Restrictions

Personal documents contained in Box 72, folder 2 are restricted until 2076. The audio visual material in the collection is restricted. Researchers must request user copies be produced.

Abstract

Papers of James Arnold, chemist, professor, and scholar. The collection documents Arnold's professional career, especially his work on Carbon-14 dating, gamma rays, the Apollo 11, 12, 15, and 16 missions, lunar sample research, meteorites, solar, and lunar history. The collection is also rich in materials related to NASA and the early history of UCSD. The collection includes grant proposals, materials related to research projects such as data, discussion of experiments and results, meeting minutes from both science and UCSD committees, and audiorecordings. The accession processed in 2000 spans the period 1955-1998 and includes awards and commendations, writings and talks, newspaper clippings, NASA publications, and photographs. The prints, slides and a film reel show Arnold and his colleagues and students, laboratories, equipment, testing, and cosmic and planetary features, many related to NASA's space exploration missions. The accession processed in 2011 spans the period 1950-2001 and includes correspondence, teaching materials, writings and research.

Biography

James Richard Arnold (b.1923- ), professor and chemist, received his bachelor degree, masters, and Ph.D degrees at Princeton University in 1943, 1945 and 1946 respectively. While doing graduate work, Arnold was associated with the Manhattan Project for the years 1943-1945. After completing his Ph.D., he joined the newly formed Institute for Nuclear Studies at the University of Chicago as a postdoctoral fellow, and in 1947, he went to Harvard University as a National Research Fellow.

The following year, Arnold returned to the Institute for Nuclear Studies in Chicago, first as a research associate working with W.F. Libby on the development of radiocarbon dating (until 1950), then as an assistant professor of chemistry. Arnold then developed, simultaneously with a group at Los Alamos, the liquid scintillation spectrometer for carbon-14 and tritium, the latter a radioactive isotope of hydrogen. He also discovered the short-lived isotope Be-7 in nature, which has found applications in meteorological research.

From 1955 to 1958, Arnold was on the chemistry faculty at Princeton University. While there he discovered the long-lived isotope Be-10 in nature and began the study of its distribution in the natural enviroment. In 1958, he came to UCSD as one of the first appointments in what became the main campus. Soon thereafter he became the founding chairman of the chemistry department and a full professor.

In the 1960s, Arnold primarily studied cosmic-ray products in meteorites and lunar samples. With several colleagues he demonstrated the approximate constancy of the cosmic-ray flux over periods up to millions of years.

Beginning in the same period and throughout his UCSD career he also participated in NASA planetary missions. He was the Principal Investigator for the Gamma Ray Spectrometer experiment first on the unmanned Ranger 3, 4, and 5 missions and then on the Apollo 15 and 16 manned missions to the moon. He was a Co-investigator on a similar experiment on the failed Mars Observer mission.

Arnold is a consultant to NASA and has served as associate editor of the Journal of Chemical Physics. He was chairman of the sub-committee on radiochemistry of the National Research Council, and, in 1966-1968, he served on the International Technical Cooperation and Assistance Panel of the President's Science Advisory Committee. In 1964, he was elected to the National Academy of Sciences and has served on several of their committees. He received the E.O. Lawrence Award from the Atomic Energy Commission in 1968, and, in 1970, Arnold was honored by NASA with its medal for "Exceptional Scientific Achievement" in recognition of his work on lunar samples assigned to him by NASA. In 1976, he received the Leonard Medal from the Meteoritical Society. From 1979 to 1989, he served as director of the UCSD's newly established California Space Institute, a statewide research organization with emphasis on the useful applications of space. From 1983-1993, he occupied the Harold Urey Chair of Chemistry.

Scope and Content of Collection

ACCESSION PROCESSED IN 1994

The papers of James Arnold, chemist and scholar, include correspondence, grant proposals, writings, notes, research data, minutes of committee meetings, awards, technical reports, bulletins, monographs, audio and video recordings. The materials date from 1946-1993, with the bulk of the collection dating in the 1960s and 1970s. The collection occupies 33.95 linear feet and is arranged in twelve series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) PROPOSALS, 3) RESEARCH PROJECTS, 4) PRE-APOLLO AND APOLLO MISSION RELATED MATERIALS, 5) WRITINGS BY ARNOLD, 6) COMMITTEES, 7) CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS, 8) TEACHING MATERIALS, 9) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS AND AWARDS, 10) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 11) AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS, and 12) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES. The collection was arranged according to document type. Consequently, materials pertaining to a particular subject (meteorites for instance) can be found in a number of the series.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The first series, CORRESPONDENCE, documents Arnold's professional career and is arranged in two subseries: A) General Correspondence and B) Subject File Correspondence.

A) General Correspondence contains correspondence that dates between 1954 and 1992, with the bulk from the 1960s and 1970s. The largest amount of correspondence is with Masatake Honda (1965-1991) from the Institute for Solid State Physics at the University of Tokyo and Devendra Lal (1969-1990) of the TATA Institute of Fundamental Research in India. Arnold worked mostly on meteorites with Honda and on lunar sample research with Lal. This subseries also contains correspondence with Robert N. Hamburger (1984-1986), Martin Kamen (1960-1989), Willard F. Libby (1955-1974; see also subject file correspondence on Carbon-14), Roger Revelle (1960-1990), Hans Suess (1961-1992; see also subject file correspondence entitled "Interrogation of Hans Suess's son...), Harold Urey (1961-1981), and Herbert York (1969-1986). This series also contains correspondence with Jerry Wasserburg, Bob Walker and Paul Gast, the three scientists with whom Arnold, in the mid- to late 1960s, exerted pressure on NASA to ensure the scientifically sound study of lunar samples. They were dubbed the "Four Horseman of the Apocalypse" for their bravado in dealing with the NASA administration. Also of interest is Arnold's correspondence in 1990 with Vice-President Dan Quayle, which is filed under the heading "Augustine Committee" and includes the bold letter written to the Vice-President urging him to terminate the Space Station Freedom and telling him that "NASA needs a major shake-up." Correspondence in the folder entitled "Committee of Concerned Scientists" (1980-1983) documents activities western scientists who believed in the free exchange of scientific and technical ideas between the West and the Soviet Union. This group protested the persistent repression of Soviet scientists, especially Jewish scientists, by the Soviet government. Included in this file are press releases, editorials, and a presentation to Congress written by several members of the committee intended to publicize the plight of Soviet scientists, who were often arrested and detained indefinitely. The file also contains letters written by Arnold to influential Soviet officials urging for the release of several scientists. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by last name or name of organization and chronologically within each folder.

B) Subject File Correspondence covers the period 1947-1981 and consists of correspondence that was filed together by Arnold according to the subject of the correspondence. Several of the correspondents listed in the general correspondence subseries, particularly Willard F. Libby, Jack Trombka, and Hans Suess, are also represented in this subseries. Of particular interest are the files pertaining to Carbon-14, the Apollo gamma ray spectrometer and the harassment of Dr. Hans Suess's son by law enforcement agents. The Carbon-14 files document some of the events surrounding the development of Carbon-14 dating, including sensitive topics created by the discovery, such as the accuracy of the method and its impact on widely held scientific and religious theories. The Apollo gamma ray spectrometer files, dating between 1964-1979, contain discussion of the creation of experiments and of the results. Also of interest is the file entitled the "Lunar Research and NASA's Appropriation Bill (1978)" which includes letters by Arnold and his colleagues to Senators Proxmire, Schmitt, Cranston, Hayakawa, Sasser, and Dr. Frank Press, science advisor to President Carter, urging them to continue funding for NASA's lunar sample analysis program. This subseries also contains materials regarding the memorial service held for Joseph Mayer on December 3, 1983. Included are RSVP letters for the service, letters from Joseph Mayer's son Peter describing his father, and drafts of memorial biographies about Mayer. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within each folder.

SERIES 2: PROPOSALS

The second series, PROPOSALS, spans the period 1951-1993. The majority of the material is from the 1970s and 1980s and, thus, primarily documents Arnold's work at UCSD. The bulk of the material in this series consists of grant proposals for research projects for which Arnold served as Principal Investigator. These proposals lay out in detail the background, goals, and methodology of each project and show how the projects progressed and transformed. There is an extensive list of different research projects in this series, but the most prevalent projects found are those related to meteorites (age and erosional history, cosmogenic radioactivity and origin), lunar and orbital gamma ray experiments, historical studies of extraterrestrial materials, gamma ray spectroscopy, analysis of lunar samples, and solar and lunar history. Also in this series are the proposals concerning the geochronology of the earth, the NASA space science building, the creation of a NASA think tank for long-range issues, and the relation between global climate and the history of desert formation. Grant proposals not from UCSD are identified by the name of the relevant University or laboratory; this is appended at the end of the corresponding folder title. This series is arranged alphabetically according to the title of the proposal and then chronologically within each file.

SERIES 3: RESEARCH PROJECTS

The third series, RESEARCH PROJECTS, contains materials related to research projects that Arnold participated in between 1946 and 1991. The files contain holograph notes written by Arnold, equations, calculations, procedures, research data, status reports, descriptions of projects, and correspondence that relates to the particular research project. Also included are Arnold's gamma ray spectrometer laboratory notebook, the color printed maps of Mars, and the Mariner 7 photographs of Mars. The files containing what Arnold called "early historical materials" on the lunar receiving laboratory and the mass accelerator spectrometer contain notes, plans, and correspondence detailing the background of these projects. This series is arranged alphabetically according to the subject (determined by Arnold) of the folder, then chronologically within the folder.

SERIES 4: PRE-APOLLO AND APOLLO MISSION RELATED MATERIALS

The fourth series, PRE-APOLLO AND APOLLO MISSION RELATED MATERIALS, largely put together by Arnold himself, contains extremely important items relevant to the history of Apollo. Included are calculations, plans, reports, studies, design drawings, research data, maps, and meeting minutes materials related to the Apollo 11, 12, 15, and 16 missions and to the lunar samples that were acquired during these missions. The materials in this series, dated 1963-1993, are arranged alphabetically by subject and then chronologically within each folder. Most items are from the late 1960s and early 1970s.

SERIES 5: WRITINGS BY ARNOLD

The fifth series, WRITINGS BY ARNOLD, consists mostly of typescripts of Arnold's scientific writings (often with several revisions), some holographs, reprints, and a few clippings of published writings. Many of the folders include comments and correspondence with colleagues and editors regarding the content of the written text and research data related to the writings. Also included are memorial texts written by Arnold on W.F. Libby, L. Szilard, and H.C. Urey. The Urey memorial files include several drafts of memorial essays written by Arnold for a memoir of Urey Arnold compiled with Clyde Hutchison and Jacob Bigeliesen. Also in this folder is an unpublished copy of an autobiography by Urey. The writings date from 1948 to 1992 and are arranged alphabetically by title.

SERIES 6: COMMITTEES

The sixth series, COMMITTEES, is arranged in three subseries: A) Miscellaneous Committees, B) NASA-type Committees and C) UCSD Committees.

A) The first subseries, Miscellaneous Committees, contains materials such as research data, reports, plans, and summaries of experiments. Also included are meeting minutes and correspondence pertaining to the committees' plans and activities. Materials from the Comet Science Working Group, the Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration (COMPLEX), Mars Science Working Group, and the Space Station Task Force make up the bulk of this series.

