Guide to the Society for the History of Technology Records
NMAH.AC.0400

Administrative Information

Repository Information

Archives Center, National Museum of American History

P.O. Box 37012
 Suite 1100, MRC 601
 Washington, D.C., 20013-7012
 Phone: 202-633-3270
 archivescenter@si.edu

Revision Description

 Finding aid revised by Alison Oswald, archivist. 2012

Conditions Governing Access note

The collection is open for research, but is stored offsite. Arrangements must be made with the Archives Center staff two weeks prior to a scheduled research visit.

Subgroup II, Technology and Culture Records

Series 2, Correspondence, 1965-1988

Files are restricted for thirty years from the most recent date of the correspondence. They may be opened, on a case-by-case basis, through appeal to the SHOT Editorial Committee.

Series 4, Editorial Review of Articles, 1960-1993

Files are restricted for thirty years from the most recent date of the review. They may be opened, on a case-by-case basis, through appeal to the SHOT Editorial Committee.

Series 9, Published Files, 1982-1994

Files are restricted for thirty years from the date of the last correspondence in the individual folder. They may be opened, on a case-by-case basis, through appeal to the SHOT Editorial Committee.

Conditions Governing Use note

Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning intellectual property rights. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees apply when requesting reproductions.

Custodial History note

The archives were originally deposited with the Archives Center in 1988 by Melvin Kranzberg.

Accruals note

The SHOT Archives continue to grow as files generated by SHOT officers and other SHOT participants are retired from active use and forwarded to the SHOT Archives at the Archives Center. Donations of SHOT-related material, such as old newsletters, programs, copies of papers delivered at sessions, committee files, and SHOT-related electronic files, are encouraged. Please contact the Archives Center prior to sending your donation at 202-633-3270 or archivescenter@si.edu

The Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) continues to transfer records to the Archives Center. Addenda were received by Alex Roland (1988); Mrs. Florence U. Rae (1989); Robert Schofield (XXXX); Carroll Pursell (1991); Joseph J. Corn (1991); James Williams (1994), Eugene Ferguson (1995); Robert Post (1995); Jeffrey Stine (1995); Bruce Seely (1996); Alex Roland (1997); Ruth Schwartz Cowan (2000); Carroll Pursell (2001); Joan Mentzer (2001); Robert Post (2001); John B. Rae (2001); William Leslie (2002); William Leslie (2005); Molly Berger (2006); David N. Lucsko (2009 and 2010); Terry Reynolds (2010); Joyce Bedi (2012); John Staudenmaier (2012); Craig A. Orr (2012).

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Dr. Melvin Kranzberg donated the collection on August 29, 1988.

Processing Information note

Processed by Don Darroch (volunteer), Bob Ageton (volunteer), Grace Angel (volunteer); supervised by Robert Harding, archivist, 1999; revised Alison L. Oswald, archivist, 2012. The Archives Center will continue to enhance the series level descriptions.

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Summary Information

Repository
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Creator - (author).
Kranzberg, Melvin, Dr., 1916?-1995
Creator
Society for the History of Technology.
Title
Society for the History of Technology Records
ID
NMAH.AC.0400
Date
1956-[0ngoing]
Extent
353.00 Cubic feet includes disks and photographs (362 boxes)
Language
English
Abstract
The Society for the History of Technology Records (SHOT) consists of documents relating to SHOT from its inception in 1958- [0ngoing]. The collection is divided into two subgroups: Subgroup I, General Records, 1956-2009 which consist of papers generated and received by Melvin Kranzberg in his various roles as an officer of SHOT, as well as papers of other SHOT officers. Subgroup II, Technology and Culture Records, 1958-2009, consists of documents relating to the Society's journal,  Technology and Culture.  T & C is a quarterly publication containing articles of interest to and written by historians and students of technology. The records consist of material generated by Melvin Kranzberg in his role as editor-in-chief, 1959-1981 and by succeeding  T&C editors.

Preferred Citation note

Society for the History of Technology Records, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

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Biographical/Historical note

The Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) was formed in 1958 to encourage the study of the development of technology and its relations with politics, economics, labor, business, the environment, public policy, science, and the arts. The Society is incorporated in the State of Ohio as a nonprofit educational organization. Membership is international, open to individuals, organizations, corporations, and institutions interested in the purposes and activities of the Society. An international society, SHOT meets annually in North America or Europe and also sponsors smaller conferences focused on specialized topics, often jointly with other scholarly societies and organizations. The Society's quarterly journal, Technology and Culture, is published by the Johns Hopkins University Press (http://www.techculture.org/). In addition to  Technology and Culture, SHOT publishes a quarterly newsletter and, jointly with the American Historical Association, a booklet series,  Historical Perspectives on Technology, Society, and Culture.

Melvin Kranzberg was the driving force behind the organization of SHOT. He chaired its Executive Council, 1958-1959, and also served as secretary of the organization, 1959-1974; vice president, 1981-1982; president, 1983-1984; and chairman of the editorial committee, 1985-1988. From 1959 to 1981, he was editor-in-chief of SHOT's quarterly journal, Technology and Culture (T&C). In addition to his long, intimate involvement with SHOT, Kranzberg, as a professor at Case Institute of Technology and Georgia Institute of Technology, 1952-1988, was deeply engaged in studying aspects of technological development over the course of human history. Kranzberg participated in many scholarly committees and other organizations, both domestic and international. He also contributed to governmental commissions and international bodies. His correspondence, speeches and published articles constitute the Melvin Kranzberg Papers, 1934-1988 (AC0266), in the National Museum of American History's Archives Center.

The Archives Center was officially designated the respository for the SHOT records and the editorial records of Technology and Culture in October 1994.

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Scope and Contents note

The collection is divided into two subgroups: Subgroup I, General Records, 1956-2009 which consist of papers generated and received by Melvin Kranzberg in his various roles as an officer of SHOT, as well as papers of other SHOT officers. Subgroup II, Technology and Culture Records, 1958-2009, consists of documents relating to the Society's journal,  Technology and Culture.  T & C is a quarterly publication containing articles of interest to and written by historians and students of technology. The records consist of material generated by Melvin Kranzberg in his role as editor-in-chief, 1959-1981 and by succeeding  T&C editors. The Melvin Kranzberg Papers (AC0266) consist of the personal papers of Dr. Kranzberg from his undergraduate years at Amherst College through his professional career. The collection documents his involvement with development of the new field of history of technology and his role as principal founder of the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT); work as consultant and advisor to domestic and international agencies, colleges, and universities; personal affiliations, lectureships, publications; and teaching and administrative activities for more than forty years as a college professor.

Subgroup I, General Records, 1956-2009, consists of documents relating to SHOT from its inception in 1958 to 2009, papers generated and received by Melvin Kranzberg in his various roles as an officer of SHOT, as well as papers of other SHOT officers.

The General Records are divided into ten series based on the functions of this professional organization of scholars interested in the history of technology. Series one through three document committees and officers and their correspondence regarding day-to-day activities of the Society. Financial records and preparation for annual membership meetings and other more specialized meetings comprise other series. Newsletters and brochures describing SHOT's activities and the records of SHOT's relationships with other professional associations (such as the American Association for the Advancement of Science) complete the General Records.

Series 1, Organizational Records, 1956-1984, consists of materials documenting organizing work, including membership, officers, finances, publicity and drafting of a constitution for SHOT. Included are minutes of meetings to accomplish these purposes as well as for the first general membership meeting held in December, 1958. Papers incorporating SHOT and a history of the organization as of 1976 are included. These records are organized into three categories: the initial conceptualization and creation of SHOT; support activities in the early period; the constitution and history of SHOT. The material is arranged chronologically.

Series 2, Records Of Councils, Committees, and Other Groups, 1959-1989, consists of the records of SHOT councils, committees and other organizational groups. The Executive Council consists of nine elected voting members in addition to the officers of the Society, past presidents of the Society, and the editor-in-chief of the Society's journal. The Executive Council directs the affairs of the Society. In order to reflect the composition of the Society as an interdisciplinary organization which draws from both academe and the factory and industrial laboratory, the Executive Council has been made up of a combination of academicians and practicing engineers and industrialists.

Subseries 2a, Executive Council, 1959-1963; 1968; 1975-1978; 1983-1987, contain memoranda to the Executive Council from Melvin Kranzberg, Secretary, 1959-1974; correspondence to and from Secretary Carroll Pursell, 1975-1978; reports; minutes; and other memoranda regarding the SHOT Brochure and Museum Exhibit Awards Program. In addition, Series 5 contains the minutes of many Executive Council meetings, 1958-1992.

Subseries 2b, Advisory Council, 1960-1961, is composed of SHOT members selected on the basis of their distinquished scholarship or eminent service to the development of technological studies. The Advisory Council is consulted from time to time regarding the affairs of the Society. These records contain memoranda to the Advisory Council requesting advice, and a list and addresses of Council members as of March, 1961.

The Subseries 2c, Nominating Committee,1961-1984, is composed of three Society members appointed by the president; they serve for three years in rotation, one member being added and one retiring each year. Their duties are to nominate persons for the various offices, Executive Council, and the Advisory Council. In addition they make nominations to the Executive Council of candidates for corresponding membership. These records contain correspondence among Society officers, members and potential members of the Nominating Committee; memoranda to the Nominating Committee regarding the work of the committee; lists of officers and council members of the Society; and nominations and ballots.

The Subseries 2d, Editorial Committee,1980-1987, is chosen by members of the Executive Council and generally oversees and has ultimate responsibility for the Society's journal,  Technology and Culture. The editor-in-chief of the journal is the chairman of the Editorial Committee. The records contain correspondence of the committee; annual reports of the committee; memoranda; and the editor's reports.

The Subseries 2e, Documents Committee,1961-1970; 1979-1985 mission was to monitor the preservation of important documents and archival materials that are or may be of value to historians of technology. A primary function is the encouragement of the maintenance and preservation of scientific and technological archives. These records contain correspondence to and from the chairman of the committee, Mel Kranzberg, and others regarding the committee's work and status.

Subseries 2g, Other Committees, 1961-1987, consist of correspondence and memoranda regarding the myriad aspects of various small SHOT committees' work. Among the committees are: Fellowship Committee; Aims and Goals Committee; Industrial Archeology Committee; Electricity and Electronics Archives Committee; Bicentennial Committee; SHOT Research Committee; Technical Studies Committee; Museum Committee; Monograph Committee; Ad Hoc Committee on Library Services; Technical Studies and Educational Committee; Sites Committee; the Endowment Committee; and the Bibliographic Committee, which was organized to prepare an annual list of books and articles with critical comments or references to reviews when available. The bibliography is published annually in  Technology and Culture. An analytical index is prepared annually to accompany the bibliography.

Subseries 2h, Officers and Committee Appointments, 1963;1966; 1970-1977; 19080; 1982, contains lists of SHOT committee officers, as well as correspondence and memoranda regarding committee and SHOT officers' appointments and acceptances.

Since SHOT's inception in 1958, members have formed special interest groups (SIGs) for the purpose of bringing together scholars and professionals with interests in specific fields of the history of technology. Subseries 2i, Special Interest Groups, 1961-1988, material includes correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, directories, reports of chairmen, and articles of various special interest groups. These special interest groups are composed of SHOT members who have a common interest, e.g., women's roles in technological history and military technology.

The Subseries 2j, Awards Committee (Committee on Honors), 1961-1988, was an advisory committee created to establish conditions and to recommend recipients for various SHOT medals and awards, such as the Usher, Dexter and da Vinci. The power to confer the awards rests with the Executive Council of SHOT. The committee is also responsible for developing citations for the medals and carrying out the nomination process for awards. These records contain correspondence between committee members and Kranzberg regarding awards to recipients, vitae of award recipients, and edited copies of the "awards/honors section" of  Technology and Culture.

The Subseries 2k, Leonardo da Vinci Medal, 1966-1986, is the Society's highest honor, presented to an individual who has greatly contributed to the history of technology through research, teaching, publications, and other activities. This material consists mostly of correspondence among officers of SHOT and the medal recipients. Also included is biographical material on three recipients of the medal. Photographs of the medal are also included.

The Subseries 2l, Dexter Prize, sponsored by the Dexter Chemical Corporation of New York City, is an annual prize of $1,000 dollars for the best book on the history of technology. This material is mainly correspondence regarding the establishment of the prize, development of the plaque, correspondence to and from the recipients, a photo of one recipient, and original illustrations of the plaque.

The Subseries 2m, Robinson Prize, 1968-1987, was established by the Executive Council and is awarded annually. It consists of a certificate and a check for $150 dollars for the best paper presented at a SHOT annual meeting by a person under thirty years of age. The material includes correspondence and memoranda regarding this prize. In addition, copies of many submission papers are included.

The Subseries 2n, Levinson Prize, 1984-1986, is awarded for an author's first manuscript intended for publication. There is a cash award of $250 dollars and an appropriate plaque. Included is correspondence to and from SHOT officers regarding the establishment and the awarding of this prize.

Subseries 2o, Miscellaneous Awards, 1984-1986, consists of correspondence and memoranda related to various small awards and prizes, including the Usher prize, a special certification award for meritorious work not covered by established prizes, and the IEEE Life Member's Prize in Electrical History, administered by SHOT.

Series 3, Correspondence, 1963-1988, contains correspondence of SHOT officers and is divided into three subseries: general correspondence, correspondence of SHOT presidents, and correspondence dealing with particularly important subjects. The general correspondence deals with routine administrative matters from 1966-1988. The presidential letters and the letters to which they reply relate to the official responsibilities of the SHOT president 1978-1986. The final category contains correspondence, 1975-1985, on subjects such as preparations for commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage and the offer of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History to be the repository for the records of SHOT.

Series 4, Financial Records (Budget), 1959-1993, consists of financial statements and bank records, 1960-1993, including reports of SHOT treasurers to the membership and to appropriate committees regarding SHOT finances, as well as bank statements, check stubs, and other records of transactions and investments. Copies of required reports to the Internal Revenue Service, 1960-1991 are filed separately as is the general correspondence of SHOT Treasurers, 1985-1991. Financial reports on individual SHOT Meetings, 1976-1993 consititute a final category.

Series 5, Meetings, 1958-1992, contains minutes of the Executive Council and annual general membership meetings, as well as records of preparatory work for annual meetings of SHOT, and is arranged chronologically. Records of other membership meetings concerned with particular subjects are listed separately. Correspondence relating to a conference on "Critical Issues in the History of Technology" organized by SHOT in Roanoke, Virginia in 1978, is also included.

Series 6, Secretary's Membership Records, 1958-1984, consists of reports and correspondence to and from officers and members of SHOT, and is arranged chronologically. Included are inquiries from prospective members, responses by the SHOT secretary, statistics of membership, questionnaires, and invitations to join SHOT.

Series 7, Newsletter, 1958-1997, contains the SHOT newsletter and records of its publication and is arranged chronologically for 1977-1989. Materials for the years preceding 1977 include the actual newsletters for 1958-1964, arranged chronologically, and the rough draft of the 1960 newsletter. Series 9 contains additional copies of the SHOT newsletter.

Series 8, Publication of Monographs, 1961-1984, contains correspondence and committee meeting minutes relating to editorial review, printing problems and royalties. These are arranged by subject.

Series 9, SHOT Professional Relations with Other Organizations, 1964-1988, consists of materials documenting SHOT's numerous official contacts with other professional societies, including joint meetings, correspondence, and minutes. These records are arranged chronologically. Papers relating to the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Council of Learned Societies are grouped separately.

Subgroup II, Technology and Culture Records, 1958-1995, consists of documents relating to the Society's journal,  Technology and Culture.  T & C is a quarterly publication containing articles of interest to and written by historians and students of technology. The records consist of material generated by Melvin Kranzberg in his role as editor-in-chief, 1959-1981 and by succeeding  T&C editors.

The papers are divided into ten subseries according to the editorial and other activities involved in producing T & C. In addition to the Organizational Records, 1958-1962, the  Technology and Culture records include book reviews, editorial reviews of articles, indexes and tables of contents, printing (by the University of Chicago Press), costs, promotions, and special projects.

Series 1, Organizational Records, 1958-1962 , contains correspondence, minutes of meetings and memoranda relating to the creation of the quarterly journal,  T&C, and its first issue. the series includes records of a membership poll to choose the journal's name. A speech by Melvin Kranzberg in 1981 entitled "Quirks and Jerks of Editing Technology and Culture" outlines the early considerations in publication and later editorial problems.

Series 2, Correspondence, 1965-1988, is restricted and contains articles and reviews of articles submitted to  T&C for publication. This material is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. The folder dates represent the dates of all the correspondence in the folder. The older date usually represents the date when the correspondence was initiated regarding the submission of an article to  T&C. However, the latest date does not always represent correspondence regarding a submission to  T&C, since Kranzberg sometimes included general correspondence in the folders.

All articles went through a refereeing process, during which referees wrote recommendations, either for or against publication. These judges wrote their recommendations with the understanding that their identities and their evaluations would remain confidential. In order to maintain the confidentiality of all parties, this separate correspondence series and the confidential referee reviews have been restricted for thirty years from the most recent date of the correspondence. Exceptions will be made if written permission is obtained from SHOT's Editorial Board.The majority of folders contain correspondence between Kranzberg and the referees about articles, but not the articles themselves. The judges' recommendations contain a great deal of information. Some papers were revised two, three, or more times in preparation for publication and referees' reports follow each revision.

Series 3, Book Reviews, 1969-1995, consists of drafts of reviews which appeared in  T&C with correspondence relating to those reviews. The material is arranged chronologically according to the  T&C issue in which they appeared.

Series 4, Editorial Review of Articles, 1960-1993, consists of drafts of articles considered for publication and other editorial material, for example, exhibit reviews, communications, notes and announcements, correspondence (with authors and reviewers; the latter included comments on the draft articles) and email printouts. The material is arranged alphabetically by name of author and is restricted. Judges wrote their recommendations with the understanding that their identities and their evaluations, would remain confidential. In order to maintain the confidentiality of all parties, this series and the confidential referee reviews have been restricted for thirty years from the most recent date of the correspondence. Exceptions will be made if written permission is obtained from SHOT's Editorial Board.

Series 5, Indexes (Cumulative) and Tables of Contents, 1965-1987 (Boxes 54-56), contains tables of contents of each quarterly edition of  T&C, 1965-1981, together with cumulative indexes through 1987.

Series 7, Special Projects, 1962-1986, includes materials documenting miscellaneous projects related to  T&C and its editing and publication, and is arranged chronologically.

Series 8, Technology and Culture Editor, 1982-1995, consists of records of the editor documenting the functions of soliciting, reviewing, refereeing and giving final approval for articles and book reviews appearing in  T&C. Correspondence with members of SHOT and others is arranged alphabetically. Letters relate to proposed articles and comments on them, as well as other subjects. Also included is correspondence relating to Post's own publications, exhibits, and public presentations, assessments of grant applications, records of his involvement in the affairs of the National Museum of American History and other museums, and correspondence with other periodicals with which he was editorially involved, such as  Invention and Technology and  Railroad History.

Series 9, Published Files, 1982-1994,contains edited typescript (as submitted to publisher) for articles, research notes, conference reports, organizational notes, reviews, obituaries, and all other material published in  Technology and Culture for one calendar year. Correspondence with authors, advisory editors, referees (between two and five for each article), and editorial and production staff of the University of Chicago Press is also included. The materials are arranged chronologically by year. These files are closed for thirty years from the date of the last correspondence in the individual folder. They may be opened, on a case-by-case basis, through appeal to the SHOT Editorial Committee.

Series 10, Office Business Files, 1983-2007, consists of files from the  Technology and Culture offices. Many of the files relate to the journal's redesign, editors, and search for a university press to publish the journal.

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Arrangement note

The collection is divided into two subgroups.

