Hampton L. Carson Papers

Mss.Ms.Coll.83

Date: 1921-2004 | Size: 59 Linear feet

Abstract

The population geneticist Hampton L. Carson spent the major part of his career at Washington University (1949-1963) and the University of Hawaii (1963-1985) investigating the cytogenetics and evolution of Drosophila. As one of the major figures in the Hawaii Drosophila project, he made particularly important contributions to the study of speciation and selective and non-selective evolutionary mechanisms.

The Carson Papers (1921-1993) contain correspondence, subject files, manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Carson, papers by colleagues and students, research notes, course materials, photographs, and biographical information, which documents Carson's career as an evolutionary geneticist. The collection is organized into nine series.

Background note

Early years: Hampton Lawrence Carson was born into a distinguished Philadelphia scientific family on November 5, 1914. He is best known as a population geneticist who made substantial contributions to the Drosophila research community. Carson studied zoology at the University of Pennsylvania, where his great-grandfather, Joseph Carson had been a professor of botany. The younger Carson earned his AB under Robert Miller Stabler in 1936, and his PhD in 1943. His dissertation on the cytogenetics of dark-winged fungus gnats, "An Analysis of Natural Chromosome Variability in Sciara impatiens" was well received and was published a year later in the Journal of Morphology. According to Theodosius Dobzhansky, this work provided "definitive cytological proof of the chromosomal situations produced by crossing over in inversion heterozygotes."1

Academic career: Carson joined the faculty of Washington University in 1943, and rose from assistant professor in 1949 to professor in 1956. In 1951, he was appointed visiting professor of biology at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil and served as a Fulbright Research Scholar in zoology at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Carson began his association with the University of Hawaii in the summers of 1963 to 1967 as a visiting professor and participant in the Hawaiian Drosophila Project, a cooperative venture between the Universities of Texas and Hawaii, which had been initiated by Elmo Hardy and Wilson Stone in 1963 to study Hawaii's 600 unique drosophilid species. In 1970 Carson was appointed Manoa Genetics Professor in the Department of Entomology at Hawaii, where he continued until his retirement in 1985.

Scientific research: Shortly after completing his dissertation, Carson struck up a fruitful collaboration with Harrison Stalker on Drosophila robusta (see Ms. Coll. 23), and from that point on, devoted much of his scientific attention to Drosophila and to elucidating fundamental questions of selection, reproductive isolation, and speciation. Through a careful series of comparative genetic analyses of populations in New Guinea, Australia, the West Indies, Brazil, and many parts of North America, he developed the concepts of heteroselection and homoselection, but his best known research came through the Hawaiian Drosophila Project. After studying the population genetics of eight species endemic to the Hawaiian islands, Carson proposed that speciation in the island chain was tied to the formation of new islands, with new species being slightly different than those in the nearest island, and progressively more different than those in more distant islands.2 Carson also contributed to the empirical study of effects and quantum selection.

Professional activities: A prolific writer, Carson published over 300 papers between 1934 and 2002 in journals such as Evolution, Genetics, and American Naturalist. He was active in professional societies, serving terms as president of the Society for the Study of Evolution (1971) and the American Society of Naturalists (1973). In 1979 he was elected a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and in 1985 he won the Leidy Medal for his work with the Hawaiian Drosophila Project. The International Symposium on Genetics, Speciation and the Founder Principle was held in his honor in June 1985, resulting in a festschrift, Genetics, Speciation and the Founder Principle (Oxford Press, 1994). Carson also made contributions to the Drosophila research community through reviewing an impressive number of scientific papers and grant proposals -- formally as a peer reviewer and informally as a colleague -- as well as serving as a sought-after scientific expert, speaker, mentor, and wise confidente to countless organizations, allied professionals, colleagues, students, and members of his community (especially in his later years, as an environmental advocate).

Legacy: Given Carson's considerable expertise, commitment, and deep involvement with population genetics well after his retirement in 1985, he made a lasting impact in the discipline and influenced generations of geneticists. He passed away in 2004 and was thus remembered by his long-time collaborator, UH-M lab mate and friend, Kenneth Y. Kaneshiro: "His work on the speciation and evolution of the Hawaiian Drosophila has been cited extensively and is considered one of the supreme examples of multidisciplinary research. He was instrumental in bringing together a team of experts in the fields of systematics and taxonomy, genetics, ecology, behavior, physiology, botany, geology, biochemistry, and molecular biology to understand the speciation processes within one of the most remarkable group of organisms in the Hawaiian Archipelago. He has made major contributions in each of these areas either by his own work or by bringing to light the relevant work of others. He has moved from one area to another as the need for new approaches arose, and generously encouraged the participation of colleagues with new and appropriate skills."

References

K. Kaneshiro. Journal of Heredity, "Hampton L. Carson (1914–2004)," 2005. https://academic.oup.com/jhered/article/96/3/285/2187650

Alan R. Templeton. National Academy of Sciences, "Hampton Lawrence Carson: A Biographical Memoir," 2011. http://www.nasonline.org/publications/biographical-memoirs/memoir-pdfs/carson-hampton-l.pdf)

Susan Anderson Laquer. American Philosophical Society, "Hampton Carson and His Scientific Network, Part I," 2019. https://www.amphilsoc.org/blog/hampton-carson-and-his-scientific-network

Susan Anderson Laquer. American Philosophical Society, "Hampton Carson and His Scientific Network, Part II," 2020. https://www.amphilsoc.org/blog/hampton-carson-and-his-scientific-network-part-ii .

Scope and content

The Hampton Lawrence Carson Papers (1921-2004) contain correspondence, subject files, manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Carson, papers by colleagues and students, research notes by Carson, course materials, photographs, and biographical information, which document Carson's career as an evolutionary geneticist.

Oversized materials follow the same series arrangement as noted above. Cross referencing to oversized material appears on the folders in the standard-sized boxes. Cross references appear in the original series. For the first accrual, reprints have been moved to the printed materials collection of the APS library. If a reprint was found as an enclosure, a photocopy of the title page was filed in its place. To retrieve reprints, consult the card catalog for printed materials.

The papers (112 boxes; 59 linear feet) are divided into nine series:

Series I. Correspondence 1944-2004 15.5 linear feet
Series II. Subject files 1951-2004 5.5 linear feet
Series III. Works by Carson 1948-2004 7 linear feet
Series IV. Works by others 1949-2003 2.5 linear feet
Series V. Research notes 1921-1999 17 linear feet
Series VI. Course materials 1943-2004 3 linear feet
Series VII. Biographical materials 1956-2003 2.5 linear feet

Collection Information

Provenance

The Carson Papers were donated to the APS Library by Hampton Lawrence Carson in 1994 (accn. no. 1994-631ms.) and subsequently in 1997, 1999, 2003, and 2004.

Accruals:

Accruals from 1997, 1999, 2003, and 2004 have been processed and added to the collection.

Preferred citation

Cite as: Hampton L. Carson Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Catalogued by Jan S. Ballard, 1994; rewritten and encoded by Robert S. Cox in 2004. Newer accessions were processed and added to the collection by Susan A. Laquer, as well as reprocessing older material to harmonize with more recent accruals and current standards.

Finding aid version:
October 2020

Separated material

One linear foot of mounted photographs illustrating Drosophila chromosomes from accession M2003-29 were transferred to the Harrison Dailey Stalker Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.23), as per Carson's wishes.

Date of transfer: 10/22/2020 by Susan Laquer

Related material

Luther Val Giddings, Kenneth Y. Kaneshiro, and Wyatt W. Anderson, Genetics, Speciation, and the Founder Principle (New York: Oxford, 1989). Call no.: 575.1 G36g.

