Abstract

Papers of William James McGill, experimental psychologist, university administrator, author, teacher and community leader. McGill's research in reaction time measurement contributed to advances in cognitive psychology and his leadership as chancellor of the University of California, San Diego (1968-1970), and president of Columbia University (1970-1980), brought him to national prominence. The collection contains research material, writings, speeches, correspondence, photographs and clipping files, documenting McGill's scientific contributions, his skill as an administrator and his work with corporations and philanthropic organizations. The papers span the period 1951-1997 and are arranged in nine series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS, 4) RESEARCH MATERIAL, 5) COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, 6) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO, 7) BOARDS AND DIRECTORSHIPS, 8) PHOTOGRAPHS, and 9) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

Biography

William James McGill was born February 27, 1922, in New York City. He received bachelor's and master's degrees from Fordham University (1943 and 1947), and completed a Ph.D. in experimental psychology at Harvard University in 1953 with a specialization in signal detection theory. He began his teaching career as an instructor in psychology at Fordham and Boston College (1947-1951). In 1951 he joined the staff of Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Lincoln Laboratory, and became an assistant professor at M.I.T. in 1954. In 1956 he accepted an assistant professorship at Columbia University and obtained tenure in 1960.

McGill came to UCSD in 1965 as a professor of psychology, helping to set up the psychology department, and continuing his work in signal detection and information processing. In 1968 McGill was named chairman of a search committee to select a new chancellor for UCSD. When the search proved unsuccessful, McGill was offered the job, and after some hesitation, accepted. Student political activism was increasing on the San Diego campus, and the reputation of the university was under fire from local newspapers and community groups. One cause of this turmoil was McGill's decision to reappoint Marxist philosopher Herbert Marcuse to the UCSD faculty. Another was McGill's public affirmation of Angela Davis' right to teach at UCLA. McGill's stand on academic freedom brought him into conflict with then Governor Ronald Reagan and with Superintendent of Schools Max Rafferty. On the campus, he dealt with student anti-war demonstrations, strikes and demands for greater minority representation. He later wrote of this period in a book, THE YEAR OF THE MONKEY (1983), an analysis and interpretation of the events during his UCSD chancellorship.

In 1970, McGill returned to Columbia University as its 16th President, a position he held for ten years. McGill brought order to Columbia's financial resources, balanced the budget and continued to deal with unrest. Students, and the surrounding community, protested the war in Viet Nam, minority representation, the Triga nuclear reactor, and the University's role as a landlord. During this period Columbia admitted women students and completed new building and restoration projects.

In 1980 McGill retired from Columbia and accepted an appointment as Adjunct Professor of Psychology at UCSD, where he taught courses on the psychology of group protest. He also joined the boards of the Weingart Foundation and the Richard Lounsbery Foundation, and worked with several community centered organizations. His philanthropic pursuits led him to found San Diego Dialogue, an organization designed to further relations between San Diego and Tijuana.

William McGill was recognized with honorary degrees and awards and elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He was the chairman of advisory panels and commissions, most notably the President's Commission on a National Agenda for the Eighties during the Carter administration.

William McGill died October 19, 1997.

Scope and Content

Papers of William J. McGill, UCSD chancellor (1968-1970), president of Columbia University (1970-1980), and UCSD professor of psychology (1965-1968 and 1980-1997). He also served on corporate and foundation boards and community organizations. The collection contains research material, writings, speeches, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and clipping files documenting McGill's career.

The papers span the period 1951-1997 and are arranged in nine series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS, 4) RESEARCH MATERIAL, 5) COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, 6) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO, 7) BOARDS AND DIRECTORSHIPS, 8) PHOTOGRAPHS, and 9) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL series is arranged in three subseries: A) Appointment Books and Calendars, B) Miscellaneous Biographical Material and C) Scrapbooks.

A) This subseries is arranged chronologically but lacks material for 1985. McGill and his secretaries used several types of appointment books and calendars to track his meetings, events and travel schedule. Most of the material contains brief annotations of names, times and places.

B) These items are arranged alphabetically and include awards and honorary degrees, biographical forms and curriculum vitae, published interviews with McGill, and his "Reminiscences," a set of nine interviews conducted by Columbia history professor Henry Graff for the Oral History Office at Columbia University in June-July, 1979, and May, 1980. The interviews begin with McGill's decision to join the Columbia faculty in 1955, his move to UCSD in 1965, and return to Columbia as president. McGill gives detailed accounts of the issues and events of his decade at Columbia The transcript has an index of names.

C) Eighteen scrapbooks are arranged in chronological order, 1968-1980, and contain a heterogeneous collection of items reflecting the issues of McGill's years at Columbia. The material includes magazine and newspaper articles, leaflets, flyers, photographs, letters, reports, correspondence, and miscellaneous memorabilia.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent, with the exception of the letters McGill kept in a "Hate Mail" file, which have been kept together. Correspondents include Armand Hammer, Richard C. Atkinson, Arthur Krim, Marianne McDonald, daughter Rowena McGill, Neil Morgan, Alan Pifer, Malvin C. Teich, and Mary Walshok. Note that Series 5, 6 and 7 have their own subseries for correspondence.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series is arranged in five subseries: A) Research Articles, B) Books and Chapters of Books, C) Book Reviews, D) Speeches, and E) Miscellaneous.

A) McGill's scientific writings are arranged chronologically, earliest to latest, and this subseries begins with a chronological list of his publications. Most of them present the results of his work on the analysis of how the brain detects and processes sensory information.

B) This subseries contains chapters McGill contributed to texts in psychology, proposals and drafts for STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION, and multiple versions of THE YEAR OF THE MONKEY, his account of the events of his years as chancellor at the University of California, San Diego. It also contains the table of contents for his proposed book about Columbia, STORMS OF TIME: COLUMBIA AFTER THE 1968 RIOTS.

C) McGill's reviews of books in experimental and mathematical psychology are arranged chronologically.

D) McGill's speeches are arranged chronologically and include commencement addresses, eulogies, remarks on the occasion of meetings and dinners of groups and organizations. They cover a range of current issues and topics in education, administration and psychology.

E) This subseries contains essays and opinion pieces on social, political and educational issued published in newspapers and magazines and reports and proposals based on his work on the boards of corporations and foundation.

SERIES 4: RESEARCH MATERIAL

The RESEARCH MATERIAL series is arranged in three subseries: A) Notes, B) Notebooks and C) Writings of Others.

A) This subseries contains loose notes with calculations, graphs, information on laboratory equipment, reprints of writings by others, and reference material.

B) The laboratory notebooks contain calculations and data from McGill's studies and analysis of the detection and flow of sensory information to the brain.

C) This subseries contains reprints and photocopies of publications by others with McGill's annotations. It also contains reprints of McGill's colleague and co-author, Malvin Teich, along with some of Teich's teaching material.

SERIES 5: COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

The COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY series is arranged in four subseries: A) Administrative Material, B) Correspondence, C) Teaching Materials, and D) Clipping Files.

A) This subseries is arranged alphabetically by folder heading and includes budget data, board of trustees meetings minutes, memoranda from the office of the president, a "Report on Student Protest..." issued by the New York Bar Association, and a collection of flyers, leaflets and announcements distributed by various groups.

B) Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent, most of the Columbia correspondence dates from McGill's years as president-emeritus, 1980-1997.

C) The subseries is arranged chronologically by course and contains lecture notes, reading lists, a final examination, and correspondence.

D) The subseries contains photocopies of newspaper articles and some magazine articles for the years 1971-1980.

SERIES 6: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO

The UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO series is arranged in four subseries: A) Administrative Material, B) Correspondence, C) Teaching Material, and D) Clipping File.

A) This subseries is arranged alphabetically by folder title and contains agenda, minutes and reports generated by various university committees, press releases and statements issued by McGill from the Chancellor's Office, much of it dealing with aspects of campus and community responses to controversial issues: the war in Viet Nam, Herbert Marcuse, campus recruiting by the Marine Corps. Material documenting the background and planning for UCSD's Charter High School is also in this subseries.

B) The subseries is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.

C) The subseries is arranged chronologically by course and containts syllabi, lecture notes, examinations, and student evaluations of McGill's teaching on the Course and Professor Evaluations (CAPE) review forms.

D) The subseries is arranged chronologically and contains photocopies of newspaper articles and magazine articles for the years 1968-1990

SERIES 7: BOARDS AND DIRECTORSHIPS

The BOARDS AND DIRECTORSHIPS SERIES is arranged in eight subseries, alphabetically by name of organization. The material in each subseries consists of agenda and minutes, correspondence, and some subseries contain subject folders. The subject material is arranged alphabetically by type and then chronologically.

A) Commission for a National Agenda for the '80s. In 1979 President James Carter appointed McGill chairman of this commission to conduct a study of the major issues of the coming decade. McGill presented the final report in January, 1981. The subseries contains agenda, minutes, correspondence, and press releases.

B) John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. In 1983 McGill was invited to become a nominator for the MacArthur Fellows Program. The subseries contains correspondence and list of nominees.

C) La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation. McGill was named a trustee of the Foundation in 1992. In 1996 the name was changed to the Burnham Institute. The subseries contains agenda, minutes and correspondence.

D) McGraw-Hill, Inc. McGill was on this publisher's board of directors for twenty years, 1973-1993. The subseries contains agenda, minutes and correspondence.

E) Richard Lounsbery Foundation. McGill served on the board of directors of this philanthropic foundation 1980-1997. The subseries contains agenda, minutes and correspondence.

F) San Diego Dialogue. McGill was instrumental in setting up this community-based organization, covened by UCSD in 1990 to "promote a renewal of civic discussion, thoughtful research and consensus building on the future of the San Diego/Tijuana region." The subseries contains agenda, minutes, administrative and financial information, correspondence, and proposals and reports for the period 1991-1998.

G) Weingart Foundation. McGill joined the board of directors of this philanthropic foundation in 1983. The subseries contains agenda and minutes, correspondence, and descriptions of grants awarded.

H) Miscellaneous Organizations. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by name of organization and contains material related to McGill's work with local, regional and national organizations involved with health, education and media issues.

SERIES 8: PHOTOGRAPHS

The PHOTOGRAPHS series is arranged in three subseries: A) Portraits of McGill, B) McGill with Others and C) Miscellaneous Photographs.

A) Portraits of McGill. The subseries is arranged chronologically and contains black-and-white prints of McGill in a studio or in various university settings. There are also color prints of painted portraits.

B) McGill with Others. The subseries is arranged chronologically and contains photographs of McGill at various professional meetings, university commencements, social ceremonies and events. McGill moved in academic, corporate and political circles in New York and the photographs include Indira Ghandi, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, Bob Hope, Geraldo Rivera, Margaret Mead.

SERIES 9: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES series contains the originals of brittle or high acid content documents that have been photocopied.

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

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Appointment Books and Calendars

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1 1 Loose pages of weekly calendars, 1970 - 1971.
1 2 Loose pages of a weekly calendar, 1972.
1 3 Loose pages of weekly calendars, 1973 - 1974.
1 4 Loose pages of a weekly calendar, 1975.
1 5 Loose pages of a weekly calendar, 1976.
1 6 Loose pages of weekly calendars, 1977 - 1978.
1 7 Loose pages of weekly calendars, 1979 - 1980.
1 8 Bound planner, 1980. Contains laid-in notes.
2 1 Bound planner, 1981. Contains laid-in notes.
2 2 Bound planner, 1982. Contains laid-in notes.
2 3 Bound planner, 1983. Contains laid-in notes.
2 4 Bound planner, 1984. Contains laid-in notes.
2 5 Bound planner, 1986. Contains laid-in notes.
3 1 Bound planner, 1987.
3 2 Bound planner, 1988.
3 3 Bound planner, 1989.
3 4 Spiral bound planner, 1990. Contains laid-in notes.
3 5 Spiral bound picture calendar, 1990. Contains laid-in notes.
3 6 Bound planner, 1991.
4 1 Bound planner, 1992.
4 2 Bound planner, 1993.
4 3 Bound planner, 1994. Contains laid-in notes.
4 4 Bound planner, 1995.
4 5 Bound planner, 1996. Contains laid-in notes.
5 1 Bound planner, 1997. Contains laid-in notes.

Miscellaneous Biographical Material

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5 2 Annual Supplements to the Biography Form, UCSD, 1982 - 1992. Typescript forms with five categories: university service, awards, contracts and grants, other activities, and other outside activities.
5 3 Awards and certificates, 1968 - 1988. Includes program and seating list for the 1979 Alexander Hamilton Award presented to McGill and handwritten verse signed by Isaac Asimov, February 27, 1978, on the Seventeenth Annual Mark Van Doren Award Ceremony "Script." Also includes correspondence.
5 4 FB-317-04 Awards and certificates. Instituto Mexicano de Cultura, April 29, 1974.
5 5 Curriculum vitae, 1970 - 1997. Typescripts. Includes "Professional Biography (updated 9/1/97)," and "Additional Information for UC Access Profile," listing McGill's areas of research expertise.
5 6 Honorary degrees, 1970 - 1975. Programs from the Catholic University of America and the University of Pennsylvania.
5 7 Honorary degree, Iona College, 1971. Citation, black-and-white and color photographs, program, and correspondence.
5 8 Honorary degree, Le Moyne College, 1972. Citation, black-and-white photographs, program, correspondence, and newspaper articles.
5 9 Honorary degree, Manhattan College, 1979 - 1980. Citation, black-and-white photographs, program, and correspondence.
5 10 Humorous verse and satirical writings about William McGill, 1965 - 1980. Includes typescript of a toast to McGill given at a meeting of the Alumni Association of Columbia University, Los Angeles, October 11, 1974.
5 11 Interviews with William McGill, 1970 - 1980. Includes typescript transcripts of interviews on radio and television programs, correspondence and interview guidelines with introductory and closing announcements.
5 12 Interview of William McGill by Elaine Brooks, March 12, 1991. Audio cassette tape. See also CORRESPONDENCE folder for Elaine Brooks.
5 13 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1955. THE FACULTY AND OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION. Booklet of photographs with names, titles and degrees. Includes photograph of William McGill.
5 14 Reminiscences of William J. McGill. Interviews One and Two, 1979 - 1980. Oral History Research Office, Columbia University. Typescripts and correspondence.
6 1 Reminiscences of William J. McGill. Interviews Three and Four, 1979 - 1980. Oral History Research Office, Columbia University. Typescripts.
6 2 Reminiscences of William J. McGill. Interviews Five and Six, 1979 - 1980. Oral History Research Office, Columbia University. Typescripts.
6 3 Reminiscences of William J. McGill. Interviews Seven and Eight, 1979 - 1980. Oral History Research Office, Columbia University. Typescripts.
6 4 Reminiscences of William J. McGill. Interview Nine and Index, 1979 - 1980. Oral History Research Office, Columbia University. Typescripts.
6 5 Rothfeld, Michael B. "The First Six Months of Bill McGill", 1971. Typescript of a student paper for a course taught by Fred Friendly. The paper describes the issues at Columbia just prior to McGill's arrival as president and the steps he took to address them.
6 6 Travel itineraries, 1969. Flight and event information, application for United States passport, International Certificate of Vaccination, and correspondence.
6 7 William J. McGill Memorial Tribute and Reception, November 17, 1997. Attendance, program and correspondence.

