Finding Aid to the Leon Max Lederman Collection, 1888-2012 (bulk 1980-2012)



Repository: Fermilab History and Archives Project
MS-109, P.O. Box 500
Batavia, IL 60510-5011
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Creator: Leon M. Lederman (1922-Present)
Title: Leon M. Lederman Papers
Dates: 1888-2012
Bulk dates: 1980-2012
Size: 150 linear feet, 200 boxes
Materials in collection: This collection mostly consists of text documents pretaining to Leon M. Lederman's work. Found in this collection are original manuscripts, calendars, and correspondence. Additionally, memorabila was donated along with photographs.
Abstract: This collection reflects Leon Max Lederman's work collected through his time as a physicist and educator.
Identification number: 2015.001
Location: Some of the the collection is housed in the History and Archives Project House on the Fermilab site, but much of it is stored at an offsite storage location.
Language: English
Sponsor: Processing of the collection, creation of the finding aid, and encoding of the finding aid in EAD supported by a grant from the Center for History of Physics, American Institute of Physics.

Biographical Note

On July 15, 1922, Leon Max Lederman was born in New York City to Morris Lederman and Minna Rosenberg. Lederman has an older brother Paul. Lederman attended PS 92 on Broadway and 95th Street for his primary education and continued his high school education at James Monroe High School in the South Bronx. In 1943, he graduated from the City College of New York with a degree in chemistry and a minor in physics.

In 1943, Lederman enlisted in the United States Army and served in World War II. During this time, Lederman was stationed in France and Germany and, because of his background in chemistry and physics, he was assigned as the head of the New Equipment Introductory Detachment, which was responsible for examining captured enemy equipment. Eventually, he rose to the rank of first lieutenant. Throughout his time in the military, Lederman also met and began to network with various physicists.

Upon his return, Lederman took advantage of the G.I. Bill and enrolled at Columbia University. Lederman openly discussed his struggle to complete his postgraduate degree. He worked with Gilberto Bernardini, who continually encouraged Lederman to become excited about science, more specifically physics. It was with this constant encouragement that Lederman completed his Ph. D. in Physics. After receiving the degree, Lederman joined the faculty at Columbia University.

In 1958, Lederman took his first sabbatical from Columbia University to work on a research project at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. Upon his return in 1961, Lederman became the director of Columbia's Nevis Laboratory and held this position until 1978. In 1979, Lederman took an extended leave of absence from Columbia University to work for the University of Chicago. He also became the director of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Lederman served as director of the lab for 10 years.

In 1988, Lederman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work conducted with Melvin Schwartz and Jack Steinberger. "They managed to produce a beam of neutrinos using a high energy accelerator. In 1962 they discovered that in some cases, instead of producing an electron, a muon (200 times more massive than the electron) was produced, showing the existence of a new type of neutrino, muonneutrino. These particles, called leptons, could be classified in families."

Throughout his entire career Lederman was a proponent of science and math education. He was part of the founding board that started the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy in Aurora, Illinois. He sat on many boards that promoted science education at all school levels. Additionally, he continued to teach at the university level throughout his career.

Lederman has three children with his first wife, Florence Gordon. His daughter Rena is an anthropologist, his son Jesse is an investment banker, and his daughter Rachel is a lawyer. Currently Lederman is retired and lives with his second wife Ellen in Driggs, Idaho.


Scope and Content

The Leon M. Lederman Collection is organized into 12 series with subsequent sub-series: ‘Biography,’ ‘Manuscripts,’ ‘Professional Organizations,’ ‘Experiments,’ ‘Correspondence,’ ‘Calendar,’ ‘Research Files,’ ‘Informational Records,’ ‘Audio Visual,’ ‘Photographs,’ and ‘Memorabilia.’ The majority of this collection is organized to the box level. However, priority was given to unique material to process down to the folder level. Items located at the Archives House are processed using box and date spans.


Arrangement

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHY AND PERSONAL RECORDS.

Series 2: MANUSCRIPTS. Organized into the following sub-series: Articles, Books, Interviews, Lectures, Proposals, Reports, Reviews, and Speeches

SERIES 3: PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS. Organized into the following sub-series: Fermilab and Department of Energy Records, Boards, Universities, K-12 Education, and Science Outreach.

SERIES 4: EXPERIMENTS.

SERIES 5: COORESPONDENCE.

SERIES 6: CALENDARS.

SERIES 7: RESEARCH FILES.

SERIES 8: AWARDS.

SERIES 9: PHOTOGRAPHS.

SERIES 10: MEMORABILIA.

SERIES 11: AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS.

SERIES 12: INFORMATIONAL RECORDS.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Portions of this collection are restricted; wherever possible, surrogate copies are provided for patron use, as noted in the series listings. The remainder of the collection may be used by qualified readers in the Reading Room of the Fermilab History and Archives Project in Wilson Hall or the Archives House in the Fermilab Village. All collections are available for patron use only with advance notification; please contact the Archivist if you would like to use the collection.

Use Restrictions

Fermilab is providing access to the materials in the History and Archives Project's collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of Fermilab is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist. In addition to permission from Fermilab, permission of the copyright owner (if not Fermilab) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. Fermilab makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.


Related Material

Fermilab Directorate Records


Controlled Access Terms

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

Accelerator physics
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Instructional modules on particle science and technology
Lederman, Leon M.
Nobel Prize winners
Nobel Prize winners--United States--Biography.
Nuclear physics.
Particle science and technology
Particles (Nuclear physics)
Physics Laboratory (U.S.)
Physics--Popular works.
Physics--Research--History--20th century.
Physics--Research--United States.
Physics.
Quark models
Science education
Science--Experiments.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Item title or description]. Leon M. Lederman Collection (2015.001): Box, Folder. Fermilab History and Archives Project, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL.

Acquisition Information

This collection was donated by Leon and Ellen Lederman in several accession between 1988 and 2015.

Processing History

This collection was processed by Angelique Schuler with assistance from Elliot Witt and under the supervision of Valerie Higgins between March and December of 2015.


