Finding Aid to the Fermilab History and Archives Project Collection on Fermilab Prehistory, 1948-1992 (bulk 1953-1979)



Repository: Fermilab History and Archives Project
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Creator: Fermilab. Fermilab History and Archives Project
Title: Fermilab History and Archives Project Collection on Fermilab Prehistory
Dates: 1948-1992
Bulk dates: 1953-1979
Size: 5 linear feet (10 boxes and 2 oversize boxes)
Materials in collection: Clippings, correspondence, printed material, reports
Abstract: Materials on the prehistory of Fermilab collected by the Fermilab History and Archives Project, mostly between 1977 and 1989.
Identification number: 2013.001
Location: The collection is housed in the Milton G. White History of Accelerators Room in Wilson Hall on the Fermilab site.
Language: English

Historical Note

The Fermilab History and Archives Project began in January 1977 as the Fermilab History Committee, an offshoot of the Fermilab Library Committee. Fermilab's first archivist, Lillian Hoddeson, began collecting materials on the history of Fermilab in January 1978. Adrienne Kolb became Fermilab Archivist in 1983, and she continued collecting materials for this collection into the early 1990s.

Additional information about the beginnings of the Fermilab History and Archives Project can be found here: About the History and Archives Project

Information on the formation of Fermilab can be found here: A Brief History of Fermilab..., The Beginnings of Fermilab


Scope and Content

The collection consists of materials related to the early history of Fermilab. Most of the materials deal with the period before ground was broken at the current site. The collection includes materials on early ideas for a national accelerator laboratory, materials on the Western Accelerator Group, materials on the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory design study for the National Accelerator Laboratory, materials on the controversy over the fact that Illinois did not have an open housing law when it was chosen as the site for the National Accelerator Laboratory, and materials on the history of the Universities Research Association (URA) and the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC).


Arrangement

SERIES I: EARLY IDEAS FOR 100 GEV-RANGE ACCELERATORS. Organized into the following subseries: Early accelerator discussions; US-USSR accelerator discussions; Western Accelerator Group (WAG), General; Western Accelerator Group (WAG), Matthew Sands papers.

SERIES II: THE BERKELEY DESIGN STUDY. Organized into the following subseries: Design studies and reports; Responses and alternatives to the Berkeley proposal; DUSAF work for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Miscellaneous.

SERIES III: WESTON, ILLINOIS CHOSEN AS THE NAL SITE. Organized into the following subseries: Open housing issue; Miscellaneous.

SERIES IV: HISTORY OF AEC AND URA. Organized into the following subseries: Atomic Energy Commission (AEC); Universities Research Association (URA)

SERIES V: MISCELLANEOUS. Arranged chronologically.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

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Related Material

See also: Fermilab History and Archives Project Collection on the R. R. Wilson Era at Fermilab, Bradley Bennett Papers, URA Publications


Controlled Access Terms

This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Item title or description]. Fermilab History and Archives Project Collection on Fermilab Prehistory (2013.001: Box [Box number], Folder [Folder number]). Fermilab History and Archives Project, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL.

Acquisition Information

Materials for this collection were donated by various people, mostly between 1977 and 1989, and were collected and organized by the staff of the Fermilab History and Archives Project.

Processing History

This collection was processed by Valerie Higgins in June 2013.


Box List

Note: The Fermilab History and Archives Project originally assigned call numbers to individual items in its collections and used a card catalog to locate materials. Files that include materials cataloged in this system have notes indicating the item numbers included in that file.