Scrapbooks

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6 8 Bound volume of miscellaneous biographical material, 1968 - 1980. Biographical sketches, publications list, letter of resignation from Columbia, and newspaper articles on McGill and Columbia, Herbert Marcuse, and student protest groups.
7 1 FB-451-01 Scrapbook One, 1968 - 1972. Newspaper clippings presented to McGill by the Sisters of Mercy. Topics include Herbert Marcuse and McGill's move from UCSD to Columbia. Sources include the Columbia University NEWSLETTER and newspapers in Arkansas, Boston, Chicago, and Iowa.
7 2 FB-451-02 Scrapbook Two, 1969 - 1970. Contains McGill's reports to the University of California Regents, articles on Fordham's recognition of McGill's contributions to science, McGill's inauguration as UCSD Chancellor, UCSD's Third College and minority studies programs, articles about student protests at UCSD and Berkeley, Angela Davis, the four-day closure of the UCSD campus, and McGill's move to Columbia.
7 3 FB-452-01 Scrapbook Three, 1970. Articles discussing McGill's acceptance of the presidency of Columbia University published in the CHICAGO TRIBUNE, NEW YORK TIMES, SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE, NEWSWEEK and other publications. Also includes several statements written by McGill as Chancellor of UCSD regarding student activities and protests.
7 4 FB-452-02 Scrapbook Four, 1970 - 1972. Material on Puerto Rican student groups, Columbia University's budget and funding, student groups and protests, equal rights and equal opportunity, Barnard-Columbia relations, a racial discrimination lawsuit, distance education, and photographs of McGill's office and of members of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize Board.
7 5 FB-453-01 Scrapbook Five, 1971. Material on the Columbia pharmacy, budget and funding, the TRIGA nuclear reactor, minority communities at Columbia, the co-education decision, Herbert Marcuse, and student protests.
7 6 FB-453-02 Scrapbook Six, 1971. Material on student protests and violence, Arturo Morales-Carrion, the Columbia budget and funding, Columbia housing, Herbert Marcuse, the TRIGA reactor, and Columbia and the surrounding community.
7 7 FB-453-03 Scrapbook Seven, 1971 - 1973. Material on McGill's first year at Columbia, Whiney Young, Jr., the new gymnasium, the W.F. O'Brian award to McGill, Columbia Trustees' Report, affirmative action, and Nobel Prize winners.
7 8 FB-454-01 Scrapbook Eight, 1973. Material by and about McGill on education, social issues, nuclear power, equal opportunity, McGill's memberships on the McGraw-Hill and Texaco boards, and Columbia University funding.
7 9 FB-454-02 Scrapbook Nine, 1973. Articles and correspondence on Columbia real estate issues, the financial situation, the possibility of a student representative to the Board of Trustees, and Vitaly Rubin. Also includes a statement by McGill on Columbia's financial turnaround, and an announcement of the National Caucus of Labor Committee's indictment of the University.
7 10 FB-455-01 Scrapbook Ten, 1973 - 1975. Material by and about McGill on educational standards at Columbia, student protests, the achievements of alumni, the quality of Columbia's libraries and bookstore, honorary degrees awarded to Duke Ellington and Arthur Rubinstein, and medical malpractice insurance.
7 11 FB-455-02 Scrapbook Eleven, 1974. Material on student protests, the pharmacy building, the Pulitizer Prizes, the repercussions of the decision to admit women, McGill's trip to Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson's ranch and his remarks there, federal grants, federal regulations and higher education, the new gymnasium, McGill's remarks on Watergate, the return of the ROTC to Columbia, and the University's role and influence in the local community.
7 12 FB-456-01 Scrapbook Twelve, 1974. Material on Columbia tuition and tenure, budget and funding, student protects, and campus security reports. Includes photographs of McGill at the H. Houston Merit Clinical Research Center for Muscular Dystrophy and Related Diseases.
7 13 FB-456-02 Scrapbook Thirteen, 1974 - 1975. Material on Columbia's financial situation, tuition, the new gymnasium, ROTC, the open position of president at the University of California, charges against six Iranian students, the TRIGA nuclear reactor, and student protests.
7 14 FB-456-03 Scrapbook Fourteen, 1975. Material by and about McGill on student protests, Vitaly Rubin and McGill's boycott of the Soviet Union, Columbia's financial situation, medical malpractice insurance, and the co-education decision and its repercussions.
7 15 FB-457-01 Scrapbook Fifteen, 1975 - 1977. Contains McGill's letter to Santa Claus, material on Columbia's tenants and rents, budgets and funding, medical malpractice laws, Barnard-Columbia relations, the Community Educational Exchange Program (CEEP), enrollment, dormitory space, Henry Kissinger, and the TRIGA reactor.
7 16 FB-457-02 Scrapbook Sixteen, 1977 - 1978. Contains material about Henry Kissinger's possible appointment to Columbia, the TRIGA reactor, the Carnegie Foundation's Task Force on Public Television, chaired by McGill, CIA research projects, Columbia's policies on apartheid, student housing, and tenure.
7 17 FB-457-03 Scrapbook Seventeen, 1978 - 1979. Material on student demonstrations at Columbia, the Pulitzer Prizes, Columbia's investments in South Africa, the Carnegie Commission and Public Broadcasting, and the TRIGA nuclear reactor.
7 18 FB-458-01 Scrapbook Eighteen, 1979. Material on the TRIGA reactor, radiation leakage in a Pennsylvania power plant, building safety, McGill's resignation from Columbia, McGill named Chairman of the Presidential Commission to Recommend a National Agenda by President Carter, and the Alexander Hamilton Award.

CORRESPONDENCE

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7 19 A - Miscellaneous.
7 20 Alden, Vernon, 1983 - 1993.
7 21 American Assembly, 1983.
7 22 American Council on Education, 1984.
7 23 American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, (Claude E. Barfield, coordinator), 1984 - 1986.
7 24 American Irish Historical Society, 1977 - 1991.
7 25 American Leadership Forum, (Joseph Jaworski, chairman), 1988 - 1996.
7 26 American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T), 1980 - 1991.
7 27 Anderson, Edward L., 1994 - 1997.
7 28 B - Miscellaneous.
7 29 Barnard College (Judith R. Shapiro, president), 1970 - 1996.
7 30 Bassett, Bruce, 1982 - 1995.
7 31 Beggs, Robert W., 1984. Includes correspondence from Pat Claytor.
7 32 Beitzel, G.B., 1983 - 1984.
7 33 Benjamin, Ludy T., Jr., 1994 - 1995.
7 34 Berkowitz, Edmund, 1981 - 1982. Includes typescript essay by Berkowitz, "Commissioning the Future," on the President's Commission for a National Agenda for the Eighties.
7 35 Bever, Michael S., 1988 - 1992.
7 36 Bishop's School, (Michael W. Teitelman, headmaster), 1983 - 1996.
7 37 Bloor, William, 1992 - 1996.
7 38 Boyer, Ernest L., 1985 - 1995.
7 39 Boynton, Robert M., 1980 - 1997.
7 40 British Open University Foundation, Inc., 1983.
7 41 Brooks, Elaine, 1988 - 1995. See also audiocassette tape interview of McGill by Brooks in SERIES 1, Subseries A: Miscellaneous Biographical Material.
8 1 Brown, Elizabeth A.R., 1989.
8 2 Buchanan, Peter McE., 1984 - 1993.
8 3 C - Miscellaneous.
8 4 California School of Professional Psychology, (John R. O'Neil, provost), 1989 - 1990.
8 5 California, State Offices, 1982 - 1983. One letter from Lynn Schenk and one letter from Marvin R. Baxter.
8 6 Cardinali, Albert J., 1980 - 1989.
8 7 Cass, James B., 1993 - 1994.
8 8 Center for Creative Problem Solving. California Western School of Law, (Jamie Cooper), 1997.
8 9 CHANGE: The Magazine of Learning, (Linda Dove, managing editor).
8 10 Claremont Graduate School, 1984.
8 11 Collins, John J., 1985 - 1986.
8 12 Cook, Donald A., 1985 - 1995.
8 13 Cooper, Robert J., 1985 - 1987.
8 14 Curtis, Joseph E., 1988.
8 15 D - Miscellaneous.
8 16 Davis, Robert Gorham, 1983.
8 17 Delacorte, George T., 1983 - 1991.
8 18 DeSilva, James, 1994.
8 19 Doel, Ron, 1997. Regarding the oral history interview for Columbia University.
8 20 E - Miscellaneous.
8 21 Epstein, Robert, 1988 - 1996.
8 22 Estes, William K., (PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, editor), 1986 - 1989.
8 23 F - Miscellaneous.
8 24 Fantino, Edmund, 1997.
8 25 Feuer, Lewis S., 1981 - 1990.
8 26 Fleming, Robben W., 1985 - 1992.
9 1 Fordham University, 1968 - 1997. Includes material on the Jubilee Reunion for McGill's class of 1943, photographs and newsletters.
9 2 Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, (Everette E. Dennis, executive director), 1994.
9 3 G - Miscellaneous.
9 4 Gallaudet University, (I. King Jordan, president), 1994 - 1997.
9 5 Gleason, Martin J., 1983.
9 6 Godbold, Stanley, 1992.
9 7 Grady, William, 1982.
9 8 Green, David M., 1984 - 1990.
9 9 Greenbaum, Hilda B., 1963 - 1981.
9 10 H - Miscellaneous.
9 11 Hafner, Katie, 1995. Regarding the book on J.C.R. Licklider. Includes a transcript of an interview with Licklider on October 28, 1988, with interviewers William Aspray and Arthur Norberg.
9 12 Hammer, Armand, 1981 - 1997.
9 13 Hanify, Edward B., 1979 - 1984.
9 14 Harris, T. George, 1993 - 1995.
9 15 Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, 1983 - 1984.
9 16 Harvard University, 1982 - 1997.
9 17 Hate Mail, 1968 - 1973. McGill kept this file of letters criticizing his actions and statements while at UCSD and Columbia.
9 18 Helm, Harold H., (Chemical Bank, director), 1974 - 1981.
9 19 Hewitt, William A., (U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica), 1982 - 1984.
9 20 Hicks, Donald A., (University of Texas, Dallas), 1981 - 1983.
9 21 Higgs, Craig, 1982 - 1996. Includes correspondence about DeWitt A. "Dutch" Higgs.
9 22 Hinderaker, Ivan, 1984.
9 23 Hohenberg, John, 1975 - 1983. Includes correspondence about the Advisory Board on Pulitzer Prizes.
9 24 Hollander, John, 1992.
9 25 Hope, Kenneth, (MacArthur Foundation Fellows Program, director), 1989 - 1997.
10 1 Hopkins, Glenn, 1980 - 1984.
10 2 Hosbach, Howard D, 1983.
10 3 Host, William R., 1987.
10 4 Hughes, John J., 1985 - 1986.
10 5 I - Miscellaneous.
10 6 INA Healthplan, Inc., 1981.
10 7 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 1996. Regarding the nomination of Malvin Teich for the IEEE Education Medal, proposed by B.E.A. Saleh.
10 8 Institute of International Education, 1985.
10 9 International Center for Communications, (John M. Eger, executive director), 1992 - 1996.
10 10 J - Miscellaneous.
10 11 Jackson, Gabriel, 1970 - 1992.
10 12 Jagiello, Georgiana, 1997.
10 13 James Irvine Foundation, (Arthur Hughes, executive director), 1996.
10 14 Jeselsohn, Sura.
10 15 Johnson Foundation, (William B. Boyd, president), 1982 - 1986.
10 16 Juutilainen, Paul Alexander, 1994 - 1996.
10 17 K - Miscellaneous.
10 18 Katz, Ira R., (UCSD School of Medicine), 1995 - 1996. Includes photographs of McGill and Ira Katz.
10 19 Keller, Fred S., 1970 - 1989.
10 20 Kenneth A. Forde Endowment Fund, (Robin J. Roy, campaign manager), 1994 - 1995.
10 21 Kobayashi, Fumiko, 1980 - 1981.
10 22 KOGO Television, (Carl I. Sisskind, news director), 1969.
10 23 Krim, Arthur, 1980 - 1994.
10 24 Kryter, Karl, 1988 - 1990.
10 25 L - Miscellaneous.
10 26 La Jolla Cultural Society, (Dennis D. Wills, founder and chairman), 1984.
10 27 La Jolla United Methodist Church, (William L. Todd, Jr.), 1981.
10 28 Landy, Frank, 1990. Includes typescript list, "Reference List of Old Books," giving bibliographic information on McGill's collection of psychology books.
10 29 Lattimer, John K., 1991.
10 30 Leadership Education Awareness Development, (LEAD), 1983 - 1995. Includes "Alumni Directories" for 1984 and 1987.
10 31 Leahey, Edward B., 1985 - 1993.
10 32 Lehigh University, 1982 - 1991.
10 33 Lewandowski, Bohdan, 1982 - 1986.
10 34 Library Now Committee, 1994 - 1995.
10 35 Lindsay, John V., (Mayor of New York), 1981.
11 1 Link, Stephen W., 1983 - 1997. Includes typescript "Elements of Psychophysics" by G.V. Fechner, a Link-McGill translation project.
11 2 Lorch, Maristella, (Mrs. Edgar R. Lorch), 1980 - 1991.
11 3 Luce, R. Duncan, 1986 - 1995.
11 4 Lycee Francais de New York, (Gerard Roubichou, president), 1990 - 1995.
11 5 M - Miscellaneous.
11 6 Mader, Charles, 1984.
11 7 Maguire, John D., 1984 - 1992.
11 8 Majidishad, Pedram, 1993 - 1995.
11 9 Mandell, Arnold J., 1983 - 1992.
11 10 Marin Community Foundation, (Douglas X. Patino, president), 1989 - 1990.
11 11 Marley, Tony, 1997. Regarding the Duncan Luce book.
11 12 Marston, Hamilton, 1991 - 1993.
11 13 McDonald, Marianne, 1987 - 1992.
11 14 McGarry, James, 1983 - 1984. Regarding the estate of Christine Carleton.
11 15 McGill, Rowena, (Mrs. T.B. Springer, McGill's daughter), 1974 - 1997.
11 16 McHenry, Bruce, 1995 - 1997.
11 17 McHenry, Dean E., (University of California, Santa Cruz, chancellor-emeritus), 1993 - 1995.
11 18 Merton, Robert K., 1971 - 1990.
11 19 Miller, George A., 1983.
11 20 Montana, Margaret, (McGill's secretary), 1994 - 1995.
11 21 Morgan, Marston Reed, 1997.
11 22 Morgan, Neil, (SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, associate editor), 1980 - 1996.
11 23 Motion Picture Association of America. Classification and Rating Administration, (Richard Heffner, chairman), 1992 - 1996.
11 24 Moty, M.D., 1991.
11 25 N - Miscellaneous.
11 26 Nahas, Gabriel G., 1991.
11 27 National Association for Affordable Housing, (NAFAH), 1989 - 1997.
12 1 National Association of State Budget Officers, 1982.
12 2 National Committee for Citizens in Education, (Katharine L. Auchincloss, chairwoman), 1983 - 1985.
12 3 National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1985.
12 4 National University, 1983 - 1990.
12 5 National Visiting Council, 1983 - 1984.
12 6 Nevin, John A., 1989.
12 7 Newman, Jerome A., 1980 - 1983. Includes letters from Liz Newman.
12 8 Nierenberg, William A., 1968 - 1969. Includes letters from Edie Nierenberg.
12 9 Norwegian Nobel Committee, 1985. Includes McGill's nomination letter for Armand Hammer in typescript and handwritten drafts.
12 10 O - Miscellaneous.
12 11 Occidental Petroleum Corp., 1983 - 1996.
12 12 Orloff, Marshall J., 1968 - 1970.
12 13 Otterson, Anne, 1995.
12 14 P - Miscellaneous.
12 15 Penner, Merrilyn J., 1980 - 1981.
12 16 Pfeiffer, Phyllis, 1991 - 1993.
12 17 Phares, Margie, 1991 - 1992.
12 18 Pifer, Alan, 1982 - 1991.
12 19 Pincus, Lionel, 1992. Regarding the 1992 "Spirit of America" award for Arthur Krim.
12 20 Powers, Thomas E., 1980 - 1986.
12 21 Presbyterian Hospital in the City of New York, (Felix E. Demartini, president), 1984.
12 22 Price, Sol, 1982 - 1997.
12 23 Program Corporation of America, 1981.
12 24 Proshanski, Harold M.
12 25 Q - Miscellaneous.
12 26 R - Miscellaneous.
12 27 Radio Foundation, Inc., (Larry Josephson, president), 1992 - 1997.
12 28 Robinson, David B., (United States Navy, vice-admiral), 1994 - 1995.
12 29 Rockefeller, Nelson A., 1971 - 1979.
12 30 Rockefeller University, (Frederick Seitz, president-emeritus), 1981 - 1997.
12 31 Rosenthal, Michael, 1997. Regarding N.M. Butler and Columbia University.
12 32 Rostow, Elspeth, 1980.
12 33 Rotary Foundation, 1985.
13 1 S - Miscellaneous.
13 2 Salk Institute (Frederic de Hoffman, president), 1986 - 1988.
13 3 San Diego Arts Foundation, (Suzanne Townsend, director), 1984 - 1985.
13 4 San Diego City Administration, 1969 - 1992.
13 5 San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau, (Reint Reinders, co-chairman), 1992.
13 6 San Diego County Administration, 1969 - 1991.
13 7 San Diego Foundation for the Performing Arts, (Danah Fayman, chairman), 1985 - 1991.
13 8 San Diego State University, 1980 - 1997.
13 9 San Diego Unified School District, (Thomas Pazant, superintendent of schools), 1989 - 1992. Includes Letter to the Editor by McGill, May 6, 1994.
13 10 SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, 1982 - 1994.
13 11 Saybrook Institute, 1989 - 1990. Includes typescript, "Psychotherapy for Better and for Worse," by Sophie Freud.
13 12 Schneider, Frederic P., 1995 - 1996. Includes black-and-white photographs ca. 1970 of McGill with others and Lionel Trilling with unidentified interviewer.
13 13 Schwart, Ronny, 1983.
13 14 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1985 - 1997.
13 15 Scuola d'Italia, (Alexander A. Miuccio, secretary), 1988 - 1990.
13 16 Shepard, Diane, 1997.
13 17 Shuler, Kurt, 1970 - 1990.
13 18 Shulman, Marshall, 1984 - 1992.
13 19 Sisters of the Divine Compassion, (Helen Coldrick, RDC), 1995 - 1997.
13 20 Sloane, Howard, 1996 - 1997.
13 21 Southwood, Carolyn, 1990 - 1991.
13 22 Stanfill, Dennis, 1990 - 1993. Includes letters from Terry Stanfill.
13 23 Stroll, Avrum, 1982 - 1991. Includes typescript, "A Utilitarian's Paradox: Reflections on 'THE YEAR OF THE MONKEY,'" 1982, by Stroll.
13 24 Sulzburger, Arthur O. (NEW YORK TIMES, publisher), 1979 - 1991.
13 25 Supreme Court of the United States, June 13, 1980. Letter from Chief Justice Warren Burger regarding the National Conference on the Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with the Administration of Justice, April, 1976.
13 26 Swets, John, 1985 - 1997.
13 27 T - Miscellaneous.
13 28 Teich, Malvin C., 1982 - 1997. Includes articles about Teich.
13 29 Texaco, Inc., 1978 - 1992.
13 30 Thornton, Edna S., 1981 - 1996.
14 1 Townsend, James T., 1982 - 1991.
14 2 Trachtenberg, Stephen Joel, (George Washington University, president), 1994 - 1995.
14 3 Tuzin, Donald F., 1991 - 1994. Includes typescript, "The Future of the Research University," by R.C. Atkinson and D. Tuzin.
14 4 U - Miscellaneous.
14 5 United States Information Agency, (William B. Davis, director), 1984.
14 6 United States Senate, 1969 - 1981. Letters from Dave Durenberger, George Murphy and Charles Percy.
14 7 United World Colleges, (Ian Gouley, director), 1982 - 1985.
14 8 Universitat Leipzig, (Hans-Georg Geissler), 1992 - 1993. Regarding the Wilhelm Wundt Award.
14 9 University Lutheran Church, (John George Huber, director), 1994 - 1997.
14 10 V - Miscellaneous.
14 11 Vafai, John, 1980 - 1981.
14 12 Victoria University of Wellington, 1994 - 1996.
14 13 W - Miscellaneous.
14 14 Wagner, William N., (University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc., resident counsel), 1988.
14 15 Walter, Henry G., Jr., 1992 - 1995.
14 16 White House, Washington, D.C., (Barbara McQueen, associate director, presidential personnel), 1983. Regarding McGill's recommendation of Ardys Heise for an appointment to a Presidential Board.
14 17 Whittier College, (Charles W. Jackson, president), 1992 - 1997. Includes typescript, "Whittier College Proposal to the Weingart Foundation for Library Automation," 1992
14 18 Williams, Ben A., 1990 - 1991.
14 19 Willis, Will Jr., 1991 - 1997.
14 20 Wilson, Pete, (United States Senate), 1984.
14 21 Wolk-Gersohonson, Celia, 1994 - 1996.
14 22 Y - Miscellaneous.
14 23 Yanitelli, Victor R., 1970.
14 24 Yellot, John, 1995 - 1996. Regarding R.D. Luce.
14 25 Z - Miscellaneous.
14 26 Letters of recommendation, 1982 - 1985.
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14 27 Unidentified correspondence.