B) The second subseries, NASA-Type Committees, is a series established by Arnold and which may overlap with the Miscellaneous Committees series. Like the Miscellaneous Committees series, the NASA-Type Committees includes reports, summaries of experiments, plans, minutes, and correspondence. Materials on the Comet Nucleus Penetrator Team, the Lunar Sample Preliminary Examination Team, and the Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Group make up the bulk of this series.

C) The third subseries, UCSD Committees, consists of reports, correspondence, inter-campus memos, and minutes from many of the UCSD committees Arnold served on in the 1960s and 1970s. Included is the file entitled "Committee on University Community Planning." This file contains materials regarding the development and use of land surrounding UCSD in the early 1970s. Most items in this folder pertain to the proposed development of a University Towne Center and its impact on the community. Also in this series are the items in the folder entitled "Opportunities for Underprivileged High School Students," which are plans to bring students from local high schools who are academically qualified but culturally disadvantaged to visit the college. This series also contains materials relating to the proposed development of a dental school (1965-1966) and a veterinary school (1966) at UCSD. All of the materials in this series are arranged alphabetically by the name of the committee, then chronologically within each folder.

SERIES 7: CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS

This small series contains brochures, announcements, agendas, and correspondence pertaining to specific conferences and meetings. Also included are some of the papers presented and discussed at these events, often accompanied by Arnold's notes. Among the conferences documented in this series are the American Geophysical Union, the Lunar Science Conference and the Soviet American Conference on the Geochemistry of the Moon and Planets. These materials are dated 1957-1991 and are arranged alphabetically by name of the conference.

SERIES 8: TEACHING MATERIALS

The eighth series contains a small amount of material related to Arnold's teaching career. Included are course outlines from chemistry courses at UCSD, chemistry exams given at the University of Chicago, and course hand-outs presented at Princeton University. This series, dated 1951-1978, is arranged alphabetically by subject.

SERIES 9: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS AND AWARDS

The ninth series, BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS AND AWARDS, contains newspaper clippings about Arnold and some of the many award certificates that he received. Of particular interest is the folder that documents Arnold's appointment to the Harold Clayton Urey chair, including Arnold's acceptance speech and press releases. These materials are dated 1958-1990 and are arranged alphabetically by subject or title of the award.

SERIES 10: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The tenth series contains writings by others. The typescripts are often accompanied by correspondence and holograph notes written by Arnold. This small series, dated 1964-1992, is arranged alphabetically by author's last name.

SERIES 11: AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS

The eleventh series, AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS, contained one cassette tape of the Joseph E. Mayer Memorial in 1983 which has been separated from the collection, catalogued and placed in the cassette tape collection in Special Collections. Included in this series is one reel to reel tape recording of both the Darey Medal and the Urey Medal acceptance speeches of 1969 and video cassette recordings of Arnold teaching chemistry courses and conducting a gas experiment. Most of these items are undated. This series also includes about one hundred miscellaneous overhead projector transparencies that are also largely undated.

SERIES 12: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The twelfth series contains all of the originals, that because of their fragile condition, have been removed from the collection and replaced by photocopy surrogates.

ACCESSION PROCESSED IN 2000

The 2000 accession includes awards and commendations, correspondence, writings and talks, newspaper clippings, NASA publications, and photographic material. The prints, slides and a film reel show Arnold and his colleagues and students, laboratories, equipment, testing, and cosmic and planetary features, many related to NASA's space exploration missions. The accession is arranged in four series: 13) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL, 14) CORRESPONDENCE, 15) WRITINGS AND TALKS, and 16) PHOTOGRAPHS.

SERIES 13: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL series is arranged alphabetically by folder title. It documents Arnold's achievements and contributions to NASA's space program in awards, newspaper clippings, press releases and includes a sabbatical report and visa for a trip to Russia.

SERIES 14: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series is arranged alphabetically, spans the period 1955-1996, and includes correspondents such as Buzz Aldrin, Roger Revelle, Sally Ride, and Gertrude Szilard.

SERIES 15: WRITINGS AND TALKS

The WRITINGS AND TALKS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Writings and B) Talks.

A) The Writings subseries is arranged alphabetically by title and contains articles on space exploration written for a newspaper, an essay on development policies for India and a brief account of the first years of the chemistry department at UCSD.

B) The Talks subseries is arranged alphabetically by title and contains Arnold's presentations to academic, scientific and general audiences.

SERIES 16: PHOTOGRAPHS

The PHOTOGRAPHS series is arranged in three subseries: A) James Arnold and Others, B) Research Projects, Missions and Equipment, and C) Miscellaneous.

A) The James Arnold and Others subseries contains black-and-white prints, a lantern slide of Arnold and color slides of groups and individuals. Many photographs have dates and identifications, as well as accompanying notes with additional descriptions and anecdotes.

B) The Research Projects, Missions and Equipment subseries is arranged chronologically by the dates of projects or missions using folder titles supplied by Arnold, who added handwritten notes giving dates, names and background information. Many of the projects involved scientific balloon testing, and the slides show launch and recovery phases. The 1966 film reel shows a test of stratospheric collection equipment. There are also slides from Apollo and Voyager missions, slides showing meteorite impact craters and classroom slides with graphs, charts and equations.

C) The Miscellaneous subseries contains five sets of slides with accompanying pamphlets prepared by the Lunar and Planetary Institute. Three of the sets deal with aspects of Mars, one is a tour of the solar system and the fifth covers terrestrial impact craters. Slides prepared by NASA contains images from the Viking and Voyager missions. This subseries also contains groups of slides used by Arnold to illustrate his talks, scenes from UCSD's first graduation exercise in 1967, and a birthday party for Regis Lee.

ACCESSION PROCESSED IN 2011

The 2011 accession includes correspondence, teaching materials, articles and typescripts, and laboratory notebooks. The accession is arranged in three series: 17) CORRESPONDENCE, 18) TEACHING MATERIALS, and 19) WRITINGS & RESEARCH.

SERIES 17: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series spans the period 1970-2000 and is comprised of general correspondence, followed by correspondence from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, and letters from Philip Davis. Documents containing social security information are restricted.

SERIES 18: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series spans the period 1980-2001 and is comprised of handouts, viewgraphs, notes, syllabi, and homework solutions related to Arnold’s Space Science and Engineering class for the department of Applied Mechnical and Engineering Sciences (AMES), and other classes and lectures. The series is arranged alphabetically. An unpublished class reader related to Arnold's Space Science and Engineering class can be found in the Writings & Research series.

SERIES 19: WRITINGS & RESEARCH

The WRITINGS & RESEARCH series spans the period 1951-2000 and is comprised of three subseries: A) General Writings, B) Laboratory Notebooks and C) Realia. The series is arranged by material.

A) The General Writings subseries spans the period 1951-2000 and contains annotated articles, reprints, and typescripts, as well as Arnold's unpublished class reader, "Space Science."

B) The Laboratory Notebooks subseries contains Arnold's lab notebooks, as well as notebooks of other researchers. The series is arranged alphabetically by researcher and ranges in date from 1947-1988.

C) The Realia subseries is comprised of a radiation counter used by Arnold during his research in 1949.

