This database contains finding aids for some of the collections the Fermilab History and Archives Project. These aids provide information about the context within which each collection was created and a detailed inventory of their contents. Creating finding aids for the holdings of the Fermilab History and Archives Project is an ongoing task, and only a small portion of the collections are described here. For further information about a collection, or to inquire about materials that are not described here, please contact the Fermilab Archivist.Browse all Finding Aids
- Atac, Muzaffer; Papers 1961-2008
Muzaffer Atac was a physicist who worked for Fermilab from 1968 until 2008. He was a member of the Fermilab CDF and CERN CMS experiments, and his most significant work was in instrumentation.
- Bennett, Captain Bradley F. (URA Vice President for Administration, 1967-1977) Papers 1963-1988
Captain Bradley F. Bennett was Universities Research Association Vice President for Administration from 1967 to 1977. The collection includes materials on Fermilab and URA collected by Bennett.
- Elioff, Tom Collection on the SSC 1991-1993
Tom Elioff's collection of the daily compilation of press reports on the Superconducting Super Collider assembled by the SSC Library and Office of External Affairs.
- Fermilab. Art Gallery Curator; Records 1975-2005
The Fermilab Art Gallery Curator organizes several art exhibits a year in the second floor Art Gallery of Wilson Hall and elsewhere on the Fermilab site.
- Fermilab. Arts and Lecture Series / Auditorium Committee; Records 1971-2005
The Fermilab Auditorium Committee, which was established in 1973, organizes the Arts and Lecture Series. The Arts and Lecture Series brings a variety of performers and speakers to Fermilab's Ramsey Auditorium each year, and these events are open to the public.
- Fermilab. Fermilab History and Archives Project Collection on Fermilab Prehistory 1948-1992
Materials on the prehistory of Fermilab collected by the Fermilab History and Archives Project.
- Fermilab. Computing Division. Publications 1973-1996
Publications, including newsletters, manuals, and other guides, produced by the Fermilab Computing Division and its predecessors.
Goldwasser, Edwin L.; Papers 1968-1978.
Edwin L. Goldwasser was Fermilab's deputy director from 1967 to 1978.
Gonzales, Angela; Papers, 1967-1999
Angela Gonzales served as Fermilab's artist from 1967 until 1998. She created covers for publications, posters for events, signs, logos, and other materials for the lab.
- Lederman, Leon; Papers 1888-2012 (bulk 1980-2012)
Leon Max Lederman served as Fermilab's director from 1979 to 1989, won the Nobel Prize in physics in 1988 for his work with neutrinos, and was a member of the NAL experiment that discovered the bottom quark, among many other accomplishments. He was also active in science education and outreach. This collection reflects Lederman's work as a physicist, administrator, and educator.
- Linsley, John; Papers c.1946-2002
John Linsley was a physicist who performed ground-breaking research on cosmic rays. He did his most significant work using an array of detectors at Volcano Ranch in New Mexico from 1959 to 1978.
- Ritchie, David; Papers 1962-2011
David Ritchie worked in Fermilab Computing from 1971 until 2011.
- Universities Research Association Publications, 1966-2003
The Universities Research Association formed in 1965 to manage the National Accelerator Laboratory. The publications consist of annual reports.