Research Articles

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14 28 Bibliography, 1951 - 1991. Typescript. Partial list of published and nonpublished writings.
14 29 Electrical Responses to Two Clicks: A Simple Statistical Interpretation, 1951. With Walter A. Rosenblith. Reprint.
14 30 Statistical Description of Neural Responses to Clicks Recorded at the Round Window of the Cat, 1952. Typescript of dissertation, reference material and abstract.
14 31 Statistical Description of Verbal Learning, 1952. With George A. Miller. Reprint.
14 32 Statistical Description of Verbal Learning, 1952. With George A. Miller. Handwritten notes on statistics course with F. Mosteller, Harvard, 1950.
14 33 Time Required to Search for Numbers on Large Visual Displays, 1953. Typescript.
14 34 Information, Association, and Interaction, 1954. Reprint. Presented at the Fourteenth International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada.
15 1 Relation Between Uncertainty and Variance, 1954. Reprint. Presented at the Invitational Conference on Testing Problems, Princeton, NJ.
15 2 Multivariate Information Transmissions, 1954. June. Reprint. Includes unclassified reprint dated 26 October 1953.
15 3 Relation Between Uncertainty, Variance and Correlation Analyses, 1954. October. With W.R. Garner. Typescript.
15 4 Relation Between Information and Analysis, 1956. September. With W.R. Garner. Typescript and reprint.
15 5 Information Statistics: Quarterly Status Report No. 1, 1956. June. Typescript. Report regarding Contract AF19(604)-1728 for the Operational Applications Laboratory, Air Force Cambridge Research Center, Air Research and Development Command.
15 6 Applications of Information Theory in Experimental Psychology, 1957. February. Reprint.
15 7 Applications of Information Theory in Experimental Psychology, 1957. Lantern slides.
15 8 Serial Effects in Auditory Threshold Judgments, 1957. May. Reprint.
15 9 Sensory Scaling, 1958. March. Handwritten notes and reference material from seminar on the Applications of Mathematics to Social Science, University of Michigan.
15 10 Search Distributions in Magnified Time, 1960. Reprint.
15 11 Loudness and Reaction Time: A Guided Tour of the Listener's Private World, 1961. Reprint.
15 12 Random Fluctuations of Response Rate, 1962. March. Reprint, research notes and reference materials.
15 13 General-Gamma Distribution and Reaction Times, 1965. February. With John Gibbon. Reprint and correspondence.
15 14 Neural Counting Mechanisms and Energy Detection in Audition, 1967. October. Reprint, correspondence and referee's comments.
15 15 Comments on Visual Detection in JAD's Realization of the Compartment Model, 1967. Typescript with notation "1967 or thereabout. Done at UCSD. Unpublished".
15 16 Variations on Marill's Detection Formula, 1968. January. Typescript draft and reprint.
15 17 Pure-Tone Intensity Discrimination and Energy Detection, 1968. February. Typescript draft and reprint.
15 18 Polynomial Psychometric Functions in Audition, 1968. October. Reprint.
15 19 Study of the Near-Miss Involving Weber's Law and Pure-Tone Intensity Discrimination, 1968. With J. P. Goldberg. Reprint.
15 20 On the Equivalence of Detection Probabilities and Well-Known Statistical Quantities, 1970. With David M. Green. Reprint. Includes earlier handwritten draft and cover page of Center for Human Information Processing (CHIP) Report Number One, dated October 1969.
15 21 Slope of the Loudness Function: A Puzzle, 1974. Reprint.
15 22 Neural Counting and Photon Counting in the Presence of Dead Time, 1976. March. With Malvin C. Teich. Reprint and correspondence.
15 23 Optical Communication and Psychophysics, 1977. June. Reprint transcribed from tape. Presented at the Optical Communcations Systems Meeting, Columbia University, New York.
15 24 Multiplication Noise in the Human Visual System at Threshold: 1. Quantum Fluctuations and Minimum..., 1982. April. With Malvin C. Teich, et al. Reprint.
15 25 Multiplication Noise in the Human Visual System at Threshold: 3. The Role of Non-Poisson Quantum..., 1982. With Malvin C. Teich. Reprint.
15 26 Exact Psychometric Functions for a Wideband Envelope Detector, 1985. April. With Malvin C. Teich. Abstract, correspondence and research materials. Presented at the meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Austin, TX, April 9-12.
15 27 Gnats Gnawing at the Foundations of Signal Detection Theory, or Retreat from Gnosis, 1986. August. Typescript drafts and handwritten manuscript. Presented at the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, August 20.
15 28 Multiplicative Noise and Auditory Detection, 1987. June. With Malvin C. Teich. Abstract, draft, and correspondence. Presented at the Tenth Symposium on Quantitative Analysis and Behavior, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 12-13.
15 29 Multiplicative Noise and Auditory Detection, 1987. Part 1. Handwritten and typescript research notes and mathematical calculations.
16 1 Multiplicative Noise and Auditory Detection, 1987. Part 2. Handwritten and typescript research notes and mathematical calculations.
16 2 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. March. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft.
16 3 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. May. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript drafts, galley proofs and bound typescript entitled Center for Human Information Processing (CHIP) Report Number 129.
16 4 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. With Malvin C. Teich. Revision 1. Manuscript and typescript graphs.
16 5 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. November. With Malvin C. Teich. Revision 2. Typescript draft.
16 6 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. December. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript drafts and illustrations.
16 7 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. With Malvin C. Teich. Correspondence from 1987-1991.
16 8 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 1. Handwritten notes, graphs and equations regarding the Bose-Einstein counting process.
16 9 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 2. Handwritten notes and equations regarding the Bose-Einstein counting process.
16 10 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1989. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 3. Handwritten notes, correspondence, graphs and equations regarding the Bose-Einstein counting process. Includes section annotated "Discarded notes".
17 1 Rubber Scales and Partial Quantification, 1989. Reprint.
17 2 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1989 - 1993. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 1. Handwritten and typescript notes, graphs and equations.
17 3 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1989 - 1993. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 2. Handwritten and typescript notes, graphs and equations.
17 4 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1990. September. With Malvin C. Teich. Version 1 and 2. Typescript drafts.
17 5 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1990. With Malvin C. Teich. Version 3 and 4. Typescript drafts.
17 6 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1990. November. With Malvin C. Teich. Version 5 and 6. Typescript drafts.
17 7 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1990. November. With Malvin C. Teich. Version 7 and 8. Typescript drafts.
17 8 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1990. With Malvin C. Teich. Figure drafts and legends.
17 9 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1990 - 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Version 9. Typescript drafts.
18 1 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1990 - 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Version 10 and 11. Typescript drafts.
18 2 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1991. January. With Malvin C. Teich. Bound typescript as Center for Human Information Processing (CHIP) report number 132.
18 3 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1992 - 1993. With Malvin C. Teich. Correspondence with Journal of Mathematical Psychology.
18 4 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1992. November. Revision 1. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft.
18 5 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1993. With Malvin C. Teich. Revision 2. Typescript draft.
18 6 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1994. With Malvin C. Teich. Revision 3. Typescript draft.
18 7 Simple Models of Sensory Transmission, 1994. With Malvin C. Teich. Revision 4. Transcript draft.
18 8 Alerting Signals and Auditory Detection in Branching Chains, 1992. December. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft. Includes handwritten and typescript graphs and outlines.
18 9 Alerting Signals and Auditory Detection in Branching Chains, 1992. December. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft.
18 10 Alerting Signals and Auditory Detection in Branching Chains, 1992. December. With Malvin C. Teich. Bound typescript entitled Center for Human Information Processing (CHIP) Report Number 134.
18 11 Alerting Signals and Auditory Detection in a Sensory Network, 1994. August. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft and correspondence.
19 1 Alerting Signals and Detection in a Sensory Network, 1994. July. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft.
19 2 Alerting Signals and Detection in a Sensory Network, 1994. August. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft.
19 3 Alerting Signals and Detection in a Sensory Network, 1995. February. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript draft with notations for slides.
19 4 Alerting Signals and Detection in a Sensory Network, 1995. June. With Malvin C. Teich. Reprint, galley proof, abstract, and correspondence.
19 5 Writer is Indebted to a Referee, 1996. Typescript drafts and correspondence for Festschrift in honor of Duncan Luce. See also SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE.
19 6 Writer is Indebted to a Referee, 1997. Reprint and correspondence. McGill contribution to CHOICE, DECISION, AND MEASUREMENTS: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF R. DUNCAN LUCE, A.J. Marley, editor.

Books and Chapters of Books

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19 7 Isomorphism in Statistical Analysis, 1955. Reprint. Chapter in INFORMATION THEORY IN PSYCHOLOGY. H. Quastler, editor.
19 8 Standardized Nomenclature: An Attempt, 1955. Reprint. Chapter in INFORMATION AND PSYCHOLOGY. H. Quastler, editor. Includes reprint comments by K. Alexander Brownlee.
19 9 Stochastic Latency Mechanisms, 1963. Part 1. Typescript drafts, galley proof, correspondence, and notes. Chapter 6 of HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol 1. R.D. Luce et al., (editors.)
19 10 Stochastic Latency Mechanisms, 1963. Part 2. Typescript drafts, correspondence and notes. Chapter 6 of HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol 1. R.D. Luce, et al., (editors.)
19 11 Stochastic Latency Mechanisms, 1963. Part 3. Reviews and typescript drafts. Chapter 6 of HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 1. R.D. Luce, et al., (editors.)
19 12 Theories in Sensory Psychology, 1963. With Conrad Mueller. Reprint. Chapter in THEORIES IN CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY. M. Marx, editor.
19 13 Psychophysical Counter Theory, 1964. April. Typescript draft. Chapter 1 in INTRODUCTION TO COUNTER THEORY IN PSYCHOPHYSICS.
20 1 INTRODUCTION TO COUNTER-THEORY IN PSYCHOPHYSICS, 1964. Typescript drafts. Chapter 1: Psychophysical Counter Theory and Chapter 2: Stochastic Process.
20 2 INTRODUCTION TO COUNTER-THEORY IN PSYCHOPHYSICS, 1964. Typescript drafts. Chapter 3: Counting Mechanisms and Chapter 4: Stimulus Detection by Counting Methods.
20 3 INTRODUCTION TO COUNTER-THEORY IN PSYCHOPHYSICS, 1964. Typescript drafts. Chapter 5: Asymptotic Equilibrium States, Chapter 6: Statistical Interpretation of Weber's Law and Chapter 7: Statistical Detection in Vision.
20 4 Poisson Counting and Detection in Sensory Systems, 1971. Reprint. Chapter 9 in CONCEPTS OF COMMUNICATION, Edwin F. Beckenbach and Charles B. Tompkins, editors.
20 5 COLUMBIA HISTORY OF THE WORLD. Foreward, 1972. January. Galley proof and correspondence.
20 6 STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION, 1979 - 1981. Correspondence. Includes proposal for three books.
20 7 STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY UNIVESITY ADMINISTRATION, 1979. September. Manuscript.
20 8 STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION, 1979. October - November. Revisions 1-3. Typescript drafts.
21 1 STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION, 1979. December. Final Revision. Typescript drafts and handwritten notes.
21 2 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1980. Preface and Footnotes. Manuscript and typescript drafts.
21 3 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1980. Chapters 1-2. Manuscript and typescript drafts.
21 4 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1980. Chapters 3-5. Manuscript.
21 5 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1980. Chapters 6-8. Manuscript.
21 6 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1980. Chapter 9. Manuscript.
21 7 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 1. Chapters 1-2. Typescript drafts.
22 1 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 1. Chapters 3-4. Typescript drafts.
22 2 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 1. Chapter 5. Typescript draft.
22 3 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 2. Chapters 1-3. Typescript drafts.
22 4 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 2. Chapters 4-5. Typescript drafts.
22 5 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 2. Chapters 6-8. Typescript drafts.
22 6 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 3. Chapters 1-4. Typescript drafts.
22 7 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 3. Chapters 5-8. Typescript drafts.
23 1 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 4. Chapters 1-8. Bound typescript.
23 2 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 5. Chapters 1-5. Typescript drafts.
23 3 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 5. Chapters 6-8. Typescript drafts.
23 4 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 5. Chapters 1-9. Bound typescript.
23 5 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1981. Version 6. Chapters 1-9. Bound typescript.
24 1 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1982. Chapters 1-5. Page proof photocopies.
24 2 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1982. Chapters 6-9. Page proof photocopies.
24 3 YEAR OF THE MONKEY, 1982. Footnotes. Page proof photocopies. Includes typescript of Index.
24 4 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1968 - 1982. Backup Data and Clippings. Handwritten notes, memoranda and newspaper clippings.
24 5 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1980 - 1982. Bibliographic search results and abstracts. Reprints and computer typescripts.
24 6 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material. Chinese pictograms. Undated.
24 7 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1968 - 1982. Character profiles. Handwritten and typescript notes and newspaper clippings.
24 8 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1968 - 1982. Cleaver, Eldridge. Correspondence, newspapers clippings, memoranda, handwritten and typescript notes, and reference materials.
24 9 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1969 - 1980. Cleaver, Eldridge. Handwritten notes, memoranda and correspondence regarding the UC Board of Regents.
24 10 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1980. Correspondence - Chapter 2. Requests and replies regarding review of unpublished Chapter 2.
25 1 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1980 - 1984. Correspondence - Grants. Typescript budgets and correspondence with Columbia University and the Carnegie Corporation.
25 2 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1981 - 1982. Correspondence - McGraw-Hill Book Company.
25 3 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1980. Correspondence - Publishers. Correspondence with other publishers before the contract with McGraw-Hill signed.
25 4 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1981 - 1987. Correspondence - Readers. Responses to manuscript and published book.
25 5 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1967 - 1970. Davis, Angela. Part 1. Memoranda, correspondence and newspaper clippings.
25 6 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1969. Davis, Angela. Part 2. Typescript drafts titled "Journal."
25 7 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1968 - 1970. Marcuse, Herbert. Part 1. Newspaper clippings, memoranda, interview transcripts, and reference materials.
25 8 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1980 - 1982. Marcuse, Herbert. Part 2. Newspaper clippings, memoranda, interview transcripts, correspondence, and reference materials.
26 1 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1972 - 1982. Marcuse, Herbert. Part 3. Reference material and correspondence regarding the Frankfurt School.
26 2 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1969. People's Park. Correspondence, memoranda, press releases, and newspaper clippings.
26 3 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1968 - 1979. Psychology of political movements. Reprints and newspaper clippings.
26 4 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1969 - 1982. Reagan, Ronald. Newspaper clippings, memoranda, press releases, and correspondence, including a photocopy of March, 1979, from Reagan to McGill.
26 5 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1982 - 1988. Reviews. Newspaper clippings, correspondence, typescripts, and magazine reprints.
26 6 YEAR OF THE MONKEY. Research material, 1967 - 1970. Stull, John. (California Assemblyman, R-Leucadia) Handwritten research notes and newspaper clippings.
26 7 STORMS OF TIME: COLUMBIA AFTER THE 1968 RIOTS, 1982. Typescript table of contents for proposed book.
26 8 George A. Miller and the Origins of Mathematical Psychology, 1988. Chapter 1 in THE MAKING OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE. William Hirst, editor. Part 1. Typescript drafts, correspondence and early version for Festschrift for George Miller held on October 23, 1986.
26 9 George A. Miller and the Origins of Mathematical Psychology, 1988. Chapter 1 in THE MAKING OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE. William Hirst, editor. Part 2. Typescript drafts, reprint and correspondence.
27 1 Threshold Alerting Systems, 1989. With Malvin C. Teich. Typescript outline of book proposal, correspondence and research material.
27 2 Threshold Alerting Systems, 1989 - 1995. With Malvin C. Teich. Revised typescript outline of book proposal, correspondence and research material.
27 3 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Chapter 1 of SIGNAL DETECTION: MECHANISMS, MODELS, AND APPLICATIONS. Michael L. Commons, et al. (editors.) Handwritten and typescript drafts.
27 4 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 1. Handwritten research notes and equations.
27 5 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 2. Handwritten research notes, graphs, and equations.
27 6 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Galley proof, correspondence and handwritten draft of index.
27 7 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network, 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Reprint.
27 8 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network. Research material, 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 1. Handwritten research notes, reprints and calculator printouts.
28 1 Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network. Research material, 1991. With Malvin C. Teich. Part 2. Handwritten research notes, reprints and calculator printouts.
28 2 Foreward: MIRACLE ON TORREY PINES MESA, 1995. McGill's introduction to book by William H. Fishman. Typescript and correspondence.
28 3 Transmission Centered Approach to Sensory Detection, 1995. With Malvin C. Teich. Chapter 1: Signal Detection and Psychophysics. Typescript drafts annotated Drafts 5 and 7.
28 4 Transmission Centered Approach to Sensory Detection, 1995 - 1997. With Malvin C. Teich. Chapter 3: Neural Signals at the Sensory Periphery. Typescript drafts and reference material.
28 5 Transmission Centered Approach to Sensory Detection, 1995 - 1997. With Malvin C. Teich. Chapter 6: Simple Transmission Networks. Typescript drafts.