SERIES I: EARLY IDEAS FOR 100 GEV-RANGE ACCELERATORS Dates Items
Contains materials documenting various ideas about 100 GeV-range accelerators prior to the organization of Fermilab.
Organized into the following subseries: Early accelerator discussions; US-USSR accelerator discussions; Western Accelerator Group (WAG)
    Early accelerator discussions
Includes materials related to discussions of accelerator design before the establishment of NAL
Organized into the following subseries: Periodical articles on accelerators, Papers on accelerators, Miscellaneous.
    Periodical articles on accelerators
Arranged chronologically.
box   1 folder   1 Photocopy of E. Alfred Burrill's "The Accelerator Conference" in Physics Today 1948 September
Item number W1-EAD-18
box   1 folder   1 Photocopy of L. Jackson Laslett's "Problems and Advances in High-Energy Accelerator Design" in Physics Today 1964 November
Item number W1-EAD-19
box   1 folder   1 Volume 23, number 4 of Nucleonics containing "Colloquy on Capitol Hill: Scientists Press JCAE to Support Vast High-Energy Physics Outlay Proposed in AEC Policy Report" 1965 April
R. R. Wilson's copy. Item number W1-EAD-20.
    Papers on accelerators
Arranged chronologically.
box   1 folder   2 Reprint of T. Kitagaki's "A Focusing Method for Large Accelerators" in The Physical Review, volume 89, number 5, 1161-1162. 1953 March 1
Item number W1-EAD-15.
box   1 folder   2 Leland J. Haworth's "Possible High Energy Accelerator Proposals - 1957 to 1962" 1957 September 5
Item number W1-EAD-16.
box   1 folder   2 "Summary of the Activities of the Study Group for Improving Secondary Beams and PS Extracted Beam Facilities" 1963 May 27
F. T. Cole's copy. Item number W1-EAD-17.
    Miscellaneous
Arranged chronologically.
box   1 folder   3 Accelerator conference, 1953 October - notes from the "Conference on the alternating-gradient proton synchrotron" held in Geneva, Switzerland, 1953 October 26-28 1953
Item number W1-EAD-1
box   1 folder   4 Binder of papers on beam calibrations collected by Robert R. Wilson 1958
Item number W1-EAD-2
box   1 folder   5 Excerpt from Hearings before the Subcommittee on Research and Development of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy in 1958 February describing Nicholas Christophilos's development of the strong focusing principle 1958
Item number W1-EAD-2.5
box   1 folder   6 Robert R. Wilson's file on International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) Tenth Annual International Conference on High Energy Physics (Conference on Super Energy Accelerators), 1960 August at University of Rochester. Includes correspondence, minutes, and lists of attendees. 1959-1960
Item numbers W1-EAD-3, W1-EAD-4, W1-EAD-5, W1-EAD-6, W1-EAD-7, W1-EAD-8, W1-EAD-9, W1-EAD-10, W1-EAD-11, W1-EAD-12, W1-EAD-13, and W1-EAD-14.
box   1 folder   7 European Accelerator Study Group third meeting, 1962 May 14-15, notes 1962
box   1 folder   8 Accelerator design high points, correspondence from Francis T. Cole to David F. Sutter 1978
    US-USSR accelerator discussions
Includes materials related to discussions between the US and USSR on accelerators before the establishment of NAL
Arranged chronologically.
box   1 folder   9 Meeting on new accelerators with Russians in New York, 1960 September; correspondence and minutes 1959-1960
John A. McCone (Chairman of the AEC), V. S. Emelyanov (Director of USSR Main Administration for the Utilization of Atomic Energy), N. N. Bogolyubov, and V. I. Veksler (leader of the Soviet delegation) were organizers. The delegation of Soviet physicists also included Blokintsev, Dzhelepov, and Nikitin.
box   1 folder   10 "Desirability and feasibility of new accelerators of large and novel types" report to US and Soviet Atomic Energy Authorities by Officially-Designated Scientific Group 1960
Item number W1-P&C/HEP-3
