addis, Louise, 1988-1990
Folder 36 Galison, Peter, 1987-1991
Folder 37 Gieryn, Thomas, 1988-1990
Folder 38 Hargens, Lowell, 1987-1990
Folder 39 Leon-Guerrero, Anna, 1991-1992
Folder 40 Nilan, Roxanne, 1989-1991
Folder 41 Phillips, Maggie, 1990-1991
Folder 42 Zucker, Lynne, 1990-1995
Folder 43 Subcontractor (IEEE), 1990-1991
Folder 44 General Correspondence, 1988-1989
Folder 45 Laboratories, BNL - Records Issues, 1991
Folder 46 Labortories, CERN, 1989-1991
Folder 47 CERN, John Krige, 1988-1992
Folder 48 Laboratories, Cornell, 1991
Folder 49 Laboratories, SLAC, 1990-1991
Box 2 Folder 1 Staff Correspondence: Nebeker Chron File, 1989-1990
Folder 2 Staff Correspondence: Mail Logs, 11/89 - 6/90
Folder 3 Staff Correspondence: Mail Logs, 7/90-10/90
Folder 4 Staff Correspondence: Mail Logs, 11/90 - 10/91
Folder 5 Chron File, 1989
Folder 6 Chron File, 1990

Subseries F. Experiment Selection

Box 2 Folder 7 Selected Experiments, 1st cut of 72
Folder 8 Future Selection of HEP Experiments
Folder 9 Selected Experiments
Folder 10 Experiments Selection/July
Folder 11 Selected Experiments/Comments
Folder 12 Experiments/Comments
Folder 13 Experiments/Comments "Alpha com"
Folder 14 Meeting Materials, July 1989
Folder 15 July Meeting, 1st cut of Experiments
Folder 16 Selected Experiments
Folder 17 FNAL Experiments/Rubenstein
Folder 18 DOE Records
Folder 19 BNL, Lowenstein
Folder 20 BNL, 652
Folder 21 BNL, 727
Folder 22 CESR/CLEO
Folder 23 FNAL, 580
Folder 24 FNAL, 741
Folder 25 SLAC/PEP, 005
Folder 26 SLAC/PEP, 014

Subseries G. Question Sets

Box 2 Folder 27 Suggestions for HEP Question Sets
Folder 28 Question Set, Draft
Folder 29 Question Sets, Jun-89
Folder 30 Question Set revisions, 6/22 and 7/27/89
Folder 31 Question Set, Aug-89
Folder 32 Question Set Revisions, 9/89, 10/89, 11/89
Folder 33 Question Set Revisions, Jan-90
Folder 34 Question Set, 5/31/1990
Folder 35 Special versions of question sets
Folder 36 Question Sets, Final Versions
Folder 37 Question Sets, Final Versions

Subseries H. Probes

Box 3 Folder 1 Probes
Folder 2 "J" Discovery
Folder 3 PSI
Folder 4 Upsilon (names, correspondence)
Folder 5 Upsilon Experiment
Folder 6 Upsilon Interviews

Subseries I. Interview Program

Box 3 Folder 7 Interview Program
Folder 8 Interview Subjects

Subseries J. Field Trips

Box 3 Folder 9 Interview Trips, 10/89 - 5/91
Folder 10 BNL Visit, Mar-89
Folder 11 SLAC, JW trip notes, May-89
Folder 12 Fermilab Meeting, Oct-89
Folder 13 Europe Trip, Jan-90
Folder 14 BNL Trip, Jan-90
Folder 15 California, Spring 1990
Folder 16 FNAL, Jun-90
Folder 17 Europe, Jul-90
Folder 18 Japan Trip, Oct-90
Folder 19 Japan Trip, Oct-90
Folder 20 Fermilab Meeting, Jan-91
Folder 21 Travel tips to USSR

Subseries K. Census

Box 3 Folder 22 Census Data, Q2 and Q3
Folder 23 Census, Individuals per Collabs Q3
Folder 24 Census, Q4 Frequency of Affiliations
Folder 25 Census, Q5 Frequency of Individuals
Folder 26 Census Progress Reports
Folder 27 Census, Q7, List of Spokespersons and their Experiments, 1974-1984
Folder 28 Analysis for NSF Space Geo Proposal, Aug-90
Folder 29 Census Notes, Feb-91
Folder 30 Census Questions
Folder 31 Census Report(Review of the AIP High Energy Physics Collaborations), 1992
Folder 32 Census Comments from Laboratories
Folder 33 E-mails, 1989
Folder 34 Census Data

Subseries L. Historical Analysis

Box 3 Folder 35 Historical Analysis, Feedback, Sep-90
Folder 36 Historical Analysis, NSF Proposal, Sep-90
Folder 37 Interview Forms

Subseries M. Sociological Analysis

Box 3 Folder 38 Sociologists, Aug-90
Folder 39 Sociological Analysis, Aug-90
Folder 40 Sociological Analysis, Sep-93
Folder 41 Sociological Data #1
Folder 42 Sociological Data #2
Folder 43 Sociological Data #3
Folder 44 Sociological Data #4

Subseries N. Archival Analysis

Box 4 Folder 1 Discussions with Archivists
Folder 2 Archival Notes
Folder 3 Spokesperson Telephone Interviews #1
Folder 4 Spokesperson Telephone Interviews #2
Folder 5 Archival Analysis
Folder 6 Archival Analysis, NSF Proposal, Sep-90
Folder 7 CERN, Nov-90
Folder 8 Spokesperson Survey, Jan-91
Folder 9 Foreign Spokesperson Survey

Subseries O. Final Reports

Box 4 Folder 10 NHPRC Final Report
Folder 11 National Science Foundation Final Report
Folder 12 Mellon Final Report, Krige
Folder 13 Reports Distribution List
Folder 14 Reports, Miscellaneous
Folder 15 Published Reports:
No. 1: Summary of Project, Activities and Findings/Project Recommendations
No. 2: Documenting Collaborations in High-Energy Physics
No. 3: Catalog of Selected Historical Materials
No. 4: Historical Findings on Collaborations in High-Energy Physics

Subseries P. Papers on HEP Project

Box 4 Folder 16 Society of American Archivists Presentation, Oct-89
Folder 17 Vugraphs on Documentation Strategy Project, Oct-89
Folder 18 Women in HEP, 1991
Folder 19 Comments on HEP Reports Drafts, 1991-1992
Folder 20 HEP Catalog Drafts

Subseries Q. Other Projects

Box 4 Folder 21 Masters Thesis on HEP Libraries
Folder 22 Hoddeson and Westfall, "Fermilab", 1965-1990
Folder 23 "String" Paper by Mark Bodnarczuk, 1990
Readings File

Series II. Phase I - High Energy Physics, Oral History Interviews

Boxes 5-12; 17 audio cassette cases.

Some interviews also have audio tapes, which are indicated in parentheses after the name.

