MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

MS 168

The papers of SIR ERNEST WILLIAM TITTERTON

CONTENTS

Career summary
Series 1 Personal biographical
Series 2 Correspondence - subject files
Series 3 Correspondence - chronological files
Series 4 Publications and reports - E.W. Titterton
Series 5 Publications - scientific
Series 6 Publications - general
Series 7 Lectures
Series 8 Overseas trips
Series 9 Photographs
Series 10 Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering
Series 11 Australian Ionising Radiation Advisory Council
Series 12 National Radiation Advisory Committee
Series 13 Atomic Weapons Tests Safety Committee
Series 14 ANZAAS
Series 15 Films
Series 16 Research
Series 17 Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Series 18 Australian National University. Department of Nuclear Physics
Series 19 Australian National University. Research School of Physical
Sciences
Series 20 Australian National University. Faculty and general administration
Series 21 Australian National University. Other departments
Series 22 Royal Commission into British Nuclear Tests in Australia
(McClelland Royal Commission)
Series 23 Conferences and Seminars203
Series 24 Other organisations
Series 25 Professors' World Peace Academy
Series 26 Ranger Uranium Environmental Inquiry
Series 27 Three Mile Island
Series 28 United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, Harwell (UKAEA)
Series 29 United Kingdom Atomic Energy Research Establishment (AERE
Harwell)
Series 30 United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. Atomic Weapons
Research Establishment (AWRE)
Series 31 Australian Broadcasting Commission
Series 32 Australian Academy of Science

CAREER SUMMARY - Ernest William Titterton

1916 Born 4 March in Tamworth, UK

1920-1933 Primary and secondary education in Kettlebrook, Glascote and
Tamworth. Winner of a scholarship to Queen Elizabeth's Grammar
School.

1934-1936 Bachelor of Science degree at Birmingham University.

1937 Class 1 Honours degree, Birmingham University.

1938 Master of Science Degree at Birmingham University with a university
scholarship.

1939 Diploma in Education. Head of the year and awarded the Elizabeth
Cadbury Prize, Birmingham.

1939-1943 Research Officer, British Admiralty working on radar.

1941 Ph.D. in physics, Birmingham University

1943-1947 Member of the British Scientific Mission in the USA working on the
development of the first nuclear weapons.

1945 Senior member of the timing group responsible for firing the first
nuclear weapon at Alamagordo, New Mexico, in July

1946 Chief Adviser on Instrumentation to the Task Force Commander at the
Bikini Nuclear Weapons Tests

1946-1947 Head of the Electronics Division, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory,
New Mexico

1947-1950 Group Leader in charge of Nuclear Emulsion and Cloud Chamber
Research at the Atomic Energy Research Establishment (AERE),
Harwell

1950 Appointed Foundation Professor to the Chair of Nuclear Physics at
the Australian National University (ANU) in August

1952 Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Sciences of London

1952 Fellow of the American Physical Society

1954 Elected as one of the earliest Fellows of the Australian Academy of
Science

1954-1956 Deputy Chairman of the Australian Atomic Weapons Tests Safety
Committee

1955-1964 Member of the Australian Atomic Energy Commission's Scientific
Advisory Committee

1957-1972 Member of the Council of the Institute of Defence Science,
Department of Supply

1957-1973 Chairman of the Australian Atomic Weapons Tests Safety Committee

1957-1973 Member of the National Radiation Advisory Committee

1958-1973 Member of the Federal Government's Defence Research and
Development Policy Committee

1959 Appointed Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George

1960-1984 Member of the Council of the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science
and Engineering

1961 President, Section A (Physics and Mathematics) of ANZAAS Brisbane
Meeting

1964-1966 Vice-President and member of the Council of the Australian Academy
of Science

1966-1968 Dean of Research School of Physical Sciences

1967-1981 Member of the Advisory Committee of the Strategic and Defence
Studies Centre, ANU

1968 President, Section A (Physics and Mathematics) of ANZAAS
Christchurch Meeting

1968-1972 Vice-President, Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and
Engineering

1968-1973 Director of Research School of Physical Sciences

1970 Knighthood

1973-1974 President, Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering

1973-1981 Professor of Nuclear Physics

1978-1984 Member of Council of Macquarie University

1981 Retired in December, but continued as a Visiting Fellow in the
Department of Nuclear Physics

1986 Divorced

1987 Seriously injured in a car accident

1990 Died on 8 February. Survived by his former wife and three children

BOX 1

SERIES 1. PERSONAL-BIOGRAPHICAL

1/1
Library report. Photocopied list of articles by Harrie Massey 1983.
Includes handwritten notes.

1/2
`Typing for E.W. Titterton' - Miscellaneous papers. Correspondence,
illustrations, articles and other papers, presumed to have been collected for
re-typing. 1980-1983.
Includes: book review by EWT on ~`Risk assessment' - a study group report~, for
~Interdisciplinary Science Reviews~; letter to Gurpartap Singh, (Punjab
University); report by EWT on a PhD thesis of Madan Lal Hasiza entitled `A study
of properties of some nuclear energy levels'; letter from Amand Faessler
(Universität Tubingen); some photographically reproduced graphs related to
nuclear reactors; copy of a lecture to the Institution of Engineers, Perth,
1981, `The future of uranium in Australia' by Dr C.J. Hardy; copy of `Notes for
the guidance of reviewers' from the Institution of Engineers, Australia; address
list of Australian universities.

1/3
Address of M.C. Joshi. Address of M.C. Joshi at the University of Bombay,
handwritten on scrap of paper. Probably early 1980s.

1/4
Apparatus problems with back to back gammas. Two photocopied handwritten
sheets, pages 2 and 3, labelled 'TRW' in upper left corner. 7 August 1985

1/5
`Other exposure pathways'. File title is taken from the first heading on a
single unattached sheet, page 11. Includes handwritten corrections. Probably
early 1980s.

1/6
Copyright form. Form assigning copyright to the Australian National University
of a recording of a lecture by EWT. 1984.

1/7
Drawings of equipment. Two pages of unlabelled pen sketches by EWT, dated 12
February 1980 and 18 April 1979.

1/8
Personal correspondence file. Inwards and outwards correspondence, arranged in
reverse chronological order, December 1969 - February 1971.

Correspondents include P.B. Moon; L.W. Fagg (Naval Research Laboratory,
Washington D.C); Hans A. Buchdahl (Australian National University); I. Talmi
(Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel); Dennis W. Gebbie (University of
Wisconsin); Gerald E. Tauber (Tel-Aviv University); Arthur R. Quinton
(University of Massachusetts); David Caro (University of Melbourne); Gregory
Breit (State University of New York at Buffalo); Edward Irving (Department of
Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa); Ron J. MacDonald (University of Sussex);
Eliel Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel); Alan S. Cooley; Frederick
Wheeler; M. Maguire (Standard Telephones and Cables Pty. Ltd); Gvirol Goldring
(University of Oxford); the Librarian, Australian Atomic Energy Commission;
D.N.F. Dunbar (Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Australian National University); B.A.
Bolt (Seismographic Station, University of California); S.K. Runcorn (The
University, Newcastle Upon Tyne); John L. Farrands (Aeronautical Research
Laboratories, Victoria); Edward A. Johnston (University of Canterbury, New
Zealand); C.John Birkett-Clews (University of Western Australia); Diana Clews;
Patti Koorey; William Penney; ? Bennett, W.H Paling Pty. Ltd; George P. Lawrence
(Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, University of California); the Editor,
~International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who~; R. Hanbury Brown
(University of Sydney); J.P.F. (Friedel) Sellschop (University of Witwatersrand,
Johannesburg); Mark Oliphant (Australian National University); R. Morfett
(Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois); S. Whineray; David Warton (Stanford
University Medical Centre); Gary W. Carriveau (University of Copenhagen);
Colin Pask (University of New South Wales); Messrs G.A. Goldschmeding's,
Amsterdam; O. Sala (Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil); John R. Patterson
(University of Adelaide); Denys H. Wilkinson (University of Washington); M.
Yoshida (Embassy of Japan, Canberra); J.N. McFarlane (Australian Embassy Trade
Office, Tokyo); Charles N. Watson-Munro (University of Sydney); Jan Nurzynski
(University of Birmingham); Stanley Baskin (University of Arizona); Luiz W.
Alvarez (Radiation Laboratory, University of California); the Postmaster, Manuka
Post Office, Canberra; Albert Salon, Embassy of France, Canberra; Counsellor of
the South African Embassy, Canberra; D.K.R. Hodgkin (Registrar, Australian
National University); Matsushita Electrical Industrial Co. Ltd; Deputy
Commissioner of Taxation, Sydney; Riha. N.V. (manufacturers of electronic
organs, Holland); N.J. Verkruisen (suppliers of electronic organs, Amsterdam);
Darol Froman; Officer Commanding, Royal Australian Air Force Fairbairn; Mrs P.T.
Rudge; Victor Company of Japan Ltd; H. Agnew, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory;
Lennox Hewitt; Alan Hulme; Fred and Betty Gall; Frederick de Hoffmann (the Salk
Institute, San Diego); J.R. Paine (Taubmans Industries Ltd); Mary Arnold to
Peggy Titterton; Alan Sharpe (Department of Supply, Canberra); I.A. Geddes;
Francis Fox (Department of Supply, Canberra); R.G. Gillis (Defence Standards
Laboratories); H.D. Huyer (Philips Industries Ltd); the Commandant, Royal
Australian Air Force Staff College; Sister Rachel (Marillac Social and
Rehabilitation Centre, Sydney); Bart J. Bok (University of Arizona); Godfrey
Stafford (Rutherford High Energy Laboratory, United Kingdom); E. Paget; the
Editor, the ~Tamworth Herald~ (Tamworth, England); Edward F. Newley (Atomic
Weapons Research Establishment); Dorothy Hemus (nee Whitmore); Gerald Walker;
E.M. Fox; Robert E. Edwards (Australian National University); Peter Grey
(Committee for Economic Development of Australia); James R. Atkinson; John
Bunting (Cabinet Office, Canberra). Correspondence in February 1971 includes
congratulations on EWT's knighthood. File also includes a curriculum vitae for
EWT.

1/9
Personal correspondence file. Inwards and outwards correspondence arranged in
reverse chronological order, December 1969 - December 1970. This file originally
formed the second half of 1/8.

Correspondents include: A. Smith (Imperial Chemical Industries of Australia and
New Zealand Ltd.); Wilson H. Hunter (National Aeronautics and Space
Administration); the Tom Lee Piano Co. Ltd, Kowloon; R.A. Hohnen; the Mess
Secretary, Royal Military College, Duntroon; Colin G. Plowman (Australian
National University); the Manager, Organ Department, W.A. Palings Pty Ltd; the
Bursar, Australian National University; Messrs Muller and Phipps (Far East) Ltd;
Lloyd Olver; C.M. Cumming (Watson Victor Ltd); Geoffrey M. Badger (University of
Adelaide); Hugh Ennor (Department of Education and Science); the Secretary,
Officer's Mess, Royal Australian Air Force Fairbairn; Jan Nurzynski (University
of Birmingham); Tom Lauritsen (California Institute of Technology); I.A. Geddes
(Joint Services Wing, Australian Services Staff College); Oliver Lancaster
(University of Sydney); Barry Ninham; Jack Risser (Rice University, Texas);
Arthur Rajaratnam (University of Singapore); J.A. Kirness (University of
Auckland); Stefaan J. du Toit (South African Bureau of Standards); Jim M. Rendel
(Division of Animal Genetics, CSIRO); R.B. Hodgson (Department of External
Affairs); P. Evans (Ampol Petroleum Ltd); R.D. Hill (General Research
Corporation, California); W.B. Budd (Australian Police College); R.B. Gardiner
(University of Queensland); A.E. Scott (Australian Journal of Physics); Ken Coop
(Radiation Research Laboratory, Iowa); Keith Adler (Australian Atomic Energy
Commission); Graham McCallum (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Wellington); the
High Commissioner for New Zealand, Canberra; the High Commissioner for Malaysia,
Canberra; the High Commissioner for Singapore, Canberra; the Ambassador for
Indonesia, Canberra; J.Paul Wild (Division of Radiophysics, CSIRO); E.A.
Underwood (University of Western Australia); Harlan W. Lefevre (University of
Oregon); Allan Fleischer and Pat Fleischer; Tom Lauritsen (California Institute
of Technology); Fred A. Lewis (High Voltage Engineering Corporation,
Massachusetts); D.W. Colquhoun (Staff College, RAAF Base, Fairbairn); N. Kurti
(University of Oxford); Scott Whineray; Robert Street; Sylvia Moore (MacMillan
and Co. Ltd); Maurice Brown (Australian Administrative Staff College); Peter H.
Rose (Ion Physics Corporation, Massachusetts); E. Broughton (Australian National
University). File also includes: extracts from Faculty Board Minutes (23 January
1970, 14 April 1970); extracts from Department of Nuclear Physics Annual Report;
extracts from Council minutes (9 May 1969, 4 November 1969); list of people to
whom Annual Reports were sent.

1/10
ANI Corporation Limited, offer to buy shares in Comsteel Vickers Limited.
Offer includes statements from the ANI Corporation and Comsteel Vickers Limited,
and an independent report by J.B. Were and Son. Annotated by EWT. 1986.

1/11
EWT's appointment to chair of physics at the Australian National University.
Correspondence, information about conditions of appointment, newspaper clipping.
1949-1950.

Includes: correspondence from Mark Oliphant (University of Birmingham), and R.A.
Hohnen (Australian National University); information about the appointment of
professors to the Australian National University, and the Australian National
University's superannuation scheme; clipping from unidentified newspaper on
EWT's appointment.

1/12
Guest list, 3 August, 1973. Guest list for the evening of Friday, 3 August 1973,
Research School of Physical Sciences, Australian National University.

1/13
Guest list for Sir Mark Oliphant's 70th birthday, October 1971. Typed list of
names, with handwritten annotations.

1/14
Information for EWT's secretary. Miscellaneous information related to the
administrative procedures in EWT's office. 1971-1974.

Includes: an IBM typewriter symbol glossary; `Helpful hints for Professor
Titterton's office' and other notes on office procedures; samples of how to lay
out frequently typed documents; photograph of staff of the Department of Nuclear
Physics, with list of names, dated 18 June 1974; memorandum to all heads of
departments on procedures for sending telexes; circular on control and operation
of University vehicles; mail addresses of the Departments of Education and
Science; information on postal services; information on diplomatic mail.

1/15
South African Coal, Oil and Gas Corporation, Limited. Four page information
brochure, with EWT's signature. 1974?

1/16
Committees for Crompton and Mills. Material related to committees set up to
consider the promotions of Robert Crompton and Reginald Mills. 1968

Includes: inwards and outwards correspondence with Robert W. Crompton, D. Noel
F. Dunbar (Australian National University), John C. Jaeger (Australian National
University?), Charles N. Watson-Munro (University of Sydney), D.E. Davies (La
Trobe University), John R. Phillip (CSIRO), A.N. Hambly (Australian National
University), David P. Craig (Australian National University), Alexander G.
Ogston; curricula vitae and publication lists for Robert W. Crompton and
Reginald Mills.

1/17
Harry Tomlinson (1913-1971). Brochure on the work of Harry Tomlinson, produced
by the Department of Physics, University College London. 1971

1/18
Tank and tube sizes and costing of equipment. Handwritten notes. Probably 1970s
or 1980s.

1/19
Bockris & Sternglass. Correspondence, articles, reports, memoranda related to
the effects of low level radiation on humans, electrochemical sources of power,
the disposal of nuclear waste, and solar power. 1970-1974.

Includes: `Compile responses to Sternglas', an article reproduced from ~Nuclear
News~, vol. 16, no. 2, September 1973, on responses to work of Ernest J
Sternglas linking low-level radiation to infant mortality and adult disease and
death; excerpts from a book edited by John O'M Bockris, `Electrochemistry of
cleaner environments'; letter from G.M. Watson to EWT commenting on Ernest
Sterglass' work; I. Dougall and J.E. Newell, `Management of low-and
intermediate-level radioactive wastes at the nuclear power stations of the
United Kingdom Central Electricity Generating Board'; part of an untitled report
or memorandum discussing the effects of low level radiation on humans; `Notes on
a discussion with E.J. Sternglas, Professor of Radiation Physics, University of
Pittsburg, 13th March, 1974', memorandum from J.O'M Bockris to EWT (among
others); `Memo re Prof Bockris's discussion with Prof. Sternglas', handwritten
notes; typewritten notes, `Notes on the principles underlying the control of the
discharge of radioactive wastes to the environment' (2 copies); Philip Baxter,
`The energy crisis'; T.M. Sabine, `Solar Power', ~The Australian Physicist~,
January 1974; A.R. Gopal-Ayengar et. al., `Evaluation of the long-term effects
of high background radiation on selected population groups on the Kerala Coast'.

1/20
Late material. Miscellaneous articles and reports, broadly related to the
hazards and environmental impact of nuclear energy. 1978.

Includes: Luther J. Carter, `Nuclear wastes: the science of geologic disposal
seen as weak', ~Science~, vol. 200, no. 9, 9 June 1978; Judy Redfern, `Hazards
of non-nuclear energy', ~Nature~, vol. 272, April 1978; Kenneth Mellanby,
`Obtrusive energy', ~Nature~ vol. 273, May 1978; `New system swiftly checks
men's radiation exposure', ~Japan Economic Journal~, 14 February 1978; `Japan
and U.S. will revise fast breeder reactor pact', ~Japan Economic Journal~, 7
February 1978; four issues of `Environmental News', compiled by General Mining
Division Conzinc Riotinto of Australia Limited - contains summaries of
AAustralian and overseas newspaper articles on mining, energy research and
production, and related conservation and environmental issues.

1/21
James Bell Machinery Holdings Limited. Thirty-Second Annual Report. 1981

1/22
Transcript of oral history interview. 26 pages of hand-corrected text. 1980
Interview covers EWT's experiences from 1937 onwards. Tape was deposited with
the National Library of Australia.

1/23
`Deferred study leave - N. Unit - V.C.' - Study leave. Correspondence, reports,
memoranda and notes in reverse chronological order concerning EWT's study leave
from the Australian National University. 1973-1977.

Correspondents include: G.E. Dicker; Robert Street; Kenneth J. Le Couteur; J.K.
Sharp; Phillip Brown; R.M. Williams (all of the Australian National University).
Reports include: `Report to Council on study leave, May 8 - July 18, 1975';
`Nuclear physics sub-unit 1976-78 triennium'; part of an unidentified report on
EWT's work and publications in 1973.

1/24
Handwritten calculations initialled by EWT. 1982.

1/25
Information on income tax deductions. Information on the membership dues of the
Association of Professional Engineers being tax deductable Extracted from ~The
Professional Engineer~, June 1975

1/26
Canberra Building Regulations. Booklet, annotated by hand. 1956.

1/27
`EN memos - present capital position' - Accelerator technology research.
Correspondence and memoranda in reverse chronological order on accelerator
technology research. 1980-1981.

Includes material related to a bank account set up for accelerator technology
research, and material on EWT's travel arrangements related to this research.
Correspondents include: J.W. Morphett; the Director, Research School of Physical
Sciences (both of the Australian National University).

1/28
Finances. Correspondence and memoranda related to the research funding of the
Department of Nuclear Physics, and some of EWT's research trips. Material is not
arranged in chronological order. 1973-1981.

Correspondents include: Robert Street; D. Grantham; Kenneth J. Le Couteur; R.M.
Williams; J.W. Morphett.

BOX 2

1/29
`Personal file'. Correspondence, notes, financial records and photographs,
mainly related to EWT's appointment to the ANU, and to early staffing
arrangements in the Research School of Physical Sciences. Material is not
arranged in chronological order. 1950-1951.

Correspondents include: P.B. Treacy (Cavendish Laboratory); W.S. Hamilton; N.
Bowkett; E.H. Clark (Australian National University); Ross A. Hohnen (Australian
National University); R. Chinnery (Angus Oil Seals); Douglas Copland; Richard P.
Feynman (California Institute of Technology); A.C. Baker (Ministry of Supply);
N. Stockdale (Australian National University); Vernon Harbin (RKO Radio
Pictures); A.K. Longair (United Kingdom Scientific Mission); F.D. Edwards (W.
Edwards & Co. Ltd); L.U. Hibbard (Australian National University); M.R.
Powell (Ministry of Supply); George Grant (University of Birmingham); J.D.
Cockcroft (Atomic Energy Research Establishment); Brian Lewis (University of
Melbourne); R. Purchase (Australian National University); J.W. Blamey
(Australian National University); Henry Seligman; E.R Davies (Kodak Ltd). File
also includes: black and white photographs presumed to be showing early building
work on the Research School of Social Sciences; list of scientific books and
periodicals held in the library of the Australian National University; report -
`AERE (Harwell) machines for nuclear physics research', by EWT, September 1950;
information on insurance policies offered throught the Australian National
University by the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society Limited; two
unidentified black and white photographs of scientific equipment; leaflet and
booklet of information on the services offered by the Commonwealth Bank of
Australia; copies of EWT's curriculum vitae c.1950.

1/30
`Recent' - Financial records. Reports correspondence, memoranda and other
material related to salary, allowances and travel expenses. 1965-1968.

Includes: salary advice slips; bonus certificates from the National Mutual Life
Association; statements of payments made to EWT by the Australian National
University, including payments for travel expenses; receipt for annual
subscription to the Australian Academy of Science; letter to EWT from the Vice-
Chancellor of the Australian National University, about a meeting in 1968 to
consider the headship of the Research School of Physical Sciences; letter
from the Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University confirming EWT's
appointment as Dean of the Research School of Physical Sciences in 1965;
statement of EWT's salary and allowances before and after a salary increase in
July 1967; report and financial summary of study leave, September 1967.

1/31
Radio course notes. Exercise book with pencilled notes and diagrams, dated
October 1943.

1/32
Pure mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook of pure mathematics course II kept
at the University of Birmingham, 2 October 1934 - 22 November 1934.

1/33
Physics laboratory notebook. Notebook of course II number 2 (including index)
kept at the University of Birmingham, 4 October 1934 - 24 February 1935.

1/34
Physics laboratory notebook. Notebook of course IV number 10 (including index)
kept at the University of Birmingham, 21 October 1936 - 29 April 1937.

1/35
Physics laboratory notebook. Notebook of course II and III, number 14 (including
index) kept at the University of Birmingham, 1 March 1935 - 12 December 1935.

1/36
Physics laboratory notebook. Notebook of course III and IV, number 10 (including
index) kept at the University of Birmingham, 17 January 1936 - 19 May 1936

1/37
`Science teaching in various types of schools'. Dissertation by EWT, presented
to the Education Department of the University of Birmingham, May 1939. The work
is handwritten, but as it contains no corrections, it is presumed to be the
final copy.

BOX 3

1/38
Astronomy and astrophysics, course III. Notebook, dated 1935.

1/39
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 29
October 1936 - February 1937.

Physics course IV, series II, J.Young, B.Sc., A.R.C.S., F.R.A.S on `Relativity
theory'; series VIII (continuation), G. Barlow, D.Sc., F Inst. Phys, `The
physiological aspects of sound'.

1/40
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 8
October 1936 - February 1937.

Physics course IV, series I, Dr G.E. Harrison on `Spectrosocopy'; series VIII
(continuation), Dr G. Barlow on `Modern acoustics'.

1/41
Pure mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 24 November 1934 - February 1935.

Pure mathematics course II.

1/42
Applied mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 9 March 1936 - ?.

Applied mathematics course IIIx.

1/43
Pure mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 14 October 1935 - summer term 1936.

Pure mathematics course II, conic sections.

1/44
Pure mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 9 October 1935 - 1936?

Pure mathematics course III, book (a). The Calculus: I Differential equations -
Professor Watson; II Double and triple intergrations - Professor Watson; III The
gamma distinction - Professor Watson; IV Partial differentiation - N.I.
Colderwood; V Invariants; VI Extension of Taylor's Theorem to several variables;
VII Enler's Theorem; VIII Theory of maxima and minima for functions of several
variables; IX The Lagrange method of undetermined multipliers.

1/45
Applied mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 2 October 1934 - 2 February 1935.

Applied mathematics course Iix.

1/46
Pure mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 1936?

Pure mathematics course III, book (b). Continues from 1/44.

1/47
Pure mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, May 1935 - 1935?

Pure mathematics course II, book (c).

1/48
Applied mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 1935?

Applied mathematics course IIx, book (b).

BOX 4

1/49
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 10
October 1935 - December 1935?

Physics course III, book (a). Includes annotated copy of physics course III
terminal examination, 1935.

1/50
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 18
February 1937 - ? 1937.

Course IV lectures, Honours Physics, series VII - Maxwell's electromagnetic
theory of radiation, Mr A.A. Dee B.Sc (Lond.), A.R.C.S; D.I.C. (Lond.).

1/51
Applied mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of
Birmingham, 8 October 1935? - 1936?

Applied mathematics course IIIx, book (a).

1/52
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 1937?

Physics course IV, series IX, Mr A.A. Dee B.Sc (Hons), A.R.C.S, D.I.C. (Lond.)
on `Magnetism'; series X, Dr G.A. Shakespear on `Thermometry and allied
problems'.

1/53
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 11
January 1937 - 1937?

Physics course IV, series IV, Dr T.L. Gibbs on `The kinetic theory and the
nature of heat motion in gases'.

1/54
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 19
November 1936 - February 1937.

Physics course IV, series III, J.Young B.Sc., A.R.C.S, F.R.A.S on
`Crystallography'; series V, G. Barlow D.Sc., F. Inst. P. on `Thermodynamics of
radiation'; part of series VIII, G. Barlow D.Sc., F. Inst.P. on `Sound and
modern acoustics'.

1/55
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 3
October 1934 - 16 January 1935.

Physics course II.

1/56
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham, 30
January 1935 - ? 1935.

Physics course II, book II.

1/57
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham. 1936?-
1937

Physics course IV (Hons), series VI, Dr M.C. Johnson D.Sc., M.A., F.R.A.S. on
`Electron theory'.

1/58
Mathematics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham.
1936?-1937?

Special lectures in the Mathematics School for Honours Physics students. I
`Theory of matrices', Miss N.I. Colderwood; II `Hydrodynamics', Dr Kuttner; III
`Mathematical Physics: Electricity and magnetism', Professor G.N. Watson.

1/59
Physics lecture notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham. 1936?-
1937

Honours physics course III, book (b), `Electricity and matter', lectured by
Professor S.W. Johnson Smith.

BOX 5

1/60
Handwritten notes. 1970?-1989?

1/61
Minor car accident. Letter from EWT to Rob [? R. Whitten, Laboratory Manager].
1973

Describes minor car accident in which EWT was involved on 23 June 1973.

1/62
Nuclear waste disposal. One page of handwritten notes. 1970?-1989?

1/63
Energy consumption and living standards. Eight photocopied handwritten pages.
1984?-1986?

Discusses living standards in relation to energy needs, and the need for
alternative sources of energy. Mentions groups opposed to nuclear energy and
nuclear weapons, including the Nuclear Disarmament Party.

1/64
CRASTE Newsletter. Newsletter of the Committee to Review Australian Studies in
Tertiary Education, 14 July 1987.

1/65
Tandem - linac accelerator system. Four pages of diagrams, dated 6 March 1974.

1/66
Tracks of emitted particles. Thirty page typed mathematical document. 1950?-
1969?

Mathematical proofs and calculations relating to tracks of emitted particles.

1/67
Scientific equipment. Two pages of handwritten notes, with a diagram reproduced
from the ~IAEA Bulletin~, vol. 19, no. 6. 1970?-1989?

Notes apparently describe the performance of some scientific equipment.

1/68
Vickers Australia Limited. Colour brochures related to the activities of Vickers
Australia Limited. 1979-1980

Includes: `Vickers men at work', number 34, May 1980; Chairman's Address from
the Annual General meeting of 7 May 1980; `1979 Annual Review'.

1/69
Equipment and resources of the Research School of Physical Sciences. Notes,
correspondence and memorandum apparently relating to the acquisition of
equipment and use of resources. 1970?-1989?

Headings include: Choice of resonator; Frequency; Liquid helium supply; Liquid
helium plant; Users of liquid helium; Choice of pre-buncher. Also includes
Australian National University internal memorandum from `G.D.' to EWT, and a
letter to EWT from `Tom' at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, California.

1/70
EWT's knighthood. Inwards and outwards correspondence related to EWT's
knighthood, January-February 1970.

Correspondents include: Francis Fox (Defence Standards Laboratory); Noreen Carr;
Margaret Walker; Diana Clews; Gerald Walker; Ken and José Allen; Ir. A.A. van
Kranenburg (Cyclotron Department, Eindhoven); Geoff L. Williamson (Monash
University); W.H. Tripp; George Holt; Garfield Barwick (High Court of
Australia); R.L. Dean (Administrator, Northern Territory); L. Reed; R.W. Swartz
(Minister for National Development); P.J. Lawler (Federal Cabinet Office);
W.P. Holman; L.E. Smythe (Royal Australian Chemical Institute); A.D. Thomas
(Australian Atomic Energy Commission); J.L. Symonds (Australian Atomic Energy
Commission); Norma Wilkins; Geoffrey McDonald; Eileen Bond; Maurice and Lynette
Titterton; R.M. Horner (Ballarat College, Ballarat); Fay Ajzenberg-Selove
(University of Pennsylvania); A.K. Mann; Robert M. May (University of Sydney);
Donald S. Gemmell (Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois); Harry Messel
(University of Sydney); Barry Z. de Ferranti; K.W. Knox (Australian
Journal of Science); D.G. Anderson (Department of Civil Aviation); Allen
Fairhall: Margaret Robinson; Arthur H. Tange (Australian High Commission, New
Delhi); Ron Mendelsohn; Roland Wilson; T.A. Rafferty (Ansett Airlines of
Australia); Professor and Mrs George (University of New South Wales); S.D.
Mulliner (Limbless Soldiers Association); John Walker (University of Ottawa);
L.L. Harris; K.F. Alder (Lucas Heights); David Catcheside (Australian
National University); Les Moore; Victor Burgmann; Malcolm Fraser (Minister for
Defence); John E. Bates; Colin Plowman [?]; James and Aileen Chadwick; John
Jenkin; Susan Lewis; Phillip Law; Brian Sowerby (Australian Atomic Energy
Commission); Sydney Sunderland; Herbert C. Coombs (Australian National
University); Nancy E. Buttfield; R.J. Gibson (University of Birmingham); Henry
Bastin; W.M. Leonard; Leslie Bury; Jack W. Roderick (University of Sydney);
Brian Flowers (Science Research Council, London); Doug Waterhouse; T.E. Allibone
(Central Electricity Generating Board, London); Frederick Scherger (Australian
National Airlines Commission); David Fairbairn; P. Kreveld (Packard Instrument
Pty Ltd); Barry Nagorcka; J.H. de Bruyn; Hill W. Worner (University of
Melbourne); D.B. Shenton (Astrophysics Research Unit, Berkshire, England); Norma
Wilkins; H.R. Scotney (Salvation Army); J. Vernon; Edgar Thomson (Australian
Medical Association); Sir Walter Scott; Bill O'Connor; Dick Eggleston; Walter
Boas (Australian Scientific Liaison Office); Maurice C. Timbs; A.J. Herz
(European Organization for Nuclear Research); Bill Priestley (CSIRO); Jack
Gregory; F. Arthur Vick (Queens University, Belfast); W.H. Connolly (State
Electricity of Victoria); Harold L. White (National Library of Australia); D.J.
(Jim) Killen (Minister for the Navy); Peter Pockley (Australian Broadcasting
Commission); Raymond Le Fevre; Arthur Willis (Chief Scientist); John Moroney;
Alan Westerman; Frank Richardson; Frank George [?]; Walter Ives (Department of
Primary Industry); I.B. Flemming (Department of Supply); R.B. Madgwick
(Australian Broadcasting Commission); ? Hooker (Hooker Corporation); W.D. Borris
(Australian National University); William Charles; William Boswell
(Australian High Commission, London); Ronald Walker (Australian Embassy, ?
Germany); Henry Hulme; John Patterson; David Caro; Henry Phillips; Margaret
Dando.

1/71
EWT's knighthood. Inwards and outwards correspondence, January 1970.

Correspondents include: Harry and Dorothy Bates; Jack Crawford (Australian
National University); G.L. [?] McDonald; Charles Johnston (British High
Commission, Canberra); J.K. Uys Ambassasor, (South African Embassy, Canberra);
Robert Cotton (Minister for Civil Aviation); W.J. Gibbs; Bob Robertson
(Australian National University); Ian Bisset; Dudley and Joan Erwin; D. Gill;
Andre Favereau (Ambassador, French Embassy, Canberra); Simcha Pratt (Ambassador,
Israeli Embassy, Canberra); Jean and Sam Jones; Phillip [sic] and Lilian Baxter;
Hossain Ali (Pakistan High Commission, Canberra); B.M. Stevenson (Ansett
Airlines of Australia); H.A. Jones (A.C.T. Electricity Authority); H. McCredie
(University of Sydney); J.L. Knott (Australian Post Office); David Brown; Norman
Cowper; EWT's mother; Robert Menzies; Tom Drake-Brockman (Minister for Air);
John Gorton; Paul Hasluck; John McEwen; William Machon; Bryan Castles; Kurt
Gottliev; Bill Palmer; Len Hewitt; Wendy and John Morris; John and Molly Carver;
Fred Wheeler; Geoff Sawer; Joe Richardson; Stephen Kaneff; Bill Hamilton; Les
and Gladys Martin; Henry Abraham; Joe Burton; Peter Bailey; John La Nauze;
Leslie Melville; Adrien Albert; John Wilton; A.L.G. McDonald; John Wark; Michael
Lynch (Salesian College, Victoria); Ken Bailey; Dorothy Harvey; Tom Owen; Robert
Edwards; Cecil Gibb; Joan [?] Howse; Herbert C. Bolton; Brian Spicer; John
Cramer; Edwin Hills; Mary M. Stapleton; Tom Millar; Hilton and Barbara Glavish;
H.J. Brown; David Brand (Premier of Western Australia); Gordon Ada (Australian
National University); R.A.A. Bryant; Jack G. Beale; Alan Butement; Alan Hulme;
Don Dobie; Denis Guillemin (Scientific Attache, French Embassy, Canberra); Peter
Mason (Macquarie University); Wilfred Kent Hughes; Tim Cape; Frank Fenner;
Frederick White; Ellerton Becker; Denzil McArthur-Onslow; David F. Martyn
(Australian Academy of Science); E.L. Freedman (ANZAAS); Bob Walsh; B.B.
Callaghan; Nina and Ernie Horton; Jim Nimmo [?]; T.F.C. Lawrence (Department of
Supply); Noel Dunbar (Australian National University); Margaret Rossiter; Ted
Ford [?]; S.A. Westwood (Information Electronics Limited); J. and J. Jelley;
G.T. Pickavance; J.D.B. Miller (Royal Institute of International Affairs,
London); Roy Pilgrim; Ieuan Maddock (Ministry of Technology, London); William
Cook.

1/72
`Environmental News'. Monthly newsletter compiled by Conzinc Riotinto of
Australia Limited, December 1976 - August 1978.

Contain summaries of Australian and overseas newspaper articles on mining,
energy research and production, and issues related to conservation, the
environment, and Aboriginal land rights.

1/73
`Environmental News'. Monthly newsletter compiled by Conzinc Riotinto of
Australia Limited, August 1978 - October/November 1979.

Contain summaries of Australian and overseas newspapers on mining, energy
research and production, and issues related to conservation, the environment
and Aboriginal land rights.

1/74
Cyclotron Corporation. Reports, news releases, drawings and inwards
correspondence related to the Cyclotron Corporation. 1970-1972

`Production, selection and extraction of individual pulses from TCC cyclotrons',
by G.O. Hendry, January 1972; `Emittance and energy requirements on CNI-22-155
Cyclotron', by C. Han, November 1971; news release, `AEG-Telefunken and
Cyclotron Corporation Agreement'; news release, about an order from the
University of Tokyo to the Cyclotron Corporation for a Model CS-30 cyclotron
system; news release about an order from Cidade Universitaria, Brazil,
to the Cyclotron Corporation for a Model CV-28 cyclotron system; Cyclotron
Corporation drawings for Injector Cyclotron Model CNI-22 Installation, drawing
number 8000-165E1; Cyclotron Corporation drawings for Injector Cyclotron model
CNI-22 Installation, drawing number 8000-165E0001, including one page of EWT's
handwritten notes, and a letter to EWT from David R. Kneeland (Cyclotron
Corporation); Cyclotron Corporation drawings for CNI-25 Installation, Australian
National University Nuclear Physics I.A.S., drawing number 155E0001, including
letter to EWT from David R. Kneeland.

1/75
Cyclotron Corporation. Inwards and outwards correspondence in reverse
chronological order, mainly dealing with the supply, delivery and installation
at the Australian National University of a Cyclotron Corporation 26 MeV
cyclotron. 1969-1979

Later correspondence is related to the proposed purchase of a CV-28 cyclotron
from the Cyclotron Corporation.Correspondents include: George Hendry (Cyclotron
Corporation); Lowell Carlson (Cyclotron Corporation); Robert O'Neill (Bank of
America); P. Lerch (Institut d'electrochimie et radiochimie, Lausanne); J.E.
Hanzlik (Cyclotron Corporation, California); K.M. Thomas (Cyclotron
Corporation); David Kneeland (Cyclotron Corporation); Hilton Glavish
(Stanford University); G.A. Piepho (Cyclotron Corporation); Gary Crawley
(Cyclotron Laboratory); Trevor Ophel (Cyclotron Corporation); Frank P. Dickson
(Phillips Electrical Industries, Sydney).

1/76
Personal correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence on miscellaneous
personal matters, mostly with friends and colleagues. File also contains some
confidential professional correspondence related to academic appointments in the
Research School of Physical Sciences. 1972-1973

Some letters in July 1972 deal with some media appearances by EWT discussing
nuclear weapons and nuclear warfare, in particular a `Four Corners' program on
ABC television. Correspondence is in reverse chronological order.
Correspondents include: Maurice Timbs (Australian Atomic Energy Commission);
G.R. Graf; F.W. Dawe (Lightomation Ltd, U.K.); Ken Jones (Department of
Education, Canberra); Rex F. Connor (Minister for Minerals and Energy,
Canberra); W.L. Morrison (Minister for Science and External Territories,
Canberra); Kim E. Beasley (Minister for Education, Canberra); ? Schonland; Val
Fitch; E.G. Bowen; Colin G. Plowman (Australian National University); Helen
Fitch Logedon; Mike Newman; D.I. Gough; J.Brian A. England (University of
Birmingham); John Sharpe (EMI Electronics Ltd); Bart Bok (University of
Arizona); Tamar Skurnik and Eliel Skurnik (Weizmann Institute, Israel); John
Birkett-Clews (University of Western Australia); Anne Tomlinson; Bruce Bolt
(University of California); Keith Runcorn (Lunar Science Institute, Texas); J.A.
Jacobs (University of Alberta); Rupert Thorne (Australian National University);
P.H. Springell; Robert J. Walsh (University of New South Wales); Esme Nixon;
Harry Turner; A. Bribosia; D.S. Kemsley; Michael Lynch (Salesian College,
Chadstone); Doug Everingham (M.H.R. for Capricornia); H.B.G. Casmir; George
Morrison (Centre D'Études Nucleaires De Saclay); the Managing Director, Bricon
EElectronics (Sydney);? Williams (University of Otago); Frank Stacey (University
of Queensland); K. Kesteven (ACT Freedom from Hunger Campaign); Brian Martin
(University of Sydney); H. Anderson (University of Papua New Guinea); Lois Free
(National Electrostatics Corporation, Wisconsin); G. Carmel (Sigolev Ltd,
Israel); David Purnell; Norma Wilkins; Bruce Mainsbridge (University of Papua
and New Guinea); Kevin Bray (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg); the Service
Department, A.E.I. Gala Ltd, London; G. Goldring (Weizmann Institute, Israel);
D.L. Anderson (California Institute of Technology); A.E. Beck (University of
Western Ontario); H.I. Thirlaway (U.K. Atomic Energy Authority); Anton Hales
(Graduate Research Centre of the South-West, Texas); L. Knopoff (University of
California); A.J. Herz (CERN European Organisation for Nuclear Research); Arthur
Quinton (University of Massachusetts); Lowell Carlson (the Cyclotron
Corporation, California); Jean M. Waller (Australian National University).

BOX 6

1/77
Personal correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence on miscellaneous
personal matters, mostly with friends and colleagues, 1973-74. Correspondence is
in reverse chronological order.

Correspondents include: Stanley Bashkin (University of Arizona); Walter Zuk
(Radiation Protection Bureau, Canada); Jean Kearns (Australian Institute of
Nuclear Science and Engineering); Robert Shamu (Western Michigan University);
George Hendry (Cyclotron Corporation, California); Joan Freeman (Atomic Energy
Research Establishment Harwell); M. Sobb; Diana Birkett-Clews (University of
Tasmania); John Carver (University of Adelaide); Michael Malloy (Australian
Universities Commission); Deputy Commissioner of Taxation; Cliff Hill; Edwin
McMillan (University of California); Fred Huang; John Salmon (Department of the
Army, Canberra); Marge Lauritsen (California Institute of Technology); Eliel
Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science); Norma Wilkins (the Newspaper Society,
London); J. Lloyd Marshall (the ~Independent~, Western Australia); Lang Hancock
(Hancock and Wright, Western Australia); P. Grimshaw (Administrative and Allied
Officers Association); James L. Tuck (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, New
Mexico); John de Laeter (Western Australian Institute of Technology); Peter B.
Treacy (Australian National University); ~Australian National University
Reporter~; Ian Graham; Barbara Wentworth; D.L. Davies (Guilford Grammar School,
Western Australia); John Clark (Union Debates Committee, Australian National
University); the manager, Raleigh Industries (Australia) Limited; Harold Agnew
(University of California); Rosemary Kennedy; A.M. Clark (Flinders University of
South Australia); Keith Bullen; Frank Dickson (Society for General Purposes);
E.T. Linacre (Macquarie University); M.M. Abbas (Ambassador for Pakistan in
Australia); Alan Williams (Civil and Civic Pty Limited); J. Geoffrey Wheeler
(National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited); O.R. Schmalzbach
(Australian Forensic Sciences Research Foundation); Richard Watson.

1/78
Personal correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence on miscellaneous
personal matters, mostly with friends and colleagues, 1974-1975. Correspondence
is in reverse chronological order.

Correspondents include: ? Hill (Commonwealth Crown Solicitor's Office, Sydney);
W.F. Northam (Monash University); Philip Moon; John Patterson (University of
Adelaide); K.J. Bottcher; Heinrich Hora (University of New South Wales); Leon
Katz (Saskatchewan Science Council); E.H. Carman (University of Papua New
Guinea); Val Fitch (Princeton University); Stuart Butler (University of Sydney);
C. Williams (Legal and General Assurance Society Limited); Diana Birkett-Clews
(University of Tasmania); Ralph Churches (Legal and General Assurance Society
Limited); Jean Kearns (Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering);
Walter Zuk (Health and Welfare Canada); Ghias Din (Kuwait University); Stefaan
du Toit (Uranium Enrichment Corporation of South Africa Ltd); John Hill
(Atomic Energy Authority, London); William Wentworth (House of Representatives);
Ian Brazier (University of Technology, Papua New Guinea); Joan Freeman (Atomic
Energy Research Establishment Harwell); Edward G. Bowen (Australian Embassy,
Washington); Ian Wright (University of Manchester); B. Johnson; John Jelley
(Atomic Energy Research Establishment Harwell); C. John Birkett-Clews; Darol
Froman; Peter Parsons (La Trobe University); John Sandover (University of
Technology, Papua New Guinea); Ian McCarthy (Flinders University of South
Australia); Eliel Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel); Mike Malloy
(Australian Universities Commission); Charles Adams; David Kneeland; Ian Adie
(Australian National University); Fred Huang (University of Newcastle);
Frederick Lewis (High Voltage Engineering Corporation, Massachusetts); Felix
Bloch (Australian National University); Robert Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics
Laboratory, U.K.); Miro Ivanovich (U.K. Atomic Energy Research Establishment);
Stanley Bashkin (University of Arizona); E. Balasubramaniam (University of
Technology, Papua New Guinea); Roy Middleton (University of Pennsylvania);
Herschel Gott (Spectomagnetic Industries, California); Kay and Raymond Johnson;
Barry MacKinnon (Auckland Nuclear Accessory Limited). File also includes paper:
`Development and operation of a prototype superconducting linac for heavy-ion
acceleration'.

1/79
Personal correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence on miscellaneous
personal matters, mostly with friends and colleagues, 1975-1979. Some
correspondence deals with personal financial matters. Correspondence is in
reverse chronological order.

Correspondents include: J.N. Falkingham (Rector of St Paul's, Manuka, Canberra);
G.C. Dale (Central Electricity Generating Board); P.G. Koontz (Los Alamos, New
Mexico); the Ministry of Education, Pensions Branch, U.K.; H.M. Inspector of
Taxes, Cardiff, U.K.; Brian Flowers (Imperial College of Science and
Technology); the Superannuation Officer, Australian National University; Jean
Kearns; John Birkett-Clews; William C. Wentworth; the manager, Commercial
Bank of Australia; I. Ferguson, Blackwells Book Shop (U.K.); John Hill (Atomic
Energy Authority, London); the Editor, ~Australian National UniversityReporter~;
Hugh Ennor; A.J.E. Boyle (University of Western Australia);Australian Taxation
Office; Chong Wah; Officer-in-Charge, Registration Operations, Canberra; Stefaan
du Toit; John Sandover (South Australian Board of Advanced Education);Commercial
Banking Company of Sydney Ltd; John Newton; Robert Leighton; William A. Fowler;
Mrs ? Stoddart (Meares & Phillips, Stock and Sharebrokers, Canberra); Leon Katz
(Science Policy Secretariat, Government of Saskatchewan, Canada); Ann Moyal (New
South Wales Institute of Technology); Murray Tyrrel; Jan Nurzynski (Eidg.
Technische Hochschule Zurich); Joan Freeman (Atomic Energy Research
Establishment Harwell); the telephone manager, Telecom Australia, Canberra); the
Secretary, A.C.T. Electricity Authority; Silva Newton (University of
California); Mary and David Kneeland; B.A. MacKinnon (A.N.A.C., New Zealand);
Walter M. Zuk (Radio Protection Bureau, Ontario); Messrs B.M. Higginbotham Pty
Ltd, Parramatta, NSW); Diana Birkett-Clews (University of Tasmania); Mark
Oliphant; Ken Purser(General Ionex Corporation, Massachusetts); J. Skehan
(Liberal Party of Australia); R. Whittle (Australian National University); Max
Jacobs; Percy Partridge; Harry Bloom (University of Tasmania); Valston Hancock
(Royal Commonwealth Society); Reginald Richardson (University of British
Columbia); Zelman Cowan (University of Queensland); Faye Ajzenberg-Selove
(University of Pennsylvannia); Robert Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics
Laboratory, U.K.); George Morrison (University of Birmingham); Heinz (Heinrich)
Hora (University of New South Wales); Friedel Sellschop (University of
Witwatersrand, South Africa); Erich Weigold (Flinders University of South
Australia); Mavis Boswell; Ieks van Heerden (Southern Universities Nuclear
Institute, South Africa); Ken Allen (University of Oxford); Joe Wampler (Anglo-
Australian Telescope); John Bolton (CSIRO Radio Telescope, Parkes, NSW); Brian
England (University of Birmingham); Ian Adie (University of South Carolina);
Peter Logan (University of Technology, Papua New Guinea); Peer De Silva; Darol
and Ethel Froman; K.J. Bottcher; Frank Dickson (Macquarie University); John Kerr
(Governor General of Australia); Doug Anthony (Deputy Prime Minister of
Australia); Keith Adler (Australian Atomic Energy Commission); F.A. Small;
Frederick Wheeler; Bart Bok; R.M. Horner (Ballarat and Clarendon College); Colin
Plowman (University of New South Wales).