Accessions Processed in 1994

CORRESPONDENCE

Box Folder Oversize
1 1 A - Miscellaneous, 1965 - 1980.
1 2 Accounts of Chemical Research, 1974 - 1975.
1 3 Aegerter, S., 1976 - 1980.
1 4 Agnew, Harold M., 1986.
1 5 Allen, Lew, 1982 - 1989.
1 6 Alsmiller, R.G., 1966 - 1968.
1 7 Alvarez, Luis W., 1979 - 1980.
1 8 American Chemical Society News Service (Roy Avery), 1967.
1 9 American Geophysics Union, 1969.
1 10 Anders, Edward, 1963 - 1983.
1 11 Anderson, Ernest C., 1952 - 1986.
1 12 Arnold, James- Sabbatical leave correspondence, 1972 - 1973.
Contains letters written from Arnold to his secretary at UCSD while he was at the TATA Institute in India.
1 13 Arrhenius, Gustaf, 1967 - 1986.
1 14 Asmus, John F., 1985 - 1990.
1 15 Astrophysical Journal, 1969 - 1975.
1 16 Atkinson, Richard C., 1983 - 1984.
1 17 Aver, Siegfried, 1974 - 1976.
1 18 Augustine Committee, 1990.
1 19 B - Miscellaneous, 1964 - 1984.
1 20 Bartholemew, G.A., 1967 - 1969.
1 21 Bell, P.R., 1966.
1 22 Benjamin, William A., 1964.
2 1 Bhattacharya, S.K., 1973.
2 2 Bhandari, Narendra, 1965 - 1980.
2 3 Biswas, S., 1976.
2 4 Booker, Henry G., 1979 - 1981.
2 5-6 FB-001-01 Booth, Edward C., 1972.
2 7 Borg, Richard J., 1975 - 1976.
2 8 Bostrom, Carl, 1971 - 1972.
2 9 Branscomb, Lewis M., 1976.
2 10 Brice, James C., 1969.
2 11 Broecker, Wally S., 1977 - 1987.
2 12 Brown, George, 1981 - 1991.
2 13 Brown, Harrison S., 1965 - 1966.
2 14 Brown, William R., 1963.
2 15 Bryson, Robert P., 1975.
2 16 Burbidge, Margaret, 1971 - 1983.
2 17 Burkenroad, Martin D., 1974 - 1976.
2 18 Busse, James, 1954 - 1957.
2 19 Butler, Margaret, 1965.
2 20 C - Miscellaneous, 1964 - 1989.
2 21 Calio, Anthony J., 1969 - 1981.
2 22 Cameron, A.G.W., 1964 - 1967.
2 23 Ceplecha, Zdenek, 1967 - 1984.
2 24 Clark, Roy S., 1973 - 1990.
2 25 Clayton, Donald D., 1971 - 1989.
2 26 Colombo, Giuseppe, 1984 - 1984.
2 27 Committee of Concerned Scientists, 1980 - 1983.
2 28 Committee on Science and Technology -- U.S. Senate, 1976.
2 29 Convair, 1960.
2 30 Cornell, Sid, 1986.
2 31 Craig, Harmon, 1965 - 1978.
2 32 Creutz, Edward, 1961.
2 33 Criswell, David R., 1971 - 1979.
2 34 Currie, Lloyd A., 1972 - 1987.
2 35 D - Miscellaneous, 1966 - 1979.
2 36 Daniel, Roy R., 1966 - 1983.
2 37 Davidson, Frank P., 1987.
3 1 Davis, Raymond, 1970 - 1982.
3 2 Delany, Anthony, 1965 - 1987.
3 3 Dessley, A.J., 1967.
3 4 Doe, Bruce R., 1982.
3 5 Donn, Bertram, 1975 - 1979.
3 6 Douglas, Jack D., 1970.
3 7 Drake, Michael J., 1977 - 1978.
3 8 Duke, Mike B., 1982.
3 9 E - Miscellaneous, 1967 - 1991.
3 10 Ebert, James D., 1982.
3 11 Ehmann, William D., 1968.
3 12 Ellis, Arthur R., 1970.
3 13 Explorers Club, 1977 - 1978.
3 14 F - Miscellaneous, 1964 - 1990.
3 15 Farinholt, Larkin H., 1967.
3 16 Federation of American Studies, 1978.
3 17 Fedoseyev, G.A., 1979.
3 18 Finkel, Robert, 1973 - 1986.
3 19 Fletcher, James C., 1972 - 1988.
3 20 Folsom, Theodore R., 1973.
3 21 Friedlander, Gerhart, 1974.
3 22 Fruchter, Jon S., 1976 - 1983.
3 23 Futrell, Darryl, 1974 - 1978.
3 24 G - Miscellaneous, 1965 - 1983.
3 25 Galloway, James N., 1975 - 1982.
3 26 Garwin, Richard L., 1972 - 1976.
3 27 Gault, Donald E., 1963 - 1976.
3 28 Gehrels, Tom, 1969 - 1978.
3 29 Geiss, Johannes, 1966 - 1978.
3 30 Geochemica et Cosmochimica Acta, 1976 - 1981.
3 31 Giacconi, Riccardi, 1977.
Restrictions Apply
3 32 Gilvarry, John J., 1968.
3 33 Glenn, John, 1983.
4 1 Goel, Parma, 1964 - 1985.
4 2 Gold, Tom, 1975 - 1979.
4 3 Goldberg, Edward D., 1968.
4 4 Goles, Gordon, 1968 - 1981.
4 5 Goodman, Clark, 1966 - 1983.
4 6 Goyal, Dharam P., 1973 - 1975.
4 7 Green, James H., 1966 - 1967.
4 8 Gupta, S.K., 1973 - 1974.
4 9 Gutsche, C. David, 1970.
4 10 H - Miscellaneous (Ha-Hem), 1964 - 1984.
4 11 H - Miscellaneous (Her-Ho), 1965 - 1992.
4 12 Halliday, Ian, 1987.
4 13 Hamburger, Robert N., 1984 - 1986.
4 14 Handler, George, 1959 - 1974.
4 15 Hapke, Bruce, 1965.
4 16 Harris, John W., 1968 - 1980.
4 17 Harwit, Martin, 1968.
4 18 Hayakawa, Satio, 1976.
4 19 Head, James W. (Brown University), 1976.
4 20 Helin, Eleanor, 1984.
4 21 Herget, Paul, 1962 - 1968.
4 22 Herzog, Gregory, 1968 - 1984.
4 23 Hess, Harry H., 1965 - 1968.
4 24 Hibbs, Albert R., 1984 - 1984.
4 25 Hill, Terrell, 1966 - 1966.
4 26 Hinners, Noel W., 1976 - 1986.
Honda, Masatake.
4 27-28 MC-136-01 1965 - 1969, 1965 - 1969.
5 1 1970-1975, 1970-1975.
5 2 1976 - 1991, 1976 - 1991.
5 3 FB-001-02 1966 - 1991, 1966 - 1991.
5 4 Howard, William E., 1982 - 1982.
5 5 I - Miscellaneous, 1969 - 1978.
5 6 Icarus - International Journal for Solar System Studies, 1975 - 1986.
5 7 Ince, Martin J., 1974 - 1974.
5 8 J - Miscellaneous, 1965 - 1969.
5 9 Jastrow, Robert, 1967 - 1984.
5 10 John Simon Guggenheim Foundation (Gordon Ray), 1964 - 1966.
5 11 K - Miscellaneous, 1964 - 1969.
5 12 Kalman, Otto, 1977 - 1978.
5 13 Kamb, Barclay, 1975 - 1976.
5 14 Kamen, Martin, 1960 - 1989.
5 15 Keil, Klaus, 1982 - 1984.
5 16 Kistiakowsky, George B., 1968.
5 17 Kohman, Truman P., 1968 - 1990.
5 18 Kopal, Zdenke, 1972.
5 19 Kramish, Arnold, 1979.
5 20 L - Miscellaneous, 1961 - 1988.
5 21 Lakoff, Sanford A., 1975 - 1976.
6 1 Lal, Devendra, 1969 - 1977.
6 2 Lal, Devendra, 1978 - 1985.
6 3-4 FB-001-03 Lal, Devendra, 1985 - 1990.
6 5 Langevin, Yves, 1974 - 1979.
6 6 Langseth, Marcus G., 1977 - 1979.
6 7 Langway, Chester C., 1983.
6 8 Larson, Larry O., 1978 - 1979.
6 9 Lewis, William, 1986.
6 10 Libby, Willard F., 1955 - 1974.
6 11 Light, John C., 1968.
6 12 Lindstrom, Richard and Pam, 1970 - 1987.
6 13 Lippincott, W.T., 1974.
6 14 Lipschutz, Michael E., 1963 - 1983.
6 15 Logsdon, John M., 1978.
6 16 Loosli, Heinz, 1970 - 1975.
6 17 Lowery, William D., 1986 - 1987.
6 18 Lunar Science Institute, 1974.
6 19 M - Miscellaneous, 1959 - 1969.
7 1 Marlowe, Greg, 1976 - 1990.
Carbon 14 History Project
7 2 Martell, Ed A., 1955 - 1969.
7 3 Marti, Kurt, 1977 - 1979.
7 4 Matson, Dennis L., 1976 - 1981.
7 5 Maurette, Michel, 1974 - 1984.
7 6 Mayer, Peter C., 1987 - 1991.
7 7 McCord, Tom, 1977 - 1987.
7 8 McCrosky, Richard E., 1967 - 1968.
7 9 McGetchin, Thomas, 1977 - 1978.
7 10 McLucas, John L., 1990 - 1991.
7 11 Megirian, Dirk, 1987.
7 12 Meinke, W. Wayne, 1969 - 1985.
7 13 Meisen, Peter, 1986 - 1987.
7 14 Menninga, Clarence, 1966.
7 15 Menon, M.G.K., 1960 - 1961.
7 16 Merrill, John R., 1958 - 1966.
7 17 Meyer, Charles, 1976 - 1983.
7 18 Millard, Hugh T., 1965 - 1967.
7 19 Millman, Peter M., 1968 - 1970.
7 20 Moore, Carleton B., 1968 - 1985.
7 21 Morgan, John W., 1969.
7 22 Morris, Alvin L., 1967 - 1968.
7 23 Morrison, Dennis, 1978 - 1986.
7 24 Morrison, George H., 1966 - 1969.
7 25 Murray, Bruce, 1992.
7 26 N - Miscellaneous, 1965 - 1968.
7 27 NASA Correspondence, 1962 - 1978.
7 28 NASA - Office of Exploration, 1989.
7 29 National Geographic, 1973 - 1977.
7 30 National Medal of Science, 1971 - 1983.
7 31 National Science Foundation, 1970 - 1980.
7 32 National Space Institute, 1976.
7 33 Nature, 1977 - 1989.
8 1 Naugle, John E., 1971 - 1972.
8 2 Naumann, Robert A., 1966 - 1967.
8 3 Nesbin, Esther W., 1970 - 1971.
8 4 New York Academy of Sciences, 1972.
8 5 Nierenberg, William A., 1970.
8 6 Nishiizumi, Kuni, 1977 - 1979.
8 7 O - Miscellaneous, 1965 - 1974.
8 8 Oeschger, Hans, 1970 - 1985.
8 9 O'Keefe, John A., 1967 - 1983.
8 10 O'Kelley, G. Davis, 1967 - 1972.
8 11 O'Leary, Brian, 1977 - 1983.
8 12 Onaka, Takashi, 1983 - 1985.
8 13 O'Neill, Gerry K., 1976 - 1985.
8 14 Opik, Ernest J., 1965 - 1966.
8 15 Oregon State University, 1980 - 1983.
8 16 P - Miscellaneous, 1964 - 1986.
8 17 Packard Instrument Company, 1956 - 1962.
8 18 Paine, Thomas O., 1977 - 1989.
8 19 Pal, Yash, 1976 - 1981.
8 20 Parkin, David, 1965 - 1968.
8 21 Pavicevic, Miodrag K., 1988 - 1991.
8 22 Perkins, Richard W., 1969 - 1971.
8 23 Peters, Bernard, 1955 - 1961.
8 24 Peterson, Laurence, 1967 - 1975.
8 25 Picciotto, E., 1968 - 1974.
8 26 Pilcher, Frederick, 1970 - 1973.
8 27 Planetary Science Institute, 1980.
8 28 Press, Frank, 1970 - 1988.
8 29 Price, P. Buford, 1970 - 1983.
8 30 Quaide, William L., 1987.
8 31 R - Miscellaneous, 1956 - 1986.
9 1 Rajagopalan, G., 1968 - 1969.
9 2 Rajan, Sundar, 1974 - 1978.
9 3 Rama, Shri, 1960 - 1966.
9 4 Rea, Donald G., 1967 - 1969.
9 5 Reedy, Robert C., 1974 - 1989.
9 6 Reference Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophyics, 1989 - 1989.
9 7 Revelle, Roger, 1960 - 1990.
9 8 Reynolds, John H., 1965 - 1979.
9 9 Richardson, Kenneth W., 1982.
9 10 Rosenfeld, Arthur, 1965 - 1989.
9 11 Ross, John, 1968.
Restrictions Apply
9 12 Runcorn, S. Keith, 1977 - 1982.
9 13 S - Miscellaneous, 1962 - 1990.
9 14 Schmitt, Roman, 1966 - 1982.
9 15 Schatzman, Fred, 1955 - 1961.
Restrictions Apply
9 16 Schonfeld, Ernest, 1975 - 1977.
9 17 Schrieffer, J. Robert, 1982 - 1982.
9 18 Schuch, Robert L., 1965 - 1969.
9 19 Science, 1982 - 1986.
9 20 Scientific American, 1957 - 1961.
9 21 Scott, R.L., 1966 - 1969.
10 1 Shedlovsky, Julian P., 1959 - 1970.
10 2 Sheline, Raymond K., 1969.
10 3 Sill, Claude W., 1961.
10 4 Simnad, Massoud T., 1965 - 1969.
10 5 Simpson, John, 1975 - 1988.
10 6 Sitte, Kurt, 1965.
10 7 Skinner, Brian J., 1969.
10 8 Smith, G. Pedro, 1969.
10 9 Smithsonian Institute, 1968.
10 10 Sonter, Mark J., 1984.
10 11 Springer, Konrad F., 1965.
10 12 Stokes, Joseph, 1969 - 1970.
10 13 Suess, Hans E., 1961 - 1992.
10 14 Surkov, Yu A., 1976 - 1982.
10 15 Suschny, Otto, 1968.
10 16 T - Miscellaneous, 1967 - 1977.
10 17 Tanaka, Shigeo, 1971.
10 18 Taylor, R. Erv, 1978 - 1991.
10 19 Taylor, S. Ross, 1970 - 1987.
10 20 Thor, Gautam, 1977 - 1987.
10 21 Tilles, David, 1965 - 1967.
10 22 Trombka, Jack I., 1971 - 1974.
10 23 Turekian, Karl K., 1975 - 1976.
10 24 Turkevich, Anthony, 1965 - 1983.
10 25 U - Miscellaneous, 1970 - 1975.
10 26 Urey, Harold, 1961 - 1981.
10 27 Utech, Karl, 1969.
10 28 V - Miscellaneous, 1965 - 1969.
10 29 Van Allen, James, 1968 - 1986.
10 30 Van Houten, C.J., 1970.
10 31 Venkatavaradan, V.S., 1974 - 1979.
10 32 Vold, Erik, 1976 - 1977.
10 33 Von Braun, Werner, 1976.
11 1 W - Miscellaneous, 1964 - 1986.
11 2 Wahlen, Martin, 1970 - 1974.
11 3 Wainerdi, Richard E., 1965 - 1969.
11 4 Walker, Robert M., 1964 - 1978.
11 5 Walnut, Thomas H., 1969.
11 6 Wanke, Heinrich, 1970 - 1984.
11 7 Warnow, Joan N., 1974.
11 8 Wasserburg, G. Jerry, 1969 - 1977.
11 9 Wasson, John T., 1970 - 1987.
11 10 Weatherhead, A.K., 1968.
Restrictions Apply
11 11 Wetherill, George, 1966 - 1990.
11 12 Wheaton, Bruce R., 1980.
11 13 Whipple, Richard O., 1966.
11 14 Whitaker, E.A., 1972.
11 15 Wiley and Sons Inc. Publishers, 1979.
11 16 Wilkening, Laurel L., 1981 - 1982.
11 17 Wolke, Robert L., 1976.
11 18 Wood, John A., 1968 - 1969.
11 19 Wood, Lowell, 1971.
11 20 Y - Miscellaneous, 1971 - 1984.
11 21 Yanai, Keizo, 1978 - 1991.
11 22 York, Herbert F., 1969 - 1986.
11 23 Z - Miscellaneous, 1970 - 1980.
11 24 Unidentified correspondence.
11 25 Unidentified documents (from Arnold's correspondence).
No title given and/or no author of document given.