Subseries A. Administrator Interviews

Box 5 Abashian, Alexander, National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Berley, David, National Science Foundation (U. S.) (2 folders) (Tape Box 1)
Hildebrand, Bernard, U. S. Dept. of Energy (Tape Box 1)
Kikuchi, Ken, KEK (Tape Box 1)
McDaniel, Boyce D. (Boyce Dawkins), Cornell University, Newman Laboratory (Tape Box 1)
Nishikawa, Tetsuji, Science University at Tokyo (Tape Box 1)
Neal, Homer A., University of Michigan (Tape Box 1)
Ticho, Harold Klein, University of California, San Diego (Tape Box 1)
Wallenmeyer, William Anton, U. S. Dept. of Energy (Tape Box 1)

Subseries B. CERN Interviews

Box 5 Myatt, G, T, 185, T-228 (Tape Box 1)
Aubert, B, UA-1 (Tape Box 1)
Cittolin, Sergio, UA-1 (Tape Box 1)
Eisenhandler, Eric, UA-1 (Tape Box 1)
Eggert, K., UA-1 (Tape Box 1)
Ellis, N. (Nick), UA-1 (Tape Box 1)
Garvey, J., UA-1 (Tape Box 17)
Hoffmann, Hans, UA-1
Kernan, Anne, UA-1 (Tape Box 17)
Linglin, D., UA-1 (Tape Box 1)
Norton, Alan, UA-1
Savoy-Navarro, A., UA-1
Banner, Michael, UA-2
Darriulat, Pierre, UA-2
Di Lella, L, UA-2
Gaillard, Jean-Marc, UA-2
Goggi, Georgio, UA-2
Gildemeister, Otto, UA-2
Jenni, Peter, UA-2
Onions, Chris, UA-2
Repellin, Jean-Paul, UA-2 (Tape Box 17)
Schacher, J., UA-2 (Tape Box 17)
Zaccone, H., UA-2
Turlay, R., WA-1
Ekelof, T., WA-9
Grafstrom, P., WA-9 (Tape Box 17)
Schegelsky, V., WA-9 (Tape Box 17)

Subseries C. Pilot Interviews

Box 5 Lee, Wonyong, BNL-776 (Tape Box 2)
Tzanakos, George S., BNL-776 (Tape Box 2)
Baggett, Neil V., SLAC-103 (Tape Box 2)
Brabson, Bennet B., SLAC-103 (Tape Box 2)
Hughes, Vernon W., SLAC-122 (Tape Box 2)
Lubell, Michael S., SLAC-122 (Tape Box 2)
Miller, Roger, SLAC-122
Prescott, Charles, SLAC-122 (Tape Box 2)

Subseries D. Upsilon Experiments

Box 6 Bouclier, Roger, CERN (Tape Box 17)
Bourquin, Maurice, CERN (Tape Box 4)
Charpak, Georges, CERN (Tape Box 17)
Gaillard, Jean-Marc, CERN (Tape Box 4)
Repellin, Jean-Paul, CERN (Tape Box 6)
Santiard, Jean-Claude, CERN (Tape Box 17)
Sauli, Fabio, CERN (Tape Box 17)
Sens, Hans, CERN (Tape Box 6)
Fischler, Mark Steven, Columbia University (Tape Box 4)
Gaines, Irwin, Columbia University (Tape Box 5)
Hsiung, Yee Bob, Columbia University (Tape Box 5)
Paar, Hans P., Columbia University (Tape Box 6)
Saxon, D. H., Columbia University (Tape Box 6)
Weiss, Jeffrey, Columbia University (Tape Box 6)
Yoh, John, Columbia University (Tape Box 7)
Appel, Jeffrey A., Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Brown, Bruce C., Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Brown, Charles N., Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Cooper, William, Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Dixon, Roger L., Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Eartly, David Paul, Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Fast, Ronald Walter, Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Finley, David, Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Gray, Kenneth, Fermilab (Tape Box 4)
Innes, Walter Rundle, Fermilab (Tape Box 5)
Ito, Albert, Fermilab (Tape Box 5)
Jagger, J. M., Fermilab (Tape Box 5)
Jonckheere, Alan, Fermilab (Tape Box 5)
Orava, Risto, Fermilab (Tape Box 6)
Pearsall, Frank, Fermilab (Tape Box 6)
Regan, Thomas, Fermilab (Tape Box 6)
Sugano, Katsuhito, Fermilab (Tape Box 6)
Upton, Jack, Fermilab (Tape Box 6)
Yamanouchi, Taiji, Fermilab (Tape Box 7)
Hemmi, Yasuo, Kyoto University (Tape Box 5)
Maki, Akihiro, KEK (Tape Box 5)
Miyake, Kozo, KEK (Tape Box 5)
Sakai, Yoshihide, KEK (Tape Box 6)
Sasao, Noboru, Kyoto University (Tape Box 6)
Yoshida, Takuo, KEK (Tape Box 7)
Hubbard, J. Richard, Saclay (Tape Box 5)
Mangeot, Philippe, Saclay (Tape Box 5)
Praca, Robert, Saclay (Tape Box 6)
Adams, Mark R., SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 4)
Engelmann, Roderich, SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 4)
Jostlein, Hans, SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 5)
Kaplan, Daniel M., SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 5)
Kephart, Robert David, SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 5)
Kirz, J. (Janos), SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 5)
McCarthy, Robert, SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 5)
Luk, Kam-Biu, University of Washington (Tape Box 5)
Plaag, Robert Emil, University of Washington (Tape Box 6)
Rutherford, John, University of Washington (Tape Box 6)
Toevs, Frederick, University of Washington (Tape Box 6)
Williams, Robert Walter, University of Washington (Tape Box 6)
Young, Kenneth Kong, University of Washington (Tape Box 7)

Subseries E. CLEO

Box 7 Alam, M. S., SUNY - Albany (Tape Box 2)
Bebek, Christopher J., Cornell University (Tape Box 2)
Berkelman, K. (Karl), Cornell University (Tape Box 2)
Besson, David, Cornell University (Tape Box 2)
Gittelman, Bernard, Cornell University (Tape Box 2)
Guida, Jan M., University of Rochester (Tape Box 2)
Horwitz, Nahmin, Syracuse University (Tape Box 2)
Kagan, Harris, Ohio State University (Tape Box 2)
Kass, Richard, Ohio State University (Tape Box 3)
Miller, David H., Purdue University (Tape Box 3)
Moneti, Giancarlo, Syracuse University (Tape Box 3)
Morrison, Rollin John, University of California, Santa Barbara (Tape Box 3)
Panvivi, R. S. (Robert S.), Vanderbilt University (Tape Box 3)
Pipkin, Francis M., Harvard University (Tape Box 3)
Silverman, Albert, Cornell University (Tape Box 3)
Smith, James, Cornell University (Tape Box 3)
Stone, Sheldon, Cornell University (Tape Box 3)
Stroynowski, Ryszard, California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 3)
Tiger, M., Cornell University (Tape Box 3)
Tipton, Paul L., University of Rochester (Tape Box 3)
Thorndike, Edward H. (2 folders), University of Rochester (Tape Box 3)

Subseries F. Psi Discovery

Box 7 Boyarski, Adam (Tape Box 3)
Chinowsky, William, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 3)
Fryberger, David, Stanford University (Tape Box 3)
Goldhaber, Gerson, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 3)
Panofsky, Wolfgang Kurt Hermann, SLAC (Tape Box 3)
Perl, Martin L., SLAC (Tape Box 3)
Rees, John Robert, SLAC (Tape Box 4)
Richter, Burton, SLAC (Tape Box 4)
Schwitters, Roy F., SLAC (Tape Box 4)

Subseries G. BNL-643 Experiments

Box 7 Barnes, Peter D., Carnegie-Mellon (Tape Box 7)
Kunselman, A. Raymond, University of Wyoming (Tape Box 7)
Sutton, Roger B., Carnegie-Mellon (Tape Box 7)
Welsh, Robert E., William and Mary (Tape Box 7)
Winter, Rolf Gerhard, William and Mary (Tape Box 7)

Subseries H. BNL-650 Experiments

Box 7 Beier, Eugene W., University of Pennsylvania (Tape Box 7)
Good, Myron L., SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 7)
Grannis, Paul D., SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 7)
Johnson, Karl, SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 7)
Kirz, J. (Janos), SUNY - Stony Brook (Tape Box 7)
Weisberg, Howard L., University of Pennsylvania (Tape Box 7)

Subseries I. BNL-654 Experiments

Box 8 Bensinger, James, Brandeis University (Tape Box 7)
Button-Shafer, Janice, University of Massachusetts (Tape Box 7)
Edelstein, Richard M., Carnegie-Mellon University (Tape Box 8)
Goldberg, Marvin, Syracuse University (Tape Box 8)
Lindenbaum, S. J., Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)
Love, William A., Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)
Ozaki, S. (Satoshi), Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)

