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University of Chicago Library

Guide to the Ronald H. Coase Papers 1805-2013

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Coase, Ronald H. Papers

Dates:

1805-2013

Size:

112.5 linear feet (186 boxes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Ronald H. Coase (1910-2013) was an influential economist and one of the founders of the field of law and economics. He was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in 1991 in recognition of his work on transaction costs, firms, property rights, and institutional economics. Coase held positions at the London School of Economics, the University of Buffalo, and the University of Virginia before finishing his career at the University of Chicago Law School. His work covered a wide range of topics, including public utilities, the post office, broadcasting, lighthouses, and the economic development of China. This collection primarily documents Coase’s research, writing, and correspondence with colleagues. It includes drafts, typescripts, reprints, text of lectures, notes, reports, letters, and research files. Also included are photographs, clippings, personal ephemera, artifacts, and copies of academic journal articles. The collection ranges in date from 1805-2013, with the bulk of the material dating from 1950-2010.

Information on Use

Access

The collection is open for research, with the exception of Series X, which contains financial, personnel, and student information to which access is restricted. Subseries 1 and 2 contain financial, legal, and personnel information that are restricted for 50 years from the record’s date of creation. Subseries 3 contains student information and is restricted for 80 years from the record’s date of creation.

The digital media, film, and VHS video cassettes in Series VII do not contain access copies. Researchers will need to consult with staff before requesting this material.

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Coase, Ronald H. Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Biographical Note

Ronald Coase was one of the more influential economists of the twentieth century. His work in the field of law and economics prompted new ways of thinking about the relationship between markets, firms, property, and the government. In 1991, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in recognition of his two most influential essays, “The Nature of the Firm” (1937) and “The Problem of Social Cost” (1960), as well as for his role as editor of the Journal of Law and Economics.

Ronald Harry Coase was born on December 29, 1910 in Willesden, England, to Henry Joseph and Rosalie Giles. His father worked for the Postal Office, as had his mother prior to her marriage. He later recounted that his early education was unique. As a child he wore leg braces and attended a primary school for children with physical disabilities. At the age of twelve, a year later than most students, he received a scholarship to Kilburn Grammar School. Following this, Coase entered the London School of Economics in October 1929. While there, he took a seminar with Professor Arnold Plant that introduced him to the ideas of Adam Smith. He later described this as a transformative event in his development as an economist. After completing his coursework at LSE, he earned a scholarship to spend a year visiting factories and businesses in the United States with the aim of developing a theory of industrial organization. He worked under the guidance of Arnold Plant and later wrote that this was another highly transformative experience, as he became aware of and began to think seriously about costs of market transactions. He graduated from the London School of Economics with a Bachelor’s of Commerce in 1932.

In 1932 Coase became an assistant lecturer at the recently established Dundee School of Economics and Commerce. As he later recalled, a lecture he delivered in one of his courses here became the foundation for the article “The Nature of the Firm,” published in 1937. In 1934, he moved to the University of Liverpool, and in 1935 to the London School of Economics. Among the courses he taught at LSE was one on public utilities, which prompted him to carry out extensive research on public utilities such as electricity and water in Great Britain.

Coase spent the World War II years doing statistical work for the British government at the Statistical Division of the Forestry Commission and Central Statistical Office. He returned to the London School of Economics in 1946, where he continued his research in public utilities. In 1948, he earned a fellowship to spend nine months in the United States studying the broadcasting industry. He earned his doctorate in economics from the University of London in 1951.

Coase came to the United States in 1951, in part due to his dissatisfaction with the state of British politics, and was a professor at the University of Buffalo from 1951-1958. He spent the 1958-1959 academic year at Stanford’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences before beginning a position at the University of Virginia, where he remained until 1964.

In 1959, after years of research, Coase published a paper on the Federal Communications Commission and its efforts to sell the radio frequency spectrum. According to recollections of Coase and several other economists, a group of University of Chicago economists disagreed with a key point in the paper and invited Coase to discuss it with them. He successfully convinced them of the merits of his position and was invited to submit a piece to the Journal of Law and Economics. This article, “The Problem of Social Cost,” was published in 1960 and became one of the most heavily cited law review articles of the twentieth century.

In 1964 Coase accepted an offer to join the faculty at the University of Chicago, where he initially held a joint appointment at the School of Law and Graduate School of Business. In 1970 he transitioned to an appointment exclusively with the Law School, and in 1971 he was named the school’s first Clifton R. Musser Professor in Economics.

At Chicago, Coase edited the Journal of Law and Economics from 1964-1982, where he was highly influential in encouraging studies and papers about the way markets and governments actually function. He is considered one of the founders of the field of law and economics and was one of the first professors of economics employed at a law school. His research at Chicago covered a wide range of topics, including blackmail, lighthouses, and the economist Alfred Marshall. He was a Senior Research Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution in 1977 and became Professor Emeritus at Chicago in 1982. Through the last years of his life, Coase remained active in the field. His research interests expanded to include the economic development of China, and he continued to write, conduct research, lecture, and organize and participate in conferences.

In addition to his two most influential articles, Coase’s publications include The Iron and Steel Industry 1926-1935: An Investigation Based on the Accounts of Public Companies (1940), with R.S. Edwards and R.F. Fowler; British Broadcasting: A Study in Monopoly (1950); Educational TV: Who Should Pay? (1968) with Edward W. Barrett; The Firm, the Market and the Law (1988); Essays on Economics and Economists (1994); and How China Became Capitalist (2012), written with Ning Wang, a longtime research assistant.

In 2013, the Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics at the University of Chicago Law School was named in his honor following a donation from Richard and Ellen Sandor. In addition to the Nobel Prize, Coase was awarded numerous honorary degrees, awards, and fellowships, including an Innovation Award from The Economist in 2003.

Ronald Coase married Marian Ruth Hartung, a cellist and teacher, in 1937. They met in Chicago, her hometown, in 1932 during his travels in the United States. She predeceased him in 2012. Ronald Coase died in Chicago on September 2, 2013.

Scope Note

The Ronald H. Coase Papers are organized into ten series:

I. Personal and Biographical

II.Correspondence

III. Writing

IV.Research

V.Teaching

VI. Writing by Others

VII.Audiovisual

VIII.Oversize

IX.Artifacts

X.Restricted

Series I, Personal and Biographical, contains brief biographies, curriculum vitae, documents related to awards and honors Coase received, personal correspondence, art and travel ephemera, notes, clippings and publications reflecting personal interests of Ronald and Marian Coase, and French-language material. More detailed information about the series can be found in the inventory section. Some of Coase's friends were also colleagues and therefore have correspondence in both this series and Series II, Correspondence. The material ranges in date from 1805-2013, with the bulk dating from the 1950s-2000s.

Series II, Correspondence, consists of Ronald Coase’s professional correspondence, including both incoming and outgoing letters. Correspondents include other economists; colleagues at his places of employment, and research assistants. The correspondence covers topics such as research, papers, and projects; professional associations; the publishing process; and issues in the field of law and economics. There are also a significant amount of unsolicited letters from individuals seeking advice, offering papers for Coase to read, or inviting him to speak at an event or present at an upcoming conference. In general, documents that accompanied the correspondence have been left with it, so many folders also include typescripts, articles, reports, and notes. The material ranges in date from 1928-2013.

Series III, Writing, contains articles, texts of lectures and interviews, book chapters, papers, and reports by Ronald Coase. It includes handwritten drafts, typescripts, reprints, copies, and published versions of this work. Reviews, notes, correspondence, and small amounts of research directly related to a particular piece of writing are generally included in this series. The material ranges in date from 1934-2013.

Series IV, Research, contains Ronald Coase's extensive research files. It includes notes, government documents from Great Britain and the United States, reports, clippings, copies of 19th century documents from other libraries and archives, correspondence, and articles. It is arranged in to subseries according to the following topics: Public Utilities and Water Supply, Broadcasting, Post Office, Alfred Marshall, Lighthouses, Blackmail, General Motors and Fisher Body, Nobel Prize Winners, and general bibliographies, resource lists, and citation analysis. More detailed information about each subseries can be found in the inventory section. The material ranges in date from 1890-2009, with the bulk dating from the 1950s-2000s.

Series V, Teaching, contains a small amount of material that appears to have been related to Ronald Coase’s teaching, mostly a large set of notes on court cases from the course Business 386. Most of the other documents in this series were not clearly labeled, so the particular course or seminar they correspond to is often not known. The material ranges in date from the 1930s-1982, with a number of undated items.

Series VI, Writing by Others, contains articles, papers, and other writings not by Ronald Coase. This includes academic journal articles, mostly from the fields of economics and law; conference papers; journals, newsletters, reports, and brochures; and newspaper and magazine articles. One series contains articles about Ronald Coase and his work, and another is devoted to writing by and about Duncan Black, a British economist. More detailed information about each subseries can be found in the inventory section. The writings range in date from 1887-2013, although many appear to be late twentieth or early twenty first century reprints or copies.

Series VII, Audiovisual, contains photographs, negatives, digital media, two VHS cassette tapes, unlabeled moving picture film, and a microfilm reel. The photographs are mostly images from Ronald and Marian Coase’s personal life, particularly their travels in Europe and apartment in the South of France. Some of these images are dated or labeled, likely by Marian Coase. Also included are some images that appear to be of the Coase’s family and friends, although many are unlabeled and undated. Some of the unlabeled photographs appear to date from as early as the late 19th century. The most recent is from 2013. The digital media dates from 2008-2012 and mostly consists of recordings from the 2008 conference on the economic transformation of China organized by Ronald Coase and Ning Wang.

Series VIII, Oversize, contains material too large to fit in legal-size folders. It mostly corresponds to the Research series, particularly to the topics of broadcasting and Alfred Marshall, although most of the other series are represented as well. It also includes diplomas, personal clippings and publications, a few pieces of Ronald Coase’s writing, and writings by others. The material ranges in date from 1924-2012 and includes a significant number of copies of 19th century documents.

Series IX, Artifacts, contains physical artifacts, mostly from Ronald Coase’s personal life or related to honors he received. The material ranges in date from 1807-2012.

Series X, Restricted, contains material to which access is restricted. Subseries 1 contains financial, legal, and personnel information, from both Ronald Coase’s personal life and the University of Chicago, and is restricted for 50 years from the date of the record’s creation. The series will be fully open in 2061. Subseries 2 contains letters of recommendations for colleagues and is restricted for 50 years from the date of the record’s creation. It will be fully open in 2050. Subseries 3 contains student information, mostly letters of recommendation, which is restricted for 80 years from the record’s date of creation. The series will be fully open in 2090.

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Personal and Biographical

Subseries 1, Biographical, contains general biographical information, including a brief autobiography, curriculum vitae, and genealogical material. It is arranged alphabetically. The material ranges in date from 1935-2012.

Subseries 2, Awards and Honors, contains documents related to honors that Coase received over the course of his career, including the 1991 Nobel Prize in Economics and various honorary degrees from universities in the United States and Europe. It is arranged chronologically. The material ranges in date from 1948-2012.

Subseries 3, Correspondence, contains personal correspondence, including a significant amount between Ronald and Marian (Hartung) Coase, from both before and after their marriage. This material has been placed first and arranged chronologically. Following this is a small amount of correspondence from close family members, and then general personal correspondence, including greeting cards and letters from acquaintances such as colleagues from the economics field, extended family members, and neighbors. This material is arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the correspondent. The material ranges in date from 1932-2013.

Subseries 4, General, contains notes, ephemera, clippings, and miscellaneous personal material, such as the “Phrenological Study of Character” from his childhood that Ronald Coase refers to in his autobiographical essay. It also includes some material from Marian Coase. The series is arranged alphabetically. The material ranges in date from 1908-2012.

Subseries 5, Financial and Legal, contains a small amount of financial and legal documents that are not restricted, mostly from Coase’s time at the University of Buffalo. It is arranged chronologically. The material ranges in date from 1957-2010.

Subseries 6, French Language material, contains readings and assignments from French classes that the Coases enrolled in and is arranged alphabetically. The material ranges in date from 1927-1991.

Subseries 7, Publications, contains magazines, catalogs, articles, and clippings reflecting the personal interests of Ronald Coase and his wife, Marian, which included travel, art, dance, music, and home improvement. Also included are a few booklets from the War Office in Britain from 1939-1940. The series is arranged alphabetically. The material ranges in date from 1805-2012.

Subseries 1: Biographical

Box 1    Folder 1

Autobiography, undated

Box 1    Folder 2

Autobiography in Chinese, undated

Box 1    Folder 3

Bibliographies and lists of publications, 1977, 2006, 2011, undated

Box 1    Folder 4

Biographical information for University of Chicago and professional associations; University of Chicago Press releases, 1971-1993

Box 1    Folder 5

Biographies for Who’s Who publications, 1992-2004

Box 1    Folder 6

Biography (one page), undated

Box 1    Folder 7

Biographies, 2003, 2012

Box 1    Folder 8

Birth certificate and identification documents, 1935-circa 2000

Box 1    Folder 9

Curriculum vitae, 1997, 1998

Box 1    Folder 10

Curriculum vitae, multiple versions, undated

Box 1    Folder 11

Genealogical information – brief print outs of web pages, 2000

Box 1    Folder 12

Genealogical information – Coase family tree from Doug Turnbull, 2005, undated

Box 1    Folder 13

Passports, 1938-1988

Subseries 2: Awards and Honors

Box 1   Folder 14

American Academy of Arts and Sciences certificate of Fellowship and American Economic Association Distinguished Fellow write-up, 1978, 1980

Box 1   Folder 15

Nobel Prize nomination letters and correspondence with F.A. Hayek and Milton Friedman (copies), 1948-1984

Box 1   Folder 16

Nobel Foundation event schedules and laureate information, 1991

Box 1   Folder 17

Nobel Prize speech and name tag, 1991

Box 1   Folder 18

Nobel week program, 1991

Box 1   Folder 19

Thank you cards, circa 1991

Box 1   Folder 20

Nobel Prize press release and article, 1991

Box 1   Folder 21

Guide to the Nobel Jubilee events, 1991

Box 1   Folder 22

Marian Coase’s account of the Nobel ceremonies, 1991

Box 1   Folder 23

Dinner invitations from ambassadors, 1991

Box 1   Folder 24

Nobel scrapbook with clippings and notes from friends, circa 1991

Box 2   Folder 1

Nobel clippings, text of speech, and correspondence, 1991-1993

Box 2   Folder 2

Invitation and program for honorary dinner in Chicago, 1992

Box 2   Folder 3

The Law School Record with article on Ronald Coase, Spring 1992

Box 2   Folder 4

Nobel Prize invitation for nominations and Nobel Conference magazine, 1994, 2001

Box 2   Folder 5

Nobel Foundation Annual Review, 2011

Box 2   Folder 6

Economist Innovation Award, 2003

Box 2   Folder 7

Templeton Honor Roll for Education in a Free Society certificate, 1998

Box 2   Folder 8

University at Buffalo conference honoring Ronald Coase - invitation, agenda, and papers, 2012

Box 2   Folder 9

University at Buffalo conference honoring Ronald Coase - conference booklet with copies of clippings and articles on Coase’s career, 2012

Box 2   Folder 10

University of Cologne and University of Dundee honorary degrees, 1988, 1992

Box 2   Folder 11

Washington University honorary degree, 1990-1991

Box 2   Folder 12

Yale University honorary degree clippings and copy of program, 1989

Subseries 3: Correspondence

Box 2   Folder 13

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, January 1932

Box 2   Folder 14

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, June-August 1932

Box 2   Folder 15

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, September 1932

Box 2   Folder 16

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, October 1932

Box 2   Folder 17

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, November 1932

Box 2   Folder 18

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, December 1932

Box 3   Folder 1

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, January-February 1933

Box 3   Folder 2

Letter from Marian Hartung to Ronald Coase, March 1933

Box 3   Folder 3

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, September-December 1933

Box 3   Folder 4

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, January-April 1934

Box 3   Folder 5

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, May-July 1934

Box 3   Folder 6

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, September-December 1934

Box 3   Folder 7

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, February-March 1935

Box 3   Folder 8

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, May-August 1935

Box 3   Folder 9

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, October 1935

Box 3   Folder 10

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, January-March 1936

Box 3   Folder 11

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, August-October 1936

Box 3   Folder 12

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, November-December 1936

Box 3   Folder 13

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, January-March 1937

Box 3   Folder 14

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, July 1937

Box 3   Folder 15

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Hartung, undated

Box 3   Folder 16

Letters from Ronald Coase to Marian Coase, 1945

Box 3   Folder 17

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, January 1958

Box 3   Folder 18

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, March 1958

Box 3   Folder 19

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, July 1958

Box 3   Folder 20

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, August 1958

Box 3   Folder 21

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, September 1958

Box 3   Folder 22

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, October 1958

Box 3   Folder 23

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, November 1958

Box 3   Folder 24

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, December 1958

Box 4   Folder 1

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, January 1959

Box 4   Folder 2

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, May 1959

Box 4   Folder 3

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, June 1959 [1 of 2]

Box 4   Folder 4

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, June 1959 [2 of 2]

Box 4   Folder 5

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, July 1959

Box 4   Folder 6

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, 1964

Box 4   Folder 7

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, 1965

Box 4   Folder 8

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, September 7, 1968

Box 4   Folder 9

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, 1973

Box 4   Folder 10

Ronald and Marian Coase correspondence, 1976

Box 4   Folder 11

Postcards from parents of Ronald Coase and other family, 1949-1955, undated

Box 4   Folder 12

Mrs. Henry J. Hartung to Marian and Ronald, June 10, 1959

Box 4   Folder 13

Myrtle to Marian Coase, November 27, 1967

Box 4   Folder 14

To mother and father, 1932

Box 4   Folder 15

Postcards from “Dad,” 1954-1963

Box 4   Folder 16

Letter to Mrs. Coase from Marian Coase, 1968 August 13

Box 4   Folder 17

Letter to Aunt Marian and Uncle Ronald from Brian and Vivien, and watercolor of Ronald and Marian, 2001-2003

Box 4   Folder 18

Envelopes and postcards to Elmira Hartung or Mrs. H.J. Hartung, 1915-1955

Box 4   Folder 19

Envelopes addressed to Elmira Hartung or Mrs. H.J. Hartung, 1931-1966 [1 of 2]

Box 4   Folder 20

Envelopes addressed to Elmira Hartung or Mrs. H.J. Hartung, 1931-1966 [2 of 2]

Box 4   Folder 21

Acheson, Alice and Dean, undated

Box 4   Folder 22

Montgomery of Alamein, 1949

Box 4   Folder 23

American Heart Association envelopes, undated

Box 4   Folder 24

Atlee, Clement and Violet, 1951

Box 4   Folder 25

A, 2007

Box 4   Folder 26

Benham, Alexandra, 1989-2012

Box 4   Folder 27

Binhai, Fei, 2003-2013

Box 4   Folder 28

Mountbattens of Burma, undated

Box 4   Folder 29

B, 1978-2011

Box 5   Folder 1

Chattler, Jan, Lea, and Miki, 2004-2005, undated

Box 5   Folder 2

Cheung, Steven N.S. and Ronald, and Linda Su, 1991-2005, undated

Box 5   Folder 3

Choy, Lennon and family – cards and family photographs, undated

Box 5   Folder 4

Churchill, Clementine, 1951

Box 5   Folder 5

Clarke, Ashley, and [Vin?], undated

Box 5   Folder 6

Coase, Kathryn, regarding genealogy, August 8, 2000

Box 5   Folder 7

Cooper-Leconte, Patrick and Ann Gaelle, 2003-2013

Box 5   Folder 8

Cranberg, Lawrence and Charlotte, 2001-2006

Box 5   Folder 9

C, 2005-2011

Box 5   Folder 10

D, 1991-2011

Box 5   Folder 11

Eden, Clarissa and Anthony, undated

Box 5   Folder 12

Espinoza, Martha, 2004-2011

Box 5   Folder 13

E, 1972-2004, undated

Box 5   Folder 14

Fowler, Ronald and Brenda, 1959, undated

Box 5   Folder 15

Fraser of North Cape, undated

Box 5   Folder 16

Friends from China, circa 2000s

Box 5   Folder 17

F, 2001-2011, undated

Box 5   Folder 18

Gordon, Wendy, 1991-2011

Box 5   Folder 19

Grossman, Linda, 1995-2013

Box 6   Folder 1

G, 1950-2006

Box 6   Folder 2

Harris family, 2003-2010

Box 6   Folder 3

Harris, Ralph, 2002-2004

Box 6   Folder 4

Lord Henderson, undated

Box 6   Folder 5

Hubbard Street Dance, 2002-2011

Box 6   Folder 6

H, 2004-2010, undated

Box 6   Folder 7

Institute of Economic Affairs, 1974, undated

Box 6   Folder 8

Jeans, Angela, 1962

Box 6   Folder 9

K, 1961-2002

Box 6   Folder 10

Landa, Janet, 1994-2010

Box 6   Folder 11

Law School Development, 2010

Box 6   Folder 12

L, 1996-2011

Box 6   Folder 13

M, 1954-2012

Box 6   Folder 14

Letters to Nobel laureates, 2004, 2012

Box 6   Folder 15

N, 1968-1969

Box 6   Folder 16

Ohe, S., undated

Box 6   Folder 17

P, 1979-2004, undated

Box 6   Folder 18

R, 1950-2010, undated

Box 6   Folder 19

de la Shameen, Clos, 1974-1980

Box 6   Folder 20

Shannon, Rachel, undated

Box 6   Folder 21

S, 1979-2012

Box 6   Folder 22

T, 1974-2011

Box 6   Folder 23

Duke and Duchess of Windsor, undated

Box 7   Folder 1

V-W, 1952-2013

Box 7   Folder 2

Y-Z, 1964-2005

Box 7   Folder 3

Zyw, Aleksander and Leslie, 1942-1976

Box 7   Folder 4

Marcus and Connie, Royal Household, 1954

Box 7   Folder 5

No last name or name illegible, 1934-2011

Box 7   Folder 6

Blank postcards depicting England and Chile, undated

Subseries 4: General

Box 7   Folder 7

“A School boy talk – geography of Willesden,” circa 1920s

Box 7   Folder 8

Address book, undated

Box 7   Folder 9

Appointment books, 1990-2005

Box 7   Folder 10

Art and travel ephemera and photographs, 1960-1963, undated

Box 7   Folder 11

Business cards and addresses, undated

Box 7   Folder 12

Century of Progress exposition brochures and Marian Hartung employee identification card, 1934

Box 7   Folder 13

Ephemera, 2011-2012

Box 7   Folder 14

European trip itinerary, undated

Box 7   Folder 15

Hotel stationary, undated

Box 7   Folder 16

Leather samples, undated

Box 7   Folder 17

Marian Coase passports and ephemera, 1934-1995

Box 7   Folder 18

Marian Ruth Hartung (Coase) – copy of birth certificate from 1912, birth registration notification, notes, and ephemera, undated

Box 7   Folder 19

Marian Coase’s yearbook of the Wednesday Music Club, 1964

Box 7   Folder 20

Menu for Paquebot La Lorraine, 1908

Box 8   Folder 1

Notebooks, undated

Box 8   Folder 2

Notes, circa 1986

Box 8   Folder 3

Notes – addresses and phone numbers, 1997-2000, undated

Box 8   Folder 4

Notes, 2002

Box 8   Folder 5

Notes, 2007

Box 8   Folder 6

Notes and ephemera, 2000s

Box 8   Folder 7

Notes, undated

Box 8   Folder 8

Notes and pencil sketches, undated

Box 8   Folder 9

Notes and obituary for Edwin Shannon, 2004

Box 8   Folder 10

Le Nozze de Figaro invitation, 1989

Box 8   Folder 11

Photograph book from Sheng Hong and family, 2010

Box 8   Folder 12

Postage stamps, 1969

Box 8   Folder 13

Phrenological study of character for Ronald Coase, 1922

Box 8   Folder 14

Postcards, clippings, and other ephemera, circa 1930s-1950s

Box 8   Folder 15

Stamps and addresses, 1968-1989, undated

Box 8   Folder 16

Tadpole and turtle photographs, undated

Box 8   Folder 17

Travel ephemera, undated

Box 8   Folder 18

Travel ephemera and postcards, undated

Box 8   Folder 19

Travel ephemera, sheet music, music notes, and correspondence from Marian Coase, 1963-1973, undated

Box 8   Folder 20

Venice mosaic souvenir, undated

Subseries 5: Financial and legal

Box 8   Folder 21

Invoices and warranty, 1957-1964, 1971

Box 8   Folder 22

University of Buffalo payroll statements, 1956-1958

Box 8   Folder 23

University of Buffalo Ford Foundation research project financial reports, 1957

Box 8   Folder 24

University of Buffalo Ford Foundation research project financial reports, 1957-1958

Box 8   Folder 25

University of Buffalo travel statements, 1957-1958

Box 8   Folder 26

University of Buffalo supplies statements, 1957-1958

Box 8   Folder 27

University of Buffalo equipment statements, 1958

Box 8   Folder 28

University of Buffalo expense statements, undated

Box 8   Folder 29

Notebook with expenses, 1960

Box 9   Folder 1

University of Virginia financial statements, 1960-1962

Box 9   Folder 2

Park Astor Condominium documents, 1991

Box 9   Folder 3

Mailings from financial companies and blank tax forms, 2004-2010

Subseries 6: French Language material

Box 9   Folder 4

Alliance Francaise de Chicago newsletters, 1979-1985

Box 9   Folder 5

French language assignments, 1965-1991 [1 of 2]

Box 9   Folder 6

French language assignments, 1965-1991 [2 of 2]

Box 9   Folder 7

French language newsletters - La nouvelle letter, October 1991 and Nouvelles du Service Scientifique du Consulat Général de France a Chicago, 1993

Box 9   Folder 8

French Vocabularies for Repeition, booklet by Victor Spiers, and notes, 1927, undated

Box 9   Folder 9

Notebooks and notes, undated

Box 9   Folder 10

Notes, 1947-1991 [1 of 2]

Box 10   Folder 1

Notes, 1947-1991 [2 of 2]

Box 10   Folder 2

Notes, 1975

Box 10   Folder 3

Notes in appointment books, circa 1971-1986

Box 10   Folder 4

Readings, circa 1976-1984 [1 of 2]

Box 10   Folder 5

Readings, circa 1976-1984 [2 of 2]

Box 10   Folder 6

Readings and assignments, circa 1976-1992

Box 10   Folder 7

Textbook, 1990

Box 10   Folder 8

Vocabulary lists, undated

Box 10   Folder 9

Writings and event fliers, 1980-1984, undated

Subseries 7: Publications

Box 11   Folder 1

An Illustrated Monograph of Chartres Cathedral and Chartres Cathedral color transparencies, 1950

Box 11   Folder 2

Art museum brochures, clippings, and report 1942-1987, undated

Box 11   Folder 3

Art magazines and brochures, 1983-1995

Box 11   Folder 4

Art and travel brochures and article, 1982-1999

Box 11   Folder 5

Art and travel brochures, 1989-2005

Box 11   Folder 6

Art and travel magazines and catalogues, 1986-2000

Box 11   Folder 7

Article – “A moment with a natural blonde,” by Sarah van Dooren, 2000s

Box 11   Folder 8

Article – “A reporter at large, Promenade Des Anglais,” undated

Box 11   Folder 9

Article on Edward VIII and Wallace Simpson, circa 1980s

Box 11   Folder 10

Articles on senior living communities, 2004

Box 11   Folder 11

Article – “Spender’s Lives,” 1994

Box 11   Folder 12

Article on Tunisia, 1966

Box 12   Folder 1

Auction books, 2005-2006

Box 12   Folder 2

Auction books in French, 1965-1967

Box 12   Folder 3

Bartholomew’s Road Atlas of Great Britain, with notations, undated

Box 12   Folder 4

The British Academy Review, 2001

Box 12   Folder 5

Calendars and engagement books [blank], 1954, 1976, 1981

Box 12   Folder 6

Charitable giving – newsletters and booklets for various organizations, 1984-1996 [1 of 2]

Box 12   Folder 7

Charitable giving – newsletters and booklets for various organizations, 1984-1996 [2 of 2]

Box 12   Folder 8

Chinese Tea, by Liu Tong, 2012

Box 12   Folder 9

Clippings – art, 1978

Box 12   Folder 10

Clippings of articles by H. Y. Coase and list of publications, 1964, undated

Box 13   Folder 1

Clippings – dance, 1960-1964

Box 13   Folder 2

Clippings – event recaps in newsletters (University of Chicago and Institute of Economic Affairs), 1995

Box 13   Folder 3

Clippings – financial news, Coase apartment, Margaret Thatcher, rare violins, 2008-2012, undated

Box 13   Folder 4

Clippings – home improvement and art, 1965-1989

Box 13   Folder 5

Clippings – home improvement, 1970-1978

Box 13   Folder 6

Clippings – home improvement, circa 1970s

Box 13   Folder 7

Clippings, notes, and sketch, 1973, undated

Box 13   Folder 8

Clipping of “Young Man with a dog and a cat” painting with note “painting for Fern,” 1956

Box 13   Folder 9

Clippings – war damages in Britain, 1940-1941

Box 13   Folder 10

Clippings – view of Hyde Park and spine surgery, 1989, undated

Box 13   Folder 11

Convocation booklet, University of Buckingham, 2007

Box 13   Folder 12

Corona typewriter user manual, undated

Box 13   Folder 13

Corporate reports, 1986-2000

Box 13   Folder 14

Dance programs, 1959-1972

Box 13   Folder 15

Dance programs, 1973-1991

Box 13   Folder 16

Economics newsletters and catalog, 2001-2002

Box 13   Folder 17

Exhibition booklet, the Arts Council Gallery, 1968

Box 14   Folder 1

Exhibition catalog - Eva Watson Shutze, 1985

Box 14   Folder 2

Great Britain stamp catalogues, 1970-1971, 1978

Box 14   Folder 3

Harry S. Truman College brochure featuring Ronald Coase, 1998

Box 14   Folder 4

House of Fortune menu, 2005

Box 14   Folder 5

Hubbard Street Dance clippings, 1987-1988, undated

Box 14   Folder 6

Hubbard Street Dance programs, newsletters, reports, and clippings, 1986-2003 [1 of 3]

Box 14   Folder 7

Hubbard Street Dance programs, newsletters, reports, and clippings, 1986-2003 [2 of 3]

Box 14   Folder 8

Hubbard Street Dance programs, newsletters, reports, and clippings, 1986-2003 [3 of 3]

Box 14   Folder 9

Hudibras in Three Parts, by Samuel Butler, 1805

Box 14   Folder 10

Kilburn Grammar School history and directory, 2003, undated

Box 15   Folder 1

Kilburn Grammar School Old Boys Association news, 1996-2012

Box 15   Folder 2

Kilburn Grammar School newsletter excerpts, 1999, undated

Box 15   Folder 3

Le Figaro magazine, 1980

Box 15   Folder 4

London School of Economics Alumni and Friends Membership directory, 2000

Box 15   Folder 5

London School of Economics magazine, undated

Box 15   Folder 6

Magazines – art and science, 1971-1991

Box 15   Folder 7

Magazines and journals - Graduate School of Business, Historic Preservation, and Revue des Etudes Humanines, 1978-2004

Box 15   Folder 8

Magazines - Science, economics, and others, 1978-2008

Box 15   Folder 9

Magazines - National Trust and others, 1986-2000

Box 16   Folder 1

Magazines, 2008

Box 16   Folder 2

Magazines, 2008-2010

Box 16   Folder 3

Magazines - Chicago, 1993-2001

Box 16   Folder 4

University of Chicago magazine and Annual Report, 1992, 1995

Box 16   Folder 5

Miniature edition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, undated

Box 16   Folder 6

Mont Pelerin Society membership directory, 2001, 2007

Box 16   Folder 7

Museum brochures, 1997-2003

Box 16   Folder 8

Orchestra and theater programs, 1962, undated

Box 16   Folder 9

The Parish Church of St. Candida and Holy Cross - Whitechurch and Canonicorum, 1958

Box 16   Folder 10

Publicity for books from The Free Press, 1990

Box 16   Folder 11

“The Queen of Naples: from her garden to Pompeii,” chapter from Gods, Graves, and Scholars - the Story of Archaeology, 1949

Box 16   Folder 12

Recipe and cooking clippings, 1975-1979, undated

Box 16   Folder 13

Recipe book, undated

Box 16   Folder 14

Relaxation is Easy booklet, undated

Box 16   Folder 15

Royal Oak newsletter, 1998-2003

Box 16   Folder 16

Russell Handicrafts catalogue, 1949

Box 16   Folder 17

Science magazine, 2011

Box 16   Folder 18

The Signers of the Declaration of Independence booklet, undated

Box 16   Folder 19

Twelve Caprices for Violoncello, undated [music book]

Box 16   Folder 20

Wartime Civil Defence and War Office booklets, 1939-1940

Series II: Correspondence

This series consists of Ronald Coase’s professional correspondence, including both incoming and outgoing letters. Correspondents include other economists; colleagues at his places of employment, including the London School of Economics, University of Buffalo, University of Virginia, and University of Chicago School of Law; and research assistants. The correspondence covers topics such as research, papers, and projects; professional associations; the publishing process; and issues in the field of law and economics. There are also a significant amount of unsolicited letters from individuals seeking advice, offering papers for Coase to read, or inviting him to speak at an event or present at an upcoming conference. In general, documents that accompanied the correspondence have been left with it, so many folders also include typescripts, articles, reports, and notes. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the correspondent or the name of the organization they are writing on behalf of. In most cases folders contain correspondence from multiple individuals, with folder headings representing the alphabetical range of names in the folder. Correspondence from particularly prominent individuals or those with a large amount of correspondence was placed in its own folder. The material ranges in date from 1928-2013.