oversize   1 folder   1 Drafts of "Journal of first high energy physics exchange under McCone-Emelyanov Agreement" by George A. Kolstad 1960
box   1 folder   11 US-USSR accelerator interaction, 1966-1969; correspondence to and from Robert R. Wilson, articles, and other materials 1966-1969
    Western Accelerator Group (WAG)
Contains materials related to WAG.
Organized into the following groups: General, Matthew Sands Papers
    General
Contains general materials related to WAG
Arranged chronologically.
box   2 folder   1 Binder of Synchrotron Laboratory, California Institute of Technology reports collected by Francis T. Cole (part 1: reports 10-16) 1960-1961
Item number W1-WAG-72. Includes reports SL-10, CTSL-11, CTSL-13, CTSL-14, CTSL-15, CTSL-16.
box   2 folder   2 Binder of Synchrotron Laboratory, California Institute of Technology reports collected by Francis T. Cole (part 2: reports 19, 21, 24-25, 29, 30, and 36) 1961-1962
Item number W1-WAG-72. Includes reports CTSL-19, CTSL-21, CTSL-24, CTSL-25, CTSL-29, CTSL-30, CTSL-36.
box   2 folder   3 "A Proposal to the Atomic Energy Commission for the Support of the Accelerator Design-Study Program of the Western Accelerator Group" by California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, 1961 April 1961
    Matthew Sands papers
Contains photocopies of original documents on WAG held by Sands.
Left in original order.
Includes item numbers W1-WAG-1 through W1-WAG-71.
box   2 folder   4 National considerations regarding accelerators - correspondence and meeting minutes 1960-1962
Item numbers W1-WAG-1, W1-WAG-2, W1-WAG-3, W1-WAG-4, W1-WAG-5, W1-WAG-6, W1-WAG-7, and W1-WAG-8. Includes correspondence with Bob Bacher, Robert R. Wilson, and others. Includes documents by Robert R. Wilson and others.
box   2 folder   5 WAG Correspondence 1960-1963
Item numbers W1-WAG-9, W1-WAG-10, W1-WAG-11, W1-WAG-12, W1-WAG-13, W1-WAG-14, W1-WAG-15, W1-WAG-16, W1-WAG-17, W1-WAG-18, W1-WAG-19, and W1-WAG-20. Includes correspondence with Bob Bacher, Ed McMillan, Matthew Sands, and others.
box   2 folder   6 "A Proposal to the Atomic Energy Commission for the Support of the Accelerator Design-Study Program of the Western Accelerator Group" study proposal by California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California and related correspondence 1961
Item numbers W1-WAG-21 and W1-WAG-22.
box   2 folder   7 Proposals to WAG, correspondence 1961
Item numbers W1-WAG-23, W1-WAG-24, W1-WAG-25, W1-WAG-26, W1-WAG-27, W1-WAG-28, W1-WAG-29, W1-WAG-30, and W1-WAG-31.
box   2 folder   8 WAG design study cost proposal (preparation), correspondence and drafts 1960-1961
Item numbers W1-WAG-32, W1-WAG-33, W1-WAG-34, W1-WAG-35, and W1-WAG-36.
box   2 folder   9 Project - correspondence 1960-1961
Item numbers W1-WAG-37, W1-WAG-38, W1-WAG-39, W1-WAG-40, W1-WAG-41, W1-WAG-42, W1-WAG-43, W1-WAG-44, W1-WAG-45, W1-WAG-46, W1-WAG-47, W1-WAG-48, W1-WAG-49, W1-WAG-50, W1-WAG-51, W1-WAG-52, W1-WAG-53, W1-WAG-54, W1-WAG-55, W1-WAG-56, W1-WAG-57, W1-WAG-58, W1-WAG-59, W1-WAG-60, W1-WAG-61, W1-WAG-62, W1-WAG-63, W1-WAG-64, and W1-WAG-65.
box   2 folder   10 Internal California Institute of Technology memos - Accelerator 1961
Item numbers W1-WAG-66, W1-WAG-67, W1-WAG-68, W1-WAG-69, W1-WAG-70, and W1-WAG-71
box   2 folder   11 "A proton synchrotron for 300 GeV" by Sands, reprint (with corrections) of CTSL report 10 1961
Item number W1-8
SERIES II: THE BERKELEY DESIGN STUDY Dates Items
Contains materials related to the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory design study for NAL.
Organized into the following subseries: Design studies and reports; Responses and alternatives to the Berkeley proposal; DUSAF work for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Miscellaneous
    Design studies and reports
Contains design studies and reports on NAL prepared by Berkeley.
Arranged chronologically.