Subseries J. BNL-734 Experiments

Box 8 Beier, Eugene W., University of Pennsylvania (Tape Box 8)
Diwan, Milind V., Brown University (Tape Box 8)
Erickson Ted, Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 17)
Gibbard, Bruce, Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)
Lanou, Robert E., Brown University (Tape Box 8)
Mann, Alfred K., University of Pennsylvania (Tape Box 8)
Marx, Michael D., SUNY-Stony Brook (Tape Box 8)
Murtagh, Michael J., Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)
Nagashima, Yorikiyo, Osaka University (Tape Box 8)
Pearson, Charles, Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)
Suzuki, Yoichiro, Osaka University (Tape Box 8)
Van Lith, Martin, Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)
White, David Hywell, Brookhaven National Laboratory (Tape Box 8)

Subseries K. BNL-791

Box 8 Arisaka, Katsushi, University of Pennsylvania (Tape Box 9)
Cousins, Robert D., UCLA (Tape Box 9)
Greenhalgh, John Field, Princeton University (Tape Box 9)
Molzon, William R., University of California, Irvine (Tape Box 9)
Ritchie, Jack L., University of Texas (Tape Box 9)
Sanders, Gary H. (Gary Hilton), Los Alamos National Laboratory (Tape Box 9)
Urheim, Jon Erik, University of Pennsylvania (Tape Box 9)
Wojcicki, Stanley G., SLAC (Tape Box 9)

Subseries L. FNAL-289 Experiments

Box 8 Bujak, Adam, Dubna (Tape Box 9)
Goulianos, K., Rockefeller, University (Tape Box 9)
Malamud, Ernest, Fermilab (Tape Box 9)
Melissinos, Adrian C. (Adrian Constantin), University of Rochester (Tape Box 9)
Pilipenko, Yuri and Vladimir Nikitin, Dubna (Tape Box 9)
Yamada, Ryuji, Fermilab (Tape Box 10)

Subseries M. FNAL-616 Experiments

Box 9 Barish, Barry C., California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 10)
Bartlett, Frederick, Fermilab (Tape Box 10)
Blair, Robert, Fermilab (Tape Box 10)
Bodek, Arie, University of Rochester (Tape Box 10)
Fackler, O. (Orrin), Rockefeller University (Tape Box 10)
Fisk, H. Eugene, Fermilab (Tape Box 11)
Purohit, Milind V.California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 11)
Sciulli, Frank J., Columbia University (Tape Box 11)
Shaevitz, Michael, Columbia University (Tape Box 11)

Subseries N. FNAL-398 Experiments

Box 9 Kirk, T. B. W. (Thomas Bernard Walter), University of Illinois (Tape Box 10)
Mo, L. W. (Luke W.), University of Chicago (Tape Box 10)
Sessoms, Allen Lee, Harvard University (Tape Box 10)
Wilson, Richard, Harvard University (Tape Box 10)
Wright, S. Courtenay, University of Chicago (Tape Box 10)

Subseries O. FNAL-428 Experiments

Box 9 Hebert, Jacques, University of Ottawa (Tape Box 10)
Jacquot, C. J. and Suren, Jean N. (Tape Box 10)
Otterlund, Ingvar, Lund University (Tape Box 10)
Villar Eugenio, Universidad de Cantabria (Tape Box 10)

Subseries P. FNAL-632 Experiments

Box 9 Aderholz, Michael, Max Planck Institut, Munich (Tape Box 11)
Bingham, Harry H., University of California, Berkeley (Tape Box 11)
Coutures, Christian, Saclay (Tape Box 11)
Harigel, G. G. (Gert G), CERN (Tape Box 11)
Jones, Goronwy Tudor, University of Birmingham (Tape Box 11)
Marage, Pierre, University of Brussels (Tape Box 11)
Miller, Donald, Imperial College, London (Tape Box 11)
Neveu, Monique, Saclay (Tape Box 11)
Schneps, J. (Jacob), Tufts University (Tape Box 11)
Smart, Wesley M., Fermilab (Tape Box 11)

Subseries Q. FNAL-715 Experiments

Box 9 Cooper, Peter S., Yale University (Tape Box 12)
Lach, Joseph, Fermilab (Tape Box 12)
McCliment, Edward, University of Iowa (Tape Box 12)
Newsom, Charles, University of Iowa (Tape Box 12)
Winston, Roland, University of Chicago (Tape Box 12)

Subseries R. SLAC-E 132 Experiments

Box 10 Carnegie, Robert K., Carleton University (Tape Box 12)
Estabrooks, Penny, Carleton University (Tape Box 12)
Leith, David W. G. S., SLAC (Tape Box 12)
Oakham, F. Gerald, Carleton University (Tape Box 12)
Ratcliff, Blair, SLAC (Tape Box 12)
Shapiro, Stephen L., SLAC (Tape Box 12)

Subseries S. SLAC-PEP - 004-009 Experiments

Box 10 Aihara, Hiroaki, University of Tokyo (Tape Box 13)
Bloom, E. (Elliott), SLAC (Tape Box 13)
Buchanan, Charles D., University of California, Los Angeles (Tape Box 13)
Caldwell, D. O. (David O.), University of California, Santa Barbara (Tape Box 13)
Galtieri, Lina, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Kamae, Tune, University of Tokyo (Tape Box 13)
Marx, Jay N., Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Nygren, David R., Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Oddone, Piermaria J., Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Paar, Hans P., University of California, San Diego (Tape Box 13)
Ronan, Michael T., Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Shapiro, Marjorie, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Shen, Benjamin Shih Ping, University of California, Riverside (Tape Box 14)

Subseries T. SLAC-E 137 Experiments

Box 10 Bjorken, James D., SLAC (Tape Box 17)
Ecklund, Stanley, SLAC (Tape Box 12)
Halbo, Finn, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (Tape Box 12)
Lu, Bin, Fermilab (Tape Box 13)
Mo, L. W. (Luke, W.), (Tape Box 13)
Nelson, Walter R. (Walter Ralph), SLAC (Tape Box 13)

Subseries U. SLAC-PEP-006 Experiments

Box 10 Ford, William T., University of Colorado (Tape Box 14)
Groom, Donald E., University of Utah (Tape Box 14)
Heltsley, Brian K., University of Wisconsin (Tape Box 14)
Peruzzi, I., University of Perugia (Tape Box 14)
Box 11 Piccolo, M., Frascati (Tape Box 14)
Ritson, David M., SLAC (Tape Box 14)
Rosenberg, Leslie J., University of Chicago (Tape Box 14)
Von Goeler, Eberhard, Northeastern University (Tape Box 14)

Subseries V. SLAC-SP - 024 Experiments

Box 11 Bloom, E. (Elliott), SLAC (Tape Box 14)
Bulos, Fatin, SLAC (Tape Box 14)
Coyne, Donald, University of California, Santa Cruz (Tape Box 14)
Oreglia, Mark J., Stanford University (Tape Box 14)
Peck, Charles, California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 14)
Porter, Frank, California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 15)
Strauch, Karl, Harvard University (Tape Box 15)

Subseries W. SLAC-SP - 032 Experiments

Box 11 Baltrusaitis, Rose Mary, California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 15)
Cook, Victor, University of Washington (Tape Box 15)
Hitlin, David, California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 15)
Mozley, Robert Fred, SLAC (Tape Box 15)
Seiden, A. (Abraham), University of California, Santa Cruz (Tape Box 15)
Schindler, Rafe, SLAC (Tape Box 15)
Schalk, Terry L., University of California, Santa Cruz (Tape Box 15)
Thaler, Jon Jacob, University of Illinois (Tape Box 15)
Toki, Walter, SLAC (Tape Box 15)
Wattenberg, Albert, University of Illinois (Tape Box 15)
Wisinski, Dennis, SLAC (Tape Box 15)
Wisniewski, William, California Institute of Technology (Tape Box 15)

Subseries X. Irvine-Michigan-Brookhaven Underground (IMB)