Box 17   Folder 1

Aca-Alchian, 1961-1998

Box 17   Folder 2

Alcock-American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1968-2003

Box 17   Folder 3

American Enterprise Institute, 1975-1976

Box 17   Folder 4

American Enterprise Institute, 1977-1994, 2002, undated

Box 17   Folder 5

American Economic Association, 1966-2010

Box 17   Folder 6

American Law and Economics Association-Atkinson, 1964-2012

Box 17   Folder 7

Atwal-Ayanian, 1973-2012

Box 17   Folder 8

Backhaus-Barry, 1968-2005

Box 17   Folder 9

Balin-BeVier, 1970-2006

Box 18   Folder 1

Becker, Gary, 1976-2006

Box 18   Folder 2

Benham, Lee and Alexandra, 1983-2011

Box 18   Folder 3

Bell Journal of Economics and Management Science, 1970-1972

Box 18   Folder 4

Bernadelli, Hedda and Harro, 1937-1939

Box 18   Folder 5

Bevin, Ernes and Florence, 1940-1956

Box 18   Folder 6

Bicanic-Bonus, 1968-2011

Box 18   Folder 7

Black, Duncan and Almut, 1951-1981

Box 18   Folder 8

Black, Duncan and Almut, 1982-1991, undated

Box 18   Folder 9

Bornemann-Breit, 1972-1997

Box 18   Folder 10

Bowler, Ann, 1974-1981, undated [mostly regarding pay TV research; see also Broadcasting subseries of Research series]

Box 18   Folder 11

Brady, Gordon, 1991-2002

Box 19   Folder 1

Brassert, H.A., and others - letters of introduction and correspondence for Ronald Coase’s visit to United States, 1931-1932

Box 19   Folder 2

Brenner, Reuven, 1992-1993, undated

Box 19   Folder 3

Breton-Byrne, 1968-2002

Box 19   Folder 5

British Academy, 1991-1999 [Duncan Black manuscript]

Box 19   Folder 4

Brittan, Samuel, 1977-1979

Box 19   Folder 6

Brookner, Alice, 1977-1978 [Law and Economics program]

Box 19   Folder 7

Buchanan, Jim, 1957-1982 [including University of Virginia employment]

Box 19   Folder 8

Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce - Robert McGukin and others, 1992-1996

Box 19   Folder 9

Cairncross-Cho, 1969-2002

Box 19   Folder 10

Cambridge University PhD students open letter, July 19, 2001

Box 20   Folder 1

Canaan, Edward to C.R. Fry, April 22, 1928

Box 20   Folder 2

Cato Institute, including David J. Theroux and David Boaz, 1977-2013

Box 20   Folder 3

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences-Clymer, 1958-2010

Box 20   Folder 4

Chamberlin, E.H., 1934, 1948

Box 20   Folder 5

Cheung, Steven N.S., 1968-1992

Box 20   Folder 6

Cheung, Steven N.S., 2002-2012

Box 20   Folder 7

Chicago Board of Trade and UK Centre for Economic and Environmental Development, 1992-1993

Box 20   Folder 8

Choy, Lennon, 2008-2013

Box 20   Folder 9

Clarkson-Cunningham, 1968-2009

Box 20   Folder 10

Clemson University, 2001-2003

Box 20   Folder 11

Coats, A.W., 1966-1974

Box 20   Folder 12

Coats, A.W., 1975-1983

Box 20   Folder 13

Competitive Enterprise Institute, 1992-2004

Box 21   Folder 1

Cox, Braden, 1998-2004 [fax with copies of contracts and articles]

Box 21   Folder 2

da Empoli-de Soto, 1940-2008

Box 21   Folder 3

Davis, J. Ronnie, 1969-1973

Box 21   Folder 4

Demsetz, Harold, 1972-2006

Box 21   Folder 5

Dessus-Dzienkowski, 1949-2008

Box 21   Folder 6

Director, Aaron, 1956-1990

Box 21   Folder 7

Downes, Larry, and Neal, Phil C., 1992-1993 [Motorola and automated contract engineering system]

Box 21   Folder 8

Dunn, Stephen, and copies of Dunn correspondence with J.K. Galbraith, 2000-2001

Box 21   Folder 9

Duxbury, Neal, 1993-1994

Box 21   Folder 10

Earhart Foundation, including Richard A. Ware and Anthony T. Sullivan, 1977-2002

Box 21   Folder 11

Easton-Ekelund, 1964-2009

Box 21   Folder 12

Eliasson-Euroscience, 1964-2012

Box 22   Folder 1

Edwards, Ronald S. and Myrtle, 1938-1974

Box 22   Folder 2

Electricity Council, London, 1962-1963

Box 22   Folder 3

Elzinga, Kenneth, including biographical entry on Ronald Coase, 1973-1990

Box 22   Folder 4

Evans, Shirley, 1994-1999

Box 22   Folder 5

Fairbanks-Fitzgerald, 1967-2010

Box 22   Folder 6

Federal Communications Commission, 1960-1982

Box 22   Folder 7

Forsmark-Furuboth, 1969-2009

Box 22   Folder 8

Fowler, R.F., 1932 [mostly transcriptions and photocopies]

Box 22   Folder 9

Fowler, R.F., 1933 [photocopies]

Box 22   Folder 10

Fowler, R.F., 1934-1938, undated

Box 22   Folder 11

Fowler, R.F. and Brenda, 1961-1992

Box 22   Folder 12

Friedman, Milton, 1965-1983 [see also Writing series, “How Should Economists Choose,” 1981-1982]

Box 22   Folder 13

Frucht, William, with manuscript by Michael Heller, 2008

Box 23   Folder 1

Gaetani-Greenfield, 1937-2010

Box 23   Folder 2

General Electric, 1971-1975

Box 23   Folder 3

Ginsburg, Douglas, 1975-1988

Box 23   Folder 4

Goldberg, Victor P., 1975-1994

Box 23   Folder 5

Greenberger, Martin, regarding IBM Forum and MIT Sloan Management Review, 1971-1972

Box 23   Folder 6

Greenspan, Alan, 1968

Box 23   Folder 7

Greenwald-Guzman, 1973-2008

Box 23   Folder 8

Groenewegen, Peter, 1985-1993 [mostly on Alfred Marshall]

Box 23   Folder 9

Haberler-Harriss, 1960 -2002

Box 23   Folder 10

Harris, Ralph, 1959 -1993

Box 23   Folder 11

Hartwell-Hirsch, 1947-2011

Box 24   Folder 1

Hayek, F.A., 1945, 1977-1978 [including copies]

Box 24   Folder 2

Hirshleifer-Holmes, 1976-1996

Box 24   Folder 3

Holme, Marjorie, 2005-2011 [Law and Economics program]

Box 24   Folder 4

Holt-Hwang, 1937-2012

Box 24   Folder 5

Hong, Sheng, including translations of Chinese editions of Coase books, 1988-1990

Box 24   Folder 6

Hong, Sheng, 1991-2012

Box 24   Folder 7

Hoover Institution, including Glenn Campbell and Robert Hessen, 1970-1989

Box 24   Folder 8

Huang, Yasheng, letter and manuscript, 2008 [1 of 2]

Box 24   Folder 9

Huang, Yasheng, letter and manuscript, 2008 [2 of 2]

Box 24   Folder 10

Inafuku-Iscovitz, 1966-2011 [including Independent Institute]

Box 24   Folder 11

The Independent University (later University of Buckingham), 1970-1972

Box 24   Folder 12

Institute of Economic Affairs, 1989-2005

Box 24   Folder 13

Institute for Scientific Information ‘s Citation Classics, 1981-1992

Box 24   Folder 14

Interco Incorporated and John L. Peterson, 1971-1972

Box 25   Folder 1

Jackson-Junli, 1970-2005

Box 25   Folder 2

Kafka-Kluwer, 1970-1998

Box 25   Folder 3

Kairys, Joseph P. letter and manuscript, 2009

Box 25   Folder 4

Kessel, Reuben and Shirley, 1974-1977

Box 25   Folder 5

Khalil, Elias, letter and manuscript, 1996

Box 25   Folder 6

Kirzner, Israel M. and Harold Demsetz, 1968

Box 25   Folder 7

Klein, Benjamin, 1979-1983

Box 25   Folder 8

Klein, Benjamin, 2001-2007 [see also GM-Fisher Body subseries of Research series]

Box 25   Folder 9

Klein, Peter, note and article, “The New Institutional Economics,” 2000

Box 25   Folder 10

Kobayashi-Kim, 1963-2011

Box 25   Folder 11

Labbé-Lehan, 1974-2008

Box 26   Folder 1

Landa, Janet, 1991-2008

Box 26   Folder 2

Laycock, Douglas-letter and review of book by Owen Fiss, 1979

Box 26   Folder 3

Lehn, Ken, 1991-1993

Box 26   Folder 4

Lehn, Ken, and others, regarding University of Pittsburgh Center for Research on Contracts and the Structure of Enterprise, with related reports and documents, 1992-1993 [1 of 3]

Box 26   Folder 5

Lehn, Ken, and others, regarding University of Pittsburgh Center for Research on Contracts and the Structure of Enterprise, with related reports and documents, 1992-1993 [2 of 3]

Box 26   Folder 6

Lehn, Ken, and others, regarding University of Pittsburgh Center for Research on Contracts and the Structure of Enterprise, with related reports and documents, 1992-1993 [3 of 3]

Box 26   Folder 7

Lemaire D’Agaggio-Lindgren, 1959-2009

Box 26   Folder 8

Lerner, Abba, 1972-1973

Box 26   Folder 9

Levi, Edward H., regarding employment at Chicago, Clifton R. Musser professorship, and other topics, 1956-1991

Box 26   Folder 10

Levitt, Steven and Edward A. Snyder, regarding Initiative on Chicago Price Theory, 2001-2005

Box 26   Folder 11

Levmore, Saul, 1992, 2007, undated

Box 26   Folder 12

Liberty Fund, mostly with A. Neil McLeod, including conferences and funding for Alfred Marshall project, 1975-1993

Box 27   Folder 1

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence, mostly with A. Neil McLeod, 1974-1976

Box 27   Folder 2

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts, notes and correspondence, mostly with A. Neil McLeod, 1975

Box 27   Folder 3

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence, mostly with A. Neil McLeod, Jean Wadlow, John Haggarty, and Benjamin A. Rogge, 1976-1979 [1 of 3]

Box 27   Folder 4

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence, mostly with A. Neil McLeod, Jean Wadlow, John Haggarty, and Benjamin A. Rogge, 1976-1979 [2 of 3]

Box 27   Folder 5

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence, mostly with A. Neil McLeod, Jean Wadlow, John Haggarty, and Benjamin A. Rogge, 1976-1979 [3 of 3]

Box 27   Folder 6

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts, 1977, undated

Box 28   Folder 1

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence with A. Neil McLeod, 1977 [1 of 4]

Box 28   Folder 2

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence with A. Neil McLeod, 1977 [2 of 4]

Box 28   Folder 3

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence with A. Neil McLeod, 1977 [3 of 4]

Box 28   Folder 4

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and correspondence with A. Neil McLeod, 1977 [4 of 4]

Box 28   Folder 5

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts, 1978

Box 28   Folder 6

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and notes, 1978

Box 28   Folder 7

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film script drafts and notes, 1978

Box 28   Folder 8

Liberty Fund Industrial Revolution film guide, undated

Box 29   Folder 1

Lindsay-Lyons, 1968-1996

Box 29   Folder 2

Littlechild, Stephen, 1973-2009

Box 29   Folder 3

London School of Economics, 1968-2013

Box 29   Folder 4

Ludwig, Julie Robinson (Journal of Law and Economics Editorial Assistant), 1976-1977

Box 29   Folder 5

MacAvoy-Maynard, 1965-1997

Box 29   Folder 6

Mankin, Wyatt, 1980-1990

Box 29   Folder 7

McCloskey-Meyer, 1967-2003

Box 29   Folder 8

Medema, Steven G., 1992-1994

Box 29   Folder 9

Media Institute (American Political Research Corporation), including Judith Lewis, Kevin P. Phillips, and Leonard J. Theberge, 1976-1979

Box 29   Folder 10

Mediterranean Summer School on Industrial Organization, 1991

Box 29   Folder 11

Menard, Claude, 1991-2003

Box 29   Folder 12

Michie, Jonathan, 1993-1995

Box 29   Folder 13

Midwest Economic Association, 1982-1983

Box 30   Folder 1

Miele-Mitchell, 1960-2008

Box 30   Folder 2

Moggridge-Myhrman, 1968-1999

Box 30   Folder 3

Mont Pelerin Society, including Arthur Kemp, Ralph Harris, and Henri LePage, 1976-1994

Box 30   Folder 4

Morris, Norval, and others regarding Law and Economics program, 1976-1978

Box 30   Folder 5

Moss, Laurence S., 1980-1993

Box 30   Folder 6

Nagel-Orme, 1970-2010

Box 30   Folder 7

National Association of Business Economists, 1968

Box 30   Folder 8

National Science Foundation, 1977-1978

Box 30   Folder 9

Neal, Phil C., mostly regarding Ronald Coase’s appointment to the University of Chicago, 1963-1981

Box 30   Folder 10

Nobel Foundation and Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences correspondence and mailings to Nobel laureates, 1942-2013

Box 30   Folder 11

Nutter, Warren, 1956-1977, undated

Box 30   Folder 12

Olin Foundation, including James Pierson and William E. Simon, 1988-2002

Box 30   Folder 13

Oxford University Press, 1983-2008

Box 31   Folder 1

Pace-Pilkington, 1958-2002

Box 31   Folder 2

Palinkas, Almuth (Journal of Law and Economics Editorial Assistant), 1976

Box 31   Folder 3

Peacock, Alan (University College at Buckingham), 1980

Box 31   Folder 4

Percy, Charles H. (U.S. Senator), 1975-1976

Box 31   Folder 5

Peskett, Hugh, regarding Alfred Marshall research, 1980-1981 [see also Alfred Marshall subseries of Research series and Balin, Michael correspondence]

Box 31   Folder 6

Peterman, John L., 1972-2006

Box 31   Folder 7

Philadelphia Society, 1976-1978

Box 31   Folder 8

Pilon-Quall, 1968-2000

Box 31   Folder 9

Pitts, John A., regarding estate of Duncan Black, 1991

Box 31   Folder 10

Plant, Arnold, 1933-1976

Box 31   Folder 11

Posner, Richard, 1969-1991

Box 31   Folder 12

Priest, George, regarding paper on “The Rise of Law and Economics” and formation of American Law and Economics Association, 1983-1992

Box 31   Folder 13

Public Research Institute – project descriptions and Paul Feldman letters, 1976

Box 31   Folder 14

Queen Elizabeth – letters to Her Majesty the Queen from British economists regarding failure to foresee the credit crunch, July 22, 2009, August 10, 2009

Box 31   Folder 15

Radford-Rizzo, 1956-2011

Box 31   Folder 16

Ranson, R. David (Office of the Secretary of the Treasury), 1973

Box 31   Folder 17

Rapallo Seminar, 1967

Box 31   Folder 18

Lord Reith, 1947-1949

Box 31   Folder 19

Richter, Rudolf, including conference on New Institutional Economics, 1981-1992

Box 32   Folder 1

Robana-Rotch, 1970-1994

Box 32   Folder 2

Robbins, Lord Lionel, 1944-1954, 1976

Box 32   Folder 3

Robertson, D.H., 1932-1933

Box 32   Folder 4

Robinson, E.A.G., 1945

Box 32   Folder 5

Robinson, Joan, circa 1932

Box 32   Folder 6

Romaine, R. Craig, regarding citations of Coase, 1986

Box 32   Folder 7

Roumasse-Ryten, 1978-2011

Box 32   Folder 8

Salin-Schwartz, 1951-2010

Box 32   Folder 9

Samuels, Warren J., 1974-1992

Box 32   Folder 10

Sandor, Richard, 1997

Box 32   Folder 11

Schanze, Eric, 1978 -1998

Box 32   Folder 12

Schlag, Pierre, 1989

Box 32   Folder 13

Shultz, George P., 1963

Box 32   Folder 14

Scott-Sidak, 1977-2010

Box 32   Folder 15

Seldon, Arthur (Institute of Economic Affairs), 1964-2002

Box 33   Folder 1

Shenoy, B.R., 1971-1978

Box 33   Folder 2

Shirley, Mary M., regarding Coase Foundation, 1996-2011

Box 33   Folder 3

Siegan, Bernard, 1977-1980

Box 33   Folder 4

Silberman, Pauline (Law and Economics program), 1978-1979

Box 33   Folder 5

Sills-Szakadát, 1958-2010

Box 33   Folder 6

Stigler, George, 1950-1990

Box 33   Folder 7

Stigler conference - including Claire Friedland, Sam Peltzman, and others, and conference planning documents, 1975 -1976

Box 33   Folder 8

Stone, Geoffrey, 1990-1992

Box 33   Folder 9

Sykuta, Michael (University of Missouri Columbia), 2001-2006

Box 33   Folder 10

Tablas-Tyutyunnik, 1969-2003

Box 34   Folder 1

Taplin, Walter, 1951-1983

Box 34   Folder 2

Tieto Limited permissions letters, 1986-1987

Box 34   Folder 3

Tullock, Gordon, 1966-1996

Box 34   Folder 4

Uhlmann-Volker, 1962-2004

Box 34   Folder 5

University of Buckingham, 1993-2013

Box 34   Folder 6

University of Chicago Law Library, mostly with Richard Bowler and Clara Ann Bowler, 1964-1990

Box 34   Folder 7

University of Chicago Library, Regenstein, 1980-1995

Box 34   Folder 8

University of Chicago Special Collections, including Robert Rosenthal, Alice Schreyer, and Daniel Meyer, 1980-2006

Box 34   Folder 9

University of Chicago Press, 1978-1990

Box 34   Folder 10

University of Chicago Press, 1991-2004

Box 34   Folder 11

University of Chicago Press permissions letters for Essays on Economics and Economists, 1992-1993

Box 34   Folder 12

University of Dundee - MJ Hamlin, CD Rogers, and others, 1992

Box 35   Folder 1

University of Florida - Robert F. Lanzilotti and Irving J. Goffman, 1973

Box 35   Folder 2

University of Virginia, regarding Ronald Coase appointment and resignation, 1958-1964 [see also Warren J. Nutter and James Buchanan correspondence]

Box 35   Folder 3

University of Virginia economics department controversy, including reports and correspondence with Lawrence Cranberg and Leland Yeager, 1963-1972

Box 35   Folder 4

Wallow-Weingast, 1962-2011

Box 35   Folder 5

Wang, Ning, 1998-2011, undated

Box 35   Folder 6

Weimer-Weston, 1967-1992

Box 35   Folder 7

Werin, Lars, regarding Nobel Symposium, 1989-1992

Box 35   Folder 8

Williamson, Oliver, 1979-2009

Box 35   Folder 9

Wilson, Edward O., 1977 [photocopy]

Box 35   Folder 10

Whitacker-Wysock, 1964-2005

Box 35   Folder 11

Xianrong-Yu, 1970-2008

Box 36   Folder 1

Yeager, Leland B., including letter to Ayn Rand, 1972-1994

Box 36   Folder 2

Zerbe, Richard O., 1969-2002

Box 36   Folder 3

Zaleski-Zaffer, 1977-2007

Box 36   Folder 4

Empty envelopes, 1970-2013, undated

Box 36   Folder 5

Notecard regarding mailings to Zacchary Ralnik, Thomas Hazlett, Gordon Tullock, and Lee Benham, 1996; miscellaneous notes and mailings, undated

Box 36   Folder 6

Unopened envelope from Uganda, 2011

Box 36   Folder 7

Old inventories for select correspondence folders, 1992-1993

Series III: Writing

This series contains articles, texts of lectures and interviews, book chapters, papers, and reports by Ronald Coase, including drafts, typescripts, reprints, copies, and published versions of this work. In many cases there are multiple copies of a particular piece. Reviews, notes, correspondence, and research directly related to a particular piece of writing are also included in this series. The material is arranged chronologically, generally according to the date of publication of the piece of writing to which it corresponds. Undated material is arranged alphabetically at the end of the series. During processing, a small amount of papers and articles were found arranged by topic, and these have been placed at the end of the series. Most of this material appears to be duplicated in the chronological portion of the series. The material ranges in date from 1934-2013.

Box 36   Folder 8

“A Theory of Contract,” copies of notes, circa 1934, and note from Ronald Coase, undated

Box 36   Folder 9

“Bacon Production and the Pig Cycle in Great Britain,” with R.F. Fowler, copies of article, 1935

Box 36   Folder 10

“The Pig Cycle - A Rejoinder,” article with R.F. Fowler, copies, 1935, and “The Pig Cycle - A Reply,” by Ruth Cohen and J.D. Barker, copies of article, 1935

Box 36   Folder 11

Pig cycle research, notes, and correspondence, 1934-1939, undated

Box 36   Folder 12

“The Problem of Duopoly revisited,” copies of note, 1935

Box 36   Folder 13

“The Nature of the Firm,” reprints and copies, 1937

Box 36   Folder 14

“The Pig Cycle in Great Britain - an explanation,” with R.F. Fowler, copies of article, 1937

Box 36   Folder 15

“Some notes on monopoly price,” article and copies, 1937

Box 36   Folder 16

“Business Organisation and the Accountant,” bound copies of chapters, 1938

Box 37   Folder 1

“Business Organisation and the Accountant,” reprints and copies, 1952, undated

Box 37   Folder 2

“Published Balance Sheets as an Aid to Economic Investigation – some difficulties,” with R.S. Edwards and R.F. Fowler, article and copies, 1938

Box 37   Folder 3

Review of New British Industries in the Twentieth Century by Alfred Plummer, 1938

Box 37   Folder 4

London and Cambridge Economic System Special Memorandum 49 - “The Iron and Steel Industry, 1926-1935 - an investigation based on the accounts of public companies,” with R.S. Edwards and R.F. Fowler, article and copies, 1939

Box 37   Folder 5

“Rowland Hill and the Penny Post,” reprints, copies, drafts, letter, and note, 1939-1940, undated

Box 37   Folder 6

“The Analysis of Producers’ Expectations,” with R.F. Fowler, copies of article, 1940

Box 37   Folder 7

“Statistics of Capital Expenditure and Employment Policy,” notes and reply, 1944; documents on shipping, imports, and munitions statistics, circa 1941-1945

Box 37   Folder 8

“Price and output policy of state enterprise - a comment,” reprints and copy, 1945

Box 37   Folder 9

“A BBC Enquiry?” article, 1946

Box 37   Folder 10

“A BBC Enquiry?” copy of article, 1946

Box 37   Folder 11

“The Marginal Cost Controversy,” copies, 1946

Box 37   Folder 12

Letters relating to “The Marginal Cost Controversy,” 1946-1947

Box 37   Folder 13

“Monopoly Pricing with Interrelated Costs and Demands, reprint and copies, 1946

Box 37   Folder 14

“The Economics of Uniform Pricing Systems,” article and copies, 1947

Box 37   Folder 15

“The Marginal Cost Controversy - some further comments,” copies of article, 1947

Box 37   Folder 16

“The Origin of the Monopoly of Broadcasting in Great Britain,” copies, 1947

Box 37   Folder 17

“Wire Broadcasting in Great Britain,” copies of article, 1948

Box 37   Folder 18

“L’application du cout marginal de revient en matiere de tariffs des services publics,” copy of article, circa 1950

Box 37   Folder 19

“British Television Policy - Questions of Control and Finance,” copy of article,1950; correspondence, notes, and research material, circa 1940-1954

Box 37   Folder 20

Letter, likely by Ronald Coase, regarding article on BBC he wrote for The Times, circa 1950

Box 38   Folder 1

“Broadcasting in the United Kingdom,” drafts of chapters and additional notes, circa 1950

Box 38   Folder 2

Drafts of chapters on British broadcasting monopoly, notes, and correspondence, 1948

Box 38   Folder 3

“The Future of British Broadcasting - a memorandum addressed to the committee on broadcasting,” edited typescript, circa 1950

Box 38   Folder 4

“Nationalization of Electricity Supply in Great Britain,” typescript drafts and copies of article, 1950, undated

Box 38   Folder 5

“The Beveridge Report and Private Enterprise in Broadcasting,” article and copies, 1951; “The Beveridge Report on Broadcasting,” typescript, undated

Box 38   Folder 6

“Report on the BBC,” copy of article, 1951

Box 38   Folder 7

“The Postal Monopoly and the Messenger Company,” for University of Buffalo faculty economics seminar, typescript drafts, 1952 [1 of 2]

Box 38   Folder 8

“The Postal Monopoly and the Messenger Company,” for University of Buffalo faculty economics seminar, typescript drafts, 1952 [2 of 2]

Box 38   Folder 9

“The Postal Monopoly and the Messenger Company,” for University of Buffalo faculty economics seminar, typescript drafts, notes, and research material, circa 1952, undated

Box 38   Folder 10

“Competition,” typescript and copies of short paper, circa 1952

Box 38   Folder 11

Discussion of Professor Abramovitz from American Economic Association meeting,1953

Box 38   Folder 12

“The Socialist Movement in Great Britain,” text of lecture, 1953

Box 38   Folder 13

“The Development of the British Television Service,” handwritten draft in notebook, circa 1954

Box 38   Folder 14

“The Development of the British Television Service,” reprint and copies of article, 1954

Box 38   Folder 15

“The Postal Monopoly in Great Britain - an historical survey,” article, copies, draft, and letter, 1955, undated

Box 39   Folder 1

“The Postal Monopoly in Great Britain - an historical survey,” edited drafts and notes, circa 1955-1961

Box 39   Folder 2

Grant application to and reply from Ford Foundation for project on radio and television, 1956

Box 39   Folder 3

“Radio, television, and the press - a series of 5 lectures delivered at the Conference on Economics and Freedom at Wabash College,” copies of text of lectures, 1956

Box 39   Folder 4

“Summary of eight lectures delivered at the Institute on Freedom and Competitive Enterprise, Claremont Men’s College,” typescript, June 1957

Box 39   Folder 5

Text of lectures 1-4 delivered at the Institute on Freedom and Competitive Enterprise at Claremont Men’s College – “The Government and Economic Activity,” “The Post Office,” “The Regulation of Radio and Television in the United States,” and “The Economics of Advertising,” 1957

Box 39   Folder 6

Text of lectures 5-8 delivered at the Institute on Freedom and Competitive Enterprise at Claremont Men’s College – “Commercial Radio and Television,” [lecture six missing], “The Organization of Broadcasting in Great Britain and the Philosophy Underlying it,” and “Independent Television Authority in Great Britain,” 1957

Box 39   Folder 7

Copies of text of lectures delivered at the Institute on Freedom and Competitive Enterprise at Claremont Men’s College, 1957

Box 39   Folder 8

“The Regulation of Broadcasting and its consequences,” drafts and comments; related letter from Kenneth Norton to Edward Bowles and FCC notice, 1957-1959, undated

Box 39   Folder 9

“The Federal Communications Commission,” reprints and copies of article, 1959

Box 39   Folder 10

Letters regarding “The Federal Communications Commission,” article, 1959-1960

Box 39   Folder 11

Testimony of Ronald H. Coase to the Federal Communications Commission, typescript, 1959

Box 40   Folder 1

Text of lectures and papers and related correspondence - “The Government and Private Enterprise in Mass Communications,” handwritten draft, typescript, and related correspondence, 1959; “Monopoly and Competition in American Broadcasting,” “Commercial Broadcasting and the choice of program,” and “The FCC and the Broadcasting Industry,” undated

Box 40   Folder 2

“The Future of Free Enterprise,” text of lecture, circa 1950s

Box 40   Folder 3

“Payola, or the Capitalist’s daughter,” paper, 1960

Box 40   Folder 4

“The Problem of Social Cost,” article, 1960

Box 40   Folder 5

“The Problem of Social Cost,” reprints and copies, undated

Box 40   Folder 6

“The Problem of Social Cost,” handwritten notes, undated

Box 40   Folder 7

“The Problem of Social Cost,” correspondence, reviews, and related articles, 1961-1992

Box 40   Folder 8

Letters regarding “The Problem of Social Cost” article, 1961-1968

Box 40   Folder 9

Lecture series - “The Problem of Social Cost,” “Social Cost and Private Property,” “Industrial Organization and the Theory of the Firm,” typescripts and copies, undated

Box 40   Folder 10

Notes on citations to “The Problem of Social Cost” and Coase Theorem, 1974-1980

Box 40   Folder 11

“The British Post Office and the Messenger Companies,” reprints and copies, 1961

Box 40   Folder 12

“The British Post Office and the Messenger Companies,” handwritten and edited typescript drafts, undated

Box 41   Folder 1

“Why not use the pricing system in the broadcasting industry?” copies of article, 1961

Box 41   Folder 2

“The Telepak Service and the Public Interest” and “The Case Against the Telepak Service,” reports to the American Telephone and Telegraph company, 1961, 1962

Box 41   Folder 3

Application to the National Science Foundation for a grant to study the theory of resource allocation and the structure of the economic system, circa 1962

Box 41   Folder 4

“Effect of Price Changes on the use of electricity – proposed study,” memorandum to P.A. Lingard, September 17, 1962

Box 41   Folder 5

“Consumer Class Costing - The Method of Allocating demand-related costs in electricity supply to the various categories of consumer,” memorandum for the Electricity Council, September 27, 1962

Box 41   Folder 6

“The Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee,” reprint and copies, 1962 [new version of “The Present System of Allocation”]

Box 41   Folder 7

“The Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee,” typescript drafts with handwritten edits, circa 1962 [new version of “The Present System of Allocation”]

Box 41   Folder 8

“The Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee,” typescript draft, circa 1962

Box 41   Folder 9

“The Outreach of Government: at what point peril?” typescript, 1962; notes and articles, 1932, undated

Box 41   Folder 10

“The Proper Role of Government,” typescript of address with note and copy,1962

Box 41   Folder 11

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies - Section II, “The Present System of Allocation,” 1962

Box 41   Folder 12

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies - Section II, “The Present System of Allocation,” drafts with handwritten edits, 1961-1962

Box 41   Folder 13

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies - Section II, “The Present System of Allocation,” draft with handwritten edits, 1962

Box 42   Folder 1

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies - Section II, “The Present System of Allocation,” draft, 1962

Box 42   Folder 2

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies - Section II, “The Present System of Allocation,” draft with handwritten edits, 1962

Box 42   Folder 3

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies - Section III, “The radio frequency spectrum as a scarce resource,” draft, 1962

Box 42   Folder 4

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies - Section III, “The radio frequency spectrum as a scarce resource,” draft with handwritten edits, 1962

Box 42   Folder 5

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies, drafts of chapters, circa 1962

Box 42   Folder 6

RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies, drafts of chapters, circa 1962

Box 42   Folder 7

Correspondence regarding RAND corporation report on the allocation of radio frequencies, 1962-1963

Box 42   Folder 8

Critiques of drafts of RAND report, “Problems of Radio Frequency Allocation,” and related reports, 1962-1963

Box 42   Folder 9

RAND corporation report, “Problems of Radio Frequency Allocation,” complete draft, with William H. Meckling and Jora Minasian, 1963 [1 of 2]

Box 43   Folder 1

RAND corporation report, “Problems of Radio Frequency Allocation,” complete draft, with William H. Meckling and Jora Minasian, 1963 [2 of 2]

Box 43   Folder 2

Discussion of Professors Caves and Cramton from American Economic Association meeting,1964

Box 43   Folder 3

“Pay Television,” text of lecture with handwritten edits, circa 1964

Box 43   Folder 4

“Evaluation of Public Policy Relating to Radio and Television broadcasting - social and economic issues,” article, reprints, and copy, 1965

Box 43   Folder 5

“The Economics of Broadcasting and Government Policy,” typescript, reprints, and copies, 1966

Box 43   Folder 6

“The Theory of Public Utility Pricing,” text of lecture and related correspondence, 1966; “The Theory of Public Utility Pricing and its application,” reprint and copies of article, 1970

Box 43   Folder 7

Lecture on Adam Smith, copies of notecards, 1967 April

Box 43   Folder 8

“Consumer’s Surplus,” reprint from International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1968; drafts and correspondence, 1965-1966

Box 43   Folder 9

“Educational TV - Who Should Pay?” article and American Enterprise Institute pamphlet, 1968

Box 43   Folder 10

University of Chicago Roundtable on Public Television, transcripts and drafts, 1968

