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Reference NCUACS 47.3.94
Covering dates 1828-1993
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Archival history The completion of this catalogue of the manscript papers of Professor Dorothy Hodgkin OM is a significant event in the work of the National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists. Like all such large-scale cataloguing projects it has had a long gestation. Professor Hodgkin approached the NCUACS's Oxford-based predecessor organisation in 1981 for advice about her papers and visited its offices in 1983. Contacts were maintained after the scientific archives project was transferred to Bath in 1987 and in 1991 Professor Hodgkin gave permission for the NCUACS to catalogue her papers for deposit in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. The Unit's archivists made a number of visits to the Chemical Crystallography Laboratory, Oxford and Professor Hodgkin's home to survey the very substantial accumulations of papers in both locations. A detailed archival assessment of their quantity, nature and importance for a wide range of aspects of the history of science was prepared, and a funding proposal for submission to the Leverhulme Trust was developed. We were very fortunate to secure funding from the Trust for two years and Mr Paul Newman was appointed in 1992 to catalogue the papers. Professor Hodgkin has been supportive throughout with advice and encouragement and Mr Newman has met the challenge of his first encounter with scientific archives with great success.
Source of acquisition The material was received at various dates between October 1991 and February 1994 from Professor Hodgkin and from the Chemical Crystallography Laboratory at Oxford University.
Creators Hodgkin, Dorothy Mary Crowfoot, 1910-1994, scientist and biochemist
Related information Papers of Hodgkin's parents John Winter and Grace Mary Crowfoot are retained in family hands.
Papers of Hodgkin's husband Thomas Lionel Hodgkin are in the Rhodes House Library, Oxford and in family hands.
Papers of Thomas Hodgkin (1798-1866) are in the Library of the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London.
A Photograph album recording Hodgkin's eightieth birthday celebrations is retained in family hands.
Videotape interviews of Hodgkin are held in the Archives of the Biochemical Society and the Library of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
Two models showing the crystal structure of vitamin B12 and two models made by Hodgkin to show the structure of pig insulin at a resolution of 2.8 Angstroms are held by the Science Museum, London.
Drawings of Hodgkin's hands by Henry Morre and a portrait of her by Bryan Organ are held by the Royal Society, London.
A portrait by Maggi Hambling was commissioned for the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Bibliography BIBLIOGRAPHY
This bibliography has been complied for the catalogue from Hodgkin's own incomplete lists (D.108) and a search of the abstract literature. Following the example of Hodgkin's lists, her Ph.D. thesis has been included. References in the catalogue are to this bibliography in the form Bibliog.....
1) 1932 (with H.M. Powell) Layer chain structures of thallium dialkyl halides, Nature, Lond. 130, 131.
2) 1933 (with J.D. Bernal) The structure of the Diel's hydrocarbon C18 H16. Chemy Ind., Lond. 52, 729.
3) (with J.D. Bernal) Crystal structure of vitamin B1 and of adenine hydrochloride. J. chem. Soc., p.716.
4) (with J.D. Bernal) Crystalline phases of some substances studied as liquid crystals. Trans. Faraday Soc. 29, 1032.
5) (with J.D. Bernal, B. Robinson & W.A. Wooster) Crystallography Annual Reports. Chemical Society, p.379.
6) 1934 (with H.M. Powell) Crystal structures of dimethyl thallium halides. Z. Kristallogr. 87, 370
7) (with J.D. Bernal) X-ray photographs of crystalline pepsin. Nature, Lond. 133, 794.
8) (with J.D. Bernal) X-ray crystallographic measurements on some derivatives of cardiac aglucones. Chemy Ind. 53, 953.
9) (with J.D. Bernal) Use of the centrifuge in determining the density of small crystals. Nature, Lond. 134, 809.
10) 1935 (with J.D. Bernal) The structure of some hydrocarbons related to the sterold. J. chem. Soc., p. 93
11) X-ray single crystal photographs of insulin. Nature, Lond.135, 591.
12) The interpretation of Weissenberg photographs in relation to crystal symmetry. Z. Kristallogr. (A) 90, 215.
13) A note on the X-ray crystallography of the toad-polsons bufagin and cinobufagin and of strophanthidin. Chemy Ind., Lond 54, 568-9.
14) (with J.D.Bernal) Molecular weight of calciferol and related substances. Chemy Ind., Lond. 54, 701-2.
15) 1936 X-ray crystallography and the chemistry of the sterols. Ph.D. thesis, University of Cambridge.
16) (with B.K. Blount) The veratrine alkaloids. III. The preparation of cevanthrol, and the x-ray crystallographic examination of cevanthrol and cevanthridine. J. chem. Soc., p.414.
17) X-ray crystallographic measurement of phrenosinic (cerebonic) acid and its oxidation product. J. chem. Soc., p.716.
18) (with W.S. Rapson & R. Robinson) Experiments on the synthesis of substances related to the sterols. Part XI. The constitution of the condensation products from acetyl cyclo hexene and methoxytetralone. J. chem. Soc., p.757.
19) (with J.D. Bernal) X-ray crystallographic data on the sex-hormones, oestrone, androsterone, testosterone, and progesterone, and related substances. Z. Kristallogr. (A) 93, 464.
20) (with H. Jensen) Molecular wieght of cinobufagin. J. Am. chem. Soc. 58, 2018.
21) 1937 (with J.D. Bernal) X-ray crystallography and the chemistry of sterols and sex hormones. Chem. Weekblad 34, 2.
22) The two crystalline modifications of insulin. Nature, Lond. 140, 149.
23) 1938 The crystal structure of insulin: l. The investigation of air-dried insulin crystals. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 164, 580.
24) Note on the molecular weight of =294=-tocopheryl allophanate. In F. Bergel, A.R. Todd & T.S. Work, Studies on Vitamin E, Part III. J. chem. Soc., p.258.
25) (with D. Riley) Crystal structures of the proteins. An x-ray study of Palmer's lactoglobulin. Nature, Lond. 141, 521.
26) (with I. Fankuchen) The molecular weight of a tobacco seed globulin. Nature, Lond. 141, 522.
27) The molecular weight of fichtelite. J. chem. Soc., p.1241.
28) 1939 X-ray studies of protein crystals. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 170, 74.
29) (with D. Riley) X-ray measurements on wet insulin crystals. Nature, Lond. 144, 1011.
30) 1940 (with J.D. Bernal & I. Fankuchen) X-ray crystallography and the chemistry of the steroids. Part I. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 239, 135.
31) 1941 A review of some recent work on protein crystals. Chem. Rev. 28, 215.
32) (with C.H. Carlisle) A determination of molecular symmetry in the [alpha] [beta] diethyl dibenzyl series. J.chem. Soc., p.6
33) 1942 (with J.G. Chalmers) The elimination of 3:4 benzpyrene from the animal body after subcutaneous injection. 2. Changed benzpyrene. Biochem. J. 35, 1270.
34) 1943 (with I. Berenblum, E.R. Holiday & R. Schoental) The metabolism of 3:4 benzpyrene in mice and rats. Cancer Res. 3, 151.
35) (with B.W. Low) A note on the crystallography of helvolic acid and the methyl ester of helvolic acid. Br. J. exp. Pathol. 24, 120.
36) 1944 (with B.W. Rogers-Low) X-ray crystallography of Gilotoxin. Nature, Lond. 153, 651-2.
37) (with B.W. Low) Crystallographic examination of patulin and claviformin. Lancet, Jan. 22nd, p.112.
38) (with B.W. Rogers-Low) X-ray crystallography and the chemistry of the sterols. Vitamins & Hormones, p.2.
39) 1945 (with C.H. Carlisle) The crystal structure of cholesteryl iodide. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A. 184, 64.
40) (with G.M.J. Schmidt) X-ray crystallographic measurements on a single crystal of a tobacco necrosis virus derivative. Nature, Lond. 155, 504.
41) 1946 Protein Crystals. Usp. Khim. 15, 215-30.
42) (with E.P. Abraham, A.E. Joseph & E.M. Osborn) Antibacterial substance from Arctium minus and Onopordon tauricum. Nature, Lond. 158, 744-5.
43) 1947 Crystallography. Nature, Lond. 160, 193.
44) 1948 (with J.D. Dunitz) The structure of calciferol. Nature, Lond. 162, 608.
45) X-ray crystallographic studies of compounds of biochemical interest. A. Rev. Biochem., p.115.
46) 1949 (with C.W. Bunn, B.W. Rogers-Low & A. Turner-Jones) X-ray crystallographic investigation of the structure of penicillin. In Chemistry of Penicillin. Princeton University Press.
47) (with G.J. Pitt) Crystallography 1947, 1948, 1949. A. Rep. chem. Soc., p.57.
48) 1950 X-ray analysis and protein structure. Cold spring Harbor Symp. 14, 65.
49) (with M.W. Porter & R.C. Spiller) Crystallographic measurements on the anti-pernicious anaemia factor. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 136, 609.
50) (with G.J. Pitt & J. Thewlis) Crystallography 1950. A. Rep. chem. Soc., p.47.
51) (with C. Darwin) Crystal structure of the dimer of p-bromonitroso-benzene. Nature, Lond. 166, 827.
52) 1951 (with P.M. Cowan) A comparison of x-ray measurements on air-dried tobacco necrosis protein crystals with electron microscope data. Acta crystallogr. 4, 160.
53) Crystallography, Introduction. Ann. Rep. chem. Soc.
54) 1952 An x-ray crystallographic study of certain peptides. Intern. Congr. Biochem., Abstr. of communs., pp.159-60.
55) X-ray analysis of the structure of penicillin. Advancement Sci. 6, 85-9.
56) (with D. Sayre) A crystallographic examination of the structure of luministerol. J. chem. Soc., p.4561.
57) 1953 (with P.M. Cowan) Some observations on peptide chain models in relation to crystallographic studies on gramicidin B and insulin. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 141, 89-92.
58) 1954 (with H. Mendel) The crystal structure of creatine monohydrate. Acta crystallogr. 7, 443.
59) (with C. Brink, J. Lindsey, J. Pickworth, J.H. Robertson & J.G. White) X-ray crystallographic evidence on the structure of vitamin B12. Nature, Lond. 174, 1168.
60) 1955 É cristallographique par les rayons X de la structure de la vitamine B12. Bull. Soc. fr. Minér. Cristallogr. 78, 106-115.
61) (with J. Pickworth, R.J. Prosen, J.H. Robertson, K.N. Trueblood & J.G. White) Structure of vitamin B12. The crystal structure of the hexacarboxylic acid derived from B12 and the molecular structure of the vitamin. Nature, Lond. 176, 325.
62) (with M.J. Kamper) Some observations on the crystal structure of a chlorine substituted vitamin B12. Nature, Lond. 176, 551-3.
63) (with M. Mackay) A crystallographic examination of the structure of morphine. J. chem. Soc., p.3261.
64) (with A.W. Johnson & A.R. Todd) Structure of vitamin B12. Chem. Soc., Spec. Publ. no. 3, 109-23.
65) 1956 (with B.M. Oughton) A speculation on insulin. Ciba Foundation, Colloquia on Endocrinology 9, 133-141.
66) The structure of vitamin B12. Europäisches Symposion über Vitamin B12 und Intrinsic Factor. Ferdinand Enke Verlag, Stuttgart.
67) (with M.J. Kamper, M. Mackay, J. Pickworth, K.N. Trueblood & J.G. White) Structure of vitamin B12. Nature, Lond. 178, 64-66.
68) 1957 (with B.M. Oughton & G.M.J. Schmidt) A crystallographic study of some derivatives of gramicidin S. Biochem. J. 65, 744.
69) (with J.D. Dunitz & M.S. Webster) Structure of calciferol. Chem. & Ind., Lond., pp.1148-9.
70) (with M.J. Kamper, J. Lindsey, M. Mackay, J. Pickworth, R.J. Prosen, J.H. Robertson, C.B. Shoemaker, K.N. Trueblood & J.G. White) The structure of vitamin B12. I. An outline of the crystallographic investigation of vitamin B12. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 242, 228.
71) 1959 (with J. Pickworth, R.J. Prosen, J.H. Robertson, R.A. Sparks & K.N. Trueblood) The structure of vitamin B12. II. The crystal structure of a hexacarboxylic acid obtained by the degradation of vitamin B12. Proc.R. Soc. Lond. A 251, 306-352.
72) 1960 (with M.J. Kamper, K.N. Trueblood & J.G. White) Some observations on the structures of wet and air-dried crystals of vitamin B12. Z. Kristallogr. 113, 6.
73) (with N.E. Taylor & J.S. Rollett) The x-ray crystallographic determination of the structure of bromomiroestrol. J. chem. Soc., pp.3685-95.
74) Molecules in crystals. Nature, Lond. 188, 441-447.
75) 1961 Molecules in crystals. Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond., 16.
76) (with E.N. Maslen) The x-ray analysis of the structure of cephalosporin C. Biochem. J. 79, 393-402.
77) (with P.G. Lenhert) Structure of the 5,6 dimethyl-benzimidazolyl-cobamide coenzyme. Nature, Lond. 192, 937.
78) (with C.P. Saunderson) Crystal structure of suprasterol II. Tetrahedron Letters 16, 573-8.
79) J.D. Bernal. Scientific World V.
80) (with P.G. Lenhert) The x-ray crystallographic investigation of the 5,6-dimethylbenzimidazole-cobamide coenzyme. 2nd European Symposium on Vitamin B12 and Intrinsic Factor. Ferdinand Enke Verlang, Stuttgart.
81) 1962 (with J. Lindsey, M. Mackay & K.N. Trueblood) The structure of vitamin B12. IV. The x-ray analysis of air-dried crystals of B12. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 266, 475.
82) (with J. Lindsey, M. Mackay, R.A. Sparks & K.N. Trueblood) The structure of vitamin B12. V. The structure of the air-dried crystals of vitamin B12. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 266, 494.
83) 1963 (with S. Abrahamsson & E.N. Maslen) The crystal structure of phenoxymethyl-penicillin. Biochem. J. 86, 514.
84) X-ray crystallography in hormone research. In Techniques in endocrine research. New York: Academic Press Inc.
85) (with D. Dale & K. Venkatesan) The determination of the crystal structure of factor V 1a. Cryst. Crystal Perfect., Proc. Symp., Madras, pp.237-42.
86) (with J.D. Dunitz, B.M. Rimmer & K.N. Trueblood) The crystal structure of a calciferol derivative. J. chem. Soc., pp.4945-56.
87) 1964 (with C. Brink-Shoemaker, D.W.J. Cruickshank, M.J. Kamper & D. Pilling) The structure of vitamin B12. VI. The structure of crystals of vitamin B12 grown from and immersed in water. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 278, 1-26.
88) Notes on molecular geometry and chemical reactivity in connection with the B12 vitamins. In The law of mass action, det Norske Videnskaps Akademi, Oslo Universitetsforleget.
89) Vitamin B12 and the porphyrins. Fedn Proc. Fedn Am. Socs exp. Biol. 23, 592.
90) The x-ray analysis of complicated molecules. Prix Nobel, pp.157-78. Nobel Foundation.
91) 1965 (with D. Dale) The crystal structure of black nitrosyl-pentammine dichloride. J. chem. Soc., p.1364.
92) Die Röntgen Strukturanalyse komplizierter Moleküle. Angew. Chem. 77 (21) 954-962.
93) Die Rontgen Strukturanalyse einiger biochemisch interessanter Molekule. Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Forschung des Landes NR-Westfalen, p.159.
94) The structure of the corrin nucleus from x-ray analysis. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 288, 294-305.
95) 1966 Vitamin B12. Revista del Colegio de Quinicos de Puerto Rico 25, 6.
96) (with M.J. Adams, E.J. Coller, G.G. Dodson & S. Ramaseshan) X-ray crystallographic studies on2 zinc insulin crystals. Am. J. Med. 40. 667.
97) (with M.M. Harding A.F. Kennedy, A. O'Connor & P.D.J. Weitzmann) The crystal structure of insulin. II. An investigation of rhombohedral zinc insulin crystals and a report of other crystalline forms. J. molec. Biol. 16, 212-226.
98) (with E.J. Dodson, M.M. Harding & M.G. Rossman) The crystal structure of insulin. III. Evidence for a 2-fold axis in rhombohedral zinc insulin. J. molec. Biol. 16, 227-241.
99) (with M.J. Adams, E.J. Coller, G.G. Dodson & S. Ramaseshan) X-ray crystallographic studies on zinc insulin crystals. Acta crystallogr. 21, A 156 (supplement).
100) 1967 (with M.J. Adams, E.J. Dodson & G.G. Dodson) A report on recent calculations on rhombohedral insulin crystals containing lead. In Conformation of biopolymers (ed. Ramachandran), vol 1, pp.9-16. Academic Press.
101) (with P.G. Lenhert) Structure of the vitamin B12 coenzyme. 7th International congress of biochemistry. Tokyo.
102) Some observations on crystallography, chemistry and medicine. The Harvey Lectures, series 61. New York: Academic Press Inc.
103) (with C.E. Nockolds, S. Ramaseshan, J.M. Waters & T.N.M. Waters) Structure of a monocarboxylic acid derivative of vitamin B12. (1) Crystal and molecular structure from x-ray analysis. Nature, Lond. 214, 129.
104) (with F.H. Moore & B.T.M. Willis) Structure of a monocarboxylic acid derivative of vitamin B12. (2) Crystal and molecular structure from neutron diffraction analysis. Nature, Lond. 214, 130-133.
105) (with A. Cooper) The crystal structure and absolute configuration of fusidic acid methyl ester 3-p-bromobenzoate. Tetrahedron 24(2), 909-22.
106) 1968 (with D.P. Riley) Some ancient history of protein X-ray analysis. In Structural Chemistry and Molecular Biology; a volume dedicated to Linus Pauling by his students, colleagues and friends (ed. A. Rich & N. Davidson), W.H. Freeman & Co.
107) Vitamin B12. Proc. R. Inst. Gt. Br. 42, 199.
108) 1969 (with D.H. Dale, B.F. Hoskins & F.D. Williams) The structure of the red nitrosylpentamminecobalt (iii) cation. Chem. Commun., pp.69-70.
109) (with D. Hall & M.N.G. James) Crystalline modifications of ampicillin, I. The trihydrate, Nature, Lond. 220, 168.
110) (with M.J. Adams, E.N. Baker, T.L. Blundell, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson, M.M. Harding, B.M. Rimmer & M. Vijayan) The structure of rhombohedral 2 zinc insulin crystals. Nature, Lond. 224, 491.
111) (with S. Candeloro, D. Grdenic, N. Taylor, B. Thompson & M.A. Viswamitra) The structure of ferroverdin. Nature, Lond. 224, 589.
112) Birkbeck Science and History. First Bernal Lecture at Birkbeck College.
113) 1970 (with B.F. Anderson & M.A. Viswamitra) The structure of thiostrepton. Nature, Lond. 225, 233.
114) Introductory remarks to a discussion on the structure and functions of proteolytic enzymes. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 257, 65.
115) The crystal structure of insulin. Verh. schweiz. naturf. Ges., p.93.
116) (with M.J. Adams & U.A. Raeburn) Crystal structure of a complex of mercury (II) chloride and histidine hydrochloride. J. chem. Soc., A 2362.
117) Insulin molecules. The extent of our knowledge. Pure appl. Chem. 26, 357-84.
118) (with H.R. Harrison & O.J.R. Hodder) Crystal and molecular structure of 8,12-diethyl-2,3,7,13,17,18-hexamethylcorrole. J. chem. Soc., B 640.
119) 1971 (with H.R. Harrison, E.N. Maslen & W.D. Motherwell) Crystal and molecular structure of 6[beta]-bromoacetyl and 6[beta]-chloroacetyl 3,5[alpha]-cyclo-5 [alpha]-cholestane (i-cholesteryl bromoacetate and chloroacetate). J. chem. Soc., C 1275-81.
120) (with T.L. Blundell, J.F. Cutfield, S.M. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson, D.A. Mercola & M. Vijayan) Atomic positions in rhombohedral 2 zinc insulin crystals. Nature, Lond. 231, 506.
121) Obituary. Professor J.D. Bernal. The Times, 16 September.
122) (with D. Dale, F.H. Moore, C.E. Nockolds, B.H. O'Connor & K. Venkatesan) The structure of vitamin B12 IX. The crystal structure of cobyric acid, factor V 1a. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 323, 455.
123) (with T.L. Blundell, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & M. Vijayan) X-ray analysis and the structure of insulin. Recent Prog. Hormone Res. 20, 1.
124) Insulin molecules: the extent of our knowledge. Pure appl. Chem. 26, 375-384.
125) X-rays and the structure of insulin. Br. med. J. 4, 447.
126) (with T.L. Blundell, J.F. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & D.A. Mercola) The structure and biology of insulin, Biochem. J. 125, 50.
127) Some characteristics of protein crystals. In Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Theoretical Physics and Biology. Institut de la Vie, Paris, p.58.
128) (with T.L. Blundell, J.F. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & D.A. Mercola) The crystal structure of rhombohedral 2 zinc insulin, Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology. 36, 233.
129) The crystal structure of insulin. Kristallografiya 16, 1203.
130) 1972 The structure of insulin. Dansk. Tidsskr. Farm. 46, 1.
131) (with T.L. Blundell, J.F. Cutfield, S.M. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson, D.A. Mercola & M. Vijayan) The arrangement in three dimensions of the atoms in insulin molecules and crystals. Insulin Action 1, 28.
132) Scientific visits to China under arrangements between Academia Sinica and the Royal Society 5-27 August 1972. Royal Society Publication.
133) (with D.A. Mercola) The secondary and tertiary structure of insulin. In Handbook of Physiology, Section 7: Endocrinology 1, 139. Washington: American Physiological Society.
134) Gerhard Schmidt's first researches in x-ray crystallography. Israel J. Chem. 10, 649.
135) The structure of large molecules. Growing Points in Science, p.97. H.M.S.O.
136) (with T.L. Blundell, J.F. Cutfield, S.M. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & D.A. Mercola) The three dimensional atomic structure of insulin and its relationship to activity. Diabetes 21, 492.
137) The structure of insulin (The Banting Memorial Lecture 1972). Diabetes 21, 1131-50.
138) (with E. Edmond & H. Stoeckli-Evans) Further refinement of the crystal structure of neovitamin B12. J. chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. II (5), 605.
139) (with T.L. Blundell, G.G. Dodson & D.A. Mercola) Insulin: the structure in the crystal and its reflection in chemistry and biology. Adv. Protein Chem. 26, 279.
140) (with T.L. Blundell, J.F. Cutfield, S.M. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & D.A. Mercola) The spatial structure of insulin and its relationship to activity. Pept., Proc. Eur. Pept. Symp., 12th, pp.255-69.
141) 1973 (with B.F. Anderson & K. Vijayan) Crystal and molecular structure of a synthetic compound related to the penicillins and cephalosporins, 3-benzyl 7-t-butyl 2,2-dimethyl-8-oxo-4-thia-1-aza-6 [alpha] H-bicyclo [4.2.0] octane-3[beta], 7 [alpha]-dicarboxylate. J. chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. (I) 484-8.
142) (with S. Candeloro) The structure of ferroverdin I. Monoclinic ferroverdin crystals. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 184, 121-135.
143) (with S.Candeloro, D. Grdenic & N. Taylor) The structure of ferroverdin II. Rhombohedral ferroverdin crystals. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 184, 137-148.
144) 1974 Insulin, its chemistry and biochemistry (The Bakerian Lecture 1972). Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 338, 251-275.
145) Problems in the x-ray analysis of proteins (Nobel Guest Lecture 1973). Chemica Scripta 6, 145-157.
146) Varieties of insulin (The Sir Henry Dale Lecture for 1974). J. Endocr. 63, 1-14.
147) (with B.F. Anderson & T.J. Bartczak) Crystal and molecular structure of 8,12 diethyl 2,3,7,13,17,18 hexamethylcorrole hydrobromide. J. chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. (II) 977.
148) 1975 Wandering Scientists (The Azad Memorial Lecture 1974). New Delhi: Delhi Press.
149) (with E. Edmond) The crystal and molecular structure of rac-15-cyano-1,2,2,7,7,12,12-heptamethyl corrin hydrochloride, metal free corrin. Helv. chim. Acta 58, 641-654.
150) Work in China on the structure and function of insulin. Nature, Lond. 255, 103.
151) Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971. Biogr. Mem. Fell. R. Soc. Lond. 21, 447-84.
152) 1976 (with G.A. Bentley, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & D.A. Mercola) The structure of insulin in 4 zinc insulin. Nature, Lond. 261, 166.
153) The structure of insulin. Proc. Int. Wolltextill-Forschungskonf., 5th 1, 361-76.
154) X-rays and the structure of insulin. J. Natl. Sci. Counc. Sri Lanka 4,87-98.
155) 1977 The molecular basis of insulin action: The structure of insulin. Excerpta Med. 413, 155-62.
156) 1979 Crystallographic measurements and the structure of protein molecules as they are. Ann, N.Y. Acad. Sci. 325, 121-48.
157) New and old problems in the structure analysis of vitamin B12. Vitamin B12, Proc. Eur. Symp., 3rd, pp.19-36.
158) 1980 (with E.J. Dodson & G.G. Dodson) The conformations observed in the N terminal A chain residues of insulin. Front. Bioorg. Chem, Mol. Biol. Proc. Int. Symp., pp.193-200.
159) Obituary. Sir Ernest Chain 1906-1979. Chemy Br. 16 (5), 267.
160) John Desmond Bernal 1901-1971. Biogr. Mem. Fell. R. Soc. Lond. 26, 17-84.
161) 1981 Biomolecular structure, conformation, function and evolution. Proc. Int. Symp. 1, 1-5.
162) (with J.F. Cutfield, S.M. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & C.D. Reynolds) Evidence concerning insulin activity from the structure of a cross-linked derivative. Hoppe-Seyler's Z. Physiol. Chem. 362 (6), 755-61.
163) Moments of discovery. Kristallografiya 26(5), 1029-45.
164) 1982 (with D. Chantry, Fang Ming Mao & T. Harper) X-ray analysis of the Piloty compounds trans- and cis- 1, 4-dichloro-1, 4-dinitrosocyclo-hexane. Acta crystallogr. B 38(12), 3152-5.
165) 1983 Insulin. Structure and biological activity. Vestn, Akad. Nauk SSSR 6, 53-60.
166) (with E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson & C.D. Reynolds) Insulin. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 11, 411-17.
167) (with C. Chothia, G.G. Dodson & A.M. Lesk) Transmission of confirmational change in insulin. Nature, Lond. 302, 540-3.
168) 1984 X-ray and neutron diffraction studies of the crystal and molecular structure of the predominant monocarboxylic acid obtained by the mild acid hydrolysis of cyanocobalamin: outline. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. 93, 195-6.
169) (with F.H. Moore, B.H. O'Connor & B.T.M. Willis) X-ray and neutron diffraction studies of the crystal and molecular structure of the predominant monocarboxylic acid obtained by the mild acid hydrolysis of cyanocobalamin: Part III, Neutron diffraction studies of wet crystals, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. 93, 235-60.
170) 1987 Patterson and Pattersons. In Patterson and Patterson, Fifty Years of the Patterson Function (ed. J.P. Glusker, B.K. Patterson & M. Rossi). Oxford University Press.
171) 1988 (with T.L. Blundell, J.F. Cutfield, S.M. Cutfield, E.J. Dodson, G.G. Dodson, R.E. Hubbard & N.W. Isaacs) The crystal structure of insulin. VI. The structure of 2 zinc pig insulin crystals at 1.5A resolution. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 319(1195), 369-456.
172) 1991 Memories of Sir Lawrence Bragg. In The Legacy of Sir Lawrence Bragg: Selections and Reflections (ed. J.M. Thomas & D.C. Phillips), Science Reviews.
173) Angles on crystal faces. Appreciation: 'Tiny' Powell. The Guardian, 18 March.
Note THE ASSEMBLING OF THE MATERIAL, AND THE COMPILATION AND PRODUCTION OF THIS CATALOGUE, HAVE BEEN MADE POSSIBLE BY A GENEROUS SUBVENTION FROM THE LEVERHULME TRUST
The NCUACS would like to take this opportunity to record our gratitude to the Director of the Leverhulme Trust, Sir Rex Richards, and the Leverhulme Trustees for their support of the scientific archives work since the transfer of operations to Bath in 1987. This has taken the form of three major cataloguing projects: the papers of Sir John Kendrew (1987-1989), Sir David Phillips (1991-1994) and Professor Dorothy Hodgkin OM (1992-1994). The three collections are deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford where they form an indispensable corpus of material for the history of twentieth-century British science.
ACKNOWLEGEMENTS
We owe a first duty of thanks to Professor Hodgkin for making her papers available for cataloguing and for information and advice particularly about family and biographical matters.
We also owe a great debt of gratitude to Professor Judith Howard whose advice on the very extensive research materials was indispensable to the successful cataloguing of them.
Timonty E. Powell of the NCUSACS at Bath has helped at all stages of the project with advice and information.
Hazel Gott has earned much gratitude for the patience and skill she had brought in the processing and revising of the catalogue.