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28 6 Information Theory and Statistics, 1959. By Solomon Kallback. Reprint.
28 7 Scaler's Siege Perilous, 1959. Reprint of review of THEORY AND METHODS OF SCALING by Warren S. Torgerson.
28 8 Applications of Information Theory to Psychology, 1960. By Fred Attneave. Typescript and correspondence.
28 9 Mathematics: The Other World, 1960. Reprint. A review of STUDIES IN MATHEMATICAL LEARNING THEORY by Robert R. Bush and William K. Estes.
28 10 What These Magi Thought, 1961. A review of DEVELOPMENTS IN MATHEMATICAL PSYCHOLOGY: INFORMATION, LEARNING, AND TRACKING by R. Duncan Luce.
28 11 Unique Approach to Stimulus Detection Theory in Psychophysics Based Upon the Properties ..., 1963. With Malvin C. Teich. A review of SENSORY ANALYSIS by Donald Laming. Reprint, galley proof, correspondence, and handwritten and typescript drafts.
28 12 Psychology of Judgment and Choice: Theoretical Essay, 1964. By Frank Restle. Reprint.
28 13 Rubber Scales and Partial Quantification, 1988. Review of RECONCILING FECHNER AND STEVENS: TOWARDS A UNIFIED PSYCHOPHYSICAL LAW by Lester E. Krueger. Typescript, correspondence and reprint.
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28 14 Back to Personal Equations, 1957. September. Presented at American Psychological Association on Behavior Genetics, New York. Typescript.
28 15 Signal Detection and Reaction Time, 1960. September. Presented at the American Psychological Association Symposium, Chicago. Typescript with graphs.
28 16 Memorial Service for Martin Luther King, 1968. April. Typescript, press release and newspaper clippings.
28 17 Groundbreaking Ceremony for General Library, 1968. July 1. Presented at UCSD. Typescript.
28 18 Problems at UCSD, 1968. July 24. Presented at the Rotary Club, La Jolla, CA. Typescript.
28 19 Hall of Oceanography Opening Ceremony, 1968. August 5. Presented at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD. Typescript and handwritten notes.
28 20 San Diego Rotary, 1968. August 22. Presented at the El Cortez Hotel, San Diego, CA. Typescript.
28 21 San Diego Chamber of Commerce Keymen's Club, 1968. October 2. Typescript.
28 22 Muir College Convocation, 1968. October 3. Presented at UCSD. Typescript.
28 23 University of California at San Diego - Present and Future, 1968. October 15. Presented to Military Order of the World Wars, La Jolla Chapter. Typescript.
28 24 Holy Name Society, 1969. May 4. Presented at Sacred Heart Church, Coronado, CA. Typescript.
28 25 Executive Secretaries, Inc., 1969. May 20. San Diego Chapter. Correspondence only.
28 26 Commencement Address, 1969. June 14. Presented at UCSD. Typescript, program, photoprints, reprint, and correspondence. Includes letter from UC President Hitch.
28 27 Speech schedules, 1969. September 12. Typescript list.
28 28 Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, 1969. October 3. Presented at the San Diego County Chapter Women's Division. Invitation only.
29 1 Problems of Freedom in the University, 1969. October 28. Presented at UCSD. Typescript.
29 2 Requiem for Joe College, 1969. November 5. Presented at UCSD. Typescript.
29 3 American Nuclear Society, 1969. November 12. Presented for the San Diego Chapter. Typescript and correspondence.
29 4 New York Culture - History in the Making, 1969. December 13. Presented at the San Diego Historical Society. Typescript.
29 5 American Civil Liberties Union, 1970. January 30. Presented at the Le Baron Hotel. Typescript.
29 6 Joe College is Dead: The Interrelationship of Urban and University Administration, 1970. February 27. Presented to the League of California Cities, City Managers Section. Reprint and typescript.
29 7 Forum of the Foothills, 1970. April 5. Presented at Grossmont College, El Cajon, CA. Typescript.
29 8 Address to the Alumni, 1970. April 18. Presented at San Francisco. Typescript.
29 9 William J. Donovan Tribute, 1970. May 24. Program and invitation only.
29 10 Two Cultures in the American University, 1970. June 7. Presented as Catholic University's commencement address. Typescript.
29 11 General Dynamics-Convair Management Club, 1970. June 10. Correspondence only.
29 12 National Conference of the American College Public Relations Association, 1970. July 7. Typescript and correspondence.
29 13 Deeply Divided Society and the University of California, 1970. July 17. Presented to the UC Board of Regents. Typescript.
29 14 Reflections on the University of California: Remarks by William J. McGill to the Board of Regents, 1970. July 17. Typescript.
29 15 President's Commission on Student Unrest, 1970. August 4. Typescript of McGill testimony.
29 16 Before the American Bar Association, 1970. August 12. Presented at Powell Symphony Hall, St. Louis, Missouri. Typescript.
29 17 President William J. McGill of Columbia University, 1970. September 9. Presented at Columbia University upon taking office as President. Transcript and correspondence including letter from Carl Albert, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
29 18 Verbal Pollution, 1971. Presented at the Campus Colloquy, Inc. Transcript and correspondence.
29 19 Dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Pavilion, 1971. January 31. Presented at Harlem Hospital Center, New York. Program and song only.
29 20 American Institute of Banking, 1971. February 6. Presented at the Americana Hotel. Typescript.
29 21 What Lies Ahead for Our Universities?, 1971. February 16. Presented to the Economic Club of Detroit. Typescript, program and reprints.
29 22 New Academic Rhetoric, 1971. March 30. Presented at the Annual Charter Day ceremonies at the University of California at Berkeley.
29 23 Equality and Excellence: The Challenge of the 1970s in American Higher Education, 1971. April 5. Presented at the national convention of the American Personnel and Guidance Association in Atlantic City, NJ.
29 24 Business Council, 1971. May 7. Presented at Hot Springs, VA. Typescript and correspondence from U.S. Senator Charles H. Percy of Illinois.
29 25 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1971. June 1. Typescript and program.
29 26 Iona College Commencement Address, 1971. June 5. Presented at New Rochelle, NY. Typescript.
29 27 College and University Self Study Institute, 1971. July 15. Transcript and newspaper clipping.
29 28 Memorial Service for Clarence Graham, 1971. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University. Typescript.
29 29 College of the Holy Cross, 1971. September 24. Typescript, press release and newspaper clipping.
29 30 American Council on Education, 1971. October 7. Presented at the annual meeting. Typescript.
29 31 Inaugural Ceremony for the Very Reverend Thomas R. Peterson, 1971. October 17. Typescript.
29 32 Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1971. November 16. Typescript.
29 33 Charter Day, 1971. November 19. Presented at Columbia University. Typescript.
29 34 Educating a Nation: The Changing American Commitment, 1972. January 25. Presented at the Education Symposium Program at the University of Texas at Austin. Reprints, program and correspondence. Includes reprint from the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD.
29 35 New Problems in Academic Freedom, 1972. February 8. Presented at Ohio State University. Typescript.
29 36 Campus Youth Culture, 1972. March 9. Presented at the Athenaeum, Summit, NJ. Typescript.
29 37 New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Higher Education, 1972. March 21. Presented at Albany, NY. Typescript and correspondence.
29 38 Gloom in Fun City: Is Life in New York City That Bad?, 1972. April 6. Presented to the New York Chamber of Commerce. Typescript.
29 39 New Problem in Academic Freedom, 1972. May 6. Presented at commencement ceremonies at the University of Michigan. Typescript.
29 40 Benediction at Baccalaureate, 1972. June 4. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Program and notes.
29 41 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1972. June 6. Typescript and program.
29 42 Hofstra University Commencement Address, 1972. June 11. Typescript and newspaper clipping.
30 1 Memorial Service for Wolfgang G. Friedman, 1972. September 25. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript and program.
30 2 Memorial Service for Dorothy B. Cordier, 1972. September 30. Presented at Great Neck Community Church. Typescript.
30 3 B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League, 1972. November 16. Presented at the dinner awarding Robert D. Lilley the 1972 Americanism Award. Typescript and program.
30 4 Ad Hoc Committee of the New York State Legislature, 1972. November 27. Presented at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Typescript.
30 5 University Consortium for World Order Studies, 1972. November 28. Presented in honor of Robert F. Goheen. Typescript and correspondence.
30 6 B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League, 1973. January 20. Presented at the 60th annual dinner. Typescript and newspaper clippings.
30 7 On the Status of Women, 1973. March 14. Presented to the Columbia University Senate Commission on the Status of Women. Reprint.
30 8 Low Memorial Library convocation, 1973. March 20. Presented at a special convocation honoring Nobel laureates Kenneth J. Arrow, Leon N. Cooper and William H. Stein.
30 9 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1973. May 16. Typescript, program and honorary degree scripts.
30 10 Pace University Commencement Address, 1973. June 3. Typescript, correspondence and newspaper clippings.
30 11 Wooster College Commencement Address, 1973. June 18. Typescript.
30 12 Applications of Psychological Knowledge to Conflict Resolution in a University Setting, 1973. August 29. Presented to the American Board of Professional Psychology upon receipt of the Board's 1973 distinquished service award. Typescript.
30 13 United Hospital Fund, 1973. October 1. Typescript and reprint.
30 14 Memorial Service for Frode Jensen, 1973. October 10. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript.
30 15 Conflict Resolution in a University Setting, 1973. November 3. Presented at the 1973 Invitational Conference on Testing Problems of the Educational Testing Service. Reprints and program.
30 16 Memorial Service for Russell Arthur Nixon, 1973. December 14. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript.
30 17 On Thinking Ahead, 1974. February 10. Presented at Charter Day convocation at Lincoln College, Lincoln, IL. Typescript, reprint and newspaper clipping.
30 18 Financial Crunch and the Library, 1974. March 22. Presented at Columbia University School of Library Science. Typescript transcribed from tape recording.
30 19 Memorial Service for Ralph F. Hefferline, 1974. March 28. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript and program.
30 20 Mexican Institute of Culture, 1974. April 29. Presented at McGill's inauguration as a corresponding member in Mexico City. Typescript, correspondence and reprint.
30 21 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1974. May 15. Typescript.
30 22 Eisenhower College Commencement Address, 1974. June 1. Presented at Seneca Falls, NY. Typescript and correspondence.
30 23 Conflict Resolution and the Academic Administrator, 1974. September. Presented at a seminar for ACE Administrative interns at St. Louis, MO. Typescript of summary.
30 24 Is There a Future for Private Universities in the United States?, 1975. February 8. Presented at the University Club. Typescript and reprint.
30 25 St. George Association, 1975. May 4. Presented at a communion breakfast. Typescript, correspondence and newspaper clippings.
30 26 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1975. May 14. Typescript, reprints, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.
30 27 Bard College Commencement Address, 1975. May 31. Presented upon receipt of an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Typescript.
30 28 Brunswick School Commencement Address, 1975. June 6. Presented at Greenwich, CT. Typescript and newspaper clippings.
30 29 Report to the Columbia University Senate, 1975. September 19. Presented at Columbia University Senate's first meeting of the 1975-76 academic year. Typescript.
30 30 Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities, 1975. September 22. Presented at Hersey, PA. Typescript.
30 31 Report to the Columbia University Senate on University Relationships with Foreign Countries and Institutions, 1975. October 2. Typescript drafts. Includes flyer from dissidents.
30 32 Memorial Service for Andrew Wellington Cordier, 1975. October 14. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript, correspondence and program.
30 33 Toward a New Direction in Higher Education for the Twenty-First Century, 1975. November 11. Presented at the International Association of University President's conference in Boston, MA. Typescript.
30 34 Dedication of the Percy and Harold D. Uris Pavilion, 1975. November 12. Presented at Lenox Hill Hospital, NY. Reprint.
30 35 Memorial Service for John Ray Dunning, 1975. December 9. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript.
30 36 192nd Annual Dinner of the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick, 1976. March 17. Typescript, certificate and newspaper clippings.
30 37 Peacemaking in an Adversary Society, 1976. April 8. Presented at the National Conference on the Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with the Administration of Justice, St. Paul, MN. Typescript, newspaper clippings and reprints.
30 38 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1976. May 12. Typescript.
30 39 Fairleigh Dickinson University Commencement Address, 1976. May 23. Typescript.
30 40 Iona College Commencement Address, 1976. June 5. Presented at New Rochelle, NY. Typescript, correspondence and newspaper clippings.
30 41 Fordham Preparatory School Commencement Address, 1976. June 11. Typescript.
30 42 3rd Annual President's All-University Conference, 1976. September 18. Program only.
30 43 Toward a New Commitment to Education, 1976. Octobe 24. Presented to the College Entrance Examination Board's National Forum. Typescript draft.
30 44 Government Regulation and Academic Freedom, 1976. December 11. Presented to the University Centers for Rational Alternatives conference. Typescript, newspaper clippings, and reprint in the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD.
30 45 Dimensions of Brotherhood in, 1976. December 13. Presented at the Flame of Truth Award dinner of the Fund for Higher Education in Israel. Typescript.
30 46 Freeing of Vitaly Rubin, 1976. December 21. Presented at the New York Conference on Soviet Jewish Culture. Typescript.
30 47 Annual Teachers Institute of the Archdiocese of New York, 1977. March 8. Typescript.
30 48 Protection of Professional Life in a Litigation-Prone Society, 1977. April 14. Presented at the New York Academy of Medicine. Reprint.
31 1 New Problems in Academic Freedom, 1977. April 19. Presented at the New York State Bankers Association Trust Division annual spring dinner. Typescript.
31 2 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1977. May 18. Typescript and reprint.
31 3 Optical Communications and Psychophysics, 1977. June 6. Presented at the Grantee-User meeting at Columbia University. Reprint transcribed from tape recording.
31 4 Science and the Law, 1977. September 20. Presented at the Guild of Catholic Lawyers of the Archdiocese of New York. Reprints.
31 5 39th Annual Maria Moors Cabot Convocation, 1977. November 1. Presented at Columbia University. Typescript.
31 6 American-Irish Historical Society, 1977. November 19. Presented at the 80th annual dinner in honor of McGill. Includes introductory remarks by New York Governor Hugh L. Carey. Typescript, program and list of attendees.
31 7 Senate of Priests, 1977. December 6. Typescript.
31 8 Memorial Service for Brother Bernard of Mary Ryan, 1977. December. Typescript and memorial card.
31 9 Holy Name Society, 1978. March 12. Presented at the New York City Police Department's 60th annual communion breakfast. Typescript.
31 10 Memorial Service for Frederick van Pelt Bryan, 1978. April 20. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript draft.
31 11 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1978. May 17. Typescript.
31 12 Carnegie Commission Chairman Exhorts Public Television to Resist External Interference, 1978. June 26. Presented at the Public Broadcasting Service membership meeting. Typescript.
31 13 Memorial Service for Dwight C. Miner, 1978. September 18. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript.
31 14 Simple Justice and Existential Victims, 1978. October 6. Presented as the Jackson Lecture to the National College of the State Judiciary at the University of Nevada at Reno. Typescript draft, correspondence, reprints, program, and newspaper clippings. Also presented at the Newman Alumni Association of the City College of New York.
31 15 40th Annual Maria Moors Cabot Dinner and Convocation, 1978. October 24. Presented at the Rotunda, Low Library, at Columbia University.
31 16 Memorial Service for Daniel Victor Kimberg, 1978. December. Reprint and program.
31 17 President at the Crossroads, 1979. January 28. Presented at the inauguration of President Channing at Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ. Typescript.
31 18 Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting, 1979. January 30. Statement by Chairman McGill of the results of an eighteen-month study. Typescript.
31 19 Memorial Service for Ralph S. Halford, 1979. February 17. Presented at St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript and program.
31 20 Memorial Service for H. Houston Merritt, 1979. February 8. Presented at the Pauline A. Hartford Memorial Chapel, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, NY. Typescript and program.
31 21 Public Legislative Hearing on the Columbia University TRIGA Reactor, 1979. April 21. Testimony presented at legislative hearing. Typescript.
31 22 Memorial Service for Bernard Schoenberg, 1979. May 8. Typescript and program.
31 23 Memorial Service for Charles Frankel, 1979. May 15. Typescript and reprint.
31 24 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1979. May 16. Typescript and newspaper clippings.
31 25 Views on House Resolution 3333 Regarding Public Broadcasting, 1979. June 27. Presented to the hearing of the Subcommittee on Communications, Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. Transcript. Includes transcript of Walter W. Heller who testified with McGill.
31 26 Memorial Service for Lou Little, 1979. September 11. Typescript.
31 27 Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York, 1979. November 30. Typescript and reprint of excerpts in the ROTARY BULLETIN OF UPPER MANHATTAN.
31 28 Rotary Club of Upper Manhattan Anniversary Night Banquet, 1980. March 11. Announcement with biographical information on McGill in the CLUB BULLETIN dated January 29, 1980.
31 29 Dodge Award Dinner, 1980. May 6. Presented at the YMCA of Greater New York. Typescript.
31 30 General Studies Dinner, 1980. May 12. Presented at Columbia University. Typescript.
31 31 Columbia University Commencement Address, 1980. May 14. Typescript and program for the School of Engineering and Applied Science commencement exercises.
31 32 Healing a Sick Society, 1980. May 20. Presented at the Cornell Medical College commencement. Typescript.
31 33 Memorial Service for J.C.R. Licklider, 1980. October 15. Presented at the Little Theater, Kresge Auditorium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Typescript drafts, programs, newspaper clippings, and handwritten notes.
31 34 NAEB Keynote, 1980. October 27. Typescript.
31 35 New York Medical College Commencement Address, 1981. May 31. Typescript.
31 36 UCSD Graduate Student Commencement Address, 1981. June 14. Transcript, correspondence and program.
31 37 Science and Society: Ideas and Cultural Values, 1981. September 18. Presented at the University of Southern California. Typescript draft.
31 38 Remarks at Chancellor Atkinson's Inaugural, 1981. October 22. Presented at UCSD. Typescript drafts, correspondence, program, and newspaper clippings.
31 39 Bachelor Club of San Diego, 1982. January 6. Correspondence only.
31 40 Reflections on UCSD and Columbia: A Retrospective on the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, 1982. April 16. Typescript drafts, program and newspaper clippings.
31 41 Care and Feeding of the Student Mind, 1982. May 1. Presented at Muir College's Parent Day. Typescript introductory comments and flyer only.
31 42 Keeping the Peace: The Psychological Factor, 1982. July 18. Presented as commencement address at National University, San Diego, CA. Typescript, reprint and correspondence.
32 1 Quandries - Exploration - Decisions (QED), 1982. October 11. Correspondence only.
32 2 Inaugural of President Peter W. Likins, 1983. April 16. Presented at Lehigh University. Typescript and program.
32 3 University of California at Riverside Commencement Address, 1983. June 12. Typescript drafts and correspondence.
32 4 California School of Professional Psychology Commencement Address, 1983. June 18. Presented at the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. Typescript draft.
32 5 Time Capsule Dedication, 1983. September 20. Typescript.
32 6 Evening with Dr. William J. McGill, 1983. December 1. Presented at the Columbia University Alumni Club of San Diego. Correspondence only.
32 7 Whither the International Baccalaureate?, 1984. January. Presented to the board of directors of the Armand Hammer United World College of the American West. Typescript and reprint. See also "Trends in High Education and Their Impact on Independent Schools," February, 1984 for a revised text.
32 8 Overview of Education Issues, 1984. January 12. Presented to the San Diego City College Education seminar. Handwritten draft and typescript agenda.
32 9 Founder's Day Dinner, 1984. May 19. Presented at Wolmer's School in Kingston, Jamaica. Typescript and correspondence.
32 10 United Way Introductory Remarks, 1985. January 8. Typescript and correspondence regarding the Environmental Scan Task Force.
32 11 For the Near Future of UC and UCSD: Major Problems Requiring Solutions, 1985. January 17. Presented at the LEAD San Diego Education Seminar. Typescript, correspondence, and research material.
32 12 Memorial to the Class of 1943 and to Father Joseph A. Murphy, 1985. February 8. Reprint, typescript drafts, correspondence, and research material.
32 13 Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 1985. May 2. Presented at panel discussion entitled "Information: Public Resource or Private Property" at UCLA. Handwritten notes and correspondence.
32 14 Campus Farewell to Chancellor Richard C. Atkinson, 1985. September 11. Presented at UCSD. Typescript.
32 15 From Counterculture to Quiche Eaters: Higher Education Survives, 1985. November 10. Presented at the Pacific Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers, San Diego, CA. Typescript, program, and association newsletter.
32 16 Memorial Resolution for Armin Rappaport, 1986. January. Typescript, correspondence and memorial program.
32 17 Multiplicative Internal Noise: Can it Unlock the Mysteries of Auditory Detection?, 1986. May 8. Presented at the UCLA Psychology Colloquium and at UCSD's Center for Human Information Processing on March 9. Typescript abstract, viewgraphs and research data.
32 18 Graduates of SMSS, 1986. July 14. Typescript draft.
32 19 Gnats Gnawing at the Foundation of Signal Detection Theory, or Retreat from Gnosis, 1986. August 28. Presented at Harvard University. Typescript drafts and research material.
32 20 Memorial Service for Robert D. Lilley, 1986. November 24. Presented at St. Pauls Chapel at Columbia University. Typescript, correspondence, research material, and newspaper clippings.
32 21 San Diego Rotary, 1987. March 26. Handwritten drafts and photograph.
32 22 Urban Survival: The Columbia Phenomenon, 1987. May 9. Presented at the Board Retreat of the California School of Professional Psychology in La Jolla, CA. Typescript drafts and correspondence.
32 23 Demands of Leadership: The Light and Dark Sides of Excellence, 1987. June 10. Presented to the National Association of Attorneys General. Typescript and correspondence.
32 24 McGill's Essential (Short) College Reading List, 1989. April 13. Typescript and correspondence. Includes updated list dated June 7, 1995. The list would be the basis of an honors college based on the reading of great books.
32 25 Cultural Literacy: What Students Should Read, 1989. April 24. Presented to the UCSD Chancellor's Associates Typescript drafts, correspondence and research material.
32 26 Windows on the World, 1989. May 26. Presented at a symposium in honor of the 90th birthday of Fred Keller. Typescript, correspondence and reprint entitled "Time Past, Time Present, Time Future".
32 27 Muir College Commencement Address, 1989. June 18. Presented at UCSD. Typescript and program.
32 28 Amplifier Networks in Auditory Detection, 1989. October 16. Presented to a colloquium for Department of Cognitive Sciences at UC Irvine. Correspondence only.
32 29 Another Earthquake in California, 1990. November 17. Presented at the Collegiate Schools of Architecture annual meeting. Typescript and handwritten drafts, correspondence and research materials.
33 1 Western College Association, 1991. April 4. Typescript drafts, correspondence and seminar materials.
33 2 Meeting the Challenge of Diversity: Affirmative Action and Beyond, 1991. April 5. Typescript draft, correspondence and program.
33 3 La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation, 1991. April 25-26. Correspondence and biography only.
33 4 San Diego in the Global Economy, 1991. May 2. Presented as introductory remarks at San Diego Dialogue. Typescript, correspondence and organization research material.
33 5 UCSD Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, 1991. May 14. Presented at a San Diego Dialogue dinner honoring Lorenzo Meyer. Handwritten draft and correspondence.
33 6 San Diego School of Success, 1991. July 11. Typescript of speech and grant application.
33 7 Outrageous Conclusions, 1991. August 22. Presented at the California Symphony Orchestra Association. Typescript and drafts.
33 8 Proposed Points of Discussion with President Salinas, 1991. September 24. Presented as a representative of San Diego Dialogue at UCSD's Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies. Typescript drafts and correspondence.
33 9 Dear Lord, What Have We Done to Charity?, 1992. May 6. Presented to the Columbia University Alumni Club of San Diego. Typescript drafts, program, correspondence, and magazine article.
33 10 La Jolla Country Day School, 1992. June 11. Typescript, program and correspondence.
33 11 Memorial for Roger Randall Dougan Revelle, 1992. July 1. Typescript and correspondence.
33 12 Mary Walshok Honorary Roast, 1992. October 29. Presented to Women Together, a coalition of battered women's services, San Diego, CA. Typescript drafts, correspondence and invitation.
33 13 Thomas W. Payzant, 1992. December 1. Introductory remarks presented at the McGraw Prize in Education dinner. Typescript drafts, invitation and newspaper clipping.
33 14 Memorial Service for Alan McHenry, 1993. October 7. Presented at Rockefeller University. Transcript, program, research material, and correspondence.
33 15 Bishop's School Baccalaureate Service, 1993. June 11. Typescript, program and correspondence.
33 16 Hello, Tomorrow - Dialogue on San Diego, 1993. October 13. Presented to the Wednesday Club. Correspondence only.
33 17 Military Industrial Legal Media Education Complex, San Diego, CA. Luncheon, 1993. November 22. Typescript draft, correspondence and reference materials.
33 18 Commissions, Consensus, and Other Political Charades, 1994. April 30. Typescript.
33 19 Psychology of Crowd Behavior, 1994. May 12. Presented to the Psi Chi National Honor Society at UCSD. Handwritten draft and correspondence.
33 20 Is There Science After Peace?, 1994. November 15. Presented to Thurgood Marshall Honors seminar at UCSD. Typescript outline and correspondence.
33 21 Memorial Service for Arthur B. Krim, 1994. December 6. Presented at Lincoln Center, NY. Typescript, program, correspondence, and research material.
33 22 Supporting San Diego School of Success Kindergarten Academy, 1995. July 25. Typescript of charter proposal. See also 1994 School of Success (SOS) at Christ-Unified Prebyterian Church, proposal to the Weingart Foundation.
33 23 Duncan Luce Birthday Banquet, 1995. August 3. Typescript and correspondence.
33 24 Yogi Berra's Law: In Education We Have Deja Vu All Over Again, 1995. November 28. Presented to the ACE/NIP, women in higher education administration in the San Diego area. Correspondence only.
33 25 In Memoriam William Bloor, 1996. January. Typescript.
33 26 Bishop's School Cum Laude Class Day, 1996. April 26. Typescript, program and correspondence.
33 27 Fred Simmons Keller Obituary, 1996. Part 1. Transcript and handwritten drafts, correspondence, reprints, research and newspaper clippings. Several versions for memorial services and publication in the AMERICAN PYSCHOLOGIST, July, 1997.
34 1 Fred Simmons Keller Obituary, 1996. Part Two. Transcript and handwritten drafts, correspondence, reprints, research and newspaper clippings.
34 2 San Diego Dialogue, 1997. June 20. Presented to the June 20 Forum. Typescript drafts and correspondence.
34 3 Colloquium on Counting Process in Psychophysics. Undated. Handwritten and typescript drafts.
34 4 Idea of a University. Undated. Handwritten notes.
34 5 Lawrence J. Wien Toast. Undated. Index cards.
34 6 Miscellaneous. Undated. Typescript draft regarding Roman historian Livy.