General note

Missing Title
  1. Dobzhansky, Nomination of Hampton Carson to the National Academy of Sciences. Ser. II. National Academy of Sciences.
  2. New York Times, July 5, 1978; see Series II, Clippings

Genetics Note

AuthorFormatDate
Dobzhansky, TheodosiusCorrespondence (15 items)1955-1975
EvolutionCorrespondence (2 folders)1971-1986
Evolutionary Processes and Theory WorkshopCorrespondence (2 folders)1984-1985
Evolutionary TheoryCorrespondence (2 items)1983
Genetic Microdifferentiation in Human and Other Animal Populations International SymposiumCorrespondence (2 folders)1983-1986
GeneticsRecords (26 items)1974-1983
Genetics Society of AmericaRecords (2 folders)1976-1983
International Congress of GeneticsRecords (2 folders)1973-1983
Mayr, ErnstCorrespondence (7 items)1978-1986
National Drosophila Research ConferenceRecords (2 folders)1978-1984
Provine, William B.Correspondence (2 items)1983
Society for the Study of EvolutionRecords (2 folders)1946-1978
Stalker, Harrison DaileyCorrespondence (5 items)1967, 1978
Templeton, Alan RobertCorrespondence (60 items)1970-1984
University of HawaiiRecords (7 folders)1970-1985
Wallace, BruceCorrespondence (3 items)1973-1983
Wheeler, Marshall R.Correspondence (2 folders)1952-1992

General note

During processing, the collection was re-foldered and re-housed in acid-free folders and boxes. Metal fasteners were removed and replaced with plastic clips when necessary. A separate listing of torn or severely deteriorated manuscripts and manuscripts that need to have glue and tape removed has been compiled by series and submitted to the Conservation Department.

All newspaper clippings were photocopied onto acid-free paper; the original clippings were then discarded. Other brittle or torn items were also photocopied, and when considered valuable, were retained. Photographs have been interleaved with non-buffered, acid-free paper.

Indexing Terms


Corporate Name(s)

  • University of Hawaii. Department of Genetics

Genre(s)

  • Lecture notes
  • Photographs

Personal Name(s)

  • Carson, Hampton L. (Hampton Lawrence), 1914-2004
  • Dobzhansky, Theodosius Grigorievich, 1900-1975
  • Futuyma, Douglas J.
  • Giddings, Luther Val
  • Gressitt, J. Linsley
  • Heed, William B.
  • Heftel, Cecil
  • Manning, Raymond
  • Mayr, Ernst, 1904-2005
  • Nevo, Evitar
  • Okada, Toyohi
  • Pipkin, Sarah B.
  • Powell, Jeffrey R.
  • Provine, William B.
  • Stalker, Harrison D. (Harrison Dailey), 1915-1982
  • Stone, Wilson Stuart, 1907-1968
  • Templeton, Alan Robert
  • Val, Francisca Carolina do
  • Wasserman, Marvin
  • Wheeler, Marshall
  • White, M. J. D.
  • Whiting, Phineas W. (Phineas Westcott)
  • Yoon, Jong Sik

Subject(s)

  • Drosophila -- Genetics
  • Evolution (Biology)
  • Founder effect
  • Genetics
  • Natural selection
  • Population biology
  • Speciation (Biology)

Collection overview

1944-200415.5 linear feet. 31 boxes (#1-31)

Incoming and outgoing handwritten and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, photographs, manuscript drafts, printed material, ephemera, and postcards generated and collected during Carson's career. The bulk of this series covers the 1960s to the 1990s.

Correspondents include professional colleagues, students, politicians, and publishers. Files for Alan R. Templeton, a population geneticist who was Carson's student, and Marshall Wheeler, a colleague on the Hawaiian Drosophila Project, contain a significant amount of professional correspondence. Med-fly eradication in Hawaii is the subject of most of the correspondence with members of Congress.

Carson and his peers frequently traded manuscript drafts and reprints in the course of communicating with each other, both informally (for advice, mentorship, and/or FYI basis) and formally (as editor, peer reviewer, and/or referee to a publisher). To acknowledge this method of sharing information -- and how Carson associated works-in-progress with authors -- the later accrual has been kept correspondence and drafts together to preserve Carson's method of working and organizing his documentation.

With the 1994 accession, enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III (Works by Carson) or Series IV (Works by Others) as appropriate. As with reprints, a photocopy of the title page wwas filed with the original letter (cross-references have been provided).

With 1997 accession, correspondence with other material types have been kept together holistically, and filed with the series that reflects the primary focus of the content (or what a researcher will likely look for when they search). If the gist of the documentation is a collegial conversation, then look in Correspondence. If a written piece is of interest, then look in one of the Works series. Related materials in other formats will likely be in the same folder(s), unless otherwise noted in a "See also" reference.

However, since the collection was cataloged in two phases and Carson's papers were fragmented through multiple donations, some related materials may be filed in more than one place. If a researcher is interested in getting a complete picture, then check both the Correspondence and Works series, in case something fell between the cracks and was filed in another section.

Finally, letters of reference and recommendation are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

1951-20045.5 linear feet. 11 boxes (#32-42)

This series is made up of three sections: the first subseries consists of subjects that were of general interest to Carson, but not directly related to his scientific research (which is filed under Series V. Research notes).

The second subseries relates to the professional organizations that Carson belonged to.

The third series relates to the conferences, symposia, and congresses that Carson attended and/or participated in.

Files are arranged alphabetically by title, depending on the nature of the subseries, and items within folders are arranged chronologically. The bulk of the material is dated between the 1960s and 1990s.

  

Because of the general nature of this subseries, these subject files have multiple authors amd themes represented. The most predominant have been noted with "See also" references. Correspondence, printed material, clippings, ephemera, and non-professional research files are included here.

These records relate to Carson's activities that happened outside of his academic/professional life, but still drew on his scientific expertise. Some were ongoing interests (like ornithology or environmental preservation), or projects he advised on in retirement (such as Chinese Drosophila project), but was not a formal collaborator.

Some published articles are filed here because Carson gathered them together by topic for his personal reference, as opposed to Series IV, Works by Others, which were collected for more professional reasons.

  

This subseries relates to Carson's involvement with various professional organizations and includes correspondence, minutes, printed materials, and administrative materials related to committees and leadership roles that he served in.

  

Included in this subseries are conference announcements, meeting programs, trip itineraries, and Carson's handwritten notes on lectures given by participants.

If Carson prepared a conference paper and worked in partnership with organizers and/or co-presenters, then related correspondence and early drafts can be found here.

If a talk was later published as an article or chapter in a book, then later correspondence related to that phase of development and final drafts can be found in Series III, Works by Carson, with cross-references between the two series.

1948-20047 linear feet. 14 boxes (#43-56)See oversize folder

Handwritten and typed notes and drafts of reviews, lectures, articles, and a book. This series is arranged alphabetically by title. For each work, the notes, drafts, and published versions are filed together. Lectures contained here are either single or a short series of talks that Carson gave as guest speaker; lectures used in Carson's courses are in Series VI. Works co-authored by Carson appear in this series.

The works in this series relate primarily to Carson's scholarly and professional output. Topics include his scientific papers on Drosophila research, race and human heredity, the teaching of evolution versus creationism, and the modern synthesis of evolution.

Letters to Brazil (1951) is one of the earliest works included in this series. This unpublished book manuscript comprises letters that Carson wrote to his wife during his extensive stay in Brazil. The letters, modeled after a similar work by his mentor, Theodosius Dobzhansky (see Ser.I, Glick, Thomas), reveal Carson's first impressions and observations of Brazilian life and culture.

Earlier versions of published papers in this series are noted in "See also" references to Series II, Subjects, Subseries C, Conferences; please see this subseries for correspondence related to the early genesis of a work, especially in conjunction with fellow speakers and panels.