Subgroup I, General Records, 1956-2009

Subgroup II, Technology and Culture Records, 1958-2010

Subgroup I, General Records, 1956-2009

Series 1, Organizational Records, 1956-1984

Subseries 1a, Conceptualization and Creation of SHOT, 1956-1959

Subseries 1b, Support Activities, 1958-1972

Subseries 1c, Constitution and History of SHOT, 1958-1976

Series 2, Records of Councils, Committees, and Other Groups, 1959-1989

Subseries 2a, Executive Council, 1959-1963; 1968; 1975-1978; 1983-1987

Subseries 2b, Advisory Council, 1960-1961

Subseries 2c, Nominating Committee, 1961-1984

Subseries 2d, Editorial Committee, 1980-1987

Subseries 2e, Documents Committee, 1961-1970; 1979-1985

Subseries 2f, Program Committee, 1959; 1961; 1968; 1971; 1983-1984

Subseries 2g, Other Committees, 1961-1987

SSubseries 2h, Officers and Committee Appointments, 1963;1966; 1970-1977; 19080; 1982

Subseries 2i, Special Interest Groups, 1961-1988

Subseries 2j, Awards Committee (Committee on Honors), 1961-1988

Subseries 2k, Leonardo da Vinci Medal, 1966-1986

Subseries 2l, Dexter Prize, 1968-1987

Subseries 2m, Robinson Prize (Joseph J. Corn, Chair), 1979-1989

Subseries 2n, Levinson Prize, 1984-1986

Subseries 2o, Miscellaneous Awards, 1984-1986

Series 3, Correspondence, 1963-1988

Subseries 3a, General, 1963-1988

Subseries 3b, President's, 1977-1986

Subseries 3c, Other, 1975-19853a. General, 1963-1988

Series 4, Financial Records (Budget), 1959-1993

Subseries 4a, General, 1959-1991

Subseries 4b, Treasurer's Reports to the Internal Revenue Service, 1959-1991

Subseries 4c, Treasurer's Correspondence, 1962-1991

Subseries 4d, Meetings (Financial Records), 1973-1993

Series 5, Meetings, 1958-1992

Subseries 5a, Annual, 1958-1992

Subseries 5b, Other, 1965-1982

Series 6, Secretary's Membership Records, 1958-1984

Series 7, Newsletter, 1958-1997

Series 8, Publication of Monographs, 1961-1984

Series 9, SHOT Professional Relations with Other Organizations, 1964-1988

Subseries 9a, AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science), 1966-1985

Subseries 9b, ACLS (American Council of Learned Societies), 1973-1985

Subseries 9c, Other Professional Affiliations, 1968-1986

Series 10, Officers' Files, 1958-2009

Subseries 10a, John B. Rae Files, 1958-1988

Subseries 10b, Bruce Seely Files, 1984-1995

Subseries 10c, Alex Roland Files, 1986-1996

Subseries 10d, Russell I. Fries Files, 1991-1993

Subseries 10e, James C. Williams Files, 1993-1998

Subseries 10f, Susan Smulyan Files, 1986-1994

Subseries 10g, Ruth Schwartz Cowan Files, 1991-1994

Subseries 10h, Molly Berger Files, 1976-2001

Subseries 10i, William Leslie Files, 1989-2003

Subseries 10j, Terry Reynolds Files, 1993-2002

Subseries 10k, Joyce Bedi Files, 1984-2009

Subseries 10l: Carroll Pursell Files, 1959-XXXX

Subgroup II, Technology and Culture Records, 1958-2012

Series 1, Organizational Records, 1958-1962

Series 2, Correspondence, 1965-1988

Series 3, Book Reviews, 1969-1995

Series 4, Editorial Review of Articles, 1960-1993

Series 5, Indexes (cumulative and tables of contents), 1965-1987

Series 6, Technology and Culture, 1959-1994

Series 7, Special Projects, 1962-1986

Series 8, Technology and Culture Editor, 1982-2010

Series 9, Published Files, 1982-1994

Series 10, Office Business Files, 1983-2007

Series 11, Technology and Culture (journal), 1992, 1994, 2005-2012

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Material in the Archives Center, National Museum of American History

Melvin Kranzberg Papers (AC0266)

Personal papers of Dr. Kranzberg from his undergraduate years at Amherst College through his professional career. Collection documents his involvement with development of the new field of history of technology and his role as principal founder of the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT); work as consultant and advisor to domestic and international agencies, colleges, and universities; personal affiliations, lectureships, publications; and teaching and administrative activities for more than forty years as a college professor.

S. Colum Gilfillan Papers (AC0461)

Gilfillan was a charter member of SHOT in 1958. The papers include correspondence with Melvin Kranzberg concerning articles that he published in SHOT's journal, Technology and Culture.

Materials in Smithsonian Institution Archives

Brooke Hindle Papers, 1944-1985 (RU 7363)

These papers document Hindle's teaching career; his tenure as an academic dean, historian, and professor of science and technology at New York University; his service as president of SHOT; and, to a lesser extent, his years as director of the National Museum of the History of Technology (NMHT). Papers consist of correspondence and memoranda with historical, scientific, and technological institutes and societies concerning research; correspondence and memoranda with prominent historians of science and technology, particularly Carl Bridenbaugh, Whitfield J. Bell, and A. Hunter Dupree; historical research proposals, manuscripts, publications, index cards, and related material; biographical information; slides and photographs of scientific illustrations and portraits of historic American figures; files concerning his presidency of SHOT and as a member of various visiting committees to review academic programs in the history of science and technology; and copies of course materials prepared during his teaching career at New York University.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • American Council of Learned Societies
  • National Science Foundation.

Genre(s)

  • Business records--1950-2000.
  • Correspondence--1940-2000
  • Correspondence--2000-2010
  • Floppy disks
  • Newsletters--20th century.
  • Newsletters--21st century.
  • Photographs--Phototransparencies--1950-2000

Subject(s)

  • Technology

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Stored offsite. Arrangements must be made with the Archives Center staff two weeks prior to a scheduled research visit.

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Bibliography

Society for History of Technology website (http://www.historyoftechnology.org) last accessed April 25, 2012.

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Collection Inventory

 Subgroup I: General Records, 1956-2009

Subgroup I, General Records, 1956-2009, consists of documents relating to SHOT from its inception in 1958 to 2009, papers generated and received by Melvin Kranzberg in his various roles as an officer of SHOT, as well as papers of other SHOT officers.

The General Records are divided into ten series based on the functions of this professional organization of scholars interested in the history of technology. Series one through three document committees and officers and their correspondence regarding day-to-day activities of the Society. Financial records and preparation for annual membership meetings and other more specialized meetings comprise other series. Newsletters and brochures describing SHOT's activities and the records of SHOT's relationships with other professional associations (such as the American Association for the Advancement of Science) complete the General Records.

 Series 1: Organizational Records, 1956-1976

The series consists of materials documenting organizing work, including membership, officers, finances, publicity and drafting of a constitution for SHOT. Included are minutes of meetings to accomplish these purposes as well as for the first general membership meeting held in December, 1958. Papers incorporating SHOT and a history of the organization as of 1976 are included. These records are organized into three categories: the initial conceptualization and creation of SHOT; support activities in the early period; and the constitution and history of SHOT. The material is arranged chronologically.

 Subseries 1a: Conceptualization and Creation of SHOT, 1956-1959

Box Folder

Technology and Society, 1956-1958

1 1

Correspondence re: Meeting on Foundation of SHOT, 1958 January 30-1958 January 31

1 2

Advisory Committee meeting at Case Institute, 1958 January 30-1958 January 31

1 3

Berkeley meeting, 1958 June 16-1958 June 17

1 4

Correspondence re: Washington meeting, 1958 December 29-1958 December 30

1 5

Organization, 1959

1 6

 Subseries 1b: Support Activities, 1958-1972

Box Folder

Technology and Culture, 1958

1? 1

Financial support, 1958

1? 2

Publicity, 1958

1? 3

Biographical data, 1958-1963

1? 4

Membership applications (originals), 1958-1959

1? 5

Foreign publicity, 1961

1? 6

SHOT incorporation papers, 1972

1? 7

 Subseries 1c: Constitution and history of SHOT, 1958-1976

Box Folder

Constitution, 1958-1972

2 1

Constitution, 1978-1984

2 2

History of SHOT, 1976

2 3

 Series 2: Records of Councils, Committees, and other groups, 1959-1989

This series consists of the records of SHOT councils, committees and other organizational groups. The Executive Council consists of nine elected voting members in addition to the officers of the Society, past presidents of the Society, and the editor-in-chief of the Society's journal. The Executive Council directs the affairs of the Society. In order to reflect the composition of the Society as an interdisciplinary organization which draws from both academe and the factory and industrial laboratory, the Executive Council has been made up of a combination of academicians and practicing engineers and industrialists.

 Subseries 2a: Executive Council, 1959-1987

This subseries contains memoranda to the Executive Council from Melvin Kranzberg, Secretary, 1959-1974; correspondence to and from Secretary Carroll Pursell, 1975-1978; reports; minutes; and other memoranda regarding the SHOT Brochure and Museum Exhibit Awards Program. In addition, Series 5 contains the minutes of many Executive Council meetings, 1958-1992.

Box Folder

1959-1963

3 1-3

1968

3 4

1975-1978

3 5

1983-1987

3 6

1992-1995, 1992-1995

114 1

April 1998

114 2

October 1998

114 3

Long range planning committee, 1994

114 4

 Subseries 2b: Advisory Council, 1960-1961

This subseries is composed of SHOT members selected on the basis of their distinquished scholarship or eminent service to the development of technological studies. The Advisory Council is consulted from time to time regarding the affairs of the Society. These records contain memoranda to the Advisory Council requesting advice, and a list and addresses of Council members as of March, 1961.

Box
4
Folder
1

 Subseries 2c: Nominating Committee, 1961-1984

This subseries is composed of three Society members appointed by the president; they serve for three years in rotation, one member being added and one retiring each year. Their duties are to nominate persons for the various offices, Executive Council, and the Advisory Council. In addition they make nominations to the Executive Council of candidates for corresponding membership. These records contain correspondence among Society officers, members and potential members of the Nominating Committee; memoranda to the Nominating Committee regarding the work of the committee; lists of officers and council members of the Society; and nominations and ballots.

Box Folder

1961-1966

4 1

1962-1970

4 2-8

1971-1982

4 9-22

1983-1984

4 23-25

 Subseries 2d: Editorial Committee, 1972-1987

This subseries contains correspondence of the committee; annual reports of the committee; memoranda; and the editor's reports. The Editorial Committee is chosen by members of the Executive Council and generally oversees and has ultimate responsibility for the Society's journal, Technology and Culture. The editor-in-chief of the journal is the chairman of the Editorial Committee.

Box Folder

Correspondence, editorship of Technology and Culture, 1972-1974

5 1

Editorial Search Committee, 1977-1980

5 2-3

Editorial transitionTechnology and Culture, 1980-1981

5 4

Correspondence, 1980-1981

5 5

Correspondence, 1983-1987

5 6-8

 Subseries 2e: Documents Committee, 1961-1985

This subseries contains correspondence to and from the chairman of the committee, Mel Kranzberg, and others regarding the committee's work and status. The Documents Committee's mission was to monitor the preservation of important documents and archival materials that are or may be of value to historians of technology. A primary function is the encouragement of the maintenance and preservation of scientific and technological archives.

Box Folder

1961-1970

6 1

1979-1985

6 2

 Subseries 2f: Program Committee, 1959-1985

This subseries contains correspondence and memoranda among members of the Program Committee--and with Kranzberg--regarding program sessions and participants at various meetings and other committee business and priorities; the program of the SHOT 1983 annual meeting; and various program reports, 1959-1985. The Program Committee has charge of arrangements for SHOT's annual meetings, any special meetings of the Society, and any other programs sponsored by the Society. For example, the committee has the responsibility of organizing SHOT sessions at annual meetings of the American Historical Association and the American Association for the Advancement of Science and History of Science Society, among others.

Box Folder

1959

6 1

1961

6 2

1968

6 3

1971

6 4

1983-1985

6 5-6

 Subseries 2g: Other Committees, 1961-1987

This subseries consists of correspondence and memoranda regarding the myriad aspects of various small SHOT committees' work. Among the committees are: Fellowship Committee; Aims and Goals Committee; Industrial Archeology Committee; Electricity and Electronics Archives Committee; Bicentennial Committee; SHOT Research Committee; Technical Studies Committee; Museum Committee; Monograph Committee; Ad Hoc Committee on Library Services; Technical Studies and Educational Committee; Sites Committee; the Endowment Committee; and the Bibliographic Committee, which was organized to prepare an annual list of books and articles with critical comments or references to reviews when available. The bibliography is published annually in Technology and Culture. An analytical index is prepared annually to accompany the bibliography.

Box Folder

Bibliography, 1961-1966

7 1

SHOT Publicity, 1962

7 2

Fellowship Committee, 1964-1966

7 3

Aims and Goals Committee, 1967

7 4

Industrial Archeology Committee, 1968

7 5

Organizational Notes, 1968

7 6

Presidential Address, 1970

7 7

Electricity and Electronics Committee, 1972-1973

7 8

Bicentennial Committee, 1973-1975

7 9

SHOT Research Committee, 1975-1984

7 10

Tech Studies Committee, 1976-1979

7 11

Museum Committee, 1961-1981

7 12

Monograph Committee, 1980-1984

7 13

Library Services Committee, 1983

7 14

Technical Studies and Educational Committee, 1983

7 15

Ad Hoc Committee on Library Courtesy, 1983

7 16

Sites Committee, 1983-1984

7 17

Endowment Committee, 1983-1984

7 18

Four-year plan, 1987

7 19

 Subseries 2h: Officers and Committee Appointments, 1963-1982

This subseries contains lists of SHOT committee officers, as well as correspondence and memoranda regarding committee and SHOT officers' appointments and acceptances.

Box Folder

Officers, 1966

[?] 1

Officers, 1970-1977

[?] 2

Officers, 1982

[?] 3

Vice-Presidency, 1980

[?] 4

Presidency, 1982

[?] 5

Committee appointments, 1963

[?] 6

Committee appointments, 1977

[?] 7

Committee appointments, 1982

[?] 8

 Subseries 2i: Special Interest Groups, 1977-1988

Since SHOT's inception in 1958, members have formed special interest groups (SIGs) for the purpose of bringing together scholars and professionals with interests in specific fields of the history of technology. This subseries includes correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, directories, reports of chairmen, and articles of various special interest groups. These special interest groups are composed of SHOT members who have a common interest. For example, women's roles in technological history and military technology.

Box Folder

Women in Technological History, 1977-1988

8 1

Jovians, 1978

8 2

Technology Museum Special Interest Group (TEMSIG), 1983-1988

8 3

Pelicans Annual Report, 1984-1987

8 4

Albatross, 1985

8 5

SHOT/TSEIG, 1986-1988

8 6

Construction History Interest Group, 1987

8 7

Military Technology Interest Group, 1987-1988

8 8

Communications Technologies Special Interest Group, 1988

8 9

 Subseries 2j: Awards Committee (Committee on Honors), 1961-1988

This series contains correspondence between committee members and Kranzberg regarding awards to recipients, vitae of award recipients, and edited copies of the "awards/honors section" of Technology and Culture. The Awards Committee (Committee on Honors), is an advisory committee created to establish conditions and to recommend recipients for various SHOT medals and awards, such as the Usher, Dexter and da Vinci. The power to confer the awards rests with the Executive Council of SHOT. The committee is also responsible for developing citations for the medals and carrying out the nomination process for awards.

Box Folder

1961-1974

9 1-11

1975-1984

9 12-22

1985; 1988

9 23

 Subseries 2k: Leonardo da Vinci Medal, 1966-86

This subseries consists mostly of correspondence among officers of SHOT and the medal recipients. Also included is biographical material on three recipients of the medal. Photographs of the medal are also included. The Leonardo da Vinci Medal is the Society's highest honor, presented to an individual who has greatly contributed to the history of technology through research, teaching, publications, and other activities.

Box Folder

1966-1968

[?] 1-2

1975-1976

[?] 3

1979-1986

[?] 4

 Subseries 2l: Dexter Prize, 1968-1987

This subseries is mainly correspondence regarding the establishment of the prize, development of the plaque, correspondence to and from the recipients, a photo of one recipient, and original illustrations of the plaque. The Dexter Prize, sponsored by the Dexter Chemical Corporation of New York City, is an annual prize of $1,000 dollars for the best book on the history of technology.

Box Folder

1968-1987

10 1-4

 Subseries 2m: Robinson Prize, 1978-1989

The material includes correspondence and memoranda regarding this prize. In addition, copies of many submission papers are included. The Robinson Prize, 1968-1987, was established by the Executive Council and is awarded annually. It consists of a certificate and a check for $150 dollars for the best paper presented at a SHOT annual meeting by a person under thirty years of age.

Box Folder

1978-1984

11 1-7

1984-1989

11 8-12

Stine correspondence, 1987-1990

11A 13

 Subseries 2n: Levinson Prize 1984-1986

Box
[?]
Folder
1

 Subseries 2o: Dibner Award

Included is this subseries is correspondence to and from SHOT officers regarding the establishment and the awarding of this prize. The Levinson Prize, 1984-1986, is awarded for an author's first manuscript intended for publication. There is a cash award of $250 dollars and an appropriate plaque.

Box Folder

Submissions for Dibner Award, 2001

11A 1
Box

Submissions for Dibner Award (small exhibit), 2003

198
Box Folder

Writing on hands, 2001

11A 2

The Bicycle Takes Off, 2001

11A 3

The Price of Bread and Rubber, 2001

11A 4

On Time, 1999

11B 1

Quest for Volume, 2000

11B 2

Spanish Museum, 2001

11B 3

Fluorescence, 2001

11B 4

Making the Modern World, 2001

11C 1

Fast Attacks, 2000

11C 2

The Bakken, 2000

11C 3

PTT-Museum of Denmark, 2000

11C 4

One Small Step, 2000

11C 5

Melbourne Museum, Lower West Gallery, NTSC, undated

11C 6

Powerhouse Museum, 2000

11D 1

When the Hop was King, undated

11D 2

Forming a New World

11D 3

A State of Health (New Jersey), 2000

11D 4

 Subseries 2p: Miscellaneous Prizes and Awards, 1984-1986

This subseries consists of correspondence and memoranda related to various small awards and prizes, including the Usher prize, a special certification award for meritorious work not covered by established prizes, and the IEEE Life Member's Prize in Electrical History, administered by SHOT.

Box Folder

Emme Prize, 1984

[?] 1

Usher Prize, 1984-1986

[?] 2

Ad Hoc Committee for Award for Editing, 1985

[?] 3

IEEE/SHOT Award, 1986

[?] 4

SHOT Museum Award, 1986

[?] 5

 Series 3: Correspondence, 1963-1988

The series contains correspondence of SHOT officers, is divided into three subseries: general correspondence, correspondence of SHOT presidents, and correspondence dealing with particularly important subjects. The general correspondence deals with routine administrative matters from 1966-1988. The presidential letters and the letters to which they reply relate to the official responsibilities of the SHOT president, 1978-1986. The final category contains correspondence, 1975-1985, on subjects such as preparations for commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage and the offer of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History to be the repository for the records of SHOT.

 Subseries 3a: General Correspondence, 1963-1988

Box Folder

1963

12 1

1966-1970

12 2

1969

12 3

1972-1977

12 4-9

1975-1980

13 10-16

1982-1988

14 17-24

 Subseries 3b: President's Correspondence, 1977-1986

Box Folder

1977-1978 (Eugene Ferguson)

15 1-2

1978-1985

15 3

1979

15 4

1983-1984

15 5-6

1985-1986

16 7-8

 Subseries 3c: Other Correspondence, 1975-1985

Box Folder

Technology and Society Workshop, 1975

[?] 1

Technology & Culture, 1981

[?] 2

SHOT Archives, 1983

[?] 3

Columbus' 500th Anniversary, 1984

[?] 4

Other programs, 1985

[?] 5

Correspondence, 1985

[?] 6

 Series 4: Financial Records (budget), 1959-1993

The series consists of financial statements and bank records, 1960-1993, including reports of SHOT treasurers to the membership and to appropriate committees regarding SHOT finances, as well as bank statements, check stubs, and other records of transactions and investments. Copies of required Reports to the Internal Revenue Service, 1960-1991, are filed separately, as is the General Correspondence of SHOT Treasurers, 1985-1991. Financial Reports on individual SHOT Meetings, 1976-1993 constitute a final category.

 Subseries 4a: General, 1959-1991

Box Folder

1959

17 1-2

1959-1965

17 3

1960

17 4

1960-1964

17 5

1961-1965

17 6-16

1965-1980

17 17

1965-1980

17 18

1966

18 19

1966-1970

18 20

1967-1968

18 21-22

1968-1971

18 23

1969-1970

18 24-25

1969-1983

18 26

1970-1971

18 27

1970-1971

18 28

1970-1980

18 29-30

1971-1972

18 31-32

1972-1973

18 33

1972-1975

18 34

1974

18 35

1975

18 36

1975-1979

18 37

1976-1977

18 38

1976-1981

18 39-40

1976-1983

19 41

1977

19 42

1977-1978

19 43-45

1978

19 46

1978-1979

19 47

1978-1980

19 48-49

1978-1981

19 50

1978-[1979?]

19 51

1979-1980

19 52-53

1979-1982

19 54

1980

19 55

1980-1981

19 56-57

1980-1981

20 58

1980-1984

20 59

1981-1982

20 60

1981

20 61

1981-1983

20 62

1982

20 63-67

Miscellaneous reports, 1982-1983

21 68

SHOT - Paine Webber, 1982-1983

21 69

SHOT addresses, 1982-1984

21 70

SHOT treasurer's report, 1983

21 71

SHOT investments, 1983

21 72

SHOT disbursements, 1983

21 73

SHOT receipts, 1983

21 74

SHOT checking accounts, 1983

21 75

SHOT checking, disbursements, 1984

21 76

SHOT Paine Webber, 1984-1985

21 77

SHOT Paine Webber, 1984

21 78

Checking account, 1985

21 79

Checking statements

21 80

Checking accounts, 1985

21 81

SHOT Paine Webber checking, 1985-1987

21 82

SHOT checking, 1986

21 83

SHOT Paine Webber, 1986

21 84

COSSA, 1987

21 85

NCC, 1988

21 86

Paine Webber checking, 1987

21 87

SHOT, National Science Foundation expense, 1987-1988

21 88

SHOT-Bibliography [computer system?], 1988

21 89

Bills, expenses, 1988

21 90

Proposed budget for foundation funds, undated

21 91

National Science Foundation, 1988

22 92

Paine Webber, 1988

22 93

Budget, 1988-1989

22 94

SHOT-National Science Foundation Education Proposal, 1988-1990

22 95

SHOT Budget, 1988-1991

22 96

SHOT Reports, 1989

22 97

SHOT checking, 1989

22 98

SHOT grant forms, 1989

22 99

SHOT Paine Webber, 1989

22 100

SHOT National Science Foundation, 1989-199?

