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Edmund C. Berkeley Papers, 1923-1988. Finding Aid.

Summary Information
Title: Edmund C. Berkeley papers
Dates: 1923-1988
Creator: Berkeley, Edmund C. (Edmund Callis).
Extent: 83 boxes (75 cubic feet)
Language: English
Collection Number: CBI 50
Abstract:
Contains correspondence, notes, memoranda, lists, reports, reference material, financial records, publications, posters, advertisements, photographs, and a videotape relating to Edmund Berkeley and Berkeley Enterprises. The earliest records in the collection relate to his insurance work, the applications of symbolic logic and computing machines to business, the formation of the Association for Computing Machinery, and his military service at Dahlgren. Later records focus on the publications and operations of Berkeley Enterprises as well as Berkeley's social activism.

Repository: University of Minnesota Libraries. Charles Babbage Institute.

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The records were given to the Charles Babbage Institute by Berkeley Enterprises, Inc., in cooperation with the Berkeley family.

Copyright:

CBI holds the copyright to all materials in the collection, except for items covered by a prior copyright (such as published materials). Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code).

Preferred Citation:

Edmund C. Berkeley Papers (CBI 50), Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.


Arrangement

The materials in this collection are arranged into the following groups:

  • Numerical Subject Files, 1930-1975
  • Unnumbered Subject Files, 1930, 1943
  • Berkeley Enterprises Publications, Pamphlets, and Books, 1937-1984
  • Berkeley Enterprises Robot Kits and Teaching Machines, undated, circa 1958, circa 1963
  • Photographs and VHS Cassette, undated, 1950, and 1988
  • Social Action Groups, 1955-1972
  • Social Action Groups- Publications, 1958-1969

Biographical Note

Edmund Callis Berkeley received a BA in mathematics and logic from Harvard University in 1930 after which he worked for Mutual Life Insurance of New York as an actuarial clerk. In 1934 he took a position with Prudential Insurance of America where he eventually became chief research consultant. He joined the U. S. Navy in 1942 and worked at Dahlgren Laboratory as a mathematician. There, he was assigned to Howard Aiken's Harvard Laboratory to work on the sequential calculator project (Mark II).

After leaving the Navy in 1946 he returned to Prudential. In 1947 he helped found the Eastern Association for Computing Machinery, renamed the Association for Computing Machinery in 1948, and served as its first secretary. At Prudential Insurance, Berkeley worked on a "hazards project" to identify the greatest modern hazards, and the research convinced Berkeley that nuclear war was the greatest hazard facing mankind. Prudential decided to abandon the project, and forbade Berkeley from working on it even on his own time for fear that it would reflect poorly on the company.

Berkeley felt it was his duty to work against nuclear war and quit Prudential to set up his own business, Berkeley Associates, in 1948. Shortly after the establishment of his company, Berkeley wrote one of the first books on electronic computers for a general audience, Giant Brains, Or Machines That Think (1949), and began research on robotics. He published a quarterly, the Roster of Organizations in the Field of Automatic Computing Machinery, which was soon renamed the Computing Machinery Field, and eventually retitled Computers and Automation. This publication developed into a monthly journal (1951). Berkeley expanded the journal, developed Simon, one of his first robots, and became involved in public education in Newton, Massachusetts. He also set up correspondence courses in general knowledge, mathematics, computers, and logic systems. In 1954, Berkeley Associates incorporated as Berkeley Enterprises, Inc. Most of Berkeley's efforts in publishing, teaching machines, and even his interest in fluoridation was based on the premise that helping the common man to think logically would lead to the end of the nuclear threat.

Berkeley Enterprises employed the talents of a number of individuals, some of whom later gained importance in the computer and other fields. The most notable of these was Patrick J. McGovern, Berkeley's office manager, who eventually founded International Data Corporation (IDC). Researchers should note that not all of the names associated with Berkeley Enterprises were real individuals. Berkeley wrote and published under several pseudonyms, such as Neil D. MacDonald.

Berkeley explored different avenues to supplement his finances. He wrote articles and gave talks, did actuarial consulting, worked part time as consultant for Information International, Inc., particularly for the Navy's HUMRRO project on computer-assisted explanation and LISP. In addition, he reviewed books for the Library of Science series, marketed his books, robots (Brainiacs, Tyniacs and Geniacs), and teaching machines. He continued to write books on computers, logic, and learning.

Berkeley was active in the peace movement and in 1958 became involved with the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE) led by Norman Cousins. The 1960 controversy over possible communists in the organization is well reflected in correspondence between Berkeley, Norman Cousins, and Linus Pauling. Berkeley published the Greater Boston Area SANE Newsletter, and later the Newsletter for The Boston Committee for Disarmament and Peace. He wrote numerous articles, letters to the editor, and letters to members of government. He was also active in speaking on disarmament and publicizing events of the peace movement.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Berkeley papers contain correspondence, notes, memoranda, lists, reports, reference material, financial records, publications, and photographs relating to Edmund C. Berkeley and Berkeley Enterprises. The earliest records in the collection relate to his insurance work, the applications of symbolic logic and computing machines to business, the formation of the Association for Computing Machinery, and his military service at Dahlgren. Later records focus on the publications and operations of Berkeley Enterprises, as well as Berkeley's social activism.

While the collection reflects Berkeley's eclectic interests, there are a few subjects that are prominent, such as robotics, social action groups of the 1960s, mathematical and logic games, and computing. Material relating to robotics and teaching machine development at Berkeley Enterprises includes notes, manual drafts, circuit diagrams, and correspondence on development and sales, as well as a few examples of the robot kits and teaching machines sold by the company. The day-to-day business of Berkeley Enterprises is also well documented through memos, financial records, and correspondence. There are some book drafts and a preponderance of background research material. LISP files contain manual drafts and computer printouts, but little correspondence.

Berkeley's interest in social action is demonstrated in files containing information on approximately 175 different organizations including files on SANE that document the growth of and relationship between peace groups in the 1960s. The photographs are largely of Berkeley, computing machines and components, and robots. The videotape was produced by the ACM in 1988 and features an interview of Berkeley.

Correspondents of note include Patrick J. McGovern, Norman Cousins, Linus Pauling, Corliss Lamont, Ivan Sutherland, Menachem S. Arnoni, Ivan Borisov, Svet Lavrov, Florence Luscomb, Hyman Ruchlis, and Richard Ruopp.

In the container list, "C & A" is Computers and Automation, "BE" is Berkeley Enterprises, and "ECB" is Edmund C. Berkeley.

The bulk of the collection is Edmund Berkeley's chronologically arranged numerical subject files. Dates in the Numerical Subject Files reflect the date of filing rather than date of contents, although they generally correlate with each other. The original folder headings have been retained in the list; an elaboration is provided in parentheses when appropriate. This series contains a wide array of material, including correspondence, memos, notes, publications, articles, and sometimes even artifacts.

These categories were subdivided numerically, and some further subdivided numerically or alphabetically.

Around 1953 he revised this system and simply used consecutive numbers as new subjects were filed. This leads to some confusion, particularly with his use of hyphenated numbers that appear on the file folders. In many cases users of this collection must check two possible number combinations for the same subject (e.g. the subject of 4-11 is similar to 411). However, the use of hyphens is not consistent; for example, while 4-11 is similar to 411, 4-12 is not similar to 412. In the former case, users should check classification number 4 (mathematics and symbolic logic) and 411 (symbolic logic and boolean algebra in accounting.

The number "8" was used to denote "supply file" (i.e. copies of an item reproduced for distribution). In the early years, memos and reports for Prudential were the only items to use this category, and the numbers following the "8" were consecutive by date of production. Later, there were memos and reports on almost every subject, and the number following the "8" denoted the subject. Most of the Prudential memos and reports were filed as "#8" ; later materials have been filed under the second number (e.g., #8-108 is under #108). The number "5" was used to designate notes. When the "5" is followed by a dash and another number (e.g., 5-10), the materials have been filed under the second number, which denotes the subject.

Often Berkeley used letters to denote subcategories, but his use of them was very inconsistent. Some numbers were used for two different subjects, and these subjects are listed separately under the number.

Subject Terms
Index Terms
  • This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
  • Arnoni, M. S.
  • Berkeley, Edmund C. (Edmund Callis).
  • Cousins, Norman.
  • Luscomb, Florence, 1887-
  • Pauling, Linus, 1901-
  • Ruchlis, Hyman.
  • Ruopp, Richard.
  • Association for Computing Machinery.
  • Berkeley Enterprises.
  • Prudential Insurance Company of America.
  • SANE, Inc.--Periodicals.
  • Computers and automation.
  • Computers: their operation and applications.
  • Antinuclear movement--United States.
  • Automation--Periodicals.
  • Computer industry--Societies, etc.
  • Computers.
  • Computers--History.
  • Computers--Periodicals.
  • Nuclear disarmament.
  • Peace movements--United States.
  • Robotics--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Robotics--Research.
  • Social action--United States.
  • Toward a sane nuclear policy.
  • Sane-USA.
  • Sane world.
Box and Folder List
 Location  Title
 
Numerical Subject Files, 1930-1975 
Box 1
Actuaries Club of Boston, 1937. (#2) Box 1, Folder 1
Note [correspondence, notes]
Box 77
Financial--bank accounts, employee taxes, bills owed. (#3) Box 77
Box 1
Mathematics and symbolic logic, circa 1930-1968. (#4) Box 1, Folder 2-55
Box 2
Mathematics and symbolic logic, circa 1930-1968. (#4) Box 2, Folder 1-21
Note [notes, memos, correspondence and Prudential reports on Boolean algebra, statal algebra, symbolic logic, etc.]
 
Notes-general, 1947-1965. (#5) Box 2, Folder 22-53
Note [notes from classes with Rudolf Flesch, Rosenberg and others, notes on economics, speed words, office operations, and other topics, including sociology course taken in Moscow]
 
Plans for work, 1937-1968. (#6) Box 2, Folder 54-68
Box 3
Plans for work, 1937-1968. (#6) Box 3, Folder 1-16
Note [lists of jobs to complete and time records on work done]
 
Religion, 1966. (#7) Box 3, Folder 17
Note [correspondence with Rev. Harding]
 
Reports & articles, 1930-1955. (#8) Box 3, Folder 18-61
Box 4
Reports & articles, 1930-1955. (#8) Box 4, Folder 1-11
Note [memos & reports written for Prudential, Actuaries Club of New York Intercompany Study Committee reports, articles by Hugo Wright, notes and materials from classes by Quine on logic and by Schrimpf on electronic computers, and James the intelligent robot]
 
Filing systems and codes, circa 1929-1967. (#9) Box 4, Folder 12-23
Note [codes for filing and work tasks, file location sketches]
 
Games and general reference on games, 1935-1969. (#10) Box 4, Folder 24-39
 
Notes, 1923, 1966. (#11) Box 4, Folder 40-41
Note [rock types, foreign travels]
 
Parodies, spoofs, and humor, 1929-1961. (#12) Box 4, Folder 42-44
 
LISP, 1964-1970. (#20) Box 4, Folder 45-68
Box 5-6
LISP, 1964-1970. (#20) Box 5-6
Box 7
LISP, 1964-1970. (#20) Box 7, Folder 1-4
Note [notes from Dan Bobrow class, articles, memos, correspondence and computer printouts on LISP and Miniature LISP (LIMP) Primer development by ECB and Mike Levin]
 
Society of Actuaries, 1964. (#21) Box 7, Folder 5-6
Note [notes, articles, charter]
 
LISP thesaurus, 1968. (#24) Box 7, Folder 7
Note [notes, report segment]
 