Box 11 Cortez, Bruce Gilbert, Harvard University (Tape Box 16)
Errede, Steven, University of Michigan (Tape Box 16)
Goldhaber, Maurice, Brookhaven (Tape Box 16)
Jones, Tegid W., University College, London (Tape Box 16)
Kropp, William R., University of California, Irvine
Reines, Frederick, University of California, Irvine (Tape Box 16)
Sinclair, Daniel, University of Michigan (Tape Box 16)
Sobel, Henry W., University of California, Irvine (Tape Box 16)
Sulak, Lawrence R., University of Michigan (Tape Box 16)
Van der Velde, John C., University of Michigan (Tape Box 16)

Subseries Y. FNAL-310, SLAC-SP-007B

Box 12 Cline, D. (David), University of Wisconsin (Tape Box 16)
Mann, Alfred K., University of Pennsylvania (Tape Box 16)

Subseries Z. Perspectives: Subcontracting

Box 12 Joint interview with LeCroy Corporation Principals (Tape Box 16)
Bedesem, Michael, LeCroy Corporation (Tape Box 16)
Farr, Werner, LeCroy Corporation (Tape Box 16)
LeCroy, Walter, Lecroy Corporation (Tape Box 16)
Michalowski, Alan, LeCroy Corporation (Tape Box 16)

Subseries AA. Perspectives: Women and Minorities

Box 12 Burchat, Patricia R., University of California, Santa Cruz (Tape Box 17)
Freese, Katherine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Tape Box 17)
Gagnon, Pauline, University of California, Santa Cruz (Tape Box 17)
Hanson, Gail G., Indiana University (Tape Box 17)
Luth, Vera G., SLAC (Tape Box 17)

Series III. Phase II - Space Science and Geophysics (SSG), Project Files, 1990-1994

Boxes 13-16

The SSG Project Files include sub-series A - T covering the following subjects: Proposals, Program Reports, Working Groups, Correspondence, Experiment Selection, Site Visits, Question Sets, Archives and Records Managers Interviews, Archives and Records Managers Questionnaires, Oral History Interviews, Database Reports, Census, Case Studies, Historical Analysis, Sociological Analysis, Archival Analysis, Archives Data, Final Reports, Miscellaneous, and Readings.

Subseries A. Proposals

Box 13 Folder 1 SSG Proposal
Folder 2 GeoSpace Proposal, Miscellaneous
Folder 3 NSF Proposal, 9/90
Folder 4 Proposal Draft and Letter to Readers, 7/90
Folder 5 NSF Proposal and Comments on Draft, 9/90
Folder 6 NSF Peer Review of Proposal, 9/91
Folder 7 Feedback
Folder 8 Proposal Bibliography
Folder 9 NASA Space-Geo Proposal, 11/90
Folder 10 Mellon Proposals

Subseries B. Reports to Funding Agencies

Box 13 Folder 11 Progress Reports, Mellon, 11/92
Folder 12 Progress Reports, Mellon, 2/94
Folder 13 Progress Reports, NHPRC-SSG-1, 4/92
Folder 14 Progress Reports, NHPRC-SSG-2, 10/92
Folder 15 Progress Reports, NHPRC-SSG-3, 4/93
Folder 16 Progress Reports, NHPRC-SSG-4, Sep-93
Folder 17 Progress Reports, NHPRC-SSG-5, Feb-94
Folder 18 Progress Reports, NHPRC-SSG-6, Sep-94
Folder 19 Progress Reports, NSF, Dec-92
Folder 20 Progress Reports, NSF, Feb-94
Folder 21 Progress Reports, NSF, Final, Dec-94

Subseries C. Working Groups

Box 13 Folder 22 Working Group Correspondence
Folder 23 Roster
Folder 24 Working Group Expenses, Nov-91
Folder 25 Working Group, Miscellaneous
Folder 26 Working Group Meeting, Nov-91
Folder 27 Handouts
Folder 28 Meeting Minutes, Nov-91
Folder 29 Meeting Notes, Nov-91
Folder 30 Meeting Mailing, Nov-91
Folder 31 Mailing to Working Group, May-93
Folder 32 Working Group Meeting, May-93
Folder 33 Minutes, May-93
Folder 34 Working Group Mailing, Oct-93
Folder 35 Consultants Mailing, Mar-95
Folder 36 Consultants Meeting, Apr-95
Folder 37 Working Group Draft Comments
Folder 38 Working Group Mailing, Draft Reports, May-95
Folder 39 Subcontracting Study
Folder 40 SSG Scheduling
Folder 41 Parallel Study of ESA

Subseries D. Correspondence

Box 13 Folder 42 Aaserud
Folder 43 Access Policy
Folder 44 Baume
Folder 45 Cook
Folder 46 Day
Folder 47 JPL
Folder 48 Krige/Russo
Folder 49 Nebeker
Folder 50 Oreskes
Folder 51 Smith
Folder 52 Sproull
Folder 53 Gilmore
Folder 54 Tatarewicz
Folder 55 Zucker
Folder 56 Mail Logs, 11/91-9/93

Subseries E. Experiment Selection

Box 14 Folder 1 Space-Geo Potential Case Studies, Oct. 90
Folder 2 Space-Geo Potential Case Studies, Sept. 91
Folder 3 Potential Case Study Material - Post-Working Group Material, Nov. 91

Subseries F. Site Visits

Box 14 Folder 4 Site Visits, Oct-95
Folder 5 Site Visits, NASA Hdq., Aug-95
Folder 6 Site Visits, Goddard, Aug-95

Subseries G. Question Sets

Box 14 Folder 7 Meeting Mailing, re: Q-sets, case studies, Feb-92
Folder 8 Question Set, Space Science/NASA Policy Makers, Aug-92
Folder 9 Question Set, Space Science, Oct-91
Folder 10 Question Set, Geophysics, Oct-91
Folder 11 Question Set, Oceanography, Oct-91
Folder 12 Working Group Revisions to Q. Sets, Nov-91
Folder 13 Question Set for Scientists
Folder 14 Question Set, Revised, Dec-91
Folder 15 Question Sets, Feedback, Jan-92
Folder 16 Question Set Cards
Folder 17 Question Set Forms

Subseries H. Archives and Records Managers Interviews

Box 14 Folder 18 Bowers
Folder 19 Goddard Space Flight Center/Tolliver
Folder 20 Scripps Institute/Day
Folder 21 Texas A and M University
Folder 22 SUNY-Buffalo
Folder 23 University College, London
Folder 24 University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Folder 25 University of British Columbia
Folder 26 University of Edinburgh
Folder 27 University of Miami
Folder 28 University of Texas, Austin
Folder 29 University of Washington
Folder 30 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
Folder 31 Colorado State University
Folder 32 European Archives
Folder 33 NCUACS/Peter Harper
Folder 34 Cambridge University
Folder 35 Imperial College, London
Folder 36 Institute of Oceanographic Sciences/UK
Folder 37 Joint Oceanographic Institutions
Folder 38 Max Planck Institute
Folder 39 NASA Headquarters
Folder 40 NCAR/Rabson
Folder 41 National Science Foundation
Folder 42 NOAA
Folder 43 NASA-JPL
Folder 44 Ocean Drilling Program
Folder 45 Oregon State University
Folder 46 Purdue University
Folder 47 Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Folder 48 Science and Engineering Research Council
Folder 49 U.S. Geological Survey

Subseries I. Archives and Records Managers Questionnaires

Box 14 Folder 50 AMPTE
Folder 51 COCORP
Folder 52 DSDP
Folder 53 Einstein
Folder 54 GISP
Folder 55 Giotto
Folder 56 IRIS
Folder 57 ISCCP
Folder 58 ISEE
Folder 59 IUE
Folder 60 Parkfield
Folder 61 Voyager
Folder 62 WCR
Folder 63 WOCE
Folder 64 Records Questions - Prospective Interviews
Folder 65 (unmarked file)[Question sets for Archivists]