1/80
`Old file - Professor Titterton's proposed unit'. Correspondence and other
material related to staffing of a proposed new research unit (in the Department
of Nuclear Physics?). 1973-1975

Publications, which relate to the work of Glen T. Hickey (applicant for Post-
Doctoral Fellowship at the Australian National University), include:
`Polarization of Neutrons elastically scattered from 16O' by G.T. Hickey, F.W.K.
Firk, R.J. Holt, R. Nath and H.L. Schultz, reprinted from ~Physics Letters~,
volume 47B, No. 4, 26 November 1973; list of abstracts from an unidentified
conference, including abstract related to above reprint; `Elastic scattering
of polarised neutrons from 6Li and 9Be', by R.J. Holt, F.W. K. Firth, R. Nath,
and H.L. Schultz, abstract submitted for the Washington meeting of the American
Physical Society, April 1974; `R-matrix and phase shift analyses of neutron
polarization measurements from n-16O scattering', by G.T. Hickey, F.W.K. Firth,
R.J. Holt and R. Nath; `The polarization of neutrons in n-16O scattering',
dissertation by Glen T. Hickey presented to the Graduate School of Yale
University in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Correspondents
include: Kenneth J. Le Couteur (Australian National University); Walter Zuk
(Radiation Protection Bureau, Ontario); Glen T. Hickey; Frank W.K. Firk (Yale
University); D. Allan Bromley (Yale University).

1/81
Examination of theses. Correspondence and reports related to EWT's acting as an
external examiner of post-graduate theses from Australia and overseas, 1972-
1975. Material is broadly in reverse chronological order.

Correspondents and candidates include: E.M. Khairy and Ghias Din on the thesis
of Abdulrasool Mohammad Al-Naser (University of Kuwait); D. Lewis on the thesis
of K.J. Bottcher (University of Western Australia); the Registrar, Aligarh
Muslim University, India, and M.L. Sehgal, on the thesis of Junaid Alam; B.M.
Lindsay on the thesis of B.W. Thomas (University of Western Australia); J.W.
Leech (University of Waterloo, Canada), W.G. Hoover (University of California),
D. Henderson (IBM) on the thesis of R. Fisher (Australian National University).

1/82
Miscellaneous personal and professional papers, 1958-1960. Material includes
book catalogues, letters from engineering supply firms, invitations to social
events and speaking engagements, routine administrative correspondence. Most
material is in reverse chronological order.

Publications include: `Control and reduction of armaments: detection of and
inspection for underground nuclear explosions', Staff Study no. 10, subcommittee
on disarmament of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, 23
June 1958. Correspondents include: Norman Hyett; A.A. Robertson (Australian
National University); K.H. Clarke (Cancer Institute Board); C.M. Cumming
(Guthrie Technological Equipment); T.E. Morgan (British General Electric Co. Pty
Ltd); N.Allen; C.N. Goodall (Austral Engineering Supplies Pty Ltd); J.M.
Somerville (University of New England); M. Coleman; S.J. Pearce; Le Courier
Australien Pty Ltd; Itaru Nonaka (University of Tokyo); John H. Reaves (Elcor
Inc.) Walter M. Jacoson (Precision Steels and Alloys); J.L. Carrick; J.H. Martin
(Cancer Institute Board, Melbourne); M. Laybutt; M.F. Lamrock (ASEA Electric
Australia Pty Ltd); F.S. Arnold; AliceSchreiner; Carol Harford (Foreign
Services of the U.S.A.). Circulars include: Tait Company Pty Ltd technical book
guide; Nuffield Foundation, grants for research projects in Australia; `Verbatim
report of the 1959 Home Universites Conference' (United Kingdom); Cheshires Book
Guide, 1960.

1/83
Miscellaneous correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence in reverse
chronological order. Contains some letters from the public asking questions and
presenting theories about nuclear physics. 1957-1959

Correspondents include: J.L. Carrick; the editor of ~Debrett~; I.B. Johns (IBM
Australia); Alice Schreiner (Karl Schreiner Pty Ltd); O.C.N. Forsgyth-Grant
(Starbay Pty Ltd); the Ambassador for France; T.W.L. MacDermot (Office of the
High Commissioner for Canada); R.S. Harber (Commercial Traveller's Association);
Yen Sundara Vicharana (Chulalongkorn University, Bangok); E.V. Arentz; A.G.
Fenton (University of Tasmania); Paul Hasluck (Minister for Territories); R.B.
Day (University of California); H.C. Young (Nuclear Chicago Corporation); H.
Long; S.R. Dawes; Mechanical Measurement Corporation (Connecticut); Jean Dunn
(C.S.R. Company Ltd); J. Goldemberg (Universidade de Sao Paulo); A. Bromley
(Atomic Energy Ltd of Canada); John G. Gorton (Minister for the Navy); D.K.
Thomson (Tubewrights Australia Ltd); Raymond J. O'Dea (Association of
Professional Engineers, Australia); John L. Watkins (Trans-Australia Airlines);
C.W. Goodman (English Electric Company, Sydney); I. Bonnington; Nancy E.
Buttfield (the Senate); K.J. Killen; F.H. Barr-David (IBM); R.N.H. Haslam
(University of Saskatchewan); Harland Engineering (Australia) Pty.Ltd.; Stan D.
Whalley; I.P. Worley; Percival J.W. Murfett; T.V. Homan (Associated Bond and
Free Stores); B.Jury (Union of Australian Women); G. Clune (Country Women's
Association); F. Hoyle (University of Cambridge); Esme Fenston (~Women's
Weekly~); Grace Murdoch; Mordekhai Nurock (Legation of Israel, Sydney); Frank
Timson (Member for Higinbotham, House of Representatives); J.M. Moller; J.D.
Turner; W.M. Wilson (editor, ~Westerly~); Alan Ormonde; Ian W. Fraser; R.A.
Hohnen (Australian National University).

1/84
Proposed superconducting linear accelerator project. Photocopied diagrams.
1970?-1985?

1/85
Defence spending. One page of untitled handwritten notes. Mentions Defence
Industrial Committee. 1967-1981

1/86
The Order of St Michael and St George. The Most Distinguished Order of St
Michael and St George, annual report 1983, and information about the annual
service, 1984.

1/87
Re-location of equipment. Handwritten schedule covering a three week period,
with references to dismantling, packing and delivery. 1970?-1980?

1/88
Radio Amateur Old Timers Club. Photocopied article on the Radio Amateurs Old
Timers Club. 1987

Includes a handwritten annotation pointing out a photograph of W.A.S. Butement.

1/89
Christmas card addresses. Christmas card address list, covering the United
States, South Africa, Russia, Holland, the United Kingom and Australia. Includes
original (with corrections) and a photocopy. 1970?-1980?

1/90
Biographical notes on EWT. Inwards and outwards correspondence and handwritten
notes related to articles on EWT in various biographical publications. 1976?-
1981

Publications include: ~Who's Who~; ~Who's Who in the Commonwealth~;
~International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who~; ~Men of Achievement~;
~Debrett's Handbook~; ~Who's Who in the World~; ~Dictionary of International
Biography~; ~Who's Who in Australia~; ~The Writer's Directory~; ~International
Who's Who in Community Service~; ~Who's Who in Europe~; ~Men and Women of
Distinction~; ~International Authors and Writers Who's Who~; ~International
Who's Who in Education~; ~Notable Australians 1978: Pictorial Who's Who~;
~Who's Who in Atoms~.

1/91
EWT's curriculum vitae. Curricula vitae, handwritten notes, correspondence.
1973?-1981?

Includes: lengthy curriculum vitae prepared at the time of EWT's retirement in
1981, including prose introduction and conclusion (see 1/94, letters to Allan
Bromley, W.A. Fowler, Walter Crocker, Robert G.P. Voss, dated 27-31 March 1981);
curriculum vitae prepared in about 1973, including several pages of handwritten
notes; correspondence from D.J. Bennett and P.E. Glasner about a proposed study
in 1977 of scientific leaders, which includes curriculum vitae filled in on a
standard form; `World energy resources: forensic and other implications'-
paper read by EWT to the Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences in 1974.This
item contains: correspondence, curriculum vitae, loose notes and published
papers or articles.

BOX 7

1/92
Christmas cards. Christmas card address list, including addresses in the United
States, the United Kingdom, the USSR, Japan, Holland, Israel, Canada, New
Zealand, South Africa and Australia. The list contains many corrections. 1981?

File also includes correrspondence between the secretaries of EWT and J.
Willmore (University of Birmingham), passing on the address of J. Sayers.

1/93
Composite Films. Correspondence and transcript related to a documentary film
produced by Composite Films on Australia's role in the development of nuclear
technology. The working title was `Thunder'. EWT was asked to give an interview.
1980-1981

File also includes correspondence related to EWT's participation in the National
Library of Australia's oral history program.Includes: inwards and outwards
correspondence with Catherine Santamaria (National Library of Australia), and
Harry Bardwell (Composite Films); edited transcript of EWT's interview, titled
`Field of thunder'; copy of signed talent release form, assigning EWT's rights
and copyright to Composite Films.

1/94
Personal file. Inwards and outwards correspondence on miscellaneous personal
matters, mostly with friends and colleagues. Includes correspondence related to
EWT's retirement in 1981, personal finances and domestic matters. 1973-1981

Correspondents include: R.J. Schmidt (Australian National University); Frederick
White; the Bursar, Australian National University; John Manley; C. John Birkett-
Clews; Mark Oliphant; Adrian Lewis (includes a report on damage done to EWT's
house in Forrest by blasting by the Parliament House Contruction Authority);
J.O. Newton (Australian National University); G.E. Dicker (Australian National
University); Diana Birkett-Clews; Craig and Whitmore (Loss Adjusters); G.R.
Peatey (Parliament House Construction Authority); John Proud (Peko-Wallsend
Ltd); John Knott; Howard Beale; Ian McLennan; Carl Gustavsen (Civil and Civic);
Florence and Grant Koontz; I.G. Graham; Allan Bromley (Yale University); J.H.
Carver (Australian National University); the Rector, St Pauls Church, Manuka,
ACT; Leonard Huxley; W. Fife, MHR; Ken and Arden Thomas; Stefaan Du Toit; Jane
and Fred Lewis; Colin Steele (Australian National University);W. Hirst
(University of Reading); Manager, ACT Electrical Authority; Dell and Flanagan
Real Estate Agents; the Secretary, Department of the Capital Territory; Norton
Villiers Australia Pty Ltd; Edmund Lindberger; Peter Park; Arthur Wills; Frank
Callaway; the registrar, Waltons Ltd. File also includes script dated 1973 of a
film/television program called `Discovery', which featured EWT talking about his
career, his work at the Australian National University, and nuclear energy
research and policy.

1/95
EWT personal file: Knight Bachelor papers. Correspondence and other material
related to the Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor (United Kingdom). 1970

Includes: letters to EWT from the Honorary Treasurer, John Howard, and the Clerk
to the Council, Althea Rodney; blank deeds of covenant for making a donation to
the Society; photograph of the Society's Shrine at the Church of St Bartholomew-
the-Great, Smithfield, London; letter to EWT from A.R. Wagner, Garter Principal
King of Arms at the College of Arms; blank forms for being enrolled on the Roll
of the Society, and for paying a membership fee; copy of the royal warrant
giving permission to members to wear insignia.

1/96
Typed page. Page four of a larger work, discussing levels of Sr90 in Australian
human bones and in Australian powdered milk. Includes handwritten corrections,
and has presumably been prepared for re-typing. 1959?-1965?

1/97
Handwritten notes. Words and figure scribbled on scrap of brown paper. Mentions
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, and lists some sources of energy
(diesel, coal, hydro etc., with matching figures). 1970?-1987?

1/98
Personal file. Inwards and outwards correspondence on miscellaneous personal and
semi-professional matters. Material relates especially to speaking engagements,
EWT's acting as a referee for people applying for jobs, scholarships and
research grants. 1969. Correspondence is in reverse chronological order.

Correspondents include: Reader's Digest Services Pty Ltd; M.L. Tyrrell (Official
Secretary to the Governor) - this letter offers EWT the knighthood; A.A. van
Kranenburg (N.V. Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken); K. Katayanagi (Science and
Technology Agency, Tokyo); William Penney; W.E. Burcham (University of
Birmingham); Trevor R. Ophel (Australian National University); Kai Siegbahn
(~Nuclear Instruments and Methods~); H.B. Brown (Sydney Technical High School);
W.H. Wimmers (North-Holland Publishing Co.); the Registrar, Australian National
University; E.H. Davis (University of New South Wales); Peter Pockley
(Australian Broadcasting Commission); Lyn M. Handel; N.T. Bodycoat (University
of Western Australia) - this is a covering letter accompanying copies of five
accepted but unpublished papers by H.H. Thies; Howard Beale; Stanley Prescott
(University of Western Australia); M.S. Wackett (University of Western
Australia); D.W. Colquhoun (Royal Australian Air Force); Harold L. White
(National Library of Australia); Harry Messel (University of Sydney); Stan
Hanna (Stanford University, California); D.H. Wilkinson (University of Oxford);
Ann Wilson; Rutherford N. Robertson (Australian Research Grants Committee) -
includes copy of a grant application about which EWT submitted a report; Ken
King (editor, ~Science Yearbook~, University of Sydney); D.D. Hurditch (Royal
Australian Air Force); Margaret Coffey (Melbourne University Democratic Labour
Club); E.G. Saint (Committee on Overseas Professional Qualifications); J.C.
Duggleby (Commonwealth X-ray and Radium Laboratory); K.W. Aspinall (Defence
Research and Development Policy Committee); H.H. Rodgers (Australian Police
College, New South Wales); Bill Lynch (Australian Atomic Energy Commission);
R.C. Cresswell (Hawker de Haviland Australia Pty Ltd); Samuel Devons (Columbia
University, New York); P. Lloyd (British Defence Research and Supply Staff);
John (Jack) H. Martin (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority); Walter Boas
(CSIRO); H.H. Thies (University of Western Australia); the Secretary, Public
Service Board, Canberra; John Bonnyman (Commonwealth Department of Health);
Sylvia Moore (MacMillan and Co. Ltd, London); P.R. Heydon (Department of
Immigration); A.J.R. Yencken; Wilfred Kent Hughes.
File also includes EWT's National Mutual Insurance policy, and two copies of his
passport photograph.

1/99
Personal file. Inwards and outwards correspondence on miscellaneous personal and
semi-professional matters. Correspondence is in reverse chronological order.
Also included is some biographical material. This file and 1/98 originally
formed a single file.1957-1967

Includes EWT's appointment in 1957 as Companion of the Most Distinguished Order
of Saint Michael and Saint George, and his membership in 1967 of the Queen
Elizabeth II Fellowships Committee.

Correspondents include: editor, ~International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's
Who~; John Crawford (Australian National University); S.M. Naudé (South African
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research); John Swan (University of
Munich); T.J Carmody (Queen Elizabeth Fellowships Committee, Department of
Education and Science); John G. Gorton (Minister for Education and Science);
P.R. Heydon (Secretary, Department of Immigration); E.F. Newly (United Kingdom
Atomic Energy Authority); the Secretary, Yale University; the Bursar,
Australian National University; Elizabeth Graves (Los Alamos Scientific
Laboratory, New Mexico); M. Gosset; the Secretary, Department of the Interior;
Hugh Ennor; the Ambassador to South Africa; Diana Clews; Members of the Order of
Saint Michael and Saint George; Peter H. Fowler (University of Bristol); G.R.
Holt (University of Liverpool); D. Kent Evans; Margaret McDonald; R.A. Hohnen
(Australian National University); H.J. Rutledge; S.D.L. Horwitz (Horwitz
Publications); A.G. Townley (Minister for Defence); Robert G. Menzies (Prime
Minister); L.T.D. Williams (Director-General of Atomic Weapons, British
Ministry of Aviation); W.E. Crowder (Military Secretary to the Governor-
General); Philip Sidney; Anne Sidney; Herbert J. Hall; J.R. Atkinson; S.E.
Higgins & Co. (insurance brokers); J.P. Sanders (J.E. Shay Pty Ltd, agricultural
engineers, Hampshire, U.K.) - includes documents associated with EWT's purchase
of a rotary cultivator; Margaret Summerhays; W. Summerhays; C.F. Parry
(Secretary, The Atheneum, London); the Governor-General of Australia; M.L.
Tyrrel (Official Secretary to the Governor-General). Also includes `Draft report
by the finance committee on the need for supplementary superannuation
provision'; black and white photograph of EWT, and biographical material,
probably prepared for an edition of ~Who's Who~ or some similar publication.

1/100
Curriculum vitae and publications list. Curriculum vitae and publications list,
and associated material. 1961-1968

Includes: letter from EWT to the Vice-Chancellor, Australian National
University; original and multiple copies of 1968 c.v. and publications list; a
typed undated list of publications in the Department of Nuclear Physics under
EWT since 1957; EWT's manuscript of 1968 c.v. and publications list; a typed
publications list dated 5 October 1964; a typed publications list dated
29 November 1961.

1/101
Permanent magnet 4-pole lens. Handwritten sheet, referring to an article by J.W.
Jogger and J.P. Riley, `Permanent magnet 4-pole lens', RSI 38, July 1967 pp.955-
7. 1967-1980?

1/102
Nuclear fission. Five pages of handwritten notes. 1970?-1985?

1/103
United States patent for coincidence circuit. Patent in EWT's name. Includes
copy of patent dated 26 December 1950, some pages of graph paper, and some with
handwritten notes.

1/104
`Some facts relating to French weapons tests as these affect Australia'. Three
handwritten pages, dated 10 January 1973.

1/105
Overseas telephone numbers. Includes the United States, the United Kingdom and
Israel. 1970?-1985?

1/106
Renewal of Visiting Fellowship. Notes, report and memorandum relating to
extension of EWT's appointment as a Visiting Fellow at the Australian National
University. 1986-1987

1/107
Laboratory notebook. Notebook kept at the University of Birmingham. 1942-1943

1/108
Handwritten notes. `New alpha-source; new shielding and other mods'. 1970?-1989?

1/109
EWT's entry in ~Who's Who in Australia~. Photocopy from the book. 1977

1/110
Obituary of Henry De Wolf Smyth. Photocopy of obituary published the ~Princeton
Packet~ (United States), passed to EWT by H.A. MacKenzie (Australian National
University). 1986

1/111
Amusing trivia. Typescripts, cartoons and material photocopied from various
sources. 1935-1989?

Miscellaneous trivia, including humorous and satirical prose and verse.
Includes: letters to the editor of the ~Proceedings of the American Institute of
Useless Research~; article on a new linear chicken accelerator; `Ballad of the
Installation' held in Albert Hall, Canberra, 1952; notice from the Gough Whitlam
Memorial Committee; notice from the Bob Hawke Memorial Committee; `The
generation gawp', ~Punch~ 23 June 1971; `Aston's dilemma', dedicated to
Lord Rutherford, 1935; `What have you done for me lately?', adapted from the US
magazine ~Mining Engineering~; `Form of Daily Service' for use in government
departments.

1/112
List of EWT's files. Typewritten list of file titles in alphabetical order, with
handwritten annotations. 198?

1/113
Toxic materials. Handwritten sheet, `Toxic materials discharged from a 1000 M
W(e) coal fired power station p.a.'. 1978

1/114
Names and addresses. Handwritten lists of names and addresses, England, Canada,
Australia. 197?-1980?

1/115
Letter to the ~Sydney Morning Herald~. Photocopies of original and published
versions of letter by EWT to the ~Sydney Morning Herald~. 1977

1/116
Biographical information. Information supplied for publication in ~Contemporary
Authors~, including correspondence from Ben Truce, and corrected typescript of
biographical sketch. 1982

1/117
French government scientific fellowships. Information sheet. 1986

1/118
`Backs to the blast'. Invitation to a preview screening of the film `Backs to
the blast: an Australian nuclear story'. 1981

1/119
Post-doctoral fellowships. Information sheet on fellowships at Istituto
Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro. 1985

1/120
~Nuclear Knights~ - EWT's reaction. Handwritten notes written in response to
Brian Martin's book ~Nuclear Knights~, possibly prepared for discussion on
television. 1980?

BOX 8

1/121
Awards, certificates and honours. Awards, certificate, honours, correspondence
and miscellaneous personal papers, mostly illustrative of key achievements and
turning points in EWT's life. 1930-1957

Includes: citation of EWT's appointment as a companion of the Order of Saint
Michael and Saint George; certificate of EWT's appointment as a companion of the
Order of Saint Michael and Saint George; copy of the statutes of the Order of
Saint Michael and Saint George; EWT's National Insurance card; document related
to EWT's superannuation contributions during his time of war service; EWT's
School Certificate, July 1930; EWT's Higher School Certificate, July 1932; EWT's
Higher School Certificate, July 1934; EWT's Matriculation Certificate, July
1930; testimonials from G.N. Watson (University of Birmingham); I.[?]F. Rogers
(King Edward's Grammar School for Boys, Birmingham); letter to EWT from Roger
Makins, British Embassy, Washington D.C.) about EWT's position at Los Alamos;
superannuation agreement between EWT and the U.K. Ministry for Supply under the
Federated Superannuation System for Universities; letter to EWT from the U.K.
Board of Education relating to EWT's status as a teacher; letter of
congratulation from C.W. Valentine (University of Birmingham) on EWT's
Diploma examination results; testimonial from Frank Burkitt (Queen Elizabeth
Grammar School, Tamworth); telegram from ? Bradbury requesting EWT's urgent
return to Los Alamos, September 1947; letter from H.D. Smyth (Princeton
University) offering EWT a position at Princeton; inwards and outwards
correspondence with I.I. Rabi (Columbia University) regarding visit by EWT to
Columbia; letters from J.B. Fisk and N.E. Bradbury about the possibility of EWT
returning to Los Alamos, October 1947.

1/122
`Report on measurement of neutron induced activities on sulphur, nickel and
selenium...'. Handwritten report, Report on measurement of neutron induced
activities in sulphur, nickel and selenium for events T1 and T2, by J.H. Carver.
1953

Also includes graphs, notes, a handwritten letter from John Carver to EWT, and a
handwritten letter from A. Riviene [?] to EWT.

1/123
Defence Research and Development Policy Committee, Secretarial Notes. Copies
of typed reports and minutes. 1972-1973

Includes: Secretarial Note No. 20/1973, final report on Project Barrabool, 30
May 1973; Secretarial Note No. 30/1972, minutes of meeting held on 12 September
1973; Secretarial Note No. 13/1973, Sea dart - evaluation trials; Secretarial
Note No. 14/1973, development of target system for Matra firings; Secretarial
Note No. 15/1973, Project Turana; Secretarial Note No. 25/1972, Project Barra;
Secretarial Note No. 24/1973, cyclic review of the R&D Program, and Review of
Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Related Physics.

1/124
Literature search. Index book kept by EWT, listing journal articles on various
subjects. 1949-1953

Subjects include: machines; alpha rays; beta rays; low energy; fission; nuclear
emulsion; high energy; cosmic rays; scattering; electronics; neutron sources;
alpha particles; counters; general topics.

1/125
Spiers, Quantum mechanics of angular distributions. Excercise book kept by
EWT. 195?

1/126
Letter from Elizabeth Titterton. Letter addressed to EWT from Elizabeth
Titterton, dated 15 October 1974, written from Ely in England. Begins `Dear both
of you'. 1974

Discusses political situation and includes newspaper extracts and illustration
of Ely Cathedral.

1/127
Certificates of appreciation of war service. Certificates issued to EWT and
Peggy Titterton by United States of America War Department. 1945

Certify that they had `participated in work essential to the production of the
Atomic Bomb, thereby contributing to the successful conclusion of World War II.'
Both are dated 6 August 1945.

1/128
Certificate of appreciation. Certificate issued by the Rotary Club of Young, in
appreciation of services rendered. Dated 14 August 1984. 1984

1/129
J. Dean and ~The Australian~ - publication. J. Dean's letter to ~The Australian~
on 30 July 198? in praise of EWT. 198?

1/130
"Nuclear knights: an analysis of the pro-nuclear views of Sir Ernest Titterton
and Sir Philip Baxter" - reprint. Reprint of B. Martin's article with the same
title. 1970?-1980?

1/131
Biographical information and publications list. EWT's biographical information
and publications list. 1980?-1985

 

SERIES 2. CORRESPONDENCE - SUBJECT FILES

2/1
Mike Brennan - correspondence. Letter from Mike Brennan dated 25 January 1983.

2/2
Ilan Ben-Zvi - correspondence. Letter and graph from Ilan Ben-Zvi dated 30
January 1983.

2/3
Nucletronix, Inc. - correspondence. Letter from David R. Kneeland (president),
undated. 1984?

2/4
Kenneth M. Thomas - correspondence. Letter from Kenneth M. Thomas dated 10
January 1984.

2/5
Edward Wheeler - correspondence. Letters from Edward Wheeler dated 7 and 27
July 1984.

2/6
A.A. Garran - correspondence. Letter to A.A. Garran dated 8 August 1984. Reverse
side a drafted letter.

2/7
K. Myers [sic] - correspondence. Letter to Kenneth Myers [sic] dated 11 May
1984.

2/8
R.W. Home - correspondence. Letter from R.W. Home dated 9 July 1984.

2/9
E.A. Palmer - correspondence. Letter from E.A. (Bill) Palmer dated 2 March
1984.

2/10
J.H. Carver - correspondence. Letter from John H. Carver dated 10 April 1984.

2/11
J.H. Carver and James E. Mercereau - correspondence. Copy of letter to John H.
Carver from James E. Mercereau dated 22 February 1984.

2/12
J. Delayen - correspondence. Letter from J. Delayen dated 31 December 1984.

2/13
Ilan Ben-Zvi - correspondence. Telex from Ilan Ben-Zvi dated 15 March 1985.

2/14
C.J. Clark and EWT - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
concerning UKAEA Annual Reports. 1984

2/15
W.M. Zuk's job application. W.M. Zuk's letter dated 5 November 1984 with
attached job application asking EWT to act as referee.

2/16
Elders IXL's letter to shareholders. Letter to shareholders from Elders IXL
Limited dated 26 February 1986.

2/17
Friday Club - correspondence. Two printed sheets about Friday Club's meetings, one with handwritten note by Anthony McAdam. 1987-1987

2/18
Inwards and outwards correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence.
Includes departmental correspondence. 1951-1981

Correspondents include: Murray Hollis (Australian National University); J.
Morphett (Australian National University); John O. Newton (Australian National
University); Mark Oliphant (Canberra); Robert J. O'Neill (Australian National
University); M.E. Longmore (Australian National University); John H. Carver
(Australian National University); Neils Bohr (Universitetets Institut for
Teoretisk Fysik, Copenhagen).

2/19
A.M. Malloy - correspondence. 2 memos from A.M. Malloy, June 1973.

 

BOX 9

2/20
`Nuclear physics 1958/65' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence,
reprints, papers, notes etc. related to "Nuclear Physics". 1958-1965

Correspondents include: L. Rosenfeld (editor); Dale F. Hebbard (Australian
National University); A.C. Pouwels (North-Holland Publishing Company); W.H.
Wimmers (North-Holland Publishing Company); B. Mainsbridge (Devonport, Tas.).

2/21
`U-mining and Nuclear Energy' - correspondence with newspapers. Letter to
newspaper editors concerning uranium mining and nuclear energy. Includes
relevant material. 1976

2/22
`Alan Manning' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with
newspapers, institutions and individuals related to uranium mining and nuclear
energy. Includes other relevant material. 1976-1977

Correspondents include: The Editor ("Financial Review); T. Van Turteren
(Australian Institute of Political Science); Ken Seaton (Byron Bay); H.D.
(David) Combe (Australian Labor Party); The Editor ("The Australian"); The
Editor ("The Age"); Robert J. O'Neill (Bank of America); The Editor ("The
Canberra Times").

2/23
Correspondence, miscellaneous. Inwards and outwards correspondence broadly on
miscellaneous matters related to 1) administration of the Department of Nuclear
Physics and the Research School of Physical Science, 2) uranium mining and
nuclear energy. 1970-1979

Correspondents include: Mary Ferguson (Humula, NSW); Rachel Roxburgh (Moss Vale,
NSW); Mark J. Posa (National Civic Council); John D. Dailey (Insurance Company
of North America (Australia)); Ivan Surridge (Footscray Institute of
Technology); Sarah Darby (National Radiological Protection Board); D.W. Hindley
(West Pennant Hills, NSW); Philip Baxter (Enfield, NSW); B. Orlowski Brookhaven
National Laboratory); Joy Hilhorst (Australian National University); P.I.N.
Dickson (Dunwich, Qld); J.B.A. (Brian) England (University of Birmingham);
Oliver Marin (Utah Development Company); Robyn Williams (Australian Broadcasting
Commission); G.V. Coles (Werribee, Vic); E. Morton (Brookfield, Qld); Kenneth J.
Duff (University of Wollongong); Ronald Green (University of New England); Brian
Martin (Australian National University); Ts'un-yan Liu (Australian National
University); J.W. Morphett (Australian National University); Sydney Hamberger
(Australian National University); A.F. (Fred) Deer (Sydney); Jack M. Rayner
(Forrest, ACT); Richard M. Mulcahy (Canadian High Commission); Colin Pask
(Australian National University); Donald Tebbit (British High Commission);
Stanley C. Baker (New Lambton, NSW); M. Guichard (Institut de Physique
Nucléaire); J.Y. Tremblay (Canadian High Commission); Colin Steele (Australian
National University); D.J. Hall (Yarwun-Targinnie Fruit & Vegetable Growers'
Association); M.L. Sehgal (Aligarh Muslim University); J.C. Grover (Peko-
Wallsend); William C. Wentworth (Dee Why, NSW); A.R. Willimott (Perth); David
Ben-Dov (Consulate General of Israel); Amy Huang (Cardiff, NSW); Michael Lynch
(Salesian College); George Wilson ("Current Affairs Bulletin"); W.S. Goodchild
(Goodchild Research Studies); Leonard Huxley (Hughes, ACT); Rosemary Fitzgerald
(Bristol); M. Keats (Master Plumbers and Sanitary Engineers' Association of
NSW); R.J. Stewart (Prince of Wales Hospital); Gwenyth A. Ewens (Claremont, WA);
Bruce Loughry (KMS Fusion); John Ogden (Custom Travel); W.W. Johnstone (Mount
Eliza, Vic); Ray McPharlin (Member of Parliament); P.D. Scott Maxwell (Vickers
Australia); Maurice Neil (Bexley, NSW); Keith H. Lokan (Australian Radiation
Laboratory); Kay M. Pemble (Argonne National Laboratory); Mark Oliphant
(Australian National University); John O. Newton (Australian National
University); Peter Treacy (Australian National University); Stan Kaneff
(Australian National University); P. Ohlmus (Australian National University);
R.D. Whittle (Australian National University); Trevor R. Ophel (Australian
National University); John C. Jaeger (Australian National University); Mervyn S.
Paterson (Australian National University); J.J. Webster (Minister for
Science); John H. Harley (Health and Safety Laboratory); Philip H. Alston
(American Embassy); K. Wells (Kogarah, NSW); Kevin Newman (Minister for
Environment, Housing & Community Development); John M. Hill (UK Atomic Energy
Authority); Victor A.E. Curtis (South Blackburn, Vic); Murray Bartle (University
of Cape Town); Michael Fallon (University of NSW); Roger Neave (Institute of
Public Affairs); William Yates (Member of Parliament); R. Leovic (Hughes, ACT);
Frank Robbins (Bengigo, Vic); T.J.V. Voss (The Gap, Qld); J.C. McCausland
(Mosman, NSW); Richard Krygier (Australian Association for Cultural Freedom);
E.T. Pallister (Queensland Institute of Technology); M.G. Coghlan (Melba, ACT);
F.E. Trainer (University of NSW); Duncan J. Bassett (Gosford, NSW); R.V. Garland
(Minister for Veterans' Affairs); David E. Caro (University of Melbourne); John
G. Crawford (Australian National University); Adrien Albert (Australian National
University); Edward Bullard (Australian National University); Jack P. Lonergan
(Department of Sciience); John A. Gibbins (RAAFStaff College); Julia Gordon
(Hackett, ACT); Frank O'Keefe (Member of Parliament); Ian Spicer (Victorian
Employers Federation); J.R. Moroney (Kew, Vic); Charles Adams (Garran, ACT); O.
Biato (Embassy of Brazil); Eric Storr (Institution of Engineers); H.V. Parker
(Ashgrove, Qld); Robert Blake (Darling Point, NSW); Ken Seaton (Byron Bay, NSW);
G.D. Mills (Curtin, ACT); John Morgan (Brisbane Grammar School); J. Doug Anthony
(Deputy Prime Minister); B.W. Graham (Member of Parliament); Wilson H. Hunter
(NASA); J.L. Darling (Highgate, SA); W.A. Somerville (Chidlow, WA); Andrew
Mensaros (Member of Parliament); Charles J. Burleigh (Perth); A.G. Colley
(Turramurra, NSW); Lex Appelgren (Mackay); Basil G. Atkinson (Confederation of
Western Australian Industry); P.C. Firkins (Perth Chamber of Commerce); John
Hockley (Tamworth, NSW); C.G. Stokes (Gloucester); J.C. Moore (Member of
Parliament); I. Hore-Lacy (Conzinc Riotinto of Australia); D.T. Woods (Ranger
Uranium Mines); E.S. Clarke (St Ives, NSW); Peter Richardson (Member of
Parliament); Ann Moyal (Institute of Technology); P.D. Oates (Chatswood, NSW);
Barbara Brennan (Collaroy Plateau, NSW); J.A. Byth (Conzinz Riotinto of
Australia); Nigel Jackson (Hamilton, Vic); E.A. Milstead (Port MacDonnell, SA);
Brian A. Robson (Australian National University); Ian W. Wark (Blackburn, Vic);
M.W. Scope (Capricorn Coast Protection Council); Leslie Melville (Deakin, ACT);
R.S. Temple (University of Sydney); W.H. Sweetland (BHP); J.M Firth (Grammar
School of Elizabeth, Queen of England); D.W. George (University of Newcastle);
D.J.H. Lewis (University of Tasmania); Erich Weigold (Fom-Instituut voor Atoomen
Molecuulfysica); D. Allen-Williams (Claremont, WA); John S. Carr (University of
Melbourne); Peter A. Parsons (La Trobe University); D.T. Woods (Ranger Uranium
Mines); F. Keegan (Paddington, NSW); J.S.E. Maul (Canberra); R.A.S. Swift
(Killara); J.B. Polya (University of Tasmania); A. Kapur (University of
Waterloo); Edward B. Grothus (Los Alamos Sales Company); Lloyd Marshall
(Claremont, WA); S.D. Moitra (Cornell University); Joan Smith (Lyons, ACT); John
Lawson (Dover Gardens, SA); Gillian Sweetland (John Boland and Associates); P.G.
Fullerton (Red Hill, ACT); Eric J. Davis (Canadian High Commission); J.A.
Titterton (Somerset); J.B.D. Miller (Australian National University); John
Sandover (University of Technology, Lae); H.A.H. Pickering (RAAF Staff College);
C. Bennett (Donvale, Vic); Hartmut Cords (Institut für Reaktorwerkstoffe); E.
Conoulty (Dee Why, NSW); Eliel Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science); Heinrich
Hora (Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik); Barry McKinnon (ANAC); Allan
Freeman (Palm Beach, Qld); S.S. Lamba (Liverpool Polytechnic); J. Wilczynski
(Royal Military College, Duntroon); D. Featherstone (Australian National
University); Ghias U. Din (Kuwait University); Don J. Stevens (Australian
Radiation Laboratory); George Watson (Australian Atomic Energy Commission); E.
Nixon (Kerang, Vic); Nicholas Clark (Nicholas Clark and Associates); Noel
Carroll (B.W.N. Industries); Gunars Urbans (South Kingsville, Vic); A. Salon
(French Embassy); H. Betz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Fred A. Lewis
(High Voltage Engineering Corporation); Joe Rotblat (St Bartholomews Hospital);
John Rowe (Warrawong High School); Greg Clerk (CSIRO Minerals Research
Laboratories); P. Sosnowski (Newport, Vic); A. Gallmann (l'Université Louis
Pasteur de Strasbourg); J.R. Maxfield (Maxfield Radiological Center); R.G.P.
(Bob) Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); Ian Johnstone (Queen's
University); Peter Pockley (Australian Broadcasting Commission); John R. Payne
(News and Information Bureau); Leigh M. Yarley (Hobart); John J. Walsh (East
Bentleigh, Vic); M. Watson (West Preston, Vic); The Editor ("ANU Reporter"); R.
Hanbury Brown (University of Sydney); A.J. Herz (CERN European Organization for
Nuclear Research).

BOX 10

2/24
`Chancelry - correspondence'. Outwards correspondence with the Chancelry of the
Australian National University. Mainly concerns the $2.2 million proposed by the
Research School of Physical Sciences as expenditure for up-grading of
accelerator facilities. 1970-1975

2/25
`Department of Defence' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
with the Department of Defence. 1960-1977

2/26
`Telex messages 1970/1977' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence dealing with administrative matters. 1971-1977

2/27
Sir Mark Oliphant - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
concerning the proposal to nominate Sir Mark Oliphant as a candidate for a Nobel
Prize in physics. 1971-1976

2/28
`Philips Industries Ltd' - correspondence. Order forms and catalogs from Philips
Industries Ltd. Includes two publications entitled ~Semiconductors~. 1971-1973

2/29
`General Ionex Corporation 1971 - 1979' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence with General Ionex Corporation on miscellaneous matters. 1971-
1979

BOX 11

2/30
`Recommendations and References' - correspondence. Recommendations and
references by EWT for jobs, fellowships and promotions. 1970-1979

Correspondents and people refereed include Harlan W. Lefevre (University of
Oregon); D.J. Munro (University of Queensland); John H. Carver (Australian
National University); H. Allan Foster (Arizona); Soumya Chakravarti (Argonne
National Laboratory); Kai Siegbahn ("Nuclear Instruments and Methods"); R.G.T.
Bennett (University of Canterbury); William J. Caelli (Control Data Australia);
Rainer Ost (University of Rochester); Mike O'Donnell (Springwood, Qld); Colin M.
Reekie (Kelso, NSW); John Ahearn; Joy Hilhorst; K.E. Creech (Queen Elizabeth
Fellowships Committee); Z.E. Switkowski; B.G. Wybourne (University of
Canterbury); E.R. Collins; John L. Hughes; Joan Freeman (AERE Harwell); D.R.
Cherry (University of Saskatchewan); Walter M. Zuk; K.J. Böttcher (West
Germany); John Sandover; Grahame M. Bailey; John G. Jenkin (La Trobe
University); Alan M. Malloy (Aranda, ACT); R.B. Gardiner (University of
Queensland); Robin A.I. Bell; Alan Freeman; Lorne E. Carlson; James L. Tuck;
Carl J. Sofield; Bruce Mainsbridge; Fred Herz; H.H. (John) Thies; Frederick
Chao-Pang Huang; Hilton Glavish; R.B. Watson; James R. Davis; John V. Thompson;
Ian G. Graham; Alan Boyle; Keith H. Lokan; S. Whineray; Allan W. Snyder;
J.B.A.(Brian) England; Peter Dallimore; Jan Hellstrom; J.H. Green; M. Ivanovich;
Syed Abid Hussain; Ghias U. Din; John R. Moroney.

2/31
`Correspondence regarding nuclear physics students'. Inwards and outwards
correspondence concerning students' scholarships and other administrative
matters. 1970

2/32
`Correspondence regarding nuclear physics staff (not students)'. Inwards and
outwards correspondence concerning nuclear physics staff's administrative
matters. 1970-1976

2/33
`A.U.C Submission on FN' - correspondence. Correspondence on FN accelerator
proposal. Includes the 1965 annual report of the Department of Nuclear Physics
and equipment catalogs provided by High Voltage Engineering. 1967

2/34
`Comments on FN Submission' - correspondence. Master copy of correspondence
related to the Proposal for Extension of Tandem Accelerator. 1967

2/35
Newman, D.J. - correspondence. Correspondence concerning D.J. Newman and
other administrative matters. 1973

2/36
`MLO and others (confidential)' - correspondence. Correspondence with Mark
Oliphant and others regarding headship of Research School of Physical Sciences.
1973

Correspondents include David Caro (South Yarra, Vic); Charles Watson-Munro
(University of Sydney).

2/37
`Carden argument and papers'. Correspondence and other material regarding
promotion of nuclear physics researchers. 1965-1968

2/38
`Runciman' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence regarding the
difficulties in the relationship between Professor Alan Runciman (Chair of Solid
State Physics) and his departmental staff. 1973-1973

Correspondents include R. Dingle (Australian National University); Walter
Marshall (Atomic Energy Research Establishment); R.M. Williams (Australian
National University); A.M. Malloy (Australian National University); Bernard H.
Neumann (Australian National University)

BOX 12

2/39
International Cultural Foundation - correspondence. Letter from G. Stone
(Representative for the International Cultural Foundation) dated 10 August 1984.

2/40
Peter Springell - correspondence. Open letter by Peter Springell to the public
asking for EWT's comment on the British Nuclear Tests conducted in Australia in
the 1950s and 1960s. 1984

2/41
`Dr W.M. Zuk' - correspondence. Correspondence and other material regarding Dr
W.M. Zuk's application for a Chair in physics. 1976-1981

2/42
`Rev. Dr John K. Williams' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
regarding Rev. Dr John K. Williams's writing on the function of the church. 1981

2/43
`Mr W.C. Wentworth' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
with William C. Wentworth largely concerning fast reactor and disposal of high-
level waste. 1978-1981

2/44
R.G.P. Voss - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with R.G.P.
(Bob) Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory, UK) regarding exchange of
information and co-operation in nuclear research and relevant matters. 1975-1981

2/45
D.A. Low - correspondence. Correspondence with D.A. Low (Vice-Chancellor at the
Australian National University) concerning campaign against nuclear power and
administrative matters. 1975-1981

2/46
`Professor J.P.F. Sellschop University of the Witwatersrand' - correspondence.
Correspondence with Professor J.P.F. Sellschop (University of Witwatersrand,
South Africa) and others about information exchange and co-operation in nuclear
research. 1975-1977

2/47
ENGE ESP 90 split pole spectrograph - correspondence and specifications.
Correspondence and specifications relating to ENGE ESP split pole spectrograph.
1973-1973

2/48
`Correspondence'. Inwards and outwards correspondence, both handwritten and
typed, on miscellaneous matters. 1972-1986

Correspondents include Harold M. Agnew (GA Technologies); John Manly (Los
Alamos); E.A. (Bill) Palmer (AINSE); Walter M. Zuk (Environment Canada); William
A. Scholes (Port Macquarie, NSW); John Sandover (Somerton Park, SA); John G.
Dick (California Institute of Technology); Valston Hancock (Royal Commonwealth
Society); R.L. Chaney (Los Alamos); T.A. Weatherley (City of Nunawading); J.K.
Novak (Los Alamos); W.C Fripp (Bega Valley Shire Council); L. Fell (City of
Nunawading); Ilan Ben-Zvi (Weizmann Institute of Science); Igal Talmi (Weizmann
Institute of Science); Mohammed Afzal Ansari (Aligarh Muslim University);
Kenneth M. Thomas (San Francisco); Gilbert A. Bartholomew (Ontario); B.Kennedy
(World Book (Australia)); R.G.P. (Bob) Voss (Daresbury Laboratory); Ken W.
Allen (University of Oxford); J. Brian A. England (University of Birmingham);
Arthur Rajaratnam (National University of Singapore); Mark Cranfield (National
Library of Australia); A.T.G. Ferguson (AERE Harwell); William A. Fowler
(Kellogg Radiation Laboratory); Tom Tombrello (Kellogg Radiation Laboratory);
G.J. Dick (Applied Superconductivity); D. Burgazoff (Wamberal, NSW); Peter A.
Parsons (La Trobe University); Winston Newman (Science Teachers' Association of
the A.C.T.); J.M. Morphett (Australian National University); G.R. Trefry (Bureau
of Meteorology); John Newsom (Australian Broadcasting Corporation); Alexander
Downer (Member of Parliament); The Editor ("Search"); John R. Moroney (Kew,
Vic); Walter Crocker (Adelaide); David Engel (United Service Institution of the
ACT); W.A. Higinbotham (New York); John Birkett-Clews (Kent); Fred Nile (IYP
1986); H.D. Sharma (University of Waterloo); Jim Rendel (Suffolk); Nicholas
Kurti (University of Oxford); John H. Carver (Australian National University);
R.V. Dubs (Australian National University); J.R. Fredsall (Australian Nuclear
Association); J.R.B. Neil (St Ives, NSW); Elsie Solly (Canberra College of
Advanced Education); F.A. Powell (Yass, NSW); H.H. Thies (Der Universität
Heidelberg); Wolfgang Holl (Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung); Paul Filipkowski
(Florida); M. King (St Ives, NSW); John O. Newton (Australian National
University); W.C. ("Bill") Wentworth (Newport, NSW); Keith Alder (Warawee, NSW);
Philip B. Moon (Shropshire); Duncan M.M. Francis (United Service Institution of
the ACT); Brian Spicer (University of Melbourne); Walter Marshall (Lord Marshall
of Goring, Central Electricity Generating Board); Gordon Vardy (Bassendean, WA);
Desmond F.M. Browne (United Service Institute of WA); Kenneth McNeill
(University of Melbourne); Edward Rock (Christian Alternative Movement).

2/49
P.A. Parsons's curriculum vitae - correspondence. Includes Peter A. Parsons's
curriculum vitae only. 1987

2/50
`University of Technology, Lae, Papua New Guinea' - correspondence. Inwards
and outwards correspondence with academics and staff at University of
Technology, Lae, Papua New Guinea. 1975-1976

2/51
K.W. Allen - correspondence. Correspondence with Professor Ken W. Allen
(Oxford University) on miscellaneous matters. 1975-1981

2/52
`Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences' - correspondence. Correspondence
with Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences and related conference agenda and
minutes. 1972-1979

2/53
`Dr Leon Barbopoulos' - correspondence. Correspondence related to Leon
Barbopoulos' job application. 1975-1979

2/54
Cancer research - correspondence. Correspondence with New York, New Zealand
and Sydney related to cancer research. 1978-1979

Correspondents include Jonathan E. Rhoads (General Motors Cancer Research
Foundation); Gordon Sarsaty (New South Wales State Cancer Council); A.S. Cumming
Thom (Capital Territory Health Commission); Bernie J. O'Brien (Institute of
Nuclear Sciences, NZ); Leicester Atkinson (Prince of Wales Hospital); N.A. Elvin
(University of NSW).

2/55
J.H.Carver - correspondence. Correspondence with John H. Carver about
Directorship of the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1977-1981

2/56
F.C. Courtice - correspondence. Correspondence with F. Colin Courtice and others
concerning Statement on Uranium by the Former National Radiation Advisory
Committee. 1977

Correspondents include The Editor ("The Canberra Times"); Edward Ford (Potts
Point, NSW); Charles A. Adams (Garran, ACT); Philip Baxter (Enfield, NSW); A.
Max Clark (Flinders University of South Australia); Robert J. Walsh (Epping,
NSW); Don J. Stevens (Camberwell, Vic); Jim M. Rendel (CSIRO Division of Animal
Genetics); Leslie Martin (Glen Waverley, Vic).