Subject File

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Apollo 15 - Gamma Ray Managerial Correspondence.
11 26 1969 - 1970, 1969 - 1970.
12 1 1970 - 1971, 1970 - 1971.
12 2-3 Apollo Gamma Ray with Metzger and Trombka, 1969 - 1976.
12 4 Be 10, 1954 - 1959.
12 5 Carbon 14 Dating, 1950 - 1964.
12 6 Carbon 14 - General, 1947 - 1955.
12 7 Contracts, 1955 - 1961.
12 8 Cosmic Dust, 1963 - 1966.
12 9 Gamma Ray Spectrometer, 1964 - 1979.
12 10 Interrogation of Dr. Hans Suess' son by law enforcement officers, 1965.
12 11 Libby, Willard F. - Award for Nuclear Applications in Chemistry, 1955 - 1956.
12 12 Lunar Polar Orbiter, 1973 - 1974.
13 1 Mayer, Joseph Edward Memorial Resolution, 1983 - 1986.
Meteorites.
13 4 Meteorite samples, 1958 - 1960.
13 5 Meteorites, 1959 - 1964.
13 2 Meteorites - general, 1961 - 1965.
13 3 Meteorite samples, 1961 - 1966.
13 6 Meteorites, 1976 - 1976.
13 7 Nuclear Glass, 1950 - 1951.
13 8 Neutron Data, 1960 - 1960.
13 9 MC-136-02 Oak Ridge National Laboratory- Gamma Ray Spectrometer Special Lunar Files, 1971 - 1971.
13 10 Radiation Fallout, 1954 - 1958.
13 11 Small Astronomy Satellite Program, 1966 - 1967.
13 12 Solar Proton Project - Meteorite Procurement, 1968 - 1972.
14 1 Special Laboratory Products, 1952 - 1961.
14 2-3 Urey, Harold C. Professorship Chair and Urey Obituaries, 1981.

PROPOSALS

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14 4 Advanced Space Transportation Using Tethers, 1991.
14 5 Advanced Propulsion Method for Transport of Lunar Material, 1986 - 1987.
14 6 Advanced Transportation Technologies for Manned Space Missions to the Inner ..., 1989.
14 7-10 Age and Erosional History of Meteorite Craters Using Cosmogenic Nuclides, 1989 - 1990.
14 11 Analysis of Heavy Metals in Sediments, Sea Water and Sewage, 1971.
14 12 Analysis of Lunar Materials Stretchout Contract, 1970.
15 1 Analysis of the Solar Wind for the Non-Volatile elements -- Apollo 11- UCSD-UCLA Proposal, 1971 - 1975.
15 2 Assessment of the 10 Be/36 Cl Method for Dating Polar Ice Sheet, 1986.
15 3-4 Applications of Earth Science Problems Using the New Accelerator Mass, 1988.
15 5 Apollo Letter of Intent Pre-Proposal, 1964.
15 6 Apollo Sample Return Proposal, 1966 - 1967.
Automation Robotics Program.
15 7 1980 - 1984.
15 8 1984 - 1990.
15 9 10 Be Profiles in Lunar Surface Rock 68815, 1987.
15 10 10 Be and Al-26 Results at the University of Pennsylvania, 1986.
15 11 10 Be Science Startup and Applications to Earth Science Problems Using The ..., 1989 - 1991.
16 1 California Space Institute Automation and Robotics Group, 1985 - 1987.
16 2 Center for the Commercial Development of Space - University of Washington, 1987.
16 3 Climate-Erosion Rate Studies Using Cosmogenic Nuclides, 1988 - 1989.
16 4 Collection and Analysis of Cosmic Dust in the Stratosphere, 1964 - 1971.
16 5 Condensation Process in the Early Solar System, 1981 - 1985.
16 6 Condensation Processes in the Early Solar System, 1986.
16 7 Continuation of a Research Program on Space Station Automation, 1987.
16 8 Contract Progress Reports - ORD projects from University of Chicago, Yale and UCSD, 1954 - 1961.
16 9 Cosmic Ray Effect in Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Materials, the ..., 1970.
16 10 Cosmogenic 53-Mn in Individual Deep Sea Spherules, 1984.
Cosmogenic Radionuclides in the GISP II Ice Core: 10-Be, 26-Al, 36-Cl.
16 11 1988 - 1990.
17 1 1991.
17 2 Cost Proposal for Analysis of Lunar Material, 1969.
17 3 Cost Proposal for Gamma Ray Experiment, 1971.
17 4 Cost Proposal for Gamma Ray Spectrometer Experiment, 1970.
17 5 Data Analysis and Synthesis- Orbital Geochemical Data Analysis and ..., 1974 - 1976.
Development of a Lunar Gamma Ray Experiment.
17 6 1963 - 1970.
17 7 1969 - 1970.
17 8 1971 - 1980.
17 9 1971 - 1972.
17 10 1981 - 1987.
Development of an Orbital Gamma Ray Experiment for Lunar and Planetary ...
18 1 1983 - 1985.
18 2 1986 - 1987.
Evaluation of ADA Technology.
18 3 1982 - 1984.
18 4 1988 - 1990.
18 5 Evidence for Recent Climate Change and a Cretaceous Thermal Event in Southern..., 1991.
18 6 Experiment Proposal for High Energy Astronomy Observatory- A High Resolution ... - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1970.
18 7 Experiment Proposal for Viking 1973 Orbiter Mission- Gamma Ray Spectroscopy ... - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1973.
18 8 Extension of Proposal for Development of a Lunar Gamma Ray Experiment, 1974.
18 9 Extension of Proposal for Development of Gamma Ray Experiment, 1976 - 1977.
19 1 External Tank Applications Study Martin Marietta Contract, 1980 - 1983.
19 2 External Tank(s) Space Applications, 1986 - 1987.
19 3 External Tanks - Utilization in the Space Transportation System, 1982 - 1984.
Extraterrestrial Materials - Historical Studies.
19 4-5 FB-001-06 1983.
19 6-7 1987 - 1988.
19 8 1987 - 1989.
20 1 1985 - 1986.
20 2-5 1988 - 1989.
20 6-7 Undated.
20 8 1983 - 1988.
21 1 1989 - 1990.
21 2 1990 - 1991.
21 3 Proposal Summary - UCSD 88-5034, undated.
Extraterrestrial Materials Proposal.
21 4 1986, 1986.
21 5 1987, 1987.
21 6 Gamma and X-ray Mapping of Lunar Surface Composition, 1967 - 1970.
21 7 Gamma Ray and X-ray Spectroscopy from Earth Orbiting and Lunar Orbiting..., 1965 - 1966.
21 8 Gamma Ray Experiment, 1967 - 1969.
22 1 Gamma Ray Experiment - Earth Orbiter, Lunar Orbiter; Apollo, Voyager Proposals, 1962 - 1965.
22 2 A Gamma Ray Spectrometer for the Lunar Polar Orbiter, 1975.
Gamma Ray Spectroscopy Experiment for Lunar Orbiter.
22 3-4 1966 - 1967.
22 5 Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1967.
22 6 Gamma Ray Spectroscopy of Mars - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1968.
Geochronology of the Earth During the Last One Million Years Using Cosmogenic....
22 7 1989 - 1990.
22 8 1989 - 1991.
22 9 Geomorphological Studies Using Cosmogenic in situ Nuclides, 1990 - 1991.
23 1 Goddard Space Flight Center Contract, 1966 - 1968.
23 2 H-Chrondite Parent Break-Up Seven Million Years Ago: One or Two Events?, 1992 - 1993.
23 3 Historical Studies on Extraterrestrial Materials (Lunar Sample and Meteorites..., 1976.
23 4 Historical Study of Antarctic Rocks Using Radionuclides Produced by Cosmic Rays, 1987.
23 5-7 Ice Accumulation and Ablation Rates in Greenland Based on In-situ Cosmogenic 14C, 1986 - 1987.
Impact Crater Ages.
23 8 1986 - 1987, 1986 - 1987.
23 9 1987.
23 10 Integrated Geochemistry Experiment for Piggy-Back on Apollo Command and ..., 1969.
24 1 Intelligent Space System - A Program of Engineering Research and Advanced Ed., 1987.
Investigation of Cosmogenic Radioactivity and Origin of Meteorite and ....
24 2 1963 - 1965.
24 3 1966 - 1967.
An Investigation of the Cosmogenic Radioactivity and Origin of Meteorites....
24 4 1967 - 1969.
24 5 1968 - 1979.
24 6 1969 - 1970.
24 7 1970.
24 8 1970 - 1972.
24 9 1972 - 1973.
24 10 1973.
24 11 1974 - 1975.
24 12 1975.
24 13 Investigation of the Dynamic Stability of Tethered Systems in Space, 1989 - 1992.
24 14 LAMPF Proposal, 1986 - 1989.
24 15 Launch Site Processing and Faculties for future Launch Vehicle, 1992.
24 16 Lunar Atmosphere and Surface Science UV Spectrometer - University of Colorado, 1989.
24 17 Lunar Chemistry and Surface Processes Studies - Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, 1976.
25 1 Lunar Gamma Ray Support Grant, 1967.
Lunar Sample Analysis Program.
25 2 1967 - 1968.
25 3 1968 - 1970.
25 4 Mars - Major proposals - Contains gamma ray observations, atmospheric adsorption and supplemental information for the Mariner Mars, 1968 - 1971.
25 5-7 Mars Observer Investigation Program, 1986 - 1988.
25 8 Mars Observer Investigation, 1988 - 1989.
25 9 Mars Observer Mission - Team Member Proposal for GRS Facility Instrument, 1985 - 1989.
25 10 Mars Surface and Subsurface Gamma Ray Spectroscopy - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1977.
Measurement of Continental Denudation/Sedimentation Time Scales Using Cosmic-Ray.
26 1 1987.
26 2 1987 - 1989.
26 3 Undated.
26 4 Meteorite Proposals, 1987 - 1988.
26 5 Miscellaneous contract proposals - University of Chicago, Princeton and UCSD, 1951 - 1960.
26 6 Miscellaneous grant contracts, 1955 - 1962.
26 7 Miscellaneous grants and contracts, 1959 - 1975.
26 8 NASA: Multidisciplinary Research Proposal, 1965 - 1966.
26 9 NASA: Space Science Building Proposal Pt I, 1962 - 1966.
27 1 NASA: Space Building Proposal Pt II, 1962 - 1966.
27 2 A NASA Think Tank for Long-Range Issues, 1986.
27 3 FB-001-08 NASA X Ray Spectrometer Proposal - Balloon flight data, 1984.
27 4 National Program of Educational Laboratories - Guidelines, 1965.
27 5 Near Earth Resources Workshop, 1975 - 1977.
27 6-7 Nuclear Studies of Continental Erosion Processes and Rates, 1987 - 1990.
27 8 Old contract proposal, 1954 - 1962.
27 9 On the Determination of Cosmic Ray Production Rates of 26-Al and 10-Be in..., 1985.
Orbital Geochemical Data Analysis and Synthesis.
27 10-12 Proposal, 1973.
27 13-15 FB-001-09 1974 - 1980.
28 1 1981 - 1986.
28 2 Phobos Participating Scientist Program Proposal NRA 88 OSSA 10, 1988.
28 3 Preparation of 41-Ca AMS Standard, 1992 - 1993.
Preparation for the Measurement and Analysis of Cosmic Ray and Solar Particle... - NAS 9-7891.
28 4 1968 - 1969.
28 5 1969 - 1972.
28 6 Production of Cosmogenic Radionuclides in Space and on Earth Application..., 1987.
See also in this series: Impact Crater Ages.
28 7 Project fund reports - UCSD Department of Chemistry, 1961.
28 8 Progress reports (semi-annual) Grants NSG 321, NSG 534, NSG 731, NAS 9-7891, 1962 - 1973.
28 9 Proposals and correspondence - Peterson, Laurence, 1966 - 1967.
28 10 Relation between Global Climate and the History of Desert Formation as... Pt I, 1992 - 1993.
29 1 Relation between Global Climate and the History of Desert Formation as... Pt II, 1992 - 1993.
29 2 Research in the Earth Sciences Using Accelerator Mass Spectrometry - Purdue University, 1989.
29 3 Research into Selected Key Factors of Space Industrialization and Lunar..., 1984 - 1986.
29 4 Scientific Support for the Gamma Ray Spectrometer Experiment NASA- NAS 9-10670, 1970 - 1974.
Simulation of Cosmic Ray Production of Medium and Long-Lived Radionuclides in....
29 5-6 UCSD, 1986 - 1987.
29 7 Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1988 - 1989.
29 8 Simulation of Terrestrial Cosmogenic Nuclide Production Using the Neutron..., 1989.
Solar and Lunar History from Bombardment Effects in Lunar Samples.
29 9 1970 - 1973.
29 10 1970 - 1975.
29 11 1971 - 1973.
29 12 1972 - 1973.
29 13 Part I, 1972 - 1975.
30 1 Part II, 1972 - 1973.
30 2 1973 - 1974.
30 3 1976 - 1986.
30 4 Special Resource for Biomedical Visual Data Analysis- Xuong, P.I., 1970 - 1975.
Study of Antarctic Ice Using Radionuclides Produced by Cosmic Rays.
30 5 1983 - 1988.
30 6 1985 - 1991.
Study of Continental Weathering Processes and Their Rates Using Cosmic...
30 7 1985.
30 8 1986 - 1988.
31 1-3 Surface Exposure History of Antarctic Mountains During the Pleistocene, 1989 - 1990.
31 4 TBOL-SWT Proposal to JPL for Travel and Telephone Expenses, 1976 - 1977.
31 5 Technical Springboards into the 21st Century, 1984.
31 6 U Series Chronology and Cosmogenic 10 Be and 36 Cl Record of Polar Ice, 1991.
31 7 University Space Engineering Research Center Proposal, 1987 - 1988.
31 8 Waggoner Proposal, 1970 - 1974.
31 9 X-ray and Gamma Ray Fluxes from the Galilean Satellites as a Means of..., 1977 - 1979.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

