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Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. Collection of Atomic Age Ephemera, 1897-2017

By Anne Bahde

Collection Overview

Title: Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. Collection of Atomic Age Ephemera, 1897-2017

Predominant Dates: 1945-1975

ID: MSS HarrisRD

Primary Creator: Harris, Robert Dalton

Extent: 5.1 cubic feet. More info below.

Arrangement: Series 1: Ephemera lists materials chronologically by date of publication. Items have been individually numbered in sequence, preceded by year of publication (i.e., 1979.001, 1979.002). Growth to the collection is expected; new materials will be added intellectually in sequence, and physically at the end of the collection.

Date Acquired: 00/00/2017

Languages of Materials: English [eng], French [fre], Japanese [jpn], Spanish;Castilian [spa]


The Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. Collection of Atomic Age Ephemera consists of printed ephemera produced from the late 19th century to the present day. The materials comprise broad coverage of many scientific, religious, cultural, industrial, political, environmental, and other aspects of nuclear history. Items are arranged chronologically by date of creation. Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. and his partner Diane DeBlois are authors, editors, historians, independent scholars, and long-time proprietors of aGatherin’, a business that deals in ephemera and original source materials.

Scope and Content Notes

The Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. Collection of Atomic Age Ephemera consists of printed ephemera acquired and assembled by Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. and his partner Diane DeBlois, experts on ephemera and proprietors of the ephemera business a’Gatherin.

The collection includes materials produced from the late 19th century to the present day, with the majority of items falling between 1945 and 1970. Materials in the collection comprise broad coverage of many scientific, religious, cultural, industrial, political, environmental, and other aspects of nuclear history. Most items were produced in the United States; however, British, Canadian, and Japanese materials are also present.

Materials prior to 1945 deal with early scientific advances and the therapeutic radium craze, documented through promotional materials, testimonials, and advertisements. Newspapers, speeches, and publications show American response to news of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the end of the war in 1945. Tensions around international control of atomic energy in the years just following the war are represented through offprints, reports, and speeches. In the years before 1950, growing anxiety at the start of the Cold War and calls for peace from individuals and organizations can be seen in pamphlets, newsletters, and article reprints.

The testing and development of nuclear weapons is represented by numerous photographs, press releases, and postcards. Civil defense is a primary concentration of the collection, and a number of handbooks, manuals, training materials, and survival guides dominate the collection from 1950 to 1965. Public engagement with the challenges of atomic energy can be seen through newspapers, radio programs, and other mass media artifacts. Increased public awareness about the personal and environmental dangers of fallout is documented through fallout shelter designs, disaster plans, and guides for the layperson on radiation detection.

A number of items relate to educating laypersons and/or students about nuclear energy and science, including school newsletters, curricula, exhibit guides, and manuals. The presence of the growing nuclear industries is asserted in the later 1940s through the next two decades, in the form of investment guides, company booklets, trade publications, and promotional materials. The growth of nuclear power is well represented in the form of power plant brochures, postcards, and training guides. Materials related to anti-nuclear activism are present from just after WWII and increase in number during the 1950s and 1960s, with organized protests and rallies advertised in posters, flyers, and leaflets. The late 20th century is reflected in ephemera related to nuclear-themed protest art and the space race, as well as satiric posters and postcards.

The collection has particular strength in the early American response to news of the atomic bomb. This response is documented through over 75 pieces produced in the days and months after the United States destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The large set of newspapers in this section, particularly the rare newspapers from Hanford, Oak Ridge, Los Alamos, and environs announcing and discussing the atomic bomb, are a notable highlight of the collection.

There are nearly 50 different material types in this collection, and over 550 individual items. The majority of items are typical printed ephemera formats such as pamphlets, booklets, brochures, leaflets, flyers, posters, and postcards. Additional formats include photographs, stamps, promotional materials and advertisements, instructional materials, government documents, calendars, stickers, original art, sheet music, and petitions.  A large fallout shelter sign, a fabric civil defense armband, and a neutron irradiated dime are among the few 3D artifacts.

The majority of published print items have been separated from the larger Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. Collection of the Atomic Age and comprise the cataloged portion of the collection. Some serials are included in the ephemera collection, including newsletters and newspapers, but the majority of serial titles (magazines and journals) will be cataloged. Cataloging for monograph and serial publications from the Harris Collection of the Atomic Age is ongoing; access to these titles is limited until cataloging is finished.

Biographical / Historical Notes

Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. and his partner Diane DeBlois are authors, editors, historians, independent scholars, and long-time proprietors of aGatherin’, a business that deals in ephemera and original source materials. They began building a collection on the atomic age in the early 1980s and added thousands of books, pieces of ephemera, manuscript collections, and artifacts gradually over decades. Oregon State University acquired the collection in 2017.

Robert Jr. was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1943. During the course of his work towards a PhD in Psychology from Yale, Robert Sr. taught at Topaz Japanese Relocation Camp and Toele Ordnance Depot in Utah, as an instructor at Oregon State College 1947-1950, and at Montana State College where he died in 1954. Robert’s mother Marie Schlegel Harris [Bussard] returned to Corvallis and Oregon State College in 1957, becoming an Extension Specialist, Coordinator of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Program, and an Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition. Robert Jr. graduated from Corvallis High School in 1961, his summers spent working for the chemistry and physics departments at OSU. After attending Stanford University on a General Motors scholarship, Harris received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. In 1970 he began working for the U. S. Air Force’s special weapons laboratory in Albuquerque, NM, becoming a full-time dealer in postal history and ephemera in 1973.

Harris was always a collector, beginning with postage stamps, which led to an emphasis on postal history as well as transportation and communication ephemera. Diane DeBlois was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1947. After receiving a BA in English Literature from McGill University and a MA in Education from Western University, DeBlois joined Harris as a life and business partner in 1979. Together they have written hundreds of articles for publications in the world of philately and ephemera, and have presented at international conferences on business history, economic history, and postal history. The Atomic Age Collection was the basis for a paper at the 2006 Business History Conference in Toronto, Canada; and for an international art and architecture workshop in 2015.

For 15 years, DeBlois and Harris published P.S.: A Quarterly Journal of Postal History; since 2000 they have edited the Postal History Journal, an effort for which they won the American Philatelic Congress’ Diane D. Boehret awards in 2004 and 2014. They have both been inducted into the Philatelic Writers Hall of Fame. Harris also received the American Philatelic Congress’ C. Corwith Wagner Award (1995), and with DeBlois, the 2008 Jere Hess Barr Award. In 2016, the pair was awarded the Luff Award for Excellence in Philatelic Research. They have served on the Museum Advisory Council for the Smithsonian National Postal Museum.

DeBlois and Harris were charter members of The Ephemera Society of America in 1980, and have organized symposia, conferences and have published many of the Society’s publications. Diane has edited The Ephemera Journal since 2010. The pair share the Ephemera Society of America’s highest award, the Maurice Rickards Medal (2008), for their “continuing efforts at promoting understanding of the historical and cross-disciplinary importance of objects through well-researched, readily accessible, writings.” aGatherin’ is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB).

Administrative Information

More Extent Information: 6 boxes, including 3 oversize boxes and 1 oversize folder

Statement on Access: The collection is open for research.

Acquisition Note: The collection was acquired via purchase and donation in 2017.

Separated Materials: The Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. Collection of the Atomic Age is made of up this collection, approximately 1000 books and serials, and approximately 25 separate archival collections. Published materials will be cataloged into the History of Atomic Energy Collection; the archival materials will be separately arranged and described.

Related Materials: The History of Atomic Energy Collection and the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers both hold similar materials on a wide variety of nuclear topics also appearing within this collection, including civil defense, weapons testing, the antinuclear movement, nuclear power, nuclear science, radiation, and more. The Eugene Starr Papers, the Ted Rockwell Papers, and Leonard Maki Nuclear Power Collection hold materials on the development of nuclear power and propulsion. Other materials related to nuclear weapons testing and radiation victims include the Barton C. Hacker Papers, Nuclear Free America Records, and the Charter Heslep Papers.

Preferred Citation: Robert Dalton Harris, Jr. Collection of Atomic Age Ephemera (MSS HarrisRD), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Processing Information:

We acknowledge that materials in SCARC collections and the language that describes them may be harmful. We are actively working to address our descriptive practices; for more information please see our SCARC Anti-Racist Actions Statement online.

Some materials in this collection use derogatory language to describe ethnic groups. We acknowledge the racism represented by the use of these phrases and the harm they may cause our users. Providing access to these historical materials does not endorse any attitudes or behavior depicted therein.


Harris, Robert Dalton

People, Places, and Topics

Antinuclear movement.
Civil defense.
Hiroshima-shi (Japan)--History--Bombardment, 1945
History of Science
Nagasaki-shi (Japan)--History--Bombardment, 1945
Nuclear-weapon-free zones
Nuclear arms control.
Nuclear disarmament.
Nuclear energy
Nuclear industry.
Nuclear physics.
Nuclear propulsion.
Nuclear warfare.
Nuclear weapons--Social aspects.
Nuclear weapons--Testing.
Radiation--Health aspects.
Radioactive fallout

Forms of Material

Artifacts (object genre)
Photographic prints.
Printed ephemera.

Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: Ephemera, 1897-2010
Series 1: Ephemera lists materials chronologically by date of publication. Items have been individually numbered in sequence, preceded by year of publication (i.e., 1979.001, 1979.002). Items are grouped and housed by size. Growth to the collection is expected; new materials will be added intellectually in sequence, and physically at the end of the collection.
Box-Folder 3.151: Program for Fourth Annual Reception of the New York Academy of Sciences and Exhibition of the Recent Progress of Science, April 5, 1897
Dr. Nicola Tesla lectured on "The Streams of Lenard and Roentgen, with Novel Apparatus for their Production."
ID: 1897.001

Box-Folder 1.1: Letter from William. W. Graves to Dr. G. H Klie, September 29, 1899
Letter summarizing work experimenting with "Roentgen's Light" and its application to medical and surgical diagnosis.
ID: 1899.001

Box-Folder 5.1: The Radium Dance, 1904
Sheet music for "The Great Radium Dance," "as introduced in Piff-Paff-Pouf".
ID: 1904:001

Box-Folder 5.2: The Radium Dance, 1904
(Alternate cover) Sheet music for "The Great Radium Dance," "as introduced in Piff-Paff-Pouf".
ID: 1904:002

Box-Folder 5.3: Testimonial letters for Radium Radia Company, 1905
Testimonials promoting Radium Radia liniment for all aliments.
ID: 1905:001

Box-Folder 1.2: Radium Remedies Company, 1916
Promotional pamphlet for Radium Remedies' radium products including complexion soap, suppositories, and cold cream.
ID: 1916.001

Box-Folder 1.3: 440. Mme Curie, savant, 1919
Collectible advertising card for Chocolat de Qualite' Superieure Guerin-Boutron in Paris.
ID: 1919:001

Box-Folder 1.4: The Revigator, 1927
Promotional pamphlet for home radium water treatment to treat everything from arthritis to "female troubles."
ID: 1927.001

Box-Folder 1.5: Radium Has Been Discovered at Stovall Hot Wells, 1929
Promotional pamphlet for hotel near natural mineral spring.
ID: 1929.001

Box-Folder 1.6: Ultrad Radiant Energy Generator, 1937
Brochure advertising two methods of producing and applying radiant energy.
ID: 1937:001

Box-Folder 1.7: Roentgen Report, January 7, 1941
X-ray report for adult woman with lung issue. Performed at Devitt's Camp, Allenwood, Pennsylvania.
ID: 1941:001

Box-Folder 1.8: Irradiated Evaporated Milk, July 1941
Promotional materials for irradiated evaporated milk products.
ID: 1941.002

Box-Folder 1.9: Food Preparation Letter, September 1943
Form letter detailing wartime nutrition benefits of irradiated milk.
ID: 1943.001

Box-Folder 1.10: Robert Francis Calfee Oak Ridge Employee Documents, June 25, 1944
Camera registration with the Clinton Engineer Works Auxiliary Military Police; Oak Ridge Health Association card; cautionary notice telling workers to preserve the secrecy mandate for Manhattan Project.
ID: 1944.001

Box-Folder 4.1: Oak Ridge Journal, July 13, 1944
ID: 1944.002

Box-Folder 4.2: Oak Ridge Journal, August 31, 1944
ID: 1944.003

Box-Folder 4.3: The Sage Sentinel, September 15, 1944
ID: 1944.004

Box-Folder 4.22: Shopper's Guide to Oak Ridge, December 21, 1944
Map insert from Oak Ridge Journal with warning "Restricted: Not to be taken from area."
ID: 1944.005

Box-Folder 1.11: Information Bulletin for Oak Ridge Residents, January 15, 1945
Booklet for new residents about facilities and services in the town site. Topics discussed include cameras, radios, firearms, pets, shopping, milk and firewood distribution, churches, recreation, rationing, and secrecy.
ID: 1945.001

Box-Folder 4.4: The Villager, August 6, 1945
Headline: It's Atomic Bombs: President Truman Releases Secret of Hanford Product.
ID: 1945.002

Box-Folder 6.1: Memphis Press Scimitar, August 6, 1945
Headline: U. S. Atom Bomb Made at Secret City in Tenn.
ID: 1945.003