Box List

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHY AND PERSONAL RECORDS Dates
This series contains all of the biographical and personal records in the collection related to Leon M. Lederman and the Lederman Family. Found in this section will be the biographical sketches, resumes, passport copies, and financial records. The Biography and Personal Records series is organized in chronologically.
box   1 folder   1 Bibliography of Lederman's published works 1950-1998
box   1 folder   2 Copies of Leon and Ellen Lederman's Passport and Vistor's Visas 1987
box   1 folder   3 Lederman Biographies 1989-2010
box   1 folder   4 Curiosity is the key to discovery - Lederman biography, see page 5 1992
box   1 folder   5 The Future of Hope Conference - Lederman Biography (page 8), [Japanese] 1995 December 4-8
box   1 folder   6 Parking Tickets 1997 June 18
box   1 folder   7 Plans for Biography Book Dialogue 2001 November 14
box   1 folder   8 Who's Who in America 2005
box   1 folder   9 Lederman's List of on going activites/involvements 2005 March 31
box   1 folder   10 Lederman's Library Records 2005-2006
box   1 folder   11 Declaration of Completing Financial interest 2007 May 19
box   1 folder   12 75th Birthday Speech circa 1997
box   1 folder   13 USA Science and Engineering Festival: Students and Nobel Laureates Across the Nation Bonding over PB J 2010 September 30
box   1 folder   14 "Hello My Name is Ted" - Leon Lederman Biography on page 23 undated
box   2 folder   1 Residence Lease 1998 July 20
box   2 folder   2 Invoices and Deposits- RESTRICTED undated
SERIES 2: MANUSCRIPTS Dates
The Manuscripts series contains all of the works found in the collection created by Leon M. Lederman. This series includes both published and unpublished works. This series is broken down into sub-series that reflects the types of publications and is organized in chronological order.
    SUB-SERIES 1: ARTICLES
This sub-series contains published articles by Leon Max Lederman.
box   3 folder   1 Nuclear Interactions of π - - Mesons 1950 October 2
box   3 folder   2 On the Decay of the π - - Mesons 1951 January 15
box   3 folder   3 On The Nuclear Interaction of π- Mesons in Nuclear Emulations 1951 April 1
box   3 folder   4 On the Lifetime of the Negative π- Meson 1951 August 1
box   3 folder   5 Interactions of Pi Mesons in Carbon 1951 August 12
box   3 folder   6 Nuclear Absorption of Negative Pi -Mesons at Different Energies 1951 September 1
box   3 folder   7 On the Nuclear Scattering of Negative Pi - Mesons 1951 September 15
box   3 folder   8 Scattering and Absorption of Pions in Carbon, II Interpretation 1951 November 20
box   3 folder   9 Scattering and Absorption of Pi- Meson in Carbon 1951 December 1
box   3 folder   10 Scattering and Absorption of Pi- Meson in Carbon 1952 April 1
box   3 folder   11 Scattering of 151- and 188- MeV Positive Pions by Protons 1953 October 1
box   3 folder   12 Rest Mass Energy of the Negative Pion 1953 October 21
box   3 folder   13 Interactions of Negative Pions in Carbon and Lead 1954 January 11
box   3 folder   14 An Improvement in Rubber Diaphragm Cloud Chamber Technique 1954 July
box   3 folder   15 Diffusion Cloud-Chamber Study of Very Slow Mesons. I Internal Pair Formation 1955 January 10
box   3 folder   16 Diffusion Cloud-Chamber Study of Very Slow Mesons. II Bata Decay of the Muon 1955 April 8
box   3 folder   17 Diffusion Cloud-Chamber Study of Very Slow Mesons. III Scattering of Negative Pions in Hydrogen 1955 July 1
box   3 folder   18 Lifetime of Negative Muons in Various Materials 1956
box   3 folder   19 Positive Pion Scattering in Deuterium 1956
box   3 folder   20 A Diffusion Chamber Study of Very Slow Mesons. IV Absorption of Pions in Light Nuclei May 9, 1905
box   3 folder   21 Associated Production and the Lifetimes of the Λ° and θ° Particles 1956 March 22
box   3 folder   22 Interactions of 85-MeV Positive Pions with Deuterons 1956 June 12
box   3 folder   23 Observations of Long-Lived Neutral V Particles 1956 July 30
box   3 folder   24 Untitled and The Meaning of Party (Mirror Symmetry) 1957 January 15
box   3 folder   25 Found - A Small Door on the Unvierse 1957 February
box   3 folder   26 Report on Long-Lived K° Mesons 1957 February 4
box   3 folder   27 Observations of the Failure of Conservation of Parity and Charge Conjugation in Meson Decays: The Magnetic Moment of the Free Muon 1957 February 15
box   3 folder   28 Energy Dependence of the Asymmetry in the Beta Decay of Polarized Muons 1957 April 1
box   3 folder   29 On the Spin Direction of the Electrons in Muon Decay 1957 May 17
box   3 folder   30 Magnetic Resonance Determination of the Magnetic Moment of the μ Meson 1957 April 17
box   3 folder   31 Space Properties of the π Meson 1957 August 28
box   3 folder   32 Magnetic Moments of the Free Muon 1957 October 1
box   3 folder   33 Observation of Production, Decay, and Interaction of Strange Particles May 11, 1905
box   3 folder   34 Lifetime and Decay of the K₂ °Meson 1958 March 18
box   3 folder   35 Electric Dipole Moment of the Muon 1958 July 18
box   3 folder   36 Report in Long-Lived Neutral K Mesons: the "τ" Particle; Mixture circa 1958
box   3 folder   37 Asymmetry Aparmeter in Muno Decay 1959 January 15
box   3 folder   38 Neutral K- Mesons May 13, 1905
box   3 folder   39 Electromagnetic Properties of Electrons and Muons May 13, 1905
box   3 folder   40 Muon Mass and Charge by Critical Absorption of Mesic X-Rays circa 1960
box   3 folder   41 Report on Spark Chamber Work at Nevis Laboratory 1961 March 9
box   3 folder   42 Fundamental Constants of the Muon 1962 February 1
box   3 folder   43 Muon Capture in Liquid Hydrogen 1962 April 1
box   3 folder   44 Observations of High-Energy Neutrino Reactions and the Existance of 2 Kinds of Neutrinos 1962 June 15
box   3 folder   45 Observations of High Energy Neutrino Reactions and the Existence of Two Kinds of Neutrinos 1962 July 1
box   3 folder   46 The Physics of Muons and Muon Neutrinos May 16, 1905
box   3 folder   47 The Two -Neutrino Experiment May 16, 1905
box   3 folder   48 Neutrino Physics 1963 January 9
box   3 folder   49 Remarks Concerning the Recent High Energy Neutrino Experiment 1963 March 15
box   3 folder   50 Muon Bibliography 1963 April
box   3 folder   51 Muon Capture in Neon 1963 June 13
box   3 folder   52 A Possible High Intensity, High Energy Accelerator, the Truly National Laboratory 1963 June 25
box   3 folder   53 Muonic Molecules in Liquid Hydrogen 1963 July 31
box   3 folder   54 Precision Lifetime Measurements on Positive and Negative Muons 1963 July 31
box   3 folder   55 Muon Capture in Hydrogen 1963 December 15
box   3 folder   56 Present Neutrino Experiments circa 1963-1964
box   3 folder   57 Muon Physics circa 1963-1964
box   3 folder   58 Internal Reports- Secondary Beams from the AGS 1964 September
box   3 folder   59 Observations in High Energy Physics 1964 November
box   3 folder   60 Determination of Neutrino Flux May 18, 1905
box   3 folder   61 Search for Massive Particle 1965 June 14
box   3 folder   62 Observations of Antideuterons 1965 June 14
box   3 folder   63 Search for Intermediate Boson on High-Energy Neutrino Interactions 1965 July 5
box   3 folder   64 Muon Capture in (Pμd) + Molecules 1965 April 5
box   3 folder   65 Muon- Protons Scattering at High Momentum Transfers 1965 April 26
box   3 folder   66 Some Proton Synchrotrons, 100- 1000 GeV 1965 September 22
box   3 folder   67 Search for Intermediate Bosons in Proton - Nucleon Collisions 1965 October 28
box   3 folder   68 Comparison of Pion and Antipion Lifetimes 1966 April 25
box   3 folder   69 Search for Intermediate Bosons in Proton - Nucleon Collisions 1966 July
box   3 folder   70 Neutrino Physics May 20, 1905
box   3 folder   71 High Energy Muon Scattering May 21, 1905
box   3 folder   72 Muon-Proton Elastic Scattering at High Momentum Transfers 1968 January 25
box   3 folder   73 Influence of Detector Spatial Resolution in the Scaling of NAL Experiments 1968 August 1
box   3 folder   74 Search for Intermediate Bosons Using Muons 1968 August 8
box   3 folder   75 Beam Dump Experiment - Dimuons and Neutrinos 1968 August 9
box   3 folder   76 Test of Universality with Neutrinos 1968 August 12
box   3 folder   77 For Comments on Nuclear and Particle Physics - A Cosmic Ray Discovery? circa 1968
box   3 folder   78 Prospects for the Muon-Electron Problem circa 1968
box   3 folder   79 Note on the Magnetic Moment of the Muon circa 1968
box   3 folder   80 New Revolution in Particle Detection May 22, 1905
box   3 folder   81 High-Energy Muon - Proton Scattering: One - Photon Exchange Tests 1969 July 21
box   3 folder   82 Influence of Detector Spatial Resolution in the Scaling of NAL Experiments 1968 August 1
box   3 folder   83 Observation of Muon Pairs in High Energy Proton Nuclear Collisions May 23, 1905
box   3 folder   84 Resource Letter Neu-1 History of the Neutrion 1970 February
box   3 folder   85 Observation of Massive Muon Pairs in Hadron Collisions 1970 November 23
box   3 folder   86 High Mass Muon Pairs circa 1970
box   3 folder   87 Observations of Dimuons in 30 GeV Proton Collisions circa 1970
box   3 folder   88 Muon May 24, 1905
box   3 folder   89 Large Q² Experiments at Isabelle 1971 September
box   3 folder   90 High Mass Muon Pairs, [Muon Conference Report] 1971 September 6-10
box   3 folder   91 Production of Intermediate Bosons in Interactions 1971 September 13
box   3 folder   92 Measurement of Electron Energy with Discrimination Against Hadronic Background 1971 December
box   3 folder   93 Esoteric Particle Production at ISR 1971 December 30
box   3 folder   94 Weak Interactions at Isabelle 1972 1972 July 18
box   3 folder   95 Production of Heavy Leptions in Hadron -Hardon Collisions 1972 September
box   3 folder   96 Particle Accelerator May 26, 1905
box   3 folder   97 Hadron Production of Leptons in Hadron Collisions May 26, 1905
box   3 folder   98 A Lead-Glass Černkov Detector for Electrons and Photons 1973 May 8-12
box   3 folder   99 The Production of Electrons and Electron Pairs at the CERN ISR [Abstract] 1973 May 25
box   3 folder   100 Production of High Transverse Momentum Leptons in Hadronic Collisions 1973 June 26
box   3 folder   101 Elastic Muon-Carbon Scattering in a Low-Momentum- Transfer Region 1973 September
box   3 folder   102 Observations of π° Mesons with Large Transversals Momentum in High-Energy Proton-Proton Collisions 1973 October 1
box   3 folder   103 Observations of Muon Pairs in High-Energy Hadron Collisions 1973 October 1
box   3 folder   104 A Search for Large Transverse Momentum Electrons at the Cern ISR 1973 October 15
box   3 folder   105 A Lead-Glass Černkov Detector for Electrons and Photons 1973 November 26
box   3 folder   106 Particle Accelerator circa 1973
box   3 folder   107 Electronmagnetic and Weak Interactions at Isabelle circa 1974 January
box   3 folder   108 High Transverse Momentum at Isabelle 1974 February
box   3 folder   109 A Search for Large Transverse Momentum Electrons at the Cern ISR 1974 February 18
box   3 folder   110 A Search for Electron Pairs at the Cern ISR 1974 February 18
box   3 folder   111 Heavy-Particle Production in 300-GeV/c Proton/ Tungsten Collisions 1974 February 25
box   3 folder   112 Muon- Proton Deep Inelastic Scattering 1974 March 4
box   3 folder   113 Muon Proton Deep Elastic Scattering 1974 March 4
box   3 folder   114 Correlations Between Large Transverse Momentum π° Mesons and Charged Particles or π° Mesons at the Cern ISR [Abstract] 1974 March 25
box   3 folder   115 High PT Production of Pions at NAL [Abstract] 1974 April 22-25
box   3 folder   116 Correlations Between Two Large Transverse Momentum π° Mesons at Cern ISR 1974 May 2
box   3 folder   117 Hadron Production at Large Transverse Momentum 1974 July
box   3 folder   118 Correlation Between Large Momentum π° Mesons and Charged Particles at the Cern ISR 1974 August 5
box   3 folder   119 Muon- Deuteron Deep Inelastic Scattering 1974 August 26
box   3 folder   120 Search For Excited Muons 1974 September 1
box   3 folder   121 Observation of Direct Production of Leptons in ρ-Be Collisions at 300 GeV 1974 September 16
box   3 folder   122 Hadron Production at Large Transverse Momentum 1974 September 16
box   3 folder   123 Recoil Hadron Angular Distribution in Muon-Proton Deep-Inelastic Scattering 1974 December 1
box   3 folder   124 Comments on Reanalysis of the Dimon Experiments of Christenson, Hicks, Lederman, Limon, Pope, and Zavattini 1974 December 6
box   3 folder   125 The Next Step: Accelerators Versus Storage Rings circa 1974
box   3 folder   126 Comments on High Transverse Momentum Physics circa 1974
box   3 folder   127 Physics at High Transverse Momentum May 28, 1905
box   3 folder   128 High Transverse Momentum Physics: A Review 1975 January 6-8
box   3 folder   129 New Orleans: A Proposal 1975 March
box   3 folder   130 Experimental Tests for Sources of Single High PI Leptons 1975 April 28-May 1
box   3 folder   131 Search for Ultra-High Momentum Transfer Scattering of Protons by Nuclei 1975 May
box   3 folder   132 The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Dedication Address 1974 May 11
box   3 folder   133 Performance of A Lead - Glass Eletromagnetic Shower Detector at Fermilab 1975 May 26
box   3 folder   134 Search for φ Mesons Produced at High Pt in p-Be Collisions at 300 GeV 1975 July 7
box   3 folder   135 Radial Properties of Electron Showers 1975 July 25
box   3 folder   136 Lepton Production in Haron Collisions 1975 August
box   3 folder   137 Scattering of 7-GeV Muons in Nuclei 1975 August 18
