Robert S. Morison papers, [ca.1966]-1986.


Morison, Robert S., 1906-1986. Robert S. Morison papers, [ca.1966]-1986.

Robert S. Morison papers, [ca.1966]-1986.

Mostly National Science Foundation correspondence, printed material, board minutes, articles, and other records; also, records of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; National Institute of Health-International Research; the Cornell University Center for International Studies; and other papers of Robert S. Morison. Also, files relating to Morison's work with the Cornell Program on Science, Technology, and Society.

10.1 cubic ft.

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