23 101

NAF grant applications, 1989-1991

23 102

Roland - Newsletter, 1989-1991

23 103

SHOT budget, 1990

23 104

SHOT, Paine Webber, 1990

23 105

SHOT checking, 1990

23 106

SHOT newsletter checking account, 1990

23 107

Checking, 1991

23 108

Paine Webber, 1991

23 109

Bills, 1991

23 110

Statements, 1991

23 111

National Science Foundation grants, 1991

23 112

 Subseries 4b: Treasurers' Reports to the Internal Revenue Service, 1959-1991

Box Folder

1959-1982

24 1-9

1991

24 10

 Subseries 4c: Treasurers' Correspondence, 1962-1991

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1962-1973

25 1-2

Correspondence, 1968-1969

25 3

Treasurer's file, 1970-1974

25 4

Correspondence, 1970-1977

26 5-6

Correspondence, 1976-1981

26 7

Correspondence, 1977

27 8

Correspondence, 1978-1981

27 9

Correspondence, 1980-1981

27 10

Correspondence, 1982-1983

27 11-13

SHOT correspondence fiscal year, 1985

28 1

SHOT

28 2

SHOT correspondence fiscal year, 1985

28 3

SHOT correspondence fiscal year, 1986

28 4

Treasurer's correspondence fiscal year, 1986

29 5

SHOT correspondence, 1986

29 6

SHOT correspondence fiscal year, 1987

29 7

Treasurers' correspondence fiscal year, 1987

29 8

Treasurers' Correspondence, 1987

29 9

Treasurers' correspondence fiscal year, 1988

29 10

Correspondence, general fiscal year, 1988

29 11

SHOT Treasurers' correspondence, 1988

29 12

SHOT Treasurers' correspondence, 1989

30 13

SHOT Treasurers' correspondence, 1990

30 14

General correspondence fiscal year, 1991

30 15

 Subseries 4d: Meetings (Financial Records), 1973-1993

Box Folder

SHOT meetings: financial records, 1973-1974

31

Critical Issues Conference, 1976-1979

31 1

Critical Issues, 1977-1978

31 2

Critical Issues Conference, 1978 August 14-18

31 3

SHOT annual meeting, 1989

31 4

SHOT meeting (Bank), 1990

31 5

SHOT meeting report (1990)

31 6

SHOT registrations, 1993

32 7

SHOT registrations, 1993

32 8

SHOT annual meeting; registrations, 1993

33 9

SHOT annual meeting; bank statements, 1993

33 10

SHOT annual meeting; final report, 1993

33 11

 Series 5: Meetings, 1958-1992

The series contains Minutes of the Executive Council and annual general membership meetings, as well as records of preparatory work for annual meetings of SHOT. The materials are arranged chronologically. Records of other membership meetings concerned with particular subjects are listed separately. Correspondence relating to a conference on "Critical Issues in the History of Technology," organized by SHOT in Roanoke, Virginia in 1978, is also included.

 Subseries 5a: Annual, 1952-1982

Box Folder

1958-1959

4 1-2

1959-1960

4 3

1960

4 4-8

1961

34 9-11

1962

34 12-15

1963

34 16-19

1964

35 20-24

1965

35 25-29

1966

35 30-45

1967

36 46-54

1967-1968

36 55-57

1968

36 58-65

1968-1969

36 66

1969

37 67-75

1969-1970

37 76-77

1970

37 78-85

1971

37 86-91

1972

37 92-96

1972-1973

37 97

1973

37 98-107

1973-1974

37 108

1974

38 109-111

1974-1975

38 112

1975

38 113-115

1975-1976

38 116

1975

38 117-120

1976

38 121-124

1977

39 125-127

1977-1979

39 128

1978

39 129-132

1979

39 133-137

1979-1980

40 138-139

1980

40 140-151

1981

41 152-158

1981

42 159-168

1981-1982

42 169

1982

43 170-173

1983

43 174-177

1983-1985

43 178

1984

43 179-182

1985

43 183

1986

43 184

1987

43 185

SHOT Programs, 1958-1992

43 186

Meeting annoucement, 1991

43A 187

Annual meeting, 1992

43A 188

Annual meeting, 1993

43A 189

Lowell, Massachusetts meeting, 1994

43A 190

Annual meeting issue, 1994

43B 191

SHOT ballots, 1994

43B 192

Business meeting, 1994

43B 193

Reception, Technology and Culture, 1994

43B 194

Banquet, 1994

43B 195

Annual meeting, report, 1995

43B 196

Charlotesville, Virginia, 1995

43B 197

Virginia program, 1995

43B 198

Banquet, Charlottesville, 1995

43B 199

Annual meeting, 1995

43C 200

Awards brochure, 1995

43C 201

Sites, 1996

43C 202

London meeting, 1996

43C 203

Annual meeting, 1997

43C 204

Local arrangements

43C 205

Pasadena, California meeting publicity, 1997

43C 206

Women in Technology for History (WITH) reception, 1997

43C 207

Program, Detroit, 1999

56B 208

Programs, Munich, 2000

56B 209

Programs, San Jose, 2001

56B 210

 Subseries 5b: Other Meetings

Box Folder

History of Science Society, 1965-1978

44 1

Oklahoma Symposium, 1969

44 2

Conference on "Critical Issues in the History of Technology", 1975-1978

44 3

Critical Issues, 1976-1978

44 4

Critical Issues Responses, 1977-1978

44 5

Critical Issues Location, 1977-1978

44 6

Critical Issues Planning, 1977-1978

44 7

Invitations to Speak, 1977-1978

44 8-9

Cyril Smith Symposium, 1977-1979

45 10

Meeting, 1972-1978

45 11

Bicentennial Book, 1975-1977

45 12

SHOT-Edison, 1979

45 13

SHOT-Ann Arbor, 1982

45 14

Program, Technology and Culture Forum, inaugural meeting, 1998 December 2

56B 5

 Series 6: Secretary's Membership Records, 1958-1984

The series consists of reports and correspondence to and from officers and members of SHOT. The materials are arranged chronologically. Included are inquiries from prospective members, responses by SHOT Secretary, statistics of membership, questionnaires, and invitations to join SHOT.

Box Folder

Inquiries answered, 1958

46 1

Invitations to membership, 1958-1959

46 2-3

Membership, 1959

46 4

Invitations to membership, 1959-1960

46 5

Membership Lists, 1959-1960

46 6

Membership Lists, 1959-1961

46 7

Inquiries, 1960, 1960

46 8

Invitations A-G, 1960-1961

46 9

Invitations H-O, 1960-1961

46 10

Invitations N-Z, 1960-1961

46 11

Membership applications, 1960-1967

46 12

Members, 1960-1962

46 13

Inquiries answered, 1961

46 14

Membership committee, 1961-1965

46 15

Membership statistics, 1962-1964

46 16

Regional affiliates, 1969

46 17

SHOT directory, 1969

46 18

Membership, 1973-1974

46 19

SHOT questionnaire, 1977-1979

46 20

Membership, 1977-1980

46 21

Membership questionnaire, 1982-1983

46 22

Membership guide, 1984

46 23

Lundy Biggs secretary records, 1989-1996

46A 24-28

Membership directory, 1994

46A 29

 Series 7: Newsletter, 1958-1997

The series contains the SHOT newsletter and records of its publication. The materials are arranged chronologically for 1977-1989. Materials for the years preceding 1977 include the actual newsletters for 1958-1964, arranged chronologically, and the rough draft of the 1960 newsletter. Series 9 contains additional copies of the SHOT newsletter.

Box Folder

SHOT Newsletter, 1958-1964

47 1

Newsletter draft text, 1960

47 2

Correspondence regarding joint newsletter, 1976-1977

47 3

Correspondence regarding newsletter, 1976-1985

47 4-5

Newsletters, #1-3, 1977-1978

47 6

Newsletters, #4-6, 1978

47 7-9

Newsletters, #7-8, 1979

48 10-11

Newsletters, #9-12, 1980

48 12-15

Newsletters, #13, 1981

48 16

Newsletters, #14-16, 1981

49 17-16

Newsletters, #17-19, 1982

49 20-22

Newsletters, #20-22, 1983

49 23-25

Newsletters, #23-26, 1984

50 26-29

Newsletters, #27-28, 1985

50 30-31

Newsletters, #29-30, 1985

51 32-33

Newsletters, #31-32, 1986

51 34-35

Newsletters, #33-34, 1986

52 36-37

Newsletters, #35, 1987

52 38

Newsletters, #36-37, 1987

53 39-40

Newsletters, #38, 1988

53 41

Newsletters, #39-41, 1988

54 42-44

Newsletters, #42, 1988

55 45-46

Newsletters, #43, 1989

55 47

Newsletters, #51, 1991

55 48

Newsletters, #55, 1992

55 49

Newsletters, #59, 1993

55 50

Newsletter #60, 1994-1997

56 51

Newsletters, master file, 1984-1995

56A 52

Newsletters, 1996 January-1999 October

56A 53

Newsletters, 2000 January-2001 October

56A 54

Newsletters,  1989 March-1995 October

56A 55-56

 Series 8: Publication of monographs, 1961-1984

This series contains correspondence and committee meeting minutes relating to editorial review, printing problems and royalties. These are arranged by subject.

Box Folder

Monograph Editorial Committee, 1961

57 1

Possible monographs, 1961-1965

57 2

Publicity, 1962

57 3

Contracts, 1963-1980

57 4

Monograph, MIT Press, 1964-1981

57 5

Hills, R.L., 1965

57 6

Hollingsworth letters, 1966-1969

57 7

Monograph orders, 1966-1973

57 8

Piaskowski, Jerzy, Damascus Steel, 1967-1970

57 9

Artz monograph orders, 1967-1971

57 10

Dibner monograph, 1967-1980

57 11

Smith monograph orders, 1968-1970

57 12

Ferguson monograph orders, 1968-1974

57 13

Current bibliography, cumulation, monograph section, 1968-1976

58 14

Hollingworth letters monograph orders, 1969-1970

58 15

Crosland Monograph Orders, 1969-1971

58 16

List of monographs, 1969-1977

58 17

Monograph correspondence, 1970-1980

58 18

Gorr, Louis F., correspondence, 1971

58 19

Negotiations with MIT Press, 1975-1980

58 20

Monograph editorial committee, 1977

58 21

Lankton monograph, 1977

58 22

Sloane foundation grant, 1982

58 23

Monograph committee, 1982-1984

58 24

 Series 9: Professional relations with other organizations, 1964-1988

This series consists of materials documenting SHOT's numerous official contacts with other professional societies, including joint meetings, correspondence, and minutes. These records are arranged chronologically. Papers relating to the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Council of Learned Societies are grouped separately.

 Subseries 9a: American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1966-1985

Box Folder

Vice-Presidential address (Kranzberg), 1966

59 1

American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1968-1979

59 2

American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), Liaison, 1977-1978

59 3

American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1979

59 4

American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1984

59 5

SHOT-American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS) Relations, 1984-1986

59 6

American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS)-SHOT, 1985

59 7

American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS)/Handicapped in Science Project, 1985

59 8

 Subseries 9b: American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), 1973-1985

Box Folder

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), Secretaries, 1973-1974

60 1

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), Travel Grant, 1973-1974

60 2

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), Reports, 1973-1976

60 3

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), 1974

60 4

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), 1974-1983

60 5

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), 1975

60 6

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), SHOT, 1983-1984

60 7

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), 1984

60 8

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), SHOT, 1984

60 9

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), SHOT, 1984-1985

60 10

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), SHOT, 1985

60 11-12

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), SHOT, 1986

60 13-14

 Subseries 9c: Other Professional Affiliations, 1968-1988

Box Folder

American Economic Association Program, 1968

62 1

SHOT-American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1969

62 2

SHOT-American Historical Association Program

62 3

American Historical Association (AHA), program, 1971

62 4

SHOT Correspondence, Newcomen Society, 1972-1974

62 5

Engineers Joint Council, 1974-1977

62 6

American Historical Association (AHA), 1974-1980

62 7

Cooperation with History of Science Society, 1975-1976

62 8

Society of Women Engineers-SHOT, 1975-1979

62 9

Critical Issues - National Science Foundation, 1975-1979

62 10

International Committee for the History of Technology, 1975-1984

62 11

History of Science Society, SHOT, 1976

62 12

Section VIII, Flow of Sci-Technology Information, 1977

62 13

Liaison with various groups, 1979

62 14

National Coordinating Committee, 1979-1982

62 15

SHOT-National Coordinating Committee (NCC), 1982-1985

62 16

SHOT, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), 1983

62 18

SHOT-American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), 1982-1987

62 17

SHOT-Consortium of Social Science Associations, 1983-1988

62 19

American Society for Engineering Education, Krammers, 1984

62 20

SHOT Other Programs, 1984

62 21

Organization of American Historians-SHOT, 1984

62 22

National Inventors Hall of Fame, 1984

63 23

COSSA-SHOT, 1984

63 24

American Studies Association, 1984

63 25

National Humanities Alliance-SHOT, 1984

63 26

National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History-SHOT, 1984

63 27

American Historical Association (AHA), SHOT, 1984

63 28

American Historical Association (AHA), SHOT, 1984-1987

63 29

SHOT-COSSA, 1985

63 30

SHOT-Triangle Coalition, 1985

63 31

SHOT-U.S. National Committee, 1985

63 32

American Historical Association (AHA), SHOT, 1985

63 33

National Endowment for the Humanities, 1985

63 34

American Association of University Professors, 1985

64 35

SHOT-International U.S. National Committee/ International Committee of the History and Philosophy of Science, 1985-1986

64 36

SHOT, International U.S. National Committee/ International Committee of the History and Philosophy of Science, 1985-1987

64 37

SHOT, International U.S. National Committee/ International Committee of the History and Philosophy of Science, 1986

64 38

American Historical Association (AHA), SHOT, 1986

64 39

National Council of Patent Law Associations, 1971-1977

64 40

 Series 10: Officers Files, 1958-2009

This series contains materials submitted periodically by former officers of SHOT, beginning in the mid-1980s. Included are documents relating to their administrative functions, as well as their correspondence conducted while in office. Received material which obviously fits into the body of the collections has been so incorporated, in the order of their donation.

 Subseries 10a: John B. Rae Files, 1958-1988

Subseries 10a, John B. Rae Papers, 1958-1988 (Box 65) consists of materials from Rae, a founder of SHOT. Rae subsequently served in a number of official positions, including president of SHOT. This material includes Rae's personal files of SHOT's newsletter and the Society's journal,  Technology and Culture, financial records, minutes, and awards given by SHOT, as well as correspondence to and from Rae regarding SHOT.

Box Folder

SHOT Annual Meetings

65 1

SHOT Correspondence

65 2

SHOT Committees

65 3

SHOT Technology and Culture and Newsletters

65 4

SHOT financial reports

65 5

SHOT awards

65 6

 Subseries 10b: Bruce Seely Files, 1984-1996

Subseries 10b, Bruce Seely Papers, 1984-1995 contains materials From Seely during the period he served as a SHOT officer, these papers include correspondence, meeting reports, newsletters (of SHOT and other professional organizations) and financial records.

Box

American Council of Learned Societies

66

American Council of Learned Societies, National Academy of Engineering

67

American Council of Learned Societies, American Historical Association, NACME

68

American Council of Learned Societies

69

American Council of Learned Societies, audits, 1994

70

National Endowment for the Humanities (publications)

71

National Humanities Alliance, editorial search

72

National Science Foundation, international meetings

73

Miscellaneous

74

Meeting reports, correspondence

75

Meeting reports, annual reports

76

Sweden meetings, other meetings

77

Correspondence

78

Correspondence

79

Correspondence, queries

80

Projects

81

SHOT taxes, expenses, editorial

82

SHOT, editor, secretary searches; constitutional review; committees

83

SHOT relations with other societies

84

SHOT newsletters

85

COSSA newsletters, other organizations' newsletters

86

Newsletters of other organizations

87

SHOT correspondence, early papers; floppy computer disks

88

Travel Reports

89

Travel Reports

90

 Subseries 10c: Alex Roland Files (President), 1986-1996

Subseries 10c, Alex Roland Papers, 1986-1996 contains documentation about Roland and the offices he held within SHOT, including secretary, vice president, and president. These papers include SHOT accounting records, correspondence related to fund-raising and reports on SHOT committee and general membership meetings as well as on other meetings, both domestic and foreign. Papers relating to  Technology and Culture editorial and business matters are also included.

Box Folder

Checking Accounts; bills and receipts

91 1

Mailing Permit

91 2

SHOT secretaryship

91 3

SHOT National Science Foundation meeting

91 4

SHOT meeting

91 5

SHOT meeting, Washington DC

91 6

SHOT annual meeting

91 7

SHOT meeting

91 8

SHOT executive committee meeting

91 9

SHOT executive committee meeting

91 10

SHOT executive committee meeting

92 11

SHOT

92 12-16

SHOT

93 17

London

93 18

National Science Foundation, traveling scholars

93 19

SHOT committee assignments

93 20

SHOT education project

93 21

SHOT long-range plan

93 22

Dibner grant

93 23-24

David Dibner

93 25

Zaragoza

93 26-28

Technology and Culture contract

94 30

Technology and Culture editor

94 29

Technology and Culture

94 31

SHOT fund-raising

94 32

Dearborn

95 33

Auburn

95 34

USNC

95 35

SHOT educational project

95 36

American Council of Learned Societies, Wye Woods

96 37

American Council of Learned Societies, meeting

96 38

Special Interest Groups funding

96 39

 Subseries 10d: Russell I. Fries Files, 1991-1993

Subseries 10d, Russell I. Fries Papers, 1991-1993 contains SHOT financial records, tax statements, annual reports, and investment records. Fries served as SHOT treasurer.

Box Folder

SHOT correspondence

97 1

SHOT statements

97 2

SHOT, National Science Foundation, grant

97 3

Deposits

98 1

Deposits (records from Russell Fries, Key Bank)

98 2

Invoices and payments (records from Russell Fries and Key Bank)

98 3

Invoices and payments

98 4

Key Bank statements

98 5

Houghton account statements

98 6

Paine-Webber statements

98 7

Home Savings statements

98 8

Tax income statements

98 9

Tax return and correspondence

98 10

Audited financial statements and A133

98 11

General ledger

98 12

SHOT annual report

98 13

SHOT correspondence

98 14

SHOT board/executive council minutes

99 1

SHOT-HAER agreement

99 2

SHOT investment policy

99 3

SHOT results

99 4

SHOT audit and tax returns

99 5

SHOT checking

99 6

SHOT treasurer's forms

99 7

SHOT, Paine-Webber

99 8

SHOT bills and receipts

99 9

Treasurer's correspondence

99 10

Executive board and board meetings

99 11

SHOT editorial search committee

99 12

Executive Council

99 13

 Subseries 10e: James C. Williams Files (Treasurer), 1993-1998

Subseries 10e, James C. Williams Papers, 1993-1998 consists of budget documents, general ledger, investment records, bank statements, and treasurer's correspondence. Williams served as SHOT treasurer.

Box Folder

Deposits

100 1

Invoices and payments

100 2

Home Savings statements

100 3

Houghton statements

100 4

Paine-Webber statements

100 5

Vanguard Fund statements

100 6

Tax statements

100 7

General ledger

100 8

Budget and mid-year report

100 9

National Science Foundation, quarterly reports (for education grant)

100 10

Annual report

100 11

Mercurians correspondence

100 12

Contracts for service

100 13

Invoices and payments

100 14

Mercurians report and matching funds request

100 15

BTCEIG report and request for matching funds

100 16

Executive council meeting

100 17

Executive council meeting

100 18

SHOT chart of accounts

101 1

Vanguard Fund statements

101 2

Budget documents

101 3

Treasurer's correspondence

101 4

Deposits

101 5

Annual report/audit

101 7

Home Savings checking statements

101 7

Paine-Webber statements

101 8

Home Savings statements, CDs and other accounting statements

101 9

Tax stubs and 1099 forms

101 10

Executive secretary's bank account statements

101 11

Policies

101 12

Council meeting, London

101 13

Technology and Culture, correspondence and reports

101 14

Mercurians, Special Interest Groups

101 15

BTCEIG, Special Interest Groups

101 16

Annual report and audit

101 17

Treasurer's correspondence

101 18

Treasurer's report

101 19

Home Savings checking statements

101 20

Technology and Culture

101 21

National Science Foundation, travel grants and committees

102 1

Vanguard Fund 02 statements

102 2

Vanguard Fund European index

102 3

Vanguard Fund, Pacific index fund

102 4

Home Savings CDs and other account statements

102 5

Paine-Webber statements

102 6

Tax stubs, and 1099s

102 7

Executive secretary's bank statements

102 8

Deposits

102 9

Invoices and payments

102 10

Royalty reports

102 11

Council meetings

102 12

Executive Council Meeting

102 13

Executive secretary's bank statements

103 1

Home Savings CDs and other accounts

103 2

Paine-Webber statements

103 3

National Science Foundation, travel and young scholars grants

103 4

Invoices/payments

103 5

Home Savings check statements

103 6

Deposits

103 7

Royalty reports

103 8

Treasurer's correspondence

103 9

Budget documents

103 10

Women in the History of Technology (WITH), Special Interest Group

103 11

Mercurians, Special Interest Group

103 12

Vanguard Fund 02

103 13

Vanguard Fund 79 (European)

103 14

Vanguard Fund 72 (Pacific)

103 15

Vanguard Fund

103 16

SHOT audit

103 17

2 Overhead revisions, 1990

104 2

 Subseries 10f: Susan Smulyan Files, 1986-1994

Subseries 10f, Susan Smulyan Contribution, 1986-1994 consists of materials that document "Whole Cloth: Discovering Science and Technology through American Textile History," a curricular unit which traces the history of textiles. The materials document all phases of the project, particularly the financial aspects. Smulyan, Associate Professor at Brown University, was one of the project directors for SHOT's 1987 joint curriculum development project with the Smithsonian's Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation. Utilizing an NSF grant, the project, "Whole Cloth: Discovering Science and Technology through American Textile History," traces the history of textiles.

