Restrictions

Document contained in Box 39, Folder 12 is restricted because of its fragility; researchers must use the photocopy substitute. Photographs of Channel swimmers located in Box 49, Folder 4 are deemed medical records and are restricted accordingly.

Abstract

The papers of L.G.C.E. Pugh, a British physiologist and mountaineer who combined field and laboratory research in pioneering work in modern high-altitude physiology and sports medicine. Pugh conducted studies on the impact of the environment on human physiology and performance during the 1952 British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Cho Oyu, the 1953 British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Everest, the 1960-1961 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition to Mt. Everest, and the 1957-1958 Trans-Antarctic Expedition. His research interests were altitude, temperature and exertion. The data he obtained on Mt. Cho Oyu demonstrated the importance of adequate hydration and oxygen, findings that were crucial to the first successful climb of Mt. Everest in 1953. Pugh was the lead scientist on that expedition, and, with Edmund Hillary, he co-led the 1960-1961 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, ("Silver Hut'), which spent five months at 19,000 ft. or higher on Mt. Everest. Pugh also studied distance swimmers and runners and took part in the evaluation and training of athletes for the 1968 Olympic Games. The collection contains Pugh's expedition and laboratory research files with notes, calculations and graphs documenting his experiments with mountain climbers, swimmers, runners and his work on respiration for polio patients; correspondence, much of it related to his research; reprints and drafts of journal articles, reports and unpublished writings; information on laboratory equipment and techniques, and photographic material documenting expeditions and experiments. The papers are arranged in twelve series: 1) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL; 2) GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE; 3) WRITINGS BY PUGH; 4) EXPEDITIONS; 5) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1940-1949; 6) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1950-1959; 7) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1960-1969; 8) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1970-1979; 9) LABORATORY APPARATUS, CALIBRATIONS AND TECHNIQUES; 10) CONFERENCES, LECTURES AND SYMPOSIA, 11) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, and 12) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

Biography

Lewis Griffith Cresswell Evans Pugh was born on October 19, 1909, in Shrewsbury, England. He studied medicine at Oxford University and obtained his medical degree in 1939. At the start of World War II he joined the British Army as a medical officer and in 1943 was sent to the Mountain Warfare Training Centre to select, train and evaluate the fitness of ski troops at a school for mountain warfare in Lebanon. There he began a career of research into the physiological effects of altitude, temperature and exertion.

At the end of the war Pugh was in Belgium carrying out research in rheumatology, which he concluded in England at the British Postgraduate Medical School, London.

He then began cardiovascular research but was interrupted in 1947 by an invitation from the British Navy to accompany a voyage to the Arctic. This expedition brought him back to field physiology and the study of responses to cold. In 1950 Pugh joined the Medical Research Council's new Division in Human Physiology, set up to study the effects of extreme environments. He continued his research on cold and carried out groundbreaking work in determining the thermal conductivity of human tissue and the role of subcutaneous fat in tolerance to cold water immersion.

Pugh went on four more expeditions during his career, three to the Himalayas (Mt. Cho Oyu, 1952, Mt. Everest, 1953, and the Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition 1960-1961), and the 1957 Trans-Antarctic Expedition. The data he collected from the Cho Oyu climbers indicated that adequate hydration and nutrition were important factors, and that the oxygen equipment and clothing used by earlier expeditions had not been optimally designed. His work on hydration, nutrition, oxygen flow rates and protective clothing solved many of the problems of high altitude activity and contributed to the success of the 1953 British expedition to Mt. Everest. Pugh had helped plan and outfit the expedition, participated as the lead scientist and physician and became part of the group of scientists- Bruno Balke, R.B. and T.B. Bourdillon, David Bruce Dill, Charles Houston, Ulrich Luft, Nello Pace, Michael Ward, John West- that established modern high altitude physiology.

In 1957 Pugh took part, with Nello Pace, in the first Trans-Antarctic Expedition, visiting Scott Base and the South Pole. He studied cold stress and the effects of solar radiation on humans and the adaptive mechanisms of seals. In 1960, he headed the scientific team on the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, led by Edmund Hillary. This expedition became known as the Silver Hut Expedition, named for the laboratory set up on the Ming Bo glacier at 19,000 ft. Researchers spent five months investigating the physiology of exertion and levels of respiratory oxygen.

When not on expeditions, Pugh conducted laboratory research at the Medical Research Council's Human Physiology Division. In 1954 the Council appointed Pugh to study respiratory failure and the use of respirators in cases of poliomyelitis. He set up the Laboratory for Field Physiology at the National Hospital in London, where he also carried out research in carbon monoxide poisoning.

In 1964 the deaths of four hikers from exposure led to Pugh's continuing his research into the effects of cold. In a series of field and laboratory experiments, he demonstrated that the combined cooling effects of wind and wet clothing could quickly lead to hypothermia even when the temperature was above freezing. The next year, the British Olympic Committee asked Pugh to head a research group to study the effects of altitude on athletes in preparation for the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, located above 7,000 ft. Pugh also found that distance runners were subject to heat stress. For the rest of the decade, and into the 1970s, Pugh designed and conducted experiments with athletes as subjects, and closed his career with studies using infra-red thermography to learn how athletes regulate body temperature.

Pugh died on December 22, 1994.

Sources: THE TIMES (London), January 7, 1995; HYPOXIA SYMPOSIUM, J.R. Sutton, et al., eds., 1993; West, J., HIGH LIFE: A HISTORY OF HIGH-ALTITUDE PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE, 1998.

Scope and Content

The papers of L.G.C.E. Pugh document his scientific career and his participation in the 1952 British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Cho Oyu, the 1953 British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Everest, the 1957-1958 Trans-Antarctic Expedition, and the 1960-1961 British Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition. The collection contains administrative and organizational reports, correspondence, draft writings and reprints, research and expedition notes, calculations and data, photographic material, manufacturers' brochures and catalogs of equipment used in the laboratory and the field. The bulk of the collection documents Pugh's research. The papers span the period 1940-1986, occupy 43 linear feet and are arranged in twelve series: 1) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL; 2) CORRESPONDENCE; 3) WRITINGS BY PUGH; 4) EXPEDITIONS; 5) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1940-1949; 6) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1950-1959; 7) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1960-1969; 8) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1970-1979; 9) LABORATORY APPARATUS, CALIBRATIONS, TECHNIQUES; 10) CONFERENCES, LECTURES AND SYMPOSIA; 11) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, and 12) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL is arranged in two subseries: A) General and B) Appointment Calendars.

A) General. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by topic and contains Pugh's summaries of his career, annual reports (1956-1974) of the Laboratory for Field Physiology, and meeting minutes (1956-1958) of the Medical Research Council's scientific staff. It also includes a file of newspaper reports that refer to Pugh's work on cases of hypothermia and photographs of Pugh in formal and informal settings.

B) Appointment Calendars. Pugh's desk calendars, which he called "planners," track his appointments for an eighteen year period between 1950 and 1973. They were used mainly for scheduling his speaking, travel and social engagements, but the second part of the 1958 diary has long entries made during his participation in the Trans-Antarctic expedition that year.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series, arranged alphabetically by correspondent, contains letters from members of the high altitude physiology community including David B. Dill, Ulrich Luft, Nello Pace, Michael P. Ward, and John B. West. Also included are letters from professional organizations, sports clubs, journals, and expedition planners. Pugh also kept correspondence in his expedition and research files.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS BY PUGH

The WRITINGS series begins with chronological lists of Pugh's publications and contains almost all of his published and unpublished works. Most of the published works are journal articles that summarize the results of his experimental physiology studies and are often in multiple drafts accompanied by research notes, data, reference material, and copies of previous work. Also included are articles describing his experiences and research on expeditions. There are chapters Pugh contributed to physiology textbooks and reports he wrote as a medical officer during World War II filed under "Mountain Warfare Training Centre." Pugh's work in physiological measurement often provided the first instance of baseline data, e.g., "Thermal Conductivity of Human Fat and Muscle." His "Report on Scientific Work in Connection with the Mount Everest Expedition in 1953," incorporating his findings from the Mt. Cho Oyu expedition research, was the foundation for the success of the British expedition in 1953.

SERIES 4: EXPEDITIONS

The EXPEDITIONS series documents Pugh's participation in three major mountaineering expeditions, an Antarctic expedition and several miscellaneous expeditions and is arranged in five subseries: A) British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Cho Oyu, 1952; B) British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Everest, 1953; C) Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1957-1958; D) Silver Hut, 1960-1961; and E) Miscellaneous Expeditions Material, 1947-1959. Each subseries is arranged alphabetically by topic.

A) British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Cho Oyu, 1952. Expedition leader Eric Shipton asked Pugh to to serve as physician and physiologist for this reconnaissance expedition for the planned 1953 Everest attempt. Pugh was to test oxygen units and other equipment and determine the most efficient oxygen flow rate to improve climbers' performance. Pugh subjected expedition members and their equipment to intensive evaluation. Data analysis indicated that adequate hydration and nutrition were important factors and that the oxygen equipment and protective clothing used by earlier expeditions had not been optimally designed. This subseries contains Pugh's letters to Shipton, his expedition diary and notebooks with field data and information he gathered on equipment and rations used by previous expeditions. It also includes photographs of mountain terrain and villages, climbing equipment, expedition members and local people.

B) British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Everest, 1953. Pugh was the "lead scientist" on the first expedition to reach the summit, again in a dual role as researcher and physician. This subseries contains correspondence among expedition members Charles Evans, Edmund Hillary, John Hunt and others, an expedition diary Pugh kept during the climb, research notes and data, questionnaires on food and equipment completed by expedition members, lists and descriptions of equipment. It includes photographs of expedition members, campsites, local people, equipment, and terrain.

C) Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1957-1958. Pugh accompanied this expedition to study the effects of low temperatures, the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning and to evaluate equipment. Polar expeditions arrived in the summer, spent the winter doing research and were picked up the following summer. While in Antarctica Pugh and Edmund Hillary thought about the possibility of adapting this type of schedule for a Himalayan expedition. This subseries contains correspondence, research data, notes and information about equipment, and photographs See also SERIES 1B: Appointment Calendar 1958 and SERIES 7P.

D) Silver Hut Expedition, 1960-1961.

Pugh and Hillary used the polar expedition model for this expedition, formally called the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedion, and set up a research laboratory, the "Silver Hut," at 19,000 feet. The subseries contains the plan for the expedition, the legal agreement with its sponsor, correspondence among expedition members Edmund Hillary, J.S. Milledge, John West and others, and blueprints for the Silver Hut laboratory. Also included are descriptions of the scientific program, EKGs for expedition members, questionnaires they completed after the expedition, photographs, minutes of a meeting held by the scientific team, equipment lists and descriptions and financial records. See also SERIES 7G and 7H.

E) Miscellaneous Expedition Material, 1947-1971. Pugh's earliest expedition, after his wartime assignments, was with the Royal Naval Expedition to the Arctic in 1947. This subseries contains Pugh's research notes from that expedition, as well as correspondence and miscellaneous material from other expeditions he was consulted about or that interested him.

ARRANGEMENT OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES SERIES

Throughout his career, Pugh emphasized the importance of field work. He would identify and define problems in the laboratory, work toward solutions in the field and return to the laboratory to analyze field data and design follow-up experiments. His approach, influenced by his war experiences and the focus of the Medical Research Council's environmental program, was to examine the effects of extremes: high altitude, low temperature, and elite athletes. He also developed practical applications of his findings, preparing guidelines and designing equipment for survival in harsh conditions.

Pugh's physiology research files reflect his approach and methods and are arranged in four series of PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, arranged by decade. Individual projects and experiments are arranged alphabetically in subseries within the series in which they begin. For the most part, the subseries folders retain Pugh's original file headings.

SERIES 5: PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1940-1949.

A) Channel Swimming. From the late 1940s through the mid-1950s Pugh conducted a series of experiments on long distance swimmers attempting to cross the English Channel. The experimental protocols measured body type, specific gravity, subcutaneous fat, cold tolerance, and diet. His findings indicated that body build and fat played an important role in a swimmer's success. Included are data notebooks, protocols, graphs, maps, and correspondence.

B) Lung Volume. The subject of oxygen transport was central to Pugh's interest in the effects of the environment and exertion upon performance. This subseries contains experimental data that spans a decade of his measurements of lung capacity, dead space and the analysis of gases in expired air.

C) Mountain Warfare Training Centre. In 1942 Pugh was assigned to the Ski Wing of this training center located in Lebanon at over 6,000 ft. He was responsible for designing procedures and writing reports on the selection, training, testing, and maintenance of mountain warfare troops. This subseries contains data on prospective trainees gathered at different points during the selection and training process, reference material, notes, and memoranda on rations, clothing, equipment, navigation, and survival in cold and snow. See also SERIES 3: Mountain Warfare Training Centre.

D) Polish Refugee Camp and Epidemic Thyphus. Prior to his assignment at the Training Center, Pugh was stationed at a camp receiving Polish refugees, some of whom had contracted typhus. The subseries contains data on the origin of the epidemic, the course of the disease in patients and recommendations on rations.

E) Rheumatoid Arthritis. At the end of the war, Pugh carried out a series of experiments on healthy soldiers in Holland in 1945 and continued this line of research in England at Hammersmith Hospital from 1947-1950. The preliminary work focused on the relationship of trigger points and nodules as indices of the disease, and the Hammersmith work went on to explore blood flow, the effects of cold water immersion and why jaundice and pregnancy brought about remission. Included are data notebooks and correspondence.

SERIES 6: PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1950-1959

A) Blood Experiments. Between 1950-1972 Pugh worked on the analysis of blood gases using several techniques and various subjects: cigarrette smokers, mothers and babies and Weddell seals. He looked at the effects of smoking, carbon monoxide and blood volumes on blood gases. Included are data notebooks, protocols and procedures.

B) Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. This set of experiments conducted between 1953-1960 focused on the carbon monoxide dissociation curve in deoxygenated blood samples and tested various methods of resuscitation on dogs. The subseries contains experimental data.

C) Hypnosis. This small set of experiments conducted in 1959-1960 looked at respiratory and metabolic changes in hypnotized human subjects and contains protocols, experimental data and graphs.

D) Miscellaneous Experiments, "Old". This is the first of the two categories Pugh used for single file experiments. Work in this subseries was done in 1950-1959, and represents several research areas: thermal conductivity, carbon dioxide sensitivity and body fat measurement.

E) Respiration and Poliomyelitis. This subseries contains data gathered on patients at Queen's Square Hospital in1955-1956, and material on Pugh's work with the Working Party on Bulbar Paralysis (1954-1957), which looked into areas of respiratory paralysis in need of research, and the Breathing Machines Group (1955-1960), which evaluated the types of machines available to polio patients. The Groups' recommendations cover clinical assessment and diagnosis, management of patients in respirators, and basic research into respiratory failure. The subseries contains correspondence, agendas, memoranda, reports and press releases. See also SERIES 3: Report on Visit to Copenhagen..., and SERIES 9A: Poliomyelitis Breathing Machines.

F) Resting Experiments. There are two small experiments in this subseries. The "Slimming Experiment," conducted in 1956-1957, involved an overweight, thirty-three year old subject in a weight loss program, and measured respiratory exchange, food and fluids, water loss, and water content of body fat. The "Meditation Experiment" examined the effects of meditation and measured oxygen volume, ventilation and respiration before, during and after meditation.

G) Solar Radiation. The experiments in this subseries used data gathered in the Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1958-1959, to examine the relationships between clothing, insulation, temperture, and radiation. It includes handwritten research data and notes from the Antarctic expedition. See also SERIES 4C.

H) Work Experiments. A long series of experiments, 1951-1965, measured physiological responses to a variety of activities: bicycling, the Harvard step test, standing, swimming, and walking. Pugh was often one of the subjects in these experiments. The protocols measured oxygen consumption, calorie cost, heart rate, gas mixtures and Wolf temperature pill results. Included are protocols, experimental data and graphs.

SERIES 7: PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1960-1969

A) Bracknell 40 Km. Trials. Looking toward British participation in the Mexico City Olympic Games in 1968, runners and walkers participated in a series of experiments at the Bracknell outdoor track to evaluate performance. Protocols measured blood, lactic acid, body temperature, and weight. Pugh was particularly concerned about chronic dehydration in the endurance events, and one experiment had a special diet for long distance walkers. Included are research notes, experimental data, protocols, and graphs.

B) Cardiac Output. This 1963-1964 set of experiments used different approaches- the acetylene, carbon dioxide and Haldane combustion methods- to measure cardiac output. Includes protocols, data notebooks and graphs.

C) Edale 1 and Edale 2 - Exposure. Named for a town in the Derbyshire Hills, these 1964-1965 experiments had a group of Rover Scouts, nineteen to twenty-five years old, walk twenty miles of hilly terrain in 10 to 12 hours. Not long before, four young hikers had died from hypothermia during a hill-walking race and Pugh was asked to investigate the possible causes. The protocols recorded blood volume, energy expenditure, lactic acid, heart rates, skin temperatures, and urine composition. Included are data notebooks, experimental results and graphs. See also Series 3: Thermal Metabolic, Blood and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise.

D) Exposure. These laboratory experiments, conducted between 1965 and 1971, follow on from the Edale field work, further investigating physiological responses to cold, damp and windy conditions. Data was gathered in wind tunnel and cold chamber experiments, in post-mortem examinations, and case histories. Included are experimental data, protocols, case histories, information, and a fabric sample for a "survival suit."

E) Farnborough Treadmill. This 1967-1968 study focused on the effects of wind on treadmill running. Protocols measured oxygen consumption, expired air, and velocity. The subseries includes data, graphs and photographs of Pugh, a runner and a treadmill chamber.

F) Font Romeu Pre-Olympic Games Training Center. The work done at this center in 1967 investigated the effects of high altitude on Olympic-level athletes. Protocols recorded data on 20-mile race walkers and runners in the three mile and marathon events, measuring their oxygen consumption, heart rate, sweat rate, and blood gases. Pugh's focus was air resistance, oxygen debt, arterial oxygen saturation, running efficiency, body temperature, and the effect of prior altitude training on sea level performance. The subseries includes experimental data, protocols and notes on proposed research.

G) Himalayan Blood Experiments. Blood data was collected during the 1960-1961 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition and samples from British and Sherpa climbers were taken and analyzed for carbon dioxide dissociation, pH and saturation levels in relation to altitude levels. The subseries includes experimental data, notes and graphs. See also SERIES 4D.

H) Himalayan Expedition Experiments. This set of experiments focused on "work" related factors-- cardiac output, blood pressure and gases, and expired air-- gathering data from climbers during the 1960-1961 Himalayan expedition. Expedition data was then compared to sea level data collected before the trip. This subseries also contains data from Man Bahadur, the "Nepalese pilgrim" who wandered into the base camp, and from Sherpas and other Indians. See also SERIES 4D.

I) Marathon Running. These experiments were conducted between 1966 and 1968 and addressed Pugh's concern with heat stress in distance runners. Data was collected from several races with protocols measuring body temperature, weight, lactic acid, and diet. The subseries includes experimental data, correspondence and graphs.

J) Mexico City, 1965. In preparation for Britain's participation in the 1968 Olympic Games, Pugh studied six long distance runners in a month-long series of tests and evaluations in Mexico City at 7,434 feet. Protocols measured oxygen intake, work rates, carbon dioxide percentages, heart rates, and temperature. The subseries includes a notebook with newspaper clippings about Pugh and the experiments, protocols, graphs, and data notebooks.

K) Mexico City, 1967-1968. This subseries contains data collected shortly before and during the Games. The protocols cover calcium levels, urine and plasma analyses, and EKGs. Also included is a scrapbook kept by Mike Turner, an Olympic distance runner and one of Pugh's long-term research subjects. The scrapbook contains event results, newspaper clippings and annotations.

L) Miscellaneous Experiments - "Z Series". This is the second of Pugh's categories for single file experiments and contains work done between 1951-1972, although most are from the 1960s. Again, this subseries represents a range of Pugh's continuing research areas: oxygen, carbon monoxide, lactic acid, and adds work on blood glucose, women's temperatures and laboratory techniques. It includes experimental data, notes, graphs, and reference material.

M) Motspur Park and St. Mary's Tracks. These experiments carried out between 1966 and 1969 focused on air resistance and the energy cost of running on an outdoor track. There are protocols for a glycogen-fat study, oxygen consumption and respiratory exchange. The subseries includes data notebooks, protocols and graphs.

N) Ski Girls. These experiments conducted between 1966 and 1972 compared three groups of women: Olympic-level skiers, competent skiers and non-skiers or "normals." The subjects performed several types of tests- knee bends, step tests and pedaling. Protocols measured oxygen intake, heart rate, skinfold thickness, among others. Included are experimental notes and data, protocols and graphs. The subseries also includes correspondence, newspaper clippings and photographs.

