Gerard P. Kuiper papers 1894-1992 (bulk 1949-1973)

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Gerard P. Kuiper papers 1894-1992 (bulk 1949-1973)

MS 480


Collection Summary

Creator: Kuiper, Gerard P. (Gerard Peter), 1905-1973
Collection Name:Gerard P. Kuiper Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1894-1992,
Bulk Dates: (bulk 1949-1973)
Physical Description:103 linear ft.
Abstract: Gerard P. Kuiper Papers is comprised of the personal and professional papers of astronomer Gerard P. Kuiper. The bulk of the material relates to his career as an astronomical researcher and administrator at the Yerkes Observatory (University of Chicago), McDonald Observatory (University of Texas), and the Lunar Planetary Laboratory (University of Arizona). Items included in the collection are correspondence, publications, research material, newspaper clippings and photographs as well as Kuiper’s personal experience as a member of the ALSOS Mission following World War II.
Collection Number:MS 480
Repository: University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections
University of Arizona
PO Box 210055
Tucson, AZ 85721-0055
Phone: 520-621-6423
Fax: 520-621-9733
URL: http://www.library.arizona.edu/speccoll

Biographical Note

Gerard P. Kuiper was born in The Netherlands in the town of Harenkarspel on December 7, 1905. He entered Leiden University in 1924 and received his Bachelor of Science in 1927. Kuiper immediately continued his graduate studies and received his Ph.D. in Astronomy in 1933. While completing his advanced studies, he was an assistant observer at the Leiden Observatory, 1928-1933. From 1933-1935 he was a Kellogg Fellow under American astronomer Robert Grant Aiken at Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, California.

In 1935 he went to Harvard College Observatory, Cambridge, Massachusetts as a lecturer in Astronomy. There he met Sara Parker Fuller and they married on June 20, 1936. They had two children, Paul Hayes born in 1941 and Sylvia Lucy Ann born in 1947. In 1936 Gerard Kuiper accepted a job at Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago as an assistant professor of Practical Astronomy. In 1937 he became an American citizen and was appointed associate professor. In 1943 he became a full professor and in 1947 Kuiper became the director of the Yerkes and McDonald Observatories. In 1960 he resigned from Yerkes Observatory and relocated to the University of Arizona in Tucson. Some of his best known discoveries during his tenure at the University of Chicago are: the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan in 1944, the carbon dioxide atmosphere of Mars in 1948, Uranus's satellite Miranda in 1948, and Neptune's satellite Nereid in 1949.

In 1960 Kuiper established the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory (LPL), first as part of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics and later as a separate unit at the University of Arizona. In his years at LPL Kuiper established a group of telescopes in the Santa Catalina Mountains above Tucson; made balloon spectroscopic observations of the Earth's atmosphere; and conducted observatory site surveys in Hawaii, Mexico, and California. He was principal investigator on the NASA Ranger program, and as an experimenter on the Surveyor programs in the mid 1960s. Kuiper also served on numerous NASA Committees and Panels and briefed many high government officials on features of the space program. He died on a vacation trip in Mexico City on December 24, 1973

Gerard P. Kuiper is considered by many as the father of modern planetary science. In 1975 Kuiper was posthumously honored by NASA when the airborne infrared telescope was named the “Kuiper Airborne Observatory”. He was honored again in 1984 with the establishment of the Kuiper Prize by the American Astronomical Society Division of Planetary Science, and in 1992 when the Kuiper Belt was named after him.


Scope and Content Note

Papers 1894-1992 (bulk 1949-1973): This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Gerard Peter Kuiper. The bulk of the material consists of his correspondence with other noted astronomers and scientists. His research including his work with NASA on the Ranger, Apollo, Mariner, Surveyor, Viking, and Orbiter Projects during the late 1950s through the early 1970s. Other items in the collection are his administrative papers pertaining to the Lunar Planetary Laboratory, publications; newspaper clippings; and photographs. There is also detailed account of Kuiper’s involvement as a member of the ALSOS mission in Germany in 1945 and the relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union following World War II.


Arrangement

This collection is organized into 18 Series,

Restrictions

Restrictions

There are no restrictions on this collection

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents for the University of Arizona, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.


Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Bok, Bart J.(Bart Jan),1906-1983--Correspondence.
Hartmann, William K., 1962-1973--Correspondence.
Harvill, Richard A., 1905--Correspondence.
Kuiper, Gerard Peter, 1905-1973
Oort, Jan Hendrik--Correspondence.
Oosterhoff, Pieter Theodorus , 1904-1978—Correspondence .
Rabe, Eugene K.--Correspondence.
Sagan, Carl, 1934-1996.
Struve, Otto, 1897-1963—Correspondence
Udall, Morris K.--Correspondence.

Corporate Name(s)
Catalina Observatory--history.
Kitt Peak National Observatory--history.
Lick Observatory--history.
McDonald Observatory--history.
Mount Lemon Observatory--history.
University of Arizona.
University of Arizona.--Lunar and Planetary Laboratory--history.
University of Chicago.
Yerkes Observatory--history.

Geographic Name(s)
Jupiter.
Mars.
Outer space--Exploration.
Pluto (Dwarf planet).
Saturn.
Uranus.

Subject(s)
Asteroids.
Astronomy.
Atmosphere.
Comets--Observations.
Lunar photography.
Meteorites.
Moon--Atlases.
Planetary Science.
Planets.
Project Ranger.
Solar system.
Solar system.
Space.
Telescopes.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Gerard P. Kuiper Papers (MS 480). Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.


