Record

Reference numberPB/6/2/1/3/1
Previous numbersF.11
LevelItem
TitleCorrespondence with members of the Committee and other interested parties, 1945-1946
DateAugust 1945-March 1946
DescriptionIncludes Blackett's letter as President, Association of Scientific Workers, to Herbert Morrison (then Lord President of the Council) urging the setting-up of a Committee on the organisation of science and education, August 1945, committee and discussion papers and miscellaneous papers relating to a Two-Day Conference on Industry and Research, March 1946, organised by the Federation of British Industries.

See E.1-E.23 for other material on Blackett's lng connection with the Association of Scientific Workers.

Correspondents include: Reinet Fremlin, David Pye, Campbell Secord, JSB Stopford (Lord Stopford of Fallowfield), Stephen Taylor,
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA1120Pye; Sir; David Randall (1886 - 1960)1886 - 1960
NA5195Stopford; John Sebastian Bach (1888 - 1961); Baron Stopford of Fallowfield1888 - 1961
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