Administrative history:
OUTLINE OF THE CAREER OF DOROTHY MARY CROWFOOT HODGKIN
Dorothy Mary Crowfoot was born in Cairo in 1910 and brought up in East Anglia. She was educated at the Sir John Leman School, Beccles and Somerville College, Oxford where she read chemistry 1928-32. Apart from two years research at Cambridge University after graduation she remained in Oxford for the rest of her career. Here for twenty-five years she combined teaching chemistry at Somerville, where her students included the future Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, with research at the highest level. She became University lecturer and demonstrator in 1946 and University Reader in X-ray crystallography in 1956. From 1960 to official retirement in 1977 she was Wolfson Research Professor of the Royal Society. She also married and raised a family. In 1937 she married Thomas Lionel Hodgkin (died 1982); they had three children Luke Howard born 1938, Prudence Elizabeth born 1943 and John Robin Tobias born 1946.
Dorothy Hodgkin carried out her first research at Oxford in 1931-32 with H.M. Powell on the structure of thallium diakyl halides. She then went to Cambridge to work for two years with J.D. Bernal who had just been appointed to start research on the study of crystals by x-ray diffraction and had begun to look at biologically interesting molecules. The international success of his investigations led to increasing demands on his research, and Hodgkin joined him to make the first measurements on materials sent for analysis. The research included work on sterols, vitamin B1 and the protein pepsin, and Hodgkin wrote her thesis for the Ph.D. degree at Cambridge on the results of the research on sterols. On her return to Oxford she decided to concentrate on one crystal structure in detail and (with C.H. Carlisle) correctly analysed cholesterol iodide, the first complex organic molecule to be determined completely by x-ray crystallography. Early in the Second World War the successful tests with penicillin extracts on infected mice by Howard Florey and his team in Oxford led to urgent attempts to determine its chemical structure. Hodgkin and her coworkers accomplished this in three years with x-ray techniques, showing conclusively that the formula of penicillin included [beta] lactam and thiazolidine rings. This x-ray determination was of national importance at the time, and was to have a lasting effect on the development of antibiotics, since in order to make synthetic drugs it is necessary to know the structure of the original material. She later elucidated the structure of cephalosporin C, an antibiotic closely related to penicillin.
After 1948 Hodgkin began work on the x-ray analysis of vitamin B12 which is essential to the life of red blood cells in the body - the inability to absorb sufficient vitamin B12 from the diet leads to pernicious anaemia. The red crystals of the anti pernicious anaemia factor were supplied by E.L. Smith of Glaxo Laboratories and after a lengthy step-by-step analysis lasting nearly ten years she and her team found the structure. The processing of data was aided by three of the first electronic computers located at Manchester University, the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington and the University of California, Los Angeles, and Hodgkin played a leading part in the campaign to provide computer facilities at Oxford University. After the success of the vitamin B12 work Hodgkin and her team refocused their research effort on the crystal structure of insulin-she had taken the first x-ray photographs of insulin crystals in 1935 - and were able to announce the three-dimensional structure of rhombohedral 2 Zn insulin in 1969. Research on insulin refinements continued into the 1980s.
Apart from her scientific research career at Oxford University, Hodgkin undertook a number of prominent public and professional responsibilities including in the UK, Chancellor of Bristol University, 1970-88, and President of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1977-78, and internationally, President of the International Union of Crystallography, 1972-75. Hodgkin's involvement in humanitarian and peace issues was given impetus by the Vietnam War. She became Vice-President of the Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam in 1965 and President in 1971. As President she visited North Vietnam in 1971 and 1974. Her second major commitment in the area of peace and international understanding was to the Pugwash movement (Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs), which she served as President, 1976-88.
Hodgkin was elected FRS in 1947 (Royal Medal 1956, Copley Medal 1976; Tercentenary Lecture 1960, Bakerian Lecture 1972), and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1964 for her determinations by x-ray techniques of the structures of important biochemical substances. In 1965 she became only the second woman to be appointed to the Order of Merit.

Contents:
SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL A.1-A.222
A.1-A.53 Autobiographical and biographical
A.54-A.155 Career, honours and awards
A.156-A.181 Family and personal
A.182-A.220 Miscellaneous biographical items
A.221, A.222 Press cuttings
SECTION B RESEARCH B.1-B.991
B.1-B.19 Early work
B.20-B.48 Cholesterol
B.49 Genins
B.50-B.53 Toad poisons
B.54-B.61 Sex hormones
B.62-B.81 Theory, apparatus, techniques
B.82-B.288 Insulin
B.289, B.290 Sterols
B.291-B.295 Tobacco viruses
B.296-B.313 Proteins
B.314-B.316 Benzpyrene
B.317-B.336 Calciferol
B.337, B.338 Fatty acids
B.339-B.471 Penicillin
B.472-B.500 Gramicidin
B.501, B.502 Lactoglobulin
B.503-B.505 Ferritin
B.506-B.828 Vitamin B12
B.829-B.847 Nitroso compounds
B.848-B.851 Purpurogallin
B.852, B.853 Lumisterol
B.854-B.870 Miroestrol/Bromomiroestrol
B.871-B.875 Ferroverdin
B.876 Agravide
B.877-B.896 Piloty compounds
B.897, B.898 Sporidesmin
B.899-B.928 Cephalosporin C
B.929 Formazan
B.930, B.931 Suprasterol II
B.932-B.938 Thiostrepton
B.939-B.982 Miscellaneous
B.983-B.991 Large format
SECTION C OXFORD UNIVERSITY C.1-C.182
C.1-C.3 Sub-faculty of Chemistry
C.4-C.23 Teaching
C.24-C.56 Hodgkin's research group
C.57-C.66 Wolfson Research Professorship of the Royal Society
C.67-C.108 Funding and administration of research
C.109-C.143 Equipment and supplies
C.144-C.172 Accounts
C.173-C.178 Somerville College
C.179-C.182 Miscellaneous
SECTION D PUBLICATIONS, LECTURES AND BROADCASTS D.1-D.200
D.1-D.125 Publications
D.126-D.194 Lectures
D.195-D.198 Broadcasts
D.199, D.200 Addendum
SECTION E SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS E.1-E.193
SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES F.1-F.179
SECTION G PEACE AND HUMANITARIAN INTERESTS G.1-G.204
G.1-G.156 Organisations and topics
G.157-G.165 Visits and conferences
G.166-G.171 Lectures and publications
G.172-G.204 Miscellaneous
SECTION H CORRESPONDENCE H.1-H.331
H.1-H.262 General scientific correspondence
H.263-H.306 Shorter scientific correspondence
H.307-H.331 References and recommendations
SECTION J NON-PRINT MATERIAL J.1-J.83
J.1-J.30 Photographs
J.31-J.79 Photographic slides
J.80-J.82 Sound recordings
J.83 Film
Explanatory notes, information and cross-references are appended where appropriate to the separate sections, subsections and individual entries in the body of the catalogue. The following paragraphs are intended only to draw attention to items of particular interest.
Section A (Biographical) presents records of Hodgkin's career, honours and awards, 1928-90, including documentation of the award of the Nobel Prize and subsequent meetings of Nobel prizewinners. There are also family and personal correspondence, though papers relating to Hodgkin's parents and husband were retained in family hands, drafts of an unfinished autobiography, shorter autobiographical writings, articles and interviews, and many requests for biographical information for which Hodgkin often prepared careful and detailed replies.
Section B (Research) is by far the largest in the collection and comprises very extensive documentation of Hodgkin's research in x-ray crystallography including the major topics of insulin, penicillin and vitamin B12. It covers a period of sixty years from about 1928 to 1988. Most of the material was found in Hodgkin's box folders which were labelled by topic. The contents of these boxes included correspondence, drafts for reports and publications, notebooks, notes and data. Arrangement is chronological by topic. J.D. Bernal, with whom Hodgkin worked in Cambridge 1932-34, and very many of her later collaborators including C.W. Bunn (penicillin) and E.L. Smith (vitamin B12) are represented in the papers by correspondence, drafts, notes and data.
Section C (Oxford University) provides useful documentation of Hodgkin's university teaching in the 1940s and 1950s, her research group and tenure of the Wolfson Research Professorship of the Royal Society, 1960-77, the funding and administration of her research (Rockefeller Foundation, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Nuffield Foundation), and the provision of equipment and supplies including the use of computer facilities at other institutions in the UK and USA and their development at Oxford.
Section D (Publications, lectures and broadcasts) presents chronological sequences of material relating to Hodgkin's scientific publications, invitation and public lectures and broadcasts, and editorial correspondence arranged alphabetically by publisher or journal title. There are substantial assemblages of material relating to her Royal Society memoirs of J.D. Bernal and Kathleen Lonsdale. Not all Hodgkin's scientific publications are documented in this section. There are drafts for many scientific papers with the related research material in Section B, and Hodgkin's Nobel Lecture is to be found in Section A with other documentation of the Nobel Prize. Drafts for a number of non-scientific publications and lectures are to be found in Section G.
Section E (Societies and organisations) brings together documentation of Hodgkin's involvement with 16 British and international societies and organisations including Bristol University, the British Association for the Advancement of Science, the Institute of Physics, especially its X-ray Analysis Group established 1943, the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) and the Royal Society. Her major commitments to Bristol University, where she was Chancellor for nearly twenty years, and to the International Union, which she served as President and whose congresses she attended 1948-93, are particularly well documented. In respect of Bristol there is a substantial sequence of general papers and correspondence 1971-89, correspondence with Vice Chancellors A.W. Merrison and J.F.C. Kingman, Hodgkin's speeches at degree congregations, and material relating to the Department of Architecture closed by the University in 1984 despite Hodgkin's support for its efforts to remain open. Although there is some record of all the IUCr congresses Hodgkin attended from 1948, the bulk of the surviving material dates from Hodgkin's term as President, 1972-75, and includes general papers and correspondence and executive committee papers. The IUCr material reflects Hodgkin's interest in bringing Chinese scientists into the international crystallographic community. There is also material relating to scientific relations with China amongst the Royal Society papers.
Section F (Visits and conferences) presents a chronological sequence of material relating to Hodgkin's scientific visits and conferences, 1936-93, though the great bulk of the material is from the period after the award of the Nobel Prize in 1964. There is evidence of her interest in maintaining scientific contacts with the USSR and China during the Cold War, the first of many visits taking place in 1953 and 1959 respectively, and of visa difficulties in respect of visiting the USA during the same period. She also made frequent visits to Eastern Europe outside the USSR. India was another locus of valued scientific contacts and she made a number of extended visits, for example in 1974, 1978 and 1979. Not all Hodgkin's extensive travel is documented in this section. Records of her attendance at International Union of Crystallography congresses are to be found in Section E with other IUCr material. Visits which bear on Hodgkin's peace and humanitarian interests including Pugwash meetings and her visits to Vietnam are to be found in Section G. Some visits of particular biographical significance (including the award of the Nobel Prize and subsequent Nobel meetings) are to be found in Section A.
Section G (Peace and humanitarian interests) brings together documentation of the wide range of peace and humanitarian causes with which Hodgkin was involved. Her major commitments to the Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam and the Pugwash movement are particularly well documented. The activities of the Medical Aid Committee are recorded in general correspondence and papers, minutes and agenda and printed material; however the surviving material relating to Hodgkin's visits to Vietnam in 1971 and 1974 is disappointing in extent. The bulk of the Pugwash material dates from Hodgkin's Presidency, 1976-88, and includes general correspondence and papers, committee papers, conference, symposia and workshop papers, Hodgkin's addresses, and printed material. Of especial interest is the documentation of the Warsaw conference of 1982, which followed the imposition of martial law in Poland. Other organisations and topics represented in the section include the J.D. Bernal Peace Library, Palestine, Russian dissidents and Scientists Against Nuclear Arms (SANA). The section also presents documentation of conferences attended by Hodgkin on peace and humanitarian issues, a number of her lectures and publications on these topics, and an extended chronological sequence of shorter correspondence with individuals and organisations, 1952-91.
Section H (Correspondence) presents an alphabetical sequence of Hodgkin's scientific correspondents including distinguished mentors and contemporaries such as J.D. Bernal, W.L.Bragg, J.W. Perutz, P.P. Ewald,I. Fankuchen, H.Lipson, Kathleen Lonsdalem, A.L.Patterson, Linus Pauling, M.F. Perutz, Robert Robinson, R.L.M. Synge and Dorothy Wrinch, and very many of the younger scientists from Britain and overseas who researched in various capacities in her laboratory such as G.G. Dodson, J.D. Dunitz and David Sayre. The sequence is noteworthy for the significant number of women scientists who trained in Hodgkin's laboratory including J. Glusker (née Pickworth) and B.W. Low. There is also an extended sequence of shorter scientific correspondence arranged chronologically 1933-91. Hodgkin kept together by topic much of the scientific correspondence relating to her principal research projects and this correspondence is to be found in Section B Research.
Section J (Non-print material) comprises photographs, photographic slides, sound recordings and film. There are photographs of Hodgkin, mostly undated, and with scientific colleagues including J.D. Bernal and I. Fankuchen, H.M. Powell and colleagues from Oxford laboratory, P.L. Kapitza and F.H.C. Crick, a photograph album recording Pugwash occasions, 1969-88, photographic slides for Hodgkin's lectures especially on insulin and vitamin B12 work and three sound recordings including the 1973 Nobel Guest Lecture and her Chancellor's Address to the Bristol University Education Department in 1974.
The bibliography was compiled for the catalogue from Hodgkin's own incomplete lists (D.108) and a search of the abstract literature. Following the example of Hodgkin's own lists it includes in the numbered sequence her Ph.D. thesis. References in the catalogue are to this bibliography in the form Bibliog....



SECTION D PUBLICATIONS, LECTURES AND BROADCASTS  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.1-D.200  [n.d.]

Contents:
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.1-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.125 PUBLICATIONS
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.1-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.105 Drafts
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.106, NCUACS 47.3.94 D.107 Reprints
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.108, NCUACS 47.3.94 D.109 Lists of publications
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.110-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.125 Editorial correspondence
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.126-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.194 LECTURES
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.126-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.167 Drafts
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.168-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.194 Invitations to lecture
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.195-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.198 BROADCASTS
NCUACS 47.3.94 D.199,NCUACS 47.3.94 D.200 ADDENDUM
Publications material received too late to present in main chronological sequence at NCUACS 47.3.94 D.1-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.105.

PUBLICATIONS  [no ref. or date]

Drafts  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
A chronological sequence of material relating to publications, or to the intention to publish. Where applicable reference has been made to the bibliography compiled for the catalogue References take the form Bibliog.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.1  c1935

Contents:
'The structure of some hydrocarbons related to the sterols' (with J.D. Bernal), Bibliog. 10. 1935.
1p. typescript only; 2 photographs.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.2  c1935

Contents:
'X-ray single crystal photographs of insulin', Bibliog. 11, 1935.
7pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin and marginal comments by J.D. Bernal.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.3-D.5  c1935

3 folders.

Contents:
'The interpretation of Weissenberg Photographs in relation to crystal symmetry', Bibliog. 12, 1935.
Manuscript and typescript drafts; manuscript notes

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.6  c1935

Contents:
'A note on the x-ray crystallography of the toad poisons, bufagin and cinobufagin, and of strophanthidin', Bibliog. 13, 1935.
7pp. and 6pp. typescript drafts with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.7  n.d

Contents:
'Summary of x-ray work on crystals in organic compounds'.
Not a publication but refers to work which formed the basis of NCUACS 47.3.94 D.2 and NCUACS 47.3.94 D.6 and was found with them.
4pp. typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.8  c 1936

Contents:
'X-ray crystallography and the chemistry of the sterols', Bibliog. 15, 1936.
2pp. Typescript, 'Summary' (of Hodgkin's Ph.D. thesis). Unpublished but listed by Hodgkin with her published papers.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.9  c1935

Contents:
'The crystal structure of insulin: I The investigation of air-dried insulin crystals', Bibliog. 23, 1938.
14pp. Typescript, incomplete, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.10  c1938

Contents:
'The molecular weight of fichtelite'. Bibliog. 27, 1938
4pp. typescript with manuscript additions by Hodgkin.

'The crystal structure of creatine monohydrate' (with H. Mendel), Bibliog. 58, 1954.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.11-D.14  [n.d.]

'The crystal structure of creatine monohydrate' (with H. Mendel), Bibliog. 58, 1954.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.11  c1954

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

'The crystal structure of creatine monohydrate' (with H. Mendel), Bibliog. 58, 1954.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.12,D.13  c1954

2 folders

Contents:
Notes, diagrams, tables.

'The crystal structure of creatine monohydrate' (with H. Mendel), Bibliog. 58, 1954.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.14  c1954

Contents:
Brief correspondence.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.15  c1955

Contents:
'A crystallographic examination of the structure of morphine' (with M. Mackay), Bibliog. 63, 1955.
15pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.16  c1957

Contents:
'The structure of Vitamin B12. Part I. An outline of the crystallographic investigation of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 70, 1957.
43pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

'The structure of Vitamin B12. Part II. The crystal structure of a hexacarboxylic acid obtained by the degradation of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 71, 1959.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.17-D.21  [n.d.]

'The structure of Vitamin B12. Part II. The crystal structure of a hexacarboxylic acid obtained by the degradation of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 71, 1959.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.17  c1959

Contents:
Typescript drafts, incomplete, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

'The structure of Vitamin B12. Part II. The crystal structure of a hexacarboxylic acid obtained by the degradation of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 71, 1959.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.18  c1959

Contents:
Manuscript notes and drafts, incomplete.

'The structure of Vitamin B12. Part II. The crystal structure of a hexacarboxylic acid obtained by the degradation of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 71, 1959.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.19  c1959

Contents:
Data.

'The structure of Vitamin B12. Part II. The crystal structure of a hexacarboxylic acid obtained by the degradation of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 71, 1959.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.20  c 1959

Contents:
Figures.

'The structure of Vitamin B12. Part II. The crystal structure of a hexacarboxylic acid obtained by the degradation of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 71, 1959.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.21  c 1959

Contents:
Brief correspondence.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.22  c1961

Contents:
'J.D. Bernal', Bibliog. 79, 1961.
6pp. typescript; letter.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.23  c 1962

Contents:
'The structure of Vitamin B'12. Part IV. The x-ray analysis of air-dried crystals of Vitamin B12' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 81, 1962.
39pp typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.
2pp. Notes.
Brief correspondence re parts III, IV and V of this series of papers on the structure of vitamin B12.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.24  c1963

Contents:
'The crystal structure of phenoxymethyl-penicillin' (with S. Abrahamsson and E.N. Maslen), Bibliog. 83, 1963.
3pp. and 4pp. typescripts, incomplete. Manuscript additions by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.25  c1964

Contents:
'The relative position of independent molecules within the same asymmetric unit', Acta crystallogr., 17, 1964. Not listed in Bibliog.
15pp. typescript by Hodgkin, M.M. Harding, E. Coller, M.G. Rossman and D.M. Blow. Hodgkin does not appear as an author of the published paper.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.26  c1965

Contents:
'Die Röntgen - Strukturanalyse einiger biochemisch interessanter Moleküle', Bibliog. 93, 1965.
14pp. typescript.

'The structure of the corrin nucleus from x-ray analysis', Bibliog. 94, 1965.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.27-D.31  [n.d.]

'The structure of the corrin nucleus from x-ray analysis', Bibliog. 94, 1965.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.27  c1965

Contents:
12pp. and 11pp. typescripts, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.
3pp. Typescript of 'Postscript'.
1p. Manuscript draft.

'The structure of the corrin nucleus from x-ray analysis', Bibliog. 94, 1965.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.28  c1965

Contents:
Manuscript notes; data.

'The structure of the corrin nucleus from x-ray analysis', Bibliog. 94, 1965.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.29, D.30  c1965

2 folders.

Contents:
Figures

'The structure of the corrin nucleus from x-ray analysis', Bibliog. 94, 1965.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.31  c1965

Contents:
Brief correspondence.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.32  c1965

Contents:
'Vitamin B12', Bibliog. 95, 1965.
17pp. manuscript draft; 14pp. typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.33  c1966

Contents:
'The crystal structure of insulin II. An investigation of rhombohedral zinc insulins and a report of other crystalline forms' (in collaboration). Bibliog. 97, 1966.
27pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

'The crystal structure of insulin III. Evidence for a 2-fold axis in rhombohedral zinc insulin' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 98, 1966.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.34, D.35  [n.d.]

'The crystal structure of insulin III. Evidence for a 2-fold axis in rhombohedral zinc insulin' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 98, 1966.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.34  1963

Contents:
21pp. typescript

'The crystal structure of insulin III. Evidence for a 2-fold axis in rhombohedral zinc insulin' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 98, 1966.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.35  1963-1964

Contents:
7pp. Manuscript draft of section entitled, 'The translation function', dated '10.1.63', not by Hodgkin.
'Comments and suggestions on insulin III', dated '4.8.64', not by Hodgkin.
4pp. typescript of section on the translation function, headed 'Withdrawn', with marginal comments.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.36  c1967

Contents:
'A report on recent calculations on rhombohedral insulin crystals containing lead' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 100, 1967.
8pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.37  c1969

Contents:
'Crystalline modifications of ampicillin I. The trihydrate' (with D. Hall and M.N.G. James), Bibliog. 109, 1969.
11pp. typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.38  c1970

Contents:
'The crystal structure of insulin', Bibliog. 115, 1970.
9pp. typescript, with additions and corrections by Hodgkin; figures.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.39  c1970

Contents:
'The crystal structure of insulin. IV. X-ray analysis of 2 zinc insulin crystals at 2.8Å resolution', 1970. Not listed in Bibliog.
24pp. typescript, with note attached: 'This is an old (1970) account of the 2.8Å x-ray analysis of 2Zn insulin. This could perhaps be used as the basis for a paper.'

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.40  c1971

Contents:
'Atomic positions in rhombohedral 2-zinc insulin crystals' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 120, 1971.
2pp. typescript of summary entitled 'The crystal structure of insulin'.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.41  c1971

Contents:
Obituary of 'Professor J.D. Bernal', Bibliog. 121, 1971.
6pp. typescript, incomplete, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.
8pp. manuscript draft.
Newspaper cutting of obituary.
Brief correspondence.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.42  c1971


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94 F.46-NCUACS 17/3/94F.48.

Contents:
'Some characteristics of protein crystals', Bibliog. 127, 1971.
14pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.43  c1971


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94 F.60-NCUACS 47.3.94 F.62.

Contents:
'The crystal structure of rhombohedral 2-zinc insulin' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 128, 1971.
2pp. typescript; 9pp. data.
The paper was given at a symposium by J.F. Cutfield.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.44  c1971

Contents:
'The structure of a protein hormone, insulin', Contemp. Phys., 1971. Not listed in Bibliog.
24pp. typescript by Hodgkin, T.L. Blundell, E. Dodson, G.G. Dodson and M. Vijayan. Hodgkin does not appear as an author of the published paper.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.45  c1972

8 pp

Contents:
'The structure of large molecules', Bibliog. 135, 1972.
Typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.46  c1972

25 pp

Contents:
'The three dimensional atomic structure of insulin and its relationship to activity' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 136, 1972.
Typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.47  n.d

Contents:
Not used.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.48  n.d

10 pp

Contents:
'Chemical and biochemical studies of the tyrosine residues', latest bibliographical reference 1972. Not listed in Bibliog.
Typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.49  n.d

5 pp

Contents:
'Chemical and biochemical studies on the cystine disulphide groups', latest bibliographical reference 1972. Not listed in Bibliog.
Typescript, incomplete.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.50  n.d

13 pp

Contents:
'The three-dimensional structure of insulin and its reflection in the processes of the [beta] cell', latest bibliographical reference 1972. Not listed in Bibliog.
Typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.51  c 1973

16 pp

Contents:
'The structure of ferroverdin I. Monoclinic ferroverdin crystals' (with Sofia Candeloro de Sanctis), Bibliog. 142, 1973.
Proof.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.52  c 1973

12 pp

Contents:
'The structure of ferroverdin II. Rhombohedral ferroverdin crystals' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 143, 1973.
Proof.

'Crystal and molecular structure of 8, 12-diethyl-2, 3, 7, 13, 17, 18-hexamethylcorrole hydrobromide' (with B. Anderson and T.J. Bartczak), Bibliog. 147, 1974.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.53, D.54  [n.d.]

'Crystal and molecular structure of 8, 12-diethyl-2, 3, 7, 13, 17, 18-hexamethylcorrole hydrobromide' (with B. Anderson and T.J. Bartczak), Bibliog. 147, 1974.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.53  c1974

Contents:
10pp. typescript; figures; data.

'Crystal and molecular structure of 8, 12-diethyl-2, 3, 7,1 3, 17, 18-hexamethylcorrole hydrobromide' (with B. Anderson and T.J. Bartczak), Bibliog. 147, 1974.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.54  c1974

Contents:
Brief correspondence, includes referee's report.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.55  c1975

Contents:
'The crystal and molecular structure of rac-15-cyano-1, 2, 2, 7, 7, 12, 12-heptamethyl corrin hydrochloride' (with E.D. Edmond), Bibliog. 149, 1975.
14pp. proof.
Brief correspondence.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.56  c 1975

Contents:
'Work in China on the structure and function of insulin', Bibliog. 150, 1975.
3pp. typescript.
Brief correspondence.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.57-D.73  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the Royal Society to write the memoir of the x-ray crystallographer, Dame Kathleen Lonsdale, on her death in 1971.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.57, D.58  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript drafts, some incomplete, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin; reprint of memoir.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.59  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes; photographs.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.60  n.d

Contents:
Notebook.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.60A  n.d

Contents:
Exercise book.

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.61-D.67  [n.d.]

Contents:
Includes invitation from Royal Society to write memoir, extensive correspondence with Thomas Lonsdale, widower, requests for information and comments on drafts.

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.61  April-June 1971

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.62  July-December 1971

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.63  1972-73

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.64  1974

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.65  January-June 1975

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.66  July-December 1975

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.67  n.d

Contents:
Requests for reprints of memoir.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.68  n.d

Contents:
Obituaries, biographical articles about Lonsdale.

Lonsdale's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.69-D.73  [n.d.]

Lonsdale's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.69, D.70  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Miscellaneous notes, drafts, articles and photographs.

Lonsdale's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.71  n.d

Contents:
Autobiographical notes.

Lonsdale's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.72  1927-31, 1942-43

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).

Lonsdale's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.73  1949-52, 1959, 1968

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.74  c1976

Contents:
'The structure of insulin in 4-zinc insulin' (in collaboration), Bibliog. 152, 1976.
14pp. typescript; 4pp. typescript; letter.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.75  c1977

Contents:
'Growing points and sticking points in x-ray analysis', 1977. Not listed in Bibliog.
11pp. typescript.
Correspondence.

'Kathleen Lonsdale 1903-1971', Bibliog. 151, 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.76  c1977

Contents:
'The molecular basis of insulin action', Bibliog. 155, 1977.
11pp. typescript.
Correspondence.

'Crystallographic measurements and the structure of protein molecules as they are', Bibliog. 156, 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.77, D.78  [n.d.]

'Crystallographic measurements and the structure of protein molecules as they are', Bibliog. 156, 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.77  c 1979

Contents:
31pp. typescript; 15pp. typescript with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin; 5pp. manuscript draft.
Brief correspondence.

'Crystallographic measurements and the structure of protein molecules as they are', Bibliog. 156, 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.78  c 1979

Contents:
Manuscript notes

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.79  c1980

Contents:
'Sir Ernst Chain 1906-1979', Bibliog. 159, 1980.
3pp. typescript of obituary; 5pp. manuscript draft; letter.

'John Desmond Bernal 1901-1971', Bibliog. 160, 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.80-D.102  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the Royal Society to write the memoir of the x-ray crystallographer, J.D. Bernal, on his death in 1971.

'John Desmond Bernal 1901-1971', Bibliog. 160, 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.80  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts, many pages missing; figures.
Reprint of memoir.

Hodgkin's notes and background material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.81-D.84  [n.d.]

Hodgkin's notes and background material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.81  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes.

Hodgkin's notes and background material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.82  n.d

Contents:
Extracts from Bernal's diaries and notebooks.

Hodgkin's notes and background material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.83  n.d

Contents:
Photographs.

Hodgkin's notes and background material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.84  n.d

Contents:
'Eulogies to the Memory of Abraham Nunez Bernal', translated by V.V. Behar and sent to Bernal in 1940. This publication commemorates a Jewish martyr whose brother fled Spain in the seventeenth century to come to England, the first record of the name 'Bernal' in the British Isles.

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.85-D.90  [n.d.]

Contents:
Includes invitation from Royal Society to write memoir, requests for information and comments on drafts.

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.85  1971-73

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.86  1974-75

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.87  1976-79

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.88  1980-81, nd

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.89  1971-81

Contents:
Correspondence with Eileen Bernal, widow, Includes recollections by Bernal's former colleagues, sent to Hodgkin by Eileen Bernal.
Photographs.

Correspondence.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.90  1966-89

Contents:
Miscellaneous other correspondence

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.91-D.102  [n.d.]

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.91  n.d

Contents:
Autobiographical.

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.92  n.d

Contents:
Bibliographical.

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.93, D.94  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Miscellaneous typescripts, transcripts and articles.

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.95  1930-37

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
W.T. Astbury

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.96  1961, 1962

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
K. Boll-Dornberger

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.97  1930, 1934-40, 1942, 1965, 1967

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
W.L. Bragg

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.98  nd

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
I. Fankuchen

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.99  1923, 1927, 1937

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
A. Hutchinson

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.100  1937

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
M.F. Perutz

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.101  1932, 1933

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
O.Rosenheim

Bernal's own material.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.102  1927-39, 1960-70

Contents:
Correspondence (photocopies).
Miscellaneous correspondence

'John Desmond Bernal 1901-1971', Bibliog. 160  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.103  n.d

Contents:
'H NMR study of the peptide antibiotic thiostrepton' (in collaboration), latest bibliographical reference 1981. Not listed in Bibliog.
29pp typescript.
Figures.

'John Desmond Bernal 1901-1971', Bibliog. 160  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.104  n.d

Contents:
'X-ray and neutron diffraction studies of the crystal and molecular structure of the predominant monocarboxylic acid obtained by the mild acid hydrolysis of cyanocobalamin', Bibliog. 168, 1984.
13pp. typescript, entitled 'A neutron diffraction analysis of the predominant monocarboxylic acid obtained by the mild acid hydrolysis of cyanobalamin', with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

'John Desmond Bernal 1901-1971', Bibliog. 160  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.105  n.d

Contents:
'Röntgenoskopie und Elektronenoskopie von dispersen Systemen, Faden, Filmen und Grenz schichten'.
2pp. typescript (in English) of review of article in German by W. Ostwald, [1930s].
'The calculation of 3-dimensional structure factors and electron density for hexagonal and trigonal space groups', nd. Not listed in Bibliog.
9pp. typescript.

Reprints  [no ref. or date]

Arrangement: Arranged chronologically.


Contents:
Incomplete set of Hodgkin's reprints.

Reprints  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.106  1932-66

Reprints  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.107  1967-88

Lists of publications  [no ref. or date]

Lists of publications  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.108  n.d

Contents:
Hodgkin's publications (to 1976).
Reprints (to 1983).

Lists of publications  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.109  n.d

Contents:
Hodgkin's collaborators' publications: M.J. Adams, D.M. Blow, E. Dodson, G.G. Dodson, P. Eagles.

Editorial correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically by publisher or journal title.


Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.110  1942-47

Contents:
Academic Press
Correspondence re article entitled 'X-ray crystallography and sterol structure' which Hodgkin wrote for Vitamins and Hormones, Volume II, Bibliog. 38.

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.111  1959, 1961, 1973

Contents:
Academic Press
Miscellaneous shorter correspondence.

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.112  1946-48, 1959, 1991

Contents:
Annual Review of Biochemistry
Hodgkin contributed a chapter on x-ray crystallography for the 1948 Annual Review, Bibliog. 45, and agreed to write an introductory chapter to the 1993 Annual Review.
Correspondence.

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.113  1934, 1961, 1963.

Contents:
The Chemical Society
Brief correspondence re referees' reports

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.114  1949-1951

Contents:
The Chemical Society
Correspondence re Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.115  1966-67

Contents:
The Clarendon Press
Hodgkin was asked to advise on an edition of 'Data for Biochemical Research'.