box   3 folder   138 Comments on Direct Lepton Production 1975 September 18
box   3 folder   139 New and Unthinkable Ideas circa 1975
box   3 folder   140 Lepton Production in Hadron Collisions 1976 February
box   3 folder   141 Lepton Production in Hadron Collisions 1796 June
box   3 folder   142 Production of ψ (3100) and ψ (3700) in p-Be Collisions at 400 GeV 1976 June 14
box   3 folder   143 Lepton Production in Hadron Collisions 1976 August
box   3 folder   144 Statement on the Nevis Laboratory to Committee on Science and Technology 1976 September 30
box   3 folder   145 Review of Dilepton Production in Hadron Collisions 1976 October
box   3 folder   146 Dilepton Production and Scaling 1976 November 29
box   3 folder   147 Observation of High Mass Dileption Pairs in Hadron Collisions at 400 GeV circa 1976
box   3 folder   148 Experimental Future: Some Sociological Comments on High Energy Physics 1977 August 1
box   3 folder   149 VBA 1977 March
box   3 folder   150 Leptomania 1977 March
box   3 folder   151 Notes on the Design of an "Ultimate" Detector 1977 March 3
box   3 folder   152 Dilepton Production in Hadron Collisions 1977 June
box   3 folder   153 On Viable Modes of Carrying Out Isabelle Experiments 1977 July 28
box   3 folder   154 Dimuon Production at Fermilab 1977 August
box   3 folder   155 Observation of a Dimuon Resonance at 9.5 GeV in 400-GeV Proton-Nucleus Collisions 1977 August 1
box   3 folder   156 Measurement of the Dihadron Mass Continuum in Proton-Be Collissions and a Search for Narrow Resonances 1977 August 26
box   3 folder   157 Unauthorizerd Autobiography 1977 October
box   3 folder   158 New Quarks and Old Ones, Too 1977 October
box   3 folder   159 Atomic Number Dependence of the Production Cross Sections for Massive Dihadron States 1977 November
box   3 folder   160 Nucleon- Number Dependence of the Production Cross Sections for Massive Dihadron States 1977 November 2
box   3 folder   161 Observation of Structure in the ϒ Region 1977 November 14
box   3 folder   162 Dilepton Production in Hadron Collisions May 31, 1905
box   3 folder   163 Resonant and Continuum Dilepton Production May 31, 1905
box   3 folder   164 A System of Cylindrical Drift Chambers in Super Conducting Solenold May 31, 1905
box   3 folder   165 Correlation Between Two Hadrons at Large Transverse Momenta 1978 April 10
box   3 folder   166 Proposal for A Study of Large Transverse Momentum Phenomena using the Superconducting Low-β 1978 July 10
box   3 folder   167 Dilepton Production in Hadron Collisions 1978 August
box   3 folder   168 A Measurement of Inclusive π° Production at Large Pt from p-p Collisions at the Cern ISR 1978 September
box   3 folder   169 Study of Scaling in hadronic Production of Dimuons 1978 September 4
box   3 folder   170 A Study of High Mass e+ e- Pairs Produced in p-p Collisions at the Cern ISR 1978 September 20
box   3 folder   171 Results on Correlations and Jest in the Transverse Momentum p-p Collision at the Cern ISR 1978 September 29
box   3 folder   172 The Upsilon Particle 1978 October
box   3 folder   173 A Measurement of Inclusive π° Production at Large Pt from p-p Collisions at the Cern ISR 1978 December 4
box   3 folder   174 Dileptons at Moriond circa 1978
box   3 folder   175 A Search for New Massive Particles circa 1978
box   3 folder   176 Evidence for the ϒ and a Search for New Narrow Resonances 1979 February 19
box   3 folder   177 Inclusive Production of Large Transverse - Momentum Hardrons and Hadron Pairs 1979 July 1
box   3 folder   178 Resonant and Continuum Dilepton Production 1979 January 9
box   3 folder   179 Dilepton Production in Hadronic Collisions 1979 April 26
box   3 folder   180 Exercise in Nostalgia 1979 August
box   3 folder   181 Find the N! 1979 December
box   3 folder   182 5th Edition of the Encyclopedia of Science and Technology June 2, 1905
box   3 folder   183 Observation of the T " at Cern June 2, 1905
box   3 folder   184 Fermilab: Our Future 1980 January 31
box   3 folder   185 Measurement of the Continuum of Dimuons Produced in High Energy Proton- Nucleus Collisions 1980 February
box   3 folder   186 Measurement of the Continuum of Dimuon Produced in High-Energy Proton-Nucleus Collisions 1980 April 4
box   3 folder   187 Upper Limits on θθ Production in 350 GeV/C Proton-Beryllium Collisions 1980 May
box   3 folder   188 Search for Direct Single-Photon Production at Large Pt in Proton-Proton Collisions at √5=62.4 GeV 1980 July 14
box   3 folder   189 A Study of Particles Correlation and Charge Rations in Direct Photo Events at ISR 1980 September
box   3 folder   190 Pep Dedication Banquet Talk 1980 September 5
box   3 folder   191 The Erosion of US Technological Strength 1980 September 17
box   3 folder   192 Science and Hope: United Nations Association 1980 September
box   3 folder   193 A Measurement of the Transverse Momenta of Partons and of Jet Fragmentation as a Function of √s in p-p Collisions 1980 November 17
box   3 folder   194 Observation of Υ, Υ' and Υ" at Cern circa 1980
box   3 folder   195 High Energy Experiments June 3, 1905
box   3 folder   196 Triple- Jet Structures in Proton - Proton Interactions June 3, 1905
box   3 folder   197 A Study of Particle Correlations and Charge Ratios in Direct Photon at the Cern ISR 1981 January 1
box   3 folder   198 Measurement of the Continuum of Dimuons Produced in High-Energy Proton-Nucleus Collisions 1981 February 1
box   3 folder   199 Upper Limits on θθ Production in 350 - GeV/C Proton - Beryllium Collisions 1981 April 1
box   3 folder   200 Rewrite for GEO Magazine 1981 April 20
box   3 folder   201 To Reduce Crime, Eliminate Cash 1981 April
box   3 folder   202 Course 7 High Energy Experiments 1981
box   4 folder   1 Viewpoints from Fundamental Science 1982
box   4 folder   2 Viewpoints from Fundamental Science, [with Supplemental Material] 1982
box   4 folder   3 Construction and Operation of a Large Ring- Imaging Cerenkov Detector 1982 October 20-22
box   4 folder   4 A Report on High Energy Physics 1982 December
box   4 folder   5 π/k/p Identification with a Large-Aperture Ring-Imaging Cherenkov Counter 1983
box   4 folder   6 Stated Meeting Reports - Prospects for Progress in Particle Physic 1983
box   4 folder   7 The Super Accelerator 1983 December
box   4 folder   8 Your Turn for an Illinois Science Academy 1984 January
box   4 folder   9 A Latin American Caper 1984 January
box   4 folder   10 The Value of Fundamental Science 1984 November
box   4 folder   11 The Overlap of Particle Physics with Other Areas of Science 1984 November
box   4 folder   12 From Miletus to the Supercollider Twenty-Five Hundred Years of Particle Physics 1985
box   4 folder   13 Open Question, Machine and the Sociopolitics of HEP 1985
box   4 folder   14 To Understand the Universe 1985
box   4 folder   15 The Superconducting Super Accelerator 1985 February-March
box   4 folder   16 The SSC: A Machine for the Ninties 1985 March
box   4 folder   17 A-Dependence of the Inclusive Production [Abstract] 1985 June 12, August
box   4 folder   18 ACH! That Isn't Even Wrong! 1985 June 26
box   4 folder   19 A Dependence of the Inclusive Production of Hadrons with High Transverse Momenta 1985 July
box   4 folder   20 Science Must Grow 1986
box   4 folder   21 Brochure for Teachers: The Lift and Staff at IMSA 1986 February 3
box   4 folder   22 Experimental Future: Some Sociological Comments on High Energy Physics 1986 March
box   4 folder   23 1986 Richtmyer Lecture: Unification Grand Unification, and the Unity of Physics 1986 March 3
box   4 folder   24 The Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy: A Philosophy 1986 March 25
box   4 folder   25 Unification of Science: A Provovative Idea for Koshland's Forum 1986 April 9
box   4 folder   26 The Airliner and the Supercollider 1986 August 21
box   4 folder   27 New Limit on Axion Production in 800 GeV Hadronic Showers 1986 October 27
box   4 folder   28 Inclusive Hadronic Production Cross Sections Measured in Photo-Nucleus Collisions at √s=27.4 GeV circa 1986
box   4 folder   29 Taking Paper on the Multi-University Graduate Center 1987 April 1
box   4 folder   30 Outreach, What a National Laboratory Does About Science Learning 1987-1988
box   4 folder   31 The Status of the Tevatron 1988
box   4 folder   32 Obserwacje w Fizyce Czastek - Od Dwoch Neutrin Do Modelu Standardowego, [Swedish] 1988 December 8
box   4 folder   33 High Transverse Momentum Single Hadron Production in pp and pd Collisions at √s=27.4 and √s=38.8 GeV 1989 March 21
box   4 folder   34 The Future of Neutrino Physics: View from Tevatron 1989 May 2
box   4 folder   35 High-Resolution Measurement of Massive-Dielectron Production in 800-GeV Proton Beryllium Collisions 1989 June 1
box   4 folder   36 Nobel Lectures in Physics 1988 Jul-89
box   4 folder   37 Physics for Poets, Science for Society 1989 August
box   4 folder   38 Low Pay and Long Hours 1990 January
box   4 folder   39 Divisions of Particles and Fields - A Solemn Sermon for Scientists 1990 January 5
box   4 folder   40 Shortening the Trip to Batavia 1990 January 28
box   4 folder   41 Science Literacy: The Race Between Education and Catastrophe 1990 March 21
box   4 folder   42 The Decline of U.S. Science 1990 June 27
box   4 folder   43 Physics for Poets 1990 July
box   4 folder   44 On the Occasion of the Opening of Academy for Math and Science Teachers 1990 July 26
box   4 folder   45 Comments on: Science Matters, Etc. Hazen and Trefil 1990 August 24
box   4 folder   46 Executive Summmary [Draft III] 1990 September 20
box   4 folder   47 The Scientific Research Trust Corporation 1990 November 19
box   4 folder   48 Science Literacy 1990 November 25
box   4 folder   49 Science: The End of the Frontier? 1991 January
box   4 folder   50 Issues [Draft] 1991 January 21
box   4 folder   51 A Trigger for Beauty 1991 February
box   4 folder   52 The Tevatron 1991 March
box   4 folder   53 A Brief for Fermilab 1991 March 13
box   4 folder   54 The Privilege and Obligation of Being a Physicist 1991 April
box   4 folder   55 Guest Editorial for FASEB 1991 April 17
box   4 folder   56 Dimuon Production in Proton-Copper Collisions at √s=38.8 GeV 1991 May 1
box   4 folder   57 Washington Post 1991 May 13
box   4 folder   58 Lederman's Response 'Untitled' [Draft] 1991 June
box   4 folder   59 Comments for Issues 1991 July 22
box   4 folder   60 Presentation to L. Tisch - CBS 1991 September 17
box   4 folder   61 The Scientific Research Trust Corporation 1991 October
box   4 folder   62 Science Education, Science, and American Culture 1991-1992 Winter
box   4 folder   63 The Advancement of Science 1992
box   4 folder   64 Science and Education 1992 January
box   4 folder   65 Nuclear Dependence of High-x, Hadron and High-τ Hadron Pair Production in p-A Interactions at √s=38.8 GeV 1992 January 27
box   4 folder   66 Science Under Stress 1992 February
box   4 folder   67 Physics Today- Science and Education 1992 February 18
box   4 folder   68 To Change a City 1992 April 24
box   4 folder   69 A Cultural Fantasy 1992 May
box   4 folder   70 Of Scientists and School Systems 1992 May
box   4 folder   71 The Advancement of Science 1992 May 22
box   4 folder   72 Shonen Jump Contribution 1992 June 1
box   4 folder   73 Seymour Harris Book 1992 June 8
box   4 folder   74 Historical Preamble 1992 July 1
box   4 folder   75 How to Save Science in the Classroom 1992 September 5
box   4 folder   76 A Cities Initiative 1992 November
box   4 folder   77 Three Directors and the Tevatron 1992 November
box   4 folder   78 Science on TV 1992 November
box   4 folder   79 Teacher Enhancements - Cost Consideration 1993 March 11
box   4 folder   80 A.A.A.S./ Public Understading of Science Briefing 1993 May 26
box   4 folder   81 Supercollider Redux 1993 August
box   4 folder   82 Global Science - The Universe and Batavia 1993 September 9-10
box   4 folder   83 Science and the Bottom Line 1993 September
box   4 folder   84 Comments on SSC Management Issues 1993 September
box   4 folder   85 Scientific Clippings Retreat 1993 November
box   4 folder   86 What Can We Learn From the Supercollider's Demise? 1993 November
box   4 folder   87 Science in the High School 1994
box   4 folder   88 An Open Letter to Colleagues who Publicly Opposed the SCC 1994 March
box   4 folder   89 An Open Letter to the Honorable George E. Brown Jr. 1994 March 15
box   4 folder   90 Paint a Vision of the Possible 1994 March/April
box   4 folder   91 The Pyramid 1994 April
box   4 folder   92 Eilat Neutrinos 1994 June
box   4 folder   93 Dear President 1994 June
box   4 folder   94 How Will They Pay 1994 July
box   4 folder   95 On Reclaiming Our Schools 1994 July 5
box   4 folder   96 Defending Ourselves From the Virus of Ignorance 1994 July/August
box   4 folder   97 Beyond the Endless Frontier 1994 September
box   4 folder   98 Save Our Schools 1994 October
box   4 folder   99 An Urban Educational 'Adventure,' 1994 October
box   4 folder   100 New High School Science Curriculum 1994 October 11
box   4 folder   101 New York Times: Save Our Schools 1994 October 19
box   4 folder   102 Science Education for a Changing World 1994 October 25
box   4 folder   103 A Science Project to Change Our Schools 1994 November 16
box   4 folder   104 Education Experiment: Hands-On, Minds-On 1994 November 22
box   4 folder   105 Physics Today - Response to Letters 1994 December 21
box   4 folder   106 AAAS TV Science 1995 June 30
box   4 folder   107 The Three Years Science Requirement For All High School Students 1995
box   4 folder   108 Article for Curriculum/Technology Quarterly 1995 January 18