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31 10 Balloon Flights, 1965 - 1966.
31 11 Be Chemical Procedures, 1957 - 1961.
32 1 Be Counting Sheets, undated.
32 2 Beryllium 7, 1955 - 1956.
32 3 Beryllium 10, 1955 - 1959.
32 4 Box Normalized Functions, undated.
32 5 Calculations for Unpublished "Selenographer's Lexicographer" (1960) Gamma Ray..., 1957 - 1959.
32 6 Celestial Mechanics, 1962.
32 7-8 Computer Generated Maps of Lunar Composition from Gamma Ray Data, 1976 - 1977.
32 9 FB-001-10 Cosmic data.
32 10 Cryostat Requirements and Implementation - Meeting with Richard Pehl, 1976.
32 11 Data Collection System, 1977.
32 12 Detection of I-120 in Meteorites by Activation, 1967.
32 13 Earliest Proposal of a Lunar of Planetary X-ray Mapping Experiment Known to J.A., 1957.
32 14 MC-136-03 EDU Detector Assembly Test Program - Oversize (Map Case), 1976.
32 15 Effect of Lunar Altitude on the Detector Steady State Temperatures, 1976.
32 16 MC-136-04 Flux Photons chart.
32 17 Gamma Ray and X-ray Spectroscopy, 1967.
32 18 Gamma Ray Spectrometer (Bell-Heath).
Gamma Ray Spectrometer.
32 19 Figures, 1976.
32 20 Laboratory notebook.
32 21 Statement of work, 1969.
32 22 Gamma Ray Spectroscopy of the Moon's Surface, 1958.
Gamma Ray - Venus and Mercury (Mariner).
33 1 Managerial correspondence, 1969.
33 2 Scientific and technical correspondence, 1969.
33 3 Gas Reaction Check, undated.
33 4 Greenland Snow - Ice, 1957 - 1958.
33 5 Halley - Extreme models - Gas productions.
33 6 Halley Intercept Mission - Miscellaneous papers, 1980.
33 7 He Atoms, 1956.
33 8 High Energy Astronomy Observatory Experiment - A High Resolution Gamma Ray..., 1970 - 1975.
33 9 J-Mission Lunar Orbital Science Timeline.
33 10 La Jolla Lunar Sample Plans and Notes, 1966 - 1969.
33 11 La Jolla Research Laboratory Sketchbook, 1958.
33 12 Long Lived Isonomers.
33 13 Lunar Orbital Experiments Mission Assignments, undated.
34 1-2 FB-001-11 Lunar Orbiter - Analogue Technology Corporation - Gamma Ray Spectroscopy, 1966 - 1968.
34 3 Lunar Orbiting Gamma Ray Spectrometer.
34 4 Lunar Planning Orbiter, 1973 - 1975.
Lunar Polar Orbiter.
34 5 Gamma Ray Experiment, 1975 - 1976.
34 6 Gamma Ray Spectrometer Spatial Resolution Exercise - Review, 1976.
34 7 Reports, Recommendations, 1974.
34 8 Spectrometer Team, 1976.
34 9 Lunar Research and NASA's Appropriation Bill - Senator Proxmire, 1978.
34 10 Lunar Sample Principal Investigators - General materials, 1969 - 1970.
34 11 Lunar Sample Receiving Laboratory Historical Materials, 1964 - 1965.
34 12 Lutecium 176 and Tantalum 180, 1952.
35 1 Mariner Mars '71 Mission Announcement of Flight Opportunity, 1968.
35 2 Mars - Mariner 7 Photographs, 1969.
35 3 Neutron Capture Gamma Ray Fluxes - Printout sets, 1974.
35 4 Mars Orbiter Systems Design Study Progress Review # 2, 1982.
35 5-6 FB-001-12 Mass Accelerator Spectrometer - Early history, 1979.
35 7-8 FB-001-13 Mesic H+ 2.
35 9 Meteroid Capture into Earth Orbit by Atmospheric Drag, 1982.
Meteorites.
35 10 Meteorite Bulletins - Smithsonian and Meteorite, 1961 - 1971.
35 11 Canon City, 1973.
35 12 Dhajala, 1976.
35 13-14 FB-001-14 Graphs, 1963 - 1963.
35 15 High Al 26 Content, 1974.
35 16 Meteorite Hunt Bulletins, 1968.
35 17 Meteorite Orbit calculations, 1965.
35 18-19 FB-001-15 Research, 1968 - 1987.
35 20 San Juan Capistrano, 1973.
35 21 San Juan Capistrano - Solar Proton Project Meteorite Procurement - Photos, 1973.
Meteorite Scanning Project.
35 22 1981.
36 1 Photos, 1981.
36 2 Meteorites ? Low Level, undated.
36 3-4 FB-001-16 Calculations, 1960 - 1961.
36 5-6 FB-001-17 Cometary Origins, 1962 - 1967.
36 7-8 FB-001-18 Neutron Capture, 1961.
36 9 Orbits, 1965 - 1968.
36 10 Origin, 1962.
36 11 Ross Taylor's Canyon Diablo calculations.
36 12 Meteors - Crossley calculations, 1970 - 1973.
36 13 NASA Space Materials Systems Program, 1980 - 1982.
36 14-17 Office of Naval Research Progress Reports, 1955 - 1959.
37 1-2 Pasadena Observer, 1973 - 1978.
37 3 Pattern of Bombardment - Produced Radionuclides in Rock 10017 and in Lunar Soil, 1970.
37 4 Potential Energy Surfaces Hydro-Molecule Ion.
37 5 MC-136-05 Preliminary Geologic Maps of Marius Hills - Lunar Orbiter, 1968.
Progress Reports.
37 6 Atomic Energy Commission, 1958 - 1959.
37 7 International Geophysical Year, 1957 - 1960.
37 8 Project Fund Report Chemistry Department, 1962 - 1969.
38 1 Propositions, 1946.
38 2 Protocol of the Soviet-American Meeting Concerning Cooperation in the..., 1977 - 1979.
38 3 Radioactive Standards, 1957 - 1967.
38 4-5 Ranger 3,4,5 and Ionium Method, 1956 - 1963.
38 6 Rock Electroloysis.
38 7 Rubidium 87.
38 8-9 FB-001-20 Solar Proton Project - Lal: Bulletins and Letters - Oversize, 1967 - 1968.
38 10 Saint Severin Meteorite Fall, 1966.
38 11 SC Counter K 40, 1954.
38 12 SC Counter Scintillators, 1951 - 1958.
38 13 Scintillation Counter - Fundamental Data, 1952 - 1954.
38 14 Smog, 1954 - 1956.
38 15 Smog - Progress Reports Public Health, 1957 - 1958.
38 16-17 FB-001-21 Smoothed Potential Theory Calculations. Oversize, 1955.
38 18 Sodium 22.
38 19 MC-136-06 'Solar Polar' Space Spectacular Waiting in the Wings - Newspaper clipping, LA Times, 1978.
39 1 Solar Radioactivity, 1956 - 1960.
39 2 Space, 1958.
39 3-5 Space Engineering Research Center - Utilization of Local Planetary Resources, 1990 - 1991.
S.R. and T. Ge [Li] Advanced Detector.
39 6-7 FB-001-22 Designs and calculations, 1969.
39 8 MC-136-07 Gamma Ray drawings.
(S.R. and T.) NaI - Iodine Crystal.
39 9-10 FB-001-23 Scientific, managerial, technical correspondence, 1969.
39 11-12 FB-001-24 Technical drawings - Gamma Ray photos.
39 13 Standard Catalog Regions for K Map - Data charts, 1976.
39 14-15 FB-001-25 Steel Counter Shield, 1956 - 1958.
39 16-17 FB-001-26 Sugarman - Thallium Activities, undated.
40 1 Superconductivity Papers.
40 2 Superfluidity of He-6, 1952.
40 3 Tether Dynamics - Control and Stability, 1990.
40 4 Thesis topics - Meteorites, 1968.
40 5 Transmutations Produced by Cosmic Rays, 1956 - 1959.
40 6 Tritium Counting, 1955 - 1959.
40 7 Underground Experiment, 1960.
40 8-9 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, 1985 - 1991.
40 10 Unmanned Lunar Polar Orbit Project, 1973.
40 11 Viking '79 Orbiter Gamma Ray Spectrometer, 1968 - 1974.
40 12 Water Resources - Current Status of Research, Scripps Institute, 1957.
40 13 X-Ray Efficiency and Self-Absorbtion.
40 14 Miscellaneous unidentified data.