2/57
`Dr G.U. Din' - correspondence. Correspondence with Dr Ghias U. Din related to
the proposal for installation of cyclotron nuclear science laboratory at Kuwait
University and other matters. 1972-1980

2/58
`J.B.A. England' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with and
about Dr J. Brian A. England on his appointment and other miscellaneous matters.
1975-1981

BOX 13

2/59
A. Gallmann - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence on
miscellaneous matters related to nuclear research. 1977-1978

2/60
`Mr J.C. Grover' - correspondence. Correspondence with J.C. Grover related to
nuclear energy. Includes a brief on nuclear energy and related issues. 1980-1981

2/61
`Sir Valston Hancock' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
with Sir Valston Hancock (Perth) related to comments on publications about
nuclear energy and other miscellaneous issues. 1976-1981

2/62
F. & J. Lewis - correspondence. Letter to Fred & Jane Lewis (friends in USA) on
10 January 1980. Includes a circular letter from F. & J. Lewis. 1979-1980

2/63
H. Hora - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with Professor
Heinrich Hora (University of New South Wales), booklets, papers and publications
related to theoretical physics and nuclear energy. 1975-1981

2/64
`International Public Relations Pty Ltd' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence with International Public Relations Pty Ltd on miscellaneous
issues.
Includes papers by EWT related to nuclear energy. 1976-1978

2/65
Invitations - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence related to
invitations to EWT from various institutions. 1980-1981

2/66
`Dr Joan Freeman-Jelley' - correpondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
related to Dr Joan Freeman-Jelley's visit from the United Kingdom to Canberra in
1981 and other miscellaneous issues. 1980-1981

2/67
`National Library of Australia (Australian Reference)' - correspondence.
Inwards and outwards correspondence related to EWT's interview by David Ellyard
for a biography of Sir Mark Oliphant. 1980

2/68
E. Lindenberger & Co - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
with E. Lindenberger & Co related to a project for a Vitrification Plant of
Nuclear Waste for the Australian Consolidated Industries. 1977-1980

2/69
`Mr Lloyd Marshall' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with
Mr Lloyd Marshall (~the Independent~) related to various publication issues.
1973-1980

2/70
`Memorandum-miscellaneous' - correspondence. Correspondence, memos, order
forms related to miscellaneous matters. 1980-1981

2/71
`Letters - miscellaneous' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence
with colleagues on academic and other miscellaneous issues. 1980-1981

Correspondents include H.H. Thies (University of Western Australia); Murray
Hollis (Australian National University); J.W. Morphett (Griffith, ACT);
Elizabeth Rankin (Perth); Frank P. Dickson (Cronulla, NSW); David Ellyard
(Beecroft, NSW); A.L. Smith (University of Adelaide); David Evans (Weston, ACT);
John Bradford (Figtree, NSW); Jack Davis (Victoria Park, WA); Kathy Williamson
(Orange, NSW); L. Munslow-Davies (Radiation Protection Office, WA); Anne-Marie
Demetz ("American Scientist"); Harry E. Green (Royal Military College,
Duntroon); J.L. Gallant (Atomic Energy of Canada); P.H. Leblang (Ermington,
NSW); Deborah Messer (Hawthorne, Qld); E. Siddall (Atomic Energy of Canada); Val
Fitch (Princeton); I.M. Baillieu (Boronia, Vic); Allan Sharrock (Wendouree,
Vic); K. Wells (Kogarah, NSW); John Bradfield (Griffith, ACT); T.E. Dyer
(Canterbury, Vic); Walter Crocker (Adelaide); M.C. Prest (Prest's); D.C. Hampson
(Uranium Information Centre); Katharine Everett (British Broadcasting
Corporation); R.P. Warner (Wesley College, University of Sydney); Mark J. Posa
(National Civic Council); J.M. Pick (Surrey); Ambassador of Israel.

2/72
Members of Parliament - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence with
Members of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia. Includes lists of
Members of the Commonwealth Parliament and Members/Officers of the Legislative
Assemblies of various states. 1977-1981

Correspondents include W.C. Fife (Minister for Education); Frank O'Keefe; J.L.
Carrick Minister for National Development and Energy); John Haslem; Susan Ryan;
Roslyn Kelly; Ken Fry; Kevin Newman (Minister for National Development); J. Doug
Anthony (Deputy Prime Minister); Malcolm Fraser (Prime Minister); Peter Shack;
Ralph J. Hunt (Minister for Health); Leon Punch (Leader of the Country Party,
Legislative Assembly of New South Wales); Donald Tebbit (British High
Commissioner).

2/73
C.D. Moak - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence concerning Charles D.
Moak's visit from the United States to Canberra. 1976

2/74
G.C. Morrison - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence on George
C. Morrison's visit to Canberra from the University of Birmingham. 1975-1981

2/75
`Secretary' - correspondence. Letters from Director's Secretary of the Research
School of Physical Sciences to staff concerning the introduction of the
Wordplex/word-processing systems and other miscellaneous issues. 1977-1980

BOX 14

2/76
M.G. Slocombe - correspondence. Correspondence and recommendations
concerning Michael G. Slocombe's applications for jobs and fellowships. 1976-
1978

2/77
`Telex and telegrams' - correspondence. Telex and telegrams on miscellaneous
aadministrative matters. 1978-1979

2/78
`Press' - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence with press. Includes a
list of addresses of major newspaper publication companies in Australia. 1980-
1981

2/79
Publishers - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with various
publishers. Includes a journal ~Australian Mining~. 1980-1981

2/80
Dr Carl John Sofield - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with
C.J. Sofield and others concerning C.J. Sofield's job and fellowship
applications and other issues. 1980-1980

2/81
`Recommendations and references' - correspondence. Recommendations,
references, inwards and outwards correspondence concerning EWT's colleagues'
applications for positions and fellowships. 1980-1981

Correspondents and people recommended include Rose Stoddart, Peter A. Parsons
(La Trobe University); E. Balasubramaniam (Papua New Guinea University of
Technology); Evani Kondaiah (New Delhi); Trevor R. Ophel (Australian National
University); Frank J. Fenner (Australian National University); Jacob Tadmor
(Soreq Nuclear Research Centre).

2/82
J.A. Sandover - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence related to
keeping academic contacts with John A. Sandover and giving support for his job
applications. 1974-1981

2/83
`Computer' - correspondence. Minutes, memos, and miscellaneous correspondence
broadly concerning the establishment and operation of the Computer Centre in the
Institute of Advanced Studies at the Australian National University. 1963-1965

2/84
C.M. Bartle's report. Copy of C.M. Bartle's report about experiments with fast
neutrons (with EWT as one of his collaborators). 1975?

2/85
`~Age~ - The Melbourne'- correspondence. Correspondence and articles broadly
related to atomic weapons tests. 1956

2/86
~Atomics and nuclear energy~ - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence
with editors of ~Atomics and nuclear energy~ on publication and other matters.
1957-1958

2/87
Australian Committee for Cultural Freedom - correspondence. Correspondence
with Australian Committee for Cultural Freedom on subscription to its
publications. Includes its publication ~The Free Spirit~. 1957-1962

BOX 15

2/88
Australian Research Grants Committee - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence with Australian Research Grants Committee on assessments of
applications for research grants. 1968-1969

2/89
Department of External Affairs - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence with the Department of External Affairs. 1958-1968

2/90
"Encyclopaedia" - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with the
publishers of ~The Australian Encyclopaedia~ on EWT's relevant article. 1955-
1967

2/91
Medical Cyclotron proposed for Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney -
correspondence. Correspondence from the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney
concerning its proposal for setting up a medical cyclotron in the hospital.
1978-1978

2/92
"N - Therapy" - correspondence. Letters from the Cyclotron Corporation in
California related to a compact high performance neutron therapy system.
Includes a brochure and other materials. 1977-1978

2/93
"Fast neutron therapy" - correspondence. Letter from the Cyclotron Corporation
related to selling a fast neutron facility to Australia. Includes related
material. 1971-1972

2/94
J. Arnison and B.W. Graham - correspondence. Letter from Jocelyn Arnison to
B.W. Graham on 11 January 1977 and B.W. Graham's reply on 24 March 1977.

2/95
~The Age~ - correspondence. Letter to the editor of ~The Age~ on 17 September
1976.

2/96
~The Canberra Times~ - correspondence. Letter to ~The Canberra Times~ on 31
August 1977.

2/97
"Defence Standards Laboratories" - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence with Defence Standards Laboratories on miscellaneous issues.
1956-1970

BOX 16

2/98
NEC accelerators - correspondence. Proposal by National Electrostatics Corp.
(USA) to EWT about furnishing a NEC accelerator to the Australian National
University. Includes relevant documents and information. 1969-1970

2/99
"Pollution and catastrophe" - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence on
environmental problems and relevant materials. 1971-1973

2/100
Joint colloquia with Sydney group - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence regarding joint colloquia with Sydney group. 1955-1955

2/101
H. Messel's letter to M.L. Oliphant - correspondence. Harry Messel's letter to
Mark L. Oliphant on 28 December 1955.

2/102
"Miscellaneous" - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence related to
technical equipment. 1971-1973

2/103
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory - correspondence. Letter from Lawrence
Radiation Laboratory 18 September 1972.

2/104
"Eggen and $58k!" - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence with
O.J. Eggen on miscellaneous issues. 1972

2/105
"NEC telex" - correspondence. Inward and outward telexes between EWT and
NEC. 1972

2/106
Scientific colleagues - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence with
scientific colleagues. 1973

2/107
J. Crawford - correspondence. J. Crawford's letter on 1 September 1973.

2/108
Friends and colleagues - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence with
friends and colleagues. 1981-1985

Correspondents include Mark Cranfield (National Library of Australia); J.W.L. de
Villiers (Atomic Energy Board, Republic of South Africa); Brian Flowers
(University of London).

2/109
W.A. Fowler - correspondence. A card of seasons greetings 1983 together with a
newsletter about W.A. Fowler's receipt of a Nobel Prize in Physics.

BOX 17

2/110
Punjabi University (India) - correspondence. Correspondence between Punjabi
University and EWT concerning EWT's acting as external examiner for a Ph.D.
thesis. 1982

2/111
W.C. Wentworth - correspondence. William C. Wentworth's letter of 1 July 1987
and attachment.

2/112
Miscellaneous correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence on
miscellaneous matters. 1977-1987

Correspondents include Trevor Ophel (Australian National University); Joan
Freeman; F.J. Allen (Australian National University); Lloyd Marshall (Armadale,
WA); Steve Harris ("The Age"); John G. Gorton (Minister for Education and
Science); Joan Jelley (Oxford); John Fremlin (Birmingham); Tom Fink (University
of New South Wales); B.F.H. McCrea (International Public Relations); George M.
Watson (Oatley, NSW); John M. Hill (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority);
David C. Weisser (Australian National University); Robert D. Rathmell
(Electrostatics International); Gregory A. Norton (Electrostatics
International); B.W. Graham (Member of Parliament); E.A. (Bill) Palmer (AINSE);
Allan Bromley (Yale); A. Bastin (State University of New York at Stony Brook);
R. Baxt (Monash University); G.E. Dicker (Australian National University); Noah
Pearce (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment); John Atkinson (Royal Commission
into British Nuclear Tests in Australia); Carl A. Bennett (Battelle-Northwest);
Frank Morgan (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment); Stefaan J. du Toit
(Republic of South Africa); George P. Lawrence (Los Alamos Scientific
Laboratory); A.G. Baxter-Shawe (Editor, "Atomics"); Alan Carmichael
(Australian Broadcasting Commission); B.W. Kirke (Australian Broadcasting
Commission); Helmut Roske (Editor-in-Chief, "Bild der Wissenschaft"); George D.
Dracoulis (State University of New York at Stony Brook); J.F. Spalding (Los
Alamos Scientific Laboratory); Chris Muirhead (University of Birmingham); W.G.
Mourad (National Electrostatics Corporation); Winston Newman (Erindale College);
Douglas G. Andrews (University of Toronto); Ken Fry (Member of Parliament);
William C. Wentworth (Newport, NSW); A.L. Smith (University of Adelaide); Walter
J. Moore (University of Sydney); Wally (Walter M. Zuk? - Radiation Protection
Bureau); Nicholas Kurti (University of Oxford); Ken W. Allen (University of
Oxford); John Hawke (Macquarie University); Jean Delayen (Applied
Superconductivity); David G. Lutton (The Australian Constitution and Common Law
Defence Association); Carl J. Sofield (AERE Harwell); Nick Metropolis (Los
Alamos National Laboratory); Gvirol Goldring (Weizmann Institute of Science);
William E. Simon (New York); S. Yamaoka (Nihon Medi-Physics); John O. Newton
(Australian National University); R.P. Robertson (University of Melbourne);
Barbara Smith (Uranium Advisory Council).

2/113
J.W. Lindeen - correspondence. James W. Lindeen's criticism of EWT's article
and EWT's rejoinder to his comments. 1985

2/114
~Sunlight Graphics~ - correspondence. EWT's letter to the editor of ~Sunlight
Graphics~ with his rejoinder to the comments of R.P. Hay and Lowenhard. 1985?

2/115
P. Springell,~Search~ and EWT - correspondence. Peter Springell's letter to the
editor of ~Search~ commenting on EWT's article and EWT's reply. 1984-1985

2/116
Miscellaneous correspondence 1971-1987. Inwards and outwards correspondence
on miscellaneous matters. 1971-1987

Correspondents include Theo Roy (University of Waikato); John Coles (Professors
World Peace Academy); Arthur Wills (Ely College); Tim Sherratt (Melbourne);
Stephen Quarell (Newcomb Primary School); George E. Dicker (Australian National
University); Leslie G. Kemeny (H.E.I.); John Noe (State University of New York
at Stony Brook); Bert R. Jenner (Young, NSW); Alex G. Beaumont (Hanwood, NSW);
D.G. Lutton (Brisbane); Harold M. Agnew (California); Stephen W. Kowalski
(Montclair State College); George D. Dracoulis (State University of New York at
Stony Brook); Gary Crawley (Michigan State University); David R. Kneeland
(Scanditronix); Heinrich Hora (University of New South Wales); Kenneth Myers
[sic] (Australian Broadcasting Commission); E.P. Shrubb (Wahroonga, NSW); Maud
Birkett-Clews (Kent); Bob and Daisy Voss (Oxford); Del Sundberg (Los Alamos
National Laboratory); George Morrison (University of Birmingham); Derek Branford
(University of Edinburgh); Robert L. Chaney (Los Alamos National Laboratory);
Gregory Stone (Professors World Peace Academy of Australia); Alistair Innes
(Film Australia); Fred Lewis (New Hampshire); N.R.S. (Robin) Tait (Daresbury
Laboratory); Donald S. Gemmell (Argonne National Laboratory).

2/117
B. Martin's comments. Brian Martin's article `Dissent and its difficulties' on 8
July 1985, commenting on EWT's pro-nuclear views.

2/118
EWT's visit to Adelaide - Correspondence. Correspondence concerning EWT's
visit to Adelaide. Includes reprints and other material related to cancer and
genetic risks from radiation. 1980

2/119
S.A. Husain - correspondence. Letter from S. Abid Husain on 24 September 1975.

2/120
D.A. Low - correspondence. Letter to D.A. Low (Vice-Chancellor at the Australian
National University) on 2 December 1980 concerning research funds.

2/121
Discussion and debates on uranium energy - correspondence. Miscellaneous
correspondence and circulars related to discussions and debates on uranium
energy. 1969-1980

Correspondents include John D. Legge (Monash University); I.F. Drysdale (South
Australian Chamber of Mines); D. Allan Bromley (Yale); Gillian Tonsbeek (Friends
of the Springbok Association).

2/122
Candidates for the directorship of the Commonwealth Observatory -
correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence concerning the directorship
of the Commonwealth Observatory. 1955

2/123
J.A. Moroney and R.L. Gunther - correspondence. Correspondence between John
A. Moroney and R.L. Gunther related to radioisotopic analysis. 1972

2/124
L.J.M. Cooray and G. James - correspondence. L.J. Martin Cooray's letter to Greg
James on 11 June 1985, defending EWT's reputation for integrity. 1985

2/125
M.L.Oliphant - correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence between EWT and
Mark L. Oliphant. 1950?-1955

2/126
"Melbourne linac" - correspondence. Inwards and outwards correspondence related
to the Melbourne Linac Proposal. Includes the Proposal. 1975

BOXES 18-19

2/127
Miscellaneous correspondence. Inwards and outwards miscellaneous
correspondence related to administrative, research and other issues. 1951-1954
(3 folders - 1 in BOX 19)

Correspondents include V.D. Hopper (University of Melbourne); L.H. Martin
(University of Melbourne); J.C. Bower (University of Melbourne); Howard K.
Worner (University of Melbourne); Brian Taylor (Broken Hill Associated
Smelters); E.C. Hercus (University of Melbourne); John R. Prescott (University
of Melbourne); James G. Campbell (University of Melbourne); Editor (~Australian
Journal of Physics~); R.D. Wright (University of Melbourne); J.S. Rogers
(University of Melbourne); C.M. Focken (Museum of Applied Science of Victoria);
C.E. Moorhouse (Institution of Engineers, Australia); Victor M. Trikojus
(University of Melbourne); Thomas M. Cherry (University of Melbourne); Harold
George Raggatt (Department of National Development); Leonard O. Bowen (N.S.W.
University of Technology); C.J. Milner (N.S.W. University of Technology);
J.Philip Baxter (N.S.W. University of Technology); Editor (~Nucleonics~); G.H.
Briggs (The Institute of Physics, Australian Branch); C. John Birkett-Clews
(University of Western Australia); John B. Swan (University of Western
Australia); J. Shearer (University of Western Australia); D.W. Davison (T.S.
Skillman and Co); Frank Dickson (Philips Electrical Industries); John Marshall
(Philips Electrical Industries); Claude A. Lucas (Philips Electrical
Industries); F.M. Leddy (Philips Electrical Industries); R.H. Cooke (Philips
Electrical, London); P.W. Robinson (Broken Hill Associated Smelters); T.A.
Reitsma (Philips); S.O. Jones (Philips Electrical Industries); R.L. Clinch
(Philips Electrical Industries); Frank C. Hornman (Eindhoven); P. Rosbaud
(Pergamon Press); Hugh C. Webster (University of Queensland); Fred J. Schonell
(University of Queensland); Keith Lokan (St Marks College, Adelaide); Trevor R.
Ophel (University of Adelaide); A.C. Riviere; John H. Carver (Cavendish
Laboratory); A.H. Morton (Western Australia); H.J.Hay (Nelson, NZ); A.J.F. Boyle
(Canterbury, Vic); D.W. Smellie (University of British Columbia); P.E. Wynter
(University of Melbourne); H.D. Rathgeber (University of Sydney); David M. Myers
(University of Sydney); F. Dwyer (University of Sydney); Raymond J. LeFevre
(University of Sydney); Harry Messel (University of Sydney); E.P. George
(University of Sydney); Editor (~The Canberra Times~); J.S. Mitchell (Cambridge
University); W.H. Aldous (General Electric); W.G. (Bill) Penney (Atomic Weapons
Research Establishment); K.G. McNeill (Glasgow University); Otto R. Frisch
(Cavendish Laboratory); I.F. Wright (Glasgow University); Antoine Leyn (Cork);
Jack Groucett (Tamworth Grammar School); Betty Hobley (Staffordshire); Samuel C.
Curran (Glasgow University); Brian H. Flowers (AERE Harwell); W.M. Gibson
(Queens' University of Belfast); P.H. Fowler (University of Bristol); D.R. Chick
(Associated Electrical Industries); Denys H. Wilkinson; Anthony P. French
(Cavendish Laboratory); Charles A. Adams (ARE); John Blatt; J.R. Richards
(Australian National University); D.L. Livesey (Northants); Harrie W.S. Massey
(University College London); The Editor (~Nature~); Philip B. Moon (Birmingham
University); John R. Prescott (Clarendon Laboratory); W.J. Arrol (AERE Harwell);
Jimmy R. Atkinson (Glasgow University); Norman Feather (University of
Edinburgh); H.R. Heath (London); M. Gosset (AERE Harwell); W. Douglas Allen
(AERE Harwell); O.M. Parkash (Manchester University); W.J. Whitehouse (AERE
Harwell); W.E. Burcham (University of Birmingham); Richard M. Sillitto
(University of Edinburgh); G.B. Cook (AERE Harwell); John D. Cockcroft (AERE
Harwell); H.M. Finneston (AERE Harwell); K.E.B. Jay (AERE Harwell); Henry
Seligman (AERE Harwell); R.B. Owen (AERE Harwell); Tom Lauritsen (American
Embassy, London); Mac Snowden (AERE Harwell); Michael J. Poole (AERE Harwell);
E.W. Taylor (Cooke, Troughton & Simms); C.F. Powell (H.H. Wills Physics
Laboratory); C.C. Butler (University of Manchester); M.J. Brinkworth (AERE
Harwell); F.C. Price (Clarendon Laboratory); J. Dainty (University ofEdinburgh);
John Walker (University of Birmingham); M.J. Moore (University of Liverpool);
A.P. (Tony) French (Cavendish Laboratory); Geoff F. Snelling (AERE Harwell);
Herbert W.B. Skinner (University of Liverpool); Godfrey H. Stafford (National
Physical Laboratories, South Africa); F.W. Dawe (Dawe Instrument Co); H.S.
Thomlinson (University College London); J. Frank Jackson (AERE Harwell); Joe
Rotblat (St. Bartholomews Hospital); Hugh Roskell (AERE Harwell); L.L. Green
(University of Liverpool); Cyril L. Smith (University of Cambridge); Peter
Jensen (University of Freiberg); Donald W. Fry (AERE Harwell); C.A. Rennie (AERE
Harwell); A.B. Jones (AERE Harwell); R.M. Fishenden (AERE Harwell); F.G. Barker
(AERE Harwell); J.V. Overton (AERE Harwell); D.R. Willson (AERE Harwell); D.H.
Black (UK Ministry of Supply, Melbourne); R. Edge (AERE Harwell); Tony H. Scurm
(AERE Harwell); John Butterfield (AERE Harwell); S.C. Bartlett (AERE Harwell);
Ralph Dawton (AERE Harwell); B.L. Russell (AERE Harwell); John Sharp (AERE
Harwell); C. Waller (Ilford Research Laboratory); Mel Pratt (News and
Information Bureau); T.A.G. Hungerford (News and Information Bureau); C.E. Eddy
(Commonwealth X-Ray and Radium Laboratory); G.W. Wells (AERE Harwell); R.
Ford (Liberal Party); Joan Morrish (Australian National University Office,
London); R.L. Mathews (Australian National University Office, London); E.H.
Clark (Australian National University Office, London).

BOX 19

2/128
~The Canberra Times~ - correspondence. Letter to the Editor of ~The Canberra
Times~ on 3 December 1975.

2/129
Low ß Superconducting buncher - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence between EWT and US nuclear scientists concerning the costs of low
ß superconducting buncher. 1980-1981

Correspondents include James E. Mercereau (California Institute of Technology);
Ilan Ben-Zvi (State University of New York at Stony Brook); G. John Dick
(California Institute of Technology).

2/130
High Voltage Engineering Corporation (USA) - correspondence. A large
collection of correspondence. Marked with `High voltage engineering
correspondence, U.S.A.: 10-Mev tandem accelerating machine: correspondence
files: 1) general letters, 2) legal documents (contract, etc.), 3) price
particulars. 1957-1960 (3 folders)

BOX 20

SERIES 3. CORRESPONDENCE - CHRONOLOGICAL FILES

3/1
"Running file part I" - correspondence. Copies of miscellaneous outwards
correspondence between 9 October 1972 and 4 December 1974.

Correspondents include Stephen Kaneff (Australian National University); Robert
Street (Australian National University); Ian McDougall (Australian National
University); W.R. Ambrose (Australian National University); The Registrar
(Australian National University); Joan Freeman (AERE, Harwell); Frederick A
Lewis (High Voltage Engineering Corporation, Massachusetts); Bill Palmer
(AINSE); Felix Bloch (Stanford University, California); John Sandover
(University of Technology, Lae, New Guinea); Bob Voss (Daresbury Nuclear
Physics Laboratory, Lancashire); Stefaan du Toit (Uranium Enrichment Corp. of
S.A. Ltd, Pretoria); R Whittle (Australian National University); Eliel Skurnik
(Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel); Dave Kneeland (General Ionex
Corporation, Massachusetts); Ian Brazier (Lae, New Guinea); Mrs C. Goldsmith
(University of Sussex); Stan Hanna (Stanford University, California); Michael
Malloy (Aranda, ACT); Bruce Miller (Australian National University); D H Brennan
(Department of Defence, Canberra); C.L. Hollas (Australian National
University); Ken Le Couteur (Australian National University); George Hendry
(Cyclotron Corporation, California); Miro Ivanovich (AERE, Harwell); Lowell
Carlson (Cyclotron Corporation, California); Stanley Bashkin (University of
Arizona); H Matsumoto (Hakuto Co. Ltd., Tokyo); I.D.K. Wren (Northern Rivers
College of Advanced Education); Brian Spicer (University of Melbourne); D Lewis
(University of Western Australia); John Symonds (Australian Atomic Energy
Commission); Arun Sapre (Bombay); John Birkett-Clews (Kent); Diana Birkett-Clews
(Bangkok); Roy Middleton (University of Pennsylvania); D.J. Munro (University of
Queensland); Mark Oliphant (Adelaide); G Dicker (Australian National
University); Jack Deeble (Australian Academy of Science); C Bennett (Melbourne);
R.M. Kenedi (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow); Raymond Johnson
(Worcestershire); Hartmut Cords (no address); Herschel Gott (Spectomagnetic
Industries, California); Jean Kearns (AINSE); Bill Stephens (University of
Melbourne); Jim Tuck (University of Sydney); Hilary Morton (Australian
National University); John Newton (Australian National University); Colin
Courtice (Australian National University); Walter Zuk (Radiation Protection
Bureau, Ottawa); Charles Watson-Munro (University of Sydney); E. Conoulty
(Sydney); E Balasubramaniam (University of Technology, Lae); Robert Shamu
(Western Michigan University); A. Ungar (Canada); H.A.H. Pickering (RAAF Staff
College, Canberra); Barry McKinnon (ANAC, Auckland); H. Hora (Max-Planck-
Institut fur Plasmaphysik, Munich); J. Wilczynski (Royal Military College,
Duntroon); M. Sobb (Rydlamere, NSW); Alan Freeman (Palm Beach, Queensland); D.W.
Crowfoot (Dairy Industry Authority, NSW); Ray Taylor (James Cook University); D.
Featherstone (Australian National University); Al Mann (University of
Pennsylvania); J.E. Brolley (Los Alamos); B.T. England (Australian National
University); Ghias Din (Kuwait University); Don Gemmell (Argonne National
Laboratory); Harry Gove (University of Rochester, NY); Bill Boundy (South
Australian Institute of Technology); D.M. Owen (Commonwealth Parliamentary
Library); Ian McCarthy (Flinders University); Ken Allen (University of Oxford);
Hilton Glavish (Stanford University); Ray Herb (National Electrostatics
Corporation, Wisconsin); E.G. Bowen (Australian Embassy, Washington); Registrar
(James Cook University); C.M. Bartle (University of Wisconsin); Luis Alvarez
(University of California); Ian Walker (ANAC, Auckland); L Bollinger (Argonne
National Laboratory); Peter Parsons (La Trobe University); Don Stevens
(Australian Radiation Laboratory, Melbourne); Roger Bird (AAEC); Maurice Timbs
(Department of Services and Property, Canberra); R.E. Price (Western Australia
Institute of Technology); George Watson (AAEC); Michael Fisher (Cambridge Credit
Corporation); The Registrar (Aligarh Muslim University, India); Ken Purser
(General Ionics Corporation); P.J. Stirling (Associated Media Consultants,
Melbourne); E. Nixon (Kerang, Vic); Glen Hickey (Yale University); O.R.
Schmalzbach (Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences); E. Stanley (University of
New Brunswick, Canada); R.B. Gardiner (University of Queensland); Australian
Research Grants Committee; John Moroney (Atomic Weapons Tests Safety Committee);
R.J. Henderson (Government House, Adelaide); Frank Muller (Australian National
University); George Morrison (University of Birmingham); John Carver (University
of Adelaide); M.J. Buckingham (University of Western Australia); M. Carroll
(B.W.N. Industries, Dandenong, Vic); N. Clark (Nicholas Clark & Associates,
Canberra); Mary Mack (Wisconsin); Rotary Club of Canberra; Deputy Commissioner
of Taxation (Canberra); G. Urbans (South Kingsville, Vic); Cliff Hill (Booval,
Qld); A. Salon (French Embassy, Canberra); W.M. Lavers (AINSE); Lindsay Quinn
(Urban Land Institute of Australia); Ed McMillan (University of California); T.
Mikumo (Tokyo University of Education); J. Munch (Chicago); A.M Clark (Flinders
University of South Australia); Association of Professional Engineers (Edmonton,
Canada); Stuart Butler (University of Sydney); Mme Guichard (Universite de
Paris); H. Betts (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); R.K. Muir (Department
of Defence, Canberra); Robert Rothmall (Australian National University); J.D.
Smith (Sydney); Mr Silins (Australian National University); D. Golan (Tel-Aviv);
H.P. Sankappanavar (Canada); T.S. Mudhole (Karnatak University, India); Fred
Huang (Charlestown, NSW); M.L. Sehgal (A.M.U., India); P. Lerch (Institut
d'electrochimie et radiochimie, France); J. Rotblat (St Bartholomews Hospital,
London); Ian Easson (University of British Columbia); R.N. Robertson (Australian
Academy of Science); H.F. Wilcock (Australian America Educational Foundation,
Canberra); G. Clerk (CSIRO, North Ryde, NSW); P. Sosnowski (Newport, Vic);
Brigadier J.R. Salmon (Department of the Army, Canberra); A. Gallmann
(l'Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg, France); E.O. Hall (University of
Newcastle); M.H. Brennan (Flinders University); F.L. Bett (AAEC); Bill Burcham
(University of Birmingham); Marge Lauritsen (California Institute of
Technology); H.H. Bolotin (University of Melbourne); T. Leaney (Canberra
Hospital); Associate Editor, ~Nuclear Instruments and Methods~; C.M. Reekie
(University of Technology, Lae, New Guinea); Bruce Mainsbridge (University of
Papua New Guinea); J.R. Maxfield (Maxfield Radiological Center, Dallas); Editor,
~Sydney Morning Herald~; J.W. Leech (University of Waterloo, Canada).

3/2
"Running file part II" - correspondence. Copies of miscellaneous outwards
correspondence between 4 December 1974 and 31 March 1976.

Correspondents include Erich Weigold (Fom-Instituut Voor Atoomen Molecuulfysica,
The Netherlands); Ray G. Herb (National Electrostatics Corporation); Luis W.
Alvarez (University of California); Edwin M. McMillan (California); Felix Bloch
(Stanford University); R. Williams (ABC); Arthur R. Quinton (University of
Massachusetts); J.E. Beaver (Mount Sinai Medical Center of Greater Miami,
Florida); Bill Turchinetz (MIT Bates Linear Accelerator, Massachusetts); Hugh D.
Richards (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Arthur Rajaratnam (University of
Singapore); The Registrar (Australian National University); Eliel Skurnik
(Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel); G. Goldring (Weizmann Institute of
Science, Israel); Bernie L. Cohen (University of Pittsburgh); George O. Hendry
(Cyclotron Corporation, California); Zionist Federation of Australia and New
Zealand; Charles D. Moak (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee); John G.
Jenkin (La Trobe University); Fred A. Lewis (High Voltage Engineering
Corporation, Massachusetts); J.F. Dallas (ACT Employers' Federation); John
Newton (no address); Mrs P. Ohlmus (Australian National University); R.G.P.
(Bob) Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); G.A. Bartholomew (Chalk River
Nuclear Laboratories, Ontario); George C. Morrison (University of Birmingham);
J.R. Nix (Kellogg Radiation Laboratory, California); Diana Birkett-Clews
(University of Tasmania); Don Kerst (University of Wisconsin); H.T. Richards
(University of Wisconsin); Don S. Gemmel (Argonne National Laboratory); Lowell
Bollinger (Argonne National Laboratory); W.D. Nolan (Tasmanian Government
Tourist Bureau); A.E. (Ted) Litherland (University of Toronto); Stan S. Hanna
(Stanford University); Hilton F. Glavish (Stanford University); Valston Hancock
(Royal Commonwealth Society); Harry Bloom (University of Tasmania); Joan Freeman
(AERE Harwell); Lowell Carlson (Cyclotron Corporation); Kenneth H. Purser
(General Ionex Corporation); Dave R. Kneeland (Massachusetts); J. Reginald
Richardson (University of British Colombia); John Sandover (University of
Technology, Lae); Fenella Riseley (CIBA Foundation); E.A. (Bill) Palmer
(Kirrawee, NSW); Zelman Cowen (University of Queensland); Faye Ajzenberg-Selove
(University of Pennsylvania); R.L. (Bob) Dewar (Australian National University);
Mavis Boswell (Forrest, ACT); Heinz Hora (University of New South Wales);
J.P.F. (Friedel) Sellschop (University of the Witwatersrand); Ieks J. van
Heerden (Southern Universities Nuclear Institute, South Africa); Ken W. Allen
(University of Oxford); Brian Spicer (University of Melbourne); Alexander M.
Cruickshank (University of Rhode Island); Hugh Ennor (Department of Science,
Canberra); B.G. Mybourne (University of Canterbury); Joe Wampler (Anglo-
Australian Telescope); John G. Bolton (CSIRO Radio Telescope); Ian Adie
(University of South Carolina); D.E. Cannell (Electrolytic Zinz Co); J.B.A.
(Brian) England (University of Birmingham); J. Rames (Ranger Uranium
Environmental Inquiry); Darol K. Froman (New Mexico); Peter Logan (University of
Technology, Lae); Nobel Prize Committee; D.R. Cherry (University of
Saskatchewan); Frank Dickson (Macquarie University); P.W. Smith (ANZAAS); Ian M.
Brazier (University of Technology, Lae); J.S.E. (Hans) Maul (Canberra); R.A.S.
Swift (Killara); F. Keegan (Paddington); D.T. Woods (Ranger Uranium Mines);
Brian Kennedy (Field Educational Enterprises of Australasia Pty. Ltd.); Doug
Anthony (Deputy Prime Minister); K.J. Bottcher (West Germany); Alan M. Sargeson
(Australian National University); Steven Kaneff (Australian National
University); Robert Street (Australian National University); W.R. Ambrose
(Australian National University); R. Graf (Hewlett-Packard Australia); Frederick
Wheeler (Canberra); Mrs F.A. Small (Canberra); John Kerr (Governor-General);
J.A.L. Matheson (Monash University); Colin Plowman (University of New South
Wales); R.M. Horner (Ballarat & Clarendon College); William C. Wentworth (House
of Representatives); A. Kapur (University of Waterloo, Ontario); Edward B.
Grothus (Los Alamos Sales Company); E.M. Khairy (University of Kuwait); J.
Gibbins (RAAF Staff College); Philip B. Moon (Birmingham); Lloyd Marshall
(Claremont, WA); Mr Hill (Crown Solicitor's Office (Commonwealth)); E. Leach
(Australian National University); S.D. Moitra (Cornell University); R. H.
Edwards (Australian National University); Bernhard H. Neumann (Australian
National University); J.R. Patterson (University of Adelaide); W.F. Northam
(Monash University); D.M. Lukeman (AAEC); Basil Rose (AERE Harwell); R.F.
Edgerton (AERE Harwell); Godfrey Stafford (Rutherford Laboratory); E.F. Newley
(AWRE); William Penney (Oxfordshire); W.E. (Bill) Burcham (University of
Birmingham); Stuart T. Butler (University of Sydney); Val Fitch (Princeton
University); R.F. Churches (Legal & General); C. Williams (Legal & General);
C.John Birkett-Clews (Kent); S.A. Husain (University of Malaya); Harrie Massey
(University College London); Mrs P.G. Fullerton (Canberra); Gillian Sweetland
(John Boland and Associates); Jean Kearns (AINSE); Geoff C. Dale (London); Eric
H.S. Burhop (University College London); Mrs Moseley (Staffordshire); John Hill
(Atomic Energy Authority); Leslie L. Green (University of Liverpool); John C.
Wilmott (University of Manchester); John Lisle (University of Manchester); Alan
Sharpe (Department of Manufacturing Industries, Canberra); Roy Pilgrim
(Berkshire); Noah Pearce (AWRE); Ghias Din (Kuwait University); Walter M. Zuk
(Radiation Protection Bureau, Canada); Walter Marshall (AERE Harwell); Stefaan
du Toit (South Africa); S.A. Husain (University oofMalaya); P. Lloyd (Perth); Dr
Wolstenholme (CIBA-GEIGY); Ken MacFadyen (University of Birmingham); Edward G.
Bowen (Australian Embassy, Washington); I.F. Wright (University of Manchester);
K.R. Long (University of Papua New Guinea); B. Johnson (Florida); John Jelley
(AERE Harwell); James F. Ward (James Cook University); Eric J. Davis (Canadian
High Commission, Canberra); Peter Parsons (La Trobe University); Brian Flowers
(Imperial College of Science & Technology); Prof. Jaseja (Birla Institute of
Technology & Science, India); Ian McCarthy (Flinders University); Michael Malloy
(Australian Universities Commission); James Colman (Rotary Club of Canberra);
Jack Deeble (Australian Academy of Science); C. Badrinthan (Tata Institute of
Fundamental Research); Charles Adams (Canberra); W. Rittberger (ZAED, West
Germany); C.M. Bartle (Wellington, NSW); D. Lewis (University of Western
Australia); V. Grgacic (Melbourne); Frederick C.P. Huang (Unversity of
Newcastle); Robert J. O'Neill (Australian National University); T. Mikumo (Tokyo
University of Education); Oscar Schmalzbach (Academy of Forensic Sciences).

3/3
"Running file part III" - correspondence. Copies of outwards correspondence
between 1 April 1976 and 23 December 1976.

Correspondents include C.J. Birkett-Clews (Kent); Peter J. Derham (Institute of
Directors in Australia); A. Rajaratnam (University of Singapore); V. Hancock
(Royal Commonwealth Society); Ron Burnett (North Queensland Newspaper Co);
Passport Officer (Department of Immigration, Canberra); J. Morphett (Australian
National University); The Editor (The Canberra Times); T. Van Tugteren
(Australian Institute of Political Science); Mrs Stoddart (Meares & Philips);
Leon Katz (Government of Saskatchewan); J.C. Moore (MP); I. Hore-Lacy (Conzinc
Tiotinto of Australia); Tim A. Hooke (Graduate Business School Club); J.P.F.
(Friedel) Sellschop (University of the Witwatersrand); D.T. Woods (Ranger
Uranium Mines); Ambassador for South Africa; E.S. Clarke (St Ives, NSW); G.A.
MacKay (Australian Uranium Producers' Forum); Murray Tyrell (Queanbeyan, NSW);
Jean Kearns (Sutherland, NSW); David Connolly (MP); The Editor (The Age); Walter
M. Zuk (Radiation Protection Bureau, Canada); Ghias U. Din (Kuwait University);
T.R. Ophel (Australian National University); Peter Richardson (MP); John O.
Newton (University of California); Ieks J. Van Heerden (Southern Universities
Nuclear Institute, South Africa); G. Goldring (Weizmann Institute of Science);
R.F. Barrett (Australian National University); Orion Research (Massachusetts);
Joan Freeman (AERE Harwell); R. Zablud (Zionist Federation of Australia & New
Zealand); Ann Moyal (Institute of Technology, NSW); E.A. (Bill) Palmer (AINSE);
P.D. Oates (Chatswood, NSW); R.W. Berriman (Rotary Club of Sydney); Igal Talmi
(Weizmann Institute of Science); E. Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science);
Barbara S. Brennan (Collaroy Plateau, NSW); Julia Gordon (Canberra); Patricia
Laird (Department of Overseas Trade, Canberra); J.A. Byth (Conzinc Riotinto of
Australia); A.C.T. Electricity Authority; Telecom Australia; Yehuda Svoray
(Zionist Federation of Australia & New Zealand); H.G. Gelber (University of
Tasmania); Jan Nurzynski (ETH, Switzerland); Doug Anthony (Deputy Prime
Minister); Administrative Officer (RAAF Staff College); Nigel Jackson (Hamilton,
Vic); E.A. Milstead (Port MacDonnell, SA); The Editor (ANU Reporter); Ambassador
for Israel (Canberra); Joe Kadane (Liberal Speakers Group, Vic); Brian M. Spicer
(University of Melbourne); John H. Thies (University of Western Australia);
Silva Newton (University of California); B.A. Robson (Australian National
University); George O. Hendry (Cyclotron Corporation); Lowell Carlson (Cyclotron
Corporation); Robert J. O'Neill (Bank of America); R.W.L. Austin (Conzinc
Riotinto of Australia); Australian Institute of Political Science; H. McCarthy
(Australian Petroleum Exploration Association); J.A. Gibbins (RAAF Staff
College); Ian Wark (Blackburn, Vic); E.P. (Paul) George (University of New South
Wales); A.H. (Hilary) Morton (Australian National University); M.W. Scope
(Capricorn Coast Protection Council); R.S. Cox (The Constitutional Club); W.C.
Wentworth (MP); K.J. Prowse (CSIRO); D.J. Grantham (Australian National
University); Dave R. Kneeland (Massachusetts); B.A. MacKinnon (ANAC, New
Zealand); Basil Rose (AERE Harwell); Robert O'Neill (Australian National
University); D. Birkett-Clews (University of Tasmania); Leslie Melville
(Canberra); Keith Alder (AAEC); Mark Oliphant (Governor of South Australia); Ray
G. Herb (National Electrostatics Corporation); R.S. Temple (University of
Sydney); Registrar, University of Singapore; B.F.A. McCrea (International Public
Relations); R. Street (Australian National University); J.A. Ferry (National
Electrostatics Corporation); Robert Rathmell (National Electrostatics
Corporation); R. Daniel (National Electrostatics Corporation); B.A. Counsel
(Julius Marlow Holdings); K.E. Creech (Queen Elizabeth Fellowship Committee); J.
Skehan (Liberal Party of Australia); W.H. Sweetland (BHP); J. Dallas (A.C.T.
Employers' Federation); Ken H. Purser (General Ionex Corporation); J.F. Collins
(Bank of New South Wales); Michael Lynch (Salesian College); Frank Marton
(Environment Centre); The Editor (Sydney Morning Herald); Robert G.P. Voss
(Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); A.J. Grey (Pancontinental Mining); L.
Marshall (Perth); The Registrar (University of Auckland); D.W. George
(University of Newcastle); H.C. Webster (University of Queensland); Frederick A.
Lewis (High Voltage Engineering Corporation); W. (Bill) Turchinetz (MIT Bates
Linear Accelerator); G.A. Bartholemew (Atomic Energy of Canada); J. H. Lewis
(University of Tasmania); Andrew A. Bond (Ottawa); J.B.A. (Brian) England
(University of Birmingham); A.E. Litherland (Toronto); George Morrison
(University of Birmingham); Ken W. Allen (University of Oxford); George Hendry
(Cyclotron Corporation); Stan Hanna (Stanford University); Ian Walker (ANAC, New
Zealand); Ken Thomas (Cyclotron Corporation); Charles D. Moak (Oak Ridge
National Laboratory); Cyril G. Stokes (Gloucestershire); Don S. Gemmell (Argonne
National Laboratory); L.M. Bollinger (Argonne National Laboratory); R. Whittle
(Australian National University); P.R. Tunnicliffe (Atomic Energy of Canada);
Arthur Quinton (University of Massachusetts); J.M. Hill (UKAEA); Harry Bloom
(University of Tasmania); Felix Bloch (Stanford University); Luis W. Alvarez
(University of California); A.M. Cruickshank (University of Rhode Island); E.
Balasubramaniam (Papua & New Guinea Institute of Technology); T.J. Ledwidge
(Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education); Robert Smith (Australian High
Commission, London); B.H.F. McCrea (Ranger Uranium Mines); Peter Logan (Papua
New Guinea University of Technology); D.W. Kerst (University of Wisconsin-
Madison); Max Jacobs (Canberra); Percy H. Partridge (Canberra).

3/4
"Running file part V" - correspondence. Copies of miscellaneous outwards
corrrespondence between 4 January 1977 and 23 December 1977.(There is no "part
IV").

Correspondents include A Rajaratnam (University of Singapore); Philip H. Alston
(American Embassy, Canberra); Eliel Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science);
J.A.P. Palmer (The Guardian); K. Wells (Kogarah, NSW); A.A. Bond (Ottawa); C.J.
Birkett-Clews (Kent); P.Paul (State University of New York); W.C. Wentworth (Dee
Why, NSW); J.J. Webster (Minister for Science); Kevin Newman (Minister for
Environment, Housing & Community Development); J.D. Anthony (Deputy Prime
Minister); J.O.Newton (Australian National University); C.C. Hsu (National Tsing
Hua University); Murray Bartle (University of Cape Town); Ken W. Allen (Nuclear
Physics Laboratory, Oxford); Ghias Din (Kuwait University); Mike Slocombe
(Cheshire); Jim M. Rendel (CSIRO); A.M. (Max) Clark (Flinders University of
South Australia); Philip Baxter (Enfield, NSW); Charles A. Adams (Garran, ACT);
F.C. (Colin) Courtice (Deakin, ACT); Edward Ford (Potts Point, NSW); Valston
Hancock (Dalkeith, WA); The Editor (The Canberra Times); W.W. Johnstone (Mount
Eliza, Vic); Heinz Hora (University of NSW); Andre Gallmann (Centre de
Recherches Nucleaires); Director, Research School of Pacific Studies (Australian
National University); Stan Hinds (Australian National University); Director,
Research School of Earth Sciences (Australian National University); Director,
Research School of Chemistry (Australian National University); Steve Kaneff
(Australian National University); B.F.A. McCrea (International Public
Relations); E. Lindenberger (Double Bay, NSW); Robert J. Walsh (Epping, NSW);
Don J. Stevens (Camberwell, Vic); Leslie Martin (Glen Waverley, Vic); Jeff
Symons (AERE Harwell); Barry Taylor (Liberal Party of Australia - NSW Division);
Editor (North Queensland Newspaper Company); Michael Fallon (University of NSW);
Editor (The Australian); P.D. O'Connor (Australian Academy of Science); Oscar R.
Schmalzbach (Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences); Frank Robbins (Bendigo,
Vic); John Wilton (Forrest, ACT); Louis Rosen (University of California); Janie
Raffin (Orange, NSW); Walter M. Zuk (Radiation Protection Bureau, Ottawa); Roger
Neave (Institute of Public Affairs); Editor (The Guardian); Joan Freeman (AERE
Harwell); E.A. (Bill) Palmer (AINSE); John Hill (Atomic Energy Authority,
London); R.G.P. Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); David M. Connolly
(MP); Editor (ANU Reporter); William Yates (MP); Hugh Ennor (Red Hill, ACT);
T.J.V. Voss (The Gap, Qld); R. Leovic (Hughes, ACT); Valerie Richardson (Youth
Hostels Association of NSW); J.C. McCausland (Mosman, NSW); George O. Hendry
(Cyclotron Corporation); Richard Krygier (Australian Association for Cultural
Freedom); K. Okamoto (University of NSW); John L. Farrands (Department of
Defence, Canberra); H.E. Morrison (Real Estate Institute of NSW); Frank Lane-
Mullins (National Civic Council, St James, NSW); Jack P. Lonergan (Department of
Science); F.E. Trainer (University of NSW); Eric Calderwood (AINSE); E.
Pallister (Queensland Institute of Technology); Alan S. Miller (Macquarie
University); John S. Fremlin (University of Birmingham); Stuart T. Butler
(University of Sydney); Editor (Sydney Morning Herald); R.V. Garland (Minister
for Veterans'Affairs); David E. Caro (University of Melbourne); P.B. Treacy
(Australian National University); T.R. Ophel (Australian National University);
J.B.A. England (University of Birmingham); P.A. Tucker (Australian National
University); Wilson H. Hunter (NASA, Canberra); Ieks J. Van Heerden (Southern
Universities Nuclear Institute, South Africa); Adrien Albert (Australian
National University); Edward Bullard (Australian National University); Sydney
Hamberger (UKAEA); J.D. Norgard (Metric Conversion Board); L.K. Stevens
(University of Melbourne); Jim F. Ward (James Cook University of North
Queensland); Dr G.J. Tallents (Australian National University); Russell
Yardley (Young Liberal Movement of Australia); John Crawford (Australian
National University); Tom Connelly (AERE Harwell); I. Naqib (AERE Harwell);
D.J. Allen-Williams (University of Western Australia); Zelman Cowen (University
of Queensland); J.A. Gibbins (RAAF Staff College); Bob Smith (Australia House,
London); Geoff C. Dale (Central Electricity Generating Board, London); O. Biato
(Embassy of Brazil, Canberra); Eric Storr (Institution of Engineers, Australia);
Eric Burhop (no address); Godfrey Stafford (Rutherford Laboratory); Brian
Flowers (Imperial College of Science and Technology); W.R.S. Garton (Imperial
College of Science and Technology); George Morrison (University of Birmingham);
Mrs B. Brennan (Sydney); H.V. Parker (Ashgrove, Qld); Ray G. Herb (National
Electrostatics Corporation); Greg Norton (National Electrostatics Corporation);
Bert Parker (Australia House, London); Max Gunnersen (AWRE); Bill Penney
(Oxfordshire); Robert Blake (Darling Point, NSW); G. Goldring (Weizmann
Institute of Science); G. Frick (Centre du Recherches Nucleaires); W.G. Mourad
(Electrostatics International); Frank Morgan (AWRE); Fred A. Lewis (High Voltage
Engineering Corporation); Insurance Institute of New South Wales; W.R. McPharlin
(MP); Editor (Financial Review); Ian F. Wright (University of Manchester);
Stafaan du Toit (South Africa); T. Van Tugteren (Australian Institute of
Political Science); Grant L. Miles (Australian Atomic Energy Commission); John
Sandover (South Australian Board of Advanced Education); Alan J.E. Boyle
(University of Western Australia); C.W. Weaver (Institution of Metallurgists);
B.W. Graham (House of Representatives); Jim Byth (Conzinc Riotinto ofAustralia);
Jeff Skehan (Jeff Skehan & Associates); J.P.F. (Friedel) Sellschop (University
of the Witwatersrand); Jack Gregory (AAEC); Alan Manning (ALP National
Secretariat); Mrs J.L. Darling (Highgate, SA); G.D. Mills (Curtin, ACT); George
Watson (AAEC); K.L. Avent (Rotary Club of Canberra Woden); W. Ralph (Charnwood,
ACT); Doric Holmes (Red Hill, ACT); W.A. Somerville (Chidlow, WA); John Martin
(Woden Valley Jaycees); Vic Honour (Rotary International); J.A. Smithson (The
Sciences Club, Melbourne); Peter J. Derham (Institute of Directors in
Australia); Jim Saleeba (Continuing Education Centre, Wodonga); Charles J.
Burleigh (Perth); Leon Katz (University of Saskatoon, Canada); A.G. Colley
(Turramurra, NSW); Usameh Jamali (OAPEC); Lex Appelgren (Mackay, Qld); T.
Williams (International Public Relations); William A. Fowler (California);
Robert Leighton (California); John Hockley (West Tamworth, NSW).