Check questions for improvement of quality & production, 1941. (#26) Box 7, Folder 8
Note [memos about decision making]
 
Laboratory of Advertising Performance reports, 1953. (#30) Box 7, Folder 9
 
Teaching machines, esp. Brainiac, 1960-1967. (#33) Box 7, Folder 10-61
Box 8
Teaching machines, esp. Brainiac, 1960-1967. (#33) Box 8, Folder 1-23
Note [correspondence, reports, notes, memos, circuit sketches, advertising promotions, manuals, including Teaching Machines, Programmed Learning and Automatic Teaching Computers, photos]
 
Mathematics and logic, 1942-1958. (#35) Box 8, Folder 24-27
Note [Advanced Punch Card Operations class, Kalin-Burkhart logical truth calculator, Methods Division Course, SEAC, electronic juggler, Computer Control Math Services booklets]
Box 79
Assignments and practice exercises, 1942. (#36) Box 79, Folder 6
Note [notes about use of automated information machinery]
Box 8
Giant Brains business records, 1947-1967. (#40) Box 8, Folder 28-51
 
Reports for Prudential; costs of computer applications in business, 1947-1948. (#41) Box 8, Folder 52-56
Note [index, reports, memos, attached correspondence]
 
ACM and other computer societies, 1947-1978. (#47) Box 8, Folder 57-59
Box 9
ACM and other computer societies, 1947-1978. (#47) Box 9, Folder 1-58
Box 10
ACM and other computer societies, 1947-1978. (#47) Box 10, Folder 1-3 A
Note [minutes, reports, papers, notices, ACM social responsibility committee records and correspondence]
 
Reports written for Prudential, 1947. (#48) Box 10, Folder 3B-6
Note [index, reports, memos, attachments, on applications of science to business]
 
Computer Revolution, 1961-1966. (#49) Box 10, Folder 7-10
Note [outline, correspondence, royalty statement]
 
Probability and Statistics kits, 1962-1963. (#51) Box 10, Folder 11-18
Note [Science Materials Center correspondence]
 
Computers and Automation business records, 1954-1971. (#52) Box 10, Folder 19-75
Box 11
Computers and Automation business records, 1954-1971. (#52) Box 11
Box 12
Computers and Automation business records, 1954-1971. (#52) Box 12, Folder 1-14
Note [correspondence, glossary lists, circulation statistics and analyses, C & A promotional mailings, Who's Who in Computers production records]
 
Fastline monthly (Ted Webster)/IDC lawsuit and settlement, IDC/IBM lawsuit and settlement, 1956-1964. (#58) Box 12, Folder 15-19
 
Office operations, 1956-1969. (#59) Box 12, Folder 20-84
Note [coding keys, exercises for and draft of Telling True From False]
Box 13
Prudential, "hazards" project, 1946-1957. (#62) Box 13, Folder 1-40
 
Computers: Their Operation and Applications, 1954-1965. (#64) Box 13, Folder 41-52
Box 14
Computers: Their Operation and Applications, 1954-1965. (#64) Box 14, Folder 1-25
Note [drafts, notes, correspondence]
 
Electrical parts (switches, relays), 1956. (#65) Box 14, Folder 26
Note [invoices]
 
Harry Walen's book -- Family Travel Camper, 1953-1964. (#67) Box 14, Folder 27-45
Note [correspondence, drafts, final copy]
 
United Life/Peerless Casualty consulting job, 1953-1967. (#68) Box 14, Folder 46-54
Note [notes, computations, correspondence, reports]
 
Passaconaway Civic Association, 1953-1964. (#69) Box 14, Folder 55-67
Note [original organizational questionnaire, correspondence, minutes, newsletter]
 
Lists of current projects and codes, 1956-1957. (#71) Box 14, Folder 68-71
 
Electronic automobile, 1956. (#76) Box 14, Folder 72-74
Note [proposals and reports for Sylvania Electric, including Alec--the Electronic Reporter]
 
Mathematics in an Era of Automation, 1956-1963. (#77) Box 14, Folder 75-83
Note [drafts, outlines, correspondence]
 
Electric Games Co., 1956. (#78) Box 14, Folder 84
Note [consultant work for, and correspondence with Jim Prentice]
 
Mailing list business (J1), 1959-1967. (#79) Box 14, Folder 85-89
Note [accounting records]
Box 15
Berkeley Enterprises, corporate structure, 1946-1956. (#80) Box 15, Folder 1-16
Note [resignation from Prudential, statement of purpose for Berkeley Associates, prospectus for Berkeley Enterprises, list of projects underway]
 
BE financial reports, 1955-1968. (#83) Box 15, Folder 17-61
Note [accounts payable & receivable]
 
Articles & lectures, 1936-1973. (#86) Box 15, Folder 62-90
Box 16-17
Articles & lectures, 1936-1973. (#86) Box 16-17
Note [drafts, critiques, correspondence]
Box 18
Hiring employees, circa 1956-1968. (#87) Box 18, Folder 1-9
Note [position descriptions, aptitude tests]
 
Brainiac kits (K 18) business and robot car, 1957-1967. (#89) Box 18, Folder 10-22
Note [proposals, correspondence, advertisements, invoices]
 
C & A database (J6), 1968. (#90) Box 18, Folder 23-25
Note [correspondence about setting up data base]
 
Language, Ideas and Computers, 1936-1967. (#92) Box 18, Folder 26-68
Note [notes, correspondence, and computer printouts on computer explanation and University of Toronto conversation problem, writings on logic and explanation, vocabulary studies]
Box 19
Library of Computer and Information Sciences, 1964-1968. (#94) Box 19, Folder 1-29
Note [correspondence, especially with Herb Nagourney, drafts for reviewers' Guide, advertisement mailings]
 
Teaching machine kit, Herb Nagourney 1962-1963. (#95) Box 19, Folder 30-42
Note [correspondence, status reports, reviews of books, and advertisements]
 
Science Materials Center, Hy Ruchils 1959-1967. (#96) Box 19, Folder 43-85
Box 20
Science Materials Center, Hy Ruchils 1959-1967. (#96) Box 20, Folder 1-29
Note [correspondence, notes, and circuit diagrams regarding development of kits, manuals and experiments, and catalogs and advertisements]
 
Dick McLeod of Graphics Arts, 1963-1964. (#97) Box 20, Folder 30-32
Note [correspondence, invoices]
 
China, some Cuba, 1959-1966. (#98) Box 20, Folder 33-41
Note [Letter From China by Anna Louise Strong, China Kit from WILPF correspondence, notes and background literature and clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
General science, 1959-1971. (#99) Box 20, Folder 42-91
Note [notes, correspondence and aphorisms, memos on common sense and mistakes, appendices from General Science and Problem Solving]
 
Correspondence, 1952, 1956, 1958. (#100) Box 20, Folder 92-93
Note [Michael Leyzorek, Eva di Stefano, and T. P. H. Liang correspondence]
Box 21
Krebiozen cancer treatment, 1959-1967. (#102) Box 21, Folder 1-21
Note [correspondence, notes and articles on Krebiozen and other alternative cancer treatments]
 
Prometheus Book Club, 1957-1962. (#103) Box 21, Folder 22-27
Note [ideas for articles for Prometheus Press, especially on flights over the Soviet Union by U. S. military, and chapters 3 & 4 from Odyssey of a Citizen]
 
Robots, 1951-1967. (#105) Box 21, Folder 28-85
Box 22
Robots, 1951-1967. (#105) Box 22, Folder 1-30
Note [correspondence, memos, accounting records, and notes on the development and marketing of small robots, including Relay Moe, Franken, Tit-Tat-Toe Machine, Test Your Nerve Machine, Simon, and mechanical brain kits. Also includes schematics for Magnum Drum storage and some robots, correspondence, and accounting records for rental and exhibition of machines, photos]
 
Newton Junior College, 1959-1967. (#106) Box 22, Folder 31-40
Note [talks given, correspondence with Walter Taylor and Greenfield Community College]
 
Plants, 1944-1969. (#107) Box 22, Folder 41-81
Note [correspondence and notes about growing plants, Brooklyn Botanic Garden]
 
Possible articles for C & A, 1958-1968. (#108) Box 22, Folder 82-97
Box 23
Possible articles for C & A, 1958-1968. (#108) Box 23, Folder 1-43
Note [correspondence, articles and notes on various topics, including ACM One Day Symposium, 1963]
 
Odyssey of a Citizen, 1959. (#109) Box 23, Folder 44-45
Note [partial draft, background materials]
 
Guide to Mathematics for the Intelligent Nonmathematician, 1948-1968. (#110) Box 23, Folder 46-66
Box 24
Guide to Mathematics for the Intelligent Nonmathematician, 1948-1968. (#110) Box 24
Box 25
Guide to Mathematics for the Intelligent Nonmathematician, 1948-1968. (#110) Box 25, Folder 1-56
Note [correspondence, notes, drafts and revisions of book]
 
Small computers, especially the Berkeley computer, 1959-1963. (#111) Box 25, Folder 57-60
Note [proposals, agreements and correspondence about project with Bill Rann of King's Green Engineering Co. and Andrew Booth]
 
ACM Working Group on Socially Desirable Applications of Computers, 1959. (#113) Box 25, Folder 61-62
Note [mailing lists, articles and correspondence]
Box 26
Minor consulting jobs, 1949-1958. (#114) Box 26, Folder 1-42
Note [correspondence, reports, depositions, statistical charts and notes for Welbilt Stove, Merganthaler Linotype, Esso, Eschbach, and others]
 
Consulting through Fackler & Co., 1950-1953. (#115) Box 26, Folder 43-47
Note [correspondence, notes and statistical lists]
 
Connell Price & Co., 1950-1952. (#116) Box 26, Folder 48-50
Note [memos on annuity aggregate methods]
 
Electric Games Co., Jim Prentice, 1959. (#117) Box 26, Folder 51
Note [correspondence, notes, and brochures on cooperation in development and marketing of teaching machines and Brainiac]
 
Computer-Assisted Indexing and Computer-Assisted Improvement of Readability, 1976. (#117) Box 26, Folder 52
Note [report to Wiley & Sons]
 
Export efforts for Brainiac, 1959. (#118) Box 26, Folder 53
Note [correspondence with Meccano Ltd.]
 