O) Skin and Rectal Temperature. These 1967-1975 experiments investigated heat regulation in runners and were conducted at outdoor tracks and under controlled conditions in the laboratory. Protocols recorded body temperature, EKGs, respiratory water, and metabolic weight loss. Included are experimental notes and data, protocols and graphs.

P) Solar Radiation. These studies were done between 1958-1975, with the bulk of the experiments conducted between 1960 and 1969. Data was collected in Antarctica, the Himalayas, Mexico City, and the Kew Observatory in Surrey, England. Protocols cover sextant altitude, sextant error, parallax, and latitude. The subseries includes experimental protocols, data, notes, graphs, and correspondence. See also SERIES 4C.

Q) Treadmill Wind Experiments. Most of these 1968-1970 experiments were conducted in wind tunnels with subjects walking or skating on treadmills and gradients. Protocols measured work rate, oxygen consumption, wind, and drag. The subseries includes experimental protocols, notes, data, graphs, and photographs.

SERIES 8: PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1970-1979

A) Cardiac Output. This 1970-1974 work involved two cyclists, a fourteen year old subject and a non-athlete female subject. Protocols measured heart rate, expired air, and gas analysis. In 1973-1974 Pugh was secretary of the Exercise Subcommittee, Working Party on Cardiac Rehabilitation, and this subseries includes correspondence and meeting agendas for the group. Also included are protocols, experimental data, graphs, and EKG printouts.

B) Cycling. The protocols for these 1971-1972 experiments measured the energy costs of cycling and recorded speed, resistance and skin temperature. This subseries includes experimental data graphs, correspondence, and photographs of apparatus and subjects. See also SERIES 3: The Relation of Oxygen Intake and Speed in Competition Cycling and Comparative Observations on the Bicycle Ergometer.

C) Maximum Oxygen Intake. A variety of subjects were examined in these 1969-1974 experiments: female athletes, middle- and long-distance runners, climbers, skiers, cyclists and athletes in their 50s and 60s. Protocols recorded oxygen volume, EKGs and acetone levels. Included are protocols, experimental data, graphs, and correspondence.

D) Maximum Oxygen Intake in Men and Women. This 1972 experiment measured resting metabolic rates, the relation of body weight to oxygen efficiency, degrees of force, and drew statistical comparisons between male and female subjects. Included are experimental notes and data, statistical comparisons and graphs.

E) Thermography. These experiments conducted between 1967-1974 used infra-red color thermography to picture skin temperature variations in athletes standing and running outdoors. Subjects were filmed with an AGA model 680 thermovision camera and this subseries contains the "cut-outs" or photoprints of sections of the runner's body. See also SERIES 3: Skin Temperature during Running: A Study Using Infra-Red Colour Thermography.

F) Treadmill Running and Walking Against Wind. These 1967-1974 laboratory experiments used a treadmill in a wind tunnel and added factors of load, restraint, and gradient. Protocols measured speed, heart rate, respiration, and expired air. Included are experimental protocols, data and graphs.

SERIES 9: APPARATUS, CALIBRATIONS AND TECHNIQUES

The APPARATUS, CALIBRATIONS AND TECHNIQUES series consists of Pugh's original files on equipment for the physiology laboratory and field research and use his headings for the three subseries: A) Apparatus, B) Calibrations and C) Techniques. Each subseries begins with a set of index cards that Pugh used for several purposes: as a directory of manufacturers, to locate material in the files, to record bibliographic references to the work of others, and to relate experiments to specific laboratory equipment and methods.

A) Apparatus Brochures and Catalogs. This subseries contains manufacturers' brochures, catalogs, manuals, instructions on use, photographs, and correspondence on standard laboratory equipment for sampling and analysis. It also contains material Pugh collected on breathing machines for his study of respiration and poliomyelitis. See also SERIES 6E.

B) Calibrations. This subseries contains correspondence, manufacturers' instructions and Pugh's notes and instructions on calibrating various types of apparatus.

C) Techniques. In addition to Pugh's notes and data on procedures for using apparatus, he compiled comparative data on their performance. This subseries contains his notes and instructions, reference material and correspondence.

SERIES 10: CONFERENCES, LECTURES AND SYMPOSIA

Pugh's association with dangerous pursuits in exotic locations, particularly the Mt. Everest expeditions, and his work with Channel swimmers, Olympic athletes and British hikers, gave him public visibility, and his original and rigorous research studies earned him the high regard of his scientific colleagues. The combination created great demand for him as a speaker. This series, arranged by title, contains material from Pugh's appearances in the venues of his several roles: as a public figure explaining and interpreting his work to the general public, as a lecturer in academia, and as a researcher addressing his peers at symposia and conferences. The series is broadly representative of the range of Pugh's pure and applied research, his expedition experiences and the variety of his audiences. In some cases there are complete final texts of his presentations, accompanied by drafts, notes and correspondence. Sometimes there is only an abstract or a conference program.

SERIES 11: WRITINGS OF OTHERS.

Pugh maintained extensive reference files of reprints of others who worked in his own and related fields. The series begins with his numbered list of reprints, dating between 1901 and 1973, but not retained in the collection. It also contains typescripts by some of Pugh's colleagues in high altitude physiology, including R.B. and T.D. Bourdillon, J.S. Milledge, J. West, S. Lahiri, and others. They are in typescript and most of them cover high altitude topics.

SERIES 12: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

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

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

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11 Biographical material, 1942 - 1962. Typescript copies of request for assignment as a ski instructor, typescript and handwritten biographical notes and career summaries. Includes immunization certificates and sailing club membership card.
12 Laboratory for Field Physiology (Hampstead). Annual reports, 1956 - 1974. Typescript, handwritten and published reports, some with publication lists and correspondence.
13 Medical Research Council. Scientific Staff Meetings. Minutes, 1956 - 1958. Typescripts.
14 Newspaper clippings, 1968 - 1969. Articles quoting Pugh or citing his work in connection with the Isafjordur trawler disaster, other cases of hypothermia and Olympic athlete studies.
15 Photographs of L.G.C.E. Pugh, 1950 - 1970. Formal black-and-white portrait prints of Pugh and informal black-and-white and color prints of Pugh with others.
16 Photographs of others. Ca. 1950s. Josephine Pugh and daughter [?.]
17 Release of Medical Officers Memorandum. Ca. 1945. Typescript.
21 Useful Addresses, 1950 - 1980. Index cards, 3"x5", alphabetized.

Appointment Calendars

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31 Planner, 1950. Pocket diary with appointments and addresses.
32 Planner, 1953. Diary with appointments and notes.
33 Planner, 1954. Diary with appointments.
34 Planner, 1955. Diary with appointments.
35 Planner, 1956. Diary with appointments.
36 Planner, 1957. Diary with appointments, handwritten and typescript notes and invitations.
37 Planner, 1958. Diary 1 with appointments.
38 Planner, 1958. Diary 2 with extensive handwritten notes made during the Trans-Antarctic Expedition, laid-in loose notes and miscellaneous material. See also Series 4C.
41 Planner, 1959. Diary with appointments.
42 Planner, 1960. Diary with appointments.
43 Planner, 1961. Diary with appointments.
44 Planner, 1962. Diary with appointments, laid-in invitations and notes.
45 Planner, 1963. Diary with appointments and laid-in invitations.
46 Planner, 1964. Diary with appointments.
51 Planner, 1966. Diary with appointments.
52 Planner, 1967. Diary with appointments and notes.
53 Planner, 1970. Diary with appointments.
54 Planner, 1972. Diary with appointments.
55 Planner, 1973. Diary with appointments.

CORRESPONDENCE

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61 A - Miscellaneous.
62 Academic Press Inc. (London) Ltd., 1974.
63 Anderson, K. Lange, 1964 - 1965.
64 Anglo-Jordanian Expedition, 1967 - 1968. Typescript description and itinerary.
65 Arnstein, H.R.V., 1962.
66 Austrian Alpine Club, 1969 - 1970.
67 B - Miscellaneous.
68 Balke, Bruno, 1972.
69 Bannister, Roger G., 1953 - 1957.
610 Barnet, David, 1972.
611 Bourdillon, R.B., 1951 - 1953.
612 Bourdillon, Tom D., 1952 - 1954.
613 Bowles, Susan, 1973 - 1974.
614 Brasher, Shirley, 1973.
615 Brendel, W., 1955 - 1956.
616 British Amateur Athletic Board, 1967 - 1970.
617 British Association of Sport and Medicine, 1973.
618 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1953 - 1974. Contracts and payment slips for Pugh's participation in programs. Also includes typescript for program "Man at High Altitude," by Nesta Pain.
619 British Council, 1959.
620 British Industries Fair, 1954.
621 British Medical Association, 1953.
622 BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 1952 - 1975. Typescript copies of reviews Pugh wrote for the BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL.
623 British Nutrition Foundation, 1972 - 1974.
624 British Olympic Association, 1972 - 1975. Agenda and minutes for meetings. Includes badge with Association insignia.
625 Brotherhood, John R., 1971 - 1972.
626 Brown, John, 1955.
627 Brozovic, B., 1972 - 1974.
628 Bunje, Henry, 1972 - 1974.
629 Buskirk, E.R., 1962 - 1963.
630 Bywaters, Eric G.L., 1957 - 1970.
631 C - Miscellaneous.
632 Campbell, Paul A., 1955.
633 Camper and Nicholsons Ltd., 1973 - 1975. Yacht Builders, Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.
634 Carlson, Loren D., 1962 - 1963.
635 Carson, Peter, 1973.
636 Cavanagh, Sandy, 1960.
637 Cave, Peter, 1959 - 1960.
638 Christensen, E. Hohwu, 1957.
639 CIBA (A.R.L.), 1961. Synthetic Resins and Adhesives.
640 CIBA Foundation for the Promotion of International Co-operation in Medical and Chemical Research, 1970 - 1971. Foundation's annual report for 1971 and program with abstracts for High Altitude Physiology Symposium, February 17-18, 1971.
641 Cole, Philip, 1953 - 1954.
642 Commonwealth Relations Office, 1957.
643 Cooper, Keith E., 1964 - 1967.
644 Cotes, P. Mary, 1960.
645 Crow, Kenneth D., 1968.
646 Cudkowicz, L., 1959.
647 D - Miscellaneous.
648 Daniels, Farrington, 1955 - 1959.
649 Davies, C.T. Mervyn, 1973 - 1983.
650 Davies, Dai H., 1968.
71 DeCourcy, Kenneth, 1953.
72 Dejours, Pierre, 1958 - 1962.
73 Department of the Navy (United States). Office of Naval Research, 1955.
74 Dienhart, John W., 1963.
75 Dill, David Bruce, 1944 - 1983.
76 Dockland Settlements, West Highland School of Adventure, 1963 - 1964. Brochure.
77 Drew, Robert, 1962. Pugh's typescript note, "Medical Hazards of Climbing Mount Kenya," dated July 18, 1962.
78 Duke of Edinburgh's Award. Physical Activity Panel, 1974 - 1975. Includes memorandum and agenda for meetings of Panel.
79 Duke University, 1963.
710 E - Miscellaneous.
711 Easton, Kenneth C., 1972 - 1975.
712 Edwards, Richard H.T., 1969 - 1975.
713 Eitelberg, Raul, 1960.
714 Elsner, Robert W., 1960 - 1961.
715 Emslie-Smith, Donald, 1975.
716 F - Miscellaneous.
717 Farquhar, James W., 1954.
718 Federated Mountain Clubs of New Zealand, 1958 - 1959.
719 Feigen, George, 1963. Includes correspondence from Priscilla Feigen.
720 Fletcher, Ronald F., 1962.
721 Freeman, James, 1972 - 1973.
722 G - Miscellaneous.
723 G. Wilkinson, Scientific Glass Blower, 1959 - 1963.
724 Galindo-Estrada, I.G., 1971.
725 Gardner, N.H.N., 1958.
726 George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., 1953 - 1954.
727 GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, 1955 - 1957. Includes typescript copies of book reviews Pugh wrote for the GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL.
728 Goldberger, Maria, 1965 - 1975. Editor, KANDAHAR REVIEW and Chairman of the Ladies' Racing Subcommittee, National Ski Federation of Great Britain.
729 Gornergletscher Glaciological Survey, 1958 - 1961.
730 Granada Television Network Ltd., 1956 - 1957. Includes typescript of Pugh's "Notes for a Television Script."
731 Greene, Raymond, 1952 - 1962.
732 Gregory, Alfred, 1958 - 1961.
733 Groden, Bernard M., 1973 - 1974.
734 H - Miscellaneous.
735 Hall, William H., Lt. Colonel, 1962 - 1963. U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine.
736 Hamer, John, 1970.
737 Harbord, R.P., 1956.
738 Harper, A.A., 1954.
739 Heberden Society, 1954 - 1956. Includes agenda and minutes.
740 Hecht, Hans H., 1960.
741 Henderson, Jill, 1957. Regarding arrangements for Tensing Norkey's visit to the United Kingdom.
742 Hervey, G.R., 1955 - 1958.
743 High Commissioner for India. Military Adviser, 1960 - 1961.
744 Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, 1972.
745 Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd., 1953.
746 Hornbein, Thomas F., 1961 - 1962.
747 Horvath, Steven, 1962 - 1963.
748 Hugh-Jones, Philip, 1957 - 1958.
749 Hutchinson Publishing Group Ltd., 1955 - 1968.
750 Hyman, Martin, 1966 - 1972.
81 I - Miscellaneous.
82 International Academy of Astronautics, 1973 - 1975.
83 International Society for Capillary and Blood Research, 1958 - 1960.
84 J - Miscellaneous.
85 J. Ainsborough Everiss and Associates, 1956. Two sample sizes of polytetrafluoroethylene tubes.
86 James, B., 1959.
87 James, W.P.T., 1975.
88 Johnson, Ralph H., 1966 - 1973.
89 Jokl, Ernst, 1955 - 1975.
810 Jones, Arthur, 1967.
811 Jones, Barry, 1958 - 1959.
812 Jones, June I., 1960.
813 JOURNAL OF GLACIOLOGY, 1953 - 1954. Includes galley proof of "More About Mountains Under Snow," by Gerald Seligman.
814 K - Miscellaneous.
815 Kandahar Ski Club, 1959 - 1967.
816 Kemp, Hugh B.S., 1972 - 1975.
817 Kettering Cartons, Ltd., 1958.
818 Kew Observatory, Air Ministry, Meteorological Office, London, 1957 - 1973.
819 Klenerman, Leslie, 1973.
820 Knudsen, E.T., 1958. Medical Department, Beecham Research Laboratories.
821 L - Miscellaneous.
822 LANCET, 1953 - 1972. Letters to the Editor written by Pugh.
823 Layer, Graham T., 1973.
824 Lee, Harold B., 1966 - 1970.
825 Leeds Polytechnic, 1975.
826 Leithead, Charles S., 1962.
827 LeMasurier, John, 1966 - 1971.
828 Lembeck, F., 1958.
829 Levene, C.L., 1958.
830 Little, George M., 1955.
831 Lloyd, Brian, 1958 - 1959.
832 London Borough of Lambeth. Director of Administration and Legal Services, 1973.
833 London Office Machines, Ltd., 1954.
834 Luft, Ulrich, 1963.
835 M - Miscellaneous.
836 Maehlum, Sverre, 1975.
837 Matthews, Donald S., 1954.
838 Medical Commission on Accident Prevention, 1972 - 1975.
839 Medical Research Council, 1954 - 1975.
840 MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS, 1972 - 1976.
841 Medvei, V.C., 1959.
842 Ministry of Supply, Directorate of Stores and Clothing (Development), 1959. Clothing and Textiles Experimental Unit, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, Hants.
843 Mitchell, J.P., 1974 - 1975.
844 Molyneux, Julie, 1972.
845 Moore, Terris F., 1972 - 1975. Includes typescript of T.F. Moore's paper, "Unexpected Effects of the Peculiar Shape of the Envelope of the Earth's Atmosphere: A Study for Physiologists," 1972.
846 Morgan, Andrew, 1959.
847 Morikofer, W., 1959.
848 Mount Everest Foundation, 1957 - 1958.
849 Mulgrew, Peter D., 1959 - 1960.
850 Munro, I.A.H., 1958.
851 N - Miscellaneous.
852 Nagle, R.E., 1973 - 1974.
91 Narayanan, K.R., 1956.
92 National Institute of Sports, Patiala, India, 1974.
93 NATURE, 1953 - 1971. Includes typescript copies of Pugh's reviews for NATURE.
94 Naval Medical Research Institute, 1963.
95 NEW SCIENTIST, 1957.
96 New Zealand Meteorological Service, 1959 - 1960.
97 Newton, Margaret, 1970 - 1972.
98 Noyce, Wilfrid, 1957. Arrangements for Tensing Norkey's visit to the United Kingdom.
99 O - Miscellaneous.
910 Ortenburger, Irene, 1963.
911 Outward Bound Moray Sea School, 1972 - 1974. Agenda and minutes.
912 Outward Bound Mountain School, Ullswater, 1974. Brochure and handbooks.
913 Outward Bound Trust, 1972 - 1974.
914 Owen, Raymond, 1970 - 1973. Typescript copy of R. Owen's lecture, "Medical Aspects of the Olympic Games."
915 P - Miscellaneous.
916 Pace, Nello, 1955 - 1963.
917 Pappenheimer, John R., 1962 - 1963.
918 Patey, T.W., 1957.
919 Pepsodent Sales, Ltd., 1953 - 1954.
920 Peyman, M.A., 1967 - 1968.
921 Poulton, E.C., 1957 - 1964.
922 PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY, 1953 - 1954.
923 Pugh family members, 1943 - 1975.
924 Pugh, Josephine, 1945 - 1957. Wife of Pugh.
925 Q - Miscellaneous.
926 Quillian, J.P., 1956.
927 R - Miscellaneous.
928 Rawlinson, Anthony K., 1961.
929 Reader's Digest Association, Ltd., 1974.
930 Rees, W.H., 1959.
931 Reeve, E.B., 1962 - 1963.
932 Riddell, W.J., 1944 - 1945.
933 Riley, Richard L., 1955 - 1963.
934 Road Runners Club, 1966 - 1971.
935 Roberts, James, 1975.
936 Robinson, Sid, 1962.
937 Rolex Watch Company, Ltd., 1952 - 1958.
938 Rothamsted Experimental Station, 1957.
939 Royal Aeronautical Society, 1975.
940 Royal College of Physicians, 1954 - 1975.
941 Royal Geographical Society, 1952 - 1957.
942 Russell, R. Scott, 1953.
943 Rutherford, Robert, 1969 - 1971.
944 S - Miscellaneous.
101 St. Albans Diocesan Mission to the Deaf and Dumb, 1957.
102 St. Mary's College, 1969 - 1973.
103 Salkeld, Audrey, 1977 - 1984.
104 Scales, John T., 1972 - 1974.
105 Schaefer, Karl E., 1960 - 1972.
106 Scott Polar Research Institute, 1955 - 1960.
107 Semple, T., 1973 - 1975.
108 Ski Club of Great Britain, 1966 - 1972.
109 South Georgia Survey, 1955 - 1956. Typescript outlines of surveys for 1951-1952 and 1953-1954.
1010 Sperryn, Peter N., 1972 - 1973.
1011 Spillers Ltd., 1974 - 1975. Research and Technology Center.
1012 Sports Council, 1974 - 1975.
1013 T - Miscellaneous.
1014 Tarmac Construction Company, 1973 - 1974.
1015 Thomson, M.L., 1960.
1016 TIMES (London), 1953 - 1973. "Letter to the Editor" by Pugh.
1017 Tomlinson, Ken.
1018 Tulloh, Bruce, 1968 - 1971.
1019 Turner, D. Mike, 1968 - 1974.
1020 U - Miscellaneous.
1021 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL MAGAZINE, 1953 - 1954.
1022 University of California, Berkeley, 1955.
1023 University of Glasgow, 1973 - 1975.
1024 V - Miscellaneous.
1025 Vasquez, Cesar L., 1964.
1026 W - Miscellaneous.
1027 Waddell, Gordon, 1973.
1028 Wallace, Hugh J., 1974 - 1975.
1029 Ward, Michael P., 1953 - 1975.
1030 West, John B., 1973 - 1984.
1031 White, A.E., 1975.
1032 William Heinemann Medical Books, Ltd., 1973.
1033 Williams, Edward S., 1955 - 1957. London School of Economics Mountaineering Club Himalayan Expedition, 1956.
1034 Williams, J.G.P., 1973 - 1974.
1035 Williams, P.O., 1956 - 1959. Undated typescript "The British Expedition to Sola Khumbu 1959, Programme of Cardiological Research."
1036 Williams, Tony, 1972 - 1973.
1037 Woodcock, Alan H., 1963.
1038 World Health Organization, 1969 - 1971. WHO Biomedical Research Information Service, "Query 1371 Altitude Research," May 24, 1969.
1039 Wyers, H.J.G., 1955 - 1956.
1040 Y - Miscellaneous.
1041 Z - Miscellaneous.
1042 Zacks, Richard, 1972 - 1974.