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.116  1956-57, 1964, 1966, 1971

Contents:
Nature
Correspondence re letters on vitamin B12, 1956-57.
Correspondence re writing obituaries, 1964, 1971.
Correspondence re permission to reproduce figures, 1966.

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.117  1971, 1977

Contents:
The Royal Society
Letter re publication, 1971.
Correspondence re submission of paper to the Royal Society by Hodgkin on behalf of D. Rogers, 1977.

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.118  n.d

Contents:
Not used.

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.119-D.125  1934-91

Contents:
Invitations to write, requests for advice.

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.119  1934, 1937

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.120  1944-49

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.121  1951, 1956-59

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.122  1960-61, 1964-67

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.123  1970-74

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.124  1976-78

Miscellaneous shorter correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.125  1980-81, 1983-91

LECTURES  [no ref. or date]


Related information: For Hodgkin's lectures on non-scientific topics, see NCUACS 47.3.94 G.158, NCUACS 47.3.94 G.160, NCUACS 47.3.94 G.167-NCUACS 47.3.94 G.171. For her Nobel Prize lecture, see NCUACS 47.3.94 A.77-NCUACS 47.3.94 A.79.

Drafts  [no ref. or date]

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.126  1960-1965

Contents:
'Molecules in crystals', [Royal Society] Tercentenary Lecture, Beveridge Hall, University of London, 23 July 1960. Bibliog. 75.
17pp. typescript; 27pp. manuscript draft; newspaper cutting re lecture.
Founders' Memorial Lecture, Girton College, Cambridge, 1962.
2pp. manuscript draft.
Letter re arrangements.
Lecture on x-ray techniques and the structure of large molecules, 1965.
9pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.127  c1968

Contents:
'X-rays and organic chemistry', Humphry Davy Lecture, Royal Institute of Chemistry, 22 November 1968.
Correspondence re arrangements.
16pp. typescript, incomplete.
Correspondence re publication of lecture.

'Botany and crystallography', The Chemical Society Hugo Muller Lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.128-D.133  [n.d.]

Contents:
Swansea, 3 February 1969; London, 13 February 1969; Canterbury, 12 March 1969; Reading, 17 March 1969.

'Botany and crystallography', The Chemical Society Hugo Muller Lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.128  c1969

Contents:
16pp. typescript.
Manuscript notes.

'Botany and crystallography', The Chemical Society Hugo Muller Lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.129  c1969

Contents:
Correspondence with The Chemical Society re arrangements.
Brief correspondence re possible publication of lecture.

'Botany and crystallography', The Chemical Society Hugo Muller Lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.130  c1969

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for Swansea lecture.
Brief correspondence arising.

'Botany and crystallography', The Chemical Society Hugo Muller Lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.131  c1969

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for London lecture.
Brief correspondence arising.

'Botany and crystallography', The Chemical Society Hugo Muller Lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.132  c1969

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for Canterbury lecture.
Brief correspondence arising.

'Botany and crystallography', The Chemical Society Hugo Muller Lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.133  c1969

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for Reading lecture.
Brief correspondence arising.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.134  c1969

Contents:
'Birkbeck, Science and History', The First Bernal Lecture, Birkbeck College, London, 23 October 1969. Bibliog. 112.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Reprint; 'Introductory remarks by Lord Blackett'.
Brief correspondence arising.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.135  1971

Contents:
'X-ray analysis and the structure of insulin'
9pp. typescript.

'Insulin: chemistry and biochemistry', The Bakerian Lecture of the Royal Society, London, 15 June 1972. Bibliog. 144.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.136-D.139  [n.d.]

'Insulin: chemistry and biochemistry', The Bakerian Lecture of the Royal Society, London, 15 June 1972. Bibliog. 144.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.136  c1972

Contents:
25pp. typescript; 21pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.
Summary of lecture.

'Insulin: chemistry and biochemistry', The Bakerian Lecture of the Royal Society, London, 15 June 1972. Bibliog. 144.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.137  c1972

Contents:
26pp. manuscript draft; 6pp. manuscript draft.

'Insulin: chemistry and biochemistry', The Bakerian Lecture of the Royal Society, London, 15 June 1972. Bibliog. 144.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.138  c1972

Contents:
Manuscript notes.

'Insulin: chemistry and biochemistry', The Bakerian Lecture of the Royal Society, London, 15 June 1972. Bibliog. 144.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.139  c1972

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Brief correspondence arising.

'Cecil Frank Powell', Bristol, 1972.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.140, D.141  [n.d.]

Cecil Frank Powell', Bristol, 1972.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.140  c1972

Contents:
15pp. typescript; 13pp. manuscript draft; manuscript notes.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Photograph of Powell sent to Hodgkin by Isobel Powell, widow.

'Cecil Frank Powell', Bristol, 1972.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.141  c1972

Contents:
Miscellaneous background material.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.142  c1973

Contents:
John Snow Memorial Lecture, Association of Anaesthetists, Bristol, 28 September 1973.
2pp. manuscript draft; manuscript notes.
Menu, with list of past lectures.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Brief correspondence arising.

'Varieties of insulin', The Sir Henry Dale Lecture, Society for Endocrinology. London, 30 May 1974. Bibliog. 146.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.143, D.144  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin also received the Dale Medal for 1974 on the same occasion.

'Varieties of insulin', The Sir Henry Dale Lecture, Society for Endocrinology. London, 30 May 1974. Bibliog. 146.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.143  c1974

Contents:
17pp. typescript; 2pp. proof of biographical sketch of Hodgkin.

'Varieties of insulin', The Sir Henry Dale Lecture, Society for Endocrinology. London, 30 May 1974. Bibliog. 146.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.144  c1974

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising, re publication of lecture.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.145  30 October 1974

Contents:
'What should we learn: problems and experiences', Bristol Education Department
11pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.146  c 1976

Contents:
'The structure of insulin and its biological activity', The Banting Memorial Lecture, British Diabetic Association, Guildford, September 1976.
3pp. typescript; 5pp. manuscript draft.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising, includes correspondence re publication of lecture.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.147  c1977


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94 A.132.

Contents:
'Insulin molecules - answers and questions', Gold Medal Lecture, Royal Society of Medicine, 15 February 1977.
13pp. typescript; 3pp. manuscript draft.
Correspondence arising re publication of lecture.

'Discoveries and their uses', Presidential Address, British Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Bath, 4 September 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.148, D.149  [n.d.]

'Discoveries and their uses', Presidential Address, British Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Bath, 4 September 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.148  c1978

Contents:
14pp. typescript; 20pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.
Manuscript notes; background material.

'Discoveries and their uses', Presidential Address, British Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Bath, 4 September 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.149  c1978


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94 NCUACS 47.3.94 E.54-E.56.

Contents:
Correspondence arising.

'Crystallography and chemistry in the first hundred years of Somerville College', James Bryce Memorial Lecture, Somerville College, Oxford, 2 March 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.150-D.153  [n.d.]

'Crystallography and chemistry in the first hundred years of Somerville College', James Bryce Memorial Lecture, Somerville College, Oxford, 2 March 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.150  c1979

Contents:
15pp. typescript; 22pp. manuscript draft.

'Crystallography and chemistry in the first hundred years of Somerville College', James Bryce Memorial Lecture, Somerville College, Oxford, 2 March 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.151  c1979

Contents:
Manuscript notes.

'Crystallography and chemistry in the first hundred years of Somerville College', James Bryce Memorial Lecture, Somerville College, Oxford, 2 March 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.152  c1979

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Brief correspondence arising.

'Crystallography and chemistry in the first hundred years of Somerville College', James Bryce Memorial Lecture, Somerville College, Oxford, 2 March 1979.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.153  c1979

Contents:
Miscellaneous background material.

'Microcosm: the world as seen by John Desmond Bernal', J.D. Bernal Memorial Lecture, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 28 October 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.154, D.155  [n.d.]

'Microcosm: the world as seen by John Desmond Bernal', J.D. Bernal Memorial Lecture, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 28 October 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.154  c1980

Contents:
17pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin; 1p. abstract.
References; figures; photographs.

'Microcosm: the world as seen by John Desmond Bernal', J.D. Bernal Memorial Lecture, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 28 October 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.155  c1980

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising, includes transcript of interview with Radio Eireann re Bernal.

'Moments of discovery', The Dalton Lecture, Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, February 1981. Bibliog. 163.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.156-D.158  [n.d.]

'Moments of discovery', The Dalton Lecture, Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, February 1981. Bibliog. 163.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.156  c1981

Contents:
16pp typescript; 13pp. typescript, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.

'Moments of discovery', The Dalton Lecture, Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, February 1981. Bibliog. 163  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.157  c1981

Contents:
16pp. manuscript draft; manuscript notes.

'Moments of discovery', The Dalton Lecture, Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, February 1981. Bibliog. 163.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.158  c1981

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Brief correspondence arising.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.159  17 August 1981

Contents:
'Insulin in crystals', Ottawa
8pp. typescript; 7pp. manuscript draft.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.160  c1983

Contents:
Speech at Women of the Year Luncheon, London, 17 October 1983.
3pp. manuscript draft.
Letter re arrangements; programme, list of guests.
Letter arising.

'Marie Curie'. Service of Commemoration to mark the 50th Anniversary of the death of Marie Curie, Westminster Abbey, 3 July 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.161, D.162  [n.d.]

'Marie Curie'. Service of Commemoration to mark the 50th Anniversary of the death of Marie Curie, Westminster Abbey, 3 July 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.161  c1984

Contents:
Typescript and manuscript drafts.

'Marie Curie'. Service of Commemoration to mark the 50th Anniversary of the death of Marie Curie, Westminster Abbey, 3 July 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.162  c1984

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising; souvenir brochure; photographs.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.163  c1989

Contents:
'New frontiers in biomolecular research', Inauguration of the Krebs Institute for Biomolecular Research, Sheffield, 21 April 1989.
3pp. typescript.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme.
Brief correspondence arising.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.164  n.d

Contents:
'Crystallographic investigation of complex organic compounds', nd.
10pp. manuscript draft, heavily amended by Hodgkin.
'Insulin, its structure and biological activity', nd.
7pp. typescript.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.165  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous untitled drafts.

Drafts  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.166, D.167  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Miscellaneous unidentified lecture notes.

Invitations to lecture  [no ref. or date]

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.168  1942, 1948, 1950, 1956-57

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.169  1961-64

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.170  1965 January-August

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.171  1965 October-December

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.172  1966 January-June

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.173  1966 July-December

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.174  1967 January-June

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.175  1967 July-December

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.176  1968 January-June

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.177  1968 July-December

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.178  1969 January-April

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.179  1969 June-November

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.180  1970 January-June

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.181  1970 July-December

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.182  1971

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.183  1972 January-July

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.184  1972 August-November

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.185  1973

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.186  1974

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.187  1975

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.188  1976 January-May

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.189  1976 September-December

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.190  1977

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.191  1978

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.192  1979

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.193  1980, 1982-85

Invitations to lecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.194  1987-88, 1990

BROADCASTS  [no ref. or date]

BROADCASTS  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.195  nd

Contents:
'Schools Broadcast'.
Manuscript draft

Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.196-D.198  [n.d.]

Contents:
Most correspondence is with the BBC, chiefly about radio interviews. There is also some material relating to ITV, overseas television companies and independent film companies.

Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.196  1959-60, 1965-69

Contents:
Correspondence with BBC.

Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.197  1971-74, 1977-78, 1984-86, 1988, nd

Contents:
Correspondence with BBC

Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.198  1948-1990

Contents:
Correspondence with other companies, 1948, 1969, 1971, 1975-77, 1984, 1988-90.

ADDENDUM  [no ref. or date]

Arrangement: Publications material received too late to present in main chronological sequence at NCUACS 47.3.94 D.1-NCUACS 47.3.94 D.105


ADDENDUM  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.199  c1991

Contents:
'Memories of Sir Lawrence Bragg', Bibliog. 172, 1991.
4pp. manuscript draft, not all in Hodgkin's hand; 4pp. typescript.
4pp. typescript by J.D. Dunitz on 'Encounters with Bragg'.
Correspondence; review.

ADDENDUM  NCUACS 47.3.94/D.200  c1991

Contents:
'Angles on crystal faces. Appreciation: 'Tiny' Powell', Bibliog. 173, 1991.
Photocopy of newspaper cutting.
Two typescript drafts, with manuscript additions and corrections.

SECTION E SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.1-E.193  [n.d.]

Contents:
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.1 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR X-RAY AND ELECTRON DIFFRACTION
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.2-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.4 BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY REVIEW BODY
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.5-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.46 BRISTOL UNIVERSITY
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.47-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.57 BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.58, NCUACS 47.3.94 E.59 BRITISH CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.60, NCUACS 47.3.94 E.61 BRITISH SOCIETY FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN SCIENCE
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.62 CANADIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.63-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.67 CHEMICAL SOCIETY
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.68 COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.69 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.70 INDIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.71-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.99 INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.100-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.176 INTERNATIONAL UNION OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.177 ROYAL INSTITUTION
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.178 ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.179-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.193 ROYAL SOCIETY

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR X-RAY AND ELECTRON DIFFRACTION  [no ref.]  1944-49

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR X-RAY AND ELECTRON DIFFRACTION  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.1  1944, 1947, 1949

Contents:
Circulars re meetings

BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY REVIEW BODY  [no ref.]  1972-73

Administrative history:
The Review Body, to which Hodgkin was appointed, was established 'to consider the role, constitution and functioning of the University of Birmingham and to make recommendations to Council for any desirable change' (NCUACS 47.3.94 E.4). The Review Body reported in September 1972.

BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY REVIEW BODY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.2  November 1972-February 1973

Contents:
Brief correspondence
'Presentation of the Report of the Review Body by its Chairman the Rt. Hon. Jo Grimond, M.P.'

BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY REVIEW BODY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.3  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin.

BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY REVIEW BODY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.4  [n.d.]

1 box.

Contents:
Background material.

BRISTOL UNIVERSITY  [no ref.]  1970-89


Related information: For material re her appointment and retirement see NCUACS 47.3.94 A.113-NCUACS 47.3.94 A.116, NCUACS 47.3.94 A.154.

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was elected Chancellor of Bristol University in 1970 and played an active role both within the University and in the city of Bristol. She retired in 1988.

Contents:
The material re presented as follows:
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.5-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.19 General papers and correspondence
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.20-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.26 Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.27-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.31 Drafts of speeches at degree congregations
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.32-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.39 Department of Architecture
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.40-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.44 Appeals
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.45, NCUACS 47.3.94 E.46 Miscellaneous

General papers and correspondence  [no ref.]  1971-89

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.5  1971

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.6  1972

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.7  1973

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.8  1974

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.9  1975

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.10  1976

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.11  1977-81

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.12  1982

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.13  1983

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.14  1984-85

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.15  1986

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.16  1987

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.17  1988 January-June

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.18  1988 July-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.19  1989, nd

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  [no ref.]  1970-90

Administrative history:
Sir Alec Merrison was Vice-Chancellor when Hodgkin became Chancellor; he was succeeded by Sir John Kingman in 1984.

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.20  1970-72

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.21  1973-75

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.22  1976-78

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.23  1983-84

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.24  1985-86

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.25  1987

Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.26  1988-90

Drafts of speeches at degree congregations  [no ref.]  1971-87

Drafts of speeches at degree congregations  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.27  1971, 1981-82

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts

Drafts of speeches at degree congregations  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.28  1983-85, 1987

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts
Includes photograph of Hodgkin conferring honorary degree on unidentified recipient.

Drafts of speeches at degree congregations  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.29, E.30  nd

2 folders

Contents:
Manuscript drafts

Drafts of speeches at degree congregations  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.31  nd

Contents:
Miscellaneous shorter manuscript notes and drafts

Department of Architecture  [no ref.]  1981-85

Administrative history:
In 1981 cuts in university expenditure threatened with closure the Department's of Architecture. Despite Hodgkin's support for the Department's efforts to remain open, it closed in 1984.

Contents:
The general papers and correspondence also includes some material re the establishment of the Bristol Centre for the Advancement of Architecture. The Centre, of which Hodgkin was a patron, was set up independently in the city as a response to the closure of the university department.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.32-E.38  1981-85

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.32  1981-1982 April

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.33  1982 July-October

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.34  1982 November

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.35  1982 December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.36  1983

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.37  1984-85

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.38  nd

Department of Architecture  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.39  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin re Department of Architecture.

Appeals  [no ref.]  1979-88

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re appeals by individuals to Hodgkin as Chancellor.

Appeals  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.40  1979-1980 April

Appeals  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.41  1980 May-December, 1984

Appeals  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.42-E.44  1988

3 folders.

Miscellaneous  [no ref.]  1971-72, 1982-83, 1987

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.45  1971-1972

Contents:
Correspondence re the Salvation Army, 1971-72.
Hodgkin was Vice-President of the Bristol Salvation Army Men's Social Services Appeals Committee.

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.46  1982-1987

Contents:
International Centre for Child Studies, 1982-83, 1987.
The Centre was established in 1982 in conjunction with Bristol University. Hodgkin was a Patron.
Brief correspondence.
Newspaper articles re Centre.

BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE  [no ref.]  1977-79


Related information: For material re her appointment see NCUACS 47.3.94 A.134.

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was President of the British Association for the Advancement of Science for the year 1977-78 and presided at the Annual Meeting held in Bath in September 1978.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.47-E.50  1977-79, 1988

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.47  1977 January-July

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.48  1977 September-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.49  1978 January-June

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.50  1978 July-1979, 1988, nd

Miscellaneous Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.51-E.53  1977-79

Miscellaneous Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.51, E.52  1977-78

Contents:
Minutes
This incomplete sequence includes minutes of the General Committee, Policy Committee, Finance and Staff Committee and Council.

Miscellaneous committee papers.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.51  1977

Miscellaneous committee papers.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.52  1978

Miscellaneous committee papers.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.53  1977-79

Contents:
Membership lists of General Committee

British Association Annual Meeting, Bath, 4-8 September 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.54-E.56  [n.d.]

British Association Annual Meeting, Bath, 4-8 September 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.54  c1978

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.
Memorabilia; photographs.

British Association Annual Meeting, Bath, 4-8 September 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.55  c1978

Contents:
Final programme; addendum to final programme.
'Outline of President's and Officers' Engagements'.

British Association Annual Meeting, Bath, 4-8 September 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.56  c1978

Contents:
Committee papers.

BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.57  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers re general policy.

BRITISH CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION (BCA)  [no ref.]  1980-91

Administrative history:
The British Crystallographic Association was established in 1982. Hodgkin was invited to become Vice-President at its foundation and served on the Council of the BCA from 1982.

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.58, E.59  1980-91

Contents:
Include minutes of meetings held to discuss the formation of the BCA.

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.58  1980-81

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.59  1982, 1984, 1989-91, nd

Contents:
Includes manuscript notes re penicillin research for BCA meeting.

BRITISH SOCIETY FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN SCIENCE  [no ref.]  1968-73

Administrative history:
The Society was founded in 1969 in the belief that the development of science 'should depend upon the social choices of the community and the personal choices of the scientist' (NCUACS 47.3.94 E.60).

BRITISH SOCIETY FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN SCIENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.60  1968-69, 1971

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers and correspondence

BRITISH SOCIETY FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN SCIENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.61  1972-73, nd

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers and correspondence

CANADIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY  [no ref.]  1988

CANADIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.62  1977-88

Contents:
Results of Survey of Women Faculty by the Society's Equal Opportunities Committee

CHEMICAL SOCIETY  [no ref.]  1947-91

Administrative history:
Hodgkin became a Fellow of the Chemical Society in 1931, becoming a Life Fellow in 1971. In 1972 the Chemical Society amalgamated with the Royal Institute of Chemistry, later becoming the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Hodgkin was Vice-President of the Chemical Society 1969-72.

CHEMICAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.63  1947, 1966-67

Contents:
General papers and correspondence
Includes correspondence re possible participation of Chinese scientists in Chemical Society Symposium, 1967.

CHEMICAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.64  1968-70

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

CHEMICAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.65  1971-72

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

CHEMICAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.66  1973-74

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

CHEMICAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.67  1977-78, 1982, 1991

Contents:
General papers and correspondence
Includes Newsletter for women members of the Royal Society of Chemistry re The Dorothy Hodgkin Symposium on 'Crystallography', 9 April 1991.

COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE AND SOCIETY  [no ref.]  1973-75

Administrative history:
The Council for Science and Society was established in 1973 with the aim of promoting 'the study of, and research into, the social effects of scientific and technological development, and to disseminate the results to the public'. Hodgkin served on the Council 1973-75.

COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE AND SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.68  1973-75

Contents:
General papers and correspondence
Includes reprint of article in Nature on 'A Corporate Conscience for the Scientific Community?' and a list of Council members.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE  [no ref.]  1982-83

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.69  1982-1983

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re funding for higher education, level of financial support for students and limitations on student numbers in universities, 1982-83. Includes correspondence with Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister, and Sir Keith Joseph, Secretary of State for Education.
Manuscript and typescript notes; newspaper cutting.

INDIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES  [no ref.]  1983-85

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was made a Foreign Member of the Academy in 1972.

INDIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.70  1983-1988

Contents:
Brief correspondence 1983-84, 1988;list of members of Council.
Newsletters 1984-85.

INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS  [no ref.]  1941-80

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was a member of the Institute of Physics for many years, and was particularly associated with the work of the Institute's X-ray Analysis Group.

Contents:
The material is presented as follows:
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.71, NCUACS 47.3.94 E.72 General papers and correspondence
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.73-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.98 X-ray Analysis Group
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.99 Crystallography Group

General papers and correspondence  [no ref.]  1941-73

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.71  1941, 1943-46, 1949, 1952

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.72  1969, 1971, 1973

Contents:
Includes brief correspondence re publication.

X-ray Analysis Group  [no ref.]  1943-69

Administrative history:
The X-ray Analysis Group was established in 1943 to 'provide a meeting ground for those interested in the theory and practical applications of X-ray diffraction' (NCUACS 47.3.94 E.73). Hodgkin was elected to the committee in 1944; she also sat on the Fourier Service Panel, which discussed methods of crystallographic calculations.

Contents:
Conferences were held regularly by the Group, and material relating to them is to be found in the chronological sequence of papers and correspondence NCUACS 47.3.94 NCUACS 47.3.94 E. 73-E.98.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.73-E.88  1943-69

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.73  1943-44

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.74  1945 January-August

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.75  1945 October-December

Contents:
Includes minutes of the first meeting of the Barker Committee which met to discuss the publication of the Barker Index, reference tables which would facilitate the identification of the surface of a crystal in conjunction with measurement and geometrical analysis.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.76  1946 January-May

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.77  1946 June-July

Contents:
Includes extensive correspondence re conference on 'X-ray analysis during the war years'.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.78  1946 August-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.79  1947

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.80  1948 January-March

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.81  1948 April-November

Contents:
Includes correspondence re crystallographic nomenclature, report on the collection of crystallographic data.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.82  1949

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.83  1950 March-July

Contents:
Includes list of members of the X-ray Analysis Group.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.84  1950 September-November

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.85  1951

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.86  1952

Contents:
Includes Institute of Physics Bulletin on the celebration of the fortieth anniversary of the discovery of x-ray diffraction.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.87  1953

Contents:
Includes material re International Tables for Crystal Structure Determination.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.88  1966-67, 1969

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.89-E.97  1943-53

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.89  1943-44

Contents:
Includes minutes of the first meeting of the Committee of the X-ray Analysis Group (which Hodgkin did not attend).

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.90  1945

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.91  1946

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.92  1947

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.93  1948

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.94  1950

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.95  1951

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.96  1952

Committee papers  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.97  1953

X-ray Analysis Group  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.98  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin re X-ray Analysis Group.

Crystallography Group  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The bulk of the material dates from Hodgkin's Presidency and from the period that immediately followed. There is also a record of her attendance at IUCr Congresses. The material is presented as follows:
NCUACS 47.3.94 NCUACS 47.3.94 E.100-E.120 General papers and correspondence
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.121-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.152A Congresses
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.153-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.168 Executive Committee
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.169-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.176 Miscellaneous

Crystallography Group  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.99  1979-80

Contents:
Newsletters

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (IUCr)  [no ref.]  1947-1993

Administrative history:
The International Union of Crystallography, inspired by pre-Second World War international co-operation between crystallographers, held its first Congress and General Assembly at Harvard University in 1948. The aims of the IUCr, as laid out in its statutes (NCUACS 47.3.94 E.123), were: to promote international co-operation in crystallography; to promote the publication of crystallographic research and of crystallographic works; to facilitate the standardisation of methods and of units in crystallography; and to form a focus for the relationship of crystallography to other sciences, through the IUCr's membership of the International Council of Scientific Unions.
Hodgkin was a participant in every Congress from 1948 to 1993. At the Kyoto Congress in 1972 she was elected President of the Union, a post she held until the Amsterdam Congress three years later. As President Hodgkin acted as chairman of the General Assembly and of the Executive Committee, as the legal representative of the Union, and as the supreme representative of the IUCr in dealing with other bodies. She served on the Executive Committee of the IUCr from 1969 until 1978, after which she was not eligible for re-election.

General papers and correspondence  [no ref.]  1971-86, 1993

Contents:
This chronological sequence includes photocopied material re IUCr commissions sent to Hodgkin for information.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.100  1971-72

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.101  1973 January

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.102  1973 February

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.103  1973 March-April

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.104  1973 May

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.105  1973 June-July

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.106  1973 August-September

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.107  1973 October-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.108  1974 January-February

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.109  1974 March-June

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.110  1974 July-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.111  1975 January

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.112  1975 February-March

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.113  1975 April-June

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.114  1975 July-September

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.115  1975 October-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.116  1976 January-May

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.117  1976 August-November

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.118  1977 January-July

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.119  1977 September-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.120  1978-86, 1993

Congresses  [no ref.]  1948-90

First General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Harvard University, 28 July - 3 August 1948.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.121-E.124  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a paper on 'Recent Work on Complex Organic Compounds'.

First General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Harvard University, 28 July - 3 August 1948.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.121  1947-1948

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, August 1947 - April 1948.
Provisional list and final list of non-American participants.
Programme.

First General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Harvard University, 28 July - 3 August 1948.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.122  1948

Contents:
Abstracts of papers given at Congress.

First General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Harvard University, 28 July - 3 August 1948.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.123  c1948

Contents:
General Assembly.
Delegates to the General Assembly were nominated by the National Academies of countries adhering to the IUCr; all crystallographers could attend the Congress.
Agenda; notes on the agenda.
Minutes.
Appendices. These are reports by the Provisional Commissions that had been set up to investigate areas of particular crystallographic importance. Hodgkin was a member of the Commission on Crystallographic Data (NCUACS 47.3.94 E.173).

First General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Harvard University, 28 July - 3 August 1948.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.124  c1948

Contents:
Photograph of delegates (identified by key).
Newspaper article.

Second General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Stockholm, 27 June - 3 July 1951.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.125, E.126  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a paper on 'The examination of the crystal structure of vitamin B12'.

Second General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Stockholm, 27 June - 3 July 1951.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.125  1951

Contents:
List of participants.
'General Information'.

Second General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Stockholm, 27 June - 3 July 1951.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.126  1951

Contents:
Programme.
Abstracts of papers given at Congress.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.127  c1954

Contents:
Third General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Paris, 21-28 July 1954.
Letter re arrangements.
Agenda for the General Assembly; notes on the agenda.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.128  c1957

Contents:
Fourth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Montreal, 10-17 July 1957.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.129  c1960

Administrative history:
Hodgkin chaired a session on Proteins and Related Compounds. A paper on 'X-ray studies on the structure of insulin', which she co-authored, was also given.

Contents:
Fifth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Cambridge, England, 15-24 August 1960.
Letter re arrangements, with attached letters of invitation to Chinese and Russian crystallographers.
Circular re revision of By-Laws.
Programme.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.130  c1963

Contents:
Sixth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Rome, 9-18 September 1963.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising, re non-participation of East German crystallographers.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.131  c1966

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a paper at the Congress, after which she and her husband, Thomas, travelled through central Asia.

Contents:
Seventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Moscow, 11-22 July 1966.
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes of journey through central Asia.
Correspondence arising.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.132  c1969

Contents:
Eighth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Stony Brook, New York, August 1969.
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re possible Chinese participation.

Ninth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Kyoto, 26 August - 7 September 1972  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.133, E.134  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Before the Congress Hodgkin visited China (NCUACS 47.3.94 F.68-NCUACS 47.3.94 F.71); she gave a special lecture at Kyoto on 'Crystallographic Work on Insulin in China'.

Ninth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Kyoto, 26 August - 7 September 1972  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.133  c1973

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes letter and questions sent to Hodgkin re interview, with her manuscript notes.
Correspondence arising, October 1973.

Ninth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Kyoto, 26 August - 7 September 1972  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.134  n.d

Contents:
'Agenda for Joint Meeting of Old and New Members of Executive Committee'. With manuscript notes by Hodgkin.
3pp. manuscript draft by Hodgkin; manuscript notes ?re history of the IUCr.
Newsletter. Includes interview with Hodgkin.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.135-E.141  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
The congress marked the end of Hodgkin's Presidency of the IUCr.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.135  1973 April, 1973 October-1974 January

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, Includes correspondence re writing a history of the IUCr and re organising a special session of the congress to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the founding meeting in London.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.136  1974 May-December

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re writing a history of the IUCr and re organising a special session of the congress to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the founding meeting in London.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.137  1975 January-March

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re writing a history of the IUCr and re organising a special session of the congress to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the founding meeting in London.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.138  1975 May-July

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re writing a history of the IUCr and re organising a special session of the congress to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the founding meeting in London.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.139  August 1975-February 1976

Contents:
Correspondence arising, Includes notes on a report of the congress, correspondence re election of new officers of the IUCr.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.140  n.d

Contents:
'Agenda and Appendices to the Agenda of the Tenth General Assembly'.

Tenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Amsterdam, 7-15 August 1975  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.141  n.d

Contents:
2pp. manuscript draft by Hodgkin, probably of Presidential address.
14pp. typescript by P.P. Ewald on 'The Development of the "New Crystallography" and of its Union'.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.142-E.148  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin chaired a plenary lecture by T.L. Blundell on 'X-ray studies of the structure and organisation of biologically important proteins'.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.142  1974 June-December

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re possibility of holding the congress in India.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.143  1975 January-March

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re possibility of holding the congress in India.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.144  1975 April-August

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re possibility of holding the congress in India.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.145  1978 January-February

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes correspondence re possibility of holding the congress in India.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.146  n.d

Contents:
Programme.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.147  n.d

Contents:
Report; list of participants; memorabilia.

Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw, 3-12 August 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.148  n.d

Contents:
'Agenda and Appendices to the Agenda of the Eleventh General Assembly'.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.149  c1981

Contents:
Twelfth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Ottawa, 16-25 August 1981.
Hodgkin presented the Congress Discourse at the Opening Ceremony. She spoke on 'Insulin in Crystals'.
Letter re arrangements; programme.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.150  c 1984

Contents:
Thirteenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Hamburg, 9-18 August 1984.
Letter of invitation only.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.151  c1987

Contents:
Fourteenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Perth, Western Australia, 12-20 August 1987.
Agenda of the General Assembly, with appendices.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.152  c1990

Contents:
Fifteenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr,Bordeaux, 19-28 July 1990.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Programme.

Congresses  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.152A  1989

Contents:
Sixteenth General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Beijing, September 1993.
One letter only, 1989, re IUCr Executive Committee's proposal to postpone the Congress until 1996 in the aftermath of the Tiananmen Square shooting in Beijing.

Executive Committee  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.153-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.163 General papers and correspondence
NCUACS 47.3.94 E.164-NCUACS 47.3.94 E.168 Minutes and agendas.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.153-E.163  1970-84

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.153  1970-71

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.154  1972

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.155  1973 January-June

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.156  1973 July-November

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.157  1974 January-June

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.158  1974 July-September

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.159  1974 October-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.160  1975

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.161  1976-77

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.162  1978-79

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.163  1984, nd

Minutes and agendas  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.164-E.168  1971-78

Minutes and agendas  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.164  1971, 1974

Minutes and agendas  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.165  1975

Minutes and agendas  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.166  1977

Minutes and agendas  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.167, E.168  1978

2 folders.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Acta Crystallographica (the journal of the IUCr), Miscellaneous papers and correspondence, 1947-75.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.169-E.172  [n.d.]

Acta Crystallographica (the journal of the IUCr), Miscellaneous papers and correspondence, 1947-75.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.169  1947-50

Acta Crystallographica (the journal of the IUCr), Miscellaneous papers and correspondence, 1947-75.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.170  1971-72

Acta Crystallographica (the journal of the IUCr), Miscellaneous papers and correspondence, 1947-75.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.171  1973

Acta Crystallographica (the journal of the IUCr), Miscellaneous papers and correspondence, 1947-75.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.172  1975

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.173  1950

Contents:
Brief correspondence only re Commission on Crystallographic Data and Computing, of which Hodgkin was a member
Correspondence re scientific relations with China

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.174  1971-73

Contents:
Correspondence re scientific relations with China

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.175  1974-78

Contents:
Correspondence re scientific relations with China

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.176  1973-1974

Contents:
Correspondence re the writing of an historical account of the foundation of the IUCr, 1973-74.
Reprint of 'The International Union of Crystallography: Its Formation and Early Development'. By Harmke Kamminga, 1989.

ROYAL INSTITUTION  [no ref.]  1972-86

ROYAL INSTITUTION  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.177  1972-1986

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers and correspondence.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY  [no ref.]  1979-80

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.178  1979-1980

Contents:
Correspondence re visit to Dublin, December 1979, where Hodgkin gave a lecture on 'History and the x-ray analysis of protein'. While in Dublin she also presented a paper with J. Rotblat to the National Committee for the Study of International Affairs on 'Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs.'

ROYAL SOCIETY  [no ref.]  1947-93

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was elected to the Fellowship in 1947 (NCUACS 47.3.94 A.58-NCUACS 47.3.94 A.61).

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.179-E.182  1958-92

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.179  1958-70

Contents:
Includes correspondence, 1968, re proposed Leverhulme Visiting Professorship to Yugoslavia. Hodgkin was invited to apply.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.180  1972-74, 1976

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.181  1977-78

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.182  1979-80, 1986-87, 1990, 1992

British National Committee for Crystallography  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.183-E.185  1947-61

Administrative history:
The National Committee selected delegates to represent the Royal Society at the General Assembly of the IUCr and maintained contact between the Union and the Royal Society. Hodgkin sat on the Committee from 1947.

Contents:
Minutes and agendas 1947-61.

British National Committee for Crystallography  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.183  1947-51

British National Committee for Crystallography  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.184  1953, 1954

British National Committee for Crystallography  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.185  1961

Exchanges.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.186-E.188  [n.d.]

Exchanges.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.186  1965-78

Contents:
Papers and correspondence, mostly re visits by Russian and Chinese scientists
Includes report of visit of Royal Society delegation to China, 1972.

Exchanges.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.187  1980-90

Contents:
Papers and correspondence, mostly re visits by Russian and Chinese scientists

Exchanges.  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.188  1965-66

Contents:
Minutes and agendas of ad hoc meetings to consider the Royal Society's relations with the Academia Sinica

ROYAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 47.3.94/E.189-E.192  1955, 1967-93

5 folders.

Contents:
Nominations

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.1.F.179  [n.d.]

Contents:
This section presents a chronological sequence of material relating to Hodgkin's visits and conferences, 1936-93, though the great bulk of the material relates to the period after the award of the Nobel Prize in 1964. There is evidence of her interest in maintaining scientific contacts with the USSR and China during the Cold War, the first of many visits taking place in 1953 (NCUACS 47.3.94 F.7) and 1959 (NCUACS 47.3.94 F.14) respectively, and there is evidence of visa difficulties in respect of visiting the USA (NCUACS 47.3.94 F.9) during the same period. She also made frequent visits to Eastern Europe outside the USSR. India was another locus of valued scientific contacts and she made a number of extended visits, for example in 1974 (NCUACS 47.3.94 F.78-NCUACS 47.3.94 F.80) and 1978 (NCUACS 47.3.94 F.113-NCUACS 47.3.94 F.119).
Not all Hodgkin's travel is documented in this section. Records of her attendance at International Union of Crystallography congresses are to be found in Section E with other IUCr material. Visits and conferences which bear on her well-known peace and humanitarian interests are to be found in Section NCUACS 47.3.94 G. These include the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs and her visits to Vietnam in 1971 and 1974. Some visits of particular biographical significance (including the award of the Nobel Prize and subsequent Nobel meetings) are documented in Section NCUACS 47.3.94 A.
After the main chronological sequence there is a separate sequence of invitations declined (or with no evidence of acceptance), 1945-89.
There is also an addendum of material received too late to present in the main chronological sequence.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.1  c1936

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited The Netherlands, probably to speak to the Dutch Biochemical Society. The visit was arranged by J.D. Bernal and H.G.K. Westenbrink.

Contents:
Visit to The Netherlands, November 1936.
Letter re arrangements.
Letter arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.2  c1939

Contents:
Seventh International Congress of Genetics, Edinburgh, 23-30 August 1939.
Letter re arrangements, concerning the withdrawal of Russian scientists.

Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Long Island Biological Association, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, 8-16 June 1949.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.3-F.6  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to the symposium on amino acids and proteins to give a paper on 'X-ray analysis and protein structure.' Bibliog. 48.

Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Long Island Biological Assocation, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, 8-16 June 1949.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.3  c1949

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Programme
Information re publication of papers.

Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Long Island Biological Assocation, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, 8-16 June 1949.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.4  c1949

Contents:
Manuscript draft, footnotes, bibliography of Hodgkin's paper.
2pp. proof; brief correspondence re publication.

Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Long Island Biological Assocation, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, 8-16 June 1949.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.5  c1949

Contents:
Correspondence re reproducing figures from other articles.
Miscellaneous background notes; photographs.

Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Long Island Biological Assocation, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, 8-16 June 1949.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.6  c1949

Contents:
Drafts of papers by Hodgkin, probably used as background material for symposium paper.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.7  c1953


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94 A.12.

Contents:
Visit to USSR, 1953.
Letter to Home Office, probably from Hodgkin and her husband, Thomas, re refusal to grant a visa to the Russian biochemist V.I. Oparin. The letter also refers to a visit made by the Hodgkins to the USSR earlier in the year.
Manuscript draft of Hodgkin's report on the 'Last day in Moscow'.
Folder also includes photographs of visit and theatre programme.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.8  c1956

Contents:
Visit to Zürich, November 1956.
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture to the Department of Chemistry at the Laboratorium für organische Chemie.
Correspondence re arrangements.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.9  1956-1957

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by W.N. Lipscomb to the Congress to give a paper on protein structure, subsequently to be combined with a visit to Lipscomb's own department at the University of Minnesota. Visa problems, however, prevented her from visiting the USA at this time. See also NCUACS 47.3.94 H.135. Later that year arrangements were made for Hodgkin to visit the USA and in December she visited the University of Minnesota, UCLA and the California Institute of Technology (Linus Pauling).

Contents:
Fourth International Congress of Crystallography, Montreal, 10-19 July 1957.
Correspondence re arrangements. June-November 1956, July-December 1957.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.10  c1957

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture to the Danish Pharmaceutical Society and to visit the NOVO Terapeutisk Laboratorium.

Contents:
Visit to Copenhagen, 4-6 November 1957.
Correspondence re arrangements.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.11  c1958

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give three lectures at The Technical University of Norway, Trondheim, on 20, 21 and 22 March. She then travelled to Sweden in order to give a lecture at the University of Uppsala on 24 March and then a lecture in Stockholm on 25 March.

Contents:
Visit to Scandinavia, 20-26 March 1958.
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes itinerary for visit to Uppsala.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.12  c1958

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and Letters to the celebration of the 150th anniversary of its foundation.

Contents:
Visit to Amsterdam, 6-10 May 1958.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.13  c1959

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a paper at a conference in Leningrad, from where she and Thomas Hodgkin went on to Moscow. They had visited Helsinki on their way to the USSR.

Contents:
Visit to Finland and USSR, May 1959.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.14  c1959

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to visit China by the Chinese People's Association for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries.

Contents:
Visit to China, September 1959.
Brief correspondence only, including letter from K. Lonsdale re contacts with Chinese scientists.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.15  c1960

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture to a symposium at the University of Washington, Seattle.

Contents:
Visit to USA, ?early 1960.
Letter re arrangements.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.16  c1961

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a lecture at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, from where she travelled to the University of Chicago to give the Lee Lecture.

Contents:
Visit to USA, March 1961.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising, re offer of permanent professorship at the University of Chicago.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.17  c1961

Contents:
Fifth International Congress of Biochemistry, Moscow, August 1961.
Letter re arrangements.
6pp. draft, probably of paper on insulin given at conference.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.18  c1962
Language:  German

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to a two-day colloquium to mark the opening of a new building for the Institut für Strukturforschung der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin.

Contents:
Visit to East Berlin, March 1962.
Correspondence re arrangements.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.19  c1963

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited the USA to participate in a symposium entitled 'Chemistry in medicine', held at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, to celebrate the 80th birthday of Dr. Donald D. Van Slyke. From there she planned to go to Boston.

Contents:
Visit to USA, 25-31 March 1963.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising re publication of symposium proceedings.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.20  c1963

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the Zürich Chemical Society to give a lecture on her work on vitamin B12.

Contents:
Visit to Zürich, June 1963.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.21  c1963

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to visit the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, and Prague. She travelled by car with Thomas Hodgkin from the International Congress of Crystallography in Rome, which took place on 8-18 September.

Contents:
Visit to Czechoslovakia, 21-28 September 1963.
Correspondence re arrangements.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.22  c1965

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the University of Algiers to give seminars related to the work for which she won the Nobel Prize.

Contents:
Visit to Algeria, 10-27 April 1965.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.23  c1965

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture at the Physikalisch-Chemisches Institut der Technischen Hochschule.

Contents:
Visit to Munich, 8-10 June 1965.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.24  c1965

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture, probably on the determination of the structure of vitamin B12.

Contents:
Ninth Latin American Chemical Congress, Puerto Rico, 1-6 August 1965.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter re publication of lecture.

Visit to Japan and China  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.25, F.26  September-October 1965

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the British Council to lecture in connection with the British Exhibition in Tokyo. She lectured at the Universities of Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka on the subjects of vitamin B12 and X-ray analyses of complex organic molecules. See also NCUACS 47.3.94 H.173. Leaving Japan after one week, she travelled to China via Hong Kong, visiting Canton and Shanghai.

Visit to Japan and China  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.25  April-September 1965

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, including itineraries for visit to Japan and information for visitors

Visit to Japan and China  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.26  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising, includes two letters re publication of lecture given in Tokyo on the subject of vitamin B12.
Typescript of lecture on the 'X-ray analysis of large organic molecules', given at Kyoto.

Visit to Düsseldorf  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.27, F.28  27-28 October 1965

Administrative history:
Hodgkin lectured to the Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur Forschung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen on 'The x-ray analysis of some biochemically interesting molecules'. Bibliog. 93.

Visit to Düsseldorf  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.27  1964-1965
Language:  English and German

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, November 1964, April-October 1965.

Visit to Dusseldorf  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.28  n.d
Language:  English and German

Contents:
Correspondence arising re translation of lecture into German and its publication.
Incomplete typescript of lecture.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.29  c1965

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to lecture at M.I.T., spending a week there together with Thomas Hodgkin.

Contents:
Visit to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, November 1965.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.30  c1965

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give the Aggrey-Frazer-Guggisberg Lectures at the University of Ghana.

Contents:
Visit to Ghana, December 1965.
Correspondence re arrangements, extract of lecture.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to The Netherlands and West Germany  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.31, F.32  7-15 March 1966

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to lecture to Dutch universities by the Organisation of Students in Science and Technology. This was directly followed by a lecture in Aachen to the Chemical Institute there on the subject of 'Crystallography and the Structure of Vitamin B12'.

Visit to The Netherlands and West Germany  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.31  c1966

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to The Netherlands.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to The Netherlands and West Germany  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.32  c1966

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to West Germany.
Correspondence arising, includes correspondence re publication of lecture.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.33  c1966

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to lecture, probably on the structure of vitamin B12, to a conference on Stereochemistry held near Lucerne.

Contents:
Visit to Switzerland, May 1966.
Correspondence re arrangements.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.34  c1966

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave the Harvey Lecture, entitled 'Some Observations on Crystallography, Chemistry, and Medicine', Bibliog. 102, to the Harvey Society of New York, and also lectured at the Rockefeller Institute. From there she went to Buffalo, and then on the Ottawa.

Contents:
Visit to the USA and Canada, May 1966.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Draft of Harvey Lecture; proof.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.35  c1966

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to represent the International Union of Crystallography at the celebration of the terecentenary of the foundation of the Academie des Sciences de I'Institut de France.

Contents:
Visit to Paris, June 1966.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Leter arising.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.36  c1966

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to Zagreb to the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the foundation of the Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Contents:
Visit to Yugoslavia, 9-12 November 1966.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to Japan and China  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.37  c1967

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited India to attend the symposium, but also tourned extensively throughout the month of January, visiting the Universities of Delhi and Madurai, and lecturing at the National Chemical Laboratory, Poona, and at the Trombay Atomic Energy Establishment, Bombay.

Contents:
International Symposium on Conformation of Biopolymers, Madras, 18-21 January 1967.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

Gordon Research Conference on Coenzymes and Metabolic Pathways, Meriden, New Hampshire, USA, July 1967.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.38-F.40  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to chair the session on 'The Chemical Synthesis and Biosynthesis of B12'. Following the conference, she visited Yale University, Washington D.C., New York, Purdue University and Ottawa, returning to London on 16 July.

Gordon Research Conference on Coenzymes and Metabolic Pathways, Meriden, New Hampshire, USA, July 1967.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.38  1966-1967

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, includes itinerary. January 1966 - June 1967.

Gordon Research Conference on Coenzymes and Metabolic Pathways, Meriden, New Hampshire, USA, July 1967.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.39  January-June 1967

Contents:
Correspondence re meeting at National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C., about contacts with Chinese scientists.

Gordon Research Conference on Coenzymes and Metabolic Pathways, Meriden, New Hampshire, USA, July 1967.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.40  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising, includes photograph of participants (identified) at conference.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.41  c1967

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a lecture entitled 'Developments in the crystallographic analysis of the cobalamins'.

Contents:
International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Corrin Symposium, University of Nottingham, 17-19 July 1967.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme of lectures.

SECTION F VISITS AND CONFERENCES  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.42  c1967

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture at a Symposium arranged to celebrate the 80th birthday of L. Ruzicka. She probably lectured on 'Chemistry in Space'.

Contents:
Visit to Züurich, 16 September 1967.
Correspondence re arrangements.

Visit to Japan and China  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.43  c1968

Contents:
Visit to West Germany, March 1968.
Hodgkin was invited to a conference at Hirschegg, where she gave a paper on the insulin work of her team.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to Japan and China  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.44  c1968

Contents:
Fifth International Symposium on the Chemistry of Natural Products, London, 8-13 July 1968.
Hodgkin was invited to serve as Vice-Chairman for the session devoted to 'Biosynthesis'.
Letter of invitation only.

Visit to Japan and China  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.45  c1969

Contents:
Visit to USA, May 1969.
Hodgkin attended the Lilly Research Laboratories meeting on proinsulin in Indianapolis, on the way giving a talk on the structure of insulin to a colloquium held at the University of Chicago.
Correspondence re arrangements.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.46-F.48  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a paper on 'Some characteristics of protein crystals', Bibliog. 127, and contributed to various discussions at the conference.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.46  1968-1969
Language:  English and French

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. Includes draft abstract of Hodgkin's paper. February-March 1968, February-June 1969.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.47  n.d

Contents:
Typescript of Hodgkin's discussion remarks at conference, amended by Hodgkin.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.48  1969-1971

Contents:
Correspondence arising, re publication of paper. July 1969 - January 1971.

Visit to East Germany  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.49, F.50  October-November 1969

Administrative history:
Hodgkin attended a meeting of the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina at Halle, where she was the Royal Society's official representative. This was followed by a colloquium entitled 'Röntgenkristallstrukturanalyse', held in Berlin in honour of the 60th birthday of K. Boll-Dornberger, where Hodgkin gave a paper on 'Recent developments and results in X-ray analysis'.

Visit to East Germany  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.49  1968-1969

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, August-October 1968, February-September 1969.

Visit to East Germany  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.50  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia, includes programmes for both events.
Correspondence arising, includes article (in German) on the Leopoldina meeting.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.51  c1970

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the University of Khartoum to act as an external examiner for the Department of Chemistry. While in Khartoum she lectured to the department on insulin.

Contents:
Visit to Sudan, 11-29 March 1970.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.52  c1970

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to deliver a paper on 'The Role of Scientific and Technological Research in the Economic Development Programme of Ghana'.

Contents:
Ghana Association for Development Studies Second U.K. Conference on Trade, Industry and Development, Cambridge, 3-5 April 1970.
Invitation and programme only.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.53  c1969-1970

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the Danmarks Farmaceutiske Hojskole to give the Baggesgaard Lecture, on 'The structure of insulin', Bibliog. 130. While in Copenhagen she also visited the NOVO Terapeutisk Laboratorium and the Carlsbeg Institute.

Contents:
Visit to Copenhagen, 19-21 April 1970.
Correspondence re arrangement, November 1969 - March 1970.
Letter arising.
Reprint of lecture.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.54  c1970

Administrative history:
Hodgkin lectured on 'X-ray analysis and the structure of insulin'.

Contents:
A.L. Patterson Memorial Lecture, Institute for Cancer Research, Fox Chase, Philadelphia, 29 April 1970.
Correspondence re arrangements; notice of lecture.
Letter arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.55  c1970

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture covering problems in the field of the structure of biopolymers.

Contents:
IUPAC international Symposium on Macromolecules, Leiden, 31 August-4 September 1970.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence re publication of paper: 2 pp. manuscript draft.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.56  c1970

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited lecture on 'The Crystal Structure of insulin', Bibliog. 115, at the first annual meeting of the Swiss Society of Crystallography.

Contents:
Visit to Basel, 17 October 1970.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter re publication of lecture; typescript.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.57  c1969-1971

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited France to attend the conference having played a role in its organisation. The conference was originally scheduled for December 1969, and then March 1970.

Contents:
Third International Conference 'de la Physique Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie Versailles, 21-26 June 1971.
Correspondence re arrangements, October 1969 - July 1970, March-April 1971.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.58  c1971

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited the USSR with Thomas Hodgkin, spending time at the Academy of Sciences in Moscow.

Contents:
Visit to USSR, September 1971.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.59  c1971

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to chair a session on conformationl studies of peptide hormones and, together with T.L. Blundell, wrote a paper entitled 'Some Features of the Conformation of Insulin Molecules observed in 2 Zinc Rhombohedral Insulin Crystals'. At the last minute, however, she was forced to withdraw from the symposium owing to problems regarding a visit to Vietnam.

Contents:
Second International Symposium on Protein and Polypeptide Hormones, Liège, 28 September - 1 October 1971.
Correspondence re arrangement, January-September 1971.
7 pp. Typescript of paper.

Visit to USA and Canada  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.60-F.62  October 1971

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to attend a symposim at the Lilly Research Laboratories, Indianapolis, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the discovery of insulin. In conjunction with the Lilly symposium she took part in a course on diabetes held at Indiana University School of Medicine, where she gave a paper on the structure of insulin. Hodgkin also declined an invitation to participate in a symposium on proteins held at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
In Canada Hodgkin gave a seminar to the National Research Council at Ottawa before attending a symposium on insulin action at the University of Toronto. This was followed by a lecture on the history of insulin research at the University of Calgary.

Visit to USA and Canada  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.60  1971

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to USA, February-September 1971.
Letter arising.

Visit to USA and Canada  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.61  March-October 1971

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to Canada

Visit to USA and Canada  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.62  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements from visit to Canada, including correspondence re publication of paper given at Toronto symposium.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.63  c1971

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited Moscow in order to participate in the 80th birthday celebrations of Academician N.V. Belov.

Contents:
Visit to Moscow, 12-19 December 1971.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.64  1971-1972

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a paper on the atomic arrangement of insulin in relation to its biological activity.

Contents:
Symposium on insulin, Royal College of Physicians, London, 11 May 1972.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes correspondence re participation of Chinese scientists. September 1971 - May 1972.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.65  c1972

Administrative history:
Hodgkin lectured on the crystal structure of insulin, and gave a similar lecture in Budapest. which she visited after the conference.

Contents:
Sixth Hungarian Diffraction Conference, Siofok, 28 May - 1 June 1972.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme and list of participants.
Correspondence arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.66  c1972

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the American Diabetes Association to deliver the Banting Memorial Lecture as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the discovery of insulin.

Contents:
Banting Memorial Lecture, Washington D.C., 24 June 1972.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Typescript draft of lecture, on 'The structure of insulin', Bibliog. 137.
Correspondence arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.67  c1972

Contents:
Third Summer School on X-ray Crystal Structure Analysis, Poland, June-July 1972.
Correspondence re application for visa only.

Visit to China Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.68-F.71  August-September 1972


Related information: Documentation re the Ninth IUCr Congress is to be found at NCUACS 47.3.94/133, NCUACS 47.3.94/E.134.

Administrative history:
Hodgkin, accompanied to China by Thomas Hodgkin, visited laboratories in Peking and Shanghai where she discussed the research being carried out there on the crystal structure and biological activity of insulin. They also visited Soo Chou, Nanking and the area around Canton, mostly for 'sight-seeing' purposes.
From China, Hodgkin went to Japan for the Ninth International Union of Crystallography Congress at Kyoto. Following the congress she visited Nagoya University, where she lectured on 'The Crystal Structure of Insulin'.

Visit to China and Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.68  c1972


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/E.186.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to China. Includes correspondence with Royal Society re official Royal Society visit to China earlier in the year.

Visit to China and Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.69  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising from visit to China.
Letter written by Hodgkin, probably to the members of her laboratory, while staying near Canton.
Photographs.
Report, 'Visit to China 1972. By Dorothy and Thomas Hodgkin'.

Visit to China and Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.70  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to Japan. Includes correspondence re Sino-Japanese scientific relations.

Visit to China and Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.71  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising from visit to Japan.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.72  c1972

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to receive the honorary degree of Doctor of Science of the University of Chicago. She also participated in a symposium entitled 'Molecular Aspects of Protein Structure', where she talked on 'The Structure of Crystalline Insulin'.

Contents:
Visit to USA, 12-16 December 1972.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.73  c1973

Contents:
Fourth International Conference 'de la Physique Theorique a la Biologie'. Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 28 May - 2 June 1973.
Correspondence re arrangements.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.74  c1973

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a paper on 'Symmetry and Biology' at the symposium, which was organised by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Contents:
Symposium on Symmetry in Nature, Mexico City, June 1973.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.75  1972-1973


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/J.80

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give the Nobel Guest Lecture on 'Problems in the x-ray analysis of proteins', Bibliog. 145, at the symposium, and also to chair a session on viruses.

Contents:
Symposium on the Structure of Biological Molecules, Stockholm, 9-11 July 1973.
Correspondence re arrangements, February 1972, May-September 1972, January-June 1973.
Correspondence arising re publication of lecture.
14 pp. Typescript.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.76  c1973

Administrative history:
Hodgkin and her group were invited to give a presentation on 'Semisynthese von Insulin'.

Contents:
Symposium on 'Chemie und Biochemie des Insulins', Aachen, West Germany, 12-13 July 1973.
Correspondence re arrangements, including correspondence re participation of Chinese scientists.
Letter arising.

Second International Conference 'de la Physique' Théorique à la Biologie', Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 30 June - 5 July 1969.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.77  c1973

Administrative history:
Hodgkin chaired a session on 'Structures d'Interêt== Biologique'.

Contents:
First European Crystallographic Meeting, Bordeaux, 5-8 September 1973.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.78-F.80  February-March 1974.


Related information: Documentation re Vietnam visit is to be found at NCUACS 47.3.94/G.144.

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations to deliver the Azad Memorial Lecture for 1974. She combined this visit to India with a visit to Vietnam, travelling to Hanoi via Delhi and Calcutta in early February. Coming back to India at the end of February via the University of Dacca, Bangladesh, she visited the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics in Calcutta, the University of Madras and the National Aeronautical Laboratory at Bangalore before travelling to New Delhi for the lecture. Entitled 'Wandering Scientists', Bibliog. 148, the lecture was an account of the parts played by different scientists in the history of research on proteins, penicillin, vitamin B12 and insulin.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.78  October 1973-March 1974

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, Includes itinerary for visit to Delhi.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.79  March-October 1974

Contents:
Correspondence arising, Includes correspondence re offer of C.V. Raman Visiting Professorship at the University of Madras and correspondence re publication of lecture.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.80  n.d

Contents:
13pp. typescript draft of lecture.
13pp. typescript, incomplete, amended; 3pp. manuscript.
Miscellaneous notes.

Colston Symposium, University of Bristol  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.81, F.82  2-4 April 1974.

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to chair a session on the structure of fibrous biopolymers.

Colston Symposium, University of Bristol  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.81  1972-1974

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme. November 1972, February-March 1974.

Colston Symposium, University of Bristol  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.82  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising, includes correspondence re publication of Hodgkin's introductory remarks as part of the proceedings.
Typescript drafts, amended.
Proofs.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.83  c1974

Contents:
Visit to Hungary, [? June] 1974.
Hodgkin attended the Second European Crystallographic Meeting at Keszelthy.
Letter re arrangements only.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.84  1974

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by IBM to speak at Yorktown Heights, New York as a Distinguished Lecturer. She spoke on protein crystals, following this by a visit to Yale University, where she gave a talk on her visits to China and North Vietnam. Hodgkin then travelled to Cornell University, where she had offered to lecture on either insulin or vitamin B12. From Cornell she went to Boston, and then to Harvard University.

Contents:
Visit to USA, November 1974.
Correspondence re arrangements. June-October 1974.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.85  c1975

Contents:
Visit to Israel, May 1975.
Hodgkin was invited to lecture at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot. She also visited Jerusalem and Haifa.
Letter re arrangements.
Itinerary.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.86  c1975

Contents:
Fifth International Conference 'de la Physique Theorique a la Biologie'. Institut de la Vie, Versailles, 16-21 June 1975.
Hodgkin gave a paper on gramicidin A and B
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising, includes note on Hodgkin's paper.

Visit to India  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.87  c1975

Contents:
Wollforschung International, Aachen, West Germany, 2-11 September 1975.
Hodgkin was invited to give a lecture on insulin.
Correspondence re arrangements.
6pp. typescript of lecture; 2pp. manuscript.

Visit to USSR, 5-15 October 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.88, F.89  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin, as President of the International Union of Crystallography, was invited to Moscow to participate in the 250th Anniversary celebrations of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, originally planned for May 1974.

Visit to USSR, 5-15 October 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.88  February 1974-September 1975.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements

Visit to USSR, 5-15 October 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.89  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising, text of speech by Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev and report on 'The 250th Anniversary of the USSR Academy of Sciences' by V.A. Kotelnikov.

Visit to USA, October 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.90, F.91  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to a conference on steroid hormones at the Medical Foundation of Buffalo Research Laboratories to celebrate the publication of the Atlas of Steroid Structure, dedicated to her, J.D. Bernal and I. Fankuchen. She gave the keynote address, probably on the early history of steroid structure. She then visited the University of Connecticut, where she gave an informal talk. Following this Hodgkin went to Harvard University to give the John T. Edsall Lecture on 'The Structure of Insulin in Crystals'.

Visit to USA, October 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.90  1974-1975

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, September-December 1974, May-October 1975

Visit to USA, October 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.91  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising.

Visit to Italy, December 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.92-F.94  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to Modena to participate in the celebrations of the Eighth Centenary of the foundation of the University of Modena. She received the honorary degree of Doctor in Medicine and Surgery and gave a lecture to the medical school on 'The Structure of Insulin'.

Visit to Italy, December 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.92  1973-1974

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, December 1973 - March 1974, September-November 1974.

Visit to Italy, December 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.93  1975

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, July-December 1975. Includes summary of lecture.

Visit to Italy, December 1975.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.94  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising.
Photographs of degree ceremony.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.95, F.96  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin chaired the session on 'Hormones' and gave the introductory paper. She was also invited to lecture at the Universities of Parma and Bologna but declined.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.95  1975-1976

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme, abstracts, August 1975 - March 1976.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.96  1976

Contents:
Correspondence arising, includes correspondence re possibility of Hodgkin becoming Director of the Erice Crystallography School. March-December 1976.
Memorabilia

American Chemical Society Centennial, New York, 4-9 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.97-F.100  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give two papers at the meeting. The first, 'Growing Points and Sticking Points in X-ray Analysis', was given at a Symposium on Analyses of Crystals of Biochemical Importance. The second, on 'The Structure of Molecules in Crystals', was given at a Symposium on Milestones in Physical Chemistry.

American Chemical Society Centennial, New York, 4-9 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.97  1975-1976

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, June 1975 - December 1975, March 1976. Includes programme.

American Chemical Society Centennial, New York, 4-9 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.98  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising.

