             
BOX 1 
Diary,
1889


Diary kept while See was professor of mathematics in the
navy. 
BOX 1 
1899

BOX 16 
Family
Correspondence,
18981940


Letters sent and received. 

Arranged chronologically. 
BOX 1 
18981908

BOX 2 
19081909

BOX 3 
19091913

BOX 4 
19141918

BOX 5 
19191940

BOX 6 
Undated

BOX 739 
General
Correspondence,
18871960


Letters sent and received. 

Arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically therein. 
BOX 7 
1887, V1897, L 
BOX 8 
1897, L1898, M 
BOX 9 
1898, Mc1899, B 
BOX 10 
1899, C1900, H 
BOX 11 
1900, I1901, L 
BOX 12 
1901, M1902, S 
BOX 13 
1902, T1903, M 
BOX 14 
1903, N1905, L 
BOX 15 
1905, M1906, W 
BOX 16 
1907, AW 
BOX 17 
1908, AY 
BOX 18 
1909, AMc 
BOX 19 
1909, N1910, B 
BOX 20 
1910, CY 
BOX 21 
1911, AP

BOX 22 
1911, R1912, N 
BOX 23 
1912, P1913, R 
BOX 24 
1913, S1914, T 
BOX 25 
1914, U1915, W 
BOX 26 
1916, A 1917, H 
BOX 27 
1917, J1918, Z 
BOX 28 
1919, A1920, W 
BOX 29 
1921, A1922, G 
BOX 30 
1922, H1923, H 
BOX 31 
1923, IW 
BOX 32 
1924, AZ 
BOX 33 
1925, A1926, D 
BOX 34 
1926, E1927, K 
BOX 35 
1927, L1928, N 
BOX 36 
1928, O1929, S

BOX 37 
1929, T1939, R 
BOX 38 
1940, N1960, N 
BOX 39 
Undated and unidentified

BOX 40112 
Speech,
Article, and Book File


Handwritten, typewritten, nearprint, and printed copies of
speeches, articles, and books. 

Arranged by type of material. 
BOX 4041 
Speeches 
BOX 42 
Articles 
BOX 43 
Berlin University, Berlin,
Germany; thesis 
BOX 43 
“Brief Biography and Popular
account of the Unparalleled Discoveries of T. J. J. See” 
BOX 43 
Copernicus 
BOX 4449 
New Theory of the Aether

BOX 5052 
Planetary System 
BOX 5354 
Popular Cosmogony 
BOX 55 
Popular Geogony 
BOX 5657 
Researches on evolution of
stellar systems 
BOX 58 
Researches on red
shift 
BOX 5988 
Wavetheory 
BOX 89112 
Miscellaneous
writings 
BOX 113127 
Miscellany


Bills, receipts, newspaper clippings, printed matter, photographs,
and miscellaneous papers. 

Arranged by type of material. 
BOX 113115 
Bills and receipts 
BOX 116 
Einstein, Albert,
controversy 
BOX 117120 
Newspaper clippings and printed
matter 
BOX 121122 
Photographs and prints

BOX 123127 
Miscellaneous papers

BOX OV 128OV 129 
Scrapbooks (Oversize),
circa 18921902


Articles, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia. 

Arranged chronologically in two overlapping volumes. 
BOX OV 128OV 129 
circa 18961902

BOX 130133 
Addition,
19091940


Mainly writings by See, particularly relating to his book WaveTheory, and some correspondence and miscellany. 

Organized by type of material and title of work or chapter
therein. 
BOX 130 
Correspondence, magazine
publishers,
1909, Jan.

BOX 130 
Writings 
BOX 130 
Articles 
BOX 130 
“The Cause of Temporary
Stars as Inferred from Their Observed Distribution Relative to the Plane of the
Milky Way” 
BOX 130 
“Elements and Corresponding
Tables for the Resulting Terrestrial Spheroid” 
BOX 130 
“Postscript of the
Exhaustive Memoir on the Change in the Color of Sirius,”
1940

BOX 130 
“Researches in the
Electrodynamic WaveTheory of the Aether” 
BOX 130 
“Retrospectives Relative to
the Resonance Cleste, Especially, and its Miraculous Discovery,”
1945

BOX 130 
“Whittaker’s Special
Solution of Universal Validity” 
BOX 130 
Books 
BOX 130 
Light

BOX 130 
Vol. I, 1933, Nov.1934,
Jan. 
BOX 130 
Vol. II, 1934, Jan.Feb.