Container List

Series I: Personal Files 1924-1973
This series is arranged alphabetically by subject. It contains awards received by Gerard Kuiper throughout his career, some bibliographies he created, personal calendars, a copy of his doctoral dissertation, program from his memorial service and the Dedication of the Gerard P. Kuiper Airborne Observatory. Two inventories one from 1924 and the other a list of books which were in his office when he died. There are also copies of the "Kuiper Philosophy" from 1942 through 1973.
boxfolder
11 Awards, 1948-1972
12 Bibliographies, 1926-1973
13 Calendars, 1965-1973
14 Dedication of the Gerard P. Kuiper Airborne Observatory, 1975
15 Dissertation, Statistical studies of binary stars, 1933
16 Inventory of books in office of Kuiper, 1973
17 Kuiper Philosophy, 1942-1973
18 Inventories, 1924
19 Memorial services, December 30, 1973
Series II: Employment, 1933-1973
Chronological. This series is arranged by year starting with 1933, and is divided into four subseries.
The bulk of the documents are from Kuiper’s career at the University of Arizona from 1960 to 1973.
Subseries 1: Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, California
boxfolder
110 1933-1935
Subseries 2: Harvard University Lecturer in Astronomy
boxfolder
111 1935-1936, 1953
112 Subseries 3: University of Chicago 1936-1960
Subseries 4: Yerkes and McDonald Observatories
boxfolder
113 Correspondence, 1949-1957
114 Correspondence, 1958-1964
115 Founding of Yerkes Observatory, 1966
116 Yearly reports, 1945-1956
117 Round Table, 1948-1954
118 Staff Meetings (Department of Astronomy), 1948-1954
119 General, 1937-1961
Subseries 5: University of Arizona, 1960-1973
boxfolder
120 Annual reports, 1941-1973
Subseries 6: Lunar Planetary Laboratory (LPL)
boxfolder
121 Bibliography, 1966-1969
122 General, 1962-1969
123 Library, 1961-1963
124 Memorandums to staff, 1961-1973
boxfolder
21 Newspaper clippings, 1964-1973
22 News releases, 1966-1969
23 Organization and Projects of the Lab, 1966-1967
24 Personnel lists, 1960-1973
25 Staff meetings, 1961-1973
26 Symposiums, 1967
27 Visitor’s log, 1963-1973
Sub-subseries 1: Communications LPL
boxfolder
28 General, 1961-1974
29 Unpublished issues nos.196-199,
210 Unpublished issues nos. 200-209,
Subseries 7: Planetarium
boxfolder
211 1970-1973
Subseries 8: Department of Planetary Sciences (PLSC)
boxfolder
212 Proposals for Planetary and Lunar Studies Center/Institute, 1955-1962
213 Proposals for a graduate academic program in Planetary Sciences, 1955-1962
214 Proposals for a graduate academic program in Planetary Sciences, January 1955-May 1962
215 Proposals for a graduate academic program in Planetary Sciences, June 1972-June 1974
216 Teaching appointments, May 15, 1973
217 Planetary Sciences Committee Meetings Minutes, 1972-1973
218 Planetary Sciences Courses/Curriculum, 1972-1974
Series III: Correspondence 1923-1974
This series contains personal and professional correspondence and is arranged alphabetically by name. It contains both incoming and outgoing mail. There are also correspondence in the following folders: see also; University of Chicago correspondence, International Astronomical Union correspondence, National Academy of Science correspondence, NASA, Ames Research Center, NASA Apollo Project correspondence, NASA Comet Conference, NASA correspondence, NASA Ranger correspondence, Solar System correspondence, Stars and Stellar Systems correspondence, United States Air Force (USAF) correspondence.
boxfolder
219 Unknown,
220 Abbey to Aly
221 Amand to Antelo
boxfolder
31 Aoyagi to Avery
32 Abelson, Philip H., 1961
33 Abt, Helmut, 1955-1961
34 Ad Hoc Committee (Harvard College Observatory and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), 1968-1971
35 Adams Walter S., 1931-1954
36 Adler, Robert S., 1959-1960
37 Agnieray, Alice, 1970-1973
38 Aitken, R.G., 1931-1943
39 Akiyama, Mitsuo, 1963-1969
310 Alden, Harold L., 1947-1959
311 Alfred A. Knoph Incorporated, 1957-1966
312 Alperin, Morton, 1958
313 Alter, Dinsmore, 1955-1958
314 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1949-1973
315 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1968
316 American Astronomical Society (AAS), 1947-1959
317 American Astronomical Society (AAS), 1951-1963
318 American Astronomical Society (AAS), 1964-1969
319 American Astronomical Society (AAS), 1970-1973
320 American Geophysical Union, 1958-1973
321 American Institute Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1964-1969
322 American Philosophical Society, 1947-1951
323 Anders, Edward, 1959-1973
324 Anderson, Leif, 1971-1972
boxfolder
41 Annual Reviews Inc., Astronomy and Astrophysics, 1963-1973
42 Archaeology Club, University of Chicago, 1955-1956
43 Arizona Daily Star, 1950-1972
44 Arizona State University, 1962-1964
45 Armour Research Foundation, 1958-1960
46 Arthur, David, 1960-1966
47 Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1959-1973
48 Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 1956-1959
49 Association for Higher Education, Meet the Professor, 1961-1962
410 Astra Advisory Committee, 1968
411 Astronarium – William Tully, 1961
412 Astrophysical Journal, 1951-1963
413 Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, 1957-1973
414 Baarslag to Baustian,
415 Beach to Bertles,
416 Bhatnagar to Bouwers,
417 Bowe to Bruwer,
418 Buch to Byl,
419 Baade, Walter, 1939-1956
420 Babcock, Horace, 1953-1970
421 Baker, James G., 1941-1942
422 Baker, Robert, 1951-1957
423 Baldwin, Ralph, 1949-1965
424 Bartky, Walter, 1948-1958
425 Bashkin, Stanley, 1967-1968
426 Bauch and Lomb Inc., 1951-1966
427 The Bendix Corporation, 1957-1959
428 Berland,Theodore, 1963-1967
429 Binnendijk,Leen, 1946-1953
430 Binder, Alan B., 1961-1968
431 Blaauw, Adriaan, 1947-1966, 1973,
432 Blanco Victor M., 1968-1969
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51 Bleibtreu, Hermann K., 1972-1973
52 Block Associates Inc., 1963-1968
53 Boeing Airplane Co., 1958-1969
54 Bok, Bart, 1929-1950
55 Bok, Bart, 1955-1973
56 Bowen, Ira, 1952-1962
57 Bowling Green University, 1960
58 Braun, William C., 1950-1954
59 Bretz, J. Harlen, 1949-1973
510 Brouwer, Dirk, 1935-1963
511 Brown, Harrison, 1951-1960
512 Brown University, 1964-1968
513 Cabyeskii to Cayrel
514 Cech to Colvin
515 Comello to Czerny
516 California Institute of Technology (Caltech), 1958-1969
516 California Institute of Technology (Caltech), 1958-1969
517 Calvert, Mary, 1943-1954
518 Canada, Alfred H., 1969-1970
519 Cannell, William D., 1960-1967
520 Carder, Robert W., 1962-1973
521 Carl Zeiss Inc., 1966-1968
522 Carpenter, Edwin P., 1939-1963
523 Cave Optical Company, 1962-1968
524 Chamberlain Joseph W., 1954-1970
525 Chandrasekhar, Subrahmanyan (Chandra), 1936-1962
526 Chicago Astronomical Society, 1956-1958
527 Clemence, Gerald M., 1949-1965,
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61 Clutz, Laurence S., 1952-1962
62 Collier's Encyclopedia, 1962-1966
63 Colombo, Giuseppe, 1973
64 Columbia Broadcasting Systems(CBS) 1961-1972
65 Committee on Space Research - COSPAR, 1961-1972
66 Conference on Theoretical Geophysics, subcommittee, 1955-1956
67 Connes, Pierre, 1969-1973
68 Corning Glass Works, 1962-1967
69 Convair Astronauts, Division of General Dynamics, 1962-1967
610 Coyne, George, 1962-1973
611 Croom, Herman L., 1960-1964
612 Cruikshank, Dale P., 1960-1973
613 D.C. Heath and Company to De Montigny.
614 Denver Public Schools to Dole.
615 Domiques to Duverger.
616 Damon, Paul E., 1965-1971
617 David W. Mann Company. 1960-1962
618 DeConcini,Dennis, 1969
619 Dees, Bowen C., 1956, 1966-1968
620 Dees, Bowen C., 1969-1973
621 de Vancouleurs, Gerard, 1950-1973
622 de Wiess, F.A., 1967-1973
623 Dollfus, Audouin, 1950-1962
624 Dollfus, Audouin, 1963-1973
625 Douglas Aircraft Company, 1961-1966
626 Dutch Academy of Sciences, 1949-1954
627 Earth to Emery
628 Encyclopedia Americans to Extraterrestrial
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71 Eastman Kodak, 1952-1966
72 Ebbighausen, Edwin G., 1937-1966
73 Edmonds, Frank N., 1949-1969
74 Edmonds, Frank K., 1952-1962
75 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1959-1973
76 Encyclopedia Italian, 1970-1973
77 Federal Aviation Administration to Fischer
78 Fitzgerald to Fyter
79 Fagerstrom, Irene E., 1954-1962
710 Feldman, George J., 1958
711 Fernandez-Moran, Humberto., 1966-1970
712 Ferraro, John R., 1973
713 Ferwerda, J.G., 1934-1936
714 Fielder, Gilbert, 1956-1973
715 Fink, Uwe, 1967-1973
716 Finsen, William Stephen, 1932-1971
717 Focas, John H., 1953-1968
718 Fortune, 1943, 1960
719 Fountain, John, 1966-1973
720 Franklin Institute, 1952, 1968-1969
721 Frost, Edwin B. and Mary, 1896-1912
722 Fujita, Yoshio, 1950-1970
723 Gadomski to Gliese
724 Godwin to Guth
725 Gamow, George, 1959-1961
726 General Electric Company, 1949-1963
727 Geochemical Society, 1956
728 Gehrels, Tom, 1952-1959
729 Gehrels, Tom, 1960-1974
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81 Gillespie, Carl, 1963-1965
82 Goldberg, Leo, 1946-1973
83 Goldwater, Barry, 1960-1968
84 Goles, Gorden, 1959-1961
85 Goran, Morris, 1950-1957
86 Gorter, Cornelis J., 1937-196?
87 Grant, Gorden, 1955-1958
88 Gratton, Livio, 1950-1957
89 Green, Jack, 1956-1972
810 Green, Louis, 1952, 1968
811 Greenburg, Milton, 1955-1958
812 Greenstien, Jesse L., 1950-1970
813 The Grolier Society, 1941-1965
814 Gross, Kay, 1950-1957
815 Grumman Aerospace Corporation, 1965-1970
816 Guerin, Pierre 1964-1970
817 Guter, G.A., 1965
818 Haagsche to Haller
819 Ham to Heering
820 Heffer to Holiday Inn
821 Holland to Hutchinson
822 Haberer, Joseph, 1973
823 Hall, Freedom F., 1962-1972
824 Hall, John, 1960-1971
825 Hardie, Robert, 1959-1963
826 Harmon, Jack, 1967-1968
827 Haro, Guillermo, 1962-1973
828 Harrell, W.B., 1949-1961
829 Harris, Daniel L., 1947-1956
830 Harrison, Wendell, R., 1959-1960
831 Hartmann, William K., 1962-1973
832 Harvard University, 1959-1971
833 Harvill, Richard A., 1960-1965
834 Harvill, Richard A., 1960-1965
835 Harvill, Richard A., 1966-1973
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91 Hawaii Governor’s Conference on Science and Technology, 1964-1965
92 Heckmann, Otto, 1947-1967
93 Herbig, George H, 1951-1963
94 Herget, Paul, 1951-1963
95 Herring, Alika K., 1963-1973
96 Hertzsprung, Egner 1927-1963
97 Herzberg Gerhard, 1946-1973
98 Hess, Harry H., 1953-1961
99 Hess, Seymour L., 1949-1952
910 Hiltner, W.A., 1943-1961
911 Hines, Dorothy, 1946-1951
912 Hoag, Arthur A., 1952-1970
913 Hodges, Paul, 1950-1958
914 Hoening, Stuart A., 1961-1965
915 Holsclaw, Douglas, 1967-1972
916 Hooghoudt, B.G., 1958-1966
917 Houston, Robert L., 1963-1971
918 Howard, John N., 1963-1971
919 Hoyt, David, 1972-1973
920 Huffer, C.M., 1950-1957
921 Huges Aircraft Company, 1961-1969
922 Hunt, Mahlon S., 1961-1971
923 Huzzen, Carl, 1958-1960
924 Hynek, Allen J., 1946-1957, 1973
925 International Business Machines (IBM) to Iwanewska
926 International Academy of Astronautics, 1963-1973
927 International Geological Congress, March 22-29, 1972
928 International Symposium Center Remote Sensing, 1969
930 Jepson to Just,
931 Java, Indonesia, 1929-1937
932 Java, Indonesia, 1949-1959
933 Java, Indonesia Bosscha Observatory, 1970-1973
934 Jefferies, John, 1964-1966
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101 Johnson, Harold, 1951-1969
102 Johnson, Hugh M., 1956-1961
103 Johnson, Swede, 1964-1973
104 Johnson, Warren, 1956-1960
105 Jose, P.D., 1949-1951
106 Journal of Geophysical Research, 1958-1967
107 Joy, Alfred H., 1953-1962
108 Kabisch to Kiwanis
109 Kirkpatrick to Kwason
1010 Kaplan, Joseph, 1953-1962
1011 Kassander, A.R., 1959-1973
1012 Kennight, Charles E., 1959-1973
1013 Kent, Jack T., 1949-1972
1014 Kiepenheur, Karl O., 1945-1949
1015 Kiepenheur, Karl O., 1951-1971
1016 Kitt Peak Observatory, 1960-1973
1017 Klepesta, Joseph, 1960-1962
1018 Knuckles, Claude F. 1951-1953
1019 Kopal, Zdeneck, 1958-1971
1020 Kopff, August, 1946-1956
1021 Kozyrev, N.A., 1962-1969
1022 Kraft, Robert P., 1957-1958
1023 Krebs, Marlyn E., 1951-1962
1024 L. Peter Cogan Foundation - Library of Congress
1025 Lick to Lyons
1026 Lamont-Hussey Observatory, 1951-1962
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111 Larson, Harold P., 1969-1973
112 Larson, Steve, 1968-1973
113 Laufer, Arthur R., 1962-1963
114 Lee, Thomas A., 1970-1973
115 Leighton, Robert, 1950, 1958, 1970,
116 Lenham, Alan, 1955-1964
117 Le Poole, J.B., 1965-1973
118 Levin, Boris J., 1958-1965
119 Life Magazine, 1948-1959
1110 Lovell, Bernard, 1948-1959
1111 Low, Frank J., 1961-1973
1112 Lowell Observatory, 1952-1972
1113 Loyt, Bernard, 1945-1952
1114 Luyten, William J., 1939-1948
1115 Lynds, Beverly, 1957-1971
1116 Mabee to May
1117 Mayer to Meszaros
1118 Moore to Myers
1119 MacMillan Company, 1962-1965
1120 Marcov, A., 1960-1962
1121 Marshall, Thomas Jr., 1949
1122 Martin Company, 1966-1967
1123 Martin Marrietta Aerospace, 1962-1973
1124 Martynov, D. Ja., 1961-1968
1125 Mason, Arnold, 1960-1969,
1126 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 1961-1968,
1127 Mayall, Nicholas, 1961-1973
1128 McDonald, James E., 1961-1970
1129 McDonald Observatory, 1938-1943
1130 McDonald Observatory, 1957-1960
1131 McDonald Observatory, 1961-1970
1132 McDonnell Aircraft Corporation, 1958-1969
1133 McGraw Hill Book Company, 1957-1969
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121 McMillan, Samuel, 1961-1974
122 McVittie, G.C., 1955-1962
123 Meinel, Aden B., 1950-1969
124 Meinesz, Vening, 1945-1966
125 Melpar Inc., 1962-1963
126 Menzel, Donald H., 1950-1969
127 Metropolis, Nicholas, 1956-1961
128 Meteoritical Society, 1953-1974
129 Michkovitch, A.G., 1956-1961
1210 Middlehurst, Barbara, 1959-1961
1211 Middlehurst, Barbara, 1962-1966
1212 Middlehurst, Barbara, 1967-1973
1213 Mikhailov, A. A., 1959-1965
1214 Millman, Peter 1952-1973
1215 Minnaert, Marcel Gilles, 1945-1970
1216 Minton, R.B., 1971-1973
1217 Mohler, Orren C., 1952-1968
1218 Moore, Elliott, 1956-1961
1219 Morgan, R. H., 1956
1220 Morgan, W.W., 1943-1973
1221 Mountain Bell - Tumamoc Hill, 1973
1222 Mutual Buying Syndicate Incorporated, 1965, 1970
1223 Naef to Nicalet
1224 Nichol to Nya
1225 Nacozy, Paul, 1973
1226 Nagy, Bartholomew, 1967-1972
1227 Nassau, Jason J., 1946-1960
1228 National Center for Atmospheric Research, 1967-1970
1229 National Geographic Society, 1957-1972
1230 National Radio Astronomy Observatory, 1956-1959
1231 National Radio Astronomy Observatory, 1960-1969
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131 NATO ASI Planetary Atmospheres, 1972
132 Nature, 1967-1970
133 Negus de Wys,Jane, 1968
134 The Netherlands American Foundation, 1933-1966
135 The Netherlands American University League, 1942-1954
136 Netherlands, 1934-1939
137 Netherlands, 1940-1966
138 New York Academy of Sciences, 1951-1970
139 Newsweek, 1949-1968
1310 Nininger, Harvey H., 1954-1962
1311 Noble, Charles M., 1952-1959
1312 North American Aviation Inc., 1960-1964
1313 Noyes, John C., 1963-1968
1314 Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Oxford University Press,