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34 7 Columbia University Alumni, 1970. Reprint of article in the COLUMBIA FORUM, Vol XIII, No. 2, Summer.
34 8 Journal, 1970. September 1-16. Typescript including added pages dated September 20, 1972.
34 9 Courage to Lead, 1970. Reprint of article in the COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY JOURNAL, Vol. 9, No. 4, Fall.
34 10 Higher Education: Change, Ferment, or Revolution?, 1971. Reprint of article in FORDHAM, Spring.
34 11 President McGill Reports to Alumni: First Year, 1971. July. Printed flyer.
34 12 Guest Privilege: The New Tensions on Campus, 1971. October 8. Typescript and reprint of article in LIFE magazine.
34 13 Columbia University Community, 1971. Typescript of public letter regarding the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare's rejection of Columbia's Affirmative Action Program.
34 14 NEW YORK TIMES Educational Supplement, 1972. January 10. Typescript.
34 15 Columbia Community, 1972. May 6. Transcript of public letter regarding the occupation of Lewisohn Hall.
34 16 Alumni of Columbia University, 1972. May 17. Typescript of public letter regarding student strikes on campus.
34 17 From the President, 1972. December. Reprint from COLUMBIA REPORTS.
34 18 Statement Issued by Presidents..., 1972. April 19. Typescript of press release by the presidents of Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Princeton, Brown, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, and MIT protesting the bombing of North Vietnam.
34 19 University Community, 1972. April 19. Typescript of public letter and memorandum regarding student takeover of buildings and restraining order details. Includes correspondence.
34 20 Reports from Two Presidents, 1972. Summer. Printed flyer to alumni and friends of Columbia University.
34 21 Liberal Arts: What is an Educated Man in the Year 1972?, 1973. January 8. NEW YORK TIMES Educational Supplement. Typescript drafts.
34 22 My Turn, 1973. October. Typescript and reprint of article for NEWSWEEK, January 14, 1974.
34 23 Statement to the NEW YORK TIMES, 1973. January 26. Typescript of response to a reporter's question about the tenure of university presidents.
34 24 Proposal for a Unified Program in Dental Education in New York State, 1973. February 15. With Ernest L. Boyer, et al. Typescript.
34 25 McGill Likens the Watergate Hooligans to the Student Protesters of the 60s, 1973. May 23. Newspaper clipping and correspondence.
34 26 Is the Public Disavowing Education?, 1973. June 24. Newspaper article.
34 27 From the President, 1973. June. Newspaper clipping from COLUMBIA REPORTS.
34 28 McGill Memo on Rockefeller Lease, 1973. October 26. Reprint of memorandum delivered to the Columbia University Senate concerning the new Rockefeller Center lease.
34 29 McGill on CU's Financial Turnaround, 1973. November 12. Reprint from the UNIVERSITY RECORD concerning Columbia's improved financial situation.
34 30 Facing the Fires of September, 1974. March. Reprint of article from CHANGE magazine.
34 31 Financial Crunch: Phase II, 1974. March 18. Newspaper clipping of article in THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
34 32 Letter to Professor Unger regarding Professor Gell-Mann's Appearance, 1974. April 9. Reprint of letter in the UNIVERSITY RECORD dated April 25, 1974.
34 33 Where Have All the Flower Children Gone?, 1974. May 29. Typescript of article abstracted from Mexican Institute of Culture speech for Victor Riesel.
34 34 Federal Regulation of Universities, 1974. October 25. Reprint in UNIVERSITY RECORD, Vol. 2, No. 22, November 7, 1974.
34 35 McGill on ROTC [Reserve Officers Training Corps], 1974. December 4. Reprint of letter in the UNIVERSITY RECORD, Vol. 2., No. 27, dated December 12, 1974.
34 36 Andrew W. Cordier Death Statement, 1975. July 11. With William E. Petersen. Typescript.
34 37 From the President, 1975. Winter. Reprint of article in COLUMBIA REPORTS.
34 38 Report of the Special Advisory Panel on Medical Malpractice: State of New York, 1976. January 5. Introductory letter written by McGill who was chairman of the committee. Bound printed report.
34 39 Ad Hoc Committee Against the Columbia Nuclear Reactor (TRIGA), 1976. January 26. Reprint of excerpts of letter by McGill to the committee in the COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY RECORD dated February 10, 1976.
34 40 SAN DIEGO UNION, 1976. February 22. Typescript of article regarding medical malpractice insurance.
34 41 For Man to Survive, 1976. March. Reprint of article in COLUMBIA TODAY.
34 42 Brown Daily Herald, 1976. March 10. Typescript and correspondence about the problems facing university presidents.
34 43 Malpractice Insurance, 1976. Summer. Reprint of article in P AND S QUARTERLY.
34 44 Report to the Trustees Committee on Finance, 1976. Summer. Typescript drafts regarding ethical guidelines for business dealings, investments and relations with foreign governments.
34 45 Restoring Balance and Reason in Higher Education, 1976. December. Reprint of article in COLUMBIA TODAY.
34 46 American Association for Higher Education - Panel Discussion, 1977. January 19. Handwritten notes and correspondence.
34 47 Is Federal Regulation a Threat to Academic Freedom?, 1977. March. Reprint of article in COLUMBIA TODAY.
34 48 University and the State, 1977. Spring. Reprint of article from the EDUCATIONAL RECORD, Vol. 58, No. 2.
35 1 Adversary Legal Process, Scientific Research, 1977. Winter. Reprint of article in COLUMBIA TODAY. Includes "Briefly Noted" column with McGill photograph with Mrs. Frank Hogan at the dedication of the Frank Smithwick Hogan Hall.
35 2 Public Control of Science is Not the Answer, 1977. December. Reprint of article in CHANGE: THE MAGAZINE OF LEARNING adapted from McGill's "Science and the Law" speech dated 1977.
35 3 Value of New York, 1977. December 18. Newspaper clipping of article in the NEW YORK TIMES.
35 4 Stronger and Wiser, 1978. January 1. Newspaper clipping and typescript drafts of article for the DAILY NEWS.
35 5 Litigation-Prone Society: Protection of Professional Life, 1978. March. Reprint from the NEW YORK STATE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, Vol. 78., No. 3.
35 6 Save Science From the Courts, 1978. March. Reprint of article in FARM CHEMICALS.
35 7 Essential Facts on University Investments, 1978. May 3. Typescript memorandum to Columbia students, press release and newspaper clippings regarding Columbia's divestment of South African companies supporting apartheid.
35 8 Man of Decency and Joy, 1978. August 1. Reprint of article in COLUMBIA COLLEGE TODAY regarding Dwight C. Miner.
35 9 Another Opinion - WCBS Radio, 1978. December. Typescript.
35 10 New Problems in Academic Freedom, 1979. Reprint in MAN AND MEDICINE, Vol. 4, No. 2.
35 11 Ghost in the Library and a Shout in the Street, 1979. August 12. Reprint and typescript of article in COLUMBIA magazine.
35 12 Strength in Numbers Doesn't Always Compute, 1979. December 23. Newspaper clipping of article in the LOS ANGELES TIMES.
35 13 Editorial Essay for the SAN DIEGO UNION, 1981. October 7. Typescript draft and newspaper clipping.
35 14 Modern Tale of Two Cities, 1981. December 14. Typescript of article in the SAN DIEGO TRIBUNE in 1982.
35 15 Article In Memoriam to Professor Joseph Kubis, 1982. Summer. Typescript, correspondence and reprint in FORDHAM entitled "A Tribute to Good Teaching".
35 16 Readings for the Occasional Seminar, 1983. Winter and Spring. With K. Ringrose. Reprints of reports and articles by Clark Kerr and McGill.
35 17 If Education Is an Issue, It Merits Study, 1983. July 31. Typescript draft and newspaper clipping of article in the SAN DIEGO UNION.
35 18 Memorandum on Undergraduate Scholarships, 1984. March. Typescript.
35 19 Trends in Higher Education and Their Impact on Independent Schools, 1984. February. Proposed report to the Board of Trustees of the Bishop's School. Typescript drafts and correspondence.
35 20 Report and Recommendation to Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University, 1985. Septmber 6. Typescript draft, handwritten notes and correspondence.
35 21 Weingart Junior Faculty Grants, 1985. January 28. Typescript.
35 22 Reaffirmation Committee Report: Executive Administration, 1986. April 23. Typescript. See also Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
35 23 What I Don't Miss about Columbia, 1987. March 2. Newspaper clipping of article in the COLUMBIA SPECTATOR.
35 24 Proposal for a Weingart Junior Faculty Program in Science and Engineering, 1988. February. Typescript.
35 25 Richard C. Atkinson: President Elect of AAAS, 1988. May 5. Typescript of article sent to SCIENCE magazine.
35 26 Pre-School Project Discussion Paper, 1989. September 22. Typescript.
35 27 California Mythology, 1994. January 18. Typescript drafts of an OP-ED piece edited by McGill and written with Richard C. Atkinson [?].
35 28 Proposal to Establish the Border Research and Technology Center, 1994. October 7. Typescript drafts annotated "McGill Redraft of Furtek Document, 10/7/94" and correspondence.
35 29 School Reform in San Diego, 1995. August 9. Weingart Foundation large grant proposals. Typescripts.
35 30 Telemedicine and Health Care Reform in San Diego, 1995. September 25-27. Typescript drafts, correspondence and newspaper clipping. Includes early version dated August 9 and a white paper, "The UCSD Medical Ultraweb," by D. Masys and J. Pasquals, et al.
35 31 Report of the 1996 External Review Committee on the Graduate Programs in the School of Social Sciences, 1996. August. Part One. Handwritten and typescript drafts and correspondence.
36 1 Report of the 1996 External Review Committee on the Graduate Programs in the School of Social Sciences, 1996. August. Part Two. Typescript draft and correspondence.
36 2 Problems, Problems, Problems, 1997. March 22. Handwritten notes and research material characterized as a "Book Idea."
36 3 Problems Confronting WMG as He Began His Duties at CU in the Fall of 1970, 1997. September. Typescript.