Subseries J. Oral History Interviews

Box 14 Folder 66 Pencil Survey, to precede interviews
Folder 67 Perspective Interviews, SSG
Folder 68 Perspective Interviews, Women
Folder 69 Spouse Survey, Oceanography
Folder 70 OHI - Status Form
Folder 71 Interviews
Folder 72 OHI Trips, Australia, Nov-92
Folder 73 OHI Trips, Europe, 1993
Folder 74 OHI Interviews, London, 1992
Folder 75 OHI Interviews, D.C., Mar-93
Folder 76 OHI Interviews, Penn State, Buffalo, Ithaca
Folder 77 OHI Interviews, Texas
Folder 78 OHI Interviews, Maryland and D.C., 1992
Folder 79 OHI Interviews, Seattle, etc., 1992
Folder 80 OHI Interviews, D.C., 1994
Folder 81 OHI Interviews, Midwest, 1994

Subseries K. Database Reports

Box 15 Folder 1 AMPTE
Folder 2 COCORP
Folder 3 DSDP
Folder 4 Einstein
Folder 5 Giotto
Folder 6 GISP
Folder 7 ISCCP
Folder 8 IRIS
Folder 9 ISSE
Folder 10 IUE
Folder 11 Parkfield
Folder 12 Voyager
Folder 13 WCR
Folder 14 WOCE

Subseries L. Census

Box 15 Folder 15 Geophysics
Folder 16 Oceanography
Folder 17 Space
Folder 18 Census Database, Jan-92
Folder 19 Databases for SSG Census, 10,11/91
Folder 20 SSG Database, General Info
Folder 21 SSG Database Records

Subseries M. Case Studies

Box 15 Folder 22 General Information
Folder 23 AMPTE
Folder 24 COCORP
Folder 25 DSDP, Leg 85
Folder 26 DSDP, Leg 133
Folder 27 Einstein
Folder 28 GISP
Folder 29 GIOTTO
Folder 30 IRIS
Folder 31 ISCCP
Folder 32 ISEE
Folder 33 IUE
Folder 34 Parkfield
Folder 35 Voyager
Folder 36 Voyager, Mariner Jupiter Saturn, 1977
Folder 37 Voyager, Project Plan
Folder 38 WCR
Folder 39 WOCE

Subseries N. Historical Analysis

Box 15 Folder 40 Geophysics
Folder 41 Space Science
Folder 42 Subcontracting, Nebeker
Folder 43 Historical Analysis, Indexing Form

Subseries O. Sociological Analysis

Box 15 Folder 44 SSG Reports
Folder 45 Zucker

Subseries P. Archival Analysis

Box 15 Folder 46 Geophysics
Folder 47 Space Science
Folder 48 Agency Practices

Subseries Q. Archives Data

Box 15 Folder 50 Notes
Folder 51 Reports, DSDP/ODP
Folder 52 Reports, COCORP
Folder 53 Interview Summaries, 10/93
Folder 54 Background
Folder 55 Archives data, Sites, NARA/FRCs

Subseries R. Final Reports

Box 16 Folder 1 Report No. 1: Summary of Project Activities and Findings, Project Recommendations
Folder 2 Report No. 2: Documenting Collaborations in Space Science and Geophysics
Folder 3 Report No. 2: Documenting Collaborations in Space Science and Geophysics
Folder 4 OHI Interviewees Who Have Requested Reports
Folder 5 Reports Sent.
Folder 6 Report Comments
Folder 7 U.S.G.S. Post-Publication Follow-up, 1996

Subseries S. Miscellaneous Files

Box 16 Folder 8 Collabs Procedures - SSG
Folder 9 Project Archivist File, General Information, 1992-1993
Folder 10 AIP History Center, Advisory Committee Meeting, 5/29/1992
Folder 11 NARA, Appraisal Assignments
Folder 12 Federal Records/Consultants
Folder 13 D.O.E. R and D Retention Schedules
Folder 14 Readings, SSG
Folder 15 Draft Reports, Readings, SSG (3 folders)
Folder 16 Geophysical Listing of Interviewees
Folder 17 SSG Bibliography
Folder 18 Archival Findings, SSG
Folder 19 Society of American Archivist Sci-Tech Roundtable Newsletter
Folder 20 Society of American Archivists Talk, 1992
Folder 21 Carnegie Institute Conference, Jun-92
Folder 22 E-mail
Folder 23 News Clippings
Folder 24 Global Oscillator Network Group

Subseries T. Readings

Box 16 Folder 25 Readings on a Broad Range of Multi-Institutional Collaborations Subjects

Series IV. Phase II - Space Science and Geophysics, Oral History Interviews

Boxes 17-22; 15 audio cassette cases.

Some interviews also have audio tapes, which are indicated in parentheses after the name.

Subseries A. Perspectives Interviews

Box 17 Bergeron, J. (Jacqueline), International Astronomical Union (Tape Box 15)
Cavallo, Giacomo, European Space Agency, Paris (Tape Box 15)
Hart, Richard (Richard Cullen) (Tape Box 15)
Huber, Martin, European Space Research and Technology Centre (Tape Box 15)
Janofsky, Aaron, International Council of Scientific Unions (Tape Box 15)
Kecskemeti, Charles, International Council on Archives (Tape Box 15)
Lafferranderie, Gabriel, European Space Agency, Paris (Tape Box 15)
Marton-Lefevre, Julia, International Council of Scientific Unions (Tape Box 15)
Melchoir, Paul (Tape Box 15)
Morel, Pierre, World Climate Research Program, Geneva (Tape Box 15)
Raither, Siegbert, UNESCO (Tape Box 15)

Subseries B. AMPTE Interviews

Box 17 Acuna, Mario Humberto, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 1)
Bryant, D. A. (Duncan Alan), Science and Engineering Research Council, UK (Tape Box 1)
Dassoulas, John, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory (Tape Box 1)
Eastman, Tim, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Tape Box 1)
Edwards, Trefor, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (Tape Box 1)
Gloeckler, George, University of Maryland (Tape Box 1)
Haerendel, Gerhard, Max Planck Institute (Tape Box 1)
Hamilton, Douglas, University of Maryland (Tape Box 1)
Hausler, Bernd, Institute for Space Technology, Universitat der Bundeswer, Munich (Tape Box 1)
Hedgecock, Peter, Institute of Oceanographic Studies (Tape Box 1)
Krimijes, Thomas, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory (Tape Box 1)
Luhr, Herman, Braunschweig, Germany (Tape Box 2)
McEntire, Richard, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory (Tape Box 2)
Ousley, Gilbert W., BDM Federal, Inc. (Tape Box 2)
Patrick, Tom, Mullard Space Science Laboratory (Tape Box 2)
Rogers, Alan, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (Tape Box 2)
Schmerling, Erwin, NASA (Tape Box 2)
Shelley, Edward George, Lockheed (Tape Box 2)
Stocker, Jakob, Max Planck Institute (Tape Box 2)
Ward, Kim, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (Tape Box 2)

Subseries C. COCORP Interviews

Box 17 Ando, Clifford Joseph, Exxon Production Research (Tape Box 2)
Brown, Larry, Cornell University (Tape Box 2)
Johnson, Leonard Evans, National Science Foundation (Tape Box 2)
Kaufman, Sidney, Shell Development Corporation (Tape Box 2)
Oliver, J. E. (Jack Ertle), Cornell University (Tape Box 3)
Sanford, Allan R., New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (Tape Box 3)
Thompson, George A. (George Albert), Stanford University (Tape Box 3)

Subseries D. DSDP Interviews

Box 18 Barron, John A., U. S. Geological Survey (Tape Box 3)
Benson, William Edward Barnes, National Research Council (Tape Box 3)
Davies, Peter, University of Sydney, Australia (Tape Box 3)
Douglas, Robert G., University of Southern California (Tape Box 3)
Drake, Charles L., Dartmouth College (Tape Box 3)
Julson, Amanda Palmer (Tape Box 4)
Kroon, Dick, University of Edinburgh (Tape Box 3)
Langseth, Marcus G., Lamont Doherty (Tape Box 3)
Maxwell, Arthur Eugene, University of Texas at Austin (Tape Box 3)
Mayer, Larry A., University of New Brunswick (Tape Box 3)
McKenzie, J. A. (Judith A.), Geological Institute of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Tape Box 3)
Nierenberg, William Aaron, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Tape Box 3)
Peerdeman, Frank, Australian National University (Tape Box 4)
Pilgram, Christopher, Australian Bureau of Mineral Resources (Tape Box 4)
Pollard, Eugene, Texas A&M University (Tape Box 4)
Swart, P. K. (Peter K.), Rosenstiel School, University of Miami (Tape Box 4)
Symonds, P. A. (Philip Alexander), Australian Bureau of Mineral Resources (Tape Box 4)
Van Andel, Tjeerd H. (Tjeerd Hendrik), University of Cambridge (Tape Box 4)