Box 43   Folder 11

Broadcasting Advertising Club of Chicago, text of lecture, 1969

Box 43   Folder 12

Economics of Fisheries Management discussion, 1969

Box 43   Folder 13

“The Government’s Case Against the acquisition of the B.F. Goodrich Company by Northwest Industries - the Conglomerate Merger,” typescript and letter, 1969

Box 43   Folder 14

Task Force on Productivity and Competition reports, including working paper “The Conglomerate Merger,” and correspondence, including with Richard Posner and George Stigler, 1969

Box 43   Folder 15

“Social Cost,” handwritten text of lecture, circa 1969

Box 43   Folder 16

“The Corporation for Public Broadcasting,” typescript, circa 1969

Box 43   Folder 17

“The Auction System and North Sea Gas - a comment,” copy, 1970

Box 43   Folder 18

“Legal and Economic Aspects of Pollution,” transcript of discussion by University of Chicago faculty members, 1970

Box 44   Folder 1

“Social Cost and Public Policy,” copies of typescript and article, 1970

Box 44   Folder 2

“The Theory of Public Utility Pricing and its application” reprints and copy of article, 1970

Box 44   Folder 3

“The Appointment of Pigou as Marshall’s successor,” reprints, 1972

Box 44   Folder 4

“Durability and Monopoly,” reprint and copies of article, 1972

Box 44   Folder 5

“Industrial Organization - A Proposal for Research,” text of lecture and copies of article, 1972

Box 44   Folder 6

“Industrial Organization and the Theory of the Firm,” text of lecture, 1972

Box 44   Folder 7

“Marshall on Method,” reprints of article, text of lecture, and related letter, 1973-1975

Box 44   Folder 8

“The Choice of the Institutional Framework - A Comment,” copy, 1974

Box 44   Folder 9

“Economists and Public Policy,” article and copies of chapter, 1974 Folder 10: “The Lighthouse in Economics,” reprints of article, 1974; copy of chapter from The Firm, The Market, and the Law, 1988

Box 44   Folder 11

“The Market for Goods and the Market for Ideas,” article, reprints, and correspondence, 1974-1976

Box 44   Folder 12

“The Market for Goods and the Market for Ideas,” clippings commenting on article, 1974

Box 44   Folder 13

“The Market for Goods and the Market for Ideas,” clippings commenting on article, including from Time, Wall Street Journal, The National Review, and The Ayn Rand Letter, 1973-1974

Box 44   Folder 14

“United States policy regarding the Law of the Seas,” paper and related article, 1974

Box 44   Folder 15

“Adam Smith’s View of Man,” reprints, drafts, correspondence, and comments, 1976

Box 44   Folder 16

Introduction to “Essays in Applied Price Theory,” by Reuben Kessel; dedication of conference on blood policy to Kessel and related correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 45   Folder 1

“Advertising and Free Speech,” reprint and copies, 1977

Box 45   Folder 2

“Advertising and Free Speech,” paper, research, and correspondence, 1973-1977

Box 45   Folder 3

“Advertising and Free Speech,” drafts and correspondence, circa 1976

Box 45   Folder 4

“Advertising and Free Speech,” drafts, circa 1976

Box 45   Folder 5

“Advertising and Free Speech,” drafts, research, commentary by others, and conference material, circa 1976

Box 46   Folder 1

Comment on Professor John S. McGee’s notes entitled “The GM Managerial System - Engine of Competition,” and related correspondence, 1977-1980

Box 46   Folder 2

Introduction to Armen Alchian - Economic Forces at Work, copy of handwritten draft, 1977

Box 46   Folder 3

Introduction to The Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with Legal Education, by Francis A. Allen, reprint, 1977; drafts and related correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 46   Folder 4

Review of Selected Economic Essays and Addresses, by Sir Arnold Plant, 1977; related correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 46   Folder 5

“The Wealth of Nations,” article, copies, and reprints, 1977

Box 46   Folder 6

“The Wealth of Nations,” drafts, correspondence, research, and text of lecture, 1974-1977

Box 46   Folder 7

“The Wealth of Nations,” drafts, correspondence, and research, 1975-1977

Box 46   Folder 8

“Economics and Contiguous Disciplines,” copy of chapter and reprint of article, 1977-1978; correspondence, drafts, and text of lecture, 1974-1977

Box 46   Folder 9

Comment on Economics and Biology session at American Economic Association meeting, 1978; correspondence and drafts, 1977-1978

Box 46   Folder 10

“Costs and Decisions,” text of lecture, 1978

Box 47   Folder 1

“Payola in Radio and Television Broadcasting,” reprints and copy of article, 1979

Box 47   Folder 2

“Payola in Radio and Television Broadcasting,” draft, 1979

Box 47   Folder 3

“Payola in Radio and Television Broadcasting” – related letters, 1979

Box 47   Folder 4

“Should the Federal Communications Commission be abolished?” copies of chapter with Nicholas Johnson, 1979

Box 47   Folder 5

“The Coase Theorem and the Empty Core - A Comment,” article, copies, and draft, 1981

Box 47   Folder 6

“Duncan Black - a biographical sketch,” drafts and paper, 1981; drafts and related correspondence, including with Duncan Black, 1977-1978

Box 47   Folder 7

“The Fire of Truth - Law and Economics at Chicago,” transcript of a discussion held March 21-23, 1981 with Milton Friedman, George Stigler, Richard Posner, Richard Bork, Ronald Coase, and others, 1981

Box 47   Folder 8

“Economics at LSE in the 1930’s - a personal view,” article, copies, and drafts, 1982

Box 47   Folder 9

“George Stigler - an appreciation,” article, copies, drafts, and list of colleagues to send article to, 1982

Box 47   Folder 10

“How should economists choose?” article and copies, 1982

Box 48   Folder 1

“How should economists choose?” drafts of lecture, notes, research and correspondence, including with Milton Friedman regarding his reaction to the paper, 1981-1982

Box 48   Folder 2

“Alfred Marshall’s Mother and Father,” offprint, drafts, and copy of article, 1984

Box 48   Folder 3

“The New Institutional Economics,” roundtable, copies of article, drafts, and French translation, 1984-2002

Box 48   Folder 4

“Professor Sir Arnold Plant - his ideas and Influence,” copies of chapter, 1986

Box 48   Folder 5

Arnold Plant research, 1985-1986 [1 of 2]

Box 48   Folder 6

Arnold Plant research, 1985-1986 [2 of 2]

Box 48   Folder 7

Nomination of Gary S. Becker for Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, 1986-1991

Box 48   Folder 8

“Blackmail,” paper, published text of lecture, drafts, and correspondence, 1987-1988 [see also Blackmail subseries of Research series]

Box 48   Folder 9

“The Nature of the Firm - its origin, meaning, and influence,” text of series of lectures given at Yale University, 1987

Box 49   Folder 1

“La nature de la firme,” copies of chapter, 1987

Box 49   Folder 2

“The Nature of the Firm,” lectures with edits and correspondence regarding publication, 1987-1988

Box 49   Folder 3

“The Nature of the Firm,” published text of lecture series, 1988

Box 49   Folder 4

“The Firm, the Market, and the Law,” drafts of introduction, circa 1988

Box 49   Folder 5

“The Firm, the Market, and the Law,” copies of chapters 2 and 5, 1988

Box 49   Folder 6

“The Firm, the Market, and the Law,” reviews, 1989-1992, undated

Box 49   Folder 7

“The Task that Awaits,” response at University of Cologne, April 21, 1988

Box 49   Folder 8

“The Nature of the Firm - Reflections on a Conference,” May 5, 1989

Box 49   Folder 9

“Did Marshall Know Where he was Born?” short paper, circa late 1980s

Box 49   Folder 10

“Accounting and the Theory of the Firm,” article and copies, 1990; correspondence, research, and paper for presentation, 1987-1988

Box 49   Folder 11

“Alfred Marshall’s family and ancestry,” typescript and copy of article, 1990

Box 49   Folder 12

“Contracts and the Activities of Firms,” copy of introduction to special issue of the Journal of Law and Economics, 1990

Box 50   Folder 1

“The Coasian World,” text of lecture and notes, 1990

Box 50   Folder 2

“Transaction Costs,” text of lecture, 1990

Box 50   Folder 3

“George J. Stigler” article for Remembering the University of Chicago, and text of tribute to Stigler given by Ronald Coase before Coase’s Nobel Prize speech, 1991; drafts and correspondence, 1991-1993

Box 50   Folder 4

Research material on George Stigler, including writings by Stigler, 1961-1994

Box 50   Folder 5

Nobel Memorial Prize lecture - “The Institutional Structure of Production,” text of speech, reprints, and copies; Nobel Banquet speech, copy, 1991

Box 50   Folder 6

The Nature of the Firm - Origin, Evolution, and Development, book, including 3 essays by Ronald Coase, 1991

Box 50   Folder 7

The Nature of the Firm - Origin, Evolution, and Development, reviews, 1991-1992

Box 50   Folder 8

L’organisation industrielle - un programme de rechereche,” 1991 [translation of 1972 article “Industrial Organization - a proposal for research”]

Box 50   Folder 9

Commentary on Steven N.S. Cheung paper “On the New Institutional Economics,” panel discussion remarks,and copies of chapters from Contract Economics, 1992; draft, 1990

Box 50   Folder 10

Chinese translations from Contract Economics and Institutions, Contracts, and Organizations, copies of chapters, 1992

Box 50   Folder 11

“Coase on Posner on Coase,” drafts of comment and correspondence; related articles and comments by Richard Posner, 1992-1993

Box 51   Folder 1

“Law and Economics at Chicago,” article and copies, 1993; text of lecture, correspondence, and research, 1945-1992

Box 51   Folder 2

Essays on Economics and Economists, book reviews,1994-1995

Box 51   Folder 3

Essays on Economics and Economists notes on typescript and correspondence, 1992-1993

Box 51   Folder 4

Essays on Economics and Economists – reprints and copies of articles selected for book, 1938-1977

Box 51   Folder 5

Essays on Economics and Economists, edited typescripts, circa 1992 [1 of 2]

Box 51   Folder 6

Essays on Economics and Economists, edited typescripts, circa 1992 [2 of 2]

Box 51   Folder 7

Essays on Economics and Economists typescript with comments, front matter, chapter 1-6, circa 1992-1993

Box 51   Folder 8

Essays on Economics and Economists typescript with comments, chapter 7-15, circa 1992-1993

Box 52   Folder 1

Essays on Economics and Economists typescript with comments, chapters 1-7, 1992-1993

Box 52   Folder 2

Essays on Economics and Economists typescript with comments, chapters 8-15, 1992-1993

Box 52   Folder 3

Essays on Economics and Economists typescript, front matter, chapter 1-6, circa 1992-1993

Box 52   Folder 4

Essays on Economics and Economists typescript with comments, chapter 7-15, circa 1992-1993

Box 52   Folder 5

Essays on Economics and Economists typescript with comments and miscellaneous pages from chapters 3-15, circa 1992-1993

Box 52   Folder 6

Duncan Black obituary memoir, reprint, 1993; drafts, research, and correspondence, 1992-1993

Box 53   Folder 1

“My Evolution as an Economist,” lecture at Trinity University’s Lives of Laureates series, drafts and copies of published version, 1994

Box 53   Folder 2

“The Present State of Economics,” text of address at University of Buckingham given upon receipt of honorary degree, including drafts and correspondence, 1995-1996

Box 53   Folder 3

“Law and Economics and A.W. Brian Simpson,” article and copies, 1996

Box 53   Folder 4

“The Problem of Social Cost - the Citations,” article in Chicago Kent Law Review, 1996

Box 53   Folder 5

“The Problem of Social Cost - the Citations,” reprints, copies, drafts, and correspondence, 1995-1996

Box 53   Folder 6

“Problém Spoleĉenských Nákladů” in Ekonomie Životnino Prostředi a Ekologická Politika, 1996

Box 53   Folder 7

“Aaron Director” entry for New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, draft, 1997; comments and correspondence, 1996-1997

Box 53   Folder 8

Address and concluding comment at Inaugural Conference of International Society of New Institutional Economics, typescripts and drafts, 1997

Box 53   Folder 9

“The Future of Law and Economics - Looking Forward,” text of roundtable discussion, 1997

Box 53   Folder 10

Interview at Inaugural Conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics, 1997

Box 53   Folder 11

Interview regarding George Stigler and Alfred Marshall, October 1997

Box 53   Folder 12

“Looking for Results,” interview, copies, 1997

Box 53   Folder 13

Comment on Thomas W. Hazlett, “Assigning Property Rights to Radio Spectrum Users – why did the FCC license auctions take 67 years?” copies and comment, 1998

Box 53   Folder 14

Interview with Gordon Moore and Bob Metcalfe in Context,1998

Box 53   Folder 15

“Duncan Black - preface,” drafts, circa 1998

Box 54   Folder 1

Interview in Spanish in Administración desarollo, November 1999

Box 54   Folder 2

“The task of the society,” opening address to the Annual Conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics, drafts, typescripts, copies, and text of speech in ISNIE newsletter, September 17, 1999

Box 54   Folder 3

“The Nobel Prize,” handwritten text of lecture, circa late 1990s

Box 54   Folder 4

“The Acquisition of Fisher Body by General Motors,” article and drafts, 2000 [see also Fisher Body – General Motors subseries of Research series]

Box 54   Folder 5

“Did Fisher Body Hold Up General Motors?” typescripts, 2000

Box 54   Folder 6

“Why Economics Will Change,” remarks at the University of Missouri Columbia, typescripts, copies, and text of speech in ISNIE newsletter, 2002

Box 54   Folder 7

“Law and Economics - a personal journey,” lecture at University of Chicago Law School, handwritten draft and typescripts, 2003

Box 54   Folder 8

Aaron Director entry for Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law, handwritten drafts and typescripts, 2004

Box 54   Folder 9

Foreword for Ning Wang book, copy of handwritten draft, May 13, 2004

Box 54   Folder 10

Foreword to collection of articles by Steven N.S. Cheung and related correspondence, 2005

Box 54   Folder 11

“The Conduct of Economics - the example of Fisher Body and General Motors,” article and copies, 2006 [see also Fisher Body – General Motors subseries of Research series]

Box 55   Folder 1

“The Conduct of Economics - the example of Fisher Body and General Motors,” drafts, 2005 [1 of 4]

Box 55   Folder 2

“The Conduct of Economics - the example of Fisher Body and General Motors,” drafts, 2005 [2 of 4]

Box 55   Folder 3

“The Conduct of Economics - the example of Fisher Body and General Motors,” drafts, 2005 [3 of 4]

Box 55   Folder 4

“The Conduct of Economics - the example of Fisher Body and General Motors,” drafts, 2005 [4 of 4]

Box 55   Folder 5

Interview with Ning Wang, 2010

Box 55   Folder 6

Interview with Cajing magazine, 2010

Box 55   Folder 7

How China Became Capitalist, preface and chapter 1 drafts, circa 2010 [1 of 2]

Box 55   Folder 8

How China Became Capitalist, preface and chapter 1 drafts, circa 2010 [2 of 2]

Box 55   Folder 9

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 2 drafts, circa 2010

Box 56   Folder 1

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 3 drafts, circa 2010 [1 of 2]

Box 56   Folder 2

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 3 drafts, circa 2010 [2 of 2]

Box 56   Folder 3

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 4 drafts, circa 2010

Box 56   Folder 4

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 5 drafts, circa 2010 [1 of 2]

Box 56   Folder 5

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 5 drafts, circa 2010 [2 of 2]

Box 56   Folder 6

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 6 drafts, circa 2010 [1 of 2]

Box 56   Folder 7

How China Became Capitalist, chapter 6 drafts, circa 2010 [2 of 2]

Box 57   Folder 1

How China Became Capitalist, notes on drafts and related articles, circa 1980-2011

Box 57   Folder 2

How China Became Capitalist, letter to Steven N.S. Cheung about book, 2007

Box 57   Folder 3

How China Became Capitalist, letters with comments on drafts, 2010

Box 57   Folder 4

How China Became Capitalist, promotional material and reviews, 2012-2013

Box 57   Folder 5

“The Misunderstood China Model,” typescript with note on aims and scope of Man and the Economy journal; short note to Sheng Hong and Mao Yushi, 2013

Box 57   Folder 6

Handwritten drafts of proposal for new journal, Man and the Economy, and miscellaneous notes, circa 2013

Box 57   Folder 7

Broadcasting articles, 1946-1966

Box 57   Folder 8

Industrial Organization/Firm/Producers articles, 1937-1972

Box 57   Folder 9

Monopoly articles, 1935-1972

Box 57   Folder 10

Pig-cycle in Great Britain articles, 1935-1937

Box 57   Folder 11

Postal service articles, 1939-1961

Box 57   Folder 12

Pricing/costs articles, 1937-1968

Box 57   Folder 13

Public policy articles, 1974

Box 57   Folder 14

Public utilities articles, 1966-1970

Box 57   Folder 15

Social cost articles, 1960-1978

Box 57   Folder 16

State regulation and nationalization articles, 1950-1974

Box 58   Folder 1

“L’application du cout marginal de revient en matiere de tarifs des services publics,” memorandum from Ronald Coase, Professor at London School of Economics, undated

Box 58   Folder 2

“The Central Message of the Wealth of Nations,” typescript, undated

Box 58   Folder 3

“The Chicago School of Economics,” handwritten text from seminar discussion, undated

Box 58   Folder 4

Discussion of Professor Barnett’s paper “Democracy in the Newsroom and the FCC,” typescript, undated

Box 58   Folder 5

“Economic Freedom and Human Rights,” Phoenix Speech, typescript, undated

Box 58   Folder 6

“The Economics of Pollution,” handwritten draft, typescript, and copies, undated

Box 58   Folder 7

“La guerre de Troie n’aura pas lieu,” handwritten notes, undated

Box 58   Folder 8

Notes - Kutuzou and Arthur Hugh Clough, undated

Box 58   Folder 9

“The Light that Failed,” handwritten draft, undated

Box 58   Folder 10

Miscellaneous notes, including lighthouses, blackmail, and Samuelson, undated

Box 58   Folder 11

Unidentified page on China, possibly from How China Became Capitalist, undated

Box 58   Folder 12

“The Pigouvian Doctrine of Private and Social Products,” handwritten notes, undated

Box 58   Folder 13

“The Pigouvian Tradition,” typescript, undated

Box 58   Folder 14

“The Place of Economics,” possible introduction to reprint of “Economics and Contiguous Disciplines,” undated

Box 58   Folder 15

The Problem of Socialism, American Policy on International Investment and Trade, and other topics; notecards, undated

Box 58   Folder 16

“The Radio Frequency Spectrum and Property Rights,” undated [new version of “The Radio Frequency Spectrum as a Scarce Resource” from 1962]

Box 58   Folder 17

“Social cost – article” and “Wealth and Welfare,” notes, undated

Box 58   Folder 18

“Social responsibilities of the businessman,” typescript, undated

Box 58   Folder 19

“The social responsibility of a corporation,” typescript, undated

Box 58   Folder 20

“Socialism and liberty,” typescript of lecture, undated

Box 58   Folder 21

“The Television Networking Agreement in Britain,” typescript, undated

Box 58   Folder 22

“La Theórie de l’ecomie industrielle,” notes in French, undated

Series IV: Research

Subseries 1, Public Utilities, contains documents used for Ronald Coase’s studies on public utilities in Great Britain, including gas, electricity, water supply, and railroads. It includes notes, pamphlets, articles, British government documents, and utility company reports. There are a significant number of documents on water supply, and these have been placed at the end of the subseries. The material ranges in date from 1928-2003, with some undated material, and includes copies of 19th century documents.

Subseries 2, Broadcasting, is the largest subseries in the Research series. It covers topics such as pay television, educational television, radio broadcasting, advertising, the payola controversy, the Federal Communications Commission, and the British Broadcasting Corporation. It contains a wide range of material, including popular and scholarly articles, reports, pamphlets and brochures, posters, notes, press releases, texts of speeches, and government documents such as text of testimony before the Federal Communications Commission.

The subseries is divided into four Sub-subseries. The first Sub-subseries contains folders organized according to a letter-number system beginning with either AF or BF. The material appears to have been maintained in this order by either Ronald Coase or his research assistants. AF files are related to the American system of broadcasting and BF files to the British. The last few folders in the Sub-subseries provide a more detailed description of the filing system, and following this there are three boxes of index cards that appear to be an index to the AF/BF files.

Following the AF/BF files, there is a Sub-subseries for Clippings and Articles, which also appear to have been files maintained by Coase and his research assistants. Following this, the remaining broadcasting research has been organized in to the final two sub-subseries, Correspondence and General Research files. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically according to the name or organization of the correspondent. The general research files are arranged in roughly chronological order.

The material in the Broadcasting series date from 1910-2006, with the bulk from the 1950s-1970s.

Subseries 3, Post Office, contains material related to Ronald Coase's research on the post office and telegraph systems in Great Britain and the United States, particularly efforts at post office reform. The material ranges in date from 1890-1975 and includes copies of 19th century documents. It is arranged in chronological order, with the copies of 19th century documents generally placed at the end of the series.

Subseries 4, Alfred Marshall, contains documents related to Ronald Coase's research on the economist Alfred Marshall, the majority of which is genealogical and family history research. It includes correspondence with research assistants and libraries in Australia and Great Britain, articles, genealogical information, and a significant number of copies of 19th century documents, particularly from the Queensland State Archives in Brisbane, Australia. The material ranges in date from 1903-2004. It is generally arranged chronologically, with copies and undated material placed at the end of the series.

Subseries 5, Lighthouses, contains notes, articles, reports, correspondence, and other material on lighthouses in Great Britain. The material ranges in date from 1959-2001 and includes undated material and copies of 19th century documents. It is generally arranged chronologically, with copies and undated material placed at the end of the series.

Subseries 6, Blackmail, contains articles, correspondence, notes, and other material on the economic and legal aspects of blackmail. The material ranges in date from 1907-2004. It is generally arranged chronologically, with copies and undated material placed at the end of the series.

Subseries 7, General Motors and Fisher Body, contains trial transcripts, articles, and correspondence related to General Motors' acquisition of Fisher Body. The correspondence is mostly between Ronald Coase and Benjamin Klein, regarding the two economists’ differing interpretations of the case and its implications. The material ranges in date from 1928-2005. Copies of trial transcripts are placed first, and following that the material is generally arranged chronologically.

Subseries 8, Nobel Prize winners, contains articles, chapters, and notes on Nobel Prize winners. They appear to have been collected for a research project that Ronald Coase did not complete. The material ranges in date from 1967-2005.

Subseries 9, Bibliographies, resource lists, and citation analysis, contains citation analysis of works by Ronald Coase and other economists as well as general bibliographies and lists of resources. The material ranges in date from the 1970s-2009.

Subseries 1: Public Utilities

Box 58    Folder 23

Further Factors in Industrial and Commercial Efficiency, report of Committee on Industry and Trade, 1928

Box 58    Folder 24

British government reports on industries, 1928, 1956,1962

Box 58    Folder 25

Three documents - “Telephone Service,” “Annual Cost of an Item of Plant in Situ,” and “TIM (speaking clock) London, 1936

Box 58    Folder 26

Letter and first page of report on railway rate-fixing from W.H. Hutt, 1948

Box 59    Folder 1

Some Aspects of the St. Lawrence Project, dissertation by Sister Jane Mary Howard, 1949

Box 59    Folder 2

“Sur las tarifations d’Internet general dans les services publics inustriels,” report in French,1949

Box 59    Folder 3

“Sur quelques questions de tarification de l’energie electrique,” report in French, 1949

Box 59    Folder 4

“The Finances of Electricity Supply,” draft of paper by R.S. Edwards, August 22, 1958

Box 59    Folder 5

Reports and correspondence regarding electricity pricing, 1962

Box 59    Folder 6

Electricity Council reports, correspondence, and related material, 1962-1965

Box 59    Folder 7

“On investment choices in electricity generation,” article by Ralph Turvey, 1963

Box 59    Folder 8

“Report on the Space Heating Load in relation to the supply system in England and Wales,” February 1964

Box 59    Folder 9

“Economics of the Domestic Space Heating Load,” article by P.A. Lingard, February 1964

Box 59    Folder 10

Gas Council and Electricity Council correspondence, 1965-1970

Box 59    Folder 11

“Economic Organization,” by H. Demsetz, March 25, 1970

Box 60    Folder 1

Extract from “Twelve Months in a Curatorship,” paper on the finances of wine, undated

Box 60    Folder 2

Mining Districts and Mineral Resources of Nevada, copies of book by Francis Church Lincoln, undated

Box 60    Folder 3

Notes on gas industry, undated

Box 60    Folder 4

Notes on Knoop, “Principles and Methods of Municipal Trading,” undated

Box 60    Folder 5

Notes on public utilities – water and electricity, undated

Box 60    Folder 6

“The Profitability of New Investment,” memorandum by H.M. Treasury, undated

Box 60    Folder 7

“Railway Regulation - the outcome of the law forbidding undue preference,” typescript and notes by Harry Townsend, undated

Box 60    Folder 8

“The Regulation of Gas Supply - control by local acts, 1810-1846,” paper by Harry Townsend, undated

Box 60    Folder 9

“The Regulation of Gas Supply - control by local acts, 1810-1846,” drafts and notes, undated [1 of 2]

Box 60    Folder 10

“The Regulation of Gas Supply - control by local acts, 1810-1846,” drafts and notes, undated [2 of 2]

Box 60    Folder 11

Water supply, electricity supply, gas supply, and railway regulations – unlabeled writings, undated

Box 61   Folder 1

“Facts proving water to be the only beverage fitted to give health and strength to man,” 19th century pamphlet, undated

Box 61   Folder 2

Water supply articles and reports, 1944-1950, undated

Box 61   Folder 3

Articles on water supply, pollution, and the Law of the Seas, 1954-1972

Box 61   Folder 4

Summaries, copies, and notes on 19th century documents on water supply and related correspondence, 1966-1967

Box 61   Folder 5

Bulletins and pamphlets on water and pollution, 1972-1980

Box 61   Folder 6

Lists of sources of water supply in Britain, copies, 1977

Box 61   Folder 7

Reprints and booklets on water and pollution, 1981-1990

Box 61   Folder 8

London’s Water Wars, copies of book by John Graham Leigh, 2000

Box 61   Folder 9

List of resources on London water supply, 2003

Box 62   Folder 1

Documents and lists of sources on water supply, copies, 2003-2004

Box 62   Folder 2

Observations on the Establishment of New Water Works Companies from 1824, copy and related correspondence, 2004-2005

Box 62   Folder 3

Extracts of 19th century documents on water supply lobbying, undated

Box 62   Folder 4

Extracts of Chelsea Company minutes from 1775-1821, undated [copy 1]

Box 62   Folder 5

Extracts of Chelsea Company minutes from 1775-1821, undated [copy 2]

Box 62   Folder 6

Extracts of East London Company minutes from 1807-1822, undated [copy 1]

Box 62   Folder 7

Extracts of East London Company minutes from 1807-1822, undated [copy 2]

Box 63   Folder 1

Extracts of Grand Junction Company minutes from 1811-1821, undated

Box 63   Folder 2

Extracts of London Bridge Company minutes from 1804-1822

Box 63   Folder 3

Extracts of New River Company minutes from 1804-1823, undated

Box 63   Folder 4

Extracts of West Middlesex Company minutes from 1806-1821, undated

Box 63   Folder 5

Notes on 19th century London water supply, undated [1 of 2]

Box 63   Folder 6

Notes on 19th century London water supply, undated [2 of 2]

Box 63   Folder 7

Statistics on early 19th century London water companies and transcript of 1816 report on the pavements of the metropolis, undated

Box 63   Folder 8

Pamphlet on water supply in London from 1811, copy, undated

Box 64   Folder 1

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [1 of 4, copy 1]

Box 64   Folder 2

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [2 of 4, copy 1]

Box 64   Folder 3

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [3 of 4, copy 1]

Box 64   Folder 4

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [4 of 4, copy 1]

Box 64   Folder 5

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [1 of 4, copy 2]

Box 64   Folder 6

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [2 of 4, copy 2]

Box 65   Folder 1

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [3 of 4, copy 2]

Box 65   Folder 2

Reports from the Select Committees on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, copies of reprints of British Parliamentary Papers from 1821, undated [4 of 4, copy 2]

Box 66

Index cards with notes on public utilities research

Box 67

Index cards with notes on public utilities research

Subseries 2: Broadcasting

Sub-subseries 1: AF/BF Broadcasting files

Box 65   Folder 3

AF 20 “Advertising and selling” clipping on radio program analyzers, August 1945

Box 65   Folder 4

AF 20.3 American Journal of Economics and Sociology, volume 13, number 1, October 1953

Box 65   Folder 5

AF 20.4 “Television - the best is yet to come,” condensed article by Millard C. Faught, July 1954

Box 65   Folder 6

AF 20.6 “Soc - Educational Radio” index card, undated

Box 65   Folder 7

AF 20.9 “Television’s Impact on Society,” article by Thomas E. Coffin, 1955

Box 65   Folder 8

AF 21.1 “Television - the new cyclops,” special report, March 10, 1956

Box 65   Folder 9

AF 29.2 “Education’s Megacycle,” article by William Dow Boutwell, September 1943

Box 65   Folder 10

AF 29.3 Theater Television in England, booklet by A.G.D. West, 1948

Box 65   Folder 11

AF 29.3-1 Journal SMPTE, November 1954

Box 65   Folder 12

AF 29.4 “Economies in Cross Channel Affiliation of Media,” article by Harvey J. Levin, Spring 1954

Box 65   Folder 13

AF 29.4-1 “Audiences for Broadcasting in Britain and America,” article by Burton Paulu, 1955

Box 65   Folder 14

AF 29.6 “Firm Offers to Break Any Broadcast Code,” reprint of article, September 9, 1955

Box 65   Folder 15

AF 29.7 “Television Advertising as Viewed by Retailers,” reprint of article, by Jack B. Landis and Thomas E. Coffin, 1956

Box 65   Folder 16

AF 30 Land Economics journal with article by Ronald Coase – “Development of the British Television Service,” August 1954

Box 65   Folder 17

AF 32.2 “The Educators and Television,” article by Harvey Levin in The New Leader, October 15, 1951

Box 65   Folder 18

AF 33.4 The Dimensions of American Broadcasting,” reprint of article by William C. Ackerman, 1954

Box 65   Folder 19

AF 33.4-2 “The Logic of Educational Television,” reprint of article by Harvey Levin, 1957

Box 65   Folder 20

AF 34.1 “Standards of Welfare in Economic Thought,” reprint of article by Harvey J. Levin, February 1956

Box 65   Folder 21

AF 34.1-1 “Program patterns and preferences and the workability of competition in radio broadcasting,” reprint of article by Peter O. Steiner, May 1952

Box 65   Folder 22

AF 34.2 “How Good is British Radio?” reprint of article by Grand Chester, October 1949

Box 65   Folder 23

AF 35.9 “Cultural Compatibility in the Adoption of Television,” reprint of article by Saxon Graham, December 1954

Box 65   Folder 24

AF 40-1 American Broadcasting Company Report of 1946, January 1947

Box 65   Folder 25

AF 40-3 WJZ Advance Program, September-October 1948

Box 65   Folder 26

AF 40-4 “This is ABC - the measurement of a network,” promotional booklet, Spring 1948

Box 65   Folder 27

AF 40-5 “History of ABC, Inc.,” typescript, July 1948

Box 65   Folder 28

AF 40.1 “The Structure of the Advertising Agency Business,” booklet for candidates for examinations, 1951

Box 65   Folder 29

AF 40.1-1 “The AAA Examinations for Advertising,” booklet, undated

Box 65   Folder 30

AF 40.2 “TV Measurement for the Sponsor,” booklet from American Research Bureau, 1956

Box 65   Folder 31

AF 40.3 “Radio-Television Survey for Phoenix, Arizona,” report, 1954

Box 65   Folder 32

AF 40.4 Speech for the Buffalo-Niagara Chapter of the American Marketing Association by Edgar Gunther, January 21, 1958

Box 65   Folder 33

AF 42-1 Comments on behalf of CBS, Inc., before the Federal Communications Commission, June 9, 1955

Box 65   Folder 34

AF 42-2 Excerpts and graphs from CBS nationwide survey on advertising and radio, undated

Box 65   Folder 35

AF 42-3 “CBS Network Rate card #32,” booklet, 1947

Box 65   Folder 36

AF 42-4 “21 CBS Package Programs,” booklet, Winter 1948

Box 68   Folder 1

AF 42-5 “The Right of Radio to Editorialize,” statement before the Federal Communications Commission by Frank Stanton, March 1, 1948

Box 68   Folder 2

AF 42-6 “CBS Statement on Pay Television by Frank Stanton,” booklet, 1955

Box 68   Folder 3

AF 42-7 “Marketing and a new social force,” booklet with text of lecture, May 15, 1956

Box 68   Folder 4

AF 42-8 “Annual Report to the Stockholders of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.,” 1955

Box 68   Folder 5

AF 42-9 “Annual Report to the Stockholders of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.,” 1957

Box 68   Folder 6

AF 42-10 “The Road to Responsibility,” booklet with text of address by William S. Paley, May 25, 1964