RESEARCH MATERIAL

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36 4 Probability Theory, 1950 - 1959. Part One. Handwritten equations and notes.
36 5 Probability Theory, 1950 - 1959. Part Two. Handwritten equations, notes and reprints.
36 6 Probability Theory, 1950 - 1959. Part Three. Handwritten equations and notes, reprints and correspondence with E. G. Boring.
36 7 Detection and Information, 1968. Handwritten notes, correspondence, reprints, and reference material.
36 8 Laboratory Apparatus. Heathkit Oscilloscope, 1977. Handwritten sweepspeed calibrations, schematic and brochure.
36 9 Laboratory Apparatus. T159 Calculator, 1983. Handwritten record of calculations, calculator tapes and handwritten notes.
36 10 Polynomial Psychometric Functions, 1983. Calculator print-outs and graphs.
36 11 Signal Detection, 1986 - 1990. Transparencies, graphs, handwritten notes, and reference material.
36 12 Problem of Birth, Death and Immigration, 1987. With Malvin C. Teich. Photocopies of handwritten notes.
37 1 Sensory Processing via Stochastic Transmission, 1990. April. Photocopies of handwritten notes.
37 2 Limits on the Variance/Mean Square Ration for the Linear Birth-Death Process, 1990. May. Handwritten research notes and equations.
37 3 Functions and Factorials for Sensory Transmission, 1993. Typescript tables, graphs and handwritten equations.
37 4 Logistic Distribution. Undated. Handwritten notes, equations and reference material.

Notebooks

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37 5 Calibrations and Personal Equations in Loudness, 1957 - 1959. Bound notebook with handwritten notes, graphs and instructions for apparatus.
37 6 Calibration Book Two: Calibrations and Equipment Analysis, 1959 - 1965. Bound notebook with handwritten notes, graphs, instructions for apparatus, and photographs of equipment.
37 7 Data Book Three: Laboratory Measurements and Data, 1959 - 1968. Bound notebook with handwritten notes, graphs and instructions for apparatus.
37 8 Quantitative Representations of Signals and Noise, 1964 - 1965. Handwritten notes, graphs and reprints by others.
37 9 Probability Distributions Encountered in Studies of Sensory Detection Processes, 1965 - 1966. Bound notebook with handwritten notes and graphs.
38 1 Probability Distributions Encountered in Studies of Sensory Detection Processes, 1966. Handwritten notes, graphs and reprints.
38 2 Analysis of Two Alternative Forced Choice Psychometric Functions, 1967 - 1968. Handwritten notes, correspondence, graphs, and reprints by others.
38 3 Notes on Energy Distribution Moment Generating Functions, Energy Difference Distributions (2AFC)..., 1967 - 1983. Part 1. Handwritten notes, correspondence and reprints by others
38 4 Notes on Energy Distribution Moment Generating Functions, Energy Difference Distributions (2AFC)..., 1967 - 1983. Part 2. Handwritten notes, correspondence and reprints of others.
38 5 Short Wave Reception Log: Notebook of Observations and Notes, Construction and Calibration Data, 1975 - 1976. Part 1. Bound notebook with handwritten notes, diagrams, graphs, and drawing of apparatus.
38 6 Short Wave Reception Log: Notebook of Observations and Notes, Construction and Calibration Data, 1976 - 1977. Part 2. Handwritten notes, diagrams, graphs, and photographs of laboratory equipment.
39 1 Calibration Book, 1977 - 1985. Bound notebook with handwritten notes, instruction manual for digital watch and graphs.
39 2 Short Wave Reception and Instrumentation: Notes and Observations and Construction Reports, 1977 - 1985. Bound notebook with handwritten notes, diagrams and photographs of radio equipment. Includes McGill's membership certificate in the American Radio Relay League.
39 3 Evolution of Exnoise from a Programming Trick Permitting Calculation of Very Large Factorials and Combinations, 1986. Handwritten notes, "Rem Program for Computing Detection Probabilities," and data printouts.

Writings of Others

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39 4 Reprints, 1949 - 1964. Miscellaneous material, most dealing with issues of signal detection, and with McGill's annotations.
39 5 Teich, Malvin C. Reprints and teaching material., 1974 - 1993. A set of articles by others and by Teich with others, some with annotations, and syllabi and examinations for electrical engineering course taught by Teich.

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

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39 6 Alberta S. Galinsky v. Columbia University of the City of New York, 1977 - 1981. Legal briefs and opinions on an employment discrimination complaint.
40 1 Attendance lists for dinners and luncheons, 1973 - 1980. Typescript and handwritten lists and correspondence.
40 2 Bakke decision, 1977 - 1978. Legal brief and pamphlet, "The Relevance of Race in Admissions" and correspondence.
40 3 Columbia College Rifle Club, 1982 - 1983. Correspondence and background material.
40 4 Columbia University's Recent Economic Experience and Future Prospects, 1979 - 11. Revised typescript draft of a report by McGill and Maurice Wilkinson and correspondence.
40 5 Daily Consolidated Security Reports, 1978 - 1980. Forms with incident reports that include descriptions of protest demonstrations.
40 6 Day Care Center Women's Group Sit-In, June 15. Undated handwritten notes.
40 7 Flyers, handouts and leaflets, 1970 - 1980. Announcements of student protest activities and miscellaneous information sessions.
40 8 Lamont-Doherty Observatory. Invitation to oral history interview, 1968 - 1997. Part 1. Research notes, memoranda and correspondence regarding the Doherty donation controversy.
40 9 Lamont-Doherty Observatory. Invitation to oral history interview, 1968 - 1997. Part 2. Research notes, memoranda and correspondence regarding the Doherty donation controversy.
40 10 Memorabilia, 1967 - 1980. Invitations, guest lists, menus, and programs.
40 11 Memoranda from McGill, 1973 - 1979. President McGill's memoranda on miscellaneous topics, sent to various university offices.
40 12 Miscellaneous messages, 1960 - 1980. Handwritten and typescript.
40 13 Morales-Carrion Classroom Incident, 1971. Correspondence regarding the disruption of Professor Arturo Morales-Carrion's class by protestors.
40 14 Notes on Matters to Be Reviewed by Abel and McGill with Lee Hills, September 25, 1974. McGill's account of the relationship between Columbia and the Pulitzer Awards Advisory Board. Typescript.
41 1 Office of Public Information, 1971 - 1995. Press releases and two black-and-white photographs of John M. Krumm.
41 2 Planning for Columbia University: An Interim Report, 1970. Report issued by I. M. Pei and Partners includes letters from Andrew W. Cordier and A. Quincy Jones.
41 3 President's Reports to the Trustees, 1970 - 1980. Annual reports prepared by McGill.
41 4 Report from the Students of the Student-Faculty Search Committee, February 5, 1970. Typescript.
41 5 Report on Student Protests at Columbia University During Late April, 1972. Prepared by the Special Committee on Demonstration Observations by the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, E.J. Wesely, Chairman. Includes memorandum, " Joint Sheriff-Police Action at Hamilton Hall, April 25, 1972," and "Statement of President William J. McGill, April 25, 1972, at 8 p.m. Includes correspondence.
41 6 Statements by President William J. McGill to the Columbia University Senate, 1972 - 1979. Typescripts.
41 7 Thegze, Chuck. "McGill: Summary", 1971. Unpublished article on McGill at Columbia. Typescript.
41 8 Trustees, Deans and Vice Presidents of Columbia University, 1970 - 1973. Typescript lists of names.
41 9 U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office for Civil Rights. Transcript of Proceedings..., 1972. Typescript of a February 29 telephone conference call discussing Columbia's affirmative action program. Participants: McGill, Roy McKinney, Lou Oberdorfer, Jeff Orleans, Stan Pottinger, Jim Robertson, and Margaret Rumbarger.
41 10 United States District Court. Southern District of New York. Re: Walker v. Columbia University, 1976. Opinion and Order, Employment Discrimination Suit. Typescript and correspondence.
41 11 University Budget Data and Forecasts, 1966 - 1980. Report by W. Bruce Bassett and William McGill. Typescript and miscellaneous financial and statistical information.

Correspondence

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42 1 Buchanan, Peter McE., (university development and alumni relations, vice-president), 1984 - 1987.
42 2 Cole, Jonathan, (provost).
42 3 Columbia University Alumni Association of Southern California, (Edward A. Hoffman, vice-president), 1996 - 1997.
42 4 Cordier, Andrew W., 1970 - 1971. McGill's predecessor as president of Columbia University.
42 5 De Bary, William Theodore, (vice-president for academic affairs, provost and professor), 1971 - 1995.
42 6 Dillon, Robert J., (associate dean for external relations), 1991.
42 7 Francy, Patricia L., (treasurer/controller), 1982 - 1997.
42 8 Head, Elizabeth, (general counsel), 1991.
42 9 Jemmot, Marion E., 1980 - 1997. Regarding the Lamont-Doherty Observatory oral history interview.
42 10 Maniatty, Connie S., 1989 - 1992.
42 11 McSweeney, Anne M., (deputy vice-president and special advisor to the president for development), 1994 - 1995.
42 12 Montana, Margaret, (executive assistant, office of the president), 1982 - 1994.
42 13 Pardes, Herbert, (vice-president for health sciences and dean of the faculty of medicine), 1995 - 1996.
42 14 Rieder, Corinne H., (secretary), 1989 - 1996.
42 15 Robbins, Mark, (Columbia University club development project, director), 1995.
42 16 Rupp, George, (president), 1993 - 1997.
42 17 Schneider, Edward W., 1989 - 1990.
42 18 Sovern, Michael, (president), 1980 - 1995.
42 19 Tablewski, Lee M., 1992.
42 20 Warner, Aaron W., (Columbia University seminars, director), 1984 - 1992.
42 21 Miscellaneous Correspondence.

Teaching Material

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42 22 224. Psychology. Experimental Design in Psychological Research, 1959. Typescript. Includes final examination.
42 23 252. [Untitled course.], 1959. "The Binomial Distribution," and "Notes on Probability." Typescripts.
42 24 G90434. [Seminar.] Energy Detection Mechanisms and Psychophysics, 1973. Recommended Readings. Typescript list.
42 25 G4005x. Sensation and Perception Proseminar, 1973 - 1979. Course outlines, McGill's handwritten notes on detection theory and correspondence.