Subseries E. Einstein Project Interviews

Box 18 Boldt, Elihu, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 4)
Clark, George W., MIT (Tape Box 4)
Dailey, Carroll, Marshall Space Flight Center (Tape Box 4)
Friedman, Herbert, Naval Research Laboratory (Tape Box 4)
Giacconi, Riccardo, European Southern Observatory, Munich (Tape Box 4)
Gorenstein, Paul, Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysics Observatory (Tape Box 4)
Halpern, Richard E., National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Tape Box 5)
Helfand, D. J. (David J.), Columbia University (Tape Box 5)
Hamilton, Thomas, Columbia University (Tape Box 5)
Holt, Stephen S., Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 5)
McDonald, Frank, University of Maryland (Tape Box 5)
Murray, Stephen, Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysics Observatory (Tape Box 5)
Opp, Albert, BDM Corporation (Tape Box 5)
Spear, Fred, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Tape Box 5)
Stuhlinger, Ernst, Marshall Space Flight Center (Tape Box 5)
Tananbaum, Harvey D. Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysics Observatory (Tape Box 5)

Subseries F. GIOTTO Interviews

Box 19 Balsiger, H. (Tape Box 5)
Bonnet, R.-M. (Roger-M.) (Tape Box 5)
Credland, J. D. (John D.), European Space Agency, Noordwjik (Tape Box 5)
Dale, David, ESTEC, Noordwjik (Tape Box 5)
Johnstone, Alan D., Mullard Space Science Laboratory (Tape Box 5)
Keller, Horst Uwe, Max-Planck-Institut in Lindau (Tape Box 6)
Kissel, J., University of Heidelberg (Tape Box 6)
Krankowsky, Dieter, University of Heidelberg (Tape Box 6)
Levasseur-Regourd, Anny-Chantal, University of Paris (Tape Box 6)
Link, David, British Aerospace (Tape Box 6)
McKenna-Lawlor, Susan M. P., St. Patrick's College (near Dublin) (Tape Box 6)
McDonnell, J. A. M. (James Anthony Michael), University of Kent at Canterbury (Tape Box 6)
Neubauer, Fritz M., University of Braunschweig (Tape Box 6)
Reinhard, R., European Space Agency (Tape Box 6)
Rème, Henri, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse (Tape Box 6)

Subseries G. GISP Interviews

Box 19 Alley, Richard B., Pennsylvania State University (Tape Box 6)
Broecker, Wallace S., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (Tape Box 6)
Dansgaard, W. (Tape Box 6)
Hammer, Klaus (Tape Box 6)
Kelley, John Joseph, Polar Ice Coring Office, University of Alaska, Fairbanks (Tape Box 6)
Koci, Bruce, University of Nebraska (Tape Box 6)
Langway, Chester C., SUNY, Buffalo (Tape Box 7)
Mayewski, Paul A., University of New Hampshire (Tape Box 7)
Meese, D. A., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (Tape Box 7)
Oeschger, H. (Hans), University of Bern (Tape Box 7)
Palais, Julie M. (Julie Michelle), University of New Hampshire (Tape Box 7)
Wahlen, Martin, Scripps Institution of Oceanography. (Tape Box 7)
White, James, University of Colorado, Boulder (Tape Box 7)
Wilson, Alexander, University of Arizona (Tape Box 7)
Zimmerman, Herman, National Science Foundation (Tape Box 7)

Subseries H. IRIS Interviews

Box 20 Alexander, Shelton S., Pennsylvania State University (Tape Box 7)
Ahern, Tim, University of Washington Seattle (Tape Box 7)
Braile, Lawrence, Purdue University (Tape Box 7)
Dziewonski, A. M., Harvard University (Tape Box 7)
Fowler, James, IRIS Headquarters (Tape Box 7)
Harder, Stephen, University of Texas at El Paso (Tape Box 8)
Keller, G. Randy (George Randy), University of Texas at El Paso (Tape Box 8)
Lutter, William, Purdue University (Tape Box 8)
McEvilly, Thomas, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Tape Box 8)
McMechan, George A., University of Texas at Dallas (Tape Box 8)
Orcutt, John, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Tape Box 8)
Passmore, Paul R., Refraction Technology, Dallas, Texas (Tape Box 8)
Phinney, Robert A., Princeton University (Tape Box 8)
Smith, Stewart W., University of Washington (Tape Box 8)
Steim, Joeseph, Quanterra Corporation (Tape Box 8)

Subseries I. ISCCP Interviews

Box 20 Bretherton, F. P., University of Wisconsin (Tape Box 8)
Campbell, Garrett, Colorado State University (Tape Box 8)
Desbois, Michael, Ecole Polytechnique Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique (Tape Box 8)
Doos, Bo R., Vienna, Austria (Tape Box 8)
Jenne, Roy, National Center for Atmospheric Research (Tape Box 9)
McBean, G. A., University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Tape Box 9)
Ohring, George, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Tape Box 9)
Paltridge, Garth William, Institute for Antarctic and Southern Ocean Studies (Tape Box 9)
Raschke, Ehrhard, Brussels, Belgium (Tape Box 9)
Rossow, William Brigance, Goddard Institute for Space Studies (Tape Box 9)
Ruprecht, Eberhard, University of Kiel, Vienna, Austria (Tape Box 9)
Seze, Genevieve, Ecole Normale Superieur (Tape Box 9)
Schiffer, R. A. (Robert A.), NASA (Tape Box 9)
Smith, Eric, Florida State University (Tape Box 9)
Vonder Haar, Thomas H., Colorado State University (Tape Box 9)

Subseries J. ISEE Interviews

Box 20 Bame, Samuel, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Tape Box 9)
Eaton, Derrick, European Space Agency (Tape Box 9)
Frank, Louis A., University of Iowa (Tape Box 9)
Harvey, Christopher, ISEE, Meudon, Paris (Tape Box 9)
Hovestadt, Dietrich, Max Planck Institute, Munich, Germany (Tape Box 10)
Madden, Jerry, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Tape Box 10)
Ogilvie, Keith, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 10)
Paschmann, Goetz, Max Planck Institute, Munich Germany (Tape Box 10)
Pederson, A., European Space Agency (Tape Box 10)
Williams, Donald, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (Tape Box 10)

Subseries K. IUE Interviews

Box 21 Barker, Peter F., Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (Tape Box 10)
Benvenuti, P., IUE Observatory (Tape Box 10)
Boggess, Albert, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 10)
Boksenberg, Alec, Royal Greenwich Observatory, Cambridge (Tape Box 10)
Clavelle, Jean, ESTEC, Holland (Tape Box 10)
Dupree, Andrea K., Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (Tape Box 10)
Evans, Dennis, Advanced Technology and Research (Tape Box 10)
Garton, W. S., Imperial College, London (Tape Box 10)
Heap, S. R. (Sara R.), Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 11)
Linsky, J. L. (Jeffrey L.), National Bureau of Standards and Technology/Univ. of Colorado (Tape Box 11)
Longanecker, Gerald, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 11)
Macchetto, F., Hubble Space Telescope Institute (Tape Box 11)
Meredith, Leslie, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 11)
Roman, Nancy Grace, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 11)
Sandford, Michael, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (Tape Box 11)
Stibbs, Walter, Australian National University (Tape Box 11)
Wilson, Robert Woodrow, University College, London (Tape Box 11)