American Chemical Society Centennial, New York, 4-9 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.99  n.d

Contents:
6pp. typescript of 'Growing Points and Sticking Points in X-ray Analysis'.
12pp. manuscript of preceding.
Abstracts of Hodgkin's papers.
Abstracts of other papers given at symposium on crystal analysis.

American Chemical Society Centennial, New York, 4-9 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.100  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous unidentified notes and diagrams.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.101  c1976

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to a conference of Yugoslav and Italian crystallographers held at Dubrovnik, where she gave a lecture. She travelled to Yugoslavia with Thomas Hodgkin and their daughter, Elizabeth, visiting southern Yugoslavia after the meeting.

Contents:
Visit to Yugoslavia, May-June 1976.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.102  c1976

Administrative history:
Hodgkin chaired a workshop on the molecular basis of insulin action, and gave a paper on the structure of insulin.

Contents:
Ninth Congress, International Diabetes Federation, New Delhi, 31 October - 5 November 1976.
Correspondence re arrangements, June-October 1976.
Brief correspondence arising.
Reprint of paper.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.103  c1976

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a paper on insulin.

Contents:
V Congreso Iberoamericano de Cristalografia, Madrid, 10-17 December 1976.
Correspondence re arrangements.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.104  c1977

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to a meeting of the American Crystallographic Association at Monterey, California to receive the Fankuchen Award and to give a lecture. She then travelled to New York where she gave a lecture, as recipient of the award, at the Polytechnic Institute of New York.

Contents:
Visit to USA, February 1977.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes abstract of a lecture, probably on protein crystals and the work of l. Fankuchen.
Correspondence arising.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.105  c1977

Contents:
'Endocrinology '77', Sixth International Conference, London, 11-15 July 1977.
Brief correspondence re arrangements only.

Fourth European Crystallographic Meeting, Oxford, 30 August - 3 September 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.106-F.109  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
The meeting at Oxford coincided with Hodgkin's retirement from her chair, and within the meeting there was a function in her honour, to which former pupils and associates were invited. She also gave a lecture on 'Insulin 1935-1977'.

Fourth European Crystallographic Meeting, Oxford, 30 August - 3 September 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.106  1974-1976

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. April-May 1974, November 1974 - January 1975, October 1975 - February 1976, November 1976. Includes provisional programme.

Fourth European Crystallographic Meeting, Oxford, 30 August - 3 September 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.107  1977

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements. January-August 1977. Includes revised programme.
Letter arising.

Fourth European Crystallographic Meeting, Oxford, 30 August - 3 September 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.108  n.d

Contents:
Printed programme.
Supplements of abstracts and participants.
List of participants from USSR.
Information re travel to Oxford and registration.

Fourth European Crystallographic Meeting, Oxford, 30 August - 3 September 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.109  n.d

Contents:
Lists of Hodgkin's former pupils and associates, with addresses.

Workshop on the Crystallography of Molecular Biology, Erice, Sicily, 28 March - 10 April 1976.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.110  1977

Contents:
International Council of Scientific Unions General Committee meeting, Budapest, 6-9 September 1977.
Correspondence re arrangements, mostly re visa application.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.111, F.112  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited China with G. Dodson, visiting the insulin groups in Peking and Shanghai, and discussing the possibility of China becoming a member of the International Union of Crystallography.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.111  C1977

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Miscellaneous notes by Hodgkin, includes names of Chinese scientists, itinerary.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.112  C1977

Contents:
Correspondence arising. Includes report sent to Hodgkin by Dietrich Brandenburg and Helmut Zahn of the Deutsches Wollforschungsinstitut, Aachen, entitled 'Visitors Glimpse at Scientific Research Institutes in China'. Also includes correspondence re future participation of Chinese scientists in international meetings.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.113-F.119  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited India as President of the Symposium on Biomolecular Structure, Conformation, Function and Evolution held in Madras and as C.V. Raman Visiting Professor at the Universities of Madras and Bangalore. She gave the presidential address to the symposium and, at the Winter School on Current Trends in Biomolecular Structure which followed, gave a lecture on 'The refinement of the crystal structure of insulin'. While in Madras Hodgkin also gave a public lecture on 'Some experiences in X-ray analysis'.
Hodgkin was in India for a month, and received many invitations to lecture or to visit. Most were declined, but she spent some time in Bangalore, attended an Indian Pugwash Society workshop on 'Guidelines for International Scientific Cooperation for Development' in Delhi, and participated in a workshop on 'Chemical Evolution, Orgin of Life and Evolution of Life Processes' at Hyderabad.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.113  November 1975-April 1977.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to Madras. Includes correspondence with International Union of Crystallography re sponsorship of symposium.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.114  June-December 1977.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visit to Madras. Includes correspondence with International Union of Crystallography re sponsorship of symposium.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.115  n.d

Contents:
Programme for symposium and Winter School with abstracts.
Information about Madras.
Lists of participants.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.116  n.d

Contents:
Two drafts of presidential address, entitled 'Biomolecular structure, conformation, function and evolution', Bibliog. 161.'X-ray analysis and biological structures' is the title given in the correspondence.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.117  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence re visits to Bangalore, Delhi and Hyderabad. Includes programme for Hyderabad workshop.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.118  n.d

Contents:
Invitations declined.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.119  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising from Madras visit.
Memorabilia.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.120  c1975

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to chair two sessions of the symposium, arranged by the British Diabetic Association, the Society for Endocrinology and the Endocrine Section of the Royal Society.

Contents:
Insulin Symposium, London, 14-15 February 1978.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to USA, 29 May - 3 June 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.121-F.123  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to a conference entitled 'The Origins of Modern Biochemistry - A Retrospect on Proteins' held in New York and sponsored by the New York Academy of Sciences. She gave a paper on 'Contributions of x-ray crystallography to protein structure'. Hodgkin was also invited to the Mount Sinai Medical School, New York, to receive an honorary degree and to participate in its tenth anniversary symposium, where she lectured on the structure of insulin.

Visit to USA, 29 May - 3 June 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.121  1977-1978

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, August 1977 - May 1978.
Programme, provisional programme for biochemistry conference.
Programme for Mount Sinai symposium.

Visit to USA, 29 May - 3 June 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.122  c1978

Contents:
Correspondence arising, includes correspondence re publication of lecture on protein structure.

Visit to USA, 29 May - 3 June 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.123  c1978

Contents:
Manuscript of lecture, an historical account of the application of x-ray crystallography to the study of proteins.
Typescript of Hodgkin's discussion remarks at biochemistry conference.

Visit to India, January 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.124  C1978

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give a paper and later to contribute her paper, on 'The geometry of A-chains in insulin', to a published collection of papers from the symposium.

Contents:
International Symposium on 'Frontiers in Bioorganic Chemistry and Molecular Biology', Moscow and Tashkent, USSR, 25 September - 2 October 1978.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to USA, October-November 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.125-F.127  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was in the USA as Visiting Fellow, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire while Thomas Hodgkin was Visiting Professor. While in the USA she gave four lectures as Mead-Swing Lecturer at Oberlin College, Ohio, visited the University of Illinois, and was Venable Lecturer at the University of North Carolina. She lectured there and gave a seminar on the structure of insulin.
At Dartmouth College Hodgkin was also Dreyfus Lecturer, lecturing on 'Experiences in Structure Analysis: Proteins, Penicillin and Vitamin B12' and on 'The Structure of Insulin in Crystals'.

Visit to USA, October-November 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.125  C1978

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements with Dartmouth College, includes biographical note and notice of lecture.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to USA, October-November 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.126  c1975

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements with the University of North Carolina.
Letter arising.
Biographical note, notice of lecture, list of previous Venable Lecturers.

Visit to USA, October-November 1978.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.127  c1975

Contents:
Correspondence re visits to Oberlin College and the University of lllinois.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.128  c1979

Administrative history:
Hodgkin travelled widely in India, and gave an Academy lecture on 'Structure of insulin in crystals' at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. She had been invited to attend a symposium in Bangladesh prior to her visit to India, but probably did not attend.

Contents:
Visit to India, January-February 1979.
Letter re arrangements.
Letter arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.129  c1979

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave the Plenary Lecture, on 'New and Old Problems in the Structure Analysis of Vitamin B12', Bibliog. 157.

Contents:
Third European Symposium on Vitamin B12 and Intrinsic Factor, Zurich, 5-8 March 1979.
Copy of the newspaper 'Chemische Rundschau', giving programme of lectures.
Typescript draft of Hodgkin's lecture; reprint.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.130  c1979

Contents:
2nd International Insulin Symposium, Aachen, West Germany, 4-7 September 1979.
Letter re arrangements.
Letter arising.
Programme; supplement.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.131  c1979

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visited Delhi, North Bengal University, the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre near Bombay, and the University of Dacca. She was also interviewed by All India Radio.

Contents:
Visit to India and Bangladesh, November 1979.
Correspondence re arrangements; miscellaneous notes.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.132  c1980

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave the Fae Golden Kass Lecture at Radcliffe College, Mass., entitled 'The Discovery of the Structure of Penicillin and Vitamin B12'. She then went to Airlie, Virginia, to participate in a Symposium on Interaction between Iron and Proteins in Oxygen and Electron Transport. There Hodgkin gave a talk on M.F. Perutz at a banquet held in his honour.

Contents:
Visit to USA, April 1980.
Letter re arrangements for Symposium, includes programme.
Notice of lecture at Radcliffe College.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.133  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin attended the Conference as a representative of the Royal Society, giving a special lecture entitled 'John Bernal and the structure of water'. She and Thomas Hodgkin had spent ten days in Romania prior to the Conference, combining a holiday with scientific visits.

Contents:
International Conference on Water and lons in Biological Systems. Bucharest, 25-27 June 1980.
Letter re arrangements.
Programme of Conference; programme of concert; itinerary.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.134  c1980

Contents:
J.M. Robertson Symposium, Glasgow, 4-5 September 1980.
The Symposium was held in honour of J.M. Robertson's 80th birthday.
Programme; reprint of article on Robertson.

Visit to China, November-December 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.135, F.136  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin and T.L. Blundell were invited to China by the Institute of Biophysics, Peking, to via a series of lectures there on the structural chemistry of bio-macromolecules. This was followed by visits to Shanghai and Canton.

Visit to China, November-December 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.135  c1980

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, April-November 1980. Includes correspondence re visit of the Japanese scientists, N. and K. Sakabe, to China.

Visit to China, November-December 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.136  c1980

Contents:
Information for visitors to China.
Information re translation of lectures.
Correspondence arising.
Brief report on visit.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.137  c1982

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a paper on insulin.

Contents:
Anglo-Chinese Symposium on proteins and nucleic acids, Oxford, 14-16 July 1982.
Letter re arrangements; programme.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.138  c1983

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was in Jordan to lecture and visit the archaeological site at Jerash. She returned to Israel to fulfil a scientific programme based at The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot.

Contents:
Visit to Israel and Jordan, April-May 1983.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Itinerary re Rehovot visit.
Letter arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.139  c1983

Administrative history:
Hodgkin visted Plovdiv, where she attended a symbpsium, probably on the subject or vitamin B12.

Contents:
Visit to Bulgaria, May-June 1983.
Letter re arrangements; 1p. manuscript notes re crystal growth.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.140  c1984

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the institute of Bioorganic Chemistry to attend an International Symposium on 'Frontiers in Bioorganic Chemistry and Molecular Biology', to be held in Moscow and in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan. After the Symposium she attended the opening sessions of the 16th Federation of European Biological Societies meeting in Moscow before returning to England.

Contents:
Visit to USSR, June 1984.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes list of participants in Symposium.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.141  c1984

Administrative history:
The symposium was held to mark the retirement of D.W.J. Cruickshank.

Contents:
Symposium on modern experimental and theoretical studies of crystal and molecular structure, Manchester, 11-13 September 1984.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.

Visit to USA, November 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.142-F.145  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to the Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, to attend a symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Patterson function. She lectured there, giving an account of her own use of the Patterson function.
Before the Patterson symposium Hodgkin probably attended a one-day meeting at Du Pont & Co., Wilmington, Delaware, to discuss future scientific developments in molecular biology. She was also invited to visit Harvard Medical School, but there is no evidence that she did so.

Visit to USA, November 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.142  1966-c1984

Contents:
Letter re arrangements for Patterson symposium; magazine on the Fox Chase Cancer Center. Includes programme of lectures at symposium.
Correspondence arising re publication of lecture, includes printed version of Hodgkin's lecture.
4pp. Notes, probably by J. Glusker, dated '4/7/66'.

Visit to USA, November 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.143  c1984

Contents:
Draft of Hodgkin's lecture. 'Patterson and Pattersons', Bibliog. 170. Includes introduction by J. Glusker, photocopy of letter from A.L. Patterson to Hodgkin dated 13 March 1938.

Visit to USA, November 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.144  n.d

Contents:
References; figures for paper.

Visit to USA, November 1984.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.145  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for visits to Du Pont and Harvard Medical School.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.146  c1985

Administrative history:
Hodgkin planned to spend some time in Rio de Janerio, as a guest of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.

Contents:
Visit to Brazil, ?1985.
One letter only, 17 May 1985, re prospective visit to Brazil.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.147  c1985

Administrative history:
Hodgkin, as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, was invited to the Opening Ceremony and Inaugural Plenary Lecture.

Contents:
Thirieth International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry Congress, Manchester, 9-13 September 1985.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.148  c1985

Administrative history:
Hodgkin travelled with Elizabeth Hodgkin, her daughter. They stayed in Moscow, and then took the Trans-Siberian Railway to Japan. Hodgkin visited Tsukuba while in Japan and then went alone to Peking, having been invited by the Academia Sinica. She also visited Shanghai and Fuzhou University.

Contents:
Visit to USSR, Japan and China, September-November 1985.
Correspondence re arrangements, February-September 1985.
Brief correspondence arising; 1p. manuscript notes re Fuzhou visit.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.149  c1986

Contents:
Visit to Bulgaria, February 1986.
Letter re visa only.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.150  c1986

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to attend a symposium on Insulin and the Insulin Receptor at the Medical Foundation of Buffalo, where she was Ray A. and Robert L. Kroc Distinguished Lecturer, speaking on the structure of insulin. She then gave a seminar at The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan. This was followed by a symposium on Precision and Molecular Structures at the University of Washington, Seattle, where Hodgkin spoke on 'Water structure in insulin'.

Contents:
Visit to USA, May-June 1986.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes schedule of lectures for both symposia.
Correspondence arising, includes photographs from Buffalo visit.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.151  c1986

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to attend an International School on the Structure of Biological Macromolecules at Pushchino, USSR. This was followed by an International Conference on Molecular Structure in Peking, where she gave the Plenary Lecture at the closing session.

Contents:
Visit to USSR and China, September 1986.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes list of participants, programme for Peking Conference; manuscript and transcript of lecture, on penicillin.
Letter arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.152  c1987

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give the Founders' Lecture at the Scripps Clinic, La Jolla, California. She gave two lectures, the first being on historical perspectives on x-ray crystallography,and the second on insulin. She then probably spent some time in Buffalo before attending the American Crystallographic Association Meeting at Austin, Texas.

Contents:
Visit to USA, March 1987.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising, includes photograph taken at Austin meeting.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.153  c1987

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to lecture at the Conference, her lecture being entitled 'The distribution of water in 2 zinc insulin crystals'. She visited Warsaw prior to the Conference.
Manuscript draft of lecture, pages missing; manuscript notes.
Correspondence arising re publication of proceedings, manuscript draft foreword by Hodgkin.

Contents:
Fourth International Conference on Water and lons in Biological Systems, Bucharest, 24-28 May 1987.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme.
'Instructions for Authors', contributions to volume of Conference Proceedings.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.154  c1987

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give the opening lecture, on developments in biological crystallography.

Contents:
Federation of European Biological Societies Advanced Lecture Course. Crystal 2Growth of Biological Macromolecules, Bischenberg, France, 19-25 July 1987.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.155  c1987

Contents:
International Conference to Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Discovery of the Pi Meson, Bristol, 22-24 July 1987.
Letter re arrangements.
Conference bulletin, preliminary programme, final programme, list of participants; memorabilia.
Letter arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.156  c1988

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to give the William J. Reddy Memorial Lecture at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She spoke on 'A life in crystallography'.

Contents:
Visit to USA, 23-28 April 1988.
Correspondence re arrangements, itinerary, notice of lecture.
Correspondence arising.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.157  c1988

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to participate in a special Nobel Symposium, along with six other Nobel Laureates, on the topic 'Methods and Applications in Macromolecular Crystallography'. Before this she gave the Jeanne Manery-Fisher Memorial Lecture on 'The x-ray analysis of the structure of insulin, 1935-1972 to the present' at the University of Ottawa.

Contents:
American Crystallographic Association Meeting, Philadelphia, 26 June-1 July 1988.
Correspondence re arrangements, programme of meeting.
Correspondence arising.
Typescript and manuscript drafts of Hodgkin's lecture.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.158  c1988

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was a member of the Honorary Committee and was invited to lecture at Tianjin University.

Contents:
Summerschool on Crystallography and its Teaching, Tianjin, China, 15-24 September 1988.
Brief correspondence re arrangements, includes programme, 'Travel Schedule'.
Memorabilia.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.159  c1989

Administrative history:
Hodgkin lectured on 'Memories of the structure analysis of insulin'.

Contents:
'25 Jahre Insulinsynthese', Aachen, 23-25 February 1989.
Correspondence re arrangements, includes programme.
Correspondence arising re publication of lecture.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.160  c1989

Administrative history:
The symposium was held in honour of K.N. Trueblood.

Contents:
Symposium on Crystals and Chemistry, University of California at Los Angeles, 17-20 March 1989.
Brief correspondence re arrangements; programme.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.161  c1989

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a special evening lecture at the conference, held to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the 2 zinc insulin crystal structure determination.

Contents:
Conference on Insulin Structure, Chemistry and Biology, York, 29 August - 1 September 1989.
Programme of lectures; list of participants; photograph of participants.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.162  c1990

Administrative history:
Hodgkin attended the 127th Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C. She then went to Boston to give a paper on 'My Life in Chemistry' at a Symposium on Women in Chemistry.

Contents:
Visit to USA, April 1990.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.
Programme for NAS Meeting.
Abstracts of papers given at Boston Symposium. Includes paper by P.G. Abir-Am entitled, 'Leadership and Gender in Science. D.C. Hodgkin and the Oxford School of Chemical Crystallography'. See also A.39.

Visit to China, December 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.163  1991

Contents:
Sir Charles Frank 80th Birthday Symposium, Bristol, 15 April 1991.
List of participants; programme of lectures.

Invitations declined  [no ref. or date]

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.164  1945-59

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.165  1960-69

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.166  1970-74

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.167  1975

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.168  1976

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.169  1977

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.170  1978

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.171  1979-80

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.172  1981

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.173  1982-83

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.174  1984-89

Invitations declined  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.175  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous unidentified material re visits.

ADDENDUM  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Material received too late to present in the main chronological sequence.

ADDENDUM  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.176  c1988

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to attend the symposium as a guest of The Children's Medical Charity. As President of the symposium, she gave the opening address, when she spoke about previous symposia on vitamin B12.

Contents:
Cobalamin '88. First International Symposium on Biomedicine and Physiology of Vitamin B12, London, 26-29 September 1988.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
List of participants; two typescript drafts of the address, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin.
Brief correspondence arising.

ADDENDUM  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.177  c1988

Contents:
Canadian International Development Agency / Third World Academy of Sciences Conference on 'The Role of Women in the Development of Science and Technology in the Third World', Trieste, Italy, 3-7 October 1988.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Newsletter.

ADDENDUM  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.178  c1989

Administrative history:
The meeting was organised by the Biological Structures Group of the British Crystallographic Association. Hodgkin was invited to give an introductory talk entitled 'Historical perspective'.

Contents:
Meeting on 'Crystallisation of Biological Macromolecules', King's College, London, 14 December 1989.
Correspondence re arrangements; programme.

ADDENDUM  NCUACS 47.3.94/F.179  c1993

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was a President of the Symposium, and attended the London session, where a special Presidential Symposium was held as a tribute to her.

Contents:
International Symposium. Thomas Addison and his Diseases: 200 Years On, Padua, 20-21 May 1993 and London, 25-27 May 1993.
Letters to Hodgkin re arrangements.
Programme; final programme.
Letter arising.

SECTION G PEACE AND HUMANITARIAN INTERESTS  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.1-G.204  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was interested in a wide range of peace and humanitarian causes and made a major commitment to a number of them. Of particular importance were her involvement with Vietnam peace and humanitarian organisations in the 1960s and 1970s and her involvement with the Pugwash movement, of which she was President from 1976 to 1988.

Contents:
G.1-G.156 ORGANISATIONS AND TOPICS
G.1-G.6 J.D. Bernal Peace Library
G.7, G.8 Greenpeace
G.9-G.11 Institute for International Peace Studies
G.12-G.21 Palestine
G.22-G.94 Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
G.95-G.105 Russian Dissidents
G.106-G.110 Scientists Against Nuclear Arms (SANA)
G.111-G.113 Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding (SACU)
G.114-G.156 Vietnam
G.157-G.165 VISITS AND CONFERENCES
G.166-G.171 LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS
G.172-G.204 MISCELLANEOUS

ORGANISATIONS AND TOPICS  [no ref. or date]

J.D.Bernal Peace Library  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The J.D. Bernal Library was an educational trust established with the full support of Bernal, and inspired by his work. It opened in London in March 1968 as a centre for peace research. Its aim was set out in a publicity leaflet (G.3): 'by the dissemination and exchange of information and through prepared discussion, to make a contribution to solving the problems of peace confronting us.'
Hodgkin was a sponsor of the Library and, in 1971, was elected to the Chair of the Library Board.

J.D.Bernal Peace Library  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.1  1967-70

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

Bernal Peace Library  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.2  1971-73, 1976, 1980-81

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

J.D.Bernal Peace Library  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.3  nd.

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

J.D.Bernal Peace Library  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.4  1967-72.

Contents:
The J.D. Bernal Peace Library Board.
Minutes and agendas

J.D.Bernal Peace Library  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.5  1968-1977

Contents:
'J.D. Bernal Peace Library. Report of a Conference on Chemical and Biological Warfare', February 1968.
'Tribute to John Desmond Bernal in his Seventieth year, by artists and scientists.'
'Newsletter', 1971, 1976-77, nd.

J.D.Bernal Peace Library  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.6  c1969

Contents:
J.D. Bernal Peace Library Conference on 'The Meaning of the U.K. Aid Programme', 20-21 June 1969.
Conference papers.

Greenpeace  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The material relates to a Greenpeace campaign against the expansion to the nuclear power programme in the United Kingdom as an answer to the 'greenhouse effect'.
Hodgkin was one of a group of over 100 scientists who signed a declaration issued by Greenpeace which appeared in the national press.

Greenpeace  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.7  1989.

Contents:
Papers and correspondence

Greenpeace  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.8  n.d

Contents:
Background material.

Institute for International Peace Studies  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The Institute was based at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. A statement of purpose (G.11) described it as: 'a center for multidisciplinary research and teaching on the critically important questions of peace, justice and violence in contemporary society'. Much of the material relates to the search for a Peace Fellow from the United Kingdom to join an international group on an M.A. course in Peace Studies.
Hodgkin became a member of the International Advisory Board for the Institute in 1986, visiting Notre Dame in October of that year to attend the inaugural meeting of the Advisory Board.

Institute for International Peace Studies  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.9  1986 June-September.

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

Institute for International Peace Studies  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.10  1986 October-1989, nd.

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

Institute for International Peace Studies  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.11  n.d

Contents:
Background material.
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin.
Photograph of members of the Advisory Board (identified in G.10)

Palestine  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
G.12, G.13 Friends of Birzeit University.
G.14-G.16 International Commission of Inquiry into Israeli Crimes Against the Lebanese and Palestinian Peoples.
G.17, G.18 Newspaper cuttings.
G.19-G.21 Miscellaneous papers and correspondence.

Friends of Birzeit University  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Birzeit University was an independent Palestinian university near Jerusalem. The Friends of Birzeit University organisation was a charity established 'to uphold Birzeit's academic work and to uphold its right to academic freedom' (G.12). Hodgkin was a sponsor from 1985.

Friends of Birzeit University  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.12  1980-87.

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

Friends of Birzeit University  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.13  1988-91, nd.

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

International Commission of Inquiry into Israeli Crimes Against the Lebanese and Palestinian Peoples, Nicosia, 15-16 August 1982  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The Commission was established in response to reports arising from the invasion of Lebanon by Israel in June 1982. Hodgkin was a member of the Presidential Committee of the Commission.

International Commission of Inquiry into Israeli Crimes Against the Lebanese and Palestinian Peoples, Nicosia, 15-16 August 1982  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.14  n.d

Contents:
List of participants; programme; list of statutes.
'Findings and conclusions of the commission.'
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin.

International Commission of Inquiry into Israeli Crimes Against the Lebanese and Palestinian Peoples, Nicosia, 15-16 August 1982  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.15, G.16  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Reports, testimonies.

Newspaper cuttings  [no ref.]  1970-89

Newspaper cuttings  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.17  1970-79

Newspaper cuttings  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.18  1980-89

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence  [no ref.]  1974-90

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.19  1974-79

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.20  1980-83

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.21  1984-85, 1988-90, nd.

Pugwash conferences on science and world affairs  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The Pugwash movement had its origins in the Russell-Einstein Manifesto, issued in July 1955. This called for a conference of international scientists to discuss the dangers of conflict that had arisen from scientific work, with particular reference to the then recently developed hydrogen bomb. The first conference was held in July 1957 in the Canadian town of Pugwash, Nova Scotia, thus giving the movement its name. The conferences became annual events, widening in scope to include development and environmental issues. This paralleled a significant increase in the number of participants.
Hodgkin first attended a Pugwash conference in 1962, but did not involve herself in the movement to any great degree until hesitantly agreeing (G.93) to her election as President at the Madras conference in 1976 (G.39, G.40). From the mid 1960s Hodgkin had been committed to the problem of the war in Vietnam, thus precluding major non-scientific commitments elsewhere. She held the post of President until 1988, and the material documenting her activities here is extensive. Of particular interest is the documentation of the Warsaw conference of 1982 (G.54), which followed the imposition of martial law in Poland.
As President, Hodgkin attended most Council and Executive Committee meetings and presided over the opening sessions of the annual conferences, as well as presiding over and giving the closing address at the final plenary sessions. Typescript or manuscript drafts survive for many of these.

Contents:
G.22-G.35 General papers and correspondence.
G.36-G.66 Conferences.
G.67-G.80 Symposia and workshops.
G.81-G.83 Executive Committee.
G.84-G.87 British Pugwash Group.
G.88-G.94 Miscellaneous.

General papers and correspondence  [no ref.]  1962-92

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.22  1962, 1969, 1975-77.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.23  1978

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.24  1979

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.25  1980

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.26  1981

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.27  1982

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.28  1983

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.29  1984

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.30  1985

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.31  1986

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.32  1987 January-August

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.33  1987 September-December

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.34  1988-92

Contents:
Includes correspondence re detaining of the Romanian physicist. 1. Ursu and Hodgkins efforts to secure his release.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.35  nd

Conferences  [no ref.]  1957-90

Conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.36  n.d

Contents:
'Proceedings of the First Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs. Pugwash, Nova Scotia, Canada, 7-10 July 1957. Published on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Pugwash 1982.
'The Third Pugwash Conference - September 1958. By Professor Dame Kathleen Lonsdale'.
The third conference was held at Kitzbuhel, Austria.

Conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.37  1965-1966

Administrative history:
Hodgkin did not attend this conference, but attempted to organise a special session of the Pugwash Conference in Ghana, in order to attract Chinese scientists in view of the special relations which then existed between China and Ghana. Plans for this were cancelled, however, after the fall of the government of Kwame Nkrumah.

Contents:
Correspondence 1965-66 re 1966 conference, held at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.38  c1967

Contents:
17th Pugwash Conference, Ronneby, Sweden, 3-8 September 1967.
Registration form.
'Final Report of Working Group 7. "Current Conflicts and their Resolution".'

25th Pugwash Conference, Madras, India, 13-19 January 1976  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.39, G.40  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
The Conference marked Hodgkin's formal assumption of the office of President of Pugwash.

25th Pugwash Conference, Madras, India, 13-19 January 1976  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.39  c1976

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Brief correspondence arising.

25th Pugwash Conference, Madras, India, 13-19 January 1976  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.40  c1976

Contents:
'Opening Speech by the President of Pugwash.'
'Welcoming Address made to the Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi by the President of Pugwash.'
Press release. Includes text of Hodgkin's concluding remarks.
Newspaper cuttings.
Memorabilia.

27th Pugwash Conference, Munich, West Germany, 24-29 August 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.41-G.43  [n.d.]

27th Pugwash Conference, Munich, West Germany, 24-29 August 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.41  c1977

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Correspondence arising.
Typescript of Hodgkin's closing address.

27th Pugwash Conference, Munich, West Germany, 24-29 August 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.42  c1977

Contents:
Conference papers.

27th Pugwash Conference, Munich, West Germany, 24-29 August 1977.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.43  c1977
Language:  French and German

Contents:
Newspaper and magazine articles

Conference  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.44  c1978

Contents:
28th Pugwash Conference, Varna, Bulgaria, 1-5 September 1978.
Letter re arrangements.
Typescript of address by Hodgkin.
Correspondence arising.

25th Pugwash Conference, Madras, India, 13-19 January 1976  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.45  c1979

Contents:
29th Pugwash Conference, Mexico City, 18-23 July 1979.
Minutes of 50th and 51st Sessions of the Pugwash Council.

30th Pugwash Conference, Breukelen, The Netherlands, 20-25 August 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.46-G.51  [n.d.]

30th Pugwash Conference, Breukelen, The Netherlands, 20-25 August 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.46  c1980

Contents:
Typescript of 'Statement' by Hodgkin.
Typescript of Hodgkin's closing address.
Brief correspondence with Radio della Svizzera Italiana re interview Hodgkin gave about the conference. Includes manuscript notes by Hodgkin re questions asked in correspondence.
Manuscript notes.

30th Pugwash Conference, Breukelen, The Netherlands, 20-25 August 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.47  c1980

Contents:
52nd and 53rd Sessions of the Pugwash Council. Minutes and agendas.
List of participants at conference.

30th Pugwash Conference, Breukelen, The Netherlands, 20-25 August 1980.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.48-G.51  c1980

4 folders.

Contents:
Conference papers.

31st Pugwash Conference, Banff, Canada, 28 August - 2 September 1981.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.52, G.53  [n.d.]

31st Pugwash Conference, Banff, Canada, 28 August - 2 September 1981.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.52  c1981

Contents:
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Programme.
Manuscript and typescript drafts of Hodgkin's closing remarks.
Newspaper articles.