Clipping File

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42 26 Newspaper clippings and articles, 1971 - 1972.
42 27 Newspaper clippings and articles, 1973 - 1974.
42 28 Newspaper clippings and articles, 1975 - 1977.
43 1 Newspaper clippings and articles, 1978 - 1979.
43 2 Newspaper clippings and articles, 1979 - 1980.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO

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43 3 Academic Council Meeting, February 19, 1969. Typescript of minutes.
43 4 Academic Senate, San Diego Division, 1969. List of members
43 5 Activities of the John Birch Society at UCSD, 1966 - 1967. Memoranda, the "Report of the John Birch Society Literature in the UCSD Bookstore," by Inge Marcuse and newspaper clippings.
43 6 Advisory Committee on Academic Personnel Processes in the Mathematics Department, 1986. Memoranda, reports and proposals.
43 7 AIDS Research Center, 1987 - 1988. Feasibility study, proposal, memoranda, and correspondence.
43 8 Board of Overseers, 1983. Chancellor's report, meeting minutes and correspondence.
43 9 Campus Farewell Open House for Departing Chancellor Richard C. Atkinson, September, 1995. Press release, articles about Atkinson and program. See also Speeches subseries for McGill's "Remarks."
43 10 Candidates for Assistant Vice Chancellor, Development, 1992. Curriculum vitae, interview schedules and correspondence.
43 11 Chancellor Selection Committee, 1995. Announcement of the committee's formation, names of members and a newspaper clipping.
43 12 Chancellor's Inaugural Address, April 9, 1969. Typescript and program, "The Inauguration of William James McGill as Chancellor of the University of California, San Diego."
43 13 Chancellor's Inauguration, April 9, 1969. Miscellaneous memorabilia. Includes invitations, instructions and guestbook. Also includes a typescript of "Remarks" by President Charles J. Hitch.
43 14 Charter Day Activities and Banquet, 1970 - 1971. Programs and schedules.
43 15 Commencement material, 1969 - 1970. Programs, schedules, invitation lists, and correspondence.
43 16 Fact Sheet, University of California, San Diego, 1980 - 1995. Profile of UCSD. Includes tables and graphs.
43 17 Financial report, "UCSD and the Decade of the Sixties", 1982. Typescript with accompanying graphs and notes.
44 1 Health, Safety and Environment Advisory Committee, 1983. Correspondence and meeting minutes.
44 2 Memorabilia, 1958 - 1971. Invitations, membership card, programs and copies of maxims by Roger Revelle and Leo Szilard.
44 3 Office of the Chancellor, 1968 - 1969. Letters and statements by McGill on the reappointment of Herbert Marcuse, Marine Corps recruiter on campus, proposed Lumumba-Zapata College. Includes list of "Communications Received" from the Office of the Secretary of the Regents.
44 4 Office of the Chancellor. Statement by Chancellor William J. McGill, May 21, 1969. Typescript "News Release" on a student strike. Includes typescript transcripts of leaflets about strike issues, a TRITON TIMES editorial on the strike, and McGill's response to the editorial. Also includes a McGill memo to the Academic Senate, meeting minutes for May 20, 21, 24, and 28, 1969 and background articles.
44 5 Presidential Grants for School Improvement Advisory Committee, 1992. Includes brochure.
44 6 Proposed Undergraduate Academic Plan for the Third College, September, 1968. By Armin Rappaport, Provost. Typescript. Includes "Report on the Third College Planning Committee, Subcommittee on Curriculum," May 16, 1969.
44 7 Public Affairs Office. News Release, June 21, 1968. Typescript announcement of McGill's appointment as chancellor.
44 8 Regents Committee on Grounds and Buildings, June, 1969. Handwritten notes on remarks by committee members.
44 9 Superior Court of the State of California for the County of San Diego. Subpoena (Civil), May 20, 1970. Issued to William McGill, S.S. Penner, Keith Brueckner and Herbert York commanding them to appear as witnesses.
44 10 Universities' National Anti-War Fund, 1970. Typescript memoranda and flyer.
44 11 UCSD Charter High School. Background information, 1995 - 1996. Bibliographic search results, Internet links and newspaper clippings.
44 12 UCSD Charter High School. Correspondence, 1996.
44 13 UCSD Charter High School. Correspondence, 1997.
44 14 UCSD Charter High School. Steering Committee and Feasibility Study, 1995 - 1997. List of members, meeting agenda and minutes, budget projections. Includes "Report of the UCSD Task Force on K-12 Outreach," September 5, 1997.

Correspondence

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44 15 Atkinson, Richard C., (chancellor), 1981 - 1996.
44 16 Caserio, Marjorie C., (vice chancellor of academic affairs), 1992 - 1994.
44 17 Cole, Michael, (department of communication, chair), 1983 - 1997.
45 1 Cornelius, Wayne A., (Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, UCSD), 1987 - 1995.
45 2 Darling, Bruce B., (development and university relations, vice chancellor), 1986 - 1996.
45 3 Dynes, Robert C., (chancellor).
45 4 Galbraith, John S., (chancellor), 1966 - 1969. Part 1.
45 5 Galbraith, John S., (chancellor), 1969. Part 2.
45 6 Gardner, David Pierpont, (University of California, president), 1984 - 1991.
45 7 Geddes, John, (associated dean, student affairs), 1969 - 1970.
45 8 Hellyer, Dave, (public affairs office, editorial director).
45 9 Heyns, Roger W., 1969 - 1995.
45 10 Hitch, Charles Johnston, (UC president emeritus), 1968 - 1995. Includes correspondence with Mrs. C.J. Hitch. Also includes typescript, "Ecce Cancellarius" by Charles Hitch.
45 11 Houseman, Elizabeth, (office of the chancellor, secretary), 1968 - 1970.
45 12 Landon, John E., 1970.
45 13 Ledden, Patrick, 1989 - 1997.
45 14 Lien, John, 1997.
45 15 Longobardo, Anna K., 1983 - 1992.
45 16 Lytle, Cecil, (Third College, provost), 1989 - 1997.
45 17 McElroy, William D., 1972 - 1975.
45 18 McIntyre, Ed, 1994.
45 19 Mehan, Bud, 1997.
45 20 Mendelsohn, John, 1995.
45 21 Saxon, David S., 1980 - 1981.
45 22 Stewart, John L., 1982 - 1986.
45 23 Sutherland, Andrew, 1997.
45 24 Sutton, Percy, 1995.
45 25 Ticho, Harold K., (academic affairs, vice chancellor), 1986 - 1989.
45 26 Tien, Chang-Lin, 1996.
45 27 Walshok, Mary Lindenstein, (associate vice chancellor, extended studies and public service), 1988 - 1997.
45 28 Young, Janet E., (UC, special assistant to the president), 1993 - 1996.
46 1 Miscellaneous correspondence.

Teaching Material

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46 2 Psychology 178. Group Protest and Conflict Resolution, 1981 - 1983. Typescript list of readings and topics. Includes survey questions on student political involvement.
46 3 Seminar. Higher Education Administration, 1983. Typescript list of topics and set of readings with material by McGill and others. Includes correspondence.
46 4 Pyschology 147. Psychology of Student Protest, 1991. Part 1. Set of readings by McGill and others.
46 5 Pyschology 147. Psychology of Student Protest, 1991. Part 2. Request for Course Approval form, topics covered in lectures, reading list, notes, and examinations. Includes "Course and Professor Evaluations (CAPE)" by McGill's students.
46 6 Pyschology 147. Psychology of Student Protest, 1996. Lecture notes, reading list, examinations, and "Course and Professor Evaluations (CAPE)" by McGill's students.
46 7 Pyschology 147. Psychology of Student Protest, 1997. Reading material, lecture notes, examinations, and "Course and Professor Evaluations (CAPE)" by McGill's students.

Clipping Files

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46 8 Newspaper clippings and articles. January - October, 1968.
46 9 Newspaper clippings and articles. November - December, 1968.
46 10 Newspaper clippings and articles. January - February, 1969.
47 1 Newspaper clippings and articles. March - April, 1969.
47 2 Newspaper clippings and articles. May, 1969.
47 3 Newspaper clippings and articles. June - July, 1969.
47 4 Newspaper clippings and articles. August - October, 1969.
47 5 Newspaper clippings and articles. November - December, 1969.
47 6 Newspaper clippings and articles. January - March, 1970.
47 7 Newspaper clippings and articles. April - June, 1970.
47 8 Newspaper clippings and articles. July - November, 1970.
47 9 Newspaper clippings and articles. January - August, 1981.
47 10 Newspaper clippings and articles. February - December, 1982.
48 1 Newspaper clippings and articles. February - July, 1983.
48 2 Newspaper clippings and articles. February - October, 1984.
48 3 Newspaper clippings and articles. March - October, 1985.
48 4 Newspaper clippings and articles. May - November, 1986.
48 5 Newspaper clippings and articles., 1988 - 1990.
48 6 Newpaper clippings and articles. Undated.

BOARDS AND DIRECTORSHIPS

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Commission for a National Agenda for the Eighties

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48 7 Agenda and minutes, 1980. Typescript notebook. Includes list of panel members and panel workplans.
48 8 Correspondence, 1980 - 1981. Includes newspaper clippings.
48 9 Statement by William J. McGill, January 16, 1980. Typescript of McGill's presentation of the Commission's final report. Includes typescript draft of "Forward" by McGill, memoranda and press releases.

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

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48 10 Correspondence, 1983 - 1996.
48 11 Lists of "Individuals for Discussion at Selection Committee Meeting", 1988 - 1992. Includes correspondence and curriculum vitae for fellowship candidates.

La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation

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48 12 Agenda and minutes, 1993 - 1996. Includes "Directory of Trustees," November 14, 1995.
48 13 Correspondence, 1991 - 1997.

McGraw-Hill, Inc.

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48 14 Agenda and minutes, 1979 - 1986.
48 15 Correspondence, 1980 - 1997.
49 1 Correspondence. Harold W. McGraw, Jr., chairman-emeritus, 1979 - 1997.

Richard Lounsbery Foundation

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49 2 Agenda and minutes, 1982 - 1987.
49 3 Agenda and minutes, 1995 - 1996.
49 4 Correspondence, 1981 - 1988.
49 5 Correspondence, 1991 - 1994.
49 6 Correspondence, 1995 - 1996.
49 7 Correspondence, 1997.

San Diego Dialogue

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50 1 Agenda and minutes, 1991 - 1994. Meeting material from the executive, plenary and steering committees.
50 2 Agenda and minutes, 1995 - 1997. Meeting material from the executive, plenary and steering committees.
50 3 Binational Advisory Council for San Diego/Tijuana Land Ports, 1996 - 1997. Includes agenda, list of council members and reports.
50 4 Budgets and financial statements, 1996 - 1998. Includes a graph showing operating income for the period 1992-1998.
50 5 Charter and general information, 1991 - 1997. Brochures in English and Spanish. Includes typescript "Outline for the Neil Morgan/Ira Katz San Diego Dialogue Project for a More Progressive City and Region," draft proposals, mission and program statements, and newspaper articles.
50 6 Correspondence, 1990 - 1992.
50 7 Correspondence, 1993 - 1994.
50 8 Correspondence, 1995.
51 1 Correspondence, 1996 - 1997.
51 2 Final Grant Report, 1993-1994 and Two Year Proposal, 1995-1997. February, 1995. Typescript. Includes drafts of initial proposal letter and correspondence.
51 3 Initiatives: Proposal Summaries, 1991 - 1994. Typescripts. Includes "Border Initiative...," "K-12 School Reform...," "Public Transportation," and "Regional Economic Strategy."
51 4 Interview, McGill, 9/22, Notes. Undated typescript notes. Includes biographical information on Charles E. Nathanson.
51 5 Membership lists, contributor lists and demographic data, 1991 - 1995. Typescript and handwritten lists. Includes replies to a survey of members.
51 6 Proposals and reports, 1991 - 1996. San Diego-Tijuana Metropolitan Region. Miscellaneous San Diego Dialogue announcements, updates and planning material for the border region.
51 7 Proposals and reports, 1991. "Background Paper: Hispanic Electoral Politics in San Diego." Prepared by Richard Ybarra, October 5.
51 8 Proposals and reports, 1994. "Proposed Study of the Health Care of Immigrant Populations in the American States Bordering Mexico." Includes outlines, planning meeting material, mailing lists and correspondence.
51 9 Proposals and reports, 1994 - 1995. The Border Research and Technology Center (BRTC): Otay Mesa Port of Entry. Announcement and report. Includes "Conceptual Framework for the Establishment of a Border Research and Technology Center in the Southern District of California," from the U.S. Attorney's Office. Also includes correspondence. See also McGill's "Proposal to Establish a BRTC" in Series 3E, Miscellaneous Writings.
51 10 Proposals and reports, 1996. Parent Institute - San Diego Teachers Association. Typescripts and correspondence.
51 11 Proposals and reports, 1996. "Paying for Wildlife Conservation in San Diego County: The Case of MSCP" [Multiple Species Conservation Program]. Final draft and report.
51 12 Proposals and reports, 1996. "Planning the San Diego/Tijuana Border." Typescript. Includes "State and Local Participation in Solving Environmental Programs of the U.S. Mexican Border," by Thomas Lundmark and John B. McNeece.
51 13 Proposals and reports, 1997. "The Integrated Market Oriented Water Supply Program." By Tibor Varga, at the request of San Diego Dialogue.
51 14 Proposals and reports. Undated. "Developments of the San Diego Dialogue Anchor: A Conceptual Proposal." Typescripts.
51 15 Reports and reprints, 1993 - 1997. Published and unpublished background material on education, health, transportation, and other issues.

Weingart Foundation

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51 16 Administrative material, 1989 - 1997. Includes code of ethics, personnel policy, articles of incorporation, names of members of the board of directors, and a brochure, "Guidelines and Application Procedure."
51 17 Agenda and minutes, 1982 - 1985.
52 1 Agenda and minutes, 1986 - 1989.
52 2 Agenda and minutes, 1994 - 1997.
52 3 Balance sheets, budgets and portfolio performance information, 1983 - 1986. Typescripts.
52 4 Correspondence, 1983 - 1986.
52 5 Correspondence, 1987 - 1989.
52 6 Correspondence, 1990 - 1993.
52 7 Correspondence, 1994.
52 8 Correspondence, 1995.
53 1 Correspondence, 1996.
53 2 Correspondence, 1997.
53 3 Grants, 1972 - 1997. Summaries of grants by organization and category giving amounts. Includes list of assessment reports. Also includes "Thoughts on Grant-Making in the Years Ahead," and "Some Questions to Stimulate Discussion with Respect to Grant-Making Policy and Procedures."
53 4 Grants Organization Report, 1984 - 1985. Typescript notebook containing lists of grants made, amounts, management reports, and financial information.
53 5 Grants Organization Report, 1970 - 1986. Notebook containing list of grants, amounts, management reports and, financial information.
53 6 Miscellaneous topics. Undated. Typescripts with suggested assignments, subjects for discussion and aphorisms of Ben Weigart. Includes typescript, "A Latent Resource for Problem Solving."

Miscellaneous Organizations

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53 7 American Heart Association. Royal Heart Ball, 1993 - 1995. Includes correspondence, rosters and photograph of McGill.
53 8 Armand Hammer United World College of the American West, (Theodore Lockwood, president), 1981 - 1994. Includes brochure, correspondence, donor list, and magazine article.
53 9 Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 1972 - 1983. Correspondence regarding the Annenberg School of Communication. McGill was the chairman of the CPB/ASC Joint Task Force ca. 1980-1981
53 10 Medicine, Education and Research Foundation (MERF), 1994 - 1997. Agenda and minutes
53 11 Medicine, Education and Research Foundation (MERF), 1990 - 1997. Correspondence.
54 1 Salk-UCSD Center for Studies of Creativity, 1985 - 1994. Draft proposals and memoranda of understanding, correspondence, financial information, and lists of consultants and donors. Includes typescript, "Are We Being Good Ancestors?" by Jonas Salk and correspondence regarding Salk's 80th birthday.
54 2 San Diego - Baja Communications Council, 1993 - 1995. Agenda and minutes. Includes typescript, "Cities of the Future," remarks by Kevin Starr, California State Librarian, dated December 14, 1994.
54 3 San Diego - Baja Communications Council, 1991 - 1996. Correspondence. Includes brochures on the Second Annual Cities of the Future Conference. (The organization was originally called the San Diego Communications Council; name changed in 1995.)
54 4 San Diego Community Foundation, 1991 - 1997. Correspondence. Includes brochures.
54 5 San Diego Law Center, 1982 - 1986. Correspondence. Includes typescript, "Preliminary Proposal for Non-Adversarial Dispute Resolution Centers," by Sheldon Krantz. Also includes newspaper clippings and a brochure.
54 6 San Diego School of Success (SOS), 1990 - 1996. Agenda and minutes. Originally called the San Diego Innovative Preschool Project.
54 7 San Diego School of Success (SOS), 1990 - 1997. Includes typescript draft, "SOS Scholarship Program," and proposal regarding the administrative structure of SOS.
54 8 San Diego Symphony Orchestra. McGill Commission, 1987 - 1992. Correspondence. Includes a letter from Ellen and Roger Revelle.
54 9 San Diego Symphony Orchestra. McGill Commission, 1987. Funding Plans. Includes correspondence, notes, and typescript drafts of "A Commission on the Future of a Symphony in San Diego."
54 10 San Diego Symphony Orchestra. McGill Commission, 1987. Newspaper clippings.