Subseries L. Parkfield Interviews

Box 21 Bakun, W. H. (William H.), U. S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif. (Tape Box 11)
Filson, John R., U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Va., (Tape Box 11)
Gladwin, M. T., University of Queensland (Tape Box 11)
Langbein, John, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif. (Tape Box 11)
Linde, Alan, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D.C. (Tape Box 11)
Lindh, Allan, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif. (Tape Box 11)
Michael, A. J. (Andrew Jay), U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif. (Tape Box 11)
Prescott, W. H., U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif. (Tape Box 12)
Roeloffs, E., U.S. Geological Survey, Vancouver, Wa. (Tape Box 12)
Sykes, L. R., Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (Tape Box 12)

Subseries M. Voyager Interviews

Box 21 Allison, Michael, Goddard Institute for Space Studies (Tape Box 12)
Belton, M. J. S., National Optical Astronomy Observatory, Tucson, Arizona
Broadfoot, A. Lyle, University of Arizona (Tape Box 12)
Casani, John, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Tape Box 12)
Conrath, Barney, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 12)
Donahue, Thomas M., University of Michigan (Tape Box 12)
Flasar, F. Michael, Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 12)
Franzgrote, Ernest, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Tape Box 12)
Gautier, D. (Daniel), Paris Observatory at Meudon (Tape Box 12)
Hanel, R. A., Goddard Space Flight Center (Tape Box 12)
Hord, Charles, University of Colorado, Boulder (Tape Box 12)
Keller, Warren, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Tape Box 12)
Box 22 Kohlhase, Charles, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Lane, Arthur L. (Tape Box 13)
Lillie, Charles F. (Tape Box 13)
Owen, Tobias C., University of Hawaii
Rasool, Ichtique (Tape Box 13)
Schurmeier, Harris (Tape Box 13)
Shemansky, D. E., University of Arizona (Tape Box 13)
Smith, Bradford
Stone, Edward, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Tape Box 13)
Textor, George, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Tape Box 13)

Subseries N. Warm Core Rings (WCR) Interviews

Box 22 Bishop, James, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (Tape Box 13)
Brown, Otis, Rosenstiel School, University of Miami (Tape Box 13)
Evans, Robert, Rosenstiel School, University of Miami (Tape Box 13)
Flierl, Glenn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Tape Box 13)
Hoge, Frank (Tape Box 13)
McCarthy, James J. (Tape Box 13)
Nelson, David M., Oregon State University (Tape Box 13)
Shink, David R., Texas A&M University (Tape Box 13)
Wiebe, Peter H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (Tape Box 14)

Subseries O. WOCE Interviews

Box 22 Collins, Curtis Allan, National Science Foundation (Tape Box 14)
Craig, Harmon, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Tape Box 14)
Davis, Russ E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Tape Box 14)
Fine, Rana Arnold, Rosenstiel School, University of Miami (Tape Box 14)
Goodrich, David M., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Tape Box 14)
Huyer, Adriana, Oregon State University (Tape Box 14)
Key, Robert M., Princeton University (Tape Box 14)
Lambert, Richard, National Science Foundation (Tape Box 14)
Lupton, John Edward, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Tape Box 14)
McWilliams, James C., National Center for Atmospheric Research (Tape Box 14)
Needler, George Treglohan, Bedford Institute (Tape Box 14)
Nowlin, W. D. (Worth D.), Texas A&M University (Tape Box 14)
Quay, Paul Douglas, University of Washington (Tape Box 14)
Schlosser, Peter, Lamont Doherty (Tape Box 14)
Talley, Lynne D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Tape Box 15)
Weiss, Ray F., Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Tape Box 15)

Series V. Phase III - Ground-Based Astronomy, Materials Science, Heavy-Ion & Nuclear Physics, Medical Physics, Computer-Mediated Collaborations, Project Files, 1992-1998

Boxes 23-24

The Phase III Project Files include sub-series A - N covering the following subjects: Proposals, Reports to Funding Agencies, Working Groups, Correspondence, Consulting Sociologists, Case Studies, Question Sets, Oral History Interviews, Site Visits, Sociological Analysis, Archival Analysis, Historical Analysis, Final Reports, and Readings.

Subseries A. Proposals

Box 23 Folder 1 NHPRC Proposal, Text and Budget, Oct. 1992
Folder 2 NHPRC Proposal, Appendices, Oct. 1992
Folder 3 NHPRC Proposal Reviews, Dec. 1992
Folder 4 NSF Proposal, Jan. 1993
Folder 5 NSF Proposal Comments
Folder 6 Mellon Proposal, Aug. 1995

Subseries B. Reports to Funding Agencies

Box 23 Folder 7 Progress Reports, NHPRC--III, 1, 3/95
Folder 8 Progress Reports, NHPRC-III, 2, 9/95
Folder 9 Progress Reports, NHPRC-III, 3, 3/96
Folder 10 Progress Reports, NHPRC-III, 4, 9/96
Folder 11 Progress Reports, NHPRC-III, 5, 5/97
Folder 12 Progress Reports, NHPRC-III, 6, 2/98
Folder 13 Progress Reports, NSF, 11/95
Folder 14 Progress Reports, NSF, 1/97-8/97
Folder 15 Progress Report, Mellon, 8/85
Folder 16 Progress Report, Mellon, 8/97
Folder 17 Progress Lists

Subseries C. Working Groups

Box 23 Folder 18 Science, General
Folder 19 Science, Candidates
Folder 20 Working Groups Correspondence
Folder 21 Archivists - Minutes of NARA Meeting , 3/17/98

Subseries D. Correspondence

Box 23 Folder 22 Agency Meetings, 1997
Folder 23 Funding Agencies, 1995
Folder 24 General Correspondence
Folder 25 Staff Correspondence, Keyes, 1997

Subseries E. Consulting Sociologists

Box 23 Folder 26 Consultant Search, 1995
Folder 27 Chompalov Dissertation Proposal
Folder 28 Chompalov Bibliography
Folder 29 Chompalov Correspondence, 1995
Folder 30 Chompalov Correspondence, 1996
Folder 31 Chompalov Correspondence, 1997
Folder 32 Chompalov Progress Reports, 1995-1997
Folder 33 Schrum Correspondence, 1995-1997

Subseries F. Case Studies

Box 23 Folder 34 Prospective Fields for Study
Folder 35 Collaborative Access Teams
Folder 36 National Synchrotron Light Source, U13UA

Subseries G. Question Sets

Box 23 Folder 37 Question Sets Drafts, , Sept.-Dec. 1995
Folder 38 Question Sets Drafts and Correspondence, , 1995
Folder 39 Question Sets Drafts and Feedback, Jan. 1996
Folder 40 Question Sets (2), , 1996

Subseries H. Oral History Interviews

Box 23 Folder 41 Project and Interview List
Folder 42 Interview Status Sheets
Folder 43 Interview Log
Folder 44 Correspondence, 1995-1997
Folder 45 OHI Trip - California, 1996
Folder 46 OHI Trip - Chicago, 1996
Folder 47 Indexes, A-L
Folder 48 Indexes, M-Z

Subseries I. Site Visits

Box 24 Folder 1 Funding Agencies
Folder 2 NSF, May 1998

Subseries J. Sociological Analysis

Box 24 Folder 3 Planning Meeting, Jan. 13, 1997
Folder 4 Coding
Folder 5 Draft Report, June 1997

Subseries K. Archival Analysis

Box 24 Folder 6 Planning, 1997
Folder 7 Archival Variables
Folder 8 Archivists Survey
Folder 9 Case Studies Analysis

Subseries L. Historical Analysis

Box 24 Folder 10 Planning, 1997

Subseries M. Final Reports

Box 24 Folder 11 Report No. 1: Summary of Project Activities and Findings, Project Recommendations
Folder 12 Report No. 2: Documenting Collaborations in Ground-Based Astronomy, Materials Science, Heavy-Ion and Nuclear Physics, Medical Physics, and Computer-Mediated Collaborations.