BOX 21

3/5
"Running file 1978" - correspondence. Copies of outwards correspondence
between 3 January 1978 and 19 December 1978.

Correspondents include Louis Rosen (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory); P.G.
Koontz (Los Alamos); Harlan W. Lefevre (University of Oregon); Graeme Putt
(University of Auckland); Features Editor (Sydney Morning Herald); Hilton
Glavish (Stanford University); Stanley Bashkin (University of Arizona); John
Hawke (Macquarie University); B.J. O'Brien (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, NZ);
J. Harold Kaye (Productivity Promotion Council of Australia); J. Brian A.
England (University of Birmingham); J.D. Legge (Monash University); Frederick A.
Lewis (High Voltage Engineering Corporation); Colin Pask (Australian National
University); J.C. Grover (Sydney); W.C. Wentworth (Newport, NSW); L.A. Punch
(MP); N.A. Elvin (University of NSW); R. Hunt (Minister for Health); Leicester
Atkinson (Prince of Wales Hospital); V. Hancock (Dalkeith, WA); John Janicke
(Insurance Council of Australia); E.A. (Bill) Palmer (AINSE); Derek Branford
(University of Edinburgh); K. Okamoto (University of New South Wales); S.Kanard
(AINSE); J.W. Noe (State University of New York); E. Jaeschke (Max Planck
Institut fur Kernphysik); Lowell Bollinger (Argonne National Laboratories); Jean
Kearns (Sutherland, NSW); Stan S. Hanna (Stanford University); Stanley C. Baker
(New Lambton, NSW); Alan A. Fleischer (Medi-Physics); Wallace Ambrose
(Australian National University); R.A. Balogun (University of Ife, Nigeria);
Andre Gallmann (Centre de Recherches Nucleaires); Ghias U. Din (McMaster
University, Canada); Canadian High Commission; Joan Freeman (AERE Harwell); R.
Rowbotham (University of Melbourne); Heinz Hora (Universitat Bern); Consul
General of Israel; A.R. Willimott (Perth); Ted Lane (AAEC); David J. Allen-
Williams (University of WA); A.M. (Tony) Lane (AERE Harwell); R. Smith
(Australia House, London); Eliel Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science);
W. Kyle (Governor of Western Australia); C.J. (John) Birkett-Clews (Kent); R.M.
Diamond (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory); Kevin Newman (Minister for National
Development); J.J. Webster (Minister for Science); Peter Vey (Atomic Energy
Authority, London); John R. Saunders (University of NSW); K.G. McNeill
(University of Toronto); D.J. Hooten (University of Auckland); Walter M. Zuk
(Radiation Protection Bureau, Ottawa); Amy Huang (Cardiff, NSW); Editor (Current
Affairs Bulletin); Michael Lynch (Salesian College); W.S. Goodchild (Goodchild
Research Studies); A.J. Mooradian (Atomic Energy of Canada); A.E. Litherland
(University of Toronto); Ken Thomas (Cyclotron Corporation); Geoff C. Dale
(Central Electricity Generating Board); Leonard Huxley (Hughes, ACT); Gil A.
Bartholomew (Atomic Energy of Canada); Bert Parker (Australia House, London);
Eric Burhop (University College London); R.G.P. Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics
Laboratory); John Emmett (Lawrence Livermore Laboratories); George O. Hendry
(Cyclotron Corporation); K.W. Allen (University of Oxford); G. Stafford
(Rutherford Laboratory); John Hill (Atomic Energy Authority); Brian Flowers
(Imperial College of Science & Technology); T. Tombrello (California
Institute of Technology); Walter Henning (Argonne National Laboratories); Don S.
Gemmell (Argonne National Laboratories); Ray G. Herb (National Electrostatics
Corporation); A.A. Bond (Ottawa); Rosemary Fitzgerald (Bristol); John Sanders
(University of NSW); Barry F.A. McCrea (International Public Relations); Arthur
Rajaratnam (University of Singapore); Editor (West Australian); R.J. Stewart
(Prince of Wales Hospital); N. Basov (Academy of Sciences of the USSR); J.A.
Kuehner (McMaster University, Canada); P. Paul (Stony Brook Laboratory); Franz
Plasil (Oak Ridge National Laboratory); Laurence McIntyre (Australian
Institute of International Affairs); John H. Fremlin (University of Birmingham);
Kai Siegbahn (Editor, Nuclear Instruments and Methods); Gwenyth A. Ewens
(Claremont, WA); I.P.C. Murray (Prince of Wales Hospital); Bruce Loughry (KMS
Fusion); E.P. (Paul) George (University of NSW); R. Ost (University of
Rochester); W.W. Johnstone (Mount Eliza, Vic); Mike Slocombe (University of
Manchester); Ray McPharlin (MP); Ann Moyal (Griffith University); Colin Plowman
(Australian National University); P.D. Scott Maxwell (Vickers Australia); A.M.
Prokhorov (USSR Academy of Science); Alan Sharpe (Department of Defence,
Canberra); Joan Watson (AINSE); Keith H. Lokan (Australian Radiation
Laboratory); Keith Alder (Australian Atomic Energy Research Establishment);
C.C.Hsu (National Tsing Hua University); R.G. Milne (Nowra, NSW); Harry Bloom
(University of Tasmania); Mark Oliphant (Australian National University).

3/6
"Running file 1979" - correspondence. Copies of miscellaneous outwards
correspondence between 8 January 1979 and 18th December 1979.

Correspondents include Australian Institute of International Affairs; J.B.A.
(Brian) England (University of Birmingham); Robert G.P. Voss (Daresbury
Laboratory); Editor (Australian Mining); Dr Nakamoto (Nihon Medi-Physics Co);
I.W. Tucker (Kentucky); K. Wells (Kogarah, NSW); Editor (Atom); Ambassador for
Sweden (Canberra); Ambassador for Israel (Canberra); J. Lloyd Marshall
(Claremont, WA); Mathew Fewell (Yale University); Derek Branford (University of
Edinburgh); Oscar R. Schmalzbach (Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences);
Harlan W. Lefevre (University of Oregon); Hilary Morton (University of
Saskatchewan); E.A. (Bill) Palmer (AINSE); Bernard T. Feld (Editor-in-Chief,
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists); Leslie Kemeny (University of NSW); Kevin
Newman (Minister for National Development); Salvation Army; I.K. Waterhouse
(Macquarie University); R.J. Lawton (Macquarie University); W.V. Macfarlane
(Waite Agricultural Research Institute); George A. MacKay (Australian Uranium
Producers Forum); Roderick Carnegie (Conzinc Riotinto of Australia); George O.
Hendry (Cyclotron Corporation); John L. Need (New England Nuclear); Barbara
Brennan (Bathurst, NSW); Desmond Kennard (S.H. Goldmining Township); Laurence
McIntyre (Uranium Advisory Council); Walter Marshall (UKAEA); Editor (Canberra
Times); David Caro (University of Tasmania); John R. Moroney (Australian
Radiation Laboratory); Jim F. Ward (James Cook University of North Queensland);
Bruce Mainsbridge (Murdoch University); Keith Lokan (Australian Radiation
Laboratory); William E. Simon (New York); J. Harold Kaye (Productivity Promotion
Council of Australia); Geoff C. Dale (Central Electricity Generating Board);
H.A.W. Southon (Australian Academy of Science); D.W. Cooper (Macquarie
University); Institution of Engineers, Australia; George M. Watson (Oatley,
NSW); John Hill (Atomic Energy Authority); Joan Freeman (Berkshire); Valston
Hancock (Dalkeith, WA); Ralph Harry (Australian Institute of International
Affairs); Arthur Wills (Ely); J.L. Davies (Macquarie University); Frank V.
Mercer (Macquarie University); Allan A. Fleischer (California); Frank Fenner
(Australian National University); Gina Hayward (Hancock Prospecting); Jack
Deeble (Australian Academy of Science); Malcolm Fraser (Prime Minister); Peter
A. Parsons (La Trobe University); Elizabeth McDonald (Thomas Nelson Australia);
J.W. Noé (State University of New York); Arthur Rajaratnam (University of
Singapore); Institute of Directors in Australia; R.E. Bognor (University of
Adelaide); Lowell Bollinger (Argonne National Laboratories); J.D. Alford
(Subiaco, WA); D.A. Cormack (Productivity Promotion Council of Australia); J.N.
Falkingham (St. Paul's, Manuka, ACT); Dr Button (AAEC); J. Rotblat (London);
Sarah Darby (National Radiological Protection Board); John E. Watson (Bathurst,
NSW); E. Bromilow (Albany, WA); T.K. White (Orange, NSW); Robyn Williams
(Australian Broadcasting Commission); Ken Le Couteur (Australian National
University); R.E. Aitchison (Macquarie University); B.H. Horton (University of
Adelaide); New England Nuclear Corporation; Charles D. Moak (Oak Ridge National
Laaboratory); P. Grant Koontz (Los Alamos); L.E.J. Roberts (AERE Harwell); Geoff
N. Richards (James Cook University of North Queensland); H. Allen Foster, Jr
(Arizona); Stanley Bashkin (University of Arizona); Bob Phelps (Campaign Against
Nuclear Power); D.W. Hindley (West Pennant Hills, NSW); Peter Shack (MP); G.H.
Vardy (Department of Defence, Perth); Philip Baxter (Enfield, NSW); Ken H.
Purser (General Ionex Corporation); D.J. Allen-Williams (University of Western
Australia); Robert Street (University of Western Australia); E. Morton
(Brookfield, Qld); Mark J. Posa (National Civic Council, Adelaide); Kenneth J.
Duff (University of Wollongong); Ronald Green (University of New England); Ken
W. Allen (University of Oxford); R. G. Ferguson AERE Harwell); American Chamber
of Commerce, Perth; Clive E. Staniforth (Caltex Oil (Australia)); Minister for
Post & Telecommunications; Don S. Gemmell (Argonne National Laboratories);
Features Editor (Sydney Morning Herald); E.I. Robertson (Department of
Scientific and Industrial Research, NZ); Liu Ts'un-yan (Australian National
University); T. Tombrello (California Institute of Technology); E.B. Stein (Los
Alamos Scientific Laboratory); R.F. Taschek (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory);
K.W. Wilson (NSW Insurance Institute); J.B. Ball (Oak Ridge National
Laboratory); John O. Newton (Australian NationalUniversity); A.J.T. Ford
(Macquarie University); Ray Herb (National Electrostatics Corporation); R. Smith
(Australia House, London); John Hawke (Macquarie University); A.A. Robertson
(Australian National University); Raemer E. Schreiber (Los Alamos); Alvin
Weinberg (Oak Ridge National Laboratory); Brian Flowers (Imperial College of
Science and Technology); S. Chakravarti (Argonne National Laboratory); Graeme
Putt (University of Auckland); J.D. Anthony (Deputy Prime Minister); Hilton
Glavish (ANAC); Darol Froman (New Mexico); A.F. Deer (Sydney); W.C. Wentworth
(SydneY); Jack M. Rayner (Forrest, ACT); Ralph J. Hunt (Minister for Health);
Alan W. Harris (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research); Bernie J.
O'Brien (Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, NZ); Jennifer M.
Graves (Cell Biology Society of Victoria); Harold Agnew (Los Alamos Scientific
Laboratory); John Grover (Sydney); Joan Watson (AINSE); John Sandover (Somerton
Park, SA); R.H. Davis (Florida State University); P.P. Singh (Indiana
University); Gordon Sarsaty (New South Wales State Cancer Council); Louis Rosen
(Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory).

3/7
"Running file 7/1/1980 - 26/6/1980" - correspondence. Copies of outwards
correspondence on miscellaneous issues between 7 January 1980 and 26 June 1980.

Correspondents include M.C. Prest (Prests' Ltd); Walter Crocker (Adelaide); J.A.
Sandover (Tertiary Education Authority of South Australia); W.A. Higinbotham
(Brookhaven National Laboratory); George O. Hendry (Cyclotron Corporation); Fred
A. Lewis (High Voltage Engineering Corporation); Lowell Bollinger (Argonne
National Laboratories); Archie Ferguson (AERE Harwell); R.D. Lawson (Argonne
National Laboratories); Godfrey Stafford (Rutherford Laboratory); Elizabeth
McDonald (Thomas Nelson); J.R. Castleman (Safety Institute of Australia); J.W.
Noe (State University of New York); J.B.A. England (University of Birmingham);
Don S. Gemmell (Argonne National Laboratories); R. Chapman (University of
Manchester); T. Tombrello (California Institute of Technology); Robin Tait
(Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); Geoff C. Dale (Central Electricity
Generating Board); Ken W. Allen (University of Oxford); R.W. Smith (Australia
House, London); Joan Freeman (Berkshire); David R. Kneeland (Massachusetts); Ken
H. Purser (General Ionex Corporation); H.C.L. Hazlehurst (Australian National
University); George Watson (Oatley, NSW); D.C. Hampson (Uranium Information
Centre); Marcia Jerath (AIIA); L.E.J. Roberts (AERE Harwell); J. Manley (Los
Alamos); W.W. Rudley (Medi-Physics); Bruce A. Goldberg (Nihon Medi-Physics);
Editor (Interdisciplinary Science Reviews); W.I. Summons (Institute of
Directors in Australia); Lend Lease Corporation; David Ellyard (Beecroft, NSW);
Geoffrey Badger (North Adelaide); R.W.V. Elliott (Australian National
University); John R. Patterson (University of Adelaide); D.G. Dick (California
Institute of Technology); W.V. Macfarlane (Waite Agricultural Research
Institute); Lloyd Marshall (Armadale, WA); L.E. Carlson (Cyclotron Corporation);
H. Yamamoto (Nihon Medi-Physics); F. Cook (Australian Institution of Engineers);
P. Foster (Macquarie University); Y. Yoshioka (Sumitomo Australia); E.A.
(Bill) Palmer (AINSE); R.P. Warner (University of Sydney); Valston Hancock
(Dalkeith, WA); A.J. Bastin (State University of New York); J.E. Mercereau
(California Institute of Technology); E.F. Newley (UKAEA); Marty Watson
(California Institute of Technology); George Morrison (University of
Birmingham); R.G.P. Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); I.F. Wright
(University of Manchester); W.R. Yeo (Mobil Oil Australia); R.E. Brett (Garran,
ACT); R.L Dawson (Chadstone, Vic); S.S. Clark (Macquarie University); P. Grant
Koontz (Los Alamos); H.M. Agrawal (AMU, India); Haileybury College, Vic;
Robert Crichton-Brown (Institute of Directors in Australia); Frank H. Talbot
(Macquarie University); D.A. Mooney (Otis Elevator Company); Mark J. Posa
(National Civic Council); Brian Flowers (Imperial College of Science and
Technology); Ed Grothus (Los Alamos); Editor (Australian Penthouse); Arthur
Rajaratnam (University of Singapore); Pete M. Petersen (Los Alamos); John Grover
(Sydney); John Hill (Atomic Energy Authority); Amand Faessler (Universitat
Tubingen); N.T. Drane (Macquarie University); Barry Luther-Davies (Australian
National University); C.J. Gardiner (Rotary Club of Melbourne); Editor
(Australian Mining); Ed Muirhead (University of Melbourne); S.J. Campbell
(Australian National University); J.M. Pick (Surrey); R. Harry (AIIA); Editor
(Canberra Times); M. Ayoob (Australian National University); John D. Fox
(Florida State University); Editor (Atom); Ernest Siddall (Atomic Energy of
Canada); Brian M. Spicer (University of Melbourne); W.C. (Bill) Wentworth
(Newport, NSW); Editor (Sydney Morning Herald); Carl Sofield (AERE Harwell);
Frank Dickson (Cronulla, NSW); Mollie Carver (Campbell, ACT); Stefaan J. du Toit
(South Africa); Ambassador of Israel (Canberra); Editor (Radiation Protection in
Australia); Frank J. Fenner (Australian National University); Jacob Tadmor
(Soreq Nuclear Research Centre, Israel); F.P. Robotham (University of
Melbourne); Peter A. Parsons (La Trobe University); D.M.T. Gibson (Macquarie
University); Edmund Lindenberger (Bellevue Hill, NSW); Jack Spalding
(Los Alamos); Ghias U. Din (Riyadh University, Saudi Arabia); I.W. Tucker
(NCEB); Peter Park (Red Hill, ACT); Bruce M. Brown (Greenethorpe, NSW).

3/8
"Running file 2/7/1980 - 19/12/1980" - correspondence. Copies of outwards
correspondence between 2 February 1980 and 19 December 1980.

Correspondents include G. John Dick (California Institute of Technology); Don S.
Gemmel (Argonne National Laboratory); Lowell M. Bollinger (Argonne National
Laboratory); J.L. Gallant (Atomic Energy of Canada); John O. Newton (University
of California Berkeley); Joseph M. Brennan (State University of New York); John
Noe (State University of New York); Peter Paul (State University of New York);
Ed B. Stein (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory); David A. Freiwald (Los Alamos
Scientific Laboratory); David J. Allen-Williams (University of Western
Australia); Ed G. Muirhead (University of Melbourne); David Ellyard (Beecroft,
NSW); Bruce H.G. McKellar (University of Melbourne); A.M.H. Aikman (Haileybury
College); Joan Freeman (Oxford); Alan J.F. Boyle (University of Western
Australia); H.H. (John) Thies (University of Western Australia); Bruce King
(University of New South Wales); G.C.L. Hazlehurst (Australian National
University); Bruce Harris (Macquarie University); J.E. Mercereau (California
Institute of Technology); E. Balasubramaniam (Papua New Guinea University of
Technology); Stanley Bashkin (University of Arizona); Ken S.W. Campbell
(Australian National University); A.E. Ringwood (Australian National
University); W.A. Runciman (Australian National University); S. Kaneff
(Australian National University); S.M. Hamberger (Australian National
University); D.P. Craig (Australian National University); David R. Kneeland
(Nucletronix); Elizabeth McDonald (Thomas Nelson Australia); W.C. (Bill)
Wentworth (Newport, NSW); R.J. Lawton (Macquarie University); Darol K. Froman
(New Mexico); D. Allan Bromley (Yale University); Editor (Interdisciplinary
Science Reviews); Raemer E. Schreiber (Los Alamos); John Manley (Los Alamos);
John Manning (Macquarie University); Gregory A. Norton (Electrostatics
International); John V. Jelley (Oxford); Peter A. Parsons (La Trobe University);
P.H. Leblang (Ermington, NSW); T.R. Ophel (Asutralian National University); P.
Grant Koontz (Los Alamos); Donald Kerr (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory);
R.G.P. Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); Walter M. Zuk (Radiation
Protection Bureau); Eliel Skurnik (Weizmann Institute of Science); Harvey
Wegner (Brookhaven National Laboratories); John R. Prescott (University of
Adelaide); Ian F. Wright (University of Manchester); Arthur Rajaratnam (National
University of Singapore); P.H. Partridge (Aranda, ACT); Valston Hancock
(Dalkeith, WA); E.A. Palmer (AINSE); Geoffery Linthorne (Elektron); Ian E.
McCarthy (Flinders University of South Australia); John McNaughton (Palmer Bruyn
& Walpole); Mr Nicholl (Australian Broadcasting Corporation); Val Fitch (New
Jersey); M.-R. Pallavicini (Munich Reinsurance Company of Australia); E. Siddall
(Atomic Energy of Canada); R. Smith (Australian National University); Mick
Brennen (State University of New York); Deborah Messer (Hawthorne, Qld); D.
Anderson (E. Lindenberger & Co); W. Hirst (University of Reading); Frederick
White (Red Hill, ACT); Dr Fifield (University of Oxford); J.B.A. England
(University of Birmingham); G. Morrison (University of Birmingham); John F.
O'Brien (Warrnambool Institute of Advanced Education); I.M. Baillieu (Boronia,
Vic); K.H.G. Gordon (Newcastle Business Men's Club); Eric O. Hall (University of
Newcastle); J.S. Lindsay (Mayor of Warrnambool); Allan Sharrock (Wendouree,
Vic); F. Cook (Institution of Engineers); Harry Bardwell (Composite Films); C.
Murray Bartle (DSIR, New Zealand); B.W. Chappell (Australian National
University); Catherine Santamaria (National Library of Australia); J.R.
Castleman (Institution of Engineers); F.J. Allen (Australian National
University); G.O. Hendry (Cyclotron Corporation); John Thompson (National
Library of Australia); S.J. Campbell (Australian National University); Evani
Kondaiah (New Delhi); W. Ambrose (Australian National University); Jim B. Ball
(Oak Ridge National Laboratory); L.E. Carlson (Cyclotron Corporation); K.W.
Allen (University of Oxford); K.H. Purser (General Ionex Corporation); Mrs
Bradfield (Griffith, ACT); T.E. Dyer (Canterbury, Vic).

BOX 22

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Miscellaneous correspondence. Copies of outwards correspondence. 1981

Correspondents include John A. Sandover (Somerton Park, SA); Anthony R.
Michaelis (Editor, "Interdisciplinary Reviews"); Frederick White (Red Hill,
ACT); W.C. Wentworth (Newport, NSW); G. John Dick (California Institute of
Technology); John Manley (Los Alamos); Joan Freeman (Oxford); Ed G. Muirhead
(University of Melbourne); E.A. (Bill) Palmer (AINSE); Pat Keam (Pennant Hills,
NSW); John Carver (Australian National University); Ian G. Ross (Australian
National University); D.A.Low (Australian National University); K.W. Allen
(University of Oxford); R.G.P. Voss (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory);
Robin Tait (Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory); Brian Fulton (Daresbury
Nuclear Physics Laboratory); George Morrison (University of Birmingham); J.
Brian A. England (University of Birmingham); Mark Oliphant (Hughes, ACT); H.H.
(John) Thies (University of Western Australia); P.W. Barnett (Macquarie
University); Murray Hollis (Australian National University); C.J. Birkett-Clews
(Kent); J.W. Morphett (Griffith, ACT); John Coles (Australian National
University); John Grover (Chatswood, NSW); Elizabeth Rankin (Perth); G.W.K. Ford
(Australian Atomic Energy Commission); Lewis N. Mander (Australian National
University); A.E. (Ted) Ringwood (Australian National University); S. Kaneff
(Australian National University); S.M. Hamberger (Australian National
University); W.A. Runciman (Australian National University); Kenneth J. Le
Couteur (Australian National University); John O. Newton (Australian National
University); G.E. Dicker (Australian National University); A. Voorthuis
(Elmeasco Instruments); Diana Birkett-Clews (Oxford); A. Rajaratnam (National
University of Singapore); R.J. Lawton (Macquarie University); John Proud (Peko-
Wallsend); R.H. Spear (Australian National University); Lowell Bollinger
(Argonne National Laboratories); Ilan Ben-Zvi (State University of New York at
Stony Brook); The Editor ("ANU Reporter"); Peter Carroll (Macquarie University);
Valston Hancock (Dalkeith, WA); G.C.L. Hazlehurst (Australian National
University); The Editor ("The Canberra Times"); John Knott (Kew, Vic); Frank P.
Dickson (Cronulla, NSW); Graeme Morriss (Australian National University); Howard
Beale (Darling Point, NSW); George O. Hendry (Cyclotron Corporation); Lowell E.
Carlson (Cyclotron Corporation); Wal C. Fife (Minister for Education); H.A.W.
Southon (Australian Academy of Science); Ian McLennan (South Yarra, Vic);
Elizabeth McDonald (Thomas Nelson Australia); Carl Gustavsen (Civil & Civic);
Heinrich Hora (University of NSW); Frank Morgan (Atomic Weapons Research
Establishment); J.W.L. de Villiers (Atomic Energy Board, Republic of South
Africa); Mr Kuroda (Embassy of Japan); R.J. O'Neill (Australian National
University); Peter Reich (British Defence Research & Supply Staff); John W. Noé
(State University of New York at Stony Brook); M.E. Longmore (Australian
National University); P.G. (Grant) Koontz (Los Alamos); R. Smith (Australian
National University); David E. Caro (University of Tasmania); I.G. Graham
(Ainslie, ACT); John Hawke (Macquarie University); J. Wilmore (University
of Birmingham); Ralph L. Harry (AIIA); S. Nakamoto (Nihon Medi-Physics); A.J.
Mortlock (Australian National University); A.J.T. Ford (Macquarie University);
M.D.J. Burgess (Australian National University); Robert J. Walsh (University of
NSW); D. Breiner (AIRAC); Catherine Santamaria (National Library of Australia);
Kathy Williamson (Orange, NSW); Peter Parsons (La Trobe University); K. Parker
(Ministry of Defence); Jack Davis (Victoria Park, WA); Ian McDougall (Australian
National University); F. Lehany (Macquarie University); J.L. Carrick (Minister
for National Development and Energy); David Evans (Weston, ACT); John Bradford
(Figtree, NSW); A.L. Smith (University of Adelaide); Don S. Gemmell (Argonne
National Laboratories); Geoff C. Dale (Central Electricity Generating Board); D.
Allan Bromley (Yale); Bill Penney (Oxfordshire); W.A. Fowler (Kellogg Radiation
Laboratory); Walter Crocker (Adelaide); Kenneth G. McNeil (University of
Toronto); Lilly Sanathanan (Argonne National Laboratory); Archie Ferguson (AERE
Harwell); Walter F. Davidson (National Research Council, Canada); Leonard G.H.
Huxley (Hughes, ACT); Charles A. Adams (Garran, ACT); John K. Williams
(Melbourne); Stanley Bashkin (University of Arizona); Godfrey Stafford
(Rutherford Laboratory); Brian F. Gray (Macquarie University); Gina Hayward
(Nedlands, WA); J.C. Hardy (Canadian Atomic Energy); Ian F. Wright (University
of Manchester); Susan Ryan (Member of Parliament); Charles A. Barnes
(California Institute of Technology); Charles D. Moak (Oak Ridge National
Laboratory); Karl R. Braithwaite (Los Alamos National Laboratory); Bill Hallett
(Argonne National Laboratory); Bob Lawson (Argonne National Laboratory);
Bob Smith (Australia House); Peter Paul (State University of New York at Stony
Brook); Anne-Marie Demetz ("American Scientist"); John Hill (London); Alan J.F.
Boyle (University of Western Australia); Harry Bardwell (Composite Films); Tom
Tombrello (Kellogg Radiation Laboratory); David J. Allen-Williams (University of
Western Australia); Robert W. Crompton (Australian National University); Gil
Bartholemew (Canadian Atomic Energy); Wally M. Zuk (Ottawa); William S. Rodney
(National Science Foundation); R.B. McKern (Macquarie University); Donald M.
Kerr (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory); Don S. Mathewson (Mount Stromlo
Observatory); Walter Marshall (Atomic Energy Authority); A.E. (Ted) Litherland
(University of Toronto); R.J. Watts (Los Alamos); Harry Dreicer (Los Alamos
National Laboratory); Fred A. Lewis (New Hampshire); Stafaan J. du Toit
(Republic of South Africa); Ken Thomas (California); Robert Kaim (Weizmann
Institute of Science).

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"Running file CONFIDENTIAL From 3rd February 1977 to" - correspondence.
Copies of confidential outwards correspondence between 3 February 1977 and 18
December 1981.

Correspondents include Heinrich Hora (West Germany); J.B.A. (Brian) England
(University of Birmingham); George Morrison (University of Birmingham); John O.
Newton (Australian National University); John H. Carver (Australian National
University); Lloyd Evans (President, Australian Academy of Science); John Hardy
(Atomic Energy of Canada); John W. Noe (State University of New York); J.M.
Fraser (Prime Minister); D.J. Killen (Minister for Defence); J.D. Anthony
(Deputy Prime Minister); Donald Tebbit (British High Commissioner, Canberra);
D.A. Low (Australian National University); Alan J.E. Boyle (University of
Western Australia); Joan Freeman (AERE Harwell); Andre Gallmann (Centre de
Recherches Nucleaires); I. Naquib (Kuwait University); Fred A. Lewis (High
Voltage Engineering Corporation); George O. Hendry (Cyclotron Corporation); Ray
G. Herb (National Electrostatics Corporation).

SERIES 4. PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS - E.W. TITTERTON

4/1
Two drafts of book reviews. Two handwritten drafts of book reviews. 1970?-1980?

4/2
Two articles about nuclear-free zones. EWT's two publications in newspapers
about nuclear-free zones. 1983

4/3
`Uranium: energy source of the future?' - correspondence. Inwards and outwards
correspondence and publications related to the publication of the book ~Uranium:
energy source of the future?~. 1978-1981

4/4
Correspondence and material associated with the publication of ~Uranium:
energy source of the future?~. Inwards and outwards correspondence and material
associated with the publication of ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~.
Includes typescripts. 1978?-1979?

4/5
Material related to the publication of ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~.
This file includes correspondence, advertisements, comments, reviews and public
lending right related to the publication of ~Uranium: energy source of the
future?". 1979-1979

BOX 23

4/6
`Uranium: Energy source of the future? - Original of manuscript' - work-in-
progress material. All kinds of work-in-progress material marked with `Uranium:
Energy source of the future - Original of manuscript'. 1978?-1979? (3 folders)

4/7
Draft chapter VI of ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~. A typescript of
chapter VI of ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ with handwritten comments
presumably by EWT. 1976

BOX 24

4/8
Notes for ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~. EWT's handwritten notes for
~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ 1978?-1979?

4/9
`Nuclear energy and world energy requirements' - typescripts. Typescript of the
drafted first chapter of EWT's ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ 1975?-
1978?

4/10
`Chapter II' - drafts and publication. Typescripts entitled `Chapter II' and
`Chapter III', a combination of which was published as ~World energy
requirements and resources~. Also looks like work-in-progress preparation for
~Uranium: energy source of the future?~. 1977?

4/11
`Chapter III' - drafts. Draft manuscript and typescript with the title of
`Chapter III World energy resources' with EWT's handwritten notes and other
material. A modified version was later published as Chapter 2 in ~Uranium:
energy source of the future?~. 1976?-1977?

4/12
`Book figs and negs' - figures and negatives. Figures and negatives for
~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ 1979

4/13
`Book, proof 1' - proofs. Proofs of `The case for - E.W. Titterton, Professor of
Nuclear Physics, Australian National University' - the first part of ~Uranium:
energy source of the future?~. 1975

4/14
`Book Proof 2' - proofs. Proof of parts of EWT's writing published in ~Uranium:
energy source of the future?~. Includes material related to "Nuclear
proliferation and terrorism" in that book. 1966?-1978?

4/15
Proof of the book on uranium. Proofs of `Acknowledgement', `Contents', and some
tables of ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~. 1979?-1979?

4/16
`Book, proof, corrections' - typescripts. Proof corrections of ~Uranium: energy
source of the future?~ with handwritten notes. 1976?

4/17
~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ - proofs. Author's proofs of EWT's
~Uranium: energy source of the future?~. 1979

4/18
Flyer for ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ - reprint. Reprint of flyer
for EWT's book. 1979

4/19
~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ - reviews (1). Copies of ~Australian
Outlook~ (Vol.33, No.3; Vol.34, No.1; Vol.34, No.2) with reviews on ~Uranium:
energy source of the future?~. 1979-1980

4/20
~Uranium: energy source of the future?~ - review (2). Reprint of a review on
EWT's book. Published in ~Atom~, no.280, February 1980.

4/21
`Praise for review of uranium book' - reprint. Reprint of R.G. Hunt's article
`Praise for review of uranium book', referring to EWT's pro-nuclear argument.
1980

4/22
Letter to ~The Canberra Times~ and related material. EWT's letter to ~The
Canberra Times~ dated 6 February 1980 related to M. Miller's published review on
his book ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~.

4/23
Material for subject index and fragments of text. Miscellaneous pages from a
typed draft of ~Uranium: Energy source of the future?~ 1975?-1980?

Includes part of chapter three, `World energy resources', and other small
sections titled `Solving the energy crisis', `The fusion power source', and `The
energy mix over the next 50 years'. Some pages have handwritten corrections.

4/24
`Understanding radioactivity and radiation (4)' - typescript. A modified version
was later published as Chapter 3 in ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~
1978?-1979?

4/25
`Present state of nuclear power industry (V)' - typescript. Two typescript
copies, with EWT's handwritten notes and newspaper cutting. A modified version
of this was later published as Chapter 4 in ~Uranium: energy source of the
future?~. 1978

4/26
`Pollution, environmental and human comparisons (VI)' - typescript. A modified
version was later published as Chapter 5 in ~Uranium: energy source of the
future?~. Also includes two articles by A.M. Weinberg and H. Hohenemser
respectively. 1978?

4/27
`Safety of nuclear power industry (VII)' - drafts. Draft manuscript, typescript
and reprint with EWT's notes. A modified version was later published as Chapter
6 in ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~. Also includes articles by others.
1977?-1978?

4/28
Appendix I & II - typescripts. Appendix I and II with EWT's handwritten notes
for his unpublished book ~Uranium, energy and the future". 1960?-1980?

BOX 25

4/29
`Chapter I' - reprints. Reprints of `Chapter I - Nuclear energy and the anti-
uranium movement' of EWT's unpublished book ~Uranium, energy and the future~.
1976?-1977?

4/30
`Book, complete sets' - reprints. Reprints of EWT's unpublished book ~Uranium,
energy and the future ~ (Chapters XII and XIII) are missing). Also includes
other material related to his publications. 1975?-1978

4/31
`Book, personal copy to finals' - drafts. Handwritten and typed drafts of
`Chapter XI Conclusion', presumably for EWT's unpublished book ~Uranium, energy
and the future~. Also includes an article "Possibility is very slim that Japan
will go nuclear". 1978?

4/32
`Whole body radiation doses in Australia'. Graphs and illustrations entitled
`Whole body radiation doses in Australia'. 1972

4/33
Education for an atomic age - lecture. Reprint of EWT's public lecture delivered
on 17 May 1955.

4/34
`Education for an atomic age' - typescripts. EWT's typescript of `Education for
an atomic age' with handwritten changes. Includes a copy of his corrected
version. 1956

4/35
`Education for an atomic age' - reprint. Reprint of chapter I - `Education for
an Atomic Age' - of EWT's ~Facing the Atomic Future~. 1956

4/36
`Facing the atomic future' - typescript. Master copy of `Facing the atomic
future'. Contains 29 chapters. 1955?-1956?

4/37
Chapter 29 of ~Facing the atomic future~ - photocopy. Photocopied chapter 29 of
EWT's ~Facing the atomic future~. 1956

4/38
`Copy 2 - All chapters labelled (2)' - typescripts of `Facing the Atomic
Future'. Typescript draft copy of `Facing the Atomic Future' with EWT's
handwritten comments. 1955?

4/39
`Cheshires' - correspondence and documents. Correspondence and documents
related to the publication of EWT's ~Facing the Atomic Future~ by F.W. Cheshire
Pty. Ltd. 1955-1959

4/40
`Productivity improvement and energy use' - reprint. Reprint of paper delivered
to a meeting in Sydney 30 - 31 October 1979. Fragment only. 1979

4/41
`Alternative technology (VIII)' - typescript and publication. Typescript
(fragment only) and publication with EWT's handwritten changes and comments.
Also includes ~Current Affairs Bulletin: Energy - exploring the alternatives~.
1976-1977

4/42
`Fabinyi' (?) - typescripts. Typescripts of chapters 22, 23 and 30 of an unknown
book presumably by EWT. 1950s?

4/43
Slow neutron measurements on T-1 and T-2. Handwritten draft and one of the
three typed copies of a TOP SECRET report by EWT under the same title. 1960?-
1965?

4/44
`Nuclear reactions' - drafts. Typescript of `Nuclear reactions' with handwritten
notes. Includes other material. 1982?

BOX 26

4/45
EWT's visit to Trombay (India) - report. Report by EWT related to his visit to
Trombay for the opening of India's first nuclear reactor. 1957

4/46
`Publications 26.6.70 - June 1977'. EWT's publications between 20 June 1970 and
June 1977. Includes correspondence.

4/47
`Some facts relating to French weapons tests as these affect Australia' -
reprint. Reprint of handwritten draft. 1973

4/48
`Nuclear energy' - abstract. Reprint of handwritten draft. 1986

4/49
Statement on British nuclear trials in Australia. Original handwritten draft and
reprints of EWT's statement on British nuclear trials in Australia. Includes a
newsletter. 1985

4/50
`The problem of thermonuclear power - II' - typescript. Typescript.
1960?-1965?

4/51
`Thermonuclear power III'- typescript. Typescript of article. 1965?-1970?

4/52
`The problem of nuclear weapon tests' - typescript. Typescript of article.
1960?-1970?

4/53
`Notes on A-weapons and H-weapons' - typescript. Typescript of EWT's article
(?). 1960?-1965?

4/54
Direct reactions - notes. Handwritten notes. 1970?-1980?

4/55
`Quarks' - working papers. Working papers and other material for article.
1969

4/56
`EWT's papers and results' - working papers. EWT's working papers on an
unknown scientific topic. Mostly handwritten. Includes two exam papers
presumably for his students. 1965?

4/57
`Space and its curvature' - typescript. Typescript of an undated ABC radio talk.
1970?-1980?

4/58
`Atomic energy and Australia' - typescripts. Two typescript copies of an
article. 1956

4/59
`On the failure of the parity conservation law' - typescript. Typescript
article. 1960?-1965?

4/60
Portions 24 to 26 - typescript. Typescripts of three portions of a piece of
unidentifiable writing by an unknown author. Marked pages 52-58. Looks like
teaching material for a class. 1975?-1985?

4/61
`Pollution, the environment and public health' - reprints. Reprints of two
different versions of this article. 1978

4/62
`Is a Nuclear-free Pacific Possible?' - papers and reprints. Reprint of EWT's
article `Radiation in man's environment' and his published article `Radiation
and fallout'. Also includes a speech introducing EWT to a conference and other
material. 1973-1974?

4/63
`Nuclear energy - an overview' - manuscript. EWT's handwritten draft of `Nuclear
energy - an overview' and reprint of his `The golden energy problem'. 1982?-
1985?

4/64
`Perspective on the nuclear energy question' - typescript. Typescript article.
1975?-1980?

4/65
`Bulletin and Int Rev articles' - typescripts. Typescripts of 9 articles on
nuclear power. 1965-1966

4/66
Fragment of document. Fragment of an unknown document, marked with `Figure
12' and `Figure 13'. 1980?-1985?

4/67
`Herald' - publication. Typescripts prepared for ~Sydney Morning Herald~ and
publications in it. Also includes correspondence with its editors. 1957-1963

4/68
`FBR (SA) paper' - various. Typescript of article `The power breeder and the
energy future' and other material presumably for writing this article. 1982?

4/69
Public Lending Right advice. Public Lending Right advice from the Public Lending
Right Scheme to EWT for 1983/84 program. 1984

4/70
Comments and rejoinder - typescripts. H. Jordan's comments on EWT's paper
about `The cause of war' and EWT's rejoinder to them. 1985

4/71
Rejoinder to Professor Howard's comments - typescripts. EWT's rejoinder to
Professor Howard's comments on his paper about `The cause of war'. 1980?-1985?

4/72
Comments and rejoinder concerning EWT's paper on nuclear-free zoning and
importance of nuclear energy. Typescript of R.P. Hay's commments on EWT's
paper and EWT's handwritten draft of rejoinder to them. 1984

BOX 27

4/73
~Mineral economics in Australia~ - book. A book ~Mineral Economics in
Australia~ edited by P.J. Lloyd (Sydney, 1984). Includes a chapter by EWT. 1984

4/74
`Sir Ernest Titterton replies'- typescript. Copy of the typescript of EWT's
replies to unknown paper (or author). 1980?-1985?

4/75
Report on study leave - typescript. EWT's report on his study leave between 8
May and 18 July 1975. 1975

4/76
ABC news commentary - transcript?. Transcript (?) of EWT's ABC news
commentary on 3 September 1976.

4/77
`The power breeder and the energy future' - typescript. Typescript of article.
1981?-1982?

4/78
`Comment by Professor Sir Ernest Titterton on uranium and nuclear energy'.
Copy of paper. 1980?-1985?

4/79
`Search for the negative proton in fission' - typescript. Typescript of article.
Includes a letter by F.J. Dyson with his comments on this article. 1950

4/80
`Education and learning' - typescripts. Typescripts of speech delivered at
Macquarie Degree Congregation on 6 September 1980.

4/81
`Education, standard of living and energy' - address. Typescript of address
given at the Haileybury College Senior School Speech Night, 9 December 1980(?).

4/82
~Newsbulletin~, Los Alamos National Laboratory - newsletter. ~Newsbulletin~,
Vol.1, No.2, 1 May 1981, published by Los Alamos National Laboratory. Contains
EWT's article `Lab work to save mankind'.

4/83
Letter to ~The Age~ - original of typescript. Original of EWT's letter to ~The
Age~ dated 17 September 1976.

4/84
Letters to ~The Age~ - photocopied typescript and newspaper clipping. EWT's
letter to the editor of ~The Age~ dated 17 September 1976. Includes another
letter of his published in the same newspaper on 4 October the same year.

4/85
Letter to ~The Guardian~. Reprint of EWT's letter to the editor of ~The
Guardian~ dated 13 October 1977, concerning the uranium debate in Australia.

4/86
Letter to ~The Australian~. Copy of EWT's letter to ~The Australian~ dated 3
November 1977 about Father M. Fallon's comments on the nuclear debate in
Australia.

4/87
Letters to ~The Canberra Times~. Copies of EWT's three letters to ~The Canberra
Times~ related to nuclear energy, dated 16 November 1977, 9 March 1979 and 16
August 1979 respectively.

4/88
`Physics with heavy-ion accelerators' - typescript. Typescript of EWT's invited
talk given at the Los Alamos National Laboratory 40th Anniversary Conference,
April 13-15, 1983.

4/89
`Fast neutron measurements at Emu on T-1 and T-2' - report. Handwritten drafts
and typescripts of EWT's report with the same title. Marked `TOP SECRET". 1953?

4/90
`Developments in nuclear weapons and possible effects on strategy' - typescript.
Typescript of the article with the same title. Includes handwritten notes.
Marked 'confidential'. 1970?-1980?

4/91
`Los Alamos Paper Draft' - typescript. Typescripts and attached material of talk
entitled `Physics with heavy-ion accelerators', given at the Los Alamos National
Laboratory 40th Anniversary Conference. 1983

4/92
`Assessing the future through understanding the logistic curve' - typescript.
Typescript of article. Includes various kinds of relevant material. 1965-1981

4/93
`Assessing the future through understanding the logistic curve' - typescript.
Typescript of EWT's article with the same title. Includes other relevant
material. 1977-1979

4/94
`World energy demands and resources' - abstract. Copy of abstract of article.
Includes three transparencies. See file 4/95 for the article. 1975?-1985?

4/95
`Brisbane paper' - typescripts. Typescripts and copies of EWT's three articles
entitled `Energy and man', `Is peace possible' and `World energy demands and
resources' respectively. Includes various kinds of material related to them.
1984

BOX 28

4/96
`Is peace possible?' - master copy. Master copy of EWT's article (talk?) with
the same title. 1975?-1985?

4/97
`Is peace possible?'- typescripts. Two copies of typescripts of EWT's article
`Is peace possible?'. Includes his letter to Registrar of Macquarie University
and handwritten notes at the back of it. 1984

4/98
`Nuclear physics' - typescript. Teaching material for a lecture delivered to the
Physics Department, University of Western Australia in May 1953.

4/99
`Risk, safety, costs and commonsense' - typescript. Typescript of opening paper
for the Risk Engineering Symposium in Melbourne in 1980.

4/100
`The fallacies of nuclear-free zoning' - notes. Loose notes presumably made by
EWT. Three figures are attached. 1980

4/101
`A microsecond internal timer' - typescript. Typescript of article. Includes
other related material. 1949-1952

4/102
`Slow neutron ternary fission of uranium-235' - reprint. Reprint of article.
Includes relevant correspondence between him and Dr P. Fong. 1951-1952

4/103
`The forbidden nature of the reaction 6Li ( d)4 He for -rays of energies up
to 17.6 MeV' - reprint. Reprint of article. Includes correspondence about it.
1952-1953

4/104
`Cross sections for the reaction 7Li ( p)6 He at 17.6 and 14.8 MeV and the
first excited state of 6He' - reprint. Reprint of article. Includes a
handwritten list. 1954-1955

4/105
`Photographic plate evidence of the p-reaction in Be9' - reprint. Reprint
of article. Includes relevant correspondence. 1950

4/106
`Negative proton' - typescripts. Amended typescripts of the article entitled
`Search for the negative proton in fission' by J.M.C. Scott and EWT. Includes
correspondence related to it. 1950

4/107
Miscellaneous written material. Typescripts of EWT's miscellaneous written
material. 1953-1983

4/108
Two articles and other material. EWT's two articles: 1) `Radiotherapy with
neutrons - generating sources', 2) `Summary of general discussion on technical
aspects of fast neutron therapy facilities'. Includes other relevant material.
1971-1976

4/109
Handwritten footnotes. Photocopy of handwritten footnotes (29-64) to an unknown
article or book. 1978-1989?

4/110
`The management and disposal of radioactive wastes' - preprint. Preprint of
article. Attached with background material and handwritten notes. 1977-1978

4/111
`Nuclear weapon tests' - photocopy. Photocopy of letter-to-the-editor, published
in ~Search~. 1985

4/112
Material related to publications in newspaper articles - typescripts and proofs.
Typescripts and proofs of newspaper articles by EWT, and related correspondence.
Some typescripts are incomplete, and/or have multiple copies of some pages.
1952-1953

Includes: `Atomic energy and the future', multiple copies of page 1 and page 7;
`Where we are in atomic weapon development', multiple copies of two different
versions, some copies incomplete; table - `Known nuclear explosions', 1 page, 4
copies; proofs of newspaper articles on atomic energy; `The development of the
hydrogen bomb', first page of longer article, 4 copies; `The development of the
Hydrogen bomb', manuscript and typescript fragments; `The development of the
hydrogen bomb', two complete typescripts, one corrected typescript; `The
hydrogen bomb', multiple copies of pages of typescript, possibly incomplete; two
articles on atomic weapons tests, entitled `article one' and `article two',
written at the time of the Monte Bello tests; `Atomic energy and atomic
weapons', multiple copies of pages of incomplete typescript. Correspondence
includes: letters to and from K.R. Hacket (~Sunday Herald~, Sydney).

4/113
`Health physics' - handwritten notes. Handwritten notes. 1975?-1985?

4/114
"Tandem paper". Includes photos. 1961

4/115
`Scientific justification' - typescript. Typescript, author unknown, but
presumably by EWT. 1960?-1969?

SERIES 5. PUBLICATIONS - SCIENTIFIC

5/1
Range-energy relation. Small book of graphs. 1960?-1970?

5/2
~Physics Today~ - reprint. Reprint of a single page, marked `October 1981'.
Number of issue and title of the article unknown.

5/3
`Upgrading the Heidelberg MP-Tandem Postaccelerator Combination' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title by M. Grieser et al., marked `Contribution to
the 1983 Particle ACC. Conf., Santa Fe'.

