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Biographical and career, 1931-1974

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MS. Coulson 13

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Folder A.13.1: Notebook 'Long vac. term 1931': miscellaneous laboratory experiments, indexed at front of book by Coulson, 1931.

Folder A.13.2: Applications for Commonwealth and other Fellowships, 1937.

Folder A.13.3: Press-cuttings regarding Coulson's first USA tour, when the lectured for the Emergency Peace Campaign, 1937.

Folder A.13.4: Election to Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1941.

Folder A.13.5: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding membership and subscription to: American Physical Society, 1939-1973.

Folder A.13.6: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding membership and subscription to: Chemical Society, 1947-1970.

Folder A.13.7: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding membership and subscription to: American Chemical Society, 1948-1970.

Folder A.13.8: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding membership and subscription to: Institute of Physics, 1952-1972.

Folder A.13.9: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding membership and subscription to: Faraday Society, 1958.

Folder A.13.10: Election to Honorary Membership of American Academy of Arts and Sciences: correspondence and certificate, 1963.

Folder A.13.11: Membership of Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, formal correspondence only, 1964.

Folder A.13.12: Half-promises' for numerous engagements and invitations to speak (religious and scientific), mainly in UK, 1955, 1960-1966.

Folder A.13.13: Notes taken by Coulson of lectures by Professor George Temple FRS on 'Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors', c.1965.

Folder A.13.14: Correspondence, travel arrangements, etc. for Coulson's last journey abroad, to receive an Hon. degree at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, July 1973. Includes a transcript of a recording of the Farkash Memorial Lecture, delivered by Coulson in January 1973 in Jerusalem.

Folder A.13.15: Correspondence as a member of the Committee of Edinburgh Mathematical Society, 1939-1942, 1974.

Folder A.13.16: Miscellaneous biographical correspondence; several of these letters contain interesting thoughts and recollections of a personal and biographical nature, 1959-1973.

Folder A.13.17: Correspondence with and regarding Wadham College, Oxford, 1971-1972.

Folder A.13.18: Possible scientists' peace appeal', an international text drafted by Michel Magat (Paris). Coulson's correspondence with Magat and other interested British scientists on the merits of the appeal,1948.

Dates

  • 1931-1974

Extent

18 folders

Language of Materials

  • English

Shelfmark

MS. Coulson 13

Former reference:

CSAC 60/4/78/A.13/1-18

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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