H-Bomb, book draft, 1950. (#120) Box 26, Folder 54-56
Note [draft of book, correspondence]
 
Math puzzles by ECB, 1950. (#121) Box 26, Folder 57-58
Note [puzzles, notes and correspondence]
 
Ideas, 1950-1951. (#123) Box 26, Folder 59-61
Note [notes on business ideas, including a patent check on a stationery holder]
 
Classification schemes, 1939-1960. (#124) Box 26, Folder 62-72
Note [index to publications that Berkeley authored or distributed, project numbers, and ideas for classification schemes]
Box 27
Cuba, 1961-1964. (#126) Box 27, Folder 1-9
Note [notes, including a discussion with Florence Luscomb, articles, and brochures]
 
Small analogue computer, 1950-1961. (#127) Box 27, Folder 10-14
Note [correspondence, notes, and circuit diagrams]
 
Civil liberties, 1961-1966. (#128) Box 27, Folder 15-38
Note [correspondence, notes, drafts of articles, and clippings on free speech and desegregation]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Boy Scout Troop 16 Committee report, 1954. (#129) Box 27, Folder 39
Note [minutes]
 
"Convincing the Unconvinced," 1960. (#129) Box 27, Folder 40
Note [working file]
 
Digital Computer Techniques course, 1950-1953. (#130) Box 27, Folder 41-49
Note [City College of New York course bulletin, notes, exams, student submissions]
 
Students' files, 1951-1957. (#131) Box 27, Folder 50-68
Box 28
Students' files, 1951-1957. (#131) Box 28, Folder 1-22
Note [course materials, bulletins, forms, correspondence, completed exams, report to State Department of Education, Massachusetts]
 
Course advertisements, legal papers, 1952-1964. (#132) Box 28, Folder 23-32
Note [course materials, bulletins, forms, correspondence, and completed exams]
 
Symbolic logic courses, 1951-1961. (#133) Box 28, Folder 33-43
Note [course materials, bulletins, forms, correspondence, and completed exams]
 
Computing machinery courses, 1951-1961. (#134) Box 28, Folder 44-64
Note [course materials, bulletins, forms, correspondence, and completed exams]
 
Simplac Computer, 1951-1963. (#135) Box 28, Folder 65-81
Box 29
Simplac Computer, 1951-1963. (#135) Box 29, Folder 1-5
Note [correspondence with Michael Platzman, S. J. Booth, and others, notes, accounting records and circuit diagrams]
 
Operation research courses, 1951-1963. (#137) Box 29, Folder 6-20
Note [course materials, bulletins, forms, correspondence, and completed exams]
 
Mathematics courses, 1951-1963. (#138) Box 29, Folder 21-97
Box 30
Mathematics courses, 1951-1963. (#138) Box 30, Folder 1-5
Note [course materials, bulletins, forms, correspondence, completed exams]
 
Language and explanation courses, 1951-1960. (#139) Box 30, Folder 6-11
Note [course materials, forms, correspondence)
 
Symbolic Logic and Intelligent Machines, 1951-1965. (#140) Box 30, Folder 12-26
Note [book drafts and revisions, correspondence, memos, notes, and early sales figures]
 
Fluoridation, 1961-1964. (#141) Box 30, Folder 27-59
Box 31
Fluoridation, 1961-1964. (#141) Box 31, Folder 1-25
Note [Fluoridation and Dental Health Newsletter, records of the Newton Citizens' Committee for Dental Health and the Committee for an American Dental Health Society, correspondence, mailing lists, and background materials]
 
Reading and spelling, 1951. (#143) Box 31, Folder 26
Note [notes, correspondence, Spelling -- A Common-Sense Guide]
 
Gateway to Science, 1955-1956. (#144) Box 31, Folder 27-29
 
Pamphlets and reprints for sale, 1951-1968. (#145) Box 31, Folder 30-69
Box 32
Pamphlets and reprints for sale, 1951-1968. (#145) Box 32, Folder 1-19
Note [correspondence, drafts and accounting records concerning reprints and revisions; draft of Jerome Grossman's book)
 
Application to Harvard for PhD program, 1961. (#146) Box 32, Folder 20
Box 78
Retirement plans for employees. (#147) Box 78
Box 32
Operation Research Group notes, 1952. (#148) Box 32, Folder 21-23
Note [National Research Council on Survival and American Jewish Conference reports, notes, and newspaper clippings]
 
Memos on success, 1962. (#148) Box 32, Folder 24-26
Note [memos on life by Berkeley, and letters from McGovern]
 
Hextat, 1961. (#150) Box 32, Folder 27
Note [correspondence, memos]
 
League Against Slander Project, 1952-1957. (#151) Box 32, Folder 28-44
Note [Correspondence, notes, reports, subscription forms, and materials on Fair Employment Practices Committee]
 
Computers and Automation, 1954-1961. (#152) Box 32, Folder 45-72
Note [editorial and other material, especially on social responsibility, offers to sell C & A]
 
Generic drugs project, 1967. (#153) Box 32, Folder 73
Note [newspaper clippings]
 
Math services proposal, 1961. (#154) Box 32, Folder 74-77
Note [correspondence, memos, notes]
Box 33
Everything in Berkeley Enterprises, 1952-1969. (#155) Box 33
Box 34
Everything in Berkeley Enterprises, 1952-1969. (#155) Box 34, Folder 1-16
Note [advertising galley proofs and correspondence, income and response records, and promotional mailings]
 
Hansen Actuarial Services consulting job, 1962. (#156) Box 34, Folder 17-29
Note [reports, agreements, correspondence]
 
Florence Luscomb, 1961-1963. (#158) Box 34, Folder 30-43
Note [correspondence, notes, reports, postcards, and photos]
 
Travel, especially trip around world, 1962-1968. (#159) Box 34, Folder 44-66
Note [notes and correspondence on vacation and business trips, photos from Japanese conference]
Box 35
U. S. intervention in Vietnam, 1965. (#162) Box 35, Folder 35
Note [correspondence, newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Jews in USSR, 1965. (#163) Box 35, Folder 3
Note [newspaper clippings]
 
Overpopulation problem, 1962. (#166) Box 35, Folder 4
Note [newspaper clippings and Sanger appeal]
 
Reading Reform Foundation, 1962-1968. (#167) Box 35, Folder 5-50
Box 36
Reading Reform Foundation, 1962-1968. (#167) Box 36, Folder 1-5
Note [correspondence, foundation handbook, minutes, bylaws, notes, word and book lists, and materials from Carden Method, Orton Society, Reading Reform Conference materials]
 
Symbolic Logic, Its Applications, and Significance, 1962. (#170) Box 36, Folder 6
Note [outline for Library of Science series]
 
Numbles, 1954-1968. (#175) Box 36, Folder 7-13
Note [puzzles, correspondence]
 
Greeting card project, 1953-1965. (#176) Box 36, Folder 14-27
Note [Personal Christmas Cards manuscript, cards, and correspondence]
 
Kenneth Heuer, 1962. (#177) Box 36, Folder 28
Note [notes and correspondence on books for McMillan]
 
Scrabble, 1954. (#178) Box 36, Folder 30-32
Note [Two Letter Words and Their Definitions, correspondence]
 
Russian correspondence, esp. Ivan Borisov, Svet Lavrov, V. M. Barashenkov, 1954-1968. (#178) Box 36, Folder 33-47
Note [correspondence, notes, Huge Mistakes and Teachable Moments]
 
Oliver Swan of Paul R. Reynolds & Son, 1955-1962. (#179) Box 36, Folder 48-49
Note [ideas on book of fiction using journal, and plans for reprint of Lewis Carroll book]
 
Minority of One, 1961-1967. (#180) Box 36, Folder 50-54
Note [correspondence with Menachem S. Arnoni, articles, newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Minority of One exchange, 1963. (#181) Box 36, Folder 55
Note [correspondence with Arnoni on Minority of One and Boston Committee for Disarmament & Peace mailing list exchange]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Creative Scientific Sales Promotion, 1963. (#182) Box 36, Folder 56
Note [C. R. Daniels, Data Products Corp.]
 
Pergammon Press, 1954, 1963. (#183) Box 36, Folder 57-58
Note [Telling True from False]
 
Research project in logic, 1963. (#184) Box 36, Folder 59-68
Note [exercises for Telling True from False]
 
Greenhouse, 1954-1959. (#185) Box 36, Folder 69-80
Note [correspondence, memos, notes, advertising materials, drawings, and photos]
Box 37
Spelling, 1954-1957. (#186) Box 37, Folder 21-22
Note [notes, word lists, memos, and plans for spelling book)
 
Relay Moe, 1955-1965. (#188) Box 37, Folder 23-31
Note [Tit-Tat-Toe machine, Test Your Nerve Machine, circuit diagrams and descriptions, notes, correspondence]
 
Mechanical Brain machines, 1950-1965. (#189) Box 37, Folder 32-67
Box 38-39
Mechanical Brain machines, 1950-1965. (#189) Box 38-39
Box 40
Mechanical Brain machines, 1950-1965. (#189) Box 40, Folder 1-11
Note [notes, correspondence, circuit diagrams and blueprints, invoices, customer receipts, manuals and drafts, photos, Simon Half, Geniac, Tyniac, Sundorra 21, Brainiacs, Oliver Garfield suit]
 
Henry Allen vs. Security, 1955-1962. (#190) Box 40, Folder 12-25
Note [notes, drafts, manuscript, and background materials including Navy records]
 
"The Prevention of Errors in Computer Applications," 1978. (#190) Box 40, Folder 26
Note [handouts, notes to lecture]
 
Photoelasticity kit, 1963. (#191) Box 40, Folder 27
Note [proposal for kit by Tom Simkins]
 
Better Education From a Scientist's Viewpoint, 1958. (#193) Box 40, Folder 28-34
Note [correspondence, drafts, What the Child Is -- What He Does]
 
Electric Game Co., 1963. (#193) Box 40, Folder 44-52
Note [correspondence with Jim Prentice on programmed learning kits, automatic teaching computer, and accounting records]
 
Reading program, 1955-1966. (#194) Box 40, Folder 53-61
Box 41-42
Reading program, 1955-1966. (#194) Box 41-42
Note [Quality Control Committee reports and minutes, background materials on standards and evaluation in education, drats of educational programs for Newton Public Schools, memos, newspaper clippings, brochures on Haskell Freedman]
Box 43
Cardboard automatic computer, 1955. (#195) Box 43, Folder 1
Note [correspondence, notes, and model]
 
American Pension Conference, 1962. (#196) Box 43, Folder 2
Note [notes with paper on annuity contracts]
 
Sylvania Robot plans, 1956-1967. (#197) Box 43, Folder 3-12
Note [notes, circuit diagrams, descriptions, and correspondence with Mort Kronengold, Juli Skalski, Don Hughes and others]
 
Brandon Applied Systems, Inc., 1964-1969. (#198) Box 43, Folder 13-36
Note [correspondence, notes, Brandon reports and advertising, cooperative mailings, and BE takeover discussions]
 
Famous Writers School, 1963-1964. (#199) Box 43, Folder 37-40
Note [advertising from school]
 
Computer-assisted explanation, 1963-1968. (#201) Box 43, Folder 41-66
Note [consulting for ONR through Information International, Inc., including CAI and LISP book, proposals, reports, memos, notes, and time accounts]
Box 44
Benjamin Gurley's murder, 1963. (#202) Box 44, Folder 1
Note [news clippings on murder of vice president of Information International, Inc.]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Miles M. Dawson & Sons, 1964. (#203) Box 44, Folder 2
Note [correspondence and Actuaries' Club of Boston membership list]
 
Impact of automation on employment, 1963-1966. (#204) Box 44, Folder 3-14
Note [talks, drafts of talks, background information, and correspondence]
 
International Data Corporation, 1964-1967. (#205) Box 44, Folder 15-19
Note [memos, correspondence, IDC promotional materials, staff lists, financial statement, Fastline Monthly]
 
C & A "fulfillment," 1964-1966. (#206) Box 44, Folder 20-29
Note [subscription fulfillment and problems, preparation for ABC audit, and correspondence with Bill McMillan, subscribers]
 
Bread by subscription project, 1964. (#208) Box 44, Folder 30-31
Note [correspondence and recipes]
 
Senator Ed Kennedy, 1968. (#209) Box 44, Folder 32
Note [letter about possible assassination attempts]
 
Poverty, 1964. (#210) Box 44, Folder 33
Note [newspaper clippings and articles]
 
Arthur D. Little, 1964. (#211) Box 44, Folder 34
Note [correspondence and notes on consulting job]
 
ONR information systems research, 1964-1968. (#212) Box 44, Folder 35-55
Note [consulting through Information International, Inc., reports, proposals, for Naval Analysis Group, notes, correspondence with Don Pollock and others, including materials on Second Conference on Research Program Effectiveness]
 