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111 Lists of Pugh's publications, 1945 - 1976.
112 Notebooks. Publications and Lectures [by Pugh], 1967 - 1976. Entries give dates, titles, locations, and payments.
113 A.C.T.H. [adrenocorticotrophic hormone] in Rheumatoid Arthritis, 1950. With Ellis Dresner, et al. Reprint only.
114 Accidental Hypothermia among Hill-Walkers and Climbers in Britain, 1966. Typescript drafts and reviewer's [?] comments.
115 Accidental Hypothermia in Walkers, Climbers and Campers: Report to the Medical Commission on Accident..., 1966. Part 1. Reprint, typescripts and handwritten drafts.
116 Accidental Hypothermia in Walkers, Climbers and Campers: Report to the Medical Commission on Accident..., 1966. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten drafts.
117 Adrenal Activity of Acclimatized Man at Altitude, 1962 - 1963. With F.C. Grimes, et al. Typescript and handwritten drafts, notes, graphs, and correspondence.
118 Adrenal Cortex and Winter Sports with a Note on Other Exercise, 1959. Part 1. Reprint, typescript drafts and correspondence.
119 Adrenal Cortex and Winter Sports with a Note on Other Exercise, 1959. Part 2. Handwritten and typescript drafts, notes and graphs.
1110FB-280-01Adrenal Cortex and Winter Sports with a Note on Other Exercise, 1959. Graphs. Oversize.
1111 Adrenal Cortical Function in Normal Human Subjects: Suggested Studies. Undated. Typescript and notes.
1112 Aerobic Capacity of Forty British Women Aged 17-27 Years, 1974. Reprint, typescript and handwritten notes.
1113 Air Resistance and Its Effect on Human Performance in Running and Walking. Undated. Typescripts, handwritten notes and reference material.
121 Air Resistance in Sport, 1976. Part 1. Reprint and typescript drafts.
122 Air Resistance in Sport, 1976. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten drafts, research notes and reference material.
123FB-280-02Air Resistance in Sport, 1976. Graphs. Oversize.
124 Air Resistance to a Runner, 1969. Typescript, data, graphs, and correspondence.
125 ALTITUDE. Chapter 1: The Environment at High Altitude, 1969 - 1971. Typescript and handwritten drafts for volume in textbook series, ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY. Includes publishing contract, correspondence and notecards with bibliography.
126 Altitude and Athletic Performance, 1965. Reprint, galley proof, typescript, and correspondence.
127 Alveolar Gas Composition at 21,000 to 25,700 Ft. (6400-7830 M.), 1961. With M.B. Gill, et al. Reprint, typescript and correspondence.
128 Anglo-American Physiological Report, 1958. Typescripts and handwritten drafts, notes and data. See also Series 3, "Antarctica," 1971.
129 Animals in High Altitudes: Man above 5,000 Meters - Mountain Exploration, 1964. Reprint only. Chapter 55 of the HANDBOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY, edited by D.B. Dill, et al.
1210FB-280-03Animals in High Altitudes: Man above 5,000 Meters - Mountain Exploration. Graphs. Oversize.
1211 Antarctica, 1971. Typescript draft.
1212 Arterial Oxygen Saturation during Exercise at High Altitude, 1962. With J.B. West, et al. Reprint, typescript and graphs.
131 ASCENT OF EVEREST - Appendix 6 and Appendix 7, 1953 - 1954. Book by John Hunt with two appendices by Pugh: Appendix 6, "Diet," with G.C. Rand, and Appendix 7, "Physiology and Medicine," with M.P. Ward. Typescripts, galley proofs and correspondence.
132 ASCENT OF MOUNT EVEREST: SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1978. Part 1. Typescripts of sections from proposed book. Includes copy of five page letter from Drummond Rennie, Deputy Editor of THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, giving a critique and suggestions.
133 ASCENT OF MOUNT EVEREST: SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES. Part 2. Typescripts of sections from proposed book.
134 ASCENT OF MOUNT EVEREST: SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1978. Part 3. Typescripts of sections from proposed book, with handwritten notes and data. Includes typescript transcription of notes made during the expedition.
135 Aspects of the Physiology of Cold, 1950. Reprints, note, graphs, and reference material.
136 Athletes at Altitude, 1967. Part 1. Reprint, typescript drafts, handwritten notes, and correspondence.
137 Athletes at Altitude. Part 2. Handwritten and typescript drafts and notes.
138 Athletes at Altitude. Part 3. Graphs and correspondence.
139FB-282-01Athletes at Altitude. Graphs. Oversize.
141 Basal Metabolism and Respiration in Men Living at 5,800 M. (19,000 Ft.), 1964. Part 1. With M.B. Gill. Reprint, handwritten draft, notes, and data.
142 Basal Metabolism and Respiration in Men Living at 5,800 M. (19,000 Ft.), 1964. Part 2. First and second typescript drafts. Includes notecards with bibliography and notes.
143 Basal Metabolism and Respiration in Men Living at 5,800 M. (19,000 Ft.), 1964. Part 3. "Final draft as submitted to the JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 25 March 1964." Typescripts and galley proof.
144 Blood Volume and Haemoglobin Concentration at Altitudes above 18,000 Ft. (5500 m), 1964. Part 1. Reprint, galley proof, typescript, and handwritten drafts.
145 Blood Volume and Haemoglobin Concentration at Altitudes above 18,000 Ft. (5500 m), 1964. Part 2. Typescript drafts.
146 Blood Volume Changes in Outdoor Exercise of 8-10 Hour Duration, 1969. Reprint and typescript drafts.
147 Breathing Machines and Assisted Respiration, 1955. Reprint, typescript drafts and an illustration.
148 British Himalayan Expedition to Cho Oyu, 1952. Part 1. Typescripts, black-and-white prints (2), map, and graphs.
149 British Himalayan Expedition to Cho Oyu, 1952. Part 2. Handwritten and typescript drafts. Includes black-and-white photographs and maps.
151FB-280-06British Himalayan Expedition to Cho Oyu, 1952. Graphs. Oversize.
152 British Olympic Association Investigation in Mexico City: Report of the Medical Committee, 1966. In REPORT OF MEDICAL RESEARCH PROJECT INTO EFFECTS OF ALTITUDE IN MEXICO CITY IN 1965. Published report, typescripts, data, and graphs.
153 Carbon Monoxide in Smoking: Concentration of Carbon Monoxide in Blood of Smokers and Non-Smokers, 1960. Typescripts and correspondence.
154 Carbon Monoxide Calculations. Undated handwritten draft and notes.
155 Carbon Monoxide Content of the Blood and Other Observations on Weddell Seals, 1959. Reprint, galley proof, typescript drafts, and correspondence.
156 Carbon Monoxide Content of Foetal and Maternal Blood, 1963. With I. M. Young. Reprint, typescript drafts, notes, and correspondence.
157 Carbon Monoxide Dissociation Curve of Human Blood, 1957. With N. Joels. Part 1. Typescript and handwritten drafts, notes, data, and correspondence.
158 Carbon Monoxide Dissociation Curve of Human Blood, 1957. With N. Joels. Part 2. Reprint, final draft, notes, and graphs.
159 Carbon Monoxide Hazard in Antarctica, 1959. Reprint, typescript draft, graphs, and correspondence.
1510FB-280-09Carbon Monoxide Hazard in Antarctica, 1959. Graphs. Oversize.
161 Cardiac Output in Muscular Exercise at 5,800 m (19,000 Ft.), 1964. Part 1. Reprint, galley proof, typescript drafts, and notes.
162 Cardiac Output in Muscular Exercise at 5,800 m (19,000 Ft.), 1964. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten drafts.
163FB-280-11Cardiac Output in Muscular Exercise at 5,800 m (19,000 Ft.). Graphs and drawings for slides. Oversize.
164 Circulatory Effects of High Spinal Anaesthesia in Hypertensive and Control Subjects, 1950. With C.L. Wyndham. Reprint only.
165 Circulatory Effects of Mercurial Diuresis in Congestive Heart Failure, 1949. With C.L. Wyndham. Reprint only.
166 Climatic and Environmental Factors in the Rheumatic Diseases, 1947. Chapter 7 in the TEXTBOOK OF RHEUMATIC DISEASES, edited by W.S.C. Copeman. Reprint, handwritten drafts and notes. Includes typescripts, "Summary of Reports Received by the Committee on Medical Research, Office of Scientific Research and Development, April 23 - April 28, and May 14 - May 19, 1945."
167 Climatology and Heat Balance in Runners, 1968. Typescript drafts and handwritten notes.
168 Climbing Efficiency, 1953 - 1954. Typescript and research notes on "Lung Diffusing Capacity" and "Heat and Water Loss from the Lungs," with charts for individual climbers.
169 Clothing Insulation and Accidental Hypothermia in Youth, 1966. Reprint, typescript drafts, handwritten notes, graphs, research material, and correspondence.
1610 Clothing Problems in Polar Exploration and Mountaineering. Undated typescript, graphs and reference material.
1611 Cold Stress and Muscular Exercise, with Special Reference to Accidental Hypothermia, 1967. Reprint, typescript and handwritten drafts and notes.
171 Colour Thermography in Running, 1974. Reprint only.
172 Conquest of Everest, 1954. Reprint only.
173 Contribution of Solar Radiation to the Thermal Environment of Man in Antarctica, 1961. With F.A. Chrenko. Part 1. Reprint, typescript drafts and handwritten notes.
174 Contribution of Solar Radiation to the Thermal Environment of Man in Antarctica, 1961. With F.A. Chrenko. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten research notes and graphs.
175FB-282-03Contribution of Solar Radiation to the Thermal Environment of Man in Antarctica, 1961. Graphs. Oversize.
176 Deaths from Exposure on Four Inns Walking Competition, March 14-15, 1964. Reprint, handwritten and typescript drafts and correspondence.
177FB-280-12Deaths from Exposure on Four Inns Walking Competition, March 14-15, 1964. Graphs. Oversize.
178 Dehydration Treatment of Rheumatic Fever, 1950. With W.S.C. Copeman. Reprint only.
179 Draft for B. Bishop's Section of the Royal Geographical Paper on the Scientific Work of the 1960-1961..., 1962. Typescript.
1710 Effect of Altitude on Athletic Performance, 1965. Typescript and handwritten drafts.
1711 Effect of Body Fat on the Rate of Cooling during Swimming, 1954. With O.G. Edholm. Typescripts, handwritten notes and graphs.
1712 Effective Area of the Human Body with Respect to Direct Solar Radiation, 1966. With F.A. Chrenko. Reprint, galley proof, typescript draft, and handwritten notes.
1713FB-280-13Effective Area of the Human Body with Respect to Direct Solar Radiation, 1966. Graphs. Oversize.
1714 Effect of Acute and Chronic Exposure to Low Oxygen Supply on Consciousness, 1962. Reprint, handwritten draft, typescript figure captions, and graphs.
1715 Effects of Altitude on Food and Oxygen Intake on Basal Metabolism, 1965. Tables prepared for handbook entitled ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY. Includes correspondence.
1716 Effects of Artificial Dehydration in Rheumatism, 1945. Reprint only.
1717 Effects of High Altitude on Man, 1964. Reprint only.
1718 Effects of Oxygen on Acclimated Men at High Altitude, 1954. Reprint and typescript drafts.
1719 Energy Cost of Walking and Running against Wind, 1970. Typescripts and handwritten notes. "Paper used in conjunction with graphs for Opening Day, May 5, 1970."
181 Epidemic Typhus Fever among Polish Evacuees from Russia, 1942. Typescripts and handwritten notes.
182 Everest Clothing Story, 1954. Reprint, galley proof and correspondence.
183 Everest Then and Now, 1983. With John R. Sutton. Typescript, handwritten drafts and correspondence.
184 Everest without Oxygen: A Theoretical Study by L.G.C.E. Pugh and J.R. Sutton, 1982. Part 1. "Rough draft, 15.7.82.," correspondence, reference material, and reprints of others.
185 Everest without Oxygen: A Theoretical Study by L.G.C.E. Pugh and J.R. Sutton, 1982. Part 2. Notes and reprints of others.
186 Everest without Oxygen: A Theoretical Study by L.G.C.E. Pugh and J.R. Sutton, 1982. Part 3. Handwritten drafts and notes, typescripts and reprints of others.
187 Everest without Oxygen: A Theoretical Study by L.G.C.E. Pugh and J.R. Sutton, 1982. Part 4. Handwritten notes, correspondence and reprints of others.
188 Exercise at Altitude, 1982. With John R. Sutton, et al. Typescript and handwritten notes.
189 Exposure: Accidental Hypothermia, 1969 - 1970. Chapter 5 of TEACHING FIRST AID... by the Medical Commission on Accident Prevention. Typescript of book and correspondence.
1810 Exposure and Wet Clothing, 1966. Digest of a paper published in NATURE, vol. 209, no. 5030, March, 1966.
1811 Fabrics, Tents and Windproof Clothing, 1950 - 1954. Typescript draft.
1812 Fitness Tests on Skiers Training for the British Women's Alpine Ski Team, 1973. Reprints.
1813 Food Consumption and Energy Balance at Various Altitudes, 1954. Reprint only.
191 Gooseflesh Syndrome (Acute Anhidrotic Heat Exhaustion) in Long Distance Runners, 1972. Reprint, typescript and handwritten drafts and notes.
192 Habituation in Mountains. Undated typescript.
193 Habituation in Relation to Mountain Safety. Undated typescript and handwritten drafts.
194 Haematological Status of Middle- and Long-Distance Runners, 1975. Reprint only.
195 Haemoglobin Levels on the British Himalayan Expedition to Cho Oyu in 1952 and Everest in 1953, 1954. Reprint, data and correspondence.
196 Heat Exchanges in Long Distance Running, 1975. Part 1. Typescript and handwritten drafts.
197 Heat Exchanges in Long Distance Running, 1975. Part 2. Handwritten notes, data and photographs of a runner.
198 Heat Losses from the Moving Limbs in Running: The "Pendulum" Effect, 1974. Reprint only.
199 High Altitude Physiology, 1959. Reprint, typescript drafts and correspondence.
1910 High Altitude Research: [The Everest Expedition], 1954. Typescript drafts.
1911 High Altitudes, 1965. Part 1. In EXPLORATION MEDICINE, O.G. Edholm et al., editors.
1912 High Altitudes, 1965. Part 1. Chapter 5 in THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SURVIVAL. Galley proof, typescript drafts and handwritten notes.
201 High Altitudes, 1965. Part 2. Chapter 5 in THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SURVIVAL. Typescript and handwritten drafts, notes and index cards with citations.
202FB-280-15High Altitudes, 1965. Chapter 5 of THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SURVIVAL. Graphs. Oversize.
203 Himalayan Rations with Special Reference to the 1953 Expedition to Mount Everest, 1954. Reprint, typescript drafts, notes, and correspondence. Includes small notebook with six lines of annotations.
204 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition,1960-1961. 1962-1963. Part 1. Handwritten and typescript drafts with revisions and comments.
205 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition,1960-1961. 1962-1963. Part 2. "Preliminary draft. Draft (containing pencilled amendments) from which final draft was typed for Sir Charles, M.P.W. and B.M.J." Typescripts.
206 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition,1960-1961. 1962-1963. Part 3. "Draft submitted to the Royal Geographical Society." Typescript drafts and notecards with references.
207 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition,1960-1961. 1962-1963. Part 4. Reprint and "final draft." Typescripts and handwritten drafts.
208 Himalayan Winter at 19,000 Feet, 1962. Typescripts and correspondence.
209 Human Factors in a Space Cabin, with Special Reference to Weight and Economy, 1958. Reprint, galley proof, typescript and handwritten drafts, and charts. Also presented at the Space Medicine Symposium, October 16-17, 1958.
211 Hypothermia in Mountain Accidents, 1969. Reprint, galley proof, typescript drafts, and correspondence.
212 Inflatable Survival Suit, 1957. Typescript drafts and correspondence.
213 Influence of Wind Resistance in Running and Walking and the Apparent Mechanical Efficiency of Work..., 1970. Typescript draft, notes and graphs.
214 Influence of Wind Resistance in Running and Walking and the Mechanical Efficiency of Work..., 1970. Part 1. Reprint, galley proof, typescript drafts, and correspondence.
215 Influence of Wind Resistance in Running and Walking and the Mechanical Efficiency of Work..., 1970. Part 2. Typescript drafts, handwritten notes and graphs.
216FB-280-18Influence of Wind Resistance in Running and Walking and the Mechanical Efficiency of Work..., 1970. Graphs. Oversize.
217 Information and Advice [for athletes at Mexico City Olympic Games], 1968.
218 International Physiological Expedition to the Antarctic: Note on a Visit to San Francisco, June 14-18, 1957. Typescripts.
219 Investigation and Prevention of Skiing Accidents, 1965. Reprint, typescript draft, notes, and graph.
2110 Isafjordur Trawler Disaster, February 5, 1968. Correspondence, 1968-1970. Includes autopsy reports and area map.
2111 Isafjordur Trawler Disaster: Medical Aspects, 1968. Reprint, typescript and handwritten drafts and notes. Includes clipping from THE GUARDIAN, October 16, 1968.
2112 Life in the Highest Human Dwelling in the World, 1961. Typescript press release.
2113 Logistics of the Polar Journeys of Scott, Shackleton and Amundsen, 1972. Reprint, typescript drafts, correspondence, and photographs.
221 Majes Project [Peru]. Camps at 3,100 and 3,500 Feet: Health Aspects, 1974 - 1975. Handwritten draft and notes.
222 Majes Project [Peru]. Correspondence on High Altitude Working and Living Conditions, 1974 - 1975. Spiral bound photocopies of correspondence, reports and reprints. Includes Pugh's "High Altitudes," Chapter 5 of THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SURVIVAL (1965).
223 Majes Project [Peru], 1974 - 1975. Correspondence and reprints of others.
224 Man at High Altitude, 1964. Part 1. Reprint, galley proof, typescript draft, and correspondence. Published in THE SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF MEDICINE ANNUAL REVIEWS. Pugh's original folder annotation: "Based on British Post-Graduate Medical Foundation lecture, 18.1.62. Final draft as sent to Sir James Paterson Ross, B.P.M.F. 13th March 1963, and amendments given in letter to Sir J.P.R."
225 Man at High Altitude, 1964. Part 2. Typescript drafts.
226 Man at High Altitude, 1969. Reprint, galley proof, typescript and handwritten drafts, and correspondence. Published in the JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON.
227 Maximum Oxygen Intake in Himalayan Mountaineers, 1971. Reprint, typescript drafts, notes, graphs, correspondence, and comments.
231 Maximum Oxygen Uptake at Low Altitude. Undated handwritten draft.
232 Mean Skin and Rectal Temperature in Outdoor Running, 1974 - 1975. Part 1. Typescript draft and correspondence. This paper was revised and resubmitted as "Skin Temperature during Running: A Study Using Infra-Red Colour Thermography," and published in 1976.
233 Mean Skin and Rectal Temperature in Outdoor Running, 1974 - 1975. Part 2. Typescripts and handwritten drafts.
234 Mean Skin and Rectal Temperature in Outdoor Running, 1974 - 1975. Part 3. Typescripts and handwritten drafts.
235 Measurement of Cardiac Output and Changes Which Occur during Training, 1965. Typescript. "Extract from ERGONOMICS, volume 8, number 2, page 275, April, 1965."
236FB-280-20Measurement of Cardiac Output and Changes Which Occur during Training, 1965. Graphs. Oversize.
237 Measurement of Skin Temperature during Running in an Outdoor Environment, 1974 - 1975. Typescript drafts, handwritten notes and correspondence. This paper was revised, resubmitted and published as "Skin Temperature during Running: A Study Using Infra-Red Colour Thermography," 1976.
238 Medical Aspects of Competitive Athletics, 1967. Abstract only.
239 Medical Hazards of Climbing Mount Kenya. 18 July, 1962. Typescript.
2310 Memorandum: Conversations with B.C. Bishop on 4th December 1963 Re His Ascent of Mount Everest in May, 1963. Typescript.
2311 Metabolic Response to Cold during Exercise and Its Relation to Accidental Hypothermia. Undated typescript draft and graphs.
2312FB-280-21Metabolic Response to Cold during Exercise and Its Relation to Accidental Hypothermia, 1966 - 1967. Graphs. Oversize.
2313 Metabolism, Breathing Regulations and Oxygen Saturation of Human Beings in the Highest Laboratory in the World, 1961. Typescript.
2314 Modified Acetylene Method for the Determination of Cardiac Output during Muscular Exercise, 1972. Part 1. Reprint and typescript draft entitled "Cardiac Output at High Work Intensity Measured by Grollman's Acetylene Method with Estimation of Acetylene by Combustion." Includes handwritten notes and graphs.
2315 Modified Acetylene Method for the Determination of Cardiac Output during Muscular Exercise, 1972. Handwritten and typescript drafts.
241 Mount Cho Oyu, 1952, Mount Everest, 1953, 1983. Reprint, typescript draft, abstract, and correspondence.
242 Mountain Exploration. In AMERICAN HANDBOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY, 1963. Part 1. Galley proof, typescript and handwritten drafts.
243 Mountain Exploration. In AMERICAN HANDBOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY, 1963. Part 2. Handwritten and typescript drafts.
244 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Injuries Due to Sun and Cold." Typescript and handwritten draft and notes.
245 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Medical Report." Typescript.
246 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Notes on Equipment: A. Clothing; B. Personal Equipment." Typescript.
247 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Notes on Handling Casualties During [Training] at the Wing;" "Evacuation of Casualties." Typescripts. Also includes pamphlet, "MILITARY REPORTS ON THE UNITED NATIONS," number 15, 15 February 1944, issued by the War Department, Military Intelligence Division, Washington, D.C.
248 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Notes on Hygiene." Typescript and handwritten draft.
249 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Notes on Mountain Training in Cold Weather Conditions." Typescript.
2410 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Physiological Considerations." Typescript and handwritten drafts.
2411 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Rations for Mountaineer Troops." Typescript and handwritten notes.
2412 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "Selection of Personnel." Typescripts.
2413 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "The Step Test and Its Value as a Test of Physical Fitness for Strenuous Exertion Considered in Relation to Mountain [Warfare] Training." Typescript, notes, data, and reports on the step test.
2414 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Mountaineer Wing, 1943 - 1944. "The Theory and Practice of Load Carrying by Man Pack." Handwritten draft and notes. Includes photograph of painting of a [?] mountaineer soldier.
2415 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Ski Wing. Final Report, 1942 - 1943. Typescript reports with handwritten notes.
2416 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Ski Wing. Final Report, 1942 - 1943. Section 2, Selection of Personnel, Section 9, Range and Load Carrying and Section 11, Hygiene, of the "Final Report." Typescript and handwritten drafts and notes.
251 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Supplement Number 1 to Final Report, 1943 - 1944. "Manual of Ski Technique and Method of Instruction." Typescript with handwritten notes.
252 Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Supplement Number 2 to Final Report, 1942 - 1943. "The Physiology of Military Ski-ing." Typescript.
253 Mountaineer Physiologist, 1965. Contribution by Pugh to the ROADRUNNERS' CLUB NEWSLETTER, No. 56, April. Reprint.
254 Muscular Exercise at Great Altitudes, 1964. Part 1. With M.B. Grill, et al. Reprint, galley proof, typescript drafts, and graphs.
255 Muscular Exercise at Great Altitudes, 1964. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten drafts.
256FB-281-07Muscular Exercise at Great Altitudes, 1964. Graphs. Oversize.
257 Muscular Exercise on Mount Everest, 1958. Part 1. Typescript draft dated January 5, 1957 and undated handwritten drafts.
258 Muscular Exercise on Mount Everest, 1958. Part 2. Undated handwritten draft and typescript pages.
259 Muscular Exercise on Mount Everest, 1958. Part 3. Galley proof, typescript draft and correspondence.
2510 Muscular Exercise on Mount Everest, 1957 - 1958. Part 4. Typescript and handwritten drafts, notes and correspondence.
2511 Muscular Exercise on Mount Everest, 1958. Graphs and tables.
2512FB-281-08Muscular Exercise on Mount Everest, 1958. Graphs and tables. Oversize.
261 Notes on Temperature and Snow Conditions in the Everest Region in Spring 1952 and 1953. Reprint, typescript draft, graphs, and correspondence.
262 Observations of the Effects of Solar Radiation on the Thermal Environment Inside Tents in Antarctica, 1961. With F.A. Chrenko. Reprint only.
263 Olympic Research Project: Mexico City, October, 1967. Report to the British Olympic Association. With M. Turner, et al. Typescript draft, graphs, correspondence, and a memorandum, "Summary of Conclusions."
264 Oxygen Intake and Energy Cost of Walking Before and After Unilateral Hip Replacement with Some Observations..., 1973. Part 1. Includes notebook with data, graphs and slides.
265 Oxygen Intake and Energy Cost of Walking Before and After Unilateral Hip Replacement with Some Observations..., 1973. Part 2. Handwritten drafts, notebook and graphs.
266 Oxygen Intake in Track and Treadmill Running with Observations on the Effect of Air Resistance, 1970. Part 1. Reprint, galley proof, typescript draft, and notes.
267 Oxygen Intake in Track and Treadmill Running with Observations on the Effect of Air Resistance, 1970. Part 2. Galley proof, typescript and handwritten drafts, notes, and correspondence.
268 Oxygen Intake in Track and Treadmill Running with Observations on the Effect of Air Resistance, 1970. Part 3. Typescript and handwritten drafts.
269 Oxygen Intake in Track and Treadmill Running with Observations on the Effect of Air Resistance, 1970. Part 4. Typescript and handwritten drafts.
2610FB-281-10Oxygen Intake in Track and Treadmill Running with Observations on the Effect of Air Resistance, 1970. Graphs. Oversize.
271 Oxygen on Everest, 1954. Reprint only.
272 Physical Conditioning, 1974. With Richard Nagle. "Prepared for the British Cardiac Society." Typescript drafts and correspondence.
273 Physical Environment and Rheumatic Disease: Climatic Distribution, 1951 - 1971. Chapter in multiple editions of TEXTBOOK OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES. Galley proof and correspondence.
274 Physiological and Medical Aspects of the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, 1960-1961, 1962. Reprints and typescript draft.
275 Physiological Causes of Accidents, 1963. Reprint only.
276 Physiological Commentary, 1959. "Published by the Ski Club of Great Britain." Typescript drafts and correspondence.
277 Physiological Expedition to the Antarctic, 1957. Galley proof and typescript draft.
278 Physiological Factors in Marathon Running, 1971. Reprint and typescript.
279 Physiological Fitness Testing of Trainees and Members of the British Women's Alpine Ski Team. Undated typescripts.
2710 Physiological Investigations at Font-Romeu, September 19 - October 5, 1967. Typescript drafts.
2711 Physiological Observations on Marathon Runners in England, 1967. Undated typescript draft and handwritten notes.
2712 Physiological Studies in H.M.S. Vengeance: R.N. Cold Weather Cruise, 1949. "Report Prepared for the Climatic Efficiency Sub-Committee of the Royal Navy Personnel Research Committee." Report only.
2713 Physiological Study of Channel Swimming, 1960. With O.G. Edholm, et al. Part 1. Reprint, typescript and handwritten drafts and correspondence.
2714 Physiological Study of Channel Swimming, 1960. With O.G. Edholm, et al. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten notes.
2715FB-282-05Physiological Study of Channel Swimming, 1960. Graphs. Oversize.
2716 Physiologist's Report Number 1: J.R. Coulter and Hall, Thermotank International, 1978. "Expert Testimony." Typescript and handwritten drafts.
2717 Physiologist's Report: Royal Navy Cold Weather Cruise, 1949. Prepared for the Climatic Subcommittee of the Royal Navy Personnel Research Committee. Report only.
2718 Physiology, 1961. Section for Edmund Hillary's account of the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, HIGH IN THE THIN, COLD AIR. Typescript draft, galley proof and correspondence.
2719 Physiology of Channel Swimmers, 1955. With O.G. Edholm. Reprint, graphs and photographs.
2720 Physiology on Mount Everest (1953) and on the Preparatory Expedition to Mount Cho Oyu 1952: A Demonstration..., 1976. Galley proof and typescript draft.
281 Place of Exercise Testing of Cardiac Subjects, 1974. Photocopies of typescript. Includes correspondence.
282 Pre-Ski Exercises, 1968. With M.E. Coombes. Pamphlet.
283 Programme for Physiological Studies of High-Altitude Peoples, 1964. Reprint only.
284 Recommendations Concerning the Role of Exercise in Rehabilitation after Myocardial Infarction, 1974. Handwritten draft and notes.
285 Rectal Temperature, Weight Losses, and Sweat Rates in Marathon Running, 1967. With J.L. Corbett, et al. Part 1. Reprint, typescript and handwritten drafts.
286 Rectal Temperature, Weight Losses, and Sweat Rates in Marathon Running, 1967. With J.L. Corbett, et al. Part 2. Typescript drafts and early version, "Thermal Limitation in Marathon Running."
287 Rectal Temperature, Weight Losses, and Sweat Rates in Marathon Running, 1967. With J.L. Corbett, et al. Part 3. Galley proof, typescript drafts and correspondence.
288FB-281-11Rectal Temperature, Weight Losses, and Sweat Rates in Marathon Running, 1967. Graphs. Oversize.
289 Rehabilitation in Ischaemic Heart Disease, 1970. Typescript drafts and handwritten notes.
2810 Relation of Oxygen Intake and Speed in Competition Cycling and Comparative Observations on the Bicycle..., 1974. Reprint, typescript draft and notes.
2811FB-281-12Relation of Oxygen Intake and Speed in Competition Cycling and Comparative Observations on the Bicycle..., 1974. Graphs. Oversize.
2812 Relation of Oxygen Intake and Velocity of Walking and Running in Competitive Walkers, 1968. With D.R. Menier. Reprint, typescript draft and correspondence.
2813 Report on Scientific Work in Connection with the Mount Everest Expedition in 1953, 1955. Typescript drafts and handwritten notes.
2814 Report on Visit to Copenhagen and Stockholm to Study the Methods of Handling Respiratory Insufficiency in... [title continues] Cases of Poliomyelitis, 1955. With E. A. Carmichael, et al. Typescript, notes and correspondence.
291 Respiratory Function of the Blood in Men Living at 5800 M. (19,000 Ft.), 1963. With S. Lahiri. "First Drafts, February-March." Typescripts and handwritten drafts and correspondence.
292 Respiratory Function of the Blood in Men Living at 5800 M. (19,000 Ft.), 1963. With S. Lahiri. "Second Drafts." Typescript and handwritten drafts.
293 Resting Ventilation and Alveolar Air on Mount Everest: With Remarks on the Relation of Barometric Pressure..., 1957. Reprint, galley proof, typescripts, and correspondence.
294FB-281-13Resting Ventilation and Alveolar Air on Mount Everest: With Remarks on the Relation of Barometric Pressure..., 1957. Graphs. Oversize.
295 Road Accidents: Proposal for Study in Depth of a Section of Road. Undated handwritten draft.
296 Science in the Himalaya, 1961. Reprint, typescript drafts and correspondence.
297 Scientific Aspects of the Expedition to Mount Everest, 1953. Reprint, typescript drafts of the "Interim Report," modified additional drafts, and correspondence.
298 Scientific Experiments Begin in the Silver Hut, 1961. Press release.
299 Scientific Problems on Mount Everest, 1953. Typescript draft and correspondence.
2910 Scientific Tests of Heart Beats at High Altitude, 1961. Typescript.
2911 Silver Hut: Physiological and Medical Aspects of the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, 1960 - 1961. Typescript, maps, photographs, and military training pamphlets, "Snow and Mountain Warfare." Includes photographs of the British aircraft carrier H.M.S. Vengeance.
2912 Skiing Accidents, 1952. Typescript and correspondence from the Ski Club of Great Britain and others regarding safety issues.
301 Solar Heat Gain by Man in the High Himalaya, 1962. Reprint. Also presented at the UNESCO Symposium on Environmental Physiology and Psychology in Arid Conditions. See Series 10: CONFERENCES, LECTURES AND SYMPOSIA.
302 Skin Temperatures during Running: A Study Using Infra-Red Colour Thermography, 1976. With R.P. Clark, et al. Reprint, typescript, notes, and correspondence.
303 Solubility of Acetylene in Lung Tissue as an Error in Cardiac Output Determination with the Acetylene Method, 1962. With R. Jernerus, et al. Reprint and typescript.
304 Some Effects of High Altitude in Man, 1956. With M.P. Ward. Typescript and correspondence.
305 Some Factors Concerned in Elimination of Carbon Monoxide from the Blood in Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, 1957. Typescript draft, notes and graphs.
306 Some Notes on the Management of Respirator Cases of Poliomyelitis in the U.S.A. and Canada, 1955. Typescripts and correspondence.
307 Some Observations on the Physiology of Channel Swimmers, 1954. With O.G. Edholm. Typescript and handwritten drafts and notes.
308 Studies of the Physiology of Movement in Ballet Dancers, 1974. Proposal and correspondence regarding study.
309 Study of Rheumatism in a Group of Soldiers with Reference to Incidence of Trigger Point and Fibrositic Nodules, 1945. With T.A. Christie. Reprint and typescript and handwritten drafts.
3010 Submarine Immersion Suit, 1952. With O.G. Edholm, et al. Typescript.
3011 Technique Employed for Measuring Respiratory Exchanges on Mount Everest, 1953. Reprint and typescript and handwritten drafts.
3012 Temperature Regulation in Athletes: Experimental Results Collected [at] Font Romeu (1800m) and Mexico City..., 1967. Part 1. With M. Turner, et al. Typescript drafts.
3013 Temperature Regulation in Athletes: Experimental Results Collected [at] Font Romeu (1800m) and Mexico City..., 1967. Part 2. "Report to British Olympic Committee." Typescript drafts.
3014FB-281-16Temperature Regulation in Athletes: Experimental Results Collected [at] Font Romeu (1800m) and Mexico City..., 1967. Graphs. Oversize.
3015 Temperature Regulation in Swimmers, 1965. Typescripts, handwritten drafts and graphs.
3016FB-281-17Temperature Regulation in Swimmers, 1964. Graphs. Oversize.
311 Thermal Conductivity in Human Fat and Muscle, 1951. Reprint only.
312 Thermal, Metabolic, Blood, and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise, 1969. Part 1. Reprint, typescript and correspondence. Early title, "Thermal, Metabolic, Blood and Circulatory Adjustments in Hill Walkers in Warm and Cold Weather with Special Reference to Accidental Hypothermia," and uses data gathered in the Edale exposure studies.
313 Thermal, Metabolic, Blood, and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise, 1969. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten drafts and correspondence.
314 Thermal, Metabolic, Blood, and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise, 1969. Part 3. Typescript and handwritten drafts and data.
315 Thermal, Metabolic, Blood, and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise, 1969. Part 4. Early handwritten and typescript drafts.
316 Thermal, Metabolic, Blood, and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise, 1969. Part 5. Typescript drafts.
317FB-281-18Thermal, Metabolic, Blood, and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise, 1969. Graphs. Oversize.
318 Tolerance to Extreme Cold at Altitude in a Nepalese Pilgrim, 1963. Part 1. Reprint, galley proof, final typescript drafts, and photographs of the Nepalese pilgrim, Man Bahadur.
319 Tolerance to Extreme Cold at Altitude in a Nepalese Pilgrim, 1963. Part 2. Handwritten draft and data.
321 Tolerance to Extreme Cold at Altitude in a Nepalese Pilgrim, 1963. "First and Second Drafts." Typescript and handwritten drafts.
322 Tolerance to Extreme Cold at Altitude in a Nepalese Pilgrim, 1963. "Third Draft." Typescript.
323 Tolerance to Extreme Cold at Altitude in a Nepalese Pilgrim, 1963. "Third, fourth and fifth drafts." Typescripts.
324FB-281-19Tolerance to Extreme Cold at Altitude in a Nepalese Pilgrim, 1963. Graphs. Oversize
325 Watch the Cooking, Watch the Flies... Undated handwritten verses on the expedition experience.
326 Wintering Quarters of Sir Edmund Hillary's Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, 1961. Press release.
327 Women's Athletics, 1974. Photocopy of galley proof.

