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10.5 inch tape recording of 'The Logic of the Mind'

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 13/6/2/1
  • File
  • 29 December 1965
  • Part of Personal Papers

Contains an audio recording (53 minutes and 45 seconds long) of "J Bronowski speaking in Berkeley December 29, 1965 before the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The Society of the Sigma Xi and The United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa".

17th International Design Conference in Aspen on 'Order and Disorder', 18-23 June 1967

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 8/24
  • File
  • 1966-August 1967
  • Part of Personal Papers

Comprises: a programme for the conference; 2 booklets (one inscribed) of conference proceedings (short essays by each speaker) including Bronowski's ideas to summarise the conference; and a folder containing a typescript reporting on Bronowski's closing speech at the conference, Bronowski's handwritten notes for his speech, a Salk Institute press release about Bronowski's speech, biographies of speakers at the conference, a card with 2 black and white photographs of Bronowski delivering his speech at the conference, and a copy of a press cutting reporting on the conference.

Also includes a conference proceedings publication from the 1966 International Design Conference in Aspen on 'Sources and Resources in Twentieth-Century Design'.

1950 and all that

Typewritten talk with pencil markings titled "1950 and all that" for the Concours Internationale d'Execution Musicale.

Hurford, Peter

"1970 & 1971 Reprints, Cohn Laboratory"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/5/2/4
  • File
  • 1970-1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of reprints and photocopies of papers by Melvin Cohn, Peter Bretscher, Siddhartha Sarkar, Peter Ralph, K. Horibata, A. W. Harris, A. John Harris and Alan Sher.

All papers are published versions.

"1970 & 1971 Reprints, Dr. Jacob Bronowski" and "Cancer Council Lab."

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/5/2/2
  • File
  • 1970-1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of typescripts and reprints of papers by Bronowski, Paul M. Knopf, Garth I. Nicolson and Yong Sung Choi.

All papers are published versions except for 'A Difference in the Topology of Normal and Tumor Cell Membranes…' by Nicolson (typescript), 'Identification of the Terminal Saccharides on Sperm Plasma Membranes using Specific Agglutinins' by Nicolson and Ryuzo Yanagimachi (typescript), 'Current Status of Research on the Immune Response to Parasitic Diseases in Humans' by Knopf (typescript) and 'Protest and Prospect' by Bronowski (annotated typescript).

"1970 & 1971 Reprints, Dulbecco Laboratory"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/5/2/3
  • File
  • 1969-1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of typescripts and reprints of papers by Renato Dulbecco, S. Tonegawa, Marguerite Vogt, James J. Champoux and R. Roblin.

All papers are published versions except for a report about work on 'Oncogenic Viruses' by Dulbecco (June 1970, typescript).

"1970 & 1971 Reprints, Holley Laboratory, Guillemin Laboratory"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/5/2/6
  • File
  • May 1968-1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of typescripts, abstracts, reprints and photocopies of papers by Robert W. Holley, B. Breier, Dieter Paul, Maureen S. May, W. Thomas Shier, Roger Guillemin, Max Amoss, Wylie Vale, Roger Burgus, Richard E. Blackwell and Norman Fleischer.

All papers are published versions except for abstracts and typescripts of 'Purification, Amino Acid Composition and N-Terminus of the Hypothalamic Luteinizing Hormone Factor…' by Amoss et al., '…A Synthetic Analogue with Specific Activity greater than that of TRF' by Vale et al., 'In Vitro Plasma inactivation of Thyrotropin Releasing Factor (TRF) and related Peptides…' by Vale et al., ' A Double Antibody Radioimmunoassay for Bovine and Ovine Prolactin' by Blackwell and Amoss, 'Pituitary Hormones, Chapter 4: TSH' and 'Pituitary Hormones, Chapter 5: FSH and LH' by Guillemin.

"1970 & 1971 Reprints, Members of the Salk Institute"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/5/2/1
  • File
  • December 1969-December 1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of typescripts and reprints of papers by Ursula Bellugi, Suzanne Bourgeois, David Schubert, Stephen F. Heinemann and Walter Eckhart.

All papers are published versions except for 'Induced Differentiation of a Neuroblastoma' by Schubert et al. (photocopies of proofs), 'Acetylcholine Esterase Induction in a Mouse Neuroblastoma' by Schubert et al. (typescript), and 'Remembering with and without words' by Bellugi and Patricia Siple (draft of paper for a colloquium)

"1970 & 1971 Reprints, Salk Laboratory, Orgel Laboratory, Lennox Laboratory"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/5/2/5
  • File
  • December 1969-1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of reprints and photocopies of papers by Jonas Salk, Fred C. Westall, Ann E. Kaplan, Leslie Orgel, H. Schneider-Bernloehr, R. Saffhill, R. Lohrmann, Robert A. Sanchez, Michael J. Dowler, Nancy M. Chung, Edwin S. Lennox, Gunther Dennert, Hansruedi Kiefer, I. S. Trowbirdge and Fritz Melchers.

