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Douglas K Lilly Collection
Scientist. Professor. Dr. Douglas K. Lilly (1929-2018) was a researcher and professor in meteorology at the University of Oklahoma. This collection contains his publications, papers, correspondence, and realia (1956-2010) These include Lilly’s correspondence (1991-1993) as Director of the Center for the Analysis and Prediction of Storms. Also included are cards, letters, the Rossby Research Award from the American Meteorological Society, and photographs of Lilly, his family, and colleagues.
George J. Goodman Ephemera Collection
George Jones Goodman (1904-1999). Botanist. Professor. Curator Emeritus of the Bebb Herbarium, University of Oklahoma. This collection contains primarily the offprints, preprints, and reprints given to Dr. George J. Goodman and the History of Science Collections by colleagues.
Hugh S. Torrens Archive
Instruments and Artifacts Collection
J. Rud Nielsen papers and slides
Physics professor. Correspondence, publications, and research materials from the life and career of University of Oklahoma physics professor J. Rud Nielsen. The papers focus on his research files, his publications, and collected works by other authors. The research files include his work on early volumes of Niels Bohr’s Collected Works; his research on molecular structure using Raman spectroscopy; reports of grant and contract projects for the Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation, and the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; and materials for physics courses taught at OU. Other materials document OU Physics Department events such as Niels Bohr’s visits to the Norman campus for public lectures. The collection also includes 1,041 glass slides depicting research results and physics principles; and printing blocks of graphics for articles in the Journal of the Optical Society of America and the Journal of Chemical Physics.
Jackson Rinn Pope, III Collection
University of Oklahoma Graduate Student. This archival collection contains the library, notes, and realia of Jackson Rinn Pope, III. Topics include the history of ornithology, birdsong, and citizen science. The history of ornithology portion includes research notes, a home study course in bird biology, and games.
Jean Gebser Collection
Conference papers, translated papers, newsletters and short published works, and excerpts of longer published works all on the topic of Jean Gebser and the Jean Gebser Society. Bound philosophical texts by various authors are cataloged into the online catalog and shelved separately.
Léo F. Laporte Papers
Geologist. The papers (approximately 1950-2022) of Léo F. Laporte, who was a geologist and professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. The papers include research notes on George Gaylord Simpson, class and lecture materials for a course on Darwin, and some of Laporte’s correspondence. Also included are a CD copy of the Discovering Darwin Bicentennial Celebration (2009), a CD copy of the Laporte’s Simpson website, and several class slides.
Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie Collection: Alice Middleton Boring Series
Biologist. Professor. The Alice Middleton Boring Collection consists of the scholarly research into the life of Boring by Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie and Clifford J. Choquett. The research concluded with the publication of 'A dame full of vim and vigor: a biography of Alice Middleton Boring, biologist in China' in 1999. The collection includes typescripts, correspondence, research notes, files, and images for the book.
Martin J. S. Rudwick Archive
Paul E. Klopsteg Collection
The manuscript collection complements the Paul E. Klopsteg collection of books and journals relating to archery and the history of archery. It consists of materials collected by Klopsteg and donated to the university along with his archery library. The items are arranged in folders by author or creator of each item in generally alphabetic order. One exception: the folder labeled "Archery correspondence" consists of letters to, and copies of letters from the Collection concerning the Klopsteg Collection.
Westminster School "Man: A Course of Study" Collection
Man: A Course of Study (MACOS) was a mid 20th century social studies middle school curriculum. This collection was a gift from Westminster School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It consists of student texts, filmstrips, game pages, 4 audio discs in two album covers, 4 rolled classroom posters, game cards, dice, and a partial copy of a book of evaluation strategies and introductory lessons for the MACOS curriculum.
- Correspondence 2
- Archery 1
- Atmospheric turbulence 1
- Bird watching 1
- Birds 1
- Birds -- Conservation 1
- Birdsongs 1
- Botany 1
- Consciousness 1
- Ethnobotany 1
- Games 1
- Geology 1
- Infrared spectra 1
- Lantern slides 1
- Manuscripts 1
- Marginalia (annotations) 1
- Mesometeorology 1
- Metallurgy 1
- Meteorology 1
- Philosophy 1 + ∧ less
- German 4
- French 3
- Russian 2
- Chinese 1
- Danish 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1 + ∧ less
- University of Oklahoma 2
- Bohr, Niels, 1885-1962 1
- Boring, Alice M. (Alice Middleton), 1883-1955 1
- Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies 1
- Cornell University. Laboratory of Ornithology 1
- Goodman, George J., 1904-1999 1
- Jean Gebser Society 1
- Klopsteg, Paul E. (Paul Ernest), 1889-1991 1
- Laporte, Léo F. (19330730) 1
- Lilly, D. K. (Douglas Keith), 1929- 1
- Nielsen, Jens Rud, 1894-1979 1
- Ogilvie, Marilyn Bailey 1
- Pope, Jackson Rinn, 1987- 1
- University of Oklahoma. Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms 1
- University of Oklahoma. Department of Physics 1 + ∧ less