PHOTOGRAPHS

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Portraits of McGill

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55 1 Formal black-and-white prints, 1968 - 1979. Most dated, with annotations. Includes color photographs of painted portraits.
55 2 Informal black-and-white and color prints, 1970 - 1979. Dated, some with annotations.

McGill with Others

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55 3 With Milt Leland, Eric DeMarsh and Henry Dupre, 1947. Black-and-white print with annotation.
55 4 UCSD Inaugural Party Album, April 11, 1969. Celebration of McGill's inauguration as chancellor held at the old Scripps' house, Miramar. Color photographs with McGill's annotations made in 1975.
55 5 Columbia University Football Games, 1970. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
55 6 Columbia University Commencement, 1970. Black-and-white and color prints. Includes invitation.
55 7 Columbia University Commencement, Honorary Degree, 1970. Black-and-white and color prints.
55 8 Fordham University Commencement, Honorary Degree.
55 9 Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner, 1970. Black-and-white print.
55 10 Bill Hetzig's (Class of 1926) Party, Fall, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
55 11 Adam de Niso and Bob Dorsey, Fall, 1970.
55 12 Bob Dorsey, President of Gulf Oil. Fall, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
55 13 Business School Presidents' Luncheon. Fall, 1970. Black-and-white print.
55 14 Camp Columbia. Fall, 1970. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
55 15 Columbia Community Chest, Fall, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
55 16 Columbia Locker Room, Fall, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
55 17 Conference on International Journalism, Fall, 1970. Black-and-white prints. Includes Elie Abel, Geraldo Rivera and Gloria Rojas.
55 18 Football Centennial Banquet, Fall, 1970. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
55 19 Warren Goodell, Fall, 1970. Black-and-white print.
55 20 Informal Inaugural Ceremony, September 2, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
55 21 First Columbia Press Conference, September 4, 1970. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
55 22 St. Luke's Hospital Center, October, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
55 23 Charter Day, December, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
55 24 Christmas Party, Low Rotunda,, 1970. Black-and-white prints.
56 1 Columbia University Football Games, 1971. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 2 Horowitz Prize, 1971. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 3 Butler Medal to Jim Coleman, Spring, 1971.
56 4 Chemistry Prize, Spring, 1971. Black-and-white print.
56 5 Deans' Day, Hewitt Lounge, Spring, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 6 Medal of Excellence, Spring, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 7 Ted de Bary in the Faculty Club, Spring, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 8 Softball Game against B.O.M., April, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 9 Address to Medical School Alumni, May 1, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 10 Columbia College Class Day, May 30, 1971. Color print.
56 11 Columbia University Commencement Exercises, June 1, 1971.
56 12 Jewish Theological Seminary Commencement. Honorary Degree, June 15, 1971. Black-and-white print.
56 13 Bennett Cerf's Funeral, August, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 14 Frank Levin, Class of 1926, September, 1971. Color prints.
56 15 Speaking to Employees at Personnel Department Education Program, October, 1971. Black-and-white print.
56 16 George Delacorte with Gate Plaque, October, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 17 School of International Affairs Dedication Ceremony, October 22, 1971. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 18 Indira Ghandi, Prime Minister of India. Speech and Award at the School of International Affairs, November 6, 1971. Black-and-white prints.
56 19 Charter Day, November 19, 1971. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 20 National Institute of Banking, Winter, 1971. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 21 Society of Older Graduates, Columbia University Club, Winter, 1971. Black-and-white print.
56 22 Press Conference at Cornell Medical Center, December, 1971. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 23 Annual Meeting of the Pulitzer Prize Board, 1972. Black-and-white print with annotation.
56 24 Charter Day Dinner with Bob Hope, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 25 Columbia Community Chest, First Check of Campaign, 1972. Black-and-white print.
56 26 Columbia University Football Games and Homecoming, 1972. Black-and-white and color prints.
56 27 Society of Experimental Psychologists, 1972. Black-and-white print.
56 28 Signing Agreement with Roumanian Ambassador for Exchange Professorship in Roumanian Studies at Columbia, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 29 Mrs. Lou Gehrig, February, 1972. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 30 Police Athletic League Supper Party, February, 1972. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 31 Ted de Bary, Spring, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 32 Disturbance, April, 1972. Black-and-white prints of anti-war strike with annotations.
56 33 Martha Petersen Press Conference, April, 1972. Black-and-white prints
56 34 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Commencement and Honorary Degree, May, 1972. Black-and-white prints with typescript annotation and correspondence.
56 35 Columbia Class Day and Commencement, June, 1972. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 36 Charter Day Dinner with Mayor John Lindsay, October, 1972. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 37 Maria Cabot Moors Prize Winners, October, 1972. Color print with annotation.
56 38 Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson's Press Conference Announcing Zale Award, October, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 39 Columbia Class of 1943 Reunion at Acapulco, October, 1972. Black-and-white and color prints and correspondence.
56 40 Maruh Talwani and the Research Ship "Vena," November, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 41 Mt. Sinai Medical School, November, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 42 Burudy Library Visit, Winter, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 43 With unidentified man in Mexico and cover letter from Connie S. Maniatty, December, 1972. Black-and-white prints.
56 44 Head of Chinese Scientific Delegates, December, 1972. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 45 Columbia University Football Games, 1973. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 46 Mike Wallace, Winter, 1973. Black-and-white print.
56 47 Class of 1926, 1973. Black-and-white print.
56 48 Nobel Laureates at Honorary Degree Ceremony, March, 1973. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
56 49 Groundbreaking Ceremony for Long Medical Libary and Press Conference, April 11, 1973. Black-and-white prints.
56 50 Bob Fleming, May, 1973. Color print with annotation.
57 1 Columbia University Commencement, May 16, 1973 - 1. Black-and-white prints and color prints with annotations.
57 2 Wooster College Commencement. June 17, 1973. Black-and-white prints.
57 3 Maruh Talwani, Director of Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, July 2, 1973. Black-and-white prints with annotations. Includes a Soviet oceanic research vessel, the "Akademik Kurchatov."
57 4 Insect Hormone Delegation, People's Republic of China, July 2, 1973. Black-and-white prints.
57 5 Agreement with Washington Heights Community Board, July 20, 1973. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
57 6 Distinguished Achievement Award presented by A. J. Marrow, American Board of Professional Psychology, August, 1973. Black-and-white print.
57 7 Mayor John Lindsay's Visit to Colombia, September 4, 1973. Black-and-white prints.
57 8 Columbia Community Chest, September 18, 1973. Black-and-white print.
57 9 Horowitz Prize Dinner, October, 1973. Black-and-white print.
57 10 Prime Minister Bhutto of Pakistan, October, 1973. Black-and-white prints.
57 11 Gymnasium Cornerstone Celebration, October 19, 1993. Black-and-white prints.
57 12 Signing the Rockefeller Center Lease, October 22, 1973. Black-and-white prints.
57 13 Fourty-Ninth Annual Gold Medal Awards Dinner, West Side Association of Commerce, November 15, 1973. Black-and-white print with typescript annotation.
57 14 President's Ball, December, 1973. Color prints.
57 15 Mary Hoges, 1974. Black-and-white prints.
57 16 Charlies Rossotti's Home, Englewood, NJ, January, 1974. Color prints.
57 17 Colonel Murphy, Founder of Columbia Scholastic Press Association, March, 1974. Black-and-white prints.
57 18 Farewell Dinner for Admiral Arleigh Burke, March 7, 1974. Black-and-white prints.
57 19 Reception for Jack Everitt, President, New School for Social Research and Columbia Alumnus, April, 1974. Black-and-white prints.
57 20 Annual Meeting, Pulitzer Prize Board, April 11, 1974. Black-and-white print with typescript list of names.
57 21 Mexico City, January and May, 1974. Color prints with annotations.
57 22 Columbia University Commencement, May 15, 1974. Black-and-white and color prints.
57 23 Notre Dame Commencement, May 19, 1974. Black-and-white print.
57 24 Merritt Muscular Dystrophy Center, July, 1974. Black-and-white prints.
57 25 Flights [on corporate jets,] Fall, 1974. Color prints with annotations.
57 26 Homecoming, Harvard Game, October, 1974. Black-and-white and color prints.
57 27 Vetelsen Awards, October, 1974. Black-and-white prints.
57 28 Gymnasium Dedication Ceremony, December 7, 1974. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
57 29 Columbia Commencement, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 30 Ceremony Marking Gift of Whitney Young Papers, February 25, 1975.
57 31 Ernest Nagel, Spring, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 32 Talking to Editors and Reporters of the SAN DIEGO UNION, March 7, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 33 Zaretzki Reception, March 20, 1975. Black-and-white print.
57 34 Dr. Bugliarello's Inauguration, April, 1975. Black-and-white print and correspondence.
57 35 Alumni Federation Dinner Meeting, April 9, 1975. Color print.
57 36 Annual Meeting of the Pulitzer Prize Board, April 9, 1975. Black-and-white print with typescript names.
57 37 Fifty-Ninth Meeting of the Advisory Board on the Pulitzer Prizes, April 11, 1975. Black-and-white print and typescript list of names.
57 38 Graduate Faculty Dinner, May, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 39 Fiftieth Reunion, Class of 1925, May 15, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 40 University of Pennsylvania Commencement Exercises, June, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 41 Special Convocation, Taheo Mihi, Prime Minister of Japan, August 8, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 42 New Fairchild Center for the Life Sciences, October 23, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 43 Texaco Directors' Inspection Trip, November, 1975. Black-and-white prints.
57 44 Men's Committee Luncheon, November 7, 1975. Black-and-white print with typescript annotation.
57 45 Presentation of THE NEW WORLD BALANCE AND PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST, H. Tenzer, editor, January 6, 1976. Black-and-white prints and newspaper clipping.
57 46 Korean Dignatary in McGill's Office, February, 1976. Color print.
57 47 Meeting of College Board of Visitors at Jerry Newman's, February, 1976. Color prints.
57 48 McGraw-Hill, April, 1976. Black-and-white print.
57 49 Bob Goodlow, May 9, 1976. Color print.
57 50 Columbia University Commencement Exercises, May 12, 1976. Black-and-white prints.
57 51 Gabe Pressman, May 12, 1976. Black-and-white print.
58 1 Margaret Mead and Senator Claiborne Pell, May 21, 1976. Black-and-white prints.
58 2 Fiftieth Reunion, Class of 1926, June, 1976. Color print.
58 3 Mickey McGuire, June, 1976. Black-and-white print.
58 4 Law Convocation at Columbia, August 4, 1976. Black-and-white print.
58 5 Cocktail Party for "Flame of Truth" Dinner, October, 1974. Black-and-white print.
58 6 Lorene Rogers, October, 1976. Color print.
58 7 Vitali Rubin and Ted de Bary, October, 1976. Black-and-white print with annotation.
58 8 Madame Lopez Portillo, January 24, 1977. Black-and-white print with annotation.
58 9 Harold McGraw, March, 1977. Black-and-white print.
58 10 Mount Sinai Medical School, March, 1977. Black-and-white print.
58 11 Vice President Mondale, March 21, 1977. Black-and-white print.
58 12 Bellaraphon Defeating Pegaus, J. Lipschitz' Last Monument Work, Columbia Law School, April, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 13 Dan and Molly Harris, May, 1977. Black-and-white print.
58 14 Columbia University Commencement, May 18, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 15 Taiwan Delegates, July, 1977. Color prints.
58 16 Waiting for President Perez of Venezuela, July, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 17 Hogan Hall Dedication, September, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 18 John McGillicuddy, Harvard-Yale Football Game, September, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 19 Texaco Board, September, 1977. Color print.
58 20 Horowitz Prize, October, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 21 Lou Little and "Lou Little Day", October, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 22 Schransky Hearing, Senate Caucus Room, October, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 23 Dr. Moran Weston, November, 1977. Black-and-white print.
58 24 Inauguration of Rodney Felder as President of Uppsala College, November, 1977. Black-and-white print.
58 25 Fiftieth Anniversary of Scientific Achievements in the Pupin Physics Laboratory, Columbia University, November, 1977. Black-and-white print with typescript annotation.
58 26 Dental School Dedication, December, 1977. Black-and-white prints with annotations.
58 27 Yule Log Ceremony, December, 1977. Black-and-white prints.
58 28 Track Marathon, March, 1978. Black-and-white prints.
58 29 Barbara Tuchman and Alfred Knopf, April, 1978. Black-and-white print.
58 30 Mrs. Fiorello LaGuardia, April, 1978. Black-and-white print.
58 31 Annual Meeting of the Pulitzer Prize Board, April 7, 1978. Black-and-white print with typescipt names.
58 32 Dr. Lewis Thomas, May, 1978. Black-and-white print.
58 33 Columbia University Commencement, May 17, 1978. Black-and-white prints.
58 34 Judge Ernie Watts, October 6, 1978. Color print.
58 35 Texaco Directors and Senior Management in Copenhagen City Hall, October 23, 1978. Color prints.
58 36 Sheila Mahoney and Lionel Van Durkin, December, 1978. Black-and-white print.
58 37 Columbia University Dinner with Mae and Larry Wien, February 2, 1979. Black-and-white copies and correpondence.
58 38 Chinese Delegation of Social Scientists, April, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 39 Annual Meeting of Pulitzer Prize Board, April 6, 1979. Black-and-white print with typescript list of names and correspondence.
58 40 Engineering Dean's Day, April 28, 1979. Black-and-white print and correspondence.
58 41 Federal Reserve Board of Governors, May, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 42 Virginia Leif's Farewell, May, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 43 Sulo Bara, May 2, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 44 Mrs. Carltan's Vans, with Al Paul, June, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 45 Signing of Affiliation with Morristown Memorial Hospital, June 28, 1979. Black-and-white print.
58 46 Corliss Lamont, November, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 47 Alexander Hamiltorn Award, November 8, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 48 Egleston Award Dinner, the Pupin Medal, December, 1979. Black-and-white prints.
58 49 Honorary Degree to Justice Douglas, December 6, 1979. Black-and-white prints with typescript annotations.
58 50 Meeting of College Board of Visitors at Jerry Newman's Home in Palm Beach, February, 1980. Color prints.
58 51 Bob Naso, Football Coach, March, 1980. Black-and-white print.
58 52 Honoring President and President-Elect, March, 1980.
58 53 Father Ford Associates Award of Distinction, March 20, 1980. Black-and-white prints.
58 54 Dan, Bill and Bob Yavitz, April, 1980. Black-and-white prints.
58 55 Jack Gardiner, April, 1980. Black-and-white print with annotation.
58 56 Vinci in the Tuscan Hills, February 15, 1982. Color print.
58 57 Columbia Commencement, Honorary Degree for Arthur Krim, May 19, 1982. Color print.
58 58 FB-317-03 Group Picture with Armand Hammer, May 20, 1983. Black-and-white print.
58 59 Columbia University Commencement, May, 1986. Black-and-white prints and correspondence.
58 60 Brad Rowland, March, 1988. Black-and-white print with annotation.
58 61 Thirty-Seventh Meeting of the Society of Experimental Psychologists, UCLA, March 15-16, 1991. Color print with list of names.
58 62 Award to a Lady Librarian for Years of Service. Undated black-and-white prints.
58 63 Louise Gross Horwitz Prize Dinner. Undated black-and-white prints.
58 64 Mary Walsh and Armand Erpf. Undated black-and-white prints.
58 65 McGill Family: William McGill, Ann McGill, Rowena McGill, and William McGill, Jr. Undated black-and-white prints.
58 66 McGill at the Lincoln Laboratory, M.I.T.. 1950s. Black-and-white print and correspondence.
58 67 Signing Affiliation Agreement with St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital. Undated black-and-white print.

Miscellaneous Photographs

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58 68 Albert Einstein in Music Group. Undated black-and-white print.
58 69 FB-317-05 By Students, Faculty and Staff to Commemorate His Inauguration as Chancellor, UCSD, April 11, 1969. Color print of McGill Hall.
58 70 Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting, October, 1978.
58 71 Sketches of Columbia College Campus ca., 1900. Black-and-white prints of drawings with annotation.
58 72 Window of McGill's Office at Columbia, November, 1971.
58 73 Unidentified photographs. Black-and-white and color prints with typescript annotation.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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59 1 Originals of preservation photocopies.



Finding aid generated: 2008-10-30