Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library, John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center

William J. Schull, PhD papers; 1945-2014; MS 067



Creator: Schull, William J.
Title: William J. Schull, PhD papers
Abstract: The William J. Schull, PhD papers documents the life and career of Dr. William Schull. Dr. Schull is an American scientist and geneticist famous for his research into the effects of ionizing radiation on the human body largely based on the atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki after World War II. Dr. Schull began his scientific career in radiation research in 1949 when he joined the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC). Dr. Schull served many decades in the elite corps of scientists conducting research into the genetic impact of irradiation on human health. A professor emeritus of The Human Genetics Center, School of Public Health, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Texas, Dr. Schull served on most of the major governmental and non-governmental committees formed throughout the 20th century to quantify the effects of ionizing radiation. The collection consists of approximately 135 boxes including oversize and audiovisual. It consists of approximately 86 cubic feet of material and is in good condition.
Identification: MS 067
Quantity: 86 cubic feet (135 boxes).
Language: English, Japanese, Spanish
Repository: John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library

Biographical Notes

William J. Schull, PhD is an American scientist and geneticist famous for his research into the effects of ionizing radiation on the human body largely based on the atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki after World War II. Dr. Schull began his scientific career in radiation research in 1949 when he joined the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC), established in Japan in 1946 by the United States National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council to study the effects of the bombings in accordance with a presidential directive from Harry S. Truman. From his first post as Head of the Department of Genetics at ABCC, Dr. Schull served many decades in the elite corps of scientists conducting research into the genetic impact of irradiation on human health. A professor emeritus of The Human Genetics Center, School of Public Health, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Texas, Dr. Schull served on most of the major governmental and non-governmental committees formed throughout the 20th century to quantify the effects of ionizing radiation. He helped form the genetics department at the University of Michigan where he served as a professor from 1956 to 1972. As his career progressed, Dr. Schull frequently served in executive positions, chairing many of the governmental committees he served on and becoming a director, 1986-1987 and 1990-1991, and in 1996-1997, vice chairman and chief of research of the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF), established in 1975 as the follow-on organization to the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Dr. Schull was inducted into the United States National Academy of Sciences in 2001. In affirmation of his long and honorable service to the Japanese people, Dr. Schull received the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class from the Emperor of Japan in 1992.

William Jackson Schull was born on March 17, 1922 to Gertrude Edna (maiden name Davenport) (1900-1938) and Eugene Shull (1896-1975) in Louisiana, Missouri. While Shull is the last name inscribed on his birth certificate, his name was changed to Schull while he was in elementary school. Dr. Schull spent most of his boyhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and graduated from that city’s Lincoln High School in 1939. In 1946, Dr. Schull earned a Bachelor of Science in Zoology from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1947, he earned a Master of Science in Zoology from the same university. He received a Doctor Of Philosophy in Genetics From Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio in 1949. Enlisting in December 1942, Dr. Schull served in the United States Army as a surgical technician with the 37th Infantry Division in the South Pacific until December 1945. In concert with his scientific work, Dr. Schull valued the preservation of the archival historic record and promoted the preservation of the history of the ABCC and RERF throughout his career.

A detailed curriculum vitae is available for Dr. Schull in the control folder for his collection at the McGovern Historical Collection.


Scope and Content Note

The William J. Schull, PhD papers, MS 067, contains correspondence, interoffice memorandums, presentations, scientific works, journal reprints, monograph drafts, report drafts, travel diaries, travel receipts and itineraries, travel ephemera, other printed material, news clips, exhibit material, photographs, 35 mm slides, audios tapes, video tapes, film, maps and realia in eighty-six cubic feet of material documenting his the life and works. Over 60 percent of the collection documents his life and work at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) and Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF) in Japan. Twenty five percent of the collection contains papers from his work for various governmental and non-governmental bodies about the effects of ionizing radiation. Another 8 cubic feet contains items from his personal life. Dr. Schull created travel diaries about the many international trips required for his work. The collection contains 62 typewritten travel diaries as well as many items of travel ephemera, mainly from Japan, collected by Dr. Schull. Dr. Schull wrote several books and the collection contains copies of the historical documents and photographs used in the creation of his books, notably "Song Among The Ruins," his memoir about his time at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. The major theme of this collection is epidemiological and genetic scientific innovation used to quantify the threat posed to the human race by ionizing radiation; to establish the probability of health outcomes to alleviate the fear of survivors, especially about the health of unborn generations; and to provide governments with facts about the consequences of the use of atomic weapons for war and nuclear energy for industrial purposes.

