Reference numberPB/6/2/4/2
Previous numbersF.27
TitleFolder inscribed 'Royal Society Evidence to Trend Committee'
DescriptionDuplicated copies of views on organisation of civil science, sought from Fellows of the Royal Society and submitted to CF Powell as Chairman of Physics Sub-Committee. The documents were sent to Blackett with a covering letter, 9 October 1962.

From: Leslie Fleetwood Bates, John Desmond Bernal, Sir Lawrence Bragg, WE Burcham, JM Cassels, Sir John Cockcroft, Charles Coulson, Brian Flowers, Nicholas Kurit, K Lonsdale, AB Pippard and OG Sutton.

Many are annotated by Blackett.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6050Bates; Leslie Fleetwood (1897 - 1978)1897 - 1978
NA8040Bernal; John Desmond (1901 - 1971)1901 - 1971
NA8141Bragg; Sir; William Lawrence (1890 - 1971)1890 - 1971
NA8174Cockcroft; Sir; John Douglas (1897 - 1967); physicist1897 - 1967
NA2234Coulson; Charles Alfred (1910 - 1974)1910 - 1974
NA7120Flowers; Brian Hilton (1924 - 2010); Baron Flowers of Queen's Gate in the City of Westminster1924 - 2010
NA3415Sutton; Sir; Oliver Graham (1903 - 1977)1903 - 1977
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