High School debate topic, 1964. (#213) Box 44, Folder 56-57
Note [information requests from students from Boston Committee for Disarmament and Peace]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Spelling, 1964. (#214) Box 44, Folder 58-60
Note [notes and correspondence with Stanley Wolf of McMillan on Spelling -- A Common-Sense Guide, and a report by Wolf)
 
Fred Kirch, 1964. (#216) Box 44, Folder 61
Note [correspondence and memos on promotional mailing of reprints]
Box 45
Computer-assisted explanation, 1966-1971. (#217) Box 45, Folder 1-39
Note [reports, correspondence and notes on explanation for ONR through Information International, Inc. Talks with Dan Bobrow, reports to W. J. Saylor, and computer printouts using Mentor and LISP]
 
Vietnam war protest efforts, 1964-1970. (#218) Box 45, Folder 40-51
Note SEE ALSO Social Action Groups File
Box 46
Vietnam war protest efforts, 1964-1970. (#218) Box 46, Folder 1-68
Note [correspondence, notes, drafts of articles, reprints, newspaper clippings, mailing lists, and other materials]

Note SEE ALSO Social Action Groups File
 
"Measurement," 1964. (#219) Box 46, Folder 69
Note [correspondence about magazine by Milt Aronson]
Box 47
Computer-assisted explanation, re C & A, 1966. (#221) Box 47, Folder 1-3
Note [memos, proposal, and conference agenda]
 
Ed Fredkin's book, 1964-1965. (#222) Box 47, Folder 4-14
Note [notes, memos, outlines, and drafts]
 
Logic and Discovery kit "Telling True from False," 1964-1965. (#224) Box 47, Folder 15-23
Note [originally named Everyday Logic, with notes, correspondence, outlines, drafts, a copy of Brainiac, and Lowry-Lucier reasoning tests]
 
General Science and Problem Solving: Mistakes & How to Prevent Them, 1965-1970. (#225) Box 47, Folder 24-34
Note [proposals, notes, correspondence with Don Pollock, Bob Taylor and others on book based on research at ONR]
 
Joe Weizenbaum's computer conversation, 1965. (#227) Box 47, Folder 35
Note [computer printout]
 
Hexstat royalties, 1965. (#228) Box 47, Folder 36
Note [correspondence and copy of contract]
 
"True from False in Vietnam," 1965. (#229) Box 47, Folder 37
Note [correspondence, memos, and notes on idea for Viet Nam Inquirer, copy of Viet Report]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Computer Assisted Documentation, 1968-1969. (#230) Box 47, Folder 38-57
Note [simulator-analyzer, ONR contract through III, computer printouts, reports, notes, correspondence, discussions with Ed Fredkin, Lowell Hawkinson, and book orders]
 
Dag Hammarskjold, 1965. (#231) Box 47, Folder 58
Note [Look article and requests for reference sources in Markings]
 
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1965. (#232) Box 47, Folder 59
Note [correspondence with Donald Hunt on donation of small robot, includes Small Robots -- Report]
 
Pollution, smoking, and health, 1967-1968. (#234) Box 47, Folder 60-64
Note [newspaper clippings, reprint, and pamphlets]
Box 48
Urban problems, 1965. (#235) Box 48, Folder 1
Note [newsletter and newspaper clippings]
 
Dominican Republic, 1965. (#236) Box 48, Folder 2
Note [radio program, news releases, and newspaper clippings]
 
CIA, 1965. (#237) Box 48, Folder 3
Note [letter and newspaper clippings]
 
Timeshare, 1965. (#238) Box 48, Folder 4
Note [teletype sheets]
 
LISP thesaurus and maintenance project, 1967-1968. (#240) Box 48, Folder 5-13
Note [drafts, correspondence, computer printouts, notes, and mailing lists]
 
William Carmen for mayor of Newton, 1965. (#241) Box 48, Folder 14-15
Note [notes, booklet, and newspaper clippings]
 
Readers' Club Report, 1949. (#242) Box 48, Folder 16
 
Computer purchase, 1965. (#242) Box 48, Folder 17
Note [correspondence on sharing of IBM 1130]
 
Intellectual notebook for 1943, 1943. (#243) Box 48, Folder 18
 
Proposal for switches on lamps, 1965. (#243) Box 48, Folder 19-20
Note [correspondence, proposal, brochures]
 
Intellectual notebook for 1944, 1944. (#244) Box 48, Folder 21
 
Printing costs of C & A, 1964-1965. (#244) Box 48, Folder 22-24
Note [estimates, invoices]
 
Immigration to Canada, 1965-1967. (#244) Box 48, Folder 25-26
Note [correspondence, notes on The Computer Age conference, teaching at York University, business opportunities in Canada, and immigration materials]
Box 76
Dahlgren, Harvard Labs, 1944-1947. (#245) Box 76, Folder 1-9
Box 79
Dahlgren, Harvard Labs, 1944-1947. (#245) Box 79, Folder 1-4
Note [reports, memos, correspondence, circuit descriptions and notes on Sequence Controlled Calculator Project with H. H. Aiken, and visits to other labs]
Box 76
Printing of C & A, 1964-1968. (#245) Box 76, Folder 10-18
Note [invoices, cost tables, and marked C & A copies]
Box 48
Notes on MIT electronics course, 1947. (#247) Box 48, Folder 27
Note [printed notes, diagrams, and bibliography]
 
Notes on automation, 1947. (#247) Box 48, Folder 28
Note [correspondence, notes, photos, ERA Rapid Selector, Audiad, Prudential memos]
 
U. S. - Soviet relations, job hunting, 1947. (#247) Box 48, Folder 29-32
Note [correspondence and notes]
 
Prudential and other work notes, 1948. (#248) Box 48, Folder 33-34
Note [notes and correspondence]
 
Society of Technical Writers & Publishers, 1948, 1966. (#249) Box 48, Folder 35-36
Note [notes, newsletters, membership and officer list, and ultrafax]
 
Important projects, 1966. (#250) Box 48, Folder 37-39
Note [memos and project definition and approval forms]
 
Newton Crime Prevention Committee, 1967-1968. (#251) Box 48, Folder 40-58
Note [reports, summary minutes, correspondence, notes, membership lists, and background materials on crime prevention]
 
Notes, 1953. (#253) Box 48, Folder 59-61
Note [ "Fact sheet on Simon," correspondence]
 
Henning Nelms of Pioneer Foundation, 1966. (#253) Box 48, Folder 62
Note [correspondence on problem solving book, notes; includes Thinking With a Pencil]
 
Save the Grand Canyon task force, Sierra Club, 1966. (#254) Box 48, Folder 63-64
Note [Sierra Club Bulletin and newspaper clippings]
 
Religion, especially Elliot Church, Newton, 1966. (#255) Box 48, Folder 65
Note [correspondence and notes]
 
Burglar alarms, 1967. (#261) Box 48, Folder 66
Note [notes and report on progress]
 
Prentice Enterprises, burglar alarms, 1967. (#263) Box 48, Folder 67
Note [notes and correspondence]
 
National Conference for New Politics, 1967. (#264) Box 48, Folder 68
Note [correspondence and notes on Berkeley printing of Inter/Change magazine, and a proposal for C & A daily]
 
Joel Moses, 1967. (#265) Box 48, Folder 69
Note [correspondence and notes on class at MIT on LISP]
 
Bolt Beranek & Newman, Inc., 1967. (#267) Box 48, Folder 70
Note [correspondence on LISP and MENTOR]
Box 49
Harold Fray, Jr., 1967. (#268) Box 49, Folder 1-2
Note [correspondence and notes about social action; includes Letter to China]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Ideas for essays, 1967. (#269) Box 49, Folder 3-5
Note [notes, newspaper clippings and resume]
 
Israel, 1967. (#271) Box 49, Folder 6
Note [newspaper clippings]
 
Technical writing, 1967. (#272) Box 49, Folder 7
Note [list of projects and memo)
 
Dartmouth College, 1967-1968. (#273) Box 49, Folder 8-11
Note [proposal to NSF to develop Computer Language Algebra, reports correspondence, notes, and Dartmouth lectures, including Kiewit Computation Labs Colloquium]
 
HumRRO Project IMPACT, 1967-1969. (#276) Box 49, Folder 12-45
 
Eloise Houghton for Newton School Committee, 1968. (#277) Box 49, Folder 46
 
Computer-generated mailings, 1966. (#278) Box 49, Folder 47
 
Editing projects for C & A, 1966-1967. (#279) Box 49, Folder 48-52
 
Logic and the Problems of My Life, 1967. (#281) Box 49, Folder 53-54
 
Henry E. Niles, 1967. (#282) Box 49, Folder 55-56
Note [correspondence, notes and newspaper clippings on Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Jonathan Kozol, 1967. (#283) Box 49, Folder 57
Note [correspondence and newspaper clippings]
 
Promotional efforts for C & A, 1967-1968. (#284) Box 49, Folder 58-66
Note [correspondence with Richard Leventer of Benson, Stagg and Assoc. memos and income projections]
 
Dolphins, 1968. (#285) Box 49, Folder 67
Note [correspondence, articles and magazine]
 
Suresh Mody of Boston Technical Publishers Inc., 1967. (#286) Box 49, Folder 68
Note [correspondence]
Box 50
ACM Computer Assisted Instruction Seminar, 1967-1968. (#287) Box 50, Folder 1-5
Note [correspondence, notes, newsletters, C-E-I-R/ACM seminar handouts, materials from the Laboratory for Computer-Assisted Instruction at University of Texas at Austin]
 
EDP Associates Inc., 1968. (#289) Box 50, Folder 6
Note [agreement on course, brochures and memos]
 
C & A universal mailing list (CAUML), 1968. (#290) Box 50, Folder 7-19
Note [applications, lists and correspondence]
 
Better Education from a Scientist's Viewpoint, 1959, 1967. (#293) Box 50, Folder 20-22
Note [draft, correspondence, background materials, memos for Charles E. Brown of Newton Public Schools and inventory of 1967 articles in C & A on computers and moral questions]
 
DEC PDP-9 at BE, 1968. (#296) Box 50, Folder 23-30
Note [correspondence, notes, field service manuals, invoices, BE financial report, computer use schedules and brochures]
 
Death of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968. (#297) Box 50, Folder 31-33
Note [correspondence, notes, memos, booklet and newspaper clippings]
 
Dit Morse, 1968. (#298) Box 50, Folder 34
Note [outline of "Software State of the Art," draft of "Operating Systems," and memos]
 
Education and computers, 1968. (#299) Box 50, Folder 35-37
Note [notes, abstracts from Education and Computers Colloquium at MIT, and correspondence]
 
Computer-assisted explanation courses and consulting, 1967-1969. (#300) Box 50, Folder 38-45
Note [correspondence with C-E-I-R, EDP Assoc., Paperback Library, and others; notes and background materials including computer printouts and tapes]
 
John Arthur Exhibitions, 1956. (#301) Box 50, Folder 46
Note [correspondence, notes, drawings, and contracts]
 
Computers for the Millions, 1968. (#301) Box 50, Folder 47-50
Note [partial draft, Electronics Industry Association report, and correspondence with Paperback Library]
 
Social anthropology, organizational structures, 1956-1968. (#302) Box 50, Folder 51-57
Note [correspondence, notes, computer courses brochures, course materials, newspaper clippings, and organization appeals]
 
Letters for Fun-Kit K7, 1956-1957. (#303) Box 50, Folder 58-64
Note [drafts, notes, and correspondence]
 
Bob Nassau, 1968. (#303) Box 50, Folder 55-56
Note [notes and background materials on auto instructional kits)
Box 51
Patent and trademark legal issues, 1965-1968. (#304) Box 51, Folder 1-4
Note [correspondence and forms on legal names of Berkeley Enterprises, Computers and Automation, and Berkeley Products, Inc.]
 