-See also Series IX. "Papers on Genetics and Evolution." Bound volumes of Hampton L. Carson reprints, for final versions

1949-20032.5 linear feet. 5 boxes (#57-67)

This series consists of notes, papers, articles, and lectures written by Carson's professional colleagues and students. Some of the articles were reviewed by Carson for publication; others were used by Carson as course materials. Such works were sent directly to him by authors for a formal review (as a supervisor, instructor, advisor, or collaborator), as well as informally (as a mentor, knowledgeable friend, or on a FYI basis).

Given this network of scholarly information, it is evident that Carson had an impact on his profession's literature, such as communicating articles to journals (such as the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), refereering articles for publication, serving as an editor, peer reviewer, etc.

Given this context, related drafts and correspondence have been filed in this series (if no draft was present with publication-related correspondence see Series I, under the name of the primary contact or publisher -- whichever is more prevalent).

Student works (such as theses, dissertations, etc.) are considered to be quasi-publications and have also been placed in this series. Carson kept in touch with his mentees, who later became established in the field and collaborators. The author best represented in this regard is Alan R. Templeton.

The series is arranged alphabetically by author and then by title. Works authored by more than one individual are filed under the surname of the first person listed in the by-line.

1921-199917 linear feet. 34 boxes (#62-95)

Research-related materials produced by Hampton L. Carson during the course of his scientific experiements, field work, data analysis, and production of visual documentation. Included are working files related to these projects as he and his collaborators translated their findings into work products, such as grant proposals, project outlines, reports, notebooks, proto-drafts of articles, data visualizations, illustrations, and other schematics. Some correspondence may be found here, which is closely related to specific research. For other communications that may be relevant, see also Series I under the correspondent(s) in question.

Contained within this series are two subseries, which are the result of different accruals to the collection being transferred and processed at different times. While the earlier accession relates more to Carson's earlier career, with the later accession kept behind in Hawaii when Carson continued his work in retirement, it may be userful to consult both subseries, if a researcher is seeking a comprehensive picture of the various phases of Carson's scientific career.

  

Field notes and experimental data from the 1994 accession. Records are filed either by species or geographic location. In this subseries, the genus "Drosophila" is abbreviated "D," when it appears with a species name in a folder title. The bulk of this series concerns Carson's work with D. mercatorum between 1961 and 1985.

Also included here are Carson's personal pocket notebooks (1943-1993), which he used for jotting down information ranging from the logistical details of field trips to observations and ideas about his research.

  

Research materials in this subseries were transferred in 1997 and 2003. Reflected here is scientific documentation that was produced by Carson and/or his Drosophila Project team. These records have been kept together as one unit and minimally processed to preserve their organic unity and subtle clues relating folders to each other. Out of all of the accessions contributing to the collection, this group seems to have the most coherency, plus it is the most technical.

While it would have been possible to place correspondence from this section in Series I, Carson intentionally produced and organized these files to document the genetics research he conducted his later years, with related scholarly work products. It seems to warrant preservation as is for now, until someone more knowledgeable can further refine the arrangement and description.

The original folders have been retained because there are numerous notes on them, primarily in Carson's hand, as well as different notation systems on the folder tabs. Files have been grouped close to their original scheme, in basic categories with with cross-references. It seems plausible that the core group of files were produced during the Hawaiian Drosophila Project and were later added to, with subsequent research, findings, and input from collaborators. Publications produced during this era can be found in Series III (Works by Carson).

1943-20043 linear feet. 6 boxes (#96-101)

Contained within this series are two subseries, which are the result of different accruals to the collection being transferred and processed at different times. While the earlier accession relates more to Carson's earlier career, with the later accession kept behind in Hawaii when Carson continued his work in retirement, it may be userful to consult both subseries, if a researcher is seeking a comprehensive picture of the various phases of Carson's scientific career.

  

Lectures that Carson gave for courses at Washington University and the University of Hawaii. Course numbers are given on the folder when a particular number appeared frequently in the course materials. Nine files include materials for a course titled Evolution and Genetics (Zoology/Biology 415-416), which Carson apparently team taught with Harrison Stalker for a certain period of time.

  

This subseries contains materials that could be clearly identified as Carson's academic lectures, course notes, and class outlines relating to his role as a professor. These are materials that were kept in Hawaii during Carson's retirement, when he was frequently invited to serve as a guest speaker at the University of Hawaii, the facilitator of a seminar or panel discussion, etc.

Because of the nature of the records, the subjects have been described in a general way, since Carson often reused these lecture notes and adapted them for the event. They have been minimally processed and are housed in their original folders, to preserve Carson's original notes relating to venues, variations on the talk, etc.

1956-20032.5 linear feet. 5 boxes (#102-106)

The bulk of this collection documents Carson's professional career and cannot be considered his personal papers per se. However, materials were found in the course of processing that were more biographical in nature, especially in the later accessions.

These materials were co-located into this artificial series for ready reference. It includes correspondence, photographs, biographies, an autobiography, bibliographies, awards, certificates, curriculum vitae, and other documentation relating to Carson's life.

  
  
1930-20032 linear feet. 4 boxes (#107-110)

A restricted series was created to house records that contain personal identifying information, such as student and personnel records. Files in these subseries are alphabetically organized by initials of the indivdual in question.

There is also a subseries for grant proposals reviewed by Carson. While his Drosophila Project grant proposals have been grouped with Series V, it is because he was often the primary investigator or project lead and knowingly transferred these records to APS and with a deed of gift.

However, other individuals, whose grants were shared with Carson during a peer review process, have not signed over their rights, plus most funding agencies such documentation as prviileged information. These files are arranged alphabetically by grant funder; if there are multiple folders (such as the National Science Foundation), they are further organized by year.

If a researcher was directly involved in the production of a particular group of records, such as the subject of a student file or the writer of a grant proposal, then consult with the History of Science Curator for access to the file in question. Along the same lines, if there is a legitimate need to know and the researcher has obtained permission from the creator of the file(s) to work with the materials in question, it is possible that some arrangement may be made for limited access.

Please see APS policies regarding access and restrictions for further informaiton.

  
  
  
1934-20041.5 linear feet. 1 box (#112)box 112

-See also Series III, Works by Carson, for related working files and drafts

-Volume IX in this series was intended by HLC to be bound, but the reprints are loose (in a folder, within the box)



Detailed Inventory

Series I. Correspondence
1944-200415.5 linear feet. 31 boxes (#1-31)

Incoming and outgoing handwritten and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, photographs, manuscript drafts, printed material, ephemera, and postcards generated and collected during Carson's career. The bulk of this series covers the 1960s to the 1990s.

Correspondents include professional colleagues, students, politicians, and publishers. Files for Alan R. Templeton, a population geneticist who was Carson's student, and Marshall Wheeler, a colleague on the Hawaiian Drosophila Project, contain a significant amount of professional correspondence. Med-fly eradication in Hawaii is the subject of most of the correspondence with members of Congress.

Carson and his peers frequently traded manuscript drafts and reprints in the course of communicating with each other, both informally (for advice, mentorship, and/or FYI basis) and formally (as editor, peer reviewer, and/or referee to a publisher). To acknowledge this method of sharing information -- and how Carson associated works-in-progress with authors -- the later accrual has been kept correspondence and drafts together to preserve Carson's method of working and organizing his documentation.

With the 1994 accession, enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III (Works by Carson) or Series IV (Works by Others) as appropriate. As with reprints, a photocopy of the title page wwas filed with the original letter (cross-references have been provided).

With 1997 accession, correspondence with other material types have been kept together holistically, and filed with the series that reflects the primary focus of the content (or what a researcher will likely look for when they search). If the gist of the documentation is a collegial conversation, then look in Correspondence. If a written piece is of interest, then look in one of the Works series. Related materials in other formats will likely be in the same folder(s), unless otherwise noted in a "See also" reference.

However, since the collection was cataloged in two phases and Carson's papers were fragmented through multiple donations, some related materials may be filed in more than one place. If a researcher is interested in getting a complete picture, then check both the Correspondence and Works series, in case something fell between the cracks and was filed in another section.