Box-Folder 6.2: Butler Eagle, August 6, 1945
Headline: Bombers Hammer Tokyo Area.
ID: 1945:004

Box-Folder 6.3: Santa Fe New Mexican, August 6, 1945
Headline: Los Alamos Secret Disclosed by Truman.
ID: 1945.005

Box-Folder 1.12: Certificate, August 6, 1945
Awarded to Ella Jane Otten of E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Manhattan District; certifies that she "participated in work essential to the production of the Atomic Bomb."
ID: 1945:006

Box-Folder 1.13: Certificate, August 6, 1945
Awarded to John R. Hobaugh of E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Manhattan District; certifies that he "participated in work essential to the production of the Atomic Bomb."
ID: 1945:007

Box-Folder 1.14: Clinton Engineer Works at Oak Ridge, August 6, 1945
Press photo of Oak Ridge Clinton Engineer Works with accompanying caption: "The existence of this most terrible weapon was revealed by President Truman today, sixteen hours after the first atomic bomb had fallen on the Japanese Naval Base at Hiroshima."
ID: 1945:008

Box-Folder 1.15: Dormitories and hospital at Oak Ridge, August 6, 1945
Press photo of Oak Ridge with accompanying caption.
ID: 1945:009

Box-Folder 1.16: Hanford Engineer Works at Pasco, August 6, 1945
Press photo of Hanford Engineer Works with accompanying caption: "It is one of several secret plants where 65,000 persons worked on the war's most terrible and most secret weapon - the atomic bomb, existence of which was revealed by President Truman today."
ID: 1945.010

Box-Folder 1.17: Cycloton [sic], August 6, 1945
Press photo of cyclotron particle accelerator in Berkeley, California with accompanying caption.
ID: 1945.011

Box-Folder 4.5: The Stars and Stripes, August 7, 1945
Headline: U.S. Reveals Atom Bomb.
ID: 1945.012

Box-Folder 6.4: Jamestown Post-Journal, August 7, 1945
ID: 1945.013

Box-Folder 6.5: Knoxville Journal, August 7, 1945
Headline: Atomic Bomb Blasts Japan.
ID: 1945.014

Box-Folder 6.6: Daily Telegraph, August 7, 1945
Headline: Allies Invent Atomic Bomb: First Dropped on Japan.
ID: 1945.015

Box-Folder 6.7: New York Times, August 7, 1945
Headline: First Atomic Bomb Dropped on Japan.
Box-Folder 6.8: New York Herald Tribune, August 7, 1945
Headline: First Atomic Bomb Smashes Japanese City.
Box-Folder 6.9: Coldwater Daily Report, August 7, 1945
Headline: Japan Must Choose Between Surrender, Atomic Blasts.
ID: 1945.018

Box-Folder 6.10: Knoxville News Sentinel, August 7, 1945
ID: 1945.019

Box-Folder 6.11: Pittsburgh Post Gazette, August 7, 1945
ID: 1945.020

Box-Folder 6.12: Pittsburgh Press, August 7, 1945
Headline: Atom Bomb Shatters City.
ID: 1945.021

Box-Folder 6.13: Washington Observer, August 7, 1945
Headline: U. S. Perfects Atomic Bomb and Japan Faces Annihilation.
Box-Folder 6.14: Walla Walla Union Bulletin, August 7, 1945
Headline: Hanford Project Secrets Revealed.
ID: 1945.023

Box-Folder 6.15: Seattle Post Intelligencer, August 7, 1945
Headline: First Official Story of Atomic Bomb.
ID: 1945.024

Box-Folder 6.16: The Oregonian, August 7, 1945
Atomic Bomb Loosed on Japan; Secret Weapon Produced at Plant in Northwest.
ID: 1945.025

Box-Folder 6.17: Spokesman-Review, August 7, 1945
Headline: Atomic Bomb is Perfected at Hanford in Gigantic Gamble.
ID: 1945.026

Box-Folder 1.18: Pioneer of Atom Smashing, August 8, 1945
Press photo of Dr. Ernest Orlando Lawrence in Berkeley, California, next to cyclotron he developed in the Radiation Laboratory at University of California.
ID: 1945.027

Box-Folder 4.6: The Stars and Stripes, August 8, 1945
ID: 1945.028

Box-Folder 6.18: Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, August 8, 1945
Headline: Atom City in Ashes Holocaust in Hiroshima: Section 2: If Atomic Bomb hit Pittsburgh.
ID: 1945.029

Box-Folder 6.19: News Chronicle, August 8, 1945
Headline: Pilot Tells What Happened When Atomic Bomb Fell.
ID: 1945.030

Box-Folder 6.20: New York Times, August 8, 1945
Headline: Atom Bombers Awed by Flash and Shock.
ID: 1945.031

Box-Folder 6.21: New York Herald Tribune, August 8, 1945
Headline: Atom Bomb Pilot Tells His Story.
ID: 1945.032

Box-Folder 6.22: Yakima Daily Republic, August 8, 1945
ID: 1945:033

Box-Folder 6.37: Spokesman-Review, August 8, 1845
Headline: First Atom Bomb Bullseye on Japan Stunned Crew of B-29.
ID: 1945.074

Box-Folder 6.23: Seattle Post Intelligencer, August 8, 1945
Headline: Eyewitness Story of Atomic Bombing.
ID: 1945.034

Box-Folder 4.7: The Villager, August 9, 1945
Headline: Richland Is News Center of World; Army Lifts Curtain on Village Plant.
ID: 1945.034

Box-Folder 4.8: Oak Ridge Journal, August 9, 1945
Headline: Oak Ridge Attacks Japanese: Workers Thrill as Atomic Bomb Secret breaks: Press and Radio Stories Describe 'Fantastically Powerful" Weapon; Expected to Save Many Lives.
ID: 1945.036

Box-Folder 4.9: Daily Pacifican, August 9, 1945
Headline: Atomic Bomb Wipes Out over Half of Hiroshima.
ID: 1945.037

Box-Folder 4.10: The Stars and Stripes, August 9, 1945
Headline: Hiroshima Completely Destroyed.
ID: 1945.038

Box-Folder 6.24: News Chronicle, August 9, 1945
Headline: Russia In the Fight.
ID: 1945.039

Box-Folder 6.25: Seattle Post Intelligencer, August 9, 1945
Headline: Nazi Spies Aided U. S. on Atom Bomb.
ID: 1945.040

Box-Folder 6.40: Daily Mail, August 9, 1945
Headline: All Over within a Week.
ID: 1945.075

Box-Folder 4.11: The Stars and Stripes, August 10, 1945
ID: 1945.041

Box-Folder 6.26: New York Times, August 10, 1945
Headline: Truman Warns Japan: Quit or Be Destroyed.
ID: 1945.042

Box-Folder 6.27: Seattle Post Intelligencer, August 10, 1945
Headline: Atom Bombs to Drop Until Japan Surrenders.
ID: 1945.043

Box-Folder 6.28: Spokane Daily Chronicle, August 10, 1945
Headline: Japan Hands Sweden Offer of Surrender.
ID: 1945.044

Box-Folder 6.29: New York Times, August 11, 1945
Headline: Japan Offers to Surrender.
ID: 1945.045

Box-Folder 6.30: Spokane Daily Chronicle, August 11, 1945
ID: 1945.046

Box-Folder 6.31: New York Times, August 12, 1945
Headline: News of the Epochal Week.
ID: 1945.047

Box-Folder 4.12: T.E.C. Bulletin, August 13, 1945
Headline: A-Bombs Bring Hirohito to Knees with Peace Offer: TEC Workers Proud of Part Played. Men and Women of the Clinton Engineer Works - Tennessee Eastman Corporation.
ID: 1945.048

Box-Folder 4.13: The Villager, August 14, 1945
Headline: PEACE! Our Bomb Clinched It.
ID: 1945.049

Box-Folder 6.32: Pueblo Star-Journal, August 14, 1945
ID: 1945.050

Box-Folder 1.19: Past, Present, and Future, August 15, 1945
Letter to Fifth Air Force emphasizing need for additional victories and bravery as the war ends. Also stresses need to adhere to dress and protocol regulations.
ID: 1945.051

Box-Folder 6.33: New York Herald Tribune, August 15, 1945
Headline: Japanese War Ends.
ID: 1945.052

Box-Folder 4.14: Oak Ridge Journal, August 16, 1945
Headline: Reporters Cameramen Flood Town.
ID: 1945.054

Box-Folder 1.20: Letter from Sgt Anthony J. Gulick to Sgt John Zukowski, August 22, 1945
Illustrated letter discusses being stationed in Manilla, Philippines, and demobilization. Includes photograph of fishing trip.
ID: 1945.055

Box-Folder 6.35: Seattle Post Intelligencer, August 23, 1945
Headline: Atom Rays Cause Delayed Deaths in Japan.
ID: 1945.056

Box-Folder 4.15: The Villager, September 3, 1945
Headline: Richland Day Extra: Today is a Proud Day for Richland.
ID: 1945.057

Box-Folder 6.36: Daily Express, September 5, 1945
The Atomic Plague: "I Write This as a Warning to the World."
ID: 1945.058

Box-Folder 4.16: Daily Record, September 7, 1945
Headline: Atomic Bomb Terror.
ID: 1945.059

Box-Folder 5.4: What Atomic Bombs did to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, September 7, 1945
Pictorial fold out from Illustrated Current News
ID: 1945.060

Box-Folder 6.42: Panoramic photograph of Nagasaki destruction, September 8, 1945
View at Urakami area.
ID: 1945.061

Box-Folder 4.17: The Villager, September 13, 1945
Headline: Government Adopts 40-Hour Week.
ID: 1945.062

Box-Folder 4.18: The Villager, September 16, 1945
Headline: Victory Gives Richland Day New Theme.
ID: 1945.063

Box-Folder 5.29: Fore n' Aft, September 20, 1945
Last newsletter for the S. S. Afoundria, issued the day of docking.
ID: 1945.076

Box-Folder 1.21: Letter from Pat Laughlin to Mrs Joy Reid Gould, September 27, 1945
Letter describes effect of atomic bomb on Nagasaki and detailing conditions for soldiers and impression of residents. Photocopy.
ID: 1945.064

Box-Folder 1.22: "Can Small Nations Survive in the Post-War World?" A Lecture Delivered at Curran Theatre Town Hall, October 16, 1945
Typescript of speech concerning Greece after Nazi invasion; calls for world federation for atomic energy control.
ID: 1945.065

Box-Folder 1.23: The Missourian News, October 27, 1945
Newsletter written and published on the USS Missouri. Article titles include; President Truman Closely Associated With the Missouri, Victory Through Sea Power, Kamikaze Attacks on the Missouri, Perry's Flag Brought from U.S. Naval Academy on Display as Japan Surrenders.
ID: 1945.066

Box-Folder 1.24: A Speech Given by J. R. Oppenheimer at a Meeting of the Association of Los Alamos Scientists, November 2, 1945
Preprint dated November, 2, 1945 with the notice "This material is not for public release. A revised version will probably appear soon in one of the scientific journals." accompanied by letter dated December 16, 1945 from E. Leonard Jossem addressed to Mr. Will Shuster of Santa Fe, New Mexico on behalf of the Association, including the passage: "It has always been true that scientific discoveries can be used either constructively or destructively. No one is more anxious than we to see that nuclear power is used in a constructive way."
ID: 1945.067

Box-Folder 1.25: Action Bulletin: First Steps in Control of Atomic Energy Must Be Taken Now, November 5, 1945
Appeal to progressive church leaders to take action on atomic energy.
ID: 1945.068

Box-Folder 1.26: Peace and the Atomic Bomb: A Radio Discussion by Reuben Gustavson Robert Hutchens and Robert Redfield, November 11, 1945
Booklet transcript of the University of Chicago Roundtable event.
ID: 1945.069

Box-Folder 1.27: Construction for Atomic Bomb Facilities, December 13, 1945
Reprint from Engineering News-Record published December 13, 1945.
ID: 1945.070

Box-Folder 1.28: The Challenge of the Atomic Bomb Address Part Two, December 22, 1945
Program containing addresses pertaining to challenges of atomic weaponry delivered at the Annual Nation Associates Forum in December 1945.
ID: 1945.071

Box-Folder 1.29: Serving through Science: The Atomic Age: A Series of Four Radio Talks, December 1945
Program containing four radio talks by Hans Bethe, Harold Urey, James Franck, J. Robert Oppenheimer. Presented as part of New York Philharmonic Symphony Program.
ID: 1945.072

Box-Folder 1.30: The Contribution Made by Washington University in the Study and Development of Atomic Energy, 1945
Essays by A.H. Compton on atomic power and historical timelines describing Washington University's role in production of atomic energy. Includes letter from General Brehon Somervell expressing gratitude for Compton's work.
ID: 1945.073

Box-Folder 1.31: Pilot Lights of the Apocalypse: A Playlet in One Act, January 1946
Short play dealing with defense against atomic bombs. First published in Fortune Magazine, January 1946.
ID: 1946.001

Box-Folder 6.38: Sunday Oregonian, February 24, 1946
Headline: Hanford: Back to Ghosts and Goats.
ID: 1946.002

Box-Folder 1.32: World Scientists, Unite! Gear Your Thinking to The Atomic Age, February 1946
Volume 1, number 2 of The Atomic Age. Includes writings by Albert Einstein, Clement Wood, Max Schoen, Theodore Schroeder, Adam McGage, Raymond Pierce, and Theodore Schroeder.
ID: 1946.003