Dover Publications, 1954-1968. (#305) Box 51, Folder 5-12
Note [correspondence, book orders, book reviews, purchase orders, agreements with Jim Cormier, and notes]
 
Institute for Motivational Research, 1956. (#306) Box 51, Folder 13
Note [newspaper clippings, and reprints]
 
Numbles for Huebner Publications, 1956-1957. (#307) Box 51, Folder 14-17
Note [correspondence, puzzles, and Metlfax Magazine]
 
Timesharing, 1968. (#308) Box 51, Folder 18-19
Note [brochures of Time Brokers, Inc., and notes]
 
Financing of DEC computer, 1968. (#309) Box 51, Folder 20
Note [correspondence, notes, and loan forms]
Box 77
Payroll taxes. (#310) Box 77
Box 51
Fees paid for contract workers and consultants, 1962-1965. (#311) Box 51, Folder 21-22
Note [time sheets]
 
Time account, 1961. (#312) Box 51, Folder 23
Note [summary of time spent on projects]
 
Repeated important correspondence, 1952-1968. (#314) Box 51, Folder 28-84
Box 52
Repeated important correspondence, 1952-1968. (#314) Box 52, Folder 1-48
Note [correspondence, notes, memos, and various attachments]
 
Hyde School booklet, 1956. (#315) Box 52, Folder 49-50
Note [correspondence, notes on reprinting of The Child: What He Is -- What He Does]
 
PDP-9 maintenance manual, 1968. (#315) Box 52, Folder 51-52
Note [memos and engineering drawings lists]
 
Softpac, Inc., 1968. (#316) Box 52, Folder 53
Note [correspondence, price list, and program description]
 
Course C12, 1968. (#317) Box 52, Folder 54-64
Note [correspondence, advertisements, and evaluations by students).
 
EJCC booth, 1956. (#319) Box 52, Folder 65-66
Note [correspondence, materials lists, drawings, and drafts of ads for exhibit]
 
Dick Ruopp, 1957-1964. (#320) Box 52, Folder 67-75
Note [notes, correspondence, and accounting records for Kairos Press, mailing list for "religious push for a better world" ]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Russia, esp. Czech revolt, 1968. (#321) Box 52, Folder 76
Note [newspaper clippings]
 
Ideas for books, 1960. (#322) Box 52, Folder 77
Note [notes and articles on problems in reasoning]
 
Workshop, tools, 1956. (#323) Box 52, Folder 78
Note [invoices and notes]
 
ACM Working Group for Better Education, 1956-1966. (#324) Box 52, Folder 79-96
Box 53
ACM Working Group for Better Education, 1956-1966. (#324) Box 53, Folder 1-26
Note [correspondence, minutes, reports, notes, questionnaire replies, application forms and letters, mailings, materials on ACM Secondary Education Committee, and background materials on education and computers]
Box 52
Computer assisted instruction, 1968. (#326) Box 52, Folder 27-28
Note [correspondence, notes, and C-E-I-R handbook]
 
Low cost assemblies for robots, 1954-1957. (#327) Box 52, Folder 29-30
Note [descriptions, correspondence, notes, drawings]
 
Government lies, 1968. (#327) Box 52, Folder 31-34
Note [list of "lies," proposal for book, correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings]
Box 53
Roman Catholic Church, 1957-1967. (#328) Box 53, Folder 35-54
Note [correspondence, notes, brochures from Protestants and Other Americans United, Society of Separationists, and other anti-Catholic associations, Church and State newsletter, questionnaire development and responses, Catholic booklists, proposal to set up Association to Americanize the Roman Catholic Church, and newspaper clippings]
 
Operating instructions for Statistics Ed 2 class, 1972. (#330) Box 53, Folder 55
Note [class binder contents]
 
Tabor's Rocks of True Teaching, 1957-1964. (#332) Box 53, Folder 56-66
Note [correspondence, printing estimates, promotional literature, St. Bernard's School Budget of 1923, 1925, and 1926, and other school booklets]
 
Teaching machines, general, 1957-1964. (#333) Box 53, Folder 67-71
Box 54
Teaching machines, general, 1957-1964. (#333) Box 54
Note [correspondence, memos, manuals, notes, circuit diagrams, contracts, background materials including reports, magazines, tests, and manufacturers' brochures]
Box 55
UFO's, 1958-1962. (#334) Box 55, Folder 1-2
Note [correspondence, including U.F.O. Investigator newsletter]
 
U. S. Military, 1968-1969. (#335) Box 55, Folder 3-4
Note [article and newspaper clippings]
 
Digital Relay Adder, Fairchild, 1957. (#336) Box 55, Folder 5
Note [circuit diagrams, notes, and correspondence]
 
Display rental from Ed Burnett, 1957. (#337) Box 55, Folder 6
Note [notes, reports, photograph, and drawings, including material from Animation Unlimited]
 
Dick Crohn of Promotion Consultants, Inc., 1958-1962. (#338) Box 55, Folder 7-15
Note [correspondence, memos and notes on selling efforts, response charts, accounting records, and promotional materials]
 
National Investigating Committee on Aerial Phenomena, 1962. (#339) Box 55, Folder 16
Note [correspondence with UFO group]
 
Computer language algebra, 1969. (#340) Box 55, Folder 17
Note [notes]
 
Central Congregational Church, 1957-1963. (#341) Box 55, Folder 18-19
Note [correspondence, notes, memos, and newspaper clippings]
 
Newton Church Council Social Action Committee, 1963-1964. (#342) Box 55, Folder 20-25
Note [Seminar on Wheels mailings, correspondence, notes, reports, articles, and Blue Hill Protestant Center annual reports]
 
Job hunting, 1963-1964. (#344) Box 55, Folder 26-27
Note [correspondence and notes]
 
Sputnik and education, 1957. (#346) Box 55, Folder 28-30
Note [newspaper clippings and news releases]
 
Whirlwing Checkers program, 1969. (#346) Box 55, Folder 31
Note [utility program manual for Whirlwind I computer]
 
Quakers, 1957-1963. (#349) Box 55, Folder 32-38
Note [correspondence, notes, Friends Bulletin newsletter, material on Avon-at-Winnipesaukee Institute, brochures, and newspaper clippings]
 
Technical Committee on Ways and Means to a Lasting Peace, 1958-1960. (#350) Box 55, Folder 39-42
Note [correspondence, notes, memos, articles and drafts, and materials on setting up committee]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Greater Boston Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy, 1958-1962. (#351) Box 55, Folder 43-64
Note [minutes, correspondence, reports, mailing lists, Norman Cousins dispute, including bylaws of national SANE, statement of policy on Communists, Berkeley's resignation, and chartering issues]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
SANE magazine, 1945, 1956-1970. (#352) Box 55, Folder 65-90
Box 56
SANE magazine, 1945, 1956-1970. (#352) Box 56
Box 57
SANE magazine, 1945, 1956-1970. (#352) Box 57, Folder 1-69
Note [correspondence, notes, memos, articles and drafts, questionnaire returns, and background materials including materials Linus Pauling vs. Senator Dodd, and Norman Cousins]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups Files
 
Federation of American Scientists, 1959-1962. (#353) Box 57, Folder 70-72
Note [policy statements, notes, and correspondence with C. D. Coryell and others]
 
Pat Cody, 1969. (#353) Box 57, Folder 73
Note [correspondence and notes on solo programming course]
 
Peace Study Institute, 1958-1959. (#354) Box 57, Folder 74-80
Note [correspondence with Edmund P. Hillpern, Theo F. Lentz and others, pamphlets, study course materials, and notes]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Better Education newsletter, 1958-1959. (#356) Box 57, Folder 74-80
Box 58
Better Education newsletter, 1958-1959. (#356) Box 58, Folder 1-6
Note [correspondence, background materials, and drafts of newsletter on education]
 
Class in Letters, Numbers & Sounds, 1958-1960. (#358) Box 58, Folder 7-8
Note [Letters for Fun, essay by L. Bloomfield]
 
Stories for children, 1960-1962. (#360) Box 58, Folder 9-21
Note [drafts, correspondence, notes, Mole stories by Richard Ruopp]
 
Social responsibility questionnaire, 1958. (#361) Box 58, Folder 22-23
Note [completed questionnaires, form letters, and correspondence]
 
World Peace Research Organization, 1958. (#362) Box 58, Folder 24-27
Note [correspondence with Linus Pauling, Society for Social Responsibility in Science and others, and memos]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Sol Friedman, World Strategy Game, 1958-1959. (#363) Box 58, Folder 28-30
Note [correspondence, notes, and report on Brainiac K20 sales]
 
Norman Cousins book, 1959, 1962. (#364) Box 58, Folder 31-32
Note [notes and correspondence]
 
On Thermonuclear Peace, 1961-1963. (#365) Box 58, Folder 33-67
Box 59-60
On Thermonuclear Peace, 1961-1963. (#365) Box 59-60
Box 61
On Thermonuclear Peace, 1961-1963. (#365) Box 61, Folder 1-5
Note [drafts, correspondence with Linus Pauling, Florence Luscomb and others, notes, memos, and reference files on nuclear war, peace, and civil defense]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Everyday Reasoning, 1960-1962. (#367) Box 61, Folder 6-40
Note [book on logic by ECB & Hy Ruchlis, notes, drafts, correspondence, and royalty statements]
 
Norton Levy's book on teaching math, 1960. (#368) Box 61, Folder 41
Note [correspondence, notes, and report on SUPRAD Project]
 
J. Grossman's book on Russia, 1960-1961. (#369) Box 61, Folder 42-44
Note [correspondence, draft, and newspaper clipping]
 
Solid geometry kit, math kit series, 1951-1961. (#371) Box 61, Folder 45-52
Note [solid geometry model patterns, drafts, notes, and contract with Richard Fallon and Science Materials Center, Inc.]
 