EXPEDITIONS

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British Himalayan Expedition to Cho Oyu, 1952

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331 Correspondence, 1952 - 1953. Letters Re Report on Cho Oyu Expedition. Includes typescript and galley proof of Pugh's account of the physiological problems in climbing Mt. Everest, December 22, 1952.
332 Correspondence, 1952 - 1956. Pugh's letters to Eric Shipton regarding expedition and typescript of R.B. Bourdillon's "A Possible Outline of Physiological Studies for the 1952 Himalayan Expedition."
333 Diary notebook, 1952. Extensive entries for March through May describing expedition events, weather and terrain. Also contains some research data.
334FB-280-05Graphs not used for slides, 1952. Includes handwritten graphs and research notes. Oversize.
335 Notebook, 1952. Handwritten field research notes, expenses, rations, weather data and physiological measurements, March 24 - May 31.
336 Notebook, 1952 - 1953. With handwritten field research notes at varying altitudes, April 18, 1952 - January 1, 1953.
337 Photographic material, 1952. Black-and-white prints of mountain terrain, native people and a tent.
338 Photographic material, 1952. Black-and-white prints of mountain terrain, native people, equipment, buildings, and a shrine.
339 Photographic material, 1952. Color transparencies of mountain terrain, people and animals.
3310 Photographic material, 1952. Negatives of graphs and tables.
341 Photographic material, 1952. Glass plate negatives and black-and-white prints of camp sites and village scenes, mountain terrain with mountaineers and local people.
351 Rations, 1952. Handwritten research, correspondence, equipment, and provisions lists from previous expeditions.

British Himalayan Expedition to Mt. Everest, 1953

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352 Cloth for tent and clothing, suits, 1953 - 1957. Typescript questionnaire and correspondence with manufacturers. Includes fabric sample.
353 Clothing, 1953 - 1955. Notes on clothing for assault parties, cloth for tents and correspondence.
354 Clothing and bedding questionnaires, 1953. Forms completed by expedition members. Typescript forms and handwritten notes.
355 Correspondence - Lectures, 1953. Includes typescript "List of Lectures to Be Given by Dr. Pugh on the Physiological Aspects of the Everest Expedition up to 31.12.53."
356 Correspondence - Lectures accepted, 1954 - 1955. Part 1.
357 Correspondence - Lectures accepted, 1954 - 1955. Part 2.
358 Correspondence - Lectures which may be required, 1953 - 1955.
359 Correspondence - Letters written on Everest, 1953. Brief notes from George Band, Charles Evans, John Hunt, and others.
3510 Correspondence and memorandum, 1952 - 1956. Memorandum from John Hunt and miscellaneous correspondence regarding receptions, luncheons, dinners, etc.
3511 Correspondence, 1952 - 1960. Correspondence regarding the expedition, supplies and with publisher Hutchinson Medical Publications, Ltd.
3512 Correspondence, 1953. Correspondence with the sponsoring committee, the British Mount Everest Expedition, 1953 - Himalayan Joint Committee of the Royal Geographical Society and the Alpine Club.
3513 Diary notebook, 1953. Contains narrative account for April through June. Includes data and laid in correspondence, congratulatory telegrams. Also includes handwritten notes made by Pugh years later.
3514 Diary of events, April 21 - May 31, 1953. Typescript and handwritten copies.
3515 Equipment and clothing lists, 1952 - 1957. Correspondence with suppliers.
3516 Equipment file, 1952 - 1956. Correspondence on resistance thermometers, the British Oxygen Company and a camping equipment catalog dated 1957.
3517 Equipment, 1952 - 1953. Invoices and receipts for equipment. Includes correspondence and notes.
3518 Equipment, 1952 - 1953. List of carded items and items from expeditions.
3519 Equipment, 1952. Lists of Apparatus and Chemicals for the Himalayan Expedition. Typescript and handwritten lists and notes.
3520 Equipment. Oxygen-assault equipment instruction manual. Ca. 1950s.
3521 Equipment, 1952 - 1954. Oxygen equipment for the expedition. Includes correspondence, memorandum, handwritten research data, and newspaper articles.
3522 Everest data notebook, 1951 - 1953. Tables and calculations using Expedition members' weights and correspondence regarding Everest temperatures.
3523 Everest data notebook, 1951 - 1953. Field notebook with miscellaneous physiology notes and weather data.
3524 Everest Data Notebook, 1951 - 1953. Research notebooks with miscellaneous notes, physiological data, tables and calculations, notes on equipment.
3525 Everest film correspondence, 1953 - 1956. In regard to "The Conquest of Everest" film and a proposal to make a ten to fifteen minute teaching film on physiological studies with the leftover footage.
3526 Everest medical notes, 1953. Notes on respiratory problems, oxygen consumption and other medical observations. Includes untitled typescript "Life at over 18,000 feet."
3527 Everest queries, 1954 - 1957. Correspondence regarding new expeditions, equipment and lectures accepted during 1954-1957.
3528 Everest Run, 1951. Notebook with Pugh's account of the August climb by Shipton, Bourdillon, Murray, Ward, Hillary, and Riddiford. Includes notes on food and equipment. Also includes account of June climb on Garwhal.
361 Experimental data, 1953. Data on gradient walking, ventilation, oxygen intake, work rates, analysis of urine (chlorides), causes of sickness on Himalaylan expeditions, and respiration.
362 Experimental data, 1953. Data, tables and graphs on alveolar air, effects of oxygen on ventilation and the work rate efficiency of climbing.
363 Experimental data, 1953. Data, tables and graphs on work rate, respiration and data from 1952 Mt. Cho Oyu expedition.
364FB-280-07Graphs, 1953 - 1954. Folder list titled "Indian Ink Charts, Graphs for slides 50-336 and Wales Results, 1954." Oversize.
365FB-280-08Graphs and Indian ink drawings, 1953. Drawings for slides 1-100 and data from Mt. Cho Oyu expedition. Oversize.
366FB-282-02Graphs and Indian ink drawings, 1953. Drawings for slides 51-100 and data from Mt. Cho Oyu Expedition. Oversize.
367 Lecture notes, 1953. Typescript and handwritten notes. Includes index cards and color slides.
368 Medical Research Council, 1952 - 1953. Correspondence and memorandum from the High Altitude Committee.
369 Miscellaneous graphs. Ca. 1930s-1950s. Hand drawn graphs on alveolar air, hemoglobin, ventilation rates.
371 Micellaneous material. Ca. 1940s-1959s. Calculations, correspondence, sketch of tent, notes and writings. Includes typescript, "Questions Re Physiological Adaptation on Everest Expedition," by R.B. Bourdillon and untitled typescript on acclimatization to altitude by Pugh. [?]
372 Mount Everest, 1953. "Lecture Set Four with Three Maps and One Diagram." Color slides showing terrain, campsites, equipment, expedition members, and local people.
373 Notebook for slides, 1953. Contains pasted in photographs of equipment and mountain scenes with people. Also contains prints of graphs and tables giving negative numbers.
374 Photographic material, 1953. Black-and-white prints of Everest equipment and native people.
375 Photographic material, 1953. Black-and-white and color prints of apparatus and mountain terrain. Includes correspondence with Group Captain K.L. Sendhi, August, 1953.
376 Photographic material, 1953. Color slides of terrain, campsites, flora and people. Includes Pugh and unidentified group. Also includes charts and equipment.
381 Photographic material, 1953 - 1954. Lantern slides. Graphs. Alveolar gas pressures.
382 Photographic material, 1953 - 1954. Lantern slides. Graphs. Hemoglobin, fluid balance, etc.
383 Photographic material, 1953 - 1954. Lantern slides. Graphs. Ventilation, calorie intake, etc.
384 Photographic material, 1953 - 1954. Lantern slides. Graphs. Maps and equipment.
385 Photographic material, 1953 - 1954. Lantern slides. Terrain, campsites, equipment, expedition members, and local people.
391 Physiology, 1952 - 1957. Correspondence with French expedition physiologist and other physiologists. Includes typescript "Notes on Physiology on High Mountains."
392 Program and notes for expedition, 1953. Planned program of physiological work, Everest party conference agendas, notes, and planning calendar.
393 Rations, 1953. Correspondence regarding food products.
394 Rations, 1954 - 1956. Correspondence. Includes "Notes on Proposed High Altitude Rations for German-Swiss Himalayan Expedition" by Frank Wokes, et al.
395 Rations, 1953 - 1954. Questionnaires completed by participants after expedition and research notes.
396 Rations, 1953. Tables including handwritten research notes, menus and food consumption lists including data from 1944 work on rations.
397 Research notes, 1953. Data on hemoglobin levels, fluids and climbing rates including correspondence with R.S. Cormack and Edmund Hillary's list of daily activities for energy requirement studies.
398 SALTER NEWS, December, 1954. "Everest" article describes use of balance scales on expedition. Includes photographs.
399 Zermo Heat Pak, Ltd, 1953. Correspondence and instruction booklet.

Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1957-1958

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3910 Antarctic studies programme, 1957 - 1958. Proposals for studies to be undertaken on Antarctic expedition.
3911 Carbon monoxide and hand temperatures, 1957 - 1958. Protocols and handwritten research data.
3912 Correspondence, 1957 - 1958. Pugh's correspondence file for expedition. Includes list of contents and stamped, cancelled envelope, "Commemorating the First Trans-Antarctic Crossing, 1957-1958."
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3913 Correspondence, 1955 - 1958. Pace, Nello. Report, "International Physiological Expedition to Antarctica," June 16, 1958.
3914 Correspondence, 1955 - 1958. Siri, W. [?] and H. Carlson. Correspondence regarding proposed Antarctic physiological projects, logistics, etc.
3915 Equipment. Calibration data for P1 - P6, V1 - V6, B, S, and S1A, T1 - T8, 1957 - 1958. Tables and graphs.
3916 Equipment. Cloth for tent and clothing file, 1957. Handwritten notes regarding tent design, correspondence and data on fabrics.
3917 Equipment. Clothing, 1952 - 1959. Correspondence with P. Frankenstein and Sons, Ltd., Air Sea Rescue Department.
3918 Equipment. Correspondence, 1957. Correspondence, reference materials and samples.
401 Equipment. Expenses, 1957 - 1959. Invoices and correspondence.
402 Equipment. "Glued Sledges of Novel Design Give Excellent Service", 1959. Article regarding sledge designed by Pugh and used on Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Slide for Figure 1 (#137) missing. Have color slides for Figure 4 (#121) and Figure 5 (#128).
403 Equipment. Instruction Book, 1957 - 1958. Bio-engineering copy. Operating and handling instructions for various types of equipment.
404 Equipment. Sleeping bags, fasteners and orders for equipment, 1957 - 1958. Lists, correspondence and samples.
405 Equipment. Summaries of equipment and packing lists, 1957.
406 Notebook. Skin temperatures of the Trans-Antarctic team. Handwritten research data.
407 Notebook. Solar radiation, 1957 - 1958. Scott Base maximum intensity data and hourly solar radiation between 1200 hours and 1300 hours. Includes handwritten research data and typed tables.
408 Notebook. Weddell seals, 1957 - 1958. Handwritten research data.
409 Notebooks, 1957 - 1958. Notes and data on weather, clothing, food, etc.
4010 Photographic material, 1957 - 1958. Equipment. Black-and-white prints of equipment (Edgington's tents) and clothing. Includes photograph of Pugh with equipment.
4011 Photographic material, 1957 - 1958. Slides of aerial views of terrain and slides of graphs and tables.
4012 Photographic material, 1957 - 1958. Slides of Antarctic maps, terrain and people. "Scott and Shackelton, A13 - A21 and D1 - D12."
4013 Photographic material, 1957 - 1958. Sets of slides of terrain, equipment and people, numbered A25 - A61, 1-64 and unnumbered.
411 Photographic material. Color slides of mountain terrain, equipment and people.
421 Radiation and CLO experiments, 1956 - 1959. Includes notebook with handwritten research data.
422 Rations, 1957 - 1958. Memorandum and correspondence including "General Questionnaire for Dehydrated Foods (For Use at Base Camp)."
423 Research data and maps, 1957 - 1958. Handwritten data on hand temperatures and solar radiation. Includes Antarctica map.
424 Ross Sea Committee, 1957 - 1959. Correspondence with Arthur Helm, secretary of the New Zealand committee that sponsored the expedition.
425 Seal plasma. Correspondence, 1958 - 1959. Includes correspondence from J. T. Murray, biochemist of Christchurch Hospital, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Silver Hut, 1960-1961

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426 Addresses and telephone numbers, 1960 - 1961. Includes Pugh's "List of files in Cabinet 5, Drawer 2" regarding vendors for expedition.
427 Correspondence. Intercamp communication among expedition members, 1960 - 1961. Handwritten and typed notes from Edmund Hillary and typescript of "Time Off In The Himalaya" by James Milledge.
428 Correspondence. Post-Expedition, 1961. Includes correspondence with John West, Opera Mundi, Field Enterprises, and photographs.
429 Correspondence. Post-Expedition, 1962 - 1964. Correspondence with the National Geographic Society, J. S. Milledge, Field Enterprises, etc.
4210 Correspondence. Pre-Expedition, 1958 - 1960. Correspondence with Edmund Hillary, Charles Harington, Marlin Perkins, etc. Includes newspaper clipping.
431 Correspondence. Results, 1961 - 1964. Includes correspondence among members of the scientific team.
432 EKGs. Volume 1. Standard EKG. August 6, 1960 - January 27, 1961.
433 EKGs. Volume 2. Standard EKG. April 2, 1961 - March 15, 1961.
434 EKGs. Volume 3. April - May 1961. EKG Silver Hut, Camps 3 and 5. Rest and work.
435 EKGs. Work. June 8, 1960 - June 29, 1960.
436 EKGs. Work. December 7, 1960 - February 13, 1961.
437 Equipment. Calibration, 1960 - 1961. Data, graphs and tables for the aneroid barometer and the pocket surveying aneroid.
438 Equipment. Cycle ergometer. Undated color photographs and slides showing ergometer and people.
439 Equipment. Lists for packing, 1960. Lists titled "Chemical Trunk," "Contents of Microscope Case for India," etc.
4310 Equipment. Lists for tentative field program - First ten weeks, 1960. Handwritten notes and typescript lists.
441 Equipment. Lists for tools and materials, 1960. Typescript and handwritten. Includes black-and-white print of Pugh [?] in oxygen mask.
442 Equipment. Mr. Matthew's store and balance room, 1960 - 1961.
443 Equipment. Physiological, 1960 - 1961. Handwritten and typescript lists and checklists.
444 Equipment. Sent by boat, 1960 - 1961. Typescript lists of equipment, food and monetary value.
445 Equipment. Summaries, 1960 - 1961. Typescript lists of equipment with shipping information. Includes receipts for meals.
446 Equipment. Suppliers' correspondence - A, 1960 - 1969. Includes list of all equipment suppliers.
447 Equipment. Suppliers' correspondence - Bec to But, 1960 - 1961.
448 Equipment. Suppliers' correspondence - British Petroleum Company, Ltd., 1960.
449 Equipment. Suppliers' correspondence - S to V, 1960.
4410 Equipment. Suppliers' correspondence - W, 1960 - 1963.
4411 Finances. Accounts, 1960 - 1961. Part 1. Correspondence with Westminster Bank and Field Enterprises regarding Himalayan account.
451 Finances. Accounts, 1960 - 1964. Part 2. Correspondence and invoices.
452 Finances. Receipts, 1960. Part 1.
453 Finances. Receipts, 1960. Part 2.
454 Finances. Receipts, 1960 - 1962. Part 3.
455FB-280-16Graphs, 1960 - 1961. Graphs and handwritten data. Oversize.
456FB-280-17Graphs and tables, 1960 - 1962. Graphs, tables, handwritten data for slides included discarded originals, 1962. Oversize.
457 Hillary, Edmund - Memorandum. Ca. 1960s. Typescript of "Himalayan Expedition 1960/61" by Edmund Hillary.
458 Minutes, 1960. Typescript minutes of meetings held at the Medical Research Council Laboratories by scientific members of expedition.
459 Newspaper clippings, 1960 - 1961.
4510 Office of the High Commission of India, Commerce Department. Indian Customs Tariff, 1957 - 1960. Typescript lists of rates and "press notes" on Indian customs regulations related to expedition equipment. Includes typescript lists of equipment value and weight.
4511 Photographic materials. Man Bahadur, 1960 - 1961. Black-and-white prints of Nepalese pilgrim.
4512 Photographic materials. Ming Bo, Helicopter and Plane, 1960 - 1961. Color slides. Aerial views, camp sites, village scenes, and native people.
4513 Photographic materials. Miscellaneous color slides, 1960 - 1961. Exterior and interior of Silver Hut, expedition members, equipment, terrain, and local people.
461 Photographic Material. Slides sent by Sir Edmund Hillary, 1960 - 1961. Blueprints for Silver Hut, phases of construction, interior and exterior, expedition members, equipment, terrain, local people, and buildings.
462 Physiological research, 1960 - 1961. Handwritten notes, data and tables.
463 Plan for a Combined Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition to Mt. Everest. Ca. 1960s. Typescript draft.
464 Rations, 1960. Includes correspondence with Edmund Hillary and others.
465 Scientific Programme of February, 1960 with a Note Bringing the Programme up to Date - 26th August, 1960, 1960. Outline of program of study by Pugh [?].
466 Silver Hut, 1959 - 1963. Blueprints, instructions, "Procedure for the Erection of the Personnel Accomodation and Laboratory Hut," correspondence, and photographs.
467 Silver Hut, 1960 - 1961. "Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition: Physiological Programme for Wintering Party Dates November 15 to March 15." Includes "Instructions for Blood Count with the Cooke McArthur Microscope," and correspondence.
468 Wintering on the Roof of the World, 1962. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, vol. 122, no 4, October, 1962. Barry C. Bishop's article on the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, 1960-1961.
469 WORLD BOOK ENCYLOPEDIA. Field Enterprises Educational Corporation, 1960. Legal agreement from the Expedition sponsor. Includes correspondence from Edmund Hillary and the Medical Defence Union.

Miscellaneous Expeditions, 1947-1971

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4610 Annapurna Expedition, 1954 - 1955. Sponsored by the Mountaineering Club of North Wales. Correspondence and list of apparatus.
4611 Army Annapurna Expedition, 1969 - 1970. Physiological data on Expedition members, EKGs, protocols, correspondence, and newspaper clipping.
4612 International Himalayan Expedition, 1970 - 1971. Sponsored by the British Broadcasting Company (?). "Expedition Newsletter Number 9, dated 12-27-1970," physiological data on members' EKGs, and protocols.
4613 K2 and the Karakoram Range, 1953. Correspondence regarding an expedition by the Pakistan army.
4614 Kangchenjunga [Himalayan] Expedition, 1954 - 1959. Correspondence regarding expedition from Charles Evans, Norman J. Hardie and others. Includes notes on rations and N.J. Hardie's "Notes on personal reactions to altitude and acclimatization."
4615 Report on Visit to Swiss Foundation for Alpine Research, September 22 - 25, 1952. By L.G.C. Pugh. Typescript with handwritten notes and graph. Includes R. Lambert's "Expedition Suisse au Mont Everest 1952" and Dr. Chevalley's "Mount Everest Expedition 1952." Includes correspondence.
4616 Royal Naval Expedition to the Arctic ("Operation Rusty"), 1947. Notebook with data on skin temperature, protective clothing and habitability of quarters on a military ship.
4617 Royal Naval Expedition to the Arctic ("Operation Rusty"), 1947. "A Report on Cold Weather Clothing," refers to Pugh's work during the Expedition. Includes photographs of Pugh and others with clothing.
4618 Schweizerische Stiftung fur Alpine Forschungen, 1952 - 1955. Correspondence, mainly regarding orders and payment for oxygen equipment.

PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1940-1949

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Channel Swimming

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471 References regarding swimming, 1940 - 1950. Index cards and annotated reprint.
472 Graphs. Lantern slides, 1949. Heat debt, formulas and apparatus. (British Postgraduate Medical School).
473 Notebook. Swimming data, 1949 - 1951. Pages 1-35 contain data from Royal Navy aircraft experiments, 1949; pages 36-end contain swimming data.
474 Notebook. Research data, 1950.
475 Correspondence, 1950 - 1957. Includes typescript "Obituary Notice, Major Jason Zirganos."
476 Landsdowne Club and laboratory results for Channel Swim, 1951. Physiological data on swimmers.
477 Graphs, 1953 - 1956. Lantern slides. Lung volume, pressure gradients, calculations.
481 Channel Race observations, 1954 - 1955. Protocols, racing data, tables, x-rays.
482 Correspondence, 1954 - 1955. Letters from A. R. Behnke, G.R. Hervey, Nello Pace, Sam Rockett. Includes typescript copy of Pugh's "Physiological Effects of Channel Swimming," and newspaper clippings.
483 Fat thickness, 1954 - 1956. Correspondence, data, tables, and graphs.
484 Analysis and results of samples from Channel swimming, 1955. Data, tables and graphs.
485 Body fat and measurements, 1956. Notes, data, protocol forms, and draft tables.
486 Folkestone Race, 1955. Notes, graphs and tables.
487 Folkestone Race, 1955. Swim programs, equipment lists, index cards, notes, and data.
491 Notebooks. Channel swim data, 1955.
492 Notebook. Physiological data on swimmers, 1955.
493 Notebook. Specific gravity, 1955.
494 Photographs of Channel swimmers for Channel swimming paper, 1955. Includes three slides.
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495 Physical characteristics of swimmers, 1955. Index cards with subject data, protocols and tables.
496 Somatotypes, 1955 - 1956. Correspondence, data, graphs, and tables.
497 Straits of Dover Race observations, 1955. Course information, maps and tide charts, speed, mileage, and weather data.
498 Notebook. Data on swimmers, 1956.

Lung Volume

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499 Notebook. Respiration, 1949 - 1959. Notes on experimental apparatus and methods.
4910 Dead space and lung volume, 1953 - 1955. Experimental notes and data.

Mountain Warfare Training Centre

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4911 Medical Analysis. Bedfordshire Yeomanry, 1939. Lists of names with height, weight, chest size, date and place of birth, and evaluative comments.
4912 Physiological data. Ca. 1940. Notes and calculations.
4913 Rations, operational and emergency. Ca. 1940. Notebook listing types, amounts of rations for various conditions, reports on campaign in Greece and correspondence.
4914 References graphs and tables. Ca. 1940. Includes "Graph to illustrate the effect of chilling on the temperature of muscle and blood in the abdominal aorta."
4915 Memoranda, directives, bulletins and notes, 1942 - 1943. Medical, clothing and equipment information.
4916 Rations 1942-1943 and 1943-1944. Lists of foods, ingredients, recipes.
501 Camping orders (Middle East Ski School), 1943. Typescript and handwritten memoranda and notes.
502 Danger to life and limb from natural conditions, 1943. Handwritten draft outline and protocols.
503 Leaders' courses, 1943. Progress cards, patrol reports and graphs.
504 Medical Analysis. 1st Battalion, S.A.S. Regiment, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on [prospective?] training course participants.
505 Medical Analysis. 2nd Battalion, Cameronians, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
506 Medical Analysis. 2nd Battalion, Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1943. Protocols. Military sevice records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
507 Medical Analysis. 2nd Battalion, Wiltshires, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
508 Medical Analysis. 7th Battalion, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
509 Medical Analysis. 8th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
5010 Medical Analysis. 9th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
5011 Medical Analysis. PAI [?] Force, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
5012 Medical Analysis. PAI [?] Force 3, 1943. Protocols. Military service records and background information on prospective [?] training course participants.
5013 Medical Analysis. Results and statistics, 1943. Comparative evaluations of fitness measures.
5014 Ski patrol reports, 1943. Load carrying and navigation experiments.
5015 Ski patrol reports, 1943. Notes on performance and metabolism for long range patrols.
5016 Miscellaneous notes, 1943 - 1944. "Notes on American Documents," "Rations for Mountaineer Troops," and "Advanced Training Tests" with formulas and calculations.
5017 Criticism of commando training pamphlet, 1943 - 1944. Handwritten draft. Includes typescript "Experiences with a Tank Battalion in Sicily with Reference to Rations and Messing," and notes, correspondence regarding operations in snow and cold. Also includes material on the step test.
5018 Equipment, 1943 - 1944. Typescript "Instructions Regarding Operation of Mountain Cooking Utensil," handwritten notes and miscellaneous memoranda.
5019 Experimental section, 1943 - 1944. Includes typescript, "Physiology of Ski-Training," comparative performance data, memoranda on training and plans for experiments.
5020 Notebook. Physiological data, 1943 - 1944. Data on subjects, formulas and notes.
511 Notes on bivouacs in snow, 1943 - 1944. Typescript for Mountaineer Wing, Mountain Warfare Training Centre. Includes diagrams of terrain and shelters.
512 Personnel, 1943 - 1944. Typescript "Vitamin C Shortage among Gurkhas," and pamphlet, "Medical Categories for Other Ranks."
513 Rations, 1943 - 1944. Typescripts of reports for the Mountaineer Wing, Mountain Warfare Training Centre, handwritten notes and correspondence.
514 Rations, Operational, 1943 - 1944. Ration survey and "Notes Re Mountaineer Troops Operational Ration Scale."
515 Royal Army Medical Corps exercises and programs, 1943 - 1944. Handwritten and typescript drafts of training course and exercise programs.
516 Selection process, 1943 - 1944. Part 1. Master list of soldiers with military service, personal and evaluative information.
517 Selection process, 1943 - 1944. Part 2. Typescript and handwritten lists of soldiers with military service, personal and medical information. Includes typescripts of "Vitamin Table Experiment" and "Modified Step Test."
518 Vitamin pills and step test, 1943 - 1944. Typescripts for Mountaineer Wing reports and memoranda, handwritten notes with data and procedures.
519 Physiological research, 1943 - 1945. Miscellaneous handwritten research notes, correspondence and military memoranda.
5110 Medical Analysis. Headquarters Force 133, 1944. Handwritten protocols and typescript "Records Of Individual Performances."
5111 Navigation, bearings and altimeter, 1944. Typescript "Ski Patrol Report," and handwritten research notes.
5112 Royal Army Medical Corps, 1944. Physiological research data, notes and correspondence.
5113 HANDBOOK OF RESPIRATORY DATA IN AVIATION, 1944. Prepared Under the Direction of the Subcommittee on Oxygen and Anoxia of the Committee of Aviation Medicine, Division of Medical Sciences, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Includes tipped-in reference material.
5114 Index of fitness of 104 selected troops after one month's ski training compared with that of 21 instructors, 1944. Hand drawn graph and data on subjects studied.
5115 Stretcher bearer training, 1944. Typescripts for Mountaineer Wing report, "Training Syllabus for Medical Personnel."
5116 Training, 1943 - 1944. Handwritten and typescript notes for lectures.
5117 Hospital admission slips, 1944 - 1945. Eleven admission records for trench foot and frostbite with Pugh's "Brief Clinical Notes."