box   4 folder   109 Memo to Research Unviersity Presidents Change the Ships Course 1995 January 23
box   4 folder   110 Blackboard Bundle 1995 January/February
box   4 folder   111 The Three Year Science Requirement 1995 February
box   4 folder   112 A New High School Science Curriculum 1995 April
box   4 folder   113 Fermilab: A Story of Profits 1995 May 30
box   4 folder   114 Science Collaboration in the American Continent 1995 June 23
box   4 folder   115 Public Science Literacy Must be Increased to STEM Tide of Anti-Science Sentiment 1995 July 10
box   4 folder   116 Groundbreaking for Aspen Center For Physics 1995 September
box   4 folder   117 The Great Debate 1995 November 29
box   4 folder   118 Three Years High School Science Requriement Initiative 1995 November 30
box   4 folder   119 The Legacy of 20th Century Physics and Prospects for the Next Century 1995 December 5
box   4 folder   120 Untitled - Chicago Sun-Times Article 1996
box   4 folder   121 Science, Technology, and the November Election 1996
box   4 folder   122 Weekly Essay 1996 March 6
box   4 folder   123 Getting High School Science in Order 1996 April
box   4 folder   124 Arise Manifesto 1996 April 30
box   4 folder   125 The New York Times Think of the Laughs a Lab Could Cook Up 1996 May 19
box   4 folder   126 A Strategy for Saving Science 1996 June 20
box   4 folder   127 A Seamless Science Education Sequence K-14 1996 July
box   4 folder   128 A Strategy for Saving Science 1996 November/December
box   4 folder   129 A Modest Proposal/Proposal For Arise Workshop 1997
box   4 folder   130 Proposal to Office of Science Education - NIH 1997 February 3
box   4 folder   131 Milestones en Route to the Beauty Quark 1997 June
box   4 folder   132 A Modest Proposal 1997 September
box   4 folder   133 Unveiling the Top Secret 1997 December 27
box   5 folder   1 The Crisis Apparently Without End, [French] 1998
box   5 folder   2 Knowing is not (Only) Seeing; Seeing is not (Always) Knowing, [Drafts I, II, III] 1998
box   5 folder   3 Capacity Building in Science - The World Bank do on Human Development 1998 March 4
box   5 folder   4 Tobacco Blues 1998 April 1
box   5 folder   5 Science Magazine, [Draft V] 1998 May 1
box   5 folder   6 Coherence in Science Education 1998 July 10
box   5 folder   7 Illinois Math and Science Academy: Great Minds Program 1998 August 3
box   5 folder   8 American Renaissance in Science Education 1998 September
box   5 folder   9 Discover Magazine: Response to the Money Question 1998 October
box   5 folder   10 Lessons Learned 1998 October
box   5 folder   11 Response to Letter 1998 October
box   5 folder   12 The Teachers Academy for Mathematics and Science - A Private Solution to a Public Goal 1998 October 20
box   5 folder   13 Physics in the Next Millennium 1999
box   5 folder   14 Science Education and Social Responsibility, [Spanish] 1999
box   5 folder   15 Milestones in Experimental Elementary Particle Physics 1999 February 25
box   5 folder   16 Untitled - Fragment 1999 March 9
box   5 folder   17 This Years New Thing 1999 May 11
box   5 folder   18 New York Times - Op-Ed 1999 May 11
box   5 folder   19 A Thousand Years of Physics, [Written for Encarta Encyclopedia 1999 June
box   5 folder   20 Physics in the 20th Century 1999 June
box   5 folder   21 Physics in the New Millennium 1999 June
box   5 folder   22 A Science Way of Thinking, [1 of 2] 1999 June 16
box   5 folder   23 A Science Way of Thinking, [2 of 2] 1999 June 16
box   5 folder   24 Comments For Issues about Fulfilling the Promise of Academic Research 1999 July 22
box   5 folder   25 The Responsibility of Scientist 1999 July 24
box   5 folder   26 IIT DOE Report 1999 August 20
box   5 folder   27 What are Your Thoughts 1999 September 14
box   5 folder   28 Symmetry 1999 October 13
box   5 folder   29 Understanding of Physics Paved Way for the Computer Revolution 1999 December
box   5 folder   30 Overseas Publishers Association 1999 December 31
box   5 folder   31 American Renaissance in Science Education 2000
box   5 folder   32 Leon M Lederman Essays And Letter 2000
box   5 folder   33 A Science Way of Thinking 2000
box   5 folder   34 Comments on Illinois Teachers' Science Content-Area Standards 2000
box   5 folder   35 Encarta - Microsoft Conclusion 2000
box   5 folder   36 K-12 Science Education as the Road to Consilient Curricula 2000
box   5 folder   37 On the Threshold of the 21st Century: Comments on Science Education 2000
box   5 folder   38 Particles and Poverty 2000
box   5 folder   39 The Scientists of the 21st Century 2000
box   5 folder   40 Strengthening Basic Research in the Public Interest 2000
box   5 folder   41 What is Today's Most Important Unreported Story? 2000 January
box   5 folder   42 The Great Minds Dialogue Series 2000 January 24
box   5 folder   43 Chicago Tribune Essay [Draft 5] 2000 February 2
box   5 folder   44 Proof or Consequences 2000 February
box   5 folder   45 The Case for Quantitative Literacy 2000 April
box   5 folder   46 Executive Perspectives: Science Education Should Place Physics First 2000 May
box   5 folder   47 Physics and Development 2000 June
box   5 folder   48 Physics and Symmetry of the Periodic Table of Elements 2000 June
box   5 folder   49 The Scientists of the 21 Century 2000 July 7
box   5 folder   50 New York Times - Op-Ed [Fragmented] 2000 July 20
box   5 folder   51 Physics and its Future 2000 August,
box   5 folder   52 Prototype Episode 2000 August 25
box   5 folder   53 Partical Physics TV, [Draft] 2000 September
box   5 folder   54 Teaching Symmetry in the Introductory Physics Curriculum 2000 September
box   5 folder   55 Testimony about the National Science Education Enhancement Act 2000 September 21
box   5 folder   56 The Theory of Everything 2000 October
box   5 folder   57 A Plan, A Strategy for K-12 2000 October 19
box   5 folder   58 International Council for Science Introduction 2000 November 1-4
box   5 folder   59 Comments on Testing and Standards 2000 November 15
box   5 folder   60 Hypercp (E 871) Experiment at Fermilab, Search for Direct CP Violation in Hyperon Decays 2001
box   5 folder   61 Learning After 9/11 2001
box   5 folder   62 Using Wireless Keypads in Lecture Classes 2001 January
box   5 folder   63 School Matters 2001 February
box   5 folder   64 Understanding the Elements - the Physics and Symmetry of the Periodic Table of Elements 2001 February
box   5 folder   65 The End of Physics 2001 March
box   5 folder   66 Physics First 2001 Spring
box   5 folder   67 Introduction - What is Science 2001 April 9
box   5 folder   68 Physics First 2001 Apirl 10
box   5 folder   69 Exhilarating Matter, [French] 2001 July
box   5 folder   70 Physics 2006 August 1
box   5 folder   71 Revolution in Science Education 2001 September
box   5 folder   72 Fermi Centennial 2001 September 21
box   5 folder   73 Reform of Science Education: A Curriculum 2001 October 18
box   5 folder   74 Coping with the Consequences of Our Own Ingenuity 2001 November 26
box   5 folder   75 Repulse the March of the Morons 2001 December
box   5 folder   76 Reform of Science Education 2002
box   5 folder   77 Legislative Ingredients for Urban and Rural Teachers' Academy 2002 February 26
box   5 folder   78 Time for Change 2002 April
box   5 folder   79 Untitled - Fragment 2002 May 1
box   5 folder   80 Our Students Need a 21st Century Edcuation 2002 October
box   5 folder   81 One Page Summary of the Three-Year Curriculum 2002 October 29
box   5 folder   82 A 21st Century Science Curriculum - Physics First 2002 November 5
box   5 folder   83 The Science Sequence in High Schools: A New Order 2003 March 11
box   5 folder   84 Stop the Century- We're Not Ready 2003 May
box   5 folder   85 Response to Physics Today Letters 2003 August
box   5 folder   86 URA 2003 November 12
box   5 folder   87 Revolution in Science Education 2003 November 24
box   5 folder   88 Turning Points 2004
box   5 folder   89 My Einstein 2004
box   5 folder   90 Abuds Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics 2004
box   5 folder   91 Memories of Gerson Goldhaber 2004 February 21
box   5 folder   92 Science Education for Development and Civilization 2004 March 6
box   5 folder   93 The Fermilab Future circa 2004 April
box   5 folder   94 An Open Letter to the American People 2004 June 21
box   5 folder   95 The Pleasure of Learning 2004 August 5
box   6 folder   1 Asymmetric Design of 21st Century School 2004 October 22
box   6 folder   2 Phoenix Schools 2005
box   6 folder   3 Why IMSA Should Be International 2005
box   6 folder   4 The Science and Art of Multiple-Choice Questions 2005 January
box   6 folder   5 How Do We Know There is More Than One Kind? 2005 May
box   6 folder   6 21st Century Communications: From the Information Superhighway to the Jungle Track 2005 May
box   6 folder   7 Pope John Paul II and Science 2005 May 31
box   6 folder   8 Physics 2005 June
box   6 folder   9 Ten Ways to Know You Are a Nobel Prize Winner 2005 November 23
box   6 folder   10 The New Secondary Science Curriculum 2005 December 21
box   6 folder   11 New Start for the NSB 2006 January 23
box   6 folder   12 Beauty in Physics 2006
box   6 folder   13 An Invitation to Conversations about the Cornerstone to Capstone Approach 2006
box   6 folder   14 The NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science 2006 February
box   6 folder   15 Alternative Approaches to High Stakes Testing 2006 February
box   6 folder   16 Edutopia Article [DRAFT] 2006 May 22
box   6 folder   17 Fermilab and Latin America 2006 June
box   6 folder   18 Beauty in Physics [DRAFTS] 2006 July
box   6 folder   19 Revolution in High School Science Education 2006 September
box   6 folder   20 The God Particle and the Rest 2006 November 27
box   6 folder   21 ARISE Essays, Materials 2007
box   6 folder   22 A Science Way of Thinking 2007 January 11
box   6 folder   23 Science and Technology in China, India, and the United States: Assessments and Comparisons [DRAFT] 2007 February 10
box   6 folder   24 STEM for All and All for STEM 2007 February 20
box   6 folder   25 Out with the Old 2007 March
box   6 folder   26 The Future of Science Education 2007 March 12
box   6 folder   27 Evolution of the God Particle 2007 March 13
box   6 folder   28 New Commission on 21st Century Education 2007 March 13
box   6 folder   29 Untitled [DRAFT 1] 2007 March 13
box   6 folder   30 Nature News and Views 2007 March 13
box   6 folder   31 Review of The First Eight Billion Miles 2007 March 27, April 2
box   6 folder   32 Response to Bart Gordon Article Entitled "U.S. Competitiveness: The Education Imperative" [REVIEW] 2007 May 7
box   6 folder   33 The God Particle et al. 2007 July
box   6 folder   34 An Overview of Subatomic Particles for Non-Physicists 2007 August
box   6 folder   35 The End of Physics? circa 2007 September 1
box   6 folder   36 Advice to a New Congressman [WITH DRAFTS] 2008
box   6 folder   37 Scientists and 21st Century Science Education 2008
box   6 folder   38 QandA for Discovery Magazine 2008 February
box   6 folder   39 STFC Programmatic Review 2008 March 21
box   6 folder   40 Scientists and 21st Century Science Education 2008 June 14
box   6 folder   41 The Crisis in Education 2008 June 27
box   6 folder   42 Investing in America's Future: Barack Obama's Plan for Science and Innovation 2008 July 22
box   6 folder   43 Comments on Curricula in Science Education 2008 July 24
box   6 folder   44 What We'll Find in the Atom 2008 September 6
box   6 folder   45 LHC: Tools for the 21st Century 2008 September 8
box   6 folder   46 Transforming Science Education 2008 October
box   6 folder   47 What We'll Find in the Atom [SPANISH] 2009 February
box   6 folder   48 Particle Accelerators 2009 February 2
box   6 folder   49 Topic for the Secretary of Energy 2009 March 10
box   6 folder   50 Fermilab and Latin America [SPANISH] 2009 March
box   6 folder   51 The Development and use of Wireless RF Keypads 2009 September 21
box   6 folder   52 To Improve Math and Science Education, Don't Neglect Veteran Teachers 2010 January 27
box   6 folder   53 Analysis [DRAFT] undated
box   6 folder   54 AAAS/UNESCO [DRAFT] undated
box   6 folder   55 Article for Science Magazine undated
box   6 folder   56 At the Frontier: A Brief History of Fermilab undated
box   6 folder   57 Big Science in the Sky undated
box   6 folder   58 The Bizarre and Serendipitous: History and Future of Discovery undated
box   6 folder   59 Dimuon Production in 800 GeV/c Proton-Nucleus Collisions undated
box   6 folder   60 EOLSS Draft Addition undated
box   6 folder   61 Isabelle undated
box   6 folder   62 Last is a Four Letter Word undated
box   6 folder   63 The Legacy of 20th Century Physics undated
box   6 folder   64 Particles and Poverty undated
box   6 folder   65 Paired Matter, Edible and Inedible undated
box   6 folder   66 Science and Education, Leon M. Lederman, University of Chicago and Fermilab undated
box   6 folder   67 Science, Education, and Science Education undated
box   6 folder   68 Science and the Bottom Line undated
box   6 folder   69 Science Literacy - Handwritten Note undated
box   6 folder   70 Super Nova, Super Conductors and Super Colliders [DRAFT] undated
box   6 folder   71 Teacher Professional Development undated
box   6 folder   72 The Role of Physics in Education undated
box   6 folder   73 Unraveling the Mysteries of the Atom undated
box   6 folder   74 Higher Education undated
box   6 folder   75 Untitled fragment undated
box   6 folder   76 A Bill of Responsibilities and Rights for Federal Scientists undated
box   6 folder   77 Last is a Four Letter Word undated