BOX 131 
Theory of the Aether, Vol. II 
BOX 131 
Chapter I, Demonstrated
Dynamical Theory of the Aether Stresses in All Directions about a Pair of
Binary Stars, Based on the Composition of WaveRotations 
BOX 131 
Chapter II, For Magnetic
Attraction with Opposite Poles, the General Theory of the Contraction of the
Aether Is Everywhere Verified 
BOX 131 
Chapter III, The
WaveTheory of the Dynamo, and the Related Problems of Induction in a Magnetic
Field, with More General Analysis of the Wave Conditions Underlying Attraction
and Repulsion 
BOX 131 
Chapter IV, Analytical
Theory of the Magnetic Induction Generated by the Earth’s Rotation in the
Sun’s Powerful Magnetic Field 
BOX 131 
Chapter V, The WaveField
of Universal Gravitation Analyzed under the Dynamical Principles of Natural
Philosophy 
BOX 131 
Chapter VI, Investigation
of the Physical cause Underlying Laplace’s Laws, for the Motions of
Jupiter’s Satellites 
BOX 131 
Chapter VII, Further
Examination of the Theory of Surfaces: Application of the Theory to the
Equipotential Surfaces about Stars and Binary Systems 
BOX 131 
Chapter VIII, On the Use of
the Theory of Curved Surfaces, Closed about Matter in the Case of Equipotential
Surfaces 
BOX 131 
WaveTheory

BOX 131 
Book I 
BOX 131 
Chapter IX,
Investigation of the Curvature of Orthogonal Lines Upon a Surface, Leading to a
Celebrated Formula of Lame, with Demonstration of Several Other Theorems Useful
in Geometry and the Physics of the Aether 
BOX 131 
Chapter X, Investigation
of the Curvature of Orthogonal Trajectories Upon the Sphere, with Outline of
the General Theory of Geodesic Curvature 
BOX 131 
Chapter XI, Theory of
Evolutes and Involutes with Radius of Curvature for Ellipse, Parabola,
Hyperbola, Epicycloid, Gycloid, and Any Roulette Surface Envelope of
Osculationg Planes 
BOX 131 
Chapter XII, Theory of
Radius of Curvature for Curves of Double Curvature and of the Principal Normal,
with Calculation of the second Curvature, the Angle Formed by Two Near Normals
and of their minimum Distance 
BOX 131 
Chapter XIII, Theory of
the Osculating Sphere, and of Curved Surfaces, Normal Sections 
BOX 131 
Chapter XIV, Theory of
the Curvature of Surfaces Along Oblique Sections, in the Case of Curves of
Double Curvature: Applications to the Figures of the Planets, with Direct
Geometrical Demonstration of the General Laws of Curvature 
BOX 131 
Chapter XV, The Study of
Normals to a Common Surface 
BOX 131 
Chapter XVI, General
Theory of Lines of Curvature and of Orthogonal Surfaces 
BOX 132 
Chapter XVII, Theory of
the Line or Curvature Applied to Certain Cases 
BOX 132 
Chapter XVIII, Conclusion
Respecting Equipotential Surfaces, Especially the Orthogonal Surfaces Formed by
the Confocal Conics, Namely the Series of Ellipsoids and Hyperboloids, Actually
Arising in the Physical Theory of the Aether, and Involving a Doubly Infinite
InterPenetration Throughout all Space 
BOX 132 
Chapter XIX, Summary of
the Direct and Simple Criteria for Establishing the Aeolotrophy of the Aether
and the Cause of Gravitation 
BOX 132 
Chapter XX, The Dynamics
of the WaveTheory: Especially the Analytical Theory of Confocal Conics, as
Orthogonal Surfaces. With complete Illustration of Stresses on the
Infinitesimal EllipsoidalHyperboloidal Parallelopipedons of the Aether between
these Equipotential Surfaces 
BOX 132 
Chapter XXI,
Infinitesimal Analysis for the Block of Aether Cut out by the Variations of the
Confocal Conics: Defined by the Analytical Properties of Certain Surfaces

BOX 132 
Chapter XXII, Theory of
Geodesic Lines, Geodesic Curvature, and of the Total Curvature of a Surface, as
Defined by Gauss 
BOX 132 
Chapter XXIII, Theory of
Surfaces Applicable to One Another with Certain Concluding Theorems on Geodesic
Curvatures 
BOX 132 
Chapter XXIV, Summary of
the Chief Conclusions to Be Drawn from the Theory of Surfaces 
BOX 132 
Book VI, Applied to
Gauss’ Theory of Terrestrial Magnetism as a Means of Discovery,
1936, Apr.

BOX 132 
Book VIII, The Forces of
Nature 
BOX 132 
Book IX, Part I, Discovery
of the Cause of Gravitation 
BOX 132 
Book X 
BOX 132 
Applied to the Heavens
Generally,
1932

BOX 133 
Introductory Notice of
the Recent Development,
1945

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