Box-Folder 1.33: A Conference Report on International Inspection of Radioactive Mineral Production, February 1946
Report excerpt representing a cooperative study of interest to the three organizations involved, intended to be a technical appraisal as a public service. The Committee was concerned with the technical control of raw materials from which atomic bombs may be manufactured.
ID: 1946.004

Box-Folder 1.34: Security in the Atomic Age, February 1946
Brochure encouraging atomic security via ending wars.
Box-Folder 5.5: Cameras will Record Bomb Test by Remote Control, March 4, 1946
Pictorial fold out from Illustrated Current News.
ID: 1946.006

Box-Folder 1.35: Calling All Congressmen!, March 1946
Brochure mobilizing high school youth to educate public about atomic energy and prevent its use for weapons. Endorsed by the Youth Council on the Atomic Crisis of Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
ID: 1946.007

Box-Folder 1.36: Socialist Life...versus Atomic Death, March 1946
Booklet containing explanation of atomic energy and its relationship to socialist ideology and politics.
ID: 1946.008

Box-Folder 1.37: Atomic Energy and Social Progress, March 1946
Short review of the history of science, capitalism, and war, urging international control and the cooperative work of the United Nations.
ID: 1946.009

Box-Folder 1.38: Prominent Research Men and Consultants Plan Atomic Study, April 11, 1946
Photograph of Dr. William D. Coolidge, Dr. Ernest O. Lawrence, Dr. Eugene Wigner, Dr. Hans A. Bethe, Dr. Marcel Schein, Dr. Harvey Brooks, Dr. Ernest E. Charlton, Dr. C. G. Suits, and Dr. Kenneth H. Kingdon looking at model of 100,000,000 volt betatron.
ID: 1946.010

Box-Folder 4.19: The Hartford Courant, May 5, 1946
Headline: Presenting the Atomic Future.
ID: 1946.011

Box-Folder 1.39: Museums and World Peace, June 1, 1946
Archibald MacLeish's address to the 41st annual meeting of the American Association of Museums that took place on May 17, 1946. Reprinted from Museum News.
ID: 1946.012

Box-Folder 1.40: Utilization and Control of Atomic Energy
"A draft convention prepared by the Legal Subcommittee in consultation with Legal, Political, and Scientific Experts."
ID: 1946.013

Box-Folder 1.41: Basic Proposals For International Control of Atomic Energy Made In The Acheson-Lilienthal Report, July 15, 1946
ID: 1946.014

Box-Folder 1.42: Envelopes and letters mailed from Bikini tests, July 1946
4 envelopes and 2 letters with envelopes sent from Bikini atomic bomb tests. Includes letter from Sgt. Carl H. Arndt to his son, sent to be transported on the airplane that carried the "A" bomb to Bikini, Marshall Islands; with special air mail envelope advertising that fact.
ID: 1946.015

Box-Folder 1.43: Associated Press photos of Operation Crossroads, July 1946
Photographs from press kit depicting Operation Crossroads atomic tests at Bikini Atoll, with typed captions.
ID: 1946.016

Box-Folder 1.44: Photos of Operation Crossroads, July 1946
Photograph Captions: 1. "Tons of water thrown up out of Bikini lagoon by the Baker Day blast shower down on the Crossroads target fleet. The spreading circle of radioactive materials is shown sweeping out in an ever widening ring over the target ships. This photograph was taken by an automatic camera mounted in one of the Bikini towers." 2. Photo of atomic blast conducted at Bikini Atoll as part of Operation Crossroads. Test ID - DBR-T1-1-318-EXP#6. 3. Photo of atomic blast conducted at Bikini Atoll as part of Operation Crossroads. Test ID- DBCR-T1-318-EXP#2. 4. Aerial image of mushroom cloud over Bikini Atoll. "Swirling and boiling like a living thing this atomic plume with its mushroom cap soared up over the Crossroads target fleet seconds after the Able Day explosion."
ID: 1946.017

Box-Folder 7.1: Oversize photos of Operation Crossroads, July, 1946
AF601-1 and AF601-5.
ID: 1946.036

Box-Folder 1.45: Promotional material for Republican Open Forums, September 28, 1946
Form letter and discussion outline on control of atomic energy.
ID: 1946.018

Box-Folder 1.46: The Control of Atomic Energy; Proposals Before the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission and Unofficial Plans, September 1946
Includes text of resolution establishing the United Nations Commission on Atomic Energy; the Baruch Proposal; Russian proposals; Australian proposals; and drafts conventions from the University of Chicago committee and the Carnegie Endowment.
ID: 1945.019

Box-Folder 4.20: Richland Villager, October 10, 1946
Headline: Hanford and 3000 Area Barracks to be Razed.
ID: 1946.020

Box-Folder 5.6: Alamogordo, November 1946
Poem by E. B. White about birth of the atomic bomb. Excerpt from Holiday, November 1946.
ID: 1946.021

Box-Folder 6.41: Bikini Balance Sheet, December 1, 1946
Special issue of Air Trails Pictorial.
ID: 1946.022

Box-Folder 1.47: The Atomic Bomb and Common Sense, 1946
Printed speech and letter from Charles Almy to stockholders describing company interests and involvement in the Bikini bomb tests, including use of stratospheric balloons.
ID: 1946.023

Box-Folder 1.48: Curriculum Bulletin on the Control of Atomic Energy, 1946
Curriculum and resource unit on the atomic age, urging teachers to concentrate less on the science and more on the social ramifications of atomic energy. Produced for social studies teachers in Kansas high schools. Part of unit on Citizenship and the Atomic Age.
ID: 1946.024

Box-Folder 1.49: The International Control of Atomic Energy; Toward Effective International Atomic Energy Control, 1946
The first item is Baruch's address to the United Nations on October 8, 1946. The second is his address to the Atomic Energy Commission on December 5, 1946.
ID: 1946.025

Box-Folder 1.50: American Chemical Society: Atomic Energy Exhibit, 1946
Booklet presenting exhibit text of atomic energy exhibit built by the American Chemical Society.
ID: 1946.026

Box-Folder 1.51: Comparative Analyses of Key Bills on Atomic Energy Control and Statement of Legislative Position of Federation of Atomic Scientists, 1946
Comparative analyses of McMahon-Douglas Bill and May-Johnson Bill with statement from the Federation of Atomic Scientists.
ID: 1946.027

Box-Folder 1.52: Promotional material for Science News Letters, 1946
Promotional material from the Institution for the Popularization of Science, featuring their Science News Letter. Content focuses on atomic energy.
ID: 1946.028

Box-Folder 1.53: Atomic Energy and World Government, 1946
Behind the Headlines, v. 6, no. 4. Author discusses the history of atomic energy, speculates on whether other countries will be able to recreate its secrets, and warns the focus has shifted toward atomic weapons.
ID: 1946.029

Box-Folder 1.54: Atomic Power, 1946
Sheet music with religious lyrics encouraging caution using atomic power.
ID: 1946.030

Box-Folder 1.55: I'm A Frightened Man, 1946
Urey discusses diplomats' and politicians' views of atomic weapons, and scientists' fear of use of atomic weapon by diplomats.
ID: 1946.031

Box-Folder 1.56: Bikini and Tomorrow, 1946
Booklet containing two editorials from San Francisco Chronicle discussing atomic bomb tests at Bikini Atoll, and damage to sea life and ships at the surface.
ID: 1946.032

Box-Folder 1.57: Atomic Energy and American Policy, 1946
Introductory statement by the Chairman of the Committee on Atomic Energy for International Conciliation compilation no. 416. Describes official programs underway and history of those programs.
ID: 1946.033

Box-Folder 1.58: The Deeper Challenge of the Atomic Bomb, 1946
Discusses history of science in regard to warfare and fears of the atomic bomb. Encourages readers to confront challenge of atomic energy as Christians.
ID: 1946.034

Box-Folder 5.7: Richland, Washington Map, 1946
Cartoon map of Richland, Washington.
ID: 1946.035

Box-Folder 1.59: 12 Atomic Facts: National Committee on Atomic Information, March 17, 1947
Booklet with detailed answers to commonly asked questions about atomic energy.
ID: 1947.001

Box-Folder 1.60: Radioactivity Units and Standards, October 1947
Prepared for the Subcommittee on Units' report to the Committee on Nuclear Science of the National Research Council. Reprint from Nucleonics; distributed by Isotopes Division of U.S. Atomic Energy Commission at Oak Ridge.
ID: 1947.002

Box-Folder 1.61: Donald Duck's Atom Bomb, 1947
Comic book from Walt Disney included in Cheerios cereal boxes.
ID: 1947.003

Box-Folder 1.62: Calling for a Crusade, 1947
"This article appeared in slightly modified form in the May 3 issue of the Saturday Review of Literature and in the April-May issue of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists."
ID: 1947.004

Box-Folder 1.63: Using the Atom for Peace, 1947
Booklet by the New York Herald Tribune's science reporter describing ways atomic energy can be used for peace.
ID: 1947.005

Box-Folder 1.64: Only Then Shall We Find Courage, 1947
Interview between Albert Einstein and Michael Amrine, with analysis of interview by Christian Gauss. On the back there is a section for donating to the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists; with the intention of providing funding to ensure atomic education for the "benefit of mankind, not its destruction."
ID: 1947.006

Box-Folder 1.65: Atomic Energy: A LIFE Exhibition, 1947
Brochure created for LIFE's photographic exhibit on atomic energy prepared in consultation with the United States Atomic Energy Commission.
ID: 1947.007

Box-Folder 1.66: Photos of Battleship Pennsylvania sinking, March 4, 1948
Four photographs of the USS Pennsylvania being sunk at Bikini Atoll due to atomic bomb testing. Caption: The ship was "radioactive to such a degree that she could not be disposed of for scrap without extensive decontamination," and so was sunk.
ID: 1948.001

Box-Folder 4.21: Seattle Sunday Times, June 20, 1948
Headline: Hanford Atomic Plant.
ID: 1948.002

Box-Folder 1.67: The Brown and White, December 1948
Volume XVI, No. 2 Publication from St. Francis Seminary. Featured article is Titled "Man and the Atom" and is about students' visit to an atomic energy exhibit of the same title.
ID: 1948.003

Box-Folder 1.68: Vote for Wallace, 1948
Flyer endorsing Henry A. Wallace for president with detachable mailing section for the Progressive Party, including the warning "Wallace or Atomic War!"
ID: 1948.004

Box-Folder 3.145: Atomic Energy Exhibit Fashion Show, 1948
Atomic Energy Exhibit Fashion Show for The City of New York Golden Anniversary Exposition, Aug 23 and Sept 19.
ID: undated.005

Box-Folder 1.69: A Road to Atomic Peace, June 1949
Six articles addressing atomic energy, negotiations in the United Nations, short-range and long-range values of America's power, and peaceful uses.
ID: 1949.001

Box-Folder 5.8: Nagasaki Four Years after Atom Bomb, August 10, 1949
Pictorial fold out from Illustrated Current News.
ID: 1949.002

Box-Folder 1.70: Safe Handling of Radioactive Isotopes: Handbook 42, September 1949
ID: 1949.003

Box-Folder 1.71: Atom A.R.P. : Tragic Folly, November 1949
Pamphlet reflecting on the bombing of Hiroshima and the social impacts future war and civil defense.
ID: 1949.004

Box-Folder 1.72: Photo of Atomic Energy Commission investigation, 1949
ID: 1949.005

Box-Folder 1.73: Visitors Guide to Hiroshima City Atomic Bomb Relics, 1949
Walking tour pamphlet.
ID: 1949.006

Box-Folder 1.74: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Letter, 1949
Thank you letter from the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists thanking Harry G. Miller for his support.
ID: 1949.007

Box-Folder 3.146: What is ABCC?, 1949
Booklet with reproduced photographs; in Japanese.
ID: 1949.008

Box-Folder 1.75: Hell-Bomb or Peace?, February 1950
Booklet on Communism and atomic weapons, advocating banning atomic weapons.
ID: 1950.001

Box-Folder 1.76: Human Nature and the Bomb, February 1950
Program for University of Chicago's Round Table event on human nature and atomic weapons. First in the series of "Can We Make Peace?" Participants: Harrison S. Brown, Herbert Blumer, Kenneth Burke, Helen V. McLean, and William F. Ogburn. Includes "Military Mentality" by Albert Einstein.
ID: 1950.002

Box-Folder 1.77: Medical Aspects of Atomic Warfare, March 1950
Typescript from notes taken during Civil Defense Course, University of Rochester, New York. Discusses estimated casualty statistics for different types of atomic attack as well as preparedness recommendations in case of attack.
ID: 1950.003

Box-Folder 1.78: Outlaw the H-Bomb: Factual and Discussion Material on the H-Bomb and the Fight to Outlaw Atomic Weapons, March 1950
Mimeograph compilations of facts, citations, discussion points, quotes, extracts, and a program of action. Booklet: "Hell-bomb or Peace" by Joseph Clark stapled into packet.
ID: 1950.004

Box-Folder 1.79: Radiation Hazards of Radioactive Isotopes in Fire Emergencies: An Introductory Report, June 1950
Booklet about hazards of radiation, safety measures needed when dealing with radioactive materials, and safety measures for firefighters. Ownership stamp: John L. Jablonsky. Early version of standard radiation symbol printed on the back.
ID: 1950.005