box   6 folder   78 Knowledge Foundation: Physics and Development undated
box   6 folder   79 Hardware and Software [PAGES 4-6] undated
box   6 folder   80 An Open Letter to the American People [DRAFT] [YEAR] August 3: circa 2008
box   6 folder   81 List of Articles, 1977-1978 undated
box   6 folder   82 Basic Research's Big Payoff: A Case in Point 1982 December 2
box   6 folder   83 PEP Talk 1980 December
box   6 folder   84 The Value of Fundamental Science 1984 November
box   6 folder   85 The Precarious State of Science: A National Emergency? 1985 December 1
box   6 folder   86 The Scientific Research Trust Corporation: How SRTC Will Improve U.S. Competitiveness and Shrink the Deficit [DRAFT] undated
box   6 folder   87 Leon M. Lederman: Pritzker Professor of Science at Illinois Institute of Technology - Director Emeritus of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory [DRAFT?] undated
box   6 folder   88 Untitled paper undated
box   6 folder   89 Untitled - Fragment [PAGES 3-8] undated
box   6 folder   90 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   6 folder   91 Untitled article for MUSE [Draft 2] undated
box   6 folder   92 Brockman undated
box   6 folder   93 The Scientists of the 21st Century undated
box   6 folder   94 Physics undated
box   6 folder   95 Study of the High Mass Dimuon Continuum in 400 GeV Proton-Nucleus Collisions undated
box   6 folder   96 Search for Electric Dipole Moment of the Muon undated
box   6 folder   97 The Heart of Matter undated
box   6 folder   98 Mu-p Elastic Scattering Proton Range Calibration Run undated
box   6 folder   99 Particle Accelerator undated
box   6 folder   100 Muon Capture in Liquid Hydrogen µ- + p → n + v undated
box   6 folder   101 Muon Catalysis of Fusion p + d → He3 + ϒ undated
box   6 folder   102 A Neutrino Detector for Use at the Brookhaven AGS undated
box   6 folder   103 Production of High-Mass Muon Pairs in Proton-Nucleus Collisions at 400 GeV undated
box   6 folder   104 Contribution to Comments on Nuclear and Particle Physics undated
box   6 folder   105 Correlations of Charged Particles with a High pT Trigger undated
box   6 folder   106 The Future of Science Education undated
box   6 folder   107 Directional Drift Chambers undated
box   6 folder   108 Enhancements to the Traditional Multiple Choice Question for Use with Classroom Technology undated
box   7-10   Articles 1981-2007, Undated
    SUB-SERIES 2: BOOKS
This sub-series contains all of the books written by Leon M. Lederman. Both complete books and drafts are in this sub-series. Many of the manuscripts contain various edited drafts of his books before publication. The books are organized in chronological order by date.
box   11 folder   1 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1992
box   11 folder   2 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1992-1997
box   11 folder   3 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1996-1998
box   11 folder   4 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1997 Feb 26
box   11 folder   5 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1997-2000
box   11 folder   6 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1998
box   11 folder   7 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 19,982,002
box   11 folder   8 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1999
box   11 folder   9 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1999 Aug 23
box   11 folder   10 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1999 Sept 8
box   11 folder   11 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1999 Sept 8
box   11 folder   12 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 1999 Nov 29
box   11 folder   13 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2000
box   11 folder   14 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2000 Feb 15
box   11 folder   15 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2000 May
box   11 folder   16 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2000 May
box   11 folder   17 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2000 August
box   11 folder   18 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2001
box   11 folder   19 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2001
box   11 folder   20 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2002
box   11 folder   21 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2002
box   11 folder   22 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2002
box   11 folder   23 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2002 March 20
box   11 folder   24 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2002 March
box   11 folder   25 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2002 March
box   11 folder   26 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2000 August, 2002 April
box   11 folder   27 Quantum Physics for Poets, [Drafts] 2000 August, 2002 April
box   12 folder   1 Physics for Poets [DRAFT OF CHAPTERS 4-7] 2002 Fall
box   12 folder   2 Quantum Physics for Poets [DRAFTS, NOTES] undated
box   12 folder   3 For the Future of the World's Children 1989 September
box   12 folder   4 Interlude to Chapter V undated
box   12 folder   5 Foreword [to Chalk Up Another One] 1992
box   12 folder   6 The Pyramid of Science [EXCERPT FROM The God Particle] 1993
box   12 folder   7 The Young Scientists [FOREWORD] 1993 May 25
box   12 folder   8 Chapter 40: The Future of Science Education 1996
box   12 folder   9 Foreword [to Of Beauty and Consolation] 1996 September 18
box   12 folder   10 Chapter V: Quantum Science Works! 1997 June 4
box   12 folder   11 Prometheus Book Publishers - Author Background Questionnaire 2001 May 11
box   12 folder   12 Portraits of Great American Scientists [BOOK LAUNCH] 2001 November
box   12 folder   13 Science Literacy Book - Epilogue 2002 May 31
box   12 folder   14 Foreword [to The Young Scientists] 2004
box   12 folder   15 Author's Warranty and Transfer of Copyright Agreement for the Book The Use and Evolution of an Audience Response System 2005 May 26
box   12 folder   16 My Hero 2005
box   12 folder   17 The God Particle: Reissue [FOREWORD] 2005 October
box   12 folder   18 New Book [AIMED TO SCIENCE TEACHERS] 2006
box   12 folder   19 Chapter III: The Use and Evolution of an Audience Response System 2006
box   12 folder   20 Untitled Draft 2007 April 9
box   12 folder   21 Foreword [TO DON LINCOLN'S BOOK] 2007 October 30
box   12 folder   22 Symmetry and the Beautiful Universe Book Reviews 2005-2008
box   12 folder   23 New Book with Chris White [Chapter 1] 2009 April
box   12 folder   24 Beyond the God Particle, "Chapter 1" undated
box   12 folder   25 The Discovery of the Upsilon Bottom Quark, and B Mesons [CHAPTER 6] undated
box   12 folder   26 Portraits of Great American Scientists undated
box   12 folder   27 Chapter II: Physics undated
box   12 folder   28 Science, Education, and Science Education [CHAPTER 8] undated
box   12 folder   29 Introduction Draft for Portraits of Great American Scientists undated
box   12 folder   30 The God Particle - Book Cover undated
box   13-17 folder   Books 1994-2000, undated
    SUB-SERIES 3: INTERVIEWS
Throughout his career Lederman participated in a number of interviews and oral history projects. This series contains all of the donated transcripts from the various interviews.
box   18 folder   31 Leon Lederman Interview [TRANSCRIPT] 1990 June 3-4
box   18 folder   32 Roundtable: Science Under Stress [TRANSCRIPT] [PUBLISHED IN PHYSICS TODAY] 1992 February
box   18 folder   33 Weekly Edition - National Public Radio 1993 October 16
box   18 folder   34 Leon Lederman - Big Science's Class Clown Speaks Out on God, the Big Bang and Stonehenge 1994 June
box   18 folder   35 Interview Questions with Responses 1996 February
box   18 folder   36 Leon Lederman 1998 October
box   18 folder   37 Leon Lederman, Ph.D. Interview in Las Vegas 1999 June 22
box   18 folder   38 Interview with Professor Lederman - Fugueira da Foz, Portugal 2000 September
box   18 folder   39 Reference Frame - Revolution in Science Education: Put Physics First! 2001 September
box   18 folder   40 CCR Interview with Leon Lederman 2002 August 12
box   18 folder   41 The Natural Selection - Interview with Nobel Laureate Leon Lederman 2003 September 27
box   18 folder   42 QandA with Nobel Laureate Leon Lederman 2005 July/August
box   18 folder   43 14 Science Questions Combined Answers 2008 July 17
box   18 folder   44 Medical Times - Professor Leon Lederman Interview undated
box   18 folder   45 Omni Magazine - Leon Lederman undated
    SUB-SERIES 4: LECTURES
This sub-series is different from speeches. Sub-series 4 contains educational lecture notes and overhead projector transparencies. Lederman handwrites the majority of documents in this section. Many of the documents in this section are fragments and are undated. Original copies of overhead projection notes are restricted because of preservation issues; photocopies are available for research uses.
box   18 folder   51 Transparencies Sent to S. Wojcicki 1990 October 29, December 4
box   18 folder   52 AAAS Address on Science Education 1992
box   18 folder   53 Academy of Achievement 1992 June 27
box   18 folder   54 Fermilab Topics in Modern Physics Institute 1994 July 20
box   18 folder   55 Japan/DC Talk 1996 February
box   18 folder   56 A New (!) Plan for Science Education 1998 April 13
box   18 folder   57 21st Century Education Lecture at PVCC 2001 April 13
box   18 folder   58 First Page Overhead Sheets for Lectures, Photocopies [RESEARCHER COPIES] 1999-2003
box   18 folder   59 Fixed Target Symposium 2000 June 2
box   18 folder   60 IDA Beam 2000 October 9
box   18 folder   61 APS Board Meeting Presentation 2002 September 20-21
box   18 folder   62 Revolutions in Science; Revolutions in Science Education 2005 September 24
box   18 folder   63 Ground Breaking Week at Dominican University 2006 March 13
box   18 folder   64 Overhead Notes: 50 Years of Neutrino Physics - Puerto Vallarta 2006 November 1
box   19 folder   1 Debating Dr. Atomic - Advancing or Retreating? The Race to be First at Loyola University 2008 January 13
box   19 folder   2 FLC in Portland 2008 May 5
box   19 folder   3 Overheads: Indiana University - Purdue University 2009 April 24
box   19 folder   4 Science Education undated
box   19 folder   5 Three Hour AAAS Symposium: Primary School Science Education undated
box   19 folder   6 What Might Drive the Quest for Higher Energy? undated
box   19 folder   7 God Particle (Back-Up Set) undated
box   19 folder   8 Lecture Notes and Overheads undated
box   19 folder   9 Science Deals with Space - Overhead Projector undated
box   19 folder   10 Communities in Science Policy undated
box   19 folder   11 A Very Partial List of Open Questions in Science undated
box   19 folder   12 Overheads and Notes undated
box   19 folder   13 American Renaissance in Science Education undated
box   19 folder   14 Bj Talk at Fermilab undated
box   19 folder   15 All the Students Must be Motivated undated
box   19 folder   16 Special Ed Transparencies undated
box   19 folder   17 The Particle - Cosmology Union undated
box   19 folder   18 Additon to the EandM Lecture (Notebook) undated
box   19 folder   19 Overhead Notes- Physics First undated
box   19 folder   20 Inner Space Outer Space undated
box   19 folder   21 650 BC Miletus (Ionia) undated
box   19 folder   22 The Failure of Mirror Symmetry in the (Weak Force) Decay of Pions and Muons undated
box   19 folder   23 A Brief History of Electricity and Magnetism undated
box   20-32 folder   Lectures 1985-2007, undated
    SUB-SERIES 5: NOTES
This sub-series contains all of the handwritten notes found throughout the collection. Many of these notes are fragmented, which indicates that the sheets were loose but are clearly written by Lederman. The majority of documents found in this section are undated.
box   19 folder   24 Notebook for Quantum Mechanics Fall 1946 at Columbia University 1946
box   19 folder   25 Strengthening Basic Research in the Public Interest Issues in Education: Moderator's Introduction 2000 December 4
box   19 folder   26 Physics First 2001 April 10
box   19 folder   27 CCD 2002 May 16, undated
box   19 folder   28 Letter of Recommendation for Durga Rajaram 2007
box   19 folder   29 Accelerator Science undated
box   19 folder   30 A Brief History of Electricity and Magnetism undated
box   19 folder   31 A Virtual University for Talented Youth Development of a National Resource Network undated
box   19 folder   32 Chem Book for Evan [Draft] undated
box   19 folder   33 Description of the Proposed Project and Its Objective undated
box   19 folder   34 DOE Funding for High Energy Physics with handwritten notes undated
box   19 folder   35 G. Holton and Gould undated
box   19 folder   36 History of Science in the 20th Century undated
box   19 folder   37 Illiteracy undated
box   19 folder   38 Improvement of Urban Educational System undated
box   19 folder   39 The Influence of Standards Based Reform undated
box   19 folder   40 Jokes and Speech notes (1 of 2) undated
box   19 folder   41 Jokes and Speech notes (2 of 2) undated
box   19 folder   42 Lederman Cartoon undated
box   19 folder   43 NSB Reimbursement notes undated
box   19 folder   44 Physics and Poetry undated
box   19 folder   45 Press - Carter Initiative undated
box   19 folder   46 Quantum Theory and Reality undated
box   19 folder   47 Scientists and 21st Century Science Education with Korean Translation undated
box   19 folder   48 The School Reform Act of 1987 with handwritten notes undated