Box 68   Folder 7

AF 42-11 Testing and creating effective television commercials, typescripts, 1954-1956

Box 68   Folder 8

AF 42-12 Remarks by Frank Stanton, press release, November 8, 1957

Box 68   Folder 9

AF 42-13 “Free Television and the American People,” CBS booklet, 1958

Box 68   Folder 10

AF 42-14 “CBS Television Spot Sales Spot Television Cume Rule,” undated

Box 68   Folder 11

AF 44 “A Summary of Yearly Studies of Televiewing,” article, October 1963

Box 68   Folder 12

AF 45 The Ford Foundation, “The TV-Radio Workshop,” article, undated

Box 68   Folder 13

AF 45.1-2 “Freedom to See - the Khrushchev broadcast and its meaning for television,” paper by Herbert Mitgang, undated

Box 68   Folder 14

AF 45.2 Federal Communications Bar Association pamphlet and letter, April 1958

Box 68   Folder 15

AF 46 “A Preliminary Study of State-wide Educational FM Broadcast System for NY State,” April 6, 1946

Box 68   Folder 16

AF 46.1 “Answers to questions about General Foods advertising,” booklet, 1942

Box 68   Folder 17

AF 47 “Hooperatings ‘Hi-Lights,” flier, April 15, 1948

Box 68   Folder 18

AF 47-1 “Highlights of U.S. Hooperatings: an outline of method, scope, and objectives,” booklet, 1948

Box 68   Folder 19

AF 47-2 “Congress and the control of Radiobroadcasting,” report by the Radiobroadcasting research project, and “Hooperatings program pocket piece,” 1944, 1948

Box 68   Folder 20

AF 47-3 Hooperatings program, 1948

Box 68   Folder 21

AF 47.1 Broadcasting industry and advertising fliers and brochures, 1953-1958

Box 68   Folder 22

AF 47.2-1 “Small station management and the control of radiobroadcasting,” report by the Radiobroadcasting research project, 1948

Box 68   Folder 23

AF 49.1 Jerrold Home Theater System press release, 1956

Box 68   Folder 24

AF 49.1-1 “Servicing Subscription TV - Wired systems vs. scrambled broadcasts,” booklet, undated

Box 68   Folder 25

AF 49.1-2 “A comparison of scrambled broadcast and wired systems for establishing a subscription television industry,” typescript prepared for panel discussion, 1955

Box 68   Folder 26

AF 49.1-3 Broadcasting Telecasting newsletter, 1955

Box 68   Folder 27

AF 49.1-4 Jerrold Cable Theater – text of address and promotional material, 1957

Box 68   Folder 28

AF 49.2 Radio and television industry advertising and programming fliers and brochures, 1954-1958

Box 68   Folder 29

AF 50 LaSalle Extension University Television Survey, 1947-1948

Box 68   Folder 30

AF 51 Municipal Broadcasting System Masterwork Bulletin, 1948

Box 68   Folder 31

AF 51.2 WKAR-TV Research Report, 1956

Box 68   Folder 32

AF 51.3 “The Changing Role of the Advertising Agency in the Modern Marketing Concept,” booklet, undated

Box 68   Folder 33

AF 51.3-1 ESSO TV News Reporter memorandum, undated

Box 69   Folder 1

AF 52-1 Bureau of Applied Social Research memorandum, February 16, 1948

Box 69   Folder 2

AF 52-2 Radio management study no.1, circa 1946

Box 69   Folder 3

AF 52-4 Radio management study no.3, circa 1946

Box 69   Folder 4

AF 52-5 Radio management study no.4, 1946

Box 69   Folder 5

AF 52-6 Radio management study no.5, circa 1946

Box 69   Folder 6

AF 52-7 Radio management study no.6, circa 1946

Box 69   Folder 7

AF 52-8 Radio management study no.7, circa 1947

Box 69   Folder 8

AF 52-9 Radio management study no.8, 1947

Box 69   Folder 9

AF 52-10 Radio management study no.9, 1947

Box 69   Folder 10

AF 52-11 National Association of Broadcasters Frequency Modulation Management Study no.1, circa 1947

Box 69   Folder 11

AF 52-12 National Association of Broadcasters Frequency Modulation Management Study no.2, circa 1947

Box 69   Folder 12

AF 52-13 Proposed standards of practice of the National Association of Broadcasters, 1947

Box 69   Folder 13

AF 52-14 How Radio Advertising Works for Retailers, booklet, 1947

Box 69   Folder 14

AF 52-15 “The Blue Book: an analysis,” by Justin Miller, President, National Association of Broadcasters, 1947

Box 69   Folder 15

AF 52-16 “How much for how many? A study of media costs,” National Association of Broadcasters report, 1946

Box 69   Folder 16

AF 52-17 Program Log Analysis, National Association of Broadcasters, 1946 November

Box 69   Folder 17

AF 52-18 Broadcast Expenses, charts by National Association of Broadcasters, 1948 January 5

Box 69   Folder 18

AF 52-19 National Association of Broadcasters interviews of public opinion, results, 1948

Box 69   Folder 19

AF 52-20 “How to buy radio time,” booklet, 1943

Box 69   Folder 20

AF 52-21 “Radio’s balance sheet,” press release, 1947

Box 69   Folder 21

AF 52-22 “Standards of Practice,” National Association of Broadcasters bulletin, 1948

Box 69   Folder 22

AF 52-23 “Facts for the Future - the Broadcaster’s Stake,” text of address by Kenneth H. Baker, 1948

Box 69   Folder 23

AF 52-24 “Freedom of Speech,” National Association of Broadcasters statement/booklet, 1948

Box 69   Folder 24

AF 52.2 “The Television Code of the National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters,” 1956-1957

Box 69   Folder 25

AF 52.3-1 Description of NBC University of the Air, undated

Box 69   Folder 26

AF 52.3-2 “Why Sales Come in Curves,” NBC report, circa 1950s

Box 69   Folder 27

AF 52.3-4 Television Participating Program rate guide from NBC, 1957

Box 69   Folder 28

AF 52.3-5 Radio-TV Time Contract Chart, NBC Spot Sales, 1951

Box 69   Folder 29

AF 52.3-6 “Television at the Crossroads,” text of address by Robert W. Sarnoff, 1957

Box 69   Folder 30

AF 52.4 “The Ideal Radio Research,” a proposal by Arthur C. Nielsen, 1946

Box 69   Folder 31

AF 52.4-1 “New Facts About Radio Research,” an address by Arthur C. Nielsen, 1946

Box 69   Folder 32

AF 52.4-2 Nielsen ratings, November 2-8, 1947

Box 69   Folder 33

AF 52.4-4 The Nielsen Researcher - “Postwar Trends in Food Marketing” and “Program ratings – a Boon or Menace?” 1947

Box 69   Folder 34

AF 52.4-5 “Television Facts,” booklet, 1957

Box 69   Folder 35

AF 52.4-6 Sales points from WPIX 11 New York, undated

Box 69   Folder 36

AF 52.4-9 National TV Nielsen Ratings, November 1954

Box 69   Folder 37

AF 52.4-10 National TV Nielsen Ratings, November 1955; key

Box 69   Folder 38

AF 52.4-11 National TV Nielsen Ratings, November 1956

Box 69   Folder 39

AF 52.4-12 National TV Nielsen Ratings, November 1957

Box 69   Folder 40

AF 52.5 National Association for Better Radio and Television Aims and Purposes flier, undated

Box 69   Folder 41

AF 52.5-1 National Association for Better Radio and Television list of available publications, 1950s

Box 69   Folder 42

AF 52.5-2 “Television is Yours,” National Association for Better Radio and Television booklet, undated

Box 69   Folder 43

AF 52.5-3 “Children and Television – some opinions” National Association for Better Radio and Television booklet, undated

Box 69   Folder 44

AF 52.5-4 NAFBRAT Radio and Television Guide to Better Programs, National Association for Better Radio and Television, undated

Box 69   Folder 45

AF 52.5-5 National Association for Better Radio and Television 6th Annual Report on Children’s Radio and Television programs, 1956

Box 69   Folder 46

AF 52.5-6 National Association for Better Radio and Television bulletin, January 1957

Box 69   Folder 47

AF 52.5-7 National Association for Better Radio and Television bulletin, November 1956

Box 69   Folder 48

AF 52.5-8 NAFBRAT Radio and Television Guide to Better Programs, National Association for Better Radio and Television, Spring-Summer 1957

Box 69   Folder 49

AF 52.5-9 NAFBRAT Radio and Television Guide to Better Programs, National Association for Better Radio and Television, Spring 1958

Box 69   Folder 50

AF 52.5-10 National Association for Better Radio and Television bulletin, April 1957

Box 70   Folder 1

AF 52.5-11 National Association for Better Radio and Television 7th Annual Report on Children’s Radio and Television programs, 1957

Box 70   Folder 2

AF 52.5-12 National Association for Better Radio and Television bulletin, October 1957

Box 70   Folder 3

AF 52.5-13 National Association for Better Radio and Television bulletin, November-December 1957

Box 70   Folder 4

AF 52.5-14 National Association for Better Radio and Television bulletin, January-February 1958

Box 70   Folder 5

AF 52.5-15 National Association for Better Radio and Television press release regarding annual awards, 1958

Box 70   Folder 6

AF 52.5-16 “Fifteen reasons why crime-westerns are not acceptable TV Fare for Children,” National Association for Better Radio and Television flier, undated

Box 70   Folder 7

AF 52.5-17 National Association for Better Radio and Television list of sponsors of TV programs, undated

Box 70   Folder 8

AF 52.5-18 National Association for Better Radio and Television survey of crime on television, 1958

Box 70   Folder 9

AF 52.5-19 National Association for Better Radio and Television mailings, National Audience Board newsletters, 1958-1960

Box 70   Folder 10

AF 52.5-20 National Association for Better Radio and Television mailings, 1958, undated

Box 70   Folder 11

AF 52.6 National Audience Board newsletter, December 1956

Box 70   Folder 12

AF 52.6-1 National Audience Board newsletter, May 1957

Box 70   Folder 13

AF 52.6-1 List of 326 commercials studied, undated

Box 70   Folder 14

AF 52.6-2 National Audience Board newsletters, April-October 1958

Box 70   Folder 15

AF 52.7 “Protection of Public Morals through censorship,” booklet from New York University School of Law, 1953

Box 70   Folder 16

AF 53 “The Personal Interview Roster Method of Radio Measurement and its Application,” booklet, 1946

Box 70   Folder 17

AF 54 Rural radio network brochures, undated

Box 70   Folder 18

AF 54.1 “The Federal Communications Commission Looks at Broadcasting,” text of address by Commissioner Robert E. Lee, 1956

Box 70   Folder 19

AF 54.2 “The American System of Broadcasting and its Function in the Preservation of Democracy,” by David Sarnoff, 1938

Box 70   Folder 20

AF 55 “Report of the Social Science Research Council Committee on Analysis of Pre-Election Polls and Forecasts,” 1948

Box 70   Folder 21

AF 55.1 “A project to establish a State College of Washington radio station,” undated

Box 70   Folder 22

AF 55.2 “New Horizons in Television Commercial Effectiveness,” text of address by Horace S. Schwerin, 1956

Box 70   Folder 23

AF 55.2-1 “Why TV Commercials Sell – or don’t sell,” text of address by Donald H. McCollum, 1957

Box 70   Folder 24

AF 55.2-3 “Measuring Advertising’s Power to Motivate,” text of address by Horace S. Schwerin, 1954

Box 70   Folder 25

AF 55.2-4 “Some basic information about Schwerin research corporation,” undated

Box 70   Folder 26

AF 55.3 Text of address by Frank M. Headley, Station Representatives Association, February 21, 1957

Box 70   Folder 27

AF 55.4 Skiatron Toll-TV System press release, 1957

Box 70   Folder 28

AF 56 “How will Television Affect Motion Pictures?” text of panel discussion, 1948

Box 70   Folder 29

AF 56.1 SPOT Television Advertising Expenditures annual report, 1956

Box 70   Folder 30

AF 57 University of Chicago Roundtable suggestions for television program series, flier, undated

Box 70   Folder 31

AF 57.1 University of Louisville and Radio Station WAVE, information brochure, undated

Box 70   Folder 32

AF 57.1-3 Wisconsin School of the Air: radio programs for elementary schools, 1948

Box 70   Folder 33

AF 57.2 University of Wisconsin Annual Reports of the University Radio Committee, 1946, 1948

Box 70   Folder 34

AF 57.2-1 University of Wisconsin Annual Report of the University Radio Committee, 1947

Box 70   Folder 35

AF 57.2-2 University of Wisconsin Radio Station bulletin, November 1948

Box 70   Folder 36

AF 57.2-4 WHA (University of Wisconsin) program schedule, 1957

Box 70   Folder 37

AF 57.2-5 Annual Report of the [WHA] University Radio-Television Committee, 1956

Box 70   Folder 38

AF 58 Western Electric Oscillator booklet, May 1948

Box 70   Folder 39

AF 58.1 Interview with Lawrence H. Rogers, radio station manager, circa 1950s

Box 70   Folder 40

AF 58.2-1 The Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, program, 1957

Box 70   Folder 41

AF 58.2-2 Who’s Who at the Boston Public Service Conference, 1957

Box 70   Folder 42

AF 58.2-3 Address of welcome to the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 43

AF 58.2-4 Special message by Milton Stover Eisenhower to the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 44

AF 58.2-5 Special message by Vice President Richard Nixon to the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 45

AF 58.2-6 Special message by Senator John F. Kennedy to the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 46

AF 58.2-7 Special message by Dr. Ralph Bunch to the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 47

AF 58.2-8 Special message by Rear Admiral H.B. Rickover to the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 48

AF 58.2-9 Text of address by Joseph N. Welch at the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 49

AF 58.2-10 Text of address by FCC Chairman George C. McConnaughey at the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 50

AF 58.2-11 Copies of clippings describing the Boston Conference on Local Public Service Programming, 1957

Box 70   Folder 51

AF 58.3 Results of questionnaire on preferences and reactions of typical radio audiences, 1930

Box 70   Folder 52

AF 58.4 The Roper Public Opinion Research Center at Williams College, booklet, 1957

Box 70   Folder 53

AF 59 “Phonevision and the Broadcaster,” brochure, undated

Box 70   Folder 54

AF 59-3 Zenith radio station booklets on FM radio, 1948, undated

Box 70   Folder 55

AF 59-4 “Television and the Motion Picture Industry,” by E.F. McDonald, Jr., President of Zenith Radio Corporation, February 10, 1948

Box 70   Folder 56

AF 59-5 Zenith Radio Corporation letter on television and the movie industry, January 27, 1948

Box 70   Folder 57

AF 59-6 “Editorial comments on subscription TV,” booklet from Zenith Radio Corporation, 1955

Box 70   Folder 58

AF 59-7 “Subscription TV,” address by Ted Leitzel of Zenith Radio Corporation, undated

Box 70   Folder 59

AF 59-8 “Phonevision – a progress report,” from Zenith Radio Corporation, 1955

Box 70   Folder 60

AF 59-9 Zenith Annual Report for 1955, circa 1956

Box 71   Folder 1

AF 59-10 “The Zenith Story - a history from 1919,” booklet, undated

Box 71   Folder 2

AF 59-11 “The Outlook for Subscription Television,” text of address by Millard C. Faught, economic consultant to Zenith Radio Corporation, 1954

Box 71   Folder 3

AF 59-12 Zenith Radio Corporation Press release, undated

Box 71   Folder 4

AF 59-14 Zenith Radio Corporation letter to publishers, newspapers, and columnists, 1958

Box 71   Folder 5

AF 59-15 Federal Communications Commission resolution on subscription television, 1958

Box 71   Folder 6

AF 59-16 “Pay TV Poses Threat to Network Monopoly,” editorial, 1958

Box 71   Folder 7

AF 59-17 Editorials on pay TV, 1958

Box 71   Folder 8

AF 59-88 Television news clippings, San Francisco News, 1958

Box 71   Folder 9

AF 59-99 Pay TV news clipping, San Francisco News, 1959

Box 71   Folder 10

AF 59.1 “Why Phonevision in inevitable,” text of address by Joseph S. Wright, 1955

Box 71   Folder 11

AF 59.2 Zenith Radio Corporation message to stockholders and letter to Barney Balaban, 1948

Box 71   Folder 12

AF 60 Statement of Governor Edwin C. Johnson before the Senate Committee on interstate and foreign commerce, 1956 April 24

Box 71   Folder 13

AF 60-2 “The Network Monopoly” – report for the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 1956

Box 71   Folder 14

AF 60-3 Statement of American Broadcasting Company before the committee on interstate and foreign commerce, April 27, 1956

Box 71   Folder 15

AF 60-4 Memorandum concerning the Applicability of the Antitrust laws to the television broadcast activities of Columbia Broadcasting System, June 4, 1956

Box 71   Folder 16

AF 60-5 Memorandum concerning the statement of Richard A. Moore, June 1956

Box 71   Folder 17

AF 60-6 An analysis of Senator John W. Bricker’s report entitled, “The Network Monopoly,” June 1956

Box 71   Folder 18

AF 60-7 Statement of Frank Stanton, President of CBS, Inc., before the Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, June 12, 1956

Box 71   Folder 19

AF 60-8 Network practices - memorandum supplementing the statement of Frank Stanton, June 1956

Box 71   Folder 20

AF 60-9 Comments of WSAZ, Inc. regarding subscription TV before the Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, April 26, 1956

Box 71   Folder 21

AF 60-10 Comments of WSAZ, Inc., regarding the Senate investigation on network practices before the Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, June 20, 1956

Box 71   Folder 22

AF 60-11 Statement of Ralph Bellamy before the Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, April 24, 1956

Box 71   Folder 23

AF 60-12 Statement of Jerrold Electronics Corporation before the Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, April 27, 1956

Box 71   Folder 24

AF 60-13 and AF 60-14 [original folders empty]

Box 71   Folder 25

AF 60-17 Reply to comments of KTTV, January 1957

Box 71   Folder 26

AF 60-18 Memorandum on behalf of CBS, Inc. in reply to the memorandum of Law submitted by KTTV, Inc., January 28, 1957

Box 71   Folder 27

AF 60-19 “Television and Free Competition,” testimony of Richard A. Moor, President, KTTV, Inc., and Donald F. Turner, Cambridge, MA, March 26, 1956

Box 71   Folder 28

AF 60-20 Comments of KTTV on the testimony of Dr. Frank Stanton concerning the statement of Richard A. Moore, October 29, 1956

Box 71   Folder 29

AF 60-21 Memorandum concerning Time Options, the ‘Must Buy’ practice, and the public interest, October 31, 1956

Box 71   Folder 30

AF 60-23 to AF 60-29 [original folders empty]

Box 71   Folder 31

AF 60.1 Statement of Richard S. Salant, Vice President of CBS, Inc., February 3, 1956

Box 71   Folder 32

AF 60.1-3, 60.2-4, 60.3, 60.3-1, 60.3-2, 60.3-3, 60.4 [original folders empty]

Box 71   Folder 33

AF 60.4-1 Memorandum on adjustment of fees of the Federal Communications Commission, October 28, 1957

Box 72   Folder 1

AF 61r0 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 0 – Statement of Organization, delegations of authority, and other information, October 5, 1954

Box 72   Folder 2

AF 61-1 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 1 – Practice and Procedure, December 23, 1955

Box 72   Folder 3

AF 61-2 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 2 – Frequency Allocations and Radio Treaty Matters; General Rules and Regulations, June 25, 1955

Box 72   Folder 4

AF 61-3 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 3 – Radio Broadcast Services, December 9, 1955

Box 72   Folder 5

AF 61-3A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 3 – Radio Broadcast Services, 1947

Box 72   Folder 6

AF 61-4 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 4 – Experimental and Auxiliary Broadcast Services, June 25, 1955

Box 72   Folder 7

AF 61-4A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 4 - Experimental and Auxiliary Broadcast Services, 1946-1947

Box 72   Folder 8

AF 61-5 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 5 – Rules governing the experimental radio services, February 25, 1953

Box 72   Folder 9

AF 61-5A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 5 – Rules governing experimental radio services, 1948

Box 72   Folder 10

AF 61-6 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 6 – Rules governing public radio communication services (other than maritime mobile), May 6, 1949

Box 72   Folder 11

AF 61-7 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 7 – Stations on Land in the Maritime Services, September 16, 1955

Box 72   Folder 12

AF 61-8 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 8 – Stations on Shipboard in the maritime services, September 16, 1955

Box 72   Folder 13

AF 61-9 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 9 – Aviation Services, December 14, 1955

Box 72   Folder 14

AF 61-10 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 10 – Rules Governing Public Safety Radio Services, December 18, 1953

Box 72   Folder 15

AF 61-10A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 10 – Rules Governing Emergency Radio Services, 1946-1947

Box 72   Folder 16

AF 61-12 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 12 – Rules governing amateur radio service, November 28, 1953

Box 72   Folder 17

AF 61-12A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 12 – Rules governing amateur radio service, 1946

Box 72   Folder 18

AF 61-13 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 13 – Commercial radio operators, December 3, 1954

Box 72   Folder 19

AF 61-13A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 13 – Commercial radio operators, 1948

Box 72   Folder 20

AF 61-14 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 14 – Public fixed stations and stations of the maritime services in Alaska, August 16, 1956

Box 72   Folder 21

AF 61-15 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 15 – Incidental and restricted radiation devices, December 29, 1955

Box 72   Folder 22

AF 61-16 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 16 – Land Transportation radio services, October 13, 1955

Box 72   Folder 23

AF 61-17 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 17 – Construction, marketing, and lighting of antenna structures, June 30, 1953

Box 72   Folder 24

AF 61-17A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 17 – Rules governing stations in the utility radio service, 1946

Box 72   Folder 25

AF 61-18 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 18 – Rules governing industrial, scientific, and medical service, September 12, 1953

Box 72   Folder 26

AF 61-19 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 19 – Citizens Radio Service, February 10, 1955

Box 72   Folder 27

AF 61-19A Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 19 – Citizens Radio Service, 1947

Box 72   Folder 28

AF 61-20 “Financial and employee data respecting networks and standard broadcast stations,” FCC report, 1946

Box 72   Folder 29

AF 61-21 Federal Communications Commission Form 324 – Annual Financial report – networks and licensees of broadcast stations [blank form], 1947

Box 72   Folder 30

AF 61-33 Brief of Subscription Radio, Inc., before the Federal Communications Commission

Box 72   Folder 31

AF 61-34 General Information - an A-B-C of the FCC, November 1952

Box 72   Folder 32

AF 61-35 Radio - A Public Primer, 1947

Box 72   Folder 33

AF 61-36 An ABC of the FCC, 1947

Box 72   Folder 34

AF 61-37 Comments of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc. before the FCC regarding subscription television, June 9, 1955

Box 72   Folder 35

AF 61-39 “Subscription radio - a new system of radio broadcasting,” brief to the FCC, October 12, 1944

Box 72   Folder 36

AF 61-42 FCC report on chain broadcasting, May 1941

Box 73   Folder 1

AF 61-43 Comments in response to notice of the proposed rule making promulgated by the Commission on February 10, 1955, June 8, 1955

Box 73   Folder 2

AF 61-44 Reply to Skiatron… to comments filed in opposition to proposed rule making to authorize subscription television service, June 5, 1955

Box 73   Folder 3

AF 61-45 Amendment of Part 3 of the FCC’s rules and regulations to provide for subscription television service, June 5, 1955

Box 73   Folder 4

AF 61-46 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 21 – Domestic radio public services (other than maritime mobile), June 28, 1956

Box 73   Folder 5

AF 61-47 Amendment of Part 3 of the FCC’s rules and regulations to provide for subscription television service, February 10, 1955

Box 73   Folder 6

AF 61-48 FCC Standards of good engineering practice concerning standard broadcasting systems, 1947

Box 73   Folder 7

AF 61-49 Appendix to comments of Zenith Radio Corporation before the FCC, undated

Box 73   Folder 8

AF 61-50 Joint substitute petition concerning subscription television, November 29, 1954

Box 73   Folder 9

AF 61-51 Reply comments of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc. before the FCC, September 9, 1955

Box 73   Folder 10

AF 61-52 Appendix A to reply comments of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc. – survey of television programming in top 75 markets, Spring 1955, August 1955

Box 73   Folder 11

AF 61-53 Comments of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc. before the FCC, December 15, 1955

Box 73   Folder 12

AF 61-54 Reply comments of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc. before the FCC, January 20, 1956

Box 73   Folder 13

AF 61-55 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 11 – Industrial Radio Services, September 13, 1956

Box 73   Folder 14

AF 61-56 Jerrold Electronic Corporation reply to comments before the FCC, September 8, 1955

Box 73   Folder 15

AF 61-57 Comments on proposed rule making submitted by American Broadcasting Company, June 9, 1955

Box 73   Folder 16

AF 61-58 Reply comments of American Broadcasting Company before the FCC, September 9, 1955

Box 73   Folder 17

AF 61-59 Comments of the National Association of Radio and Television broadcasters before the FCC, June 9, 1955

Box 73   Folder 18

AF 61-60 Reply comments of the National Association of Radio and Television broadcasters before the FCC, June 9, 1955

Box 73   Folder 19

AF 61-61 Press release - Americans for Democratic Action supports subscription TV, June 10, 1955

Box 73   Folder 20

AF 61-62 Hickory Hills Broadcasting Company letter to the FCC, May 17, 1955

Box 73   Folder 21

AF 61-63 Hickory Hills Broadcasting Company letter to the FCC, June 8, 1955

Box 73   Folder 22

AF 61-64 Hickory Hills Broadcasting Company letter to the FCC, September 8, 1955

Box 73   Folder 23

AF 61-65 State Radio Council letter to the FCC, April 18, 1955

Box 73   Folder 24

AF 61-66 Jerrold Electronic Corporation - a report to the industry, 1955

Box 73   Folder 25

AF 61-67 Comments on proposed rule-making on subscription television service, by Sidney W. Dean, Jr., April 30, 1955

Box 73   Folder 26

AF 61-68 Statement to the FCC by George W. Overton and Laurin H. Healy, undated

Box 73   Folder 27

AF 61-69 Comments to the FCC by Thomas A. Banning, Jr., undated

Box 73   Folder 28

AF 61-70 Comments of Central Broadcasting Company, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, in support of subscription television, undated

Box 73   Folder 29

AF 61-71 National Association for Better Radio and Television comments to the FCC in support of subscription television service, June 7, 1955

Box 73   Folder 30

AF 61-72 FCC Notice of proposed rule-making, February 10, 1955

Box 73   Folder 31

AF 61-73 Comments of Gulf TV Company of Galveston, Texas to the FCC, June 9, 1955

Box 73   Folder 32

AF 61-74 Comments of Storer Broadcasting Company to the FCC, June 9, 1955

Box 73   Folder 33

AF 61-75 Petition of Matla Enterprises to the FCC, September 9, 1953

Box 73   Folder 34

AF 61-76 Comments of WDSU Broadcasting Corporation to the FCC, undated

Box 73   Folder 35

AF 61-77 Order extending time for filing comments before the FCC, April 21, 1955

Box 73   Folder 36

AF 61-78 Order extending time for filing reply comments, July 5, 1955

Box 73   Folder 37

AF 61-79 The Communications Act of 1934, with amendments and index, 1955

Box 73   Folder 38

AF 61-80 Statement to the FCC by Vincent M Gaughan, undated

Box 73   Folder 39

AF 61-81 Opposition to joint substitute petition concerning subscription television, statement before the FCC, January 6, 1955

Box 74   Folder 1

AF 61-82 Notice of proposed rule-making before the FCC, January 27, 1954

Box 74   Folder 2

AF 61-83 Reply comments of the International Telemeter Corporation before the FCC, September 9, 1955

Box 74   Folder 3

AF 61-84 Petition of rule making proceedings for the promulgation of rules, regulations, and standards for a subscription television service, September 13, 1954

Box 74   Folder 4

AF 61-85 Amendments to the January 1954 edition of the Communications Act of 1934, 1956

Box 74   Folder 5

AF 61-87 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 6 – International fixed public radiocommunication services, 1956

Box 74   Folder 6

AF 61-88 Amendments to the January 1954 edition of the Communications Act of 1934, 1956

Box 74   Folder 7

AF 61-89 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 2 – Frequency allocations and radio treaty matters; general rules and regulations, 1957

Box 74   Folder 8

AF 61-90 Federal Communications Commission Radio and Television broadcast primer, 1956 April

Box 74   Folder 9

AF 61-91 Comments of American Broadcasting Company before the FCC, July 8, 1957

Box 74   Folder 10

AF 61-92 Reply comments of American Broadcasting Company before the FCC, July 22, 1957

Box 74   Folder 11

AF 61-93 Reply comments of the National Association of Radio and Television broadcasters before the FCC, July 22, 1957

Box 74   Folder 12

AF 61-94 Reply comments of the National Broadcasting Company, Inc., before the FCC, July 22, 1957

Box 74   Folder 13

AF 61-95 Comments of the National Broadcasting Company, Inc., before the FCC, July 8, 1957

Box 74   Folder 14

AF 61-96 Comments in response to notice of further proceedings (Skiatron) before the FCC, 1957

Box 74   Folder 15

AF 61-97 Joint supplemental comments of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc., undated

Box 74   Folder 16

AF 61-98 Joint supplemental reply of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc., July 22, 1957

Box 74   Folder 17

AF 61-99 “Gifts of God,” address by FCC Commissioner Robert E. Lee, October 23, 1957

Box 74   Folder 18

AF 61-100 Public notice – “FCC Authorizes trial of subscription TV,” October 17, 1957

Box 74   Folder 19

AF 61-101 Federal Communications Commission Report on Network Broadcasting, volume 1, chapters 1-3, 1957

Box 74   Folder 20

AF 61-101 Federal Communications Commission Report on Network Broadcasting, volume 1, chapters 4-5, 1957

Box 74   Folder 21

AF 61-101 Federal Communications Commission Report on Network Broadcasting, volume 1, chapter 6, 1957

Box 74   Folder 22

AF 61-101 Federal Communications Commission Report on Network Broadcasting, volume 2, chapters 7-10, 1957

Box 75   Folder 1

AF 61-101 Federal Communications Commission Report on Network Broadcasting, volume 2, chapters 8-15, 1957

Box 75   Folder 2

AF 61-101 Federal Communications Commission Report on Network Broadcasting, volume 2, Exhibitions, 1957

Box 75   Folder 3

AF 61-102 [original folder empty]

Box 75   Folder 4

AF 61-103 Statement of Alexander C. Keese before the FCC, April 15, 1958

Box 75   Folder 5

AF 61-104 Statement of Leonard H. Goldenson before the FCC, undated

Box 75   Folder 6

AF 61-105 Statement of David M. Blank, Associate Economic Adviser, Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., before the FCC, undated

Box 75   Folder 7

AF 61-106 Statement of William B. Lodge, Vice President of CBS Television Division, before the FCC, undated

Box 75   Folder 8

AF 61-107 Statement before the FCC of Richard S. Salant, Vice President of CBS, Inc., undated

Box 75   Folder 9

AF 61-108 “Television, the Public Interest, and the Network Study Staff Report,” statement before the FCC by Frank Stanton, President of CBS, Inc., undated

Box 75   Folder 10

AF 61-109 Statement before the FCC of John W. English, Chairman, Committee for Competitive Television, to the Barrow Network Study Group, March 1958

Box 75   Folder 11

AF 61-110 Statement before the FCC of Wrede Petersmyer, President of Corinthian Broadcasting Corporation, before the FCC, undated

Box 75   Folder 12

AF 61-111 Testimony before the FCC of Frank P. Fogarty, Vice President and General Manager of Meredith WOW, Inc., undated

Box 75   Folder 13

AF 61-112 Testimony before the FCC of Payson Hall, Director of Radio and TV, Meredith Publishing Company, undated

Box 75   Folder 14

AF 61-113 Testimony before the FCC of Richard B. Rawls, General Manager of Meredith Station KPHO-TV, undated

Box 75   Folder 15

AF 61-114 Statement before the FCC of David C. Adams, Executive Vice President, Corporate relations, NBC, Inc., March 1958

Box 75   Folder 16

AF 61-115 Statement before the FCC of Hugh M. Beville, Jr., Vice President of Planning and Research, NBC Inc., March 1958

Box 75   Folder 17

AF 61-116 Statement before the FCC of Charles R. Denny, Executive Vice President of Operations, NBC Inc., March 1958

Box 75   Folder 18

AF 61-117 Statement before the FCC of Walter D. Scott, Vice President, TV Network Sales, NBC Inc, March 1958

Box 75   Folder 19

AF 61-118 Statement before the FCC of Robert W. Sarnoff, President, NBC Inc., March 1958

Box 75   Folder 20

AF 61-119 Statement before the FCC of Thomas B. McFadden, Vice President, Owned Station and NBC Spot Sales, March 1958

Box 75   Folder 21

AF 61-120 Statement before the FCC of Ely A. Landau, President, NTA Film Network Inc, March 14, 1958

Box 75   Folder 22

AF 61-122 Statement before the FCC of Lee B. Wailes, Executive Vice President, Storer Broadcasting Company, undated

