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Papers of Sir Fred Hoyle (1915-2001), astronomer

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Box 11

 

  1. Photographs of stratospheric particles, with letters and papers.
  2. General facts about Saturn, its satellites and the Voyager mission 1981, typescript; Voyager I: the Jupiter encounter, typescript to accompany set of slides; catalogues of astronomical products.
  3. Astronomical photos, graphs and papers.
  4. Slides.

 

Box 12

 

  1. Letters, 1982-83.
  2. Typed, The Inferno.
  3. Unpublished 2 x MS (TV Idea) Mr Evil's Hour: 2 x Typed, Mr Evil's Hour.
  4. Unpublished MS and Typed, BH ideas: Minuet.
  5. Unpublished MS, Copies, Possible Lectures. For educational films: Why do we do astronomy?; The history of matter; The planets; The universe.
  6. Unpublished typed, October the First is To Late, Film Treatment: Typed, The Inferno, Film Treatment.
  7. Unpublished typed, A New TV Series: Typed, Seven Steps to the Sun, TV Series.
  8. Unpublished MS and typed Unused early Short Stories FH.
  9. Typed Play in French of Black Cloud, author unknown.
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Box 13

 

All items closed except with the express permission of the Hoyle family.

  1. MS An essay on the mathematics of evolution.
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  3. Unpublished MS, The Rise of a Leader.
  4. Comet Halley, Scripts typed by FH.

 

Box 14

 

Items 2-6 closed except with the express permission of the Hoyle family.

  1. 2 x Typed Copies of The Inferno.
  2. Typed with MS Corrections The Darwinian Priority a Case of Documentary Forgery, FH NA NCW.
  3. As Above.
  4. As Above.
  5. As Above Chapter 1-7.
  6. As Above Chapters 8 - Appendix

 

Box 15

 

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  6. MS Proof that Life is Cosmic: MS The Frozen Planet of Azuron: MS Zuchario the Sugar Bandit.
  7. Letters re Isaac Newton telescope project 1960; Letters re headship of DAMTP 1964; 2 ALLS from J.S. Boys Smith, Vice-Chancellor, to FH re his proposed resignation as Plumian Professor of Astronomy, 3 and 9 Oct. 1964; ALS from W.J. Sartain, Secretary General of the Faculties, to FH, 9 Oct. 1964; Letters and papers re Institute of Theoretical Astronomy 1965-66.

 

Box 16

 

  1. MS From Virus to Cosmology, The Royal Society of Medicine Lloyd-Roberts Lecture, 11 May 1982; MS synopsis of Evolution from Space; Typescript Evolution from Space, OMNI Lecture 12 Jan. 1982; HW, Copy, BH Corrections for Omni Lecture. FH, Evolution from space. The Omni Lecture delivered at the Royal Institution, London on 12 January 1982. MS 1st draft NA used lecture Jan 12; MS Lecture (12 Jan).
  2. General Remarks on Particle Sizes, MS and photocopy; Typed and MS Interstellar Planetary Bacteria chapters 7,13 and14 'for 'Stardust'.
  3. Typed, The Information content of Enzymes and the Origin of Life, FH and Chandra Wickramasinghe; MS and typescript 'Caltech 16 May'; Typed, Is Life an Astronomical Phenomenon?
  4. MS Evolution from Space, Windermere Lecture Dec. 1983; MS Willy's Dinner, Pasadena Nov. 5 & 6 1981; MS and photocopy of Mermaid Lecture 25 Oct. 1981; MS Cambridge Lecture; MS An essay on genetics by FH and Chandra Wickramasinghe.
  5. MS A new cosmological model, FH and JV Narliker; MS On the nature of mass by FH and JVN; MS Cosmological models in a conformally invariant gravitational theory: I The Friedmann models by FH and JVN; MS Cosmological models in a conformally invariant gravitational theory: II A new model by FH and JVN; MS The future of cosmology; MS Science in modern and ancient times; MS General review of cosmological theories, MS Stonehenge talk; MS Radio sources.
  6. MS X-Ray Article Theory: MS X-Ray Astronomy: MS 16/07/78 A Matter of History '76-'78: MS The Shapes and Sizes of Bacteria: MS Letter to Head teachers, re: Influenza Survey: Typed MS A Fable on the Fallacy that Money is More Important than Energy: MS The Vogue of Science Fiction: MS Chap 3, The Common Cold and odd pages: MS Summary for 'Evolution from Space: MS Pages Techniques for Detection.

