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Correspondence

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 515 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence from H.T. Stetson to Edward Appleton, 1933, 1947, 1980

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.110
Scope and Contents

The material consists of correspondence from H.T. Stetson to Edward Appleton, dated 1933 and 1947. The letter from 1933 includes a photograph and has a note by Dr J. King, dated 1980 marked, 'letter drawing attention to the decrease of radio reception during the years 1930-1932 when the sunspot number was also decreasing'.

Dates: 1933, 1947, 1980

Correspondence from H.W. Newton to Edward Appleton, 1946

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Identifier: Coll-37/C.347
Scope and Contents

Correspondence from H.W. Newton to Edward Appleton, dated 1946. The material includes a photograph of a giant sunspot, dated July 1946, and a draft of Newton's report on 'Solar Activity’.

Dates: 1946

Correspondence from H.W. Newton to Edward Appleton, 1939, 1944, 1955

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.84
Scope and Contents

Correspondence from H.W. Newton to Edward Appleton, dated 1939, 1944, and 1955. The material from 1944 consists of 2 copies of a letter from Newton commenting on a Russian memorandum on magnetic and ionospheric storms.

Dates: 1939, 1944, 1955

Correspondence from H.W. Newton, W.R. Piggott and R.L. Smith-Rose to Edward Appleton, c. 1938-1939

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Identifier: Coll-37/C.425
Scope and Contents

The material consists of correspondence from H.W. Newton to Edward Appleton, dated 1938-1939; from W.R. Piggott to Edward Appleton, no date, c. 1939; and from R.L. Smith-Rose to Edward Appleton, dated 1938.

Dates: c. 1938-1939

Correspondence from J. Bartels to Edward Appleton, 1949-1958

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.5
Scope and Contents

Correspondence from J. Bartels to Edward Appleton, dated 1949-1958. The material Includes data, graphs and printed matter relating to various research problems.

Dates: 1949-1958

Correspondence from J. Larmor to Edward Appleton, 1925-1939

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.59
Scope and Contents

The material consists of correspondence from J. Larmor to Edward Appleton, dated 1925-1939. Some of the letters remain in their original envelopes and many include research ideas and calculations, which continue on accompanying sheets or on to the back of the envelope. All are in a very tiny hand with many afterthoughts, cancellations and marginalia, etc.

Dates: 1925-1939

Correspondence from J. Needham to Edward Appleton, 1953

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.83
Scope and Contents

The material consists of one letter only from J. Needham to Edward Appleton, dated 1953.

Dates: 1953

Correspondence from J. Paton to Edward Appleton, 1949-1953 and no date

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.85
Scope and Contents

Correspondence from J. Paton to Edward Appleton, dated 1949-1953. The material mainly relates to aurorae and includes a draft or transcript of a discussion on aurorae between Appleton, Paton and A.C.B. Lovell, no date.

Dates: 1949-1953 and no date

Correspondence from J.A. Ratcliffe to Edward Appleton, 1951-1964

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.102
Scope and Contents

Correspondence from J.A. Ratcliffe to Edward Appleton, dated 1951-1952, 1955, 1960 and 1964 (Appleton's carbon copy only). The material from 1952 includes a memorandum relating to analysis of I.G.Y. [International Geophysical Year] records, with comments by A. J. Lyon. Appleton's letter of 1964 refers to Larmor, and to the discovery of the equatorial anomaly.

Dates: 1951-1964