31st Pugwash Conference, Banff, Canada, 28 August - 2 September 1981.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.53  c1981

Contents:
Conference papers.

Conference  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.54  c1982

Contents:
32nd Pugwash Conference, Warsaw, 26-31 August 1982.
Correspondence re arrangements, mostly re refusal of many Pugwash members to attend the conference, following the imposition of martial law in Poland.
Brief correspondence arising.
Personal statement to the Press by Hodgkin re 'the events of August 31st in Warsaw'.
Newspaper cuttings, including letter from Hodgkin and M.M. Kaplan, secretary general of Pugwash, to The New York Times, headed 'The Warsaw Pugwash Conference Did Not "Cower" to the Soviets'.

33rd Pugwash Conference, Venice, 26-31 August 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.55-G.57  [n.d.]

33rd Pugwash Conference, Venice, 26-31 August 1983  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.55  c1983

Contents:
'Remarks by Professor Dorothy Hodgkin at the closing session.'
'Report of the Secretary General for 1982-1983.'
List of participants; list of commissioned papers.
Manuscript notes.
Letter arising.

33rd Pugwash Conference, Venice, 26-31 August 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.56, G.57  c1983

2 folders.

Contents:
Conference papers.

33rd Pugwash Conference, Venice, 26-31 August 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.58  c1984

Contents:
34th Pugwash Conference, Bjorkliden, Sweden, 9-16 July 1984.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Minutes of the 63rd Session of the Pugwash Council. Includes programme and analysis of geographical distribution of participants for 35th Conference.

35th Pugwash Conference, Campinas, Brazil, 9-14 July 1985.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.59, G.60  [n.d.]

35th Pugwash Conference, Campinas, Brazil, 9-14 July 1985.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.59  c1985

Contents:
Programme; list of commissioned papers; list of participants.
Minutes of the 64th and 65th Sessions of the Pugwash Council.
'Report of the Secretary General for 1984-85.'

35th Pugwash Conference, Campinas, Brazil, 9-14 July 1985.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.60  c1985

Contents:
Conference papers.

Conference  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.61  c1986

Contents:
36th Pugwash Conference, Budapest, 1-6 September 1986.
Letter re arrangements.
Programme; lists of commissioned papers; lists of participants; photograph.
Minutes of the 67th Session of the Pugwash Council.

37th Pugwash Conference, Gmunden am Traunsee, Austria, 1-6 September 1987.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.62-G.64  [n.d.]

37th Pugwash Conference, Gmunden am Traunsee, Austria, 1-6 September 1987.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.62  c1987

Contents:
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Agendas for the 68th, 69th and 70th Sessions of the Pugwash Council; nominations for new Pugwash Council; list of council decisions.
Programme; list of participants.
Manuscript notes.

37th Pugwash Conference, Gmunden am Traunsee, Austria, 1-6 September 1987.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.63, G.64  c1987

2 folders.

Contents:
Conference papers.

Conference  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.65  c1988

Contents:
38th Pugwash Conference, Dagomys, USSR, 29 August - 3 September 1988.
Programme; list of participants.
Statement of the Pugwash Council on 'Global Problems and Common Solutions'.
'Messages of Goodwill for the Conference.'
Manuscript draft of Hodgkin's closing speech.

Conference  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.66  c1989-1990

Contents:
39th Pugwash Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 23-28 July 1989.
List of commissioned papers; list of working group topics.
40th Pugwash Conference, Egham, Surrey, 15-20 September 1990.
Statement of the Pugwash Council - 'Towards a Secure World in the 21st Century'; list of participants.

Symposia and workshops  [no ref.]  1969-88

Contents:
Smaller groups met at workshops and symposia to discuss particularly topical problems of international affairs. The material, arranged by year, mostly consists of agendas and lists of participants, with some scattered correspondence.

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.67  1969, 1973, 1978-79

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.68, G.69  1980

2 folders.

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.70  1981

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.71  1982

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.72  1983

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.73  1984

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.74-G.77  1985

4 folders.

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.78  1986

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.79  1987

Symposia and workshops  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.80  1988

Executive Committee  [no ref.]  1977-88

Administrative history:
The Executive Committee approved and implemented decisions of Council, which was responsible for Pugwash policy. It could also act in matters of policy when so authorised (see G.83). Hodgkin, as President, was a permanent member.

Executive Committee  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.81  1978-81, 1985-87, nd

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

Executive Committee  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.82  1977-85

Contents:
Minutes and agendas, agenda items

Executive Committee  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.83  1986-88, nd

Contents:
Minutes and agendas, agenda items

British Pugwash Group  [no ref.]  1979-91

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was a member of the Executive Committee from 1980 to 1987.

British Pugwash Group  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.84  1979-82

Contents:
General papers and correspondence.

British Pugwash Group  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.85  1983-85

Contents:
General papers and correspondence.

British Pugwash Group  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.86  1986-87

Contents:
General papers and correspondence.

British Pugwash Group  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.87  1988-91

Contents:
General papers and correspondence.

Miscellaneous  [no ref.]  1965-90

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.88  1965, 1967, 1974, 1982-90

1 box.

Contents:
'Pugwash Newsletter'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.89  1970-88

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.90  1987

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re award of the Antonio Feltrinelli Prize to the Pugwash Movement, 1987. Includes manuscript and typescript drafts of Hodgkin's acceptance speech, 'Hope for the Future'.

Olympia Prize of the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, awarded to the Pugwash Movement, 1987, 'for contributions to the preservation of nature or to the safeguarding of our cultural inheritance'.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.91, G.92  [n.d.]

Olympia Prize of the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, awarded to the Pugwash Movement, 1987, 'for contributions to the preservation of nature or to the safeguarding of our cultural inheritance'.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.91  c1987

Contents:
Correspondence.

Olympia Prize of the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, awarded to the Pugwash Movement, 1987, 'for contributions to the preservation of nature or to the safeguarding of our cultural inheritance'.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.92  c1987

Contents:
Typescript of Hodgkin's acceptance speech, with manuscript additions and corrections.
Programme of events: background material.

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.93  nd

Contents:
Unidentified manuscript notes and drafts by Hodgkin

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.94  n.d

1 box.

Contents:
Printed and duplicated background material.

Russian dissidents  [no ref. or date]

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.95  1972-73

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and others

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.96  1974

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.97  1975

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.98  1976-77

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.99  1978

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.100  1979-81

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.101  1982

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.102  1983

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.103  1984

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.104  1985

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Russian dissidents  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.105  1986-88, nd

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re dissident scientists and other

Scientists against nuclear arms (SANA)  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The purpose of SANA, as stated at its inaugural conference (G.107), was 'to promote and coordinate the activities of scientists aimed at assisting groups and individuals concerned with halting and reversing the nuclear arms race'.
Hodgkin chaired the opening plenary session of the inaugural conference.

Scientists against nuclear arms (SANA)  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.106  1981-87

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

Scientists against nuclear arms (SANA)  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.107  c1981

Contents:
Inaugural conference, Open University, Milton Keynes, 21-22 March 1981.
Letter re arrangements.
Programme; lists of participants; background material.
'Statement of Aims and Functions.'
Newspaper cutting.

International Symposium on Problems and Prospects of Nuclear Disarmament, London, 21-25 September 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.108, G.109  [n.d.]

International Symposium on Problems and Prospects of Nuclear Disarmament, London, 21-25 September 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.108  c1983

Contents:
Brief correspondence.
Programme; lists of participants; final statement.
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin.

International Symposium on Problems and Prospects of Nuclear Disarmament, London, 21-25 September 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.109  c1983

Contents:
Conference papers.

Scientists against nuclear arms (SANA)  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.110  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous background material.

Society for Anglo-Chinese understanding (SACU)  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
SACU was founded in 1965: 'to promote friendship and understanding between the British and Chinese peoples'. (G.113).
Hodgkin was a sponsor of the organisation from its foundation.

Society for Anglo-Chinese understanding (SACU)  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.111  1965-67, 1969, 1972-73

Contents:
General papers and correspondence
Includes lists of sponsors, 1965.

Society for Anglo-Chinese understanding (SACU)  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.112  1974-75, 1980-81, 1984-86

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

Society for Anglo-Chinese understanding (SACU)  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.113  n.d

Contents:
General papers and correspondence
Miscellaneous background material.

Vietnam  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin's concern about the war in Vietnam led to her involvement in a number of organisations seeking to provide humanitarian aid. The most important of these was the Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam, of which she was made Vice-President in 1965, becoming President in 1971. There is extensive documentation of her activities within the Committee.
As President, Hodgkin visited North Vietnam in 1971 and in 1974; only a little material relating to these visits survives (G.144. G.145).

Contents:
G.114-G.121 General papers and correspondence.
G.122-G.136 Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam.
G.137 World Federation of Scientific Workers: Scientists' Appeal for Vietnam.
G.138-G.141 International Commission of Enquiry into US Crimes in Indochina.
G.142, G.143 British Hospital for Vietnam.
G.144-G.156 Miscellaneous.

General papers and correspondence  [no ref.]  1965-93

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.114  1965-69

Contents:
Includes correspondence with Bertrand Russell re War Crimes Tribunal.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.115  1970-71

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.116  1972

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.117  1973-75

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.118  1978-79

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.119  1980

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.120  1984-85, 1987-90, 1993

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.121  nd

Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam  [no ref.]  1965-89

Administrative history:
The Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam was founded in 1965. Its initial aim was to send 'medical aid to the areas where the bombs were falling, and the casualties highest - the National Liberation Front areas of South Vietnam'. It extended its terms of reference in 1966 to include 'requests for medical aid from the Red Cross Society of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in Hanol'. It continued to work in South East Asia after 1979 as Medical and Scientific Aid for Vietnam, Laos and Kampuchea, concerning itself with providing 'scientific aid in relation to medical research'. (G. 127).
In 1965 Hodgkin was asked to become President by Joan McMichael, Honorary Secretary of the Medical Aid Committee. She declined, however, on the grounds that she was spending time in Ghana, where Thomas Hodgkin was setting up an institute of African studies, and that the President outght to be in England to support McMichael. Instead Hodgkin agreed to serve as Vice-President until 1971, when she became President.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.122-G.131  1965-89

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.122  1965-69

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.123  1970-71

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.124  1972

Contents:
Includes letter to The Times written by Hodgkin and dated 29th December.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.125  1973-75

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.126  1976-77

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.127  1978-79

Contents:
Includes an historical account of the Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.128  1980-81

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.129  1983-87

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.130  1988-89

Contents:
Includes Hodgkin's obituary of McMichael, The Guardian, 16 August 1989, with manuscript and typescript drafts.

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.131  nd

Contents:
Includes manuscript notes by Hodgkin, photographs, newspaper article (in Hungarian).

Minutes and agenda  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.132-G.135  1965-85

Minutes and agenda  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.132  1965, 1967-69

Minutes and agenda  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.133  1970-72

Minutes and agenda  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.134  1973-76

Minutes and agenda  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.135  1977-78, 1980-81, 1985

General papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.136  1968-89

1 box.

Contents:
'News Bulletin'. Not a complete sequence.

World Federation of Scientific Workers: Scientists' Appeal for Vietnam  [no ref.]  1967-68, 1971

Administrative history:
The WFSW launched two appeals, in 1967 and in 1971, for donations to replace scientific equipment lost in North Vietnam during the war.
Hodgkin was a sponsor of both appeals.

World Federation of Scientific Workers: Scientists' Appeal for Vietnam  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.137  1967-1971

Contents:
Papers and correspondence 1967-68, 1971.
List of names of people invited to sponsor the [?1967] appeal; list of donations.

International Commission of Enquiry into US Crimes in Indochina  [no ref.]  1969-75

Administrative history:
The Commission was established at the 5th Stockholm Conference on Vietnam in March 1970. Its task, as set out in G. 138, was to: 'deal with... crimes of aggression against the fundamental national rights of the Indochinese peoples... to gather and evaluate evidence of the crimes committed by the United States... and to place this material at the disposal of world opinion.' It organised a series of hearings and conferences, the meeting in Copenhagen in October 1972 being particularly well documented here.
Hodgkin was one of the Deputy Chairmen of the Commission.

International Commission of Enquiry into US Crimes in Indochina  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.138  c 1970

Contents:
5th Stockholm Conference on Vietnam, 28-30 March 1970.
Correspondence re arrangements.
Report on conference.
Correspondence arising.

International Commission of Enquiry into US Crimes in Indochina. Third Session, Copenhagen, 10-16 October 1972.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.139, G.140  [n.d.]

International Commission of Enquiry into US Crimes in Indochina. Third Session, Copenhagen, 10-16 October 1972.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.139  c 1972

Contents:
Letter re arrangements.
Programme; 'Statement at the opening session' by H. Goran Franck, Secretary General; list of participants; draft of concluding statement, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin; photographs.

International Commission of Enquiry into US Crimes in Indochina. Third Session, Copenhagen, 10-16 October 1972.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.140  c 1972

Contents:
Conference papers.
'Home for Christmas.' Manuscript and typescript drafts ?of lecture given by Hodgkin. The lecture discusses the findings of the Copenhagen Commission and Hodgkin's visit to Vietnam in 1971 (G.144, G.145).

International Commission of Enquiry into US Crimes in Indochina  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.141  n.d and 1969-1975

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers and correspondence 1969-75.
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin.
Newspaper articles.

British Hospital for Vietnam  [no ref.]  1974-77

Administrative history:
The British Hospital for Vietnam project proposed to build a hospital in the district of Ky Anh in North Vietnam. It launched an appeal to raise the necessary funds in September 1975.
Hodgkin was an Honorary Vice-President of the project.

British Hospital for Vietnam  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.142  1974, 1976-77

Contents:
General papers and correspondence

British Hospital for Vietnam  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.143  1974-77

Contents:
Minutes and agendas

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Hodgkin's visits to Vietnam  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.144, G.145  1971, 1974

Hodgkin's visits to Vietnam  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.144  c 1971-c 1974

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for 1971 visit.
Manuscript notes by Elizabeth Hodgkin, daughter; memorabilia.
Correspondence arising.
Brief correspondence arising from 1974 visit.
Memorabilia.
'Le Miracle Vietnamien.' Typescript draft of article arising from visit, probably by Thomas Hodgkin, [?1971].

Hodgkin's visits to Vietnam  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.145  1971

Contents:
Photographs from 1971 visit, some annotated.

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.146  n.d and 1971-1972

Contents:
Hodgkin's manuscript and typescript notes and drafts, nd.
'A plea against slaughter', The Times, 20 March 1971; correspondence arising.
'Bombs over Thanhhoa', New York Times, 7 January 1972; letter arising.

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.147  1971

Contents:
Communiqués sent to Hodgkin by the Commission for Investigation of the U.S. Imperialists' War Crimes in Vietnam

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.148  1972

Contents:
Communiques sent to Hodgkin by the Commission for Investigation of the U.S. Imperialists' War Crimes in Vietnam

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.149  1972-73

Administrative history:
The Jason Division was a group of leading American scientists who met to work on national security matters.

Contents:
Papers and correspondence re role of the Jason Division of the Institute of Defense Analysis in Vietnam

Press releases and correspondence from the Vietnamese Embassy in London  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.150, G.151  1980-89

Press releases and correspondence from the Vietnamese Embassy in London  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.150  1980-81

Press releases and correspondence from the Vietnamese Embassy in London  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.151  1986, 1988-89

Newspaper and magazine articles  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.152, G.153  1966-89

Newspaper and magazine articles  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.152  1966-74

Newspaper and magazine articles  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.153  1975-81, 1989, nd

'The Vietnam Courier'  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.154, G.155  1967-85

Contents:
A newspaper published in North Vietnam.

'The Vietnam Courier'  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.154  1967-74

'The Vietnam Courier'  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.155  1975-81, 1985

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.156  1971

Contents:
'South Vietnam. In Struggle.'
A newspaper published by the South Vietnam National Front for Liberation.

VISITS AND CONFERENCES  [no ref. or date]

'Science and Peace: The Nobel Laureates Answer', Paris, 26-28 October 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.157, G.158  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin gave a lecture on 'Science confronts Morality'.

'Science and Peace: The Nobel Laureates Answer', Paris, 26-28 October 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.157  c1983

Contents:
Programme; background information; poster advertising the event.

'Science and Peace: The Nobel Laureates Answer', Paris, 26-28 October 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.158  c1983

Contents:
Typescript and manuscript drafts of lecture.
Memorabilia.

'Symposium on Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and World Unity', New Delhi, 24 March 1986  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.159, G.160  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin arrived in India on 20 March, lecturing the next day at the National Physical Laboratory, Delhi. She was one of three speakers at the Radhakrishnan symposium, organised to commemorate the life and ideas of the former President of India. On March 25th she lectured in Bangalore on 'Recent discussions within the Pugwash movement on disarmament', returning to England the next day.

'Symposium on Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and World Unity', New Delhi, 24 March 1986  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.159  1985-1986

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, May 1985 - February 1986.
Brief correspondence arising.

'Symposium on Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and World Unity', New Delhi, 24 March 1986  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.160  n.d

Contents:
Typescript draft of lecture at symposium, entitled 'Radhakrishnan'.
Manuscript draft of Bangalore lecture; manuscript notes.
Itinerary; notice of Bangalore lecture; invitation to symposium; newspaper cutting.

'Science and Peace: The Nobel Laureates Answer', Paris, 26-28 October 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.161  1985-1989

Contents:
International Scientists' Peace Congress, 'Ways out of the Arms Race', Hamburg, 14-16 November 1986.
Hodgkin was a member of the Advisory Committee.
Correspondence re arrangements, December 1985 - November 1986.
Correspondence arising, December 1986, March-April 1989, re publication of proceedings.
List of members of the Advisory and Organising Committees, and of speakers.
Manuscript notes by Hodgkin.

'Science and Peace: The Nobel Laureates Answer', Paris, 26-28 October 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.162  c1986

Contents:
'A UNESCO Round Table for the Celebration of the International Year of Peace', Paris, 15-16 December 1986.
Brief correspondence re arrangements.
Conference papers.
Letter arising.

'Science and Peace: The Nobel Laureates Answer', Paris, 26-28 October 1983.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.163  c 1986

Contents:
'Congress of Intellectuals for a Peaceful Future of the World', Warsaw, 1986.
List of participants only.

International Forum of Scientists for a Test Ban, Moscow, 14-16 February 1987.  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.164, G.165  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited to participate in the Forum by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. There are references to a similar meeting in 1986, but there is no evidence that she participated.

International Forum of Scientists for a Test Ban, Moscow, 14-16 February 1987  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.164  1986, nd

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements.
Letter arising

International Forum of Scientists for a Test Ban, Moscow, 14-16 February 1987  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.165  c1987

Contents:
'Declaration' of participants of 1986 meeting; paper from 1987 meeting.
Photograph; manuscript notes (author unknown).
Memorabilia.

LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/G.158 and NCUACS 47.3.94/G.160

LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.166  1967-1968

Administrative history:
Hodgkin was invited by the National Committee for the Gandhi Centenary, New Delhi, to write an article for a volume commemorating the birth centenary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Contents:
'A Writing for Mahatma Gandhi.' Gandhi Centenary Commemoration Volume, Gandhi Peace Foundation, 1968.
Correspondence, August 1967 - April 1968.
Typescripts, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin; manuscript notes.

LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.167, G.168  [n.d.]

Contents:
'On Making Peace Possible.' Sophia Lecture, Newcastle upon Tyne, 22 October 1981.

LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.167  n.d and 1979-1980

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements, January 1979, 1980.
Notice of lecture; 'Guest List for Dinner Party'.
Brief correspondence arising re publication of lecture in the journal Co-Existence.

LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.168  c1981-1982

Contents:
Typescript draft, with manuscript additions and corrections by Hodgkin; list of corrections to be made.
Manuscript notes.
Reprint of lecture in Co-Existence, vol.19, no.1, April 1982.

LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.169  nd

Contents:
'Shrimati Indira Gandhi.'
Manuscript draft [? of lecture] only.

LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.170, G.171  nd

2 folders.

Contents:
Unidentified manuscript notes by Hodgkin re lectures

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
G.172-G.199 Papers and correspondence.
G.200-G.202 Newspaper and magazine cuttings.
G.203, G.204 Printed and duplicated material.

[no title or ref. or date]

Papers and correspondence  [no ref.]  1952-91

Contents:
A chronological sequence of shorter papers and correspondence with individuals and organisations.

Papers and Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.172  1952-72

Papers and Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.173  1973

Papers and Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.174  1974-76

Papers and Correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.175  1977-79

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.176  1980

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.177  1981 January-May

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.178  1981 June-December

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.179  1982

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.180  1983 January-October

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.181  1983 November, December

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.182  1984 January-August

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.183  1984 September-December

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.184  1985 January-May

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.185  1985 June-August

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.186  1985 September-December

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.187  1986 January-April

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.188  1986 May-August

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.189  1986 September-December

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.190  1987 January-April

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.191  1987 May-August

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.192  1987 September-December

Contents:
Includes typescript and manuscript draft of 'Prospects for Peace' by Hodgkin.

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.193  1988 January-August

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.194  1988 September-December

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.195  1989 January-June

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.196  1989 July-December

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.197  1990-91

Papers and correspondence  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.198, G.199  nd

2 folders.

Newspaper and magazine cuttings  [no ref.]  1954-90

Newspaper and magazine cuttings  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.200  1954-55, 1962, 1976-80

Newspaper and magazine cuttings  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.201  1981-83

Newspaper and magazine cuttings  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.202  1984-88, 1990, nd

Printed and duplicated material  [no ref. or date]

Printed and duplicated material  NCUACS 47.3.94/G.203, G.204  n.d

2 boxes.

SECTION H CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.1-H.331  [n.d.]

Contents:
H.1-H.262 GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE
In alphabetical order with an indication of any information of particular biographical, historical or scientific interest.
Hodgkin kept together by topic much of the scientific correspondence relating to her principal research projects, and this correspondence is to be found in Section B Research.
H.263-H.306 SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE
In chronological order.
H.307-H.331 REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
In chronological order.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.1  1977

Contents:
Abraham, E.P.
One letter only re first recorded proposal of the [beta]-lactam structure of penicillin.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.2  1959-66

Administrative history:
Abrahamssohn was a Swedish scientist who was awarded a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship in 1959 to work in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Abrahamssohn, S.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.3  1964, 1967-72

Administrative history:
Adams did D.Phil research with Hodgkin and after a period at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana returned to Oxford University to make her career there.

Contents:
Adams, M.J.
Research and recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.4  1948-52, 1955

Administrative history:
Addamiano was an Italian scientist who came to work in Hodgkin's laboratory in 1948 supported by the Italian government.

Contents:
Addamiano, A.
Research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.5  1965-66, 1969

Administrative history:
Adeoye came from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria to continue his postgraduate research in Oxford. Hodgkin had already become acquainted with Adeoye's work when he was carrying out research at the University of Ghana.

Contents:
Adeoye, S.A.
Arrangements for visit to Oxford; recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.6  1954-55

Administrative history:
Aeschlimann was Vice President in charge of chemical research at Hoffmann-La Roche, Nutley, New Jersey.

Contents:
Aeschlimann, J.A.
X-ray examination work for Hoffmann-La Roche.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.7  1976-77

Administrative history:
Agarwal was based at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York.

Contents:
Agarwal, R.
Recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.8  1950-51, 1957

Administrative history:
Ambrose was based first at the Courtaulds Ltd Research Laboratories, Maidenhead, Berkshire and then from 1951 at the Chester Beatty Research Institute, London.

Contents:
Ambrose, E.J.
Research on gramicidin S and fibrous insulin.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.9  1965-76

Administrative history:
Anderson came from the University of Auckland to do postdoctoral research on thiostrepton in Hodgkin's laboratory. He subsequently made his career in Australia and New Zealand.

Contents:
Anderson, B.J.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; research; recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.10  1970-77

Administrative history:
Andreeva was based at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Institute of Molecular Biology, Moscow.

Contents:
Andreeva, N.S.
Visits.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.11  1935, 1937, 1952-53

Administrative history:
Astbury was based at the University of Leeds where he was Professor of Biomolecular Structure 1945-61.

Contents:
Astbury, W.T.
Research; Royal Society discussion meeting on the structure of proteins (May 1952).

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.12  1968-69, 1977

Administrative history:
Baker came from New Zealand to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory subsequently returning to New Zealand to make his career.

Contents:
Baker, E.N.
Recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.13  1959, 1961

Administrative history:
Barker was based at the Department of Plant Biochemistry, University of California, Berkeley.

Contents:
Barker, H.A.
Vitamin B12 coenzymes.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.14  1968-76, 1981

Administrative history:
Bartczak came from the Institute of Polymers, Lodz, Poland for postdoctoral training in Hodgkin's laboratory 1969-70.

Contents:
Bartczak, T.J.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; publication.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.15  1963-65, 1972, 1974

Administrative history:
Basak was Professor of Physics at Presidency College, Calcutta. He came to Hodgkin's laboratory in 1964 for training in computer applications in x-ray crystallography.

Contents:
Basak, B.S.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; advice on external examiners.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.16  1958, 1963, 1966

Contents:
Bastiansen, O.
Principally re visit of Hodgkin to Norway in 1958.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.17  1936-51

Administrative history:
Beevers was the inventor with H. Lipson (q.v.) of the Beevers-Lipson strips for Fourier analysis.

Contents:
Beevers, C.A.
Beevers-Lipson strips; research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.18  1963-68

Administrative history:
Bekoe was a West African crystallographer working in Ghana and Nigeria.

Contents:
Bekoe, D.A.
Research; visit by Hodgkin to Nigeria; recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.19  1970-76

Administrative history:
Bentley came from the University of Auckland to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory. He worked on the crystal structure of 4-zinc insulin.

Contents:
Bentley, G.A.
Recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.20  1965-66, 1970-71

Contents:
Bentz, E.J., Jr.
Possible study at Oxford; visit to Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.21  1944-45, 1972, 1980-86

Administrative history:
Wife of J.D. Bernal.

Contents:
Bernal, E.

Bernal, J.D. various dates  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.22, H.23  1935-69, nd


Related information: For material re Bernal Peace Library see NCUACS 47.3.94/G.1-G.6.

Administrative history:
Hodgkin worked with Bernal in Cambridge 1932-34. He subsequently became Professor at Birkbeck College London, Physics 1937-63, Crystallography 1963-68.
Hodgkin lectured and wrote about Bernal on a number of occasions, preparing the biographical memoir for the Royal Society (Bibliog. 160, 1980). See D.22, D.41, D.80-D.102, D.154, D.155, F.133.

Bernal, J.D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.22  1935-39.

Contents:
Photocopies of Hodgkin's letters to Bernal (one to Eileen Bernal).
The years have been added to the photocopies by Hodgkin.
For photocopies of Bernal's correspondence with scientific colleagues see D.95-D.102.
Originals in Cambridge University Library.

Bernal, J.D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.23  1943, 1950, 1956, 1965, 1967, 1969, nd.

Contents:
1950 material relates to a decision by the British Association for the Advancement of Science not to re-elect Bernal to its Council. 1965 item is copy of a letter to Thomas Hodgkin.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.24  1949-58, 1971-75

Contents:
Bijvoet, J.M.
Bijvoet was based at the University of Utrecht.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.25  1957, 1960

Administrative history:
Blackett was a British physicist who was awarded the 1948 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Contents:
Blackett, P.M.S.
Research funding for crystallographic calculations on the Deuce computer at the National Physical Laboratory; requirements for neutron diffraction work in the UK.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.26  1956, 1974-76

Contents:
Blow, D.M.
Includes letter re Russian scientist refused visa to go to Israel.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.27  1989-90

Contents:
Blundell, T.L.
1989 Letter re Eastern European scientists visiting UK.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.27A  1940-81

Administrative history:
Käte Schiff was born in Austria and worked for her doctorate in V.M. Goldschmidt's laboratory at Gottingen. She came to England as a refugee working for a time with Hodgkin in Oxford. After the Second World War she returned to Germany with her husband Paul Dornberger and subsequently made her career at the Institut fur Strukturforschung, Berlin-Adlersdorf, DDR.

Contents:
Boll-Dornberger, K. née Schiff various dates
Includes biographical account by Hodgkin.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.28  1945, 1947, 1973

Contents:
Booth, A.D.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.29  1967-76

Administrative history:
Borisov came from the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Institute of Crystallography, Moscow to work in Hodgkin's laboratory 1976-77.

Contents:
Borisov, V.V.
Arrangements to work in Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.30  1968, 1974-78

Administrative history:
Borrás-Cuesta came from the Catholic University, Santiago, Chile, to take part in the insulin research in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Borrás-Cuesta, F.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; difficulties in carrying out research in Chile; recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.31  1939

Administrative history:
Bragg was a British physicist who with his son W.L. Bragg (q.v.) pioneered the technique of x-ray diffraction in the study of crystals. For this work they were jointly awarded the 1915 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Contents:
Bragg, W.H.
One letter only re publication of Bibliog, 30, 1940

Bragg, W.L. various dates  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.32-H.34  1942-76

Bragg, W.L.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.32  1942, 1945-49.

Bragg, W.L.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.33  1954-57, 1959, 1965.

Contents:
Bragg's letter of 6 May 1955 is 'a wild proposal which you will turn down right away' for Hodgkin to come and work at the Royal Institution, London.

Bragg, W.L.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.34  1969-71, 1976.

Contents:
Material re Bragg Symposium 1970, obituary, reviews, correspondence re Bragg papers at the Royal Institution, London. Bragg died in 1971.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.35  1968-72

Administrative history:
Brehm came from the Danish Farmaceutiske Hojskola, Copenhagen to do x-ray structural work on compounds of biological interest in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Brehm, V.E.L.
Arrangements to work in Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.36  1949-50, 1952-53

Administrative history:
Brink came from Leiden to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Brink, C.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.37  Brodsky came from the Rutgers Medical School, New Jersey to work on a crystal structure in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Administrative history:
1976-77

Contents:
Brodsky, B. nee Doyle

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.38  1949-55, 1969, 1973


Related information: For earlier correspondence re his collaboration with Hodgkin in pencillin structure analysis see NCUACS 47.3.94/B.341-B.344, NCUACS 47.3.94/B.375.

Administrative history:
Bunn was an ICI industrial chemist who invented the fly's eye technique in x-ray analysis.
Research; computer applications in crystal analysis; recommendation.

Contents:
Bunn, C.W.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.39  1966-75, 1987, 1991

Administrative history:
Candeloro came from the lstituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome with a scholarship from the italian National Research Council to work in Hodgkin's laboratory, She collaborated in the structure analysis of ferroverdin.