Statistics and probability kits and book, 1960-1965. (#372) Box 61, Folder 55-63
Box 62
Statistics and probability kits and book, 1960-1965. (#372) Box 62, Folder 1-27
Note [correspondence, notes, parts lists, contract, and Hextat manual and toy]
 
Logic and Reasoning kit, 1960. (#373) Box 62, Folder 28
Note [drafts and notes]
 
Leaders of American public opinion, 1960. (#373) Box 62, Folder 29
Note [lists of influential people and memo]
 
Peace and disarmament questionnaire, 1960-1962. (#374) Box 62, Folder 30-35
Note [completed questionnaires]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Political Action for Peace (PAX), 1960. (#375) Box 62, Folder 36
Note [correspondence]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
U2 incident, 1960. (#376) Box 62, Folder 37-39
Note [correspondence, protest advertisement, and drafts]
 
Aerospace kit (K40), 1960. (#378) Box 62, Folder 40-41
Note [correspondence, contract with Macalaster Becknell, and promotional mailing]
 
Resources & Facilities Corp., 1960. (#379) Box 62, Folder 42-43
Note [correspondence and contract on sale of Brainiacs and company newsletter]
 
Flying toy kit, 1960-1962. (#380) Box 62, Folder 44-55
Note [notes, design drawings, drafts of manual, materials list, and reference materials]
 
Artists and Writers of America, 1962. (#381) Box 62, Folder 56
Note [flyer and request to meet]
 
Lawrence Fleischer, 1960. (#382) Box 62, Folder 57
Note [correspondence and notes about math book]
 
Committees of Correspondence, 1960. (#383) Box 62, Folder 58
Note [correspondence]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Political Action for Peace, 1960. (#384) Box 62, Folder 59
Note [correspondence]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
USSR, 1962-1963. (#384) Box 62, Folder 60-61
Note [embassy press releases and booklet]
 
Tortoise robot, 1960. (#385) Box 62, Folder 62-64
Note [correspondence]
Box 63
Boston Committee for Peace and Disarmament, 1960-1962. (#387) Box 63, Folder 1-96
Note [reports, minutes, memos, correspondence, articles, mailings, and mailing lists, including materials on evolution of peace action groups after SANE controversy, 100 Days for Peace, and Linus Pauling]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Turn Toward Peace, 1961. (#388) Box 63, Folder 97-99
Note [notes, correspondence, and newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
Box 64
Telling the True From the False, 1957-1968. (#390) Box 64, Folder 1-85
Box 65
Telling the True From the False, 1957-1968. (#390) Box 65, Folder 1-31
Note [notes, correspondence, and drafts; includes Logic and Reasoning for Young People and reference materials]
 
Questions on profit in peace effort, 1960. (#391) Box 65, Folder 32
Note [correspondence]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Australia, 1961-1964. (#392) Box 65, Folder 33-46
Note [correspondence with Burt Kaufman of Survival Idea and others, notes, correspondence on lecture tour, and newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Women's peace groups, 1961-1964. (#393) Box 65, Folder 47-52
Note [correspondence, articles, and newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Disarmament & arms control (US government, UN), 1960-1963. (#394) Box 65, Folder 53-62
Note [reference material on International Arms Control Symposium at Ann Arbor, Institute for Arms Control and Peace Research at Univ. of Michigan, and Disarmament Document Series]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
War Control Planners, Inc., 1963-1968. (#395) Box 65, Folder 63-70
Note [correspondence with Howard and Harriet Kurtz about "Global Compassionate Power" and "War Safety Control Power" )
 
Greater Boston Businessmen's Committee and Turn Toward Peace, 1962. (#396) Box 65, Folder 71
Note [minutes and correspondence, notes]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Peace candidates, 1963-1968. (#397) Box 65, Folder 72-77
Note [correspondence; Massachusetts Political Action for Peace (PAX) minutes, financial and policy statements; notes; campaign materials for H. Stuart Hughes, Noel Day, and Gene McCarthy; and newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
Box 66
Council for Abolishing War peace lobby, 1962. (#398) Box 66, Folder 1
Note [correspondence, articles, and reprints by Leo Szilard from Scientists for a Liveable World]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Contribution requests, 1962-1963. (#399) Box 66, Folder 2-7
Note [correspondence, contribution list, and mailing lists]
 
Algebra in accounting, 1962. (#402) Box 66, Folder 8
Note [algebra exams for Actuarial Society of America, 1921-1926]
 
Symbolic logic and boolean algebra in accounting, 1957-1965. (#411) Box 66, Folder 9-14
Note [class materials, student papers, correspondence, notes, and reference materials]
 
NIM geometry puzzles, 1953, 1960. (#412) Box 66, Folder 15-16
Note [puzzles, notes, and correspondence]
 
Golbach's Conjecture, 1959-1964. (#413) Box 66, Folder 17-44
Note [correspondence, articles and drafts on attempts at proof, notes, lists of prime numbers, and computer printouts]
 
Requests for information from social action groups, 1962. (#450) Box 66, Folder 45-49
Note [correspondence]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Black groups, 1962. (#451) Box 66, Folder 50
Note [correspondence, articles, and newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Notes, 1965. (#457) Box 66, Folder 51
Note [articles and reprints including "Pearly Gates," negative aspects of communism, and Le Petit Vocabulaire]
 
Article submission procedures to other magazines, 1967. (#515) Box 66, Folder 52-53
Note [correspondence, policy statements, and notes]
 
Classification and Coding Techniques to Facilitate Accounting Operations, 1959. (#523) Box 66, Folder 54
Note [National Association of Accountants report]
 
Math Encyclopedia, 1971-1976. (#606) Box 66, Folder 55-75
Box 67
Math Encyclopedia, 1971-1976. (#606) Box 67, Folder 1-9
Note [notes, rough drafts, memos on Everyman's Guide to Mathematics, Rough Writer computer program, and background material]
 
C & A Notebook of Common Sense, 1971. (#640) Box 67, Folder 10-15
Note [correspondence, reports, form letters, drafts, and final issues]
 
Notes for actuarial course, 1975. (#650) Box 67, Folder 16-18
Note [syllabus and notes)
 
Pictorial reasoning, 1964-1972. (#653) Box 67, Folder 19-24
Note [notes, drawings, pattern generator program and printouts, and SRA tests]
 
Genie program, 1974. (#697) Box 67, Folder 25
Note [correspondence and memos to Joel Wittenberg)
 
Math notes not useful for general education, 1974. (#729) Box 67, Folder 26-32
Note [notes for textbook of math for general education, includes Explanation]
 
Education, computers and the future, 1975. (#777) Box 67, Folder 33
Note [memo to Bev Hunter and general correspondence]
 
Actuarial course, 1975-1977. (#786) Box 67, Folder 34-42
Note [correspondence, notes, and other materials for class taught by ECB for George B. Buck & Co.]
 
Ben Gurley Association, 1963. (#2075) Box 67, Folder 43
Note [notes, mailing list, and newspaper clippings]

Note SEE ALSO: Social Action Groups File
 
Unnumbered Subject Files, 1930, 1940s-1960s  
Note Unnumbered Subject Files contains two files not given a sequential order by Berkeley.
Box 79
Modern Methods of Thinking, 1930. Box 79, Folder 7
Note [ECB speech as part of Harvard Commencement]
 
Frontiers of Thought, 1943. Box 79, Folder 8
Note [notes]
 
Miscellaneous Notes and Correspondence, circa 1940s-1960s.  Box 79, Folder 9
Note [Some of the materials may compliment Numbered Subject Files 5 and 9.]
 
Berkeley Enterprises Publications, Pamphlets, and Books, 1937-1984 
Note Berkeley Enterprises Publications follow the subject files series and are filed by publication ( "P" ) number, or if a publication had no "P" number, then they are filed chronologically. The author of each publication is usually noted in parentheses unless the author was Berkeley.
Box 67
Construction Plans for Simon, 1952, 1955. (P1:) Box 67, Folder 44
 
Roster of Organizations in the Field of Automatic Computing Machinery, 1951, 1952, 1953. (P2:) Box 67, Folder 45
 
Who's Who in Computers, 1957, 1963. (P2W:) Box 67, Folder 46-47
 
Squee the Robot Squirrel -- Construction Plans, 1952. (P3:) Box 67, Folder 48
 
A Summary of Symbolic Logic and its Applications, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1957. (P4:) Box 67, Folder 49
Box 68
Boolean Algebra... and Applications to Insurance, 1937, 1952, 1955. (P5:) Box 68, Folder 1
 
Constructing Electric Brains, 1952, 1957. (P6:) Box 68, Folder 2
 
"Operational Research" (by P. M. S. Blackett), 1952, 1955. (P7:) Box 68, Folder 3
 
Spelling -- a Common-Sense Guide, 1952. (P8:) Box 68, Folder 4
 
A Summary of Probability Distributions, 1952, 1954, 1959. (P9:) Box 68, Folder 5
 
The Construction of Living Robots, 1952, 1956. (P10:) Box 68, Folder 6
 
The Chances of Human Survival, 1952. (P11:) Box 68, Folder 7
 
How to Explain Clearly, 1952, 1959. (P12:) Box 68, Folder 8
 
"A Symbolic Analysis of Relay and Switching Circuits" (by Claude E. Shannon), 1952, 1956. (P13:) Box 68, Folder 9
 
Circuit Algebra -- Introduction, 1952, 1953, 1955. (P14:) Box 68, Folder 10
 
Symbolic Logic -- 20 Problems and Solutions, 1952, 1955. (P16:) Box 68, Folder 11
 
African Violets, 1952. (P17:) Box 68, Folder 12
 
Strategy in Chess, 1952, 1954. (P18:) Box 68, Folder 13
 
"Relations between Symbolic Logic and Large-Scale Computing Machines," 1952. (P19:) Box 68, Folder 14
 
Explanation -- 15 Examples, 1952. (P20:) Box 68, Folder 15
 
Tic Tac Toe Playing Machines (by Bert and Ivan Sutherland), 1953. (P22:) Box 68, Folder 16
 
Studying by Yourself, 1953, 1955, 1966. (P23:) Box 68, Folder 17
 
"Maturity -- Some Notes," 1953. (P24:) Box 68, Folder 18
 
Numbles, 1954. (P25:) Box 68, Folder 19
 
Some Checklists for Explaining, 1953. (P28:) Box 68, Folder 20
 
Calculus of Finite Differences, 1954. (P29:) Box 68, Folder 21
 
Geniacs, 1954, 1955. (P30:) Box 68, Folder 22
 
The 33 Geniac Experiments, 1957. (P30B:) Box 68, Folder 22
 
Two Lettered Word List, 1964. (P31:) Box 68, Folder 23
 
Symbolic logic (by Lewis Carroll), 1955. (P32:) Box 68, Folder 24
 
The Family Travel Camper (by Harry L. Walen), 1955. (P33:) Box 68, Folder 25
 
"Linear Programming and Computers" (by Chandler Davis), 1955. (P34:) Box 68, Folder 26
 
Small Robots - Report, 1956. (P36:) Box 68, Folder 27
 
A Gateway to Science, Vol.1, No. 1 and 2, 1955, 1956. (P37:) Box 68, Folder 28-29
 
Tyniacs, 1956. (P38:) Box 68, Folder 30
 
Introduction to Boolean Algebra for Circuits and Switching, 1959. (P38G:) Box 68, Folder 31
 
Giant Brains, 1961, 1963. (P40:) Box 68, Folder 32
 
Computers -- Their Operations and Applications, 1957. (P41:) Box 68, Folder 33
 
House Plants -- a Handbook (Brooklyn Botanic Garden), 1954. (P42:) Box 68, Folder 34
 
The Greenarium, 1956. (P43:) Box 68, Folder 35
 
Growing Plants in an Indoor Greenhouse, 1956. (P44:) Box 68, Folder 36
 
Letters for Fun, 1956. (P47:) Box 68, Folder 37
 
The Child -- What He Is, What He Does, 1956. (P48:) Box 68, Folder 38
 
"Computer Market Survey," 1959. (P49:) Box 68, Folder 39
 
Brainiacs, 1961. (P50:) Box 68, Folder 40
 
Brainiacs -- the New Experiments, 1957. (P50-1, 2:) Box 68, Folder 41
 
"Conditions Affecting the Application of Symbolic Logic," (reprinted from Journal of Symbolic Logic), 1942. (P51:) Box 68, Folder 42
 
Some Fascinating Brainiacs, 1959. (P52:) Box 68, Folder 43
 
Glossary, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956. (P52G:) Box 68, Folder 44
 
Glossary (by Berkeley and Linda L. Lovett), 1960. (P52G:) Box 68, Folder 44
 
Brainiacs -- the 1958 Experiments, 1958. (P53:) Box 68, Folder 45
 
How to go from Brainiacs to Geniacs to Automatic Computers, 1958. (P54:) Box 68, Folder 46
 
List of References to Computer Literature, 1958. (P55:) Box 68, Folder 47
 
Interest, Discount, Annuities, and Some Related Topics a Brief Introduction, 1958. (P56:) Box 68, Folder 48
 
Risks, Insurance Premiums and Some Related Topics -- a Brief Introduction, 1958. (P57:) Box 68, Folder 49
 