 

Box 17

 

  1. MS, What is a Spiral Galaxy: Typed, Caltech Lecture: MS, On the Causes of Plate Tectonics '81: Letter from Caltech about Willy Fowler's Retirement and MS Letter from FH to WAF: MS Abstract On the V/Vm Test for Recently Published List of Bright QSO's, '83: Typed Lecture Fremantle, Balliol Oxford, 28/04/83.
  2. MS After Dinner Speech Grange-Over-Sands, European Reactor Meeting.
  3. MS Chap 2, Economics and Energy: MS Stonehenge, As an Astronomical Observatory: MS On the Future of Physics and Astronomy: MS The Case for Nuclear Energy; MS Right, Left or Centre; MS Chapter 3, Energy: MS Chapter 4, Britain and the Future: MS Message to the Muhlmann's: MS Chap 1, Population and People: Brown envelope, Stonehenge Photo's: MS Science Fiction.
  4. BH MS Lists of FH Collection: MS Vacuum Loop and Vacuum Polarisation: MS On a Wave Function Picture for the Direct Particle Theory of Gravitation and Electromagnetism, FH and JVN: MS Is the Gravitational 'Constant' Variable: MS '72 Book with JVN.
  5. MS Odd Pages MS FH and JVN '71: MS A Direct Particle Theory of Weak Interactions FH and JVN: MS New Physics, FH NA JVN: MS The Direct Particle Theory in Quantum Electrodynamics '66.
  6. Typed, Wave Function and Conformal Theory, FH and JVN.
  7. MS, A Dissentient Opinion on Quantities Units and Symbols?
  8. MS Princeton Lectures Galaxies, Nuclei and Quasars.
  9. MS, Is the Universe at a High Kinetic Temperature?
  10. MS Steady-State Cosmology Revisited.

 

Box 18

 

  1. MS, Highly Condensed Objects: MS Pulsars as a Tool of Extragalactic Research: MS Geometry in the Neighbourhood of a Particle: MS (early) The Formation of Galaxies, Stars and Planets: MS Cosmic Rays from Rotating Superdense Objects: MS New Physics.
  2. MS, The Log-S-Log 2 Diagram for Radio Galaxies and its Relation to Cosmology, GR Burbidge and FH: MS The Quasi-Stella Objects, RI Discourse.
  3. MS Lectures and Workings.
  4. MS An Assessment of the Evidence Against the Steady-State Theory.
  5. MS Chess Moves.
  6. Letter MS, NF Bantor; Dasent; L Smit; Miss McCollum; Brian W Aldiss; Dr Woodgate; Pierre; Professor RJ Tayler; Quirk and more; Notes and Workings.
  7. Family Letter Liz and Girls. Closed.
  8. Notes on Films: By-Liner/ March '82 A Personal Approach to Nuclear Waste.
  9. MS Lectures: Workings: Letter from JVN: MS The Riddle of Redshifts, G. Burbidge: Paper, M Burbidge and Wal Sargent: Paper, Sabastian von Hoerner.
  10. MS The Relation of Science to the Humanities A Physicists View of Time.
  11. MS Papers: Letters: MS: Notes.
  12. MS Papers: Notes: Jottings.

 

Box 19

 