5/4
`Deceleration of highly stripped ions by the Heidelberg R F postaccelerator' -
reprint. Reprint of M. Grieser's article with this title. Marked `Contribution
to the 1983 Particle ACC. Conf., Santa Fe'.

5/5
`Deceleration of highly stripped ions by the Heidelberg postaccelerator' -
preprint. Preprint of H. Ingwersen's article with this title. 1983

5/6
`Drift tube accelerating structures for heavy ions' - typescript. Typescript of
G.J. Dick's article with this title. 1980?-1985?

5/7
`First operation of the Stony Brook 400 kV heavy-ion injector' - typescript.
Typescript of article with this title by J.W. Noe et al. 1983?

5/8
Muon catalysed fusion - photocopies. Copies of two pages, mainly illustrations.
Presumably attachments to a work-in-progress article with unknown title.
1980?-1985?

5/9
`The variable coupling' - photocopy. Photocopy of I. Ben-Zvi's article with this
title. 1981

5/10
`Design consideration and present status of beam bunching technology' -
photocopy. Photocopy of S.J.Skorka's article with this title. 1982

5/11
`Superconducting linacs used with Tandems' - photocopy. Photocopy of I. Ben -
Zvi's invited talk given to the 6th Tandem Conference. 1983

BOX 29

5/12
`The Superconducting Linac'- publication. Article with this title by R. Benaroya
et al. 1982

5/13
`Resonant mesonic-molecule formation in muon-catalysed D-T fusion' -
photocopy. Photocopy of M. Leon's article with this title, published in ~Physics
Review Letters~, Vol.52, No.8, February 1984.

5/14
Accompaniment to SDTN 8/84 - photocopy. Photocopy of a UK unclassified
document about the technical note SDTN 8/84 prepared by Dr Roach and Mr Vallis.
1984

5/15
`Hazardous substances, the environment and public health: a statistical
overview' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by W.G. Hunter,
published in ~Environmental Health Perspectives~, Vol.32, 1979.

5/16
Miscellaneous material. A large collection of reprints, photocopies and
typescripts related to various aspects of nuclear science. 1971-1981

5/17
`Long-range fragments from fission of U236*'. Reprint of article with this title
by F.H. Ruddy et al, published in ~Physical Review C~, Vol.5, No.2, February
1972.

5/18
`Gas from coal for synthesis of hydrocarbons' - photocopy. Photocopy of paper
with this title by J.C. Hoogendoorn et al. 1975

5/19
`Progress report on proposal 144 - heavy particle research' - reprint. Reprint
of report with this title by P.F. Smith et al. 1977

5/20
`Elementary electron-molecule interactions and negative ion resonances at
subexcitation energies...' - photocopy. Photocopy of L.G. Christophorou's paper
with this title. 1978?

5/21
D.A. Freiwald's four articles. D.A. Freiwald's four articles in various forms
related to energy sources and laser fusion. 1975

5/22
`Second order observations in the transport of bunched beams' - reprint. Reprint
of article with this title by W.G. Davies, published in ~Nuclear Instruments and
Methods~. 1980

5/23
`Energy in the future - the role of nuclear fission and fusion' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title by W.B. Lewis, published in ~Proc. R.S.E.~.
1971-1972

5/24
`Energy levels of light nuclei A=5-6' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by F. Ajzenberg-Selove, presumably a research paper for the U.S.
Department of Energy. 1978

5/25
`Spectrum of protons in fission of 252cf' - reprint. Reprint of article with
this title by A. Gavron and Y. Gazit, published in ~Physical Review C~.
1974

5/26
~Energy levels of light nuclei A = 13-15~ - book. Book with this title by F.
Ajzenberg-Selove. This is a special issue of the journal ~Nuclear Physics A~
published in book form. 1970

5/27
`Isobaric spin in nuclear physics' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
by D. Robson, published in ~Annual Review of Nuclear Science~. 1966

5/28
`Energy levels of light nuclei A = 4' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
ttitle byW.E. Meyerhof and T.A. Tombrello, published in ~Nuclear Physics~. 1968

5/29
`Cosmological element production' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
by R.V. Wagoner, published in ~Science~. 1967

5/30
`Stellar evolution: comparison of theory with observation' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by Icko Iben, Jr., published in ~Science~. 1967

5/31
`6.3 EPIC' - publication. This is a single page of publication marked with `6.3
EPIC' (pp 106-7), presmably torn off from a journal or book. Title and author of
the work are unknown. 1974?

5/32
`Retention of ion-implanted-xenon in olivine: dependence on implantation dose'
- preprint. Preprint of article with this title by C.L. Melcher et al.,
submitted to ~Geochimica et Cosmochimica ACTA~. 1983

5/33
`Materials research for advanced batteries' - reprint. Reprint of final summary
report with this title by B.C. Tofield et al. The research was partially
financed by the Commissioon of the European Committee.1978-1980

5/34
`An assessment of the radiological consequences of...' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by M.D. Hill et al. The research was sponsored by the
National Radiological Protection Board (UK). 1980

5/35
`A report on the Wilson Cloud Chamber and its application in physics' - reprint.
Reprint of report with this title by N.N. Das Gupta et al. This is a special
issue of ~Reviews of Modern Physics~. 1946

5/36
`Charge states distributions for ions moving in metals' - photocopy. Photocopy
of article with this title by F. Soles et al. 1986?

5/37
`Iodine-131 in Utah during July and August 1962' - reprint. Reprint of article
with this title published in ~Science~. Author's name remains unknown. 1963

BOX 30

5/38
`The problem of carbon dioxide' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this
title by F. Niehaus, published in ~IAEA Bulletin~. 1979

5/39
`A natural fission reactor' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by
G.A. Cowan, published in ~Scientific American~. 1976

5/40
`Spent fuel storage' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by J.P.
Cagnetta, published in ~Combustion~. 1978

5/41
`A proposal to build a 14 GeV electron-positron colliding beam facility - EPIC'
- report. Reprint of proposal with this title by the UK Science Research
Council. 1974

5/42
`Vacuum fittings, scattering chambers, beam lines and "other things"' -
photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by T.R. Ophel. 1975

5/43
`Limits on the rate of emission of negative-energy tachyons' - reprint. Reprint
of article with this title by J.S. Danburg et al., published in ~Physical Review
D~. 1972

5/44
`Calculated optimum FWHM energy resolutions obtainable with heavy charged
particles...' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by J.B.A.
England. 1965?-1975?

5/45
A grand proposal for Florida State University super conducting booster' -
report. Reprint of proposal submitted to the (US) National Science Foundation.
1979

5/46
`Project: D'un nouvel Accelerateur electrostatique: Le vivitor' - reprint.
Reprint of report about this project. In French, with a summary in English.
1981

5/47
`Heavy ion facilities and heavy ion research at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory' -
reprint. Reprint of report with this title edited by H.A. Grunder. 1973

5/48
`A. Heavy ion energy booster' - photocopy. Photocopy of work with this title,
presumably one part of an article with an unknown title. 1978?

5/49
`Florida State University Superconducting booster' - photocopy. Photocopy of
article with this title by K.R. Chapman, published in ~Nuclear Instruments and
Methods~. 1981

5/50
`Chapter 4 Superconducting linac' - reprint. Reprint of work with this title,
presumably one part of a book with unknown title. 1975?

5/51
`D. Beam bunching' - photocopy. Photocopy of printout with this title marked pp
88-122, presumably one part of work-in-progress research work. 1970?-1980?

5/52
`1. The superconducting linac' - photocopy. Photocopy of paper with this title
by L.M. Bollinger et al. 1976?

5/53
`Addendum to a proposal for ATLAS: a precision heavy-ion accelerator at
Argonne National Laboratory' - reprint December 1978. Two copies of reprint of
report with this title, marked with `EWT' and `corrected copy'. 1978

5/54
`Diagram of the gas flow in the A.G.R' - diagram. Photographic diagram of the
gas flow between heat exchanger and reactor, its copyright belonging to the
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. 1963

5/55
`New particle searches and discoveries: a supplement to...' - reprint. Reprint
of article with this title by Particle Data Group, published in ~Physics
Letters~. 1977

5/56
`Synthesis of the elements in stars' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by E.M. Burbidge et al., published in ~Review of Modern Physics~. 1957

5/57
`Controlled fusion research: an application of the physics of high temperature
plasmas' - reprint July 1956. Reprint of article with this title by R.F. Post,
published in ~Review of Modern Physics~. 1956

5/58
`An Emperor tandem accelerator research programme' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title, published in ~Nuovo Cimento~. 1966

5/59
`The Chalk River MP tandem facility: special features and operating experience
before and after upgrading' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by
H.R. Andrews et al., published in ~Nuclear Instruments and Methods~. 1974

5/60
`Superconducting accelerators: high energy is trailing low energy' - photocopy.
Photocopy of article with this title published in ~Science~. 1975

5/61
`Heavy Ion Laboratory at Burlington' - published proposal. Published proposal
with this title prepared on behalf of (US) High Voltage Engineering Corporation.
1968

BOX 31

5/62
`Radioactivity in thyroid glands following nuclear weapons tests' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title by L.V. Middlesworth, published in ~Science~.
1956

5/63
`Thyroid I131 content of Victorian lambs in relation to nuclear weapons' -
reprint. Reprint of article with this title by L.V. Middlesworth, published in
~The Medical Journal of Australia~. 1959

5/64
`The physics of elementary particles' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by E.H. Burhop, published in ~Contemporary Physics~. 1964

5/65
`Iodine-131 fallout in bovine fetus' - reprints. Reprint of article with this
title by L.V. Middlesworth, published in ~Science~. 1958

5/66
`Radioactivity in animal thyroids from various areas' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by L.V. Middlesworth, published in ~Nucleonics~. 1954

5/67
J.L. Duggan's dissertation abstract - reprint. Reprint of J.L. Duggan's
dissertation abstract, published in ~Dissertation Abstracts~. 1962

5/68
`Heavy ion injection for tandem accelerators' - typescript. Typescript of
article with this title, with relevant material attached. 1976?

5/69
`NEC Pelletron Model 20VD' - photos. 10 mounted photographs of A4 size, in
colour. 1970?-1980?

5/70
Material related to subnanosecond pulsing systems. Various kinds of material
related to subnanosecond pulsing systems. 1980-1981

5/71
`Ion-beam fusion: a new concept' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
by D. Giroux, published in ~Argonne News~. 1976

5/72
`Heavy ion accelerators and storage rings for pellet fusion reactors' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title by R.L. Martin et al. The work was performed
under the auspices of the US Energy Research and Development Administration.
1976

5/73
A draft article - reprint. Reprint of a draft article. 1966

5/74
`Immobilisation and disposal of highly active liquid waste' - typescript.
Typescript of a list with the same title by M.J.S. Smith, Chemical Technology
Division. 1984

5/75
`Astrophysical problems' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by T.A.
Tombrello. 1967

5/76
`Notes on a heavy ion accelerator proposal' - typescript. Typescript of notes
with this title by G. Goldring. A piece of paper with handwritten notes by EWT
is attached. 1971

5/77
`Beam dynamics for a cryogenic booster linac' - photocopy. Photocopy of article
with this title by I. Ben - Zvi. 1973?

5/78
`Status of the Stony Brook superconducting heavy-ion linac' - photocopy.
Photocopy of article with this title by J.R. Delayen et al. 1979?

5/79
`The use of cyclotrons as energy boosters for electrostatic accelerators' -
photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by J.B. Ball. 1977?

5/80
~Fielder Gillespie Davis Review~ - newsletter. Newsletter with this title, No.2,
September 1984.

5/81
`Electromagnetic Isotrope Enrichment Facilities Users Group' - reprint. Reprint
of article with this title by J.W. Terry. 1984

5/82
`Fast breeder fuel cycle' - typescript. Typescript of article with this title by
W.C. Wentworth. 1987

5/83
`Estimation of the gamma-ray natural background radiation dose to an urban
population in Western Australia' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this
title by D.B. Yeates. 1972?

5/84
`Radioactivity in the service of humanity' - photocopy. Photocopy of article
with this title by R.S. Yalow. Published in ~Interdisciplinary Science Reviews~.
1985

5/85
`Phase space compression of muon beams' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with
this title by D. Taqqu. 1986?

5/86
`Muon catalysed fusion revisited' - photocopy. Photocopy of review article with
this title by S.E. Jones, published in ~Nature~. 1986

5/87
`Catalysis of nuclear reactions between hydrogen isotopes by ...' - photocopy.
Photocopy of article with this title by J.D. Jackson, published in ~Physical
Review~. 1957

5/88
`Large solid angle detector for hard photons and neutral pions from nucleus -
nucleus collisions below 100 MeV/u' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this
title by C. Brendel et al., published in ~Nuclear Instruments and Methods in
Physics Research~. 1986

5/89
`Energy levels of light nuclei (VII). A=5-10' - reprint. Reprint of article with
this title by T. Lauritsen, published in ~Nuclear Physics~. 1966

5/90
`Energy levels of light nuclei A=18-20' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by F. Ajzenberg-Selove, published in ~Nuclear Physics~. 1972

5/91
`Energy levels of light nuclei A=14' - preprint. Preprint of article with this
title by F. Ajzenberg-Selove. 1975

5/92
`The inelastic scattering of 14 MeV neutrons by Lithium-7' - manuscript and
publication. Handwritten manuscript and internal report of document with this
title. 1954

BOX 32

5/93
~Reviews of Modern Physics~ - publication. Issue of this journal, Vol.52, No.2,
Part II, April 1980.

5/94
`Ternary fission of U235 induced by thermal neutrons' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by M.L. Muga, published in ~Physical Review Letters~.
1963

5/95
`N7. the B10 (n, t2 ) and B10 (n, dn2 ) reactions for 6- to 20- MeV neutrons'
- extract. Typed extract of an article published in ~Bulletin of the American
Physical Society~, Series II, Vol.1, No.4, April 1956.

5/96
Seven journal articles on nuclear energy - photocopies. Photocopies of seven
articles published in various journals. 1977-1978

5/97
`AWRE report No. 056/69' and other articles - reprint and photocopies. Reprints
and photocopies of reports and articles related to nuclear energy. 1969

5/98
`TRIUMF proposal and cost estimate' - proposal. Copy of proposal with this title
(`TRIUMF' stands for: TRI-University Meson Faculty). 1966

5/99
`The Physics of the emperors' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by
D.A. Bromley. 1966

5/100
`Direct reactions between complex nuclei' - reprint. Reprint of report with this
title by A.W. Wright et al. 1967

5/101
Elementary particles - miscellaneous papers. A collection of miscellaneous
handwritten notes, typescripts, papers, reprints, photocopies, etc, related to
elementary particles. 1955

5/102
19 articles - reprints. Reprints of 19 journal articles published in various
journals related to nuclear energy. 1954-1961

5/103
`Scattering of light by light in a vacuum free of the influence of any field' -
reprint. Reprint of article with this title, published in ~Physics Letters~.
1973

5/104
`14 MeV neutrons' - miscellaneous papers. Miscellaneous papers, including
handwritten notes, typescripts and reprints, related to research about Mev
neutrons. 1955

5/105
`Al27 p,a "fluctuations"' - miscellaneous papers. Miscellaneous papers,
including reprints and other material related to the reaction Al27 (p,a) Mg24.
1965

BOX 33

5/106
`Photonuclear reaction data, 1973' - publication. Book with this title: NBS
special publication 380. 1973

5/107
`Relativistic oscillations of electrons and protons in laser fields and
collective effects stimulating pair production' - reprint. Reprint of article
with this title by H. Hora. 1973

5/108
Newspaper cuttings. Newspaper cuttings about French nuclear testing. 1973

5/109
`Pair production by relativistic electrons from intense laser focus' -
photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by J.W. Shearer et al.,
published in ~Physical Review A~. 1973

5/110
`Comparison of magnetic spectrometers for ions with mass less than 20 for
possible use...' - reprint. Reprint of report with this title by J.B.A. England,
with a letter from B. England to EWT attached. 1976

5/111
`Particle physics and cosmic evolution' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by H. Fritzsch. 1986?

5/112
`An empirical examination of the effect of latency on the fatal risks of
ionising radiation' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by H.J.
Dunster, published in ~Journal of the Society for Radiological Protection~. 1986

5/113
`Placing a Superphenix type reactor underground' - reprint. Reprint of article
with this title by W.C. Wentworth. 1987

5/114
`Safe disposal of high level nuclear reactor wastes: a new strategy' - book.
Book with this title by A.E. Ringwood, with EWT's handwritten notes. 1978

5/115
`The quarter wave resonator as a superconducting Linac element' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title by I. Ben-Zvi et al. 1982?

5/116
Contents page of `Laser and particle beams' - photocopy. Photocopy of contents
page of book with this title edited by H. Hora. 1984

5/117
`A tabulation of neutron energies from various charged particle reactions' -
reprint. Reprint. 1955

5/118
`A 1000-channel digital discriminator and window selector circuit' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title by J.A. Ladd et al. 1963

5/119
`Response of desert pavement to surface disturbances' - reprint. Reprint of
conference paper with this title by P.K. Haff. 1986

5/120
`The view from the bottom' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by V.L.
Fitch, published in ~Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists~. 1975

5/121
`The Es in AAEC and AINSE' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by
G.W.K. Ford. 1984

5/122
`Science and liberal education' - reprint. Reprint of address with this title by
B.J. Bok, delivered at the annual meeting of the Australian College of
Education, Sydney Teachers College. 1960

5/123
`Trends in nuclear physics: the challenge of precision' - reprint. Reprint of
conference paper with this title by D.A. Bromley. 1973

5/124
`Proposal for technical assistance: in-situ uranium leaching' - reprint. Reprint
of paper with this title for Western Pacific Water Treatment Corporation Ltd. by
an unknown author. 1978

5/125
Journal articles - photocopies. Photocopies of journal articles related to
nuclear energy. 1979-1985

5/126
`A Proposal for the production of Thallium 201 - a radiopharmaceutical for the
diagnosis of coronary artery disease...' - reprint. Reprint of proposal with
this title by an unknown author. 1977

5/127
`Early steps towards the chain reaction' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by O.R. Frisch, published in ~Nuclear Physics~. 1980?-1985?

5/128
Two tables - reprint. Reprint of two tables about water thermal reactor and fast
neutron reactor. 1985?

5/129
Miscellaneous papers. Miscellaneous reprints of journal articles and reports as
well as typescripts related to nuclear research. 1970-1974

5/130
Technical reports and other material - reprints, etc. Reprints of technical
reports and other material related to nuclear research. 1980-1984

BOX 34

5/131
`Power matching for pellet fusion' and other articles - reprints. Reprints of 9
articles related to nuclear research. 1949-1976

5/132
`Channeling and related effects in the motion of charged particles through
crystals' - reprint. Reprints of report with this title by D.S. Gemmell. 1973

5/133
5 reports and articles - reprints. Reprints of 5 reports and articles related to
nuclear research. 1967-1978

5/134
Three internal reports - reprints. Reprints of three internal reports related to
British nuclear weapon tests in Australia. 1981-1984

5/135
`A theory of nuclear fisson' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by P.
Fong. 1953

5/136
Articles and notes on nuclear models - reprints. Reprints of 6 articles with
handwritten notes attached. 1959-1960

BOX 35

5/137
A collection of miscellaneous papers. Reprints, photocopies, handwritten drafts,
etc. related to heavy ion accelerator and other subjects. 1981

5/138
Super Snowcem. Information material about super snowcem (protective coating for
cement surfaces), with handwritten notes. 1969

5/139
`The photodisintegration of neon' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
by H.J. Hay et al., published in ~Canadian Journal of Physics~. 1959

5/140
24 articles - reprints and photocopies, etc.. Reprints and photocopies of 24
articles related to nuclear research. 1971-1975

5/141
`Plowshare in Australia' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by an
unknown author. 1968

5/142
`The crossroads of nuclear energy' and 9 other articles - reprints. Reprints of
10 articles related to nuclear energy. 1962-1979

5/143
`A fuels policy for the UK into the 21st century' and other material - reprints.
Reprints of a collection of material related to energy sources. 1980

5/144
`Herbicide hoax' and other material - reprints. Reprints of a collection of
articles and other material related to energy sources. 1981

BOX 36

5/145
`Comments on miniature gas counter dating techniques based on two years of
operating experience' and other material - reprints. Reprints of three articles
related to multiple counter system and relevant issues. 1983

5/146
`Low doses' - reprints. BOX of reprints of journal articles and other material
related to low doses.1978-1979 (2 folders)

5/147
`Plutonium' - reprints. Reprints of paper with this title by G.M. Watson and
another article `Poland plans hydrological atlas' by V. Rich. 1976-1978

5/148
`UK atomic energy: business not as usual' - photocopies. Photocopies of article
with this title by E. Collins. 1985

5/149
`Faunal sorting of sediments: some experiments with desert beetles (genus
Eleodes)' - reprint. Reprint of abstract of article with this title by P.K.
Haff. 1986

5/150
`Sea-bed disposal: safe after all?' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this
title by P.D. Grimwood et al., published in ~Nature~. 1977

5/151
~Facts and figures : a comparative statistical analysis~ - publication. Book
with this title about the world energy industry by F.J. Al-Chalabi et al. 1984

5/152
~Uranium in South Africa: 1983 assessment of resources and production~ -
publication. Book with this title by Resource Evaluation Group (South Africa).
1983

5/153
Fred Hoyle - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies by Fred Hoyle et
al. related to nuclear energy. 1976-1977

5/154
`Extra figures' - figures and illustrations. Figures and illustrations probably
prepared for publication. 1980?-1985?

5/155
Originals of diagrams. Four originals of diagrams presumably for publication.
1975?-1985?

5/156
`Outline design for a high intensity 800 MeV proton synchroton' - reprint
[6.2]. Reprint of article with this title by an unknown author. 1970?-1980?

5/157
`The preparation of thin self supporting boron films' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by A.H.F. Muggleton et al., published in ~Nuclear
Instruments & Methods~. 1961

5/158
Lists of journal references - typescripts. Typed lists of journal references on
16 aspects of nuclear energy. 1952-1955

5/159
`The carcinogenic effects of low level radiation: a re-appraisal...' -
photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by A. Stewart, published in
~Health Physics~. 1973

5/160
`Energy levels of Na22 from the Mg25 (p, ) Na22 reaction' - reprint. Typescript
of article with this title by L.G. Lawrence, with correspondence between EWT and
L.G. Lawrence attached. 1963

BOX 37

5/161
`Description of high spin states' - reprints. Reprints of article with this
title by A. Faessler, et al. 1980?

5/162
`Wave power' - reprints. Reprints of material labelled `Wave power'. 1976-1977

5/163
Various articles by B. Cohen - reprints and copies. Reprints and copies of
various articles by B. Cohen. 1976-1977

5/164
`Energy resources' - reprints. Reprints labelled `Energy resources'. 1973-1979

SERIES 6. PUBLICATIONS - GENERAL

6/1
Pages 11-14 from an unknown article. Reprint of pages 11-14 from an unknown
article related to danger of radiation. 1970?-1980?

6/2
`Most scientists don't join in the radiation phobia' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by B.L. Cohen. 1984

6/3
`Role of the renewables' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by F.J.P.
Clarke, published in ~Nature~. 1983

6/4
`British nuclear tests in Australia' - press release. Press release with this
title. 1984

6/5
`Health benefits and risks from energy production' - table. Photocopy of table
with this title, published in ~IAEA Bulletin~. 1980?-1985?

6/6
`Nuclear weapon tests' - photocopy. Photocopy of letter to the editor of
~Search~. 1985

6/7
`Australian technology: OECD begs leave to differ' - photocopy. Photocopy of
article with this title, published in ~Nature~, with another article related to
nuclear tests. 1985

6/8
`Nuclear weapons and peace - resource list' - photocopy. Photocopy of list with
this title. 1982

6/9
`Peace groups and nuclear free zones' - typescript. Typescript of article with
this title by an unknown author. 1985

6/10
`Aboriginal land tenure and population' - photocopy. Photocopy of table with
this title, based on 1981 Census. 1985

6/11
`Science is for everybody' - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this title, by
The Royal Society (London). 1985

6/12
`Nuclear power plants connected to grid in 1982' - photocopy. Photocopy of table
with this title. 1982

6/13
`Controller electronic configuration' - reprint. Reprint of list with this
title. 1970?-1980?

6/14
`Superconducting bunches, cryogenic system' - reprint. Reprint of seven pages of
graphs and illustrations with this title. 1981?

6/15
`When being safe can be sorry' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title
by A. Berry, published in ~Daily Telegraph~ (London). 1981

6/16
`Soft energy paths' - photocopy. Photocopy of two-page section (pp. 44-45)
published in ~Commonsense in Nuclear Energy~ by an unknown author. 1979?-1985?

6/17
`The world energy situation and the response of the European Community' -
reprint. Reprint of article with this title by L. Williams, published in
~Journal of Institute of Nuclear Energy~. 1980

6/18
`Occupational radiation dose limits for nuclear facilities' - reprint. Reprint
of article with this title, published in ~Nuclear News~. 1980

6/19
`Away from reactor storage of spent nuclear fuel' - reprint. Reprint of article
with this title, published in ~Nuclear News~. 1980

6/20
`How much uranium do we really need?' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by H.C. McIntyre, published in ~Energy International~. 1980

6/21
A collection of articles - reprints. Reprints of 16 journal articles related to
nuclear energy. 1980?

6/22
`The peace movement, labour and national security in New Zealand' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title by T. Roy. 1984?-1985?

6/23
International campaign for human rights - photocopies. Photocopies of material
related to the international campaign launched by scientists in University of
Toronto to end abduction and torture in Chile. 1988

6/24
`Criteria for scientific choice' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
by A.M. Weinberg, published in ~Menerva~. 1963

6/25
`War and men of science' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by I. Bry
et al., published in ~Science~. 1955

6/26
Extract from `Trial balance' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with
extract from ~Trial Balance~ by H.C. Coombs. 1981

6/27
`Prospects for fusion research in Britain' - reprint. Reprint of article with
this title by W. Marshall, published in ~Nature~. 1973

6/28
`Power from nuclear fusion' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
published in ~Nature~. 1957

6/29
`The homopolar generator' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by G.
Newstead, published in ~Science Journal~. 1967

BOX 38

6/30
Newspaper clippings and correspondence. Newspaper clippings from the period
1976-1979, with miscellaneous correspondence between EWT and newspaper editors.

6/31
`A directory of nuclear contacts in Australia' - initial draft copy. Initial
draft by Australian Nuclear Association. 1987

6/32
Three Mile Island accident - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania. 1979

6/33
`Activists against uranium mining' - photocopy. Photocopy of press statement.
1970?-1975?

6/34
Articles on health hazards - photocopies. Photocopies of two articles on health
hazards of uranium mining by J.R. Hallam. 1979

6/35
DSL Report 273 - reprint. Reprint of confidential report 273 (containing two
copies) by Defence Standards Laboratories, Department of Supply, Australia.
1964-1964

6/36
`Fuel and power industries in Great Britain' - reprint. Reprint of article with
this title prepared for British Information Services. 1973

6/37
Articles related to nuclear diplomatists - photocopies. Photocopies of two
articles related to nuclear diplomatists published in ~Nature~. 1980

6/38
Newsletter related to 25 MV electrostatic tandem accelerator - reprint. Reprint
of newsletter related to 25 MV electrostatic tandem accelerator. 1980

6/39
~Environmental news~ - reprint. Reprint of circular letter compiled by
Administrative Services Department, Conzinc Riotinto of Australia Limited. 1980

6/40
`Research, development and demonstration on energy technologies for the
United Kingdom' - reprint. Reprint of publication with this title by Department
of Energy, the United Kingdom. 1980

BOX 39

6/41
~Energy technology support unit~ - pamphlet. Pamphlet with this title published
by the Department of Energy, the United Kingdom. 1978

6/42
~NAC News~ - reprint. Reprint of newsletter published by National Accelerator
Centre (South Africa). 1975?-1985?

6/43
Rutherford and Appleton Laboratory - photocopies. Photocopies of various
informative material related to the Rutherford and Appleton Laboratory in the
United Kingdom. 1980

6/44
`Steelmaking with heat from the atom' and other articles - photocopies.
Photocopies of several articles published in various journals. 1973

6/45
`Comparison of coal fired and nuclear (light water reactor) power producing
operations' - reprint. Reprint of table with this title on a page presumably
torn from a book or paper. 1975

6/46
`The emotional impact of chemicals' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by R. Murray, published in ~Journal of Occupational Medicine~. 1978

6/47
Typescript fragment. Typescript fragment containing pp. 3-13 from an unknown
article. 1975?-1980?

6/48
`Mass utilisation of solar energy' - reprint. Reprint of report with this title
submitted to Senate Standing Committee by the Research School of Physical
Sciences at the Australian National University. 1976

6/49
`Tapping the sun' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this title by G.
Barker, published in ~The West Australian~. 1977

6/50
`Solar energy research making solar after the nuclear model' - reprint. Reprint
of article with this title by A.L. Hammond et al., published in ~Science~. 1971

6/51
`Australia's nuclear-scarred islands' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping
with this title by H. Edwards, published in ~The Sydney Morning Herald~. 1978

6/52
`The essence of security: Australia in the regional context' - photocopy.
Photocopy of seminar paper with this title given by J. Jukes at the University
of New South Wales. 1978

6/53
`Power production in the future' - preprint. Preprint of article with this title
by B.S. Liley. 1968

6/54
`Employment of physicists in Australia' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by F. Argy, published in ~The Australian Physicist~. 1970

6/55
`Technology and human values' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title
by M. Kranzberg. 1975?-1985?

6/56
J.C. Grover's letter to ~Medical Journal of Australia~ - typescript. Typescript
of J.C. Grover's letter to the Editor of ~Medical Journal of Australia~ on 2
April 1979.

6/57
`A brief on nuclear energy and related issues' - reprint. Reprint of paper with
this title by P. Baxter et al. 1979

6/58
`Nuclear power in 1979: a review' - photocopy. Photocopy of talk with this title
by C. Allday, given to the Sydney Division of Institution of Engineers. 1979

6/59
`Nuclear power: the questions remain' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with
this title by B. Price. 1979

6/60
`Wave power for Britain?' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by
P. Rodgers, published in ~Coal and Energy Quarterly~. 1975?-1985?

6/61
`Nuclear power plant operations diagnostics and control' - photocopy. Photocopy
of article with this title by L.G. Kemeny, published in ~Progress in Nuclear
Energy~. 1977

6/62
`The impact of twenty years of noise research on nuclear power plant design,
instrumentation and control' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title
by L.G. Kemeny, published in ~Annals of Nuclear Energy~. 1975

6/63
`The Westinghouse advance control room' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with
this title by D.E. Rygg, published in ~Nuclear Energy Digest~. 1980

6/64
`O.E.C.D. Review, consumer prices' - reprint. Reprint of table with this title
from an unknown publication. 1974?

6/65
`Reactors and cancers' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping of article with
this title published in ~The West Australian~. 1978

6/66
`188 killed in camp blast' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this
title. 1978

6/67
`Inflation...everybody's responsiblity' - booklet. Booklet with this title. 1974

6/68
`French nuclear power: a year to watch new PWRs' - photocopies. Photocopies
of various articles published in ~Nature~ related to nuclear energy, including
one with this title. 1980-1984

6/69
`Surge in demand for uranium' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with
this title. 1977

6/70
`Energy and material resources : the case of nuclear power' - reprint. Reprint
of chapter with this title from the book ~Shaping Tomorrow~. 1981

6/71
~Mining in South Australia~ - newsletter. Newsletter with this title. 1982

6/72
~Uranium~ - pamphlet. Pamphlet with this title on the subject of South America's
mineral wealth. 1982

6/73
`Can Australia deliver on uranium?' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping
with this title published in ~The Weekend Australian~. 1984

6/74
`The politics of atom power' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this
title by J. Omang, published in ~The Washington Post~. 1979

6/75
`South Africa joins the world's nuclear club' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper
clipping with this title, published in ~Sydney Morning Herald~. 1973

6/76
`Radiation: how much can we live with?' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper
clipping with this title, published in ~The Sun~. Some handwritten notes are
attached. 1960

6/77
`Maralinga: a few facts' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this
title by V. Page, published in ~Sydney Morning Herald~. 1983

6/78
`Energy futures for Canadians' - photocopy. Photocopy of parts of report with
this title, prepared for Department of Energy, Mines and Resources (Canada).
1978

6/79
~Uranium: a fair trial~ - book. Book with this title published by the Australian
Labour Party as discussion kit. 1976

6/80
~Nuclear electricity: an Australian perspective~ - book. Book with this title by
I. Hore-Lacy et al. 1978

6/81
~Bruce Nuclear Power Development~ - booklet. Booklet with this title (Canadian).
1974

6/82
`Public health and the medical use of ionizing radiation' - reprint. Reprint of
report with this title by World Health Organisation. 1965

6/83
`Nuclear power and the environment: questions and answers' - reprint. Reprint
of report with this title, published by the American Nuclear Society. 1976

6/84
~South Africa in world strategy: special survey~ - reprint. Reprint of survey
report with this title. 1969

BOX 40

6/85
Nuclear fallout from French tests - manuscript and related material. Manuscript
and related material of articles on the subject by EWT and others. Includes
photos of the area where the trials took place and three photos of EWT. 1966

6/86
Strontium 90 in Australia (1957-60) - reprint. Reprint of data summary about
strontium 90 in Australia from the monitoring programme conducted by the
Australian Atomic Weapons Tests Safety Committee. 1961

6/87
Radiation and its effects on man - reprints. Reprints of several journal
articles on radiation and its effects on man. 1958

6/88
~Australia's uranium resources~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this title,
produced by Australia's Uranium Producers' Forum. 1975?

6/89
~Alternatives for managing wastes from reactors and post-fission operations...~
- reprint. Reprints of volumes 4 and 5 of a report with this title, by U.S.
Department of Commerce. 1976

6/90
Nuclear energy - newspaper clippings. A collection of newspaper clippings,
journal articles and correspondence related to nuclear energy. 1976-1977

Correspondents include H.W. Arndt (Australian National University); J. Philip
Baxter (Enfield, NSW); Keith F. Alder (Australian Atomic Energy Commission);
Richard W.L. Austin (Conzinc Riotinto of Australia).

6/91
~Common sense and uranium: documentation and viewpoints from Australia,
Canada, Japan, U.K., U.S.A. and U.S.S.R~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with
this title by Council of Resources and Energy. 1977

6/92
`The hazards of nuclear testing in the atmosphere'- reprint. Reprint of article
with this title by Institute of Nuclear Sciences, NZ Department of Scientific
and Industrial Research. 1972?

6/93
`Estimated effect of X-ray survey in the Australian Capital Territory' -
photocopy. Photocopy of table with this title, published in ~Answers and
Questions~. 1973

6/94
`Fall-out monitoring program' - reprint. Reprint of press release with this
title. 1973

6/95
~White paper on the French nuclear tests~ - reprint. Reprint of parliamentary
paper with this title. 1973

6/96
`The uranium debate: some economic aspects' - typescript and other material.
Typescript of article with this title and related material. 1976

6/97
`Nuclear non-proliferation treaty' - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and
photocopies of material related to nuclear non-proliferation treaty. 1968

6/98
Non-nuclear proliferation treaty - miscellaneous material. A variety of material
related to non-nuclear proliferation treaty. Includes copies of articles,
newspaper clippings, correspondence, and talks. 1969-1971

6/99
~The prospects for the generation of electricity from wind energy in the United
Kingdom~ - reprint. Reprint of report with this title, prepared by the
Department of Energy. 1977

BOX 41

6/100
~Nuclear power and the environment: questions and answers~ - reprint. Reprint
of book with this title, with EWT's handwritten notes on the cover. 1976

6/101
`The nuclear debate' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this title,
written by Sir P. Baxter to the Editor of ~The Canberra Times~. 1978

6/102
~The crisis in basic research~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this title,
produced by Federation of Australian University Staff Associations. 1983

6/103
`Comparative studies of nuclear and non-nuclear energy sources' - reprint.
Reprint of seminar paper with this title by K. Okamoto. 1979

6/104
~Synroc: the key to acceptable nuclear waste disposal?~ - reprint. Reprint of
pamphlet with this title, published by the Secretary for private circulation to
members of the Australian National University. 1981

6/105
~Nuclear waste disposal~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this title by
British Nuclear Forum. 1950?-1960?

6/106
`The Soviet Union - a Russian communist empire, not a "Federation of free and
sovereign nations"' - reprint and other material. Reprint of report with this
title and related material. 1982

6/107
`The fallacy of nuclear free zones' - file. File containing a variety of
material related to meetings and conferences on the peace movement. 1983

6/108
`Does the cost of energy matter?' - reprint. Reprint of symposium paper with
this title by E. Siddall. 1986

6/109
`Review of generation options' - reprint. Reprint of paper with this title.
1985?

6/110
`A do-it-yourself A bomb' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by
G. Harper, published in ~New Scientist~. 1980

6/111
`A community of interest'and other articles - photocopies. Photocopies of
several articles published in ~Nature~. 1975-1976

6/112
`Australian re-armament for Australian foreign policy' - reprint. Reprint of
talk with this title by A. Burns. 1985

6/113
~Future of nuclear science~ - reprint and related material. Reprint of book with
this title, published by the United States National Research Council and related
material. 1977

6/114
~Gases in research and industry~ - reprint. Reprint of newsletter with this
title. 1977

6/115
`The age of uncertainty' and other newspaper clippings. A large collection of
newspaper clippings related to nuclear energy. 1977

6/116
`Relationships between pure and applied research in the organization of science
in a developing country' - reprint. Reprint of address with this title by D.H.
Wilkinson, published in ~Pakistan Journal of Science~. 1962

6/117
~Environmental Measurements Laboratory : Environmental Quarterly~ -
reprint. Reprints of journal with this title, published by the (US) Department
of Energy. 1978

BOX 42

6/118
~Britain and atomic energy~ and ~Atomic achievement: Britain's enterprise in a
new field of human endeavour~ - pamphlets. Pamphlets with these titles. 1956?

6/119
`Science and the press in Australia' - reprint. Reprint of article with this
title by A.M. Moyal, published in ~Search~. 1973

6/120
`World energy: a manageable dilemma' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with
this title by J.P. Henry et al., published in ~Business Review~. 1979

6/121
`Reviews - books and papers etc' - reprints. Reprints of correspondence between
EWT and editors related to book and article publications. 1970-1976

6/122
Miscellaneous - reprints. A large collection of reprints of journal articles and
conference papers, etc., related to nuclear energy. 1956-1958

6/123
~News of British Industry~ - reprint. Reprint of newsletter with this title,
dated 10 February 1970.

6/124
~Nuclear Science Abstracts of Poland~ - reprint. Reprint of book with this
title, with a handwritten list of names. 1969

6/125
~Effects of the Possible Use of Nuclear Weapons and the Security and Economic
Implications for States...~ - reprint. Reprint of book with this title,
published by United Nations. 1968

6/126
`Japanese hasten to permit nuclear inspection' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper
clipping with this title, published in ~Financial Review~. 1977

6/127
`The mine under the sea that refuses to die' - reprint. Reprint of article with
this title, published in ~The Weekend Australian Magazine~. 1984

6/128
~Reference data for radio engineers~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this
title. 1940?-1949?

6/129
`Presentation to the NDP inquiry into nuclear energy' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by E. Siddall. 1986

6/130
~Nuclear Australia: Bulletin of the Australian Nuclear Association~ - reprints.
Reprints of issues of this newsletter, with an attached note relating to 1986
Christmas dinner at University of Sydney with EWT as speaker on `50 years in
nuclear physics'

6/131
`Australian re-armament for Australian foreign policy' - reprint. Reprint of
address with this title by A. Burns in Canberra. 1985

6/132
`The Soviets and the South Pacific' - reprint. Reprint of paper with this title,
presented by W.T. Roy at the Third Annual World Balance of Power Conference.
1983

6/133
`South Africa and its Indian Ocean neighbours' - reprint. Reprint of paper with
this title, presented by T. Roy at the Second International Conference on Indian
Ocean Studies. 1984

6/134
`British nuclear workers cleared' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this
title, published in ~Nature~. 1986

6/135
`Quantitative estimates of risks from radiation doses' - photocopy. Photocopy of
a handwritten draft with this title by an unknown author. 1975-1980

6/136
`Disarmament, plutonium and fast reactors' - photocopy. Photocopy of typescript
with this title by an unknown author. 1975?-1985?

6/137
`A nuclear initiative' - photocopy. Photocopy of typescript with this title by
an unknown author. 1970?-1980?

6/138
`The peace movement and its hidden agenda' - photocopy. Photocopy of
typescript with this title by L.G. Kemeny. 1985

6/139
`Forensic science - what have we learnt?' - reprint. Reprint of paper with this
title, prepared by J.M. Kirby for the 20th anniversary meeting of the Australian
Academy of Forensic Sciences. A handwritten note is attached. 1987

6/140
`China at the crossroads?' and `Blood on the Wattle?' - reprints. Reprints of
articles with these titles, published in ~International Intelligence~. 1977

6/141
~Environmental News~ - reprint. Reprint of newsletter with this title, dated
January 1980.

6/142
Miscellaneous correspondence related to ~Australian Journal of Physics~.
Miscellaneous correspondence related to the publication of ~Australian Journal
of Physics~. 1961-1970

BOX 43

6/143
~Developments and programs~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this title,
published by the French Atomic Energy Commission. 1963

6/144
`Nuclear-free nonsense' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this title
by EWT. 1983

6/145
`Polarization in politics' - reprint. Reprint of talk with this title by F. West
on 21st November, 1975.

6/146
~News from France~ - reprint. Reprint of booklet with this title, with the cover
annotated `alternative energy'. 1979

6/147
`The structure of nuclei' - miscellaneous material. A variety of material,
including correspondence, publications and reprints, etc., related to EWT's
article entitled `The structure of nuclei', published in ~Hemisphere~.
1965-1967

6/148
`The problem of nuclear weapon tests' - reprints. Reprints of article with this
title by EWT and his letters to the editor of ~Quadrant~ related to its
publication. 1957-1958

6/149
`The use of the breeder reactor' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
by A.M. Eeinberg. 1978?

6/150
`A determination to "do it properly"' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping
with this title regarding C. Martin's article with the same title. 1980

6/151
`The Red China bomb and Australia' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
and related material. 1964-1966

6/152
~Australian International News Review~ - miscellaneous material.
Correspondence and other related material between EWT and staff of ~Australian
International News Review~. 1965-1966

6/153
~Australian Journal of Science~ - correspondence. Correspondence between EWT
and staff of ~Australian Journal of Science~. 1961-1969

6/154
Nuclear energy and tests - miscellaneous material. A large collection of various
kinds of material related to nuclear energy and tests. 1976-1979

BOX 44

6/155
~The Bulletin~ - reprints. Reprints of EWT's articles published in ~The
Bulletin~ and related correspondence. 1964-1966

6/156
~Electrical Engineer~ - reprints and other material. Reprints of EWT's articles
published in ~Electrical Engineer~ and related material. 1965-1968

6/157
Nuclear studies in oncology - a variety of material. Publications and reprints
of articles related to nuclear studies in oncology. 1978-1980

6/158
`Economics of alternative energy sources' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with
this title by M. Ryle, published in ~Nature~. 1977

BOX 45

6/159
Nuclear waste management - miscellaneous material. Publications, reprints,
photocopies and manuscripts of articles related to nuclear waste management.
1978-1979

6/160
Cell Biology Society Annual Symposium - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and
photocopies of some papers presented to (Australian) Cell Biology Society Annual
Symposium in 1979. 1979

6/161
`AMMO' - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of published and
unpublished articles related to nuclear energy. 1976-1977

6/162
`Nature extracts on science' - reprint. Reprint of extracts of articles on
science, published in ~Nature~. 1976-1976

6/163
`Psychology of the anti-u-movement' - photocopies. Photocopies of articles
related to psychology of anti-uranium movement. 1974-1976

6/164
`The (W2) papers' - photocopy. Photocopy of various letters to the editor of
~Physics Bulletin~. 1977

6/165
`Nature extracts on uranium and nuclear energy' - photocopies. Photocopies of
article extracts published in ~Nature~. 1976-1977

6/166
`Radioactivity in human diet in the United Kingdom, 1976' - reprints. Reprints
of article with this title and other related material. 1976-1977

6/167
`Nuclear fission' - proofs. Proofs of article with this title by W.T.
WWhitehouse, withhandwritten notes and comments. 1952

6/168
Miscellaneous articles - reprints. Reprints of miscellaneous journal articles
related to nuclear energy. 1967

6/169
3rd International Symposium on World Trends in Science and Technology
Education - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to the 3rd
International Symposium on World Trends in Science and Technology Education held
in Brisbane. 1984

6/170
Articles related to atomic energy - folder of typescripts and reprints. Folder
of typescripts and reprints of articles related to atomic energy, labelled `2'.
1955-1956

6/171
Fission - reprints. Folder of reprints of journal articles about fission,
labelled `6'. 1954-1961

BOX 46

6/172
Collection of articles related to nuclear tests and energy - reprints. A large
collection of reprints of articles related to nuclear tests and energy. 1979 (2
folders)

6/173
`[UK] Government to step up nuclear power construction plans' - photocopies.
Photocopies of article with this title and other related material. 1980

6/174
Journal articles - reprints and photocopies. Reprints [photocopies] 1979-1980

6/175
Atomic energy - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of articles
related to atomic energy. 1979-1980

6/176
Articles from ~Hyperfine Interactions~ and ~Nuclear Physics A~ - preprints.
Preprints of articles from ~Hyperfine Interactions~ and Nuclear Physics A~.
1977-1978

BOX 47

6/177
Professor E. Sternglass's claim about strontium-90 fallout - miscellaneous
material. Correspondence between EWT and his colleagues concerning Professor E.
Sternglass's claim about strontium-90 fallout and photocopies of relevant
articles. 1969

Correspondents include Michael Daley (Australian Broadcasting Commission); K.W.
Pearson (National Radiation Advisory Committee).

6/178
Atomic science - reprints and photocopies. A collection of reprints and
photocopies of articles related to atomic science. 1968

6/179
`Conferencitis' - reprints and photocopies. Extract of article with this title
and other reprinted and photocopied material related to nuclear research. 1963-
1978

6/180
Strategic and Defence Studies Centre Conference : "Arms proliferation in the
Indian and Pacific Ocean area" - reprints. Reprints of conference papers
presented to Strategic and Defence Studies Centre Conference. 1977

6/181
Research into energy sources - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and
photocopies of material related to research into energy sources. 1973

6/182
`Lasers' - miscellaneous material. Reprints, photocopies, handwritten drafts and
pamphlets related to lasers. 1972?

6/183
Nuclear research - reprints. Reprints of articles published in ~Nature~ about
nuclear research. 1970-1973

6/184
Articles by J. Jovanovich - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies
of J. Jovanovich's articles related to the dilemma of nuclear power in the
global context. 1983-1986

6/185
Uranium and nuclear power - miscellaneous material. Reprints and photocopies
of articles and research reports, etc., related to uranium and nuclear power.
1975-1978

BOX 48

6/186
AGR nuclear power station - miscellaneous material. Reprints of research
reports, articles and handwritten drafts related to AGR Nuclear Power Station
(UK). An extract from one of EWT's relevant lectures (date unknown) is attached.
1967?

6/187
`Nuclear weapons for all?' - miscellaneous material. Article with this title by
EWT and a variety of other material. 1965-1966

6/188
`Nuclear power in perspective' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by
R. Bennett, published in ~Reader's Digest~. 1981

6/189
`Occupational health and the reality of risk - an eternal dilemma of tragic
choices' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title by B.D. Dinman. 1980

6/190
`Risk' - reprints and photocopies. Files of reprints and photocopies of material
concerning community risk assessments associated with nuclear tests. 1978-1979
(2 folders)

6/191
Article on compensation for soldier involved with nuclear weapons testing -
reprint. Reprint of article on compensation for soldier involved with nuclear
weapons testing, published in ~The Canberra Times~, 21 March 1980, page 8.

6/192
`Unpredictable climatic change possible within one generation' - reprint.
Reprint of article with this title, published in ~ANU Reporter~. 1981

6/193
`Haileybury College: 89th annual report' - photocopy. Photocopy of report with
this title. 1980

6/194
Gaseous Core Reactor research - miscellaneous material. A large collection of
miscellaneous material related to Gaseous Core Reactor Research conducted in Los
Alamos Scientific Laboratory (USA). 1977-1986

BOX 49

6/195
`Australia's need for nuclear propelled submarines' - photocopy. Photocopy of
article with this title by J. Graver and other relevant material by him. 1984

6/196
`Great greenhouse in the sky?' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title
by J. Maddox. 1983

6/197
`Levels of protection and related policies : submission to IAC in Canberra, 29
January, 1982' - reprint. Reprint of submission with this title by Hon. W.C.
Wentworth.