box   3 folder   1 "National accelerator study non-technical documents: recommendations for a design study of a national ultra-high energy accelerator"by Lawrence Radiation Laboratory (with annotations by F. T. Cole), 1961 December 26 1961 December 26
Item number W1-LRL-10
box   3 folder   2-3 "200 BeV Accelerator Design Study" by Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, volumes I and II (copy 1) 1965 June
Item number W1-21
box   4 folder   1-2 "200 BeV Accelerator Design Study" by Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, volumes I and II (copy 2) 1965 June
Item number W1-21
box   4 folder   3 "200 BeV Accelerator Design Study Summary"by Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, (2 copies, one with accompanying notes) 1965 June
Item number W1-17
box   4 folder   4 "Design study of 200-BeV accelerator and summary of status"(outline), 1965 July 14 (with accompanying press clipping) 1965
Item number W2-DES-1 and W2-DES-2
box   5 folder   1 "Physical Plant for the 200 BeV Accelerator Progress Report" by Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1965 July 1965
Item number W1-22
box   5 folder   2 "200 BeV Accelerator Preliminary Project Report" by Lawrence Radiation Laboratory for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (2 copies) 1966 January
box   5 folder   3 "A reduced-scope 200 BeV accelerator facility" by staff of the Accelerator Design Study, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Berkeley, 1966 September 30 1966
Item number W2-DES-3
oversize   2 folder   1 "Advanced Accelerator Structural Design Study" 1967
oversize   2 folder   2 "Lawrence Radiation Laboratory Design Study - 200 BeV Accelerator - Index to 1. M.E. engineering notes, 2. M.E. sketches, 3. M.E. drawings, 4. R.F. group drawings" 1967
oversize   2 folder   3 "Lawrence Radiation Laboratory Design Study - 200 BeV Accelerator - Index to 1. M.E. engineering notes, 2. M.E. sketches, 3. M.E. drawings, 4. R.F. group drawings" 1967
    DUSAF work for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Materials related to the work DUSAF (Daniel, Urbahn, Seelye and Fuller) did to produce cost estimates for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's 200 GeV design study.
Organized into the following groups: Progress reports, weekly; Project reports; Site cost comparison report; Miscellaneous
    Progress reports, weekly
Arranged chronologically.
box   5 folder   4 DUSAF project weekly report and Project Diaries for AEC contract AT(04-3)-603 1965 December-1966 January
box   5 folder   5 DUSAF project weekly reports, with miscellaneous correspondence 1966 January
box   5 folder   6 DUSAF project weekly reports 1966 February
    Project reports
Arranged chronologically.
box   9 folder   1 "200 BeV Accelerator Preliminary Project Report" by Lawrence Radiation Laboratory 1966 January
box   9 folder   2 "200 BeV Accelerator Preliminary Project Report" by DUSAF 1966 January
box   9 folder   3 "200 BeV Accelerator Preliminary Project Report" by DUSAF (Revised) 1966 April
    Site cost comparison report
Arranged chronologically.
box   5 folder   7 "Site cost comparison report, 200 BeV accelerator" (Contract no. AT(04-3)-603), with accompanying related material 1965 October
box   10 folder   5-6 "Site cost comparison report, 200 BeV accelerator" (Contract no. AT(04-3)-603) 1965 November 10
    Miscellaneous
Arranged chronologically.
box   5 folder   8 "Bond and fringe benefit backup, square foot area used First Preliminary Estimate" by George A. Fuller Co. 1965 December 11
box   6 folder   1 Pile foundation study and quotes 1965
    Miscellaneous Berkeley proposal materials
Contains miscellaneous materials related to the Berkeley proposal.
Arranged chronologically.
box   6 folder   2 "Dr. Rutledge (of Lawrence Radiation Laboratory), miscellaneous reports and memos (some related to Camp Parks site)" 1965
    Responses and alternatives to the Berkeley proposal