1315 Observatory Council, 1947-1951
1316 Office of Aerospace Research Advisory Group, 1963-1964
1317 Ogle, Kenneth N., 1959
1318 Ogorodnikov, K.F., 1959
1319 Olivier, Charles P., 1959
1320 Oort Jan H., 1949-1953
1321 Oort Jan H., 1954-1970
1322 Oosterhoff, Pieter, 1934-1957
1323 Optical Science Center, University of Arizona, 1966-1972
1324 Orway, Frederick L. III, 1961-1965
1325 Owen, Tobias C., 1960-1973
1326 Pace to Perlmutter
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141 Perti to Platt
142 Podhorsky to Pushkar
143 Page, Thornton, 1947-1959
144 Page, Thornton, 1960-1973
145 Palmer, Percy S., 1949-1954
146 Pannekoek, Antonie, 1934-1968
147 Patrick, David, 1960-1970
148 Pennsylvania State University, 1958-1959
149 Percy, Jim, 1966-1973
1410 Pergamon Press, 1952-1970
1411 Perkin Elmer Corporation, 1961-1962
1412 Perkins, Barbara, 1957-1962
1413 Pesek, Luke, 1964-1965
1414 Pfeiffer, John E., 1951-1959
1415 Pikes Peak, 1969-1970
1416 Pliva, Josef, 1955-1968
1417 Pohl, R.W., 1973
1418 Popper, Daniel, 1939-1962
1419 Quibell to Quadrangle Club
1420 Radio diffusion Television Belge to Reiffel
1421 Reinhold to Roman
1422 Roosevelt College to Ryback
1423 Rabe, Eugene K. 1952-1958
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151 Raimond, Jean J., 1947-1959
152 Rand McNally, 1954-1972
153 Ramdic, Leo, 1956-1971
154 Rao, K. Narahari, 1956, 1964
155 RCA Victor Company, 1962-1964
156 Regner, Victor, 1946-1954
157 Research Corporation of America, 1950-1959
158 Reuyl, Dirk, 1934-1941
159 Rhodes, Herbert D., 1960-1972
1510 Rice University, 1966-1967
1511 Richards, W.L., 1961-1965
1512 Richter, Anders, 1960-1964
1513 Richter, Paul H., 1973
1514 Ringwood, Alfred E., 1965-1973
1515 Roach, Frank E., 1950-1954
1516 Rosch, Jean, 1953-1970
1517 Roberts, Walter Orr, 1949-1964
1518 Roemer, Elizabeth, 1965-1974
1519 Rose, Ben, 1957-1958
1520 Ross, Frank E., 1935-1956
1521 Royal Astronomical Society, 1944-1973
1522 Rubingh, Hendrik, 1949-1955
1523 Runcorn, Stanley Keith, 1961-1972
1524 Russell, Henry Norris, 1934-1955
1525 Rutlland, Frederico, 1958-1962
1526 Rybka, Eugeniusz, 1963-1964
1527 Saari, to Schoonmaker Company Inc.
1528 Schorr to Sheldon
1529 Shell Development to Smith, Bradford A.
1530 Smith, Burke to Southwestern Science Exposition
1531 Space Science to Steward, Robert
1532 Stiger to Szergo
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161 Sagan, Carl, 1955-1966
162 Sagan, Carl, >1967-1973
163 Sahade, Jorge, 1969-1971
164 Salisbury, John W., 1959-1972
165 Sandia Laboratories, 1971-1972
166 Saturday Review, 1959-1964
167 Savodoff, Malcolm, 1955-1957
168 Schaefer, John P., 1971-1973
169 Schatz, Albert, 1954-1958
1610 Schiemann, Heinrick, 1966-1970
1611 Schlesinger, Frank, 1934-1943
1612 Schorn, Ronald, 1964-1972
1613 Schott, Lucille, 1954-1960
1614 Schwartz, Mortimer, 1963
1615 Schwarzschild, Martin, 1937-1965
1616 Science, 1952-1973
1617 Science Service, 1941-1966
1618 Science America, 1949-1962
1619 Scientia, 1935-1951
1620 Scott, N.W. - Stags Head Studios, 1963
1621 Seyfert, Carl K., 1937-1952
1622 Shaler, Amos, 1938-1940
1623 Shane, Charles Donald, 1946-1962
1624 Shapeley, A.H., 1951-1956
1625 Shapelely, Harold, 1935-1959
1626 Sharonov, V.V., 1961
1627 Sharpless, Stewart, 1966-1970
1628 Shchegolev, D.E., 1960-1961
1629 Shoemaker, Eugene M., 1956-1969
1630 Sigma Xi, 1951-1970
1631 Sill, Godfrey, 1965-1971
1632 Simmons, Melvin J., 1965-1973
1633 Singer, S. Fred, 1952-1972
1634 Sky and Telescope, 1943-1973
1635 Slipher, E.C., 1950-1955
1636 Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 1972
1637 Society of the Mayflower Descendants of Arizona, 1964
1638 Sonnet, C.P., 1972-1973
1639 Spitzer, Lyman, 1947-1951
1640 Springer-Verlag, 1963-1965
1641 State of Arizona Atomic Energy Commission, 1966
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171 State of Arizona Atomic Energy Commission, 1967
172 State of Arizona Atomic Energy Commission, 1968-1969
173 State of Oregon - Lunar Geological Field Conference, 1965
174 Stebbins, Joel, 1963-1964
175 Steiger, Walter, 1950-1951
176 Stephenson, C. Bruce, 1950
177 Steward Observatory, 1966-1971
178 Stickler, W. Hugh, 1950-1951
179 Stock, Jurgen, 1958-1961
1710 Strand, K. Aa, 1937-1967
1711 Streeter, Jean R., 1958-1967
1712 Streeter, John W., 1951-1955
1713 Strom, Robert G., 1961-1973
1714 Stromgren, Genght, 1937-1959
1715 Struve, Otto, 1933-1939
1716 Struve, Otto, 1940-1947
1717 Struve, Otto, 1948-1965
1718 Suess, Hans, 1950-1969
1719 Sullivan, Walter, 1959-1964
1720 Sweet, Larry, 1972
1721 Swings, Pol, 1940-1953
1722 Swings, Pol, 1954-1973
1723 Tacket to Tokyo
1724 Tollin to Tyrrell
1725 Tatsch, James, 1959-1970
1726 Texereau, Jean, 1965-1965
1727 Time Incorporated, 1959-1971
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181 Titulaer, Chriet, 1969-1973
182 Tombaugh, Clyde W., 1946-1961
183 Trimble, John B., 1966-1972
184 Trumpler, Robert J., 1935-1957
185 Turner, Ralph, 1965-1973
186 Ubell to Urbanowicz
187 Udall, Morris K., 1966-1973
188 Unitarian Church of Tucson, 1964-1969
189 United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 1953-1957
1810 United States Civil Service Commission, 1970
1811 United States Department of the Air Force, 1955-1971
1812 United States Department of the Army, 1961-1966
1813 United States Department of the Navy, 1950-1970
1814 United States Federal Communication Commission, 1968
1815 United States Forest Service, 1962-1973
1816 Universidad Nacional de Mexico, Institute de Astronomics, 1973
1817 Universities Space Research Association, 1969-1971
1818 University of Arizona, 1962-1973
1819 University of Chicago, 1948-1959
1820 University of Chicago Alumni Association, 1958-1959
1821 University of Chicago Press, 1939-1973
1822 University of Denver, 1966-1968
1823 University of Pennsylvania Board of Consultants, 1957-1958
1824 University of Texas, 1957-1969
1825 University of Virginia, 1968
1826 Urey, Harold C., 1950-1955
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191 V and V Hackett Studio to Vanderbilt University
192 Varney to Vyssotsky
193 Van Biesbroeck, George, 1932-1973
194 Van de Hulst, Hendrick, 1945-1950
195 Van de Kamp, Piet, 1936-1961
196 Van den Bos, W.H., 1929-1972
197 Van den Hoek, J., 1934-1953
198 Van der Bilt, J., 1928-1962
199 Van Doren, Gerald, 1954-1961
1910 Van Houten, C.J., 1952-1973
1911 Wachendorf to Wertime
1912 Wesslink to Williams Bay
1913 Williamson, D.H. to Wyse, Art
1914 Waland, Robert, 1962-1968
1915 Wallenquist, Ake, 1934-1952
1916 Waller, E.E., 1973-1974
1917 Wamsteker, Willen, 1972-1973
1918 Wanders, A.J.M., 1950-1958
1919 Watkins, Edwin, 1958
1920 Weaver, Albert B., 1963-1973
1921 Weideman, Charles Ray, 1972
1922 Weitbrecht, Robert H., 1933-1951
1923 Weselink, Adriaan, 1933-1951
1924 Westinghouse Electric Company, 1962-1966
1925 Western Gear, 1964-1965
1926 Weyman, Ray J., 1965-1972
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201 Whaley, W. Gordon, 1958-1967
202 Whipple, Fred L., 1943-1973
203 Whitaker, Ewen A., 1956-1972
204 Whitford, Albert F., 1959-1965
205 White House, Washington, DC., 1961
206 Wildt, Rubert, 1947-1959
207 Wilska, Avar P., 1959-1972
208 Williamson, C.J., 1949-1969
209 Winzen, Otto C., 1971-1973
2010 Wise, Edward, 1972
2011 Wissell, Charles E. - Not a Meteorite, 1960-1962
2012 Wood, Charles, 1969-1973
2013 Wood, Frank B., 1950-1958
2014 Wood, John, 1961-1971
2015 World Book Encyclopedia, 1956-1964
2016 Wurm, Karl, 1946-1954
2017 Wylie, C.C., 1950-1953
2018 Yamamoto to Young
2019 Yale University Press, 1952-1962
2020 Zacharissen to Zissis
2021 Zumberge, James H., 1952-1962
Series IV: Lunar Planetary Laboratory (LPL): Telescopes and Facilities, 1961-1973.
This series is arranged alphabetically and contains; photographs, correspondence, documents and blueprints of telescopes, facilities, and observatories which were operated or constructed during the tenure of Gerald Kuiper as the director of LPL
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2022 History of Catalina Observatory (Mt. Bigelow), 1965
2023 Catalina Site I, 1963-1969
2024 Catalina Site II, 1964-1972
2025 Catalina Site III, 1961-1963
2026 Catalina Observatory 10 inch telescope, 1961-1966
2027 Catalina 21 inch telescope, 1961-1963, 1967
2028 Catalina 27 inch Schmidt telescope, 1967-1973
2029 Catalina 28 inch telescope, 1967-1973
2029 Catalina 28 inch telescope, 1967-1973
2029 Catalina 28 inch telescope, 1967-1973
2030 60 inch aluminum mirror telescope (Catalina, Mt lemon, Baja.), 1960-1968
2031 Mount Lemon Infrared telescope facilities drawings, undated
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211 Mount Lemon Infrared telescope facility, 1967-1973
212 Mount Lemon Infrared 60 inch telescope removal by Air Force 1971-1973
213 Mount Lemon Seeing Tests - George Coyne, 1970-1973
214 Mount Lemon users group, 1969-1973
215 Problems with 61 inch telescope, 1973
216 61 inch telescope, 1964-1973
217 61 inch telescope – Western Gear Contract, 1964-1966
218 61 inch telescope dome construction photographs, undated
219 61 inch telescope observing schedule, undated
2110 Photographs taken by the 61” telescope - Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, 1967-1973
2111 Soldier Peak 40 inch telescope, 1968-1973
2112 Spectroscopic Laboratory, 1961
2113 Tumamoc Hill 12½ inch telescope, 1961-1962,1972
2114 Tumamoc Hill 16 inch telescope, 1961-1965
2115 Tumamoc Hill 21 inch telescope, undated
2116 [1962], undated
Series V: International Astronomical Union, 1946-1973.
This series is arranged chronological and contains meeting minutes from the UAI,
Subseries 1: General
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2117 Correspondence, 1946-1973
2118 Oosterrhoff, P. Th - UAI President undated
2119 Notes undated
2120 Unknown, 1950-1952
Subseries 2: Commission 16 – Study of Planets and Satellites
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2121 1947-1952
2122 1946-1973
2123 1956-1958
2124 1956-1958
2125 1963-1969
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221 1970-1971
222 1972
223 1973
Subseries 3: Commission 17 - Lunar Nomenclature
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224 1965-1966
225 1967
226 1968-1969
227 1970-1972
228 1972
229 January 1973-April 1973
2210 May 1973-November 1973
2211 Atlas of the Moon, undated
Subseries 4: Commission 20 - Positions and motions of minor planets, comets and satellites
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2212 1954-1973
Subseries 5: Commission 26 - High Energy Astrophysics
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2213 1950-1961
Subseries 6: Commission 44 - High Energy Astrophysics
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2214 1961-1963
Subseries 7: Mars Committee
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2215 1953-1955
Subseries 8: United States National Committee
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2216 1957-1967
Subseries 9: IAU General Assembly meetings
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2217 Rome, 1952
2218 Dublin, 1955
2219 Moscow - 1, 1958
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231 Moscow - 2, 1958
232 Berkley, CA, 1961
233 Hamburg, Germany, 1964
234 Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1967
235 Sydney, Australia, 1972
Subseries 10: IAU Symposiums
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236 Symposium on the Moon, Leningrad, 1960, 1960
237 11th International Astrophysical Symposium Brighton, England, 1962
238 Symposium no. 23 Astronomical Observations from Space Vehicles, Liege, Belgium 1964
239 Symposium no.40 Planetary Atmospheres Marfa, Texas 1969
2310 Symposium no. 47,The Moon The University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, 1971
2311 Symposium Poland, 1973
Series: VI: National Academy of Science 1942-1973.
This series is arranged chronologically and contains correspondence, meeting minutes, and reports.
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2312 General correspondence, 1941-1953
2313 General correspondence, 1954-1959
2314 General correspondence, 1960-1963
2315 General correspondence, 1964-1965
2316 General correspondence, 1966-1968
2317 General correspondence, 1969-1973
2318 NAS Business Section Meeting Minutes, 1956-1965
2319 NAS Business Section Meeting Minutes, 1966-1974
2320 NAS Space Science Board, 1961-1962
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241 NAS Space Science Board, 1963-1966
242 NAS Space Science Board, 1967
243 NAS Space Science Board, 1968-1969
244 Space Science Board Draft Reports for the Summer Session, 1967
245 Space Station Conference NAS-Ames. Moffett Field, September 9-10,1970
Series VII: National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1954-1974.
This series is arranged alphabetically by name and then chronologically by date. It contains correspondence, photographs, reports, conference proceedings, and projects.
Subseries 1: Ames Research Center
Sub-subseries 1:General correspondence
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246 1959
247 1963-1967
248 1968-1969
249 1970-1973
Sub-subseries 2:Convair 990 (CV-990)
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2410 High Altitude Flight, 1966-1968
2411 High Altitude Sun Flight Data, Summer 1968
2412 High Altitude Venus Flight Data, 1967
2413 High Altitude Mars Flight Data, 1967
2414 Window Transmittance Data and Gratings used for Sun, 1968
2415 Jet Windows, 1963, 1967
2416 Jet Program, undated
2417 Airborne Infrared Telescope, [1967]
2418 Observatory Flight Maps, [1966-1967]
2419 Photographs, [1966-1967]
2420 Airborne Lab Handbook, [1966-1967]
2421 Lear Jet High Altitude Program, [1968-1969]
2422 36 inch Airborne Telescope, 1967-1969
Subseries 2: Apollo Project
Sub-subseries 1: General correspondence
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251 1960-1962
252 1963-1965
253 1966-1969
Sub-subseries 2: Apollo Program and Lunar Science.
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254 1970-1973
Subseries 3: Comet Conference NASA and LPL April 8-9,1970
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255 Comet Conference Correspondence, 1970-1973
256 Comet Conference Proceedings, 1970
Subseries 4: Correspondence.
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257 A - S
258 Brunk, William, 1965-1967
259 Brunk, William, 1968-1969
2510 Brunk, William, 1970-1973
2511 Bryson, Robert P., 1965-1973
2512 Cortright, E.M., 1960-1969
2513 Cunningham, N.W., 1960-1965
2514 Dunbin Maurice, 1965, 1970-1973
2515 Dwornik, Stephen, 1966-1973
2516 Holmes, Donald C., 1963-1965
2517 Jastrow, Robert, 1963-1973
2518 Liddel, Urner, 1962-1967
2519 Moore, Roger, 1960-1964
2520 Morgan, Winnie M., 1963-1966
2521 Newell, Homer E., 1961-1964
2522 Newell, Homer E., 1965-1973
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261 Nicks, Cran W., 1962-1972
262 O’Keefe, John A., 1959-1960
263 Smull, T.L.K., 1961-1965
Subseries 5: Goddard Space Flight Center.
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264 1960-1967