Polish Refugee Camp and Epidemic Typhus

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521 Report to Medical Liason Officer to Polish Camp AWZ on relinquishing his appointment, 1942. Handwritten draft. Includes miscellaneous notes, memoranda and correspondence regarding refugee camp.
522 Notebook. Typhus Fever, 1943. Patient information, research data, hand drawn map and tables.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

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523 Rheumatoid arthritis, 1945. Correspondence and notes by T.A. Christie. Includes notebook with patient data.
524 Rheumatoid arthritis, 1945. Patient data, laboratory requests and research notes.
525 Notebook. Rheumatoid arthritis data, 1947 - 1950. Includes miscellaneous typescript and handwritten notes.
526 Notebook. Hammersmith Hospital, 1948 - 1949. Notes and data on patients and procedures.

PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1950-1959

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Blood Experiments

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527 Blood experiments, 1950 - 1959. Index cards with summary information on experiments and techniques.
528 Blood gas analysis techniques, 1950. Handwritten and typed procedures.
529 Eosinophile graphs and research notes, 1951.
5210 Notebooks. Eosinophile experiments, 1951. Data and tables on subjects.
5211 Blood gas analysis techniques, 1955 - 1956. Graphs, notes and annotated reprints. Includes correspondence. Also includes typescript, "The Control of Respiration at High Altitudes," by J.L.H. O'Riordan, 1960
5212 Blood experiment on seals, 1956. Handwritten calculations.
5213 Blood volume work, 1956 - 1957. Handwritten calculations.
5214 Notebook. Carbon monoxide experiments, 1956 - 1957. Cover title, "Carbon Monoxide Dissociation Curves (with Dr. Joels) Including Pipette Calibration."
531 Smoking, effects of, 1957. Handwritten research notes.
532 St. Thomas' Hospital, 1958 - 1959. Experimental data with Maureen Young. "Analysis on Roughton Scholander Syringe," "Experiments on Mother's and Baby's Blood."
533 Notebook. Blood work, 1959. "Calibration of Rotameters."
534 Blood volume, carbon monoxide, etc., 1962. Handwritten notes and data.
535 Notebook. Blood volume data, 1966 - 1972.
536 Graph. Hemoglobin concentration. Undated.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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537 Index cards, 1953. "Carbon Monoxide Poisoning File". Single card with folder headings.
538 Carbon monoxide experiments, 1953. Handwritten notes and typescript. Typescripts of memos by M. Samueloff.
539 Carbon monoxide experiments. Subject data, 1956 - 1957. Part 1. Experiments 1-20.
5310 Carbon monoxide experiments. Subject data, 1956 - 1957. Part 2. Experiments 21-37.
5311 Carbon monoxide experiments. Subject data, 1956 - 1957. Part 3. Experiments 39-55.
5312 Carbon monoxide experiments. Subject data, 1956 - 1957. Part 4. Experiments 56-63.
5313 Graphs, 1958 - 1960. Lantern slides. Data on carbon monoxide, work rates, lung gas pressure.

Hypnosis

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5314 Experiments 1-6, 1959 - 1960. Protocols and graphs.
541 Experiments 7-11, 1959 - 1960. Protocols and graphs.
542 Experiments 12-25, 1959 - 1960. Protocols and graphs.
543 Notebook. Metabolism and respiration. Tables and graphs.
544 Summary tables, graphs and notes, 1959 - 1960. Includes pamphlet, "Hypnosis in the General Hospital," by L. Goldie.

Miscellaneous Experiments, "Old"

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545 Index cards, 1950. Pugh's file of experiments, arranged alphabetically by subject, with annotations and location information.
546 Thermometer, 1951. "National Physical Laboratory Certificate of Examination of Thermometer," for the months of February, June and August.
547 Fat and muscle experiments. Thermal conductivity (Hatfield experiment), 1950. Handwritten and typescript notes, calculations and graphs.
548 Catheterization, liver, 1950. Handwritten notes, calculations and graphs.
549 Heat cradle and plethysmography, 1950. Correspondence and notes.
5410 Rubber, thermal conductivity of, 1951. Handwritten calculations and notes.
5411 Agar cake experiment, 1951 - 1952. Connected with Hatfield experiment and thermocouple tests.
5412 Notebook. Insulation and immersion suits experiment, 1951 - 1952. Notes, calculations and tables.
5413 Immersion suits experiment, 1951 - 1952. Correspondence, data, graphs, and newspaper clippings.
5414 Bath experiments, 1951 - 1955. Time, temperature, skin thickness data for various subjects immersed in water. Tables and graphs.
5415 Experiments on living animals. Licenses, 1951 - 1955.
5416 Skin temperature experiments. Galvanometers, 1952. Data, diagrams, graphs, and notes.
5417 Cortisone, action of, 1954. "Dr. Cooper's Experiment." Typescript of "Program of Experiment on the Action of Cortisone," calculations and notes.
551 Carbon dioxide experiments. Carbon dioxide sensitivity, 1954 - 1955. Experiments 1-5. Handwritten protocols, notes and graphs.
552 Anti-diuresis experiment in rats, 1955. Handwritten and typescript data, calculations and graphs.
553FB-281-09Anti-diuresis experiment in rats, 1955. Graphs. Oversize.
554 Notebook. Anti-diuresis experiment in rats, 1955. "Burn's Test: Anti-Diuresis." Calculations, tables and graph. Includes pharmaceutical company brochures.
555 Skinfold experiments, 1955. "Lung Volume and Body Fat." Calculations, data, notes and correspondence.
556FB-281-09Skinfold experiments, 1955. X-Rays. "Lung Volume and Body Fat." Oversize.
557 Body fat, 1959. "Method of determining body fat by inhalation of nitrous oxide and cyclopropane." Typescript formulas, handwritten notes and correspondence.
558 Nitrous oxide experiment, 1959. Handwritten notes.

Respiration and Poliomyelitis

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559 Breathing machine references. Undated index cards with manufacturers' names and address. Includes index for "Lung Volume."
5510 Poliomyelitis cases, 1954 - 1955. Patient data and "Poliomyelitis 1954: Annual Statistical Review," issued by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.
5511 Poliomyelitis. Correspondence, 1954 - 1957. Correspondence with E.A. Carmichael, I. Donald, A.C. Dornhorst, A.B. Kinnier Wilson, M. Kremer, N.H. Martin, E.A. Pask, W. Ritchie Russell, H.J. Seddon, and R.V. Walley. Includes typescript of Pugh's "Breathing Machines and Assisted Respiration," and annotated photographs.
5512 Poliomyelitis. Working Party on Bulbar Paralysis, 1954 - 1957. Part 1. Typescript and handwritten memoranda, research notes.
5513 Poliomyelitis. Working Party on Bulbar Paralysis, 1954 - 1957. Part 2. Minutes, press releases and reports. Includes correspondence.
5514 Poliomyelitis file. Program at Queen's Square, 1955 - 1956. Typescript protocols, program description, handwritten notes, and a graph.
5515 Institute of Orthopaedics. Handbooks, 1955 - 1959. Includes agenda, minutes and correspondence.
5516 Breathing Machines Group. Technical Subcommittee, Ministry of Health, Medical Supplies Working Group, 1955 - 1960. Part 1. Agenda, minutes, proposals, reports, and correspondence. See also Series 3, "Report on Visit to Copenhagen and Stockholm to Study the Methods of Handling Respiratory Insufficiency in Cases of Poliomyelitis."
5517 Breathing Machines Group. Technical Subcommittee, Ministry of Health, Medical Supplies Working Group, 1955 - 1960. Part 2. Minutes, reports, correspondence, and photographs of equipment. Includes "Die kunstliche Atmung" by A. Buhlmann and P. Luchsinger.

Resting Experiments

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561 Index cards, 1956 - 1964. Two cards, "Meditation Experiments" and "Slimming Experiments." Unannotated.
562 Slimming experiment, 1956 - 1957. Patient data, research notes, correspondence, and newspaper clipping.
563 Meditation, 1964. Protocols, EKGs, and correspondence.

Solar Radiation

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564 Radiation, calculations, 1958. Handwritten research notes. Includes "Trans-Antarctic data."
565 Clothing insulation experiments, 1958 - 1959. "Blue Parka." Handwritten protocols and research notes.
566 Clothing, temperatures and radiation experiments, 1958 - 1959. Protocols. "Three experiments." "Clothing worn by members of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic [Expedition] to the South Pole."
567 Protocol of clothing, temperature and radiation experiment, 31st January, 1959. Typescript protocols.
568 Shadow graphs, 1959. Handwritten research data and graph.

Work Experiments

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569 Index cards, 1951 - 1965. Pugh's subject classification of experiments, some with references and location information.
5610 Harvard step test experiments, 1951 - 1954. Research data, "WIa-WIc."
5611 Swimming experiments, 1951 - 1955. Oxygen consumption, ventilation and calorie cost data on subjects, including Pugh. Handwritten notes and a graph.
5612 Snowdon experiments, 1954. "IMP and Douglas bags." Research notes and protocols.
5613 Standing and horizontal walking experiments, 1954 - 1965. Protocols, graphs and research data.
5614 Walking experiments. Frognal Street, 1955 - 1960. Protocols, graphs and research data.
5615 Treadmill experiments, 1957. Protocols. Includes Pugh as subject.
5616 Bicycle experiments. Heart rate charts, 1959 - 1960. Protocols, EKGs, graphs
571 Protocols, 1959 - 1960. Includes handwritten experimental data.
572 Bicycle experiments using Wolff temperature pill, 1959 - 1965. Protocols, graphs and research notes.
573 Ergometer experiments, 1959 - 1965. Protocols, typescript of "Analysis of Ergometer Experiments, 1959-1964" and graphs.
574 Notebook. Bicycle experiments, 1963 - 1964. Heart rate charts, EKGs and research data.
575 Bicycle experiments. Athletes breathing different gas mixtures, 1964. Protocols, graphs and research notes.

PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1960-1969

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Bracknell 40 Km. Trials

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576 Index of graphs, 1960 - 1969. Index for entire decade on various physiological studies. Each page shows graph, the date produced, date redrawn, etc.
577 Index of prints and slides, 1961 - 1969. Handwritten list employing Pugh's numbered system.
578 Temperatures. Marathon races, 1966 - 1970. Tables and graphs.
579 40 Kilometer trials. Times, speeds and experimental results, 1968. Typescript notes, tables and correspondence.
5710 Blood and associated results, 1968. Protocols, tables and notes.
581FB-280-04Graphs, 1968. Oversize.
582 Notebook. Lactic acid results, 1968. Graphs and handwritten research data.
583 Post-race subjective observations, 1968. Research notes on individual runners, index cards and start time lists.
584 Tables and results, 1968. Handwritten tables on physiological measurements.
585 Urine results and weather, 1968. Protocols, graphs and correspondence.
586 Weight. Runners and walkers, 1968. Tables, graphs and correspondence.

Cardiac Output

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587 Acetylene method, 1963. "Working sheets." Graphs and research data.
588FB-280-10Acetylene method, 1963. Graphs. Oversize.
589 Carbon dioxide method. Derived data, 1963. Experiments 19 - 21. Graphs and EKGs.
5810 Carbon dioxide method. Derived data, 1963. Experiments 22 - 25. Graphs and EKGs.
5811 Errors of analysis using Haldane combustion method, 1963. Graphs, tables and notes.
5812 Notebooks. Acetylene method and cardiac output, 1963.
5813 Acetylene method comparison, 1963 - 1964. Research data, graphs and handwritten notes for acetylene paper.
5814 Protocols. Experiments 1 - 35, 1963 - 1964.
5815 Protocols. Experiments 36 - 70, 1963 - 1964.
591 Protocols. Experiments 82 - 87, 1963 - 1964. Includes notes and graphs.
592 Protocols and results, 1963 - 1964. Research notes, graphs and tables.
593 Research data, 1963 - 1964. Tables and graphs of results.

Edale 1 and 2 - Exposure

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594 Index cards, 1964 - 1965. Pugh's descriptions of experiments.
595 Experimental program for Chapel-en-le-Frith, October 16-17, 1964. Includes slides of people, maps and terrain.
596 Notebook. Blood volume, 1964.
597 Notebook. Lactic acid, 1964.
598 Exercise. Edale 1, October 16-17, progress report, 1964. Typescript and handwritten notes, data and correspondence.
599 Proposal for a Field Study of Exposure and Fatigue in Collaboration with the Boy Scouts Association, 1964. Derbyshire. Typescript notes and addresses.
5910 Blood pressure and heart rate, 1964 - 1965. Graphs, food intake lists and correspondence.
5911 Blood results, 1964 - 1965. Tables.
5912 Blood volume and electrolytes, 1964 - 1965. Handwritten and typescripts notes, data and blood volume notebook pages, October, 1964.
5913 Cases of exposure and exhaustion in Snowdonia, January 1960 - December 1963, 1964 - 1965. Typescript dated June 6, 1964.
5914 Equipment lists, 1964 - 1965.
5915 Heart rate and blood pressure, 1964 - 1965. Tables and first figures.
5916 Hematocrits and hemoglobins, 1964 - 1965. Handwritten data.
5917 Lactic acid, 1964 - 1965. Graphs and handwritten data.
5918 Lactic acid, 1964 - 1965. Handwritten and typescript data and graphs.
601 Mean skin temperatures, 1964 - 1965. Research data, graphs and tables.
602 Notebook. Rover Scouts exposure experiments, Derbyshire, 1964 - 1965.
603 Ordnance Survey maps: Buxton and Matlock (E1) Huddersfield (E2), 1964 - 1965.
604 Plasma protein electrophoresis. Derby dates investigation results, 1964 - 1965. Graphs.
605 Proforma, 1964 - 1965. Histories and clinical data.
606 Rough notes and tables for paper, 1964 - 1965.
607 Skin temperature, blood volume and ketones, 1964 - 1965. See also Series 3: "Thermal, Metabolic, Blood and Circulatory Adjustments in Prolonged Outdoor Exercise," (1969).
608 Time walking, at check-points and tables, 1964 - 1965. Handwritten research data and tables.
609 Urine. Test results, 1964 - 1965. Handwritten and typescript tables.
6010 Weather and exercise data, 1964 - 1965. Research data and graphs.
6011 Energy expenditures, 1965. Protocols.
6012 Exercise. Edale 2, 1965. 29 - 30 January, 1965. Includes correspondence.
6013 Pill [temperature] instructions, 1965. Handwritten and typescript drafts. Includes frequency graphs.
6014 Postcards of cold rating, 1965.

Exposure

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6015 Index cards, 1965 - 1971. Pugh's descriptions of experiments.
6016 Survival apparatus, 1957 - 1959. Correspondence.
6017 Accidents, 1963. Black-and-white slides of graphs and tables regarding mountaineering accidents.
6018 Wind tunnel experiments 1 - 4, 1965. Protocols, results and tables.
6019 Calculations and post-mortem examinations, 1965 - 1966. Research data, graphs and tables.
611 Graphs. Unpublished, 1965 - 1966.
612 Dew point temperature graphs, 1966. Graphs and electrocardiograms.
613 Cold chamber experiments, 1966 - 1967. Protocols and notes.
614 Cold chamber experiments 5 - 11, 1966 - 1967. Graphs and data.
615 Exposure case histories, 1966 - 1971. Correspondence, protocols and newspaper clippings.
616 Survival suit, 1968. Correspondence. Includes sample material from Vacuum Metallurgical Development, Ltd.

Farnborough Treadmill

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617 Research data, 1967 - 1968. Protocols, graphs and photographs.
618 Treadmill exercise and wind effect, 1967 - 1968. Part 1. Protocols, photographs, graphs, and notes.
619 Treadmill exercise and wind effect, 1967 - 1968. Part 2. Protocols, tables, graphs, and notes.
621 Photographic material, 1968. Prints of treadmill running labeled "Dr. Kerslake."

Font Romeu Pre-Olympic Games Training Center

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622 Index cards, 1967. Pugh's description of experiments.
623 Blood results, 1967. Graphs, EKGs, research notes, and tables. Includes data from Font Romeu and Bracknell.
624 Equipment, 1967. Lists and correspondence.
625FB-280-14Graphs, 1967. Includes temperature curve graphs and data. Oversize.
626 Lactic acid results, 1967. Handwritten research data.
627 Notebook, 1967 - 1969. Research data from Font Romeu, September-October, 1967; Farnborough, December, 1967; and, Hampstead, December, 1969.
628 Notebook. Temperature pills, calibration and use, 1967.
629 Oxygen consumption, 1967. Graphs.
6210 Pre-Olympic training project, 1967. Reports, programs and proposed physiological investigations.
6211 Protocols. Runners, 1967. Protocols and handwritten research data.
6212 Protocols. Walkers, 1967. Protocols, graphs and correspondence. Includes Bracknell pre-altitude trip data dated September 14, 1967.
6213 Results, 1967. Graphs, tables and research notes.
6214 Results. Tables, 1967. Typescript tables and handwritten research notes.
6215 Twenty- and three-mile race results, 1967. Graphs, notes and tables.

Himalayan Blood

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631 Blood paper number 2, 1960 - 1961. Research data, graphs, and tables.
632 Blood pH, 1960 - 1961. Tables, final results, graphs, and summary sheets.
633 Calculations and working sheets, 1960 - 1961. Typescript tables regarding carbon dioxide dissociation curves, log plots, pH, and percentage saturation of hemoglobin.
634 Graphs, 1960 - 1961. Regarding altitude records, programs at Green, Silver and Top huts and hemoglobin of Sherpas.
635 Hemoglobin, blood volume and carbon dioxide, 1960 - 1961. Handwritten research data.
636 Notebook. Blood volume, 1960 - 1961.
637 PH blood paper, 1960 - 1961. Research data, tables and graphs.
638 Results, 1960 - 1961. Research notes and tables. Includes blood and miscellaneous data.
639 Working sheets, 1960 - 1961. Research data, graphs and tables. Includes pH calculations by various methods.

Himalayan Expedition Experiments

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6310 Altitude, 1960 - 1961. Summaries and working sheets, uncorrected data.
6311 Cardiac output protocols, 1960 - 1961. Protocols and original graphs.
6312 Cardiac output tables, 1960 - 1961. Research notes and tables. Includes evaluation of methods of estimating cardiac output.
6313 Corrected data, 1960 - 1961. Handwritten research data and tables. Includes final results.
6314 Data on members of expedition, 1960 - 1961. Research data, tables and EKGs.
641 Diary. Two volumes, 1960 - 1961. September 14, 1960 - February 1, 1961 and February 26, 1961 to May 14, 1961.
642 Graphs, 1960 - 1961. Handwritten graphs, "Miscellaneous" and "Exercise."
643 Makalu scientific program, 1960 - 1961. Protocols and notes.
644 Notebook. Addresses, 1960 - 1961.
645 Notebook. Ampoules - Three volumes, 1960 - 1961. Research data on "Ampoules of expired air taken on Himalayan Expedition," "Evacuated samples analysis by Haldane, 1961," and "Apparatus returned."
646 Notebook. Haldane - Two volumes, 1960 - 1961. "1960 Haldane - Analysis of gas samples, Sea Level."
647 Notebook. Man Bahadur, 1960 - 1961. Includes research data and graphs on the Nepalese pilgrim.
648 Notebook. Results, 1960 - 1961. With Pugh's annotation on cover, "Very Important Book."
649 Original data, 1960 - 1961. Research data on blood pressure, stp factors and "Useful Contributions File."
6410 Protocols. Indians and Sherpas, 1960 - 1961. Includes research data and "summary sheets and graphs done at altitude" on subjects at rest.
651 Protocols. Sea level work experiments, 1960 - 1961. Part 1.
652 Protocols. Sea level work experiments, 1960 - 1961. Part 2.
653 Protocols. Sea level work experiments, 1960 - 1961. Part 3.
654 Protocols. Silver Hut, 1960 - 1961.
655 Sea level data summaries, 1960 - 1961. Tables and graphs.
656 Summary sheets. Analysis of evacuated samples, 1960 - 1961. Typescript and handwritten tables.
657 Tables. Sea level to 24,000 feet, 1960 - 1961. Typescript tables.
658 Tables. Work paper, 1961. Typescript and handwritten tables regarding muscular exercise.
659 Working experiments, 1960 - 1961. Protocols, data and graphs on Pugh as the research subject.