6/198
`Radioactive waste disposal - policy and perspectives' - photocopy. Photocopy of
article with this title by L.E.J. Roberts, published in ~Nuclear Energy~. 1978

6/199
`The politics of energy' - transcript. Transcript of broadcast speech with this
title by B. Commoner. 1970?-1980?

6/200
`An assessment of the radiological impact of the windscape reactor fire, October
1957' - reprint. Reprint of report with this title by M.J. Crick and G.S.
Linsley. 1983

6/201
`The nuclear-power debate' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping of article
with this title by M. Diesendorf. 1983

6/202
`A "people-centred" concept of society-wide risk management' - conference
paper. Reprint of conference paper with this title by E. Siddall and C.R.
Bennett. 1985

6/203
`The Japanese phoenix' - typescript and reprint. Typescript and reprint of
article with this title by W.T. Roy, published in ~International Journal on
World Peace~. Relevant correspondence is attached. 1985

6/204
`The Japanese phoenix: the prospects for Japanese rearmament as a factor in
the maintenance of peace' - reprint. Reprint of the article entitled `The
Japanese phoenix: the prospects for Japanese rearmament as a factor in the
maintenance of peace' by W.T. Roy. 1980?-1985?

6/205
Material related to nuclear energy - photocopies. Photocopies of material
related to nuclear energy. 1983

6/206
`TUC supports coal and N-power' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this
title. 1981

6/207
Nuclear research - miscellaneous material. A collection of miscellaneous
material related to nuclear research. 1978?-1985

6/208
~The nuclear winter~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this title by C. Sagan.
1983

6/209
`Problems of fusion reactors' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by
M.N. Rosenbluth. 1957

6/210
`The biological effects of atomic radiation: summary reports' - reprint. Reprint
of report with this title by the National Academy of Sciences (US). 1956

6/211
`The biological effects of atomic radation: a report to the public' - reprint.
Reprint of report with this title by the National Academy of Sciences (US). 1956

6/212
`Estimates of deaths to the public from fossil fuel pollution of the atmosphere'
- photocopy. Photocopy of typescript with this title by EWT, which was published
in his ~Uranium : Energy Source of the Future?~ (pp 48 - 49). 1975?-1979?

6/213
`Applying the lessons of PRA - an American perspective' - reprints. Reprints of
article with this title by F. Stetson and other related material. 1976-1986

6/214
~The South African mining industry and the black worker~ - reprint. Reprint of
pamphlet with this title. 1983

6/215
~Interdiscliplinary thoughts~ - reprint. Reprint of pamphlet with this title by
A.R. Michaelis. 1986

6/216
A book with an unknown title - photocopy. Photocopy of proofs of a book with an
unknown title and unknown author. 1978

6/217
`A brief on nuclear energy and related issues' - reprint. Reprint of article
with this title by P. Baxter, et al. 1980

BOX 50

6/218
`Cancer in New South Wales: incidence and mortality' - reprint. Reprint of
report with this title published by NSW Central Cancer Registry. 1976

6/219
~Hit and run: the rise - and fall? - of Ralph Nader~ - photocopy. Photocopy of
book with this title by P. De Toledano, with handwritten notes. 1975

6/220
`The Curia Mail' - reprint. Reprint of leaflet with this title about Vatican
political intrigue in Australia. 1984

6/221
`Managing risk perceptions' and others - miscellaneous material. A large
collection of miscellaneous material related to risks in nuclear research and
relevant subjects. 1977-1984

6/222
Churches and organ festivals - brochures. Brochures of churches and organ
festivals in Canberra and Melbourne. 1967-1981

6/223
`Uranium - the only alternative' - newspaper clippings. Newspaper clipping with
this title and other material. 1975

6/224
`United Kingdom union leader questions ACTU uranium policy' - photocopy.
Photocopy of article with this title. 1978

6/225
`The nuclear debate is not for the ill-informed' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper
clipping with this title. 1975?-1985?

6/226
`Uranium-enrichment plan for South Australia runs into Labor ban' -
newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this title. 1978

6/227
Amendments to ~The other side of the story : an intelligent look at the uranium
and nuclear issues~ - reprint amendments only. Reprint of amendment to book
with this title by J. Grover. 1978

6/228
`Australia today' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by L. Hancock.
1975?-1980?

6/229
`Advertisement misguided' - newspaper clippings. Newspaper clipping with this
title by EWT and other material. 1975

6/230
`Atomic club members so misunderstood' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper
clipping with this title. 1975

6/231
`Projection of primary energy consumption' - photocopies. Photocopies of graph
with this title. 1980?

6/232
`Note of the experience of the UK Central Electricity Generating Board with
nuclear power stations' - miscellaneous material. Reprint of report with this
title and other material. 1977

6/233
`Mr Justice Fox is "nuclear envoy"' - photocopies. Photocopies of several
articles including one with this title. 1977

6/234
`Hancock : we're standing still' and other material - photocopies. Photocopies
of article with this title and several articles on mining by L. Hancock. 1978

6/235
`Necessary increase in price of crude oil to eliminate increase in real income
1973-76 (at 1974 prices)' - reprint. Reprint of table with this title. 1973-1976

6/236
Articles related to solar power - newspaper clippings. Newspaper clippings with
articles related to solar power. 1980

6/237
`Economic benefits and costs of uranium mining in Australia - a critical
evaluation of ... Fox report' - reprint. Reprint of report with this title by
B.L. Johns. 1976

6/238
`The Australian economic and social environment' - reprint. Reprint of article
with this title. 1974?

6/239
Nuclear power in France and Japan - photocopies. Photocopies of illustrations
concerning nuclear power in Fance and Japan. 1986

6/240
Nuclear power in the USA - photocopies. Photocopies of illustrations related to
nuclear power in USA. 1978-1988

6/241
`... and the major arguments in the future' - reprint. Reprint of the review
article on ~Uranium: energy source of the future?~. 1980

6/242
`The fact and fiction of nuclear power' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to nuclear energy, including article with this title. 1980

6/243
`Fall out over atomic tests' - photocopies. Photocopies of article with this
title reviewing ~A History of British Atomic Tests in Australia~. 1985

6/244
`Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu : three faces of science' - reprint. Reprint of
article with this title by F. Fenner. 1969

6/245
Uranium mining and nuclear industry - miscellaneous material. A large
collection of miscellaneous material (reprints, photocopies, etc.) related to
uranium mining and nuclear industry. 1973?-1980?

6/246
`New arrangements for government energy research and development' - reprint
of press statement. Reprint of press statement with this title by the Minister
for National Development and Energy. 1981

BOX 51

6/247
`Can scientific experts be trusted to sound the alarms?' - photocopy. Photocopy
of the talk prepared by M. Diesendorf for the ABC Science Show. 1979

6/248
`Can we trust the scientific experts to sound the alarms?' - photocopy.
Photocopy of article with this title. 1979

6/249
`MP wants to ban ~The struggle for power~' and other articles - photocopies.
Photocopies of J. Grover's article with this title and other articles by him.
1981

6/250
`The mineral industry and Australian development' reprint. Reprint of Sir R.
Menzies's lecture delivered by R.T. Madigan. 1973

6/251
`The nuclear controversy' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this
title by J.C. Grover. 1978

6/252
~Media Monitor~ - photocopies. Photocopies of material published in newspapers
related to nuclear research. 1981

6/253
Newspaper articles - photocopies. Photocopies of several articles published in
newspapers related to nuclear energy. 1981

6/254
~National Student~ - reprint. Reprint of ~National Student~ (newsmagazine of the
Australian Union of Students), October 29, 1979, with an article entitled `The
H-bomb'. 1981

6/255
`Speech on budget 1977' - reprint. Reprint of W.C. Wentworth's speech with this
title. 1977

6/256
'Uranium' - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title, a response to an
advertisement in ~The National Times~ (November 21, 1977). 1977

6/257
`Okomato' - miscellaneous material. Folder of miscellaneous material related to
health effects of nuclear radiation. 1977

6/258
`The nightmares of a TV newshound' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title
published in ~New Idea~. 1979

6/259
Articles on various subjects - photocopies. Photocopies of published articles on
various subjects related to nuclear research. 1974

6/260
~Success for Ariane~ - reprint. Reprint of newsletter with this title published
by French Embassy. 1980

6/261
Published material - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of
journal articles related to nuclear research. 1975-1981

6/262
Published material - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of
published material related to nuclear research. 1975-1981

6/263
`Environmental radioactivity in New Zealand' - reprint. Reprint of report with
this title, sent to EWT by the Secretary, National Radiation Advisory Committee,
Prime Minister's Department (Australia). 1970

6/264
`Towards an Australian Science Council' - reprint. Reprint of discussion paper
with this title by W.L. Morrison (Minister for Science). 1974

6/265
`Halt N-power use: physicist' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper clipping with this
title by Professor H. Alfven, Nobel Prize Winner. 1979

6/266
`Alternative sources of energy developed in France' - reprint. Reprint of the
pamphlet with this title, published by French Embassy. 1979

6/267
Nuclear incidents - telexes. Copies of telexes sent to Australian Broadcasting
Commission related to nuclear incidents. 1979

6/268
`Australian energy outlook: an Esso report' - reprint. Reprint of report with
this title by Esso Australia Ltd. 1980

6/269
~Energy situation, natural resources and insurance~ - reprint. Reprint of
booklet with this title. 1979

6/270
~Nuclear power stations and insurance~ - reprint. Reprint of booklet with this
title. 1975

6/271
`Cave paintings' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by F. Morgan.
1979

6/272
~Units for the measurement of radioactivity and of ionising radiation~ -
reprint. Reprint of booklet with this title by Metric Conversion Board (Sydney).
1977

BOX 52

6/273
Journal articles - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of journal
articles related to nuclear research. 1979-1981

6/274
`Fast breeders for the future' - photocopies. Photocopies of article with this
title. 1970?-1980?

6/275
Journal articles - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of journal
articles related to nuclear energy. 1964-1981

6/276
Journal articles related to nuclear war - photocopies. Photocopies of journal
articles related to nuclear war. 1970-1985

6/277
French nuclear tests - photocopy. Photocopy of article with this title. 1973

6/278
`Radioactive contamination from nuclear weapons' - reprint. Reprint of report
with this title by J.F. Gabites, et al., presented to the House of
Representatives. 1966

6/279
`Australian Defence Scientific Service: tasks for Department of the Army' -
reprint. Reprint of report with this title, marked `SECRET'. 1973

6/280
`Low level radiation' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to low level radiation. 1980-1985

6/281
Journal article and newspaper clippings - photocopies. Reprints and photocopies
of journal articles and newspaper clipping related to nuclear science. 1981

6/282
`National Development Committee talk' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to energy research. Includes an article entitled `Energy from
nuclear power: can Australia afford to ignore it?' by W.C. Wentworth, M.P. 1964

6/283
`The PIGMI technology' - reprint. Reprint of paper with this title by T.J. Boyd,
et al. 1980

6/284
`The Nature of the Universe' - reprints. Reprints of the five broadcast lectures
related to the nature of the universe by F. Hoyle. 1950

6/285
`Neutrino astronomy' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by P.
Morrison, published in ~Scientific American~. 1962

6/286
`Risk, fear and public safety' - reprint. Reprint of article with this title by
E. Siddall. 1980

6/287
`George's papers Al27 (p,*) Mg24' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the article entitled `Statistical fluctuation in the
reaction Al27 (p,*) Mg24' by George P. Lawrence. 1960?-1970?

BOX 53

6/288
`A.E in S.E. Asia' - miscellaneous material. Material related to article on
atomic energy in South East Asia written by EWT for Australasian volumes of
~World Book Encyclopedia~. 1965

6/289
~The law and procedure at meetings in Australia and New Zealand~ - reprint.
Reprint of pamphlet with this title by P.E. Joske. 1954

6/290
`Artificial radioactivity' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to this subject. 1984

6/291
Journal articles - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of journal
articles related to energy and environment. 1980-1981

6/292
Sir Philip Baxter's letter to ~The Canberra Times~. Sir Philip Baxter's letter
to the editor of ~The Canberra Times~ on 25 December 1978.

6/293
`The coming crisis in Western energy supplies' - newspaper clipping. Newspaper
clipping with this title by T.B. Millar. 1977

6/294
`Bethe profile' - reprint. Pages torn from reprints of journal articles
concerning Hans Albrecht Bethe. 1979

6/295
`Destroying the environment of progress' and other articles - reprints. Reprints
of various articles related to nuclear research. 1980?-1988?

6/296
'Waste' - reprints and copies. Reprints and copies of various articles on waste.
1977-1981

SERIES 7. LECTURES

7/1
`Abstracts etc' - reprints. Reprints of abstracts, and other information, of
EWT's talks. 1980?-1985?

7/2
`Broadcasts to end of 1954' - typescripts. Typescripts of broadcasts by EWT from
December 1952 to August 1955. 1952-1955 (2 folders)

7/3
Public lectures - brochures. Brochures of two public lectures by EWT. 1984

7/4
`Nuclear physics' - roneoed copy. Roneoed copy of course of lectures delivered
by EWT to the Physics Department, University of Western Australia. 1953

BOX 54

7/5
`Lectures and talks etc' - miscellaneous correspondence. Miscellaneous
correspondence related to lectures and talks by EWT. 1970-1979 (2 folders)

7/6
`Brisbane speech' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
the lecture entitled `Science and democracy' by EWT in Brisbane. 1957-1958

7/7
`Lectures, talks, etc' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to lectures and talks given by EWT. 1979-1981

7/8
`Energy and Australia' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to the lecture series entitled `Energy and Australia' given by EWT. 1980-1981

7/9
Talks on various topics - typescripts. Typescripts of talks on various topics by
EWT. 1963-1964

BOX 55

7/10
Lecture notes - reprints and handwritten notes. Reprinted and handwritten notes
related to lectures by EWT. 1949-1950

7/11
`The Arthur Williams Wright Nuclear Structure Laboratory, Yale University' -
pamphlet. Pamphlet entitled `The Arthur Williams Wright Nuclear Structure
Laboratory: Yale University' and a related brochure. 1966

7/12
`Lecture notes on nuclear theory: T.H. Skyrine' - typescripts. Typed notes and
outlines of lectures on nuclear theory. 1950?-1959?

7/13
`Statistics' - typescripts. Typescripts of statistics entitled `The probability
curve'. 1970?-1975?

7/14
Energy and Australia - typescripts. Typed text of five lectures on `Energy and
Australia". 1980

7/15
`Forensic sciences address' - miscellaneous material. A collection of
miscellaneous material marked with `Forensic sciences address'. 1974

7/16
Lectures - handwritten notes. Handwritten lecture notes. 1970?-1980?

7/17
`Lectures' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material marked with
`Lectures'. 1965

7/18
Angular correlation in a three-stage nuclear reaction - miscellaneous material.
Reprinted and handwritten material related to angular correlation in a three-
stage nuclear reaction. 1960

7/19
~Nuclear Australia: Bulletin of the Australian Nuclear Association~ - reprint.
Reprint of vol. 3, no. 6, December 1986, containing an item reporting on a talk
by EWT to the ANA, '50 years in nuclear physics'. 1986

7/20
`Talks by E.W. Titterton' - reprint. Reprint of the speech by EWT entitled
`Talks by E.W. Titterton'. 1980?-1985?

7/21
EWT's untitled talk - photocopy. Photocopy of untitled talk by EWT. 1977

7/22
`Plutonium' - photocopies. Photocopies of speech entitled `Plutonium' by EWT
delivered on 28th April 1977 as ABC News Commentary. 1977

7/23
`Matter and energy: nuclear power and nuclear bombs' - handwritten sheet.
One-page handwritten sheet entitled `Matter and energy: nuclear power and
nuclear bombs', presumably by EWT. 1960?-1970?

7/24
Untitled handwritten notes. Untitled handwritten notes presumably by EWT. 1983

7/25
`Frisch lectures' - reprints. Reprints of typed lecture notes by Dr Frisch on
nuclear physics. 1946-1947

7/26
`Frisch: nuclear physics lectures' - reprints. Reprints of lecture notes by Dr
Frisch, marked with `Frisch: nuclear physics lectures' by EWT. 1946-1947

BOX 56

7/27
`Low energy nuclear physics' - reprints. Reprints of lectures entitled `Lower
energy nuclear physics' by J. Goldemberg and A.O. Hanson. 1960

7/28
`Few nucleon interactions' - reprints. Reprints of the lectures notes entitled
`Few nucleon interactions' by G.G. Ohlsen. 1962

7/29
E.P. Wigner's lecture notes - reprints. Reprints of E.P. Wigner's lecture notes.
1951

7/30
`Current topics of prime interest in nuclear physics' - reprints. Reprints of
lectures entitled `Current topics of prime interest in nuclear physics' by A.M.
Lane. 1974

7/31
`Damped and forced oscillations' - reprints. Reprints of laboratory notes
entitled `Damped and forced oscillations'. 1976 (3 folders)

7/32
`Post Acc talk' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material marked with
`Post Acc talk'. 1980-1989

7/33
`Neutron induced reactions' - overhead transparencies. Overhead transparencies
for a lecture related to `neutron induced reactions'. 1980?-1985?

7/34
`Lecture series in nuclear physics' - reprint. Reprint of the lecture series in
nuclear physics by E.M. McMillan, et al. 1947

7/35
`Proliferation talk' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
the talk entitled `Proliferation talk'. 1979?

BOX 57

7/36
`Hebbard's lectures' - reprints. Reprints of the transcripts of the lectures on
physics by D.F. Hebbard. 1963 (2 folders)

7/37
Radioactivity - flyer for lecture. Flyer advertising lecture by EWT on 7
February 1984 - 'Radioactivity natural and artificial and its applications.

SERIES 8. OVERSEAS TRIPS

8/1
`Policy - finance for attendance at overseas conferences' - reprint. Reprint of
Australian National University Institute of Advanced Studies document concerning
attendance at Australian and overseas conferences. 1964-1965

8/2
`Paris conference finance' - correspondence. Correspondence between EWT and
relevant staff concerning financial aspects of his attending Paris conference.
1964

8/3
Proposed visit to Paris, December 1965. W.J.Gibbs' suggestion for the visit of
EWT and Moroney to Paris in December 1965. Includes other relevant material and
working papers by the Department of Meteorology.

8/4
Overseas trip 1965 - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
EWT's travel in 1965. Also includes material concerning seeing doctors and
pension.

8/5
`Japan visit' - miscellaneous material. A large amount of material related to
EWT's business visit to Japan in 1967. (2 folders)

8/6
`Travel papers' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
EWT's trip to the United Kingdom in 1967.

8/7
Overseas trips - receipts and accounts. Receipts, accounts and other material
related to EWT's overseas visits. 1967-1970

8/8
Overseas trips 1968-1976 - reprints and handwritten sheets. Mainly reprints and
handwritten sheets of the travel claims of EWT's overseas business trips between
1968 and 1976.

8/9
`Overseas trips 1969 and 1970' - travel expenses claims. Travel expenses claims
of EWT's overseas trips in 1969 and 1970. 1968-1970

8/10
`Overseas trip' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
EWT's overseas visit in 1970. Includes receipts, travel claims, correspondence,
travel information, etc.

BOX 58

8/11
Overseas trips 1971 - 1979 - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to EWT's overseas trips between 1971 and 1979. (3 folders)

8/12
`Overseas trip: mid-April - mid-May 1973' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to EWT's overseas trip between mid-April and mid-
May in 1973.

8/13
`Daily rates of travelling allowance - short-term missions' - photocopy.
Photocopy of two-page printed sheets entitled `Daily rates of travelling
allowance - short-term missions'. 1973

8/14
Overseas trip - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to EWT's
overseas trip in mid-1974.

8/15
`Overseas trip 1976' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
EWT's overseas trips in 1976.

8/16
`Red tape: overseas trip 1977' - correspondence. Correspondence mainly
concerning bureaucratic issues related to EWT's study leave to the United
Kingdom and France in 1977.

8/17
Overseas visits, 1978, 1979, 1980 - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to EWT's overseas visits in 1978, 1979 and 1980.

8/18
`Overseas visit: 1979' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to EWT's overseas visit in 1979.

8/19
Proposed visit to China - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to EWT's proposed visit to China. 1980?

8/20
`Professor Titterton's overseas trip 1980' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to EWT's overseas trip in 1980. Mainly
correspondence.

BOX 59

8/21
`Overseas: 1981' - reprinted reports and handwritten notes. Reprinted reports
and handwritten notes by EWT concerning his business and outside studies visit
overseas from 4 April to 7 August, 1981.

8/22
Overseas journey 1984 - memo. Memo of EWT's planned overseas visit in 1984.

8/23
`Overseas: 1985' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
EWT's overseas trip in 1985.

8/24
`Overseas 1986' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
EWT's overseas trip in 1986.

SERIES 9. PHOTOGRAPHS

9/1
`Appendix (slides 21-30) - reprint. Reprint of an appendix entitled `Appendix
(slides 21-30) to an unknown publication. 1955?-1965?

9/2
Colour photograph. Colour photograph of an unknown scientific subject. 1970?-
1980?

9/3
Diagrams and photographs. Diagrams and photographs of 8 tables related to
nuclear research. 1976

9/4
`Average annual exposure in 1971 to natural radiation in the USA - photograph.
Photograph of a table entitled `Average annual exposure in 1971 to natural
radiation in the USA'. 1971?

9/5
EWT and his colleagues - photographs in a laboratory. Copies of colour
photograph of EWT and his colleagues in a laboratory, unlabelled. 1980?-1985?

9/6
An unidentified slide. An unidentified slide. 1985?-1987?

9/7
A collection of photographs. A large collection of photographs related to
nuclear research. Classified into 4 sections. Only one section is identified as
`black and white photographs taken in the Tandem Laboratory for News and
Information Bureau, July 1962. 1960?-1965?

9/8
Two black and white photographs. Two black and white photographs of scientific
equipment, which were published in ~The Canberra Times~. 1976

9/9
Daresbury Laboratory - photograph. One colour photograph of buildings from
Daresbury Laboratory. 1976

9/10
Photographs. Copies of unidentified miscellaneous black and white photographs.
1968?-1978?

9/11
Photographs provided by British Information Services. Black and white prints as
well as colour photos provided by the British Information Services. Includes
diagrams and illustrations. 1960?-1965

9/12
Photographs. Black and white photographs related to nuclear research. Some are
labelled. 1968?-1975?

9/13
Two labelled photographs. Two black and white photographs labelled as `Mururoa'
and `Port de Papeete' respectively. 1970?-1985?

9/14
Department of Nuclear Physics - photograph album. Photograph album of
Department of Nuclear Physics given to EWT on his retirement. 1950-1981

BOX 60

9/15
EWT and tandem accelerator - slides. Slides of EWT and tandem accelerator.
1970?-1980?

9/16
Colour photographs of equipment. Colour photographs of equipment. 1981?-1982?

9/17
Three unidentified photographs. Three unidentified black and white photographs.
1976

9/18
One unidentified photograph. One unidentified black and white photograph. 1960?-
1970?

9/19
One colour photograph. One colour photograph of unidentified equipment. 1982?

9/20
Colour photographs. Colour photographs mainly of equipment. Includes one of
EWT having a barbecue. 1978-1980

9/21
EWT and his colleagues - photographs. One black and white photograph of EWT
and unidentified colleagues. 1952-1960

9/22
`Electron - Synetrotron photographs'. A large number of copies of EWT's
portraits and photographs of equipment. 1970?-1985?

9/23
Historical photographs. A large collection of loose prints of EWT at various
stages of his career. 1955?-1985?

9/24
Miscellaneous photographs. Black-and-white photographs of EWT and his
colleagues. 1960?-1965?

9/25
An unidentified colour photograph. A colour photograph of an unidentified
machine. 1975?-1985?

9/26
A colour photograph. A colour photograph of an unidentified building. 1970?-
1980? OVERSIZED ITEM

SERIES 10. AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

10/1
AINSE grants - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
research grants provided by Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and
Engineering. Includes grants criteria and priorities, consolidated schedule of
proposals and summaries of proposals. 1983-1984

10/2
AINSE facilities list - reprint. Reprint of the AINSE facilities list for 1983-
1984.

BOX 61

10/3
`AINSE Cyclotron' - miscellaneous material. A large file containing
miscellaneous material related to AINSE's proposal to purchase and install a
variable energy, high intensity, high resolution, isochronous cyclotron. 1974

10/4
`AINSE' - miscellaneous material. A large collection of miscellaneous material
on various subjects related to the administration of the Australian Institute of
Nuclear Science and Engineering. 1973-1980 (2 folders)

10/5
AINSE travel requisitions - photocopies. Photocopies of seven AINSE travel
requisitions, signed by EWT. 1979-1981

10/6
AINSE research fellowships - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to AINSE research fellowships. 1971-1972

BOX 62

10/7
AINSE research fellowships and training grants. Miscellaneous material mainly
related to AINSE research fellowships and training grants. 1970?-1972

10/8
`AINSE correspondence 1970, 1971, 1972' - reprints. Reprints of AINSE's inwards
and outwards correspondence. 1970-1972

10/9
Applications for AINSE postgraduate studentship - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to AINSE postgraduate studentships. 1981

10/10
J. L. Hughes' Appendices to AINSE grant application - reprint. Reprint of J. L.
Hughes' appendices to AINSE grant application. 1974

10/11
AINSE's correspondence with Minister for Minerals and Energy - reprints and
photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of AINSE's correspondence with Minister
for Mineral and Energy, mainly related to its proposal to purchase a high
voltage electron miscroscope as a national science facility. 1975

10/12
AINSE Annual Report 1982-1983 - reprint. Reprint of ~Australian Institute of
Nuclear Science and Engineering: annual report 1982-1983~.

10/13
AINSE memo 7 May 1982. AINSE memo dated 7 May 1982, mainly related to
research in Australia on the technology of prospective fusion power reactors.

10/14
AINSE's letter to Sir M. Mawby - reprint. Reprint of the letter by D.E. Caro
(President of AINSE) to Sir Maurice Mawby, dated 5 June 1970.

10/15
3rd AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the 3rd AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference, Melbourne, 16th-
18th February 1970. 1969-1970

10/16
5th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the 5th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference, Canberra, 11th-
13th February 1974. 1974

10/17
7th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to 7th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference, Melbourne, 2nd-8th
February 1978. 1978

10/18
8th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the 8th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference, Canberra, 4th-6th
February 1980. 1980

BOX 63

10/19
9th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the 9th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference, Melbourne, 8th-
10th February 1982. 1982

10/20
Arrangements for the 10th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference - miscellaneous
material. Miscellaneous material related to the arrangements for the 10th AINSE
Nuclear Physics Conference, Canberra, 6th-8th February 1984. 1984

10/21
10th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference - handbook. Handbook of the 10th
AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference, Canberra, 6th-8th February 1984.

10/22
Administrative arrangements for the 11th AINSE Nuclear Physics Conference -
reprint. Reprint of the administrative arrangements for the 11th AINSE Nuclear
Physics Conference, Melbourne, 3rd-5th February 1986. 1986

10/23
11th AINSE Radiation Biology Conference - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to the 11th AINSE Radiation Biology Conference,
Lucas Heights (NSW), 24th-25th August 1987. Mainly correspondence between the
conference staff and EWT, including nomination forms. 1987

10/24
11th AINSE Radiation Biology Conference - handbook. Handbook of 11th
AINSE Radiation Biology Conference, Lucas Heights (NSW), 24th-25th August
1987. 1987

10/25
13th AINSE Plasma Physics Conference - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the 13th AINSE Plasma Physics Conference, February 1981.
1981

SERIES 11. AUSTRALIAN IONISING RADIATION
ADVISORY COUNCIL

11/1
`Top atom men to go' - photocopy. Photocopy of the article entitled `Top atom
men to go' published in ~Financial Review~. 1973

11/2
AIRAC status report dated March 20 1981 - photocopy. Photocopy of AIRAC
status report dated March 20 1981 on the investigation of the possible effects
on the Australian population from British nuclear weapon tests.

11/3
EWT's meeting with AIRAC - transcript. Transcript of tape of EWT's meeting with
AIRAC, 20 March 1981, on British nuclear weapon tests in Australia.

11/4
AIRAC correspondence - reprints. Reprints of EWT's correspondence with
AIRAC. 1981

11/5
~AIRAC Report 1981~ - reprint. Reprint of the report entitled ~AIRAC Report
1981~ by the Australian Ionising Radiation Advisory Council. 1982

11/6
AIRAC reports numbers 1, 2 and 9 - reprints. Reprints of AIRAC reports numbers
1, 2 and 9 by the Australian Ionising Radiation Advisory Council and other
institutions. 1974-1983

11/7
~British nuclear tests in Australia - a review of operational safety measures
and of possible after-effects~ - reprint. Reprint of the report by Australian
Ionising Radiation Advisory Council entitled ~British nuclear tests in Australia
- a review of operational safety measures and of possible after-effects~. 1983

11/8
~Radioactive waste management : 1980-1981 supplement to AIRAC No 6~ -
reprint. Reprint of the report entitled ~Radioactive waste management : 1980-
1981 supplement to AIRAC No 6~ by the Australian Ionising Radiation Advisory
Council. 1981

BOX 64

11/9
AIRAC Reports 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 - reprints. Reprints of AIRAC reports 4, 5, 7, 9,
10. 1979-1985

11/10
AIRAC'S response to Kerr Committee Report - reprint. Reprints of AIRAC's
letter to B. Cohen (Minister for Home Affairs and Environment), mainly giving
its response to Kerr Committee Report. 1984

SERIES 12. NATIONAL RADIATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE

12/1
`Baxter' - loose pages. Two loose pages labelled `Baxter', relating to NRAC and
AWTSC. 1955

12/2
Fission results - 1956-62 - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to fission results from nuclear weapons tests 1956 - 1962.

Correspondents include Michael Michaelis (The White House).

12/3
~2nd annual report to the Prime Minister~ - reprint. Reprint of NRAC's 2nd
annual report to the Prime Minister. 1959

12/4
NRAC's various reports for the Prime Minister - reprints. Reprints of NRAC's
various reports for the Prime Minister, including information on the report of
the scientific committee on the effects of atomic radiation to the 13th general
assembly of the United Nations. 1959-1972

12/5
Report on legislative control of the uses of ionising radiation in Australia -
reprint. Reprint of NRAC's report to the Prime Minister on legislative control
of the uses of ionising radiation in Australia, July 1960.

12/6
NRAC Information Papers 18 and 19 - reprints. Reprints of NRAC ~Information
Paper~ numbers 18 and 19, marked `Confidential'. 1965

12/7
NRAC's report to the Prime Minister - reprint. Reprint of NRAC's report to the
Prime Minister and related material. 1965-1969

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC); W.J. (Bill) Gibbs (Commonwealth
Bureau of Meteorology); K.W. Pearson (NRAC); R.W. Townsend (Prime Minister's
Department); F. Colin Courtice (NRAC); C.L. Hewitt (Prime Minister's
Department).

BOX 65

12/8
`NRAC and AWTSC' - correspondence. Correspondence between NRAC and
AWTSC. Most pages are labelled `secret', `confidential' or 'restricted'.
1966

Correspondents include A.S. Gaskin (AWTSC); John R. Moroney (AWTSC); R.H.
Mathams (Joint Intelligence Bureau).

12/9
French nuclear weapons tests and atomic radiation. Reprints and photocopies of
material related to French nuclear weapons tests and atomic radiation. 1966

12/10
`NRAC, 3 July 1970' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`NRAC, 3 July 1970', including information related to NRAC's 60th and 61st
meetings. 1970

Correspondents include Ken Anderson (Acting Minister for External Affairs); K.W.
Pearson (NRAC); J. Philip Baxter (Australian Atomic Energy Commission); F. Colin
Courtice (NRAC); John G. Gorton (Prime Minister); R.N. Birch (Australian
Commission, Suva); M.E. Lyon (Australian High Commission, Wellington); C.L.
Hewitt (Prime Minister's Department).

12/11
Material related to environmental radioactivity - reprints. Reprints and
photocopies of miscellaneous material related to environmental radioactivity.
1970

12/12
Publications list - correspondence and reprints. A list of publications held by
Prime Minister's Department and related correspondence. 1970

12/13
`Biological aspects of fallout in Australia from French nuclear weapons
explosions in the Pacific, May - August 1970' - reprint. Reprint of NRAC report
entitled `Biological aspects of fallout in Australia from French nuclear weapons
explosions in the Pacific, May - August 1970'. 1970-1971

12/14
NRAC and related institutions - correspondence. Correspondence between NRAC
and related institutions on various subjects. 1971

Correspondents include A.J. Ayers (NRAC); E.J. Bunting (Department of the Prime
Minister and Cabinet); F. Colin Courtice (NRAC); Condor L. Laucke (Senate);
Peter Howson (Minister for the Environment, Aborigines and the Arts).

12/15
Burial of radioactive waste - reprints. Reprints of material related to burial
of radioactive waste. 1972

12/16
NRAC's involvements in visits of nuclear powered vessels to Australian ports -
photocopies. Photocopies of material related to NRAC's involvements in visits of
nuclear powered vessels to Australian ports. 1972

Correspondents include F. Colin Courtice (NRAC); A.J. Ayers (NRAC); C.A. Adams
(NRAC); John R. Moroney (AWTSC).

12/17
NRAC's 70th meeting - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material, including
correspondence, agenda and minutes, related to NRAC's 70th meeting held in
Canberra in October 1972. 1972

12/18
Biological aspects of fallout in Australia from French nuclear weapons
explosions in the Pacific - reprint. Reprints of information and correspondence
related to the biological aspects of fallout in Australia from French nuclear
weapons explosions in the Pacific, June - August, 1971. 1972-1973

Correspondents include F.E. Peters (NRAC); Lance Barnard (Acting Prime
Minister); John R. Moroney (AWTSC); E. Gough Whitlam (Prime Minister); W.J.
Gibbs (Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology).

12/19
`NRAC statement' - reprints. Reprints of NRAC's statement on uranium and related
material. 1977

SERIES 13. ATOMIC WEAPONS TESTS SAFETY
COMMITTEE

BOX 66

13/1
`Personal' - Atomic Weapons Tests Safety Committee. Correspondence labelled
`Personal', mainly correspondence between EWT and Atomic Weapons Tests Safety
Committee. 1951-1960

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Secretary); E.A. Clark (Australian
National University London Office).

13/2
AWTSC and Institute of Defence Science - correspondence. Miscellaneous
material, mainly correspondence between AWTSC and Institute of Defence Science.
1957-1973

Correspondents include Lance Barnard (Minister for Supply); William J. Gibbs
(Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology); Ambassador of France (Canberra); John
Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); R.V. Garland (Minister for Supply); Neil
Currie (Department of Supply); F. Colin Courtice (John Curtin School of Medical
Research); Anthony J. Ayers (Department of the Environment, Aborigines and the
Arts); Alan S. Cooley (Department of Supply); Alan Sharpe (Institute of Defence
Science); Kenneth R. Bussell (Institute of Defence Science); J. Tregallas-
Williams (Institute of Defence Science); Herbert S. Green (University of
Adelaide); F.M. McDonough (Institute of Defence Science).

13/3
AWTSC - correspondence. EWT's correspondence with AWTSC and related
institutions concerning safety of atomic weapons tests. 1957-1973

Correspondents include Lance Barnard (Minister for Supply); R.V. Garland
(Minister for Supply); Alan S. Cooley (Department of Supply); R.S. McIntyre
(Department of Supply representative in London); Alan Sharpe (Department of
Supply); John L. Farrands (Department of Supply); John Bunting (Prime Minister's
Department); W. O'Connor (Department of Supply); John Moroney (AWTSC Secretary);
D.W. Williams (Defence Standards Laboratories); John Knott (Department of
Supply); J. Tregallas-Williams (Department of Supply); Ben G. Gates (Institute
of Defence Science); Alan Butement (Department of Supply); K.C. Land (Department
of Supply); John C. Jaeger (Australian National University); Keith E. Bullen
(University of Sydney); T.M. Wilson (U.K. Defence Research and Supply Staff,
Melbourne); Sydney Sunderland (University of Melbourne); Alan S. Hulme (Minister
for Supply); Allen Fairhall (Minister for Supply); Richard G. Casey (Minister
for External Affairs); E.L. Cook (Department of Supply); Howard S. Beale
(Minister for Supply); W.H. Wheeler (United Kingdom Ministry of Supply Staff,
Melbourne).

13/4
`TOP SECRET' material - miscellaneous. A file containing miscellaneous material
related to Maralinga experimental program 1960. The file was stamped `TOP
SECRET'. 1960

13/5
`Papers for meetings : AWTSC Maralinga May 6 - 8, Professor E. W. Titterton
CMG' - file. A file containing miscellaneous material, marked with `Papers for
meetings : AWTSC Maralinga May 6 - 8, Professor E. W. Titterton.' 1962-1964

13/6
Radiological safety inspection of the Maralinga range - miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous material related to the radiological safety inspection of the
Maralinga range in 1972. 1970-1973

13/7
AWTSC correspondence with EWT - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material, mainly correspondence between EWT and AWTSC and related institutions.
Includes minutes of 170th AWTSC meeting. 1961-1971

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); Alan S. Cooley
(Department of Supply); Kenneth Anderson (Minister for Supply); James M. Rendel
(CSIRO Division of Animal Genetics); Francis Fox (Defence Standards
Laboratories); Don Stevens (Commonwealth X-Ray and Radium Laboratory); R.S.
Bruce (UK Agricultural Research Council); E.J. Bunting (Prime Minister's
Department); Sydney Sunderland (University of Melbourne); A.J. Roennfeldt
(Defence Standards Laboratories); Allen Fairhall (Minister for Supply); Patrick
F.D. Shaw (Department of External Affairs); Louis Radisson (Embassy of France);
W.J. Gibbs (Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology); J.L. Knott (Department of
Supply); Roy Pilgrim (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment); Paul Hansen
(CSIRO); N. Levin (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment); K.H. Herde (Prime
Minister's Department).

BOX 67

13/8
Moroney, J.R., CONFIDENTIAL. Miscellaneous correspondence. 1965-1970

13/9
AWTSC Secretary's letter to EWT - correspondence. Letter from J. R. Moroney
(AWTSC Secretary) to EWT on 18 May 1966

13/10
AWTSC programme concerning monitoring of fall-out - reprints. Reprints of
AWTSC programme concerning monitoring of fall-out over Australia before, during
and after French nuclear weapon tests in the Pacific. 1965-1966

13/11
AWTSC - file labelled `polarisation'. Miscellaneous material, including
preliminary information, statements to the press, reports and correspondence,
etc, mainly related to fallout monitoring program from French nuclear weapon
tests in Australia. 1966

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Secretary); Don J. Stevens
(Commonwealth X-Ray and Radium Laboratory).

13/12
`Personal' - miscellaneous material. Material related to EWT's personal matters,
mainly financial issues in his official trips overseas. Also includes his
speeches overseas marked with `Top Secret'. 1966-1970

Correspondents include Keith W. Pearson (NRAC); John R. Moroney (AWTSC
Secretary); John G. Crawford (Australian National University); Alan S. Cooley
(Department of Supply); E.J. Lewin (Department of External Affairs).

13/13
Miscellaneous material - reprints and photocopies. Miscellaneous material mainly
related to AWTSC's correspondence with various institutions, survey on Monte
Bello Islands and strontium 90 in Australian environment during 1968. Includes
minutes of 166th and 167th AWTSC meeting. 1969

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); Francis A. Fox
(Department of Supply); Colin Duggleby (Commonwealth X-Ray and Radium
Laboratory); Alan S. Cooley (Department of Supply); Don J. Stevens (Commonwealth
X-Ray and Radium Laboratory); K.A. Smith (Agricultural Research Council).

13/14
After-effects of nuclear tests - photocopies. Photocopies of EWT's
correspondence with journal editors and government officials on after-effects of
nuclear tests. 1969

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); Alan S. Cooley
(Department of Supply); Kenneth Anderson (Minister for Supply).

13/15
Proposed establishment of AWTSC technical staff - reprints. Reprints of
correspondence and documents related to proposed establishment of AWTSC
technical staff. 1969

13/16
Strontium 90 and caesium 137 in the Australian environment - reprint. Reprints
of AWTSC's reports numbers 2 and 3 concerning strontium 90 and caesium 137 in
the Australian environment during 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972. 1971

13/17
AWTSC reports numbers 4 and 5 - reprints. Reprints of AWTSC reports numbers
4 and 5. 1972

13/18
AWTSC report Number 6 - photocopy. Photocopied draft version of AWTSC
report number 6. 1971

BOX 68

13/19
Fallout monitoring operation - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to fallout monitoring operation. 1970-1971

13/20
Four-page telexes. Four-page telexes from Melbourne to EWT concerning
monitoring of fallout over Australia. 1972

13/21
Nuclear fallout monitoring - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
concerning nuclear fallout monitoring. Includes minutes of 192nd, 193rd and
194th AWTSC meeting. 1972

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); L. Charles
Birch (University of Sydney); H.L. Beaney (South Australian Engineering and
Water Supply Department); Peter H. Springell (Rockhampton).

13/22
Minutes of the 171st, 172nd, 173rd, and 174th AWTSC meetings -
miscellaneous. Minutes of the 171st, 172nd, 173rd and 174th AWTSC meetings and
related material. 1970

13/23
Minutes of the 176th, 177th and 178th AWTSC meetings - miscellaneous.
Minutes of the 176th, 177th and 178th AWTSC meeting and related material. 1970

13/24
Draft minutes of the 180th AWSTC meeting - miscellaneous. Draft minutes of the
180th AWTSC meeting and related material. 1971

13/25
Agenda for the 182nd AWTSC meeting - reprint. Reprint of the agenda for the
182nd AWTSC meeting, with the minutes of the 181st AWTSC meeting. 1971

BOX 69

13/26
Minutes of the 184th AWTSC meeting - miscellaneous. Minutes of the 184th
AWTSC meeting and related material. 1971

13/27
Minutes of the 196th AWTSC meeting - miscellaneous. Minutes of the 196th
AWTSC meeting and related material. 1972-1973

13/28
AWTSC - miscellaneous correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence between
AWTSC and related individuals and institutions on safety of nuclear weapons
tests. Includes minutes of 65th and 66th National Radiation Advisory Committee
meetings and 197th AWTSC meeting. 1970-1973

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); F. Colin
Courtice (National Radiation Advisory Committee).

13/29
`Provisional distribution list of reports in AWTSC series' - reprint. Reprint of
the list entitled `Provisional distribution list of reports in AWTSC series' and
related correspondence. 1971

13/30
Radiological protection - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to AWTSC's strategies and management of radiological protection. Includes
minutes of 189th and 191st AWTSC meetings and 67th National Radiation Advisory
Committee meeting. 1971-1972 (2 folders)

Correspondents include O.J. Eggen (Australian National University); John R.
Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); Bruce W. Graham (Member of Parliament); F.
Colin Courtice (John Curtin School of Medical Research); Neil Currie (Department
of Supply); R.V. Garland (Minister for Supply).

BOX 70

13/31
`1972 budget and staffing : confidential' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to 1972 budget and staffing. 1971-1972

13/32
AWTSC - correspondence. Correspondence mainly between EWT and the Atomic
Weapons Tests Safety Committee. 1972

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (AWTSC Executive Officer); Don J. Stevens
(Commonwealth Radiation Laboratory).

13/33
`Note for file R57/6/31' - photocopies. Photocopies of the information entitled
`Note for file R57/6/31'. 1972

13/34
Visits by nuclear powered warships to Australian ports - miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous material related to visits by nuclear powered warships to
Australian ports. Includes minutes of 193rd AWTSC meeting. 1972

Correspondents include R.V. Garland (Minister for Supply).

SERIES 14. ANZAAS

14/1
ANZAAS 31st and 32nd meetings - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the ANZAAS 31st meeting (Melbourne, 1955) and 32nd meeting
(Dunedin, 1957). 1955-1956

14/2
`ANZAAS Presidential address' - reprint. Reprints of presidential addresses to
ANZAAS 1958 and 1961 conferences. 1958-1964

Contents: 'Science and the future of humanity' - presidential address delivered
by Professor M.L. Oliphant to ANZAAS conference in 1958; 'The future of nuclear
physics in Australia' - presidential address by Professor E.W. Titterton to
ANZAAS conference in 1961; ABC talk regarding ANZAAS conference by EWT on 23
January 1964.

14/3
ANZAAS congresses - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
ANZAAS 38th Congress (Hobart, 1965), 39th Congress (Melbourne, 1967) and 40th
Congress (Christchurch, 1968). 1965-1968

14/4
`ANZAAS 1968' - miscellaneous material. A file containing miscellaneous
material, marked with `ANZAAS 1968'. Includes a copy of `Draft Constitution'.
1968-1969

14/5
ANZAAS conferences - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
ANZAAS conferences. 1971-1980

14/6
ANZAAS 44th Congress - conference papers. Conference papers of the ANZAAS
44th congress. 1972

14/7
`ANZAAS Tasmania 1976" - miscellaneous. Miscellaneous material related the
ANZAAS 47th meeting, Hobart, 1976. 1976

BOX 71

14/8
`ANZAAS 1980' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
ANZAAS 50th Congress in Adelaide in 1980. 1980-1981

14/9
ANZAAS 52nd congress - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to ANZAAS 52nd congress, Sydney, 1982. 1981

14/10
`ANZAAS 1982' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
ANZAAS conference, Sydney, 1982. Includes EWT's presidential address entitled
`World energy requirements and their supply'. 1982

14/11
`Science in a changing society' - reprint. Second circular for 56th ANZAAS,
Palmerston North, New Zealand, 1987, with the theme `Science in a changing
society'. 1987

SERIES 15. FILMS

15/1
Film catalogues and related material - reprints and correspondence. Reprints of
film catalogues concerning nuclear research and related correspondence. 1955-
1968

SERIES 16. RESEARCH

16/1
`Excavation layout' - photocopies. Photocopies of an illustration entitled
`Excavation layout' and attached explanation. 1975?-1985?

16/2
`Book, diagrams and negatives' - miscellaneous material. A large file containing
miscellaneous material, marked `Book, diagrams and negatives'. 1953-1977

16/3
`Draft proposal for study group on Australian nuclear facilities' - photocopy.
Photocopy of printout entitled `Draft proposal for study group on Australian
nuclear facilities'. 1972

16/4
`Tachyons : E W Titterton March 1974' - miscellaneous material. A file
containing miscellaneous material labelled as `Tachyons : E W Titterton March
1974'. 1971-1974

16/5
`Neutrons' - miscellaneous material. A file containing miscellaneous material
entitled `Neutrons'. 1949-1985

16/6
`Miscellaneous prints' - figures. Miscellaneous prints for figures in scientific
papers. 1970?-1980?

SERIES 17. AUSTRALIAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION

 

BOX 72

17/1
AAEC, Scientific Advisory Committee, 7th meeting - miscellaneous material. A
file containing miscellaneous material related to the 7th meeting of AAEC's
Scientific Advisory Committee. 1955

17/2
AAEC, Scientific Advisory Committee, 8th meeting - miscellaneous material. A
file containing miscellaneous material related to the 8th meeting of AAEC's
Scientific Advisory Committee. 1955

17/3
`Australian Atomic Energy Commission : correspondence - 1955/56' -
miscellaneous material. A large file mainly containing AAEC's inwards and
outwards correspondence, including Business Advisory Group Newsletters. 1955-
1956 (2 folders)

17/4
Australian Atomic Energy Commission' - correspondence. Correspondence
between EWT and the Australian Atomic Energy Commission. 1970-1981

17/5
`AAEC Research Establishment, Lucas Heights, NSW' - reprint. Reprint of
organisation chart of Nuclear Science and Technology Branch, AAEC Research
Establishment, Lucas Heights, NSW. 1974

17/6
AAEC ~Information Paper~ IP8 and IP9 - reprints. Reprints of AAEC
~Information Paper~ IP8 and IP9 on health and safety in nuclear industry. 1975

17/7
`Australian Atomic Energy Commission : Research Establishment' - photocopy.
Photocopy of the AAEC report to the Minister for National Development on review
of research activities and capacity and proposals for the future. 1979

17/8
`Introducing ANSTO' - pamphlet. A pamphlet introducing Australian Nuclear
Science & Technology Organisation. 1987?

