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Jerome Karle Papers, 1912-2009 (continued)
BOX 222-318 Organizations and Institutions, 1941-2009
The Organizations and Institutions subseries documents Karle’s professional memberships, appointments, involvement in numerous crystallography organizations, and his career as an administrator at NRL, mostly from his appointment as chief scientist within the Laboratory for the Structure of Matter in 1968 through his retirement in 2009. The NRL materials include program reviews, progress reports, proposals, and performance evaluations. The subseries focuses mostly on Karle’s role as administrator at NRL, with research conducted under the auspices of the laboratory filed elsewhere throughout the series where appropriate. Karle held various leadership positions in many national and international crystallography organizations, most notably the International Union of Crystallographers, the American Crystallographic Association, and the United States of America Committee for Crystallography. The bulk of the files in this subseries details his roles within these organizations in the 1970s and 1980s. Karle was also active in general science organizations, most notably the National Academy of Sciences, the files of which focus mostly on his involvement on the Committee on Human Rights, 1991-1997, and as chair of the chemistry section, 1988-1991. Other notable organizations where he was involved on a wider level in affecting national science policy include the International Council of Scientific Unions, the National Research Council, and the National Science Foundation. The subseries also details his involvement on boards and committees at his various alma maters including City College of New York, the University of Michigan, and Abraham Lincoln High School in New York City. There are no files from his time as a student at these institutions. Files related to his involvement with the NATO Advanced Study Institute can be found in the Collaborations series.
Material types include meeting minutes, agendas, notes, correspondence, proposals, conference programs, performance evaluations, itineraries, personnel actions, reports, newsletters, financial documents, ballots, press releases, and presentations. Some textual materials are in digital formats.
Arranged alphabetically by name of organization or institution. The file structure of the digital content maintained as received.
BOX 222 Abraham Lincoln High School, New York, N.Y., 1985-2005
BOX 222 American Academy of Achievement, 1992-2000
BOX 222 American Chemical Society, 1946-1947, 1984, 1993-1998
BOX 222 American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, 1988-2001, 2008-2009
(2 folders)
BOX 223 American Crystallographic Association
BOX 223 Busing, William, correspondence, 1970-1971
BOX 223 Chronological file, 1944-1972
(6 folders)
BOX 224 Chronological file, 1972-1988, 2000-2005
(4 folders)
BOX 224 Fankuchan Award, 1973
BOX 224 Finances, 1941-1949
BOX 225 Job descriptions, 1973-1974
BOX 225 Joint Committee on Powder Diffraction Standards, 1972
BOX 225 Meetings and workshops, 1946-1948, 1959-1968
(3 folders)
BOX 226 Meetings and workshops, 1969-1974
(8 folders)
BOX 227 Meetings and workshops, 1974-1982
(10 folders)
BOX 228 Meetings and workshops, 1982-2001
(6 folders)
BOX 229 Meetings and workshops, 2005
BOX 229 Membership directory, 1997
BOX 229 Newsletters, 1957-1961, 1969-1986
(4 folders)
BOX 230 Newsletters, 1987-2002
(2 folders)
BOX 230 Presidential business, 1971-1972
BOX 230 Stereo projector, 1971-1973
BOX 230 United States of America Committee for Crystallography committee on intercongress meetings, 1971-1973
BOX 230 Warren Award, 1972-1973
BOX 230 American Institute of Physics, 1971-1973
BOX 231 American Institute of Physics, 1972, 1980-1981, 1996-2007
(2 folders)
BOX 231 American Mathematical Society, 1979-1980, 2000-2003
BOX 231 American Philosophical Society, 1990-1995
(6 folders)
BOX 232 American Philosophical Society, 1996-2005
(6 folders)
BOX 232 American Physical Society, 1948-2007
BOX 233 American Physical Society, 1993-1999
