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  • "Professional and research papers including correspondence, research notes and notebooks, grant proposals, license agreements, patents, apparatus designs, papers, talks, articles, minutes, teaching materials, lecture notes, scientific reprints, and photographs. The years from receipt of the Nobel Prize (1952) to his death (1983) are most heavily documented. Of note are correspondence while director of CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), 1953-55; minutes and correspondence pertaining to the Stanford Linear Accelerator and the Department of Physics; reports of research submitted to the Office of Naval Research, 1946-73; and papers during his presidency of the American Physical Society, 1965."