Box-Folder 1.80: You and the Atomic Bomb, July 1950
Pamphlet for Portland, Oregon residents to prepare and respond in the event of an atomic attack or other major emergency.
ID: 1950.006

Box-Folder 1.81: The Atom Bomb and You, September 1950
Booklet discusses atomic weapons, their dangers, and need for disarmament and peace.
ID: 1950.007

Box-Folder 1.82: Protection from the Atomic Bomb: Oakland Disaster Council, September 1950
Booklet for residents of Oakland, California about responding to atomic attack. Includes list of executive members of the Oakland Disaster Council.
ID: 1950.008

Box-Folder 1.83: Survival Under Atomic Attack: The Official U.S. Government Booklet, October 1950
Booklet describes dangers of atomic attack, and survival strategies. 6 copies for various locations; Boeing Airplane Company;  Crucible Steel Company of America; Town of Wethersfeld, CT; Rochester, NY; Long Beach Apartment House Association; and one generic.
ID: 1950.009

Box-Folder 1.84: Letter from the Office of Civil Defense to Alexander C. Schafer, December 21, 1950
Letter in response to Alexanders C. Schafer's inquiry about having his organization attend courses to prepare for an emergency.
ID: 1950.010

Box-Folder 1.85: The A-B-C's of Atomic Survival, 1950
Booklet written for the population of Pennsylvania on safety in the event of an atomic attack.
ID: 1950.011

Box-Folder 1.86: Gilbert Atomic Energy Manual: Instructions for Operating Gilbert Atomic Energy Lab, 1950
Booklet of experiments and instructions for Gilbert Atomic Energy Lab.
ID: 1950.012

Box-Folder 1.87: Pocket cards for Federal Civil Defense Administration Air Raid/Atomic Bomb Instructions, 1950
Wallet cards with guidance on responding to air raid or atomic attack.
ID: 1950.013

Box-Folder 1.88: Protection from the Atomic Bomb: Civil Defense Agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1950
Booklet for Massachusetts residents on protecting themselves from atomic bombs. 2 copies.
ID: 1950.014

Box-Folder 1.89: New York City's Civil Defense Needs You, 1950
Recruiting booklet for the Office of Civil Defense. Booklet gives information on specific roles to assume in the event of an emergency.
ID: 1950.015

Box-Folder 1.90: Civil Defense Supplement to the American Red Cross First Aid Textbook, January 1951
Booklet on disaster response focused on atomic attacks.
ID: 1951.001

Box-Folder 1.91: Survival Under Atomic Attack, February 1951
Booklet addresses chance of survival during atomic attack and survival strategies.
ID: 1951.002

Box-Folder 1.92: Stanford Chaparral: Communist Issue, February 1951
Volume 52; humor magazine published by students of Stanford University; includes a center photo spread showing staged scenes of "Paly Prepares for Atomic Defense!" satirizing civil defense.
iD: 1951.003

Box-Folder 1.93: Associated Press photos of bomb tests at Nevada Site for Operation Ranger, February 1951
Four photographs depicting effects of atomic tests during Operation Ranger in Nevada. Photographs dated February 2 and February 6.
ID: 1951.004

Box-Folder 1.94: The Search for Uranium, October 1951
Paper presented at the Meeting of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers in Mexico City discussing process of mining uranium and production growth.
ID: 1951.005

Box-Folder 1.95: Nassau County Civil Defense - Air Raid Instructions, 1951
Double sided card for Nassau County, New York residents with recommended responses to atomic attack or air raid.
ID: 1951.006

Box-Folder 1.96: Atomic Blast Creates Fire, 1951
Pamphlet on fire prevention and fire issues from atomic attacks.
ID: 1951.007

Box-Folder 1.97: Between the Lines: What to do in case of an Atomic Bomb Attack, 1951
ID: 1951.008

Box-Folder 1.98: Civil Defense: Personal Protection Under Attack, 1951
Booklet describes types of atomic blast: air burst, underwater burst and ground burst. Includes safety instructions for Canadian citizens and how to build a basement shelter.
ID: 1951.009

Box-Folder 1.99: Can we Live with the Atom? An Answer by Scientists and Physicians, 1951
Booklet on effects of atomic bombs and perspective of prominent scientists.
ID: 1951.010

Box-Folder 1.100: Just in Case Atom Bombs Fall: Handbook for Civilians, 1951
Booklet illustrated in color for Colorado residents, focused on Denver. Booklet describes the dangers of atomic weapons, preparedness, and other types of attack. Includes registration card for Denver Civil Defense office.
ID: 1951.011

Box-Folder 1.101: Cutout Instructions from the Office of Civil Defense, 1951
Mailed poster of air raid instruction card and placard cutouts. Accompanied by New Hampshire / Vermont state version of Survival Under Atomic Attack.
ID: 1951.012

Box-Folder 5.9: Illustrated Current News: New Atomic Bomb Tests Successful, 1951
Poster with photo reproductions of bomb clouds in Nevada desert.
ID: 1951.013

Box-Folder 5.10: What to Do if A-Bombs Fall, 1951
Insert section of Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine.
ID: 1951.014

Box-Folder 1.102: Fire Department Operations--Atomic Disasters, March 17, 1952
Bulletin discusses three types of atomic blast; air burst, ground burst, and underwater burst. Also discusses firefighting equipment to detect radiation and responding to atomic attack.
iD: 1952.001

Box-Folder 1.103: Greater Cleveland Civil Defense Manual, 1952
Illustrated magazine describing Ohio Office of Civil Defense, preparedness for atomic attack, and survival strategies.
ID: 1952.002

Box-Folder 1.104: Thorium Plant, 1952
Booklet on origins and applications of thorium, and origin of thorium plant in Trombay, India.
ID: 1952.003

Box-Folder 6.39: Roanoke Times, June 20, 1953
Headline: Rosenbergs Die in Electric Chair.
ID: 1953.001

Box-Folder 1.105: Home Shelters for Family Protection In An Atomic Attack, July 1953
Manual describing the effects of atomic explosion and construction of home shelters.
ID: 1953.002

Box-Folder 1.106: Before Disaster Strikes: What to do Now About Emergency Sanitation at Home, August 1953
Booklet on how to sanitize water and food in the case of emergency and proper sewage disposal.
ID: 1953.003

Box-Folder 1.107: Westinghouse: Stockholders' Quarterly, November 1953
Pamphlet celebrating Westinghouse's selection by the Atomic Energy Committee to build first civilian atomic power plant, and its role in the development of atomic power for the USS Nautilus.
ID: 1953.004

Box-Folder 1.108: Mr. Peanut Presents a Historical and Educational Paint Book: Presidents of the United States of America, 1953
Advertising booklet for Planters Nut & Chocolate Company about US presidents through 1953. Truman's entry covers his decision to drop atomic bomb.
ID: 1953.005

Box-Folder 1.109: Man's Duel With the H Bomb, 1953
Leaflet of Russell's statement reprinted from the Saturday Review.
ID: 1953.006

Box-Folder 1.110: "Operation Survival" and You: Basic Orientation for the Medical Services, 1953
Orientation documents for medical defense volunteers in event of nuclear attack. Includes armband that reads "Public Utilities - New York".
ID: 1953.007

Box-Folder 1.111: Solicitation Letter from Intelligence Digest, 1953
Focuses on publication's accurate reporting on Russian H-bomb development.
ID: 1953.008

Box-Folder 1.112: Corner Room Shelter: For Family Protection in an Atomic Attack, 1953
Instructions for building basement atomic bomb shelter.
ID: 1953.009

Box-Folder 1.113: "Operation A-Bomb", 1953
Exhibitors Campaign Book for motion picture film by RKO-Pathe.
ID: 1953.010

Box-Folder 1.114: Findings and Recommendation of The Personnel Security Board In The Case of Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, May 27, 1954
ID: 1954.001

Box-Folder 1.115: DARE Magazine, June 1954
Vol 1. No. 14 Pulp/tabloid magazine featuring article on the "C-bomb" or cobalt bomb, an imagined weapon that could wipe out all humans on earth.
ID: 1954.002

Box-Folder 1.116: Christian Pacifism and the Hydrogen Bomb, July 5, 1954
Program of talk given by Lonsdale appealing to Christian mercy and love as method of fighting against atomic weapons proliferation.
ID: 1954.003

Box-Folder 1.117: Japan Letter, July 1954
Issue contains articles with nuclear content translated from several Japanese conservative, Socialist, liberal, and Communist newspapers.
ID: 1954.004

Box-Folder 1.118: Atoms for Peace, November 8, 1954
Edition of Current Events, a national school newspaper, focusing on applications of atomic power as explained by President Eisenhower in Atoms for Peace campaign.
ID: 1954.005

Box-Folder 1.119: Anti H-Bomb Protest Leaflet, 1954
Leaflet from Nuclear Disarmament (Britain).
ID: 1954.009

Box-Folder 1.120: Assisting the Birth of a Baby: after an enemy attack if no doctor is available, 1954
Booklet on impact of fear of atomic attack on pregnant women and stages of labor. Includes section on conditions requiring medical professional.
ID: 1954.007

Box-Folder 1.121: The Atom Blasts the Balance of Power, March 6, 1955
ID: 1955.001

Box-Folder 1.122: Operation Firestop, March 1955
Technical report on Operation Firestop, an effort to utilize existing organizations, materials, and manpower to find methods of controlling fire.
ID: 1955.002

Box-Folder 1.123: Coexistence or No Existence, March 1955
Booklet on atomic weapons and international power.
ID: 1955.003

Box-Folder 1.124: Radiation and Monitoring Fundamentals for the Fire Service, April 1955
Booklet about atomic theory and the effects of nuclear fallout, as well as how to read and use monitoring devices for radiation, and teaches emergency procedures when working with radioactive materials. The end of the book has a list of all known nuclear explosions.
ID: 1955.004

Box-Folder 1.125: Nuclear Tests: A Universal Threat, May 1955
Unsigned article from Contemporary Issues, Calls for transparency from AEC and preventing worldwide radiological disaster.
ID: 1955.005

Box-Folder 1.126: Atoms and Investors, May 1955
Description of atomic energy, research and development, radioisotopes, and commercial and military applications for potential investors.
ID: 1955.006

Box-Folder 1.127: America's First Atomic-Electric Power for Home and Industry Program, July 18, 1955
Program for General Electric event marking the first time atomic power plant delivers power to American homes.
ID: 1955.007

Box-Folder 1.128: Defense Against the H-Bomb, July 1955
Survival guide for residents of Clackamas, Columbia, Hood River, Multnomah, Washington, and Yamhill counties in Oregon and Clark County, Washington, with specific directions for Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. Includes Portland evacuation routes map and damage radius of an atomic bomb.
ID: 1955.008

Box-Folder 1.129: General Electric Review, November 1955, v. 58 no.6, November 1955
Issue devoted to Atomic Power for Peace.
ID: 1955.009

Box-Folder 1.130: Atomic Energy and Civil Defense Publication Price List, December 1955
Comprehensive list of government publications. Contains order form.
ID: 1955.010

Box-Folder 1.131: Facts About the H-Bomb, 1955
Pamphlet describes Operation Ivy hydrogen bomb tests and the size of the blast. Back of pamphlet has information on how to volunteer for civil defense.
ID: 1955.011

Box-Folder 1.132: The H-Bomb and the Conscript Army, 1955
Pamphlet arguing against conscription due to the invention of atomic and hydrogen warfare.
ID: 1955.012

Box-Folder 1.133: Facts About Fallout, 1955
Booklet on nuclear fallout and the Civil Defense Administration, and safety guidelines for atomic attack.
ID: 1955.013

Box-Folder 1.134: Promotional materials for book The Judgment of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, 1955
Letter of solicitation.
ID: 1955.014

Box-Folder 1.135: Six Steps to Survival, 1955
Pamphlet on preparing for atomic attack, signals and warnings of atomic attack, proper emergency stations, evacuation guidelines in case of attack, fallout shelter supplies, and radioactive fallout information.
ID: 1955.015

Box-Folder 6.46: You can protect yourself from...radioactive fallout, 1955
Poster advertising Office of Civil Defense packets and free course on fallout.
ID: 1955.016

Box-Folder 1.136: Your Guide for Defense Against the H-Bomb, January 1956
Pamphlet with map of evacuation routes of Vancouver, Washington. Includes guide to siren patterns.
ID: 1956.001

Box-Folder 1.137: And now - The Atomic Army, February 3, 1956
Interview with General Maxwell D. Taylor, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army.
ID: 1956.002

Box-Folder 1.138: The Monogram, June 15, 1956
Vol. 5, No. 6. Trade magazine from General Electric discussing their new products and "Where we stand with Peacetime Atomic Power". Includes newspaper clipping of obituary for Gregory Charles Minor, an engineer who quit General Electric in order to protest their nuclear power policies.
ID: 1956.003

Box-Folder 1.139: Inside the H-Bomb Plant, 1956
Description of process for creating a hydrogen bomb.
ID: 1956.004

Box-Folder 1.140: Before disaster Strikes... What to Do Now About Emergency Sanitation at Home, May 1956
Booklet about how to sanitize water and food, and dispose of sewage in the case of an emergency such as an atomic bomb attack.
ID: 1956.005