In addition to the records for ABCC and RERF (1945-2014), organizations with a large number of records in the collection include: ICRP, International Commission On Radiological Protection (1980-1995); ICRHER, International Consortium For Research On The Effects of Radiation (1990-2002); UNSCEAR, United Nations, Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation (1987); WHO, United Nations World Health Organization, Health Effects of Chernobyl Accident (1990s); United States Department of Energy, Advisory Council On Nuclear Facility Safety (1990); United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee (1984-1990); and BRER, United States National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Board On Radiation Effects Research (1990s).

While the material is generally in good condition, some of the material suffered flood damage during tropical storm Allison in 2001. Although archivists discarded several items that could not be salvaged, they did preserve some material that may have value although flood damage is evident. With the damaged papers, some pages may be stuck together and handwritten notes may be faded beyond recognition. This damaged material is limited to four folders in two boxes, including box 40 folder 1; and box 42, folders 1, 2 and 3.

Dr. Schull collected and preserved all of the material in this collection in the course of his professional career and private life from 1945 to 2014. The collection consists of approximately 135 boxes including oversize and audiovisual. It consists of approximately 86 cubic feet of material.


Arrangement of Collection

The series arrangement reflects the various positions that Dr. Schull held during his career as an executive, scientist, and author on the effects of radiation and genetics on human health. This collection is arranged into the following series:
Series I. Radiation Research, ABCC/RERF
Series II. Editorial Positons and Peer Reviews
Series III. Scholarly Works
Series IV. Radiation Research, Governmental and Non-Governmental Bodies
Series V. Genetics Research, Governmental and Non-Governmental Bodies
Series VI. Expert Witness In Litigation
Series VII. Collected Publications
Series VIII. Personal Papers
Series IX. Realia
Series X. Oversize

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research. Some material in the collection has been restricted due to the use of patient names, Japanese confidentiality practices, or other considerations about the contents. Consult an archivist about potential access to these materials.

User restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply.

While the material is generally in good condition, some of the material suffered flood damage during tropical storm Allison in 2001. Although archivists discarded several items that could not be salvaged, they did preserve some material that may have value although flood damage is evident. With the damaged papers, some pages may be stuck together and handwritten notes may be faded beyond recognition. This damaged material is limited to four folders in two boxes, including box 40 folder 1; and box 42, folder 1, 2 and 3.

Dr. Schull collected and preserved all of the material in this collection in the course of his professional career and private life from 1945 to 2014. The collection consists of approximately 135 boxes including oversize and audiovisual. It consists of approximately 86 cubic feet of material.