265 1968-1973
Subseries 6: Marshall Space Flight Center.
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266 1962-1973
Subseries 7: Infrared Astronomy Working Group.
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267 1962-1973
Subseries 8: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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268 1959-1965
269 1966-1973
Subseries 9: Lunar Science Institute
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2610 1969-1972
Subseries 10: Manned Spacecraft Center
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2611 1970-1973
Subseries 11: Mariner Program Mars- Mercury-Venus (MMV)
Sub-subseries 1: General
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2612 1960-1962
2613 1963-1965
2614 1966-1969
2615 1970-1973
Sub-subseries 2: Mariner 73 TV Experiment Team Reports
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2616 1970
2617 1971(1)
2618 1971(2)
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271 1972
272 1972
Sub-subseries 3: Photographs taken by Mariner Program
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273 1971-1972
Sub-subseries 4: Mariner 9 - Photographs
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274 1972
Sub-subseries 5: Mariner study meeting
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275 1969
Subseries 12: NASA Missions Loose Handwritten Notes by Dr. Kuiper
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276 undated
Subseries 13: NASA University Program Review Conference
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277 1965-1966
Subseries 14: NASA Office of University Affairs
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278 1966-1973
Subseries 15: NASA Official Visit to University of Arizona
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279 Photographs of the ground breaking ceremony for the U of A Science building, 1965
Subseries 16: Orbiter
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2710 1966-1969
Subseries 17: Planetary and Interplanetary Science Subcommittee
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2711 1960-1962
Subseries 18: Planetology Subcommittee
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2712 1960-1962
2713 1963
Subseries 19: Ranger
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2714 Correspondence, 1964
2715 Correspondence, 1965 (1)
2716 Correspondence, 1965 (2)
2717 Correspondence, 1966-1969
2718 Ranger VI Block 3, 1963-1964
2719 Ranger VII, 1964
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281 Ranger VII Report Draft, undated
282 Ranger VII Report Photography/Diagrams, 1964-1965
283 Ranger VII Final Report, 1965
284 Ranger VII clean-up frames, 1965
285 Ranger VII First analysis of data, undated
286 Ranger VII early reports and photographs 1964
287 Ranger VII interpretation of the Ranger records, 1965
288 Ranger VIII-IX,Lunar results, 1966
289 Ranger VIII-IX, 1964-1965
2810 Ranger VIII – IX Interpretation of the Ranger Records, 1966
2811 Ranger VIII Original Release Set Photographs, February 2, 1965
2812 Ranger IX Bearing Strength of Alphonsus Crater, 1975
2813 Ranger Atlas, 1964-1966
2814 Ranger History, 1971
2815 Ranger Notes, [1964]
2816 Ranger Program TV Picture, 1960-1964
Subseries 20: Space Flight Earth Photographs
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2817 1962-1971
Subseries 21: Space Program
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2818 1961
2819 1965
Subseries 22: Space Research
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291 1970-1973
Subseries 23: Space Sciences Building/University of Arizona
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292 Committee, 1960-1962
293 Committee, 1963-1965
294 Committee, 1966
295 Committee, 1967
296 Committee, 1968
297 Committee, 1969-1972
298 Proposal for a Space Sciences Center, 1964
299 Space Sciences Building Dedication and Symposium on the Lunar Surface 1966-1967
2910 Space Science Building Photographs of the Dedication 1964
2911 NASA visiting committee February 15, 1968
Subseries 24: Space Science Steering Committee
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2912 1960 (binder)
2913 1961-1962
Subseries 25: Surveyor
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2914 1960-1961
2915 1962
2916 1963
2917 1966
2918 1967
2919 1968-1973
Subseries 26: Tiros Weather Satellite
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301 1960-1966
Subseries 27: Viking Project
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302 1954-1970
Subseries 28: Voyager Mission to Mars
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303 1965
Series: VIII: National Science Foundation, 1959-1973.
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304 1952-1953
305 1954-1962
306 1963-1967
307 1968-1973
Series: IX: Publication Files. This series is arranged alphabetically. It is a record of Dr. Kuiper’s writing career. This subgroup is divided into 6 series: Solar System. Stars and Stellar Systems, articles, lectures, papers. Atlases. Book Chapters. Notes, 1944-1974.
Subseries 1: Solar System, 1951-1966
Sub-subseries 1: Volume 1: The Sun
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308 Chapter 6 (1), undated
309 Chapter 6 (2), undated
3010 Chapter 6 (3), undated
3011 Chapter 6 (4), undated
3012 Chapter 6 - figures, undated
3013 Chapter 9 (1), undated
3014 Chapter 9 (2), undated
Sub-subseries 2: Volume 2: The Earth as a Planet
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3015 Figures from chapters 9 and 12 undated
Sub-subseries 3: Volume 3: Planets and satellites
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3016 Chapter 1 undated
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311 Chapter 4, undated
312 Chapter 5, undated
313 Chapter 8 (1), undated
314 Chapter 8 (2), undated
315 Chapter 11, undated
316 Chapter 13, undated
317 Chapter 14, undated
318 Chapter 16, undated
319 Chapter 18, undated
Sub-subseries 4: Volume 4: The moon, meteorites, and comets
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3110 Chapter 3, undated
3111 Chapter 16, undated
3112 Chapter 17, undated
3113 Chapter 18, undated
3114 Chapter 19, undated
3115 Chapter 21, undated
3116 The Moon, undated
3117, Reviews 1951-1955, 1964
Sub-subseries 5: Correspondence from editors and authors
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3118 Alexander, Mary, 1951-1960
3119 Babcock Harold D., 1952-1962
3120 Bates, D.R., 1953-1954
3121 Beals, C.S., 1939-1963
3122 Brower, Dirk, 1954-1961
3123 Daniels, Glenn, 1953-1954
3124 Evans, John W., 1953-1961
3125 Fagerstrom, Irene E., 1953-1961
3126 Finsen, W.S., 1955-1966
3127 Goetz, John B., 1961-1963
3128 Goldberg, Leo, 1952-1966
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321 Hagihara Y., 1950-1962
322 Harrison, Brown, 1950-1961
323 Hemens, Rollin D., 1950-1957
324 Herget, Paul, 1950-1964
325 Herzberg, Gerhard, 1954-1955
326 Holliday, Cylde, 1950-1954
327 Hutchinson, G.E., 1950-1954
328 Jefferys, Harold, 1950-1954
329 Jones, Harold Spence, 1950-1955
3210 Kiepenheuer, K.O., 1953-1966
3211 King, Jean I., 1952-1957
3212 Krinov, E.L., 1957-1961
3213 Kuiper, Gerard P., 1961-1963
3214 Jacchia, Luigi, 1960-1962
3215 Larimer, John W., 1968
3216 Lenham, Allan P., 1957-1964
3217 Lipskiy, Y.M., 1961-1966
3218 Mason, Brian, 1954
3219 Mayer, Cornell H., 1959-1962
3220 Mikhailoy, A.A., 1959-1962
3221 Millman, Peter M., 1956-1964
3222 Minnaert, Marcel, 1951-1966
3223 Mohler, O.C., 1950-1952
3224 Nagy, Bartholomew, 1962
3225 Nicolet, M., 1952-1954
3226 Niminger, H.H., 1955-1966
3227 Oort, J.H., 1950-1964
3228 Paetzold, H.K., 1956-1962
3229 Pawsey, J. L., 1952-1953
3230 Pettit, Edison, 1950-1966
3231 Porter, J.G., 1961-1966
3232 Roberts, W.O., 1951-1953
3233 Roemer, Elizabeth, 1960-1963
3234 Rottenberg, J.A., 1961-1966
3235 Russell, H.N., 1951-1952
3236 Shoemaker, E.M, 1959-1963
3237 Shugg, Roger W., 1961-1963
3238 Simpson, J.A., 1953-1966
3239 Sinton, William M., 1959-1966
3240 Sitterly, Charlotte Moore, 1951-1961
3241 Sverdrup, H.U., 1950-1954
3242 Swings, Pol, 1952-1962
3243 Tombaugh, C.W., 1953-1966
3244 Tousey, R., 1950-1966
3245 Van De Hulst, Henk C., 1952-1967
3246 Vladimir, Reichl L., 1962-1963
3247 Wexler, Harry, 1961-1962
3248 Whipple, Fred, 1954-1962
3249 Wild, J.P., 1952-1953
3250 Wildt, Rupert, 1950-1961
3251 Wilson, J.T., 1950-1961
3252 Woods, J.A., 1961-1966
3253 Wright, Helen, 1961-1966
3254 Wurm, K., 1950-1966
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331 A - G
332 H - M
333 N - Z
Subseries 2: Stars and Stellar Systems, 1954-1968
Sub-subseries 1: Volumes 1-9
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334 Preface to Series, undated
335 Volume 1 - Telescopes, undated
336 Volume 2 - Astronomical techniques, undated
337 Volume 3 - Basic astronomical data, undated
338 Volume 4 - Clusters and binaries undated
339 Volume 5 - Galactic structure, undated
3310 Volume 6 - Stellar atmospheres, undated
3311 Volume 7 - Nebulae and interstellar matter, undated
3312 Volume 8 - Stellar structure, undated
3313 Volume 9 - Galaxies and the universe, undated
Sub-subseries 2: Reviews
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3314 [1961-1961]
Sub-subseries 3: Correspondence from editors and authors
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3315 Alexander, Mary, 1960-1961
3316 Aller, Lawerance, 1955-1963
3317 Aller, Lawrence, 1964-1967
3318 Babcock, Horace 1954-1962
3319 Bamford, Dotha, 1962-1963
3320 Bashkin, Stanley, 1962-1963
3321 Blaauw, Adriaan, 1955-1967
3322 Bolton, J.G., 1957-1960
3323 Bowen, Ira. S., 1954-1960
3324 Boyer, Edna, 1956-1960
3325 Czyzak, Stanely, 1964-1966
3326 Danjon, A, 1960
3327 Davis, Leverett, Jr., 1960-1968
3328 Dietz,Robert, 1960-1963
3329 Dollfus, Audouin, 1957-1962
3330 Drake, F.D., 1959-1960
3331 Flack, Margaret, 1965-1966
3332 Goetz, John B., 1960-1965
3333 Goldberg Leo, 1956-1960
3334 Greenburg, J. Mayo, 1961-1967
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341 Greenstien, Jess L., 1954-1964
342 Haro, Guillermo, 1964-1968
343 Hemen, Rollin D., 1956
344 Hiltner, W.A., 1956-1962
345 Johnson, Hugh M., 1960-1968
346 Johnson, J.R., 1962-1963
347 Kerr, F.J., 1962-1967
348 Kopal, Z., 1960-1963
349 Kuiper, Gerard P., 1956-1969
3410 Ledoux, P., 1960-1966
3411 Liller, William, 1961-1967
3412 Markowitz, William, 1954-1960
3413 McLanghlin, D.B., 1954-1960
3414 Meinel, A.B., 1958-1960
3415 Minkowski, Rudolph, 1965-1960
3416 Mohler, Orren D., 1956-1962
3417 Narita, George, 1967
3418 Parker, Eugene N., 1964-1968
3419 Reichl, Vladimir L., 1962
3420 Richter, Anders, 1960-1966
3421 Sandage, Allan, 1964-1967
3422 Schmidt, Maarten, 1958-1964
3423 Sears, Dick,, 1959-1964
3424 Spitzer, Lyman Jr., 1965-1968
3425 Stock, Jurgen, 1959-1962
3426 Strand, KAa, 1956-1968
3427 Struve, Otto, 1954-1955
3428 Sutherland, Dorothy, 1961-1962
3429 Upton, E.K.L., 1965-1968
3430 Weaver, Harold, 1955-1966
3431 Wheatley, Sue, 1964-1966
3432 Wheatley, Sue, 1967
3433 Wood,Frank Bradshaw, 1954-1962
3434 Young, Bruce, 1954-1962
3435 Zwicky, F., 1962-1965
3436 A - C
3437 D - K
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351 L - P
352 R - Z
Subseries 3: Articles, talks, lectures, papers. 1936-1974
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353 10 years of astronomical observation at McDonald observatory, undated
354 Abundances of the elements, 1952
355 Adventures of the mind on the moon, 1958-1961
356 Asteroid light curves, 1952
357 Asteroids, 1956, 1958
358 Asteroids and Meteorites, undated
359 The Asteroids as the sources of the meteorites, 1961
3510 Asteroids – computations, 1949-1956
3511 Astronomy and astrophysics in Hawaii, 1965
3512 Astrophysical topics/Purdue lectures, undated
3513 The Atmosphere and cloud layer of Venus, 1956
3514 Atmosphere of the earth and planets, 1948-1949
3515 Atmosphere of the earth and planets, 1950-1952, 1957
3516 Atmosphere of the earth and planets, 2nd edition, 1963, 1963,
3517 Binary Stars, undated
3518 Cloudcroft, New Mexico summer lecture series, 1961-1962
3519 Comets and the dissipation of the solar nebula, undated
3520 Comments on the future undated
3521 The Composition of Saturn's rings, 1970
3522 Development of the lunar surface, 1959
3523 Diameters of planets and satellites, 1953-1955
3524 Dimensions of contact surfaces in close binaries, 1956
3525 Does the earth have a second satellite, 1956
3526 Dwarf stars, [1947]
3527 Effects of a National Space Program on Universities, 1968
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361 An Emission produced by single stars, undated
362 Empirical mass luminosity relation, 1936
363 Environment of the moon and the planets, 1958
364 Epsilon Aurigae, 1938
365 Extraterrestrial life, panel, 1958
366 Extraterrestrial life, panel, 1959
367 The Formation of the planets, part 2 and 3, 1955-1956
368 Future observational work on double stars, [1952]
369 German astronomy during the war, 1946
3610 Hertzsprung–Russell diagram/abstract, 1941
3611 High and low velocity stars, [1944-1947]
3612 High resolution planetary observation, 1971-1972
3613 Identification of the Venus cloud layers, undated
3614 Impressions of the mapping science laboratory, undated
3615 Infrared and radio discussion report, 1972
3616 Infrared equipment, 1946-1947
3617 Infrared spectra of planets and cool stars, 1964
3618 Interpretation of the Jupiter red spot, 1970-1973
3619 Interpretation of lunar probe data, 1967
3620 Is there life on Mars? 1951-1952
3621 The Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, 1964
3622 A Lunar evening with Dr. Kuiper, 1965
3623 Lunar explorations, 1963
3624 Lunar rock - Maanstenen, 1971
3625 Lunar studies, 1956
3626 The Lunar surface and the U.S. Ranger Program, 1966
3627 Lunar surface features, and internal development of the moon, 1958
3628 Micrometer measurements of double stars, abstract only, 1960
3629 The Moon, 1959
3630 The Moon and earth, 1966
3631 The Moon and its origin, November 12, 1954
3632 Nature of the lunar surface, 1956
3633 Nature of the lunar surface, 1959
3634 The Nearest stars, 1942
3635 Notes on 10 year program on planetary astronomy, undated
3636 Observations of planetary surface detail, undated
3637 Observing with the 200” Hale telescope, not published, 1950
3638 On the interpretation of Lyrae and other close binaries, 1940
3639 On the nature of the Venus clouds, November 1970
3640 On the need for a ground-based lunar and planetary observatory, 1960
3641 On the need for a ground-based lunar and planetary observatory, 1953
3642 On the origin of binary stars, 1955
3643 On the origin of the satellites and the Trojans, 1956
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371 On the origin of the solar system, 1948–1953
372 On the origin of the solar system, October 1950
373 On the origin of the solar system - NAS, 1950
374 On the origin of the solar system, April 1952
375 On the origin of the solar system, June 1953
376 On the origin of the solar system, [1953]
377 On the origin of the solar system computations, undated