Box 75   Folder 23

AF 61-123 Tentative draft of testimony on the Barrow report, February 21, 1958

Box 76   Folder 1

AF 61-124 Presentation to the FCC in the matter of study of radio and television network broadcasting – Westinghouse Broadcasting, Co., Inc., undated

Box 76   Folder 2

AF 61-125 Statement before the FCC of Richard A. Moore, President, KTTV, Inc., April 22, 1958

Box 76   Folder 3

AF 61-126 Testimony of Station Representatives Association to the FCC, May 1958

Box 76   Folder 4

AF 61-127 Statement before the FCC of Nathan Lord of WAVE Radio, WAVE-TV, and WIFE-TV, undated

Box 76   Folder 5

AF 61-128 Statement before the FCC of Edward Voynow, Executive Vice President of Edward Petty and Co., Inc., undated

Box 76   Folder 6

AF 61-131 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 1 – Practice and Procedure, with amendments, 1957-1958

Box 76   Folder 7

AF 61-132 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 7 – Stations on Land in the Maritime Services, 1957

Box 76   Folder 8

AF 61-133 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 8 – Stations on Shipboard in the maritime services, 1957

Box 76   Folder 9

AF 61-134 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 10 – Rules Governing Public Safety Radio Services, 1957

Box 76   Folder 10

AF 61-135 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 14 – Public fixed stations and stations of the maritime services in Alaska, 1957

Box 76   Folder 11

AF 61-136 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 15 – Incidental and restricted radiation devices, 1957

Box 76   Folder 12

AF 61-137 Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, Part 18 – Rules governing industrial, scientific, and medical service, 1957

Box 76   Folder 13

AF 61-138 Comments pursuant to notice of further proceedings dated 1957 May 23, submitted on behalf of CBS, Inc., to the FCC, June 8, 1957

Box 76   Folder 14

AF 61-139 Jerrold Electronic Corporation reply to comments before the FCC, September 8, 1955

Box 76   Folder 15

AF 61-140 Comment of Joint Committee on Toll-TV before the FCC, July 1957

Box 76   Folder 16

AF 61-141 Comment by RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc. before the FCC, July 3, 1957

Box 76   Folder 17

AF 61-142 Public notice – FCC Authorizes Trial of subscription TV, October 17, 1957

Box 76   Folder 18

AF 61-143 “Principles and Practices of Network Radio Broadcasting” – testimony of David Sarnoff before the FCC, November 14, 1938 and May 17, 1939

Box 76   Folder 19

AF 62 Transcriptions for Victory – a wartime service for schools – catalog, September 1943

Box 76   Folder 20

AF 62-1 Service bulletin of the Federal Radio Education Committee, December 1945

Box 76   Folder 21

AF 62-2 “Radio in the Schools of Ohio,” booklet, 1952

Box 76   Folder 22

AF 62-3 “The School Radio-Sound System,” Federal Radio Education Committee booklet, 1941

Box 76   Folder 23

AF 62-4 Radio programs for student listening, Federal Radio Education Committee booklet, 1946

Box 76   Folder 24

AF 63-1 “The organization and procedures of the federal regulatory commissions and agencies and their effect on small business,” subcommittee hearing, Part II, July 28,1955

Box 76   Folder 25

AF 63-2 “The organization and procedures of the federal regulatory commissions and agencies and their effect on small business,” subcommittee hearing, Part III, IV, and V, March 20-12, July 20,1956

Box 76   Folder 26

AF 63-3 “The organization and procedures of the federal regulatory commissions and their effect on small business,” report, 1956

Box 76   Folder 27

AF 64 “Attitudes of Rural People toward radio service,” USDA survey, 1946

Box 76   Folder 28

AF 66-1 “A Suggested Procedure for use in planning a system of coordinated state-wide educational FM broadcasting,” by Ronald R. Lowdermilk, undated

Box 76   Folder 29

AF 66-2 “FM for Education,” U.S. Office of Education bulletin, 1944

Box 77   Folder 1

AF 66-3 “Television in Education,” booklet, 1957

Box 77   Folder 2

AF 66.1 U.S. Patent Office records of patents for improvements in color television by Thomas A. Banning, Jr., July 13, 1954 and July 17, 1956

Box 77   Folder 3

AF 67 Radio laws of the United States, 1944

Box 77   Folder 4

AF 68 Report of the Federal Trade Commission on the Radio Industry, December 1, 1923

Box 77   Folder 5

AF 69.2 “Radio Broadcasting in New York state,” by New York State Commerce Review, September 1954

Box 77   Folder 6

AF 71 “Jackpot Show Fires Blast at Fred Allen,” clipping, October 12, 1948

Box 77   Folder 7

AF 88.1 Advertising and pay TV clippings, September 1955

Box 77   Folder 8

AF 90 “Education’s opportunities in radio,” text of address by FCC Commissioner Clifford J. Durr, December 2, 1944

Box 77   Folder 9

AF 92 “The Economics of Toll TV,” by Charles L. Hubbard, undated

Box 77   Folder 10

AF 93 “Proposed Test of Eligibility of Applicants to receive station-license assignments in the non-commercial educational FM band,” March 8, 1945

Box 77   Folder 11

AF 94 Bell Telephone System/Laboratories technical booklets, press releases, magazine, and photographs, 1926-1957

Box 77   Folder 12

AF 95 “Radio as a Social Force,” booklet, undated

Box 77   Folder 13

AF 96 “Radio’s challenge to education,” by John W. Studebaker, May 26, 1945

Box 77   Folder 14

AF 97 “Uses schools are already making of audio devices,” typescript, undated

Box 77   Folder 15

AF 98 WMCA Schedules, 1948

Box 77   Folder 16

AF 99 “Broadcasts for the Schools,” booklet with schedules, 1948

Box 77   Folder 17

AF 100 Radio survey – instructions to investigators, undated

Box 77   Folder 18

AF 101 Bill to amend the Communications Act of 1934 and press release, April 14, 1958

Box 77   Folder 19

AF 102 “The Price of Free Television,” by Marya Mannes, December 23, 1957

Box 77   Folder 20

AF 102-1 “The Values we are Sold,” text of a talk by Marya Mannes, January 12, 1958

Box 77   Folder 21

AF 103 “Creeping Mediocrity in Television? And the Advertiser’s Responsibility?” text of address by John P. Cunningham, October 29, 1957

Box 77   Folder 22

AF 104 A Bill to prohibit the charging of a fee to view telecasts in the home, January 3, 1957

Box 77   Folder 23

AF 104-1 “Celler declares pay TV should await approval by Congress,” press release, July 15, 1957

Box 77   Folder 24

AF 104-2 A bill to amend the Clayton and Robinson-Patman Acts, June 20, 1957

Box 77   Folder 25

AF 107 Pay TV clippings, April 1960

Box 77   Folder 26

AF 205 “Sec - Educational Radio” index card, undated

Box 77   Folder 27

BF 22-56 Pay TV articles and letter, 1957-1959

Box 77   Folder 28

BF 33 The Political Quarterly journal with article “The Future of the BBC,” by John Coatman, 1950

Box 77   Folder 29

BF 33-1 The Political Quarterly journal with articles on broadcasting, October-December 1953

Box 77   Folder 30

BF 33.1 Public Administration journal with article “The Constitutional Position of the B.B.C,” by John Coatman, Summer 1951

Box 77   Folder 31

BF 33.1A “The Constitutional Position of the B.B.C,” by John Coatman, reprint, Summer 1951

Box 77   Folder 32

BF 35.3 “What Shall we do with the BBC?” by Anthony Wedgewood Benn, 1957

Box 77   Folder 33

BF 36 TV Newsletter, June 1953

Box 77   Folder 34

BF 36-1 TV Newsletter, January 1954

Box 77   Folder 35

BF 38.2-42 Wireless World clippings, 1959

Box 77   Folder 36

BF 40 “ABC Television Programme details” for December 7-22, fliers, undated

Box 77   Folder 37

BF 40-1 “ABC Television Programme details” for January 4-26, fliers, undated

Box 77   Folder 38

BF 40-2 “ABC Television Programme details” for February 1-23, fliers, undated

Box 77   Folder 39

BF 40-3 “ABC Television Programme details” for March 1-30, fliers, undated

Box 77   Folder 40

BF 40-4 “ABC Television Programme details” for April 5-27, fliers, undated

Box 78   Folder 1

BF 40-5 “ABC Television Programme details” for May 3-11, fliers, undated

Box 78   Folder 2

BF 40-20 ABC Television Press Information, November 26-29, 1957

Box 78   Folder 3

BF 40-21 ABC Television Press Information, December 5-24, 1957

Box 78   Folder 4

BF 40-22 ABC Television Press Information, January 1958

Box 78   Folder 5

BF 40-23 ABC Television Press Information, February 1958

Box 78   Folder 6

BF 40-24 ABC Television Press Information, March 1958

Box 78   Folder 7

BF 40-25 ABC Television Press Information, April 1958

Box 78   Folder 8

BF 40-26 ABC Television Press Information, May 1958

Box 78   Folder 9

BF 40-27 ABC Television Press Information, June 1958

Box 78   Folder 10

BF 40-50 “TV on Wheels - a review of ABC’s outside broadcast department,” booklet, undated

Box 78   Folder 11

BF 40-51 [original folder empty]

Box 78   Folder 12

BF 40-52 Wireless World magazine, 1956; ABC TV Press and program information, 1958

Box 78   Folder 13

BF 41 BBC Accounts for the year ended 31st March 1945, 1945

Box 78   Folder 14

BF 41-1 “The Intelligibility of Broadcast Talks,” BBC Research Report, 1950

Box 78   Folder 15

BF 41-9 Post Office Telegraphs - wireless broadcasting license, license and agreement, 1923

Box 78   Folder 16

BF 41-10 Supplemental agreement between H.M. Postmaster General and the BBC, 1931

Box 78   Folder 17

BF 41-11 Copy of agreement dated 19 February 1954 between H.M. Postmaster General and the BBC…, 1954

Box 78   Folder 18

BF 41-17 “BBC Third Programme - the 10th anniversary,” booklet September 29, 1956

Box 78   Folder 19

BF 41-19 “BBC TV and Commercial Competition,” extracts of speech by Hugh Carleton Greene, March 26, 1958

Box 78   Folder 20

BF 41.1 “How Broadcasting Reached the Midlands of England,” by Rollo Appleyard, January 1924

Box 78   Folder 21

BF 41.2 British Information Services radio program information, 1957, undated

Box 78   Folder 22

BF 41.2-1 “Films from Britain” magazine, 1956

Box 78   Folder 23

BF 44 “Frequency Modulation” electronic engineering manual, 1946

Box 78   Folder 24

BF 48 “This is the IBC” booklet, 1939

Box 78   Folder 25

BF 48.1 Independent Television Authority informational sheets, May 1955

Box 78   Folder 26

BF 48.1-1 Independent Television Authority press release, June 2, 1955

Box 78   Folder 27

BF 48.1-2 “Principles for Television Advertising,” Independent Television Authority booklet, June 1955

Box 78   Folder 28

BF 48.1-3 Programme contractors list, undated

Box 78   Folder 29

BF 48.1-4 “Television in the United Kingdom,” Independent Television Authority typescript, October 1955

Box 78   Folder 30

BF 48.1-5 [original folder empty]

Box 78   Folder 31

BF 52 “Television Audience Research for Great Britain,” booklet by A.C. Nielsen Company, December 1954

Box 78   Folder 32

BF 52-1 “In a Nutshell…” Nielsen Television Index Service booklet, undated

Box 78   Folder 33

BF 52-2 “TV News from Nielsen,” flier, March 31, 1958

Box 78   Folder 34

BF 52-3 “What is a rating,” and “Ratings and show business,” by Michael Malim of A.C. Nielsen Ltd., 1958, undated

Box 78   Folder 35

BF 54 “Commercial TV – Progress and Problems,” text of address, March 9, 1955

Box 78   Folder 36

BF 55 “Broadcasting – a policy for future development in Scotland,” booklet, December 1944

Box 78   Folder 37

BF 55-1 “Broadcasting recommendations of the Sultira Society,” January-March 1946 [folder empty]

Box 78   Folder 38

BF 55.1 “Sound News - an information summary issued by the Sound Broadcasting Society,” June-September 1957

Box 78   Folder 39

BF 55.1-2 “Sound Broadcasting Society presents a ‘Third Programme’ entertainment,” program, undated

Box 78   Folder 40

BF 55.1-3 The London Magazine, including “Speech to the BBC Governors,” by T.S. Elliot

Box 78   Folder 41

BF 60 “Broadcasting - copy of the license and agreement, 29 November 1946, between H. M. Postmaster General and the BBC,” December 1946

Box 78   Folder 42

BF 60-1 “Broadcasting - draft of the Royal Charter for the continuance of the BBC…” December 1946

Box 78   Folder 43

BF 60-2 “Broadcasting – memorandum on the report of the broadcasting committee, 1949,” July 1951

Box 78   Folder 44

BF 60-3 “Broadcasting – draft of the license agreement between H. M. Postmaster General and the BBC,” 1951

Box 78   Folder 45

BF 60-8 “Broadcasting – memorandum on television policy, November 1953

Box 78   Folder 46

BF 60-14 North American Regional Broadcasting Agreement, 1951

Box 78   Folder 47

BF 60-16 “Broadcasting – draft license to be granted by H.M. Postmaster General to the Independent Television Authority,” 1954

Box 78   Folder 48

BF 60.2 European Broadcasting Convention, with Copenhagen Plan, Protocols, Statements, Recommendation, Resolutions, and Opinion, 1949

Box 78   Folder 49

BF 61-13 Text of speech by Richard Law and Major Astor, April 29, 1936

Box 78   Folder 50

BF 62 Parliamentary debates – House of Lords official report, June 26, 1946

Box 78   Folder 51

BF 65 Television bill, 1954

Box 78   Folder 52

BF 65-1 Television Act, 1954

Box 78   Folder 53

BF 65-2 “Cable and Wireless Ltd – proposed transfer to public ownership,” April 1946

Box 78   Folder 54

BF 65-3 Cable and wireless bill, 1946

Box 79   Folder 1

BF 66 1952-53 Civil Estimates – Class IV, Education and Broadcasting, 1952

Box 79   Folder 2

BF 66-1 1953-1954 Civil Estimates – Class IV, Education and Broadcasting, 1953

Box 79   Folder 3

BF 66-2 1954-1955 Civil Estimates – Class IV, Education and Broadcasting, 1954

Box 79   Folder 4

BF 66-3 1955-1956 Civil Estimates – Class IV, Education and Broadcasting, 1955

Box 79   Folder 5

BF 66-4 1956-1957 Civil Estimates – Class IV, Education and Broadcasting, 1956

Box 79   Folder 6

BF 67.1 Radio and Television Servicing – choice of careers booklet, July 1955

Box 79   Folder 7

BF 67.2 Report of the Committee to consider a new Queen’s Hall, May 1955

Box 79   Folder 8

BF 73.1 The Daily Mirror Newspapers Ltd. Chairman’s Statement, 1953

Box 79   Folder 9

BF 90 “Wire-Broadcasting,” reprint, by Adorian, 1945

Box 79   Folder 10

BF 91 “Britain - an official handbook,” 1956

Box 79   Folder 11

BF 92 “Broadcasting – a story of the case for and against commercial broadcasting under state control in the UK,” undated

Box 79   Folder 12

BF 92-1 “The Future of British Broadcasting: a memorandum addressed to the committee on broadcasting,” by R.H. Coase, circa 1950

Box 79   Folder 13

BF 93 “The Beveridge Report and Private Enterprise in Broadcasting,” by R.H. Coase, circa 1950

Box 79   Folder 14

BF 94 “Not fit for Children,” and “Commercialism Run Mad!” Labour Party fliers, undated

Box 79   Folder 15

BF 94-1 “Television - the viewer and advertiser,” booklet, April 1953

Box 79   Folder 16

BF 94-2 “There’s free speech! Why not free switch?” flier, undated

Box 79   Folder 17

BF 95 “FM Broadcasting Unlimited,” by R.S. Lambert, undated

Box 79   Folder 18

BF 96 “Independent Television Authority,” text of speech by Robert Fraser, April 20, 1955

Box 79   Folder 19

BF 96-2 Address by Robert Fraser to the Political and Economic Circle of the National Liberal Club, November 28, 1956

Box 79   Folder 20

BF 96-3 “The Coming of Independent Television,” booklet, by Robert Fraser, 1955

Box 79   Folder 21

BF 96-4 “Two Years of Independent Television,” booklet, by Robert Fraser, 1957

Box 79   Folder 22

BF 96-5 “ITV Goes to School - an experimental term,” booklet, 1957

Box 79   Folder 23

BF 96-6 Independent Television Authority press conference, text of speech by Robert Fraser,, November 12, 1957

Box 79   Folder 24

BF 96-7 “The Press and Advertising – Whither?” November 19, text of speech by Robert Fraser, 1957

Box 79   Folder 25

BF 96.1 “The Task Before the BBC Today,” article by Sir Ian Jacob, October 24, 1954

Box 79   Folder 26

BF 96.1-1 “The responsibilities of broadcasting,” paper, July 31, 1957

Box 79   Folder 27

BF 96.1-2 Ariel, the staff magazine of the BBC, Autumn 1954

Box 79   Folder 28

BF 96.1-3 Ariel, the staff magazine of the BBC, Spring 1955

Box 79   Folder 29

BF 97 “Points Against Radio Advertising in any Form,” by A. Morgan Williams, 1945 March

Box 79   Folder 30

BF 98 “Theater Television – the next big step,” brochure, undated

Box 79   Folder 31

BF 99 “Free Speech and Broadcasting,” booklet by Arthur Campbell Turner, 1943

Box 79   Folder 32

BF 100 “The Cinema and Television,” booklet, March 1949

Box 79   Folder 33

BF 101 “R.S. Instruction Manual – for investigators on radio survey,” November 1938

Box 79   Folder 34

BF 113 British Affairs clippings, June 1959, undated

Box 79   Folder 35

File and shelf index [guide to AF/BF broadcasting files], undated

Box 79   Folder 36

Notes on classification system, undated

Box 79   Folder 37

Notes on filing system and list of advertising periodicals in America, undated

Box 80

Index to AF/BF broadcasting files, A-C

Box 81

Index to AF/BF broadcasting files, C-M

Box 82

Index to AF/BF broadcasting files, M-Z

Sub-subseries 2: Clippings and articles

Box 83

Notes on magazines and journal articles, including many from Broadcasting

Box 84   Folder 1

CATV news articles, 1952-1953

Box 84   Folder 2

Muzak and F.M. news articles, 1950-1954

Box 84   Folder 3

Muzak, FM, and Benton – Voice of America news articles, 1910s-1940s

Box 84   Folder 4

Muzak and background on Warner news articles

Box 84   Folder 5

Pay TV and Zenith news articles and notes, 1937-1950

Box 84   Folder 6

Payola notes and copies of news articles, 1917-1975

Box 84   Folder 7

Phonevision and Pay TV news articles, 1950-1954

Box 84   Folder 8

Television and broadcasting industry and FCC news articles, 1950-1952

Box 84   Folder 9

Theater TV, cable, and miscellaneous broadcasting news articles, 1941-1950

Box 84   Folder 10

Theater TV, Paramount case, and TV movie cases news articles, 1950-1953

Box 84   Folder 11

Copies of articles from Broadcasting, 1955-1958

Box 85   Folder 1

Copies of articles from Broadcasting, 1959-1964

Box 85   Folder 2

Copies of articles from Broadcasting, 1965-1972

Box 85   Folder 3

Copies of articles from Broadcasting, 1974-1977

Box 85   Folder 4

Business Week clippings, 1959-1960

Box 85   Folder 5

Business Week clippings, 1961-1964

Box 85   Folder 6

Christian Science Monitor clipping, 1961

Box 85   Folder 7

Daily Telegraph clippings, 1954, undated

Box 85   Folder 8

Evening Star clipping, 1964

Box 85   Folder 9

The Guardian clippings, January-February 1963

Box 85   Folder 10

The Guardian clippings, May 1963, May 1964

Box 85   Folder 11

The Guardian clippings, February 1964

Box 85   Folder 12

The Guardian clippings, March 1964

Box 85   Folder 13

The Guardian clippings, April 1964

Box 85   Folder 14

The Listener clippings, 1959-1964

Box 85   Folder 15

New Statesman clippings, 1959-1964

Box 85   Folder 16

New York Times clippings, September 1963-July 1964, undated

Box 86   Folder 1

The Observer clippings, January 1963-June 1964

Box 86   Folder 2

Saturday Review clippings, 1962-1963

Box 86   Folder 3

The Spectator clippings, 1962-1964

Box 86   Folder 4

Sunday Telegraph clipping, 1963

Box 86   Folder 5

The Sunday Times clippings, 1963-1964

Box 86   Folder 6

Time and Tide clippings, 1960, 1963

Box 86   Folder 7

The Times clippings, 1962-1964

Box 86   Folder 8

The Times Literary Supplement clippings, 1963-1964

Box 86   Folder 9

Wall Street Journal clipping, 1969

Box 86   Folder 10

Clippings, unlabeled, undated

Box 86   Folder 11

Subscriptions notes and correspondence, 1979-1981

Box 86   Folder 12

Lists of cuttings from periodicals and television policy files, undated

Box 86   Folder 13

Correspondence and notes regarding newspaper clippings project, 1981-1982

Box 86   Folder 14

Broadcasting – Telecasting magazine index for 1955-1957, undated

Sub-subseries 3: Correspondence

Box 86   Folder 15

Broadcasting research correspondence, A.C. Nielsen Company-Butler, 1921-1962

Box 86   Folder 16

Broadcasting research correspondence, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1948-1962

Box 86   Folder 17

Broadcasting research correspondence, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-Dow, Lohnes, and Albertson, 1947-1962

Box 86   Folder 18

Broadcasting research correspondence, Eastland-H.R. Representatives Inc., 1947-1962

Box 86   Folder 19

Broadcasting research correspondence, Federal Communications Commission, 1945-1968

Box 86   Folder 20

Broadcasting research correspondence, Robert Hutchins with Aaron Director, April 5-7, 1950

Box 87   Folder 1

Broadcasting research correspondence, Independent Television Authority-Mutual Broadcasting System, 1946-1962

Box 87   Folder 2

Broadcasting research correspondence, Johnson, Lyndon B., January 1957

Box 87   Folder 3

Broadcasting research correspondence, Levin, Harvey, 1952-1972

Box 87   Folder 4

Broadcasting research correspondence, National Association for Better Radio and Television-Nyren, 1947-1962

Box 87   Folder 5

Broadcasting research correspondence, Norton, Kenneth, 1950-1963

Box 87   Folder 6

Broadcasting research correspondence, Onoe, Hisao, and article by Yoshio Nomura, “System of Broadcasting in Japan and its characteristics,” 1976

Box 87   Folder 7

Broadcasting research correspondence, Orr Ewing-Titus, 1947-1977

Box 87   Folder 8

Broadcasting research correspondence, Taplin, Walter, 1952-1957

Box 87   Folder 9

Broadcasting research correspondence, U.S. Government Printing Office-Zielinski, 1947-1962

Box 87   Folder 10

Newspaper and magazine change of address letters and subscription forms, 1956-1961

Box 87   Folder 11

Journal, magazine, and government document change of address letters and subscription forms, 1956-1958 [1 of 3]

Box 88   Folder 1

Journal, magazine, and government document change of address letters and subscription forms, 1956-1958 [2 of 3]

Box 88   Folder 2

Journal, magazine, and government document change of address letters and subscription forms, 1956-1958 [3 of 3]

Box 88   Folder 3

Broadcasting research correspondence, last names illegible, 1947, undated

Sub-subseries 3: General broadcasting research files

Box 88   Folder 4

General Post Office press notice on wireless broadcasting, May 18, 1922; “How Broadcasting Reached the Highlands of England,” by Rollo Appleyard, January 1924

Box 88   Folder 5

Pamphlets and reprints on television broadcasting, 1926-1960

Box 88   Folder 6

FM Subsidiary Communications Authorizations and FCC reports, copies, from 1937-1973, undated

Box 88   Folder 7

Research material on the BBC, circa 1938-1953

Box 88   Folder 8

Articles on censorship, legal restrictions, and public interest in the United States; programming statistics, 1938-1962

Box 88   Folder 9

Summaries and reviews of broadcasting articles, 1930s

Box 88   Folder 10

Opinion on the monopoly – clippings, 1943-1946

Box 88   Folder 11

Crawford/Broadcasting Committee of 1925 and other broadcasting notes, 1947, undated

Box 88   Folder 12

Letters, correspondence, notes, and research material, circa 1948-1957

Box 89   Folder 1

Memorandum and drafts of NBS Technical Note, 1948, 1963

Box 89   Folder 2

Zenith Radio Corporation and Phonevision Annual reports, 1949-1967

Box 89   Folder 3

Law Review articles on FCC and broadcasting, 1950-1959

Box 89   Folder 4

Educational TV – notes, articles, and correspondence with C.A. Bowler, 1950-1977

Box 89   Folder 5

“Public Interest and the Market in Color Television Regulation,” copy of article, 1951

Box 89   Folder 6

Text of hearings on educational TV and the FCC before Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce; report on network monopoly prepared for the committee, 1951-1956

Box 89   Folder 7

Notes on clippings, drafts of lectures, correspondence with Charles Orr-Ewing, white papers, and recommendations, 1952-1963, undated

Box 89   Folder 8

Notes, 1953, undated

Box 89   Folder 9

Broadcast schedules, 1954-1957 [1 of 2]

Box 89   Folder 10

Broadcast schedules, 1954-1957 [2 of 2]

Box 89   Folder 11

Reference materials on pay TV, including subscription TV fact sheet and statements before the FCC, 1955-1956, undated

Box 90   Folder 1

Reference materials on pay TV, including press releases and committee report on subscription TV, 1955-1967

Box 90   Folder 2

Documents relating to FM and subsidiary communications authorizations, and official rule-making and cases, 1956-1959

Box 90   Folder 3

Nielsen Television Index for London area, 1957

Box 90   Folder 4

Book orders, 1957-1958

Box 90   Folder 5

Lectures, articles, correspondence, and notes, mostly on British television, 1957-1958

Box 90   Folder 6

Fourth Institute on Freedom and Competitive Enterprise directory and miscellaneous papers, 1957-1961

Box 90   Folder 7

Notes and correspondence on British broadcasting, 1958

Box 90   Folder 8

BBC finance chart, television networking agreement in Britain, and ABC music policy for DJs, 1958

Box 90   Folder 9

Notes, drafts, and correspondence, 1958

Box 90   Folder 10

Supreme Court briefs, October 1958

Box 90   Folder 11

National Association for Better Radio and Television (NAFBRAT) newsletters, 1958-1959

Box 90   Folder 12

Newspaper and magazine articles, 1958-1962

Box 90   Folder 13

Papers and articles on economics and regulation of television, 1958-1962

Box 90   Folder 14

Pamphlets and brochures regarding radio and television programming and advertising, 1958-1962

Box 91   Folder 1

Broadcasting research materials, notes, and drafts, 1958-1964

Box 91   Folder 2

Exhibits, memoranda, notices, decisions, and judgements before the FCC, 1958-1964 [1 of 2]

Box 91   Folder 3

Exhibits, memoranda, notices, decisions, and judgements before the FCC, 1958-1964 [2 of 2]

Box 91   Folder 4

Newsletters and bulletins, 1958-1964

Box 91   Folder 5

FCC official reports, 1959

Box 91   Folder 6

FCC Report on Microwaves, 1959

Box 91   Folder 7

House of Representatives joint resolution on pay TV, 1959

Box 91   Folder 8

“Program Patterns in Radio Broadcasting,” edited draft, 1959

Box 91   Folder 9

United States v. Wrathall court brief, 1959

Box 91   Folder 10

Notes, photograph of television historic marker, and Library of Congress duplication form, 1959, undated

Box 91   Folder 11

Notes and letter from Richard Ruggles, 1959-1960

Box 91   Folder 12

Statements before the FCC, December 1959-January 1960

Box 92   Folder 1

United States government documents - National Bureau of Standards Technical Report, testimony before the FCC, and Attorney General report, 1959-1962

Box 92   Folder 2

Television notes, Zenith press release, and booklet on public’s view of television, 1959-1964

Box 92   Folder 3

Papers from London School of Economics and Political Science seminar on problems in industrial organization, 1959, 1965

Box 92   Folder 4

Zenith Radio Corporation and FCC statements on subscription television, 1959-1967

Box 92   Folder 5

Notebooks, circa 1950s

Box 92   Folder 6

Application before the FCC of Hartford Phonevision Company for authority to conduct subscription television operations, 1960

Box 92   Folder 7

Proposed finding of fact and conclusion of law of Hartford Phonevision Company, report submitted to the FCC, 1960

Box 92   Folder 8

Report on regulatory agencies to the President-elect, 1960

Box 92   Folder 9

“Responsibility for Broadcast Matter,” interim report by FCC Office of Network Study, frontmatter and pages 1- 161, 1960

Box 92   Folder 10

“Responsibility for Broadcast Matter,” interim report by FCC Office of Network Study, pages 162-253 and Appendixes; “Public Service Responsibility of Broadcast Licenses,” FCC report, 1946

Box 93   Folder 1

RAND Documents – “The Decision Making Problem in Development,” February 19, 1960; “Economic Aid Reconsidered,” February 14, 1961; and Foreign Participation in Communications Satellite Systems…,” August 7, 1961

Box 93   Folder 2

Correspondence and memoranda pertaining to the FCC, 1960-1963

Box 93   Folder 3

Press releases, 1960-1964

Box 93   Folder 4

Pay TV Bills, editorials, and list of references in periodicals, 1960-1969

Box 93   Folder 5

RAND Document – “The Effect of Commercial Satellite Communications on Telephone Rates – a problem of government regulation,” May 1961

Box 93   Folder 6

“An Inquiry into the Administrative and Regulatory Problems Relating to the Authorization of Commercially Operable Space Communications Systems,” reply before the FCC, 1961; Authority of the FCC with respect to the programming of radio and television broadcasting stations,” memorandum, undated

Box 93   Folder 7

RAND documents - “Status of the Space Frequency Allocations,” July 25, 1961; “The Problem of International Control of Radio Frequency Allocation for Space Communication Satellite Systems,” August 4, 1961

Box 93   Folder 8

RAND memorandum – “Communications Satellites and Telephone Rates – Problems of Government Regulation,” October, 1961

Box 93   Folder 9

Text of address by FCC Chairman Newton Minnow, 1961-1962

Box 93   Folder 10

RAND memorandums – “Communication Satellites and international frequency management,” November 1961; “Communications Satellites – problems of pricing and user access,” May 1963

Box 93   Folder 11

Review of Broadcasting and Government by Walter B. Emery, by Harvey J. Levin, 1962

Box 93   Folder 12

Application to the Ford Foundation for additional support for a study of the political economy of radio and television, bibliography of American industries, and miscellaneous clippings and articles, 1962-1964

Box 94   Folder 1

United States government correspondence and reports on radio and TV spectrum, 1963-1968

Box 94   Folder 2

Zenith Radio Corporation press releases, 1964

Box 94   Folder 3

Clippings – miscellaneous, 1964

Box 94   Folder 4

Clippings – miscellaneous, 1964

Box 94   Folder 5

The Fisher Report - Appendix to Reply Comments of the National Association of Broadcasters, October 1964

Box 94   Folder 6

Notes, articles, and press release, 1964-1965, undated

Box 94   Folder 7

Pay TV article from The Times, July 21, 1965

Box 94   Folder 8

Comments and petitions to the FCC, 1965-1966 [1 of 2]

Box 94   Folder 9

Comments and petitions to the FCC, 1965-1966 [2 of 2]

Box 94   Folder 10

Zenith Radio Corporation memorandum and press releases, 1965-1971

Box 94   Folder 11

Pay TV clippings, press releases, and promotional pamphlet from Zenith Radio Corporation, 1966-1970

Box 94   Folder 12

Comments of American Broadcasting Companies, Inc., before the FCC, October 1966

Box 94   Folder 13

Joint reply comments of Zenith Radio Corporation and Teco, Inc., before the FCC, November 1966

Box 95   Folder 1

Research on pay TV – news articles and press releases, 1967-1973 [1 of 2]

Box 95   Folder 2

Research on pay TV – news articles and press releases, 1967-1973 [2 of 2]

Box 95   Folder 3

“Broadcasting in America and the FCC’s license renewal process: an Oklahoma case study,” by Kenneth A. Cox and Nicholas Johnson, circa 1968

Box 95   Folder 4

Public broadcasting – correspondence with C.A. Bowler, promotional material, and articles, 1968, 1977

Box 95   Folder 5

“An Economic Analysis Relating to the Federal Communication Commission’s Proposed Rule in Docket No. 12782,” Volume II, circa mid 1960s

Box 95   Folder 6

FCC correspondence and reports, 1960s

Box 95   Folder 7

Letter, report, and article on broadcast deregulation, 1970-1980

Box 95   Folder 8

Text of remarks by Ralph Lee Smith on cable TV at Beardsley Ruml Colloquium, February 27, 1971

Box 95   Folder 9

Payola - clippings, notes, and letter from Paul Hirsch, 1971-1977

Box 95   Folder 10

Zenith Radio Corporation press release regarding subscription television, 1972

Box 95   Folder 11

Access magazine and Firing Line program transcript on “FCC and Public Policy,” 1974-1975

Box 95   Folder 12

FCC Regulations, 1975

Box 95   Folder 13

Notes and articles on public television and pay television, 1975, undated

Box 95   Folder 14

Memorandum on pay TV from C.A. Bowler to Ronald Coase, May-September 1975

Box 95   Folder 15

New York Times article on Lord Reith, founder of BBC, September 22, 1975

Box 96   Folder 1

Memos from C.A. Bowler regarding history of payola, clippings, and outline and drafts of paper, circa 1975-1976

Box 96   Folder 2

Clippings on Ronald Coase talks, the FCC, and “Economic Bewilderment,” 1975-1976, undated

Box 96   Folder 3

Memoranda from C.A. Bowler regarding historical material on payola, and related photocopies, 1976

Box 96   Folder 4

“1955-1976 - Twenty One Years of Independent Television,” promotional booklet, September 1976

Box 96   Folder 5

Memorandum from C.A. Bowler and clipping on educational and public TV, 1976-1977

Box 96   Folder 6

Newspaper and magazine articles on cable and pay TV, 1976-1977

Box 96   Folder 7

“The Annan Report on the Future of Broadcasting,” House of Commons Library Reference Sheet, July 12, 1977

Box 96   Folder 8

“The Future of Broadcasting - a memo to Lord Annan,” by Peter Jay, 1977

Box 96   Folder 9

Pay TV correspondence with C.A. Bowler, news articles, and court brief, 1977

Box 96   Folder 10

Memoranda from C.A. Bowler on educational and pay TV; notes on Old English Fairs and Markets, 1977-1980

Box 96   Folder 11

Article on advertising from New York Times, 1978

Box 96   Folder 12

FCC Notice of Inquiry on fees and related letter to Ronald Coase, article on FCC, unlabeled excerpts from 1841 diary or journal, many regarding post office, 1977-1978, undated

Box 96   Folder 13

Independent Broadcasting Authority Act, 1979

Box 96   Folder 14

“Economic Techniques for Spectrum Management,” study prepared for National Telecommunications and Information Administration, December 20, 1979

Box 96   Folder 15

“The New Payola and the American Record Industry,” typescript work in progress by J. Gregory Sidak and David E. Kronemyer, 1986

Box 97   Folder 1

Payola notes, circa 1991

Box 97   Folder 2

Payola notes, circa 2003

Box 97   Folder 3

EMI Lawsuit documents, 2006

Box 97   Folder 4

Advertising I – notes, undated

Box 97   Folder 5

“Freedom of Speech and the public interest in broadcasting,” doctoral dissertation abstract by Jeffry M. Burnham, undated

Box 97   Folder 6

The Gold in Tin Pan Alley file copy, excerpts [copies of book chapters on music industry], undated

Box 97   Folder 7

Legal tablet with notes on Reith and broadcasting, undated

Box 97   Folder 8

List of works by John Reith, undated

Box 97   Folder 9

Notebook, undated

Box 97   Folder 10

Notebooks, undated [1 of 2]

Box 97   Folder 11

Notebooks, undated [2 of 2]

Box 97   Folder 12

Notebooks, undated [1 of 2]

Box 97   Folder 13

Notebooks, undated [2 of 2]

Box 97   Folder 14

Notebooks, undated

Box 97   Folder 15

Unlabeled typed notes on “Second Edition, 1933,” undated

Box 98   Folder 1

Notes, undated

Box 98   Folder 2

Notes – broadcasting committee and other topics, undated

Box 98   Folder 3

Notes, mostly from periodicals, undated

Box 98   Folder 4

Notes from periodicals, undated

Box 98   Folder 5

Notes, mostly from periodicals, undated

Box 98   Folder 6

Notes on periodicals and FCC, undated

Box 98   Folder 7

“The Account of Mr.X” and notes, undated [narrative on origins of BBC?]