Index terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog of the Texas Medical Center Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects (Persons)
Schull, William J.--Archives
Schull, William Jackson
Schull, Jack
Truman, Harry
Nixon, Richard M.
Beebe, Gilbert W.
Siemes, P., Father
Yasuyama, Kodo, Dr.
Furukawa, Kimiyo
Kikuchi, Takehiko, M.D.
Liebow, Averill A.
Brues, Austin Moore
Dunham, Charles L., M.D.
Nagataki, Shigenobu
Shigematsu, Itsuzo
Yamaoka, Kenjii
Zimbrick, John
Darling, George B., PhD
Moloney, William C.
Neel, James. V.
Rao, C. Radhakvishna
Woodbury, Lowell A.
Bennett, Barton G.
Powell, Colin L.
Forestal, James
Holmes, Robert H.
Jablon, Seymour
Sato, Eisaku
Oughterson, A. W.
Denit, Guy
Jungk, Robert
Matsuzaka, Yoshimasa, M.D.
Sutow, Wataru
Trosko, James
Nakaidzumi, Masanori
Awa, Akio
Komai, Taku
Takeshima, Koji
Bowers, John
Lindee, Susan
Emperor Of Japan
Nakashima, George Katsutoshi
Uchida, Yoshiko
Felguerez, Manual
Kawai, Kanjiro
Subjects (Family Name)
Schull
Shull
Subjects (Organizations)
Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission
ABCC
Radiation Effects Research Foundation
RERF
ABCC/RERF
Kyushu University
National Institute of Genetics Japan
International Commission on Radiological Protection
ICRP
United States Atomic Energy Commission
United States Atomic Energy Commission Brookhaven National Laboratory
International Consortium For Research On The Effects Of Radiation
ICHER
United Nations Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation
UNSCEAR
United Nations World Health Organization Health Effects Of Chernobyl Accident
WHO
United States Department of Energy Advisory Council On Nuclear Facility Safety
United States Department of Energy Oak Ridge National Laboratory
United States Department of Energy Siam Institute For Mathematics And Society
United States Environmental Protection Agency Science Advisory Board Radiation Advisory Committee
United States National Academy of Sciences National Research Council Board On Radiation Effects Research
BRER
Committee On Atomic Casualties National Research Council
Commission On Life Sciences National Research Council
Japanese National Institute Of Health
JNIH
Nagasaki Prefectural Cancer Registry Office
Nagasaki Medical College
Unitarian Service Committee Supreme Commander For Allied Powers
Schull Institute
Indian Statistical Institute
United States Army
United States National Academy of Sciences
United States National Research Council
United States National Academy of Sciences National Research Council Division of Medical Sciences
United States Department of Energy
Ministry of Health and Welfare of Japan
Blue Ribbon Panel
Japan-America Society of Hiroshima
Japanese Workers Union
Asahi Shimbun
Chugoku Shimbun
Mainichi Shimbun
Nagasaki Shimbun
Nishinihon Shimbun
Yomiuri Shimbun
Nagasaki Harbor Light
Kyodo News
Kobe Shimbun
Hiroshima Signpost
The Union Of Japanese Scientists And Engineers
The History Of Science Society Of Japan
The Japan Foundation
Texas Genetics Society
University of Texas Health Science Center Houston
University of Michigan
Department of Human Genetics University of Michigan
Marquette University
Science Council of Japan
Places
Japan
United States
Hiroshima
Hijiyama
Hiroshima Peace Plaza
Nagasaki
Kure
Kuroshima
Washington, D. C.
Tokyo
Chernobyl
Russia
China
Marshall Islands
Rongelap Atoll
Rongerik Atoll
Alinginea Atoll
Utirik Atoll
Bolivia
Starr County
Texas
West Texas
Fort Davis
India
Greece
Hong Kong
Europe
France
Chile
Peru
Moscow
Kiev
Ukraine
Erice
Italy
Austria
Denmark
Sweden
Alaska
Kodiak Island
Pribolofs
Geneva
Poland
South America
Latin America
Hawaii
Mexico
Switzerland
Ireland
Holland
Scotland
England
Slovenia
The Gotos
Mississippi River
Kurashima Island
Subjects
Atomic Bombs
Atomic Bombings
Atomic Bomb Survivors
Atomic Bomb Damage
Damage From Atomic Bombs
Effects Of Atomic Bombs
Atomic Bomb Effects
BRAVO
Castle BRAVO Test
World War II
WW II
Early Terminations
Tabulation Procedures
Midwives
Midwife
Home Visit Examinations
Home Examination
Genetics Research
Field Investigation
Psychometric Procedures
Livelihood Protection
Program Review
Community Relations
Autopsies
Autopsies Of Stillborn Infants
Death Anniversary Visits
Computer Section Administration
Dosimetry
Shielding Estimates
DS86 Estimates
T65DR Estimates
T65 Estimates
Research Data
Cartoons
Statistics
Epidemiology
Cooperation With Russia
Chernobyl Accident
Chernobyl Accident
Use Of RERF Research Data By Outside Researchers
Leukemia
In Utero Exposure
In Utero Exposed Infants
In Utero Exposed Victims
Prenatally Exposed Atomic Bomb Survivors
Newborn Observations
Stillbirth
Malformations
Birthweight At Nine Months
Sex Ratios
Neonatal Deaths
Anthropometrics
Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test