Finally, letters of reference and recommendation are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

A, general correspondence (Abell-Aznavurian)
1955-1999 box 1:
folder 1
Abensohn, Meryl
1971-1978 box 1:
folder 2
Academic Press, Inc.
1978-1991 box 1:
folder 3
Academy of Natural Sciences
1984-1989 box 1:
folder 4
Ahearn, Jayne N.
1972-1986 box 1:
folder 5
Ahuja, Yog R.
1984-1993 box 1:
folder 6
Akaka, Daniel K.
1978-2001 box 1:
folder 7
Allen, Garland E.
1979-1995 box 1:
folder 8
Allendorf, Fred W. (Fred William)
1993-1995 box 1:
folder 9
American Naturalist
1964-1990 box 1:
folder 10

-See also Ser.I, Kaneshiro, Kenneth Y.

American Philosophical Society
1982-1999 box 1:
folder 11
Anderson, John B.
1991-1996 box 1:
folder 12
Anderson, Wyatt W.
1978-1988 box 1:
folder 13
Annest, Joseph Lee
1973-1979 box 1:
folder 14
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics
1973-1984 box 1:
folder 15
Annual Review of Entomology
1976-1979 box 1:
folder 16
Aradhya, Mallikarjuna K.
1990-1996 box 2:
folder 1
Archie, James W.
1983-1984 box 2:
folder 2

-See also Series I, Simon, Christine M.

Arita, Lorna H.
1982-1984 box 2:
folder 3
Arnaud, Paul H.
1984 box 2:
folder 4
Ashburner, Michael
1970-1994 box 2:
folder 5
Ashton, Geoffrey C.
1976-1987 box 2:
folder 6

-See also Ser.I, University of Hawaii

Atchley, William R.
1978-1982 box 2:
folder 7

-See also Ser.I, Woodruff, David S.

Australia & New Zealand Book Co PTY LTD.
1974 box 2:
folder 8
Australian National University. Research School of Biological Sciences
1985 box 2:
folder 9
Avise, John C.
1975-1983 box 2:
folder 10
Ayala, Francisco
1973-1989 box 2:
folder 11
B, general correspondence, 2 of 2 folders (Blows-Buzzati)
1951-2003 box 2:
folder 13
Baimai, Visut. 1 of 2 folders
1972-1979 box 3:
folder 1
Baimai, Visut. 2 of 2 folders
1980-2004 box 3:
folder 2
Bajana, Jose D.
1976-1978 box 3:
folder 3

Some in Spanish

Baldwin, Bruce G., 1957-
1993-1998 box 3:
folder 4
Band, Henretta T. 1 of 3 folders
1971-1988 box 3:
folder 5
Band, Henretta T. 3 of 3 folders
1992-1997 box 3:
folder 7
Barker, J. S. F.
1973-1995 box 4:
folder 1
Barnes, Phillip T.
1977-1981 box 4:
folder 2
Barr, H.J.
1972 box 4:
folder 3
Baverstock, Peter
1975-1976 box 4:
folder 4
Bedo, Daniel G.
1976-1988 box 4:
folder 5
Behavior Genetics
1975-1976 box 4:
folder 6
Belkhir, Jean
1988 box 4:
folder 7
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate
1971-1979 box 4:
folder 8

-See also Series II, Subseries A, Hawaii. Hapu'u harvesting operations

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. 1 of 2 folders
1974-1990 box 4:
folder 9
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. 2 of 2 folders
1991-2003 box 4:
folder 10
Berry, R. J. (Sam)
1971-1984 box 4:
folder 11

-See also Series I, Ashton, Geoffrey C.

Beverley, Stephen M.
1985 box 4:
folder 12
Bliss, Dorothy
1964-1969 box 4:
folder 13
Blum, Stanley Delbert Jr.
1982 box 4:
folder 14
Boake, Christine R. B.
1984-1998 box 4:
folder 15

-See also Series I, West-Eberhard, Mary Jane

Bock, Ian R.
1972-1987 box 4:
folder 16
Brackenridge, Colin J.
1972 box 5:
folder 1
British Broadcasting Corporation. The Life Game
1972-1981 box 5:
folder 2
British Broadcasting Corporation. The Open University
1978-1990 box 5:
folder 3
Brito da Cunha, A.
1963-2003 box 5:
folder 4

Some in Spanish

Brnic, Danko
1964-1976 box 5:
folder 5
Brown, Jennifer
1982-1983 box 5:
folder 6
Brussard, Peter F.
1983-1987 box 5:
folder 7
Bryant, Peter J.
1979-1992 box 5:
folder 8
Bush, Guy L.
1972-1984 box 5:
folder 9
C, general correspondence, 1 of 2 folders (Cable-Clay)
1949-1995 box 5:
folder 10
C, general correspondence, 2 of 2 folders (Coe-Cushing)
1964-1995 box 5:
folder 11
Cambridge University Press
1979-1987 box 5:
folder 12
Canadian Journal of Zoology
1984-1989 box 5:
folder 13
Cann, Rebecca Louise
2000 box 5:
folder 14
Carleton College
1981-1984 box 5:
folder 15
Carlquist, Sherwin John
1972 box 5:
folder 16
Catcheside, David G.
1978 box 5:
folder 17
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
1986 box 5:
folder 18
Chance, Britton
1978-1994 box 5:
folder 19
Chang, Linda
1981-1984 box 5:
folder 20
Charles Darwin Research Station
1976-1978 box 5:
folder 21
Charlesworth, Brian
1981-1988 box 6:
folder 1
Clayton, Frances E..
Clayton, Frances E.
1971-1998 box 6:
folder 2

-See also Series II, Subseries A, Creationism and evolution debate

Clegg, Michael T.
1981-1985 box 6:
folder 3
Cline, Thomas W.
1996-1997 box 6:
folder 4
Columbia University Press
1961-1984 box 6:
folder 5
Coluzzi, Mario
1971-1998 box 6:
folder 6
Conant, Patrick
1975-1981 box 6:
folder 7
Cornell University
1982-2003 box 6:
folder 8
Coyne, Jerry
1981-1990 box 6:
folder 9

-See Ser.I, Evolution

Craddock, Elysse Margaret. 1 of 2 folders
1970-1987 box 6:
folder 10
Craddock, Elysse Margaret. 2 of 2 folders
1988-1996 box 6:
folder 11
CRC Press
1983-1996 box 6:
folder 12
Crews, David. 1 of 2 folders
1982-1984 box 6:
folder 13
Crews, David. 2 of 2 folders
1985-1989 box 7:
folder 1
Crow, James F.
1982-1983 box 7:
folder 2
CSIRO Publishing
1974-1985 box 7:
folder 3
Cuellar, Orlando
1978-1980 box 7:
folder 4
Cushing, John
1981-1990 box 7:
folder 5
D, general correspondence (D'Arcy-Dwyer)
1971-2002 box 7:
folder 6
Dacanay, Jann Hisae (Takenada)
1990 box 7:
folder 7
Darlington, C. D. (Cyril Dean)
1972-1973 box 7:
folder 8
David, Jean R.
1980-1985 box 7:
folder 9
Day, Max F.
1983-1996 box 7:
folder 10
Degener, Otto
1970-1982 box 7:
folder 11
DeSalle, Robert (Rob). 1 of 2 folders
1983 box 7:
folder 12
DeSalle, Robert (Rob). 2 of 2 folders
1984-1996 box 7:
folder 13
Devaney, Dennis M.
1966 box 7:
folder 14
Dickinson, W. J.
1973-1983 box 7:
folder 15
Dobzhansky, Theodosius
1955-1988 box 7:
folder 16

-See also Series I, Phaff, Herman


Subject(s): Teaching; Scientific organizations, meetings, programs; Biographical and personal data; Publication; Travel -- Invitations, arrangements; Drosophila genetics