Box 98   Folder 8

Notes on “The Press and the Organization of Society,” by Norman Angell, undated

Box 98   Folder 9

Notes on “Opinion on the Monopoly” and other topics, undated

Box 98   Folder 10

Research notes on British communications, undated [1 of 2]

Box 99   Folder 1

Research notes on British communications, undated [2 of 2]

Box 99   Folder 2

Research notes on British broadcasting, undated

Box 99   Folder 3

Resume with description of broadcasting research project and notes, undated

Box 99   Folder 4

Wire broadcasting notes, undated [1 of 2]

Box 99   Folder 5

Wire broadcasting notes, undated [2 of 2]

Subseries 3: Post Office

Box 99   Folder 6

“Imperial Penny Postage” note and memoranda, 1890, undated

Box 99   Folder 7

Telegraph research notes and articles, 1908, undated

Box 99   Folder 8

Report to the House of Commons on the Telephone Service, 1921

Box 99   Folder 9

Reports on Post Office, 1932, 1956

Box 99   Folder 10

Post Office and messenger companies correspondence and notes, 1940-1951

Box 100   Folder 1

Extracts from Hansard’s Electric Telegraphs, volume 36-198, from 1837-1869, and note, 1950

Box 100   Folder 2

Notes and timelines on telegraphs and telephones, 1951, undated

Box 100   Folder 3

Letter from Postmaster General, 1952

Box 100   Folder 4

Notes, drafts, and research materials on post office and telegraph, 1955, undated

Box 100   Folder 5

“The Post Office as a Public Service – report of the Citizens’ Advisory Council,” February 26, 1957

Box 100   Folder 6

“Development of Postal Rates, 1845-1955,” reprint of article by Jane Kennedy, May 1957

Box 100   Folder 7

“Structure and Policy in Postal Rates,” reprint of article by Jane Kennedy, June 1957

Box 100   Folder 8

Correspondence on post office research project, including clippings, articles, and bibliography, 1957-1971

Box 100   Folder 9

Midland Bank Review, with article on Post Office, February 1958

Box 100   Folder 10

Report of the Advisory Committee on the Inland Telegraph Service, 1958

Box 100   Folder 11

Letter and clipping regarding Post Office, 1959

Box 100   Folder 12

Clippings on the Post Office in Great Britain and “The Status of the Post Office,” report by Postmaster General, London (CF 22-2), 1960-1962

Box 100   Folder 13

“Some notes on postal finance,” reprint of article by J. Keith Horsefield, 1964

Box 100   Folder 14

United States Post Office reform– bills and analysis, 1969-1970

Box 100   Folder 15

United States Post Office cost and revenue reports, 1970

Box 100   Folder 16

“The Post Office – Competition or monopoly?” Institute of Economic Affairs background memorandum by Ian Senior, 1970

Box 100   Folder 17

Correspondence regarding research on U.S. Post Office, 1970-1971

Box 100   Folder 18

Correspondence, manuals, and testimony on post office, 1970-1971

Box 100   Folder 19

Federal Register on Postal Rate Commission, 1971

Box 101   Folder 1

Correspondence, motions, and briefs pertaining to Post Office litigation on Postal Rate and Fee Increases, 1971-1972 [1 of 2]

Box 101   Folder 2

Correspondence, motions, and briefs pertaining to Post Office litigation on Postal Rate and Fee Increases, 1971-1972 [2 of 2]

Box 101   Folder 3

Documents pertaining to postal rate and fee increases, 1971-1975 [1 of 2]

Box 101   Folder 4

Documents pertaining to postal rate and fee increases, 1971-1975 [2 of 2]

Box 101   Folder 5

Newspaper and magazine articles on Post Office and media, 1971-1975

Box 101   Folder 6

Testimony before the United States Postal Rate Commission – James W. Hargrove, Marie D. Eldridge, Nathan M Schachter, and Clifton Brown, undated

Box 101   Folder 7

Testimony before the United States Postal Rate Commission – Arthur Eden, undated

Box 102   Folder 1

Exhibits 1-5 for United States Postal Rate Commission, undated

Box 102   Folder 2

Paper on compensation and benefits in the postal service, undated

Box 102   Folder 3

“United States of America postal rate commission – Chief examiners initial decision on postal rate and fee increases,” February 3, 1972

Box 102   Folder 4

“United States of America postal rate commission – opinion on recommended decision,” June 5, 1972 [1 of 2]

Box 102   Folder 5

“United States of America postal rate commission – opinion on recommended decision,” June 5, 1972 [2 of 2]

Box 102   Folder 6

Book excerpts on postal systems, undated

Box 102   Folder 7

Notes, GPO files, undated

Box 102   Folder 8

Copies of pamphlets on post office reform from 1837-1838, undated

Box 103   Folder 1

Post Office research materials, including copies of 18th-19th century documents, notes, and 20th century bills and acts, 1908-1953, undated

Box 103   Folder 2

“Post Office Reform - its importance and practicability,” copy of document from 1838 by Rowland Hill, undated

Box 103   Folder 3

Extracts and notes from Telegraph Company papers from 1840-1871, undated

Box 103   Folder 4

Extracts and notes from Telegraph Company papers from 1852-1927, undated

Box 103   Folder 5

Transcriptions and extracts of GPO registered papers from 1865-1869, mostly pertaining to telegraphs, undated

Box 103   Folder 6

Postmaster General’s letter monopoly, copy of case, 1887

Box 103   Folder 7

Notes and research materials on Post Office, mostly transcriptions of articles from The Times from 1887-1891, undated

Subseries 4: Alfred Marshall

Box 104   Folder 1

Note from Alfred Marshall to C.W. Adams, 1903

Box 104   Folder 2

“Alfred Marshall, 1842-1924,” copy of article by J.M. Keynes, 1924

Box 104   Folder 3

Copy of excerpt from “Reflections and Recollections,” by J.J. Thompson, with reference to Marshall, 1937

Box 104   Folder 4

Articles related to Marshall and natural monopoly, 1959-2005

Box 104   Folder 5

Society of Genealogists correspondence, copies, and handbooks, 1962-1968

Box 104   Folder 6

Alfred Marshall and parents general genealogical material, 1962-1986

Box 104   Folder 7

Note and Alfred Marshall postcard from George Stigler; copy of letter from Mary Marshall, 1963-1985

Box 104   Folder 8

Articles and notes, 1962-2002

Box 104   Folder 9

Letters from Ronald Coase to C.W. Guillebaund, 1964-1970

Box 104   Folder 10

Project correspondence, including with Rita McWilliams Tullberg, Anders Reimers, and Philomena Guilleband, 1964, 1988-1990

Box 104   Folder 11

Project correspondence, including with Gordon Brady, Peter Groenwewegen, Stephen Stigler, University of Chicago Special Collections Research Center, 1990-1993

Box 104   Folder 12

Reprints of Marshall essays, 1965, undated

Box 104   Folder 13

Transcriptions and copies from “Marshall’s Political Economy” from 1891 and correspondence regarding Marshall, 1965-1967

Box 105   Folder 1

George Stigler introduction to Marshall papers in Journal of Law and Economics and related correspondence; copies of and notes on papers by Marshall, 1965-1966

Box 105   Folder 2

Thornton Marshall genealogical material, including copies and transcriptions of 19th century documents, 1965-1985

Box 105   Folder 3

Correspondence and articles, 1966-1973

Box 105   Folder 4

J.K. Whitaker correspondence and paper on Marshall; copies, possibly of Alfred Marshall’s notes, 1967-1971 [1 of 2]

Box 105   Folder 5

J.K. Whitaker correspondence and paper on Marshall; copies, possibly of Alfred Marshall’s notes, 1967-1971 [2 of 2]

Box 105   Folder 6

William Marshall genealogical material, 1967-1985

Box 105   Folder 7

Letters from Cambridge Library, 1968, 1970

Box 105   Folder 8

J.K. Whitaker paper on Alfred Marshall, circa 1971

Box 105   Folder 9

J.K. Whitaker paper with Alfred Marshall notes and essay, circa 1971

Box 105   Folder 10

Transcriptions of Alfred Marshall correspondence, mostly with Foxwell and Keynes, from 1891-1908, including discussion of Pigou appointment; related Ronald Coase article, 1972

Box 105   Folder 11

Two photographs of Alfred Marshall and note from Ronald Coase, 1972, undated

Box 106   Folder 1

Edward Marshall genealogical information, 1972

Box 106   Folder 2

Marshall research correspondence with Lotte Hamburger, with copies of birth certificates, articles, and search results, 1972-1973

Box 106   Folder 3

Correspondence, mostly with A.C. Rotter, and notes regarding genealogy of Oliver and Davenport families, 1972-1976

Box 106   Folder 4

Correspondence, mostly with Hugh Peskett, and notes regarding genealogy of Marshall and Kitson families, 1972-1977

Box 106   Folder 5

Bentall family genealogical material, including correspondence with Hugh Peskett and copies of 19th century documents, 1972-1989 [1 of 2]

Box 106   Folder 6

Bentall family genealogical material, including correspondence with Hugh Peskett and copies of 19th century documents, 1972-1989 [2 of 2]

Box 106   Folder 7

C.H. Marshall and Marshall family genealogical research, 1972-1989 [1 of 2]

Box 106   Folder 8

C.H. Marshall and Marshall family genealogical research, 1972-1989 [2 of 2]

Box 107   Folder 1

Marshall family research and “Family and the Firm” bibliography from Research Assistant Wynn Clifford, 1972-1990

Box 107   Folder 2

Australian research on C.H. Marshall – correspondence with research assistants and copies of 19th century documents, original folder labeled “duplicate file,” 1973-1986

Box 107   Folder 3

Australian joint copying project handbooks, 1974-1980

Box 107   Folder 4

Kitson family genealogy notes, 1975

Box 107   Folder 5

“The Methodological Implications of Alfred Marshall’s economics,” by Abraham Hirsch and Eva Hirsch, and note, 1975

Box 107   Folder 6

Thornton family genealogy materials, including correspondence with Brigham Young University Family History Services, 1975-1977 [1 of 2]

Box 107   Folder 7

Thornton family genealogy materials, including correspondence with Brigham Young University Family History Services, 1975-1977 [2 of 2]

Box 107   Folder 8

Marshall family genealogical research material, 1976-1985

Box 107   Folder 9

“The Past, Present, and Future of the English language,” copy of article from 1878 by William Marshall, 1976

Box 108   Folder 1

“Scots, Jews, and Subversives among the dismal scientists,” copy of article by William D. Grampp, 1976

Box 108   Folder 2

“Whatever Happened to Marshall’s Theory of Value?” discussion paper by Brian Loasby, and correspondence, 1976

Box 108   Folder 3

Copies of letter by Marshall from 1886 and registration card used by his students from 1905; “Ticket of Leave” and “Mauritius dollar,” articles, circa 1977

Box 108   Folder 4

Australian research on C.H. Marshall – miscellaneous correspondence, 1977

Box 108   Folder 5

Correspondence with Australian researchers regarding Charles Henry Marshall research, 1977-1981 [1 of 2]

Box 108   Folder 6

Correspondence with Australian researchers regarding Charles Henry Marshall research, 1977-1981 [2 of 2]

Box 108   Folder 7

Correspondence with Betty Crouchly regarding Charles Henry Marshall research in Australia, with related documents, 1977-1981 [1 of 2]

Box 108   Folder 8

Correspondence with Betty Crouchly regarding Charles Henry Marshall research in Australia, with related documents, 1977-1981 [2 of 2]

Box 108   Folder 9

Correspondence with Australian archives and notes on Charles Henry Marshall, 1977-1982

Box 108   Folder 10

Notes and photocopies regarding Marshall family research in Australia, circa 1977-1982

Box 108   Folder 11

Venn and Bishop family research, including copies of late 19th and early 20th century books, circa 1977-1982

Box 109   Folder 1

Correspondence and notes regarding genealogy of Oliver, Kitson, Davenport, Cook, and Marshall families, 1977-1983

Box 109   Folder 2

Charles Henry Marshall and Marshall family genealogical research – notes, copies of documents, correspondence with Australian archives, map, and booklet on Benthall Hall, 1977-1986

Box 109   Folder 3

Correspondence and notes regarding Marshall, Oliver, Davenport, and Mitchell families, 1981-1984

Box 109   Folder 4

Charles William Marshall genealogical material, 1982

Box 109   Folder 5

Correspondence, notes, and photocopies on Marshall family in Australia, 1982 [1 of 2]

Box 109   Folder 6

Correspondence, notes, and photocopies on Marshall family in Australia, 1982 [2 of 2]

Box 109   Folder 7

Correspondence, mostly with Barbara Donagan, regarding Marshall family research in Australia, 1982-1983

Box 109   Folder 8

Photocopies and letter on Charles Henry Marshall from Barbara Donagan in Australia, 1982-1983

Box 109   Folder 9

Correspondence with Maurice W.M. Clark regarding research on Alfred Marshall’s family, 1982-1983

Box 109   Folder 10

Stamps from St. John’s College, Cambridge, and note, 1984

Box 109   Folder 11

Copies of unlabeled historic documents and Marshall research correspondence with Barbara Donagan and others, 1986-1989

Box 110   Folder 1

Transcription and copy of William Bentall’s will and related memorandum, 1989

Box 110   Folder 2

Note from James Clayton and photographs of stool, 1990

Box 110   Folder 3

Note from Peter Groenewegen and photograph at Marshall’s grave, 1990

Box 110   Folder 4

Copy of biographical register from The Correspondence of Alfred Marshall, Economist, 1990

Box 110   Folder 5

Article from Marshall Studies Bulletin by Peter Groenewegen, 1992

Box 110   Folder 6

Research Assistant notes on Marshall Book III – demand curve and other topics, June 23, 2001

Box 110   Folder 7

Marshall bibliography from Ning Wang; note on references to Mary Marshall, 2004

Box 110   Folder 8

Bibliography of sources and references cited in Marshall’s Principles of Economics, undated

Box 110   Folder 9

Chapters of Alfred Marshall biography, undated

Box 110   Folder 10

Hawtrey family genealogical material, undated

Box 110   Folder 11

Notes on Marshall, undated

Box 110   Folder 12

Marshall research notebooks, undated

Box 110   Folder 13

Marshall research notebooks and notes, undated

Box 110   Folder 14

Postcard of St. John’s College, Cambridge, undated

Box 110   Folder 15

Transcriptions of Alfred Marshall’s letters written during his trip to America in 1875, undated

Box 110   Folder 16

“Mr. Henry George at Oxford, Disorderly Meeting,” reprint from 1884, undated

Box 110   Folder 17

“Some remarks upon Demand and Supply Curves, and their Interpretation,” copies of remarks from 1888 by H. Cunynghame, undated

Box 110   Folder 18

Transcriptions of “Marshall’s Political Economy,” from 1891, undated

Box 110   Folder 19

Copies of Hewins-Marshall correspondence from 1895-1901, undated

Box 111   Folder 1

Copy of Mary Paley Marshall notebook from circa 1890 and note, undated

Box 111   Folder 2

Copy of Mary Paley Marshall notebook from circa 1890, undated

Box 111   Folder 3

Transcriptions and copy of Mary Paley Marshall notebook from circa 1890, undated

Box 111   Folder 4

Transcriptions of Mary Paley Marshall notebook from circa 1890, undated

Box 111   Folder 5

Copy of notes on property from 1948, undated

Box 111   Folder 6

Marshall family genealogical materials from Queensland, Australia – mostly copies of pages from genealogy books, undated

Box 111   Folder 7

Copies of miscellaneous Australian documents and articles, undated [1 of 2]

Box 111   Folder 8

Copies of miscellaneous Australian documents and articles, undated [2 of 2]

Subseries 5: Lighthouses

Box 112   Folder 1

Articles and notes, 1959-1963, undated

Box 112   Folder 2

Correspondence, notes, articles, and reports, 1964-1972

Box 112   Folder 3

Correspondence, notes, drafts, and research material, 1964-1972, undated

Box 112   Folder 4

British government reports, 1969-1982

Box 112   Folder 5

Notes, drafts, correspondence, and articles, 1972-1974 [1 of 2]

Box 112   Folder 6

Notes, drafts, correspondence, and articles, 1972-1974 [2 of 2]

Box 112   Folder 7

Copies of British General Lighthouse Fund accounts and note from Ning Wang, 1975-1998

Box 112   Folder 8

Times Literary Supplement book review of Lighthouses: Their Architecture, History, and Archaeology, by Douglas B. Hague and Rosemary Christie, 1977

Box 112   Folder 9

Article on lighthouses, information on UK Coastguard and Royal National Lifeboat Institute, and note from Ning Wang, 1979-2000

Box 112   Folder 10

Articles and correspondence, 1983-2001

Box 113   Folder 1

Department of Transportation General Lighthouse Authorities – review of the Lighthouse Services, 1984

Box 113   Folder 2

Department of Transportation final report on the study of light dues, 1985

Box 113   Folder 3

Lighthouse articles, reports, and notes, 1987, undated

Box 113   Folder 4

“Essays on the Economics of Property Rights - Lighthouses and Alligators” and letter by Franklin Graves Mixon, Jr., 1990, 1994

Box 113   Folder 5

Copies of 19th century documents, circa 1997

Box 113   Folder 6

Letter and review from Richard Epstein, December 15, 1998

Box 113   Folder 7

List of articles that have cited Ronald Coase’s article, “Lighthouse in Economics,” with notes, circa 2000

Box 113   Folder 8

“Loans to promote the construction and improvement of harbours,” transcription of document from 1856-1859, undated

Box 113   Folder 9

“Case 17 - The British Lighthouse system,” typescript, undated

Box 113   Folder 10

Copies of 19th century documents, notes, and articles, undated

Subseries 6: Blackmail

Box 113   Folder 11

Copies of newspaper articles and note from Ning Wang on Lord Walter Rothschild; copy of chapter from Dear Lord Rothschild – Birds, Butterfllies, and History, by Miriam Rothschild, 1907-2004

Box 114   Folder 1

List of articles relating to extortion, February 6, 1965

Box 114   Folder 2

Law review articles on blackmail, 1975-1988

Box 114   Folder 3

Articles, memoranda, notes, and copies of British government documents on blackmail and extortion, 1978-1987, undated

Box 114   Folder 4

Articles, review, and list of sources on blackmail, 1984-2004

Box 114   Folder 5

Letters regarding lecture at University of Virginia, 1985-1987

Box 114   Folder 6

Letters to Ronald Coase from Richard Posner, Lester Tesler, David Friedman, and Gary Becker on blackmail, 1985-1988

Box 114   Folder 7

Articles on blackmail, 1993

Box 114   Folder 8

Articles and book excerpts on blackmail, 1993-2003

Subseries 7: General Motors and Fisher Body

Box 115   Folder 1

U.S. v. DuPont G.M. et al – defendants’ exhibits, 1953 [1 of 2]

Box 115   Folder 2

U.S. v. DuPont G.M. et al – defendants’ exhibits, 1953 [2 of 2]

Box 115   Folder 3

U.S. v. DuPont G.M. et al – government exhibits, 1953

Box 115   Folder 4

U.S. v. DuPont G.M et al trial transcripts, 1953 [1 of 3]

Box 115   Folder 5

U.S. v. DuPont G.M. et al trial transcripts, 1953 [2 of 3]

Box 115   Folder 6

U.S. v. DuPont G.M. et al trial transcripts, 1953 [3 of 3]

Box 115   Folder 7

U.S. v. DuPont G.M. transcripts of testimony of Alfred P. Sloan and Pierre S. DuPont, and government exhibits, 1953

Box 116   Folder 1

Research articles, 1928-2002 [1 of 2]

Box 116   Folder 2

Research articles, 1928-2002 [2 of 2]

Box 116   Folder 3

Books with reference to GM-Fisher Body – copies of title pages and excerpts; note, 1982-2002

Box 116   Folder 4

Articles with references to GM-Fisher Body prior to 1989, 1983-1985

Box 116   Folder 5

Articles on firms, contracts, and automobiles, 1988-2000

Box 116   Folder 6

Articles with reference to A.O. Smith and note, 1988-2002, undated

Box 116   Folder 7

Review articles, 1991-1996

Box 116   Folder 8

Research articles, 1992-2005

Box 116   Folder 9

Research articles by Benjamin Klein, 1996-2000

Box 116   Folder 10

Research articles, 1997-2002

Box 116   Folder 11

“Corporate Finance, the Theory of the Firm, and Organizations,” by Patrick Bolton and David S. Scharfstein, and response, 2000

Box 116   Folder 12

Correspondence with Oliver Williamson, Dennis Carlton, Richard Epstein, and others regarding GM-Fisher Body, 2000-2001

Box 116   Folder 13

Letters from Benjamin Klein to Ronald Coase and Daniel Spulber, February-May 2001

Box 117   Folder 1

Letter from Benjamin Klein to Ronald Coase and draft of paper, December 27, 2001

Box 117   Folder 2

Correspondence with Daniel F. Spulber regarding publication of GM-Fisher Body articles, 2001

Box 117   Folder 3

Letters from Ronald Coase to Benjamin Klein, 2001-2002

Box 117   Folder 4

Letter and draft of paper from Benjamin Klein, June 19, 2002

Box 117   Folder 5

Research articles, notes from Ning Wang, and lists of sources, 2002-2004

Subseries 8: Nobel Prize Winners

Box 117   Folder 6

Articles and reviews on The Double Helix, 1967-2004

Box 117   Folder 7

Scandinavian Journal of Economics descriptions of Nobel Prize winners, 1970-1991 [1 of 2]

Box 117   Folder 8

Scandinavian Journal of Economics descriptions of Nobel Prize winners, 1970-1991 [2 of 2]

Box 117   Folder 9

Articles, notes, and chapters on Nobel Prize, 1969-1989

Box 117   Folder 10

Articles, notes, and chapters on Nobel Prize, 1970-1990

Box 118   Folder 1

Articles, 1976, 1984-1997

Box 118   Folder 2

Articles, notes, and chapters, 1976-1989

Box 118   Folder 3

Articles and notes, 1978-1993

Box 118   Folder 4

New York Times articles on Nobel Prize, 1980-2002

Box 118   Folder 5

Clippings on Nobel Prize winners, 1982, 1994-1995

Box 118   Folder 6

Nobel Prize announcements from Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 1991-2004

Box 118   Folder 7

Article and note on Ronald Coase’s Nobel Prize research, 1998

Box 118   Folder 8

Articles and reviews about John Nash and A Beautiful Mind, 1998-2002

Box 118   Folder 9

News and journal articles, 1999-2002

Box 118   Folder 10

Articles from Wall Street Journal, Science, Nature, and others, 2003-2005, undated

Box 118   Folder 11

Lists of Nobel Prize winners and excerpts from Svenska Dagbladet, undated

Subseries 9: Bibliographies, resource lists, and citation analysis

Box 119   Folder 1

Handouts and articles from a Harvard economics course, circa 1970s [1 of 2]

Box 119   Folder 2

Handouts and articles from a Harvard economics course, circa 1970s [2 of 2]

Box 119   Folder 3

“Nature of the Firm” citation research, 1986

Box 119   Folder 4

Citation analysis – articles with reference to Klein and Coase, 2001

Box 119   Folder 5

Coase impact factor research, 2002-2003, undated [1 of 2]

Box 119   Folder 6

Coase impact factor research, 2002-2003, undated [2 of 2]

Box 119   Folder 7

List of search results – articles by Benjamin Klein, 2003

Box 119   Folder 8

Descriptions of manufacturing-related books, 2003

Box 119   Folder 9

Resource list – firms, vertical integration, and other topics, 2004

Box 119   Folder 10

Resource list – corporations, business, and environment, 2004

Box 120   Folder 1

List of articles that cited Klein 1984, 2004

Box 120   Folder 2

Citation analysis of Coase articles from 1937, 1959, and 1960, 2008

Box 120   Folder 3

Citation analysis of other influential economics works, circa 2008

Box 120   Folder 4

Citation analysis of articles before 1970, circa 2009

Box 120   Folder 5

Citation analysis of articles after 1970, circa 2009

Box 120   Folder 6

Milton Friedman citation analysis, circa 2009

Box 120   Folder 7

Family and the Firm bibliography, undated

Box 120   Folder 8

Franchising – a preliminary bibliography, undated

Box 120   Folder 9

Franchising bibliography, undated

Box 120   Folder 10

List of books on economics and other topics, undated

Box 120   Folder 11

References and sources and appendix on transaction costs, undated

Series V: Teaching

This series contains material that appears to have been related to Ronald Coase’s teaching. The majority of the material is a large set of notes on court cases from the course Business 386. Most of the other documents in this series were not clearly labeled, so the particular course or seminar they correspond to is often not known. The material ranges in date from the 1930s-1982, with a number of undated items. It is arranged chronologically.

Box 120   Folder 12

“The Organisation of Nationalised Industries,” “What is Economics?” and “Electricity rates” lecture notes; copy of letter to R.F. Fowler regarding lecture that inspired “Nature of the Firm” article, 1932

Box 120   Folder 13

Economics of Public Utilities lecture notes, notes, and related documents, circa 1930-1940s

Box 120   Folder 14

Study notes for B.Com Examinations, University of London Commerce Degree Bureau, circa late 1940s

Box 120   Folder 15

Lecture notes, Advanced Economic Theory reading list, and clippings, circa early 1950s

Box 121   Folder 1

Lecture notes and midterm examination, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 121   Folder 2

Economics 101 final exam, January 20, 1961

Box 121   Folder 3

Business 386 – notes on various cases, 1967, undated

Box 121   Folder 4

Business 382/386 – trade regulation and the control of monopoly – lists of cases to consider and summaries of cases, undated

Box 121   Folder 5

Business 386 – American Column and Lumber Co. v. United States (1921), undated

Box 121   Folder 6

Business 386 – American Tobacco Co. v. United States (1946), undated

Box 121   Folder 7

Business 386 – Appalachian Coals Inc. v. United States (1933), undated

Box 121   Folder 8

Business 386 – Associated Press v. United States (1945), undated

Box 121   Folder 9

Business 386 – Corn Products Refining Co. v. Federal Trade Commission (1945), undated

Box 121   Folder 10

Business 386 – Dr. Miles Medical Co. v. John D. Park and Sons (1911), undated

Box 121   Folder 11

Business 386 – Federal Trade Commission v. AE Staley (1945), undated

Box 121   Folder 12

Business 386 – Federal Trade Commission v. Morton Salt (1948), undated

Box 121   Folder 13

Business 386 – IBM v. United States (1936), undated

Box 121   Folder 14

Business 386 – Standard Oil v. Federal Trade Commission (1951), undated

Box 121   Folder 15

Business 386 – Standard Oil v. United States (19411), undated

Box 121   Folder 16

Business 386 – Standard Oil of California v. United States (1949), undated

Box 121   Folder 17

Business 386 – United States v. Addystone Pipe and Steel Company (1898), undated

Box 121   Folder 18

Business 386 – United States v. Aluminum Company of America (1945), undated

Box 121   Folder 19

Business 386 – United States v. American Can Company (1949), undated

Box 122   Folder 1

Business 386 – United States v. American Tobacco (1911), undated

Box 122   Folder 2

Business 386 – United States v. Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company (1949), undated

Box 122   Folder 3

Business 386 – United States v. Brown Shoe Company (1962), undated

Box 122   Folder 4

Business 386 – United States v. Corn Products Refining Company (1946), undated

Box 122   Folder 5

Business 386 – United States v. DuPont (1956), undated

Box 122   Folder 6

Business 386 – United States v. General Motors (1941), undated

Box 122   Folder 7

Business 386 – United States v. Paramount Pictures (1948), undated

Box 122   Folder 8

Business 386 – United States v. Socony Vacuum Oil Company (1940), undated

Box 122   Folder 9

Business 386 – United States v. Trenton Potteries Company (1927), undated

Box 122   Folder 10

Business 386 – United States v. United Shoe Machinery Company (1922), undated

Box 122   Folder 11

Business 386 – United States v. U.S. Steel (1920), undated

Box 122   Folder 12

Business 386 – United States v. Von’s Grocery (1966), undated

Box 122   Folder 13

Business 386 – United States v. Yellow Cab (1947), undated

Box 122   Folder 14

Business 386 – Utah Pie Company v. Continental Baking Company (1967), undated

Box 122   Folder 15

Law school class schedule and page from course catalog, 1982

Box 122   Folder 16

Drafts of broadcasting lectures with edits, undated

Box 122   Folder 17

Lecture notes and course notes – Economic Analysis and Principles of Economics, undated [1 of 2]

Box 122   Folder 18

Lecture notes and course notes – Economic Analysis and Principles of Economics, undated [2 of 2]

Box 123   Folder 1

Lecture notes from University of Chicago seminar, undated

Box 123   Folder 2

Notebook – Business Economics, undated

Series VI: Writing by Others

Subseries 1, Articles on Ronald Coase, contains writings by others about Ronald Coase, his work, and ideas. The first portion of the subseries consists of scholarly journal articles and is arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the author. Compilations including multiple authors and works with unknown authors were placed last. Following the scholarly writing are articles from popular publications such as newspapers and magazines, which are generally arranged chronologically. The material ranges in date from 1961-2012.