  1. MS Chap 1 The Earth.
  2. File, Letters 1972.
  3. Typescript Second annual C.C. Lauritsen Memorial Lecture October 18, 1971: Recent developments in cosmology by FH; MS lecture Science and society in modern times.
  4. MS The environment; MS Mathematics and science; MS and typescripts Why do we do astronomy?; MS talk Pulsars and Quasars;
  5. MS Self energy of the free electron.
  6. Letters 1972.
  7. Part of MS play; MS Electromagnetic waves from rapidly pulsating stars; MS On the origin of low-energy extrasolarsystem cosmic rays; Typescript Childrens' play Betelgeuse the Buckaneer; MS Stories; MS Slides & Summary lecture; MS speech; MS Colin Ronan.
  8. MS workings and notes; MS The path integral for the free particle propagator; MS Elementary particles in terms of path integrals I Leptons by FH and JVN; MS Non-relativistic approximations; MS Spinors, Klein-Gordan equation, Infinitesimal neutrino propagator, Continuous groups.
  9. Letters 1972.
  10. MS and typescript Recent developments in cosmology II; Typescript Presidential address Royal Astronomical Society The history of the Earth.
  11. Typed, Science Writing in Britain; MS letters 'Dear Mr Tilley; MS script; Part of MS story.
  12. Second Version Corrected for typing into final MS of Into Deepest Space.
  13. Copy of Nature 16/12/39 p.1019 The Evolution of the Stars FH and Ray Lyttleton: Letter: Photos: Reprint, The Universe Past and Present Reflections: Reprint, Two Decades of Collaboration with Willy Fowler: Reprint, On the Surface Boundary Condition for Stars, J Faulkner, K Griffiths and FH: Paper, On the Synthesis of Elements at Very High Temperatures, Robert V Wagoner, William A Fowler and FH: Preprint, Cosmic Dust and Exobiology, FH and NCW.

 

Box 20

 

  1. Newpaper cuttings: Royal Society posts, The Times 7 Jan. 1971; Sir Fred ... intellect and a touch of genius, Cambridge Evening News 1 Jan. 1972; New Year honours, The Times 1 Jan. 1972; Obtaining the best value from scientific research, letter from FH, The Times 4 Jan. 1972; Earth is going out into the cold, suggests Hoyle, Cambridge Evening News 13 Jan. 1972; Hoyle quits in row over 'bureaucracy', The Sunday Times 23 April 1972; Astronomers back protest by Sir Fred Hoyle, The Times 24 April 1972; Hoyle and water, The Guardian 24 April 1972; Professor Fred Hoyle resigns over policy issue, Cambridge Evening News 24 April 1972; Astronomy in Cambridge, The Times 26 April 1972; Fellowship for man at centre of Hoyle row, Cambridge Evening News 26 April 1972; Sir Fred Hoyle rift brings astronomy inquiry closer, The Times 9 May 1972; Fred Hoyle and the star-crossed academics, The Sunday Times 14 May 1972; Hoyle loses his window on the world, Cambridge Evening News 8 Sept. 1972.
  2. Booklet, Glasson dock through the ages; Shooting times and country magazine, August 2-8 1984; Shooting for clay shooting and shotguns, August 1984; Target gun, No. 33 August 1982; Physics Today Feb. 1989, special issue: Richard Feynman.
  3. Book: Revolutionary Direction in Intellectual and Production: Their Consequences for the Higher Learning FH p.54 '75.
  4. Magazine: Bulletin Vol 20 '84 Letter. MS Reminiscences from the Impressionable Years; 5 x Magazine Bulletin Volume 25 '89: Article Published on Herman Bondi.
  5. Time Magazine 21/11/83 p.49 FH.
  6. Cambridge Review Vol. 105 Feb. 1984, FH p.65; Cambridge Review Vol. 107 March 1986, FH p.36.  MS: Fraud, deception, and illusion in science.
  7. Letters and FH (copy) MS London Illustrated News and The Big Bank City Ball c.1986.
  8. 2 x Bilderwissenschaft Magazine '90 p.56.
  9. 4 x Bilderwissenschaft article FH and C. Wickramasinghe interview with FH. Letter from Scienza.
  10. New Scientist 19/01/84 p.39.
  11. Focus Rochester Museum and Science Center 1987 p.18.
  12. 2 x Engineering and Science Caltech Nov. 1981 p.8.
  13. New Scientist 28/8/86 p.50.
  14. Famiglia Christiana 12/02/84 p54; MS The Case for Nuclear Energy; 'Now' Magazine Jan. 1980; Rough paragraph supporting 'Mermaid Theatre' appeal.
  15. MS FH after dinner speech to Radcliffe Trust.
  16. MS Chapters 9,10,11,12. Chapter 9: The Pioneers of Astronomy.
  17. MS JVN Chapter VIII.
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