PRE-APOLLO AND APOLLO MISSION RELATED MATERIALS

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Apollo 11.
40 15 Geochemica et Cosmochimica Acta - Rough draft.
41 1-2 MC-136-08 Hsieh Solar Flare Calculations, 1968 - 1969.
41 3 Kinsey Calculations, 1969 - 1969.
41 4 Lal Calculations, 1969 - 1969.
Apollo 12.
41 5 Lunar Receiving Laboratory, 1969 - 1970.
41 6 Lunar Sample Principal Investigators Rock Allocation Plans, 1969 - 1970.
41 7-8 FB-001-27 O'Kelley Report, 1969.
41 9 Apollo 12, 15, 16 - Lunar Regional List, 1977.
Apollo 15.
41 10 Data anomaly study, 1974.
41 11 MC-136-09 Energy Loss Spectrum Ranger III.
41 12-13 MC-136-10 Gamma ray design drawings, 1969.
41 14 Gamma ray - Major proposals, 1969.
41 15 Gamma ray spectrometer, 1971.
41 16-17 MC-136-11 Gamma ray spectrometer data, 1973.
41 18-19 FB-001-28 Gamma ray technical reports submitted by JPL, 1969 - 1970.
41 20 Gamma ray technical reports submitted by UCSD, 1970 - 1971.
41 21 Mission laboratory notebook, 1971.
42 1-2 FB-001-29 Preliminary science report gamma ray spectrometer, 1971 - 1972.
42 3 MC13612 Premission traverses - Hadley Rille.
42 4-5 FB-001-30 Principal investigators correspondence sample request letters, 1971 - 1972.
42 6 Proposed lunar regions, 1973.
42 7 Rock 14310 - Cutting and chipping drawing, 1971 - 1974.
42 8 Apollo 15 and 16 - Lunar gamma ray color maps, 1973.
See also Series 3: Lunar Sample Receiving Laboratory Historical Materials.
42 9 Apollo 15 and 16 - Miscellaneous gamma ray data, 1974 - 1975.
42 10 Apollo 16 - Sample information and descriptions, 1970 - 1970.
42 11-12 FB-001-31 Apollo gamma ray data, 1972 - 1973.
42 13-15 Apollo Geochemistry Petrology Working Group, 1964 - 1967.
43 1-2 Apollo Lunar Orbit Science Program Interface Meeting, 1970.
43 3 Apollo - Miscellaneous data.
43 4-5 Apollo Planning Team - Report & miscellaneous, 1963 - 1964.
43 6 Apollo Site Selection - Apollo 16 and 17, 1971.
43 7 Approved Apollo Principal Investigators - General correspondence, 1966 - 1974.
43 8 Interaction Committee on Back Contamination, 1969 - 1970.
Lunar and Planetary Missions Board.
43 9 1967.
44 1 1968.
44 2 Mars Panel - Mercury Explanation, 1968 - 1971.
44 3 1969 - 1970.
44 4-5 Lunar Receiving Laboratory, 1964 - 1968.
44 6 Lunar Sample Analysis Planning Team, 1969.
44 7 Lunar Sample Requests, 1981 - 1993.
44 8 Lunar Sample Inventory, 1988 - 1993.
44 9 Post Apollo Sample Allocation Plans, 1974.
Lunar Sample Requirements Working Group.
45 1 Container investigators, 1965 - 1967.
45 2-3 MC-136-13 1968 - 1969.
45 4 Container investigators, undated.
45 5 MC-136-14 Moon maps, 1973.
45 6 Space Physics Working Group, 1968.
45 7 Space Science Steering Committee Summary Minutes of Sub Committees, 1966 - 1967.
45 8 Trans-lunar data, from Jack Troumbka, 1971 - 1972.

WRITINGS BY ARNOLD

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46 1 Addition of a Gamma Ray Spectrometer to the Alpha Scattering Experiment..., 1966.
46 2 Adsorption of Gas Mixtures Nitrogen Oxygen on Anatase, 1948 - 1966.
46 3 Age of Craters on Mars, 1965.
46 4 Agglomeration in Early Solar System, 1973.
46 5-7 FB-001-32 Asteroid Families and Jet Streams, 1969.
46 8 Bruderheim Chrondite Research Results, 1961.
46 9 Characteristics and Movement in the Lunar Regolith, 1975.
46 10-12 FB-001-33 Chemistry of the Moon, 1970 - 1972.
46 13 Condensation and Agglomeration of Grains, 1976.
46 14-15 FB-001-34 Cosmic Dust in the Stratosphere, 1968.
46 16 Cosmic Ray Effects in Meteorites.
47 1 Cosmic Ray Produced Radionuclides and Rare Gases Near the Surface of Saint... .., 1968.
47 2-3 FB-002-01 Cosmic Chemistry, 1967 - 1969.
47 4-5 FB-002-02 Cosmogenic and Radiogenic Nuclides: What can we do with a few atoms?, 1988 - 1989.
47 6 Detection of an Interstellar Flux of Gamma Rays - Draft, 1964.
Includes abstract, reprint and typescript "Selenographer's Lexicographer."
47 7 Detection of H20 on the Moon and Mars by Orbital Gamma Ray Spectroscopy, 1976.
47 8 Determination of Lifetime and Mass Influx of Extraterrestrial Dust Using..., 1988.
47 9 Development of a Low Level Scintillation Counter - Final Report, 1956.
47 10 The Discovery of Cosmogenic 7-Be and 10-Be, 1991.
47 11 Domestication of New Crop Species.
47 12 Effects of Bomb Tests on Human Beings, in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1954.
47 13-15 Effects of Cosmic Rays on Meteorites, 1964.
Expected Gamma Ray Emission Spectra from the Lunar Surface as a function...
47 16-17 1971.
48 1-4 FB-002-03 1971 - 1972.
48 5 Negatives, original of figures, glossies, 1972.
48 6 Exposure History of Shergottites, 1985 - 1986.
48 7 The Frontiers in Space, 1978 - 1979.
48 8-10 FB-002-04 Gamma Rays in Space: Ranger III.
48 11 Henson Scheme, 1981.
48 12 Hydrogen-Cobalt Bomb, in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1950.
48 13 Ice in the Lunar Polar Regions, 1977 - 1980.
48 14 In Situ Cosmic Ray Produced 10-Be and 26-Al in Terrestrial Quartz: ..., 1985.
49 1 In-Situ Cosmogenic 14-C and 10-Be for Determining the Net Accumulation and..., 1985 - 1986.
49 2-5 FB-002-05 Interaction of Solar and Galactic Cosmic Ray Particles with the Moon.
49 6-7 FB-002-06 Lanzeratti, Reedy and Arnold - Figures and negatives, 1972.
49 8 Libby, Willard F. - Memorial with biographical materials, 1979 - 1990.
49 9 Low-Level Counting System.
49 10 Meteorites as Small Bodies Origin, 1962 - 1963.
Meteorites as Small Bodies, II and III.
49 11-12 FB-002-07 Figures and slide negatives, 1963.
49 13 Paper as submitted to journal, 1964 - 1965.
50 1-2 FB-002-08 Rough draft.
50 3-4 FB-002-09 Meteorites as Small Objects - Work, graphs, etc.
50 5 Meteorites from the Moon.
50 6 Microcrystalline and Amorphous Materials for Space Applications Prepared from..., 1987.
A Monte Carlo Model for the Gardening of the Lunar Regolith.
50 7-8 FB-002-10 1973 - 1975.
50 9 Transparencies, 1974.
50 10-11 Pattern of Bombardment- Produced Radionuclides in Rock 10017 and in Lunar Soil, 1970.
50 12 Perturbed Coulomb Potential.
50 13 Planetary Missions: Can We Settle the Origin of SNC's?, 1988.
51 1 Preliminary Science Report Gamma Ray Spectrometer Experiment, 1972.
51 2 Prospects and Problems of Space Industrialization, 1987.
51 3 Radioactive Species Produced by Cosmic Rays, 1968.
51 4-5 FB-002-11 Radioactivity of the Lunar Surface: Preliminary Results of the Apollo 15 and 16, 1972.
51 6 The Ranger Gamma Ray Spectrometer, 1960.
Record of Cosmic Ray Intensity in the Meteorites.
51 7-8 FB-002-12 1960 - 1961.
51 9-10 FB-002-13 1961.
51 11 Report on the Question of Biological Materials in Carbonaceous Chondrites, 1965.
51 12 Selenographer's Lexicographer, 1959.
51 13 A Sensitive Continuum Analysis Method for Gamma Ray Spectra, 1992.
51 14 Significance of Contributions of S.A. Korff to the Field of Cosmogenic Nuclides, 1991.
51 15 Some Correlations Between Measurements by the Apollo Gamma-Ray Spectrometer..., 1973.
52 1 Some New Scintillation Phosphors - Paper and correspondence, 1954 - 1955.
52 2 "Space Flight: Manned Versus Unmanned" - Published in Science, 1986.
52 3 Start on 30-Year Plan (homework), 1981.
52 4 Studies of Natural and Induced Radioactivities - Final Report, 1961.
52 5 Szilard Memorial.
52 6-8 MC-136-15 Thermal Diffusion Column, including design drawings, 1947.
52 9 Thinking of Surface Exposure of Quartz, 1990.
52 10 Tracing Quartz through the Environment, 1985.
Urey, Harold Clayton.
52 11 Memorial, 1979 - 1981.
52 12 Typescripts with Arnold, Hutchison and Biegeleisen, 1991 - 1993.