Contents:
Candeloro De Sanctis, S.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; research; publications.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.40  1948-58, 1968, 1976, 1980

Administrative history:
Carlisle was a research student of Hodgkin at Oxford working on the crystal structure of cholestryl iodide. He subsequently made his career at Birkbeck College London succeeding J.D. Bernal in the Chair of Crystallography at Birkbeck in 1968.

Contents:
Carlisle, C.H.
Research; Institute of Physics X ray Analysis Group (XRAG); recommendation.
Includes 'Synopsis of remarks by Prof. J.D. Bernal' at autumn meeting of XRAG, 1952.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.41  1945, 1954, 1962

Contents:
Chain, E.B.
Research.
1945 letter includes Chain's reaction to award of the Nobel Prize in Medicine (with Fleming and Florey) for work on penicillin.

Chudhury, A.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.42-H.46  1973-79

Administrative history:
Chaudhury was Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Physics at the University of Dacca who visited Hodgkiin's laboratory in June 1973 as part of a programme arranged by the British Council. He subsequently fell foul of the military regime in Bangladesh and was charged with corruption, spending a period in prison, before coming to Oxford as non-stipendiary Visiting Fellow of Wolfson College. Hodgkin made strenuous efforts on Chaudhury's behalf including financial provision for the Wolfson Fellowship.

Contents:
Principally re Chaudhury's difficulties with the Bangladesh authorities and efforts to enable him to take up the Wolfson Felloship.

Chaudhury, A.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.42  1973-75

Chaudhury, A.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.43  1976 January-June

Chaudhury, A.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.44  1976 July-December

Chaudhury, A.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.45  1977-79

Chaudhury, A.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.46  n.d

Contents:
Photocopied and printed background material. includes copies of documents in the martial law case against Chaudhury, and newsheets published in London by opponents of the military regime in Bangladesh.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.47  1942, 1947, 1980

Administrative history:
Chibnall was the Sir William Dunn Professor of Biochemistry at Cambridge 1943-49

Contents:
Chibnall, A.C.
Includes copy of Chibnall's Bakerian Lecture on 'Amino acid analysis and the structure of protein' 1942.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.48  1950-1956, 1966

Administrative history:
Cochran was based at the Crystallographic Laboratory, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge and the University of Glasgow.

Contents:
Cochran, W.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.49  1934

Administrative history:
Cook was based at the Research Institute, The Cancer Hospital (Free), Fulham Road, London.

Contents:
Cook, J.W.
Re paper on the pentacyclic aromatic hydrocarbon from cholesterol.
Includes copy of paper and letter from Cook to Bernal.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.50  1961, 1965-69

Administrative history:
Cooper came from the University of New South Wales to undertake D.Phil. research in Oxford under Hodgkin's supervision.

Contents:
Cooper, A.
Research; recommendations; publication.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.51  1958-59

Contents:
Coppola, J.C.
Re possible D.Phill, work with Hodgkin at Oxford. In the end Coppola went to University College London to work with Kathleen Lonsdale (q.v.).

Cornforth  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.52-H.54  1945-89

Administrative history:
Cornforth was a research student of Sir Robert Robinson in Oxford who subsequently worked at the National Institute for Medical Research, London, "Shell" Research Limited and the University of Sussex. He was awarded the 1975 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (jointly) for his work on the stereochemistry of enzyme-catalyzed reactions.

Contents:
J.W. various dates
Research.

Cornforth, J.W.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.52  1945-1957

Contents:
Includes manuscript draft on 'The crystallographic investigation of some phenol formaldehyde polymers' dated Oxford August 1953.

Cornforth, J.W.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.53  1961-63, 1976, 1989

Cornforth, J.W.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.54  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript data, x-ray photographs etc.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.55  [1947]-1974

Administrative history:
Coulson was Rouse Ball Professor of mathematics 1952-72 and Professor of Theoretical Chemistry 1972-74, Oxford University.

Contents:
Coulson, C.A. various dates
1974 material relates to organisation of commemorative appeal after Coulson's death that year.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.56  1968-75

Administrative history:
Coulter was based at the Department of Anatomy, University of Chicago where he carried out research on a monophosphate derivative of vitamin B12. He spent a sabbatical year in Oxford 1970-71.

Contents:
Coulter, C.L.
Research; publication; recommendations.

Cox, E.G.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.57, H.58  1936-37, 1946-56, 1960, nd

Administrative history:
Cox was based at the Chemistry Department, University of Leeds. He subsequently became Secretary of the Agricultural Research Council.

Cox, E.G.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.57  1936-37

Contents:
Principally re joint report on crystallography for inclusion in Annual Reports of The Chemical Society.

Cox, E.G.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.58  1946-56, 1960. nd

Contents:
1954 correspondence re computing for Hodgkin's vitamin B12 work.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.59  1954, 1957, 1966, 1969-77

Administrative history:
Cruickshank was a member of E.G. Cox's Department at Leeds University (see H.58). He subsequently held Chairs at Glasgow University and the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology.

Contents:
Cruickshank, D.W.J.
1954 letter is re computing for Hodgkin's vitamin B12 work.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.60  1969-76

Administrative history:
Cutfield came from the University of Auckland to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory. He returned to New Zealand to a post at the University of Otago.

Contents:
Cutfield, J.F.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.61  1970-71, 1975-76

Administrative history:
Susan Cutfield came to Oxford with her husband J.F. Cutfield (see H.60) to work as a research assistant in Hodgkin's laboratory. She subsequently became an advanced student working under Hodgkin's supervision for the D.Phil, degree.

Contents:
Cutfield, S.M.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; research; recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.62  1957-59, 1966, 1969, 1972

Administrative history:
Dale came from Rhodes University, South Africa to do D.Phil. research with Hodgkin 1958-62. He subsequently worked at the UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment before moving to Australia.

Contents:
Dale, D.H.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; research; recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.63  1944, 1965

Administrative history:
Dale was a British physiologist best known for his work on the chemical transmission of nerve impulses for which he was awarded (jointly) the 1936 Nobel Prize in Medicine.

Contents:
Dale, H.H.
1944 letters relate to use of X-ray tube in laboratory at the Royal Institution, London.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.64  1970-75

Administrative history:
Dargay came from Drexel University, Philadelphia to do D.Phil. research with Hodgkin in Oxford.

Contents:
Dargay, J.M.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; progress report; recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.65  1949-50

Administrative history:
Darwin moved from Oxford to work in A.L. Patterson's laboratory at the Institute for Cancer Research, Fox Chase, Philadelphia.

Contents:
Darwin, C.
Recommendation; impressions of Patterson's laboratory and life in the USA generally; Conference on the Solid State at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute; research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.66  1951, 1954, 1961

Administrative history:
Dauben was based in the Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley.

Contents:
Dauben, W.G.
Suprasterol.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.67  1972, 1984

Contents:
Davies, H.
Re crystallographic study of a compound for Biorex Laboratories.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.68  1968-69, 1972-73, 1977

Administrative history:
Delbaere came from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg to do postdoctoral research in Oxford supported by the National Research Council of Canada.

Contents:
Delbaere, L.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.69  1969

Administrative history:
Dhar was based at the Sheila Dhar Institute of Soil Science, University of Allahabad, India.

Contents:
Dhar, N.R.
Principally letters from Dhar with details of his biography and agricultural research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.70  1957-59

Administrative history:
Dietrich came from the Chemical Institute of the University of Heidelberg to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory supported by the Rockefeller Foundation.

Contents:
Dietrich, H. von
Arrangements to work in Oxford; publications.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.71  1937, 1940, 1955

Administrative history:
Dodds was based at the Courtauld Institute of Biochemistry, Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London.

Contents:
Dodds, E.C.
Research.

Dodson, G.G.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.72-H.74  1960-61, 1965-88, nd

Administrative history:
Dodson came from the University of Auckland to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory, becoming her principal colleague for a number of years in research on the structure and function of insulin. He subsequently moved to the University of York where he became Professor of Chemistry.

Contents:
Research and career.

Dodson, G.G.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.72  1960-61, 1965-71

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Dodson, G.G.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.73  1973-77, 1979, 1981-82, 1986, 1988

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Dodson, G.G.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.74  Nd

Contents:
Includes cvs.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.75  1947-83

Administrative history:
J.D.H. and Gabrielle Donnay were husband and wife working in mineralogical crystallography in the USA and Canada.

Contents:
Donnay, J.D.H. and Donnay, G. various dates

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.76  1966, 1981, 1988-89

Contents:
Duax, W.L.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.77-H.79  1946-84, nd

Administrative history:
Dunitz came to Oxford in 1946 to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory working on calciferol. After periods of research in the USA including the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena he made his career at the Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule, Zurich.

Contents:
Dunitz, J.D.
Various dates
Research and career.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.77  1946-49

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.78  1950-56

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.79  1957-58, 1962-65, 1969, 1972, 1984, nd

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.80  1967, 1969-71, nd

Administrative history:
Edmond came from the University of Edinburgh to do D.Phil. research in Hodgkin's laboratory. He worked on the x-ray crystallographic analysis of crystals related to vitamin B12.

Contents:
Edmond, E.D.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.80A  1982-86, nd

Administrative history:
Emelyanov was a leading figure in the Soviet atomic bomb project and became Chairman of the State Committee on the Use of Atomic Energy.

Contents:
Emelyanov, V.S.
Correspondence and papers re translation and possible publication of English language version of Emelyanov's memoirs.
Includes letter from Emelyanov giving permission for publication in England, and photograph of Emelyanov.

Ewald, P.P. various dates  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.81, H.82  1934-86

Administrative history:
Ewald was one of the founders of x-ray optics and structural crystallography. He came to Cambridge as a refugee from Nazi Germany in 1937 subsequently moving to Queen's University Belfast as lecturer and then professor. In 1949 he moved to the USA as head of the physics department at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York.
Hodgkin first corresponded with Ewald in 1934 about her paper on the interpretation of Weissenberg photographs (Bibliog. 12).

Ewald, P.P.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.81  1934, 1939, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1974-76, 1979-80

Ewald, P.P.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.82  1986

Contents:
Correspondence re Royal Society memoir of Ewald (d. 1985), draft memoir by H.A. Bethe, Hodgkin's comments on draft, Hodgkin's own memories of Ewald etc.

Fankuchen, I.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.83-H.85  [1930s]-1968

Administrative history:
Fankuchen was an American crystallographer who came from New York to do postdoctoral research in England successively at Manchester, Cambridge and Birkbeck College London from 1934 to 1939 when he returned to the USA. He subsequently made his career at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York.

Contents:
Various dates
Research and a little personal news.

Fankuchen, I.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.83  [1930s], 1940-41

Contents:
Includes 'Some x-ray diffraction measurements on biotin' by Fankuchen.

Fankuchen, I.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.84  1944-49, 1955-58

Contents:
Includes carbon of letter from Fankuchen to J.D. Bernal, 12 December 1945.

Fankuchen, I.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.85  1962-68

Contents:
Includes reprint of 'Memorial of Isidor Fankuchen' by J.D.H. Donnay (q.v.). Fankuchen died in 1964.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.86  1961, 1965-66

Administrative history:
Ferguson came from Glasgow to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory. He worked for a year on monoclinic insulin before returning to Glasgow.

Contents:
Ferguson, G.
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.87  1965-66, 1969, 1974

Administrative history:
Freeman was an x-ray crystallographer in the Chemistry Department, University of Sydney.

Contents:
Freeman, H.C.
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.88  1936, 1944

Administrative history:
Friedmann was based at the Biochemistry Laboratory, Cambridge.

Contents:
Friedmann, E.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.89  1973-74

Administrative history:
Ganguly was based at the Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, New Jersey.

Contents:
Ganguly, A.K.
Structural elucidation of Schering antibiotics using x-ray crystallography.

Glusker, J. née Pickworth  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.90-H.92  1953-57, 1966-80, 1984, 1987

Administrative history:
Glusker was a student of Hodgkin's at Oxford working for her D.Phil. degree on a degradation product of vitamin B12. She then did postdoctoral research at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena subsequently making her career at the Institute for Cancer Research, Fox Chase, Philadelphia.

Contents:
Research and career.

Glusker, J. née Pickworth  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.90  1953-57

Contents:
Includes recommendation.

Glusker, J. née Pickworth  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.91  1966-73

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Glusker, J. née Pickworth  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.92  1974-80, 1984, 1987

Contents:
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.93  1974, 1977-78, 1985-86

Contents:
Gopal, S.
Gopal's letter of 9 February 1985 refers to the planning of a seminar on his father Radhakrishnan's contribution to philosophy, religion, public affairs and world unity. See also G. 159, G.160.
Folder also includes a little correspondence 1977-78 with Gopal's nephew G. Desiraju about the possibility of his doing some work at the Chemical Crystallography Laboratory, Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.94  1955-59, 1966, 1984

Administrative history:
Gowenlock was based at University College Swansea when he approached Hodgkin about dimeric nitrosomethane crystallography.

Contents:
Gowenlock, B.G.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.95  1956-87

Administrative history:
Grdenic, who worked in Hodgkin's laboratory for a period preceding the correspondence, was based at the Laboratory of General and Inorganic Chemistry, University of Zagreb. He was one of the co-authors of a paper on the structure of ferroverdin with Hodgkin (Bibliog. 143).

Contents:
Grdenic, D. various dates

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.96  1953, 1958, 1960

Administrative history:
Greenaway was based at the Science Museum London.

Contents:
Greenaway, F.
Museum exhibits including vitamin B12 models.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.97  1967-71

Administrative history:
Guss approached Hodgkin from the University of Sydney about first D.Phil. research and then postdoctoral research with her in Oxford. In the event he worked for his Ph.D. in Sydney and carried out postdoctoral research at Sheffield and Sussex Universities.

Contents:
Guss, J.M.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.98  1960-65

Administrative history:
Hardgrove was based at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota.

Contents:
Hardgrove, G.L.
Suprasterol research; sabbatical year in Oxford 1965-66.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.99  1968-72, 1979, 1982

Administrative history:
Harding was a student at Somerville College Oxford who did D.Phil. research with Hodgkin. She subsequently made her career at Edinburgh and Liverpool Universities.

Contents:
Harding, M.M. née Aitken
Includes cv.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.100  1950-51, 1957, 1968, 1977

Administrative history:
Harker was Director of The Protein Structure Project at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York.

Contents:
Harker, D.
Research; recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.101  1966-70, 1973, 1981

Administrative history:
Harrison came from Yale to do D.Phil. research in Hodgkin's laboratory supported by a Marshall Scholarship.

Contents:
Harrison, H.R.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.102  [1950s], 1955-59, 1968-78, 1991

Administrative history:
Harrison studied chemistry with Hodgkin in Oxford and then researched there on ferritin and at King's College London on fibrous proteins. She subsequently made her career at the University of Sheffield.

Contents:
Harrison, P.M. nee Cowan
Research and career.
Includes 'outline programme of work on ferritin and apoferritin' 1957 and recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.103  1937-38

Administrative history:
Haworth was based at Armstrong College, Newcastle (University of Durham).

Contents:
Haworth, R.D.
Examination by x-ray crystallography of specimens sent to Hodgkin by Haworth.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.104  1970-71, 1975

Administrative history:
Hodder was an Oxford chemical crystallographer with a particular interest in computer programmes for structure analysis.

Contents:
Hodder, O.J.R.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.105  1961-70

Administrative history:
Hoskins came from the University of New South Wales to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Hoskins, B.F.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; research; recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.106  1970-74

Administrative history:
Hospital was based at the University of Bordeaux.

Contents:
Hospital, M.
Visits to Oxford and Bordeaux; meeting organised by 'Le groupe francais de croissance cristalline'.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.107  1966-75, 1991, nd

Administrative history:
Howard came from the University of Bristol of study for her D.Phil. supervised by Hodgkin and B.T.M. Willis at Harwell. She subsequently made her career at Bristol until 1991 when she moved to the University of Durham as Professor of Chemistry.

Contents:
Howard, J.A.K. née Duckworth
Includes research report 1967, recommendations and cv.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.107A  1958-67

Administrative history:
Huber came from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg to do D.Phil. research in Hodgkin's laboratory. She subsequently returned to Canada to work in the Division of Pure Chemistry, National Research Council, Ottawa.

Contents:
Huber, C.P. née Saunderson
Arrangements to work in Oxford etc.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.108  various dates 1948-58, 1980-88, nd

Administrative history:
Hughes was based at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena.

Contents:
Hughes, E.W.
Visits to Pasadena; visa problems, etc.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.109  1968, 1974

Administrative history:
1974 the problem of muscular contraction and ideas about the sliding filament mechanism as relevant to Jean Hanson's life and work. See also H.192.

Contents:
Huxley, H.E.
1968 recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.109A  1946-61

Administrative history:
Iball was based at Lever Brothers, Port Sunlight and then the University of St Andrews.

Contents:
Iball, J.
Various dates

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.110  1968-78

Administrative history:
Isaacs came from the University of Queensland to do postdoctoral research with O. Kennard (q.v.) in Cambridge and then Hodgkin in Oxford.

Contents:
Isaacs, N.W.
Research and recommendations.

James, M.M.N.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.111, H.112  1962-69, 1973-77

Administrative history:
James came from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg to do D.Phil. research with Hodgkin, working on the crystal structure of antibiotic peptides related to penicillin. He subsequently made his career at the University of Alberta.

Contents:
Research and career.

James, M.M.N.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.111  1962-66.

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

James, M.M.N.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.112  1967-69, 1973-77.

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.113  1945, 1952, 1965, 1975

Administrative history:
The correspondence was initiated while Jeffrey was working at the laboratories of the British Rubber Producers' Research Association. He subsequently made his career at the University of Leeds and in the USA.

Contents:
Jeffrey, G.A.
Research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.114  1935-38

Administrative history:
Jensen was based at the Laboratory for Endocrine Research, Johns Hopkins University when the correspondence was initiated.

Contents:
Jensen, H.
Joint paper on cinobufagin (Bibliog. 20, 1936).

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.115  1948-50, 1957

Administrative history:
Jerslev came from the Danish School of Pharmacy, Copenhagen to study x-ray crystallography in Hodgkin's laboratory, subsequently working at Princeton before returning to Denmark.

Contents:
Jerslev, B.
Research and publications.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.116  1940, 1946-47, 1950, 1988-89

Contents:
Jones, E.R.H.
Correspondence 1940, 1946-47, 1950 re samples sent by Jones to Hodgkin for x-ray analysis.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.117  1963-88

Administrative history:
Kamenar was a lecturer of Zagreb University who came to work in Hodgkin's laboratory on nitroso compounds and on a molybdenum phenol complex. He was a former student of D. Grdenic (q.v.)

Contents:
Kamenar, B.
Various dates
Arrangements to work in Oxford etc.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.118  1955-59

Contents:
Kamper, M.J. née Harrison
Reduction of Department of Scientific and Industrial Research maintenance allowance for a married woman living with her husband.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.119  1949, 1967, 1969

Administrative history:
Kendrew was the Cambridge x-ray crystallographer who was awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Chemistry jointly with M.F. Perutz (q.v.) for their research into the structure of globular proteins.

Contents:
Kendrew, J.C.
1949 correspondence re refereeing paper by Kendrew for the Royal Society.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.120  1949-73, 1985, 1990

Administrative history:
Kennard was based at the University Chemical Laboratory Cambridge, becoming Director of the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre.

Contents:
Kennard, O.
Various dates
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.121  1959-61

Administrative history:
Kennedy worked as Hodgkin's research assistant.

Contents:
Kennedy, A.F. née Cullis
Includes 'Intended research - a study by x-ray crystallographic methods of insulin and of related structures', nd, and 'Summary of x-ray work on insulin since October 1959' by Ann Kennedy, 25 May 1960.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.122  1937

Administrative history:
King was based at the National Institute for Medical Research in London.

Contents:
King, H.
Ergometrine methiodide and methobromide.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.123  1971-73

Administrative history:
Kirz was an Associate Professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook who came to work in Hodgkin's laboratory for a year.

Contents:
Kirz, J.
Arrangements to work in Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.124  1967-76, 1981, 1987

Administrative history:
Knox was an American x-ray crystallographer who worked with C.K. Prout in the Chemical Crystallography Laboratory, Oxford on various organic complexes of molybdenum.

Contents:
Knox, J.
Principally recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.125  1934-35, 1941, 1946

Administrative history:
Kon was based at the Organic Chemistry Department, Imperial College London.

Contents:
Kon, G.A.R.
Specimens sent by Kon for x-ray examination by Hodgkin.
Three 1934 letters are addressed to J.D. Bernal.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.126  1946-48, 1988

Administrative history:
Kratky was based at the Institute of Theoretical and Physical Chemistry, University of Graz when he initiated the correspondence.

Contents:
Kratky, O.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.127  1935

Administrative history:
Laqueur was based at the University of Amsterdam.

Contents:
Laqueur, E.
Testosterone.

Lewitova, A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.128, H.129  1971-76, 1984, nd

Administrative history:
Lewitova came from the Charles University, Prague to work in Hodgkin's laboratory supported by an EMBO Long Term Fellowship. She subsequently married another researcher in the laboratory G.A. Bentley (q.v.).

Lewitova, A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.128  1971-73

Contents:
Arrangements to work in Oxford.

Lewitova, A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.129  1974-76, 1984, nd.

Contents:
Includes reports on research, recommendations and cv.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.130  1966-67

Administrative history:
Liang worked for a time in Hodgkin's laboratory. His visit to the UK was cut short by the Cultural Revolution in China.

Contents:
Liang, T.-t.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.131  1938, 1957

Administrative history:
Linderstrom-Lang was Director of the Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen.

Contents:
Linderstrom-Lang, K.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.132  1970, 1973, 1977

Administrative history:
In 1970 Lindsay was based at the University of Sussex; he collaborated with Hodgkin's laboratory on insulin research.

Contents:
Lindsay, D.
Recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.133  1949-50, 1954-55, 1976

Administrative history:
Lindsey was employed as Hodgkin's research assistant supported by the Nuffield Foundation to work on vitamin B12. She subsequently made her career in Canada.

Contents:
Lindsey, J.M. née Broomhead
1950 correspondence relates to scientific visit to USA and includes Lindsey's reports on vitamin B12 work at Pennsylvania State College.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.134  1954, 1974, 1978

Administrative history:
Liének was based at the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Solid State Physics, Prague.

Contents:
Liének, A.
Advice for colleagues wishing to visit England.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.135  1955-59, 1978, 1980

Administrative history:
Lipscomb was based at the University of Minnesota, moving to Harvard in 1959. He was awarded the 1976 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Contents:
Lipscomb, W.N.
1956-57 correspondence re invitation for Hodgkin to lecture at University of Minnesota in conjunction with Fourth International Congress of Crystallography at Montreal and her US visa problems. Includes carbon of Hodgkin's visa application. See also F.9.

Lipson, H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.136, H.137  1942-91

Administrative history:
Lipson was the inventor with C.A. Beevers (q.v.) of the Beevers-Lipson strips for Fourier analysis. After work at the Crystallographic Laboratory. Cambridge Lipson made his career at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology where he was Professor and Head of the Physics Department for many years.

Contents:
Research; publications; visits.

Lipson, H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.136  1942-45, 1948-53, 1958, 1960

Lipson, H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.137  1965, 1968, 1972-73, 1976-77, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1991

Lonsdale, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.138-H.140  1943-60, 1966, 1970

Administrative history:
Lonsdale was an x-ray crystallographer based at the Royal Institution London moving to University College London in 1946.

Contents:
Research; publications; visits.

Lonsdale, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.138  1943-45

Lonsdale, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.139  1946-1951

Lonsdale, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.140  1954-56, 1959-60, 1966, 1970

Low, B.W.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.141-H.143  1943-58, 1971

Administrative history:
Low was one of Hodgkin's students at Oxford and worked with her on the structure of penicillin. She went to work in Linus Pauling's department at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena 1946-47 and subsequently made her career in the USA.

Contents:
Research; publications; career.

Low, B.W.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.141  1943-47

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Low, B.W.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.142  1948-49

Low, B.W.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.143  1950-58, 1971

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.144  1972-73

Administrative history:
Lowe was based at the Dyson Perrins Laboratory, Oxford.

Contents:
Lowe, G.
Research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.145  1955-56

Administrative history:
Lüttke was based at the Physical Chemistry Institute, Freiburg.

Contents:
Lüttke, W.
Research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.146  1952, 1956-57, 1959

Administrative history:
Luzzati was based at the Centre de Recherches sur les Macromolecules, Strasbourg.

Contents:
Luzzati, V.
1956-57 Correspondence re visit to research centres in the UK.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.147  1937, 1952-53, 1965, 1976

Administrative history:
MacGillavry worked in the Netherlands where she became Director of the Crystallography Laboratory, University of Amsterdam.

Contents:
MacGillavry, C.H.
Correspondence 1952-53, 1965 re visits to the Netherlands.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.148  1956-82, nd

Administrative history:
Mackay began research in x-ray analysis through assisting Hodgkin's research on the structure of vitamin B12. She subsequently made her career in Australia.

Contents:
Mackay, M.F. various dates
Includes thesis report and recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.149  1961, 1977

Administrative history:
Magneéli was based at the University of Stockholm and was 1977 President of the International Union of Crystallography.

Contents:
Magneéli, A.
Includes draft of article by Magnell to celebrate the 90th birthday of P.P. Ewald (q.v.) in 1978.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.150  1939, 1947

Contents:
Marshak, A.

Maslen, E.N.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.151, H.152  1955-69, 1975-76, 1979, 1984

Administrative history:
Maslen came to Oxford from Australia on a Rhodes Scholarship and worked with Hodgkin for his D. Phil, degree. His principal subject for research was the structure of the antibiotic, cephalosporin c. He returned to Australia and made his career at the University of Western Australia, Perth.

Contents:
Research and career.

Maslen, E.N.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.151  1955-57, 1958-62

Contents:
Includes laboratory notes on Penicillin V.

Maslen, E.N.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.152  1965-69, 1975-76, 1979, 1984

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.153  1970-71, 1973, 1977

Administrative history:
Mason came from the University of Melbourne to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory at Oxford and with B.T.M. Willis at Harwell. He subsequently moved to the Institut Max von Laue - Paul Langevin, Grenoble.

Contents:
Mason, S.A.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.154  1955, 1960, 1965-66

Administrative history:
Mathieson was an Australian scientist working for the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO).

Contents:
Mathieson, A. McL.
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.155  1951, 1956, 1966

Contents:
Megaw, H.D.
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.156  1956, 1958-60

Administrative history:
Mellor was based at the School of Chemistry, University of New South Wales.

Contents:
Mellor, D.P.
Research.

Mendel, H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.157, H.158  1950-53, 1967-74, 1978

Administrative history:
Mendel came to work with Hodgkin as a Ramsey Research Fellow from the University of Utrecht. He worked for his D. Phil. degree partly at Oxford and partly at Utrecht (with J.M. Bijvoet q.v.) on creatine and creatinine. He returned to the Netherlands and worked in industry before taking an academic post at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Contents:
Research and career.

Mendel, H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.157  1950-53, 1967-69

Contents:
Includes recommendation.

Mendel, H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.158  1970-74, 1978

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Mercola, D.A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.159, H.160  1968-78, 1985, 1989

Administrative history:
Mercola came from the University of California, Irvine to undertake postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory on the structure of insulin.

Mercola, D.A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.159  1968-71

Contents:
Arrangements to work in Oxford; research proposal; recommendations; cv.

Mercola, D.A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.160  1973-78, 1985, 1989

Contents:
Recommendations; grant application; cv etc.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.161  1956, 1970-73

Administrative history:
Milledge was an x-ray crystallographer who worked with Kathleen Lonsdale (q.v.) at University College London.

Contents:
Milledge, H.J.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.162  1963, 1965, 1974-75

Administrative history:
Mills was an x-ray crystallographer based at the University of Manchester.

Contents:
Mills, O.S.
Includes recommendations.

Moore, F.H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.163, H.164  1963-83, nd

Administrative history:
Moore came from the University of Auckland and, after a period as a researcher at Harwell, worked for his D. Phil, with Hodgkin at Oxford and B.T.M. Willis at Harwell on a neutron diffraction study of vitamin B12. He subsequently made his career at the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering.

Contents:
Various dates
Research and career.

Moore, F.H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.163  1963-65

Contents:
Includes 'Summary of proposals for future work', progress report 1965, recommendations and cv.

Moore, F.H.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.164  1966-67, 1970, 1972, 1974-76, 1983, nd

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.165  1963, 1966, 1969, 1972, 1989

Contents:
Murray-Rust, P.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.166  1944-88

Contents:
Needham, D.M.M. and Needham, J. various dates
Includes 'Memorandum on the health of Dr Dorothy Needham FRS', 1985.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.167  1934-76

Contents:
Neuberger, A. various dates

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.168  1966-70

Administrative history:
Nockolds came from Perth, Western Australia to do D.Phil, research with Hodgkin on the x-ray analysis of a monoacid derivative of vitamin B12.

Contents:
Nockolds, C.E.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.169  1975-78

Administrative history:
Norman was based at the Department of Biochemistry, University of California, Riverside.

Contents:
Norman, A.W.
Vitamin D.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.170  1937-63, 1972-76, 1981

Administrative history:
Nowacki was based at the Mineralog. Petrograph. Institut, University of Bern.

Contents:
Nowacki, W. various dates

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.171  1965, 1970-71

Administrative history:
Nyholm was Professor of Chemistry at University College London.

Contents:
Nyholm, R.S.
Includes thesis report.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.172  1974, 1978-88

Administrative history:
Nzokou was born in The Cameroons and received an advanced education in chemistry at the University of Voronesz in the Soviet Union. He subsequently held academic posts in Ethiopia and Algeria. Hodgkin had know Nzokou for many years, and actively supported his career. He addresses her as 'Mama' or 'Maman' in the correspondence.

Contents:
Nzokou, L. (variant Njoku)
Includes recommendations and cv.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.173  1956-59, 1965-66

Administrative history:
Osaki was a research scientist from Osaka University who worked in Hodgkin's laboratory for a few months in 1959 supported by a Rockefeller Foundation fellowship. Osaki became Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Kyoto University which Hodgkin visited in 1965.

Contents:
Osaki, K.
1956-59 Correspondence re arrangements for Osaki to work in Oxford. Includes copy of Osaki's 'Report of the European Trip (January-February 1959)'.
1966-66 Correspondence re Hodgkin's visit to Japan. See also NCUACS 47.3.94/F.25,F.26.

Patterson, A.L.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.174-H.176  1938-83

Administrative history:
Patterson who was head of the Department of Molecular Structure at the Institute of Cancer Research, Fox Chase, Philadelphia died in November 1966.