Contains responses to and criticisms of the Berkeley proposal.
Arranged chronologically.
box   6 folder   3 Congressional testimony of E. J. Lofgren, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, before the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 1965 March 2-4 1965 March
Item number W1-AD/60s-1
box   6 folder   4 Robert R. Wilson response, fall 1965 (Wilson's letter criticizing proposed 200 GeV accelerator design for being too conservative and expensive with his accompanying "Some Proton Synchrotrons, 100-1000 GeV" and related correspondence) 1965 September-1966 January
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-2, W1-AD/60s-3, W1-AD/60s-4, W1-AD/60s-5, W1-AD/60s-6, W1-AD/60s-7, W1-AD/60s-8, W1-AD/60s-9, W1-AD/60s-10, W1-AD/60s-11, and W1-AD/60s-12
box   6 folder   5 Objections by Samuel Devons to AEC proposals ("Comments on the High Energy Physics Program in the United States" report by Devons, with accompanying correspondence) 1965 October
Item number W1-AD/60s-13
box   6 folder   6 Responses to Wilson and Devons, correspondence and articles 1965 October-1966 January
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-39, W1-AD/60s-40, and W1-AD/60s-41
box   6 folder   7 Berkeley reactions to Devons's and Wilson's statements and proposals 1965 October-December
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-17, W1-AD/60s-18, and W1-AD/60s-19
box   6 folder   8 AEC reaction to Devons's objections - correspondence 1965 November-1966 February
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-22, W1-AD/60s-23, W1-AD/60s-24, W1-AD/60s-25, W1-AD/60s-26, W1-AD/60s-27, W1-AD/60s-28, W1-AD/60s-29, W1-AD/60s-30, W1-AD/60s-31, W1-AD/60s-32, W1-AD/60s-33, W1-AD/60s-34, W1-AD/60s-35, W1-AD/60s-36, W1-AD/60s-37, and W1-AD/60s-38
box   6 folder   9 Brookhaven National Laboratory's response to Devons's objections 1965 November-December
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-42 and W1-AD/60s-43
box   6 folder   10 Transcript of tape from J. Orear to A. Rosenfeld supporting Robert R. Wilson's design, 1965 November 15 1965 November
Item number W1-AD/60s-14
box   6 folder   11 A. Lincoln Read's "Secondary Particle Beams from High Energy Proton Synchrotrons," 1965 December 9-15 1965 December
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-15 and W1-AD/60s-16
box   6 folder   12 Leon Lederman's alternate proposal, 1965 December 1965 December
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-20 and W1-AD/60s-21
box   6 folder   13 Leon Lederman on 200 BeV - miscellaneous correspondence, memos, and reports 1964-1965
box   6 folder   14 Meeting on High Energy Physics, 1966 January 24 at USAEC in Washington, D.C. 1966 January
Item number W1-AD/60s-44
box   6 folder   15 Frank Cole as mediator between Cornell and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory in 1966 1966 March-1967 April
Item numbers W1-AD/60s-45, W1-AD/60s-46, W1-AD/60s-47, W1-AD/60s-48, W1-AD/60s-49, and W1-AD/60s-50
SERIES III: WESTON, ILLINOIS CHOSEN AS THE NAL SITE Dates Items
Contains materials related to the choice of Weston, Illinois as the site of NAL.
Organized into the following subseries: Open housing issue; Miscellaneous
    Open housing issue
Contains materials related to the controversy surrounding the fact that Illinois did not have an open housing law when it was chosen as the site of NAL.
Arranged chronologically
box   6 folder   16 Congressional Record, 1967 July 12 (contains proceedings of the debate in the Senate over the authorization of approporiations to the AEC) 1967
Item number W2-FUN-5
box   7 folder   1 Clippings on tent-in at Weston (from the NAL Public Information Office) 1967
The tent-in was organized by the Chicago Freedom Movement to protest the construction of the accelerator at Weston to protest the Illinois state legislature's failure to pass an open housing law. Dr. Martin Luther King expressed his support of the protest and was scheduled to speak at the event, but was unable to attend.