Box-Folder 1.141: Evacuation: Schenectady City and County Interim Plan, 1956
Pamphlet about the emergency warning signals for an atomic attack. Includes maps of danger areas of atomic attacks,  evacuation plans, and routes.
ID: 1956.006

Box-Folder 1.142: What You Should Know About Radioactive Fallout, 1956
Pamphlet describing parts of an atomic blast, fallout locations and debris, and recommendations in the event of a nuclear attack.
ID: 1956.007

Box-Folder 1.143: On Limiting Atomic War, 1.143
ID: 1956.008

Box-Folder 5.31: Civil defense air raid instructions, 1956
Placard with removable wallet cards.
ID: 1956.009

Box-Folder 1.144: Nuclear Weapons or Mankind's Survival, March 1957
Excerpt from New World Review about nuclear weapons and meaning for humanity.
ID: 1957.001

Box-Folder 5.28: What should we know about atomic energy?, April, 1957
Placard advertising lecture by Dr. Roy K. Marshall Scientist and Lecture at a Community Forum on Atomic Energy in the Narberth School Auditorium.
ID: 1957.014

Box-Folder 1.145: If H-Bombs Fall, May 25, 1957
From The Saturday Evening Post. Effects of an H-bomb attack compared to other major emergency events.
ID: 1957.002

Box-Folder 1.146: Radioactive Fallout on the Farm, June 1957
Booklet on nuclear fallout effects on people, livestock, and crops. Includes instructions on protecting from fallout and surviving  atomic bomb attack.
ID: 1957.003

Box-Folder 1.147: To Live or to Die: The H-Bomb Versus Mankind, June 1957
Statements on H-Bomb and atomic energy by Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pope Pius XIII, Walter Reuther, Nobusuke Kishi, Linus Pauling, Bertrand Russell, Eugene Dennis, F. Joliot-Curie, Adlai Stevenson, and others.
ID: 1957.004

Box-Folder 1.148: CONELRAD 640/1240, July 1957
Brochure about CONELRAD emergency broadcast system.
ID: 1957.005

Box-Folder 1.149: Summary-Analysis of Hearings May 27-29, and June 3-7, 1957 on The Nature of Radioactive Fallout and its Effects on Man., August 1957
Congressional hearing during 85th Congress, 1st session.
ID: 1957.006

Box-Folder 1.150: Associated Press photos of Operation Plumbob, November 1957
Press photographs with captions.
ID: 1957.007

Box-Folder 1.151: What the Atom will do for You, 1957
Atom's use in medicine, food preservation, food production and more.
ID: 1957.008

Box-Folder 1.152: Nuclear Reactor Research Facility, 1957
Booklet about nuclear reactor at the Naval Research Laboratory. Blueprint of facility and specifications of reactor on back.
ID: 1957.009

Box-Folder 1.153: The Bomb Tests Can Be Stopped, 1957
Survival Leaflet No. 1, on dangers of atomic and hydrogen bomb testing to health as well as dangers of an atomic war.
ID: 1957.010

Box-Folder 1.154: Isotopes in Industry, 1957
ID: 1957.011

Box-Folder 1.155: Atom Fair program, 1957
Guide to fair at New York Coliseum.
ID: 1957.012

Box-Folder 1.156: Exhibit guide for Atoms for Peace and Atoms for You, 1957
Guide to dual exhibits at Brooklyn Public Library and Abraham and Straus.
ID: 1957.013

Box-Folder 2.1: Fallout and Disarmament: The Pauling Teller Debate, February 20, 1958
Debate between Linus Pauling and Edward Teller.
ID: 1958.001

Box-Folder 2.2: EURATOM The American Interest in the European Atomic Energy Community, February 1958
Booklet includes American policy toward EURATOM and information about how the program will function.
ID: 1958.002

Box-Folder 2.3: The Nuclear Dilemma: Letters to the Editor from The Times, March 8, 1958
ID: 1958.003

Box-Folder 2.4: Advance program, 1958 Nuclear Congress, March 1958
Conference program for joint congress of Atomic Energy Management Conference, 6th Hot Laboratories and Equipment Conference, 4th Nuclear Engineering and Science Conference, and Atomfair.
ID: March 1958

Box-Folder 2.5: Facts About Fallout Protection, April 1958
Pamphlet about how to protect oneself from nuclear fallout.
ID: 1958.005

Box-Folder 2.6: Memorandum, May 9, 1959
Partial record of "eight eventful days in the struggle by dedicated people to avert world disaster and restore reason to international affairs." The individuals involved were largely members of SANE. Events mostly concern picketing of the Atomic Energy Committee protesting Eniwetok testing.
ID: 1959.006

Box-Folder 2.7: Bibliography on Nuclear Weapons, Disarmament, and Peace, August 1958
ID: 1958.007

Box-Folder 2.8: Argonne Day Menu, September 6, 1958
Menu offered on boat cruise involving the Second International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy.
ID: 1958.008

Box-Folder 2.9: Associated Press photo for Operation Hardtack, October 1958
Caption: "This mushroom cloud rose over the desert yesterday after the AEC detonated an atomic device from a 50-foot wooden tower in Frenchman's Flat at the Nevada Test Site. Although 500 pigs located at varying distances from ground zero were used for biomedical studies the AEC the buildings and cars seen in the foreground were left from previous tests during the 1957 series."
ID: 1958.009

Box-Folder 2.10: There is a Way Out, November 1958
Pamphlet on morality of atomic weapon development and option to disarm.
ID: 1958.010

Box-Folder 2.11: Technical Assistance: Services available from IAEA, December 1958
ID: 1958.011

Box-Folder 2.12: H-Bomb Readiness Pamphlets, 1958
Five pamphlets: "Your Survival in an H-Bomb War if You do not Live in a Target Area", "H-Bomb, Your Survival in an H-Bomb War If you do Live in a Target Area", "Your Emergency Pack", "Your Evacuation Pack".
ID: 1958.012

Box-Folder 2.13: Atomium 58, 1958
Pamphlet in French with information regarding Atomium, a project designed for the 1958 Brussels World's Fair.
ID: 1958.013

Box-Folder 2.14: Atomic Energy for Small Businesses, December 1958
Booklet encouraging development of atomic research, commercial applications, and industry.
ID: 1958.014

Box-Folder 2.15: The Meaning of Missiles, 1958
Brochure about dangers of atomic war and changes in missile technology.
ID: 1958.015

Box-Folder 2.16: If an Enemy Attacks Los Angeles You Will be Needed - Stay Alive / Si Los Angeles es atacado por el enemigo, SU ayuda sera necesaria - Conservese Vivo!, 1958
Pamphlet with information on the warning signals for air raid and atomic attack, plans of action to keep safe in the event of an attack, as well as what to do to avoid radiation. There is also a second copy of the pamphlet in Spanish.
ID: 1958.016

Box-Folder 2.17: The Master Profit Guide to 662 Stocks Now in the Atomic Energy Industry, 1958
Booklet prepared by editors of "The Atomic Energy Stock Letter," a bi-weekly investment advisory service.
ID: 1958.017

Box-Folder 2.18: A Voyage of Importance, 1958
Booklet on USS Nautilus' voyage to the North Pole.
ID: 1958.018

Box-Folder 2.19: A Nobel Scientist Speaks: Every Test Kills, 1958
Advocates disarmament of nuclear weapons and warns of the threat of fallout and nuclear testing.
ID: 1958.019

Box-Folder 2.20: Handbook for Emergencies, 1958
Preparedness guide for floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, atomic attack, and how to decontaminate fallout.
ID: 1958.020

Box-Folder 5.11: Protect Yourself from Fallout, 1958
Poster produced by the Office of Civil Defense.
ID: 1958.021

Box-Folder 5.12: Certificate of participation in Operation Hardtack, 1958
Given to M.J. Hollis for their participation in the test series of atomic weapons and devices at the Eniwetok Proving Ground.
ID: 1958.022

Box-Folder 5.13: Le Centre Atomique de Marcoule, 1958
ID: 1958.023

Box-Folder 2.21: The Ultimate Democracy of the H-Bomb, April 8, 1959
Unsigned typescript poem sent to Elsa Resnick of Brooklyn, NY.
ID: 1959.001

Box-Folder 2.22: Ten for Survival: Survive Nuclear Attack, May 1959
Civil defense preparation guide covering food preservation, water purification and proper fallout shelters.
ID: 1959.002

Box-Folder 2.23: The Reynolds Case, June 1, 1959
Bulletin soliciting contributions and discussing the reasons behind the need for a retrial and discusses the beliefs of the Reynolds family who sailed into the nuclear testing zone.
ID: 1959.003

Box-Folder 2.24: Program for Soviet Exhibition of Science and Technology, June 1959
ID: 1959.004

Box-Folder 2.25: Protection from Radioactive Fallout, July 6, 1959
Report from Special Task Force to Governor Rockefeller covering radioactivity, atomic weapons and their dangers and protocols to avoid their dangers.
ID: 1959.005

Box-Folder 7.15: Humanity has a Common Will and Right to Survive, August 13, 1959
Reproduction of full page for SANE
Box-Folder 2.26: The Moral of Extermination, October 1959
Brochure of Mumford's appeal for peace.
ID: 1959.006

Box-Folder 7.14: Of Candidates and Cranberries, November 20, 1959
Reproduction of full-page advertisement for SANE.
ID: 1959.016

Box-Folder 2.27: What You Should Know about the National Plan for Civil Defense and Defense Mobilization, 1959
Guide includes direction on evacuation, finding shelter, rebuilding the economy and post-attack research.
ID: 1959.007

Box-Folder 2.28: The Family Fallout Shelter, 1959
Guide explains why one needs a fallout shelter and how to build a homemade fallout shelter.
ID: 1959.008

Box-Folder 2.29: Individual and Family Survival Requirements, 1959
Booklet describes supplies needed to increase chances of surviving an atomic attack.
ID: 1959:009

Box-Folder 2.30: USS Nautilus, 1959
Pamphlet about USS Nautilus and the nuclear submarine program.
ID: 1959.010

Box-Folder 2.31: The Berylometer, 1959
Advertising pamphlet for meter to detect and measure beryllium.
ID: 1959.011

Box-Folder 2.32: U. S. Navy Atomic Submarine Lineup, 1959
Information about different submarines of the United States Navy. Includes short history of the nuclear submarine.
ID: 1959.012

Box-Folder 5.14: The Atomic Submarine, 1959
Movie poster with cast and crew.
ID: 1959.013

Box-Folder 5.15: Your One Defense against Fallout, 1959
Poster showing two people building a family fallout shelter using book provided by the Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization.
ID: 1959.014

Box-Folder 6.43: Radioactive Fallout Display Board, 1959
House-shaped display board presenting how to protect oneself from fallout.
ID: 1959.015

Box-Folder 2.33: Clay Masonry Family Fallout Shelters, February 1960
Design and blueprints to aid construction of personal fallout shelter.
ID: 1960.001

Box-Folder 2.34: Listen..., April 1960
Pamphlet with warning signs for air raids and nuclear attacks, including meaning of different types of siren sounds.
ID: 1960.001

Box-Folder 2.35: Races: Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service, May 1960
ID: 1960.002

Box-Folder 2.36: Yankee Atomic Electric Company, June 1960
Booklet on one of the first, full-scale nuclear power stations, highlighting corporate involvement, construction, economic implications.
ID: 1960.004

Box-Folder 2.37: Home Protection Exercises, July 1960
Booklet to aid in preparation for an atomic attack.
ID: 1960.006

Box-Folder 2.38: Disarmament and Nuclear Weapons Tests, August 1960
Typescript compilation of organizational statements, policies and resolutions on disarmament and nuclear weapons testing and  related foreign policy issues.
ID: 1960.007

Box-Folder 2.39: Why I Believe There Will Be No All-Out War, September 1960
ID: 1960.008

Box-Folder 2.40: AEC Radiation Protection Rules and Regulations, November 17, 1960
List of standards for protection against radiation. Item contains graphs of radiation concentration in air and water and natural background.
ID: 1960.009

Box-Folder 2.41: Atomic Development in the State of New York, December 30, 1960
Report about atomic development in New York, with sections on atomic power, byproduct storage, test reactor, port facilities, fuel fabrication, process heat reactor, regulatory agreement, research and training, radiation accidents, transportation regulations, and other activities.
ID: 1960.010

Box-Folder 2.42: Student Manual for Personal Preparedness in the Nuclear Age, December 1960
ID: 1960.011

Box-Folder 2.43: 640 1240 On Your Radio: CONELRAD, 1960
Pamphlet on warning alarms for atomic disaster and information on CONELRAD emergency broadcast system.
ID: 1960.012

Box-Folder 2.44: The American Museum of Atomic Energy, 1960
Pamphlet  on first permanent museum dedicated to story of the atom, operated by Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies.
ID: 1960.013

Box-Folder 2.45: Fallout: The Seven Year Plague, 1960
Linus Pauling discussing the science of nuclear fallout and effect on humans.
ID: 1960.014

Box-Folder 2.46: Edgemont South Dakota: Where the Atom Begins, 1960
Brochure promoting Edgemont, South Dakota, including its uranium mines.
ID: 1960.015