Marathon Running

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6510 Miscellaneous data including Kingston, Jamaica, race, 1966 - 1968. Handwritten graphs, research data and typescript notes regarding "thermal limitations in marathon running."
6511 Prime data. Witney and Windsor to Chiswick races, 1966 - 1968. Handwritten research data and tables.
6512 Lactic acid results, 1967. Graphs and research data.
661 Diets, 1968. Correspondence, runner's questionnaires and typescript of "Saltin Plan for Increased Muscle Glycogen."
662 Prime data. Finchley 20 Race, 1968. Research notes and tables.
663 Temperature and weight. Bracknell, Windsor, Witney and Finchley races, 1968. Tables and research data.

Mexico City, 1965

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664 Index cards, 1965. Pugh's description of experiments.
665 Complete tables of results, 1965. Handwritten tables on oxygen intake, work rates, carbon dioxide percentages, etc.
666 Extrapolated data from Asmussen Boje, 1965. Graphs and research notes on muscular exercise, respiration and hemoglobin.
667FB-281-01Graphs, 1965. Graphs and handwritten research data on "[British Olympic Association] Athletes, 1965," and final graphs for papers and other prints. Oversize.
668 Graphs and tables. Efficiency data on athletes, 1965.
669 Graphs and tables. Hemoglobin data on athletes, 1965. Includes material on apparatus and techniques. Also includes correspondence, 1966.
6610 Graphs and tables. Miscellaneous data on athletes, 1965.
6611 Graphs and tables. Oxygen consumption, work rate, etc., on athletes, 1965.
6612 Notebook. 1965 British Olympic Association altitude investigation on six athletes, 1965. Handwritten research data, photographs and one slide.
6613 Notebook. Oximetry and hemoglobin-oxygen saturation, 1965. Includes graphs.
671 Notebook. Newspaper clippings, 1965 - 1966.
672 Notebooks. Haldane four and five, 1965.
673 Notebooks. Heart rates, temperature and equipment, 1965.
674 Protocols. Altitude, 1965. March to December 1965.
675 Protocols. Sea level and altitude, 1965. Part 1.
676 Protocols. Sea level and altitude, 1965. Part 2.
677 Three mile time trial results, 1965. Research data on race means and systolic blood pressure.
678 Useful information, 1965. Handwritten research data, graphs and typed tables. Includes addresses of athletes, weights, formula, and heart rate recovery data.
679FB-281-02Olympic hazard. High altitude tests in Mexico, 1966. Article in THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, January 1, 1966. Oversize.

Mexico City, 1967-1968

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6710 Index cards, 1967. Pugh's description of experiments.
6711 Graphs. Oxygen uptake, 1967. Includes research data on athletes and miscellaneous negatives of graphs.
6712 Graphs. Preliminary, 1967.
6713FB-281-03Graphs. Running, 1967. Oversize.
6714 Graphs and tables. Speed and timing data on athletes, 1967.
681 Notebook. PH measurements, 1967.
682 Notebook. Physiological data, 1967.
683 Protocols and data on athletes, 1967. Skin temperatures, speeds and times.
684 British Olympic Association's Official Report of the Olympic Games, 1968. Article mentions Pugh.
685 Calcium determinations, urine, plasma, and sweat, 1968. Research notes, graphs and results.
686 Electrocardiograms (EKGs), 1968.
687FB-281-04Scrapbook, 1968. Olympic distance runner and long term Pugh research subject Mike Turner's compilation of Olympic game results, newspaper clippings and annotations. Oversize.
688 Sweat samples and calibration curves, 1968. Graphs.
689 Temperatures and weight change, 1968. Tables and graphs.
6810FB-281-05Graphs, 1968 - 1969. Oversize.
6811 Notebook. Temperatures, 1968 - 1973. "Mexico, Cambridge, Hampstead, thermography, telemetry and Ellab" Includes research data, tables, graphs, and four slides of track and a runner.

Miscellaneous Experiments, "Z Series"

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691 Index cards, 1960 - 1969. Pugh's descriptions of experiments.
692 Cooling curve of sodium sulphate, 1951. Research notes and graphs.
693 Calibrations and instructions. Ca. 1960s.
694 Oxygen flow. Ca. 1960s. Includes handwritten notes and reference materials.
695 Tables and conversion factors. Ca. 1960s. Includes notes, graphs and tables.
696 Work rate, oxygen saturation and calculator formulas. Ca. 1960s. Includes research notes, graphs and formulas.
697 Notebook. Laboratory techniques, 1960 - 1964.
698 Oxygen and carbon monoxide permeability, 1962 - 1969. Graphs and data.
699 Tissue conductance, oxygen debt and recovery, 1962 - 1969.
6910 The oxygen cost of breathing, 1963 - 1966. Early handwritten notes and reference material.
6911 Lactic acid, 1965 - 1975. Notes, tables and graphs.
6912 Notebooks. Lactic acid, 1967.
6913 Blood glucose determinations, 1968 - 1971. Notes, graphs and references.
6914 Blood lactate determinations, 1969 - 1970. Graphs and data.
6915 Calibrations. Ca. 1970s. Tables, notes and graphs.
6916 Crankshaft comparisons experiment. Ca. 1970s. Notes and graphs.
6917 Graphs. Ca. 1970s. Miscellaneous handwritten graphs.
6918 Bio-chemical methods, blood, hemoglobin, glucose lactate, 1970. Notes and reference materials.
6919 Temperatures. Women, 1970. Research data and tables.
701 Blood lactate determinations, 1970 - 1971. Graphs and research data.
702 Blood lactate determinations, 1971 - 1972. Results and graphs.
703 Valve resistance, 1971 - 1972. Notes, graphs and EKGs. Includes measurements of resistance to flow of the total respiratory system.

Motspur Park and St. Mary's Tracks

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704 Index cards, 1966 - 1969. Pugh's descriptions of experiments.
705 Energy cost of running, 1966 - 1969. Graphs, tables and notes.
706 Glycogen-fat study, 1966 - 1969. Protocols, graphs and notes.
707FB-282-04Graphs. Effect of running on tracks and treadmills, 1966 - 1969. Oversize.
708FB-281-06Graphs. Respiratory exchange, 1966 - 1969. Oversize.
709 Notebook. Track running, 1966 - 1969.
7010 Oxygen intake, 1966 - 1969. Graphs and notes.
7011 Protocols #83 - 90, 1966 - 1969. Protocols, graphs and notes.
7012 Protocols #92 - 93 and results, 1966 - 1969. Protocols, graphs and notes.

Ski Girls

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7013 Notebooks. Hemoglobins, 1963 - 1966.
7014FB-281-14Graphs, 1966. Oversize.
7015 Normal girls, 1966 - 1967. Protocols and notes.
7016 Girl skiers, Olympic skiers and normals, 1966 - 1968. Graphs, tables, correspondence and research data labeled "Results."
711 Experiments on girls. Olympic skiers, skiers and normals, 1966 - 1969. Part 1. EKGs.
712 Experiments on girls. Olympic skiers, skiers and normals, 1966 - 1969. Part 2. EKGs.
713 Experiments on girls. Olympic skiers, skiers and normals, 1966 - 1969. Part 3. EKGs.
721 Experiments on girls. Olympic skiers, skiers and normals, 1966 - 1969. Part 4. EKGs.
722 Experiments on girls. Olympic skiers, skiers and normals, 1966 - 1969. Part 5. EKGs.
723 Experiments on girls. Olympic skiers, skiers and normals, 1966 - 1969. Part 6, number 1. EKGs.
724 Experiments on girls. Olympic skiers, skiers and normals, 1966 - 1969. Part 6, number 2. EKGs.
731 Correspondence, newsclippings and photographs, 1966 - 1970.
732 Results, 1966 - 1970. Tables and notes.
733 Normal girls, 1966 - 1972. Protocols, notes and EKGs.
734 Experiments on girls, 1966 - 1974. Part 1. Protocols and notes.
735 Experiments on girls, 1966 - 1974. Part 2. Protocols, notes and EKGs
736 Experiments on girls, 1966 - 1974. Part 3. Protocols, notes and EKGs.
737 Experiments on girls, 1966 - 1974. Part 4. Protocols, notes and EKGs.
738 Experiments on girls, 1966 - 1974. Part 5. Protocols, notes and EKGs.
741 Experiments on girls, 1966 - 1974. Part 6. Protocols, notes and EKGs.
742 Results, 1967. Graphs and notes.
743 Results. Crystal Palace and Hammersmith, 1970 - 1971. Notes, graphs and tables.
744 Maximum oxygen intake on female skiers and non-skiers, 1972. Research data, tables and graphs.
745 Normal girls, 1972. Protocols, notes and EKGs.
746 Skiers, laboratory assistants and student comparison experiments, 1972. Research data, tables and graphs.

Skin and Rectal Temperature

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747 Graphs. Ca. 1960s.
748 Wind, running, temperature, circulation. Ca. 1960s. Notes and graphs.
749 Comparison of data from Cambridge, Mexico City and Hampstead wind tunnel, 1967 - 1970. Graphs and notes.
751 Graphs, 1967 - 1971. "Preliminary, incomplete and final, not for publication."
752 Master sheets, 1967 - 1974. Tables and research notes regarding mean skin and rectal temperature in outdoor running.
753 Telemeter temperature skin leads and calibration data, 1969. Typescript data, notes, EKGs and graphs.
754 Fenner's track, Cambridge, 1969 - 1970. Protocols, graphs, EKGs, notes, and map.
755 Crystal Palace 30 kilometer race, 1970. Results, correspondence and notes.
756 Measurements in a controlled environment, 1970. Protocols, graphs and notes. Includes data from Hampstead wind tunnel.
757 Respiratory (expired) water and metabolic weight loss, 1971. Notes and graphs.
758 Heat regulation in runners. Recalculated results, 1975. Handwritten research notes and graphs.
759 Heat regulation in runners. Results, 1975. Protocols and research data.

Solar Radiation

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7510FB-282-06Graphs, 1958 - 1962. Includes solar radiation data from Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1958) and Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition (1960-61). Oversize.
7511 Graphs. Ca. 1960s.
7512 Correspondence, research data and notes. Ca. 1960s and 1970s.
7513 Kew Observatory, 1963 - 1970. Notes, correspondence, graphs, and tables.
7514 Calculations of solar altitude, 1967 - 1968. Handwritten research notes.
7515 Recalculations. Solar attitude. Mexico, 1967 - 1968. Notes and tables.
7516 Areas. Tables of albedos and absorptance, 1968. Tables and notes.
7517 Environmental co-efficients. Transmittance of clothing, 1968. Handwritten notes.
7518 Heat exchange of long wave radiation, 1968. Protocols and notes.
7519 References. Ca. 1970s.
7520 Index to slides and graphs on radiation, 1975.

Treadmill Wind Experiments

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7521 Protocols, 1967 - 1969. Protocols, graphs and notes.
7522 Work rate and oxygen consumption, 1967 - 1969. Research data, tables and graphs.
761FB-281-20Graphs, 1968. Includes both track and treadmill graphs. Oversize.
762 Analysis. Wind and drag, 1969. Notes, data and graphs.
763 Calibrations. Anemometers, 1969. Includes data from Hampstead and Farnsborough wind tunnels.
764 Calibrations. Wind tunnel fan, 1969. Includes data from Hampstead and Farnsborough wind tunnels.
765 Graphs. Calibrations, 1969. Includes research data on running on a gradient and treadmill belt calibrations.
766 Graphs. Oxygen intake, V2, weight, etc., 1969. "Preliminary graphs and tables."
767 Graphs. Rough, 1969. Part 1. Handwritten research data and graphs.
768 Graphs. Rough, 1969. Part 2. Handwritten research data and graphs.
769 Graphs. Walking, 1969.
7610 Photographic cut-outs. Farnborough treadmill, 1969. Photographs, research notes and graphs.
771 Plots. All of Force/V2, 1969.
772 Plots. All versions of individual, for treadmill walking against wind and gradient for three subjects, 1969.
773 Plots. V2/Wind pressure using boards and ellipse and skates, 1969. Includes "calculations of wind pressure using board cut-out representing s.a. of j.b."
774 Protocols and graphs, 1969.
775 Results. Analysis, 1969. Tables, graphs and notes.
776 Results. V2, Vo2, RQ, drag coefficients, etc., 1969. Tables, data and notes.
777 Notebook. Laboratory - Hampstead and Farnborough treadmills, 1969 - 1970.
778 Protocols. Treadmill control and VO2 maximum, 1969 - 1970.
779 Work rate and oxygen consumption, 1969 - 1970. Data, tables, graphs, and photographs.

PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES, 1970-1979

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Cardiac Output

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7710 Index of graphs. Ca. 1970s. Includes graph, date drawn, subject name if applicable, and negative number.
7711 Corrections and ratios. Ca. 1970s. Handwritten research notes.
7712 References. Ca. 1970s.
7713 Acetylene method. Experiments 1 - 4b, 1970 - 1971. Protocols, EKGs, graphs and references.
781 Experiments 14 - 19, 1971. Protocols and EKGs.
782 Experiments 20 - 31, 1970 - 1971. Protocols and EKGs.
783 Experiments 32 - 54, 1970 - 1971. Protocols and EKGs.
784 Analysis, 1970 - 1972. Tables, graphs and protocols.
785 Cycling paper protocols, 1970 - 1973. Protocols and EKGs.
786 Fourteen year old subject experiment, 1971. Correspondence, protocols, EKG, and notes.
787 Non-athlete female experiment, 1971 - 1972. Protocols, graphs, tables, and notes.
791 Protocols and EKGs, 1971 - 1972.
792 Notebook, 1972. "Cardiac Output Measurements. Comparison C2H2 Rebreathing and Herry Light Doppler Methods." Handwritten notes.
793 Myocardial mechanisms, 1974. Handwritten draft.
794 Working Party on Cardiac Rehabilitation. Exercise Sub-Committee, 1973 - 1974. Pugh was the secretary. Membership lists, agenda, minutes, and correspondence.

Cycling

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795 Experiments, 1971 - 1972. "Calculations of Drag and Efficiency." Notes, protocols and graphs.
796 Experiments, 1971 - 1972. "Cycling Tables." Tables, graphs and notes.
797 Experiments, 1971 - 1972. Graphs. See also Series 3: "The Relation of Oxygen Intake and Speed in Competition Cycling and Comparative Observations on the Bicycle Ergometer."
798 Experiments, 1971 - 1972. Notebook. "Energy Cost of Cycle Riding - Racing Cycling." Notes, data and tables.
799 Oxygen intake while cycling, 1971 - 1972. Protocols, notes and graphs.
7910 Photographic material. Experimental set-up, 1971 - 1972. Research notes with prints and negatives of apparatus, people and vehicle.
7911 Physiological measurements, 1971 - 1973. Protocols, notes, EKGs, and graphs.
7912 Radlett Aerodrome experiment, 1971 - 1972. Protocols, notes and graphs.
7913 Resistance vs. speed, 1971 - 1972. Notes, data, EKGs, and graphs.
7914 Analysis, 1971 - 1976. Correspondence, data, notes, and reference material.
7915 Derivation of F, R2 and Ra, 1972. Notes, data and graphs.
801 Rate of rise of skin temperature. Hampstead wind tunnel, 1972. Data and graphs.

Maximum Oxygen Intake

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802 Protocols, EKGs and notes, 1969 - 1970.
803 Physiological measurements on various subjects, 1969 - 1971. Protocols, EKGs, graphs, and permission letters for minors.
804 Female athletes as subjects, 1970 - 1972. Correspondence, protocols, notes, and graphs.
805 Physiological measurements, 1971 - 1972. Correspondence, protocols, EKGs, and graphs.
806 Physiological measurements on 10,000 meter runner, 1971 - 1972. Protocols, EKGs, correspondence, graphs, and newspaper clipping.
807 Effect of "levelling-off" and duration of exercise on VO2, 1972. Protocol, EKG, graph, and notes.
808 Ewell forty-mile track race, 1972. Correspondence, subject history, and graph.
809 Physiological measurements on female tennis players, 1972. Protocol, EKG, data, and correspondence.
8010 Physiological measurements on a fifteen year old subject, 1971. Protocols, EKG and notes.
8011 Physiological measurements on a female cyclist, 1972. Protocol, EKG, graphs, and notes.
8012 Physiological measurements on a male cyclist, 1972. Protocols, EKGs and data.
8013 Physiological measurements on a male marathon runner, 1972. Part 1. Protocols, EKGs, graph, and data.
8014 Physiological measurements on a male marathon runner, 1972. Part 2. Protocols, EKGs, graphs, and subject histories.
8015 Treadmill running, VO2 maximum, 1972. Protocol and EKG.
8016 VO2 maximum comparisons, climbers, skiers, and runners, 1972. Tables, graphs and correspondence.
8017 Acetone study, 1973. Protocols, data, graphs, and reference material.
8018 Snowdonia, 1954 data, 1973. Graph and notes.
8019 Race times, veteran athletes, 1973. Research notes, correspondence and tables on subjects fifty to sixty plus years old.
8020 VO2 studies. Track and treadmill running, middle-to-long distance international athletes, 1967-1972, 1974. Tables and graphs.

Maximum Oxygen Intake in Men and Women

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811 Graphs. Final, serial and maximum, points, and regression, 1972.
812 Master sheets, 1972. Tables.
813 Notes on bicycle ergometry and calculation of force, 1972. Handwritten research notes.
814 Relation of body weight to oxygen and efficiency, 1972. Graphs and research data.
815 Reprints, 1972.
816 Resting metabolism and B.M.R., 1972. Graphs and tables.
817 Statistical comparisons of male and female, 1972. Graphs and data.

Thermography

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818 Kew Observatory data, 1967 - 1973. Correspondence and data.
819 Graphs. Ca. 1970s.
8110 Ellab, 1973. Research data, graphs, protocols, and notes.
8111 Final results, 1973. Negatives and handwritten research notes.
8112 Final results, 1973. Tables and graphs.
8113 Notebook. Radiation - Radiometer, 1973.
8114 Radiation. Shadow areas, 1973. Research data, graphs and photographs.
8115 Solar radiation, 1973. Research notes, graphs and tables.
821 Three-D distortion and body curve effect, 1973. Photographs, cut-outs, and research notes. Includes "Ahmed" measurements.
822 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 1.
823 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 2.
824 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 3.
831 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 4.
832 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 5.
833 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 6.
834 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 7.
835 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 8.
841 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 9.
842 Thermography cut-outs, 1973. Part 10.
843 Treadmill experiment with Thermovision, 1973. Research notes with color tables. Includes "Draft on results rolls 10 x 11, comments on track experiments."
844 Thermovision treadmill experiment, 1973 - 1974. Typed results and reference materials.

Treadmill Running and Walking Against Wind

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845 Graphs. Ca. 1970s. Graphs on wind and gradient.
846 Calibration of wind tunnel fan, 1971. Graphs and data.
847 Steady state experiments, 1971. Protocols and research notes.
848 Treadmill running against horizontal loads, wind and elastic, 1971. Protocols, data and graphs.
849 Treadmill running against wind and elastic, 1971. Protocols, graphs and notes.
8410 Treadmill walking, 1971. Part 1. Protocols, data and graphs.
8411 Treadmill walking, 1971. Part 2. Protocols, data and graphs.
8412 Treadmill walking, 1971. Part 3. Protocols, data and graphs.
8413 Treadmill walking against wind and elastic, 1971. Protocols, data and graphs.
8414 Notebook. Field physiology - Hampstead, 1972.