Subseries N. Readings

Box 24 Folder 13 Various Readings on Collaborative Projects

Series VI. Phase III - Ground-Based Astronomy, Materials Science, Heavy-Ion & Nuclear Physics, Medical Physics, Computer-Mediated Collaborations, Oral History Interviews

Boxes 25-27; 5 audio cassette cases.

Some interviews also have audio tapes, which are indicated in parentheses after the name.

Subseries A. Ground-based Astronomy: Astrophysical Research Consortium

Box 25 Heckman, Timothy M. (Timothy Martin) (Tape Box 1)
Gunn, J. E. (James Edward) (Tape Box 1)
Lutz, Julie H. (Tape Box 1)
Margon, Bruce (Tape Box 1)
Ostriker, J. P. (Tape Box 1)
York, Donald Gilbert (Tape Box 1)

Subseries B. Ground-based Astronomy: BIMA Array

Box 25 Blitz, Leo (Tape Box 1)
Crutcher, Richard Metcalf (Tape Box 1)
Welch, William John (Tape Box 1)

Subseries C. Ground-based Astronomy: Hobby-Eberly Telescope

Box 25 Bash, Frank N. (Tape Box 1)
Romani, Roger (Tape Box 1)
Ramsey, Lawrence William (Tape Box 1)

Subseries D. Keck Observatory, n.d.

Box 25 Faber, S. M. (Sandra M.) (Tape Box 1)
Matthews, Keith (Tape Box 1)
Nelson, Jerry E. (Tape Box 1)

Subseries E. Ground-based Astronomy: Sagittarius A

Box 25 Padin, Stephen (Tape Box 1)
Rogers, Alan Ernest Exel (Tape Box 1)
Wright, Melvyn Charles Harman (Tape Box 2)

Subseries F. Ground-based Astronomy: Millimeter Radio Astronomy

Box 25 Backer, Donald C. (Tape Box 2)
Moran, James M. (Tape Box 2)
Readhead, Anthony C. S. (Tape Box 2)

Subseries G. Ground-based Astronomy: VLBI Network

Box 25 Burke, Bernard F. (Tape Box 2)
Cohen, Marshall H. (Marshall Harris) (Tape Box 2)
Kellerman, Kenneth I. (Tape Box 2)

Subseries H. Ground-based Astronomy: TIGA

Box 25 Hamilton, William Oliver (Tape Box 2)

Subseries I. Materials Science: CPIMA (Center on Polymer Interfaces and Macro-molecular Assembly)

Box 25 Curtis, Frank (Tape Box 2)
Raybolt, John (Tape Box 2)
Swalen, Jerome (Tape Box 2)

Subseries J. Materials Science: Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Semiconductor

Box 25 Burland, Donald Maxwell (Tape Box 2)
Forrest, Stephen (Tape Box 2)
Steier, William H. (William Henry) (Tape Box 2)

Subseries K. Materials Science: ARPA Smart Materials Consortium

Box 25 Crowe, Robert (Tape Box 2)
Green, John Arthur Savage (Tape Box 2)
Underwood, Phil (Tape Box 2)
Wagner, James (Tape Box 3)

Subseries L. Materials Science: NSF Science and Technology Center for Superconductivity

Box 26 Brodsky, Merwyn B. (Tape Box 3)
Klein, Miles V. (Tape Box 3)
Poeppelmeier, Kenneth Reinhard (Tape Box 3)

Subseries M. Materials Science: Advanced Light Source Beamline

Box 26 Calcott, Thomas (Tape Box 3)
Ederer, D. L. (Tape Box 3)
Perera, Rupert (Tape Box 3)
Stohr, Joachim (Tape Box 3)

Subseries N. Materials Science: NSLS X3B1 - Crystal Structure of CTA and CTP

Box 26 Cox, David Ernest (Tape Box 3)
McCarron, Eugene (Tape Box 3)
Parise, John (Tape Box 3)

Subseries O. Materials Science: Du Pont-Northwestern-Dow CAT

Box 26 Cohen, J. B. (Jerome Bernard) (Tape Box 3)
Georgopoulos, Joe (Tape Box 3)
Johnson, Robert (Tape Box 3)
Leach, Roger Alan (Tape Box 3)

Subseries P. Materials Science: Positron Consortium

Box 26 Box (Tape Box 3) Canter, K. F.
Lynn, Kelvin G.
Box (Tape Box 4) Mills, Allen P.
Roellig, L. O. (Leonard Oscar)

Subseries Q. Nuclear and Heavy-Ion Physics: BNL E-814 and E-877

Box 26 Barrette, Jean (Tape Box 4)
Cleland, William (Tape Box 4)
Lissauer, David Arie (Tape Box 4)

Subseries R. Nuclear and Heavy-Ion Physics: BNL E-878 and E-896

Box 26 Crawford, Hank (Tape Box 4)

Subseries S. Nuclear and Heavy-Ion Physics: Di-Lepton Spectrometer

Box 26 Kirk, Paul (Tape Box 4)

Subseries T. Nuclear and Heavy-Ion Physics: Zeus

Box 26 Imlay, Richard Larry (Tape Box 4)

Subseries U. Medical Physics

Meeting with Medical Physicists, 12/1/98

Subseries V. Medical Physics: Angiography Diagnostics

Box 26 Brown, George Stephen (Tape Box 4)
Thomlinson, William (Tape Box 4)
Thompson, Albert (Tape Box 4)

Subseries W. Medical Physics: National Digital Mammography Group

Box 26 Johnston, R. Eugene (Tape Box 4)
Nishikawa, Robert M. (Tape Box 4)
Plewes, Donald B. (Tape Box 4)
Rougeot, Henri (Tape Box 4)

Subseries X. Medical Physics: Radiology Diagnostic Oncology Group

Box 26 Caudry, Daryl (Tape Box 4)
Megibow, Alec J. (Tape Box 4)
Stetz, JoAnn / Cynthia Olson (Tape Box 5)
Tempany, Clare M. C. (Tape Box 5)
Webb, W. Richard (Wayne Richard) (Tape Box 5)
Zerhouni, Elias A. (Tape Box 5)

Subseries Y. Computer-Mediated Collabs: Center for Research Parallel Computation

Box 27 Dongarra, J. J. (Tape Box 5)
Fox, Geoffrey C. (Tape Box 5)
Kennedy, Ken (Tape Box 5)

Subseries Z. Computer-Mediated Collabs: EMSC

Box 27 Kouzes, Richard (Tape Box 5)

Subseries AA. Computer-Mediated Collabs: Grand Challenge Cosmology Consortium

Box 27 Bertschinger, Edmund (Tape Box 5)
Hernquist, Lars (Tape Box 5)
Norman, Michael L. (Tape Box 5)
Ostriker, J. P. (Tape Box 5)
Roskies, Ralph (Tape Box 5)

Subseries BB. Computer-Mediated Collabs: UARC

Box 27 Clauer, Calvin Robert (Tape Box 5)
Finholt, Thomas (Tape Box 5)
Kelly, J. D. (Tape Box 5)
Olson, Gary M. (Tape Box 5)

Series VII. Final Report Files, 1999-2001,

Boxes 28-31

These files include correspondence, supporting documents and the final report.

Box 28 Folder 1 BNL Codebooks for Interview Analysis
Folder 2 FNAL Codebooks for Interview Analysis
Folder 3 SLAC Codebooks for Interview Analysis
Folder 4 AMPTE, COCORP, CLEO, DSDP Codebooks for Interview Analysis
Folder 5 GISP, Giotto,ISCCP, ISEE, IRIS, IUE Codebooks for Interview Analysis
Folder 6 Parkfield, Voyager, WOCE, WCR Codebooks for Interview Analysis
Box 29 Folder 1 Correspondence file
Folder 2 Final Reports
Box 30 Electronic files (Compact Discs and 3.5 Floppies) that include many, but not all, interview transcripts, reports, and some of the project files from all three Phases.
Box 31 Archival Copies of all Collaborations Reports