RT Web Page DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 64756412 LA English UL http://resolver.library.cornell.edu/cgi-bin/EADresolver?id=RMA03093 T1 Robert R. Wilson papers, A1 Wilson, Robert R.,, YR 2000 AB Manuscripts, correspondence (including many requests to give talks or seminars or advice on building accelerators), papers, talks, articles, clippings, notes and notebooks, course materials, photographs, and memorabilia documenting the development of atomic energy research and high energy physics in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Dr. Wilson was a renowned expert on designing and constructing cyclotrons and synchrotrons, serving as consultant on projects around the world. He was also highly regarded as a lecturer and teacher of physics and historian of world affairs relating to the developing uses of atomic energy. Included in his professional papers are drawings, designs and photographs of some of the buildings, accelerators and equipment he helped design, as well as some of his sculptures. Among the personal papers in the collection are some family letters, documents and photographs, as well as designs and plans for his homes in New Mexico and Florida. Correspondents include: Len Ackland, J.B. Adams, Paul Aebersold, Samuel K. Allison, Luis Alvarez, Edoardo Amaldi, Robert Bacher, Kenneth T. Bainbridge, Charles Parker Baker, Gilberto Bernardini, Hans A. Bethe, Norris Bradbury, Gregory Breit, Morton Camac, James Cassels, Wen-yu Chang, Stirling Colgate, Alice Cook, Donald Cooksey, Dan Cooper, Robert Cornog, Dale R. Corson, L.S. Cottrell, Ed Creutz, Karl K. Darrow, John DeWire, Pierre Donzelot, Philippe Eberhard, Bernard Feld, Dennis Flanagan, William A. Fowler, Jerome H. Fregau, R.C. Gibbs, William T. Golden, Maurice Goldhaber, Edwin L. Goldwasser, L. Goldzahl, S. Goutsmit, Kenneth Greisen, T.C. Griffith, Gaylord P. Harnwell, W.W. Havens, Jr., David Hawkins, Leland J. Haworth, S.S. Hecker, William Higenbotham, Frederic de Hoffmann, Robert Hofstadter, Gerald Holton, David R. Inglis, W.K. Jentschke, Donald W. Kerst, Seishi Kikuchi, Raymond N. Knellberg, George A. Kolstad, James A. Krumhansl, Hirao Kumagai, L. Jackson Laslett, Ernest O. Lawrence, Leon M. Lederman, T.D. Lee, A.J. Leigh, J.S. Levinger, Maurice M. Levy, Urner Liddel, Raphael Littauer, M. Stanley Livingston, Edward J. Lofgren, Franklin A. Long, Harry Lustig, T.W. Mackesey, John H. Manley, Robert E. Marshak, Boyce D. McDaniel, Paul W. McDaniel, Edwin M. McMillan, J. Howard McMillen, Richard L. Meier, E.E. Minett, Philip Moon, Philip Morrison, Paul M. O'Leary, Frank Oppenheimer, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Jay Orear, Philip S. Owen, Wolfgang K.H. Panofsky, and Richard Parmenter. Correspondents also include: Lyman G. Parratt, R.E. Peierls, James A. Perkins, F. Perrin, Melba Phillips, Bruno Pontecorvo, William Preston, Federico Quercia, Norman Ramsey, Leonard M. Rieser, Arthur Roberts, Thomas R. Rogers, Edward T. Rosenbaum, Arthur E. Ruark, Robert G. Sachs, Carl Sagan, Giorgio Salvini, Joseph Halle Schaffner, Herwig Schopper, Emilio Segrè, Frederick Seitz, R.S. Shankland, A.H. Shapley, Kai Siegbahn, Albert Silverman, Daniel M. Singer, Ralph Carlisle Smith, H.D. Smyth, Jack Steinberger, Jeremy J. Stone, Sandro Stringari, S. Cushing Strout, John M. Swomley, Leo Szilard, John T. Tate, Edward Teller, Emily Thompson, John S. Toll, Timothy E. Toohig, Robert L. Walker, Alvin M. Weinberg, Victor F. Weisskopf, John A. Wheeler, Harry J. White, Milton G. White, E.P. Wigner, Herman S. Wigodsky, Frederic H. Williams, John H. Williams, Robert Williams, Richard Wilson, Michael Witherell, William M. Woodward, T.P. Wright, William E. Wright, Chien Shiung Wu, Yuan Chia-liu, and A. Zichichi. Tape recording and transcript of the Memorial Service for Robert R. Wilson, March 11, 2000.