Doer, Carolyn
1965-1967 box 8:
folder 1
Dominey, Wallace
1983-1087 box 8:
folder 2
Dover, Gabriel
1983 box 8:
folder 3
Dronamraju, Krishna R.
1972-2001 box 8:
folder 4
E, general correspondence (Eccles-Evolutionary Ecology Research)
1958-2001 box 8:
folder 5
Ecology
1955-1971 box 8:
folder 6
Egyptian Journal of Genetics and Cytology
1971-1972 box 8:
folder 7
Ehrman, Lee
1973-2003 box 8:
folder 8
Elsevier Publications
1984-2000 box 8:
folder 9
Encyclopaedia Britannica
1970-1973 box 8:
folder 10
Entomologia Generalis
1981-1982 box 8:
folder 11
Entomological Society of America, journal
1967-1990 box 8:
folder 12
Equinox
1983-1986 box 8:
folder 13
Etges, William J.
1983-1997 box 8:
folder 14
Evolution
1971-1986 box 8:
folder 15

-See also Series I, Coyne, Jerry -See also Series II, Subseries B, Society for the Study of Evolution


Subject(s): Editorial matters; Population genetics; Drosophila genetics; Publication -- Evolution; Referee's report; Unpublished manuscripts, notes, etc.; Molecular genetics; Reviews; Spiess, Eliot B.; Business; Society for the Study of Evolution

Evolutionary Theory
1981-19842 itemsbox 8:
folder 16

Subject(s): Referee's report; Publication -- Evolutionary Theory

Experientia
1977-1981 box 8:
folder 17
F, general correspondence (Fagan-Fuyama)
1958-1996 box 9:
folder 1
Feldman, Marcus W.
1986-1993 box 9:
folder 2
Felger, Ingrid
1985-1986 box 9:
folder 3
Fernandez, Bernal
1959 box 9:
folder 4
Fontdevila, Antonio. 1 of 2 folders
1973-1977 box 9:
folder 6
Fontdevila, Antonio. 2 of 2 folders
1978-1996 box 9:
folder 7
Ford, E. B. (Edmund Briscoe)
1973-1974 box 9:
folder 8
Freed, Leonard A.
1986 box 9:
folder 9
Friedman, Sharon M.
1978-1979 box 9:
folder 10
G, general correspondence. 1 of 2 folders (Gailey-Goldman)
1963-2000 box 9:
folder 11
G, general correspondence, 2 of 2 folders (Goldschmidt-Guardia)
1950-1996 box 9:
folder 12
Gadagkar, Raghavendra
1984-1985 box 9:
folder 13
Gagne, Wayne C.
1978-1987 box 9:
folder 14

-See also Series I, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum

Galore, M.
1977 box 9:
folder 15
Gebruder, Borntraeger Verlagsbuchhandlung
1970-1981 box 9:
folder 16
Genetics
1971-198326 itemsbox 10:
folder 1

Subject(s): Lewontin, Richard Charles; Referee's report; Publication -- Genetics; Unpublished manuscripts, notes, etc.; Genetics Society of America; Business; Cytogenetics; Editorial matters; Publication -- Evolution; Drosophila genetics

Genetics and Biology of Drosophila
1978 box 10:
folder 2

-See also Ser.I, Thompson, James N. Jr.

Genetique, Selection, Evolution
1985 box 10:
folder 3
Gibbs, A. J.
1979 box 10:
folder 4
Gibson, John
1978-1982 box 10:
folder 5
Giddings, Luther Val. 1 of 3 folders
1974-1981 box 10:
folder 6
Giddings, Luther Val. 2 of 3 folders
1982-1983 box 10:
folder 7
Giddings, Luther Val. 3 of 3 folders
1984-2002 box 10:
folder 8
Gilbert, Donald G. (Donald George), 1953-
1981 box 10:
folder 9
Giles, Norman H., 1915-
1980 box 10:
folder 10
Gillespie, Rosemary G., 1957-
1990-1999 box 10:
folder 11
Gillett, George Willson, 1917-
1971-1972 box 10:
folder 12
Global Science Journal
1987-1988 box 10:
folder 13
Gloor, Hans, 1917-
1973-1977 box 10:
folder 14
Godoy-Herrera, Raul
1984-2001 box 10:
folder 15
Goldschmidt, Richard Benedict, 1878-1958
1952 box 10:
folder 16
Gomez P., Luis D.
1976 box 10:
folder 17
Goodman, Madeleine J.
1981-1984 box 10:
folder 18
Goodman, Morris
1976-1986 box 10:
folder 19
Goodnight, Charles
1987-1997 box 10:
folder 20
Gould, Stephen Jay
1977-1981 box 10:
folder 21
Graf, Jean Daniel
1980-1981 box 11:
folder 1
Greater Saint Louis Citizens' Committee for Nuclear Information
1958 box 11:
folder 2
Green, Chris
1971-1984 box 11:
folder 3

-See also Series I, Paterson, Hugh

Gregg, Thomas
1977-1984 box 11:
folder 4
Gressitt, J. Linsley
1975-1980 box 11:
folder 5

-See also Ser.I, International Journal of Entomology

Grimaldi, David A.
1983-1996 box 11:
folder 6

-See Ser.I, Okada, Toyohi

Grossfield, Joseph
1971-1972 box 11:
folder 7
Gupta, Anand Prakash
1978-1984 box 11:
folder 8
Gupta, J. P.
1976-1982 box 11:
folder 9
H, general correspondence, 1 of 2 folders (Haessler-Hiraizumi)
1960-1996 box 11:
folder 10
H, general correspondence, 2 of 2 folders (Hiraoka-Hutchenson)
1964-1997 box 11:
folder 11
Hadfield, Michael G. (Michael Gale)
1990 box 11:
folder 12
Hagino, Gerald
1984 box 11:
folder 13
Hagiwara, Carol
1971 box 11:
folder 14
Halka, O.
1970 box 11:
folder 15
Hall, Robert
1998 box 11:
folder 16
Halliburton, Richard, 1946-
1980 box 11:
folder 19
Hamburger, Viktor, 1900-
1974-2001 box 11:
folder 18
Hapgood, Fred
1983 box 11:
folder 19
Hardy, D. Elmo
1969-1972 box 11:
folder 20
Harper, John L.
1989 box 11:
folder 21

-See also Series II, National Academy of Sciences

Hartl, Daniel L.
1978-2003 box 11:
folder 22
Harvard University Press
1980-1990 box 11:
folder 23
Hawaii. Department of Agriculture
1967-1979 box 11:
folder 24
Hawaii Bishop Research Institue
1990 box 11:
folder 25
Hawaii. State Government
1975-1985 box 11:
folder 26

-See also Series II, Hawaii. Poaching and Department of Land and Natural Resources

Haymer, David S.
1982-1989 box 11:
folder 27
Heatwole, Harold and Audrey
1962-1965 box 12:
folder 1
Hedrick, Philip W.
1970-1983 box 12:
folder 2
Heed, William B.
1953-1987 box 12:
folder 3

-See also Series I, Wheeler, Marshal R.