17/9
~Nuclear News~ - reprint. Reprint of ~Nuclear News~, June 1987, by Australian
Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation. 1987

SERIES 18. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. DEPARTMENT OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS

BOX 73

18/1
`Works published by members of the Department of Nuclear Physics under
EWT's direction - reprints. Reprints of journal articles published by members of
the Department of Nuclear Physics under EWT's direction. 1953-1954

18/2
`Proposal for extension of tandem accelerator' - reprint. Reprint of the
proposal for extension of tandem accelerator by the Department of Nuclear
Physics to the Australian Universities Commission. 1967

18/3
`Proposal for extension of tandem accelerator' - reprint. Reprint of proposal
for extension of tandem accelerator by Department of Nuclear Physics, with EWT's
letter to Sir J. Crawford, Fiscal Adviser, attached. 1967

18/4
Proposal for extension of tandem accelerator - reprint. Reprint of the proposal
submitted to the Australian Universities Commission for the triennium 1970 -
1972 by the Department of Nuclear Physics for extension of tandem accelerator.
1967

18/5
Proposals for additions to the facilities of the Department of Nuclear Physics
during the triennium 1967-69' - reprint. Reprint of EWT's proposal for additions
to the facilities of the Department of Nuclear Physics during the triennium
1967-69. 1967-1969

18/6
`Third submission to the Australian Universities Commission for the triennium
1967-69 : tandem accelerator' - reprint. Reprint of the third submission by the
Australian National University to the Australian Universities Commission for the
triennium 1967-1969 : tandem accelerator. 1965

18/7
User requirements and relative responsibilities for the construction of a 14 UD
accelerator tower - reprints. Reprints of documents related to user requirements
and relative responsibilities for the construction of a 14 UD accelerator tower.
1970

18/8
`14 UD - legal file' - photocopies and reprints. Mainly photocopies and reprints
concerning legal matters related to the management of 14 UD Pelletron
Accelerator. 1970-1972

18/9
`Civil and Civic' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
business relations between the Research School of Physical Sciences and Civil &
Civic Pty. Limited. 1970-1971

18/10
`Babcock and Wilcox'- reference drawings. Two large files containing 14 UD
reference drawings, labelled as `Babcock and Wilcox'. Also includes a book
entitled ~Products and services directory~. 1971 (2 folders)

BOX 74

18/11
`P. W. R. Babcock Wilcox' - handwritten page. Half of a handwritten page marked
`P.W.R. Babcock Wilcox'. 1970?-1980?

18/12
Progress with 14 UD Accelerator - correspondence. Correspondence between
EWT and staff of relevant companies related to progress with 14 UD Accelerator.
1970-1971

18/13
`Bills of quantities for construction of 14 UD machine tower for the Australian
National University' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `Bills of
quantities for construction of 14 UD machine tower for the Australian National
University'. 1971

18/14
`14 UD Machinery Tower : ANU. 71/E/468' - plan. Plan of 14 UD machinery tower,
marked `ANU. 71/E/468'. 1971

18/15
National Electrostatics Corporation Plans. 6 sheets of plans for the 14 UD
Pelletron Accelerator. 1972. OVERSIZED ITEM

18/16
Official opening of new nuclear structure facility by E.G. Whitlam -
miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to the official opening
of the new nuclear structure facility by E.G. Whitlam. 1973

18/17
`The opening of the new nuclear structure facility, including the 14UD pelletron
accelerator' - proofs. Typed masters for duplication of E.G. Whitlam's speech at
the opening of the new nuclear structure facility, including the 14UD pelletron
accelerator, Canberrra, 1 September 1973.

18/18
E.G. Whitlam's speech - photocopies. Photocopies of the speech by E.G. Whitlam
(MP) at the opening of a nuclear structure facility at the ANU. 1973

18/19
`14 UD opening', 1 September 1973. Miscellaneous material related to the opening
of new nuclear structure research facility on 1 September 1973.

18/20
`Opening of the new nuclear structure facility' - pamphlet. Pamphlet of the
speech by the Hon. E.G. Whitlam delivered on 1 September 1973, entitled `Opening
of the new nuclear structure facility including the 14 UD pelletron
accelerator'. 1973

18/21
Roneoed guide to the display of the 14UD pelletron accelerator - reprints.
Reprints of the reneoed guide to the display of the 14 UD pelletron accelerator.
1970?-1980?

18/22
`Acceptance of 14 UD accelerator' - memorandum. Memorandum related to
acceptance of 14 UD accelerator by Research School of Physical Sciences,
Australian National University. 1974

18/23
`The 14UD pelletron accelerator' - photocopies. Photocopies of D.C. Weisser's
report entitled `The 14UD pelletron accelerator'. 1977?

18/24
`14 UD tank opening report No. 11' - reprint. Reprint of 14 UD tank opening
report No. 11. 1978

18/25
`14 UD tank opening report No 26' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 26'. 1981

18/26
`14UD tank operating reports' - photocopies. Photocopies of a series of reports
concerning 14 UD tank operating. 1976-1981

18/27
`14 UD tank opening report No 31' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 31'. 1981

18/28
`14 UD tank opening report No 32' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 32'. 1982

18/29
`14 UD tank opening report No 34' - photocopies. Photocopies of `14 UD tank
opening report No 34'. 1982

18/30
`14 UD tank opening report No 35' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 35'. 1982

18/31
`14 UD tank opening report no. 36' - photocopy. Photocopy of the report entitled
`Australian National University, Department of Nuclear Physics, 14 UD tank
opening report no. 36'. 1982

18/32
`14 UD tank opening report No 37' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 37'. 1983

18/33
`14 UD tank opening report No 38' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 38'. 1983

18/34
`14 UD tank opening report no. 39 - photocopy. Photocopy of a report entitled
`Australian National University, Department of Nuclear Physics, 14 UD tank
opening report no.39'. 1983

18/35
`14 UD tank opening report No 40' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 40'. 1983

18/36
`14 U D tank opening report no. 44' - reprint. Reprint of the report entitled
`Australian National University, Department of Nuclear Physics, 14 UD tank
opening report no. 44. 1984

18/37
`14 UD tank opening report No 46' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No. 46'. 1984

18/38
`14 UD tank opening report No 47' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 47'. 1984

18/39
`14 UD tank opening report No 49' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 49'. 1985

18/40
`14 UD tank opening report no. 50' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled
`Australian National University, Department of Nuclear Physics, 14 UD tank
opening report No. 50'. 1985

18/41
`14 UD tank opening report No 51' - reprint. Reprint of `14 UD tank opening
report No 51'. 1985

18/42
`14 UD tank opening report no. 56' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled
`Australian National University, Department of Nuclear Physics, 14 UD tank
opening report no. 56'. 1987

18/43
`Department of Nuclear Physics - publications, appendix C' - reprint. Reprint of
the document entitled `Department of Nuclear Physics - publications, appendix
C'. 1958

18/44
`The scientific revolution' - reprints. Reprints of journal articles, labelled
`The scientific revolution'. 1962-1963

18/45
`T.R.O's papers and marks' - students' examination papers. Students'
examination papers. 1965

BOX 75

18/46
Students' examination papers (2). Students' examination papers. 1965?

18/47
` 4. Others' - miscellaneous. Miscellaneous material concerning reports on PhD
students and academic staff members, labelled as `4. Others'. 1967-1973

18/48
`Post-EN tandem physics' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to post-EN tandem physics. 1967

18/49
W. J. O'Connell's application for postdoctoral research position - reprint.
Letter from W.J. O'Connell to EWT, applying for postdoctoral research position.
1968

18/50
`Capital building program' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `The
Australian National University, Submission to the Australian Universities
Commission for the Triennium 1970-1972, Part Two : Capital Building Program'.
1967-1969

18/51
Upgrading of tandem generator at the ANU - photocopies. Photocopies of page 5
to page 15 from an unknown document related to upgrading of tandem generator at
the ANU. 1975?-1980?

18/52
`Chair & trip' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to EWT's
2nd term as Chairman of the Department of Nuclear Physics. 1969

18/53
Letter to EWT from Auckland Accessory Company Limited (ANAC) -
photocopy. Photocopy of the letter to EWT from Auckland Accessory Company
Limited, dated 6 January 1970.

18/54
The shipping of injection system - correspondence. Correspondence between EWT
and Spectromagnetic Industries (U. S. A.) concerning the shipping of injection
system from California to Canberra. 1970-1972

18/55
Comments by G.P. Clarkson - handwritten notes. Handwritten comments by G.P.
Clarkson. 1971

18/56
`Tandem notes # 2. 1971' - reprint. Reprint of T.R. Ophel's summary report
entitled `Tandem notes # 2, 1971', dated 19 February 1971.

18/57
`Tandem notes # 3' - reprint. Reprint of T.R. Ophel's summary report entitled
`Tandem notes # 3', dated March 18, 1971.

18/58
`Note for weekly newsletter' - reprint. Reprint of a one-page note entitled
`Note for weekly newsletter'. 1970?-1980?

18/59
~Australian National University News~, Vol. 6, No. 1 - reprint. Reprint of
~Australian National University News~, Vol. 6, No. 1. 1971

18/60
EWT and High Voltage Engineering Corporation - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to business relations between EWT and High
Voltage Engineering Corporation. Mainly correspondence between them. 1971

18/61
`Director' - correspondence. Correspondence between staff and EWT, Director of
Research School of Physical Sciences. 1972

18/62
Departmental matters - miscellaneous. Miscellaneous material related to
administration in the Department of Nuclear Physics. 1973

18/63
`Visitors to the department and the University' - correspondence. Inwards and
outwards correspondence related to the visitors to the Department of Nuclear
Physics and the Australian National University. 1970-1973

Correspondents and visitors include Daniel Golan (Sigolev); C.O. Alley
(University of Maryland); Maurice M. Shapiro; Allen B. Robbins (Rutgers
University); K. Shevanandan (Naval Research Laboratory); Jack H. Martin
(University of Dundee); Nicholas Kurti (University of Oxford); Hugh Ford; Colin
F. Holten (Dynavac High Vacuum); Tom Lauritsen (Kellogg Radiation Laboratory);
George C. Morrison (Argonne National Laboratory).

18/64
`Visitors to the department (short-term)' - correspondence. Correspondence
related to short-term visitors to the Department of Nuclear Physics. 1970

Correspondents and visitors include William S. Rodney (National Science
Foundation); G.R. Isaak (University of Melbourne); J. Rotblat (London); Harlan
W. Lefevre (University of Oregon); Chu Chung Hsu (National Tsing Hua
University); Philip Moon (Birmingham); Ian F. Wright (University of Manchester);
Joan Freeman (AERE Harwell); T. Mikumo (Tokyo University of Education); Kenji
Katori (Tokyo University of Education); Stanley S. Hanna (Stanford University);
Rudolph Peierls; Felix Bloch (Stanford University); Brian Spicer (University of
Melbourne); Bill Stephens (University of Melbourne); Robert M. Kenedi
(University of Strathclyde); James L. Tuck (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory);
Hilary Morton (Australian National University); Charles N. Watson-Munro
(University of Sydney); R.E. Shamu (Western Michigan University); Michael J.
Buckingham (University of Western Australia); K.D. Magill (State University of
New York at Buffalo); J. Brian A. England (University of Birmingham); P.M.
Neumann (University of Oxford).

18/65
`Visitors to the department (long-term)' - miscellaneous material. A file
containing information on C.M. Bartle, a long term research fellow in the
Department of Nuclear Physics. 1974-1976 (2 folders)

BOXES 76-77

18/66
Purchase request books - duplicate copies. Duplicate copies of the purchase
request books of the Department of Nuclear Physics, the Australian National
University. 1975-1985 (2 folders - 1 in BOX 77)

BOX 77

18/67
`Summary of departmental safety committee meeting on 3rd August 1977' -
reprint. Reprint of summary of departmental safety committee meeting on 3rd
August 1977.

18/68
`Performance of 12 UD pelletron tandem accelerator' - photocopy. Photocopy of
one-page introduction to performance of 12 UD pelletron tandem accelerator.1977

18/69
1978 Annual Report - reprint. Reprint of the 1978 annual report of Department of
Nuclear Physics, Australian National University.

18/70
`Department of Nuclear Physics' - an introduction. Reprint of an introduction to
Department of Nuclear Physics, Australian National University. 1977?

18/71
New Zealand's proposal for the purchase of an EN tandem accelerator -
photocopies. Photocopies of New Zealand's proposal for the purchase of an EN
tandem accelerator from Research School of Physical Sciences, Australian
National University. 1979

BOX 78

18/72
`Research meetings Minutes - 1971, 1977, 1978, 1979' - reprints. Reprints of the
minutes of the research meetings held by Department of Nuclear Physics in 1971,
1977, 1978 and 1979. 1971-1979

18/73
Departmental meeting, 12 January 1973 - minutes. Minutes of the meeting held by
the Department of Nuclear Physics on 12 January 1973.

18/74
Minutes of Departmental meeting, 22 August 1973 - reprint. Reprint of the
minutes of the meeting of Nuclear Physics Department, 22 August 1973.

18/75
Nuclear Physics Department meetings, 19 September, 3 October, 1973 - minutes.
Minutes of Nuclear Physics Department meetings on 19 September and 3 October
1973 respectively.

18/76
Departmental meetings - minutes. Minutes of various meetings held by the
Department of Nuclear Physics. 1974-1984

18/77
Research meeting 9 April 1980 - minutes. Minutes of the research meeting held on
9 April 1980 by Department of Nuclear Physics.

18/78
Research meetings held in the seminar room of the Department of Nuclear
Physics - minutes. Minutes of various research meetings held in the seminar room
of the Department of Nuclear Physics. 1980-1981

18/79
Minutes of research meeting, 15 July 1981 - photocopies. Photocopies of the
minutes of the research meeting held by Department of Nuclear Physics, 15 July
1981.

18/80
Minutes of research meeting, 15 July 1981 - photocopies. Photocopies of the
minutes of the research meeting held by Department of Nuclear Physics, 15 July
1981 [sic]. Probably 29 July.

18/81
Departmental research meeting, 21 October 1981 - minutes. Minutes of the
research meeting held by Department of Nuclear Physics, 21 October 1981.

18/82
Departmental research meeting on 16 December 1981 - minutes. Minutes of
research meeting held by the Department of Nuclear Physics on 16 December 1981.

18/83
Departmental research meetings - minutes. Minutes of departmental research
meetings held by Department of Nuclear Physics. 1982-1983

18/84
Nuclear physics departmental research meetings - minutes. Minutes of various
departmental research meetings in Department of Nuclear Physics. 1982-1987

18/85
`Nuclear Physics Department, research meeting' - photocopy. Photocopy of the
minutes of the Nuclear Physics Department's research meeting on 1 November 1983.

18/86
Departmental research meeting, 10 November 1983 - minutes. Minutes of the
research meeting held by Department of Nuclear Physics, 10 November 1983.

18/87
Departmental research meeting, 7 July 1987 - minutes. Minutes of the Nuclear
Physics Department's research meeting on 7 July.

18/88
Departmental annual reports - reprints. Reprints of incomplete annual reports of
the Department of Nuclear Physics. 1964-1985 (3 folders)

18/89
`3-million-volt tandem Van De Graaff accelerator' - reprint. Reprint of the
report by High Voltage Engineering Corporation (USA) for Kuwait University,
entitled `3-million-volt tandem Van De Graaff accelerator'. 1977

18/90
`Staff and Students : alphabetical and chronological' - typed list. A typed list
of staff and students in Nuclear Physics Department in alphabetical and
chronological order. 1979?

18/91
`Nuclear physics staff : Sir Ernest Titterton' - typed list. A typed list of the
staff in Department of Nuclear Physics. 1981?

18/92
~SHEBA : superconducting heavy ion booster accelerators~ - reprints. Two
copies of the proposal entitled ~SHEBA : superconducting heavy ion booster
accelerators~, put forward by Department of Nuclear Physics. 1980?-1990?

BOX 79

18/93
Confidential material for `prompt circulation' - correspondence. Confidential
material for prompt circulation concerning pulser and post-accelerator
proposals. 1980

18/94
`Stony Brook Costing as at 2/9/79' - reprint. Reprint of financial report
entitled `Stony Brook Costing as at 2/9/79', with EWT's handwritten corrections
and notes. 1980

18/95
`Contribution for annual report' - photocopies. Photocopies of memorandum from
Mary Winch to all contributors to annual report of the Institute of Advanced
Studies, Research School of Physical Sciences, ANU. 1980-1981

18/96
J.B.A. England's report on a study visit to the Department of Nuclear Physics -
reprint. Reprint of J.B.A. England's report on a study visit to the Department
of Nuclear Physics, Australian National University. 1983

SERIES 19. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. RESEARCH SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES

19/1
2 memos from Laboratory Manager, RSPS - memos. 2 memos to EWT from
Laboratory Manager, Research School of Physical Sciences, regarding
international conference in Seoul, and sale of EN Tandem and 26MV Cyclotron.
1981

19/2
`Request for research facilities by Sir Mark Oliphant' - reprints. Reprints of
the document entitled `Request for research facilities by Sir Mark Oliphant',
dated 24 October 1969.

19/3
Administrative matters - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to administrative matters of the Faculty Board in the Research School of
Physical Sciences. 1970-1972

19/4
`Heads of Schools, 8 April 1972' - photocopies and reprints. Photocopies and
reprints of letters and documents by/for Heads of Research Schools in the
Australian National University. 1970?-1971?

19/5
`Triennium submission 1973-75, preliminary report' - reprint. Reprint of the
document entitled `The Research School of Physical Sciences, Triennium
Submission, Preliminary report', prepared for EWT. 1970

19/6
`Research School of Physical Sciences, running costs 1973' - reprints. Reprints
of nine-page tables entitled `Research School of Physical Sciences, Running
Costs 1973'. 1973

19/7
`School Committee 1964' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to administrative matters of the School Committee, Research School of Physical
Sciences. 1964 (2 folders)

19/8
~Advance~, No. 2, 1986 - reprint. Reprint of ~Advance~, No. 2, 1986, newsletter
of Research School of Physical Sciences. 1986

19/9
Headships of the Australian National University and its Research Schools -
correspondence. Correspondence between the Australian National University and
the heads of its research schools. 1973

19/10
`Weekly bulletin (RSPhysS)' - reprints. Reprints of incomplete collection of
~R.S. Phys. S, Weekly Bulletin'. 1979-1981

19/11
`Correspondence to Director' - correspondence. Correspondence between EWT
and Director of Research School of Physical Sciences. 1973-1979

BOX 80

19/12
`Comments on the headship of the Research School of Physical Sciences' -
reprint. Reprint of EWT's note entitled `Comments on the headship of the
Research School of Physical Science [sic]'. 1980?-1985?

19/13
`Colloquia for 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to colloquia held in 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 in the Research
School of Physical Sciences. 1964-1967

19/14
`Physics, Head of School Committee and Divisions' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to the administration of School Committee and
Divisions. 1968

19/15
`Research School of Physical Sciences : overtime' - reprint. Reprints of the
annual summary of financial allocation and actual expenditure in all
administrative divisions in the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1965

19/16
Administration by School Committee - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to administration by School Committee, Research School of
Physical Sciences. 1965-1966 (2 folders)

19/17
`Heads of Schools' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
work by, and correspondence among, Heads of Research Schools in the Australian
National University. 1965-1966 (2 folders)

19/18
`Laboratory Manager' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
the administration by Laboratory Manager, Research School of Physical Sciences.
1966

19/19
1965 budget of the Research School of Physical Sciences - reprint. Reprint of
1965 budget of the Research School of Physical Sciences.

19/20
`Modifications to 1967-69 submission' - reprint. Reprint of the report entitled
`Modification to 1967-69 submission' by the Research School of Physical
Sciences. 1965?

BOX 81

19/21
Report on Homopolar generator overload accident - reprint. Reprint of the report
on Homopolar generator overload accident and related material. 1968

19/22
`Accelerator guff' - reprints. Reprints of EWT's proposal for additions to the
facilities of the Department of Nuclear Physics during the triennium 1967 - 69
and 1970 - 72 and related material. 1967

19/23
Regular meetings of Faculty Board, Research School of Physical Sciences.
Miscellaneous matertial related to various regular meetings of Faculty Board,
Research School of Physical Sciences. 1973-1974

19/24
`RSPhysS, budget 1961-63' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to the 1961-63 budget of the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1961

19/25
`U.C.G. forward look and recommendations 1961-63; estimates 1961-62' -
miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to 1961-63 budgets and
estimates of the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1960-1963

19/26
`Revised estimates 1961-62' - reprints. Reprints of the material labelled
`Revised estimates 1961-62'. 1961-1962

19/27
The third draft of the University Capital Works and Services Estimates -
reprints. Reprints of the third draft of Capital Works and Services Estimates
for 1961-62, the Australian National University. 1961-1962

19/28
`Monthly News Sheets' - reprint. Reprints of `Monthly news sheet', reporting on
matters of general interest within the Research School of Physical Sciences.
1972-1973

19/29
Budgetary papers - reprints. Reprints of budgetary papers of the Research School
of Physical Sciences, including running costs and budget commitments. 1973

19/30
Budget papers - miscellaneous. Miscellaneous material related to the 1972-73
budgets of the Australian National University and the Research School of
Physical Sciences. 1972-1973

19/31
Lecture notes by Dr E. Weigold - copies. Copies of the lecture notes by Dr E.
Weigold given in the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1962

19/32
EWT's memo to Director - copy. Copy of EWT's memo to the Director of the
Research School of Physical Sciences concerning his overseas trip. 1983

19/33
S. Kaneff's comment on the RSPhysS' strategic plan - copy. Copy of S. Kaneff's
comment on the strategic plan of the Research School of Physical Sciences, dated
18 August 1986.

19/34
Agenda of a special Faculty meeting - copy. Copy of the agenda of the special
Faculty meeting held on 27 July 1983 in the Research School of Physical
Sciences.

19/35
Agenda for regular Faculty meetings - copies. Copies of the agenda for regular
Faculty meetings of the Research School of Physical Sciences for 1985 and 1987
respectively.

19/36
`Guidelines for advising on and the determination of resource allocation..' -
Copy. Copy of `Guidelines for advising on and the determination of resource
allocation within RSPhysS for the period 1977-79'. 1977-1979

19/37
Faculty Board meetings, 2 May and 6 June 1980 - minutes. Minutes of special
Faculty Board meeting on 2 May and regular Board meeting on 6 June 1980.

19/38
The fourth Faculty Board meeting, 1 May 1981 - minutes. Minutes of the fourth
Faculty Board meeting of the Research School of Physical Sciences on 1 May 1981.

19/39
The fifth Faculty Board meeting, 5 June 1981 - minutes. Minutes of the fifth
Faculty Board meeting of the Research School of Physical Science, held on 5 June
1981.

19/40
The 2nd Faculty meeting, 17 June 1981 - minutes. Minutes of the 2nd Faculty
meeting of the Research School of Physical Sciences held on 17 June 1981.

19/41
Summary of workshop labour costs - copy. Copy of the summary of workshop
labour costs in the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1971-1972

19/42
Special Faculty Board meeting, 18 April 1973 - minutes. Minutes of the special
Faculty Board meeting of the Research School of Physical Sciences on 18 April
1973.

19/43
`Review of the School, confidential report to Faculty Board, July 1976' -
reprint. Reprint of the report entitled `Review of the School, confidential
report to Faculty Board, July 1976'.

19/44
`Director confidential' - copies. Copies of confidential material regarding the
directorship of the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1972

19/45
`Filing' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
administrative matters in the Research School of Physical Science. 1976-1981

19/46
~National U~ - reprint, with leaked letter from V.C. to Titterton regarding
headship. Reprint of ~National U~, a students' publication, with leaked letter
from V.C. to EWT. 1973?

BOX 82

19/47
~Woroni~ - reprint. Reprint of ~Woroni~, a students' publication, with an
article related to EWT's directorship, entitled `Bombs from ANU'. 1973

19/48
`Top nuclear scientist dumped by ANU' - copy. Copy of article in ~the Age~
entitled `Top nuclear scientist dumped by ANU', related to EWT's directorship.
1973

19/49
Agenda of regular meetings - copies. Copies of the incomplete agenda of regular
meetings of the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1974-1985

19/50
`Triennium submission 1973-1975, preliminary report' - reprint. Reprint of the
document entitled `Triennium submission 1973-75, preliminary report', prepared
for EWT. 1973-1975

19/51
`Preliminary submission of proposals, triennium 1976-78' - reprint. Reprint of
the document entitled `Preliminary submission of proposals, triennium 1976-78'.
1976-1978

19/52
`Annual report 1968' - miscellaneous. Miscellaneous input from various
departments of the Research School of Physical Sciences for annual report. 1968

19/53
Agenda, memos and minutes of various meetings - copies. An incomplete
collection of agenda, memos and minutes of various kinds of meetings of the
Research School of Physical Sciences. 1971-1973 (2 folders)

19/54
`Report of the Committee on Professional Engineers' - reprint. Reprint of
`Report of the Committee on Professional Engineers, April 7, 1973'.

19/55
`Capital works 1966-68' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to capital works of the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1966-1968

19/56
Confidential circulars - copies. Copies of circulars in the Research School of
Physical Sciences concerning confidential administrative matters. 1964

19/57
Plans for the Link Building - 4 oversized sheets. 4 sheets of the plans for the
Link Building by National Electrostatics Corporation. 1973. OVERSIZED ITEM

19/58
J.O. Newton - memo. Memo from J.O.Newton dated 5 July 1982.

BOX 83

19/59
`Awaiting action' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
various subjects in nuclear research. 1968

Correspondents include David R. Kneeland (Cyclotron Corporation); Dennis Brown
(University of Auckland); David J. Hooton (University of Auckland); R.D. Whittle
(Australian National University).

19/60
`Current topics of prime interest in nuclear physics' - printed lecture notes.
EWT's copy of the printed lecture notes entitled `Current topics of prime
interest in nuclear research' by Dr A.M. Harwell. 1974

19/61
`Current topics of prime interest in nuclear physics' - printed lecture notes.
Copy of the printed lecture notes entitled `Current topics of prime interest in
nuclear physics' by A.M. Lane. 1974

19/62
`Lecture notes: collisions between heavy nuclei' - reprint. Reprint of B.F.
Bayman's `Lecture notes: collisions between heavy nuclei'. 1981

19/63
Costing figures of equipment in nuclear research - handwritten notes. EWT's
handwritten notes concerning costing figures of equipment in nuclear research.
1983?

19/64
Budget control statements, January 1964 - March 1968 - financial statement.
Budget control statements, January 1964 - March 1968, of the Research School of
Physical Sciences. 1964-1968

19/65
Budget control statements, March 1968 - October 1969 - financial statements.
Budget control statements, March 1968 - October 1969, of the Research School of
Physical Sciences. 1968-1969

19/66
`School Committee papers, January-October 1966' - reprints. Reprints of the
Committee papers related to the administration of the Research School of
Physical Sciences. 1966 (2 folders)

BOX 84

19/67
`School Committee papers, October 1966 - July 1967' - miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous material related to the administration of the Research School of
Physical Sciences. 1966-1967 (2 folders)

BOXES 84-85

19/68
ANU, annual reports, incomplete - reprints. Incomplete annual reports of the
Australian National University. 1968-1985 (4 folders - 2 in BOX 85)

BOX 85

19/69
Enquiries about positions in the Research School of Physical Sciences. Inwards
and outwards correspondence in reverse chronological order, including curricula
vitae, and lists of publications. File also includes some references by EWT for
former staff from the Physics Department at ANU. 1969-1975

Correspondents include: C. Badrinthan (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,
Bombay); Hartmut Cords; Arun V. Sapre; A. Ungar; Heinrich Hora; Jesper Munch;
H.P. Sankappanavar; T.S. Mudhole (Karnatak University, India); Wally Zuk
(Radiation Protection Bureau, Ottawa); S. Bian (University of Washington); V.
Srinivas; Min-Chuan Chiang; H.A. Seid; D.G. Niak (Tata Institute od Fundamental
Research, Bombay); J. Taylor (Caulfield Institute of Technology, Victoria); W.D.
Mason (Mitchell College of Advanced Education, New South Wales); S.K. Khanna
(Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi); K. Parthasaradhi (Andhra
University, India); C. Rangacharyulu (Indian Institute of Technology); D.K.R.
Hodgkin (Australian National University); R.L. Dean (Australian Consul General,
California); Leonard Garside; Fred Howe (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment,
Berkshire); M.P. Sarachik (The City College, New York); Kenneth A. Shaw; S.K.
Alurkar; Soo-Loong Tong (McMaster University, Ontario); K. Thiru; William Galati
(University of Maryland); Shih-tung Tsai (University of California); E. Koster
(University of British Columbia); J.C. Botke (University of California); B.
Halperin (Soreq Nuclear Research Centre, Israel); R.H. Curtis (Brown University,
Rhode Island, U.S.A.); Jan Svoboda (University of New Brunswick, Canada); Ray
E.L. Green (University of Colorado); J.M. Skowronski (University of Queensland);
W. O'Connell (University of Munich); Alfred P. Furnish (University of
California); R.F. Taschek (University of California); Neil Burn.

19/70
`Personal' - reprints. Reprints labelled `Personal', concerning directorship of
Research School of Physical Sciences. 1968-1973

19/71
RSPS, ANU, Triennium 1973-75, summary of RSPS proposals - reprint. Reprint
of `Triennium 1973-75: summary of Research School of Physical Sciences
proposals'. 1973-1975

19/72
`Laser induced particle pairs' - typescript. Typescript of article entitled
`Laser induced particle pairs'. 1965?-1975?

SERIES 20. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. FACULTY AND GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

20/1
Agenda of the 98th Board meeting of the Institute of Advanced Studies - reprint.
Reprint of the agenda of the 98th Board meeting of the Institute of Advanced
Studies. 1973

20/2
`Committee on the Future of the Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies :
report to BIAS' - copy. Copy of the document entitled `Committee on the Future
of the Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies : Report to BIAS'. 1973

20/3
`Consolidated additional needs against university savings 1972' - copy. Copy of
the report entitled `Consolidated additional needs against university savings
1972'. 1972

20/4
`Material for heads of schools, 8 July 1971' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to administrative and financial matters of the
Australian National University. 1971

BOX 86

20/5
Faculties, Faculty Boards and the University - miscellaneous. Miscellaneous
material related to administrative matters of the Faculties, Faculty Board of
the Institute of Advanced Studies and the Australian National University.
1968-1971

20/6
`Heads of Schools, 3 December 1969' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to relations between the Research School of Physical Sciences
and the Australian National University. 1969

20/7
`E.W.T., Triennium 1970-72, supporting papers' - miscellaneous material. A
large file containing miscellaneous material labelled `E.W.T., Triennium 1970-
72, supporting papers'. 1970-1972

20/8
`1967-69 proposal' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
EWT's proposals for additions to the facilities of the Department of Nuclear
Physics during the triennium 1967-69. 1967-1969

20/9
ANU Project 2 : proposal and comments - copies. Copies of the proposal and
comments related to ANU Project 2, which aims at constructiong a building (the
`Link Building') to house the Departments of Applied Mathematics, Solid State
Physics, Statistics and School Services. 1972-1973

20/10
ANU Project 2: `Applied Mathematics Solid State Physics Building 1972' -
miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to the design and
construction of the Applied Mathematics Solid State Physics Building in ANU
Project 2. 1972

20/11
ANU Project 2: `Room sizes compared to ANU standards' - handwritten and
typed sheets. Handwritten and typed sheets concerning the room sizes in ANU
Project 2 compared to ANU standards. 1972

20/12
ANU Project 2: `Solid State Physics, electrical water and gas services - labs 1
- 7'. Miscellaneous material, mainly handwritten designs for electrical water
and gas services in Solid State Physics in ANU Project 2. 1973

20/13
ANU Project 2: buildings and grounds - handwritten and printed material.
Miscellaneous handwritten and printed material labelled as `ANU Project 2:
Buildings and Grounds'. 1972

20/14
ANU Project 2: standards of building. Miscellaneous handwritten and printed
material related to standards of building in ANU project 2. 1972-1973

20/15
ANU Project 2: costing - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to costing in ANU Project 2. 1972

BOX 87

20/16
ANU Project 2: Appendixes A, B and C to proposals during the triennium 1970-
72 - reprints. Reprints of Appendixes A, B and C to proposals for additions to
the facilities of the Department of Nuclear Physics during the triennnium 1970-
72. 1969?

20/17
ANU Project 2: `The dirt on Project 2' - photocopies. Photocopies of printed
material related to building the lecture theatre in ANU project 2. 1972

20/18
ANU Project 2: `More dirt' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to the basis of agreement in ANU Project 2. 1972

20/19
ANU Project 2: `Marrington and Williams assessment'. Miscellaneous material
related to the assessment made by Civil and Civic Co. and Rider Hunt and
Partners related to ANU project 2. 1972

20/20
ANU Project 2: financial issues - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to financial issues in ANU Project 2. 1972

20/21
ANU submission to the Australian Universities Commission for the triennium
1970-1972 - reprint part one. Reprint of the ANU submission to the Australian
Universities Commission for the triennium 1970-1972. 1967

20/22
ANU budget report 5/1973 - 20 May 1973 - reprint. EWT's copy of the report
entitled `The Australian National University Budget Report 5/1973 - 20 May
1973'.

20/23
ANU, Site Planning Project, Information-discussion paper no 19 - reprint.
Reprint of ANU Site Planning Project, `Information-discussion paper', No. 19:
possible future developments. 1969

20/24
`Enrolment of research students' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled
`Enrolment of research students'. 1973

20/25
`Comments by Lord Penney' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `
Comments by Lord Penney'. 1960?-1969?

20/26
`Conditions of appointment of university fellows' - correspondence and reprint.
Reprint of the document entitled `Conditions of appointment of university
fellows' and related correspondence between EWT and M.G. Bouquet. 1980

20/27
`Faculty Board Minutes 1978/79' - minutes. Minutes of the Board meetings of
Faculty Board, Research School of Physical Sciences, from 1978 to 1979.

20/28
`IAS' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to various kinds
of administration of the Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National
University. 1954-1971

20/29
`Old file: visitors to the A.N.U.' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material labelled `Old file: visitors to the A.N.U.'. 1968-1969

Correspondents and visitors include Tom Lauritsen (Kellogg Radiation
Laboratory); George C. Morrison (Argonne National Laboratory); Q.V. Davis
(University of Surrey); Brian M. Spicer (University of Melbourne); G.R. Schrager
(London); Eric Burhop (University College London); Robin I. Simmonds (British
Aircraft Corporation); Ralph A. Zahn (Ortec); George W. Greenlees (University of
Minnesota); Brian Flowers (Science Research Council); H.H. (John) Thies
(University of Western Australia); Martin Wood (Monash University); Ron C.
Johnson (University of Auckland); Frederick A. Lewis (High Voltage Engineering
Corporation); J.A. Ratcliffe; Ray S. Rice (Hydro-Electric Commission Tasmania);
Evans Hayward (National Bureau of Standards); R.B. Thode (Hospitals Commission
of NSW); W. Hensley (Royal Prince Alfred Hospital).

20/30
`Heads of Departments + G.A. + L.M. Ast. papers 1970-73' - miscellaneous
correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence between EWT and heads of other
departments, schools and the Vice-Chancellor.

20/31
`3) V. C . correspondence' - correspondence. Correspondence between EWT and
the Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University. 1968-1973

BOX 88

20/32
`Conditions of appointment of staff' - reprints. Reprints labelled `Conditions
of appointments of staff'. 1960-1965

20/33
`Site planning project, Information-discussion paper No. 56A: power and
heating systems' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `Site planning
project, Information-discussion paper, No. 56A: power and heating systems'. 1970

20/34
`ANUTRON facility' - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of
material labelled `ANUTRON facility'. 1980?

20/35
`ANU proposal' - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies of material
related to proposals for new equipment in nuclear research in the Department of
Nuclear Physics. 1980

20/36
`Post accelerator I' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`Post accelerator I'. 1975-1980

20/37
Buncher project (pre-tandem accelerator) - photocopies. Photocopies of material
related to Buncher project (pre-tandem accelerator). 1981

20/38
`Subnanosecond pulsing system' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
labelled `Subnanosecond pulsing system'. 1980-1981

20/39
Five plans - plans. Five plans (two unidentified and three identified) of
facilities related to nuclear research. 1965?-1980?

20/40
`Electoral committees' - reprints and photocopies. Miscellaneous reprints and
photocopies labelled `Electoral committees'. 1965-1971

BOX 89

20/41
`Faculty meetings 1975-1979' - minutes. A large collection of reprints and
photocopies labelled `Faculty meetings 1975-79', mostly minutes. (3 folders)

20/42
`Expenditure requistions' - reprints. Reprints of material labelled `Expenditure
requistions'. 1979

20/43
`Faculty agenda and minutes' - copies. Photocopies of material labelled `Faculty
agenda and minutes'. 1980-1981

20/44
`Faculty Board, agenda and minutes' - photocopies. Photocopies of material
labelled `Faculty Board, agenda and minutes'. 1980-1981

20/45
`Outside studies programme (study leave)' - reprints. Reprints of material
labelled `Outside studies programme (study leave)'. 1973-1981

20/46
`Travel requisitions' - copies. Copies of material labelled `Travel
requisitions'. 1972-1979

20/47
~Interdisciplinary Science Reviews~ and others - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material containing copies of ~Interdisciplinary Science Reviews~
and related correspondence between EWT and others. 1980-1981

BOX 90

20/48
`Sale of cyclotron and tandem' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
labelled `Sale of cyclotron and tandem'. 1978-1981

20/49
`ANU News' - reprints and copies. Reprints mainly related to seminars in the
Research School of Physical Sciences, labelled `ANU News'. 1972-1976

20/50
Submission of the Australian National University 1973-75 Triennium~ -
miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to the submission of the
Australian National University 1973-75 Triennium to the Australian Universities
Commission. Includes two parts of the submission report with EWT's handwritten
notes. 1970

20/51
`Buildings and ground sites' - reprints. Reprints of material labelled
`Buildings and ground sites'. 1961-1966

20/52
`Nuclear Physics Building May - September 1962 and extension 1967-68' -
miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled `Nuclear Physics
Building May - September 1962 and extension 1967-68'.

20/53
Extension to office/laboratory block - reprints. Reprints related to extension
to office/laboratory block in the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1957-
1966

20/54
ANU funding estimates - reprints. Reprints of material related to funding
estimates of the Australian National University. 1958-1969

20/55
`10. Modern developments' - reprints. Reprints of five-page material entitled
`10. Modern developments'. 1970?-1980?

20/56
`Radiation Officer' - reprints. Reprints of documents related to Radiation
Safety Officer. 1968-1969

20/57
`Report from Commonwealth X-ray and Radium Laboratories' - reprint.
Reprints of report from Commonwealth X-ray and Radium Laboratory on radiation
safety in the Australian National University. 1968

20/58
Heads of Research Schools meetings - reprints. Reprints of material related to
Heads of Research Schools meetings. 1966-1969

20/59
`Study leave rules' - reprints. Reprints of documents related to study leave in
the Australian National University. 1969

20/60
`Staffing in the Institute' - reprints. Reprints of material labelled `staffing
in the Institute'. 1969

BOX 91

20/61
`Heads of Research Schools, 2 July 1968' - reprints. Reprints of material
labelled `Heads of Research Schools, 2 July 1968.' 1968-1969

20/62
`Faculty, 1. 4 August 1967, 2. 11 October 1967' - reprints and handwritten
notes. Reprints and handwritten notes labelled `Faculty, 1. 4 August 1967, 2. 11
October 1967'.

20/63
`Material for annual Report' - reprints. Reprints labelled `Material for annual
report'. 1969

20/64
Directors and Deans meetings - reprints. Reprints related to meeting of
Directors and Deans in the Australian National University. 1968-1969

20/65
Meetings of Honorary Degrees Committee - reprints. Reprints of confidential
material related to the meeting of the Honorary Degree Committee, Board of the
Institute of Advanced Studies. 1968

20/66
ANU Professorial Board - reprints. Reprints of the ANU Professional Board's
supplementary note on future developments in ANU and minutes of its meeting on
20 March 1969. 1969

20/67
`Commonwealth post-graduate awards' - reprints. Reprints labelled
`Commonwealth post-graduate awards. 1968

20/68
`Student meeting' - reprints and handwritten notes. Reprints and handwritten
notes related to the Faculty Board of the Research School of Physical Sciences
on students' issues. 1968

20/69
`IAS - S.G.S. discussion', - reprints. Reprints labelled `IAS - S.G.S.
discussion'. 1966

20/70
`Institute of Advanced Studies, future of. Papers, minutes and memos relating to
the future of the Institute of Advanced Studies. 1966

20/71
Faculties and Boards - reprints. Reprints related to the administration in the
Research School of Physical Sciences. 1966-1967

20/72
`ANU principal officers February 1966' - reprints. Reprints of document
concerning principal officers, February 1966.

20/73
`Restricted current funds in the general fund account' - reprints. Reprints of
the cash statement entitled `Restricted current funds in the general fund
account, summary of transactions 1/11/65 to 30/11/65'.

20/74
Visit of Sir Leslie Martin and Mr David Dexter - reprints. Reprints of material
related to the visit of Sir Leslie Martin and Mr David Dexter to the Australian
National University, 24 January 1966, for building program 1967-69 triennium.
1966-1966

20/75
`Recurrent expenditure 1967-69 triennium, submission figures' - reprints.
Reprints of the document entitled `Recurrent expenditure 1967-1969 triennium,
submission figures'. 1967-1969

20/76
`Triennium III 67-69, capital submission' - reprints. Reprints labelled
`Triennium III 67-69, capital submission'. 1965

20/77
`Visit of the Australian Universities Commission 25-27 October, 1965' - reprint
Supplementary papers. Reprint of the report entitled `Visit of the Australian
Universities Commission 25-27 October 1965'. 1965

20/78
`The Australian National University, running expenses estimates' - reprint.
Reprint of the document entitled `The Australian National University, running
expenses estimates'. 1965

20/79
`Staff - conditions of appointment' - reprints. Reprints of the documents
labelled `Staff - conditions of appointment'. 1968

20/80
Various memoranda, minutes, etc - reprints. Reprints of various memoranda,
minutes, etc., related to the administration of the Australian National
University. 1966-1969

20/81
`Radiation staff safety procedures' - reprints. Reprints of material related to
radiation staff safety procedures. 1968

20/82
`E.W. Titterton, Research School of Physical Sciences' - reprints. Reprints of
letter from Laboratory Manager concerning computing equipment in triennium 1970-
72. 1967

BOX 92

20/83
Technical specifications for 26 items of equipment - brochures. Brochures of
technical specifications for 26 items of equipment used in nuclear industry.
1970?-1980?

20/84
`Circulars, notices, orders, etc' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material labelled `Circulars, notices, orders, etc'. 1971-1972 (2 folders)

20/85
`Staff data and chairs for Heads of Schools' - reprints. Reprints labelled
`Staff data and chairs for Heads of Schools'. 1969

20/86
`J.E.Robertson' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled `J.E.
Robertson'. 1969

20/87
`Third submission to AUC for the triennium 1967-1969, Tandem accelerator' -
reprint February 1965. Reprint of the document entitled `Third submission to the
Australian Universities Commission for the triennium 1967-69, tandem
accelerator'. 1965-1969

20/88
Miscellaneous administrative matters - reprints. Reprints of circulars related
to miscellaneous administrative matters of the Australian National University.
1969

20/89
ANU budget papers - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
the budgets of the Australian National University. 1972-1975 (3 folders)

BOX 93

20/90
ANU budget papers 1976-78 triennium - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material related to the budgets of the Australian National University in the
triennium 1976-78. 1976-1978

20/91
Faculty and Board - various material. Various material mainly related to
financial issues of the Faculty and Board of the Research School of Physical
Sciences. 1972-1973

20/92
ANU-related correspondence - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
correspondence between the Australian National University and other institutions
related to research and administration. 1971-1973

20/93
`Triennium papers' - reprints. Reprints of papers on various issues labelled
`Triennium papers'. 1970-1971

20/94
Administration related papers - miscellaneous. Miscellaneous papers related to
the administration of the Faculty Board, the Australian National University.
1973 (2 folders)

20/95
`Notes on a visit to Southeast Asia, April-May 1968' - reprint. Reprint of
O.H.K. Spate's article entitled `Notes on a visit to Southeast Asia, April-May
1968'.

20/96
`Study leave: J.C. Jaeger' - copy. Copy of J.C. Jaeger's report on his study
leave from 17 June to 14 October, 1968.

BOX 94

20/97
`Theory of nuclear structure' - reprint. Reprint of the lecture notes by
Professor Y.R. Waghmare from India in the Department of Theoretical Physics,
Institute of Advanced Studies. 1968

20/98
`E.W. Titterton, Physics report for Martin Committee, confidential' - reprints.
Reprints of material labelled `E.W. Titterton, Physics report for Martin
Committee, confidential'. 1965

20/99
`Draft estimates 1960/61' - reprint. Reprints of tables entitled `Administration
and central services', labelled `Draft estimates 1960/61'. 1960-1961

20/100
Outside studies, study leave and attending conferences - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material concering regulations related to outside studies, study
leave and attending outside conferences. 1978-1979

20/101
`Short outside studies programs' - memorandum. Memorandum of the Australian
National University, entitled `Short outside studies programs'. 1980

20/102
`Outside studies programs' - photocopy. Photocopy of a document entitled
`Outside studies program: advice to applicants from the Institute of Advanced
Studies or Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies'. 1980

20/103
Published letter from Commonwealth Research Centres of Excellence' -
photocopy. Photocopy of the letter from Commonwealth Research Centres of
Excellence, published in ~Sydney Morning Herald~ on 7 July 1981.

20/104
`Report on performance test of superconducting buncher at Caltech, 1-17
March, 1982' - memorandum. Memorandum for circulation concerning
performance testing of superconducting buncher at Caltech, 1-17 March 1982.

20/105
Meeting of Directors and Deans - agenda for meeting. Agenda for the Directors
and Deans meeting held in the Australian National University on 15 May 1974.

20/106
`Visitors to the University' - photocopy. Photocopy of the list of the visitors
to the university, April 1971.

20/107
`Patents policy' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `Patent policy' of
the Australian National University. 1971

20/108
Meeting of Standing Committee of the Council - minutes. Minutes of the meeting
of Standing Committee of the Council, the Australian National University, 12
February, 1971.

20/109
Faculties and Faculty Boards (IAS) Statute - reprints. Reprints of material
related to Faculties and Faculty Boards (IAS) Statute. 1971

20/110
Research students - photocopies. Photocopies of material related to regulations
concerning research students in the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1973

20/111
`Attachments to Agenda' - reprint. Reprint of the attachments to the agenda of
the ANU Council's meeting held on 14 September 1973.

20/112
`Research and research training in the John Curtin School of Medical
Research...' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `Research and research
training in the John Curtin School of Medical Research and the Research School
of Biological Sciences of the Australian National University'. 1968

20/113
Planning for the 1973-75 triennium - memos and minutes. Memos and minutes
related to the planning for the 1973-75 triennium of the Australian National
University. 1967-1969

20/114
`Heads of Schools, 3 June 1969' - reprints. Reprints of material labelled `Heads
of Schools, 3 June 1969'.

20/115
Attachments to Council agenda of 1972 annual reports from Faculties of
Economics and Biological Sciences - reprints. Reprints of attachments to Council
agenda of 1972 annual reports from Faculties of Economics and Biological
Sciences. 1972

20/116
`Vice-Chancellorship' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`Vice-Chancellorship'. 1971-1972

BOX 95

20/117
`Dingle problem' - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies related to
the resignation of R. Dingle. 1972

20/118
`Library' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled 'Library'.
1974-1981

20/119
`Property and Plans' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
``Property and Plans'.1970-1973

20/120
`Special approach to numerical differentiation' - reprint. Reprint of the
document entitled `Special approach to numerical differentiation', issued by the
Computer Centre, Australian National University. 1972

20/121
`Safe disposal of radioactive wastes' - newsletter. The article entitled `Safe
disposal of radioactive wastes', published in ~Information Release~, newsletter
of the Australian National University. 1978

20/122
Agenda for the meeting of Heads of Research Schools - reprint. Reprint of the
agenda for the meeting of Heads of Research Schools, 1 July 1969.