Box Folder

SHOT training materials, 1990

104 1-2

Budget reports, 1990

104 3

Check register, 1990-1991

104 4

Categories, undated

104 5

National Science Foundation, FTCR, 1991

104 6

Agendas, monthly meetings, 1990

104 7

Form 3881, undated

104 8

1991 year end taxes, forms, 1991

104 9

Year-end tax forms, Rhode Island, 1991

104 10

Rhode Island, unemployment tax, 1991

104 11

Rhode Island, property tax exemption, 1991

104 12

Rhode Island, income tax withholding, 1992

104 13

Rhode Island, hazardous waste exemption, 1991

104 14

Related articles, 1986-1990

104 15

Project description, undated

104 16

Administrative plan, 1990

104 17

Newsletter copy, 1990

104 18

Computers/software, undated

104 19

Brown -- printing, undated

104 20

Postage, undated

104 21

Fernandez, Nancy, 1991

104 22

Oja, Sharon, 1991

104 23

Kocks, Dorothea, 1991-1992

104 24

Pursell, Carroll, 1991

104 25

Sinclair -- pay, 1991

104 26

Seely, Bruce -- pay, 1991

104 27

Smulyan, Susan -- pay, 1991

104 28

Mohanty, Gail -- 1 year pay, 1991

104 29

Mohanty, Gail -- expense, 1991

104 30

Conference -- potential sites, undated

104 31

Cleveland, 1990

104 32

February conference, 1991

104 33

January 26 meeting, 1991

104 34

April 19 meeting, 1991

104 35

June 1 meeting, 1991

104 36

Audit report, final, 1991 March 31

105 37

Audit report, final, 1991 May 31

105 38

Other government correspondence, 1991

105 39

Quarterly taxes, 1991 March 31

105 40

Simpson, Phoebe, year one, 1991

105 41

Corwin, Michael, year one, undated

105 42

Rhode Island, year-end income tax, 1990

105 43

Year-end FUTA, 1990

105 44

Year-end tax forms, Federal, 1990

105 45

Tax coupons, Federal, undated

105 46

Year-end tables, 1991

105 47

Final tax forms, 1991

105 48

Finished tax forms, 1990

105 49

Year-end tax notes, 1992

105 50

Year-end preparation notes, undated

105 51

Advisory board, 1990

105 52

General correspondence NSF, 1990

105 53

Geary, 1989-1991

105 54

Hall, Virginia, 1991

105 55

Maffey, Good, 1989-1991

105 56

Teachers, 1991

105 57

Letters of commitment, 1991-1992

105 58

SHOT, 1990-1991

105 59

MATH, 1990

105 60

Mohanty, Gail, 1990-1991

105 61

Melish, Jeanne, undated

105 62

General conditions -- grant, undated

105 63

Award letter, 1990

105 64

Evaluation, 1991

105 65

Slater Mill subcontract, 1991

105 66

Proof of non-profit status, 1990

105 67

SHOT by-laws, 1978-1986

105 68

SHOT charter, 1958

105 69

SHOT newsletters, 1990

105 70

Citizen Bank statements, 1990-1991

105 71

Sarah Shohet, pay, 1990-1991

105 72

Wilcha, Jennifer, 1991

105 73

Levy, David, 1990

105 74

Budget estimates, undated

106 75

Brown conference bills: housing and food, undated

106 76

Workshop process notes, undated

106 77

Information, undated

106 78

Travel forms, undated

106 79

Brown summer housing, undated

106 80

Sinclair, housing, undated

106 81

Budget estimates

106 75

Brown conference bills: housing and food

106 76

Workshop process notes

106 77

Information, 1992

106 78

Travel forms, 1992

106 79

Brown summer housing, 1992

106 80

Sinclair, Bruce housing, 1992

106 81

Job applications

106 82

Students, clerical applications

106 83

Amazon Vinegar & Pickling Works, drygoods

106 84

American Fiber Manufacturers Association

106 85

Artistic Greetings

106 86

Bay Queen Cruises

106 87

Hammerle, Brooke

106 88

Bronson, Bernice

106 89

Carrico, Mark

106 90

Carolina Mills, Inc.

106 91

C. C. Ledbetter B&B

106 92

Clemes & Clemes Spinning Supplies

106 93

Colorlab

106 94

Dorrwar Bookstore

106 95

Flightline, Inc.

106 96

Globe Printing Company

106 97

Gallimaterics

106 98

Gruczka, Thad

106 99

Hagley Museum Store

106 100

Huenfeld Company

106 101

Intuit

106 102

Isaac Peck House

106 103

Jenkins, Robert

106 104

Kinko

106 105

Kolb, Clifford

106 106

Lazarus, Neil

106 107

Maffey, Good

106 108

Mannings Creative Crafts

106 109

Manny Point

106 110

MATH

106 111

Meeting Street Cafe

106 112

Monteiro

106 113

Mount Diablo

106 114

NSTA

106 115

Old Court

106 116

Osgood Hill Conference

106 117

Pastiche

106 118

Rhode Island, Graphics & Screen Printing

106 119

Rhode Island Historical Society

106 120

Roberts Video Publishing

106 121

Rush Computer Rentals

106 122

School Market Research Institute

106 123

SHOT Conference

106 124

SIRS, Inc.

106 125

Slater Mills invoices

106 126

Sprint conference line

106 127

Staples

106 128

Superintendent of Documents

106 129

Twombley

106 130

UMI

106 131

U.S. Postal Service

106 132

United Parcel Service

106 133

University Heights, Summer 1992

107 134

University Microfilm International, 1991

107 135

UFT/Labor History circulation, 1992

107 136

Visa invoices, 1991-1992

107 137

White Horse Inn, 1991

107 138

Wood, Barbara, 1991

107 139

ZPG: Earth Matters, 1992

107 140

Evaluation, teachers, 1990-1991

107 141

Recruiting, to individual teachers, 1990

107 142

National Science Foundation inquiries, contributors research, 1989-1990

107 143

SHOT participants, 1990

107 144

Response to new applicants

107 145

Consultants, 1990

107 146

Recruiting--dead ends, 1990

107 147

Recruiting--ask for list of teachers, 1990

107 148

National Science Foundation, annual report, 1991

107 149

Audit year 2, 1992-1994

107 150

Charles River subcontract, 1989-1991

107 151

Year I and Year II, 1990-1991

107 152

Year II, 1990-1991

107 153

Budget reports, 1990-1992

107 154

Budget estimates for requests to National Science Foundation, 1990-1992

107 155

Audit and other government, 1990-1992

107 156

Award letters, 1988-1990

107 157

Grant, 1988-1990

107 158

Citizen Bank statements, 1991

108 159

Brown University, invoices re subcontract, 1991-1992

108 160

Brown subcontract, 1992

108 161

Brown University subcontract file, 1990-1992

108 162

American Civilization, Brown University, 5-digit account, 1990-1992

108 163

Financial advisory meeting, 1992 October 23

108 164

Quarter taxes, 1991 September 30

108 165

Final tax forms, 1991

108 166

Quarterly taxes, 1991 December 31

108 167

Quarterly taxes, 1992 March 31

108 168

Quarterly taxes, 1992 June 30

108 169

Quarterly taxes, 1991 June 30

108 170

270s submitted to National Science Foundation, 1989-1992

108 171

Slater FCTRs, 1990-1991

108 172

Federal Cash Transaction Report forms to National Science Foundation, Year II, 1991-1992

108 173

Federal Cash Transaction Report (quarterly reports), 1990-1991

108 174

Citizens Bank, 1991

108 175

Participants' pay rates, 1991

108 176

Corwin, Michael, 1991-1992

108 177

Anderson, Thom, 1991-1992

108 178

Ethridge, Mark, 1991-1992

108 179

Gerhard, Jane, 1991-1992

108 180

Gross, Laurence, 1990-1993

108 181

Franz, Kathy, 1991-1992

108 182

Hudson, Paul, 1991

108 183

Hardin, Amy, 1991

108 184

Goldstein, Carolyn, 1991-1992

108 185

Hughes, Mike, 1991

108 186

Kocks, Dorothea, 1991-1992

108 187

Lubar, Steve, 1991-1992

108 188

Malone, Pat, 1991-1992

109 189

McClain, Marilyn, 1991-1992

109 190

Melish, Joanne, 1991

109 191

Mohanty, Gail, 1991-1992

109 192

Malley, Marjorie, 1991

109 193

McQueen, Richard, 1991-1992

109 194

Rahr, Bill, 1991-1992

109 195

Fries, Russell, 1991

109 196

Rosenberg, Bob, 1991-1993

109 197

Rosenberg, Diane, 1991-1992

109 198

Simpson, Phoebe, 1991-1992

109 199

Sinclair, Bruce, 1991-1992

109 200

Smith, M. Roe, 1991

109 201

Smulyan, Susan, 1990-1993

109 202

Stauffacher, Alan, 1991-1992

109 203

Travis, Anthony, 1991

109 204

Weiss, Julie, 1991

109 205

Smulyan, Susan, 1991-1992

109 206

Anderson, Thomas, 1991-1992

109 207

Corwin, Mike, 1991

109 208

Dawson, Virginia, 1992

109 209

Etheridge, Mark, 1991-1992

109 210

Franz, Kathy, 1991-1992

109 211

Fries, Russell, 1991

109 212

Gerhard, Jane, 1991-1992

109 213

Goldstein, Caroline, 1991-1992

109 214

Gross, Laurence, 1990-1991

109 215

Hughes, Mike, 1991-1992

109 216

Kocks, Dorothea, 1990-1991

109 217

Kosty, Carlita, 1991-1992

109 218

Malone, Patrick, 1991

109 219

McClain, Marilyn, 1991-1992

109 220

McQueen, Richard, 1991-1992

109 221

Melish, Joann, 1991

109 222

Lubar, Steven, 1991

110 223

Malley, Marjorie, 1991

110 224

Mohanty, Gail, 1991-1992

110 225

Norman, Sandra, 1991-1992

110 226

Pursell, Carroll, 1991-1992

110 227

Rahr, William, 1991-1992

110 228

Roland, Alex, 1992-1993

110 229

Rosenberg, Diane, 1991-1992

110 230

Rosenberg, Robert, 1991-1992

110 231

Seely, Bruce, 1991-1992

110 232

Oja, Sharon, 1991

110 233

Shohet, Sarah, 1991

110 234

Simpson, Phoebe, 1991-1992

110 235

Sinclair, Bruce, 1990-1992

110 236

Smith, M. Roe, 1991

110 237

Stauffacher, Alan, 1991-1992

110 238

Smulyan, Susan, 1991-1992

110 239

Summer assistants, 1992

110 240

Year 3 Audit (Quicken 6), 1992 July 1-1993 June 30

110 241

Brown University audit

110 242

Citizen Bank statements

110 243

270s submitted to National Science Foundation

110 244

Federal Cash Transactions Report, Year 3

110 245

Quarterly taxes, 1993 June 30

110 246

Quarterly taxes, 1992 December 31

110 247

Quarterly taxes, 1992 September 30

110 248

Quarterly taxes, 1993 March 31

110 249

End of year tax, 1992

110 250

Federal tax deposits, monthly, 1993

110 251

Budget reports, year 3

111 252

Supplemental National Science Foundation grant, 1993

111 253

Stone House Inn, 1993 June 22

111 254

Jekyll Island, 1993 February 18-23

111 255

TCSS/NESS convention, 1993 November

111 256

Organization of American Historians, 1993 April 15-18

111 257

Pay, Year 3, Cooper, Gail, 1993

111 258

Corwin, Mike

111 259

Gerhard, Jane, 1992-1993

111 260

Goldstein, Caroline

111 261

Hart, William

111 262

Kosty, Carlita, 1991-1992

111 263

Levy, David

111 264

Lubar, Steven

111 265

Mohanty, Gail, 1992-1993

111 266

Murphy, Teresa

111 267

Nerozzi, Andrea

111 268

Norman, Sandra, 1991-1993

111 269

Simpson, Phoebe, 1992-1993

111 270

Sinclair, Bruce, 1992-1993

111 271

Smulyan, Susan, 1992-1993

111 272

Steen, Kathryn

111 273

Cowan, Ruth, 1992

111 274

Kosty, Carlita, 1993

111 275

Mohanty, Gail, 1992-1993

111 276

Sinclair, Bruce, 1993

111 277

Smulyan, Susan, 1992-1993

111 278

Stauffacher, Alan, 1993

111 279

Brown subcontract invoices, 1991-1993

111 280

Kinko, 1992-1993

112 281

Maffey, Good, 1992-1993

112 282

Thomas, Selma (video), 1991-1993

112 283

Staples -- invoices, 1992-1993

112 284

The Network, 1992-1993

112 285

Wrap and pack invoices, 1992-1993

112 286

Citizens Bank, 1992-1993

112 287

SHOT-National Science Foundation, yearly drafts, 1987-1988

112 288

SHOT-National Science Foundation, old letters, budgets, 1988-1989

112 289

National Science Foundation, SHOT research: Susan Smulyan's notes, 1989-1990

112 290

Other accounting firms, 1989

112 291

Old copies--grant proposal, 1989-1990

112 292

Budget, 1989

112 293

 Subseries 10g: Ruth Schwartz Cowan Files (Vice President and President), 1991-1994

Box Folder

Shot, National Science Foundation grant, 1991-1993

113C 1

SHOT prizes, 1992-1993

113C 2

SHOT Junior travel fund, 1991-1994

113C 3

Committee appointments, 1993

113C 4

Technology and Culture, editor, 1993-1994

113C 5

Technology and Culture, expenses, 1991-1994

113C 6

Standing committees, 1991-1995

113C 7

Executive council minutes, 1991-1992

113C 8

Treasurer, 1989-1993

113C 9

Uppsala, Sweden meeting, 1992

113C 10

Washington, D.C. meeting, 1993

113C 11

Electronic publishing, 1993-1994

113C 12

International relations, 1991

113C 13

International scholars, 1991-1993

113C 14

ICOTECH, 1991-1994

113C 15

Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS)/Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), 1992-1993

113C 16

Special interest groups, 1991-1993

113C 17

Ideas, 1991-1994

113C 18

 Subseries 10h: Molly Berger Files, 1976-2001

Box Folder

Women in Technological History (WITH) officers list, 1976-1996, 1976-1996

113 1

Women in Technological History (WITH) annual report, 1989-1990, 1989-1990

113 2

Women in Technological History (WITH), membership form, undated

113 3

Women in Technological History (WITH), membership lists, 1989-1990 and undated

113 4

Women in Technological History (WITH), newsletter, 1976-1978

113 5

Women in Technological History (WITH), newsletter, 1980-1984

113 6

Women in Technological History (WITH), newsletter, 1985-1988

113 7

Women in Technological History (WITH), newsletter, 1994 July

113 8

Women in Technological History (WITH), newsletter, 1992-2000

113 9

Women in Technological History (WITH), Twenty-First Anniversary (guest book), 1997 October 17

113 10

Special policy for special interest groups (SIGs), undated

113 11

Correspondence, 1989-2001 and undated

113 12

 Subseries 10i: William Leslie Files (Secretary), 1989-2003

Box Folder

Executive Council, 1994-1995

113 13

Correspondence, 1994

113 14

Correspondence, 1995

113 15

Correspondence (miscellaneous), 1995

113

Correspondence, 1996 January-1996 April

113 17

Correspondence, 1996 May-1996 December

113 18

Correspondence, 1997 January-1997 May

113 19

CorrespondenceRestricted, 1997 July-1997 December

113 20

Correspondence, 1998

113 21

Officers' email, 1994 November

113 22

Officers' email, 1995 January-1995 February

113 23

Officers' email, 1995 May-1995 July

113 24

Officers' email, 1995 August

113 25

Officers' email, 1995 September

113 26

Officers' email, 1995 October

113 27

Officers' email, 1995 November

113 28

Officers' email, 1995 December

113 29

Officers' email,  1995 November-January 1996

113 30

Officers' email, 1996 January

114 1

Officers' email, 1996 November

114 2

Officers' email, 1996 December

114 3

American Council for Learned Societies, 1995

114 4

American Council for Learned Societies, 1996

114 5

American Council for Learned Societies, annual report, 1988-1994

114 6

American Council for Learned Societies, Directory of constituent societies, 1995-1996

114 7

American Council for Learned Societies, fellowships in the humanities, 1995

114 8

American Council for Learned Societies, meeting, 1995 April

114 9-10

American Council for Learned Societies, meeting, 1995

114 11

American Council for Learned Societies, newsletters, 1992, 1994

114 12

American Council for Learned Societies, travel grants, 1994-1996

114 13

American Historical Association, pamphlet series, 2000

114 14

Association Travel Concepts, 1996-1998

114 15-16

Awards Committee, 1995-1996

114 17

Dibner Award-Climate, The Experiment with the Earth, 2003

114 18

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, 2003

114 19

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (annex 1), 2003

114 20

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (annex 2), 2003

114 21

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (annex 3), 2003

114 22

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (annex 4), 2003

114 23

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (annex 5-9), 2003

115 1

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (annex 10), 2003

115 2

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (annex 11), 2003

115 3

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (sample photographs), 2003

115 4

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (book), 2003

115 5

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (book), 2003

115 6

Dibner Award-Engenho e Obra, Engineering in Portugual in the Twentieth Century, (CD-ROM), 2003

115 7

Dibner Award-Enterprising Women, 2002

115 8-10

Dibner Award-Humanoid Robot Chronicles, 2002

115 11

Dibner Award-Humanoid Robot Chronicles, (video), 2002

115 12

Dibner Award-Humanoid Robot Chronicles, (drawings), 2002

115 13

Dibner Award-Indian Heritage in Science and Technology, 2003

115 14

Dibner Award-Mind and Hand, 2002

115 15

Dibner Award-Show of Force, 2001

115 16

Dibner Award-United States Mint, undated

116 1

Form Letters (samples), undated

116 2

Invention at Play, video, 2002

116 3

Invention at Play educators manual, 2002

116 4

Invention at Play, remedial evaluation, 2002 October

116 5

Invention at Play, exhibit review, undated

116 6

Invention at Play, results from interview study, 1999

116 7

Invention at Play, Dibner Award for Excellence in Museum Exhibits, 2003

116 8

Local Arrangements Committee, 1989

116 9

Meeting, Baltimore, 1998

116 10-11

Meeting, Detroit, 1999

116 12

Meeting planning, general, undated

116 13-14

National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History, 1997

116 15

Organization of American Historians (data sources for the humanities), 1994

116 16

Travel requests, 1994

116 17

University of Minnesota tenure code, 1996

116 18

 Subseries 10j: Terry Reynolds Files, 1993-2002

Box Folder

Acknowledgement letters (donations)

117 1

Annals of Science

117 2

American Association for the Advancement for Science

117 3

American Council of Learned Societies

117 4

American Historical Association (pamphlet)

117 5

Anthologies

117 6

Articles of Incorporation (reinstatement)

117 7

Boeing Archives

117 8

Brochure

117 9

Budget

117 10

Chemical Heritage Foundation

117 11

Committees

117 12

Consortium for the History and Heritage of Engineering

117 13

Constitutional Review Committee

117 14

DaVinci Prize

117 15

DaVinci Medal

117 16

Development Committee

117 17

Dexter Committee, undated

117 18

Dexter Prize, undated

117 19

Dibner Fund

117 20

Dibner Award

117 21

Dibner Prize

117 22

Education and Outreach Committee

117 23

Environmental History Association

117 24

Editorial Committee

117 25

Executive Council

117 26-27

Executive Council Meeting (minutes)

117 28

Expertise directory

117 29

Fast Forward Science, Technology and the Communication Revolution

117 30

Finance Committee

117 31

Fund Raising

117 32

Hacker Prize

117 33

Hindle Post Doctoral Fellowship

117 34

Historical Studies Distribution Network

117 35

History News Service

117 36

Ideas for initiatives

117 37

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, History Committee

117 38

Insurance

117 39

International Scholars Committee

117 40

International Union of History and Philosophy of Science

117 41

Johns Hopkins Press

117 42

Kranzberg Fund

117 43

Lecture (annual)

117 44

Levinson Prize

117 45

Meetings-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

117 46

Meetings-Detroit, Michigan

117 47

Meetings--Silicon Valley, California (planning)

117 48

Meetings-Munich, Germany

117 49

Meetings-location proposal for 2004 meeting

117 50

Meeting and planning survey

117 51

National Air and Space Museum Trophy

117 52

National Endowment for the Humanities

117 53

National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage

117 54

Newsletter

117 55

Nominations Committee

117 56

Nominations/Elections Reform Committee

117 57

Presidential Address

117 58

Program Committee (concerns)

117 59

Secretarial concerns

118 1

Secretarial office operations

118 2

Secretary's Report

118 3

Secretary search

118 4

Sites Committee

118 5

Speaker's Bureau

118 6

Special Interest Groups (SIG)

118 7

Strategic planning

118 8

Technology and Culture Forum

118 9

Technology and Culture (sponsorship and arrangments)

118 10

Technology and Culture (editorship)

118 11

Technology and Culture (editors report)

118 12

Technology and Culture (index)

118 13

Technology and Culture (Johnson proposal)

118 14

Transition documents

118 15

Travel Grants Commitee

118 16

Treasurer's Report

118 17

Treasurer's Report

118 18

Treasurer's Report

118 19

Treasurer's Report

118 20

Treasurer's Search

118 21

University of Chicago Press

118 22

Web site

118 23

Whole Cloth Project (Susan Smulyan)

118 24

 Subseries 10k: Joyce Bedi Files, 1984-2009

Joyce Bedi's SHOT service record includes: Sally Hacker Prize Committee, 2003-2005; chair, 2004; Advisory Council, 1990–1995; Chair, Selection Committee, Dibner Award for Excellence in Exhibits of the History of Technology and Culture, 1987–1992;Chair, Technology Museums Special Interest Group, 1990–1993; and Editor of Artifactory, the newsletter of the Technology Museums Special Interest Group, 1984–1992.