COMMITTEES

Miscellaneous

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Comet Science Working Group.
52 13 1977 - 1979.
53 1-4 1978 - 1979.
53 5 1979 - 1980.
53 6 "A Strategy for the Space Exploration of Comets", 1978.
53 7 Halley Intercept Mission, 1980.
53 8 Papers on Cometary Dust, 1978.
53 9 Rough draft - Part I, 1979.
54 1 Rough draft report - Part I, 1979.
54 2-3 Rough draft & report - Part II, 1979.
54 4 Statements and reports, 1979 - 1980.
COMPLEX [Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration ].
54 5 Comet Asteroid Report, 1979.
54 6 Galileo Project Presentations, 1978 - 1979.
54 7-10 Miscellaneous, 1978 - 1979.
55 1 Miscellaneous, 1979 - 1980.
55 2 Paper on Comets, 1979.
55 3 Planetary Five Year Plan, 1979.
55 4 Presentations, 1980.
55 5 Presentations by John Niehoff, 1979 - 1980.
55 6-7 Report on Primitive Bodies, 1980.
55 8 Responses to Previous Years Projects, 1980.
55 9 Special Study on Minor Body Investigations, 1978.
56 1 Strategy for Exploration of Primitive Solar System Bodies - Report, 1969.
56 2 Strategy for the Exploration of Primitive Solar System..., 1979.
56 3 Strategy in Exploration of Primitive Bodies - Rough draft paper, 1979.
56 4 Summer Study on Strategy for Exploration of Primitive Bodies - Working document, 1978.
56 5 Federation of American Scientists, 1966.
56 6 Geochemistry - Petrology Working Group - Final Report, 1965.
56 7-8 Group for Lunar Exploration Planning, 1967 - 1968.
57 1-2 Group for Lunar Exploration Planning, 1968 - 1969.
57 3 Instrumentation Working Group, 1983.
57 4 Joint Graduate Board, 1969 - 1979.
57 5 Lunar Exploration Science Working Group - Committee List, 1992.
57 6 Lunar Exploration Working Group - Members List, 1992.
57 7-8 Lunar Sample Analysis Planning Team, 1968 - 1969.
57 9 Mariner Venus and Mercury - Gamma Ray Spectroscopy Team, Minutes, 1969 - 1970.
57 10 Mars Observer Gamma Ray Spectrometer - Committee List, 1992.
Mars Science Working Group.
57 11-14 1977 - 1984.
58 1-4 1977 - 1984.
58 5 The First Planetary Observer, 1982 - 1983.
58 6 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter, 1983.
58 7 Mars Aerospace Geospace Orbiter Meeting, 1978.
58 8-9 Mars Report - Draft, 1977.
58 10 Mars Sample Return Preproject Study, 1978.
58 11 Meetings, 1974 - 1977.
59 1 Meetings, 1977.
59 2 MGO Task 3 - Final Report, 1978.
59 3 Spacecraft Definition Study, 1978.
59 4 Meteoritical Society Membership Directory, 1990.
59 5 NASA Advisory Group Membership List, 1989.
59 6 NASA Space Engineering Research Center Committee, 1992.
59 7 National Academy of Sciences - Committee on Science and Public Policy, 1973 - 1974.
59 8 Nuclear Geochemistry Group, 1955.
59 9 Planetary Society - Award Selection Committee, 1989.
Restrictions Apply
59 10 Science Working Panel - Minutes, 1970.
59 11 Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Executive Council Directorate Org., 1989.
59 12 Solar System Exploration Committee, 1981 - 1983.
59 13 Solar System Exploration Management Council - Address List, 1989.
59 14 Solar System Exploration Subcommittee - Abstracts, 1992.
59 15 Space Engineering Research Center - First Annual Symposium of the Indigenous..., 1991.
60 1 Space Operation Center, 1981 - 1982.
Assessment, Briefing and Presentation
60 2 Space Science Working Group - Address rosters, 1990.
60 3-7 Space Station Task Force, 1978 - 1982.
60 8 Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space, Committee on Commerce, Science..., 1980.

NASA Type

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60 9 Civil Missions Advisory Group, 1982 - 1984.
Comet Nucleus Penetrator.
60 10 Volume 1: Investigation and Technical Plan, 1985.
60 11 Volume 2: Management and Cost Plan, 1985.
61 1 CNP Team, 1985.
61 2 Gamma Ray Spectrometer, 1984 - 1985.
61 3-4 FB-002-14 Gamma Ray Spectrometer X-Ray Spectrometer Science Team, 1984 - 1985.
61 5-6 MC-136-16 Lunar Sample Preliminary Examination Team, 1967 - 1969.
61 7 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Project.
61 8 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Science Working Group, 1981 - 1982.
62 1 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Project, 1983.
62 2-5 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Science Working Group, 1983 - 1984.
62 6 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Project, 1984.
63 1-2 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Project, 1984 - 1985.
63 3-5 FB-002-15 Mars Geoscience Climatology Orbiter Science Working Group.
63 6 Solar System Exploration Committee, 1980 - 1983.
63 7 X Ray Spectrometer Proposal, 1984 - 1985.
63 8-9 FB-002-16 X-Ray Spectrum Transparencies - Oversize, 1984.
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63 10 Academic Freedom Committee, 1967 - 1968.
63 11 Academic Personnel Search Committee John Dove Isaacs Chair in Natural Philosophy, 1989.
63 12 Building Advisory Committee - Third College, 1968 - 1969.
63 13 Committee on Committees, 1966 - 1967.
64 1 Committee on the Development of a Dental School and Other Health Related..., 1974.
64 2-3 Committee on Educational Policy, 1969.
64 4-8 Committee on University Community Planning, 1974 - 1976.
64 9 Dental School Development Committee, 1965 - 1966.
64 10 Earth Science Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1967 - 1968.
65 1 Inactive or Dissolved Committees, 1966 - 1967.
65 2 Interdisciplinary Committee in Geochemistry, 1965.
65 3 La Jolla's New University: Olympus on a Mesa from Harper's Magazine, 1966.
65 4 Low-Level Counting Facility, 1965 - 1968.
65 5 Opportunities for Underprivileged High School Students, 1965 - 1966.
65 6 Presidents Advisory Committee on Medical and Health Sciences, 1960.
65 7 Privilege and Tenure Committee, 1969.
65 8 Radiation Safety Committee Drafts for Medical Radiation and License..., 1966 - 1968.
65 9 Scripps Institution: Global Change- Search Committee, 1989 - 1990.
65 10 Special Committee to Examine the Operations of the Academic Senate, 1965 - 1966.
65 11 State Legislative Academic Senate, 1963 - 1965.
65 12 Student Affairs Committee Revelle College, 1967 - 1968.
65 13 Revelle College Physical Science Committee, 1966 - 1967.
65 14 Transportation Task Force, 1975.
65 15 UCSD Campus Committee - Computing plan, 1971 - 1979.
65 16-17 Urban Crisis Program - Chancellors Administrative Committee, 1968 - 1969.
66 1 Veterinary Medicine School Committee, 1966.
66 2 Zinner Committee Report, 1976 - 1977.

CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS

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66 3-4 FB-002-17 American Geophysical Union - Spring Meeting, 1990 - 1991.
66 5 Earth and Space Sciences Conference, 1978.
66 6 Flagstaff Meeting - View Graphs Originals - Chemical Maps, 1975.
66 7 Gordon Research Conference - Origins of Solar Systems, 1991.
66 8 La Jolla Summer Workshop on Near-Earth Resources, 1977.
66 9 Lunar Analysis and Synthesis Meeting, 1974.
Lunar Science Conference.
66 10 1972.
66 11 5th and 6th - Papers, 1974.
66 12 7th - Potassium Concentration Map Frontispiece, 1976.
66 13 8th - La Jolla Geochemical Consortium, 1972 - 1977.
66 14 NASA Summer Conference on Lunar Exploration and Science, 1967.
66 15 New Research Methods in Hydrology - Scripps Institution, 1958.
66 16 Ninth Lunar & Planetary Science Conference, 1977 - 1978.
66 17-18 FB-002-18 Princeton University Conference - Lunar Resource Surveys from Orbit, 1977.
67 1 Protostars and Planets Conference, 1977 - 1978.
67 2 Radiocarbon Dating with Accelerators, 1978.
67 3 Recent Research in Climatology Conference, 1957.
67 4 Solar System Exploration Subcommittee Strategic Planning Workshop, 1989.
67 5 Soviet American Conference on the Geochemistry of the Moon and Planets - Paper, 1974.
67 6 Workshop on Utilization of the External Tanks of the Space Transportation System, 1982.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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67 7 Chemical Concepts course handouts, Princeton University, 1951 - 1958.
67 8 Chemistry examinations, University of Chicago, 1949 - 1958.
67 9 Course outlines, 1966.
67 10 Frontiers of Science - Economic Development Course, 1966 - 1972.
67 11 Frontiers of Science III - Lecture notes and exams, 1974 - 1976.
67 12 Lunar Science Institute Summer Intern Program, 1978.

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS AND AWARDS

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67 13 Oral history - James R. Arnold: Nuclear Chemistry at Princeton, Chicago, and San Diego, 1982.
67 14 Biographical materials - Newspaper clippings, awards, memorabilia, 1958 - 1983.
67 15 Harold Clayton Urey Chair - Appointment of Arnold, 1981 - 1991.
67 16 FB-002-19 Indian National Science Academy, 1982.
67 17 International Aerospace Hall of Fame, 1988 - 1990.
68 1 FB-002-20 Internationalis Astronautica Academia, 1980.
68 2 FB-002-21 Internationalis Astronautica Academia MCMLX, 1986.
68 3 MC-136-17 Miscellaneous unidentified.
This folder includes: Black-and-White Photo of Lunar Rock; Color Print Moon Map; Watercolor sign/note to Arnold; Sketchbook filled with diagrams and equations; Large cardboard sheet (from lab bench ?) filled with equations on oceanic basalt.

WRITINGS BY OTHERS

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68 4 Friedmann, E. Imre - Radiocarbon Dating of Open Systems with..., 1986.
68 5 Lord, Harry - Molecular Equilibria and Condensations in Nebulae and Cool..., 1964.
68 6 Nishiizumi, Kunihuko - Cosmic Ray Produced 53-Mn in Thirty-One Meteorites, 1978.
68 7 Paine, Thomas O. - The Global Implications of Space, and interview, 1981.
68 8 Stern, S. Alan - Geology, Atmospheric Science and Volatiles, 1992.
Also includes NASA publication "The Gamma Ray Observatory as a Guest Investigator Facility."

AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS

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68 9 Joseph E. Mayer Memorial - Cassette tape, 1983.
Restrictions Apply
68 10 FB-003-01 Darey Medal, Geological Society of America - Urey Medal Speech - Reel to reel tape, 1969.
Restrictions Apply
68 11 FB-003-02 Acid Base Titration by Dr. James Arnold. Chemistry - Video cassette tape.
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68 12 FB-003-03 Formation of Complex Ions - Chemistry. By James Arnold - Video cassette tape.
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68 13 FB-003-04 Future Energy Sources. Chemistry - James Arnold - Video cassette tape.
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68 14 FB-003-05 Gas Experiment. Part I: 0-76; Part II: 94-166. 2/1 Vol. Exp. 1 184-327. James Arnold - Video cassette tape.
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68 15 FB-003-06 Halogens and Alkali Metals with James Arnold - Video cassette tape, 1976.
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68 16 FB-004-01 Overhead projector transparencies - Video cassette tape.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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68 17 Box 1-21.
68 18 Box 22-32.
68 19 Box 37.
68 20 Box 37-41.
68 21 Box 41.
68 22 Box 41-46.
68 23 Box 46.
68 24 Box 47-71.

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MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

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69 1 Asteroid 2143jimarnold - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and a commemorative plaque, 1980.
69 2 Awards and certificates, 1968 - 1996.
69 3 Biographical material, 1973.
69 4 Germanium Gamma-Ray Detector.
69 5 Lunar Polar Orbiter...to Map Another World - NASA pamphlet, 1977.
69 6 Lunar Receiving Laboratory: MSC Building 37 - Facility description, 1968.
69 7 Lunar Receiving Laboratory: MSC Building 36 - Information brochure, 1969.
69 8 Meteorites in Antarctica - Graphs using Nishizumi's measurements of the terrestrial age of meteorites found in the Allan Hills, undated.
69 9 National Academy of Sciences - Congratulatory telegrams on Arnold's election to the Academy, 1964.
69 10-12 Newspaper clippings, 1966 - 1997.
69 13 Senatorial Support for the Apollo Space Program, 1970.
69 14 Space Grant Review Panel, May 20, 1992.

CORRESPONDENCE

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69 15 A - Miscellaneous.
69 16 Aldrin, Buzz, 1984.
69 17 B - Miscellaneous.
69 18 C - Miscellaneous.
69 19 F - Miscellaneous.
69 20 G - Miscellaneous.
69 21 H - Miscellaneous.
69 22 I - Miscellaneous.
69 23 J - Miscellaneous.
69 24 K - Miscellaneous.
69 25 Lapp, Ralph, 1958 - 1959.
69 26 M - Miscellaneous.
69 27 Meteoritical Society - Ursula Martin, President, 1976.
69 28 N - Miscellaneous.
69 29 P - Miscellaneous.
69 30 R - Miscellaneous.
69 31 Revelle, Roger, 1970.
69 32 Ride, Sally, 1989.
69 33 Szilard, Gertrude, 1962 - 1963.
69 34 T - Miscellaneous.
69 35 United World Federalists, Inc. - C.M. Stanley, President, 1955 - 1956.
69 36 University of California, 1993.
69 37 Yamazaki, Ryoko.

WRITINGS AND TALKS

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69 38 Cost Is the Barrier to Space: Great Increase in Useful Activities Would Accompany Savings, 1986.
69 39 Early History of the UCSD Chemistry Department - Typescript, undated.
69 40 Indian Problems and Plans - Typescript, January 27, 1966.
69 41 Space Is Out There Waiting for Us to Try New Ideas, 1983.
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69 42 Acceptance address, Award of the Leonard Medal of the Meteoritical Society - Given at the 39th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, October 18-21, 1976.
69 43 Carbon 14 Talk, Arrowhead, [California], June, 1990.
69 44 Cosmic-Ray-Produced Radioactivity in Solar System Materials - Presented at the Arkansas Space Grant Lecture in Cosmochemistry, University of Arkansas. Announcement only, 1992.
69 45 Faculty, Their Work and Their Views - Presented at the Torrey Pines Kiwanis Club Lecture Series, February 25, 1969.
69 46 Sigma Xi National Lectures, 1979 - 1980.
69 47 Study of Soil - On Moon and Earth. Synopsis - Given at the Bombay Association for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, 1973.
69 48 Sydney Chapman Memorial Lecture, 1991.
69 49 Talk at Tether Conference, Venice, Italy, October 15-17, 1985.
Includes micro audio cassette tape recording.

PHOTOGRAPHS

James Arnold and Others

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70 1 Group photographs, ca. 1950s-1990s.
70 2 Group photographs and Arnold in laboratory, ca. 1950s-1990s.

Research Projects, Missions and Equipment

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Scientific Ballooning Experiments - Slides.
70 3 UCSD 29P. Launch and Recovery, 1963 - 1964.
70 4 UCSD 64P. MII Launch and Recovery and MII Collector, 1964.
70 5 UCSD 118P and 119P. MIII Collector and Si Reel, 1965.
70 6 UCSD 136P, 156P and 157P. MIII and Reel Tests, 1965.
70 7 UCSD 142P, 158P and 192P. Parkin's Reel Test, 1965 - 1967.
70 8 Fong-Arnold Reel Test - Three minute, 16mm film showing a test of the equipment used for stratospheric collections, June 8, 1966.
70 9 Balloon Flites 219, 220, 224 - Slides, April - June 1966.
70 10 Balloon Flites UCSD 336P (Free-Fall) and 339P (Successful Line and Reel Test) - Slides, August 1967.
70 11 NCAR Base and Hoffman's Flite - Slides, August 1967.
71 1 Apollo 11 - Slides, 1969 - 1970.
71 2 Apollo 11-15, 1969 - 1971.
71 3 Apollo 14. Rock 14321 - Slides, April-May 1971.
71 4 Apollo 15 and 16. Gamma Ray Maps and Counts from the Orbital Survey Spectrometer - Slides, 1971 - 1973.
71 5 FB31702 Apollo 15 or 16. Gamma Ray Spectrometer - Black-and-white prints and negatives, 1971 - 1973.
71 6 Moon rock samples [?] - Slides, 1973.
71 7 Four mounted sheets of slides from the Apollo period - Slides, 1974.
71 8 Magnetic Field (Gammas) - Slides, December 1974.
71 9 Venus Orbiting Imaging Radar (VOIR) Project, Magellan Mission - Slides, 1979 - 1982.
71 10 Laboratory, equipment and people - Slides, 1981.

Miscellaneous

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71 11 Hartman, William K. - Four color slides of Mars exploration, Drexler solar sail, asteroid, and comet nucleus, 1979 - 1980.
Lunar and Planetary Institute.
71 12 A Spacecraft Tour of the Solar System. Pamphlet and set of 40 slides, undated.
71 13 Stones, Wind, and Ice: A Guide to Martian Impact Craters. Pamphlet and set of 30 color slides, undated.
71 14 Terrestrial Impact Craters. Pamphlet and set of 26 color slides, undated.
71 15 Volcanoes on Mars. Pamphlet and set of 20 slides.
71 16 The WInds of Mars: Aeolian Activity and Landforms. Pamphlet and set of 30 slides, undated.
71 17 Miscellaneous slides - NASA, ca. 1980s-1990s.
71 18 Miscellaneous slides - Talks, ca. 1970s-1990s.
71 19 Regis Lee's birthday party, ca. 1998.
71 20 University of California, San Diego, First Graduation Exercise, 1967.
71 21 Varenna slides - Prepared for a talk given at the Italian Physical Society Summer School, Varenna, Italy, 1978.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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72 1 General, 1970-2001.
72 2 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1970-1973.
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72 3 Davis, Philip, 1995.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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Space Science and Engineering.
72 4 Handouts, 1992-1996.
72 5 Viewgraphs, 1993-2000.
72 6 Homework solutions, 1996.
72 7 Telescopes, Cameras, Gratings, 1996.
72 8 Sample Return Mission, undated.
72 9 Asteroids, 1998.
72 10 Class Mission Project, 1999.
72 11 Eros, ca. 2001.
72 12 Gappendix file, undated.
72 13 Lunar Exploration, 1980-2001.
72 14 Lunar Talk, High School, ca. 1999.
72 15 Moon Talk, 2001.
72 16 Near Earth Objects, undated.
72 17 Orbital Mechanics, 2000.
72 18 Our Moon, undated.
72 19 Planets Elsewhere, 2000.
72 20 Space from Earth, 1995-2000.
72 21 Space Instrumentation, undated.
72 22 Space Missions talk, 1996.
72 23 Miscellaneous, 1992-2000.
72 24 Miscellaneous notes, 1996-2000.

WRITINGS & RESEARCH

General Writings

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72 25 Earth from Space III: Weather and Climate, 1995.
72 26 Physics of Space Plasmas, 1995.
72 27 Ice Near the Lunar Poles - A Current Appraisal, undated.
Space Science.
72 28 Draft III, 1996.
73 1 Chapter 1 - Setting the Stage: First Steps, 1999.
73 2 Chapter 3 - Magnetic Fields, Trapping, Earth's Magnetosphere and Magnetotail, 1995.
73 3 Chapter 7 - The Electromagnetic Spectrum, undated.
73 4 Chapter 8 - Observing Space from Earth I. Visible and Extended Visible, 2000.
73 5 Chapter 10 - Earth from Space I: The Extended Visible & Thermal IR, 2000.
73 6 Chapter 11 - Image Processing, 2000.
73 7 Chapter 12 - Earth from Space II: Radio Region, Especially Radar, 2000.
73 8 Chapter 14 - Space from Space I: Observing in Far IR, EUV, X-Ray, Gamma Ray, 2000.
73 9 Chapter 15 - Space from Space II: other Space Experiments, 2000.
73 10 Chapter 16 - Famous Last Words: The State of Space, 2000.
Miscellaneous reprints.
73 11 1946-1965.
73 12 1969-1998 & undated.

Laboratory Notebooks

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73 13 Anderson, Maurice. High Altitude Lab at Echo Lake, 1959-1960.
Arnold, James.
73 14 Absorption of Gas Mixtures, 1947.
73 15 Diffusion Column, 1949-1951.
73 16 Research, 1950-1952.
73 17 Research II, Scintillation counter, 1952.
73 18 Research III, Scintillation counting, 1952.
73 19 Scintillation counter IV, 1952-1953.
73 20 7Be in rain, 1953-1954.
74 1 C14, Be7, & Be10, 1954.
74 2 Untitled notebook, 1954-1955.
74 3 Research I, 1955-1958.
74 4 Scripps, 1957.
74 5 Museum Register, 1957.
74 6 Princeton Research II, 1958.
74 7 Science History, 1960-1969.
74 8 Lunar Sample Calculations, 1970.
75 1 Canberra notebook, 1984-1985.
Merrill, John R.
75 2 Notebooks #1 & #2, 1956-1957.
75 3 Notebooks #3 & #4, 1957-1958.
75 4 Robinson, L.B. Untitled notebook, 1948.
75 5 Unidentified author. Cosmic Dust, 1984-1988.
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76 Vault Radiation counter, 1949.


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