Malignant Tumor Frequency
Aging
Growth And Development
Mortality
Consanguinity
Residual Exposure To Radiation
Epidemiologic Analysis of Smoking
Lung Carcinoma
Breast Cancer
Stomach Cancer
Accelerated Aging Of The Heart
Cytogenetics
Radiation Related Small Head Sizes
Mental Retardation
Menstrual Patterns
Cataract
Radiation Cataract
Epilation
Chromosome Count
Fukuyru Maru
Japanese Fishing Boat
Marshall Island Studies
Japanese Surrender
Marshall Island Studies
Genetic Effects Of Consanguinity In Japan
Aymara Of Western Bolivia
Disease Caused By Genetics
Effects of Sociological, Ecological, And Other Environmental Stress On Human Heredity
Effects Of Radiation On Human Health
Nuclear Facility Safety
Standards For Low Levels Of Radionucleotides
Standards For Mutagenecity Testing
Dose Reconstruction For the Fernald Nuclear Facility
The Order Of The Sacred Treasure
Travel Diary
Japanese History
Japanese Lore
Japanese Furniture
Japanese Archaelogy
Japanese Arts
Japanese Pottery
Kabuki Theater
Japanese Woodblock Prints
Japanese Calligraphy
Japanese Plants Around Hiroshima
Japanese Museums
Japan Travel Brochures
Japanese Travel Maps
United States Army Maps Of Hiroshima And Nagasaki
Order Of The Sacred Treasure, Third Class
Fermi Award
RERF Operating Committee
RERF Executive Committee
Human Investigation Committee
Field Operations Division
Genetics Department
The Genetics Program
Medical Records Committee
Genetics Research Program
Field Investigation Section
Patient Contacting
Tumor Registry
RERF Tissue And Tumor Registries
Leukemia Registry
Department Of Illustration And Duplication
Statistics Department
Computer Section
Scientific Council
Board Of Directors Meeting
Data Quality Task Force
The Francis Committee
The Blue Ribbon Panel
The International Blue Ribbon Panel
Biochemical Genetics Program
Guidelines For Volume Of Blood
Symposium Of Exposed Survivors
Genetics Study Conference
Peace Memorial Service
Open Symposium For International Collaboration On Radiological Accidents and Epidemiological Studies
DS86 System
Nagasaki Morbidity Survey Pilot
Human Genome Diversity Project
Human Genetics Program
The Tenth Pacific Science Congress
Document Types
Correspondence
Text
Calligraphy
Books
Reprints
Photographs
35mm Slides
Audiotape
Videotape
Realia
Drawings, Pen And Ink
16mm Film
Digital Media
Compact disc
Scientific Organizations (Functions)
Leukemia Registry
Mortality Sample
Research Protocols
Longevity Study
Epidemiological Field Study
Thyroid Substudy
F₁ Cytogenetic Study
Occupations
Medical Doctor
Statistician
Epidemiologist
Geneticist
Scientist
Author
Titles
Children of the Ashes
40th Year Pictorial Of Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission And Radiation Effects Research Foundation
Radiation Effects Research Foundation: The First 10 Years
Radiation Effects Research Foundation-A Brief Description
Welcome To Hiroshima
Commemoration Of The 40th Anniversary Of U.S.-Japan Joint Studies Of Lat A-Bomb Effects: Memories of ABCC-RERF
Effects of Ionizing Radiation: Atomic Bomb Survivors And Their Children (1945-1955)
Notes On A Study Of Former ABCC
A Brief Report On Public Health Administration In Japan, January 1966-August 1967
Medical Report On Atomic Bomb Effects
Genetics: Consultant's Report To The Committee On Atomic Casualties, U.S. National Research Council
Notes On A Study Of Former ABCC
The Inquiry Into The Atomic Bomb In Hiroshima by The Ammunition Department And The Ordnance Experimental Department Of The Kure Navy Yard, Japanese Navy
Nine Who Survived Hiroshima And Nagasaki
Encounter With Disaster-Medical Diary of Hiroshima
The Chrysanthemum And The Feather Merceant
Notes Verbales Exchanged Between The Embassies Of The United Stated and Japan
The Francis Report
The Unified Study Program Report
Life Span Study
Life Span Study Of Children Born To Atomic Bomb Survivors
Leukemia Survey
Joint Commission Case Study
The Adult Health Study
The Adosolescent Study
Charles L. Odoroff Fellowship Program
RERF Regulations Concerning Organization Of The Laboratory Research Departments
ABCC Name Code Book
U.S. Department Of Transportation Calculation On Radiation Produced By Little Boy and Fat Man Nuclear Devices
World Peace From Hiroshima
Ah! Hiroshima
Sixth Annual Gilbert W. Beebe Symposium
History of ABCC
Born Of The Atomic Bomb
Effects of Inbreeding On Japanese Children
Song Among The Ruins
Effects Of Atomic Radiation: A Half Century Of Studies From Hiroshima And Nagasaki
Human Heredity
The Effect Of Exposure To The Atomic Bombs On Pregnancy Termination In Hiroshima And Nagasaki
The Aymara Strategies In Human Adaptation To A Rigorous Environment
Concern For Quake Sufferers Should Not Be Diminished By Nuclear Fear
The Radioactive Dust From The Nuclear Detonation
Japan Foundation Newsletter