Box-Folder 2.47: Your Basement Fallout Shelter, 1960
Booklet of instructions to build basement fallout shelter and suggested survival supplies.
ID: 1960.016

Box-Folder 2.48: Articles on nuclear policy, 1960
Two copied New York Times articles: 'Sane Comment: Peace and the Next President' by Norman Thomas and 'NATO as a Fourth Nuclear Power' by James P Warburg.
ID: 1960.017

Box-Folder 2.49: 10 Steps to Industrial Survival, 1960
Names measures needed by United States industries to ensure survival and recovery after atomic attack.
ID: 1960.018

Box-Folder 2.50: Let's Stop Talking Nonsense About Fallout, 1960
Reprint from Saturday Evening Post discussing radioactive fallout and how it is portrayed in the 1959 movie, "On The Beach".
ID: 1960.019

Box-Folder 2.51: Atomic Energy in Action: The Story of the Peaceful Uses of the Atom, 1960
Brochure advertising exhibit in new Union Carbide building.
ID: 1960.020

Box-Folder 2.52: The Bountiful Atom, 1960
Sections: Splitting the Atom, The Atom Fights Disease, The Atom in Physics and Engineering, Cells Plants and the Atom, Law and the Atom, The Atom in Education, and The Future Role of Phoenix.
ID: 1960.021

Box-Folder 2.53: Office of Civil Defense Survival Instructions Envelope, 1960
Civil defense packet for Austin and Travis counties, Texas containing four booklets: "Fallout Protection: What to know and do about nuclear attack", "Ten for Survival: survive nuclear attack", "Survival in a Nuclear Attack", and "Family Shelter Designs". Also contains smaller pamphlets and leaflets.
ID: 1960.022

Box-Folder 2.54: Radiation Protection in California, January 1961
Subcommittee on Radiation Protection reporting on atomic energy development and radiation concerns.
ID: 1961.001

Box-Folder 2.55: Petition for Nuclear Disarmament, March 1, 1961
Petition letter asking for signatures for An Appeal to Stop the Spread of Nuclear Weapons. Includes letter and three copies of  signature sheet.
ID: 1961.002

Box-Folder 2.56: Civil Defense and Disaster Plan, March 24, 1961
Manual of civil defense and disaster plan for Kern County, California.
ID: 1961.003

Box-Folder 2.57: Yankee Atomic Station, March 1961
Reprint from Nucleonics about the Yankee Nuclear Reactor and power plant.
ID: 1961.004

Box-Folder 2.58: Our Atomic Navy, March 1961
Booklet on atomic power and its influence on the United States Navy, for Westinghouse stockholders.
ID: 1961.005

Box-Folder 2.59: When the Saints Go Marching In, June 1961
Reprinted from Correspondence Vol. 5, No. 12. Discusses Ban-The-Bomb movement in Britain.
ID: 1961.006

Box-Folder 2.60: Civil Defense Education Course Certificate, August 1961
For Lobenia Geisbert and Eldon Geisbert for completion of an adult education course on family survival.
ID: 1961.007

Box-Folder 2.61: San Francisco to Moscow Walk for Peace Memo to Editors, May 15, 1961
Press release explaining protest walk.
ID: 1961.008

Box-Folder 3.149: Mayo Clinic Civil Defense Packet, September 29, 1961
Large packet including pamphlets and letter from Mayo Clinic director to staff encouraging readiness.
ID: 1961.026

Box-Folder 2.62: To Welcome Home from Russia the San Francisco to Moscow Peace Walkers, October 19, 1961
Flyer advertising meeting to welcome home activists; Co-sponsored by American Friends Service Committee, Catholic Worker, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Student Peace union, War Resisters League, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
ID: 1961.009

Box-Folder 5.16: Press statement for ship Phoenix of Hiroshima, October 21, 1961
Includes photograph, explanation of motives, history of the movement, and plans for the future.
ID: 1961.027

Box-Folder 2.63: Associated Press photo of Operation Nougat, November 12, 1961
Test at Nevada Test Site.
ID: 1961.010

Box-Folder 2.64: Fallout Protection: What to Know and Do About Nuclear Attacks, December 1961
Civil defense guide.
ID: 1961.011

Box-Folder 2.65: Build Your Own Fallout Detector, 1961
Instructions told to Allen Brown.
ID: 1961.012

Box-Folder 2.66: The Scandal of the Shelters, 1961
Distributed by Liberation Press.
ID: 1961.013

Box-Folder 2.67: Survival! Is Your Personal Business, 1961
Brochure with immediate actions to complete during attack.
ID: 1961.014

Box-Folder 2.68: Emergency Sanitation at Home: A Family Handbook, 1961
Civil defense guide with direction on waste disposal, signaling to rescuers, and symbols.
ID: 1961.015

Box-Folder 2.69: Individual Family Survival Final Examination and Study Materials, 1961
Final examination true/false test for civil defense class on Individual and Family Survival, stapled to a separate typescript reprint from Pageant Magazine titled "Inside Russian Civil Defense," by Henry Jordan.
ID: 1961.016

Box-Folder 2.70: Yankee Atomic Electric Company, 1961
Pamphlet about the construction and design of nuclear reactor in Rowe, Massachusetts.
ID: 1961.017

Box-Folder 2.71: Colossal Deception, 1961
Linus Pauling argues against fallout shelters and chances of survival in nuclear war.
ID: 1961.018

Box-Folder 2.72: Survival in Nuclear War, 1961
Civil defense pamphlets for Ottawa, Canada, entitled Survival in Nuclear War and Welfare Tips for Survival. Copies in English and French.
ID: 1961.019

Box-Folder 2.73: 11 Steps to Survival, 1961
Canadian civil defense guide detailing likely effects of an atomic bomb and measures to take to increase chances of survival.
ID: 1961.020

Box-Folder 2.74: Peace or Perish, 1961
Eyewitness report on the Seventh World Conference Against A and H Bombs and For Total Disarmament held in Hiroshima and Tokyo, Japan, 1961.
ID: 1961.021

Box-Folder 2.75: No American Nuclear Tests, 1961
Petition form to President Kennedy and Premier Khrushchev to stop nuclear testing, especially atmospheric testing. Signed by Steve Seltzer of New York City.
ID: 1961.022

Box-Folder 2.76: Draft of "Civil Defense: A Wicked and Sinister Program", 1961
Draft text intended to be made into a leaflet, about civil defense and how leaflets and pamphlets about nuclear war are scaring the population.
ID: 1961.023

Box-Folder 2.77: The Moral Dilemma of Nuclear Weapons, 1961
Essays from John Courtney Murray, Julian N. Hartt, Steven S. Schwarzschild, John Cogley, Walter Millis, Stephan G. Cary, Ernest W. Lefever, John C. Bennett, Paul Ramsey, Kenneth W. Thompson.
ID: 1961.024

Box-Folder 2.78: The Quiddity of Herman Kahn and his Thermonuclear War, 1961
Criticism of Herman Kahn's book On Thermonuclear War.
ID: 1961.025

Box-Folder 2.79: Family Shelter Designs, March 1962
Instruction booklet for building fallout shelters.
ID: 1962.001

Box-Folder 7.16: Dr. Spock is Worried, April 16, 1962
Reprint of full page for SANE.
ID: 1962.012

Box-Folder 2.80: Voyage to Christmas Island, April 27, 1962
Pamphlet from Committee for Nonviolent Action soliciting donations to fund another protest ship for upcoming nuclear tests. Previous ships were The Golden Rule and The Phoenix.
ID: 1962.002

Box-Folder 2.81: Regulations Covering Construction, Maintenance and Use of Fallout Shelters, May 1, 1962
Technical guidelines and regulations to consider constructing fallout shelter.
ID: 1962.003

Box-Folder 2.82: CONAR New York: Preliminary Observations, June 1962
"The result of the CONAR Committee's initial investigations with some background information supporting the feasibility of survival and recovery planning and action."
ID: 1962.004

Box-Folder 2.83: Associated Press photo of nuclear weapons test, July 6, 1962
Thermonuclear explosion test for excavation in Project Plowshare.
ID: 1962.005

Box-Folder 2.84: Lifeboat: A Demonstration - Man Against the Bomb Information Sheet, July 7, 1962
Flyer promoting demonstration against nuclear testing.
ID: 1962.006

Box-Folder 2.85: What is CNVA, 1962
Brochure on organization's activist events, mission, and ways to become involved with projects.
ID: 1962.007

Box-Folder 2.86: Nuclear Bomb Effects Computer, 1962
Handheld volvelle to calculate effects of different types of nuclear bomb, with explanatory leaflet.
ID: 1962.008

Box-Folder 2.87: Survival in Likely Target Areas, 1962
Blueprint for Survival no. 5. Booklet about how to prepare and survive in an area that is distant from a nuclear attack.
ID: 1962.009

Box-Folder 2.88: Survival at the Grassroots, 1962
Political campaign materials for Adam Lohaus, Peace Candidate for independent voters, including letter and anti-nuclear booklet.
ID: 1962.010

Box-Folder 5.17: SANE Day of Peace materials, 1962
Letters, petitions, posters, and flyers promoting SANE mission and activities.
ID: 1962.011

Box-Folder 2.89: State of New York Committee on Nuclear Attack Recovery: Final Report, February 1963
Includes handwritten edits.
ID: 1963.001

Box-Folder 2.90: Atomic Fundamentals, February 26, 1963
Training manual for Atomic Weapon Training Group, Sandia Base. Secret: for resident instruction only.
ID: 1963.002

Box-Folder 2.91: Associated Press photo of protestor at Nevada Test Site, April 6, 1963
Electrician Lowell Wiggins picketing the Nevada test site, one of 2700 workers staging a site closedown in protest of "the dictatorial attitude" of the Atomic Energy Commission.
ID: 1963.003

Box-Folder 2.92: Handbook for Radiological Monitors, April 1963
Handbook on safely monitoring radiation with information about protective measures.
ID: 1963.004

Box-Folder 2.93: Radiological Monitoring Student Workbook, May 1963
ID: 1963.005

Box-Folder 2.94: Personal and Family Survival, May 1963
Student manual on civil defense program, warning and communications, modern weapons and radioactive fallout, community shelters, preparedness for shelter living, and home shelters.
ID: 1963.006

Box-Folder 2.95: State Regulation of Atomic Energy, October 1963
Brochure describing Atomic Energy Act of 1954 making states responsible for regulation of their atomic energy programs.
ID: 1963.007

Box-Folder 2.96: Your Family Survival Plan, 1963
ID: 1963.008

Box-Folder 2.97: NS Savannah Operating Experience, 1963
Reprint from the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers summarizing NS Savannah program.
ID: 1963.010

Box-Folder 2.98: Third Annual Report to Congress Through January 1, 1963 - December 31, 1963., February 1964
Report to Congress from the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.
ID: 1964.001

Box-Folder 2.99: Anatomy of the Nevada Test Site, March 1964
Tourist guide on geology, climate, biology, and early inhabitants of the Nevada Test Site region.
ID: 1964.002

Box-Folder 2.100: Handbook for Emergencies, 1964
Civil defense handbook for residents of Ocean County, New Jersey.
ID: 1964.003

Box-Folder 2.101: First Commercial Use of Atomic Battery to be Demonstrated on Gulf of Mexico Oil Platform, March 1, 1965
Press release describing battery program.
ID: 1965.001

Box-Folder 2.102: NREC Programs for Gaming the Logistics of National Survival, April 1965
Report on four models of the National Resource Evaluation Center: READY, a damage assessment model; SURVIVAL, a model for analyzing requirements for--versus supplies of--survival items; PARM, an inter-industry model of the U.S. economy; and RISK II, a general vulnerability analysis model.
ID: 1965.002

Box-Folder 2.103: Winning Designs for Fallout Shelters in Shopping Centers, October 1965
ID: 1965.003

Box-Folder 2.104: Break the Nuclear Monopoly, Eliminate Nuclear Weapons, 1965
From the Foreign Language Press, China.
ID: 1965.004

Box-Folder 2.105: The Nuclear Navy 1955-1965, 1965
On development of nuclear powered ships.
ID: 1965.005

Box-Folder 3.147: March for Nuclear Disarmament, 1965
Pamphlet advertising march, in Spanish and English.
ID: 1965.006

Box-Folder 2.106: Launching of the USS Will Rodgers, July 21, 1966
ID: 1966.001

Box-Folder 2.107: Press photos of the Polaris Submarine Launch day, July 21, 1966
Includes christening with Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey, captions, and two newspaper clippings.
ID: 1966.002

Box-Folder 2.108: Fallout Protection for... Homes with Basements, July 1966
ID: 1966.003

Box-Folder 2.109: Civil Defense Calendar, 1966
Calendar with flip panel for information regarding civil defense procedures and emergency warning systems.
ID: 1966.004

Box-Folder 2.110: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, 1966
ID: 1966.005

Box-Folder 2.111: Launching of the Attack Submarine Hammerhead, April 14, 1967
ID: 1967.001

Box-Folder 2.112: Launching of the U.S.S Sea Devil, October 5, 1967
ID: 1967.002

Box-Folder 2.113: Science Town in the Politics of New Mexico, 1967
On influence of Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists on local culture and politics.
ID: 1967.003

Box-Folder 2.114: Atomic Power from A to E
Booklet explaining electricity generation process in boiling water nuclear reactor.
ID: 1967.004