box   19 folder   49 Science, Science Literacy and Survival undated
box   19 folder   50 The Story of Leon undated
box   19 folder   51 Turtle and Snail undated
box   19 folder   52 Type La SN la - Handwritten undated
box   19 folder   53 What Do You Do Instead? undated
box   19 folder   54 University Support undated
box   19 folder   55 Unpublished Draft with Handwritten Notes undated
box   19 folder   56 Untitled (Issues for Friday AM discussion) undated
box   19 folder   57 Untitled - Fragment 2001 November 14
box   19 folder   58 Untitled - Fragment [undated year] May 29
box   19 folder   59 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   60 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   61 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   62 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   63 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   64 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   65 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   66 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   67 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   68 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   69 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   70 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   71 Untitled - Fragment (contact list) undated
box   19 folder   72 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   73 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   74 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   75 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   76 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   77 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   78 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   79 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   80 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   81 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   82 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   83 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   84 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   85 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   86 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   87 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   88 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   89 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   90 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   91 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   92 Untitled - Fragment undated
box   19 folder   93 Untitled - Legal Pad undated
box   19 folder   94 Untitled - Legal Pad undated
box   19 folder   95 Untitled - Legal Pad undated
box   19 folder   96 Untitled - Legal Pad undated
    SUB-SERIES 6: PROPOSALS
This sub-series contains proposals for various projects written by Leon M. Lederman.
box   19 folder   97 Proposal for Arise Workshop 1997 March 31
box   19 folder   98 Proposal for Arise Workshop 1997 April 8
box   19 folder   99 Proposal to U.S. DOE to Support the Science Education Work of Leon M. Lederman 2009 June 2
box   19 folder   100 RW+NC Proposal Final 2011 May 4
box   19 folder   101 United States Department of Education undated
    SUB-SERIES 7: REPORTS
This sub-series contains reports written by Leon Lederman.
box   33 folder   1 Stated Meeting Report 1983 December
box   33 folder   2 State of the Laboratory 1985
box   33 folder   3 The Fermilab Upgrade 1988 September 25
box   33 folder   4 Moriond, Zagreb and Piza Trip Report 1989 March 12-23
box   33 folder   5 Lezione Del Professor Leon Max Lederman 1989 March 21
box   33 folder   6 Science: The End of the Frontier? 1991 January
box   33 folder   7 CCBS Meeting Report 1994 June 9-11
box   33 folder   8 NYCETD Report on Visit to NYU 1998 November 15-17
box   33 folder   9 Co-Chair Comments - Leon Lederman 2006 November 20
box   33 folder   10 Forum Highlights Report [Draft] 2007 January 2
box   33 folder   11 Report of the NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [Draft 2] 2007 February 8
box   33 folder   12 Report of the NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [Draft 3] 2007 February 10
box   33 folder   13 Report of the NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [Draft 4] 2007 February 23
box   33 folder   14 Report of the NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [Draft 5] 2007 February 23
box   33 folder   15 Report of the NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [Draft 6] 2007 February 28
box   33 folder   16 Report of the NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [Draft 7b] 2008 February 28
box   33 folder   17 Report of the NSB Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [Draft 7c] 2008 February 28
box   33 folder   18 Draft of the Report of the STEM Commission 2007 February 23
box   33 folder   19 Draft Action Plan 2007 March 2
box   33 folder   20 Stem Fact Sheet Revisions 2008 August 4
box   33 folder   21 Science Education [Handwritten Draft] undated
    SUB-SERIES 8: REVIEWS
Leon Lederman reviewed several different articles. Found in this section are the various reviews.
box   33 folder   22 Draft - Physics Today [ROLAND SCHMITT'S ARTICLE] 1991 April 1, July 22
box   33 folder   23 Untitled [PEER REVIEW FOR SEVERAL AUTHORS] 1991 April 26
box   33 folder   24 Untitled [REVIEW OF ROALD HOFFMANN'S ARTICLE] 1991 Summer
box   33 folder   25 Review of "Science, Technology, and Citizenship" 1998 October 21
box   33 folder   26 Review of "The Space Telescope" undated
box   33 folder   27 Book Overview undated
    SUB-SERIES 9: SPEECHES
This sub-series contains all of the speech drafts found throughout the collection. Speeches refer to addresses, commencement speeches, university speeches, and public event speeches.
box   33 folder   28 The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Dedication Address 1974 May 11
box   33 folder   29 Scientific Literacy - Convocation Address at the University of Chicago 1980 March 21
box   33 folder   30 IIT Symposium - Science and America's Competitive Challenge 1983 October 13
box   33 folder   31 Science Teachers 1984 November 27
box   33 folder   32 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science and Math Teaching: Banquet Address 1985 October 23
box   33 folder   33 Antiprotons; Past, Present and Future 1985 November 15
box   33 folder   34 Unification, Grand Unification and the Unity of Physics [2 DIFFERENT COPIES] 1986 January 28
box   33 folder   35 Dormitory Ground-Breaking 1986 August 11
box   33 folder   36 Basic Research and Economic Development 1986 September
box   33 folder   37 Untitled - LML Draft for DOE 1986 October 29
box   33 folder   38 The Role of Large and Small Projects in Federal Science Support for the American Association of Universities 1986 November 18
box   33 folder   39 Newton, Einstein, and Gramm-Rudman circa 1986
box   33 folder   40 Status and Outlook for International Collaboration on Future Accelerators 1987 March
box   33 folder   41 Super Collider - Address to the National Academy of Sciences 1987 April 28
box   33 folder   42 Status and Physics of the Fermilab TEVATRON 1988 May
box   33 folder   43 Illinois Institute of Technology Commencement Address 1987 May 17
box   33 folder   44 Illinois Institute of Technology Commencement Address 1987 June 1
box   33 folder   45 Statement of Leon M. Lederman 1988 March 30
box   33 folder   46 Citizens and Science in the Real World - Commencement Address at Lake Forest College 1988 May 6
box   33 folder   47 Liberal Arts and Liberal Science: Next 75 Years 1988 November 15
box   33 folder   48 Basic Research and Economic Development 1989 February 2
box   33 folder   49 The Two Neutrinos [SONG] 1989 February 17
box   33 folder   50 Testimony of Leon M. Lederman 1989 February 23
box   33 folder   51 Westinghouse Talk 1989 March 9
box   33 folder   52 Testimony of Leon M. Lederman for the Committee on Science Space and Technology 1989 May 2
box   33 folder   53 Testimony of Leon M. Lederman Revision 1989 May 5
box   33 folder   54 Symposium on Precollegiate Science Education - Luncheon Talk at Rutgers University 1989 May 18
box   33 folder   55 Liberal Arts and Liberal Science: Next 75 Years 1989 May 30
box   33 folder   56 Aurora University Commencement Address 1989 June 5
box   33 folder   57 Rush University Commencement Speech 1989 June 10
box   33 folder   58 Chanrge to the Graduating Class of IMSA 1989 June 10
box   33 folder   59 Draft [UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO COMMENCEMENT] 1989 June 11
box   33 folder   60 On the Occasion of the Visit of the President of Brazil 1989 September 28
box   33 folder   61 Fermilab Symposium 1989 October 6
box   33 folder   62 The Longest Road - Math and Science Education Action Conference 1989 October 10
box   33 folder   63 Testimony of Leon M. Lederman - Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources 1989 November 14
box   33 folder   64 Anniversary of the Crerar Library: Science, Science Education and the Library 1989 December 5
box   33 folder   65 Commencement Draft Speech circa 1989
box   33 folder   66 A Solemn Sermon for Scientists - Division of Particles and Fields Dinner Address 1990 January 5
box   33 folder   67 Science Education Lecture 1990 March 21
box   33 folder   68 On the Occasion of the Investiture as a Laureate of the Lincoln Academy 1990 April 21
box   33 folder   69 Hadron Colliders: Quest for Violence 1990 May 5
box   33 folder   70 On the Occasion of the Opening of the Academy for Math and Science Teachers - Illinois Institute of Technology 1990 July 26
box   33 folder   71 IIT Centennial Conference 1990 September 24
box   33 folder   72 Banquet Address INEL Scholastic Tournament 1990 October 12
box   33 folder   73 It's 1990! Do You Know Where Your Future Is? 1990 October 24
box   33 folder   74 Yoshio Nishina Centennial Evolutional Trends in Physical Science - Where Do We Go From Here? 1990 December 5-7
box   33 folder   75 Comments on the Carnegie Commission Task Force Report: A City and Rural Program 1991 February 7
box   33 folder   76 Guest Commentary for Computer World 1991 February 12
box   33 folder   77 Testimony for the Committee on Science Space and Technology 1991 March 20
box   33 folder   78 Testimony of Dr. Leon M. Lederman 1991 April 16
box   33 folder   79 Franklin Medal - Science and Education: Mixture and Metaphor 1991 May 1
box   33 folder   80 Golden Apple Award Remarks 1991 May 13
box   33 folder   81 Basic and Applied Research and Economic Competitiveness 1991 July 18
box   33 folder   82 Waubonsee Community College Talk 1991 August 22
box   33 folder   83 Presentation to L. Tisch, C.B.S. 1991 September 17
box   33 folder   84 Phi Beta Kappa Sidney Hook Memorial Prize Lecture 1991 October 19
box   33 folder   85 Lund 1991 December 4
box   33 folder   86 Science Education: A History of Involvement 1992 January 10
box   33 folder   87 Retiring Address AAAS '92 Meeting in Chicago 1992 February 5
box   33 folder   88 The Advancement of Science 1992 February 9
box   33 folder   89 To Change a City 1992 April 24
box   33 folder   90 International History of Particle Physics Symposium: The Rise of the Standard Model SLAC 1992 June 23-27
box   33 folder   91 Testimony of Leon Lederman for the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources 1992 June 30
box   33 folder   92 Cartegena Manifesto: Pan American Scheince Technology Foundation 1992 August 17-21
box   33 folder   93 Science Literacy at Drury College 1992 October 14
box   33 folder   94 DPF Visionary Talk 1992 November 14
box   33 folder   95 Rulers and Clocks: Instrumentation Since Galileo 1992 December 5
box   33 folder   96 The George Washington University Science Policy Seminar 1993 January 12
box   33 folder   97 On the Occasion of the Fifth IMSA Commencement 1993 June 5
box   33 folder   98 Commencement Address - State University of New York College at Geneseo 1993 May 15
box   33 folder   99 Science Linkages in the Community 1993 May 26
box   33 folder   100 Opening Remarks - 24th International Physics Olympiad 1993 July 11
box   33 folder   101 On the Occasion of Receiving the Enrico Fermi Award 1993 July 29
box   33 folder   102 Alternatives to Creativity: Or What to Do When Nothing Happens 1993 October 30
box   33 folder   103 The Future of Science Education [FINAL COPY] 1994
box   33 folder   104 The Changing Environment for Science: What does it Mean for Scientists and Engineers? 1994 March 2
box   33 folder   105 UCLA Reinventing the Research University Symposium 1994 June 22-23
box   33 folder   106 Reinventing the Research University 1994 July 13
box   33 folder   107 The Seemingly Unending Crisis in Science Education 1994 August 7
box   33 folder   108 The Future of Science Education 1994 December 7
box   33 folder   109 By Leon M. Lederman 1995 January 2
box   33 folder   110 Fermilab: A Story of Profits 1995 May 30
box   33 folder   111 An Adventure at Fermilab: One Out of 1001 Stories 1995 June 12
box   33 folder   112 Scientific Illiteracy: Solidarity Between North and South 1995 June 22
box   33 folder   113 Science Collaboration in the American Continent 1995 June
box   33 folder   114 Flight from Science and Reason 1995 June
box   33 folder   115 Research and Diversity = America's Future 1995 July 7
box   33 folder   116 The Legacy of 20th Century Physics and Prospects for the Next Century 1995 December 5
box   33 folder   117 Science Literact in Washington [DRAFT 3] 1996 May 7
box   33 folder   118 A Strategy for Saving Science 1996 June