Contents:
Various dates
In a letter of 20 October 1966 (H.174) Hodgkin described Patterson as the person 'who had made the most difference to x-ray crystallographic studies after the initial discoveries in 1912-15 of x-ray diffraction and structure analysis'. In her opinion his 1935 paper 'A direct method for the determination of the components of interatomic distances in crystals' had been 'used in the solution of the vast majority of crystals studied anywhere since 1935'.

Patterson, A.L.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.174  1938, 1948-49, 1951, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1966

Contents:
Includes obituaries.

Patterson, A.L.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.175  1969-70, 1980, 1983

Contents:
Correspondence 1969-70 is with Patterson's widow re visit to Philadelphia to lecture. Correspondence 1980, 1983 is re A.L. Patterson award of the American Crystallographic Association.

Patterson, A.L.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.176  [n.d.]

Contents:
'A.L. Patterson: Experiences in Crystallography - 1924 to date'. 13pp typescript autobiographical account.

Pauling, L.C. various dates  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.177, H.178  1946-91

Administrative history:
Pauling was an American theoretical chemist and biologist who received the 1954 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on intermolecular forces. He was also awarded the 1962 Peace Prize.

Pauling, L.C.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.177  1946-60

Contents:
Includes 'The road to Stockholm' presented by the Chemistry and Biology Stock Company, 3 December 1954, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. This dramatic production marked the award of the 1954 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Pauling, L.C.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.178  1965-91

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.179  1949-50, 1953, 1957-58

Administrative history:
Pepinsky was based at the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn and from October 1949 the Pennsylvania State College. He was a pioneer in the use of the electronic computer in the analysis of x-ray crystallographic data.

Contents:
Pepinsky, R.
Research; visits.
Includes 'tentative' programme for Conference on computers and the phase problem in x-ray analysis, Pennsylvania State College, 6-8 April 1950.

Perutz, M.F. various dates  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.180-H.183  1939-92, nd

Administrative history:
Perutz was the Cambridge x-ray crystallographer who was awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Chemistry jointly with J.C. Kendrew for their research into the structure of globular proteins.

Perutz, M.F.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.180  1939-49, 1955, 1958

Contents:
Includes 'Summary report on researches into the crystal structure of haemoglobin 1st July 1943 - 1st August 1944'.

Perutz, M.F.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.181  1964, 1972-80

Contents:
Includes article on origins of molecular biology and review.

Perutz, M.F.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.182  1981-89, 1992

Contents:
Includes reviews.

Perutz, M.F.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.183  Nd

Contents:
Undated correspondence and drafts. Includes untitled draft 'account of protein structure from the Xray side' and 'Enemy alien', Perutz's account of his Second World War experiences. Some of the correspondence is on Crystallographic Laboratory, Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge and Peterhouse, Cambridge headed notepaper.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.184  1955-65, 1972

Administrative history:
Phillips was based at the National Research Council, Canada and the Royal Institution, London before moving to Oxford in 1967 as Professor of Molecular Biophysics.

Contents:
Phillips, D.C.
Research and career.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.185  1955, 1973, 1980

Administrative history:
Pope was based at the National Institute for Research in Dairying, Reading.

Contents:
Pope, G.S.
Research; recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.186  1975, 1977

Administrative history:
Prasad came from the Physics Department, University of Mysore to work in the Chemical Crystallography Laboratory, Oxford supported by a Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship.

Contents:
Prasad, J.S.
Arrangements to work in Oxford; letters of thanks.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.187  1935-36

Administrative history:
Raistrick was based at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Contents:
Raistrick, H.
Raistrick's first letter of 29 October 1935 is addressed to Professor Robert Robinson at the Dyson Perrins Laboratory, Oxford.
Aurofusarin.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.188  1964, 1966, 1972, 1981

Contents:
Ramachandran, G.N.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.189  1959-60, 1972

Contents:
Raman, S.

Ramaseshan, S.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.190, H.191  1962-92

Administrative history:
Ramaseshan spent a year in Hodgkin's laboratory 1963-64 as a Senior Visiting Research Fellow. He then returned to India where he held a number of leading scientific positions including Director of Research, National Aeronautical Laboratory, Bangalore and Director, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Contents:
Visits.

Ramaseshan, S.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.190  1962-77

Ramaseshan, S.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.191  1979-92

Contents:
Includes short tribute by Hodgkin on the occasion of Ramaseshan's 60th birthday.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.192  1947-50, 1955, 1974-75, 1981

Contents:
Randall, J.T.
1974-75 Correspondence re Randall's Royal Society memoir of Jean Hanson and in particular the history of the sliding filament mechanism of muscle contraction. Includes correspondence with H.E. Huxley (q.v.) and drafts of relevant section of memoir.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.193  1970, 1972, 1976, 1979

Administrative history:
Rasmussen was based at the Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University, Denmark. He served for a term as General Secretary and Treasurer of the International Union of Crystallography.

Contents:
Rasmussen, S.E.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.194  1946-47

Contents:
Rawlins, F.I.G.
Rawlins was based at the National Gallery, London.
Examination of organic compounds from Holland.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.195  1955, 1961

Administrative history:
Richter was based at the Beilstein-Institut, Frankfurt am Main.

Contents:
Richter, F.
Research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.196  1939-56, 1966, 1976

Administrative history:
Riley was Hodgkin's first research student who did pioneering work with her on both insulin and lactoglobulin.

Contents:
Riley, D.P.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.197  1961, 1973, 1977

Administrative history:
Rimmer worked with Hodgkin as a Research Fellow 1952-61 on the crystal structure of insulin.

Contents:
Rimmer, B. née Oughton

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.198  1936, 1939-40

Administrative history:
The correspondence was initiated when Roberts was based at the Rubber Research Institute of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

Contents:
Roberts, K.C.
Research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.199  1948-54, 1963-69, 1978

Administrative history:
The correspondence was initiated when Robertson was based at the Dewar Crystallographic Laboratory, University of Edinburgh. After research at Pennsylvania State College and at Oxford with Hodgkin (on vitamin B12) he made his career at the University of Leeds.

Contents:
Robertson, J.H.
Research and career.
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.200  1937, 1945-50, 1955, 1989-90

Administrative history:
Robertson was Gardiner Professor of Chemistry in the University of Glasgow, 1942-70.

Contents:
Robertson, J.M.
Equipment, International Tables, computational work etc.
Includes photograph of plaque honouring Robertson's work unvelled at Glasgow in 1989.

Robinson, R.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.201-H.203  1935-67, 1970-75

Administrative history:
Robinson was Waynflete Professor of Chemistry at Oxford University, 1930-55. He was awarded the 1947 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on plant products of biological importance, especially alkaloids.

Contents:
Various dates

Robinson, R.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.201  1935, 1940, 1945, 1947, 1955-58, 1960, 1964, 1967.

Robinson, R.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.202  1970-75

Contents:
Includes Hodgkin's 'Memories of Robert Robinson' prepared for tape recorded discussion between Hodgkin and Robinson.

Robinson, R.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.203  [n.d.]

Contents:
Transcript of tape recorded discussion.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.204  1956, 1966, 1968, 1976

Administrative history:
Rogers was based at University College Cardiff in 1956. He subsequently became Professor of Chemical Crystallography at Imperial College London.

Contents:
Rogers, D.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.205  1949, 1954-55, 1967

Administrative history:
Rollett did his Ph.D. research at the University of Leeds and then postdoctoral research at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena returning to the UK to work with Hodgkin at Oxford.

Contents:
Rollett, J.S.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.206  1934-41

Administrative history:
Rosenheim was based at the National Institute for Medical Research, London.

Contents:
Rosenheim, O.
The first letter in the correspondence is addressed to J.D. Bernal.
Research and publications.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.207  1957, 1972, 1977, 1989

Administrative history:
Rossman was an American x-ray crystallographer who collaborated with Hodgkin on insulin research.

Contents:
Rossman, M.G.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.208  1966-67, 1969-73

Administrative history:
Rumanova was based at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Institute of Crystallography, Moscow.

Contents:
Rumanova, I.M.
Proposed visit to Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.209  1965-67, nd

Administrative history:
Rumball came from the University of Auckland to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory. She worked on the cadmium complex of insulin.

Contents:
Rumball, S. née Sheat
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.210  1970-80

Administrative history:
Sabesan came from the University of Madras to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Sabesan, M.N.
Includes thesis report; recommendations; cv.

Sakabe, N. and Sakabe, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.211, H.212  1972-84, nd

Administrative history:
The Sakabes (husband and wife) came from Nagoya University to work in Hodgkin's laboratory as part of an exchange agreement between the Royal Society and Japan. They worked on the refinement of the crystal structure of insulin.

Contents:
Arrangements to work in Oxford; research and publication.

Sakabe, N. and Sakabe, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.211  1972-75

Sakabe, N. and Sakabe, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.212  1976-84, nd.

Contents:
Includes recommendation.
The undated correspondence relates to the insulin research carried out during the Sabakes' stay in Oxford and gives some indication of the working relationship between Hodgkin and her collaborators at this time.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.213  1970-71, 1976, 1987

Administrative history:
Sasvári was a Hungarian crystallographer based in 1970 at the Central Research Institute for Chemistry of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Contents:
Sasvári, K.

Sayre, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.214-H.218  1949-57, 1961-62, 1970-80, 1989

Administrative history:
Sayre studied physics at Yale, and after wartime work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pursued an interest in x-ray analysis of large molecules, first at the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn (R. Pepinsky q.v.), and then at Oxford where he worked under Hodgkin's supervision for the D.Phil. degree. Returning to the USA he worked for a time at the Johnson Foundation for Medical Physics, University of Pennsylvania before making his career in the research department of IBM, New York. He spent the academic year 1972-73 at Oxford with a Visiting Fellowship at All Souls College.

Contents:
Research and career.

Sayre, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.214  1949-50

Sayre, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.215  1951-55

Contents:
Includes grant application, recommendations.

Sayre, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.216  1955-57, 1961-62, 1970

Contents:
Includes recommendations

Sayre, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.217  1971-73

Sayre, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.218  1974-75, 1977-80, 1989, nd

Contents:
Includes cv. recommendation and Hodgkin's comments on book by Sayre's wife Anne on Rosalind Franklin.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.219  1950-51, 1954-55, 1975

Administrative history:
After working with Hodgkin in Oxford Schmidt moved to Israel where he made his career at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovoth.

Contents:
Schmidt, G.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.220  1944, 1946, 1954

Administrative history:
Schubnikov was Director of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Institute of Crystallography, Moscow.

Contents:
Schubnikov, A.V.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.221  n.d

Contents:
Not used.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.222  1982

Administrative history:
Sheehan was an American organic chemist who solved the chemical synthesis of penicillin.

Contents:
Sheehan, J.C.
History of penicillin.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.223  1963-69

Administrative history:
Shefter came from the University of California, Los Angeles to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory. He returned to the USA to work at the State University of New York at Buffalo.

Contents:
Shefter, E.
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.224  1946-55, 1964, 1977

Administrative history:
Shoppee was based successively at the Chester Beatty Research Institute London, University College Swansea and the University of Sydney.

Contents:
Shoppee, C.W.
The first letter in the correspondence is addressed to J.D. Bernal.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.225  1936-51

Administrative history:
Spring was based at the University of Manchester and the Royal Technical College Glasgow.

Contents:
Spring, F.S. various dates
The first letter in the correspondence is addressed to Bernal.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.225A  1971, 1974-77

Administrative history:
Steiner was based at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Chicago. He was a close collaborator of Hodgkin in insulin research and was particularly known for his discovery of the biological precursor of insulin, proinsulin.

Contents:
Steiner, D.F.
Principally re proposed visit to Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.226  1968-72

Administrative history:
Stoeckli-Evans came from the University of Salford to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Stoeckli-Evans, H.
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.227  1945, 1951, 1958-60

Contents:
Stora, C.
Stora was a French chemical crystallographer based in Paris.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.228  1945-59, 1972, 1975, 1989

Administrative history:
The very great bulk of the correspondence was conducted while Synge was based at the Rowett Research Institute, Bucksburn, Aberdeenshire. He subsequently moved to the Food Research Institute, Norwich, Synge was awarded the 1952 Nobel Prize in Chemistry jointly with A.J.P. Martin for their invention of partition chromatography.

Contents:
Synge, R.L.M.
Research.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.229  1955-60

Administrative history:
Taylor came from the University of Western Australia, Nedlands to work in Hodgkin's laboratory supported by a Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation overseas studentship. After a period at the University of Cape Town she returned to Australia.

Contents:
Taylor, N.E. née White
Includes thesis report.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.230  1934-71

Administrative history:
Taylor was based at the Crystallographic Laboratory, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge.

Contents:
Taylor, W.H. various dates

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.231  1970, 1983, 1985, 1988

Administrative history:
Thatcher was a student of Somerville College Oxford who chose to do her Part II Chemistry with Hodgkin working on gramicidin. She worked as an Industrial chemist for a time before reading for the Bar and entering politics. She became leader of the Conservative Party in 1975 and was Prime Minister, 1979-91

Contents:
Thatcher, M.H. née Roberts
Includes draft letter from Hodgkin to Thatcher re Russia 1983 and Hodgkin's recollections of Thatcher at Oxford written for A.L. Hodgkin 1970 and M.A. Epstein 1988.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.232  1965-69

Administrative history:
Thompson came from the University of St Andrews to do postdoctoral research with Hodgkin. He subsequently worked for the British Council and was posted to India.

Contents:
Thompson, B.P
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.233  1962-64, 1971

Administrative history:
Tischenko was based at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Institute of Crystallography, Moscow where she worked on derivatives of gramicidin S.

Contents:
Tischenko, G.N.
Arrangements to work in Oxford

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.234  1945, 1947, 1958-59, 1976

Administrative history:
Tovborg Jensen was based at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural School, Copenhagen.

Contents:
Tovborg Jensen, A.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.235  1957-89, nd

Administrative history:
Trueblood was based at the University of California, Los Angeles. He collaborated with Hodgkin on vitamin B12 research and crystallographic data from Hodgkin was processed on an electronic computer at UCLA.

Contents:
Trueblood, K.N.
Various dates
The first letter in the correspondence is from J.D. Bernal re proposed visit of Trueblood to the Soviet Union.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.236  1958-76

Administrative history:
Vaciago was an Italian x-ray crystallographer who worked with Hodgkin in Oxford on a number of occasions.

Contents:
Vaciago, A. various dates
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.237  1973-78, 1981, 1986-91

Administrative history:
Vainshtein was the Director of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Institute of Crystallography, Moscow (in succession to A.V. Schubnikov q.v.)

Contents:
Vainshtein, B.K.
Includes material re Anglo-Soviet scientific exchange, and recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.238  1969-73

Administrative history:
Venkatappa was an Indian scientist working in the USA.

Contents:
Venkatappa, M.P.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.239  1961-86

Administrative history:
Venkatesan was an Indian scientist who did postdoctoral research with J.D. Dunitz at Zurich and then with Hodgkin at Oxford where he worked on the B12 nucleus compound, Factor V1a. He returned to India to make his career at the University of Madras and the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Contents:
Venkatesan, K.
Research and career.
Includes recommendations.

Vijayan, M. and Vijayan, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.240-H.242  1966-91

Administrative history:
Vijayan came from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory 1966-69, working on the crystal structure of insulin. He was accompanied by his wife who was also a scientist. He then returned to Bangalore spending a further period in Oxford 1976-77

Contents:
Research and career.

Vijayan, M. and Vijayan, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.240  1966-69

Contents:
Includes thesis reports.

Vijayan, M. and Vijayan, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.241  1971-75

Contents:
Includes photographs and recommendation.

Vijayan, M. and Vijayan, K.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.242  1976-91

Contents:
Includes recommendation.

Viswamitra, M.A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.243, H.244  1963-77

Administrative history:
Viswamitra came from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore to work in Hodgkin's laboratory on the structure of the peptide antibiotic thiostrepton supported by a grant from the Squibb Institute for Medical Research. He returned to Bangalore to make his career, spending further periods of research in Oxford and Cambridge.

Contents:
Research and career.

Viswamitra, M.A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.243  1963-67

Contents:
Includes 'Abstract of work done on thiostrepton during the period Nov. 65 - Oct. 66', and recommendations.

Viswamitra, M.A.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.244  1968-77.

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Waters, T.N.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.245, H.246  1963, 1967-75, 1979

Administrative history:
Waters was based at the Chemistry Department, University of Auckland. He spent a sabbatical year in Oxford 1964-65 when he collaborated with Hodgkin in the study of a vitamin B12 derivative. He returned to Oxford for the second half of 1971. Over the years he sent a number of postdoctoral students to work in Hodgkin's laboratory.

Contents:
Research and career.

Waters, T.N.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.245  1963, 1967-71

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Waters, T.N.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.246  1972-75, 1979

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.247  1960-72

Administrative history:
Watson came from the University of Western Australia, Nedlands to do postdoctoral research in Hodgkin's laboratory. He subsequently took up an appointment at the University of Copenhagen.

Contents:
Watson, K.J.
Includes recommendations.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.248  1975

Administrative history:
White was based at the Chemistry Department, Fordham University, New York.

Contents:
White, J.G.
Sabbatical in Oxford.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.249  1949-58

Administrative history:
Wiebenga was based at the University of Groningen.

Contents:
Wiebenga, E.H.
Visits.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.250  1966, 1968, 1973-78

Administrative history:
Willis was based at the Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell.

Contents:
Willis, B.T.M.
Correspondence and papers 1973-74 re meeting on Neutrons and Biology at the Rutherford Laboratory, 18 April 1974. Hodgkin talked on 'Three dimensional crystallography'.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.251  1949-58, 1974, 1976

Administrative history:
Wilson was based at University College Cardiff and the University of Birmingham.

Contents:
Wilson, A.J.C. various dates
Includes recommendation.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.252  1972-73

Contents:
Wilson, H.
Wife of A.J.C. Wilson.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.253  1948

Contents:
Windaus, A.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.254  1956-86

Administrative history:
Woodward was based at the Department of Chemistry, Harvard. He was awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for outstanding achievements in organic synthesis.

Contents:
Woodward, R.B. various dates
1956 item is letter from Hodgkin re vitamin B12.
Includes photograph of Woodward 1976 and Hodgkin's 'Memories of R.B. Woodward'. He died in 1979.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.254A  1971, 1975-79, 1989

Administrative history:
Woolfson was Professor of Physics at the University of York.

Contents:
Woolfson, M.M.

Wrinch, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.255-H.257  1939-70, 1976-77

Administrative history:
Wrinch was the creator of the cyclol theory of peptide structures. She moved to the USA before the Second World War and was affiliated with Smith College, Massachusetts for many years.

Contents:
Various dates

Wrinch, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.255  1939, 1943-53, 1958, 1970

Wrinch, D.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.256, H.257  1976-77

Contents:
Symposium in honour of Wrinch's memoir, obituaries, biographical information, recollections. 2 folders.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.258  1947-53, nd

Administrative history:
Wyckoff was based at the Laboratory of Physical Biology, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. He subsequently became Science Attache at the American Embassy in London.

Contents:
Wyckoff, R.W.G.
Necrosis virus crystals; Hodgkin's visa difficulties (1953).

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.259  1983, 1987-91, nd

Administrative history:
Yablochkov was an Africanist who worked at the Institute of African Studies, Moscow. Hodgkin's husband Thomas first met him in Ghana 1960-64.

Contents:
Yablochkov, L.D.
Visits to the UK.

GENERAL SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.260  1957, 1965, 1972-75

Contents:
Zahn, H.
Zahn was based at the Deutches Wollforschungsinstitut, Aachen.

Zeidan, H.M.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.261, H.262  1987-90

Administrative history:
Zeidan studied and taught chemistry at the University of Khartoum. Hodgkin sought to help him take up some useful research, preferably in the study of pollution, which would fit him better for an academic career in other universities.

Zeidan, H.M.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.261  1987-88

Contents:
Includes recommendations.

Zeidan, H.M.M.  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.262  1989-90

Contents:
Includes recommendation, cv, proposed research project.

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.263  1933-36

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.264  1937-39

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.265  1940-41

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.266  1942-43

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.267  1944-45

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.268  1946-47

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.269  1948-49

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.270  1950

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.271  1951

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.272  1952

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.273  1953

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.274  1954

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.275  1955

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.276  1956

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.277  1957

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.278  1958

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.279  1959

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.280  1960-61

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.281  1962-63

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.282  1964-65

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.283  1966

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.284  1967

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.285  1968-69

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.286  1970

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.287  1971 (1)

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.288  1971 (2)

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.289  1972 (1)

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.290  1972 (2)

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.291  1973

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.292  1974

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.293  1975

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.294  1976

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.295  1977

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.296  1978

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.297  1979

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.298  1980-81

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.299  1982-83

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.300  1984

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.301  1985-86

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.302  1987

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.303  1988

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.304  1989

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.305  1990-91

SHORTER SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.306  nd

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  [no ref. or date]

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.307  1942-48

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.308  1952, 1956-59

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.309  1961-66

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.310  1967

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.311  1968 (1)

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.312  1968 (2)

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.313  1969

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.314  1970 (1)

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.315  1970 (2)

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.316  1971 (1)

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.317  1971 (2)

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.318  1972

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.319  1973

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.320  1974

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.321  1975

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.322  1976

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.323  1977-78

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.324  1979

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.325  1980-82

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.326  1983-86

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.327  1987

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.328  1988

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.329  1989

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.330  1990-92

REFERENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS  NCUACS 47.3.94/H.331  Nd

SECTION J NON-PRINT MATERIAL  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.1-J.83  [n.d.]

Contents:
J.1-J.30 PHOTOGRAPHS
J.1-J.6 Photographs of Hodgkin
J.7-J.14 Photographs with scientific colleagues
J.15-J.21 Visits and conferences
J.22-J.24 Laboratories, apparatus, models
J.25-J.29 Domestic and family
J.30 Photograph album
J.31-J.79 PHOTOGRAPHIC SLIDES
J.31-J.53 Insulin
J.54-J.58 Vitamin B12
J.59-B.79 Miscellaneous
J.80-J.82 SOUND RECORDINGS
J.83 FILM

PHOTOGRAPHS  [no ref. or date]

Photographs of Hodgkin  [no ref. or date]

Photographs of Hodgkin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.1  1947

Contents:
Photographs for Royal Society portfolio

Photographs of Hodgkin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.2  1974

Contents:
India

Photographs of Hodgkin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.3-J.6  [1950s-ca.1990]

Four folders.

Arrangement: Arranged in approximate chronological order,


Contents:
Undated photographs

Photographs with scientific colleagues  [no ref. or date]

Photographs with scientific colleagues  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.7  [1930s]

Contents:
Photograph of Hodgkin with J.D. Bernal, D. Fankuchen and I. Fankuchen

Photographs with scientific colleagues  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.8  [early 1950s]

Contents:
With H.M. Powell and colleagues from Oxford laboratory

Photographs with scientific colleagues  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.9  [?1955]

Contents:
With unidentified colleagues. Inscribed on verso 'Exeter meeting of the Chem[ical] Soc[iety]. Announcement of str[ucture] of B12

Photographs with scientific colleagues  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.10  1961

Contents:
A.L. Patterson and colleagues, possibly in his room at the Institute for Cancer Research, Fox Chase, Philadelphia

Photographs with scientific colleagues  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.11  n.d and 1970-1987

Contents:
With P.L. Kapitza. One photograph is inscribed on verso 'Dorothy Hodgkin and Peter Kapitza at K's country house near Moscow. 1970-80'.
Folder includes letter from Anne Kapitza, 1987, in which she writes 'I am sending you a photo as a remembrance of your visits to our country place'.

Photographs with scientific colleagues  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.12  1987

Contents:
With F.H.C. Crick
The photograph is labelled '5 March 1987 at Scripps Clinic, La Jolla CALIF, NIMSLO 3-D Photo by Mike Pique'.

Undated photographs.  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.13, J.14  [n.d.]

Two folders.

Undated photographs.  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.13  n.d

Contents:
?With K. Boll-Dornberger.

Undated photographs.  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.14  n.d

Contents:
With D.C. Phillips.

Visits and conferences  [no ref. or date]

Visits and conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.15  ?1953-1968


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/F.7

Contents:
Kiev, ?1953.
Halle, East Germany, 1968.

Visits and conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.16  ?1976.


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/F.103.

Contents:
Spain

Visits and conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.17  1978


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/E.142-E.148.

Contents:
Eleventh General Assembly and International Congress of the IUCr, Warsaw

Visits and conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.18  1979


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/G.45.

Contents:
29th Pugwash Conference, Mexico City,

Visits and conferences  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.19  1984-1986

Contents:
International Symposium on 'Frontiers in Bioorganic Chemistry and Molecular Biology', USSR, 1984.
Moscow, July 1986.

Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.20, J.21  August 1986.

Two folders

Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.20  1986

Contents:
Photographs, inscribed on verso 'at International House of Japan, Tokyo.'

Japan  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.21  1986

Contents:
Photographs of Hodgkin taking part in a television panel discussion with Linus Pauling and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Laboratories, apparatus, models  [no ref. or date]

Laboratories, apparatus, models  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.22-J.24  Nd

Three folders.

Contents:
J.24 contains photograph inscribed on verso 'This is a picture of B12 [model] I took out of the window in your lab in Oxford: though you might enjoy it. Love Ed Stanford.'

Domestic and family  [no ref. or date]

Domestic and family  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.25, J.26  [1938-1940s]

Two folders

Contents:
Family photographs

Domestic and family  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.27  n.d and 1977

Contents:
Photographs of Crab Mill, the Hodgkin family home, llmington, Warwickshire, with family members and colleagues. One photograph only dated 1977.

Domestic and family  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.28  [?1980s]

Contents:
Photographs at Crab Mill

Domestic and family  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.29  nd

Contents:
Photograph of Hodgkin family home, Powder Hill near Oxford, inscribed to be sent as a greetings card by Hodgkin

Photograph album  [no ref. or date]

Photograph album  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.30  1988

Administrative history:
Presented to Hodgkin by the Pugwash Council at the 38th Pugwash Conference, Dagomys, USSR, on the occasion of her retirement from the Presidency of Pugwash, 1988.

Contents:
The album, which was signed by most members of the Pugwash Council, contains photographs of Pugwash occasions 1969-88.

PHOTOGRAPHIC SLIDES  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Found in plastic sheets with side-pockets. As far as possible the titles on the original filing cabinet drawer dividers have been reproduced as the catalogue entries.

Insulin  [no ref. or date]

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.31  n.d

Contents:
'Early insulin'.

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.32  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin first outline solution.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.33  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin second outline solution.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.34  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin third outline solution.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.35  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin: third solution: crystal, hezamer, dimer, monomer.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.36  n.d

Contents:
'Details of the structure.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.37  n.d

Contents:
'View of the str[ucture of] insulin.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.38  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin 6Å resolution map.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.39  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin 2.8Å resolution map.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.40  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin: 1.9Å electron density maps.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.41  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin: orgn of the crystal structure. Concanavalin A, etc.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.42  n.d

Contents:
'4 Zn [insulin].'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.43  n.d

Contents:
'4 zinc insulin.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.44  n.d

Contents:
'Hagfish i[nsulin] 1st row.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.45  n.d

Contents:
'Cubic insulin.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.46  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin crystals and history.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.47  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin and biological action.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.48  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin Pattersons, heavy atoms.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.49  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin history.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.50  n.d

Contents:
'Electron density.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.51  n.d

Contents:
'Insulin models.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.52  n.d

Contents:
'LDH Slides - from Margaret Adams.'

Insulin  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.53  n.d

Contents:
Untitled.

Vitamin B12  [no ref. or date]

Vitamin B12  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.54  n.d

Contents:
'Factor Vla and synthetic corrins.'

Vitamin B12  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.55  n.d

Contents:
'B12 Coenzyme.'

Vitamin B12  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.56  n.d

Contents:
'B12 and neo B12 and B12 iodide.'

Vitamin B12  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.57  n.d

Contents:
'B12 monoacid: X-rays.'

Vitamin B12  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.58  n.d

Contents:
'Neutron diffraction monoacid.'

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.59  n.d

Contents:
'Penicillin.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.60  n.d

Contents:
'Penicillin, x-rays, peptides.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.61  n.d

Contents:
'X ray analysis: Pattersons benzene, hexamethylenetetramene tartrates.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.62  n.d

Contents:
'Sterols.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.63  n.d

Contents:
'Biological structures.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.64  n.d

Contents:
'C.F. Powell.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.65  n.d

Contents:
'Direct methods - reserpine, Ted Maslen.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.66  n.d

Contents:
'Liquid crystals.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.67  n.d

Contents:
'Hugo Muller Lecture - nonactin, patch only alcohol, hodg.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.68  n.d

Contents:
'Crystals and biological structures.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.69  n.d

Contents:
'Crystalline proteins: Iysozyme, carboxypeptidase, etc.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.70  n.d

Contents:
'Various proteins.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.71  n.d

Contents:
'History.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.72  n.d

Contents:
'X-ray diffraction=benzene; boron hydride.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.73  n.d

Contents:
'TMV Viruses.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.74  n.d

Contents:
'Haemoglobin and myoglobin.'

Miscellaneous  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.75-J.79  [n.d.]

Five sheets

Contents:
Untitled.

SOUND RECORDINGS  [no ref. or date]

SOUND RECORDINGS  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.80  1973-1974

Tape recording ¼ track mono 3¾ i.p.s.

Contents:
Tape recording (¼ track mono 3¾ i.p.s.) of Hodgkin's Nobel Guest Lecture on 'Problems in the x-ray analysis of proteins', Bibliog. 145, 1974.
This was presented in connection with the Stockholm Symposium on the Structure of Biological Molecules,9-11 July, 1973.
Includes introductory address to symposium and introduction to Hodgkin's lecture.

SOUND RECORDINGS  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.81  1974

Cassette recording


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/D.145.

Contents:
Cassette recording of Hodgkin's 'Chancellor's Address', Education Department, Bristol University, 30 October 1974.
Hodgkin's address was entitled 'What should we learn? Problems and experiences.' The address includes biographical reflections, and was introduced by the Vice Chancellor, Sir Alec Merrison.

SOUND RECORDINGS  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.82  1979

Cassette recording


Related information: See also NCUACS 47.3.94/F.129.

Contents:
Cassette recording of Hodgkin's Plenary Lecture on 'New and old problems in the structure analysis of vitamin B12', at the Third European Symposium on Vitamin B12 and Intrinsic Factor, Zurich, 5-8 March 1979.
Includes introductory remarks to the opening session by Lord Todd and K.A. Folkers.

FILM  [no ref. or date]

FILM  NCUACS 47.3.94/J.83  1971

16mm film

Contents:
16mm film 'Crystal structure of the insulin dimer', Computer Systems Laboratory, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1971.
Running time approximately 8 minutes.

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