Box-Folder 2.115: In Time of Emergency In Time of Emergency: A Citizen's Handbook on Nuclear Attack and Natural Disasters, March 1968
Civil defense guide.
ID: 1968.001

Box-Folder 2.116: U.S.S. Spadefish, Mary 15, 1968
Booklet about launch of nuclear attack submarine U.S.S. Spadefish.
ID: 1968.002

Box-Folder 2.117: Civil Defense Training for Business and Industry, August 1968
ID: 1968.003

Box-Folder 2.118: Launching of the Finback, December 7, 1968
ID: 1968.004

Box-Folder 2.119: Fallout Shelters, December 1968
Pamphlet on protective capacity of different fallout shelters and radiation shielding.
ID: 1968.005

Box-Folder 3.1: The Beginnings of the Nuclear Age, July 1969
ID: 1969.001

Box-Folder 3.2: Ten Years of Atomic Progress in New York State, August 29, 1969
Booklet about atomic research in New York from April 1, 1968 - March 31, 1969. Includes obituary pamphlet for chairman of New York State Atomic and Space Development Authority Oliver Townsend.
ID: 1969.002

Box-Folder 3.3: The Bevatron, 1969
Tour guide for Bevatron particle accelerator in Berkeley, California.
ID: 1969.003

Box-Folder 3.148: A protest meeting on Berlin, the bomb and testing, 1969
Meeting flyer.
ID: 1969.004

Box-Folder 3.4: EMP Threat and Protective Measures, August 1970
Booklet on impact of electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from nuclear weapon on civil defense activities.
ID: 1970.001

Box-Folder 3.5: A Nuclear Power Plant at Diablo Canyon, 1971
ID: 1971.001

Box-Folder 3.6: Rancho Seco, 1972
Guide to Rancho Seco Nuclear Generating Station.
ID: 1972.001

Box-Folder 3.7: The Navy Nuclear Program, 1972
Recruitment booklet for United States Navy.
ID: 1972.003

Box-Folder 3.8: Robert J. Oppenheimer Memorial, 1972
Brochure on permanent memorial for Robert J. Oppenheimer in Los Alamos.
ID: 1972.003

Box-Folder 3.9: Radiation and Man, 1972
Comic book explaining radiation, protection, and applications in industry and medicine.
ID: 1972.004

Box-Folder 3.10: Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, 1972
ID: 1972.005

Box-Folder 3.11: Cyclotron Card Trick, June 1973
Mail-order card trick demonstrating atomic energy and electrons combining.
ID: 1973.001

Box-Folder 3.12: Advanced Nuclear Reactors: An Introduction, September 1975
Booklet includes information on Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor (LMFBR).
ID: 1975.001

Box-Folder 3.13: Nuclear Experiments You Can Do, 1976
Home nuclear experiment instructions.
ID: 1976.001

Box-Folder 3.14: Come to the Nuclear Crossroads: Rocky Flats April 29/30, April 1978
Poster advertising weekend protest events.
ID: 1978.001

Box-Folder 3.15: Nuclear Policy and World Order: Why Demilitarization, 1978
ID: 1978.002

Box-Folder 3.16: Radiation- A Fact of Life, September 1979
Booklet on natural sources of radiation.
ID: 1979.001

Box-Folder 3.17: An Anti-Nuclear Songbook, 1979.002
Written by Northwest activist group Shelly and the Crustaceans, as part of Crabshell Alliance.
ID: 1979.002

Box-Folder 3.18: Confuse and Deceive: The Great Nuclear Brainwash, 1979
ID: 1979.003

Box-Folder 3.19: Original art for nuclear regulatory cartoon, 1979
"The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Inspectors are here"
ID: 1979.004

Box-Folder 3.20: Peace Initiatives: An Alternative to War or Surrender, July 1980
Timeline of disarmament and missile development, and military reductions.
ID: 1980.001

Box-Folder 3.21: National Association of Atomic Veterans New England Meeting, October 11, 1980
ID: 1980.002

Box-Folder 3.22: Despertad: Se Destruirà a sí misma la humanidad, October 22, 1980
Publication in Spanish about atomic weapons and their dangers to mankind.
ID: 1980.003

Box-Folder 3.23: 11 Steps to Survival, 1980
Updated Canadian civil defense guide.
ID: 1980.004

Box-Folder 3.24: REACTOR LP Advertisement, 1980
Brochure for REACTOR, an album by New Wave band Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Official Records from Summertown, TN.
ID: 1980.005

Box-Folder 3.25: Average Natural Personal Radiation Dose, 1980
Blank form for calculating average radiation dose from low-level background radiation and other sources.
ID: 1980.006

Box-Folder 6.45: Promotional materials for Perry Nuclear Power Plant, May 21, 1981
Rolled poster, newspaper clippings, and letter.
ID: 1981.001

Box-Folder 3.26: The New Manhattan Project Newsletter, April 1982
ID: 1982.001

Box-Folder 3.27: Child of the Nuclear Age Album Tracklist, 1982
Album by Susan Stark. Includes song lyrics.
ID: 1982.002

Box-Folder 3.28: Some Sober Facts about Nuclear War, 1982
By John Birch Society. Refutes claims of world destruction due to nuclear war.
ID: 1980.003

Box-Folder 3.29: Atomic War and You - as an individual, 1982
Catalog of books and essay from editor of Sovereign Press, Rochester Washington.
ID: 1982.004

Box-Folder 3.30: The Future is In our Hands: Freeze the Arms Race Us-USSR, 1982
ID: 1982.005

Box-Folder 7.6: Target Earth, 1982
Poster advertises mail art gallery exhibition held at Double Rocking G Gallery, Los Angeles, California.
ID: 1982.006

Box-Folder 7.10: What is the sound of 51,304 nuclear weapons not exploding?, 1982
Poster for Rally for a Nuclear Freeze, June 12, 1982, New York City.
ID: 1982.007

Box-Folder 3.31: The Challenge of Peace: God's Promise and our Response, July 14, 1983
Newspaper exploring religious perspectives on peace, war, and the pastoral challenge.
ID: 1983.001

Box-Folder 3.32: Have You Ever Zapped an Atom, 1983
Brochure for Farley Nuclear Visitors' Center at Farley Nuclear Plant, Alabama.
ID: 1983.002

Box-Folder 5.18: Stop the Euromissiles, October 21, 1983
Poster advertising protest organization and event on October 21-24, 1983.
ID: 1983.003

Box-Folder 7.5: The Nuclear Arms Race, 1983
Infographics and illustrations.
ID: 1983.004

Box-Folder 3.33: The Shadow of the Bomb, June 1984
Exhibit program on nuclear arms race with essay by guest curator Sally Yard.
ID: 1984.001

Box-Folder 3.34: Promotional materials for Images for Survival, February 1985
Letter and other materials promoting exhibition of peace posters by Japanese and American artists commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.
ID: 1985.001

Box-Folder 3.35: Artists for Nuclear Disarmament, May 1985
Benefit exhibit for Greenpeace.
ID: 1985.002

Box-Folder 3.36: Star Wars: The Missing Link to a First Strike?, September 16, 1985
Remarks by Dr. Michio Kaku at UE's 50th International Convention, Sept 16-20, 1985.
ID: 1985.003

Box-Folder 3.37: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists subscription letter, 1985
ID: 1985.004

Box-Folder 3.38: The Making of the Atomic Bomb, 1986
Advertisement for book, The Making of the Atomic Bomb.
ID: 1986.001

Box-Folder 3.39: Press release draft, 1986
Draft outline of press release on Transcontinental Walk for Peace.
ID: 1986.002

Box-Folder 7.11: Something big is crossing America. Peace., 1986
Original poster designed for the Great Peace March, which began on 1 March, 1986. Includes illustration by Keith Haring.
ID: 1986.003

Box-Folder 3.40: First Global Radiation Victims Conference, September 1987
ID: 1987.001

Box-Folder 3.41: Stop Nuclear Testing, December 13, 1987
Stapled packet promoting protest at Nevada Test Site.
ID: 1987.002

Box-Folder 3.42: The Human Factor, 1987
Review of exhibit on radiation and nuclear weapons testing victims.
ID: 1987.003

Box-Folder 3.43: The Nuclear Resister, No. 53/54, April 19, 1988
Newsletter of the National No-Nukes Prison Support Collective.
ID: 1988.001

Box-Folder 3.44: Ground Zero, Summer 1988
v.7 no. 2 of peace activism newspaper.
ID: 1988.002

Box-Folder 3.45: Peacecamp, November 10, 1988
Materials about peace camp on the border of Nevada atomic test sites.
ID: 1988.003

Box-Folder 3.46: Nuclear Energy Facts: Questions and Answers, 1988
By American Nuclear Energy Society.
ID: 1988.004

Box-Folder 5.26: Reclaim The Test Site II: Grassroots Nonviolent Resistance, 1989
Poster advertising event to occupy Nevada Test Site and return Shoshone lands.
ID: 1989.001

Box-Folder 7.4: The World's Nuclear Power Stations, 1990
Map of global nuclear power facilities.
ID: 1990.001

Box-Folder 3.47: Nuclear Landscapes, September 1991
Program for gallery show of photographs of United States nuclear sites.
ID: 1991.001

Box-Folder 3.48: Nuclear Energy Low-Level Radioactive Wastes, 1991
ID: 1991.002

Box-Folder 3.49: Cesium-137 In wood Ash results of Nationwide Survey, October 21, 1992
Presentation at 5th annual National Biofuels Conference in Newton, Massachusetts.
ID: 1992.001

Box-Folder 3.50: Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Corporation Emergency Information Calendar, 1992
Wall calendar with pages of evacuation directions in case of emergency at the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station.
ID: 1992.002

Box-Folder 5.19: No More Hiroshima-Nagasaki, 1992
12 pictures depicting physical effects of atomic bomb, information sheet on World Conference Against A & H Bombs, and information on International Hiroshima and Nagasaki Days.
ID: 1992.003

Box-Folder 3.51: UMTRA Project Facts, July 1993
Flyer on Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project and plan to clean up radiation left by mining process.
ID: 1993.001

Box-Folder 3.52: First Atomic Bombardment 50th Anniversary, August 1995
Pamphlet catalog of souvenirs for 509th Composite Group 50th Anniversary Reunion.
ID: 1995.001

Box-Folder 3.53: Nagasaki Journey, 1995
Mailed advertising card for exhibition about Nagasaki and the atomic bomb.
ID: 1995.002

Box-Folder 3.54: Why the Bomb?, 1995
Brochure for Los Alamos Education Group's wall display at the Bradbury Science Museum justifying use of atomic bomb.
ID: 1995.003

Box-Folder 3.55: NAMNews: Nuclear Medicine, 1995
Newsletter for National Atomic Museum Foundation.
ID: 1995.004

Box-Folder 3.56: Human Radiation Experiments: As American As Apple Pie?, August 13, 1997
Flyer advertising free lecture and film featuring Sandra Marlow, co-founder of the Center for Atomic Radiation Studies at Anchorage, Alaska, Museum of History and Art.
ID: 1997.001

Box-Folder 3.57: Uniting Communities Concerned About Nuclear Contamination, June 1998
Brochure advertising conference for those affected or threatened by nuclear contamination.
ID: 1998.001

Box-Folder 3.58: National Museum of American Art: Stop Bomb Tests, December 1998
Flyer for lecture program for Art in the Atomic Age: Ben Shahn's Stop the H-Bomb Tests exhibit.
ID: 1998.002

Box-Folder 3.59: Fat Man Little Boy, 1998
Art exhibit brochure.
ID: 1998.003

Box-Folder 3.60: 1999 Atomic Days, 1999
ID: 1999.001

Box-Folder 7.12: Peace: A Human Right, 1999
Large poster from the Hague Appeal for Peace.
ID: 1999.002

Box-Folder 3.61: Miss A-Bomb 1957, 2010
Promotional cutout doll of woman in A-bomb bra and dress.
ID: 2010.001

Box-Folder 3.62: Ban the Bomb: Nobel Prize Exhibition 2017-ICAN, 2017
Booklet. Postcard features photograph of Linus Pauling.
ID: 2017.001

Box-Folder 3.63: Radium Ointment Sign, undated, circa 1930s
Advertisement for radium ointment as sunburn treatment.
ID: undated.001

Box-Folder 3.64: The RadioakGenerator for Radiant Health, undated, circa 1930s
Advertisement for device that adds radium into drinking and bath water.
ID: undated.002

Box-Folder 3.65: Letterhead for Hotel Will Rogers, undated, circa 1930s
Claremore, Oklahoma, hotel advertising "finest radium water baths in the Southwest."
ID: undated.003

Box-Folder 3.66: Will the Further Study of Radium and Radioactive Waters Modify the Present Medical View of the Spa Treatment, undated, circa 1930s
ID: undated.004

Box-Folder 3.67: The C D X X-Ray Unit, undated, circa 1930s
Advertisement for dental x-ray unit from J. J. Crimmings Company.
ID: undated.005

Box-Folder 3.68: Radium Hot Springs Information Leaflet, undated, circa 1930s
ID: undated.006

Box-Folder 5.20: X-Ray Headache Tablets, undated, circa 1930s
ID: undated.007

Box-Folder 5.21: X-Radium Kettle, undated, circa 1930s
ID: undated.008

Box-Folder 3.69: There's No Place Like Home, But... You May be Moving!, undated, circa 1945
Informational booklet on value of world government in light of the atomic bomb.
ID: undated.009