Box Folder

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 8, No. 2, 1987 Summer

119 1

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 8, No. 3, 1987 Fall

119 2

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 9, No. 2, 1988 Summer

119 3

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 9, No. 3, 1988 Fall

119 4

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 10, No. 1, 1989 Spring

119 5

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 10, No. 2, 1989 Summer

119 6

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 11, No. 3, 1989 Fall

119 7

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 12, No. 1, 1990 Spring

119 8

Artifactory (artwork boards), Vol. 12, No. 2, 1990 Summer

119 9

Artifactory (mailing lists), 1985-1990

120 1

Artifactory (newsletters), 1984 October-1992 Fall

120 2

Dibner Award for Excellence (committee), 1985-1990

120 3

Dibner Award for Excellence (members and guidelines), 1988

120 4

Dibner Award for Excellence (committee), 1989-1992

120 5

Dibner Award for Excellence (committee), 1996-1998

120 6

Dibner Award for Excellence (Engines of Change, National Museum of American History), 1987

120 7

Dibner Award for Excellence (The Automobile in American Life, Henry Ford Museum)), 1988

120 8

Dibner Award for Excellence (Sheet Metal Craftsmanship, National Building Museum), 1988

120 9

Dibner Award for Excellence (Motorola Museum of Electronics), 1992

120 10

Dibner Award for Excellence (Milestones of a Revolution: People and Computers, Computer Museum), 1992

120 11

Dibner Award for Excellence (Tsongas Industrial History Center), 1992

120 12

Dibner Award for Excellence (Tools of Change, Outagamie Museum), 1988, 1992

120 13

Dibner Award for Excellence (Information Age, National Museum of American History), 1990

120 14

Annual meeting program (London), 1996

120 15

Annual meeting program (Baltimore), 1998

120 16

Annual meeting program (Detroit), 1999

120 17

Annual meeting program (Munich), 2000

120 18

Annual meeting program (Amsterdam), 2004

120 19

Annual meeting program (Minneapolis), 2005

120 20

Annual meeting program (Washington, D.C), 2007

120 21

Annual meeting program (Pittsburgh), 2009

120 22

Dibner Award for Excellence (Getting the Message, Association for Science, Technology Centers), 1987

120 23

Dibner Award for Excellence (Send Us a Lady Physician), 1987

120 24

Dibner Award for Excellence (Machine Age in America, 1918-1941), 1987

120 25

Dibner Award for Excellence (The Decorated Machine, Chicago Museum of Science and Industry), 1987

120 26

Dibner Award for Excellence (Designing a Nation, Science, Technology and the Constitution, American Philosophical Society), 1987

120 27

Dibner Award for Excellence (Electricity, Franklin Institute), 1987

120 28

Dibner Award for Excellence (John Fritz and the Rise of the American Iron and Steel Industry, 1822-1913, Carol Museum)), 1987

120 29

Dibner Award for Excellence (Made in Maine, Maine State Museum), 1987-1988

120 30

Dibner Award for Excellence (Polymers and People: An Informal History, Center for History of Chemistry), 1987

120 31

Dibner Award for Excellence (Waterworks, Eli Whitney Museum), 1987

120 32

Dibner Award for Excellence (Streamlining America, Henry Ford Museum), 1987

120 33

Dibner Award for Excellence (The Art that is Life: The Arts and Crafts Movement in America, 1875-1920), 1988

120 34

Dibner Award for Excellence (Factory Island and Bricks, Mortar and Hope, York Institute/Dyer Library), 1988

120 35

Dibner Award for Excellence (The Furnishing Room, Mission Hill Museum), 1988

120 36

Dibner Award for Excellence (Carriage Exhibits, Museums at Stony Brook), 1988

120 37

Dibner Award for Excellence (Fragments of Chicago's Past and Interpreting Chicago's Social and Economic Development, Art Institute of Chicago), 1988

120 38

Dibner Award for Excellence (Under The Skin: the Changing Anatomy of the American Automobile, Detroit Historical Museum), 1988

120 39

Dibner Award for Excellence (Historical Highlights of Welding, Edison Welding Institute), 1989

120 40

Dibner Award for Excellence (Lobstering and the Maine Coast, Maine Maritime Museum), 1989

120 41

Dibner Award for Excellence (Beyond the Limits: Space Enters the Computer Age, National Air and Space Museum), 1989

120 42

Dibner Award for Excellence (Revolution in Measurement, Adler Planetarium), 1990

121 1

Dibner Award for Excellence (Community Transformed: School Change in Broome County), 1990

121 2

Dibner Award for Excellence (Workers and Managers: The Crises of Control in American Manufacturing), 1990

121 3

Dibner Award for Excellence (Smoke Signals, Valentine Museum), 1990

121 4

Dibner Award for Excellence (Questionable Medical Devices, The Baaken), 1990

121 5

Dibner Award for Excellence (Rebuilding Boston: Public Works as Civic Catalysts, Boston Athenaeum), 1992

121 6

Dibner Award for Excellence (American Craftsmen and the European Tradition, 1620-1820, Carnegie Institute of Arts), 1992

121 7

Dibner Award for Excellence (Greenhouse Earth), 1992

121 8

Dibner Award for Excellence (The Bathroom, The Kitchen and the Aesthetics of Waste: A Process of Elimination), 1992

121 9

Dibner Award for Excellence (The Working People of Richmond: Life and Labor in an Industrial City, 1865-1920), 1992

121 10

 Subseries 10l: Carroll Pursell Files (President), 1965-2004

Box Folder

SHOT Newsletters, 1959-1982

195 1

SHOT Newsletters, 1983-1989

195 2

SHOT Newsletters, 1990

195 2A

SHOT Newsletters, 1991

195 2B

SHOT Newsletters, 1992-1993

195 2C

SHOT Newsletters, 1994-1995

196 17

SHOT Newsletters, 1996-1997

196 17A

SHOT Newsletters, 1998, 2000

196 18

SHOT Newsletters, 2001-2004

196 19

Correspondence, 1988

195 3

Correspondence, 1989

195 3A

Correspondence, 1990

195 3B

International Cooperation in History of Technology Committee (ICOHTEC), 1984-1988

195 4

Dexter Prize, 1985-1986

195 5

Dexter Prize, 1986

195 6

Dressden, International Cooperation in History of Technology Committee (ICOHTEC) Meeting, 1986

195 7

Awards Committee, 1987

195 8

Pelicans Directory, 1987

195 9

History of Science Society and SHOT, National Science Foundation proposal, 1988-1990

195 10

Madrid, Spain, International Cooperation in History of Technology Committee (ICOHTEC) Meeting, 1987-1989

195 11

Germany, International Cooperation in History of Technology Committee (ICOHTEC) Meeting, 1989

195 12

Sacramento, California Meeting, 1989

195 13

Cleveland, Ohio Meeting, 1990

195 14-16

Cleveland, Ohio Meeting (books), 1990

195 17

Vienna, Austria, International Cooperation in History of Technology Committee (ICOHTEC) Meeting, 1991

195 20

Treasurer's Report, 1988 June 30

195 21

Madison, Wisconsin Meeting, 1991

195 22

Correspondence, 1990

196 1

Correspondence, 1991January-1991 February

196 2

Correspondence, 1991 March-1991 April

196 3

Correspondence, 1991 May-1991 June

196 4

Correspondence, 1991 July-1991 September

196 5

Correspondence, 1991 October-1991 December

196 6

Miscellaneous( meeting reports, treasurer's report, Ad-hoc Committee on International Relations, revised budgets), 1991

196 7

A Book of Abstracts of papers presented at trhe 1992 annual meeting of the Society for the History of Technology, 1992

196 8

Correspondence, 1992 January-1992 February

196 9

Correspondence, 1992 March-1992 April

196 10

Correspondence, 1992 May-1992 June

196 11

Correspondence, 1992 July-1992 August

196 12

Correspondence, 1992 September

196 13

Correspondence, 1992 October-1992 December

196 14

Uppsala, Sweden Meeting, 1992

196 15

Correspondence, 1993

196 16

Zaragosa, Spain, International Congress of History of Science, 1993

196 20

Atlanta, Georgia Meeting (program), 2003 October

196 21

Technology & Culture (proposal by John M. Staudenmaier)

196 22

SHOT Membership Directory, 1997-1998

196 23

London, England Meeting (list of participants), 1996

196 24

Women in Technological History Newsletter (WITH), 1999-2003

196 25

International Cooperation in History of Technology Committee (ICOHTEC), 1996-1998

197 1

International Congress of the History of Science (ICOHTEC) (Liege, Belgium), 1997

197 2

International Congress of the History of Science (ICOHTEC) (travel), 1999

197 3

SHOT Meeting (Los Angeles, California), 1997

197 4

International Congress of History of Science (ICOHTEC) (Lisbon, Portugal), 1998

197 5

Women in Technological History (WITH), 1998

197 6

SHOT Meeting (Baltimore, Maryland), 1998

197 7

SHOT Meeting (Detroit, Michigan), 1999

197 8

International Congress of Histotry of Science (ICOHTEC) (Prague, Czech Republic), 2000

197 9

SHOT Meeting (Munich, Germany), 2000

197 10

SHOT Meeting (San Jose, California), 2001

197 11

SHOT Meeting programs, 1965-1979

197 12

SHOT Meeting programs, 1988-1993

197 13

SHOT Meeting programs, 1994-1997

197 14
Box item

International Congress of History of Science (ICOHTEC), General Theme: Science and Political Order Wissenschaft und Staat, 1989 August

197 1

International Congress of History of Science (ICOHTEC), Zaragoza, Spain, Book of Abstracts, Symposia, 1993 August

197 2

International Congress of History of Science (ICOHTEC), Liege, Belgium, Book of Abstracts, Symposia (2 copies), 1997 July

197 3-4

International Congress of History of Science (ICOHTEC), Dresden, Germany, Technology and Technical Sciences in History, proceedings of the symposia, 1986 August

197 5

Society for the History of Technology, Membership Directory, 1994

197 6

Guide to the history of technology in Europe 1996, 1996

197 7

 Subgroup II: Technology and Culture Records, 1958-2012

 Series 1: Organizational Records, 1958-1962

The series contains correspondence, minutes of meetings and memoranda relating to the creation of the quarterly journal, Technology and Culture and its first issue. Includes records of a membership poll to choose the journal's name. A speech by Melvin Kranzberg in 1981 entitled "Quirks and Jerks of Editing Technology and Culture" outlines the early considerations in publication and later editorial problems.

Box Folder

Technology and Culture, 1958

1 1

Naming the journal

1 2

Ballots on naming of Technology and Culture

1 3

Technology and Culture

1 4-5

Technology and Culture

1 6

Proposals for publication, 1959

1 7

 Series 2: Correspondence, 1965-1988

This series is restricted and contains articles and reviews of articles submitted to T&C for publication. This material is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. The folder dates represent the dates of all the correspondence in the folder. The older date usually represents the date when the correspondence was initiated regarding the submission of an article to  T&C. However, the latest date does not always represent correspondence regarding a submission to  T&C, since Kranzberg sometimes included general correspondence in the folders.

All articles went through a refereeing process, during which referees wrote recommendations, either for or against publication. These judges wrote their recommendations with the understanding that their identities and their evaluations would remain confidential. In order to maintain the confidentiality of all parties, this separate correspondence series and the confidential referee reviews have been restricted for thirty years from the most recent date of the correspondence. Exceptions will be made if written permission is obtained from SHOT's Editorial Board. The majority of folders contain correspondence between Kranzberg and the referees about articles, but not the articles themselves. The judges' recommendations contain a great deal of information. Some papers were revised two, three, or more times in preparation for publication and referees' reports follow each revision.

Series 2, Correspondence, 1965-1988, files are restricted for thirty years from the most recent date of the correspondence. Exceptions will be made if written permission is obtained from SHOT's editorial committee.

Abbot, Colomer

Abrahams, Harold, J.

Box Folder

Agassi, Joseph

2 3

Aitken, Hugh G. J.

2 4

Akin, William E.

2 5

Allen, Kathleen

2 6

Allen, Richard L.

2 7

Alston, Jon P.

2 8

Althin, Torsten

2 9

Alvarez, Jose, 1979

2 10

Ambrose, Stephen

2 11

Anderson, Frank J.

2 12

Andreae, Christopher

2 13

Anguizola, Gustave

2 14

Anjard, Dr. Ron

2 15

Apfelbaum, H. Jack

2 16

Arnold, Frederick

2 17

Arnold, J.C.

2 18

Asch, A.B.

2 19

Bachrach, Bernard

2 20-22

Bader, Louis

2 23

Baecker, H.D.

2 24

Bagchi, Samar K.

2 25

Balabanian

2 26

Balmer, R.T.

2 27

Bancher, K. and Hazel, J.

2 28

Banner Jee, Utpal K.

2 29

Baram, Michael S., and Ducsik, Dennis W.

2 30

Baranson, Jack, 1964

2 31

Barnhill, John

3 1

Barthell, Robert

3 2

Battison, Edwin

3 3-4

Baumrin, Bernard H.

3 5

Baumgarten, Ms.

3 6

Beaumont, Roger A.

3 6

Bedini, Silvio A.

3 8-11

Beer, John

3 12

Bellinger, Louisa

3 13

Berch, Bettina

3 14

Bereano, Philip L.

3 16-17

Berger, Michael

3 18

Bergguist, H.E.

3 19

Bernstein, Barton J.

3 20

Best, Michael R.

3 21

Bezdek, Roger H.

3 22

Biswas, Asit

3 23

Blanchard, Leslie

3 24-25

Booher, Edward

3 26

Bork, John A.

3 27

Bosch, William J.

3 28

Bowles, Edmund

3 29

Boyd, T.A.

3 30

Boyer, Marjorie N.

4 1-2

Brainerd, John G.

4 3

Bray, Francesca

4 4

Brittain, J.E.

4 5-6

Bronitsky, Gordon

4 7-8

Brownwell, Arthur B.

4 9

Brown, Roy C.

4 10

Browne, L.W.B.

4 11

Brownell, Blaine A.

4 12

Bruera, J. Carlos

4 13

Bryant, Lynwood

4 14-16

Bulferetti, Luigi

4 17

Bullough, Vern L.

4 18

Bulman, Raymond F.

4 19

Bunge, Mario

4 20

Burger, Henry

4 21-22

Burke, John

4 23

Burstin, Harold

4 24

Byrne, Edmund

4 25-26

Caggiano, Joseph

4 27

Cain, Louis P.

4 28-29

 Series 3: Book Reviews, 1969-1995

This series consists of drafts of reviews which appeared in T&C with correspondence relating to those reviews. The material is arranged chronologically according to the  T&C issue in which they appeared.

Box Folder

Book reviews, 1969-1970

24 1-7

Book reviews, 1971-1981

25 8-9

Manuscript and book review log, 1975-1976

25 20

Book reviews, 1983-1993

26 1-11

Book reviews, correspondence, 1987-1995

27 1-7

Book reviews, 1995

27A 1-4

 Series 4: Editorial Review of Articles, 1960-1993

The series consists of drafts of articles considered for publication and other editorial material. For example, exhibit reviews, communications, notes and announcements, correspondence (with authors and reviewers; the latter included comments on the draft articles) and e-mail printouts. The material is arranged alphabetically by name of author.

This series has been restricted for thirty years from the most recent date of the review. Exceptions will be made if written permission is obtained from SHOT's editorial board.

 Subseries 4a: Articles, 1960-1984

Box Folder

Berube, Richard, 1960

28 1

Konfederatov, I.Y.

28 2

Technology and Culture, editorial memos, 1960-1961

28 3

Brightfield, Myron F., 1961

28 4

Editorial committee, 1961-1965

28 5

Technology and Culture, notes and comments, 1964-1965

28 6

Editorial Review, 1964-1969

28 6A

M.I.T. Press: Sources for History of Technology, 1965-1969

28 7

Rezneck, Samuel, 1966-1970

28 8

Swenson, Lloyd, 1967-1968

28 9

Sandler, Stanley, 1967-1969

28 10

Editorial Review, 1967-1969

28 11

Notes and announcements, 1968-1969

28 12

Editorial review, 1968-1969

28 13

White, Lynn, Jr., 1968

28 14

Communications, 1968-1969

28 15

Pursell, Carrol W., Jr., 1968-1969

29 17

Leavitt, Thomas, Jr., 1968-1969

29 18

Keller, Alex, 1968-1970

29 19

Editorial review, 1968-1970

29 20

Notes and announcements, 1969

29 21

Freudenberger, Herman, 1969

29 22

Exhibit review: Industrial Textile Machinery, 1969

29 23

Mesthene Symposium, 1969

29 24

Water Technology for the Middle East, 1969

29 25

Dexter announcement, 1969

29 26

Notes and announcements, 1969

29 27

History of Technology: Imperial College, 1969

29 28

Contents, 1969

29 29

Reti, Ladislao, 1969

29 30

Editorial committee, 1969

29 31

Notes and announcements, 1969

29 32

Kahn, Arthur D., 1969-1970

29 33

Skramstad, Harold, 1969

29 34

Program and business notes, 1969-1970

30 35

Daniels Symposium, 1969-1970

30 36

Kouwenhoven, John, 1969-1970

30 37

Review Article: "City Planning and Technology", 1969-1970

30 38

Exhibits review, 1969-1970

30 39

Communications, Dorf, R.C., 1969-1970

30 40

Howland Symposium communications, 1969-1970

30 41

Exhibit Review: Hilton Great Lakes Museum, 1969-1970

30 42

Notes and announcements, 1969-1970

30 43

Conference report, Astronautics, 1970

30 44

Modern Capital Ship, 1970

30 45

Conference report, Hall & Sloan, 1970

30 46

Notes and announcements, 1970

30 47

Awards, 1970

30 48

Rosenberg, N., 1970

30 49

Smith, Cyril Stanley, 1970

30 50

Espenschied and Jackson correspondence, 1970

30 51

Davis, Robert C., exhibit review, 1970

30 52

Goodman, W.L. (communication), 1970

30 53

Strauss, Lewis L.: Water Development in Middle East, 1970

30 54

The Development Phase of Technological Change, 1973-1976

31 55

Evans, Francis, 1974-1981

31 56

Editorial committee meeting, 1975

31 57

Miller, Harry, 1975-1981

31 58

Editorial committee, 1976-1977

31 59

Nuttall, R.H., 1976-1979

31 60

Reynolds, Terry S., 1976-1979

31 61

Ray, John B., 1976-1980

31 62

Editorial orientation: J.H. White letter, 1977

32 63

Correspondence, 1977

32 64

Cartography conference report - J.H. Long, 1977

32 65

Editorial board, 1977-1978

32 66

Cardwell-Molgaard communication, 1977-1979

32 67

Brown, S.R., 1977-1979

32 68

Lienhard, John H., 1977-1979

32 69

Vincenti, Walter, 1977-1979

32 70

Fores, Michael, 1977-1979

32 71

Leslie, Stuart W., 1977-1980

32 72

Flick, Carlos, 1977-1980

32 73

Wise, George, 1977-1980

32 74

Fitchen, John F., 1977-1981

32 75

Awards, 1978

33 76

Minchinton, W.E., 1978-1979

33 77

Hoberman, L.S., 1978-1979

33 78

Hughes, T.V., 1978-1979

33 79

Weber, Wolfhard, Conference, 1978-1979

33 80

Gilfillan communication, 1978-1979

33 81

Organizational notes, 1978-1979

33 82

Bond/Ferguson communication

33 83

Bachrach, B.S.