Item number W2-FUN-6
box   7 folder   2 Clippings on the open housing issue (from the NAL Public Information Office?) 1967-1968
Item number W2-FUN-4
    Miscellaneous
Contains miscellaneous materials related to the choice of Weston, Illinois as the site of NAL.
Arranged chronologically.
box   10 folder   1-4 DUSAF Master Plan for Existing Buildings on the NAL Site Near Batavia, Illinois ("Farm book," green binder with red Fermilab logo decal) 1968 August 15
box   7 folder   3 "Act 685. Particle accelerator land acquisition act," Illinois Compiled Statutes, 1992 1992
SERIES IV: HISTORY OF AEC AND URA Dates Items
Contains materials on the history of the Atomic Energy Commission and the Universities Research Association and the roles they played in the formation of Fermilab.
Organized into the following subseries: Atomic Energy Commission (AEC); Universities Research Association (URA)
    Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Contains materials related to the history of the AEC.
Arranged chronologically
box   8 folder   1 "How Russia Stole America's Atomic Secrets"by Bob Considine 1951
box   8 folder   2 Draft of "A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, volume II" by Richard G. Hewlett and Francis Duncan, chapters 1-3, 5, 7 undated (c. 1968)
box   8 folder   3 Draft of "A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, volume II" by Richard G. Hewlett and Francis Duncan, chapters 12 and 13 undated (c. 1968)
box   8 folder   4 Draft of "A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, volume II" by Richard G. Hewlett and Francis Duncan, chapter 14 1968
box   8 folder   5 Draft of unfinished paper "Chapter 1: Genesis of the AEC's National Accelerator Laboratory" by someone from DOE undated (after 1973)
    Universities Research Association (URA)
Contains materials related to the formation and early work of URA.
Arranged chronologically.
box   7 folder   4 Copies of miscellaneous material from "URA files" 1964-1972
Includes item number W1-66
box   7 folder   5 Origin of URA in NAS [National Academy of Science] 1965-1967
Includes URA articles of incorporation and by-laws
box   7 folder   6 National Academy of Science, summary of notes taken by Theodore P. Wright at 1965 January 17 meeting 1965
box   7 folder   7 URA correspondence, mostly on choosing a director for NAL 1965-1979
Includes item numbers W1-64, W1-URA-3,W1-URA-4, W1-URA-5, W1-URA-6, W1-URA-7, W1-URA-8, W1-URA-9, W1-URA-10, W1-URA-11, W1-URA-12, W1-URA-13, W1-URA-14, W1-URA-15, W1-URA-16, W1-URA-17, W1-URA-18, W1-URA-19, W1-URA-20, W1-URA-21, W1-URA-22, W1-URA-23, W1-URA-24, W1-URA-25, W1-URA-26, W1-URA-27, W1-URA-28, W1-URA-29, W1-URA-30, W1-URA-31, W1-URA-32, W1-URA-33, W1-URA-34, W1-URA-35, W1-URA-36, W1-URA-37, W1-URA-38, W1-URA-39, W1-URA-50, W1-URA-51, W1-URA-52, W1-URA-53, and W1-URA-54
box   7 folder   8 Correspondence regarding NAL top personnel and monthly reports, 1967 April-June 1967
Includes item numbers W1-URA-43, W1-URA-44, W1-URA-45, W1-URA-46, W1-URA-47, W1-URA-48, and W1-URA-49
box   7 folder   9 "Research at 200 GeV" by URA 1967 August
box   7 folder   10 URA 200 BeV Accelerator Meeting, 1967 April 7-8; program 1967
box   7 folder   11 Miscellaneous correspondence and reports pertaining to URA 1967-1973
Includes item number W1-66. Includes a history of URA.
box   7 folder   12 Clippings on URA 1979-1981
box   7 folder   13 "Management appraisal, University Research Association, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory" by Batavia Area Office, Chicago Operations and Regional Office 1980 May
SERIES V: MISCELLANEOUS Dates Items
Arranged chronologically.
box   10 folder   7 "BR Book - Protons," William M. Brobeck and Associates, Report No. 4500-1-R2 1963