APPARATUS, CALIBRATIONS AND TECHNIQUES

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Apparatus Brochures and Catalogs

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851 Index cards. Undated 4"x6" and 3"x5" cards in three sections; "Apparatus," contains alphabetical file of manufacturers; "Current Work," contains citations to work of others; and, "Miscellaneous" links experimental topics with apparatus and techniques.
852 Beaufort air-sea equipment, 1968 - 1969. Correspondence, photograph of protective clothing, and typescript "Improvements in or Relating to Personal Exposure Protection," from the Frankenstein Group, Ltd.
853 Bubble sextant, B19, 1957. Brochure, instructions and receipts.
854 Centrifuges, 1955 - 1960. Brochures, correspondence and notes.
855 Galvanometers, 1953 - 1955. Instructions and certificates for the Cambridge Versatile Galvanometer.
856 Gas analyzers, 1953 - 1954. Brochures, patent by W. J. Greene (1954) and invoice.
857 Hartman and Braun basal metabolism tester, calorimeter probe and blood flow needle, 1955 - 1956. Brochures, instructions and correspondence.
858 Infra-red gas analysers, 1956 - 1963. Manuals, correspondence, receipts, and notes.
859 Kofranyi Michaelis calorimeter, 1951. Delivery note from the Max Planck Institute and typescript "Die Bestimmung des Energieverbrauchs der beruflichen Arbeit im Respirationsversuch," by E.A. Muller and A. Heising.
8510 Liston Becker carbon dioxide analyzer, 1960. Instruction manual, Pugh's notes, graph, and correspondence.
8511 Low range differential condenser pressure gauge, 1955. Southern Instruments, Ltd. catalog, brochures and correspondence.
8512 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1954 - 1965. Part 1.
861 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1954 - 1965. Part 2. Operating instructions, photographs, negatives, and Pugh's notes and sketches.
862 Monroe CAA-10 or CAA 10-3-5 (Statistical Model) Calculator, 1950. Manufacturer's pamphlet on statistical methods and handwritten notes and calculations.
863 One hundred kilogram portable balance. Undated. Instructions, photographs and a third angle projection drawing.
864 Oxygen, 1951 - 1956. Miscellaneous brochures, notes, drawings, calculations, and correspondence.
865 pH meters, 1955 - 1957. Brochures, manual and correspondence.
866 Photometer (hemoglobinometer). Undated. Brochures, instructions, calibrations, graphs, and notes.
867 Poliomyelitis breathing machines, 1950 - 1960. Part 1. Brochures, manuals and handwritten notes.
868 Poliomyelitis breathing machines, 1950 - 1960. Part 2. Brochures, manuals and notes.
869 Poliomyelitis. Orders for instruments and equipment, 1955 - 1957. Brochures and correspondence.
8610 Respiration recorder. Undated. Typescript description and instructions.
8611 Rotameters, 1949 - 1959. Brochures, notes, drawings, and reference material.
8612 Venules, 1954. Description, notes and correspondence.

Calibrations

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8613 Index cards. Undated 4"x6" cards, arranged alphabetically by apparatus, giving file location information.
8614 Aneroid barometer calibrations, 1953 - 1960. Correspondence, charts and instructions on use.
8615 Basal metabolic rate indicator, 1950 - 1960. Brochures, notes and data.
8616 Carbon dioxide analyzer, 1957. Handwritten data and graphs.
8617 Conversion factors, 1968. Typescript and handwritten tables.
8618 Douglas bags, 1952 - 1954. Handwritten graphs and tables.
8619 Ellab probe calibrations, 1966 - 1968. Handwritten tables and graphs.
871 Flow meter and Wright carbon dioxide meter, 1960. Brochure, notes and data.
872 Hemoglobin. Calibration of Grey Wedge and E.E.L. Morris [?] Colorimeters, 1959. Handwritten and typescript notes and data.
873 Haldane (Old Type). Undated. Handwritten tables and graphs.
874 Himalayan audiometer, 1960. Handwritten and typescript table.
875 Kofranyi Michaelis apparatus, 1964. Handwritten tables and graphs. Includes "Calibration of Km against Tissot and Gas Meter."
876 Liston Becker carbon dioxide analyzer and Liston Becker C5, 1956. Notebook, graphs and notes.
877 Lloyd Haldane gas analyzer, 1959 - 1963. Handwritten notes and calculations, manual for the Gallenkamp Lloyd Gas Analyzer. Includes "A Development of Haldane's Gas-Analysis Apparatus" by B.B. Lloyd.
878 Miscellaneous calibrations file. Undated. Handwritten and typescript tables and graphs.
879 Needle couple calibrations, 1951. Handwritten notes and graph.
8710 Oximeter. Undated. Brochure and data.
8711 Roughton Scholander syringe and Everest mask. Undated charts, data and graphs.
8712 Thermocouples, 1950 - 1951. Data and graphs.
8713 Thermocouples, 1952 - 1954. Notebook describing procedures. Includes subject data.
8714 Thermometers. Undated. Graphs for various types of thermometers.
8715 Tissot and gas meters, 1966 - 1969. Handwritten and typescript notes, graphs and photographs.
8716 Tissot spirometers, 1954. Handwritten and typescript notes and graphs.
8717 Wright respirometer, 1963 - 1964. Typescript and handwritten notes, tables, graphs, and correspondence.

Techniques

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8718 Index cards. Undated. 4"x 6" cards with headings: "Laboratory Techniques," "Comparison of Techniques," and "Miscellaneous Tables, Conversions," arranged alphabetically by topic.
8719 Acetylene. Undated. Handwritten and typescript notes.
8720 Beckman-Haldane comparisons, 1963. Typescript and handwritten notes and instructions.
8721 Blood gas analysis, 1955. Notebook describing methods and procedures.
8722 Butyl rubber bags. Permeability to carbon dioxide using standard gas mixture, 1958 - 1965. Typescript and handwritten notes and data.
8723 Calorimetry. T.C. Thermometer Corporation, 1969 - 1970. Brochures and correspondence.
881 Comparisons. Gas analysis, Haldane-Scholander, 1956 - 1959. Typescript directions, handwritten testing data and correspondence.
882 Comparisons. Gas analysis, Haldane-Scholander-Servomex, 1961. Test data and correspondence.
883 Comparisons. Respiratory apparatus, Krogh method, 1959. "Testing Imp [?] and Sleep Hood for Permeability and Faults (Including Comparison between Imp, Tissot and Gas Meter)." Handwritten test data and comparative chart.
884 Comparisons. Solubility of carbon dioxide in water and H2SO4, 1954. Also "Comparison of Solubility of Carbon Dioxide in Water and N10 Acid." Handwritten notes.
885 Comparisons. Tissot-Kofranyi-Michaelis, 1952. Graphs with subject data.
886 Detergents, reagents and methods, 1948. Typescript, "The Use of Synthetic Organic Detergents in the Washing of Bottles" and "Surface Active Agents." Includes correspondence.
887 Draeger respiratory valves, 1956 - 1960. Brochures, data and correspondence.
888 Gas analysis, 1958 - 1961. Typescript and handwritten notes, table and correspondence.
889 Gas analysis, Haldane, and new Haldane, Oxford pattern, 1958. Typescript entitled "Physiological Gas Analysis" and handwritten notes.
8810 Hand calorimetry, 1957. Handwritten notes and graphs.
8811 Ian Ferris. Notes on making up gas mixtures by pressures. Liston Becker, 1963. Notebook with procedures and data.
8812 Ketones and ketone results, 1965. Notebooks with data.
8813 Ketones by P.A. Mayes method, 1964. Notes and data. Includes typescript, "The Determination of Ketone Bodies," by P. A. Mayes and W. Robson.
8814 Ketones by Michaels' method, 1951. Handwritten tables and graphs. Includes reprint entitled "Studies in Fat Metabolism. 1. The Colorimetric Determination of Ketone Bodies in Biological Fluids."
8815 Lactic acid, 1941 - 1957. Handwritten and typescript notes and correspondence.
8816 Lactic acid estimations, Barker and Summerson, 1957. Handwritten notes, tables and graphs.
891 Lactic acid. Sea level values, Mexico subjects. Ca. 1966. Tables and graphs.
892 Miscellaneous file. Ca. 1950-1970s. Typescript and handwritten notes.
893 Polarography. Ca. 1950-1970s. Brochures and notes on thermistors and photometers.
894 R. B. Lloyd's analysis of dissociation curves for carbon dioxide at altitude, 1949 - 1957. Ca. 1960s. Research notes, tables and graphs.
895 References. Miscellaneous, 1949 - 1957. Typescript and handwritten notes.
896 Respiration experiments. References. Ca. 1940s-1950s. Typed and handwritten research notes.
897 Van Slyke. Determinations: acetylene solubility in blood; vapor pressure, 1965 - 1966. Notebook contains procedures and subject data. Includes notes.
898FB-280-19Wall charts. Ca. 1950s - 1960s. Oversize.

CONFERENCES, LECTURES AND SYMPOSIA

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899 Acclimitization to High Altitude (6,000 Metres) Extended over Several Months, 1961. With J. S. Milledge. Presented at the J. S. Haldane Centenary Symposium, Oxford, England, July 24-27. Program with abstracts.
8910 Adaptation to High Altitude, 1979. Lecture given in a first-year course in Human and Applied Physiology, University of London, King's College, February 13. Includes course prospectus, timetable and correspondence.
8911 Address by Dr. Griffith Pugh, 1954. Presented at the West London Medico-Chirurgical Society, November 18. Correspondence and galley proofs.
8912 Air Resistance in Sport, with a Note on the Effect of Altitude, 1974. Presented at the International Symposium on Exercise and Sports Physiology, Patiala, India, October 20-26. Typescripts, reprints, program, correspondence, and graphs.
8913 Antarctic lectures notes and correspondence, 1959. Handwritten notes and correspondence with M. Hamilton.
8914 Athletes at Altitude, 1966. Presented at the Symposium on Exploration Medicine, Winnipeg, Canada, October 4-5 [?].
8915 Blood at Extreme Altitudes, 1962. Presented at the International Conference and Symposium "Man and Technology in the Nuclear and Space Age," April 18-21. Abstract and correspondence. Includes biographical information on Pugh.
8916 Breathing Machines and Assisted Respiration, 1955. Presented at the Symposium on Pulmonary Circulation and Respiratory Function, Dundee, Scotland. Typescript, program and correspondence.
8917 Carbon Monoxide. Notes for lectures in U.S.A., March - April, 1963. Typescript.
8918 Causes of Accidents: The Investigation and Prevention of Accidents, 1963. Presented at the Convention on Accident Prevention and Life Saving, London, May 14-15. Typescript drafts, program and conference material.
8919 Cho Oyu, 1952. Presented at the National Institute for Medical Research, London, October 20 [?]. Typescript and handwritten drafts and correspondence.
8920 Clothing Problems in Polar Exploration and Mountaineering, 1971. Presented at the Third Shirley International Seminar, Manchester, England, June 15-17. Handwritten and typescript drafts and correspondence.
8921 Draft paper on survival, 1963. To be presented at the Symposium on the Biology of Survival, May 7-8. Typescript and handwritten drafts and abstracts.
8922 Effect of Acute and Chronic CO2 Exposure on Consciousness, 1958. Part 1. Presented at the First International Symposium on Submarine and Space Medicine, September 8-12. Typescript and handwritten drafts, tables and correspondence.
901 Effect of Acute and Chronic CO2 Exposure on Consciousness, 1958. Part 2. Program and correspondence.
902 Effect of Altitude, 1954. Presented to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Correspondence and transcript draft.
903 Effect of Supplementary Oxygen on Acclimatized Men at 22,000 feet, 1953. Presented at the Physiological Society's Mill Hill Meeting, January 16-17. Program only.
904 Effects of Altitude on Consciousness, 1958. Present at the Symposium on Space Medicine, London, October 16-17. Program, reprints of others and correspondence. Does not include Pugh's talk.
905 Effects of High Altitude on Man, 1963. Presented at the Symposium on the Biology of Survival, [London?], May 7 - 8. Typescript and handwritten drafts and correspondence.
906 Effects of Oxygen on Acclimatized Men at High Altitude, 1954. Presented at the Royal Society, London. Typescript, program and correspondence.
907 Energy Cost of Track Running and Effect of Wind Resistance, 1967. Presented at the Fifth Pan-American Congress on Sports Medicine: Regarding the Effect of Environment on Athletic Performance, Winnipeg, Canada, July 24-25. Typescript, program and correspondence.
908 Everest, 1953. Prepared for the BBC Broadcast "SCIENCE SURVEY," recorded November 17. Correspondence and payment slips.
909 Everest, 1953. Presented at the Oxford University Medical Society, Oxford, England, October [24?]. Handwritten and typescript notes and correspondence.
9010 Everest Expedition, 1953. Presented at the Symposium on the Problems of Mountain Altitudes, Berkeley, California, April 1-2. Typescript, notes and program.
9011 Everest script material. Undated. Includes black-and-white prints of Pugh and film crew [?].
9012 Factors Concerned in Exposure Accidents Among Hill Walkers, 1975. Presented at the Study Day in Sports Medicine "Survival of the Fittest," Colchester, England, January 25. Handwritten outline, correspondence and program.
9013 Haemoglobin Levels on the British Himalyan Expedition to Cho Oyu in 1952 and Everest in 1953, 1954. Presented at the meeting of the Physiological Society, August. Typescript draft and correspondence.
9014 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, 1960-1961, 1962. Draft script. Prepared for the BBC broadcast, "SCIENCE REVIEW," October 4, 1962. Handwritten draft and typescript.
9015 Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, 1960-1961, 1962. Presented at the Royal Geographic Society, April 16. Handwritten and typescript drafts and summary. Includes correspondence, draft, and galley proof for report in THE LANCET, 1962.
9016 Lecture given at the Institute of Sports Medicine Symposium, 1979. Edinburgh, Scotland, July 19. Typescript.
9017 Lecture Notes 19th January 1971. Presented at the Oxford University Medical Society.
9018 Lecture on Carbon Monoxide, 1959. January 10. Handwritten draft.
9019 Lectures. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1956 - 1973.
9020 Limits of Human Endurance, 1973. Presented at the short course "Physiology of Exercise in Health and Disease," Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Harrow, England, October 22. Abstract of lecture, program, abstracts of others, and correspondence.
9021 Man at High Altitude, 1959. Presented at the Institute of Biology, London branch, May 14. Correspondence.
9022 Man at High Altitude, 1959. Presented at the Tonbridge School, May 6. Correspondence.
9023 Man at High Altitude, 1962. Presented at St. Thomas' Hospital Medical School, October 1. Correspondence and outline.
9024 Man at High Altitude, 1962. Presented at the British Postgraduate Medical Federation, Scientific Basis of Medicine Series, January 18. Typescript, correspondence and biographical information on Pugh.
911 Man at High Altitude, 1962. Presented to the Symposium of the Royal Geographic Society, April 16, 1962. Typescript transcript of comments made by Pugh, J. S. Milledge and others.
912 Medical and Physiological Observations in the Himalayas, 1962. Presented at the Hampstead Scientific Society, March 8. Correspondence.
913 Metabolic Problems of High Altitude Operations, 1965. Presented at the Fifth Symposium on Arctic Biology and Medicine, Fairbanks, Alaska, March 22-24. Typescript drafts, correspondence, program, abstracts, and photographs.
914 Mind and Survival: S R N Talks - Meditation. Undated. Typescript and handwritten drafts and reprints of articles by others.
915 Mountain Altitude Symposium, 1955. Presented in the United States. Typescript draft, miscellaneous notes and receipts.
916 Mountain Physiology, 1978. Presented at the Physiological Society's Orientation Course on Human Physiology in Health and Disease, London, England, March 29-30. With M. Forsling and E.S. Williams. Program only.
917 Muscular Exercise at Great Altitudes, 1962. Presented at the Twenty-Second International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Symposium on the Physiological Effect of High Altitude, Leiden, The Netherlands, September 10-17. Preliminary offset reproduction of the papers presented.
918 Notes for Banff, 1983. Handwritten and typescript notes regarding climbing Everest with and without oxygen. Includes B. Tulloh experimental data and notes regarding the Fourth Hygiene Conference.
919 Nutritional Aspects of Himalayan Mountaineering, 1953. Presented at the 84th Meeting of the Nutrition Society, October 27. Program only.
9110 Oxygen Equipment Used on Mount Everest, 1954. With T.D. Bourdillon, et al. Presented at the Royal Society, London, May 20. Catalog of exhibits and correspondence.
9111 Paper to the Physiological Society, 1953. January 17. Typescript draft and correspondence.
9112 Physiological Studies of High Altitude Peoples, 1964. Presented at Symposium Number 23, the Biology of Populations of Anthropological Importance, June 29 - July 12. Pamphlet and typescript drafts.
9113 Physiology of High Altitudes, 1958. Presented at the Conference on Aspects of Animal Physiology, London, November 22. Correspondence and program.
9114 Portable Prefabricated Laboratory, 1962. Presented at the Symposium on Antarctic Logistics, Boulder, Colorado, August 13 - 17. Typescripts, correspondence and photographs. [Read by Vivian Fuchs].
9115 Prevention and Treatment of Exposure at Sea and in the Mountains, 1972. Presented at the Winter Lecture Program, Royal College of General Practitioners, September 27. Program and reprints by Pugh. Includes typescript entitled "Death after Rescue from Immersion in Cold Water" by F.S.C. Golden.
9116 Problems of High Altitudes: Acclimatization Protection, 1962. Presented at the Symposium on Exploration Medicine, October 25. Typescript and handwritten drafts. Includes published version.
9117 Respiratory Control at 19,000 feet (5,700 meters). Ca. 1960s. Typescript draft for presentation at the Haldane Centenary Symposium.
9118 Ski-Mountaineering: Lessons from the Himalaya, 1962. Presented at the Alpine Ski Club, June 14. Correspondence.
9119 Solar Heat Gain by Man in the High Himalaya, 1962. Presented at the UNESCO Symposium on Environmental Physiology and Psychology in Arid Conditions, December 7-12. Typescript copy.
9120FB-281-15Solar Heat Gain by Man in the High Himalaya, 1962. Graphs for slide presentation. Oversize.
9121 Solar Radiation, 1962. Presented at the International Symposium on Problems of High Altitude, Darjeeling, India, January 5-8. Proceedings, graphs and original calculations.
921 Sport and Recreation for the Sedentary Worker, 1973. Presented at the Conference on Sport for All, London, March 22. Program poster, correspondence and notes.
922 Summary of the Army Research Office Conference on Oxygen Requirement and Supply to Troops at High Elevations, 1963. Presented March-April.
923 Survival to Exposure on Mountains and Moorlands, 1969. Presented at the Scotland (Army) Study Period, Edinburgh, Scotland, March 1-2. Includes typescript of Pugh's "Accidental Hypothermia among Hill-walkers and Climbers in Britain," 1966, program and correspondence.
924 Television appearances, 1967. Correspondence.
925 Temperature Regulation in Swimmers, 1965. Presented at the Breathold Diving Symposium, Tokyo. Includes tables.
926 Tolerance to Extreme Cold at Altitude in a Nepalese Pilgrim, 1962. Presented at the National Institute for Medical Research, March 23. Includes correspondence.
927 Visit to America, 1963. Annotated itineraries with dates and notebook with locations, contacts and lecture titles. Includes "Honoraria, receipts, bills, miscellaneous information."

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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928 Index to reprints of others, 1901 - 1973. Pugh's numbered list of reprints with author, title and description.
929 Bourdillon, R. B., et al. "Closed Circuit Oxygen Apparatus for Mount Everest". Ca. 1950s. Typescript draft.
9210 Bourdillon, T. D. "Oxygen Apparatus on Mount Everest", 1953. Typescript draft.
9211 Campbell, E. J. M., et al. "Perceptions of Effort During Partial Curarization", 1976. Notes on communication given at Centenary Meeting of the Physiological Society, Cambridge, England, July 2-3. Typescript.
9212 Fred, Herbert L. "Acute Pulmonary Edema of Altitude". Ca. 1960-1961. Photocopy of typescript.
9213 Henry, John. "Living with Renal Failure". Undated photocopy of typescript.
9214 Howell, Maxwell L. "Interests and Atitudes Toward Physical Activity, the Strength, the Fitness...". Presented at the Pan-American Sports Medicine Congress, Winnipeg, Canada. Typescript.
9215 Kingsbury, K. J. [?] "'Energy" Drinks'". Undated photocopy of typescript.
9216 Lahiri, S. "Respiratory Functions of Blood of Man at Altitude at Rest and in Exercise", 1962. Typescript thesis.
9217 McNutt, D. C. "Trials of the Submarine Escape Immersion Suit ", 1966. Typescript draft with Pugh's annotations.
9218 Mazess, Richard B. "Group Differences in Exercise Performance at High Altitude (3830 M.)", 1967. Typescript thesis.
931 Milledge, J. S. "The Control of Breathing at High Altitude", 1968. Typescript thesis.
932 Milledge, J. S. "Electro-Cardiographic Changes at High Altitude". Undated typescript drafts.
933 Olz, Oswald. "There is No Physiological Inevitability of Breakdown on Everest without Using Oxygen Equipment", 1978. English translation of German original published in July, 1978, issue of GEO-MAGAZIN.
934 Page, J. K. "The Estimation of Monthly Mean Values of Daily Short Wave Irradiation on Vertical...". Surfaces from Sunshine Records for Latitudes 60 Degrees South, 1975. Typescript and correspondence.
935 Pawson, I. G. "A Study of Strength and Physique as Adaptations to High Altitude", 1967. Typescript and correspondence.
936 Spalding, J. M. K. "Breathing Patterns of the Radcliffe Positive - Negative Pressure Respiration Pump". Obtained with the Smith-Clark Testing Unit for Mechanical Breathing Equipment. Undated typescript.
937 Special Report: "The Antarctic, an International Laboratory", 1965. In Japanese, with photographs captioned in English, Sent to Pugh by Naoto Hida of the Takenaka Komuten Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.
938 West, J. B. "Diffusing Capacity of the Lung for Carbon Monoxide at High Altitude". Typescript draft, undated.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPYING

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941 Originals of preservation photocopies.
942 Originals of preservation photocopies.



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