All papers are published versions.

"1970 Annual Report of the Director to The Board of Trustees and The Members of the Corporation"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/2/8/2
  • File
  • January 1970-February 1970
  • Part of Personal Papers

Comprises Bronowski's copy of the report [prepared for the annual meetings of Fellows and of the Corporation of the Salk Institute]. Includes reports from Fellows of the Institute about their work (including Bronowski's work on "humane studies" and the Council for Biology in Human Affairs).

1971 Annual Report of the Director to The Board of Trustees and The Members of the Corporation

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/2/8/3
  • File
  • January 1971-February 1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Comprises Bronowski's copy of the report [prepared for the annual meetings of Fellows and of the Corporation of the Salk Institute], with the Director's Report to the Fellows and a separate appendix containing reports from Fellows of the Institute about their work (including Bronowski's work on "humane studies" and the Council for Biology in Human Affairs, and Ursula Bellugi's work on language and communication).

Also includes a draft report with a photocopy of a note by Jonas Salk (2 Feb 1971).

"1972 Renaissance Symposium, 'The Hispanic Renaissance and the Vision of America', 5, 6, 7 May"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/4/2/9
  • File
  • April 1972-c. May 1972
  • Part of Personal Papers

Comprises copies of papers given at the symposium. With a programme, list of participants, poster for a lecture by George A Kubler on 'Renascences in American Antiquity', and a copy of a letter from Roy Harvey Pearce (University of California, San Diego) sending Bronowski the papers and regrets that Bronowski could not attend.

"1973 Annual Report of the Director to The Board of Trustees and The Members of the Corporation"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 10/2/8/6
  • File
  • November 1972-February 1973
  • Part of Personal Papers

Comprises Bronowski's copy of the report [prepared for the annual meetings of Fellows and of the Corporation of the Salk Institute]. The volume contains the Director's Reports to the Board of Trustees and to the Fellows, and reports of work being done by Fellows and in laboratories across the Salk Institute.

"1984 Could be a Good Year - Subsidiary rights"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 5/5/32
  • File
  • 1 February 1971-11 February 1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of correspondence with Quadrangle Books, Inc. on reprinting Bronowski's article '1984 Could Be a Good Year' (originally in New York Times Magazine, 15 Jul 1962) in a book on 'Technology and Social Change'.

1e Symphonie pour Grand Orgue op. 14

1e Symphonie pour Grand Orgue op. 14 [1st Symphony for Grand Organ op. 14]. By Louis Vierne.
Published by J. Hamelle, Editeur, Paris.

Contents:

  • Prelude
  • Fugue
  • Pastorale
  • Allegro Vivace
  • Andante
  • Final

Vierne, Louis

'20th Century Man'

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 13/18/5
  • Subseries
  • 1971
  • Part of Personal Papers

Comprises audio recordings for a series of four television programmes made for KPBS TV (San Diego).

"21st Anniversary of Science & Human Values"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 3/8/3/11
  • File
  • 26 April 1973-11 May 1973
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of correspondence on Bronowski not being able to address the Technology and Culture Seminar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as part of a series on 'The Images of Man', and on a possible joint MIT and Salk Institute symposium to celebrate the 21st anniversary of 'Science and Human Values' [talks given at MIT by Bronowski] in Autumn 1973.

3me. Symphonie en ut mineur, Op. 78

3me. Symphonie en ut mineur [3rd Symphony in C minor], Op. 78. By Camille Saint-Saëns.
Full score.
Published by Durand & Cie Editeurs, Paris.

Saint-Saëns, Camille

"6th Annual Nobel Conference"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 9/4/81
  • File
  • 31 March 1969-22 February 1972
  • Part of Personal Papers

Comprises correspondence relating to Bronowski delivering a lecture on 'The Creative Process' for a Nobel conference on 'Creativity' at Gustavus Adolphus College, St Peter, Minnesota (7-8 January 1970), and its subsequent publication.