378 On the origin of the solar system - part 1, 1973
379 On the origin of the solar system - part 2, 1973-1974
3710 On the Origin of the earth and planets, 1956-1960
3711 Origin of the moon and planets - abstract only, February 1973
3712 Paradox/Theory of the solar system, 1949-1967
3713 Percentage of clear weather at 18 selected sights, 1973
3714 Photometric records of planetary and stellar spectra, 1963
3715 Photometric studies of asteroids, 1961-1962
3716 Physical properties of planets and satellites, undated
3717 Physics of planets and satellites, [1963]
3718 Pioneer Project, comments, 1971
3719 The planet mars, 1956
3720 Planetary and satellite atmosphere, 1949-1951
3721 Planetary Atmosphere, 1947-1958
3722 Planets and satellites, 1959
3723 Planets, satellites and comets, 1956
3724 The Planets - filmstrip script, 1970
3725 Planets, life? 1951
3726 Planets, satellites and comets, 1956
3727 Problems in planetary physics, 1965
3728 Provisional Analysis of Russian Luna - 9 pictures, 1966-1967
3729 Pseudo Science and its dangers, 1959
3730 Recent results on the sun, moon and planets - Dryden lecture, January 20,1969
3731 Reconnaissance of the infrared stellar spectra, undated
3732 Religion and the scientist, [1951]
3733 Samples of infrared stellar spectra, undated
3734 Statistics of asteroids, 1958
3735 Stellar temperatures, 1939-1940
3736 The Story of B Lyrae, 1942
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381 Studies of the planet Jupiter at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, 1972
382 Summary of infrared observations on stars and planets, 1950
383 The Surface of the moon, 1961-1966
384 The Surface structure and history of the moon, May 16, 1961
385 Survey of Asteroids, 1952-1962
386 Tale of two planets, 1962
387 Unidentified flying objects, April 9, 1967
388 The United States Ranger program results of the moon, 1966
389 The United States space program, 1972
3810 The United States space flights, 1972
3811 Venus, [1956]
3812 Venus atmosphere, undated
3813 Voice of America - The Lunar surface, Uranus and Neptune, 1966-1967
3814 Voyage to the planets, 1970
3815 White dwarfs, 1939
3816 White dwarfs, sub dwarfs and main sequence, 1941
3817 Miscellaneous Articles, Presentations - talks/lectures, undated
Subseries 4: Atlases 1953-1974
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3818 Consolidated Lunar Atlas - Supplement 3, 1966
3819 NASA – Arizona Atlas of the Infrared Solar Spectrum, 1968 1974
3820 Orthographic Atlas of the Moon Supplement - 1, 1957-1960
3821 Orthographic Atlas of the Moon Supplement - 2, 1961-1962
3822 Photographic Lunar Atlas, 1953-1960
3823 Rectified Lunar Atlas Supplement - 2, undated
Subseries 5: Book Chapters, 1944-1965
Sub-subseries 1: By publication title
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3824 Advances in Earth Science, 1963-1965
3825 American Peoples Encyclopedia, 1954–1959
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391 Atmosphere of the Earth and Planets, 1959
392 Compton's Encyclopedia, 1971-1963
393 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1956-1960
394 McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science, 1959-1960
395 Planet Earth, 1957
396 Science and scientists in the Indies, 1944-1945
397 Vistas in astronautics - Chapter 12, 1958-1959
Sub-subseries 2: By title of chapter - publication title unknown.
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398 Spectra and dimensions of dwarf stars, undated
399 Spectra of the planets v.4, 1947-1950
Subseries 6: Notes, 1926-1973
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3910 Notes taken by Kuiper of lectures by other scientist, 1926-1929 1946-1948
3911 Yerkes course notes, 1937-1939, 1949
3912 Science notes, 1937-1942
3913 Celestial mechanics course notes - Yerkes, 1948-1954
3914 New projects, 1947-1950
3915 The Solar system course, 1950-1951
3916 Planets and satellites loose notes, [1960]
3917 Spectroscopy course, 1961
3918 Astronomy courses, [1961-1964]
3919 High dispersion stars, [1963]
3920 Planetary sciences notes, 1970-1972
3921 Planetary sciences course notes, 1973
3922 Miscellaneous, undated
Series X: Research 1894-1973:
The series is arranged alphabetically. Research files are divided into six series: Asteroid Program (1949-1954), Proposals with Dr. Kuiper’s involvement (1946-1972), Subject files (1894-1973), Hawaii (1957-1970), Chilean Project 1959-1963, Site Surveys 1964-1973.
Subseries 1: Asteroid Program 1949-1954
boxfolder
3923 Kuiper’s notes, 1950-1951
3924 Survey computation, 1950
3925 Finished records - series b-r, t-x, 1950
3926 Malinin’s measures, undated
3927 Fujita’s measures, undated
3928 Kent, J.T. measures, August 1950 September –December, 1950
3929 CA Cook asteroids, August 1950
3930 CA program miscellaneous, [1956]
3931 Survey computations – Prints of papers I and II, 1949-1953
3932 Asteroid records Cincinnati Observatory - Stephenson's measures, 1950-1955
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401 B-series, no comet, August 1950
402 C-series, no comet, September 1950
403 C-D series, no comet, October 1950,
404 E series, no comet, November 1950,
405 F series, no comet, December 1950,
406 F-G series, no comet December 1950-January 1951,
407 G-H series, no comet, February 1951,
408 H-I series, I 62 comet, February - March 1951,
409 I-J series, I 62 comet, I 43 comet, I 53 comet, March-April 1951,
4010 K series, 917 comet, April-May 1951
4011 L series comet 917, May-June 1951
4012 M series comet 917, June-July 1951
4013 N series, no comet, July-August 1951
4014 O series, no comet, August-September 1951
4015 P series, no comet, September-October 1951
4016 Q series, no comet,October-November 1951
4017 R series, no comet, November-December 1951
4018 R-S series, no comet, December 1951- January 1952
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411 T series, no comet, January - February 1952
412 U series, no comet, February 1952
413 V series, no comet, March 1952
414 W series, no comet, April 1952
415 X series, no comet, May 1952
416 UT Asteroid 14, cloudy night, January 4,1954
417 UT Asteroid 10, 9 - wrong object, January 1,1954
418 UT Asteroid 9, January 3, 1954
419 UT Asteroid 40, Asteroid 9, January 9, 1954
4110 UT 40 clouds, 3 o.k., January 10, 1954
4111 UT 44, January 7, 1954,
4112 UT Asteroid 44, asteroid, January 11, 1954,
4113 UT Asteroid 14. Looked for 44 but couldn't find. Looked for Pluto but not available, December 30, 1953,
4114 UT Asteroid 10, December 31, 1953,
4115 UT 2, June 30, 1951
4116 General, undated
4117 Cook telescope, August – December, 1950
4118 Cook telescope, January – June 9, 1951
4119 Cook telescope, May 27 – June 9, 1951
4120 Cook telescope, June 26 – July 6, 1951
4121 Cook telescope, January 21- May 26, 1952
4122 Observing record of Asteroid Program with 10 inch Cook telescope, 1950- 1952
4123 Minor planet charts (asteroid charts?) B-G series, 1950-1951
4124 Asteroids to be found B-F series, 1950
4125 Final report rediscovery and observation of lost asteroids, 1952-1954
Subseries 2: Proposals by year - Kuiper involvement, 1946-1972
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4126 Infra-red project proposed for Navy task order, 1946
4127 For the support of the astronomy by the National Science Foundation, 1950
4128 Collaboration University of Arizona, University of Indiana and Ohio State University, 1952
4129 Proposal for a Coude stellar spectrograph and telescope for the southern hemisphere, 1953
4130 Assistance in the operating budget of the Infrared and Microwave facility of the McDonald Observatory, 1958, 1959-1960
4131 The Development of the McDonald Observatory, University of Texas, 1958
4132 Assistance in preparation of the Lunar Atlas Photographs, 1958
4133 Specifications for the McDonald Observatory 60 inch telescope, 1959
4134 A Ground-based program of lunar studies, 1959
4135 Statistical studies of faint asteroids supplementary application, December 1960
4136 28 ft. Infrared telescope, 1961
4137 Construction of the 60 inch optical telescope, 1961
4138 Infrared spectroscopy applied to planets and stars, 1961
4139 Institute type support of programs at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, 1961
4140 Partial support of a 60 inch Lunar and planetary telescope, 1961
4141 Proposal for 1961 summer institute of atmospheric physics, 1961
4142 Superior Seeing proposal, 1961
4143 Biophysics problems in planetary probing, 1962
4144 Laboratory research on gases occurring in planetary atmospheres, 1962-1964
4145 Principal investigator program for Ranger block III, 1963
4146 Research and development of low voltage, high resolution electron microscopes with special applications to biological materials, 1963
4147 Evaluation of the Ranger VII data, 1964
4148 Investigation of photogrammetic compilation of Ranger television imagery, 1964
4149 5 year program in selenodesy and lunar cartography, 1965
4150 Astrometric and astrophysical investigations of comets, minor planets and satellites, 1965
4151 Large camera with wide angle all reflecting optics for astronomical application, 1966
4152 Wide angle reflecting telescope research, 1966
4153 Multi-color basic photometry for planets asteroids and stars brighter than 6.5, 1967
4154 Program of high altitude infrared spectroscopy of planets and stars II, 1967
4155 Program in selenodesy from photographic an laser observations, 1967
4156 Design and fabrication of 60 inch metal mirror telescope, 1968
4157 Completion of the wide angle reflecting UV camera, 1968
4158 Study of early history of the moon and solar system, 1968
4159 Higher resolution molecular spectroscopy with application in astrophysics, 1969
4160 High resolution Fourier spectrometer for infrared planetary spectroscopy, 1970
4161 70 inch Telescope, 1970-1971
4162 High resolution infrared Fourier spectroscopy of planets and stars, 1971
4163 Infrared spectroscopy of the planet from 1-5.6 u with the medium resolution LPL Fourier interferometer from NASA airborne IR observatory, [1971]
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421 Infrared spectroscopy of the Galilean satellites at the Jupiter opposition in 1972, 1972
422 Interpretation of Mars topography, 1972
423 Photometric monitoring of infrared stars and variable M super giants in visual and infrared spectral regions, 1972
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42 4 A Program of infrared fourier transform spectroscopy for astronomy, 1972
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425 Study of seasonal and secular variations on Mars, 1972
426 10 ft. infrared telescope at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory of the University of Arizona, 1972
427 Contracts and grants for which Dr. G.P. Kuiper is designated as principal investigator or director, 1959-1960
428 Reporting information for various agencies, 1960-1972
Subseries 3: United States Air Force (USAF),
boxfolder
429 Air Force Correspondence and progress reports, 1960-1970
4210 Chilean Observatory, 1958-1960
4211 Handbook of the Solar System, 1953-1960
4212 Research directed toward a photo-telescopic selenodetic measuring program, 1967-1970
4213 Lumicon Project 1959-1960
4214 Lunar and planetary studies, 1960-1961
4215 Lunar Investigations, 1963-1965
4216 Lunar laser, 1965-1971
4217 Old lunar project contract, 1958-1960
4218 1.5 Meter light gatherer, 1966-1967
4219 Photographic lunar atlas, 1959
4220 Photography image content, 1959
4221 Planetary properties research, 1958-1960
4222 Research directed toward a lunar physiographic study, 1965-1968
4223 Selenodetic measuring program, 1967-1970
4224 Solar system research, 1956-1960
4225 12 inch Telescope undated
Subseries 4: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA),
boxfolder
4226 Russian Astronomical Literature - Final Report, [1950’s- 1960’s]
4227 Russian Astronomical Literature (2), 1958-1960
Subseries 5: Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL),
boxfolder
431 Ranger program, 1963- 1966
432 Surveyor, 1967-1969
433 Mercury Venus Mission, 1969-1973
Subseries 6: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA),
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434 General, 1963-1973
435 Construction of a 60 inch lunar and planetary telescope, 1963-1970
436 Electron microscope, 1963-1964
437 Infrared spectroscopy stars and planets, 1961-1963
438 Investigation of the lunar surface, 1967-1973
439 Lunar studies research, 1959-1961
4310 Planetary and satellite spectroscopy, 1969-1974
4311 Planetary spectroscopy and surface studies, 1962-1972
4312 Polarimetry of Venus, 1961-1962
4313 Solar system studies with 16 inch telescope, 1964-1966
Subseries 7: National Science Foundation (NFS),
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4314 Asteroids, [1952-1955]
4315 Astrometric investigations, 1963-1967
4316 Development of two Interferometer telescopes, 1959-1961
4317 Infrared microwave telescope, 1958
4318 Lunar atlas investigations, 1955-1960
4319 Solar system studies, 1957-1959
4320 Stars and stellar systems, 1952-1961
4321 Stars and stellar systems, 1962-1974
4322 Summer institute of dynamical astronomy, 1964-1966
Subseries 8: Office of Naval Research,
boxfolder
4323 General, 1961-1967
4324 Aid in preparing an encyclopedia of the Solar System, 1951-1953
4325 Aid in preparing an encyclopedia of the Solar System, 1954-1961
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441 Infrared observations of planetary spectra, 1954-1961
442 Infrared planetary studies by multi-channel recordings, 1961-1968
443 Planetary gases, 1960-1968
444 Solar radiation, 1950-1952
445 Statistical studies of the asteroids, 1953
446 Studies of the origin of the Solar System, 1949-1954
Subseries 9: Subjects Files, 1894-1973
Sub-subseries 1: Air Pollution,
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447 Research in Southern Arizona air pollution. Grant proposal to the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1968-1970
448 The Air pollution problem in the Southwest United States. Proposal to NASA, 1969
449 Pima County air pollution control advisory council regulations revisions, undated
4410 Observational photographs of air pollution in the Tucson Basin, October 1968-November 1969
4411 Observational photographs of air pollution in the Tucson Basin, July 20, 1968-September 30, 1968
4412 Air Pollution notes by Dr. Kuiper, [1967-1971]
4413 Rules and regulations Pima County Air Pollution Control District, [1967-1970]
4414 Pima County Air Pollution Advisory Council, 1965-1966
4415 Pima County Air Pollution Advisory Council, 1967
4416 Pima County Air Pollution Advisory Council, 1968
4417 Pima County Air Pollution Advisory Council, 1969
4418 Pima County Air Pollution Advisory Council, 1970-1971
4419 Pima County Air Pollution Advisory Council, 1972-1973
4420 Air Pollution photographs, undated
4421 Douglas Smelter, 1972
4422 Air Pollution photography Book 1 and 2, index, [1967]
box
45 1968-1969 3 boxes
Air Pollution Photography,