BOXES 95-96

20/123
ANU, Heads of Schools, and Directors and Deans, 1966, 1967, 1969 - reprints.
Reprints of material related to the administrative work of Heads of Schools,
Directors and Deans at the Australian National University. 1966-1969 (14
Folders - 3 in BOX 96)

BOX 96

SERIES 21. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. OTHER DEPARTMENTS

21/1
Department of Astronomy - reprints. Reprints of correspondence between EWT
and the staff in the Department of Astronomy. 1967-1971

21/2
`Astronomy' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`Astronomy'. 1970-1972

21/3
The Anglo-Australian 150" Telescope Project - miscellaneous material. Two files
containing a large amount of miscellaneous material related to the Anglo-
Australian 150" Telescope Project. 1967-1970 (2 folders)

21/4
Draft agreement to build a 48" Schmidt camera telescope - reprint. Reprints and
other material related to the draft agreement to build a 48" Schmidt camera
telescope between ANU and the UK Science Research Council. 1969

21/5
`Council and Siding Spring' - reprints and handwritten notes. Reprints and
handwritten notes labelled `Council and Siding Spring'. 1969-1970

21/6
`Astronomy proposals' - photocopies. Photocopies labelled `Astronomy proposals'.
1970

BOX 97

21/7
`AAT problems' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to the
problems in the Anglo-Australian 150" telescope project. 1970

21/8
`Department of Astronomy, 150" and other questions' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material labelled `Department of Astronomy, 150" and other
questions'. 1970-1971

21/9
`Anglo-Australian telescope agreement' - correspondence and notes.
Correspondence and notes related to discussion meeting regarding Anglo-
Australian telescope agreement. 1971

21/10
Anglo-Australian telescope discussions - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and
photocopies related to Anglo-Australian telescope discussions. 1973

21/11
`Geophysics fieldwork and Robertson case' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material labelled `Geophysics fieldwork and Robertson case'. 1969

21/12
`Geophysical fieldwork' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
labelled `Geophysical fieldwork'. 1969

21/13
`Chair of geophysics and head of department' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material labelled `Chair of geophysics and head of department'.
1971

21/14
`Geophysics, Acting Head problems' - photocopies. Photocopies of material
labelled `Geophysics, Acting Head problems'. 1971

21/15
`Geophysics' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`Geophysics'. 1971-1972

21/16
`Geophysics transfer' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`Geophysics transfer'. 1973

21/17
`Proposal for a Research School of Earth Sciences' - miscellaneous material.
Reprint of the document entitled `Proposal for a Research School of Earth
Sciences' and related miscellaneous material. 1971

21/18
`The case against the proposal for a Research School of Earth Sciences -
reprint. Reprint of `The case against the proposal for a Research School of
Earth Sciences' by the Research School of Physical Sciences. 1971

21/19
`Report of Committee considering the implication of the establishment of an
autonomous organisation of earth sciences' - reprints. Two copies of reprint of
the document entitled `Report of Committee considering the implication of the
establishment of an autonomous organisation of earth sciences. 1972

21/20
Meeting of Directors and Deans, 27 September 1973 - minutes. Minutes of the
meeting of Directors and Deans of the Australian National University, 27
September 1973.

BOX 98

21/21
1977 annual report of Department of Engineering Physics - reprint. Reprint of
the 1977 annual report of Department of Engineering Physics, Research School of
Physical Sciences.

21/22
`Department of Applied Mathematics' - reprints. Reprints of miscellaneous
material labelled `Department of Applied Mathematics'. 1970-1971

21/23
`Ion Diffusion Unit' - copies. Copies of material labelled `Ion Diffusion Unit'.
1966-1969

21/24
`Department of Engineering Physics' - reprints. Reprints labelled `Department of
Engineering Physics'. 1966-1973

21/25
`Department of Mathematics' - correspondence and reprints. Correspondence and
reprints labelled `Department of Mathematics'. 1959-1970

21/26
`Independent units' - reprint. Reprint of EWT's letter to Professor D.C.
Peaslee, Department of Theoretical Physics, entitled `Independent units'. 1971

21/27
Strategic and Defence Studies Centre - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material regarding Strategic and Defence Studies Centre. 1966-1981 (2 folders)

21/28
`Siting of Research School of Biological Sciences' - reprints. Reprints of
material labelled `Siting of Research School of Biological Sciences'. 1968

21/29
`Examples and proposals' - photocopies and handwritten notes. Photocopies and
handwritten notes labelled `Examples and proposals'. 1969

21/30
Thermochemical energy - photocopies. Photocopies of articles on thermochemical
energy by P.O. Carden and others. 1976-1980

21/31
Ph.D research by John Knight - correspondence and reports. Correspondence
and reports related to John Knight changing his Ph.D enrolment from Pure to
Applied Mathematics. 1972

Includes: correspondence between B.W. Ninham (Australian National University)
and John Philip (CSIRO); hanwritten statement by John Knight discussing the
change in his research interests; memorandum to B.H. Neumann (Australian
National University, Research School of Physical Sciences); academic record for
John Knight; scientific paper by John Knight and J.R. Philip

SERIES 22. ROYAL COMMISSION INTO BRITISH NUCLEAR TESTS IN AUSTRALIA (McCLELLAND
ROYAL COMMISSION)

22/1
Summary of findings by McClelland Royal Commission - reprint. Reprint of the
summary of findings by McClelland Royal Commission. 1985

22/2
Comments on anticipated report by McClelland Royal Commission - reprint.
Reprint of one-page comments on anticipated report by McClelland Royal
Commission. 1985

22/3
EWT's criticism of McClelland Royal Commission - reprint. Reprint of EWT's
criticism of McClelland Royal Commission. 1985?-1986?

22/4
Atomic trials - loose pages. Loose pages (pages 3 to 17) on atomic trials,
presumably by EWT for McClelland Royal Commission. 1984?

22/5
Records related to health physics operation at the Maralinga Range - copies.
Copies of material concerning records related to health physics operation at
the Maralinga Range. 1979

BOX 99

22/6
`Filing (entered)' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
residual contamination at Maralinga Range. Marked `TOP SECRET' and labelled
`Filing (entered)'. 1960-1961

Correspondents include Roy Pilgrim (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment);
W.A.S. Butement (Department of Supply).

22/7
Letter related to McClelland Royal Commission - copy. Copy of letter from G.F.
Humphrey to ~New Scientist~, 6 February 1986, concerning McClelland Royal
Commission. 1986

22/8
Addressed envelopes connected with atomic bomb testing - photocopies.
Photocopies of two addressed envelopes connected with atomic bomb testing. 1944-
1946

22/9
`Maralinga' - reprints and photocopies. Reprints and photocopies labelled
`Maralinga'. 1981

Correspondents include Peter Reich (British Defence Research and Supply Staff,
Canberra); Ken Parker (Ministry of Defence).

22/10
Newspaper cuttings related to McClelland Royal Commission' - photocopies.
Photocopies of newspaper clippings related to McClelland Royal Commission. 1985

22/11
`British nuclear tests in Australia' - copies. Copies of EWT's article entitled
`British nuclear tests in Australia'. 1985?

22/12
Maralinga trials - photocopies. Photocopies of one handwritten page (page 2)
related to Maralinga trials. 1960?-1970?

22/13
`CT reports of Royal Commission' - newspaper clippings. Newspaper clippings
from ~The Canberra Times~ related to McClelland Royal Commission. 1985

22/14
`British nuclear tests in Australia' - draft. Draft of EWT's article entitled
`British nuclear tests in Australia', with EWT's handwritten notes. 1985?

22/15
`The role of Australian physicists in the atomic weapons tests at Monte Bello
and Emu Field, 1952-3' - copy. Copy of a statement entitled `The role of
Australian physicists in the atomic weapons tests at Monte Bello and Emu Field,
1952-3'. 1950?-1955?

22/16
Material related to McClelland Royal Commission - miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous material related to McClelland Royal Commission. 1985-1987

Correspondents include S.D. Henderson (Perth, Scotland); Alexander Downer
(Member of Parliament).

22/17
`Draft" - photocopies. Photocopies labelled `Draft', related to the proposed
resignation of Justice McClelland as President of Royal Commission. 1985

22/18
`The role of the "observers" and the AWTSC at British Weapon Tests in Aust' -
copies. Copies of EWT's article entitled `The role of the "Observers" and the
AWTSC at British Weapon Tests in Australia'. 1985

22/19
`Personal trivia and doses' - photocopies and handwritten notes. Photocopies and
handwritten notes labelled `Personal trivia and doses'. 1984-1985

22/20
`Report of the Royal Commission into British nuclear tests' - copies. Copies of
the ministerial statement by Senator the Hon. G. Evans Q.C., Minister for
Resources and Energy, on British nuclear tests in Australia. 1985

22/21
Maralinga - newspaper clippings. Reprints and photocopies of newspaper clippings
related to nuclear tests in Maralinga. 1980

22/22
`Atomic bombs test series at X200 site October 1953, recollections of Totem 1' -
reprint. Reprint of the article entitled `Atomic bombs test series at X200 site
October 1953, recollections of Totem 1'. 1981

22/23
`Federal President of RSL calls for medical survey of Australian servicemen
involved in atomic bomb test' - reprint 8 January 1981. Reprint of the news
summary related to the call by Federal President of RSL for medical survey of
Australian servicemen involved in atomic bomb tests. This summary was published
in ~Media Monitors~. 1981

22/24
`British atomic tests in Australia: chronology of events 1950-1968' - reprint.
Reprint of J.L. Symonds's report entitled `British atomic tests in Australia:
chronology of events 1950-1968', with EWT's handwritten annotations. 1984

22/25
Miscellaneous material relating to McClelland Royal Commission. Large
collection of miscellaneous material related to McClelland Royal Commission.
1985 (2 folders)

Correspondents include John Atkinson (Royal Commission Secretary); T. Moloney
(Gasters); Walter Crocker (Adelaide); A. Charles Copeman (Sydney); L.J.M. Cooray
(Macquarie University); Freehill, Hollingdale & Page; John R. Moroney (Atomic
Weapons Tests Safety Committee).

BOX 100

22/26
P.H. Springell's letter to Professor M. Burnett [sic] - correspondence. EWT's
copy of P.H. Springell's letter to Professor M. Burnett [sic]. 1984.
22/27
`Residual radioactive contamination at Maralinga and Emu, 1985' - reprint.
EWT's copy of the report from Australian Radiation Laboratory, entitled
`Residual radioactive contamination at Maralinga and Emu, 1985'.

22/28
`Transcripts of Proceedings' - photocopies. Photocopies of part of 'Transcripts
of Proceedings', published by Commonwealth Reporting Service. 1985

22/29
Criticism of McClelland Royal Commission - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material focusing on criticism of McClelland Royal Commission.
Includes EWT's article on the same subject. 1985

Correspondents include John Ayers (London TV Channel 4); Gareth Evans (Minister
for Resources and Energy); John Atkinson (Royal Commission Secretary); L.H.
Martin (University of Melbourne); Chris Masters (ABC TV); The Editor (~The Times
of London~).

22/30
Atomic weapons tests at Maralinga - photographs. One set of black and white
photographs of atomic weapon tests at Maralinga. Includes one photograph of EWT
and his colleagues. 1952-1957

22/31
`Another Australian inquiry' - photocopy. Photocopy of the article entitled
`Another Australian inquiry', published in ~News~. 1985

22/32
Unidentified photographs of atomic bomb tests - photographs. Unidentified black
and white photographs of atomic bomb tests. 1953?

22/33
Letters concerning nuclear weapon tests - correspondence. Printed and
handwritten letters related to nuclear weapon tests. 1952-1954

Correspondents include Frank Morgan (Ministry of Supply Establishment); Charles
A. Adams (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment); Alan McNicoll (Department of
the Navy); L.C. Tyte (Monte Bello Islands); A.S. Brown (Prime Minister's
Department); Alan Brown (Prime Minister's Office); Admiral Torlesse (H.M.S.
"Campania"); Noel S. Bayliss (University of Western Australia); W.G. (Bill)
Penney (Armament Research Establishment, Kent); W.J.H. Butterfield (Medical
Research Council).

22/34
Nuclear weapon tests - photographs. Black and white photographs of Totem 2
nuclear weapon tests. 1953?

22/35
B.S. McCarthy's letter to EWT - correspondence. The letter of B.S. McCarthy
(Superintendent of Administration, Department of Supply) to EWT, dated 26
January, 1954.

22/36
`Totem - report' - reprints and handwritten notes. Reprints and handwritten
notes labelled `Totem - report'. 1953

22/37
Information regarding British atomic weapons testing in South Australia,
Townsville and Bowen - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to
British atomic weapon testing in South Australia, Townsville and Bowen. 1953

Correspondents include Frank Morgan (Ministry of Supply Establishment); John
Carver (Salisbury); D.G. Vallis (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment); Charles
A. Adams (L.R.W.E., Woomera); A.D. McRonald (Ministry of Supply Establishment);
W.T.M. Gaskell (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment). W.G. (Bill) Penney
(Department of Atomic Energy); J.M. Crofts (Australian Military Forces,
Townsville).

22/38
Cablegrams regarding nuclear testing in the Pacific - correspondence.
Cablegrams regarding nuclear testing in the Pacific. 1972

22/39
`Typing for EWT' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`Typing for EWT', mainly related to radiation issue. 1956-1985

Correspondents include John R. Moroney (Atomic Weapons Tests Safety Committee);
R.N. Birch (Australian Commission, Fiji); M.E. Lyon (Australian High Commission,
New Zealand); W.G. (Greg) Marley (AERE Harwell); Dr Levin (Atomic Weapons
Research Establishment).

22/40
`Reaction to McClelland' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
labelled `Reaction to McClelland'. 1985

Correspondents include Alexander Downer (Member of Parliament); Frederick White
(Red Hill, ACT).

BOX 101

22/41
`J.R. Moroney' - reprints and handwritten notes. Reprints and handwritten notes
labelled `J.R. Moroney'. 1985

22/42
John Moroney's submission to McClelland Royal Commission - miscellaneous
material. Miscellaneous material related to John Moroney's submission to
McClelland Royal Commission. 1985 (3 folders)

22/43
Miscellaneous correspondence related to McClelland Royal Comission -
correspondence. Miscellaneous correspondence related to McClelland Royal
Commission. 1985

Correspondents include John Atkinson (Royal Commission Secretary); George
Humphrey (University of Sydney); Gareth Evans (Minister for Resources and
Energy); W.A.S. Butement (Kew, Victoria); Alexander Downer (Member of
Parliament); W.J. Gibbs (Blackburn, Vic); Don J. Stevens (Camberwell, Vic).

22/44
Information regarding safety levels in nuclear tests - reprints and photocopies.
Reprints and photocopies related to safety levels in nuclear tests. 1985

Correspondents include Barbara Cameron (Waverley, NSW); J. Watson (Australian
Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering).

SERIES 23. CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

23/1
Seminar papers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - reprints. Reprints of
seminar papers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1946-1947

23/2
`Gordon photonuclear conference 1959' - reprint. EWT's copy of the document
entitled `Gordon photonuclear conference 1959'.

23/3
`Conferences' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material, mainly
correspondence relating to a number of conferences. 1960-1966.

23/4
`Gordon Conference, Andover, 13 - 17 June, 1966' - reprints. Reprints labelled
`Gordon Conference, Andover, 13-17 June, 1966'. 1966

23/5
`Attendance at Australian conferences' - reprints. Reprints of regulations of
Institute of Advanced Studies, the Australian National University, concerning
attendance at Australian conferences. 1971

23/6
`2nd International Conference on Geophysics of the Earth and the Oceans :
preliminary programme' - reprint. Reprint of the preliminary programme of the
2nd International Conference on Geophysics of the Earth and the Oceans, Sydney,
15-19 January 1973.

23/7
Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory conference, preliminary information -
reprints. Reprints of preliminary information regarding Daresbury Nuclear
Physics Laboratory Conference, Daresbury, 5-7 May 1973.

BOX 102

23/8
International Conference on The Technology of Electrostatic Accelerators,
Daresbury, 4-7 May 1973 - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to the International Conference on the Technology of Electrostatic Accelerators,
4-7 May 1973.

23/9
`International Conference on Hyperfine Interactors Studied in Nuclear Reactors
and Decay : first circular' - reprint. Reprint of `International Conference on
Hyperfine Interactions Studied in Nuclear Reactions and Decay, Sweden, 10-14
June, 1974.

23/10
Conference papers - photocopies. Photocopies of papers presented to various
conferences. 1975

23/11
Proceedings of the 1st Conference of the Australian Radiation Protection
Society, Sydney, 10-12 May 1976 - proceedings. Published proceedings of the 1st
Conference of the Australian Radiation Protection Society, Sydney, 10-12 May
1976.

23/12
`The consequences of Australian uranium' - reprint. Reprint of the proceedings
of a Seminar held in Canada, 10 May 1977, entitled `The consequences of
Australian uranium'.

23/13
`Seminar information and abstracts of papers' - reprints. Reprints of seminar
information and abstracts of papers from seminars on energy storage, compression
and switching, held in Canberra, 15-21 November 1977.

23/14
~Revue de Physique Appliquée~ - journal. Special issue of ~Revue de Physique
Appliquée~ (journal, in French), Vol.12, No.10, 1977, mainly containing papers
presented to the 2nd International Conference on Electrostatic Accelerator
Technology in France.

23/15
'The Consequences of Australian Uranium (1977)' and 'Impact of Uranium Mining in
the Alligator Rivers Region' (1980) - reprints. Background data for a seminar in
Canberra, 10 May 1977 and for a CRES Workshop, Canberra, 17-18 April 1980.

BOX 103

23/16
`Laser Conference March 1978' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to the 1st Australian National Laser Conference, Canberra, 20-23 March
1978.

23/17
`First Australian National Laser Conference, Canberra, 20-23 March, 1978' -
correspondence. Copies of correspondence related to the First Australian
National Laser Conference, Canberra, 20-23 March, 1978.

23/18
`1st Annual Symposium on Safeguards and Nuclear Material Management,
Brussels, 25-27 April, 1979 : proceedings' - reprint. Reprints of the
proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Safeguards and Nuclear
Material Management, 25-27 April 1979.

23/19
`Australian Universities to the Year 2000: conference of university governing
bodies' - reprint. Reprint of the occasional paper of the Australian Vice-
Chancellors Committee. 1979

23/20
`International Conference on Nuclear Physics, 24-30 August 1980, Berkeley,
California' - reprints. Reprints of brochures of International Conference on
Nuclear Physics, 24-30 August 1980, Berkeley, California.

23/21
Los Alamos 40th anniversary conference - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material concerning Los Alamos 40th anniversary conference, 13-16 April 1983.

23/22
`Chester Conference 1983' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
labelled `Chester Conference 1983', relating to 6th Tandem Conference, Chester,
18-22 April 1983.

23/23
`3rd International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, Helsinki,
Finland, 6-9 June 1983: Book of abstracts' - reprints. Reprints of `3rd
International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems: Book of abstracts'.

23/24
~Absolute Values and the New Cultural Revolution~ - book. Book with this title,
the commemorative volume of the 12th International Conference of the Unity of
the Sciences, Chicago, 24-27 November 1983.

BOX 104

23/25
12th International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences, Chicago, 24-27
November 1983 - reprints and copies. Reprints and copies, mainly of papers
presented to the 12th International Conference on the Unity of Sciences, Chicago
24-27 November 1983. (3 folders)

23/26
`3rd International Symposium 1984 Brisbane' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material labelled `3rd International Symposium 1984 Brisbane'.

23/27
`E.W. Titterton' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled `E.W
Titterton', mainly concerning the 2nd Regional Conference on Interdisciplinary
Approach to Peace, Kooralbyn Valley, Qld, 2-4 November 1984.

23/28
3rd International Symposium on World Trends in Science and Technology
Education - reprints. Reprints of material related to the 3rd International
Symposium on World Trends in Science and Technology Education, Brisbane, 10-20
December 1984.

23/29
4th International Conference on Electrostatic Accelerator Technology &
Associated Boosters, Argentina - reprints. Reprints of miscellaneous information
related to the 4th International Conference on Electrostatic Accelerator
Technology and Associated Boosters, Argentina, 15-19 April 1985.

23/30
Nuclear Education Symposium, Sydney, 20 July 1985 - reprints. Reprints of
papers presented to Nuclear Education Symposium, Sydney, 20 July 1985. 1984-1985

23/31
`Nuclei far from stability and fission, study weekend, Lymm, 26 - 27 October
1985' - reprints. Reprints of material from a study weekend, entitled `Nuclei
far from stability and fission'.

23/32
International Symposium on the Total Risk and Benefit Impact of Energy
Alternatives - reprints. Reprints of conference papers and other material of the
International Symposium on the Total Risk and Benefit Impact of Energy
Alternatives, University of Waterloo, 20-23 May, 1986.

23/33
Agenda for International Meeting on Volume Compression ... 24th-25th March,
1987 - copy. Copy of agenda for International Meeting on Volume Compression and
Double Layers in Laser Fusion, University of New South Wales, 24th-25th March
1987.

23/34
7th Tandem Conference, Berlin, 6-10 April 1987 - reprints. Reprints of circulars
of the 7th Tandem Conference, Berlin, 6-10 April 1987.

SERIES 24. OTHER ORGANISATIONS

24/1
Material regarding ASTEC review of scientific and technological research and
development - reprints. Reprints of material regarding ASTEC review of
scientific and technological research and development. 1985

24/2
Weizmann Institute - correspondence. Correspondence and other material related
to the Weizmann Institute. 1971-1981

Correspondents include Robert Kain; Eliel Skurnik; Gvirol Goldring; Igor Talmi;
D. Golan (Sigolev).

24/3
Weizmann Institute's application for funds - photocopies. Photocopies of
Weizmann Institute's application for funds. 1983

24/4
Australian Radiation Protection Society's information for prospective members
or associate members - reprints. Reprints of Australian Radiation Protection
Society's information for prospective members or associate members. 1975

24/5
'Remarks on the future of nuclear physics in Australia' - reprint. Paper by
Nuclear and Particle Physics Group of the Australian Institute of Physics
entitled 'Remarks on the future of nuclear physics in Australia', 1975.

BOX 105

24/6
`CINDU: catalogue of numerical neutron data available from the IAEA Nuclear
Data Unit, May 1968' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `CINDU:
catalogue of numerical neutron data available from the IAEA Nuclear Data Unit,
May 1968'.

24/7
1973 annual report of the Department of Physics, University of Auckland -
reprint. Reprint of the 1973 annual report of the Department of Physics,
University of Auckland.

24/8
`Accelerator Physics Group progress report July-December 1973' - reprint.
Reprint of the report entitled `Accelerator Physics Group progress report, July-
December 1973', published by Institute of Nuclear Sciences, New Zealand.

24/9
`Republic of South Africa: basic data' - reprint. Reprint of the brochure
entitled `Republic of South Africa: Basic data'. 1975

24/10
~International Atomic Energy Agency Bulletin~, Vol. 19, No. 5, October 1977 -
journal. ~International Atomic Energy Agency Bulletin~, Vol. 19, No. 5, October
1977.

24/11
Nuclear Industry Radioactive Waste Executive (UK): First Report to the Secretary
of State for the Environment - reprint. Reprint of the first report of
UK's Nuclear Industry Radioactive Waste Executive to the Secretary of State for
the Environment. 1987

24/12
Various publications related to radiation by the (Australian) National Health
and Medical Research Council - reprints. Reprints of various publications
related to radiation by the (Australian) National Health and Medical Research
Council. 1966-1967

24/13
`Newsletter Summer 1985' published by the Department of Physics, University
of Birmingham - newsletter. `Newsletter Summer 1985' published by the
Department of Physics, University of Birmingham.

24/14
Material related to European Organization for Nuclear Research - reprints.
Reprints of material related to European Organization for Nuclear Research. 1986

24/15
`International Organization for Science and Technology Education: Newsletter,
November 1985' - reprints. Reprints of `International Organization for Science
and Technology Education: Newsletter, November 1985'.

24/16
A circular from International Organization for Science and Technology
Education - reprint. Reprint of a circular from International Organization for
Science and Technology Education. 1987

24/17
`Report of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic
Radiation' - report. Report entitled `Report of the United Nations Scientific
Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation'. 1972

24/18
Various Canadian publications regarding nuclear research - brochures. Various
Canadian publications regarding nuclear research. 1975

24/19
`NAC News', No. 17, May 1987, by South Africa's National Accelerator Centre -
reprint. Reprint of `NAC News', No. 17, May 1987, by South Africa's National
Accelerator Centre.

24/20
`Assy. 6 metre aero generator' - plan. Plan entitled `Assy. 6 metre aero
generator'. 1940?

24/21
Publication by Institut de Physique Nucléaire, Université Paris-Sud - reprint.
Reprint of a publication in French by Institut de Physique Nucléaire, Université
Paris-Sud. 1976

24/22
`OAPEC 1977-79' - reprints. Reprints of various publications by Organization of
Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries.

24/23
`Biennial report 1982-1983' by Nuclear Structure Research Laboratory, the
University of Rochester, New York - report. `Biennial report 1982-1983' by
Nuclear Structure Research Laboratory, the University of Rochester, New York.

24/24
`Universities and institutions (overseas and Australian)' - correspondence.
Correspondence labelled `Universities and institutions (overseas and
Australian)'. 1971-1981

Correspondents include Ilan Ben-Zvi (State University of New York at Stony
Brook); David E. Caro (University of Tasmania); John W. Noe (State University of
New York at Stony Brook); Bernie J. O'Brien (DSIR Institute of Nuclear Sciences,
NZ); Peter Parsons (La Trobe University); Jack Spalding (Las Alamos Scientific
Laboratory); Jim B. Ball (Oak Ridge National Laboratory); Eric O. Hall
(University of Newcastle); Peter Paul (State University of New York at Stony
Brook); William A. Higinbotham (Brookhaven National Laboratory); Mathew Fewell
(Yale University); Hilary Morton (University of Saskatchewan); Leslie G. Kemeny
(University of New South Wales); Lowell Bollinger (Argonne National
Laboratories); Stanley Bashkin (University of Arizona); Julius Stone (University
of New South Wales); E. Jaeschke (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik); K.Okamoto
(University of New South Wales); Stan S. Hanna (Stanford University); Franz
Plasil (Oak Ridge National Laboratory); John R. Saunders (University of New
South Wales); John H. Fremlin (University of Birmingham); E. Paul George
(University of New South Wales); Ann Moyal (Griffith University); Alan S. Miller
(Macquarie University); Zelman Cowen (University of Queensland); Ken W. Allen
(University of Oxford); Leon Katz (University of Saskatchewan); Bernie L. Cohen
(University of Pittsburgh); R.B. Gardiner (University of Queensland); Takashi
Mikumo (Tokyo University of Education); Micheline Guichard (Institut de Physique
Nucléaire); Ghias U. Din (Kuwait University); Ralph W. Parsons (University of
Queensland); John O. Newton (Australian National University).

24/25
`The University, Kuwait' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
labelled ``The University, Kuwait'.1976-1978

Correspondents include David Viggars; Isam Naqib; Usameh Jamali (OAPEC).

24/26
James Cook University - correspondence. Correspondence related to James Cook
University. 1977-1981

Correspondents include Jim F. Ward; Geoff N. Richards.

BOX 106

24/27
`Macquarie University' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related to Macquarie University. 1979-1984
Correspondents include A.J.T. Ford; John G. Hawke; Brian F. Gray; Barbara Horsfield; R.B. McKern; Bruce Harris; W.L. Butts; R.J. Lawton; John Manning; Perce H. Partridge; P.J. Foster; S.S. Clark; Frank H. Talbot; N.T. Drane; D.M.T. Gibson; P.W. Barnett; Peter Carroll, Michael Kirby.

24/28
University of Melbourne - correspondence. Correspondence related to the
University of Melbourne. 1977-1981

Correspondents include Ed G. Muirhead; Brian M. Spicer; Len K. Stevens.

24/29
University of Singapore - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material related
to the University of Singapore. 1976-1981

Correspondents include Arthur Rajaratnam; Arthur Wills (Ely College); Ling Sing
Wong; R.G. Milne (Nowra, NSW); Chai Min Yen; Robert Street (Australian National
University).

24/30
University of Singapore - miscellaneous material (2). Miscellaneous material
related to the University of Singapore. 1977-1978

Correspondents include Arthur Rajaratnam; Ling Sing Wong; Chai Min Yen; G.E.
Dicker (Australian National University); Robert Street (Australian National
University).

24/31
Southern Universities Nuclear Institute - correspondence. Correspondence with
Ieks Van Heerden, Southern Universities Nuclear Institute, South Africa. 1982-
1983

24/32
University of Western Australia - reprints. Reprints of material regarding
University of Western Australia. 1976-1979

24/33
`Uranium Information Centre Limited' - reprints. Reprints labelled `Uranium
Information Centre Limited'. 1980

24/34
Nucletronix Incorporated (Massachusetts) - reprints. Reprints regarding
Nucletronix Incorporated (Massachusetts). 1980

24/35
`Environmental Radioactivity, annual report, 1972' by National Radiation
Laboratory, New Zealand - report. Copy of the 1972 annual report on
environmental radioactivity by National Radiation Laboratory, New Zealand. 1972

24/36
`National Research Laboratory - Study Group Proposal' - reprint. Reprint of the
document entitled `National Research Laboratory - Study Group Proposal'. 1970?-
1980?

24/37
EWT's letters to Cyclotron Corporation, USA - copies. Copies of EWT's letters to
Cyclotron Corporation, USA. 1980-1981

24/38
Material regarding General Ionex Corporation (Massachusetts) - reprints.
Reprints of material regarding General Ionex Corporation (Massachusetts). 1979-
1980

24/39
Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material
related to Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd. 1979-1981

24/40
National Science Foundation, project proposal, 11 July 1983 - reprint. Reprint
of a project proposal related to small business innovation research by
(Australian) National Science Foundation. 1983

BOXES 106-107

24/41
Reports by Ernest O. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California
- reprints. Reprints of reports by Ernest O. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory,
University of California. 1958-1969 (4 folders -3 in BOX 107)

BOXES 107-108

24/42
~Plowshare Series~ - Reports and other material by Lawrence Radiation
Laboratory, University of California - reprints. Reprints of ~Plowshare Series~,
reports and other material by Lawrence Laboratory, University of California.
1958-1959 (2 folders -1 in BOX 108)

BOX 108

24/43
`Plowshare: Investigation of manufacture of aggregate and riprap by nuclear
means' - report. Report with this title by United States Army Corps of
Engineers. 1965

24/44
`Department of Defense, United States Atomic Energy Commission: Project
Danny Boy' - report. Report on Project Danny Boy. 1965

24/45
`United States Atomic Energy Commission, Plowshare Program, Project
Dugout' - reports. Reports on Project Dugout. 1965-1969

24/46
`United States Atomic Energy Commission, Plowshare Program, Project
Gnome' - reports. Reports on Project Gnome. 1965

24/47
`United States Army Corps of Engineers, Plowshare Program, Project Pre-
Buggy' - reports. Reports on Project pre-Buggy. 1964-1965

24/48
`United States Atomic Energy Commission, Plowshare Program, Project Pre-
Buggy II' - report. Report on Project Pre-Buggy II. 1965

BOX 109

24/49
`United States Army Corps of Engineers, Plowshare Program, Project Pre-
Schooner' - reports. Reports on Project Pre-Schooner. 1964-1965

24/50
`United States Atomic Energy Commission, Plowshare Program, Project Sedan'
- reports. Reports on Project Sedan. 1965

24/51
`United States Atomic Energy Commission, Plowshare Program, Project Sulky'
- report. Report on Project Sulky. 1965

24/52
`Plowshare' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material labelled
`Plowshare'. 1960-1965

24/53
`Human Engineering' - reprint. Reprint of the publication entitled `Human
Engineering'. 1975?-1980?

24/54
`Report of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic
Radiation' - report. Document entitled `Report of the United Nations Scientific
Committee on the effects of atomic radiation'. 1962

24/55
`Proposal for a cyclotron facility at the California Institute of Technology' -
proposal. `Proposal for a cyclotron facility at the California Institute of
Technology'. 1966

24/56
University of Birmingham, Department of Physics, Newsletter, Christmas 1980 -
newsletter. Copy of the 1980 Christmas Newsletter of the Department of Physics,
University of Birmingham.

BOX 110

24/57
University of Singapore, examination questions in physics and applied physics,
session 1977/78 - reprints. Reprints of the examination questions in physics and
applied physics, session 1977/78, University of Singapore.

24/58
General brochure of Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research. General brochure
of Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research. 1970?-1985?

24/59
`Light and heavy ion facility' - proposal. Proposal for a light and heavy ion
facility by the Nuclear Consortium. 1970

24/60
A letter to EWT from Australian Commercial Research and Development
Limited - correspondence. Letter to EWT from Australian Commercial Research
and Development Limited, dated 5 March 1985, and some attached material.

24/61
`National Electrostatic Corporation 1, 1969 - 1972' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material labelled `National Electrostatic Corporation 1, 1969 -
1972'.

24/62
`National Electrostatic Corporation 2, 1973 - 1977' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material labelled `National Electrostatic Corporation 2, 1973 -
1977'. 1973-1977

24/63
`Reports of the Planning Committee on electric power development in New
Zealand' - reprints. Reprints of `Reports of the Planning Committee on electric
power development in New Zealand' by New Zealand Electricity Department, 1964.
1964-1967

24/64
`DSIR, Nuclear structure research, June 1963' - reprint. Reprint of the report
entitled `DSIR, Nuclear structure research, June 1963'.

24/65
1974 annual report of Australian Embassy in USA - reprint. Reprint of the 1974
annual report of Australian Embassy in USA.

24/66
Australian Radiation Lab, `Arrangements for appointments & promotion to the
research scientist structure & ...' - reprint. Reprint of document entitled
`Arrangement for appointment and promotion to the research scientist structure
and merit advancement for research scientists at the Australian Radiation
Laboratory'. 1970?-1985?

24/67
Australian Research Grants Committee, 1970-73 - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material related to the administration of the Australian Research
Grants Committee, 1970-73.

24/68
`Triumf Progress Report, 1975' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled
`Triumf Progress Report, 1975' by Nuclear Research Centre, University of
Alberta, Canada.

24/69
Information on RAL (UK) - copies. Copies of information on RAL (UK). 1983-1984

SERIES 25. PROFESSORS' WORLD PEACE ACADEMY

25/1
`Statements on PWPA's motives, goals, funding and leadership' - reprint.
Reprint of the document entitled `Statements on PWPA's motives, goals, fundings
and leadership'. 1970?-1985?

25/2
Letter to EWT from Secretary of Professors World Peace Academy -
correspondence. Letter to EWT from Lilly Skruzny (secretary of PWPA), dated 10
August 1984, concerning the unfair treatment given to Rev. Moon. 1984

25/3
~The Academician~, Vol.1, No.5, Autumn 1983 - reprint. Reprint of ~The
Academician~, Vol.1, No.5, Autumn 1983, published by Professors World Peace
Academy of Japan.

25/4
Professors World Peace Academy of Australia, 2nd Regional Conference on
interdisciplinary approaches to peace - brochures. Brochures and agenda of the
2nd Regional Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Peace held by
Professors World Peace Academy of Australia, 2-4 November, 1984.

25/5
EWT's draft of paper for 2nd regional conference on interdisciplinary
approaches to peace - reprint. EWT's printed draft of paper for the 2nd regional
conference on interdisciplinary approaches to peace, with EWT's handwritten
corrections. 1984?-1984?

25/6
~International Journal of World Peace~ - correspondence. Correspondence
between EWT and the Editor of ~International Journal of World Peace~. 1984

25/7
`PWPA Sydney meeting, Nov. 1985' - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous
material labelled `PWPA Sydney meeting, Nov. 1985', mainly related to the 3rd
regional conference on interdisciplinary approaches to peace, 1-3 November,
1985.

25/8
~International Cultural Foundation, ICF report~, Vol.1, No.5, Nov-Dec 1983. -
newsletter. Newsletter with this title, Vol.1, No.5, November-December 1983.

BOX 111

25/9
`Sir Ernest Titterton' - conference material. A folder labelled `Sir Ernest
Titterton', containing material related to the 3rd Regional Conference on
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Peace, Waverley, NSW, 1-3 November 1985.

SERIES 26. RANGER URANIUM ENVIRONMENTAL INQUIRY

26/1
`Ranger uranium environmental inquiry' - reprints and photocopies. Reprints
and photocopies of the document entitled `Ranger uranium environmental inquiry'.
1976

Correspondents include Barry F.H. McCrea (Ranger Uranium Mines); John Rames
(Ranger Uranium Environmental Inquiry).

26/2
`Ranger uranium environmental inquiry' - correspondence. Correspondence
related to `Ranger uranium environmental inquiry'. 1975

Correspondents include John Rames (Ranger Uranium Environmental Inquiry); Mr
Hill (Crown Solictor's Office (Commonwealth)).

SERIES 27. THREE MILE ISLAND

27/1
Information concerning the Three Mile Island nuclear reactor accident, 28
March 1979 - miscellaneous material. Miscellaneous material regarding the Three
Mile Island nuclear reactor accident, 28 March 1979. 1979

27/2
`N-contamination danger "ended" for neighbours' - newspaper clipping.
Newspaper clipping with this title, concerning the Thre Mile Island Incident.
1979

27/3
`Radiation spread over 50km after accident at N-plant' - newspaper clipping.
Newspaper clipping with this title. 1979

27/4
The `Three Mile Island Accident' - typescript. Typescript with this title, with
EWT's handwritten corrections. 1980?-1983?

 

SERIES 28. UNITED KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY, HARWELL (UKAEA)

28/1
`Isotopes today' - pamphlet. Pamphlet entitled `Isotopes today', published by UK
Atomic Energy Authority. 1965

28/2
`The detection and recognition of underground explosions' - reprints. Reprint of
`The detection and recognition of underground explosions', a special report of
the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority and EWT's articles. 1965

28/3
`Evidence submitted 1974/75 to the Royal Commission on Environmental
Pollution' - reprint. EWT's copy of `Evidence submitted 1974/75 to the Royal
Commission on Environmental Pollution' by UK Atomic Energy Authority.

28/4
`UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)' - correspondence. Reprint of EWT's
letter to W. Marshall (Deputy Chairman of UKAEA), dated 1 November 1979.

28/5
5 pamphlets on nuclear power - reprints. Reprints of 5 pamphlets on nuclear
power by UK Atomic Energy Authority. 1980-1981

SERIES 29. UNITED KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT (AERE HARWELL)

29/1
EWT's notebook, United Kingdom AERE, Harwell, Laboratory - notebook.
EWT's notebook, United Kingdom AERE, Harwell, Laboratory. 1949?

29/2
Technical data by UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell -
reprints. Reprints of technical data by UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment,
Harwell. 1947

29/3
Two documents of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Research Establishment
- reprints. Reprints of two documents of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy
Research Establishment related to nuclear research. 1949-1952

29/4
Papers on fission by UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment - reprints.
Reprints of papers on fission by UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment. 1951-
1952

BOX 112

29/5
5 pamphlets concerning atomic energy research by UK Atomic Energy Research
Establishment - reprints. Reprints of 5 pamphlets concerning atomic energy
research by UK Atomic Energy Research establishment. 1952-1965

29/6
`Atomic Energy Research Establishment, 1957-67' - correspondence.
Correspondence between EWT and United Kingdom Atomic Energy Research
Establishment and other organisations. 1957-1967

Correspondents include Joan Freeman; Egon Bretscher; Basil Rose; M. Gosset;
Michael Nobes; John Jelley; Pat Cavanagh; T. Gerry Pickavance; John B. Adams; K.
Lokan; Eric Paul; Doug L. Allen; R.W. McIlroy; N. Allen; J.E. Adamson; J.P.F.
Sellschop; J.M. Somerville (University of New England); W.D. Allen; D.O. Jordan
(Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering); R.M. Fishenden; D.E.
Fairbairn (Meber of Parliament); J. Frank Jackson; B.F.J. Schonland; R.N.Crooks;
Don W. Fry; John Cockcroft; M.L. Smith; John F. Loutit; R.B. Owen; Leon Katz;
Maurice J. Brinkworth.

29/7
`Progress report for the period 1 November 1968 - 30 April 1969' - reprint.
Reprint of `Progress report for the period 1 November 1968 - 30 April 1969' by
UK Atomic Energy Authority, Nuclear Physics Division, AERE Harwell.

29/8
`UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment' - correspondence. Correspondence
mainly between EWT and UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment. 1971-1979

Correspondents include L.E.J. Roberts; Joan M. Freeman; Geoff Symons; Tom
Connelly; Brian Robson (Australian National University); Walter Marshall; John
M. Poate.

29/9
`Iodine-123 available in Harwell' - reprint. Reprint of the technical data
entitled `Iodine-123 available in Harwell' 1980

29/10
~Harwell Information Bulletin~, No 1738, 11 July 1980 - reprint. Reprint of
~Harwell Information Bulletin~ No.1738, published on 11 July 1980 by UK Atomic
Energy Authority.

SERIES 30. UNITED KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY. ATOMIC WEAPONS RESEARCH
ESTABLISHMENT (AWRE)

30/1
`Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, 1957-1966' - correspondence.
Correspondence between EWT and (UK) Atomic Weapons Research Establishment.

Correspondents include Henry R. Hulme; E.F. (Ted) Newley; Don Eccleshall
(University of Pennsylvania); Roy Pilgrim; Richard A. Fitch; A.J. Abraham; G.
Arnison; Dr A. Muggleton; Roy Middleton; N. Levin; Ken W. Allen; Stan Hinds;
F.A. Howe; W.E. Miller; W.M. Deuchars; Sam C. Curran; B.W. Wolfe; Charles A.
Adams; William Penney; L.G. Melville (Austalian National University).

30/2
`Atomic Weapons Research Establishment' - correspondence. Correspondence
between EWT and Atomic Weapons Research Establishment'. 1970-1981

Correspondents include Frank Morgan; E. Max Gunnersen; E.F. (Ted) Newley; Fred
Howe; Henry R. Hulme.

30/3
`AWRE report' No.NR/A-2/62 - reprint. Reprint of `AWRE report', No.NR/A-
2/62. 1962

30/4
`AWRE report' No.0-16/68 - reprint. Reprint of `AWRE report' No. 0-16/68,
published by UK Atomic Energy Authority. 1968

30/5
`AWRE (Atomic Weapons Research Establishment) report' Nos.054/69 and
013/69 - reprints. Reprints of `AWRE report' Nos.054/69 and 013/69, published by
UK Atomic Energy Authority. 1969

30/6
`AWRE report' No.032/72 - reprint. Reprint of `AWRE report', No.032/72. 1972

30/7
`AWRE Foulness division: depressurisation studies. Phase 3: results of tests 142
and 143' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `AWRE Foulness division:
depressurisation studies. Phase 3: result of tests 142 and 143'. 1977

30/8
`AWRE Foulness division: depressurisation studies. Phase 3: result of tests 144
and 145' - reprint. Reprint of the document entitled `AWRE Foulness division:
depressurisation studies. Phase 3: results of tests 144 and 145'. 1977

SERIES 31. AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION

31/1
ABC, correspondence and scripts of talks - printed and handwritten sheets.
Printed and handwritten sheets of correspondence between EWT and Australian
Broadcasting Commission and scripts of talks. 1956?

BOX 113

31/2
`Australian Broadcasting Commission to December 1960' - miscellaneous
material. Miscellaneous material labelled `Australian Broadcasting Commission to
December 1960'.

31/3
`Australian Broadcasting Commission 1961-79' - miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous material labelled `Australian Broadcasting Commission 1961-79'. (2
folders)

31/4
`ABC discussion on atomic energy in Australia with D.E. Bruin' - printed and
handwritten sheets. Printed and handwritten sheets labelled `ABC discussion on
atomic energy in Australia with D.E. Bruin'. 1969

31/5
`Australian Broadcasting Commission' - correspondence. Correspondence
labelled `Australian Broadcasting Commission'. 1979-1981

SERIES 32. AUSTRALIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

32/1
Australian Academy of Science, `The biological effects of nuclear explosion
fall-out' - miscellaneous material April 1973. Annotated reprint of the article
entitled `The biological effects of nuclear explosion fall-out' and related
notes, newspaper clippings, etc.

32/2
Senate Standing Committee on National Resources, `Inquiry into the
replacement of petroleum-based fuels'. Submission, July. Reprint of submission
by Australian Academy of Science et al. entitled `Inquiry into the replacement
of petroleum-based fuels' by Senate Standing Committee on National Resources.
1979

32/3
Australian Academy of Science, `Submission to the Committee of the National
Energy Research Development and ...' - reprint. Reprint of the article entitled
`Submission to the Committee of the National Energy Research Development and
Demonstration Council reviewing the Australian Atomic Energy Commission'. 1979

32/4
`Australian Academy of Science (general file)' - miscellaneous correspondence.
Miscellaneous correspondence labelled `Australian Academy of Science (general
file)'. 1969-1981

SERIES 33. MISCELLANEOUS

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Conference on Laser Fusion, 24-25 March 1987 [CD]. Includes a transcript of EWT’s concluding remarks to the conference.

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                   Books from EWT’s library:

  • Operational circuit analysis, by Vannevar Bush, with an appendix by Norbert Wiener. NY, Wiley, 1929
  • General physics for students; a text-book on the fundamental properties of matter, by Edwin Edser. London, Macmillan, 1926
  • Solutions of the examples in higher algebra, by H S Hall and S R Knight. London, Macmillan, 1932
  • Integral calculus for beginners, with an introduction to the study of differential equations, by Joseph Edwards. London, Macmillan, 1932
  • Atoms and rays; an introduction to modern views on atomic structure and radiation, by Sir Oliver Lodge. 4th ed. London, Ernest Benn, 1931
  • Light, by Vivian T Saunders. 2nd ed. London, John Murray, 1931
  • Light for students, by Edwin Edser, with an appendix by N M Bligh. London, Macmillan, 1931
  • Atomic weapons and east-west relations, by P M S Blackett. Cambridge, University Press, 1956
  • Higher algebra for colleges and secondary schools, by Charles Davison. 2nd ed. Cambridge, University Press, 1927
  • Our nuclear future … facts dangers and opportunities, by Edward Teller and Albert L Latter. London, Secker and Warburg, 1958
  • Water production using nuclear energy, edited by Roy G Post and Robert L Seale.Tucson, Arizona, University of Arizona Press, 1966
  • Project Y: the Los Alamos Story. Part I. Toward Trinity, by David Hawkins. Part II. Beyond trinity, by Edith C Truslow and Ralph Carlisle Smith. Los Angeles and San Francisco, Tomash, 1983

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                   Books from EWT’s library (cont’d)

  • Australia’s power resources; papers read at the 1954 Winter Forum of the victorian Group of the Australian Institute of Political Science … , edited by N R Wills. Melbourne, Cheshire, 1955
  • The bowl of night; the physical universe and scientific thought, by F P Dickson. Eindhoven, Philips, 1968
  • An outline of atomic physics, by members of the physics staff of the University of Pittsburgh. 2nd ed. New York, Wiley, 1937
  • Matter, motion and electricity; a modern approach to general physics, by Henry de Wolf Smyth and Charles Wilbur Ufford. New York and London, McGraw-Hill, 1939
  • Reflections on big science, by Alvin M Weinberg. Oxford and Sydney, Pergamon Press, 1967
  • The elements of coordinate geometry, by S L Loney. Part I. Cartesian coordinates. London, Macmillan, 1929
  • Magnetism and electricity for students, by H E Hadley. London, Macmillan, 1928
  • The world view of physics, by C F v. Weizsäcker; translated by Marjorie Grene. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1952
  • Atoms in the family; my life with Enrico Fermi designer of the first atomic pile, by Laura Fermi. London, Allen & Unwin, 1955
  • Higher algebra; a sequel to Elementary algebra for schools, by H S Hall and S K Knight. London, Macmillan, 1910
  • City of fire; Los Alamos and the atomic age, 1943-1945, by James W Kunetka. Rev. ed. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1979
  • Energy for a greater Australia, by Harold Rabling, with foreword by Sir John Storey. Melbourne, Tait, 1950
  • Australia in the nuclear age; national defence and national development, by Ian Bellamy. Sydney, Sydney University Press, 1972
  • Inside Box 1663, by Eleanor Jette. Los Alamos, Los Alamos Historical Society, 1977
  • Nuclear Active (Atomic Energy Corporation of South Africa), Number 28, January 1983
  • Atom (the monthly information bulletin of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority), number 315, January 1983


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