(2 folders)
BOX 233 American Renaissance in Science Education (ARISE) Board of Advisors, 1995-1999
BOX 233 Andrei Sakharov Institute, 1982-1986
BOX 233 British Crystallographic Association, 1981-1991
(4 folders)
BOX 234 Chemical Heritage Foundation, 1989-2000
BOX 234 ChildRight Worldwide, 1994-1995
BOX 234 City University of New York, City College
BOX 234 Anniversary, 150 years, 1997
BOX 234 Comprehensive Regional Center for Minorities, 1988-1989
(5 folders)
BOX 234 Fall academic convocation, 1979, Oct. 5
BOX 234 Miscellany, 1986-2008
BOX 235 Research Centers in Minority Institutions, 1989-1993
(3 folders)
BOX 235 Council for a Livable World Education Fund, 1990
BOX 235 Crystallographic Society of America, 1950
BOX 235 Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture, 1988-2007
(2 folders)
BOX 236 Federation of American Scientists, 1986-2005
(2 folders)
BOX 236 Institute for Organic Compounds, 1954-1961
BOX 236 International Centre for Scientific Culture, World Laboratory, 1989-1990
BOX 236 International Council for Scientific Development, 1986-1993
BOX 236 International Council for Scientific and Technical Information, 1984
BOX 236 International Council of Scientific Unions See also Container 252, same heading ; See also Container 275, Advisory Committee for the ICSU
BOX 236 Committee on Publications and Communications, 1982-1983
(2 folders)
BOX 237 Committee on Publications and Communications, 1984-1985
BOX 237 Miscellany, 1978-1982
BOX 237 Non discrimination statement, 1987-1988
BOX 237 Publications, 1974, 1981-1985
BOX 237 Symposium on Global Change, Ottawa, Canada, 1984, Sept.
BOX 237 International Society of Quantum Biology, 1982-2000
BOX 237 International Union of Crystallography
BOX 237 Abrahams, S. C., 1982-1987
(2 folders)
BOX 238 Accounts, 1983-1984
BOX 238 Acta Crystallographica, 1948-1991
(4 folders)
BOX 238 Acta Crystallographica subscriptions, 1981-1983
BOX 238 Ad Hoc Committee on the Nomenclature of Disordered, Modulated and Polytypes Structures, 1981-1984
BOX 238 Ad Hoc Committee on the Nomenclature of Symmetry, 1981-1984
BOX 238 Board on International Organizations and Programs, questionnaire, 1978 See also Container 261, Board on International Organizations and Programs
BOX 238 Commission on Biological Macromolecular Crystallography, 1981-1987
BOX 238 Commission on Charge, Spin, and Momentum of Density, 1982-1984
BOX 239 Commission on Crystal Growth, 1981-1984
BOX 239 Commission on Crystallographic Apparatus, 1978-1984
BOX 239 Commission on Crystallographic Computing, 1970-1973, 1981-1984
BOX 239 Commission on Crystallographic Data, 1981-1984
BOX 239 Commission on Crystallographic Nomenclature, 1981-1983
BOX 239 Commission on Crystallographic Studies at Controlled Pressures and Temperatures, 1981-1984
BOX 239 Commission on Crystallographic Teaching, 1981-1984
BOX 239 Commission on Electron Diffraction, 1981-1984
BOX 239 Commission Evaluations, 1985-1987
BOX 239 Commission on International Tables, 1980-1984
BOX 240 Commission on International Tables, 1980-1984
(2 folders)
BOX 240 Commission on Journals, 1978-1986
(3 folders)
BOX 241 Commission on Neutron Diffraction, 1981-1988
BOX 241 Commission on Structural Analysis of Organic and Biologically Active Small Molecules, 1982-1988
BOX 241 Commission on Structure, reports, 1982-1984
BOX 241 Commissions, miscellany, 1978-1988
BOX 241 Committee on Contents of Futures International Tables, 1972, 1979-1981
(2 folders)
BOX 241 Committee on International Union of Crystallographers Statutes and Bylaws, 1991-1995
BOX 241 Computer output, 1983
BOX 241 Congresso Iberoamericano de Cristalographia, Coimbra, Portugal, 1981, Sept. 21-26
BOX 241 Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1982-1984
BOX 241 Databases, 1981-1984
BOX 242 Ejnar Munksgaard (publisher), 1881-1884
(2 folders)
BOX 242 European Crystallographic Committee, 1978-1983
(2 folders)
BOX 242 European Physical Society, 1981
BOX 242 Ewald Prize, 1973, 1985-1994
(2 folders)
BOX 242 Executive Committee meetings, 1978-1979
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