Binary Numbers and Their Relatives -- a Brief Introduction, 1958. (P58:) Box 68, Folder 50
 
Brainiacs -- Introduction and Explanation, 1962. (P59:) Box 68, Folder 51
 
"Some Important Applications of Computers," 1959. (P60:) Box 68, Folder 52
 
Symbolic Logic and Intelligent Machines, 1968. (P61:) Box 68, Folder 53
 
How to Assemble Brainiacs, 1959. (P62:) Box 68, Folder 54
 
Computing Machines (reprint from Colliers Encyclopedia), 1962. (P63:) Box 68, Folder 55
 
The Rocks of True Teaching (by Francis Tabor), 1959. (P64:) Box 68, Folder 56
 
Useful Reference Guide for the Computer Field, 1964. (P75:) Box 68, Folder 57
 
Computer Desk Top Guide, 1967. (P75B:) Box 68, Folder 58
 
Computer Data Guide, 1969. (P75D:) Box 68, Folder 59
 
The Computer Revolution, 1962. (P108:) Box 68, Folder 60
 
Common Properties and Relations -- Checklist, 1967. (P144:) Box 68, Folder 61
 
Summation as a Function of Any Terms, 1940. (P145:) Box 68, Folder 62
 
Electronic Machinery for Handling Information and its Uses in Insurance, 1947. Box 68, Folder 63
 
"Electronic Sequence Controlled Calculating Machinery and Applications in Insurance," 1947. Box 68, Folder 64
 
"The Algebra of States and Events," 1954. Box 68, Folder 65
 
Announcement: Courses & Guided Study, circa 1957. Box 68, Folder 66
Box 75
Geniac advertisements, [oversize] circa 1950.  Box 75
Box 68
Geniac Templates, 1957. Box 68, Folder 67
 
Secondary School Mathematics and the Second Industrial Revolution, 1957. Box 68, Folder 68
 
Teaching Machines, Programmed Learning and Automatic Teaching Computers, 1963. Box 68, Folder 69
 
The Programming Language LISP - Its Operation and Applications, (Information International, Inc.), 1964. Box 68, Folder 70
 
Teaching Machines, Programmed Learning and Automatic Teaching Computers (Part 2), 1964. Box 68, Folder 71
Box 69
The Reference Day Book, 1965. Box 69, Folder 1
 
A Guide to Mathematics for the Intelligent Nonmathematician, 1966. Box 69, Folder 2
 
"Computer Assisted Explanation," Computer Assisted Explanation, 1967. Box 69, Folder 3
 
Computer Assisted Documentation of Computer Programs, Vol. 1, 1969. Box 69, Folder 4
 
Computer Assisted Documentation of Computer Programs, Vol.2, 1971. Box 69, Folder 5
 
Ride the East Wind, 1973. Box 69, Folder 6
 
Probability and Statistics, an Introduction, 1974. Box 69, Folder 7
 
101 Maximdijes, 1976. Box 69, Folder 8
Box 70
Computer Book of Lists and the First Computer Almanac, 1984. Box 70, Folder 1
 
Logick or the Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry of the Truth (by Isaac Watts), undated. Box 70, Folder 2-3
 
Berkeley Enterprises Robot Kits and Teaching Machines, undated, circa 1958, circa 1963 
Box 80
Brainiac kit K-20, circa 1958. Box 80
Note [includes parts, instructions, and original box]
Box 82
Kit parts and publications, undated. Box 82
Note [from various kits]
Box 81
Partially assembled kit, undated. Box 81
Note [unidentified]
Box 83
"Teaching Machines, Programmed Learning, and Automatic Teaching Computers: An Introduction Through Experiments" kit, circa 1963 Box 83
Note [includes parts and instructions]
 
Photographs and VHS Cassette, undated, 1950, and 1988 
Note Generally, the photographs were removed from the main numerical subject file. The video tape was produced by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) in 1988; and features Edmund Berkeley in his office as he was interview by an ACM staff member.
Box 71
Publicity photos of Berkeley, 1950. Box 71, Folder 1
 
Brainiac. (#33) Box 71, Folder 2
 
Liang family. (#100) Box 71, Folder 3
 
Robots, including Squee, Simon. (#105) Box 71, Folder 4-5
 
Unidentified wired board from Franklin Institute. (#127) Box 71, Folder 6
 
Florence Luscomb. (#158) Box 71, Folder 7
 
Conference in Japan.. (#159) Box 71, Folder 8
 
Berkeley greenhouse. (#185) Box 71, Folder 9
 
Brainiac. (#189) Box 71, Folder 10
 
ERA rapid selector. (#247) Box 71, Folder 11
 
Berkeley display. (#337) Box 71, Folder 12
 
ACM Interview of Berkeley, (VHS cassette) September 1988.  Box 71
 
Social Action Groups, 1955-1972 
Note Most of these Social Action Groups File were separated from #218 and #352 in the numerical subject files and ordered alphabetically by group name for easier access.
Box 72
100 Days for Peace Committee, 1961. Box 72, Folder 1
 
Alexander Defense Fund, 1967. Box 72, Folder 2
 
Act for Peace  
Note [SEE: American Friends Service Committee]
 
Acts for Peace  
Note [SEE: American Friends Service Committee]
Box 72
American Association for the United Nations, 1963. Box 72, Folder 3
 
American Civil Liberties Union, 1959-1965. Box 72, Folder 4
 
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, 1961-1965. Box 72, Folder 5
 
American Committee on Africa, 1962-1963. Box 72, Folder 6
Box 75
American Economic Foundation, [oversize] 1959.  Box 75
Box 72
American Emergency Committee for Tibetan Refugees, Inc., 1959. Box 72, Folder 7
 
American Federation of World Citizens, 1958-1961. Box 72, Folder 8
 
American Friends of Vietnam, 1968. Box 72, Folder 9
 
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1958-1966. Box 72, Folder 10-14
Box (Box 75)
American Friends Service Committee, [oversize] 1958-1966.  Box (Box 75)
Box 72
American Ordnance Association, 1964. Box 72, Folder 15
 
Americans for Democratic Action, 1957-1962. Box 72, Folder 16
 
Amnesty International, 1971. Box 72, Folder 17
 
Appeal for Amnesty, 1961. Box 72, Folder 18
 
Arms of Friendship, Inc. 1961-1962. Box 72, Folder 19
 
Bill of Rights Fund, 1963. Box 72, Folder 20
 
Bomb-Test Suits, The, 1963. Box 72, Folder 21
 
British Vietnam Committee, 1965. Box 72, Folder 22
 
Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace, 1967-1972. Box 72, Folder 23-24
Box 75
Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace, 1967-1968. Box 75
Box 72
Businessmen's Committee on Vietnam, 1965. Box 72, Folder 25
 
Call Association Inc., The, 1961. Box 72, Folder 26
 
Cambridge Neighborhood Committee on Vietnam, 1967. Box 72, Folder 27
 
Campaign for Disarmament, 1960-1961. Box 72, Folder 28
 
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1958-1961. Box 72, Folder 29
 
Canadian Committee for the Control of Radiation Hazards, 1962. Box 72, Folder 30
Note [SEE: also Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament]
 
Canadian Peace Congress, 1963-1964. Box 72, Folder 31
 
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1963. Box 72, Folder 32
 
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1961. Box 72, Folder 33
 
Central Committee of Correspondence, 1967-1968. Box 72, Folder 34
 
Citizen's Committee for Radiation Information, 1962-1963. Box 72, Folder 35
 
Citizens Committee for Constitutional Liberties, 1961-1962. Box 72, Folder 36
 
Citizens Committee to Preserve American Freedoms, 1960. Box 72, Folder 37
 
Citizens For Governmental Restraint, 1968. Box 72, Folder 38
 
Citizens League Against the Sonic Boom, 1968. Box 72, Folder 39
 
Civil Defense Letter Committee, 1962. Box 72, Folder 40
 
Civil Defense Protest Committee, 1961-1962. Box 72, Folder 41
 
Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts  
Note [SEE: American Civil Liberties Union]
Box 72
Civil Rights Congress, 1955. Box 72, Folder 42
 
Civil Rights Defense Committee, 1962. Box 72, Folder 43
 
Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Viet Nam, 1968. Box 72, Folder 43
 
Combined Universities Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1961. Box 72, Folder 43
 
Committee for a Democratic Spain, 1963. Box 72, Folder 46
 
Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy.  
Note [SEE: SANE]
Box 72
Committee for a Test Ban Treaty, 1963. Box 72, Folder 47
 
Committee for Constitutional Government, Inc., 1961. Box 72, Folder 48
 
Committee for Education on Radiation Hazards, 1958. Box 72, Folder 49
 
Committee for GI Rights, 1968. Box 72, Folder 50
 
Committee for Negro Rights, 1962. Box 72, Folder 51
 
Committee for Non-Radioactive Food, 1960. Box 72, Folder 52
 
Committee for Nonviolent Action, 1960-1968. Box 72, Folder 53
 
Committee for Nuclear Information, 1959-1964. Box 72, Folder 54
 
Committee for Peace Organization, 1961-1962. Box 72, Folder 55
 
Committee for Protection of Children From Nuclear Fallout, 1962. Box 72, Folder 56
 
Committee for Protest Action, 1960. Box 72, Folder 57
 
Committee for the Abolition of Nuclear Tests, 1958-1960. Box 72, Folder 58
 
Committee for the Freedom of William Worthy, 1962. Box 72, Folder 59
 
Committee for the Protection of Public Health & Welfare Against the Hazards of Nuclear Energy, 1958. Box 72, Folder 60
 
Committee for World Development and World Disarmament, 1958-1963. Box 72, Folder 61
 
Committee of 100, 1960-1963. Box 72, Folder 62
 
Committee of Correspondence, 1961. Box 72, Folder 63
 
Committee of Religious Concern for Peace, 1968. Box 72, Folder 64
 
Committee of Responsibility, Inc., 1968. Box 72, Folder 65
 
Committee on Political Action for Peace.  
Note [SEE: PAX]
Box 72
Committee on Radioactivity in Food, 1962. Box 72, Folder 66
 
Committee to Aid American War Objectors, 1967-1968. Box 72, Folder 67
 
Committee to Aid the Monroe Defendants, 1961-1964. Box 72, Folder 68
 
Computer People for Peace (CPP), 1970-1971. Box 72, Folder 69
 
Conference of Greater New York Peace Groups, 1961-1962. Box 72, Folder 70
Note [SEE: also 100 Days for Peace]
 
Congress of Racial Equality (C.O.R.E.), 1962. Box 72, Folder 71
 
Congress of Scientists on Survival (S.O.S.), 1962-1963. Box 72, Folder 72
 
Council for a Livable World, 1963-1969. Box 72, Folder 73
 
Council for Abolishing War, 1962. Box 72, Folder 74
 
Council For Correspondence.  
Note [SEE: Committee of Correspondence]
Box 72
Council on Christian Social Progress (American Baptist Convention), 1959-1960. Box 72, Folder 75
 
Defenders of 3 against HAUC, 1965. Box 72, Folder 75
 
Democracy Unlimited, 1959. Box 72, Folder 75
 
Democratic National Committee, 1960. Box 72, Folder 75
 
Disarmament Research and Action Group (Disarmament R.A.G.), 1962. Box 72, Folder 79
 
Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1959-1965. Box 72, Folder 80
 
End the Draft, 1962-1965. Box 72, Folder 81
 
European Committee for Nuclear Disarmament, 1959. Box 72, Folder 82
 
Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1960-1962. Box 72, Folder 83
Box 73
Fallout Suits, 1958. Box 73, Folder 1
 
