|Repository:||Fermilab History and Archives Project|
|MS-109, P.O. Box 500|
|Batavia, IL 60510-5011|
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|Creator:||Bradley F. Bennett|
|Title:||Captain Bradley F. Bennett (URA Vice President for Administration, 1967-1977) Papers|
|Size:||1 linear foot (2 boxes)|
|Materials in collection:||Correspondence, photographs, printed material, talks, and other materials.|
|Abstract:||Captain Bradley F. Bennett was Universities Research Association Vice President for Administration from 1967 to 1977. The collection includes materials on Fermilab and URA collected by Bennett.|
|Location:||The collection is housed in the History and Archives Project House on the Fermilab site.|
Captain Bradley F. Bennett served as a naval officer. He was Universities Research Association Vice President for Administration from 1967 until he retired on February 28, 1977.1 He died on August 20, 2010, at the age of 98.2
1. "Early URA." Fermilab History and Archives Project. Accessed 2013 June 25.
2. "Death." Fermilab Today August 27, 2010. Accessed 2013 June 25.
The papers consist of miscellaneous materials collected by Bennett on the early history of Fermilab and URA.
SERIES I: HISTORY AND GOVERNANCE OF URA. Arranged chronologically.
SERIES II: CORRESPONDENCE. Arranged chronologically.
SERIES III: TALKS ON NAL. Arranged chronologically.
SERIES IV: WRITINGS ON URA AND NAL. Arranged chronologically.
SERIES V: EVENTS. Arranged chronologically.
SERIES VI: PHOTOGRAPHS. Arranged chronologically.
SERIES VII: MISCELLANEOUS. Arranged chronologically.
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This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
[Item title or description]. Captain Bradley F. Bennett (URA Vice President for Administration, 1967-1977) Papers, 1963-1988 (2013.004: Box [Box number], Folder [Folder number]). Fermilab History and Archives Project, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL..
This collection was donated by Bradley F. Bennett.
This collection was processed by Valerie Higgins in June 2013.
|SERIES I: HISTORY AND GOVERNANCE OF URA||Dates||Items|
|box 1||folder 1||Chronological development of URA, part 1||1963-1966, 1974|
|box 1||folder 2||Chronological development of URA, part 2||1967-1969|
|box 2||folder 1||URA governance and organization (includes articles of incorporation, by-laws, and membership information)||1965-1978|
|box 1||folder 8||URA reorganization||1987-1988|
|SERIES II: CORRESPONDENCE||Dates||Items|
|box 2||folder 2||Correspondence||1970-1981|
|SERIES III: TALKS ON NAL||Dates||Items|
|box 2||folder 3||"The National Accelerator Laboratory" by Edwin L. Goldwasser at the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute in Chicago, 1968 April 17||1968|
|box 2||folder 3||"Design features of the 200-GeV accelerator" by M. Stanley Livingston at the USSR National High Energy Accelerator Conference in Moscow, 1968 October 9-17||1968|
|box 2||folder 3||Interview with Dubridge, 1969 February 14||1969|
|box 2||folder 3||Remarks by Craig Hosmer at the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy at the Particle Accelerator Conference in Washington, D.C., 1969 March 6||1969|
|box 2||folder 3||Remarks by Dr. Theos J. Thompson at the Presentation of AEC Citation to Dr. M. Stanley Livingston at NAL, 1970 June 4||1970|
|box 2||folder 3||Statement by Robert R. Wilson to the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 1971 March 9||1971|
|SERIES IV: WRITINGS ON URA AND NAL||Dates||Items|
|box 2||folder 4||Clippings||1968-1974|
|box 2||folder 5||Press releases||1967-1972|
|SERIES V: EVENTS||Dates||Items|
|box 2||folder 6||National Accelerator Laboratory Groundbreaking, 1968 December 1||1968|
|box 1||folder 6||Luncheon observing the official site conveyance of the National Accelerator Laboratory by the State of Illinois to the United States Atomic Energy Commission, 1969 April 10||1969|
|box 2||folder 7||XVI High Energy Physics Conference at NAL, 1972 September 6-13||1972|
|box 1||folder 7||Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory dedication ceremony, 1974 May 11||1974|
|box 2||folder 8||Miscellaneous||1974-1984|
|SERIES VI: PHOTOGRAPHS||Dates||Items|
|box 2||folder 9||Miscellaneous photographs of NAL, part 1||1968-1974|
|box 2||folder 10||Miscellaneous photographs of NAL, part 2 (received by Bennett 1976 January 19)||1971-1975|
|box 2||folder 11||Miscellaneous photographs of NAL, part 3||1972-1974|
|SERIES VII: MISCELLANEOUS||Dates||Items|
|box 1||folder 3||"Request for proposals for Architect-Engineer and Construction Management Services for the 200 BeV Accelerator Project," drafts||1965-1967|
|box 1||folder 4||"200-400 BeV Proton Synchrotron" - miscellaneous materials on early development of NAL||1965-1975|
|box 1||folder 5||Material assembled by Karyl Louwenaar on the history of the Fermilab site and its residents||1968-1969|
|box 2||folder 12||"Design progress at the National Accelerator Laboratory, 1968-1969" by M. S. Livingston, 1969 June 20||1969|
|box 1||folder 9||Miscellaneous, part 1||1968-1972|
|box 2||folder 13||Miscellaneous, part 2||1977, undated|