33 84

Ponting/Malone communication, 1978-1979

33 85

Conference report: "Rise of American System of Manufacturing", 1978-1979

33 86

Kanefsky, John, 1978-1979

33 87

Hounshell, David, 1978-1980

33 88

White, J.H., 1978-1980

33 89

Bryant, John, 1978-1980

33 90

Emmerson, G.S., 1978-1980

33 91

Nevitt, B., 1978-1980

33 92

Abraham, Terry, 1978-1980

33 93

Nicholas, S.J., 1978-1980

33 94

Kapstein, E., 1978-1981

33 95

Steiner, Frances, 1978-1981

33 96

Alsop, J.D., 1978-1981

33 97

Hoddeson, L., 1978-1981

33 98

Unger, R.W., 1978-1981

33 99

Nuttall, R.H., 1978-1981

33 100

Bullough, Vern L., 1978-1981

33 101

Harrison, A.P., 1979

34 102

Fryer, D.M., and Marshall, J.C., 1979

34 103

Dorn, Harold, and Cooper, Hugh L., 1979

34 104

Feenberg, Andrew, 1979

34 105

Editorial committee, 1979

34 106

Fullmer, June, 1979-1980

34 107

Brainerd/Post communication, 1979-1980

34 108

Lewis, David, 1979-1980

34 109

Stock/Laurie, 1979-1980

34 110

Slater Mill Exhibit-Pennsylvania, 1979-1980

34 111

Channell/Lewis, 1979-1980

34 112

Announcements, 1979-1980

34 113

Schmandt-Besserat, Denise, 1979-1980

34 114

Program reports, 1979-1980

34 115

Roanoke Conference-Pursell, 1979-1980

34 116

Sivin report, 1979-1980

34 117

Sahal conference report, 1979-1980

34 118

Awards, 1979-1980

34 119

Howard/Hagley communication, 1979-1980

34 120

Tuttle, William M., 1979-1981

34 121

Interface '79, 1979-1981

34 122

Muhly, J.D., 1979-1981

35 123

Kramer, Arnold, 1979-1981

35 124

Moran, Bruce T., 1979-1981

35 125

Prescott, John R., 1979-1981

35 126

Announcements, 1980

35 127-128

McMahon exhibit review, National Air and Space Museum, 1980

35 129

Lankton, Larry, 1980

35 130

Hughes, Presidential address, 1980-1981

35 131

Spring Hill conference report, 1980-1981

35 132

Kranzberg message, 1981

35 133

Hollister colloquium, 1980-1981

35 134

Conference report--CUTHA--Hartenberg, 1980-1981, 1980-1981

35 135

Interface '80 conference report, 1980-1981

35 136

Belt, Elmer--Memorial, 1980-1981

35 137

Gill memorial article, 1981

35 138

Schallenberg--memorial, 1980

35 139

Pershey-Bullough communication, 1981

35 140

Condit-Watson review, 1980-1981

35 141

Abraham communication, 1981

35 142

Pursell, 1981

35 143

McLuhan memorial, 1981

35 144

Awards

35 145

Announcement, 1981

35 146

Robert C. Post letters, 1983-1984

35 147

Editorial, 1984

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174 8

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174 9

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174 11

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174 12

Bachrach, David, 2004

174 13-14

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174 15

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174 16

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174 17

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174 19

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174 20

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174 21

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174 22

Bijker, Wiebe and Karin Bijsterveld, 1998-2000

174 23

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174 24

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174 27

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174 28

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174 29

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174 30

Boomgaard, Peter, 2005

174 31

Botz-Bornstein, Thorsten, 2004

174 32

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174 34

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174 35

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174 40

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175 2

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175 3

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175 4

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175 5

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175 6

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175 7

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175 8

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175 9

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175 10

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175 11

Conway, Erik, 2004-2005

175 12

Conway, Erik, 1999-2000

175 13

Cooper, Carolyn, 2001-2002

175 14

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175 15

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175 16

Curtis, Kent, 1999-2000

175 17

Cushing, Dana, 2000

175 18

Dalrymple, Dana, 2004

175 19

Davis, Robert Scott, 2001

175 20

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175 21

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175 22

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175 23

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175 24

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175 25

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175 26

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175 27

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175 28

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175 29

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175 30

Hutchins, Louis, 2000-2003

175 31

Hyde, Charles, 1998

175 32

Ichikawa, Hiroshi, 2003

175 33

Illies, Charles, undated

175 34

Jackson, Richard, 1999-2003

175 35

Jeremy, David, 2003

175 36

Johnson, Ann, 2004

175 37

Johnston, George, 2004

175 38

Johnston, Sean, 2004

175 39

Jones, Russell Douglass, 2003

175 40

Jones, Kyle, 2001

175 41

Jones, Toby, 2001

175 42

Josephson, 2005

175 43

Kaijser, Arne, 2001

175 44

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175 45

Kent, Max, 2002

175 46

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175 47

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176 1

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176 2

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176 3

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176 4

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176 5

Eckert, Michael, 2003-2004

176 6

Edwards, James Edwards, 2002-2003

176 7

Egan, Michael, 2002-2003

176 8

Ekbladh, David, 2002

176 9

Ellison, Karin, 2002

176 10

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176 11

Erikson, Susan, 2004-2005

176 12

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176 13

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176 14

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176 15

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176 16

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176 17

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176 18

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176 19

Fitzgerald, Gerard, 2002

176 20

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176 21

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176 22

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176 23

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176 24

French, Michael and Jim Phillips, 1998-1999

176 25

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176 26

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176 27

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176 33

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176 34

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176 38

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176 39

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176 40

Gupta, Bishnupriya, 1998-2000

176 41

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176 42

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176 43

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176 53

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176 54

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177 2

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177 3

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177 4

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177 5

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177 6

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177 7

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177 8

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177 9

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177 10

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177 11

Kranakis, Eda, 2003-2004

177 12

Kranakis, Eda, 2004

177 13

Krieger, Martin, undated

177 14

Krysko, Michael, 2003-2004

177 15

Kucher, Michael, 2001

177 16

Laird, Frank, 1999-2002

177 17

Lands, LeeAnn, 2003

177 18

Langdon, John, 2004

177 19

Lassman, Thomas, 2003

177 20

Law, John, 2000-2001

177 21

Le Coze, Jean, 2002

177 22

Lecuyer, Christopher, 2000

177 23

Lewis, Robert, 2000-2001

177 24

Lewis, W. David, 2000-2001

177 25

Lightman, Harriet, 2004

177 26

Linsten, Harry, 2000-2001

177 27

Lipartito, Kenneth, 2001-2002

177 28

Louw, Hentie, 2000

177 29

Lucas, Adam, 2002-2004

177 30

Lucsko, David, 2003

177 31

MacLachlan, Ian, 2003-2004

177 32

MacLachlan, Ian, 2004

177 33

MacLeod and Nuvolari, 2005

177 34

MacKrakis, Kristie, 2002

177 35

Maines, Rachel, 2004

177 36

Marovich, Lisa A., 1999

177 37

Martinez, Javier Gomez, 1999-2000

177 38

Mazzotti, Massimo, 2001-2003

177 39

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178 1

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178 2

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178 3

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178 4

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178 5

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178 6

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178 7

Mody, 2005

178 8

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178 9

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178 10

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178 14

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178 15

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178 16

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178 17

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178 18

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178 19

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178 20

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178 21

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178 22

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178 23

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178 24

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178 25

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178 26

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178 27

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178 28

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178 29

Pannabecker, John, 1998-2001

178 30

Park, undated

178 31

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178 32

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178 33

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178 34

Pearcy, Matt, 2001

178 35

Petrina, Stephen, 2002-2003

178 36

Petrina, Stephen, 2004

178 37

Pinch, Trevor, 2003

178 38

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178 39

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178 40

Prasad, Amit, 2004-2005

178 41

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178 42

Rasmussen, Chris, 1998-2001

178 43

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178 44

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179 1

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179 2

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179 3

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179 4

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179 5

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179 6

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179 7

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179 8

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179 9

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179 10

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179 11

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179 12

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179 13

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179 14

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179 15

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179 16

Sauer, Bev, 2004

179 17

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179 18

Schot and van Driel, 2001

179 19

Seligson, Dan, 2004

179 20

Serlin, D., 2004

179 21

Shah, Mahnaz, 2002

179 22

Showalter, Dennis, 2001

179 23

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179 24

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179 25

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179 26

Slater, Ian, 2000-2001

179 27

Skramstad, H., 2004

179 28

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179 29

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179 30

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179 31

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179 32

Smith, Crosbie, 2005

179 33

Smith, Robert Douglas, 2005

179 34

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179 35

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179 36

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179 37

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179 38

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179 39

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179 40

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179 41

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179 42

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179 43

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179 44

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179 45

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180 13

Kitzmann, Andreas, 2000

180 14

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180 15

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180 16

Kranzberg, Melvin, 1995

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Krige, John, 1998-1999

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180 20

Kuhn, Dieter, 2000

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181 35

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182 33

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Carlisle, Rodney, 1996

186 9

Casas, Martha, 1999

186 10

Ceruzzi, Paul, 1993

186 11

Chilvers, Christopher, 1999

186 12

Clancey, Greg, 1995-1997

186 13

Clark, Mark, 1993-1995

186 14

Clarke, Sally, 1996

186 15

Coelho, Denis., 2000

186 16

Collins, Steven G., 1998

186 17

Constant, Ed., 1998

186 18

Cookson, Gillian, 1997-1998

186 19

Coopersmith, Jonathon, 1995-1996

186 20

Crouch, Thomas, 1993

186 21

Csap-Sweet, Rita M., 1999

186 22

Dauncey, H.D., 1993

186 23

Davis, Jonathan, 1995

186 24

Davis, John L., 1999

186 25

Dawson, Virginia, 1993-1997

186 26

Delaney, E.J., 1996

186 27

DeNora, Tia, 1991

186 28

Donlon, Jon Griffin, 1995

186 30

Dowell, John., 1997

186 31

Downey, Greg, 2000

186 32

Dunlavy, Colleen, 1992-1993

187 1

Enoch, Say M., 1996-1997

187 2

Endersby, Linda Anne, 1995-1996

187 3

Epperson, Bruce, 1998-1999

187 4

Fagette, Paul, 1996-1997

187 5

Fernandez, Pedro C., 1993-1996

187 6

Farrell-Beck, Jane, 1994-1996

187 7

Forte, Rita, 2001

187 8

Fouche, Rayvon, 1995

187 9

Galambos, Louis, 1997

187 11

Garrett, Kelly, 2000

187 12

Gelberg, J. Nadine, 1998-1999

187 13

Ghosh, Amitabha, 1994

187 15

Gokalp, Iskender, 1994-1995

187 16

Goldman, Joanne Abel, 1998-2000

187 17

Turam, Mete, 1999-2000

187 18

Turner, Fred, 2004

187 19

Tyabji, Nasir, 2002-2003

187 20

van Dam, Petra, 1999-2001

187 21

van den Ende, Jan, 1996-1999

187 22

van Driel, Hugo, 2002-2004

187 23

van der Veur, Paul., 1999-2000

187 24

van Rooij, Arjan., 2005

187 25

Van Slyck, Abigail A., 2001-2002

187 26

Wald, Stephen, 2003-2004

187 28

Weir, Gary, 2000-2002

187 29

Wermiel, Sara, 2001-2002

187 30

Werrell, Kenneth P., 2004-2005

187 31

Westfall, Catherine, 2001

187 32

Westwick, Peter, 2004

187 33

White, Jack, 2004

187 34

Whitney, Kristoffer, 2005

187 35

Wikle, Thomas A., undated

187 36

Williams, Rosalind H., 2004

187 37

Woirol, Gregory R., 2001-2001

187 38

Woods, Brian, 2003-2004

187 39

Yang, Daqing, 2003-2004

188 1

Zachmann, Karin, 1999-2001

188 3

Adas, Michael, 1996

188 5

Albert, Daniel M., 1996

188 6

Aldrich, Mark, 1996-1998

188 8

Alman, Karen Champagnie, 1995

188 10

Angevine, Bob, 1999-2000

188 12

Arns, Robert G., 1995-1997

188 13

Ash, Eric H., 1998-1999

188 14

Ashworth, William, 1999-2000

188 15

Atkinson, Paul, 2000

188 16

Baark, Erik, 1997

188 17

Bardini, Thierry, 1995-1996

188 19

Barnes, Susan B., 1998-1999

188 20

Barton, Ruth, 1997-1998

188 21

Bassett, Ross, 1998

188 22

Bektas, Yakup, 1997-2000

188 23

Benhamou, Reed, 1994

188 24

Bernstein, Barton J., 1991-1992

188 25

Blondheim, Menahem, 1993-1994

188 26

Belasco, Warren, 1996

188 27

Black, David Alan, 2000

188 29

Bloch, Alexander, 2000-2001

188 31

Bloch, Alexander, 1999

188 32

Bloodsworth, Mary, 1999

188 33

Bowker, Geoffrey C., 1997

188 34

Langdon, Jon and Martin Watts, 2005

189 18

Rees, Jonathan, 2004-2005

189 19

Robertson, Frances, 2004

189 20

Sato, Yasushi, 2005

189 21

Schiffer, Michael Brian, 2005

189 22

Stapleton, Darwin, 2004

189 23

Tagliacozzo, Eric, 2005

189 24

Turner, Fred, 2005

189 25

White, John, 2004

189 26-27

 Subseries 4b: Index

Box

Ad-Ben, undated

36

Ben-But, undated

37

But-Cro, undated

38

Dan-Fol, undated

39

For-Fro, undated

40

Gar-Gug, undated

41

Hab-Har, undated

42

Har-Jac, undated

43

Jar-Lam, undated

44

Lan-Lin, undated

45

Lir-Mar, undated

46

Mas-Per, undated

47

Pel-Rig, undated

48

Rit-Sig, undated

49

Sil-Sza, undated

50

Tarr-Valente, undated

51

Vernon-Williams, undated

52

Wilson-Zimmt, undated

53
Box Folder

DeVries, Kelly, 1993

186 29

Frost, Gary, 2000

187 10

Gerovitch, Slava, 1994-1995

187 14

Vostral, Sharra, 2004

187 27

Yeang, Chen-Pang, 2002-2003

188 2

Ziegelmayer, Eric J., 2002

188 4

Alder, Ken, 1996-1997

188 7

Allen, Michael, 1994-1997

188 9

Anderson, Robert, 1995-1996

188 11

Babich, Babette, 1998

188 18

Berner, R. Thomas, 1995-1996

188 28

Black, Brian, 1999

188 30

Bedmarch, Janet, 2004

189 17

 Series 5: Indexes (cumulative) and tables of contents, 1965-1987

The series contains tables of contents of each quarterly edition of Technology and Culture, 1965-1981, together with cumulative indexes through 1987.

Box Folder

Index, 1965-1969

54 1-11

Index, 1969-1976

55 12-21

Index, 1976-1987

56 22-41

 Series 6: Technology and Culture printing and costs, 1959-1994

The series consists of correspondence with printers of the Technology and Culture quarterly journal (primarily the University of Chicago Press), including instructions for printing and negotiation of costs. Also included are arrangements for reprints, cover designs and membership lists. Correspondence relating to campaigns to promote sales of  Technology and Culture and annual reports of revenues and costs are arranged chronologically.

Box Folder

Furst, Victor J., 1959-1963

57 1

Proposal to support National Science Foundation, 1960

57 2

Proposal to Wilkie for Technology and Culture, 1960

57 3

Report of income and expenditures, volume I, 1960

57 4

Invoices-Wayne State University Press, 1960-1962

57 5

Printing offer, 1961

57 6

Accounts, 1961

57 7

Profit and loss statement, 1962

57 8

Rights and permissions, 1962-1981

57 9

Contract with Wayne State University, 1963

57 9A

Reprinting of III, 1963

57 10

Finances, 1963-1964

57 11

Membership--Permission to use list, 1963-1976

57 12

Accounts, 1964

57 13

Profit and loss statement, 1964

57 14

Duncan, John E., 1964-1965

58 1

Memo of agreement--SHOT/University of Chicago Press, 1964-1982

58 2

Finances, 1965-1966

58 3

SHOT/University of Chicago Press, 1965-1970

58 3A

Copyrights, 1965-1975

58 4

Production, 1965-1976

58 5

Membership--free List, 1965-1980

58 6

Sales and promotion, 1965-1980

59 1

Subscriptions fulfillment, 1965-1981

59 2-3

Promotional materials, 1965-1981

59 4

Memo response, 1966

59 5

Cover design, 1966

59 6

Cover design, undated

59 7

Cover design, 1966

59 8

Reprinted articles, 1966-1967

59 9

Notes and announcements, 1966-1967

60 1

Finances, 1966-1967

60 2

Advertising, 1966-1981

60 3

Cover design: Wentzel Jamnitzer, 1966-1968

60 4

Cover design, 1967

60 5

Finances, 1967-1968

60 6

Leupold cover design, 1968

60 7

Pursell cover design, 1968

60 8

Business notes, 1968

60 9

Finances, 1968-1979

60 10

Smith, A.F.N., 1968-1970

60 11

Cover design: Revolving bookcases, 1968-1970

60 12

Sacks, Jean, 1968-1970

60 13

Notes and announcements, 1968-1973

61 1

Microfiche/microfilm, 1968-1981

61 2

Reprints, 1969

61 3

Reprints, 1969

61 4

Finances, 1969-1970

61 5

Reprint orders, 1969-1970

61 6

Replies from memo "Reducing the Deficit", 1969-1971

61 7

Consent to publish, 1969-1978

61 8

Reprints, 1970

61 9

Reprints, 1970

61 10

Reprint orders, 1970

61 11

Hornby, Claudia, 1970

61 12

Finances, 1970-1971

61 13

Membership lists--rental of, 1970-1981

61 14

Finances, 1971-1972

61 15

SHOT/University of Chicago Press, 1971-1980

61 15A

Technology and Culture Finances, 1972-1973

62 1

Finances, 1973-1974

62 2

Promotional campaign, 1974

62 3

Finances, 1974-1975

62 4

Promotional campaign, 1975

62 5

Finances, 1975-1976

62 6

Publications, 1975-1980

63 1

University of Chicago Press, 1975-1982

63 2

General correspondence, 1976-1980

63 2A

Promotional campaign, 1976

63 3

Finances, 1976-1977

63 4

Journals department, 1976-1978

63 5

Subscriptions list, 1976-1980

63 6

Offprints, 1976-1980

63 7

Brochures, 1976-1984

63 8

Critique, University of Chicago Press, 1977

63 9

Promotional campaign, 1977

64 1

Finances, 1977-1978

64 2

Promotional campaign, 1978

64 3

Copyright, 1978

64 4

Finances, 1978-1979

64 5

Promotional campaign, 1978-1979

64 6

Reprints 20, #2, 1979

64 7

Reprints 20, #3, 1979

64 8

Reprint orders 20, #4, 1979

64 9

Finances, 1979-1980

64 10

Reprint orders 21, #1, 1980

64 11

Reprint orders 21, #2, 1979-1980

64 12

Reprints, July 21, #3, 1980

64 13

Reprints 21, #4, 1980

64 14

Promotional campaign, 1980

64 15

Finances, 1980-1981

64 16

Reports, 1981

64 16A

Reprints, 1981 April 22

64 17

Reprints 22, #3, 1981

64 18

Reprints 22, #4, 1981

65 1

Correspondence, 1981

65 1A

Promotional proposal, 1981-1982

65 2

Finances, 1981-1982

65 3

SHOT contract with Chicago, 1982-1983

65 4

Reports, 1982

65 3A

Technology and Culture, 1983

65 4A

University of Chicago Press, SHOT, 1983-1984

65 5

SHOT, 1984

65 6

Advertisement, 1984

65 7

SHOT, 1985

65 8

Robert Post annual report, 1991

65 9

Robert C. Post, audio tape, 1994

65 10

 Series 7: Special Projects, 1962-1986

The series includes materials documenting miscellaneous projects related to Technology and Culture and its editing and publication and is arranged chronologically.

Technology and Culture miscellaneous SHOT brochures, 1962-1979

Box Folder

Hall-Layton communication, 1969-1975

66 2

Weiss-Films, 1971-1979

66 3

History of Electricity group, 1972

66 4

"Trial Balloons", 1974-1975

66 5

Goldfarb-Lifshey communication, 1975

66 6

Goldfarb-Lifshey communication, 1975

66 7

Engle communication, 1976-1977

66 8

Stirling papers, summer meeting, 1977

66 9

Technology and Culture ad hoc committee,, 1977-1978

66 10

Second ten-year annotated index, 1978-1980

66 11

Technology and Culture editor search, 1978-1980

66 12

Response to Emmerson article--Buchanan, 1979-1981

66 13

Drachman memorial, 1980

66 14

"Clockwork Universe" exhibition, 1980

66 15

Aitken-Usher anthology, 1980-1981

66 16

Nye article on Ford, 1980-1981

66 17

Communication --Reich-Hoddeson, 1981

66 18

Kranzberg: Innovation lectures ("Kranzberg's Laws"), 1986

66 19

 Series 8: Technology and Culture Editor, 1982-2010

This series consists of records of the editor documenting the functions of soliciting, reviewing, refereeing and giving final approval for articles and book reviews appearing in T&C. Correspondence with members of SHOT and others is arranged alphabetically. Letters relate to proposed articles and comments on them, as well as other subjects. Also included is correspondence relating to Post's own publications, exhibits, and public presentations, assessments of grant applications, records of his involvement in the affairs of the National Museum of American History and other museums, and correspondence with other periodicals with which he was editorially involved, such as  Invention and Technology and  Railroad History.