451 21 - slide containers, October 15, 1967- April 15, 1968
452 26 - slide containers, April 17, 1968-August 6, 1968
453 37 - slide containers, August 7, 1968- November 4, 1968
box
46 Air Pollution Photography, 1969 3 boxes
461 36 - slide containers, November 5, 1968-April 3, 1969
462 37 - slide containers, April 8, 1969-September 12, 1969
463 9 - slide containers, September 16, 1969 - November 6, 1969
Sub-subseries 2: General
boxfolder
471 Absorption tube, 1966-1969
472 Astronomical telegrams, 1970-1973
473 B stars, [1947]
474 Balloon flights - Page/Glen Canyon Polar-scope, 1963-1965
475 Binary Double(BD)stars, [1950-1952]
476 Celestial navigation method, 1942-1943
477 Charts of proper motion star fields, 1935
478 Chilean observation project, 1959-1963
479 Comet Bennett, 1970-1973
4710 Comet Kohoutek, 1970-1974
4711 Comet notes, 1966-1973
4712 Dispersion tables for spectrograph, undated
4713 Double star statistics, 1937-1938
4714 Double stars, [1950-1953]
4715 Double stars reduction sheets and graphs, undated
4716 Duplicity of cluster stars, undated
4717 Dwarf stars, undated
4718 Dwarf stars radial velocity program, [1943]
4719 Earth albedo, 1956
4720 Earth atmosphere - interior, 1949
4721 Earth - Infrared transmissions, [1947]
4722 Earth mountain formation, convection currents, 1952-1953
4723 Earth upper air H2O, 1949-1950
4724 Gerard P. Kuiper Airborne Observatory, 1975
4725 Ground based and balloon borne lunar planetary observation, 1961-1962
4726 Harvard summer school, 1952
4727 High altitude flights Mars and Venus - balloon, 1953-1958
4728 High altitude sites and Infrared astronomy, 1970
4729 Imaging of Mercury, 1970-1972
4730 Infrared equipment, 1947-1952
4731 Infrared equipment Galactic scanner, 1946-1947 1956
4732 Infrared imagery, 1970-1973
4733 Infrared projects - general, 1943-1947
4734 Infrared projects, grating spectrometer, 1947
4735 Infrared spectrometer, [1944-1949]
4736 Instrument design, [1953-1956]
4737 Jupiter catalogue - incomplete, 1970-1973
4738 Jupiter material/observations, 1965-1968
4739 Jupiter radio noise and red spot, undated
4740 Jupiter's satellites, 1971
4741 Lab comparison spectra, undated
4742 Lab reflection of metals, undated
4743 Lunar comparison lava flows in New Mexico, 1966-1969
4744 Lunar comparison studies with west Texas crater, 1959
4745 Lunar comparison with lava fields in New Mexico and Mexico, 1963-1965
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481 Lunar comparison lava flows - Oregon, 1966-1969
482 Mars, George Ellery Hale on -, 1894, 1909 1934
483 Mars, 1949-1950, 1963-1965,
484 Meteor impacts, 1956
485 Micrometer measures of stars, undated
486 Monograph of stars [1943]
487 Mount Agassiz telescope, Flagstaff, 1970-1973
488 Mount Hopkins Observatory Site - Smithsonian, 1965-1970
489 Mount Hopkins multiple mirror telescope, 1971
4810 Mount Hopkins multiple mirror telescope, 1972-1973
4811 Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, undated
4812 Community College proposal and report, 1969-1971
4813 Planetary drawings originals and reproductions, 1909-1958
4814 Planetary notes, [1950-1956]
4815 Planetary research bibliography, [1950]
4816 Planets spectra, [1940’s- 1950’s]
4817 Pluto, 1950-1956
4818 Rocket flare triangulation test, 1959-1960
4819 Rocket flare triangulation test, 1959-1960
4820 Ross stars, [1940’s]
4821 Satellite discovers, 1949-1950
4822 Saturn, 1957
4823 Secondary Science Training Program, 1966-1968
4824 Smithsonian Tables revisions, [1950]
boxfolder
491 Space Race with Soviet Union, 1957 - 1959
492 Soviet Union news release on Venus and Mars probes, 1957-1972
493 Spectrometer balloon, 1972
494 Spectrometer balloon, 1963-1965
495 Spectrometer electronics, 1963-1965
496 Star Survey 36 inch telescope, 1934
497 Unidentified flying objects, 1951-1956, 1961
498 Uranus, naming of the satellites of Uranus, 1948-1949
499 Venus, 1972
4910 Venus notes by Kuiper, [1950-1955]
4911 Water vapor band, [1964]
4912 Water vapor measurements for Space Science Building, 1973
Subseries 10: Hawaii - Observation Sites, 1957-1970
boxfolder
4913 Haleakala site survey, 1962
4914 Haleakala site survey, 1963
4915 Mauna Kea correspondence and newspaper clippings, [1960s]
4916 Mauna Kea Observation Station dedication, July 20, 1964
4917 Mauna Kea site survey, 1963-1964
4918 Mauna Kea site history by Alika K. Herring June 15, 1965
4919 Mauna Kea water vapor readings, undated
4920 Mauna Loa site survey, 1957-1963
4921 Notes by Kuiper, [1960’s]
4922 Observatories of the University of Hawaii, [1960s]
4923 Photographs, [1960s]
boxfolder
501 Telescope proposals, 1964-1965
502 Report on site surveys, 1965
503 Volcanic eruptions observations, 1960, 1967-1970
504 Weekly weather reports, 1961,
Subseries 11: Chilean Project - Observation Sites, 1959-1963 1957-1970
boxfolder
505 Chile Observatory meetings 1960
506 Chile trips, 1959-1962
507 Chile, Santiago trip - photographs (1), undated
508 Chile, Santiago trip - photographs (2), undated
509 Chile Site Survey by Jürgen Stock nos. 1-13, 1960-1961
5010 Chile Site Survey by Jürgen Stock nos. 14-31, 1961-1963
5011 Chile Site Survey by Alika K. Herring, February 19,-March 6, 1963
(In the same notebook is Kuiper’s last Site Survey of Mexico. December 13-18, 1973)
Subseries 12: Other Site Surveys, 1964-1973
boxfolder
5012 Baja California Cloud photographs, 1964
5013 Baja California confidential correspondence, 1966-1967
5014 Baja California 60 inch B telescope, 1967-1972
5015 Baja California photographs, 1971
5016 Baja California Seeing Tests, 1967
5017 Baja California Site Survey Socorro Island, 1971
boxfolder
5118 Baja California Water Vapor, [1967]
boxfolder
5019 Catalina Site Survey by Alika Gerring, 1963
5020 Catalina Site Survey Seeing tests - Mount Bigelow, 1962
5021 Catalina Site Survey weather reports, 1963-1964
5022 Cone Peak, California, undated
5023 Mexico - See also Box 59, folder 11 1973
5024 Mount Lemon Catalina Infrared Site Test, 1971-1973
5025 Mount Logan, Canadian Yukon, 1970-1971
5026 Mount Shasta, California, 1970
5027 Pikes Peak, Colorado, 1968-1969
boxfolder
511 San Francisco Peaks - Mt. Agassiz, [1963]
512 Soldier Peak Site, [1969]
513 Tumamoc Hill, 1962, 1971,
514 White Mountain, California reports, 1950, 1970-1973
515 Aerial charts, undated,
Subseries 13: Observations, 1921- 1970
Sub-subseries 1: General
boxfolder
516 Asteroids Studies I. Photometrics, undated,
517 Enlargement of K344, K348, K349, K350, K351, K352, K359, undated,
518 Eucanmia asteroid 15, 1952
519 Herculina asteroid 532, January 2, 1954
5110 Iapetus, Titan, Hyperion, Neptune, April 19, 1953
5111 Iris asteroid 7, 1950, 1952
5112 Klotho Asteroid 97, November 4-5, 1949 1952
5113 Laetitia Asteroid 39, 1949, 1952
5114 Metis Asteroid 9 November 2, 1949
5115 Orionis Asteroid 12, undated
5116 Toutanis Asteroid 17, April 1 -2, 1953
5117 Uranus and Thetis March 28, 1953
5118 Vesta Asteroid 4, 1952
5119 Catalina site, 1963-1964
5120 Catalina inside 61 inch dome temperature, 1968-1970
5121 Catalina outside 61 inch dome temperature, 1966-1970
5122 Hilger 10-11, 13-16, Ch4, undated
5123 Infrared observations of planets and satellites, 1957
5124 Infrared observing program, 1963-1964
5125 Lick Observatory NGC2244, [1926-1946]
5126 Lick Observatory NGC2353, 1933-1950
5127 Lick Observatory NGC2264, [1921-1944]
5128 Lick Observatory NGC2362, 1931, 1943, 1950
5129 Lick Observatory NGC6871, 1930-1944
5130 Lick Observatory NGC7380, [1929-1939]
5131 Loose notes, undated
5132 Manuscript measures for volume 165 1922-1929
boxfolder
521 Mars observations and photographs, 1956
522 Mars/Moon observations, 1962-1963
523 Mars satellites photometry, 1956
524 McDonald Observatory, 1958-1960
525 Mount Palomar 200 inch observation notes, 1970
526 Observing programs 82 inch telescope, [1956-1958]
527 Observing program Texas, 1952
528 Observing schedule 61 inch telescope, 1966-1968
529 Observing telescope schedules, 1952-1962
5210 Pbs Photometry records, 1955
5211 Pbs Photometry reduction, [1955]
5212 Pluto, April 4, 1953
5213 Pluto, April 8, 1953
5214 Pluto, April 9, 1953
5215 Pluto Uranus, April 7, 1953
5216 Saturn rings observations, 1966
5217 Sensitivity test, April 20, 1953
5218 Solar Eclipse, May 9, 1929
5219 Star survey 36 inch telescope Lick Observatory, 1936
5220 Stars - Photometry with 13 inch, [1938]
5221 Titan, Jupiter, Saturn, undated
5222 Trojans, 1958
5223 Uranus and miscellaneous, undated
5224 UV planetary spectra and IR planetary spectra, undated
5225 Venus polarization, 1959
5226 Miscellaneous, [1950]
Sub-subseries 2: Observation Notebooks
boxfolder
5227 40 inch telescope; small spectrograph,D series, [1938-1940]
5228 82 inch results infrared research, [1946]
5229 Catalina station site 1, weather records, 1963-1964
5230 Crossley reflector telescope slit less spectrograms, [1933-1934]
5231 D series spectrograms. Yerkes Observatory, 1937-1939
5232 Double star measures I and II, 1933-1935
boxfolder
531 Double star measures III and IV, 1935-1949
532 H.R. Duplicity program, 1932-1935
533 H.R.Double star program, undated
534 H.R. Double star survey, 1933-1937
535 Infrared spectrometer, 1946-1956
536 K-spectrograph McDonald observatory, 1-2, 1939-1943
537 K-spectrograph McDonald Observatory, 3, January. 15, 1943-September. 10, 1946
538 K-spectrograph quartz tail end,4, 1950
539 Measures of proper motions on plates taken by Van Maamen on Mount Wilson, May 6-27, 1942
5310 Micrometer 82 inch, I and II, 1942-1950
5311 Micrometer 82 inch, III and VI, June 1956-1962
5312 Photometry, 1940-1943
5313 Reductions disk meter, etc., [1949-1954]
5314 Terrestrial photography T series, 1946-1948
Sub-subseries 3: Observation Card catalogs
boxfolder
541 All known double stars brighter than 6m.51 H.S. 1, undated
542 Large Parallax stars, 1h-23h, undated
543 Double star program, 1929-1932; Photometric program, 1932
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551 Cards of PM >-0.28 and greater and => to 0.050 for the whole sky. 0h – 12h, undated
552 Large Parallax stars, 1h-23h, undated
553 Double star program, 1929-1932; Photometric program, 1932
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561 Cards on PM 0.28 stars; Charts 0h Om- 14h, 1932
562 Cards on PM 0.28 stars; Charts 15h Om- 22h, undated
563 Cards on PM 0.28 stars; Charts 22h Om- 23h Cook Asteroid, undated
564 Other observations, undated
565 PM survey charts; Chart 0h 0m – 11:27, undated
Series XI: Trip Reports. 1958-1973
This series is arranged chronologically. The bulk of the trips are to the Soviet Union from 1958-1959, 1967-1970. These trips were taken by Dr. Kuiper and other American astronomers. There are reports of trips taken by Dr. Kuiper to Hamburg Germany 1964; Prague Czechoslovakia 1967; Hawaii 1970; Brighton, England 1970 Flagstaff, Arizona 1972; Mexico 1973.
As well as trips to Sydney, Australia and Torun, Poland taken by Tom Gehrels for Dr. Kuiper who was ill. There are also records of Russian scientists visiting Dr. Kuiper in the United States.
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571 Trip to Moscow for 10th General Assembly meeting of the IAU by Dr. Kuiper, August 1958
572 Visit of Soviet Union scientists to Yerkes Observatory. December 25-27, 1959
573 Trip to Hamburg Germany for IAU meetings by Gerard Kuiper, August 30-September 2, 1964
574 Soviet Union astronomer's visit to the University of Arizona. November 4-6, 1964
575 Trip to Prague, Czechoslovakia IAU meeting by Gerard Kuiper, August 22-31, 1967
575 Trip to Prague, Czechoslovakia IAU meeting by Gerard Kuiper, August 22-31, 1967
576 Trip through the Soviet Union by Tobias Owen, May 13-June 13, 1967
577 Trip to Soviet Union by Dale P. Cruikshank, 1967-1969
578 Trip to Hawaii by Gerard Kuiper, June 24-28, 1970
579 Trip to Brighton, England, IAU 14th General Assembly meeting by Dr. Kuiper, August 17-25, 1970
5710 Trip to the Soviet Union by Dale P. Cruikshank August 17-25, 1970
5711 Trip to Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff by Gerard Kuiper, August 17-25, 1970
5712 Trip to the Soviet Union by William B. Hubbard, January 1- August 15,1973
5713 Trip report by Tom Gehrels IAU meetings in Sydney Australia, Torun Poland, etc., July 23-September 14, 1973.
5714 Trip to Mexico by Gerard Kuiper October 18-27, 1973
Series XII: World War II 1938-1951.
This series is arranged chronologically. The series documents Dr. Kuiper’s activities during World War II as a member of the ALSOS Mission. It contains reports, interviews, correspondence, articles and also an account of military, naval and air operations in the Netherlands.
The ALSOS Mission was part of the Manhattan Project, an effort during World War II by Great Britain and the United States to create an atomic bomb. The ALSOS Mission followed the Allied invasion of Italy in September 1943, to investigate the German nuclear energy project. The ALSOS Mission personnel followed close behind the front lines, and occasionally behind enemy lines, first in Italy, and later in France and Germany. ALSOS personnel managed to find and remove many of the German research effort's personnel, along with a substantial portion of the surviving records and equipment.
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5715 ALSOS Mission (1), 1945
5716 ALSOS Mission (2), 1945
5717 ALSOS Mission (3), 1945
5718 ALSOS reunions, 1958-1970
5719 Correspondence, 1938-1951
5720 Fate of some German Observatories. Schauinsland Observatory, 1941-1946
5721 German Astronomy during World War II, 1941-1946
5722 German Ionospheric and prediction service papers, 1938-1945
5723 The Invasion of Holland, 1943-1945
5724 Radio Research Lab, 1943-1945
Series XIII: Personal Interests, 1965-1966 1972
This series has two Subseries. The first is the Street Lighting for the Morningside addition, 1965-1966. This second contains reports, correspondence, meeting minutes, petitions, and specifications. The second series is the Tucson police helicopter surveillance, 1972. The bulk of this series is correspondence between Dr. Kuiper and the City of Tucson.
Subseries 1:Lighting - Morningside Addition District, Tucson,
boxfolder
5725 Final report on street lighting Morningside addition district, Tucson, Arizona, 1965-1966
5726 Correspondence, 1965-1966
5727 Meeting minutes, 1965-1966
5728 Petitions, [1965]
5729 Specifications for Morningside addition district lighting improvements, 1966
5730 General 1965-1966
Subseries 2: Tucson police helicopter surveillance,
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581
Series XIV: Photographs, 1909-1973
This series is arranged alphabetically.
boxfolder
582 Air Masses for McDonald Observatory, undated
583 Cerro Los Leones Chile Argentina border December 1961
584 Earth photographs, undated
585 Hawaii Mauna Kea Summit aerial photographs, 1964
587 Mars, 1907-1940’s
588 Mauna Kea Dedication, July 20, 1964
589 Moon photographs, 1943
5810 Moon photographs, [1960’s]
5811 Mount Lemon, 1970
5812 People Photographs, 1955-1973
5813 Prints of Nebulae taken with the Curtis Schmidt Telescope, Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, undated
5814 Photographs taken at the Steward Observatory 90 inch telescope, [1970]
5815 Planets, moon, etc., [1950]
5816 Planets, moon, etc., [1909], [1937]
5817 Planets, moon, etc., [1909], [1947]
5818 Prints of Saturn, Mars and Jupiter by G.H. Herbig 1909, 1917, 1939, 1948,
5819 Ranger VII Team, 1964,
5820 Satellites and Diagrams, 1949-1950,
5821 Scenic Photographs – majority from Mount Locke, McDonald Observatory, 1935
5822 Scientific Photographs, undated
5823 Smoke and steam sources in the Tucson basin, 1968
5824 Yerkes Observatory photographed with different filters 1947
5825 Miscellaneous, undated
Series XV: Newspaper Clippings pertaining to Gerard Kuiper, 1942-1974
This series is arranged by chronologically.
boxfolder
5826 1942-1974
5827 1949-1973
5828 1948-1974
Series XVI: Oversize 1911-1968.
This series contains oversized materials which would not fit into the main collection.
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591 Photograph of Ranger Team for Newsweek, 1964
592 20th Anniversary of the 1st Council of Physics. Photograph album, 1911-1967
593 Photographs of Smoke and steam sources in the Tucson Basin, undated
594 Unknown photograph, undated
boxitem
601 Visual Measure of double stars, June 1929-March 1931
602 Photographs of Smoke and steam sources in the Tucson Basin, [1947]
603 Visual stars, binary stars, double stars publications, 1923, 1928, 1931, 1937-1938
Series XVII: Slides 1948–1974.
The slides date from March 1948 through October 1974. The majority of slides appears to be taken by Dr. Kuiper and are of a personal nature; they include pictures of his family, his gardens, his houses in Tucson and Chicago, visitors, trips, vacations. There are some work related slides including (but not limited to); lava, Mt Lemmon, Tomanoc Hill, Kitt Peak, Catalina Observatory, air pollution and smog, Hawaii, NASA, etc.
Subseries 1: These slides are organized by date into 28 metal slide containers. Each container has a subject guide which links the title to the appropriate numbered slide., March 1948 – March 1962.
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611 March 1948 - July 1949.
612 July 1949 - June 1950.
613 June 1950 - April 1951.
614 April - August 1951.
615 [missing]
616 [missing]
617 September 1952 - April 1953
618 May – December 1953
boxitem
629 January – April 1954
6210 April – July 1954
6211 July 1954 – April 1955
6212 April – September 1955
6213 September 1955 – May 1956
6214 May – September 1956
boxitem
6315 September 1956 – May 1957
6316 May – July 1957
6317 July – October 1957
6318 October – December 1957
6319 March – July 1958
6320 [missing]
6321 September 1958 – February 1959
boxitem
6422 [missing]
6423 March - September 1959
6424 September 1959 –March 1960
6425 April – November 1960
6426 November 1960 – April 1961
6427 April – July 1961
6428 August 1961- March 1962
boxitem
6529 Spring 1962 – October 18, 1962