box   33 folder   119 The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - Award Remarks 1996 June 22
box   34 folder   1 Science Education and Social Responsibility 1996 July 1
box   34 folder   2 Tokyo Symposium: Public Understanding - Science Literacy for the 21st Century 1996 September 18
box   34 folder   3 From Quarks to the Cosmos: Tools of Discovery 1996 October 8
box   34 folder   4 Alternatives to Creativity: Or What to Do When Nothing Happens 1996 November 6
box   34 folder   5 Untitled speech circa 1996
box   34 folder   6 Science and Law Symposium at IIT 1997
box   34 folder   7 Bethany College Commencement 1997 May 24
box   34 folder   8 Molex Fellows Talk 1997 August
box   34 folder   9 The Electron as the First Fundamental Particle 1997 September 15
box   34 folder   10 Comments from a Scientist 1997 November
box   34 folder   11 Welcome (Changing Conceptions) 1997 December
box   34 folder   12 Sustaining Science in the 21st Century 1997 December 10
box   34 folder   13 David Schramm 1997 December 26
box   34 folder   14 Centenary of the Electron: A Progress Report from Inner Space 1998 February 26
box   34 folder   15 Capacity Building in Science: The World Bank Do on Human Development 1998 March 4
box   34 folder   16 A Working Conference on School Reform - Chicago and Birmingham: A Dialogue for Future Action 1998 May 11
box   34 folder   17 Clark University Commencement Remarks 1998 May 17
box   34 folder   18 The Legacy of 20th Century Physics for Science in the 21st Century 1998 September 14
box   34 folder   19 Science Education K-100 1998 September 23-25
box   34 folder   20 Science and Law 1998 October 8
box   34 folder   21 CORE Press Conference - Washington DC 1998 November 10
box   34 folder   22 Overcoming the Underdevelopment of Learning - AERA Paper 1999 April 23
box   34 folder   23 The Next Generation: Science for All Students 1999 April 25
box   34 folder   24 Physics in the 20th Century - For the Library of Congress 1999 June
box   34 folder   25 World Conference on Science - Draft Statement on Science Education 1999 June 11
box   34 folder   26 The Importance of Science Literacy 1999 July
box   34 folder   27 Commencement Address - Penn State University 1999 August 7
box   34 folder   28 Science in the 21st Century: Issues and Predictions 1999 October
box   34 folder   29 NSS Luncheon Talk: Science and Science Education for the Next Millennium 1999 October 27
box   34 folder   30 From Quarks to the Cosmos - Adapted Presentation 1999 December 7
box   34 folder   31 Leon's List of Prepared Talks - Titles and Abstracts 2000-2003
box   34 folder   32 A Plan, A Strategy for K-12 2000 February 17
box   34 folder   33 NSF 50th - Washington DC (Willard Hotel) [Draft] 2000 April 27
box   34 folder   34 K-12 Education as the Road to Consilient Curricula 2000 June 25
box   34 folder   35 Debate: Science and the General Public 2000 September
box   34 folder   36 Perspective of Physics for the Next Century 2000 September 26
box   34 folder   37 Roosevelt University Commencement Speech 2001 January 20
box   34 folder   38 Science Literacy - NASA Talk at DePaul University 2001 January 27
box   34 folder   39 Abelson Awards Ceremony Remarks 2001 February 17
box   34 folder   40 Preamble/Postscript 2001 March
box   34 folder   41 HEP Sub-Panel Talk 2001 June 12
box   34 folder   42 Junior Achievement Award Dinner at IIT 2001 June 16
box   34 folder   43 PAUSE: On Education 2001 Fall
box   34 folder   44 As Simple as Possible 2001 September 16
box   34 folder   45 Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computers First Commencement 2002 May 25
box   34 folder   46 The Need for Science Savvy 2002 June 17
box   34 folder   47 Learning Development Conference 2002 November 13-15
box   34 folder   48 Stop the Century—We're Not Ready! 2002 December 4
box   34 folder   49 Science: An Overview circa 2002
box   34 folder   50 West Pullman Graduation - Unapproved Draft circa 2002
box   34 folder   51 The Role of Physics in Education at the VIII Interamerican Conference of Physics Education 2003 July 7-13
box   34 folder   52 The Role of Physics in Education 2003 September 26-28
box   34 folder   53 Revolution in High School Science Education - Mexico City 2003 December 5
box   34 folder   54 Santoro's Vision Education and the Internet 2004 February 18
box   34 folder   55 George Washington University ( Statement to the Graduating Class [Draft] 2004 March 10
box   34 folder   56 Florida Institute of Technology Commencement Address 2004 May 1
box   34 folder   57 Introduction Text for Dr. Leon Lederman - Preamble 2005 January
box   34 folder   58 Submicroscopic Natural Needs Megascience 2005 April 19
box   34 folder   59 The Changing Style of Education and Research in the 21st Century 2005 April 23
box   34 folder   60 Physics and Racial Law in Italy Presented at the University of Calabria 2005 September 30
box   34 folder   61 Saturday Morning Physics circa 2005
box   34 folder   62 Introduction text for Dr. Leon Lederman 2006 May
box   34 folder   63 Drafted Letter to the Honorable Samuel Bodman 2006 November
box   34 folder   64 Co-Chair Comments from Leon Lederman 2006 November 20
box   34 folder   65 IMSA Commencement Address [with Drafts] 2007
box   34 folder   66 Preamble 2007 January 7
box   34 folder   67 Loma Linda Talk Transcript with Edits from Leon M. Lederman 2007 April 23
box   34 folder   68 IMSA Commencement Address 2007 May 11
box   34 folder   69 IMSA Commencement 2007 May 21
box   34 folder   70 2007 IMSA Commencement 2007 June 2
box   34 folder   71 Scientists and 21st Century Science Education 2007 August 17
box   34 folder   72 Science Education - The Evolution of a Huge Responsibility 2007 September 5
box   34 folder   73 Introduction by Leon Lederman for Dudley Herschback 2007 September 18
box   34 folder   74 8th Olympiad of the Mind Keynote Address 2007 November 13
box   34 folder   75 Debating Dr. Atomic 2008 January 13
box   34 folder   76 Address to the George Washington University College of Professional Studies Commencement 2008 May 17
box   34 folder   77 Obama Science Advisory Committee 2008 July 23
box   34 folder   78 Draft Remarks of Dr. Lederman 2008 September 15
box   34 folder   79 Keynote Speech 2009 March 5
box   34 folder   80 Public Science Literacy: Essential for Survival 2009 March 18
box   34 folder   81 On the Occasion of the Investiture as a Laureate of the Lincoln Academy 2009 April 21
box   34 folder   82 Remarks for Student Recognition Ceremony 2009 April 29
box   34 folder   83 IIT Investiture Keynote 2009 May 29
box   34 folder   84 City Colleges of New York Commencement 2010
box   34 folder   85 10th IEEF International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies 2010 April 2
box   34 folder   86 City College of New York Commencement Address 2010 May 28
box   34 folder   87 Great Books Chicago Event 2011 April 29
box   34 folder   88 CME Group Foundation - Early Math Education Summit 2011 June 2
box   34 folder   89 A Bill of Responsponsibilities and Rights for Federal Scientists [Draft] undated
box   34 folder   90 Advice - Handwritten Notes undated
box   34 folder   91 L. Lederman Talk at CERN undated
box   34 folder   92 Preamble undated
box   34 folder   93 Teacher Professiona Development Revised undated
box   34 folder   94 Guest Commentary for Laser Focus World undated
box   34 folder   95 Particles and Poverty undated
box   34 folder   96 Preamble for J. Tiomno undated
box   34 folder   97 Thoughts after the 7 Sept - TV: Focus: Education - La Marche du Siecle [French] undated
box   34 folder   98 Twentieth Century Scientists - Introduction Fragment undated
box   34 folder   99 Aspen undated
box   34 folder   100 Where Do We Go from Here? undated
box   34 folder   101 David Schramm undated
box   34 folder   102 Winds of Change - Handwritten Draft undated
box   34 folder   103 Untitled undated
box   34 folder   104 Fragmented Speech Notes undated
box   34 folder   105 Physics and Energy undated
box   34 folder   106 Commencement Draft undated
box   34 folder   107 Morality - Handwritten Draft undated
box   34 folder   108 The Culture of Science - Fragment undated
box   34 folder   109 Retiring Address [Fragment Pages 12-15] undated
box   34 folder   110 On the Threshold of the 21st Century: Comments on Science Education undated
box   34 folder   111 Fragment undated
box   34 folder   112 Science, Education, and Science Education [Speech Transcript] undated
box   34 folder   113 Welcome (Changing Conceptions) undated
box   34 folder   114 Untitled Speech (Handwritten) undated
box   34 folder   115 Untitled Pages 9-13 undated
box   34 folder   116 Untitled Fragment undated
SERIES 3: PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Dates
Professional Organizations contains all of the documentation found in the collection that relates to Lederman’s professional work. This series is broken into four sub-series including; “Fermilab and Department of Energy Records,” “Boards” “Universities,” “K-12 Education,” and “Science Outreach.”
    SUB-SERIES 1: FERMILAB and DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RECORDS
This sub-series contains all of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory documents. Found in this section will be attached letters with official documents.
box   35   Fermilab and DOE Records 1978-1998
box   36   Fermilab and DOE Records 1998-2010, undated
box   37-39   Fermilab and DOE Records 1978-1994
    SUB-SERIES 2: BOARDS
Lederman sat on the board of many foundations. This sub-series contains all of the documents related to the various organizations. Additionally, the files are separated by the different organizations, which include: “The Ball Foundation,” “American Association for the Advancement of Science,” “The National Science Resource Center,” “Bulletin of Atomic Scientist,” “Secretary of Energy Advisory Board,” “Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics,” and the “National Science Teacher’s Association.”
box   40   American Association for the Advancement of Science 1986-1992
box   41   American Association for the Advancement of Science 1992-2011, undated
box   41   American Association of Arts and Science 2008
box   41   American Association of Physics Teachers 1996-2007
box   41   American Physical Society (Part 1) 1996-1999
box   42   American Physical Society (Part 2) 1999-2010, undated
box   42   Ball Foundation 2001-2010
box   42   Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 1996-2007, undated
box   43   Bulletin of Atomic Scientists 2007-2010, undated
box   43   The Board of Governors 1997-1998
box   43   C2ST 1998-2011
box   43   CRDF 2008
box   43   Commission on Future AP Program 2000
box   43   Community of Science 2000
box   43   Concord Consortium 2004-2008, undated
box   43   Congressional Committees 2006
box   43   CASW 2006
box   43   EFNS 1997-1998
box   43   Electronic Industry Alliance (EIA) 2006
box   43   Excellence in Science/Technology Panel 2001
box   43   Federation of American Scientists 2000-2006
box   43   FPS 2009
box   43   Field Museum 2006
box   43   GEM Consortium 1996
box   43   Illinois Coalition 1993-1998
box   43   Illinois Science and Technology Advisory Committee 1998
box   43   International Council for Science 2005
box   43   International Geophysics 1997
box   43   International Symmetry Association 2007
box   43   MUSE Advisory Board 1997
box   44   Museum of Science and Industry 1990-2011
box   45   National Association of Scientists 1991-2010, undated
box   45   National Center on Education and Economy undated
box   45   National Commission of People's Representation of China for UNESCO 1994-1995
box   45   National Commission on High School Senior Year 2001
box   45   National Research Council 1995
box   45   NSRC (National Science Resources Center) 2000-2007
box   45   National Science Board 2005-2007
box   45   National Science Foundation (NSF) 1993-2009, undated
box   45   NSTA (National Science Teachers Association) 1992-2007
box   45   National Science and Technology Education Partnership (NSTEP) 2005
box   45   Nobel Foundation 1988-2010
box   45   North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 2005
box   45   New York Academy of Science 2003
box   46   New York Collaborative 1997-1998
box   46   Pan AM Association for Physics 1996
box   46   Physics Advisory Committee 1990
box   46   PROM/SE 2007
box   46   Research! America undated
box   46   SAM Advisory Board 2008
box   46   Science Chicago 2008
box   46   Science Coalition 1996
box   46   Science Storm Advisory Committee 2006-2007
box   46   SEAB (Part 1) 1991-2002
box   46   SEAB (Part 2) 2002-2003
box   46   Science Net Links 1998-2000
box   46   STEM 2006
box   46   Society for Science and Public Home 2008
box   46   SSI 2007-2008
box   46   Stanley Foundation 2007
box   46   Technology and Job Agenda 1994-2007
box   46   UCS 2006-2009
box   46   URA 1997-2010, undated
box   46   UEC 2007,
box   46   Weizmann Institute of Science 2000-2006
box   46   Wolf Foundation undated
box   46   Would Jewish Academy of Science 2003
box   46   Unknown 2006-2009
box   48-71   Board meetings and organizations 1977-2009
    SUB-SERIES 3: UNIVERSITIES
Throughout his career Leon Lederman worked as a Professor of Physics at numerous universities and colleges, including Columbia University, the University of Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, the City College of New York, Dominican University, and College of DuPage. This sub-series contains records related to Lederman's work with these, other universities, and associations of universities. Lederman has 68 honorary doctorate degrees from universities throughout the world. However, the physical diplomas will be found in Series 11: Memorabilia.