Heftel, Cecil
1977-1985 box 12:
folder 4
Heredity
1980-1981 box 12:
folder 5
Heredity and Human Life
1963-1965 box 12:
folder 6
Herforth, Robert S.
1983-1984 box 12:
folder 7
Hewitt, Godfrey M.
1988-1994 box 12:
folder 8
Hiatt, Robert W.
1966 box 12:
folder 9
Hill, Richard W.
1982-1983 box 12:
folder 10
Hirsch, Jerry
1972-1982 box 12:
folder 11
Hoe, Bill (W. J.)
1975-1979 box 12:
folder 12
Hoenigsberg, Hugo
1976-1987 box 12:
folder 13
Hoikkala, Anneli. 1 of 2 folders
1984-1992 box 12:
folder 14
Hoikkala, Anneli. 2 of 2 folders
1993 box 12:
folder 15
Honolulu Advertiser
1975-1982 box 12:
folder 16
Howarth, Francis G., 1940-
1984-1998 box 12:
folder 17
Hoy, Ronald R.
1986-1989 box 12:
folder 18
Hsu, T. C.
1951-1952 box 12:
folder 19
Hu, Kai. 1 of 2 folders
1982-1985 box 12:
folder 20
Hu, Kai. 2 of 2 folders
1986-1998 box 12:
folder 21

-See also Series II, Subseries A, China trip

Hunt, John A.
1979-1996 box 13:
folder 1
Hunter, Francis and Alice
1960-1992 box 13:
folder 2
Hurst, Gregory
1998 box 13:
folder 3
I, general correspondence (Ikeda, K. - Island Ecosystems)
1971-1995 box 13:
folder 4
Idrobo, Jesus M.
1960 box 13:
folder 5
Ikeda, Hiroshi. 1 of 2 folders
1969-1975 box 13:
folder 6
Ikeda, Hiroshi. 2 of 2 folders
1976-1989 box 13:
folder 7
Indiana University
1983-1987 box 13:
folder 8
Ingle, Dwight
1964 box 13:
folder 9
Inouye, Daniel K.
1980-2001 box 13:
folder 12
International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature
1973-1974 box 13:
folder 10
International Journal of Entomology
1973-1983 box 13:
folder 11

-See also Ser.I, Gressitt, J. Linsey

Invertebrate Red Data Book
1981-1982 box 13:
folder 13
Ivannikov, Andrew V.
2000 box 13:
folder 14
J, general correspondence (Jablonski-Judd)
1972-2004 box 13:
folder 15
Jaenike, John
1973-1986 box 13:
folder 16
Jallon, Jean-Marc
1985 box 13:
folder 17
Jeffery, Duane E.
1973-1978 box 13:
folder 18
Johns Hopkins University. Press
1991-1994 box 14:
folder 1
Johnson, George B. (George Brooks), 1942-
1971-1976 box 14:
folder 2
Johnson, Walter Erwin
1972-1975 box 14:
folder 3
Johnston, Spencer
1971-1974 box 14:
folder 4
Jones, S.
1967-1968 box 14:
folder 5
Journal of Medical Entomology
1971-1982 box 14:
folder 6
K, general correspondence, 1 of 2 folders (Kahane-Kidd)
1967-1990 box 14:
folder 7
K, general correspondence, 2 of 2 folders (Kiikehua-Krzanowska)
1964-1990 box 14:
folder 8
Kambysellis, Michael P.
1971-1998 box 14:
folder 9

-See also Ser.I, Prakash, Satya

Kaneshiro, Kenneth Y
1971-1998 box 14:
folder 10

-See also Series I, Bajana, Jose D..

Kidwell, Margaret G.
1979-1982 box 14:
folder 11
Kimura, Motoo, 1924-
1976-1991 box 14:
folder 12
King, Max
1985 box 14:
folder 13
King, Robert C.
1982-2003 box 14:
folder 14
Kitagawa, Osamu
1978-1995 box 14:
folder 15
Kluge, Arnold G.
1970-1976 box 14:
folder 16
Koehn, Richard K.
1983 box 14:
folder 17
Kornberg, Warrent
1971 box 14:
folder 18
Krimbas, Costas B.
1962-1991 box 14:
folder 19
L, general correspondence, 1 of 2 folders (Laird-Lewis)
1956-1992 box 15:
folder 1
L, general correspondence, 2 of 2 folders (Licht-Lyman House)
1971-1997 box 15:
folder 2
Lachaise, D. (Daniel)
1981-1997 box 15:
folder 3
Lambert, Dave
1980-1985 box 15:
folder 4

-See Series I. Paterson, Hugh

Lande, Russell. 1 of 2 folders
1980-1983 box 15:
folder 5
Lande, Russell. 2 of 2 folders
1984-1989 box 15:
folder 6
Laurie, C. C. (Cathy)
1984-1991 box 15:
folder 7
Lemeunier, François
1979-1996 box 15:
folder 8
Leung, Lai Fun
1972 box 15:
folder 9
Levitan, Max. 1 of 5 folders
1971-1987 box 15:
folder 9
Levitan, Max. 2 of 5 folders
1988-1996 box 15:
folder 10
Levitan, Max. 3 of 5 folders
1997 box 15:
folder 11
Levitan, Max. 4 of 5 folders
1998-2003 box 16:
folder 1
Levitan, Max. 5 of 5 folders
2001-2003 box 16:
folder 2
Lewis, Ralph W.
1975-1989 box 16:
folder 3
Lewontin, Richard C., 1929-
1978-1984 box 16:
folder 4
Lightcap, Joy
1976 box 16:
folder 5
Lindsley, Dan L.
1978 box 16:
folder 6
Lissant, Ellen
1973-1977 box 16:
folder 7
Locke, Robert E.
1985 box 16:
folder 8
Loeblich, Karen E.
1974-1977 box 16:
folder 9
Lunning, Russ
1988 box 16:
folder 10
Lutheran High School Central
1959 box 16:
folder 11

-See also Ser.III, "The Making of a Scientist"

Lyttle, Terrence W.
1970-1995 box 16:
folder 12
M, general correspondence, 1 of 3 folders (Maclay-McEvey)
1959-1996 box 16:
folder 13
M, general correspondence, 2 of 3 folders (McIver-Monyihan)
1944-1995 box 16:
folder 14
M, general correspondence, 3 of 3 folders (Monsanto- Myers)
1944-1997 box 16:
folder 15
M. Okada Cultural Services Association
1989 box 16:
folder 16
MacMillan Company
1965-1994 box 16:
folder 17

-See also Ser.II, Evolutionary Biology Book Idea

Malcolm, Elizabeth Grace
1968-1969 box 16:
folder 18
Malecha, Spencer
1970-1972 box 16:
folder 19
Manning, Raymond B.
1964-1976 box 16:
folder 20
Markow, Therese Ann
1984-2002 box 16:
folder 21
Mathewson, Robert P.
1965-1967 box 16:
folder 22
Mayr, Ernst
1978-2003 box 17:
folder 1

-See also Ser.I, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences


Subject(s): Referee's report; Drosophila genetics; Publication -- Evolution; Congratulations, greetings, thanks -- National Academy of Sciences; Tan, C. C.

McDonald, John F. (John Francis), 1947-
1989-1995 box 17:
folder 2
McGraw-Hill Book Company
1983 box 17:
folder 3
McInnis, Donald O.
1977-1978 box 17:
folder 4
McNutt, Beverly
1971 box 17:
folder 5
Miklos, George L. Gabor, 1945-
1978-1986 box 17:
folder 6
Miles, Simon
1974-1979 box 17:
folder 7
Missouri Botanical Garden
1975-1976 box 17:
folder 8
Mitton, Jeffry B.
1982-1986 box 17:
folder 9
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
1991-2001 box 17:
folder 10
Montague, Jeremy
1979-1980 box 17:
folder 11
Morton, Newton E.
1972-1990 box 17:
folder 12
Mull, William P., 1921-
1958 box 17:
folder 13
N, general correspondence (Nagaji-Nuzhdin)
1971-1997 box 17:
folder 13
Nair, Puliyampetta S.
1967-1983 box 17:
folder 14
Narayanan, C. H.
1967-1968 box 17:
folder 15
National Science Foundation
1968-1984 box 17:
folder 16

-See also Series I, Callahan, James T. -See also Series I, Scotti, Paul D.