Subseries 2 contains papers and related material from conferences that Ronald Coase attended, helped organize, or was invited to participate in. They are generally arranged chronologically, with the exception of material from the Coase Institute, which has been placed at the beginning of the series. Around half of Subseries 2 is material from a 2008 conference on the economic transformation of China that Ronald Coase and Ning Wang organized. The material ranges in date from 1951-2010. See Series VII, Audiovisual, for additional conference material.

Subseries 3, Journals and Newsletters, contains issues of or information on journals and newsletters. It is arranged chronologically and ranges in date from 1951-2011.

Subseries 4, Reports and brochures, includes reports from the United States government, mostly on agriculture and the environment; promotional material and reports for economics programs; and material from other corporations and organizations. It is arranged chronologically and ranges in date from 1938-2007.

Subseries 5, Writings by and about Duncan Black, contains papers, articles, and writings by and about the British economist Duncan Black, a friend of Ronald Coase. The material ranges in date from 1948-1999 and includes a few copies of 19th century documents. See the Correspondence series and Correspondence Subseries of the Personal Series for correspondence between Black and Coase.

Subseries 6, Newspaper and magazine articles, contains miscellaneous articles from popular publications. They are arranged alphabetically and range in date from 1975-2011.

Subseries 7 contains articles from academic journals not written by Ronald Coase. The publication dates of the articles range from 1887-2013, and many are reprints or copies. They are arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the author.

Subseries 1: Articles on Ronald Coase

Box 123   Folder 3

Aivazian-Aune, 1981-2006, undated

Box 123   Folder 4

Baird-Bernholz, 1997-2003

Box 123   Folder 5

Black-Bucaglia, 1978-1999

Box 123   Folder 6

Calabresi-Cole, 1965-2011

Box 123   Folder 7

Coleman-Croson, 1982-2000

Box 123   Folder 8

De Alessi-DeSerpa, 1992-2011

Box 124   Folder 1

Dixit-Dunn, 1989-2000

Box 124   Folder 2

Ellickson-Epstein, 1977-1996

Box 124   Folder 3

Faith-Fufuboth, 1972-1999

Box 124   Folder 4

Gibbons-Greenwood, 1980-1999

Box 124   Folder 5

Harrison-Hummel-Kowalski, 1978-2009

Box 124   Folder 6

Ichiishi-Johnson, 1973-2009

Box 124   Folder 7

Karsten-Kramer, 1978-1999

Box 124   Folder 8

Lai-Lowry, 1976-2008

Box 125   Folder 1

Magnan de Bornier-McManson, 1961-2001

Box 125   Folder 2

Medema, Steven, 1995-1999

Box 125   Folder 3

Medema, Steven, 2000-2008

Box 125   Folder 4

McNulty-Olson, 1968-1997

Box 125   Folder 5

Parisi-Posner, 1983-2009

Box 125   Folder 6

Rasmusen-Ruth, 1972-1999

Box 125   Folder 7

Samuels-Schmitt, circa 1972-1993

Box 125   Folder 8

Schwab-Swygert, 1980-1998

Box 126   Folder 1

Talley-Vira, 1982-1999

Box 126   Folder 2

Waldman-Zhiyuan, 1972-2008

Box 126   Folder 3

Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics with “A Collection of Views and Comments on ‘The Nature of the Firm,” 1981

Box 126   Folder 4

“Law or Economics?” typescript, December 13, 1990

Box 126   Folder 5

Japan and the World Economy, including articles by Samuelson, Varian, Cooper, White, Hurwicz, Maseda, and Nelson, 1995

Box 126   Folder 6

Review of book on Ronald Coase by Steven G. Medema, 1995

Box 126   Folder 7

Homage à Ronald Coase, Université Paris Pantheon-Sorbonne, 1998

Box 126   Folder 8

Excerpts on transaction costs and vertical integration from unidentified textbook, 2004

Box 126   Folder 9

Concise Encyclopedia of Economics entry on Ronald Coase, 2008

Box 126   Folder 10

“The Firm as an entity – management, organisation, accounting,” working paper of University of Brescia, Italy, circa 2000s

Box 126   Folder 11

Notes on property rights and Coase Theorem, circa 2000s

Box 126   Folder 12

Proposal for new collections of Ronald Coase’s writings, 2000s

Box 126   Folder 13

News articles mentioning Ronald Coase, on topics including public television, pay TV, and “market for goods and market for ideas,” 1959, 1968-1981

Box 126   Folder 14

News articles on broadcasting quoting Ronald Coase, 1968

Box 126   Folder 15

News articles mentioning Ronald Coase, 1974-1981, undated

Box 126   Folder 16

Ronald Coase quotation in Fortune and subsequent reprints and newspapers, 1975-1976

Box 126   Folder 17

Newspaper clippings featuring Ronald Coase quotation from Fortune, 1975-1976

Box 126   Folder 18

Newsletter and newspaper articles mentioning Ronald Coase, 1975-1997

Box 126   Folder 19

News articles on Ronald Coase and Nobel Prize, 1991-1992

Box 126   Folder 20

News articles on Ronald Coase in foreign languages, 1992

Box 126   Folder 21

News articles on Ronald Coase, 2000-2012, undated

Box 126   Folder 22

Clippings and notes on airwaves auctions, 2007-2008

Box 126   Folder 23

Magazine in Chinese with article on Ronald Coase, 2008

Subseries 2: Conference papers

Box 127    Folder 1

Coase Institute meeting agenda, August 7, 2000

Box 127    Folder 2

Coase Institute – description in International Society for New Institutional Economics newsletter and list of accepted workshop applicants, January 2001, September 2002

Box 127    Folder 3

Coase Institute workshop on Institutional Analysis materials, 2001, 2002

Box 127    Folder 4

Coase Institute conference on transaction costs, 2003

Box 127    Folder 5

Coase Institute permission form and letter related to website, 2003

Box 127    Folder 6

Coase Institute workshop on Institutional Analysis materials, 2003, 2004, 2005

Box 127    Folder 7

Coase Institute informational sheet, May 2004

Box 127    Folder 8

Coase Institute greetings from workshop alumni, Summer 2009

Box 127    Folder 9

Lecture and symposium programs, 1951-1968, undated

Box 127    Folder 10

Papers from roundtable on policy issues and research opportunities in industrial organization, 1970

Box 127    Folder 11

American Enterprise Institute Blood Conference, June 4, 1976

Box 127    Folder 12

Papers presented at the 7th and 8th international seminars on New Institutional Economics, 1989-1990

Box 127    Folder 13

Mentor Group conference for the United States – European Community Political Economy, brochure, 1990-1991

Box 127    Folder 14

Mont Pelerin Society general meeting packet, 1994

Box 127    Folder 15

Harvard Law Review Symposium on Law, Knowledge, and the Academy, papers, March 2002

Box 128    Folder 1

3rd International Conference of Chief Justices of the World on Article 51C of the Constitution of India, papers, 2002

Box 128    Folder 2

Spectrum Policy – property or commons? conference information, March 2003

Box 128    Folder 3

The Legacy of Failed Global Projects - a review and reconceptualization of the legal paradigm – proceedings of the First General Counsels’ Roundtable, January 20-21, 2005

Box 128    Folder 4

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation –welcome address, conference program, guest list, and press release, 2008

Box 128    Folder 5

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – list of presenters and comments on papers, 2008

Box 128    Folder 6

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation Day 1 papers - “The Economic System of China,” by Steven N.S. Cheung, preliminary draft, 2007

Box 128    Folder 7

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation Day 1 papers – “The Economic System of China,” by Steven N.S. Cheung, second draft, 2007

Box 128    Folder 8

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 1 papers – “The Economic System of China,” by Steven N.S. Cheung, third draft, 2008

Box 128    Folder 9

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 1 papers – “The Economic System of China,” by Steven N.S. Cheung, third draft and note to Ronald Coase, 2008

Box 128    Folder 10

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 1 papers – “The Economic System of China,” by Steven N.S. Cheung, fourth draft, May 2008

Box 129   Folder 1

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 1 PM papers, 2008 [1 of 2]

Box 129   Folder 2

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 1 PM papers, 2008 [2 of 2]

Box 129   Folder 3

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 2 AM papers, 2008 [1 of 2]

Box 129   Folder 4

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 2 AM papers, 2008 [2 of 2]

Box 129   Folder 5

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 2 PM papers, 2008 [2 of 2]

Box 129   Folder 6

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 2 PM papers, 2008 [2 of 2]

Box 129   Folder 7

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 3 AM papers, 2008

Box 130   Folder 1

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 3 PM papers, 2008

Box 130   Folder 2

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 4 papers, 2008

Box 130   Folder 3

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 5 papers, 2008 [1 of 2]

Box 130   Folder 4

Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation – Day 5 papers, 2008 [2 of 2]

Box 130   Folder 5

Markets, firms, and property rights – a celebration of the research of Ronald Coase, conference information, 2009

Box 130   Folder 6

Chicago workshop on the Industrial Structure of Production – program and select papers, 2010

Subseries 3: Journals and newsletters

Box 130   Folder 7

University of Buffalo publications, 1951

Box 130   Folder 8

Review of Economic Studies indexes to authors and titles, 1958-1961

Box 130   Folder 9

The Law School Record, Autumn 1965

Box 130   Folder 10

University of Chicago Law Alumni Journal and University of Chicago Bulletin, 1977

Box 130   Folder 11

Munich Social Science Review, 1978

Box 130   Folder 12

Title page for Journal of Law and Society, Summer 1982

Box 130   Folder 13

Regulation – American Enterprise Institute Journal on Government and Society, 1982-1996

Box 130   Folder 14

American Academy of Arts and Sciences Bulletin, 1983

Box 130   Folder 15

London School of Economics Circular, 1989

Box 130   Folder 16

Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Fall 1990

Box 131   Folder 1

Marshall Studies Bulletin, 1992-1993, 1996

Box 131   Folder 2

Contributions to Political Economy title page, 1999

Box 131   Folder 3

International Society for New Institutional Economics newsletters, Spring 1999, January 2001

Box 131   Folder 4

Items and Issues, Social Science Research Council newsletter, Winter 2000

Box 131   Folder 5

Revue d’Economie Industrielle call for contributions, 2000

Box 131   Folder 6

National Bureau of Economic Research newsletters, 2000-2005

Box 131   Folder 7

Royal Economic Society newsletter

Box 131   Folder 8

Euroscience News, Winter 20002

Box 131   Folder 9

Liberté, economique et progres social, 2002-2007

Box 131   Folder 10

Law and Contemporary Problems title page, Summer 2003

Box 131   Folder 11

Division of Labor and Transaction Costs journal information, 2004-2005

Box 131   Folder 12

Journal of Institutional Economics table of contents, 2005

Box 131   Folder 13

Economic Journal, PERC Policy series essays, and Journal of Bioeconomics issues, 2006, 2009, 2011

Box 131   Folder 14

Special issue of University of Chicago Law Review commemorating Richard Posner, 2007

Box 131   Folder 15

Daedalus journal, Fall-Winter 2007

  • BOX 132
Box 131   Folder 1

Liberté, economique et progres social, 2009-2011

Box 131   Folder 2

ama-gi – Journal of the Hayek Society at the London School of Economics, undated

Box 131   Folder 3

The Independent Institute newsletter, undated

Subseries 4: Reports and brochures

Box 132   Folder 4

Reports on pigs and cattle and related articles, 1938-2004 [1 of 3]

Box 132   Folder 5

Reports on pigs and cattle and related articles, 1938-2004 [2 of 3]

Box 132   Folder 6

Reports on pigs and cattle and related articles, 1938-2004 [3 of 3]

Box 132   Folder 7

Notes from Ministry of Health, War Office, and Central Statistical, 1938, 1943-1945

Box 132   Folder 8

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences brochure, 1958

Box 132   Folder 9

Task Force on Productivity and Competition reports and correspondence, 1969 [1 of 2]

Box 132   Folder 10

Task Force on Productivity and Competition reports and correspondence, 1969 [2 of 2]

Box 132   Folder 11

“The Relationship between Property Rights and Externalities,” CONSAP Research Report, with section on Ronald Coase, February 3, 1975

Box 132   Folder 12

University of Miami Law and Economics Center Annual Report and Study Report, 1976, 1977

Box 133   Folder 1

United States Department of Transportation report, 1990

Box 133   Folder 2

French-language reports from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications, 1991-1993

Box 133   Folder 3

Center for Research on Contracts and the Structure of Enterprise, brochure and related documents, including unlabeled photographs possibly including Ronald Coase, 1993, unlabeled

Box 133   Folder 4

Bureaucrats in Business – the Economics and Politics of Government Ownership – World Bank Policy Research report, 1995

Box 133   Folder 5

Environmental Protection Agency reports and related articles, 1995-2005 [1 of 2]

Box 133   Folder 6

Environmental Protection Agency reports and related articles, 1995-2005 [2 of 2]

Box 133   Folder 7

Booklets on UN greenhouse gas trading system and related material, 1995-1997

Box 133   Folder 8

Bureau of the Census publications, 1995-1998

Box 133   Folder 9

“Preliminary Development Plan for a Pilot Global Warming Emissions Trading Programme,” with letter from Maurice Strong and Richard Sandor, February 1996

Box 133   Folder 10

World Economic Forum Industry Summit report, 1996

Box 133   Folder 11

Environmental Protection Agency 1996 compliance report for acid rain program, 1997

Box 133   Folder 12

Presentation and report on climate change, 1998, 2007

Box 133   Folder 13

“The U.S. Experience with Economic Incentives for Protecting the Environment,” typescript, 2001 [1 of 2]

Box 134   Folder 1

“The U.S. Experience with Economic Incentives for Protecting the Environment,” typescript, 2001 [2 of 2]

Box 134   Folder 2

The New Foundation Guidebook, 2002

Box 134   Folder 3

The U.S. Department of Agriculture – monthly hogs and pigs reports, 2002-2003

Box 134   Folder 4

Contracting and Organizations Research Institute at the University of Missouri Columbia, report and proposal to Ronald Coase and the Coase Foundation, 2003, 2004

Box 134   Folder 5

United States Environmental Protection Agency report, “Environmental Economics – Research Strategy,” December 2005

Box 134   Folder 6

University of Chicago Law and Economics program annual report, 2007

Box 134   Folder 7

GE Annual Report, 2007

Box 134   Folder 8

Center for Research on Contracts and the Structure of Enterprise, brochure, undated

Box 134   Folder 9

School of Economics and Finance – The University of Hong Kong, brochure, undated

Subseries 5: Writing by and about Duncan Black

Box 134   Folder 10

Articles, reviews, and excerpts, including copies, related to Duncan Black and his work, 1884-1993

Box 134   Folder 11

Copies of Duncan Black notes from 1932, undated

Box 134   Folder 12

Papers by Duncan Black, including reprints, copies, and articles, 1948-1993

Box 134   Folder 13

Drafts and typescripts by Duncan Black, circa 1949-1981 [1 of 2]

Box 135    Folder 1

Drafts and typescripts by Duncan Black, circa 1949-1981 [2 of 2]

Box 135    Folder 2

Duncan Black writings and CV, 1967-1979

Box 135    Folder 3

Duncan Black obituary, 1991

Box 135    Folder 4

Duncan Black research – articles, list of citations to his work, letters regarding research on Black, CV, transcriptions of letters, and list of Ronald Coase material on Duncan Black, 1991-1996

Box 135    Folder 5

Duncan Black research – catalogue of Duncan Black archive at Glasgow University, list of citations to his work, and correspondence related to research on Duncan Black, 1995-1996, undated

Box 135    Folder 6

Typescripts for Papers of Duncan Black book, including introduction, and copies of original papers, 1992 [1 of 4]

Box 135    Folder 7

Typescripts for Papers of Duncan Black book and copies of original papers, 1992 [2 of 4]

Box 135    Folder 8

Typescripts for Papers of Duncan Black book and copies of original papers, 1992 [3 of 4]

Box 136   Folder 1

Typescripts for Papers of Duncan Black book and copies of original papers, 1992 [4 of 4]

Box 136   Folder 2

Duncan Black and Vernon Henderson paper in American Economic Review, 1999

Box 136   Folder 3

Copies of notes in University of Wales degree exams and copies of unidentified notes discussing Ronald Coase and firms from University of Glasgow Archives, likely by Duncan Black, undated

Box 136   Folder 4

Miscellaneous notes and writings by Duncan Black, including some copies, undated

Subseries 6: Newspaper and magazine articles

Box 136   Folder 5

Business Week and Wall Street Journal clippings; clippings from miscellaneous publications, 1975-2012

Box 136   Folder 6

China articles, including interviews with Premier Wen Jiabao, and miscellaneous documents, 1978, 2007-2011

Box 136   Folder 7

Economist articles, 1997-2005

Box 136   Folder 8

Emissions trading articles, 1992-2003

Box 136   Folder 9

Neuroeconomics articles, 1999-2005, undated

Box 136   Folder 10

New York Times articles on science, technology, and economics, 2002-2013, undated

Box 136   Folder 11

Reviews of Why Genius Failed and Inventing Money, books on hedge fund and market failures, 2000

Box 136   Folder 12

“Ronald Reagan, revolutionary,” editorial in Chicago Tribune, June 6, 2004

Box 137    Folder 1

Spectrum auction articles, 1993-2008

Box 137    Folder 2

Spies articles, 1978-2004, undated

Box 137    Folder 3

Steven N.S. Cheung tax case articles and statement of support from colleagues, 2003-2006

Box 137    Folder 4

Supreme Court Quills articles, 1986-1987

Subseries 7: Journal articles

Box 137   Folder 5

Abraham-Altrogge, 1957-1999

Box 137   Folder 6

Ambler-Argyres, 1983-1998

Box 137   Folder 7

Arrow-Avinger, 1959-1999

Box 137   Folder 8

Barzel, Yoram, 1982-1990

Box 137   Folder 9

Barzel, Yoram, 1994-2001

Box 138   Folder 1

Backhouse-Beesley , 1958-2001

Box 138   Folder 2

Becker, Gary, 1976-2002, undated

Box 138   Folder 3

Benham-Blaug, 1980-2000

Box 138   Folder 4

Blinder-Boerner, 1999-2010, undated

Box 138   Folder 5

Boettke-Breimyer, 1939-2003

Box 138   Folder 6

Boiteux, Marcel, 1952

Box 138   Folder 7

Brady, Gordon – drafts of chapters of intellectual biography of Duncan Black, 2003

Box 139   Folder 1

Breit-Brousseau, 1986-2002

Box 139   Folder 2

Buccino-Butler, 1960-2004

Box 139   Folder 3

Buchanan, James, 1956-2005

Box 139   Folder 4

Caballero, Ricardo J., 1996-2000

Box 139   Folder 5

Calabresi, Guido, 1961-2000

Box 139   Folder 6

Camacho-Carter, 1950-2003

Box 139   Folder 7

Casadesus Masanell-Casson, 1984-2002

Box 140   Folder 1

Cavanaugh-Chemla, 1983-2000

Box 140   Folder 2

Chen-Choy, 1992-2007

Box 140   Folder 3

Cheung, Steven N.S., articles numbered 1-9, 1968-1998

Box 140   Folder 4

Cheung, Steven N.S., articles numbered 10-16, 1972-1990

Box 140   Folder 5

Cheung, Steven N.S., articles numbered 17-25, 35-36, 1996-1998

Box 140   Folder 6

Cheung, Steven N.S., National Science Foundation proposal and preliminary report – “Contractual Arrangements and the Capturability of Returns to Innovation,” 1976-1977

Box 141   Folder 1

Cheung, Steven N.S., 1968-1983

Box 141   Folder 2

Cheung, Steven N.S., 1990-1998

Box 141   Folder 3

Clark-Conner, 1983-1999

Box 141   Folder 4

Condorcet – “The Political Theory of Condorcet,” translation by Fiona Sommerlad and Iain McLean, 1989

Box 141   Folder 5

Cook-Crocker, 1961-2004

Box 141   Folder 6

Dagian Pastore-Davies, 1979-2004

Box 142   Folder 1

De Alessi-Director, 1931-1990

Box 142   Folder 2

Demsetz, Harold, 1968-1972, undated

Box 142   Folder 3

Demsetz, Harold, 1981-1988

Box 142   Folder 4

Demsetz, Harold, 1995-2003

Box 142   Folder 5

Djankov-Dow, 1948-2002

Box 142   Folder 6

Dudey-Dyer, 1994-1997

Box 142   Folder 7

Eastham-Ezekiel, 1938-2002

Box 143   Folder 1

Epstein, Richard, 1987-2002

Box 143   Folder 2

Fama-Fan, 1980-1995

Box 143   Folder 3

Farber-Flannigan, 1973-2001

Box 143   Folder 4

Fleisher-Fourie, 1929-2010

Box 143   Folder 5

Fowler-Freedman, 1934-2003

Box 143   Folder 6

Freeland, Robert F., 2000s

Box 143   Folder 7

Frey-Fuess, 1982-2001

Box 144   Folder 1

Gangadnaran-Gillette, 1981-2001

Box 144   Folder 2

Glaeser-Gordon, 1937-2002

Box 144   Folder 3

Gould-Gulati, 1979-2008

Box 144   Folder 4

Haddad-Hall, 1971-2003

Box 144   Folder 5

Hamburger-Harrison, 1960-2011

Box 144   Folder 6

Hart-Hayek, 1955-2001

Box 145   Folder 1

Heady-Hirshleifer, 1954-1998

Box 145   Folder 2

Helper, Susan, 1987-2001, undated

Box 145   Folder 3

Hobbs-Holmes, 1954-2009

Box 145   Folder 4

Hong-Itoh, 1974-2012

Box 145   Folder 5

James-John, 1887-2000

Box 145   Folder 6

Johnson-Joshi, 1983-2003, undated

Box 146   Folder 1

Joskow, Paul, 1985-2003

Box 146   Folder 2

Kantor-Kaplan, 1989-2005

Box 146   Folder 3

Kaplow-Kay, 1973-2002

Box 146   Folder 4

Kenney-Kitcher, 1968-2002

Box 146   Folder 5

Klaes-Knorringa, 1922-2000

Box 146   Folder 6

Klein, Benjamin, 1978-1983 [see also GM-Fisher Body subseries of Research series]

Box 147   Folder 1

Klein, Benjamin, 1984-1988

Box 147   Folder 2

Klein, Benjamin, 1992-1998

Box 147   Folder 3

Klein, Benjamin, 1999-2004

Box 147   Folder 4

Klein, Daniel B., 1993

Box 147   Folder 5

Klein, Daniel B., 2001, undated

Box 147   Folder 6

Kogut-Kurzban, 1972-2005

Box 147   Folder 7

Landa, Janet Tai, 1981-2004

Box 148   Folder 1

Langbein-La Porta, 1987-2013

Box 148   Folder 2

Lavezzi-Leamer, circa 1978-2002

Box 148   Folder 3

Learn-Lin, 1949-2008

Box 148   Folder 4

Levitt, Steven, 1996-2003

Box 148   Folder 5

Lindbeck-Loasby, 1973-2006

Box 148   Folder 6

Long-Lyons, 1984-2009

Box 148   Folder 7

Macaulay-Mahoney, 1962-2001

Box 149   Folder 1

Makowski-Matthews, 1985-2004

Box 149   Folder 2

Masten, Scott, 1984-2000

Box 149   Folder 3

Mayers-McManus, 1979-2005

Box 149   Folder 4

McNulty-Milgrom, circa 1933-2009

Box 149   Folder 5

Millward-Modigliani, 1925-2000

Box 149   Folder 6

Monteverde, Kirk, 1982, 1995

Box 149   Folder 7

Moran-Muris, 1981-2001

Box 150   Folder 1

Murray-Muth, 1961-1999

Box 150   Folder 2

Naschekina-Nicholas, 1952-2005

Box 150   Folder 3

Niehans-Norderhaven, 1975-2002

Box 150   Folder 4

North-Nutter, 1956-2005

Box 150   Folder 5

Ohanian-Ostrum, 1983-2000

Box 150   Folder 6

Pagano-Peck, 1984-2000, undated

Box 150   Folder 7

Pejovich-Pirrong, 1980-2005, undated

Box 151   Folder 1

Peterman, John L., 2004

Box 151   Folder 2

Pittman-Poppo, 1971-2001

Box 151   Folder 3

Plant, Sir Arnold, 1937-1948 [copies]

Box 151   Folder 4

Posin-Powell, 1969-2008

Box 151   Folder 5

Posner, Eric A. 2001-2003

Box 151   Folder 6

Posner, Richard, 1970-1985

Box 151   Folder 7

Posner, Richard, 1987-2006

Box 152   Folder 1

Prabhu-Putterman, 1983-1997

Box 152   Folder 2

Rajan-Ricketts, 1978-2003

Box 152   Folder 3

Rindfleisch-Robinson, 1934-2004

Box 152   Folder 4

Roehl-Rose-Ackerman, 1977-2001

Box 152   Folder 5

Rosen, Sherwin, 1990-1994, undated

Box 152   Folder 6

Rosenberg-Ryerson, 1960-2009

Box 152   Folder 7

Sako-Schmitz, 1960-2001

Box 153   Folder 1

Sandor, Richard, “How I See It” columns in Environmental Finance, 1999-2005

Box 153   Folder 2

Sandor, Richard, chapters and articles, 2003-2011, undated

Box 153   Folder 3

Sandor, Richard, excerpts of drafts of memoir, undated [1 of 4]

Box 153   Folder 4

Sandor, Richard, excerpts of drafts of memoir, undated [2 of 4]

Box 153   Folder 5

Sandor, Richard, excerpts of drafts of memoir, undated [3 of 4]

Box 153   Folder 6

Sandor, Richard, excerpts of drafts of memoir, undated [4 of 4]

Box 153   Folder 7

Saunders, Robert J. and Bjorn Wellenius, Telecommunications – Economics and Policy in the Developing World, chapters 1-3, January 1981

Box 153   Folder 8

Saunders, Robert J. and Bjorn Wellenius, Telecommunications – Economics and Policy in the Developing World, chapters 4-7, January 1981

Box 154   Folder 1

Schultz-Shelanski, 1942-2009

Box 154   Folder 2

Shell-Simon, 1976-1991

Box 154   Folder 3

Sidak, Greg and Daniel Spulber, Deregulatory Takings and Regulatory Contract, typescript, chapters 1-6, 1997

Box 154   Folder 4

Sidak, Greg and Daniel Spulber, Deregulatory Takings and Regulatory Contract, typescript, chapters 7-16, 1997

Box 154   Folder 5

Simunic-Smith, 1975-2001

Box 154   Folder 6

Smith-Solow, 1952-2006

Box 155   Folder 1

Spence-Stewart, 1975-2003

Box 155   Folder 2

Stigler, George, 1950-1988

Box 155   Folder 3

Stiglitz-Stinchcombe, 1975-1997

Box 155   Folder 4

Sturgess-Swedberg, 1987-2005

Box 155   Folder 5

Taussig-Teece, 1921-1987

Box 155   Folder 6

Tesler, Lester G., 1979-2004, undated

Box 155   Folder 7

Tietenberg-Turvey, 1963-2002

Box 156   Folder 1

Ulph-von Hayek, 1948-2002

Box 156   Folder 2

Varian, Hal, 1984-2003

Box 156   Folder 3

Wade-Wallace, 1991-2009

Box 156   Folder 4

Wallis-Wellisz, 1964-2002

Box 156   Folder 5

Wang, Ning, Making a Market Economy - the Institutional Transformation of a Freshwater Fishery in a Chinese Community, typescript, undated [1 of 2]

Box 156   Folder 6

Wang, Ning, Making a Market Economy - the Institutional Transformation of a Freshwater Fishery in a Chinese Community, typescript, undated [2 of 2]

Box 156   Folder 7

Wang, Ning – resume, information on Arizona State University’s School of Global Studies, and syllabus, 2004-2009

Box 156   Folder 8

Whitaker, John, typescripts, undated

Box 157   Folder 1

Wenders-Whyte, 1976-2003, undated

Box 157   Folder 2

Wicker-Working, 1954-2005

Box 157   Folder 3

Williamson, Oliver E., 1967-1991

Box 157   Folder 4

Williamson, Oliver E., 1993

Box 157   Folder 5

Williamson, Oliver E., 2000-2009

Box 157   Folder 6

Xu-Zander, 1986-2009

Box 157   Folder 7

Zeisset-Zhu, circa 1969-2000

Box 157   Folder 8

Ziliak-Zylbersztajn, 1996-2004

Box 158   Folder 1

Cattle and conservation – excerpts of typescripts, undated

Box 158   Folder 2

“The Development of Utility Theory,” excerpt, undated

Box 158   Folder 3

“Economic Analysis – notes of Robbins’ lectures,” copies of notes, undated [copy 1]

Box 158   Folder 4

“Economic Analysis – notes of Robbins’ lectures,” copies of notes, undated [copy 2]

Box 158   Folder 5

“Economic Analysis – notes of Robbins’ lectures,” copies of notes, undated [copy 3]

Box 158   Folder 6

Foreign subsidiaries – untitled typescript, chapters 1-2, undated

Box 158   Folder 7

Foreign subsidiaries – untitled typescript, chapters 3-4, undated

Box 158   Folder 8

“Missing pages for Coase’s lectures,” notes, undated

Box 158   Folder 9

“Non-zoning in Houston – a possible film,” notes, undated

Box 158   Folder 10

Pigou, Arthur Cecil and Maurice Dobb – biographical chapters and articles,1978-2001, undated

Box 158   Folder 11

“The Smithian Economics of the Division of Labor and the Market Process – The Principle,” chapter 4, undated

Box 158   Folder 12

Textbook chapters, not labeled with author, 1990, 1994, 2000

Box 158   Folder 13

“Why Firms Diversify,” and articles in Chinese, undated

Series VII: Audiovisual

Series VII, Audiovisual, contains photographs, negatives, digital media, two VHS cassette tapes, unlabeled moving picture film, and a microfilm reel. The photographs are mostly images from Ronald and Marian Coase’s personal life, particularly their travels in Europe and apartment in the South of France. Some of these images are dated or labeled, likely by Marian Coase. Also included are some images that appear to be of the Coase’s family and friends, although many are unlabeled and undated. Some of the unlabeled photographs appear to date from as early as the late 19th century. The most recent is from 2013. The digital media dates from 2008-2012 and mostly consists of recordings from the 2008 conference on the economic transformation of China organized by Ronald Coase and Ning Wang. Access copies for the videocassettes, film, and digital material are not included. Researchers will need to consult staff before requesting these items.