box   72   City Colleges of New York 1996-2010
box   72   Columbia Unviersity 2005
box   72   Dominican University 2003-2006, undated
box   72   Illinois Institute of Technology (Part 1) 1990-2002
box   73   Illinois Institute of Technology (Part 2) 2003-2010, undated
box   73   MIT 2006
box   73   Michigan State University 2009
box   73   Northeastern University 1997
box   73   Princeton University 1998
box   73   University of Chicago 1983-2009, undated
box   73   University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1998
box   73   Vanderbilt University 1998
box   73   Waubonsee Community College 1998
box   73   Universities Research Association 2001-2010
box   74-77   IIT, Dominican, University of Chicago 1987-2007
    SUB-SERIES 4: K-12 EDUCATION
Lederman worked to promote science and math education at the K-12 level. This sub-series is broken down by subject files, which include "Illinois Math and Science Academy" (IMSA), "Physics First," "Teacher’s Academy of Math and Science" (TAMS).
box   78   ARISE (American Renaissance in Science Education) 1995-2000, undated
box   78   Concord Consortium 2007
box   78   IMSA (Part 1) 1982-1986
box   79   IMSA (Part 2) 1986-1990
box   80   IMSA (Part 3) 1990-1996
box   81   IMSA (Part 4) 1997-2000
box   82   IMSA (Part 5) 2000-2006
box   83   IMSA (Part 6) 2006-2010, undated
box   84   InStep 2004-2005
box   84   Physics First 1971-2007, undated
box   84   STEM 1990-2001
box   84   TAMS (Part 1) 1990-2001
box   85   TAMS (Part 2) 2000-2009, undated
box   86-91   IMSA, TAMS, Arise, and Physics First 1989-2008
    SUB-SERIES 5: SCIENCE OUTREACH
This sub-series contains all of the science outreach programs Lederman was affiliated with. In this section are documents related to Grale, a science-based television program. Also in this section are records pertaining to the White House Fellowship Program.
box   92   Grale, White House Fellowship 1985-2012
box   93   Grale 1985-1986
SERIES 4: EXPERIMENTS Dates
This series contains experiment data found within the collection. The experiments found in the collection were done during Lederman’s time as an experimental physicist.
box   94   E70, ER 20.1, E871 1989-1997
box   95   E789, E871 1993-1996
SERIES 5: CORRESPONDENCE Dates
This series contains all of the general correspondence sent and received by Leon M. Lederman. The materials are organized alphabetically by last name of the sender. Original order was maintained whenever possible to keep correspondence with the original folder titles. However, a large majority of the correspondence in the collection was loose and was sorted in alphabetical sections. Some correspondence in the collection will be found in other series and sub-series if attached to various working documents. For example, correspondence attached to book or article drafts will be found in the manuscript section in the appropriate sub-series.
box   96   Correspondence A-B 1960-2011
box   97   Correspondence B-C 1960-2011
box   98   Correspondence C-F 1960-2011
box   99   Correspondence F-H 1960-2011
box   100   Correspondence H-J 1960-2011
box   101   Correspondence K-M 1960-2011
box   102   Correspondence from Leon M Lederman 1960-2011
box   103   Correspondence from Leon M Lederman 1960-2011
box   104   Correspondence from Leon M Lederman 1960-2011
box   105   Correspondence M-N 1960-2011
box   106   Correspondence O-P 1960-2011
box   107   Correspondence P-S 1960-2011
box   108   Correspondence S-U 1960-2011
box   109   Correspondence V-Z 1960-2011
box   110-138   Correspondence 1988-2004, undated
SERIES 6: CALENDARS Dates
This series contains Lederman’s calendar of events. Found in this series are both events that were attended, cancelled events, travel itineraries, and invitations. This series is organized in chronological order.
box   139   Calendars 1989-2004
box   140   Calendars 2004-2005
box   141   Calendars 2005-2006
box   142   Calendars 2006
box   143   Calendars 2006-2007
box   144   Calendars 2007
box   145   Calendars 2007-2008
box   146   Calendars 2008
box   147   Calendars 2009
box   148   Calendars 2009-2012, undated
box   149-166   Calendars 1984-2001
SERIES 7: RESEARCH FILES Dates
This series contains academic materials within the collection not created by Leon M. Lederman. This series is organized by subject type: “Articles,” “Books,” “Journals,” “Presentations,” “Reports,” and “Speeches.” This section is organized in chronological order within each subject type.
box   167   Academic Articles 1888 - 1997 March 17
box   168   Academic Articles 1997 May - 2003 May
box   169   Academic Articles and Books 2003 May-2009 August 4 undated
box   170   Journals, Presentations, Reports, Speeches 1985-2009, undated
box   171   Academic Articles 1980-1988
SERIES 8: AWARDS Dates
This series is broken down into three sub-series, “Awards,” “Nominations,” and “Honorary Doctorates.” Lederman was nominated for many awards throughout his career. He also nominated others to receive awards in the fields of physics and chemistry. This series specifically contains all of the paper documents regarding awards and nominations. The physical awards and diplomas will be found in Series 11: Memorabilia. All awards and nominations will be organized in chronological order.
box   172 folder   1 Alvin V. Tollestrup for the Wolf Foundation Prize in Physics 1996
box   172 folder   2 Robert R. Wilson Nomination for the Award of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics 1997
box   172 folder   3 Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Nobel Committee for Physics 1997
box   172 folder   4 Daniel Kaplan for Nomination for Fellowship with the American Physical Society 1997
box   172 folder   5 Wolf Foundation Award Booklet 1997 March
box   172 folder   6 Susan Solomon for the Weizmann Institute of Science 1998
box   172 folder   7 The Harvey Prize Fund- Alvin Tollestrup 1998 September 28
box   172 folder   8 Lederman Nomination 1998-2002
box   172 folder   9 Request for Nomination - Blue Planet Prize 1999
box   172 folder   10 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize,' 2000
box   172 folder   11 Nobel Prize Nomination Forms 2001-2006
box   172 folder   12 Weizmann Women and Science Nomination Application - Dr. Thelma Estrin 2002
box   172 folder   13 Dr. Maria Spiropolu for the Prize for Promise 2002 March 12
box   172 folder   14 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2002 August 26
box   172 folder   15 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2003
box   172 folder   16 Participation Diploma from the University of Habana and the Society of Physics in Cuba 2003 June 7-11
box   172 folder   17 National Academy of Science Proposal for Nomination 2003 August 31
box   172 folder   18 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2004
box   172 folder   19 L'Oreal Unesco Awards for Women in Science 2004
box   172 folder   20 Lisa Randall for Weizmann Women in Science Award 2006
box   172 folder   21 The Award of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics 2006
box   172 folder   22 Nobel Nomination for the Prize in Physics 2006
box   172 folder   23 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2006
box   173 folder   1 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2007
box   173 folder   2 Dr. Lawrence Krauss for the Templeton Prize for Progress towards Research or Discoveries about Spiritual Realities 2007
box   173 folder   3 Helen T. Edwards 2007
box   173 folder   4 Ethics Training Program for the State Employees - Certificate of Completion 2007 April 11
box   173 folder   5 Richard Garwin for Sakharov Prize of the APS 2007 June 24
box   173 folder   6 Request for Nomination for the 2007 Kyoto Prize in Basic Science 2007
box   173 folder   7 To my very Special 2006 Weizmann Women and Science Nominating Committee 2007 January 1
box   173 folder   8 Burton Richter for the Enrico Fermi Award 2008
box   173 folder   9 Dr. Wendy Freedman for the Bower Award 2008
box   173 folder   10 Selection Committee - Excellence in Physics Education Award - Majorie G. Bardeen 2008 June 16
box   173 folder   11 The Fermilab Education Office for the APS - Excellence in Physics Education Award - Majorie G. Bardeen 2009
box   173 folder   12 John J. Carty Award for the Advancement of Science - Andre K. Geim, David Pines, Marlan O. Scully, and H. Eugene Stanley 2009
box   173 folder   13 Burton Richter for National Medal of Science 2010
box   173 folder   14 IMSA Oscar for Best Male Performer in a Short Film - Leon Lederman undated
box   173 folder   15 Dean's Award for Distinguishing Achievement at GSAS Convocation undated
SERIES 9: PHOTOGRAPHS Dates
This series contains all of the photographs donated in the collection. The photographs remain in their original order as donated.
box   172 folder   1 Alvin V. Tollestrup for the Wolf Foundation Prize in Physics 1996
box   172 folder   2 Robert R. Wilson Nomination for the Award of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics 1997
box   172 folder   3 Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Nobel Committee for Physics 1997
box   172 folder   4 Daniel Kaplan for Nomination for Fellowship with the American Physical Society 1997
box   172 folder   5 Wolf Foundation Award Booklet 1997 March
box   172 folder   6 Susan Solomon for the Weizmann Institute of Science 1998
box   172 folder   7 The Harvey Prize Fund- Alvin Tollestrup 1998 September 28
box   172 folder   8 Lederman Nomination 1998-2002
box   172 folder   9 Request for Nomination - Blue Planet Prize 1999
box   172 folder   10 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize,' 2000
box   172 folder   11 Nobel Prize Nomination Forms 2001-2006
box   172 folder   12 Weizmann Women and Science Nomination Application - Dr. Thelma Estrin 2002
box   172 folder   13 Dr. Maria Spiropolu for the Prize for Promise 2002 March 12
box   172 folder   14 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2002 August 26
box   172 folder   15 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2003
box   172 folder   16 Participation Diploma from the University of Habana and the Society of Physics in Cuba 2003 June 7-11
box   172 folder   17 National Academy of Science Proposal for Nomination 2003 August 31
box   172 folder   18 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2004
box   172 folder   19 L'Oreal Unesco Awards for Women in Science 2004
box   172 folder   20 Lisa Randall for Weizmann Women in Science Award 2006
box   172 folder   21 The Award of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics 2006
box   172 folder   22 Nobel Nomination for the Prize in Physics 2006
box   172 folder   23 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2006
box   173 folder   1 James D. Bjorken for the 'Wolf Foundation Prize' in physics 2007
box   173 folder   2 Dr. Lawrence Krauss for the Templeton Prize for Progress towards Research or Discoveries about Spiritual Realities 2007
box   173 folder   3 Helen T. Edwards 2007
box   173 folder   4 Ethics Training Program for the State Employees - Certificate of Completion 2007 April 11
box   173 folder   5 Richard Garwin for Sakharov Prize of the APS 2007 June 24
box   173 folder   6 Request for Nomination for the 2007 Kyoto Prize in Basic Science 2007
box   173 folder   7 To my very Special 2006 Weizmann Women and Science Nominating Committee 2007 January 1
box   173 folder   8 Burton Richter for the Enrico Fermi Award 2008
box   173 folder   9 Dr. Wendy Freedman for the Bower Award 2008
box   173 folder   10 Selection Committee - Excellence in Physics Education Award - Majorie G. Bardeen 2008 June 16
box   173 folder   11 The Fermilab Education Office for the APS - Excellence in Physics Education Award - Majorie G. Bardeen 2009
box   173 folder   12 John J. Carty Award for the Advancement of Science - Andre K. Geim, David Pines, Marlan O. Scully, and H. Eugene Stanley 2009
box   173 folder   13 Burton Richter for National Medal of Science 2010
box   173 folder   14 IMSA Oscar for Best Male Performer in a Short Film - Leon Lederman undated
box   173 folder   15 Dean's Award for Distinguishing Achievement at GSAS Convocation undated
box   174   Loose Photographs undated
SERIES 10: MEMORABILIA Dates
This series contains all of the memorabilia within the collection. The majority of items donated are awards and plaques. The physical diplomas awarded to Lederman are also found in this series.
box   175-187   Physical Awards, diplomas, posters 1943-2010, undated
SERIES 11: AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIAL Dates
This series contains all of the audio-visual material, including VHS tapes, audiotapes, and computer zip drives.
box   188-192   VHS tapes, Audio tapes, Computer zip drives 1980-2004
SERIES 12: INFORMATIONAL RECORDS Dates
Informational Records contains all of the secondary informational resources found in the collection. All of the materials found in this section are articles, booklets, brochures, fliers, Internet printouts, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and notices.
box   193   Articles, Bibliographies, Biographies, Book, Booklets, Brochures, Flyers, Internet articles 1980-2011
box   194   Internet articles, Journals, Manuals, Newsletters 1980-2011
box   195   Newsletters, Newspapers 1980-2011
box   196   Newspapers 1980-2011
box   197   Newspapers, Notices, Presentations, Press Releases Reports 1980-2011
box   198-200   Newspaper Clippings 1984-1998