Natural History
1982 box 17:
folder 17
Natural Resources Defense Council
1987 box 17:
folder 18
Nature
1972-1989 box 17:
folder 19
Nature Conservancy of Hawaii
1983-1995 box 17:
folder 20
Neel, James V.
1973-1991 box 18:
folder 1
Nevo, Eviatar
1972-2001 box 18:
folder 2
Newfield, Stuart
1988-1991 box 18:
folder 3
Newman, Lester J. 1 of 2 folders
1969-1980 box 18:
folder 4
Newman, Lester J. 2 of 2 folders
1981-1990 box 18:
folder 5
O, general correspondence (Oakeshott-Owen)
1964-2001 box 18:
folder 6
Ocean Research and Education Society
1980 box 18:
folder 7
Oceanic Society
1974 box 18:
folder 8
Ohio State University. Franz Theodore Stone Laboratory
1959-1960 box 18:
folder 9
Ohta, Alan T. 1 of 2 folders
1972-1983 box 18:
folder 10
Ohta, Alan T. 2 of 2 folders
1980 box 18:
folder 11
Ohta, Tomoko
1984-1985 box 18:
folder 12
Okada, Toyohi. 1 of 2 folders
1965-1981 box 18:
folder 13
Okada, Toyohi, 2 of 2 folders
1982-1987 box 19:
folder 1
Organization for Tropical Studies
1981-1982 box 19:
folder 2
Oster, Irwin I.
1975 box 19:
folder 3

-See also Ser.VI, D. melanogaster--Speciation

Oxford University Press
1988-2001 box 19:
folder 4
P, general correspondence (Pacific Books, Hawaii-Pederson), 1 of 2 folders
1952-1993 box 19:
folder 5
P, general correspondence (Perrimon-Pye), 2 of 2 folders
1959-2001 box 19:
folder 6
Parsons, P. A. (Peter Angas), 1933-, 1 of 2 folders
1971-1979 box 19:
folder 7
Parsons, P. A. (Peter Angas), 1933-, 2 of 2 folders
1980-2003 box 19:
folder 8
Pasteur, Georges
1972-1986 box 19:
folder 9
Paterson, H. E. H.
1969-1997 box 19:
folder 10

-See also Series I, Green, Chris -See also Series I, Lambert, Dave

Patton, James L.
1991 box 19:
folder 11
Peregrine Fund (U.S.)
1985-1988 box 19:
folder 12
Perkins, David D.
1974-1998 box 20:
folder 1

-See also Series II, International Congress of Genetics

Phaff, Herman J.
1955-1971 box 20:
folder 2

-See also Series I, Dobzhansky, Theodosius

Pipkin, Sarah B.
1960-1970 box 20:
folder 3
Policansky, David
1971-1996 box 20:
folder 4
Pomerantz, Mark J.
1979 box 20:
folder 5
Population Institute
1983 box 20:
folder 6
Powell, David A.
1972-1973 box 20:
folder 7
Powell, Jeffrey R., 1 of 2 folders
1972-1979 box 20:
folder 8

-See also Ser.I, Taylor,  Charles E.

Powell, Jeffrey R., 2 of 2 folders
1980-1997 box 20:
folder 9
Powers, Dennis A.
1972 box 20:
folder 10

-See also Ser.IV, Powers, Dennis A., "Biochemical Mechanisms of Adaptation to Thermal Stress"

Prakash, Satya
1970-1979 box 20:
folder 11
Pratt, Thayne K.
1981 box 20:
folder 12
Prevosti Pelegrín, Antoni
1997-2000 box 20:
folder 13
Price, D. W. (Donald W.)
1997-2000 box 20:
folder 14
Primack, Richard B., 1950-
1975-1977 box 20:
folder 15
Princeton University Press
1983-1992 box 20:
folder 16
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1 of 2 folders
1973-1997 box 20:
folder 17

-See also Series I, Selander, Robert K.

For drafts of manuscripts that Carson communicatd to PNAS on behalf of colleagues (plus related correspondence), see Series I, Correspondence, filed under the author's name.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2 of 2 folders
1998-2003 box 21:
folder 1

For drafts of manuscripts that Carson communicated to PNAS on behalf of colleagues, as well as related correspondence, see Series I, Correspondence, filed under the author's name.

Prout, Timothy, 1923-2009
1979-1985 box 21:
folder 2
Provine, William B.
1980-19871 folderbox 21:
folder 3

Subject(s): Research support; Darwin, Charles; Evolution; Wright, Sewall; History of biology, especially genetics

Pulianas, Glenn
1976-1977 box 21:
folder 4
Pyle, Donald W.
1974-1977 box 21:
folder 5
Q, general correspondence (Quarterly-Quinn)
1992-1997 box 21:
folder 6
R, general correspondence (Rabor-Ridpath), 1 of 2 folders
1968-1996 box 21:
folder 7
R, general correspondence (Rioforio-Ryan), 2 of 2 folders
1959-1999 box 21:
folder 8
Radio Americas, Inc.
1967 box 21:
folder 9

-See also Series I, Wilkinson, Robert

Raikow, Rody
1970-1993 box 21:
folder 10
Raven, Peter H.
1973-2001 box 21:
folder 11

-See also Series I, Putnam, Frank W. -See also Series I, Systematic Botany

Rédei, G. P.
1970-1977 box 21:
folder 12
Reeb, Carol A.
1992-1994 box 21:
folder 13
Reese, Ernst S.
1979-1998 box 21:
folder 14

-See also Series I, British Broadcasting Corporation. The Open University

Remington, Charles L., 1922-
1959-1983 box 21:
folder 15
Resch, Kathleen
1970-1975 box 21:
folder 16
Revista brasileira de genetica
1985-1995 box 21:
folder 17
Richardson, Richard H.
1971-1976 box 21:
folder 18
Richmond, Rollin
1973-1986 box 22:
folder 1
Ringo, John, 1943-
1976-1980 box 22:
folder 2
Rocha, M. Teresa Pite
1978-1987 box 22:
folder 3
Rosen, Leon
1978 box 22:
folder 4
S, general correspondence (Smithsonian-Szilard), 2 of 2 folders
1952-2001 box 22:
folder 6
Sabath, Michael D.
1972-1979 box 22:
folder 7
Sagawa, Yoneo, 1925-2013
1971-1972 box 22:
folder 8
Saint Louis University
1966-1967 box 22:
folder 9
Sankaranaravanan, K.
1988-1990 box 22:
folder 10
Scandalios, John G.
1972-1983 box 22:
folder 11
Schonewald-Cox, Christine
1982-1987 box 22:
folder 12

-See also Ser.I and Ser.II, United States. Department of State. Man and the Biosphere Program. -See also Ser.III, "The Genetics of Founder Effect"

Science
1964-1990 box 22:
folder 13
Seiger, Marvin B.
1977-1987 box 22:
folder 14
Selander, Robert K.
1976-1985 box 22:
folder 15
Sene, Fabio de Melo, 1 of 4 folders
1973-1974 box 22:
folder 16
Sene, Fabio de Melo, 2 of 4 folders
1975-1976 box 22:
folder 17
Sene, Fabio de Melo, 3 of 4 folders
1977-1979 box 23:
folder 1
Sene, Fabio de Melo, 4 of 4 folders
1980-1997 box 23:
folder 2
Sexton, Owen J. (Owen James), 1926-
1982-1991 box 23:
folder 3
Shimakawa, Ellen
1985-1990 box 23:
folder 4
Simon, Christine M.
1979-1984 box 23:
folder 5

-See also Series I, Archie, James W.  -See also Series I, Ariyoshi, George -See also Series I, Templeton, Alan R.

Sing, Charles F.
1970-1982 box 23:
folder 6

-See also Series I, Templeton, Alan R.