 Subseries 8a: Correspondence (Robert Post, editor), 1982-1995

Index to outgoing correspondence, Adams - American

American Heritage of Invention & Technology-Basura, Nick

Becker, Ron--Burke, John

Ca-Cz

Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography-Constant, Ed

Cooper, Carolyn--Cutcliffe

Da-DuPree, A. Hunter

Duke, Donald--Illustrations

Illustrations (unfoldered)

Revised transcripts, Los Angeles streetcars

Galleys, page proofs

Fellowship committee (Go-Gz)

Gamst, Fred to Hi-Hz

Hacker to Hartman, John Paul

Hatch, Jo to Hounshell, David

Howard, Jeff to IEEE award

Irish, Sharon to K

Keller, Alex to Kranzberg, Mel

Kranzberg, Mel to Law, John

Lawless to Lubar, Steve

Lukasiewicz, Julius to Meikle,Jeff

Mentzer, Joan to Mori, Sadahiko

Morley, Jane to MacKenzie, Donald

N to Noyes Press

Nunis, Doyce ( Southern California Quarterly) to Post, Robert

UCLA student records to Poh (Miller), Carol Ann and Robert Post

Post (personal/personnel), Smithsonian books

Page, Chas. G. - Museums

 Subseries 8b: Correspondence (Robert Post, editor), 1995-2001

Box

Abir-Am, Pnina, undated

174P

Academy of Finland, undated

174P

Ackerman, Marsha, undated

174P

Alder, Ken (Stephen Frierman correspondence), undated

174P

Aldrich, Michele, undated

174P

Aldrich, Mark, undated

174P

Altman, Renee, undated

174P

American Association for the Advancement of Science, undated

174P

American Astronautical Society, undated

174P

American Council of Learned Societies, undated

174P

American Historical Association, undated

174P

American Maritime Enterprise, undated

174P

American National Biography, undated

174P

Ames, Gregory P., undated

174P

Andrews, Thomas P. (re: Doyce B. Nunis Award), undated

174P

Antenna (SHOT Mercurians), undated

174P

Appleby, Joyce, undated

174P

Arts Services International, undated

174P

Armato, Douglas, undated

174P

Arlington Travel Bureau, Inc., undated

174P

Artefacts, undated

174P

Associated University Presses, undated

174P

Atherton, Charles, undated

174P

American Council of Learned Societies Electronic Publication Initiative, undated

174P

Akron University, "How a Seminar Paper Might Become a Pubished Article", 1991

174P

American Heritage/Invention and Technology (Fred Allen correspondence), undated

174P

Bak, Joseph, undated

174P

Barth, Linda J. (Travel Town Museum, Los Angeles), undated

174P

Bass, Howard, undated

174P

Bay, Alma, undated

174P

Bazerman, Charles, undated

174P

Bean, Jonathan, undated

174P

Becker, Ron, undated

174P

Bedi, Joyce, undated

174P

Bedini, Silvio, undated

174P

Benhamou, Reed, undated

174P

Berreman, Dick, undated

174P

Biggs, Lindy, undated

174P

Bijker, Wiebe, undated

174P

Bird, Larry, undated

174P

Bix, Amy, undated

174P

Blake, Nelson (obituary), undated

174P

Bliley, Tom (re: copyright Treaties Implementation Act), undated

174P

Blum, Alan, undated

174P

Boston Globe, undated

174P

Borg, Kevin, undated

174P

Boyd, Patty, undated

174P

Brashear, Ronald, undated

174P

Breichner, Bill, undated

174P

Brody, Alan (MIT Museum), undated

174P

Brown Bros., undated

174P

Brown, Jack, undated

174P

Brugger, Bob, undated

174P

Bruton, Peggy, undated

174P

Bryant, Lynwood, undated

174P

Bud, Robert, undated

174P

Buchanan, Angus and Brenda, undated

174P

Burns, Ken, undated

174P

Bach, Julian, undated

174P

Berger, Molly, undated

174P

Blasczyk, Reggie, undated

174P

Braun, Hans (ICOHTEC), undated

174P

Bowen, Vaughn, undated

174P

Boyhood in America: An Encyclopedia, undated

174P

Burke, John G. (exams and notes), undated

174P

Business History Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1999 March

174P

Cannon, Faye, undated

174P

Capitano, Greg, undated

174P

Case, Mary, undated

174P

Carlson, W. Bernard, undated

174P

Carney, Judith, undated

174P

Casey, Bob, undated

174P

Caughey, John (obituary), undated

174P

Coonce, Cole, undated

174P

Coughlin, Timothy (re: Every Four Years), undated

174P

Ceruzzi, Paul, undated

174P

Channell, David, undated

174P

Chadbourne, Christopher, undated

174P

Charles, Barbara Fahs, undated

174P

Charles, Dan, undated

174P

Chrisfield, Carla, undated

174P

Chronicle of Higher Education, undated

174P

Clain-Stefanelli, Val and Liza, undated

174P

Clancy, Donna, undated

174P

Clarke, Adele, undated

174P

Clarke-Hazlett, Christopher, undated

174P

Coate, Cardy, undated

174P

Cohen, Lisa ( Technology and Culture), 1995

174P

Cooper, Carolyn, undated

174P

Cooper, Gail, undated

174P

Cooper-Hewitt Museum (American Enterprise), undated

174P

Copyright Treaties Implementation Act, undated

174P

Corry, Leo, undated

174P

Coulls, Anthony, undated

174P

Cozzens, Sir Neil, undated

174P

Crew, Spencer, undated

174P

Cullather, Nick ( Journal of American History), undated

174P

Cupito, Mary, undated

174P

Cutcliffe, Steve, undated

174P

Case Western Reserve University, "Mel Kranzberg and the Invention of the History of Technology", 2000 November 9

174P

Chevedden, Paul E./W.T.S. Tarver (re: The Traction Trebuchet), 2000 November 9, undated

174P

Colby College, C"ulture Wars", 1996 February 23, undated

174P

Condit, Carl W. (memorial), undated

174P

Corn, Joe, undated

174P

Council of Editors of Learned Journals, Distinguished Retiring Editor Award, undated

174P

Cowan, Ruth Schwartz, undated

174P

Cowan, Ruth Schwartz (interview , Invention and Technology), undated

174P

Daniel, Pete, undated

174P

Darbee, Leigh, undated

174P

Darden, Lindley, undated

174P

D'Arms, John H., undated

174P

Davison, Michael, undated

174P

Davies, Russ, undated

174P

Davis, Arthur, undated

174P

Davis, Donald, undated

174P

Decter, Avi (America on Wheels), undated

174P

Dean, Nick, undated

174P

DeGraff, Leonard, undated

174P

Delaware, University of, undated

174P

Deloca, Paul, undated

174P

Delony, Eric, undated

174P

Dennis, Maggie, undated

174P

DeVries, Kelly, undated

174P

Dibner, David, undated

174P

Dilts, James, undated

174P

Dinkel, John (Westways), undated

174P

Directory of American Scholars, undated

174P

Divall, Colin, undated

174P

Doctors Ought to Care (Alan Blum), undated

174P

Dornbos, Doug, undated

174P

Dotterwick, Jack Alan, undated

174P

Douglas, Susan, undated

174P

Dreschel, Edwin, undated

174P

Driskel, Dana, undated

174P

Dunlavy, Colleen, undated

174P

Dupree, A. Hunter, undated

174P

DeGregori, Thomas R., undated

174P

DaVinci Medal (Nathan Rosenberg), 1996

175P

DaVinci Medal (Silvio Bedini), 2000

175P

Davis Wright Tremaine (Robert C. Post v. Thomas H. Shanks, et al), undated

175P

Detroit Technology and Culture Forum, undated

175P

DeVrie, Kelly, Loyola Lecture, The Technology of Speed, 1996 April 11

175P

Dibner Institute, undated

175P

Dibner Institute proposals, undated

175P

Dibner Institute Fellowship, 1995-1996

175P

Dibner Centennial Celebration, 1997 April 30

175P

Dibner Institute Reunion, 1998 May 21-23

175P

Dibner Institute Fellowship, 2001-2002

175P

"Driving Forces," Quest Productions, PBS, undated

175P

Duke, Donald/Golden West Books, undated

175P

Economic Policy Institute, undated

175P

Edson, William D., undated

175P

Edwards, Paul, undated

175P

Eisterhold Associates (Computer Museum History Center, Mountain View, California), undated

175P

Eklund, Jon, undated

175P

Elban, Wayne, undated

175P

Endelman, Judy, undated

175P

Engel, Anthony, undated

175P

Engen, Donald (NASM), undated

175P

Erikson, Cyndy and Skip, undated

175P

Fair, John, undated

175P

Fano, Ester, undated

175P

Fantasy Records, undated

175P

Fenske, undated

175P

Fischer, Michael M.J., undated

175P

FitzSimons, Gray, undated

175P

FitzSimons, Neal, undated

175P

Fores, Michael, undated

175P

Frierman, Steven, undated

175P

Fleckner, John, undated

175P

Frame, Tasslyn, undated

175P

Francis, Sybil, undated

175P

Franz, Kathleen, undated

175P

Freedman, Ed ( Journal of Interdisciplinary History), undated

175P

Freitag, Sandria, undated

175P

Friedman, Donald, undated

175P

Frost, George, undated

175P

Fuller, Eric, undated

175P

Furon, Lee, undated

175P

Foundation for American Communications (John E. Cox), undated

175P

Freeze, Karen, undated

175P

Friedel, Robert, undated

175P

Gamber, Wendy, undated

175P

Gammon, Julie, undated

175P

Gamst, Fred, undated

175P

Gart, Jason, undated

175P

Geldberg, Nadine, undated

175P

Gerber, Larry, undated

175P

Getty Center for the History of Art and Humanities (fellowship application), undated

175P

Giebelhaus, Gus, undated

175P

Gillon, Steven, undated

175P

Giustino, Cathleen, undated

175P

Goicolea, Javier, undated

175P

Goldberg, Stanley, undated

175P

Goldman, JoAnne, undated

175P

Goldtstein, Carolyn, undated

175P

Gray, Dorothy, undated

175P

Gregory, Fred, undated

175P

Grier, Kathleen, undated

175P

Grosvenor, Deborah, undated

175P

Guilmartin, Joe, undated

175P

Gunn, Tim, undated

175P

Garlits, Don, undated

175P

Georgia Institute of Technology, The Legacy of an Idea, 2000 November 10

175P

Gordon, Sarah, undated

175P

Grant, H. Roger, undated

175P

Hacker, Bart, undated

176P

Hafter, Daryl, undated

176P

Hall, Bert, undated

176P

Hamp, Steve, undated

176P

Hansen, James, undated

176P

Hansen, Marie, undated

176P

Hardy, Stephen, undated

176P

Harris, John, undated

176P

Harman, J. Paul, undated

176P

Hassler, Donna, undated

176P

Hauck, Corny, undated

176P

Haugen, Elin, undated

176P

Haworth, Don, undated

176P

Hecht, Gabrielle, undated

176P

Helsaple, Mary (Advanced Engine Technology Conference, Colorado Springs), undated

176P

Henwood, James N.J., undated

176P

Hepp, John, undated

176P

Higham, Robin, undated

176P

Hill, Dean, undated

176P

Hiller, John, undated

176P

Hirsch, Mark, undated

176P

Hirsch, Richard, undated

176P

Hitt, Stan, undated

176P

Hofsommer, Don, undated

176P

Hoffman, Abraham, undated

176P

Hochfelder, David, undated

176P

Holley, I.B., undated

176P

Hollister-Short, Graham (ICON), undated

176P

Hong, Sungook, undated

176P

Horning, Susan Schmidt, undated

176P

Horowitz, Roger, undated

176P

Hounshell, David, undated

176P

Howes, William F., undated

176P

Huffman, Wendell, undated

176P

Hughes, Paul, undated

176P

Hughes, Thomas P., undated

176P

Hull, Tom (including Quarter Inch Drive), undated

176P

Hundley, Norris, undated

176P

Huntington Library, undated

176P

H-Sci-Med-Tech, undated

176P

Hagley Conference, "Boys and Their Toys", 1997 October 3

176P

Hansen, C.V., undated

176P

Henry Ford Museum, Automobile Centennial Conference, 1996 September 4-8

176P

Hindle Post Doctoral Fellowship/Helen Hindle correspondence, undated

176P

Howard, Jeff (Fort Wadsworth Exhibit), undated

176P

Huntington Library (fellowship application), undated

176P

IEEE Award, undated

176P

IEEE Prize, undated

176P

Israel, Paul, undated

176P

ICOHTEC, Budapest, 1996

176P

ICOHTEC, Prague, 2000

176P

ICON article with Art Molella, "The Call of Stories at the Smithosnian Institution", undated

176P

Jeffrey, Kirk, undated

176P

John, Richard, undated

176P

Johnson, Kimberly, undated

176P

Johnson, Sandy, undated

176P

Johnson, Stephen, undated

176P

Johnson, Paul, undated

176P

Jones, Russell-Douglass, undated

176P

Josephson, Paul, undated

176P

Jerolimov, Douglas, undated

176P

Johns Hopkins University Press, manuscript reviews, book projects, undated

176P

Johns Hopkins University PressHigh Performance, undated

176P

Johns Hopkins University PressProject Muse, undated

176P

Johns Hopkins University PressPrometheus Project, undated

176P

Kee, Richard, undated

176P

Keevil, Walter, undated

176P

Kennedy, Roger, undated

176P

Kerr, Leah, undated

176P

Kestenbaum, David S., undated

176P

Kidwell, Peggy, undated

176P

Kline, Roy, undated

176P

Klose, Claudine, undated

176P

Koch, Ellen, undated

176P

Koerner, Steve, undated

176P

Knoll, Elizabeth (W.H. Freeman and Company Publishers), undated

176P

Kondratas, Ray, undated

176P

Kontoff, Trudy, undated

176P

Kraft, James, undated

176P

Kranakis, Eda, undated

176P

Kryzhanovsky, Leonid, undated

176P

Krambles, George, undated

176P

Kranzberg, Les, undated

176P

Kranszberg, Maurice and Kenneth, undated

176P

Kranzberg, Mel, undated

176P

(Pre) Kranzberg Fund/SHOT fund raising, 1994-1995

176P

Kranzberg correspondence, 1996

176P

Kranzberg correspondence, 1997

176P

Kranzberg Fund Campaign, 1998

177P

Kranzberg Fund Campaign, 1999

177P

Kranzberg Fund Campaign, 2000

177P

Kranzberg Fund Campaign, 2001

177P

Kranzberg fellowships, undated

177P

Kranzberg papers, undated

177P

Kranzberg professorship/application, undated

177P

Lackey, David, undated

177P

Laird, Pamela, undated

177P

Langins, Janice, undated

177P

Lankton, Larry, undated

177P

Laurie, Bruce (re: Larry Owens), undated

177P

Law, Julia, undated

177P

Layton, Edwin, undated

177P

LeCain, Timothy, undated

177P

Lerman, Nina, undated

177P

Levin, Miriam, undated

177P

Lewis, W. David, undated

177P

Linde, Marty, undated

177P

Lindqvist, Svante, undated

177P

Lipartito, Ken, undated

177P

Lipsitz, George, undated

177P

LiveACTA (Charles M. Thompson), undated

177P

Livonia Baptist Church, undated

177P

Lloyd, Arthur L., undated

177P

Lofgren, Carolina, undated

177P

London, Joanne Gerstein, undated

177P

Long, Lyn, undated

177P

Long, Pam, undated

177P

Loveland, Karen, undated

177P

Lowe, Robb, undated

177P

Lowood, Henry (re: Commission for Bibliography and Documentation), undated

177P

Loyola College, undated

177P

Lubar, Steve, undated

177P

Lucsko, Dave, undated

177P

Lawless, Ben, undated

177P

Lemelson Center, undated

177P

Lexington Group in Transportation History, undated

177P

Magoun, Alexander, undated

177P

Maines, Rachel, undated

177P

Makobusi, Inc. (Graham N.J. Kate-Eddie), undated

177P

Makovenyi, Steve, undated

177P

Martin, Albro (necrology), undated

177P

Masur, Louis ( Reviews in American History), undated

177P

Mayr, Otto, undated

177P

Mehta, Rahul, undated

177P

Meikle, Jeffrey, undated

177P

Melanova, Miroslava (Technical University of Liberic), undated

177P

Mergen, Bernard, undated

177P

Messner, Sonny, undated

177P

Miller, Carol Poh, undated

177P

Miner, Bill, undated

177P

Misa, Tom, undated

177P

Mora, Jeffrey, undated

177P

Moran, Gerald (re: Molly Berger), undated

177P

Morgan, David, undated

177P

Morgan, Phillip ( William and Mary Quarterly), undated

177P

Morley, Jane (The Flying Buttress), undated

177P

Morton, David L., undated

177P

Moses, Laura (MIT Museum), undated

177P

Mozee, Gene, undated

177P

Muldowney, Shirley, undated

177P

Mulkern, Paul, undated

177P

Multhauf, Robert and Lettie, undated

177P

Myllyntaus, Timo, undated

177P

Maryland, University of (adjunct professor file), undated

177P

Massett, Pete, undated

177P

A Material World (script), undated

177P

Mentzer, Joan, undated

177P

MIT Museum (directorship application), undated

177P

Millenium Project (Henry Ford Museum), undated

177P

Mindell, David, undated

177P

Molella, Art, 1996-1998

178P

Molella, Art, 1999-2000

178P

Morley, Jane, undated

178P

Motorsports Hall of Fame, undated

178P

McCarthy, Tom, undated

178P

MacCormack, Earl I., undated

178P

McCray, Patrick, undated

178P

McDougall, Dobi, undated

178P

McDougall, Wally, undated

178P

McGaw, Judy, undated

178P

McGee, David, undated

178P

McGiffert, Michael ( William and Mary Quarterly), undated

178P

McGlade, Jackie, undated

178P

McGovern, Art, undated

178P

McGroder, Patrick, undated

178P

MacKenzie, Donald, undated

178P

McMahon, Michal, undated

178P

Macrakis, Michael, undated

178P

McShane, Clay, undated

178P

McSwain, Rebecca, undated

178P

McConnell Chair, Pomona College, undated

178P

National Council on Public History, undated

178P

National Archives/National Historical Publications and Records Commission, undated

178P

National Video Resources, undated

178P

Newberry Seminar on Technology, Politics and Culture, undated

178P

Newton, Wesley Phillips (re: W. David Lewis), undated

178P

Noble, David (re: Harvey Mudd College), undated

178P

Noblitt, Julia (University of Chicago Press), undated

178P

Nordberg, Arthur, undated

178P

Nord, David ( Journal of American History), undated

178P

North Carolina State University, undated

178P

National Committee on the International Union of History and Philosopy of Science, undated

178P

Nunis, Doyce ( Southern California Quarterly), undated

178P

National Humanities Center (fellowship application), undated

178P

National Inventors Hall of Fame, undated

178P

National Museum of American History (donations), undated

178P

National Museum of American History (personal, personnel), undated

178P

National Tramway Museum, Crich (re: designation), undated

178P

Oates, Ernest Donald, undated

178P

O'Connor, Richard, undated

178P

Oldenziel, Ruth, undated

178P

Ordway, Fred, undated

178P

Organization of American Historians, undated

178P

Orr, Craig, undated

178P

Ott, John H., undated

178P

Owens, Larry, undated

178P

Overman, Ron, undated

178P

Oakland Museum of California, Authors' Day, 1996 November 3

178P

Oxford University Press, undated

178P

Paipetis, S.A., undated

178P

Parent, Gilles, undated

178P

Partner, Simon, undated

178P

Pauer, Erich, undated

178P

Petroski, Henry, undated

178P

Pope, Norris, undated

178P

Pretzer, Bill, undated

178P

Pucci, Enrico, undated

178P

Pursell, Carroll, undated

178P

Post, Robert C. (articles and essays), undated

178P

Post, Robert C. (book reviews), undated

178P

Post, Robert C. (reviews of Post books), undated

178P

Post, Robert C. ("Post Scripts," SHOT Newsletter), undated

178P

Post, Robert C. ("Post Scripts," SHOT Newsletter), undated

178P

Quaker Gotham Investments, undated

178P

Rahman, A., undated

178P

Reich, Lenny, undated

178P

Reitman, Julian, undated

178P

Reuss, Marty, undated

178P

Richards, Bob, undated

178P

Riggsby, Roger, undated

178P

Ringrose, Daniel, undated

178P

Ripkin, Cal, undated

178P

Robertson, Andrew, undated

178P

Robinson, Michael (re: Michael C. Robinson PrIze), undated

178P

Rockefeller, Laurance, undated

178P

Rockefeller Archive Center, undated

178P

Roos, Arnold, undated

178P

Rose, Mark, undated

178P

Ross, Steven J., undated

178P

Railroad History Awards, undated

178P

Railroad History Awards, 1999

178P

Railroad History (editor search), undated

178P

Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, undated

178P

Railway and Locomotive Historical Society (meeting in Ogden, Utah), 1997

178P

Railway and Locomotive Historical Society (meeting in Scranton, Pennsylvania), 1998

178P

Railway and Locomotive Historical Society (meeting in Sacramento, California), 1999

178P

Railway and Locomotive Historical Society (meeting in Chicago, Illinois), 2000

178P

Railway and Locomotive Historical Society (meeting in Chicago, Illinois), 2000

178P

Railway and Locomotive Historical Society (membership flyer), undated

178P

Recommendations--Alder, Ken, undated

178P

Recommendations--Bedini, Silvio, undated

178P

Recommendations--Becker, Ron, undated

178P

Recommendations--Berger, Molly, undated

178P

Recommendations--Biggs, Lindy, undated

178P

Recommendations-Blaszczyk, Reggie-, undated

178P

Recommendations--Brown, John K., undated

178P

Recommendations--Cowan, Ruth Schwartz, undated

178P

Recommendations--Freeze, Karen, undated

178P

Recommendations--Friedel, Robert, undated

178P

Recommendations--Gordon, Sarah, undated

178P

Recommendations--Grant, Roger, undated

178P

Recommendations--Hafter, Daryl, undated

178P

Recommendations--Hong, Sungook, undated

178P

Recommendations--Horning, Susan, undated

178P

Recommendations--Horowitz, Roger, undated

178P

Recommendations--Jackson, Donald, undated

178P

Recommendations--Jerolimov, Douglas, undated

178P

Recommendations--Kraft, James, undated

178P

Recommendations--Lankton, Larry, undated

178P

Recommendations--McCray, Patrick, undated

178P

Recommendations--McShane, Clay, undated

178P

Recommendations--Mindell, David, undated

178P

Recommendations--Mosher, Robert D., undated

178P

Recommendations--Owens, Larry, undated

178P

Recommendations--Regents Fellows, undated

178P

Recommendations--Reich, Leonard, undated

178P

Recommendations--Reuss, Martin, undated

178P

Recommendations--Rogers, Richard, undated

178P

Recommendations--Roland, Alex (suggestions), undated

178P

Recommendations--Roth, Matt, undated

178P

Recommendations--Schrag, Zachary, undated

178P

Recommendations--Seely, Bruce, undated

178P

Recommendations--Shackleford, Ben, undated

178P

Recommendations--Slotten, Hugh, undated

178P

Recommendations--Smulyan, Susan, undated

178P

Recommendations--Thompson, Fred, undated

178P

Recommendations--Vincenti, Walter, undated

178P

Recommendations--Wosk, Julie, undated

178P

Reutter, Mark, undated

178P

Reynolds, Terry, undated

178P

Reynolds/Cutcliffe Anthologies, undated

178P

Roland, Alex, undated

178P

Roth, Matt, 1995-1996

179P

Roth, Matt, 1996-2000

179P

Roth, Matt, 1997-2000

179P

Saal, Elaine, undated

179P

Sandler, Gilbert, undated

179P

Schrag, Zachary, undated

179P

Schramm, Jeff, undated

179P

Scranton [Phil?], undated

179P

Schatzberg, Eric, undated

179P

Segal, Howard, undated

179P

Selim, Bob, undated

179P

Shakelford, Ben, undated

179P

Shaffer, Marguerite, undated

179P

Shaffer, Ralph, undated

179P

Shepard, Nancy, undated

179P

Shuldiner, Alec, undated

179P

Sicilia, David, undated

179P

Simha, Evelyn, undated

179P

Simmons, Christopher, undated

179P

Slater, Leo, undated

179P

Smith, Page, undated

179P

Smithsonian Books, undated

179P

Sokal, Michael, undated

179P

Sone, Margaret, undated

179P

Soudek, Ingrid, undated

179P

Spicer, Dag, undated

179P

Spohn, Terry, undated

179P

Staples and Charles, Ltd., undated

179P

Stapleton, Darwin, undated

179P

Stayton, Richard, undated

179P

Steele, Brett, undated

179P

Stickney, Art, undated

179P

Swett, Andy, undated

179P

Sally Hacker Prize, undated

179P

Sally Hacker Prize Committee, 1999

179P

Sally Hacker Prize Committee, 2000

179P

Sally Hacker Prize Committee, 2001

179P

Sarkisian, Ed, 1989-1993

179P

Sarkisian, Ed, 1994-2000

179P

Scuhltz, Joe

180P

Seely, Bruce

180P

Simms, D.L.