Box 159   Folder 1

Photographs – reprint of sketch of Frank [Sanderwal?] from 1873

Box 159   Folder 2

Photographs – Marian and Ronald Coase with Marian’s cello, 1945

Box 159   Folder 3

Photographs – Ronald Coase portraits, circa 1945

Box 159   Folder 4

Photographs and negatives – family and travel, including younger and middle aged Ronald Coase, England, and Duncan and Almut Black, circa 1940s-1950s

Box 159   Folder 5

Photograph and drawing – R.H. Tawney?, circa 1950

Box 159   Folder 6

Photographs – Ronald Coase portraits, and related University of Buffalo newsletter, 1951

Box 159   Folder 7

Photograph – Center for Advanced Study Faculty and Staff, including Ronald Coase, 1958

Box 159   Folder 8

Photograph – Ronald Coase portrait, circa 1950s

Box 159   Folder 9

Photographs and negatives– Villa del Este, Italy trip snapshots, including Ronald at Tivoli Fountain and Rome, circa 1950s

Box 159   Folder 10

Photograph – Marian and Ronald at Niagara Falls, circa 1950s

Box 159   Folder 11

Photographs and negatives – Ronald and Marian travel snapshots, including Venice, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 159   Folder 12

Photographs and negatives – Ronald and Marian travel snapshots of Austria, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 159   Folder 13

Photographs and negative – Ronald, Marian, and others, including snow shoveling, unidentified house, and car, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 159   Folder 14

Photographs – family travel snapshots, including Ronald, Marian, and others, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 159   Folder 15

Photographs – family and travel snapshots, 1960-1969, undated

Box 159   Folder 16

Photograph – Ronald and Marian, April 1963

Box 159   Folder 17

Photograph – older couple at Cenarth Falls, September 1966

Box 159   Folder 18

Photographs and negative – Marian Coase passport, 1967, 1977, 1987, undated

Box 159   Folder 19

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, August 1968; two women, possibly family, undated

Box 159   Folder 20

Photographs – unidentified group, possibly family, August 1971

Box 159   Folder 21

Photographs – Ronald and Marian at Hillsdale College dinner honoring F.A. Hayek, 1975

Box 159   Folder 22

Photographs and related notes – Ronald Coase at University of Chicago Law School, 1976, 1981-1983

Box 159   Folder 23

Photographs – Ronald Coase portraits, 1978

Box 159   Folder 24

Photographs – Ronald and Marian at apartment in France, 1982

Box 159   Folder 25

Photographs – travel, Marian Coase and friend, 1982

Box 159   Folder 26

Photographs, negatives, and note – apartment in France and travel with friends, circa 1984

Box 159   Folder 27

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, travel with Alexandra and Lee Benham, 1986

Box 159   Folder 28

Photographs – Ronald Coase at University of Chicago Law School, circa 1987-1988

Box 159   Folder 29

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, travel and with friends, 1988

Box 159   Folder 30

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, travel, apartment in France, with Alexandra and Lee Benham, 1989 November

Box 159   Folder 31

Photographs and note – Ronald Coase and Lee Benham at State Department dinner, unidentified man, 1989; note from Alexandra Benham, February 26, 1990

Box 159   Folder 32

Photographs – Nobel Prize ceremony, 1991

Box 159   Folder 33

Photographs – Nobel Prize ceremony, 1991

Box 159   Folder 34

Photographs from Ambassador Robert McCormack at British Embassy Stockholm – group, including Ronald Coase, 1991

Box 159   Folder 35

Photographs – Nobel Prize portraits of Ronald Coase and unidentified other man, circa 1991

Box 159   Folder 36

Photograph – Ronald and Marian, with note on back reading “the Nobel couple!” circa 1991

Box 160   Folder 1

Photographs, negatives, and note – Ronald and Marian travel, including Tunisia before and after Nobel Prize announcements, 1991

Box 160   Folder 2

Photographs and note – apartment in France, 1991

Box 160   Folder 3

Photographs – Ronald and Marian travel, 1991; receipt, 1995

Box 160   Folder 4

Photographs, negatives, and notes – Ronald and Marian in apartment in France, looking at Nobel Prize and Tunisia souvenirs, 1992 [1 of 2]

Box 160   Folder 5

Photographs, negatives, and notes – Ronald and Marian in apartment in France, looking at Nobel Prize and Tunisia souvenirs, 1992 [2 of 2]

Box 160   Folder 6

Photographs – Ronald Coase with Dennis Brennen, Eric Brodin, Myra Valis Lint, and others, April 1992

Box 160   Folder 7

Photographs and note from Linda – Cote d’Azur, 1992

Box 160   Folder 8

Photographs – Ronald Coase at dinner with Steven Cheung and others, 1993

Box 160   Folder 9

Photographs – Ronald Coase and Janet Landa, 1993

Box 160   Folder 10

Photograph – Ronald Coase with H. and M. Mohrman, 1994

Box 160   Folder 11

Negatives and note – apartment in France

Box 160   Folder 12

Photographs and negatives – Ronald and Marian travel, 1994

Box 160   Folder 13

Photographs – Ronald and Marian with Alexandra and Lee Benham, 1994

Box 160   Folder 14

Photographs – Ronald and Marian with Margaret Thatcher, President of the University of Buckingham, and others, on occasion of Ronald receiving an honorary doctorate from the University of Buckingham, October 1995

Box 160   Folder 15

Photographs and negatives – Ronald and Marian – Christmas season in France; summer and Christmas in Chicago; Spaghetti House in London, 1995-1996

Box 160   Folder 16

Photographs and notes – Ronald Coase and President of Chile Eduardo Frei, 1997

Box 160   Folder 17

Photograph – Ronald and Marian with unidentified group in Chicago, January 1998

Box 160   Folder 18

Photograph – group, possibly students, and Alexandra and Lee Benham, 1999

Box 160   Folder 19

Card – Ronald Coase card from University of Michigan at Flint Economics Club, circa 1990s

Box 160   Folder 20

Photograph – Ronald Coase portrait, circa 1990s

Box 160   Folder 21

Photographs – labeled “Richard D. Bodig” – Ronald and Marian with friends, circa 1990s

Box 160   Folder 22

Photographs – Ronald Coase and Lennon Choy; hotel; Ronald, Marian and unidentified man, possibly F. Guerra, circa 2005-2006

Box 160   Folder 23

Photograph – Ronald Coase and F. Guerra, March 21, 2006

Box 160   Folder 24

Photographs and note – Ronald Coase and Ning Wang, 2006

Box 160   Folder 25

Photograph – participants at Chinese conference, circa 2009

Box 160   Folder 26

Photographs – Ronald and Marian Coase with Ning Wang and unidentified woman, 2009

Box 160   Folder 27

Photograph – signed by Ronald Coase to Jason McClary, circa 2000s

Box 160   Folder 28

Photographs – Steven Cheung, Linda Su, and Alexandra and Lee Benham, circa 2000s

Box 161   Folder 1

Photographs – Ronald Coase passport, 2013, undated

Box 161   Folder 2

Photographs – soccer team at England-France match from around late 19th century, undated

Box 161   Folder 3

Photographs – unidentified young girls – possibly Marian Coase family photographs from late 19th or early 20th century, undated

Box 161   Folder 4

Photographs – Marian Coase as a young woman, countryside, undated

Box 161   Folder 5

Photograph – portrait of Ronald Coase as a young man, signed “with fondest love,” undated

Box 161   Folder 6

Photograph – portrait of Ronald Coase as a young man, undated

Box 161   Folder 7

Photographs – portraits of Ronald and Marian Coase, young to middle aged, one signed “to my darling Ronald, Marian,” undated

Box 161   Folder 8

Photographs – portraits and snapshots of Ronald Coase, middle aged, undated

Box 161   Folder 9

Photograph and letter – Ronald Coase at Atlantic Economic Society conference before 1981, middle aged, undated

Box 161   Folder 10

Photograph – Ronald Coase at University of Chicago event (possibly Round Table), with three others, middle aged, undated

Box 161   Folder 11

Photograph – Ronald Coase in library with three others, middle aged, undated

Box 161   Folder 12

Photograph – Ronald Coase, middle aged, undated

Box 161   Folder 13

Photographs – portraits of Ronald Coase, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 14

Photographs – portraits of Ronald Coase, in conversation with unidentified man, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 15

Photographs – portraits of Ronald Coase, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 16

Negatives – portraits of Ronald Coase, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 17

Photograph – Ronald Coase, older years, with unidentified group, undated

Box 161   Folder 18

Photograph – Ronald Coase, older years, and unidentified man, undated

Box 161   Folder 19

Photograph – Ronald Coase, older years, with unidentified men, undated

Box 161   Folder 20

Photographs – Ronald Coase, older years, with unidentified men, undated

Box 161   Folder 21

Photograph – Ronald Coase, older years, having discussion, undated

Box 161   Folder 22

Photograph – Ronald Coase, older years, at conference, undated

Box 161   Folder 23

Photograph – Ronald Coase, older years, giving speech, undated

Box 161   Folder 24

Photograph – Ronald Coase, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 25

Photographs – Ronald Coase, older years, in apartment in France, undated

Box 161   Folder 26

Photographs and negatives – Ronald Coase, older years, in apartment in France, undated

Box 161   Folder 27

Photographs – Ronald and Marian in apartment in France and visit with Alexandra and Lee Benham, older years, undated [1 of 2]

Box 161   Folder 28

Photographs – Ronald and Marian in apartment in France and visit with Alexandra and Lee Benham, older years, undated [2 of 2]

Box 161   Folder 29

Photographs – Ronald and Marian travelling with Alexandra and Lee Benham, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 30

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, apartment in France and travel, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 31

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, on balcony of apartment in France, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 32

Photographs – Ronald and Marian at restaurant, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 33

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, apartment in France, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 34

Photographs – Ronald and Marian with Almut and Duncan Black, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 35

Photographs – Ronald and Marian with friends, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 36

Photographs – Ronald and Marian travel and visit with friend, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 37

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 38

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, with guest, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 39

Photographs – travel, undated

Box 161   Folder 40

Photographs – Ronald and Marian, travel, possibly Rome, older years, undated

Box 161   Folder 41

Photographs – Ronald and Marian with Choy family, undated

Box 161   Folder 42

Photographs and postcards – unlabeled, likely family, including travel, undated

Box 161   Folder 43

Photographs and postcard – older, black and white images of people, undated

Box 161   Folder 44

Photographs - lamp, pottery, and furniture, undated

Box 161   Folder 45

Photograph – unidentified group, possibly wedding, undated [“Marcia Dam” on back]

Box 161   Folder 46

Photograph – unidentified man, undated

Box 161   Folder 47

Handwritten captions, appear to be for a conference, no corresponding photographs, circa 2000s

Box 162   Folder 1

Tunisia photo album, 1991

Box 162   Folder 2

VHS cassette tape – “Ronald Coase wins Nobel Prize” news coverage, October 15, 1991

Box 162   Folder 3

VHS cassette tape – “Nobel Prize Winners,” CNN In the Game, May 15, 1996

Box 163

Microfilm – “Music publishers NEA code hrgs” handwritten on carton, undated

Box 163

16mm film cartridge – stamped “develop before June 1950,” unexposed footage dial at 10, otherwise unlabeled and undated

Box 163

16mm film cartridge – stamped “process before August 1958,” unexposed footage dial at 50, otherwise unlabeled and undated

Box 163

Empty box for 16mm film cartridge

Box 164

16mm film – 11 unopened cartridges

Box DIGITAL MEDIA

152 CDs – recordings in Chinese and English from Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation, 2008

Box DIGITAL MEDIA

CD – The Ronald Coase Institute, 2009

Box DIGITAL MEDIA

CD – Remarks by Professor Ronald Coase, 2009

Box DIGITAL MEDIA

CD – Ronald Coase and Ning Wang discuss How China Became Capitalist, 2012

Series VIII: Oversize

This series contains material too large to fit in legal-size folders. It is first arranged according to size and then according to the series to which it corresponds. It mostly corresponds to the Research series, particularly to the topics of broadcasting and Alfred Marshall, although most of the other series are represented as well. It includes pages from newspapers, clippings, posters, and other material collected as part of Ronald Coase’s broadcasting research; copies of documents from the Queensland State Archives in Brisbane, Australia collected for the Alfred Marshall research project; and maps and diagrams for public utilities and water research. In addition to the research material, the oversize items include diplomas, personal clippings and publications, a few pieces of Ronald Coase’s writing, and writings by others. The material ranges in date from 1924-2012 and includes a significant number of copies of 19th century documents.

Box 165   Folder 1

Personal – University of London diploma, 1924

Box 165   Folder 2

Personal – clippings, travel, 1955-1961 [1 of 2]

Box 165   Folder 3

Personal – clippings, travel, 1955-1961 [2 of 2]

Box 165   Folder 4

Personal – invitations to apply for United States citizenship, circa 1959-1960

Box 165   Folder 5

Personal – clipping, “Talking About Science,” 1962; miscellaneous notes, undated

Box 165   Folder 6

Personal – clippings on art, travel and antiques, 1962-1971, undated [1 of 2]

Box 165   Folder 7

Personal – clippings on art, travel and antiques, 1962-1971, undated [2 of 2]

Box 165   Folder 8

Personal – Marshall Field’s Christmas catalog, undated

Box 165   Folder 9

Research, broadcasting – AF 20.10 “Will Pay TV Ruin Sports,” by John M. Ross, May 18, 1958

Box 165   Folder 10

Research, broadcasting – AF 51.1 “Now That We Have a Code,” poster 1948; AF 51.1-5 “A Statement of Mutual’s Position on Audience Buying” and “Giveaway” programs, 1948; AF 52.1 “Television Today and Tomorrow,” article, 1956; AF 52.1-1 “The Changing Methods of Conducting our Business,” NARDA news article, 1956; AF 52.4-3 “The Truth about radio,” AC Nielsen pamphlet, undated

Box 165   Folder 11

Research, broadcasting – BF 41-20 “London Calling – BBC Overseas Programmes for the Western Hemisphere,” June 1957

Box 165   Folder 12

Research, broadcasting – “The Debate on the Renewal of the Charter,” notes, circa 1945-1946 [BBC controversy]

Box 165   Folder 13

Research, broadcasting – “The Debate on the Renewal of the Charter,” clippings, circa 1945-1946 [BBC controversy]

Box 165   Folder 14

Research, broadcasting – articles on sampling, advertising, and pay TV, 1960, 1964, 1975

Box 165   Folder 15

Research, broadcasting – clippings on theater and television, Barron’s Index, 1961, undated

Box 165   Folder 16

Research, broadcasting – The Listener magazine, May 1962

Box 165   Folder 17

Research, broadcasting – pages from The Spectator, The Listener, and The New Statesmen, most related to broadcasting, 1964

Box 165   Folder 18

Research, broadcasting – “Special report on educational television,” reprint from Television magazine, 1964

Box 165   Folder 19

Research, broadcasting – issue of The Listener with article on British broadcasting, August 3, 1978

Box 165   Folder 20

Research, broadcasting – Comments of the International Telemeter Corporation to the FCC, undated

Box 165   Folder 21

Research, Alfred Marshall – Henry Marshall genealogical information, 1989

Box 165   Folder 22

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of Thornton Marshall marriage and Baptism registers from 1851-1853 and will from circa 1861, undated

Box 165   Folder 23

Research, Nobel Prize winners – “So you want to win a Nobel Prize,” article, 1995

Box 166   Folder 1

Personal – Nobel Prize certificate, 1991

Box 166   Folder 2

Personal – Park Astor Condominium Owner’s Association Plans and Guidelines, 1971

Box 166   Folder 3

Audiovisual, photographs – Broadway Hotel, undated

Box 167   Folder 1

Personal – Ronald Coase diploma, University of London General School Examination, 1929

Box 167   Folder 2

Personal – clippings and ephemera on Rembrandt’s Portrait of Margaretha Trip, 1942-1971

Box 167   Folder 3

Personal – articles on art, 1950, 1968

Box 167   Folder 4

Personal – home improvement clippings, 1957-1962 [1 of 2]

Box 167   Folder 5

Personal – home improvement clippings, 1957-1962 [2 of 2]

Box 167   Folder 6

Personal – Variety magazine, March 16, 1960

Box 167   Folder 7

Personal – New York Times travel clippings, 1960-1972

Box 167   Folder 8

Personal – men’s and women’s fashion clippings, 1963

Box 167   Folder 9

Personal – Berkshire Week newspaper, September 1969

Box 167   Folder 10

Personal – Honorary degrees from German universities, 1988

Box 167   Folder 11

Personal – University of Chicago Nobel Prize cartoon, 1993

Box 167   Folder 12

Personal – Le Monde newspaper, April 11, 1995

Box 167   Folder 13

Personal – Economist magazine cover with Ronald Coase, September 23, 2003

Box 167   Folder 14

Personal – “I Was There, 1941-1945,” blank scrapbook, and menu from Mrs. Campbell’s Coffee House, undated

Box 167   Folder 15

Writings – “The Nature of the Firm,” uncorrected proof, 1937

Box 167   Folder 16

Writings – “British Television Policy – Questions of Control and Finance” and “Report on the BBC,” clippings of articles, 1950-1951

Box 167   Folder 17

Writings –“The BBC Monopoly,” and “Report on the BBC,” copies of articles, 1950-1951

Box 167   Folder 18

Writings – Interview with Ronald Coase in Wall Street Journal, copy of article, 2000

Box 168   Folder 1

Research, public utilities – The News, Mexico’s English language newspaper, July 17, 1957

Box 168   Folder 2

Research, broadcasting – The Electricity Council cost charts, 1961

Box 168   Folder 3

Research, broadcasting – map of relay exchanges in Great Britain, 1947

Box 168   Folder 4

Research, broadcasting – news clippings from British newspapers on the BBC, 1950, 1972

Box 168   Folder 5

Research, broadcasting – news clippings, 1957-1975

Box 168   Folder 6

Research, broadcasting – news clippings, 1969

Box 168   Folder 7

Research, broadcasting – Association of Broadcasting staff newspapers, May-December 1970

Box 168   Folder 8

Research, broadcasting – Association of Broadcasting staff newspapers, January-September 1971

Box 168   Folder 9

Research, broadcasting – “Annan’s shake-up for BBC and ITV – in full,” clipping of article, March 20, 1977

Box 168   Folder 10

Research, post office – copies of Rowland Hill’s “Post Office Journal” from September 1839-January 1841, undated

Box 168   Folder 11

Research, post office – copies of Rowland Hill’s “Post Office Journal” from January 1841-February 1842, undated

Box 168   Folder 12

Research, post office – copies of Rowland Hill’s “Post Office Journal” from February 1842-March 1843, undated

Box 169   Folder 1

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of handwritten Alfred Marshall lecture notes by Sir Arthur Lyon Bowley from 1891, undated; letter from British Library of Political and Economic Science regarding Marshall’s publications, December 17, 1964

Box 169   Folder 2

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of handwritten Alfred Marshall lecture notes by Sir Arthur Lyon Bowley from 1891, undated; note, undated

Box 169   Folder 3

Research, Alfred Marshall – transcriptions and copies of Alfred Marshall correspondence, mostly with Foxwell and Keynes, from 1891-1908, including discussion of Piguou’s appointment, undated

Box 169   Folder 4

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of C.H. Marshall receipts from 1867-1873, undated

Box 169   Folder 5

Research, Alfred Marshall – copy of census document, undated

Box 169   Folder 6

Research, Alfred Marshall – clippings from Australian newspapers sent with Marshall research correspondence, 1980

Box 169   Folder 7

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century correspondence between and Mr. Slade and [Mrs. Knighton?], from Queensland State Library, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [1 of 2]

Box 169   Folder 8

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century correspondence between and Mr. Slade and [Mrs. Knighton?], from Queensland State Library, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [2 of 2]

Box 170   Folder 1

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (crop and livestock records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 170   Folder 2

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (land and financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 170   Folder 3

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 170   Folder 4

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 170   Folder 5

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [1 of 2]

Box 170   Folder 6

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [2 of 2]

Box 170   Folder 7

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 171    Folder 1

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (bulletins, newspapers, and financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [1 of 4]

Box 171    Folder 2

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th documents (livestock information) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [2 of 4]

Box 171    Folder 3

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of early 20th century documents (electoral lists) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [3 of 4]

Box 171    Folder 4

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of early 20th century documents (newspapers) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [4 of 4]

Box 171    Folder 5

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [1 of 2]

Box 171    Folder 6

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977 [2 of 2]

Box 172   Folder 1

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (financial records, crop and livestock information) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 172   Folder 2

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th documents (financial records, map of land) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 172   Folder 3

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of late 19th-early 20th century documents (land and financial records, notes) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 172   Folder 4

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of early 20th century documents (financial records) from State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1977

Box 172   Folder 5

Research, Alfred Marshall – transcription of excerpts from diary of Reverend Benjamin Glennie, from circa 1830, undated

Box 172   Folder 6

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of receipts, account records, livestock information, and other financial records for W.B. Slade from 1872-1880, undated

Box 172   Folder 7

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of receipts, account records, livestock information, and other financial records, most for W.B. Slade from 1881-1891, undated

Box 172   Folder 8

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of receipts, account records, livestock information, and other financial records, most for W.B. Slade from 1904-1909 and 1916, undated

Box 172   Folder 9

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of pages from Warwick Daily News from 1935-1939, undated

Box 172   Folder 10

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of Warwick Municipality bills and receipts, possibly for property taxes, from 1873-1879, undated

Box 172   Folder 11

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of Warwick Municipality bills and receipts, possibly for property taxes, from 1880-1898, undated

Box 172   Folder 12

Research, Alfred Marshall – Wolfston, Patricia correspondence and copies of documents regarding Alfred Marshall’s family, 1982-1992

Box 173   Folder 1

Research, lighthouses – copies of documents from 1842 and 1982, undated

Box 173   Folder 2

Research, Nobel Prize – copies of news articles, mostly from Wall Street Journal, 1974-1993

Box 173   Folder 3

Research, Nobel Prize – New York Times article on Nobel Prize and University of Chicago, 1995

Box 173   Folder 4

Writings by others – The Fourth Estate and Chicago Chronicle newsletters with articles on Ronald Coase, 1987, 1993

Box 173   Folder 5

Writings by others – news articles on Ronald Coase, 1991-1996

Box 173   Folder 6

Writings by others – University of Chicago Law School and New York Times articles on Ronald Coase, 1991, 2000

Box 173   Folder 7

Writings by others – tribute book from Markets, Firms, and Property Rights conference, 2009

Box 173   Folder 8

Writings by others – article in Chinese on Ronald Coase, 2012

Box 173   Folder 9

Writings by others – “Environmental effects of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide,” article, and note from Lennon Choy, 2007, undated

Box 174   Folder 1

Personal – Marian Hartung (Coase) diplomas, 1925-1934

Box 174   Folder 2

Personal – Ronald Coase University of London diploma, 1932

Box 174   Folder 3

Personal – Le Figaro newspaper, April 11, 1995

Box 174   Folder 4

Research, public utilities – “The National and Area Organization of Electricity Supply,” report by Sir Henry Self, 1948

Box 174   Folder 5

Research, broadcasting – pages from The Guardian and The Observer, some with articles related to broadcasting, 1962-1964

Box 174   Folder 6

Research, broadcasting – pages from The Guardian, February-April 1964

Box 174   Folder 7

Research, broadcasting – pages from The Guardian, May 1964

Box 174   Folder 8

Research, broadcasting – pages from The New York Times, Sunday Times, and Wall Street Journal, most with articles related to broadcasting, 1964

Box 174   Folder 9

Research, post office – copies of pages from editions 1-3 of “Post Office Reform,” by Rowland Hill, from 1837, undated

Box 174   Folder 10

Research, post office – copies of pages of editions 1-3 of “Post Office Reform,” by Rowland Hill, from 1837; notes on stylistic differences by S. Gray Hanner, 1979

Box 175   Folder 1

Research, Alfred Marshall – pedigree of Hawtrey family, undated

Box 175   Folder 2

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of miscellaneous Charles Henry Marshall correspondence from 1864-1874, undated

Box 175   Folder 3

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1873, undated

Box 175   Folder 4

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1875, undated

Box 175   Folder 5

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1877, undated

Box 175   Folder 6

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1878, undated

Box 175   Folder 7

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1879, undated

Box 175   Folder 8

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1880-1883, undated

Box 175   Folder 9

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1884-1886, undated

Box 175   Folder 10

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade and Marshall and Slade correspondence from 1895-1897, undated

Box 175   Folder 11

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1900, 1903-1904, undated

Box 175   Folder 12

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence, date illegible or undated

Box 175   Folder 13

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of correspondence, names illegible, from 1876-1939, undated

Box 176   Folder 1

Personal – clippings, including dance, death of Ronald Reagan, and financial issues, 1974-2004

Box 176   Folder 2

Personal – French language newspapers, 1976-1991

Box 176   Folder 3

Research, broadcasting – AF 58.2-12 – Boston Herald article on public service programming conference, 1957

Box 176   Folder 4

Research, broadcasting – AF 59-13 – Zenith Radio Corporation poster – “They’re all scared to death of you, the public,” undated; AF 59-18 “A letter from the former President – Mr. Truman backs test for pay TV,” 1958; AF 62-2 Radio in the schools of Ohio – summary chart, undated; AF 66 poster – “How an educational FM Network might be developed to serve the schools of the state of Maryland,” 1940

Box 176   Folder 5

Research, broadcasting – news clippings, 1945, 1964

Box 176   Folder 6

Research, broadcasting – pages from New York Times, including article “Text of Testimony by President of NBC at the house hearing on quiz shows,” November 6, 1959

Box 176   Folder 7

Research, broadcasting – “U.K. commercial TV nationalization urged,” article in New York Herald Tribune, June 28, 1962

Box 176   Folder 8

Research, broadcasting – newspaper pages, mostly from New York Times with a story related to broadcasting, 1964 [1 of 5]

Box 176   Folder 9

Research, broadcasting – newspaper pages, mostly from New York Times with a story related to broadcasting, 1964 [2 of 5]

Box 176   Folder 10

Research, broadcasting – newspaper pages, mostly from New York Times with a story related to broadcasting, 1964 [3 of 5]

Box 176   Folder 11

Research, broadcasting – newspaper pages, mostly from New York Times with a story related to broadcasting, 1964 [4 of 5]

Box 176   Folder 12

Research, broadcasting – newspaper pages, mostly from New York Times with a story related to broadcasting, 1964 [5 of 5]

Box 176   Folder 13

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of letters from C.H. Marshall to W.B. Slade from February-July 1873, undated

Box 176   Folder 14

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of letters from C.H. Marshall to W.B. Slade from August-December 1873, undated

Box 177   Folder 1

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of letters from C.H. Marshall to W.B. Slade from January-April 1874, undated

Box 177   Folder 2

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of letters from C.H. Marshall to W.B. Slade from May-August 1874, undated

Box 177   Folder 3

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of letters from C.H. Marshall to W.B. Slade, from August and December 1874, undated

Box 177   Folder 4

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1874, undated

Box 177   Folder 5

Research, Alfred Marshall – copies of W.B. Slade correspondence from 1876, undated

Box 177   Folder 6

Research, Nobel Prize – news articles on Nobel Prize and winners, 1993-2002

Box 177   Folder 7

Writings by others – newspaper articles on Ronald Coase lectures, 1951-1956

Box 177   Folder 8

Writings by others – page from Chicago Tribune with article quoting Ronald Coase on bidding for radio frequencies, January 11, 1960

Box 177   Folder 9

Writings by others – clippings on University of Virginia economics department controversy, including Ronald Coase’s departure, 1968

Box 177   Folder 10

Writings by others – news articles on or mentioning Ronald Coase, 1975-1992

Box 177   Folder 11

Writings by others – news articles on Ronald Coase and Nobel Prize, 1991-1993

Box 177   Folder 12

Writings by others – Washington Post article mentioning Ronald Coase, December 14, 2003

Box 177   Folder 13

Writings by others – poster for “Civilization and Freedom: International Essay Award,” 1986

Box 177   Folder 14

Writings by others – New York Times review of book on John Maynard Keynes by Robert Skidesky, 2009

Box 177   Folder 15

Writings by others – news clippings, including on China and economic and financial issues, 2008-2012

Box OVRZ FOLDER 1

National Museum of Carthage posters, undated

Box OVRZ FOLDER 2

Architectural drawings of London, undated [likely related to public utilities research]

Box OVRZ FOLDER 3

Independent Television Authority diagram of vision, music, and control circuits

Series IX: Artifacts

This series contains physical artifacts, mostly from Ronald Coase’s personal life. The first box in the series includes his Nobel Prize. The material ranges in date from 1807-2012.

Box 178

The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, awarded to Ronald Coase, 1991

Box 178

Gold coin, US 10 dollar, 1901

Box 179

Envelope 1: Marian R. Hartung high school graduation ribbon, 1926

Box 179

Envelope 2: National Gallery Rembrandt slides, undated

Box 179

Envelope 3: Nobel Prize tie clips, undated

Box 180

Christmas stamps in Lucky Strike box, undated

Box 180

Postcards and notebooks, undated

Box 180

Recipe notepad, undated

Box 180

University of Chicago Graduate School of Business ruler, undated

Box 180

Middlesex County Bowling Association medal for H. Coase, 1935

Box 180

Wooden plaque – “First B – Italian Holiday, Ronald and Marion Coase, Amateur Cinem Club, Buffalo, N.Y.,” 1956

Box 180

Photograph album – University of Buffalo Honorary degree ceremony, 2012

Box 181

Wooden box reading “Santa Barbara Mission, founded 1768”

Box 182

Silver tea set, undated

Box 183

Stones in jars, in box labeled “Bodega Bay stones,” undated

Box 184

Honorary Doctor of Humanities degree for Ronald Coase, from Clemson University, 2003

Box 184

Ruler, reading “Metropolitan Business College – Chicago, Joliet, Elgin, Aurora,” undated

Box 184

Red tube with Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws for Ronald Coase, from the University of Dundee, 1993

Box 184

Green velvet box with stamp and épitoge from Université Paris Panthéon Sorbonne, undated

Box 185

Silver platter from Clemson University, 2003

Series X: Restricted

This series contains material to which access is restricted. Subseries 1 contains financial, legal, and personnel information, from both Ronald Coase’s personal life and the University of Chicago. This material is restricted for 50 years from the date of the record’s creation. The series will be fully open in 2061. Subseries 2 contains letters of recommendations for colleagues and is restricted for 50 years from the date of the record’s creation. The series will be fully open in 2050. Subseries 3 contains student information, mostly letters of recommendation, restricted for 80 years from the record’s date of creation. The series will be fully open in 2090.

Subseries 1: Financial, legal, and personnel

Box 186   Folder 1

Account transfer, 2007

Box 186   Folder 2

Air France statements, 1996

Box 186   Folder 3

Anatomical gift forms, 2003

Box 186   Folder 4

Astor Street condominium purchase and renovations, including receipts, correspondence, bill of sale, and closing statement, 1972-1977

Box 186   Folder 5

Cheung, Steven N.S. correspondence regarding tax situation, 2004

Box 186   Folder 6

Coase Foundation donations to Coase Institute – acknowledgement letters from Mary Shirley and Alexandra Benham, 2004-2010

Box 186   Folder 7

Department of Treasury purchase order for professional non-personnel services, 1973

Box 186   Folder 8

Donation acknowledgements, 2004-2010

Box 186   Folder 9

Expenses, 1991

Box 186   Folder 10

French apartment purchase documents, 1973

Box 186   Folder 11

Hallmark apartment receipts and invoices, 2005-2011

Box 186   Folder 12

Hallway decorating dispute at Park Astor Condominium – court records and related documents, 1990

Box 186   Folder 13

Invoices, bills, orders, and receipts for travel, journal subscriptions, Nobel ceremony photographs, telephone service, and legal services, 1971-2011

Box 186   Folder 14

Littlechild, S.C. – supporting statement draft, October 1999

Box 186   Folder 15

Research proposal by the University of Chicago Law School to the National Science Foundation for a study of abandoned buildings in Chicago, 1971

Box 186   Folder 16

Sykuta, Michael – grant proposal and related correspondence, 2000

Box 186   Folder 17

University of Buckingham financial contributions acknowledgement letters, 2006-2007

Box 186   Folder 18

University of Chicago – Ronald Coase correspondence with Phil C. Neal, Norval Morris, and Gerhard Casper regarding his appointment, terms of employment, and salary, 1968-1980

Box 186   Folder 19

University of Chicago employment termination forms, 1979, 1985

Box 186   Folder 20

University of Chicago Law and Economics program General Electric Grant – correspondence and statements, 1970-1975

Box 186   Folder 21

University of Chicago Law School Appointments Committee correspondence, 1973-1977; note from Ronald Coase, 2006

Box 186   Folder 22

University of Chicago Office of Comptroller budget correspondence, 1992-1995

Box 186   Folder 23

University of Chicago Press contracts for Essays in Applied Price Theory by Reuben A. Kessel, 1979

Box 186   Folder 24

University of Chicago Press royalty and advance agreements, 2002-2009

Box 186   Folder 25

University of Chicago Press and Law School interdepartmental memorandum regarding Journal of Law and Economics and Journal of Legal Studies, 1980

Box 186   Folder 26

University of Chicago receipts, vouchers, invoices, and budget correspondence, 1974-2009

Subseries 2: Letters of recommendation for colleagues

Box 186   Folder 27

Brady, Gordon, December 1996-January 1997

Box 186   Folder 28

Brousseau, Eric, March 6, 2000

Box 186   Folder 29

Choy, Lennon, undated

Box 186   Folder 30

Elzinga, Kenneth, February-March 1987

Box 186   Folder 31

Hamburger, Lotte, December 1976-January 1977, circa 1996

Box 186   Folder 32

Hutchinson, Terrence, February 18, 1977

Box 186   Folder 33

Klein, Benjamin, January-February 1990

Box 186   Folder 34

Landa, Janet, January 15, 1996

Box 186   Folder 35

Lehn, Kenneth, 1989-1991

Box 186   Folder 36

Ludwig, Julie Robinson, April 24, 1981

Box 186   Folder 37

Mankin, Wyatt, February 13, 1987

Box 186   Folder 38

McGee, John S. February 12, 1982

Box 186   Folder 39

Menard, Claude, March 3, 2000

Box 186   Folder 40

North, Douglas, March 13, 1992

Box 186   Folder 41

Richerson, Jim, November-December 1993

Box 186   Folder 42

Weiss, Roger, January 10, 1975

Box 186   Folder 43

Zupan, Mark, September 28, 1990

Subseries 3: Student information

Box 186   Folder 44

Booker, Henry Marshall – letter of recommendation, May 17, 1962

Box 186   Folder 45

Leung, Wing Sang (Vincent) – papers, grades, and letters of recommendation sent to Ronald Coase, 1989-1991

Box 186   Folder 46

Schilling, Edward – letter of recommendation, December 6, 1956

Box 186   Folder 47

University of Buffalo letters regarding student grades, March 6, 1957

Box 186   Folder 48

University of Chicago student recommendation – Bowler, Clara Ann, April 20, 1983

Box 186   Folder 49

University of Chicago student recommendation – Brooks, Richard, October 17, 1997

Box 186   Folder 50

University of Chicago student recommendation – Clifford, Winslow, May 18, 1994

Box 186   Folder 51

University of Chicago student recommendation – Romaine, Craig, December 1986

Box 186   Folder 52

University of Chicago student recommendation – Wang, Ning, 2000-2001, 2010

Box 186   Folder 53

University of Chicago report of final examination for Ning Wang for the degree of doctor of philosophy, May 31, 2002

Box 186   Folder 54

University of Virginia Associate Dean I.B. Cauther letter regarding a student, March 9, 1962