Singh, B.N.
1973 box 23:
folder 8
Singh, Madho
1978-1986 box 23:
folder 9
Singh, Rama S.
1977-2000 box 23:
folder 10
Snyder, Laurence H. (Laurence Hasbrouck), 1901-
1978-1986 box 23:
folder 11
Soulé, Michael E.
1976-1983 box 23:
folder 12
Spiess, Eliot B., 1 of 2 folders
1950-1980 box 23:
folder 13
Spiess, Eliot B., 2 of 2 folders
1981-2003 box 24:
folder 1
Spieth, Herman T.
1955-1973 box 24:
folder 2
Stalker, Harrison Dailey
1967-19861 folderbox 24:
folder 4

Subject(s): Educational matters; Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.); Statistics, biostatistics, biometrics; Drosophila genetics

Starmer, Thomas W.
1979-1990 box 24:
folder 5
Steiner, William W. M., 1 of 2 folders
1974-1983 box 24:
folder 6
Steiner, William W. M., 2 of 2 folders
1980-1995 box 24:
folder 7
Stemmermann, Ruth Lani
1983 box 24:
folder 8
Stewart, Walter W.
1986-1988 box 24:
folder 9
Stone, Wilson S.
1955-1956, 1967 box 24:
folder 10
Strauss, Lewis H.
1984 box 24:
folder 11

-See also Series I, Bernice Pauhi Bishop Museum

Stuart, W. Dorsey
1980-1997 box 24:
folder 12
Sunset House
1967 box 25:
folder 1

-See also Series I, Conners, George L.

Sung, Kee Chang
1974 box 25:
folder 2
Systematic Botany
1984-1985 box 25:
folder 3
T, general correspondence (Tabachnik-Thurber), 1 of 2 folders
1966-1996 box 25:
folder 4
T, general correspondence (Tidon-Tyler), 2 of 2 folders
1960-1999 box 25:
folder 5
Tamada, Kathy S.
1980-1983 box 25:
folder 6
Tan, Soon Guan (Winston)
1975-1976 box 25:
folder 7
Tang, Irene Wei
1967-1970 box 25:
folder 8

-See also Series I, Stalker, Harrison D.

Taylor, Charles E.
1977-1979, n.d. box 25:
folder 9

-See also Series I, Powell, Jeffrey R.

Taylor, R. W. (Bob)
1974-1980 box 25:
folder 10
Templeton, Alan Robert, 1947-, 1 of 5 folders
1970-19845 foldersbox 25:
folder 11

Subject(s): Drosophila genetics; Statistics, biostatistics, biometrics; Biographical and personal data; Evolution; Population genetics; Graduate study; Publication -- Genetics; Conferences and symposia; Recommendations; Unpublished manuscripts, notes, etc.; Travel -- Invitations, arrangements; Teaching; Reviews

Templeton, Alan Robert, 1947-, 2 of 5 folders
1977-1979 box 25:
folder 12
Templeton, Alan Robert, 1947-, 3 of 5 folders
1980-1981 box 25:
folder 13
Templeton, Alan Robert, 1947-, 4 of 5 folders,
1982-1984 box 25:
folder 14
Templeton, Alan Robert, 1947-, 5 of 5 folders
1985-2001 box 26:
folder 1
Teremoto, Linden
1974-1985 box 26:
folder 2
Thirtle, Barbara
1974 box 26:
folder 3
Thompson, James N., Jr.
1977-1987 box 26:
folder 4
Thomson, John A.
1973-1986 box 26:
folder 5
Thornton, I.W.B.
1984-1993 box 26:
folder 6
Throckmorton, Lynn H.
1973-1978 box 26:
folder 7
Tilley, Robert J.
1969-1975 box 26:
folder 8
Tonzetich, John
1976-1992 box 26:
folder 9
Turner, Bruce
1983 box 26:
folder 10
Turner, Jill
1997 box 26:
folder 10
U, general correspondence (Umemoto-University of York)
1959-2004 box 26:
folder 11
United States. Department of Agriculture, 1 of 3 folders
1974-1985 box 26:
folder 12
United States. Department of Agriculture, 2 of 3 folders
1986-1987 box 27:
folder 1
United States. Department of Agriculture, 3 of 3 folders
1986-1987 box 27:
folder 2
United States. Department of the Interior, 1 of 3 folders
1971-1989 box 27:
folder 3
United States. Department of the Interior, 2 of 3 folders
1990-1991 box 27:
folder 4
United States. Department of the Interior, 3 of 3 folders
1992-2000 box 27:
folder 5
United States. Department of State. Man and the Biosphere Program
1981-1982 box 27:
folder 6

-See also Ser.I: Clegg, Michael T.; Powell, Jeffrey R.; Schonewald-Cox, Christine; Selander, Robert K.; Templeton, Alan R. -See also Ser.III, "The Genetics of Founder Effect"

United States. Department of Transportation. Federal Aviation Administration
1967 box 27:
folder 7

-See also Series I, Atkins, Gus

United States-Japan Cooperative Science Program
1978-1979 box 27:
folder 8
University of Arkansas
1973-1974 box 27:
folder 9

-See also Ser.III, "Evolutionary Biology: Its Value to Society"--Lecture

University of British Columbia
1987-1999 box 27:
folder 10
University of California
1963 box 27:
folder 11
University of Georgia
1979-1997 box 27:
folder 12
University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1 of 5 folders
1970-1975 box 27:
folder 13
University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2 of 5 folders
1976-1981 box 28:
folder 1

Series II, Hawaii. Tri-Fly eradication

University of Hawaii at Manoa, 3 of 5 folders
1982-1984 box 28:
folder 2
University of Hawaii at Manoa, 4 of 5 folders
1985-1997 box 28:
folder 3
University of Hawaii at Manoa. Minutes and related memoranda, 5 of 5 folders
1974-1984 box 28:
folder 4
University of Hawaii at Manoa. Harold L. Lyon Arboretum
1970-1971 box 28:
folder 5

-See also Ser.VII, "The Ecology of Drosophila Breeding Sites"

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Research Advisory Council
1985 box 28:
folder 6
University of Illinois at Chicago
1975-1985 box 28:
folder 7
University of Michigan
1980 box 28:
folder 8
University of Missouri - Columbia
1978-1986 box 28:
folder 9
University of Pennsylvania
1988-1998 box 28:
folder 10
University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
1984 box 28:
folder 11
V, general correspondence (V.W.R. Scientific - Vrijenhoek)
1968-1997 box 28:
folder 12
Val, Francisca Carolina, 1 of 2 folders
1973-1975 box 29:
folder 1
Val, Francisca Carolina, 2 of 2 folders
1976-1996 box 29:
folder 2
Vanzolini, P. E. (Paulo Emilio)
1974-1998 box 29:
folder 3
Vickery, Robert K.
1970-1971 box 29:
folder 4
Villa, Jaime
1975-1979 box 29:
folder 5
Voice of Reason
1981-1982 box 29:
folder 6
Vrba, Elizabeth S.
1980-1986 box 29:
folder 7
W, general correspondence (W.H. Freeman-Western Airlines), 1 of 2 folders
1944-2004 box 29:
folder 8
W, general correspondence (Wick-Wortley), 2 of 2 folders,
1952-2000 box 29:
folder 9
Wagner, Warren L.
1985 box 29:
folder 10
Walker, E. Perot
1982 box 29:
folder 11
Wallace, Bruce
1971-19961 folderbox 29:
folder 12

Subject(s): American Institute of Biological Sciences; Dobzhansky, Theodosius; Society for the Study of Evolution; Teaching; Evolution

Walter, G. H. (Gimme Hugh), 1954-
1987 box 29:
folder 13
Wang, Junqi
1989-1991 box 29:
folder 14
Ward's Natural Science Establishment
1952-1956 box 29:
folder 15
Washington University
1942-19886 box 29:
folder 16
Wasserman, Marvin
1963-1989 box 29:
folder 17

-See also Series I, Thompson, James N., Jr.

Watanabe, Takao K.
1970-1992 box 29:
folder 18
Watson, G. F. (Graeme Field)
1977-1979 box 30:
folder 1
Wau Ecology Institute
1978-1981 box 30:
folder 2
Wei, Irene Yi-Lien
n.d.