Box-Folder 5.25: Newspaper clippings, undated, circa 1945-1980s
ID: undated.092

Box-Folder 3.70: Souvenir photographs of Hanford Atomic Works and Vicinity, undated, circa 1945
ID: undated.010

Box-Folder 3.71: Ticket for Meramec Caverns Atomic Shelter, undated, circa late 1940s
No. 40858. Unsigned.
ID: undated.011

Box-Folder 3.72: Label indicating radioactivity, undated, early 1950s
Paper label used before standardization of radioactivity symbol.
ID: undated.012

Box-Folder 3.73: Atomic Defense, undated, circa 1950s
Unattributed, hand-produced booklet with typewritten text on atomic blast and aftermath.
ID: undated.013

Box-Folder 3.74: Hotel Del Prado Y Pradomar Drinks Menu, undated, circa 1950s
ID: undated.014

Box-Folder 3.75: Vinegar Valentines, undated, circa 1950s
ID: undated.015

Box-Folder 3.76: Photograph of Enola Gay, undated, circa 1950s
6.5x8.8 mm. 2 copies.
ID: undated.016

Box-Folder 3.77: Kern County Civil Defense Family Food Shelf and Emergency Menus, undated, circa 1950s
Pamphlet plan for emergency food storage.
ID: undated.017

Box-Folder 3.78: Certificate of Instruction, undated, circa 1950s
Training certificate of completion for Ralph W. Carpenter to become a Fire Watcher for the Civil Defense Corps.
ID: undated.018

Box-Folder 3.79: Civil Defense: Will to Survive, undated, circa 1950s
Booklet on surviving nuclear attack for Ohio Valley.
ID: undated.019

Box-Folder 3.80: Survival Under Atomic Attack, undated, circa 1950s
Safety brochure in case of atomic attack for Berkeley, California.
ID: undated.020

Box-Folder 3.81: It's Your Life...  The San Francisco Plan, undated, circa 1950s
Booklet on warning signals for atomic attack and evacuation routes for San Francisco, California.
ID: undated.021

Box-Folder 3.82: Passport to Survival, undated, circa 1950s
Evacuation map and emergency procedures for Dallas County.
ID: undated.022

Box-Folder 3.83: Philadelphia Evacuation Plan, undated, circa 1950s
Pamphlet for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
ID: undated.023

Box-Folder 3.84: TVA and Tomorrow, undated, circa 1950s
Pamphlet on Tennessee Valley Authority and natural resources in Tennessee.
ID: undated.024

Box-Folder 3.85: You can measure fallout radiation and survive, undated, circa 1950s
Flyer advertising home dosimeters and ratemeters.
ID: undated.025

Box-Folder 3.86: Lean-To Shelters: For Family Protection in an Atomic Attack, undated, circa 1950s
Guidebook for building simple fall-out shelters.
ID: undated.026

Box-Folder 3.87: Escape Nuclear Bombing, undated, circa 1950s
Escape route pamphlet for Grand Rapids, Michigan.
ID: undated.027

Box-Folder 3.88: Emergency Disaster Plans, undated, circa 1950s
Pamphlet of escape routes and warning signals for nuclear attack in Jacksonville, Florida.
ID: undated.028

Box-Folder 3.89: Is This How You'll Die?, undated, circa 1950s
Excerpt from The Next 50 Billion Years by Kenneth Heuer.
ID: undated.029

Box-Folder 3.90: Important Information on Civil Defense, undated, circa 1950s
Pamphlet on electric, gas, and water in event of atomic attack.
ID: undated.030

Box-Folder 3.91: Photographs of nuclear weapons tests, undated, circa 1950s
ID: undated.031

Box-Folder 3.92: Souvenir photographs of Los Alamos, NM, undated, circa 1950s
ID: undated.032

Box-Folder 5.27: Transport label indicating presence of radioactive material, circa 1950s
Square label includes warnings  "Dangerous: Radioactive Material," "Do Not Remain in or Near This Car or Motor Vehicle Unnecessarily," " Do Not Load Next To Explosives."
ID: undated.098

Box-Folder 3.93: Photographs of nuclear weapons tests, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
Official photos of weapons tests including Crossroads at Pacific Proving Grounds; "not to be used for publication by order of the Chief of Naval Operations."
ID: undated.033

Box-Folder 3.94: Postcards of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
10 separate postcards and a postcard set showing sites in each city and memorials.
ID: undated.034

Box-Folder 3.95: Postcards of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
33 postcards.
ID: undated.035

Box-Folder 3.96: Postcards of Los Alamos National Laboratory, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
7 postcards.
ID: undated.036

Box-Folder 3.97: Postcards of Hanford Works, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
3 postcards.
ID: undated.037

Box-Folder 3.98: Postcards of nuclear laboratories and nuclear facilities at universities, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
9 postcards.
ID: undated.038

Box-Folder 3.99: Postcards of nuclear power plants, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
23 postcards.
ID: undated.039

Box-Folder 3.100: Postcards of Nevada Test Site, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
5 postcards.
ID: undated.040

Box-Folder 3.101: Postcards of nuclear weapons tests, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
19 postcards.
ID: undated.041

Box-Folder 3.102: Postcards of nuclear submarines, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
6 postcards.
ID: undated.042

Box-Folder 3.103: Postcards of uranium mines, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
2 postcards.
ID: undated.043

Box-Folder 3.104: Postcards of nuclear humor and satire, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
12 postcards.
ID: undated.044

Box-Folder 3.105: Postcards of nuclear activism efforts, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
5 postcards.
ID: undated.045

Box-Folder 3.106: Postcards of nuclear tourist sites, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
5 postcards.
ID: undated.046

Box-Folder 3.107: Event covers for events in nuclear history, undated, circa 1950s-1980s
21 commemorative envelopes.
ID: undated.047

Box-Folder 3.108: Stamps and other philatelic ephemera, undated, circa 1950s-1990s
Stamps issued to mark events and memorialize individuals during the atomic age.
ID: undated.048

Box-Folder 3.157: Atomic pop culture items, circa 1950s-1990s
Items involving atomic themes, including Christmas wrapping paper, candy wrappers, and restaurant menus.
ID: undated.097

Box-Folder 3.109: Nuclear Power Demonstration Station, undated, circa 1960s
On Canada's first nuclear power plant.
ID: undated.049

Box-Folder 3.110: Fallout: What Happens to Durham North Carolina, undated, circa 1960s
Supplement to information provided by the Office of Civil Defense.
ID: undated.050

Box-Folder 3.111: Promotional letter and pamphlets, undated, circa 1960s
Form letter and pamphlets responding to inquiry about the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy.
ID: undated.051

Box-Folder 3.112: You and the Atomic Bomb, undated, circa 1960s
Civil defense guide.
ID: undated.052

Box-Folder 3.113: Welcome Aboard U. S. Navy Fleet Ballistic Missile Weapon System Folder, undated, circa 1960s
ID: undated.053

Box-Folder 5.22: Fallout Shelter Sign, undated, circa 1960s
ID: undated.054

Box-Folder 3.114: The Farce of Fallout Shelters, undated, circa 1960s
ID: undated.055

Box-Folder 3.115: ConEdison Atomic Power booklets, undated, circa 1960s
5 booklets entitled: Atomic Energy Atomic Power and Safety, Atomic Energy - How?, Atomic Energy - Why?, and Atomic Energy at Indian Point.
ID: undated.056

Box-Folder 3.116: The Story of our Undersea Nuclear Navy, undated, circa 1960s
Brochure on nuclear submarines USS George Washington, USS Nautilus and the USS Seawolf.
ID: undated.057

Box-Folder 3.117: Family Food Stockpile for Survival, undated, circa 1960s
ID: undated.058

Box-Folder 3.118: Los Alamos, New Mexico, undated, circa 1960s
Map of Los Alamos, New Mexico.
ID: undated.059

Box-Folder 3.119: This Atomic World Summer Fair, undated, circa 1960s
Leaflet advertising a traveling exhibit.
ID: undated.060

Box-Folder 3.120: Electricity From Atomic Energy, undated, circa 1960s
On Pacific Gas and Electricity's energy production methods.
ID: undated.061

Box-Folder 3.121: Intelligence Digest Solicitation Letter, undated, circa 1960s
ID: undated.062

Box-Folder 3.122: Neutron irradiated dime, undated, circa 1960s
Dime from American Museum of Atomic Energy.
ID: undated.063

Box-Folder 3.123: You Can Survive an Atomic Attack If..., undated, circa 1960s
Instructions for civil defense actions on farms.
ID: undated.064

Box-Folder 6.44: Alternate Seat of Government, circa 1960s
Illustrated display board showing the State of New York's plans for an alternate seat of government in event of nuclear attack.
ID: undated.099

Box-Folder 7.8: Notice: Instructions to patrons on premises in case of nuclear bomb attack, undated, circa 1960s
Satirical poster.
ID: undated.065

Box-Folder 7.3: How to survive an atomic bomb attack, undated, circa 1960s
ID: undated.066

Box-Folder 3.124: Postcards with attachments, undated, circa 1960s-1980s
Simulated uranium fuel pellets.
ID: undated.067

Box-Folder 3.154: Greater St. Louis Chapter of SANE, circa 1960s
Pamphlet with group goals and officers.
Box-Folder 3.125: Postcards about radiation therapy, undated, circa 1960s-1980s
For Free Enterprise Uranium-Radon Mine near Boulder, Montana.
ID: undated.068

Box-Folder 3.126: Alert Foods "The Gateway to Survival is Food Storage", undated, circa 1970s
Typed advertisement for Alert Foods, a line of civil defense long storing foods.
ID: undated.069

Box-Folder 5.23: Invasores Atomicos en el Artico ("Canadian Mounties vs. Atomic Invaders"), undated, circa 1970s
Movie poster for "Canadian Mounties vs Atomic Invaders". In Spanish.
ID: undated.070

Box-Folder 3.127: The Ultimate Fashion Store Advertising Flyer, undated, circa 1970s
ID: undated.071

Box-Folder 3.128: In the Event of a Nuclear Attack..., undated, circa 1970s
Satirical civil defense wallet card with Instructions. Caption: "Printed in USSR by Order of Our Leader."
ID: undated.072

Box-Folder 3.129: Nevada Desert Experience: Faith Based Resistance to Nuclear Weapons Testing, undated, circa 1970s
ID: undated.073

Box-Folder 3.130: The Nuclear Power Controversy, undated, circa 1970s
ID: undated.074

Box-Folder 3.131: Coming Soon Near You: Radioactive Waste, undated, circa 1970s
Pamphlet on deregulating radioactive waste.
ID: undated.075

Box-Folder 3.132: Three Questions, undated, circa 1970s
Brochure arguing for end to nuclear weapons production.
ID: undated.076

Box-Folder 3.133: Why Are You Afraid?, undated, circa 1980s
Satirical photograph of family in nuclear shelter.
ID: undated.077

Box-Folder 3.134: Promotional postcard, Kent Gallery, undated, circa 1980s
Includes image of child entering home made fallout shelter.
ID: undated.078

Box-Folder 3.135: Arizona Nuclear Power Project Model, undated, circa 1980s
ID: undated.079

Box-Folder 3.136: Kegkrest, Inc. presents Dotte Troxell, undated, circa 1980s
Flyer advertising tour for this author, activist, and poet.
ID: undated.080

Box-Folder 3.137: Deadly Standoff: The U.S.-Soviet Military Balance, undated, circa 1980s
ID: undated.081

Box-Folder 3.138: Analysis of Claims for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze, undated, circa 1980s
iD: undated.082

Box-Folder 3.139: National Association of Radiation Survivors Membership Application, undated, circa 1980s
ID: undated.083

Box-Folder 3.140: No Nuclear Power Sticker, undated, circa 1980s
ID: undated.084

Box-Folder 3.141: A Little Atomic Bomb, undated, circa 1980s
Facsimile of Charles Bukowski's cartoon and poem. "This is copy number 6/12" on back.
ID: undated.085

Box-Folder 3.142: Brochure for National Atomic Museum, Albuquerque NM, undated, circa 1980s
ID: undated.086

Box-Folder 3.143: Stop French Tests in the Pacific!, undated, circa 1980s
Poster advertising Scottish organization and association publication.
iD: undated.087

Box-Folder 3.144: Exhibition announcements and promotional materials, undated, circa 1980s-2000s
Exhibit announcement postcards and flyers with nuclear themes, dating from 1980s-2000s.
ID: undated.088

Box-Folder 5.24: Always Say Never, undated, circa 1980s
Printed broadside with mushroom cloud.
ID: undated.089

Box-Folder 5.30: No more war toys: disarmament begins in the playroom, undated, circa 1980s
ID: undated.090

Box-Folder 7.2: Stop the nuclear race / save our planet Earth, undated, circa 1980s
ID: undated.091

Box-Folder 3.153: EBR-1, circa 1990s
Brochures detailing the EBR-1, where the first usable electricity was generated from nuclear energy in December 1951.
ID: undated.093

Box-Folder 3.155: Souvenir sheet, circa 1990s
Pictures and captions from nuclear history in Spanish from the Museo de la Bomba Atomica en Hiroshima in Mexico City.
ID: undated.096

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