6530 October 18 – December 25, 1962
6531 Mostly documentation of progress on Catalina Observatory sites, December 1970
6532 Majority are of a personal nature, in chronological order, 1951-1974
6533 Hawaii trip, 1968
Subseries 2: The slides in this subseries are organized into yellow slide boxes. Slide boxes (folders) 1 through 263 are dated from 1952 to 1974. Slide boxes numbered 263 to 372 are undated. The majority of boxes do have labels. I have done my best to transcribe the labels. April 1965 – May 1973.
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661 Family pictures 1952
662 No label, 1952
663 Trip Chicago-Boston and return by air for lecture at Lexington, MA, May 26, 1958
664 Trip to Dayton, Summer 1958
665 Paul’s graduation at Wayland, June 13-14, 1959
666 Personal and scenic pictures, May-June, 1959
667 At home and garden, 1964
668 Villa Jardin; Sarah to church Easter, April 17-18, 1965
669 Trip to China Lake, April 22, 1965
6610 Flagstaff (Pl data center);Tempe;Family at home; May 1965
6611 Jet Propulsion Meeting (JPL), May 17, 1965
6612 Telescope (LA), May 19, 1965
6613 Mogollons Albuquerque;Grant’s lava fields;group photo; May 19, 1965
6614 Mogollons, New Mexico;Catalina Station from air, May 25, 1965
6615 Arrival of 61” on Catalina Station Site 1, May 26, 1965
6616 Catalina’s, [1965]
6617 At home;After planting;Arrival in London (Big Ben), June 1-3, 1965
6618 London;Holland, June 4-5, 1965
6619 Family in Eindhoven, Netherlands, June 6, 1965
6620 Nijmegen, Netherlands;Serra, June 6, 1965
6621 Home;Lucy, June 18, 1965
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6722 [missing]
6723 McCartys lava flow June 22, 1965
6724 Flight back to Grants;Zunni Lake;Springerville depression, June 22-26, 1965
6725 End of trip to Grants;Socorro;Carrizozo flow;La Mesa June 22-26, 1965
6726 Carrizozo; New Mexico, June 26, 1965
6727-28 [missing]
6729 La Mesa;Deming volcano's, June 26, 1965
6730 Sunset Crater;Meteor Crater, July 7, 1965
6731 Bonito flow;Flagstaff, July 7, 1965
6732 [missing]
6733 Westinghouse visit to Catalina;Carrizozo flow, July 20, 26, 1965
6734 [missing]
6735 Grants flow;moon;Zuni-Gallup regions;Devils Canyon, July 24, 1965
6736 [missing]
6737 Morenci Mine;trip to Alpine, August 15, 1965
6738 White Mountains;Grants;St. Johns;Zuni, August 15, 1965
6739 and 40 [missing]
6741 Lucy;trip to Cal Tech;Venus Slides September 12-13, 16,1965
6742 Cal Tech Planetary Conference (Venus, Mars), September 16-17, 1965
6743 [missing]
6744 Dedication of NASA Space Science building;garden views, October 22, 1965
6745 El Paso Craters;Franklin Mountains;Meeting on Voyager 7 October-November 1965
6746 Mt. Hopkins, [November 1965]
6747 Kitt Peak National Observatory (KNPO);home (Paul),
6748 Gemini FlightCatalina Snow, December 19, 1965
6749 Snow on Catalina’s (1), December 19, 1965
6750 Snow on Catalina’s (2), December 19, 1965
6751 Rock slide on Catalina Highway;Lucy at fire, December 19, 1965
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6852 Garden, December 19, 1965
6853 Sabino Canyon Floods, December 24, 1965
6854 Christmas dinner and days thereafter, December 25-30,1965
6855 Trip to Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Colorado River)to Burbank, January 8, 1966
6856 Catalina’s, San Miguel Mine collapses, January 14, 1966
6857 LPL visit by D. Holmes;New York wakes up to ice;Pembroke;Capt. Mercer, February 8-27, 1966
6858 Tumamoc Observatory; Dr. Hills visit to Space Science building March 4-22, 1966
6859 Tulips and flowers at home, March 27-30, 1966
6860 Easter, April 5-12, 1966
6861 Garden;trip to Carrizozo NM lava fields, April 14, 1966
6862 Trip to Carrizozo NM lava fields, April 14, 1966
6863 Flowers at home;Space Science Building;San Xavier Mission, April 18-25, 1966
6864-65 [missing]
6866 Last of Carrizozo trip, May 4, 1966
6867 Ireland;London;Frankfurt;Vienna, May 9, 1966
6868 Vienna University;Schönbrunn Palace, May 12, 1966
6869 Zagreb streets and buildings, May 13, 1966
6870 Zagreb Falls, May 14, 1966
6871 Yugoslavia;Vienna;Holland arrival May 14-19, 1966
6872 Eindhoven; Netherlands trip; Amsterdam departure;Greenland and glaciers, May 21-22, 1965
6873 Trip to China Lake;Surveyor shadow on Moon, June 10, 1966 June 14, 1966 July 31, 1966 August 10, 1966
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6974 Paul’s photographs for W. Wilde;visit to Appleton Farms;Paul on rocks, July 31, 1966 August 10, 1966
6975 Tucson;Mt. Hualapai;Lake Mohave;Colorado River;Lake Mead;Mt. Charleston, Nevada;Oregon, August 14, 1966
6976 Death Valley;Walker Lake, Nevada;Reno, Nevada;Pyramid Lake, Oregon;Diamond Carter;Matthew Marshes;Lake Harvey, [August 14, 1966]
6977 Oregon;Alkali flats near Lake Harney;Lake Pauline;Newberry CarterLava Butte, August 14-15, 1966
6978 Oregon;Lava Butts;pumice deposit;volcanic bomb, August 15, 1966
6979 Oregon;Fort Rock;lava tunnel;forest fire smoke;Mt. Jefferson, August 15, 1966
6980 Oregon;Black Mt.;Horse Ridge garden;Forest fire smoke patternDiamond Crater, August 16, 1966
6981 Oregon;Diamond Crater;Alkali Flatssand dunes August 16, 1966
6982 [missing]
6983 Oregon;Newberry Crater, August 16, 1966
6984 [missing]
6985 Crater Lake;Shasta;Bay Area, August 17, 1966
6986 Golden Gate and fog;Mount Diablo;San Joaquin Valley;Kofa Mountains, [August 17, 1966]
6987 At home (front garden);Chiricahua trip, September 3-5, 1966
6988 Garden views;Shashi and friend, September 7-11, 1966
6989 Kitt Peak;Pine Crater;Baja, California; Kitt Peak National Observatory(KPNO) September 21, 1966
6990 Baja California, September 21, 1966
6991 Baja California, September 21, 1966
6992 Baja California; return to Tucson via Yuma, September 21, 1966
6993 Garden;work starting on site 1, September 25-30, 1966 October 1-5, 1966
6994 Start construction of dormitory;stand by power system;path for walkway at site October 20-25, 1966
6995 Site I construction, October 27, 1966 November 2, 1966
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7096 Dormitory Site I;garden at home, November 3-6, 1966
7097-98 [missing]
7099 Paul-Albuquerque;Kiepenheuer;pouring the walk at site I, November 27-29, 1966
70100 Construction Catalina Observatory, December 3, 1966
70101 At home;Otto Heckmann visit;San Francisco, December 4, 1966 December 9, 1966
70102 Garden;lodge, December 17, 1966
70103 Lunch at de Wiess;Mel and Cylde Doran building of water tank;starting road to lodge, December 18, 1966 December 22, 1966
70104 Clean up at Site I;Nick visit – Mel takes us to Site I;start flight to Mt. Lemmon, December 22, 1966, January 1-2, 1967
70105 Flight Fernandez and Moran;San Manuel collapse depression; Catalina Observatory, January 2, 1967
70106 End of Fernandez and Moran trip (Tumamoc);apartment on 2nd street,trips to Catalina with Mel and Hunt, January 1967
70107 Trip east, January 24, 1967
70108 Acceptance of dormitory Site I;trip to Grants lava flow I, January 23, 1967 January 30-31, 1967
70109 Dr. Dobar;trip to Grants lava flow II,moving 16” to Tumamoc Hill, January 30-31, 1967
70110 W. Hoek visit, January 31-Feb 14, 1967
70111 GardenPolarscope, February 1967
70112 Trip to Los Angeles;visit of Capt. Mercer;trip to Washington February 8, 1967 February 23, 1967, February 14-15, 1967,
70113 Home flowers and Lucy; March 26 –April 5, 1967
70114 Lucy leaving;San Xavier Mission and Lucy, April 9, 1967
70115 At Catalina;to San Francisco, April 6-7, 1967
70116 NASA 990 Jet, April 21-23, 1967
70117 NASA 990 Jet, April 24, 1967
70118 Visit to see Paul after Surveyor III JPL session, April 29, 1967
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71119 Trip to Dallas, May 13, 1967
71120 Sunset, May 15,1967 May 21,1967
71121 Dormitory,Paul;garden, May 15,1967 May 21,1967
71122 Flight 116 June 13, 1967
71123 [missing]
71124 Trip to Ames, July 13-14, 1967
71125 Flagstaff trip;ACIC staff;Oak Creek Canyon, July 1967
71126 Rain and sun, August 1967
71127 Trip to Europe IAU, August 19-26, 1967
71128 Excursion to Carlsbad IAU, August 26, 1967
71129 Excursion to Carlsbad IAU, August 27, 1967
71130 IAU, August 29, 1967
71131 Trip to Europe (Konopiste, Eindhoven, Frankfurt), August 29-September 4, 1967
71132 Visit to Site I Catalina Observatory;trip to JPL (Surveyor 5), September 8-12, 1967
71133 Catalina Observatory, September 17, 1967
71134 Catalina Observatory site I, September 30 – October 4, 1967
71135 Baha Island moon and sky colors, October 9-10, 1967
71136 Trip to Salt Lake, Utah, October 11, 1967
71137 Salt Lake;San Andreas fault;Sierra, Nevada October 11, 1967
71138 San Andreas fault;Lick Observatory, October 11, 1967
71139 Lick Observatory,High Altitude telescope in CV990, October 11--12, 1967
71140 Circling over Catalina Island;Mt. Wilson, October 12, 1967
71141 Catalina Island and LA smog;San Andréa’s Fault;Mt. Wilson;interior shots of Solar Spectra, October 12, 1967
71142 Visit to site II (Air Force 5 ft. telescope);Flight to San Francisco via Monterey and Carmel, October 15-16, 1967
71143 Trip to Hawaii, October 19-22, 1967
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72144 Trip to Hawaii, October 22, 1967
72145 Trip to Hawaii, October 23, 1967
72145+ Hawaii Departure;San Francisco arrival;Catalina trip October 24-November 16, 1967
72146 Engineering Flight 990 Jet;landing sunrise;San Francisco with Paul; his cottage October 24-November 16, 1967
72147 Paul and his cottage;Sonoma College and Paul’s exhibit, November 19, 1967
72148 Redwoods on Russian River, California, November 19, 1967
72149 Dr. Swings visit;Grand Canyon;Lake Mead;Las Vegas;Sierra Nevada, November 19-25, 1967
72150 Venus flight;Santa Cruz;University of California, November 27-28, 1967
72151 Snow;Lucy home;Sabina Canyon, December 17, 1967
72151a Lucy;PaulChristmas dinner, December 24-25,1967
72152 Family (Paul and Lucy), December 29-31, 1967 January 1-3, 1968
72153 [missing]
72154 Last views of Kilo, Hawaii;Dr. Oort’s visit, January 1-3, 1968
72155 Flowering Almond and Orange trees;Trip to Catalina;Snow on Catalina’s;Waterfalls Sabino, March 1968
72156 Lucy home;Pierre Connes visit;T. Cunningham and Herbert Frey, March 26-30, 1968
72157 Jean Marc visit;DenverPasqua April 1-19, 1968
72158 Southwest Research Station;Chiricahuas, April 12-13, 1968
72159 Visit of Fenny Kuiper, April 12-13, 1968
72160 Flight to Ames;trip to Santa Cruz, June 30, 1968
72161 Return flight from San Francisco to Tucson;Cloud pattern over Pacific;San Andreas Fault;forest fire north of LA July 3, 1968
72162 Flight to Ames;California smog;San Francisco Peaks,smog Avra Valley, July 10, 1968
72162+ Flight Tucson to San Francisco;Tumamoc Observatory;smog at 14000 feet west of Tucson;Sierra Nevada and smog;San Francisco approach, July 14, 1968
72163 Return flight from San Francisco to Tucson;Bay Shore to nowhere;Sierra Nevada;demolition on 3rd Street;Sarah, July 11-12, 1968
72164 First flight NASA 990 Solar Spectra;out east and back west of Shasta Bay area;off again to Lake Wells, Nevada, July 11-12, 1968
72165 Return flight; Sierra Nevada (Mono Lake);San Joaquin Valley;burning off fuel over Monterey Bay;Stanford, July 16, 1968
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73166 Salt Lake;Wind River Range;Mt. Rainier;Three Sisters-Oregon;Carter Lake;Shasta;Lick Observatory, July 17-18, 1968
73167 Wind River Range (Wyoming);Shasta – Cloud Street;San Francisco Bay views, July 19, 1968
73168 Trip to Catalina Observatory and cleanup of grounds, July 25, 1968
73169 Catalina Observatory Site I;Trip to LA and San Francisco, July 27-29, 1968
73170 Salt Lake City;Mt. Rainier;Crater Lake; July 30, 1968
73171 Lick foothills;Half Moon Bay;NASA flight,July 30-August 1, 1968
73172 NASA flight and return to Tucson;cloud cirrus thunderhead,August 2-4, 1968
73173 Return from Ames/LA smog;Walter Sidor visit;Appleton Ranch,August 2-4, 1968
73174 Return flight to Tucson,August 6-7, 1968
73175 Return flight, Appleton Ranch (cloudscapes),August 7-11, 1968
73176 Moon;departure of pilot from Rancho San Jose;views from ranch;test dome and surroundings;new road being cut,August 14, 1968
73177 Moon;departure of pilot from Rancho San Jose;views from ranch;test dome and surroundings;new road being cut,August 14, 1968
73177 Flight from Tucson to Baja;pictures of Green Valley;Mt Hopkins;Nogales;clouds east of gulf;Jorge Island;Rocky Island;San Felipe and bay shore,August 14, 1968
73178 Flight from San Felipe to Rancho San Jose, August 14, 1968
73179 Base camp;Astronauts house under construction;blue sky before sunset;view from dome; California smog from dome;early morning from base camp,August 15-16, 1968
73180 Group coming to base camp to test site with families,April 15, 1968
73181 Toby Owens visit;Jean Marc visit;; front and back views of home September 1968
73182 Jean Marc visit to Tucson September 1968
73183 Trip to Mt. Hopkins and Smithsonian Observatory, October 15, 1968
73184 Trip to Mt. Lemmon and to VA, October 20, 1968
73185 Monticello with John Wood, October 21, 1968
73186 Trip to Green Bank NRAO West Virginia and University of Virginia, October 22, 1968
73187 Kitt Peak National Observatory from distance;San Manuel Smelter smoke;Hayden;Globesink holes in Winslow, October 26,1968
73188 University of VA;Return to Tucson from West Virginia-Chicago;trip to Catalina Observatory with Mikchailou, October 21-22, 26, 1968 October 26, 1968
73189 Meteor Crater; Sunset Crater; Grand Canyon [October 26, 1968]
73190 Grand Canyon;San Francisco Peaks;U.S. Naval Observatory;Oak Creek Canyon;smog n. Roosevelt Lake, [October 26, 1968]
73191 [missing]
73192 Shots around the house;Paul’s opening at La Gracias; McDonald Observatory dedication, November 24- 26, 1968
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74193 McDonald Observatory 107”- return trip;Christmas vacation at home, November 27, 1968, December 1968
74194 Venus flight off Baja California and return;Robert Murphy and Dale Cruikshank;Site II (road and snow), January 22 – February 2, 1969
74195 Sunset at high altitude;Pentagon, rainbow on clouds;Lucy at home;Soldier Peak Summit;Tucson and Catalina’s’, January 22 – February 2, 1969
74196 Venus flight;reflected sun on ice crystals Mt Hood and shore-line, February 1969
74197 Venus flight;Crater Lake, February 1969
74198 Lake Tahoe;Nevada in snow;Salt Lake;San Francisco Bay;Monterey Bay;Sierra Nevada, February 7, 1969
74199 Flight Mt. Hood (full snow cover);shore of Pacific (clouds), February 7, 1969
74200 Mt. Lemmon;San Francisco Peaks;Flagstaff;Grant lava tunnels, March 12, 1969
74201 Flight - Meteor Crater;Grants’ lava flow, March 12, 1969
74202 Flight – Grant flows and Mt. Taylor;Morenci Smoke, March 12, 1969
74203 Kuiper, Minnaert, and Kittel at Desert Museum;smog trip with NIH Panel;lava and fish at home, March 17, 1969
74204 Lucy, Marc;Paul at home, March 20, 1969
74205 Solar home on Mt. Lemmon;flowering trees at home;trip to Colorado and Pikes Peak, April 1969
74206 Pikes Peak, down to Colorado Springs;Garden of the Gods, April 12, 1969
74207 Views in garden;Washington D.C. International Airport, April 1969
74208 Inspection of Site II;Site I (ground moving), April 22, 1969 April 29, 1969
74209 Approaching Hawaiian Island;Honolulu, Pearl Harbor;trip to east shore Oahu, May 1-4, 1969
74210 [missing]
74211 Charter flight west and south coast of Maui Hawaii;waterfallsHilo Bay;eruption SW of Haleakala North Ocean, May 5, 1969
74211+ Charter flight Kilauea Hei;Halemaumau Crater;chain of carters;Mauna Kea;Molokimi, May 5, 1969
74212 Flowers at home;trip to San Francisco;trip to Hawaii, May 20-28, 1969
74213 Views from Reef Hotel, Waikiki, May 31, 1969
74214 Trip to Mauna Kea (Part I), June 1, 1969
74215 Visit to Mauna Kea views;Mauna Kea from Hilo; June 1– June 2, 1969
74216 Trip to Hilo Maui;Haleakala;Advanced Research Projects;Agency (ARPA) Observatory;Mauna Kea, June 2, 1969
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75217 Dedication of 90 inch at Kitt Peak;flight to Flagstaff, July 19, 1969
75218 CBS Flagstaff – Moon Landing, July 20,1969
75219 Man on the Moon with US flag;return from CBS Flagstaff;2 shots from home, July 1969
75220 Bok at Site I;Lucy at home in garden;Harold Larson visit;San Manuel and Hayden;panorama view from Mount Bigelow, August 10-25, 1969
75221 To Houston;Surveyor;Cirrus clouds;Page farewell, August 26-29, 1969
75222 Home garden;Catalina Observatory clouds, September 10, 1969
75223 View from study window;Lucy, JM, Paul in Hawaiian shirt;JM place in Tubac Lucy, Sarah;Lucy in Nogales;trip to Houston;Franklin Mountains;McDonald Observatory, September 14-17, 1969
75224 At home;JPL Mercury;Lucy and Sarah front yard, September 1969
75225 Site IV Catalina Observatory;at home front and back yard, October 1969
75226 IAU 40th Conference Marfa, October 1969
75227 Smog from Windy Point toward Kitt Peak;construction of Site IV, 40”, dome;views from Mt. Lemmon;smog from San Manuel Smelter;Mt. Lemmon road, November 11-16, 1969
75228 Family November 20-December 1, 1969
75229 [missing]
75230 Views of Catalina’s;front yard, [January 1970]
75231 Panorama from Windy Point;panorama from Geology Vista;Harvard College Observatory;Whipple’s office, [January 1970]
75232 Boston Logan airport;Boston vicinity smog, snow;Connecticut River;Lake Ontario (Syracuse west);Lake Huron ice fields;Evaporation particles on Lake Michigan, January 22, 1970
75233 Construction Mt. Lemmon 40" USRA;Weaver’s trip to Mt. Lemmon, February 2-3, 1970
75234 German TV at Catalina Observatory;Mt. Lemmon inspection, February 21-25, 1970
75235 Flight Mt. Lemmon;Tucson;Tumamoc;Catalina Observatory;Mt Graham;Hiliago PR, March 7, 1970
75236 Miller Peak;Mt Wrightson;Mt. Hopkins March 7, 1970
75237 Paul's wedding March 22, 1970
75238 Flight to San Diego via Palmas views; roses at home, April 12- 19, 1970
75239 Flowers at home;trip to Mt. Agassiz, May 6, 1970
75239+ Mt. AgassizMt Humphreys, May 6, 1970
75240 Palomar 60”, 200”;return trip clouds over desert new Salton Sea; hard-hat demonstration;to Colorado Springs, June 1, 1970