Also includes: a typescript of Bronowski's lecture; a typescript of 'Philosophy of Creativity: an experimental strategy for institutional self-renewal' by Daniel A Ferber and a letter from Ferber (Vice President for Academic Administration, Gustave Adolphus College) on visiting the Salk Institute and watching 'The Face of Violence' rehearsal at the Globe Theatre; a letter from Rubin Gotesky (editor, 'The Philosophy Forum' journal) criticising Bronowski's paper on 'The Creative Process'; correspondence with Frank R Barth (president, Gustavus Adolphus College) on Bronowski endorsing the Nobel conference programme as they were applying for funding; a conference programme; and a "speaking engagement" information sheet [made for the file].

7 inch tape recording of 'The Logic of the Mind'

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 13/6/2/2
  • File
  • 29 December 1965
  • Part of Personal Papers

Contains an audio recording (52.5 minutes long) of "J Bronowski speaking in Berkeley December 29, 1965 before the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The Society of the Sigma Xi and The United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa".

76., 8 lines

Piece for organ and voices. Incipit of lyrics: "For thee, O dear, dear country..." [Lutheran Hymn]. On the last page there is a choral piece: 10 4. 10 4. 10 10. ("Lead, birdly light, amid the enriching gloan").

Hurford, Peter

"8.30pm. Dr [David] Suzuki Speaker"

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 13/20/2/8
  • File
  • 17 October 1977
  • Part of Personal Papers

Consists of an audio recording from a session on 'The New Titans: Science in the Modern Age' at 'The Legacy of Jacob Bronowski' symposium.

Side A is 46 minutes and 10 seconds long. Side B is 17 minutes and 45 seconds long.

A Child of our Time

A Child of our Time. Oratorio for soli, chorus and orchestra. By Michael Tippett (words and music).
Full Vocal and piano reduction score.
Published by Schott & Co. Ltd., London.

Tippett, Michael

A Child of Our Time - Ich Habe Genug

Cathedral and Abbey Church of Saint Alban. A Child of Our Time (Michael Tippett) and Ich Habe Genug (BWV 82. J. S. Bach).
Musicians: Sona Ardonz (soprano), David Lennox (tenor), Cynthia Bateman (contralto), Michael Rippon (bass), Hilary Davan-Wetton (harpsichord). St. Albans Bach Choir. The Jacques Orchestra (leader: Ivor McMahon). Conducted by Peter Hurford.

A contribution to the discussion about Renovatio Monetae, by Peter Sawyer

"A contribution to the discussion about Renovatio Monetae", by Peter Sawyer, typescript, four pages on four folios (recto only), dated 20 May 1964, which takes "Stewart Lyon's interesting discussion of Renovatio Monetae in eleventh-century England" as its point of departure. There are some marginal annotations and, in the upper right margin of the first page, the following note in manuscript in pencil: "In v[ery] gr[eat] haste, Many thanks for the letter, Peter".

Sawyer, Peter H.

A ditty for Karen

"A ditty for Karen". Song for voice and piano in D major. Lyrics and music by Peter Hurford.

Hurford, Peter

A due Cimbali

A due Cimbali (1704). By Bernardo Pasquini.
Photocopy of a handwritten copy.

Pasquini, Bernardo

'A Future for Coalmining'

  • JCPP/Bronowski/Bronowski/Bronowski 1/7/11
  • Item
  • November 1955
  • Part of Personal Papers

A copy of 'The Mining Electrical and Mechanical Engineer' journal containing an article by Bronowski on coal mining.

A Garland for the Queen

A Garland for the Queen. Music for the eve of Coronation Day. Royal Festival Hall.
Musicians: The Golden Age Singers (Directed by Margaret Field Hyde): Margaret Field Hyde, Elsie Suddaby, John Whitworth, Rene Soames, Maurice Bevan. William Parsons. Augmented choir of the Cambridge University Madrigal Society. A section of the Philharmonia Orchestra (Leaders: Manoug Parikian and Max Salpeter). Conductors: Anthony Lewis, Boris Ord, R. Vaughan Williams.
Organ: Garth Benson. Harpsichord: Thurston Dart.
Programme:
God Save the Queen
Round for four voices Allegra Anglia (Anon.)
Masque: The Vision of Britain, from King Arthur (conducted by Anthony Lewis) (Purcell)
Madrigals, from The Triumphs of Oriana (conducted by Boris Ord) (Purcell)
Fantasia for Double String Orchestra on a theme by Thomas Tallis (R. Vaughan Williams. Conducted by the composer)
Interval
A Garland for the Queen. Specially commissioned by the Arts Council of Great Britain
Anthem: The King shall rejoice (conducted by Boris Ord) (Handel)

A. H. Baldwin & Sons

Correspondence of A. H. Baldwin & Sons with Ian Stewart

A. H. Baldwin & Sons

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