Federation of American Scientists, 1959-1962. Box 73, Folder 2
 
Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1958-1969. Box 73, Folder 3
 
Freedom House, 1965. Box 73, Folder 4
 
Freedom Stayout Committee, 1964. Box 73, Folder 5
 
Friends Committee for Reconciliation and Church Reconstruction, 1965. Box 73, Folder 6
 
Friends Committee on National Legislation, 1958-1968. Box 73, Folder 7
 
Friends of the Hibakusha, 1963. Box 73, Folder 8
Note [SEE: also World Peace Study Mission]
 
General Strike for Peace, 1961-1963. Box 73, Folder 9
Box 75
General Strike for Peace, [oversize] 1961-1963. Box 75
Box 73
Gus Hall - Benjamin J. Davis Defense Committee, 1963. Box 73, Folder 10
 
Hibakusha World Peace Pilgrimage Committee.  Box 73
Note [SEE: World Peace Study Mission]
 
Humanity Guild, Inc., 1963. Box 73, Folder 11
 
Independent Negro Committee to End Racism and Ban the Bomb, 1962. Box 73, Folder 12
 
Independent Political Forum, 1962-1963. Box 73, Folder 13
Box 75
Institute for American Democracy, circa 1961. Box 75
Box 73
Institute for International Order, 1958, 1963. Box 73, Folder 14
Box 75
International League of Students, [oversize] 1965.  Box 75
Box 73
International Rescue Committee, 1966. Box 73, Folder 15
 
Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), 1971. Box 73, Folder 16
 
Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, 1959-1961. Box 73, Folder 17
 
League Against Slander, circa 1952. Box 73, Folder 18
 
Liberal Citizens of Massachusetts (LCM), 1958-1963. Box 73, Folder 19
 
Massachusetts Freedom Movement, 1964. Box 73, Folder 20
 
May 2nd Movement, 1965-1966. Box 73, Folder 21
 
Medical Association for the Prevention of War, circa 1959. Box 73, Folder 22
 
Men of the Trees, 1960. Box 73, Folder 23
 
Minority of One, The, 1961-1963. Box 73, Folder 24
 
Moral Re-Armament, undated. Box 73, Folder 25
 
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1961-1965. Box 73, Folder 26
 
National Co-ordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1966. Box 73, Folder 27
Note [SEE: also National Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam]
 
National Committee for an Effective Congress, 1963. Box 73, Folder 28
 
National Committee to Abolish the Un-American Activities Committee, 1961-1971. Box 73, Folder 29
Note [later called National Committee Against Repressive Legislation]
 
National Committee to Repeal the McCarran Act, 1965. Box 73, Folder 30
 
National Council Against Conscription, 1958. Box 73, Folder 31
 
National Committee Against Repressive Legislation.  
Note [SEE: National Committee to Abolish the Un-American Activities Committee]
Box 73
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., 1950-1963. Box 73, Folder 32
 
National Council of Churches, 1958-1967. Box 73, Folder 33
 
National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, circa 1945. Box 73, Folder 34
 
National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1967-1969. Box 73, Folder 35
 
National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc., 1962-1971. Box 73, Folder 36
 
Newton Committee for Fair Housing and Equal Rights, 1966. Box 73, Folder 37
 
No More Hiroshimas.  
Note [SEE: Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs]
Box 73
Non-Violent Action Against Nuclear Weapons, 1958-1959. Box 73, Folder 38
 
Nonviolent Committee for Cuban Independence, 1961. Box 73, Folder 39
 
Northern Student Movement, 1964. Box 73, Folder 40
 
Omaha Action--Nonviolence Against Nuclear Missile Policy, 1959. Box 73, Folder 41
 
On the Beach Project, 1960. Box 73, Folder 42
 
Pacem, 1968. Box 73, Folder 43
 
PAX (Political Action for Peace), 1960-1969. Box 73, Folder 44
 
Peace Action Committee, 1958. Box 73, Folder 45
 
Peace Action Council, 1966. Box 73, Folder 46
 
Peace Activities Coordinating Council (P.A.C.C.), 1963. Box 73, Folder 47
 
Peace Council, 1961-1963. Box 73, Folder 48
 
Peace Race Campaign, 1961. Box 73, Folder 49
 
Peace Research Institute, 1961-1963. Box 73, Folder 50
 
Peace Study Institute, 1958. Box 73, Folder 51
 
Pennies for Peace, Inc., 1962. Box 73, Folder 52
 
People Against Racism, 1968. Box 73, Folder 53
 
Phoenix Defense Fund, 1959-1962. Box 73, Folder 54
 
Physicians for Social Responsibility, 1962-1965. Box 73, Folder 55
 
Physicians Forum, Inc., The, 1958. Box 73, Folder 56
 
Promoting Enduring Peace, 1958-1965. Box 73, Folder 57-58
 
Protestants and Other Americans United (P.O.A.U.), 1962. Box 73, Folder 59
 
Public Affairs Forum of Utah County, 1961. Box 73, Folder 60
 
Religious Freedom Committee, 1959-1963. Box 73, Folder 61
 
SANE, Local Chapters - 10th Congressional District, 1958-1959. Box 73, Folder 62
 
SANE, Local Chapters - Boston, 1958-1962. Box 73, Folder 62
 
SANE, Local Chapters - Boston, newsletter, 1958-1961. Box 73, Folder 63
 
SANE, Local Chapters - Chicago, 1959-1964. Box 73, Folder 64
 
SANE, Local Chapters - Los Angeles and L.A. area, 1959-1962. Box 73, Folder 65
 
SANE, Local Chapters - Miscellaneous localities, 1958-1960. Box 73, Folder 66
 
SANE, Local Chapters - New York and N.Y. area, 1958-1961. Box 73, Folder 67
 
SANE, Local Chapters - Rockland County, N.Y., 1960-1962. Box 73, Folder 68
 
SANE, National, 1958-1965. Box 73, Folder 69-73
Box 75
SANE, National, 1958-1960. Box 75
Box 74
SANE, National - Reports, 1958-1960. Box 74, Folder 1
 
SANE, National - Sane Action bulletins, 1960-1961. Box 74, Folder 2
 
SANE, National - Sane USA newsletter, 1958-1960. Box 74, Folder 3
 
SANE, National - Sane World newsletter, 1962-1967. Box 74, Folder 4
 
SANE, National - Shifting Gears newsletter, 1964. Box 74, Folder 5
 
SANE, National - Toward a Sane Nuclear Policy.  Box 74, Folder 6
 
Scientists and Engineers for Social and Political Action, 1969. Box 74, Folder 7
 
SIR, 1962. Box 74, Folder 8
 
Social Workers Committee, undated. Box 74, Folder 9
 
Socialist Party--Social Democratic Federation, 1960-1961. Box 74, Folder 10
 
Society for Social Responsibility in Science (SSRS), 1957-1962. Box 74, Folder 11
 
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1961-1962. Box 74, Folder 12
 
Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), 1967. Box 74, Folder 13
 
Southern Poverty Law Center, 1971. Box 74, Folder 14
 
Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc., 1961-1962. Box 74, Folder 15
 
Student Christian Movement, 1962. Box 74, Folder 16
 
Student Committee For Travel to Cuba, 1964. Box 74, Folder 17
 
Student Mobilization Committee, 1967. Box 74, Folder 18
 
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 1964-1966. Box 74, Folder 19
 
Student Peace Union, 1961-1963. Box 74, Folder 20
 
Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1966. Box 74, Folder 21
 
Survival Idea, The, 1959. Box 74, Folder 22
 
Temporary Committee for Peace Organization, 1961. Box 74, Folder 23
 
Temporary Committee re South East Asia, 1964. Box 74, Folder 24
 
TOCSIN, 1961. Box 74, Folder 25
Box 75
Toronto Association for Peace, [oversize] 1968.  Box 75
Box 74
Toward Freedom, 1958. Box 74, Folder 26
 
Toward World Democracy, 1962. Box 74, Folder 27
 
Turn Toward Peace, 1961-1965. Box 74, Folder 28
Box 75
Turn Toward Peace, [oversize] 1962.  Box 75
Box 74
UN We Believe, 1962. Box 74, Folder 29
Note [SEE: also American Association for the U.N.]
 
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1959. Box 74, Folder 30
 
Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice, 1959. Box 74, Folder 31
 
U.S. Committee Against Militarization, 1960. Box 74, Folder 32
 
United States Committee for Refugees, 1966. Box 74, Folder 33
 
United World Federalists, 1959-1965. Box 74, Folder 34
 
University Committee, 1965. Box 74, Folder 35
 
University Disarmament Group, 1960. Box 74, Folder 36
 
Veritas Foundation, 1959-1960. Box 74, Folder 37
 
Veterans and Reservists to End the War in Viet Nam, 1966. Box 74, Folder 38
 
Veterans for Peace, 1966. Box 74, Folder 39
 
Veterans for Peace in Vietnam, 1968. Box 74, Folder 40
 
Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 1960-1963. Box 74, Folder 41
 
Vietnam Peace Action, 1969. Box 74, Folder 42
Note [SEE: also AFSC]
 
Vietnam Summer, 1967. Box 74, Folder 43
 
Voice of Women, 1961-1966. Box 74, Folder 44
Note [SEE: also Women Strike for Peace]
 
W.E.B. Dubois Clubs of America, 1966. Box 74, Folder 45
 
War Resisters' International, 1961-1962. Box 74, Folder 45
 
War Resisters League, 1958-1962. Box 74, Folder 47
 
Women for Peace, 1961-1963. Box 74, Folder 47
 
Women Strike for Peace, 1961-1967. Box 74, Folder 49-51
Box 72
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1958-1965. Box 72, Folder 52
 
World Affairs Center, 1959-1962. Box 72, Folder 53
 
World Affairs Council (United Nations), 1959-1962. Box 72, Folder 54
Box 74
World Committee for a World Constitutional Convention, Inc., 1962-1963. Box 74, Folder 55
 
World Council of Peace, 1962-1963. Box 74, Folder 56
 
World Fellowship, 1960. Box 74, Folder 57
 
World Peace Broadcasting Foundation, 1960-1963. Box 74, Folder 58
 
World Peace Study Mission, 1964-1965. Box 74, Folder 59
Box 75
World Population Emergency Campaign, [oversize] 1960.  Box 75
 
Yacht Phoenix  
Note [SEE: Phoenix Defense Fund]
Box 74
Youth Against War and Fascism, 1966-1967. Box 74, Folder 60
 
Social Action Groups-Publications, 1958-1969 
Note This series contains newsletters, brochures, and other publications produced by social action groups.
Box 74
Booklets, 1958-1962. Box 74, Folder 61-62
 
Coffin Nails.  
Note [SEE: Tombstones]
Box 74
Eco-Gram, newsletter of Italo-American Citizens, 1962. Box 74, Folder 63
 
F.C.I., Features and News From Behind the Iron Curtain, 1962. Box 74, Folder 64
 
Liberation magazine, 1961. Box 74, Folder 65
 
Peace Action, 1959. Box 74, Folder 66
 
Peace News (London), 1958-1959, 1965. Box 74, Folder 67
 
Peoples Korea, The, 1961. Box 74, Folder 68
 
Political Action Information Service, 1963. Box 74, Folder 69
 
Sanity magazine, [advertisement only] 1962.  Box 74, Folder 70
 
Survival newsletter, 1958-1961. Box 74, Folder 71
 
Tombstones, 1961-1963. Box 74, Folder 72
 
U. S. Department of State pamphlets, 1958-1960. Box 74, Folder 73
 
War/Peace Report, [advertisement only] 1963-1965.  Box 74, Folder 74