180P

Sinclair, Bruce

180P

Skranstad, Harold

180P

Slotten, Hugh

180P

Smart, James R.

180P

Smith, George R.

180P

Smithsonian Institution Press ( Yankee Enterprise revision), 1995

180P

Staudenmaier, John, 1995-1996

180P

Staudenmaier, John, 1997-1999

180P

Staudenmaier, John, 2000

180P

Steffens, Anne Michelle, undated

180P

Stephens, Carlene, undated

180P

Stine, Jeffrey, undated

180P

Society for the History of Technology, undated

181P

SHOT officers correspondence, 1995-2000

181P

SHOT midyear meeting, Dearborn, 1995

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Charlottesville, 1995

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Auburn, 1996

182P

SHOT annual meeting, London, 1996

182P

SHOT annual meeting, London, session on Clio in Museum Garb, 1996

182P

SHOT/ICOHTEC, Budapest travel, undated

182P

SHOT midyear meeting, Washington, DC, 1997

182P

SHOT midyear meeting, local arrangements at National Museum of American History, 1997

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Pasadena, 1997

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Pasadena, public lecture, Huntington Library (Bob Post), 1997

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Pasadena, WITH Reception, 1997

182P

SHOT midyear meeting, Baltimore, 1998

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Towson, public lecture by Mark Reutter

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Towson, presidential address at Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1998

182P

SHOT operations and goals meeting, Philadelphia, 1999

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Detroit, Technology and Culture Forum, Dearborn, Alex Roland, 1999

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Detroit, session on Technical Success and Practical Failure, 1999

182P

SHOT midyear meeting, Baltimore, 2000

182P

SHOT annual meeting, Munich, session on Tacit Knowledge and Technological Performance, 2000

182P

SHOT midyear meeting, Hagley Museum, 2001

182P

SHOT council, officers, committees, undated

182P

SHOT Committee on Eastern European Outreach (Paul Josephson), undated

182P

SHOT Curriculum Project/Lemelson Center (Susan Smulyan), undated

182P

SHOT Development Committee, undated

183P

SHOT Dibner funding, undated

183P

SHOT Editorial Committee, undated

183P

SHOT Finance Committee, undated

183P

SHOT flyer, undated

183P

SHOT lecture bureau, undated

183P

SHOT logo, undated

183P

SHOT museum medal (tabled), undated

183P

SHOT Nominations Committee, undated

183P

SHOT presidential addresses, undated

183P

SHOT presidential nominations, 1998

183P

SHOT presidential nominations, 2000

183P

SHOT procedural manual, undated

183P

SHOT proposal to Rockefeller Foundation, undated

183P

SHOT/AHA booklet series, introduction and guidelines, undated

183P

SHOT/AHA booklet series, correspondence, 1997-2000

183P

Francesca Bray correspondence, undated

183P

Pam Long correspondence, undated

183P

Alex Roland correspondence, undated

183P

SHOT/AHA, booklet series, tabeled proposals, undated

183P

Technology and Culture, University of Chicago Press, contract, undated

184P

Technology and Culture, University of Chicago Press proposal, undated

184P

Technology and Culture, MIT Press proposal, undated

184P

Technology and Culture, Johns Hopkins University Press proposal, undated

184P

Technology and Culture, publisher transition, undated

184P

Technology and Culture, make-over by Martha Farlow, Johns Hopkins University Press, undated

184P

Technology and Culture, book reviews, correspondence, 1999-2000

184P

Technology and Culture, book reviews, correspondence, 2001

184P

Technology and Culture, book reviews, correspondence, 2000 April

184P

Technology and Culture, book reviews, correspondence, 2000 July

184P

Technology and Culture, book reviews, correspondence, 2000 October

184P

Technology and Culture, book reviews, correspondence, 2001 January

184P

Technology and Culture, book reviews, correspondence, 2001 April

184P

Taber, Thomas T., undated

185P

Tatarewicz, Joe, undated

185P

Taylor, Malcolm, undated

185P

Tenner, Ed, undated

185P

Thackray, Arnold (Chemical Heritage Foundation), undated

185P

Thomas, Selma, undated

185P

Thompson, Emily, undated

185P

Thompson, Kent, undated

185P

Toole, John (Computer Museum History Center), undated

185P

Toplin, Robert ( Journal of American History), undated

185P

Travis, Tony, undated

185P

Tripp, Linda, undated

185P

Trissler, Brandon (Oxford University Press), undated

185P

Technology in Early America (Judy McGaw), undated

185P

Tehabi Books, undated

185P

Thompson, Rod, undated

185P

Thompson, Steve, undated

185P

UCLA Annual Fund, undated

185P

Usselman, Steve, undated

185P

Utterback, James, undated

185P

Upton, Dell, undated

185P

Vincent, William, undated

185P

Vincenti, Walter, undated

185P

Vogel, Robert, undated

185P

Vincenti, Walter (interview, Invention and Technology), undated

185P

Volti, Rudi, undated

185P

Volti, Rudi ( Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Society), undated

185P

Ward, William W., undated

185P

Warner, Debby, undated

185P

Washburn, Wilcomb, undated

185P

Watson, Neale, undated

185P

Weber, Wolfhard, undated

185P

Webster, Roderick, undated

185P

Weidlinger, Tom, undated

185P

Weinstein, Margaret, undated

185P

Wermeil, Sara (Flying Buttress), undated

185P

Werner, Steve, undated

185P

White, Gordon, undated

185P

White, Roger, undated

185P

Wilke, Jim, undated

185P

Wilentz, Sean, undated

185P

Williams, Laurel, undated

185P

Williams, Sandy, undated

185P

Wilson Center (Ann Sheffield), undated

185P

Wilner, Frank, undated

185P

Wilson, Connie, undated

185P

Withun, Bill, undated

185P

Wolters, Tim, undated

185P

World History Association, undated

185P

Worthington, Bill, undated

185P

Wright Brothers National Monument, undated

185P

Wright, Helena, undated

185P

White, John H., Jr., undated

185P

Williams, Jim, undated

185P

Williams, Rosalind, undated

185P

WITH Archives, undated

185P

WITH List, undated

185P

Witteborg, Lothar (America on Wheels, Allentown, Pennsylvania), undated

185P

World Book, undated

185P

Wosk, Julie, undated

185P

Yungblut, Laura, undated

185P

Zlatkovich, Charles, undated

185P

SHOT/MHT article, Technology and Culture, manuscript and proofs, July 2001

185P

 Subseries 8c: John Staudenmaier Files (Editor), 1980-2010

John Staudenmaier is the current editor of Technology and Culture International Quarterly of the Society for the History of Technology (1995-Present).

Box Folder

Contract agreement with Joan Mentzer ( T &C transition from Washington , D.C. to Dearborn, Michigan), 1994

193 1

Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, 1994

193 2

Budget ( Technology and Culture transition from Washington , D.C. to Dearborn, Michigan), 1994

193 3

Technology and Culture editor search, 1980-1993

193 4

Technology and Culture (marketing reports and journal data), 1993-1995

193 5

Technology and Culture (editors conversations), 1995-1997

193 6

University of Chicago Press (termination), 1997-1998

193 7

University of Chicago Press (financial reports), 1994-1998

193 8

University of Chicago Press (proof marking), 1983 December

193 9

University of Chicago (contract negotiations), 1994-1996

193 10

University of Chicago Press (letter of intent), 1996-1997

193 11

University of Chicago Press (membership mailings), 1997

193 12

University of Chicago Press (publishing proposal), 1997 July

193 13

MIT Press (proposal for publication of Technology and Culture), 1997

193 14

Technology and Culture (publisher search), 1997

193 15

Johns Hopkins University Press (Marie Hansen), 1999-2000

193 16

Johns Hopkins University Press (proposal), 1996-1998

193 17

Johns Hopkins University Press (contract), 1997-1998

193 18

Johns Hopkins University Press (contract, final version), 1998, 2007

193 19

Johns Hopkins University Press (marketing), 1999

193 20

Johns Hopkins University Press (Project Muse), 2000

193 21

Technology and Culture (complimentary list), 1998

193 22

Johns Hopkins University Press (letter of intent), 1997

193 23

Johns Hopkins University Press (marketing reports), 1997-1998

193 24

Technology and Culture (masthead), 2005

193 25

Technology and Culture (assistant editor search), 2005

193 26

Technology and Culture (final four, assistant editor search), 2005

193 27

Technology and Culture (proposals to council), 2005

193 28-29

Technology and Culture (Memo of understanding with Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Museum), 1999

193 30

Tech Forum I, 1997-1998

193 31

Technology and Culture (memo of understanding), 2004-2005

193 32

Technology and Culture (Staudenmaier, editor, third term), 2003-2004

193 33

Technology and Culture (bibliography, 1997

193 34

Technology and Culture (transition plans), 2009

193 35

Technology and Culture (budget discussion for transition), 2009

193 36

Technology and Culture (editorial committee), 1997-2000

193 37

Technology and Culture (advisory editors), 1995-1998

193 38

Technology and Culture (book reviews), 1998

193 39

Technology and Culture (readers survey), 1996

193 40

Technology and Culture (contributing editors), 2001-2006

193 41

Technology and Culture (exhibit reviews), 2005

193 42

Technology and Culture (associate editor), 2005

193 43

Technology and Culture (Robert Bruce/James Mackay controversy), 1998-1999

193 44

Dibner fund, 2000-2001

193 45

Technology and Culture (National Science Foundation grant), 2003-2006

193 46

Technology and Culture (style editing), 2007

193 47

Technology and Culture (European Science Foundation), 2008

193 48

Editor's report, 1995 October 19, 1996 march

194 1

Auburn, Georgia meeting, 1996 April

194 2

Editor's report and search committee report, 1997

194 3

Editors proposals, 1997 October

194 4

Reports (of various committees), 1997

194 5

Editor's report, 1999 April 6

194 6

Executive Council (Baltimore, Maryland), 1998

194 7

Editor's report, 1999 October 7

194 8

Executive Council meeting, 1999 October 6

194 9

Executive Council meeting, 1999 April 10-11

194 10

Editors report, 1999 April 6

194 11

Editor's report, 2000 April

194 12

Editor's report, 2001 March 30

194 13

Executive Council, 2001

194 14

Advisory editor process, 2001

194 15

Revenue, 2001

194 16

Editor's report, 2002 October 17

194 17

Executive Council meeting, 2002 October 17

194 18

Muse revenue, 2000-2002

194 19

Executive Council meeting, 2002 April 6

194 20

Editorial Committee (report), 2001 September 28

194 21

Technology and Culture (digitizing), 2002 June 3

194 22

Editor's report, 2002 October 17

194 23

Editor's report, 2003 April 5

194 24

Editor's report, 2003 October 16

194 25

Editor's report, 2004 May 1

194 26

Editor's report, 2004 October 7

194 27

Subscription trends, 2004-2005

194 28

Editor's report, 2005 November 3

194 29

Technology and Culture operating budget, 2005-2006

194 30

Editor's report, 2006 April 1-2

194 31

Editor's report, 2006 October 12

194 32

technology and Culture budget planning, 2007

194 33

SHOT/Johns Hopkins contract, 2007

194 34

Editor's report, 2007

194 35

Editor's report, 2007 October 19

194 36

Editor's reports, 2007-2008

194 37

Executive Council, 2008 April

194 38

Executive Council, 2008

194 39

Editor's report, 2009 April 17

194 40

Editor's report, 2009 October 16

194 41

Editor's report, 2010 October

194 42

 Series 9: Published Files, 1982-1994

Series 9, Published Files, 1982-1994, are closed for thirty years from the date of the last correspondence in the individual folder. They may be opened, on a case-by-case basis, through appeal to the SHOT Editorial Committee.

The series contains edited typescripts (as submitted to publisher) for articles, research notes, conference reports, organizational notes, reviews, obituaries, and all other material published in T&C for one calendar year. Correspondence with authors, advisory editors, referees (between two and five for each article), and editorial and production staff of the University of Chicago Press is also included. The materials are arranged chronologically by year. These files are closed for thirty years from the date of the last correspondence in the individual folder. They may be opened, on a case-by-case basis, through appeal to the SHOT Editorial Committee.

Box

Gunnell, John, G. Theory of Technocracy, Gallup Volume 23, No.1

135

Stapleton, Darwin H.(Research Note) Holdings in Early American Technology (ATO 1850) at American Philsophical Library, 1982 Vol. 23

136

Constant, Ed, "Scientific Theory & Technological Testability, " 1983 January, Volume 24, No.1

137

Guilmartin, John F. "Guns of the Santissimo Sacremento," 1983 April

138

White, John H. "The California State Railroad Museum: A Louvre for Locomotives," 1983 October

139

January 1984 Volume 25, No. 1.

140

MacKenzie, Donald. "Marx and the Machines", 1984 January

141

Boyer, Marjorie. "Resistance to Technological Innovation: History of the Pile Driver Through the 18th Century," Vol. 25 No. 4., 1984 October

142

Reuss, Martin. "Andrew A. Humphries and the Development of Hydraulic Engineering: Politics and Technology in the Army" -- Buchanan, R.A.Conference Report "Energy in History: The Topicality of the History of Technology -- ICOHTEC Symposium"

143

Pershey, Edward J. "Life and Times in Silk City"

144

Hoy, Suellen. "The Public Health, the Garbage Disposer and the Good Life"

144

McGaw, Judith. "Accounting for Innovation: Technological Change and Business Practices in the Berkshire County Paper Industry"

145

Workman, Michael. "The Artifact as Evidence: So What?" National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C., 1984 November

145

Hein, Virginia. "Interface '84: Humanities and Technology -- Atlanta, Georgia, 1984 October

146

Lukasiewicz, Julius. "Canada's Encounter with High-Speed Aeronautics"

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Ovitt, George. "Early Christian Attitudes Toward Manual Labor", 1986 October

147

Kemp, Louis Ward. "Esthetes and Engineers: Highway Design as Occupational Ideology"

148

Lankton and Martin. "Technological Advance, Organizational Structure and Underground Totalities in Upper Michigan Copper Mines"

148

Cutcliffe, Stephen. April 1987 Bibliography (1985). July 1987 Organizational Notes

149

Holley, I.B. "A Detroit Dream of Mass-Produced Fighter Aircraft: The XP-75 Fiasco"

150

Hyde, Charles. "Streamlining America,'"an exhibit at Henry Ford Museum Dearborn, Michigan

150

Staudenmaier, John. "The Giant Awakens: Revising H. Ford's History Book." Lewis, W. David and Trimble, William, undated

151

Lytle S. Adams, Apostle of Non-Stop Airmail Pickup"

152

Meiskins, Peter. "The Revolt of the Engineers "Reconsidered"

152

Carlson, W. Bernard. "Academic Entrepreneurship and Engineering Education: Dugald C. Jackson and the MIY-GE"

152

Volume 29 No. 4, Index to Volume 29, 1988 October

153

Volume 30 No. 1, Introduction: Irish, Kranzberg, Mancott (Condit Bibilography), 1989 April

154

Sanabria, Sergio. "From Gothic to Renaissance Stereotomy: The Designs Method of P. Del 'Orme and A de Vandelvira"

155

Oertling, Thomas. Cover Design "A Suction Pump from an Early 16th Century Shipwreck"

155

Neushol, Peter. "Seaweed for War: CA's World War I Kelp Industry, Index to Vol. 30, 1984 October

156

Vol.ume 31, No. 1, Konvitz, Josef: Rose, Mark: Tarr, Joel. "Technology and the City", 1990

157

Table of Contents, Bibliography (Lowood), Micsell. Neufeld, Michael. "Weimar Culture and Futuristic Technology: The Rocketry and Space Flight fad in Germany 1923-1933", 1990 July

158

Norberg, Arthur. "Punched Card Machinery and the Spread of Mechanical Computation in Business and Government

159

Fitzgerald, Deborah Review Essay "History of Technology In American Agriculture", 1991 January

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Volume 32, No. 2, Strange, Anthony. "Canada's Mines Branch and Its Synthetic Fuels Program for Energy Independence", 1991

160

Muendel, John. "The Internal Functions of a 14th Century Flour Factory"

161

Thomson, Ross. "Crossover Inventors and Technological Linkages: American Shoemaking and the Economy 1848-1901"

161

MacLeod, Christine. "The Paradoxes of Patenting: Invention and Its Diffusion 18-19th century Britain, France and North America", 1992 January

162

Volume 33 No. 2, Law, John. "The Olympus 320 Engine: A Case Study in Design, Development and Organizational Control", 1992

163

Mathies, Andrea. "Medieval Treadwheels: The Artists View of Building Construction"

164

Hamlin, Christopher. "Edwin Chadwick and the Engineers, 1842-1854: Systems and Anti-Systems in the Sewers War"

164

Book Reviews, Index, Volume 33, 1992 October

165

Vol. 34 No. 1. Ford, Peter. "Charles S. Storrow, Civil Engineer, A Case...", 1993

166

Volume 34, No.2. Jackson, Donald C., Engineering in the Progressive Era", 1993

167

Volume 34, No. 3 -- Index 34, 1993 October

168

Table of contents, miscellaneous. Rolando, Victor: Cover Design "Loading Charcoal at Danby Station, Vermont", 1994 January

169

Servos, John W. "Changing Partners: The Mellon Institute, Private Industry and the Federal Patron"

170

Greenberg, Brian. "Who's in Charge?" A Report from the History of Technology's "Dark Side"

170

Awards Organizational Notes. Technology and Culture printer's proofs, 1994 July

171

Table of Contents Miscellaneous. Hong, Sungook: Marconi and the Maxwellians: The Origins of Wireless Telegraphy Revisted", 1994 October

172

Hacker, Barton C. "Military Institutions, Weapons and Social Change: Toward a New History of Military Technology"

173

 Series 10: Office Business Files, 1983-2007

This series consists of files from the Technology and Culture offices. Many of the files relate to the journal's redesign, editors, and search for a university press to publish the journal.

Box Folder

University of Chicago Press, 1995

189 1

SHOT web site, 1995

189 2

Executive Council Meeting, 1996

189 3

Journal redesign, 1998

189 4

Electronic publishing, 1995

189 5

Mentzer, Joan, 1994

189 6

Editing/proofing, 1983

189 7

University of Chicago Press, 1994-1997

189 8-12

Publisher search, 1997

189 13-15

Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997

189 16

University of Chicago Press, 1996-1997

190 1

Miscellaneous, 1996-1999

190 2

Correspondence (miscellaneous), 1995

190 3

Copy editing, proofreading (freelancers), 1997-1998

190 4

Technology and Cultureforum, 1998

190 5

Assistant editor search, 2005

190 6

Resumes, 2005

190 7

Miscellaneous, 2005-2006

190 8

Miscellaneous, 2006 June

190 9

Miscellaneous, 2006 October

190 10

Issues, miscellaneous, 2007 January

190 11

Issues, miscellaneous, 2007 April

190 12

Issue, October 2007

191 1

Issue, 2007

191 2

Issue, 2008 April

191 3

Issue, 2008 January

191 4

Issue, 2008 July

191 5

Issue, 2008 October

191 6

Issue, 2009 January

191 7

Issue, 2009 April

191 8

Issue, 2009 January

191 9

Issue, 2009 October

191 10

Issue, 2005 July

192 1

Issue, 2005 October

192 2

Issue, 2006 January

192 3

Issue, 1996 October

192 4

Current bibliography, 1996

192 5

Issue, 1996 July

192 6-8

Issue, 1996 April

192 9-10

Issue, 1997 January

192 11-14

Issue (gender)

192 15-17

Issue, 1997 July

192 18-21

Issue, 1997 April

192 22-24

Issue, 1997 October

192 25-26

Issue, 1998 January

192 27

Issue, 1998 April

192 28-29

Issue, 1998 July

192 30-31

Issue, 1999 July

192 32-33

Issue, 1999 October

192 34

Issue, 2005 April

192 35