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76241 Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak;view of Pikes Peak from airport;Broadmoor suite;views from Glen Cove, June 2, 1970
76242 Return from Pikes Peak by road; ascent by cog rail road, June 2, 1970
76243 Pikes Peak ascent by cog rail road, June 3, 1970
76244 Mt. Lemon inspection with Houston;Off to Hawaii;California desert and smog;Mt. Wilson;Santa Barbara Island, June 24, 1970
76245 Pacific clouds;Mauna Kea;Rainbow Honolulu;Diamond Head;Maui;Kilo Bay;Mauna Kea, June 24, 1970
76246 Brunk and Newell on Kilauea Iki;Lava Tree Park;Kapoho;Halemaumau Crater;chain of craters road;Hilo County building;Mauna Kea, June 26-28, 1970
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75247 Flight to San Francisco;fog on ocean,ripplesflight to Shasta, July 6-7, 1970
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76248 Lucy and des Tombe, California, July 8, 1970
76249 Meeting on Mt. Lemmon;smelter smog Tucson/Flagstaff;Flagstaff airport moon;storm over Sedona and north Phoenix,clouds at sunset Soldier Peak, July 15-18, 1970
76250 and 251 [missing]
76252 Trip to Catalina Observatory with John Summer;construction of Schmidt Dome; J.M. des Tombe and Lucy sees me off;clouds, April 9, 1970
76253 Clouds over Atlantic, August 15-16, 1970
76254 Nick’s house Eindhoven;old building;Uncle Dick and other family;Uncle Dick and Sarah at Schiphol, August 17-21, 1970
76255 Albion Beach;;Bignor Roman Villa; Victorian flats for British court, August 22, 1970
76256 Salisbury Cathedral;Stonehenge;Isle of Wight;Polish shiprelief map of Mars August 23, 1970
76257 Schmidt dome under construction;Isle of Wight;Polish shiprelief map of Mars August 23, 1970
76258 Mt. Hopkins dedication, September 29, 1970
76259 Owens Valley;sand dunes from Arizona;Schmidt dome and 61” dome, September 1970
76260 Paul, September-October
76261 Trip to Ames/NASA regarding Lear Jet Solar Spectra program;shots of Lick Observatory and Moffett Field, October 6, 1970
76262 Visit of Dr. Heller and staff;garden from home study;back garden;Paul and Sarah fountain front yard;Sarah in back yard, October 9, 1970
76263 Catalina Mountains yellow flower brush;garden views;visit by Robert E.Vehlin;aero jet;visit to Kitt Peak, October 25-28, 1970
76264 Pima College;old airport hangar;new Anklan Rd, November 7, 1970
76265 Front yard, fall colors;Minnesota Dome foundation Mt Lemmon;Molina Canyon fall colors;Douglas smelter smoke going NWlava fields west of Las Cruces, NM;El Paso smoke sources, November 8-11, 1970
76266 Minnesota dome foundation Mt. Lemon;NASA Ames Lear Jet test, November 14-17, 1970
76267 Installation in Lear Jet;White Mountains from Nevada;Mono Lake;Sierra Nevada;San Joaquin Valley;Santa Cruz, November 17, 1970
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77268 Douglas smog from Windy Point;Minnesota dome going up;Air Force Lunar Laser;home/garden;Paul and Diana Thanksgiving, November 1970
77269 Oakland to Bishop, December 5, 1970
77270 Bishop to Barcroft by helicopter, December 5, 1970
77271 To Bishop by helicopter;sunset on Sierra Nevada, December 5, 1970
77272 University of Minnesota dome and telescope; December 11-12, 1970
77273 Balloon experiments on 70” platform;at home front and back yard, January 15, 1971
77274 Panorama Mt Lemmon;at home;views of sky and sun at Soldiers Peak;Apollo 14 launch on TV, January 30-31, 1971
77275 [missing]
77276 Fire on 22nd Street, Tucson;pine garden;earth's shadow /to Goddard;Washington D.C. to Phoenix, meanders in rivers, Ohio River;cross parallel clouds March 1971
77277 Home front gardens;Views from roof of Space Science building;clean up on Mt Lemmon;Air force dome structure;views of flowers from home;Mo Udall visit to Mt. Lemmon;L. Maggio and Sarah on Mt Lemmon April 7-10, 1971
77278 Front yard, Sarah;flowers (roses) in back of home;Lucy's garden, just completed; Mt. Lemmon visit, Air Force dome, April 11-17, 1971
77279 Home;Mt. Lemon demolition of annex building;test flight NASA CV990 (5000 lbs fuel dump), April-May 1971
77280 Return from San Francisco;garden at home (roses pool, rocks);Mt. Lemon Air Force dome, demolishing part of safe annex, May 7-14, 1971
77281 Yard at home, roses, rocks, palms, views from windows; telescope arrives from White Sands, New MexicoMt Lemon AFCRL telescope and dome, June 1971
77282 [missing]
77283 Tumamoc Hill testing and road work, August 1971
77284 Home to Baja via Hermosillo, August 29, 1971
77285 Survey n. San Jose del Cabo, August 29, 1971
77286 San Lucas to La Paz, August 30, 1971
77287 La Paz to Isla Espíritu Santo, August 30, 1971
77288 From Mulege to Tortuga Island to Calmalli, August 31, 1971
77289 September 12, 1971
77290 Lucy departs for JAVA, September 14, 1971
77291 Back yard, porch with Sarah and Teddy;meeting with Smithsonian;front yard; back yard; living room with Lucy's candle;study with new curtains, Teddy's painting, October 15, 1971
77292 City lights and University Stadium from Tumamoc Hill on weekend compared to full moon views at home (garden), October 30, 1971 November 1-4, 1971
77293 Venus and Jupiter;garden at home (fall colors);Sarah in garden;Venus, Mercury, Moon (Jupiter invisible), November 13, 1971 November 20, 1971
77294 Sky colors from Tumamoc Hill;snow at home, November 25-December 8, 1971
77295 Venus, Moon;40” telescope Soldiers Peak;Soldiers Peak horizon;home oranges, December 21-23, 1971
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78296 Trip to Philadelphia, clouds;trip to NASA, Ames San Francisco;Tumamoc shots, tower;San Manuel smoke filling San Pedro Valley and Kitt Peak;Douglas smelter smoke, December 26-28, 1971, January 1972
78297 Mt. Lemon ski area;Mt Lemon IR Observatory views;Minnesota dome Kitt Peak from Mt. Lemon smog;San Pedro Valley smog from vista;Mt. Hopkins smog from Geology Vista;Smog in Bear Canyon at sunset;Kitt Peak at sunset;crane with Mr. Lance and Mel;Rancho Sin Vacas;University farm fire (Campbell Ave), January 18-31, 1972
78298 Flight to Douglas smelter with Steve Larson, February 13, 1972
78299 Views on Tumamoc of haze toward East and South;Indian defense walls, test telescopes, February 13, 1972
78300 Trip to Albuquerque;Douglas Smelter 120 miles to the north;Morenci smoke, Douglas, Gila River, Duncan, and Silver City;ripples in smog Silver City to El Paso;volcano's south of Albuquerque Rio Grande and cloud cap;contrails over Albuquerque;broken contrail (wavelike), February 1972
78301 Kitt Peak series; contrails, clouds;LA to Phoenix, San Gorgonio, CA;Colorado River from about 7000 ft.;Convair and Lear jet interior shots, February 27, 1972
78302 Observatory in garden and view from sky;flowers from home, February 27, 1972 March 20, 1972
78303 Douglas smog with SE wind;construction of 21” dome;Malacara visit;home, Sarah;assembly of 21” dome, March 17-28,1972
78304 Spring flowers at home;Paul and Diana home from Egypt;Conjunction of Venus, Mars and Saturn, April 1972
78305 Flowers at home, Sasha;21” dome nearly completed at Tumamoc, April 1972
78306 Paul, Diana, Sarah at lunchflowers at home;the Volkswagen Wagon bus and driver, May 2, 1972
78307 Trip to Flagstaff;conjunction of Venus, Mars, Saturn;San Manual smog;Superior plume, April-May 1972
78308 Lucy's garden;dinner at Livermore;from 70” dome to River Telescope and AFCR;dome and Fort Huachuca;picture of Kuiper’s painting;New York; Columbia University (Amsterdam 116th) river and library, May 1-21, 1972
78309 Return trip from N.Y. to Tucson via Chicago, pictures, May 23, 1972
78310 Front garden, June 3, 1972
78311 Views of front garden;Dekkes family leaving, June10-11, 1972
78312 Kirk Storch on Mt. Lemon;home gardens June 1972
78313 Clearing Site III;lichens Bear Canyon, July 11, 1972
78314 Trip to Mt. Lemon;Countess Eleanor Davico;views of garden and backyard July 15, 1972
78315 Italian TV to Mt. Lemon and site I;San Pedro smelter;lightning struck tree;summer flowers;forest fire on Mt. Mica, July 21, 1972
78316 Front garden and pool in back, August, 1972
78317 Front yard, Sarah leaving for Java, August 6-14, 1972
78318 Front yard after junipers and cypress transplanted;planted blue flowers to celebrate Rosabelle, August–September 1972
78319 The rainy season;front and back yards, rainbow over house, September 1972
78320 Steve Larson’s picture of Haro’s move of 105 crates and telescope;smelter smog east, September 7-15, 1972
78321 Views of front and back yards before dome construction, September 1972
78322 Pommes from study;dome frame;cutting the pommes;dome construction, September 1972
78323 Construction of 36 ft. dome on Mt. Lemon;construction of dome interior in my back yard;views of front and back yards, September 25-27, 1972
78324 Views from Lucy's garden;work on my dome;views of my yard;flowers pyracantha;cement work around dome;Sarah in front of house;flowers and dome, October 28, 1972
78325 Mt. Lemon 28” dome construction;sky coronagraph;home dome painting;Kitt Peak haze;flight to Flagstaff, November 8, 1972
78326 Return from Flagstaff;Mt. Lemon pictures;smelter smog, November 10, 1972
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79327 Front garden-fall;dome painted work on adobe;dome and backyard;Herzbergs leaving;Tucson Power Plant steam cloud;Tumamoc in shadow;Kitt Peak radio and television, November 12-18, 1972
79328 Baboquivari, Arivaca, Nogales, Mt Hopkins, Mt. Lemon in snow, November 18, 1972
79329 Herzberg visit/Sabino Canyon and Desert Museum;views of home garden and dome, November 1972
79330 Launch Apollo 17 on television with Cronkite, Schirra and Knapp;roses, oranges in front yard;dome backyard;space experiment on Moon, December 7-16, 1972
79331 Views of garden;Christmas, December 1972
79332 Garden;to Las Cruces; New Mexico between Lordsburg and Deming;smelter smog, January 1973
79333 Trip with Sonett to Mt. Lemon;car off the Catalina Highway;good shot of Sonett;views of garden;rockets at Huntsville Alabama, January 31-Feburary 15, 1973
79334 Tankerslee new house on Bear Canyon Creek;front garden at home;dome at sunset;front palm arch reflected in pool;Villa de Jardin;trip to LA;smog at airport around Tucson;sand ripples in Colorado;Mt. Baldy, Mt. Wilson;LA smog, February 18-24
79335 Houston LBJ Center;front yard views and back with Laura Wilkening;San Xavier Mission with Laura Wilkening;baby bowl with pansies;sleeping circles, Tumamoc, March 9-24, 1973
79336 de Wiess garden;Tumamoc Basin air;University of Arizona Campus;Rillito River;Mt. Hopkins and Mt Wrightson;Kitt Peak radio fd;Development on Sierritas, March 1973
79337 Second trip to Kitt Peak (KPNO);KPNO from 10,500 ft.;Green Valley;Mt. Hopkins from road;Mt. Wrightson road;DM at sunset;Mt. Lemon at sunset, April 1973
79338 Back yard roses;3rd Street orange trees in blossom;trip to NASA-Ames;Charleston Park, NV;White Mts. California, April 1973
79339 Trip to NASA-Ames;Sierra Nevada, Yosemite, Lick;front yard roses sunset, April 27,1973
79340 Roses front garden and back;trip to Mt. Lemon with SonettMt. Lemon mess hall taken down;28” Dome, Early May 1972
79341 At de Wiesses’ interiors;Lucy and Rosabelle in pool (de-Wiess);Lucy and Rosabelle at home;Jean Marc leaves for San Francisco, July 28 – August, 1973
79342 Lucy and Rosabelle depart for California, August 7, 1973
79343 Lucy's garden;Mt. Lemon;Evans house, September 22, 1973
79344 Mt. Lemon;trip to Houston and return; Mt. Graham and Mt. Lemon smog pictures;garden;visit to Dale Cruikshank, October 12-15,1973
79345 Mt. Lemon in smog from east, Douglas smelter;clouds over Monterrey, Mexico;Velasco Palace/pueblo, [October 1973]
79346 Puebla –Acapulco, October 19-21, 1973
79347 Atlixtac, to mountain road, tuff deposits;tuff deposits;Carrasco-Calle Socrates Nursery;leaving Chilpancingo, back Hacienda;back at Puebla Hotel del Angel Tonantzintla, [October 1973]
79348 Trip to Madison and Yerkes;return via Lake Como Geneva;some pictures after return to Tucson, November 8-11, 1973
79349 Garden Tucson, November 1973
79350 Garden Tucson, December 1973
79351 Pictures by Paul; pictures of Kuiper’s office, December 25, 1973
79352 Smog below 4000 ft.;Smog from Windy Point;Panoramic view from building on Mt. Lemon;Ski Lodge;40" dome on Solider Peak (what's left);San Pedro Valley, [October 31-November 7, 1973]
79353 Paul and Diana;Rosabelle’s birthday Java, Jakarta, May-August 20, 1974
79354 Bali trip (Mrs. Kuiper), October 1974
Subseries 3: In this subseries the slides are organized by date.
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801 Miscellaneous, 1956-1958 1969-1970
802 Jupiter, [1967-1970]
803 Observations, 1970-1973
804 Work related January – December 1971
805 Work related October – December 1972
806 Work related March – May 1973
807 Mexico trip, December 1973
808 NASA 990 Solar Spectra, Oregon craters no date
Subseries 4: The slides in this subseries are not dated and are organized by subject
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811 Alphonsus Crater
812 Kuiper family slides
813 Mount Lemon (best slides)
814 Personal and scenic
815 Plitvicka Jezera (Plitvice Lakes), Croatia,
816 Solar System v.1,
817 Solar System v.2,
818 Texas color slides,
819 Trip to Russia (includes guide for slides),
Series XVIII: Audio tapes, one filmstrip and films
Subseries 1: Audio tapes and one film-strip, this subseries is organized by date 1965-1973
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8110 35th Ranger Mission April 4, 1965
8111 Address by G.P. Kuiper at Lowell Observatory, May 5, 1965
8112 Dedication of the Science Building and symposium - A, January 26-28, 1967
8113 Dedication of the Science Building and symposium - B, January 26-28, 1967
8114 Dedication of the Science Building and symposium - C, January 26-28, 1967
8115 Dedication of the Science Building and symposium - D, January 26-28, 1967
8116 Dedication of the Science Building and symposium - E, January 26-28, 1967
8117 The Lunar Surface”, Lecture by G.P. Kuiper, March 20, 1967
8118 “Origin of the Moon and Planets” lecture and discussion by Dr. Kuiper, February 15, 1973
8119 Gerard Kuiper Memorial Service, Unitarian Church, December 30, 1973
8120 Dr. Kuiper talking about Jupiter and 2 home movies – A no date
8121 Dr. Kuiper talking about Jupiter and 2 home movies featuring Kuiper – B no date
8122 Dr. Kuiper talking about Jupiter and 2 home movies featuring Kuiper – C no date
8123 Filmstrip - Op de Sterrenwacht, no date
8124 - Radio interview with G.P. Kuiper, sound only in Dutch, 4 minutes, no date
Subseries 2: Films
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821 Celestial pictures taken by the TV Telescope, produced by Space Surveillance Division, Air Force Missile Test Center Cape Canaveral, black and white, no sound, 20 minutes. Survey of lunar surface, pictures of Saturn and Jupiter. 1961
822 Lunar Bridgehead Flight of Ranger”produced by Irl Newlan, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, black and white with sound, 30 minutes. NASA film clip about the 1964 Ranger 7 mission to the Moon. Describes the launch cameras, flight, and impact on the Moon. Features H. Newell, W. Pickering, E. Shoemaker and E. Whitaker. Excerpts of the 2nd press conference at JPL. Gerard Kuiper analyzes the first lunar photos. The DVD is included with this film. 1964
823 Ranger 7 photographs of the Moon, Camera A Series,produced by NASA/JPL black and white with sound, 6 minutes August 28, 1964
824 Interview with G.P. Kuiper, black and white, with sound, 8 minutes. Includes Kuiper’s description of the lunar surface and first ranger photos, production of the lunar atlas, and the possibility of life on Mars. CBS Broadcasting, Inc.DVD is included with the film no date
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83a1 Interview with Kuiper, black and white, with sound in Dutch, 15 minutes. Pictures of Tucson and the University of Arizona in the 1960’s. Kuiper discusses lunar geology. 1960's
83a2 De Leidsche Sterrewacht, 1633-1944 produced by Multi film, Haarlem, black and white, no sound, 10 minutes. Pictures of the Le Leiden Observatory, including daily life. Features Hertzsprund, de Sitter and Oort. 1633-1944
83a3 3. Verover de Aarde, Vandaag de Maan van Prof. G. Kuiper, Dutch documentary film, black and white, with sound (mostly in Dutch), 35 minutes. Excerpts from the NASA film “Lunar Bridgehead.” Includes pictures of Tucson, the University of Arizona, Mt. Bigelow, the lunar atlas, and the Ranger photos of the Moon (black and white) with sound mostly in Dutch, . 1633-1944
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83b4 Kuiper footage, black and white, some of the sound is in Dutch, 14 minutes. Kuiper discusses the Lunar Orbiter, lunar surface, lunar atlas, and Mars, no date
83b5 Home movies featuring G.P. Kuiper. Color, no sound, 24 minutes. Kuiper ridding in a car, doing observations, in garden, in office being interviewed no date
83b6 Ranger 8 television pictures of the moon” produced by JPL, Black and white, with Sound, 7 minutes. Pictures from last 23 minutes of the flight to impact on the Moon on 2/20/65. Last 40 pictures taken by the A and B cameras. Also last P channel pictures. June 1965
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841 1. Face the issues – KTKT radio dub – I side, 2 tracks, undated
Films, 1 DVD, 3 Magnetic Recording tapes
842 Uranus and Netune – Lecture Dr. G.P. Kuiper, March 20, 1967
843 3.Audio recordings of Dr. Kuiper Side1: Excerpts from an Air force radio program aired, August 2, 1964. Narrator T/Sgt Bill Hickinbotham, USAF program titled; Background-Ranger VII “L + 6”. Side 2: Ranger IX News conference. 1964
844 Dedication Speeches – Mauna Kea Station, 1964
845 1 7/8 recordings by Thornton Page, Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas 77058 Memories of Gerard P. Kuiper, February 9, 1974
846 DVD - Kuiper Audio Recordings - LPL Archive Audio files, undated
847 3 Magnetic recording tapes – Haleakala Report, undated
848 Untitled film, undated