Authorised form of nameButler; Sir; Clifford Charles (1922 - 1999)
Dates1922 - 1999
Date of birth20/05/1922
Date of death19/06/1999
Kt 1983
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election16/03/1961
Age at election38
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2001 vol 47 pp 39-54, plate, by Ian Butterworth FRS
Clifford Butler, 'Recollections of Patrick Blackett 1945-70' in NR 1999 vol 53 pp 143-156
Royal Society codeNA3235
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PB/2/2/10/3/2Correspondence from Clifford Butler, writing from America with reports of cloud chamber experiments by research teams there.October 1951-October 1952
PB/9/2/3/11/8Personal references and appointments: G
PB/9/1/85Correspondence with The Nuffield Foundation1962-1972
PB/9/2/3/11/9Personal references and appointments: G
EC/1961/05Butler, Clifford Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society16 March 1961
HWT/40/11Correspondence regarding representation of IUPAP on ICSU Executive Committee and ICSU Progress ReportJanuary - March 1964
PB/9/1/101/7Royal Society correspondence1968
HWT/41/3/5Continuing correspondence regarding membershipJanuary - July 1967
HWT/41/3/3Correspondence regarding reorganisation of the Triple CommissionSeptember - December 1965
PB/1/18/4Short notes and correspondence re Blackett's service at Imperial College1965-1968
PB/9/1/101/9Royal Society correspondence1969
PB/1/33/5/1Order of Merit1967
PB/2/2/10/3/3Correspondence from Keith H Barker, A Newth and Clifford Butler (all writing from Manchester to Blackett in Rome), re future work of Pic du Midi group.December 1952-January 1953
PB/2/2/10/2/5Correspondence with Clifford Butler in Manchester re V-particle decaysSeptember-December 1950
IM/GA/WRS/8860Butler, Sir Clifford Charlesnd
PB/6/2/3/2Department of Education and Science Advisory Council on Scientific Policy1963-1964
PB/1/33/3/1Companion of Honour1965
PB/5/4/7/1Correspondence, notes and memoranda.1965-1969
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