Related Materials

The McGovern Historical Center holds the papers of many people who served at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission and the ensuing Radiation Effects Research Foundation. The Center also has a large number of photographs from the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Consult an archivist if access to related materials is desired.


Separated Material

The collection contains oversized ephemera. These items are separated, foldered and boxed in Oversize. A large poster about ABCC/RERF history is separated and placed in a Map Drawer. Large maps of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 have also been separated to the Map Drawer and Oversize depending on the map. Books are boxed and shelved along with the collection. Audio and video tapes are separated and placed in Audiovisual. All items are described in this finding aid.


Administrative Information

Custodial Information

The McGovern Historical Center received these papers directly from William J. Schull during his lifetime. The papers were used by Dr. Schull during his work at various governmental and non-governmental bodies. In most instances, many people, including Dr. Schull, received copies of material as is common in institutional operations. Due to this, the papers are not always the original but are the copy received by Dr. Schull or forwarded to him by another. While Dr. Schull took many of the photos, others are copies of photos made by the organizations he worked for or the United States military. Film, video, and audio material was usually produced by media professionals that worked for the organizations involved. Copies were then provided to Dr. Schull.

Preferred Citation

The William J. Schull, PhD Papers; MS 067; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.

Please cite the box and folder numbers where appropriate.

Aquisition Information

McGovern Historical Center accessioned these records through a Deed of Gift from Dr. Schull over a number of years in distributions of various sizes and content.

Processing Information

This collection was processed and described thanks to a grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion Science and the assistance of Professor Masahito Ando and his team at Gakushuin University in Tokyo.

This collection was processed using a mix of item, folder and box level processing. Papers from the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, later known as the Radiation Effects Research Foundation, received item and folder level processing as did the papers from Dr. Schull's personal life. Papers about radiation research at all other governmental and non-governmental agencies, genetics research, and expert witness activities received box level processing and are described at a box level. Flood damaged material was retained if any contents were discernible. A small amount of severely flood damaged material was discarded.

Because the material was received from Dr. Schull in many smaller lots, this finding aid combines all of Dr. Schull's papers in one arrangement for the first time, since he began donating materials in the 1990s. Researchers using citations prior to 2014 may no longer have accurate box and folder numbers. Consult an archivist for more information.

In this finding aid, the country name United States is frequently abbreviated as U. S. where the abbreviation was included in the title. Similarly, Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission is abbreviated as ABCC. The Radiation Effects Research Foundation is abbreviated RERF. The mnemonic ABCC/RERF is used to refer to both organizations.

Appraisal

This collection contributes significantly to the historical record about the health effects of the World War II atomic bombings to survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. Documents in the collection provide detailed insight into the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Additionally, the collection adds records about genetics and epidemiological research into the health effects of ionizing radiation throughout the 20th century, the inner workings of the various governmental and non-governmental bodies tasked with understanding and controlling nuclear technologies, and the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear plant explosion in 1986. Dr. Schull was a senior leader in scientific research about the health effects of ionizing radiation and genetics for decades. His papers contribute valuable historical insights into these fields.

As of October 2014, an International Consortium, consisting of Gakushuin University in Japan, the Texas Medical Center Library McGovern Historical Center in Texas, and the United States National Academy of Sciences archives in Washington, D.C., is working on a pilot project to digitize selected records about the history of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Records in this collection will be a major source of digital objects.

Accruals

The McGovern Historical Center may receive additional papers from Dr. Schull for this collection.

The collection contains a number of formats. Papers include bond, onion paper, yellow ruled tablet and different types of Japanese papers made of rice and silk. Photos, film and video in many formats are in the collection along with black and white and color 35mm slides and negatives. Audio tape formats are noted in the entries in this finding aid.


Other Finding Aids

An extensive photo and scrapbook collection also created by Dr. Schull is housed in MS 170 at the McGovern Historical Center. Items of note in this collection include a scrapbook about Dr. Schull's career containing remembrances from many of his peers and a scrapbook created when he received the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class from the Emperor of Japan. A finding aid for this collection is available. Consult an archivist to obtain access.


Bibliography

Schull, William J. 1990. Song among the ruins. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

Schull, William J. 1995. Effects of atomic radiation: A half-century of studies from Hiroshima and Nagasaki. New York: Wiley-liss.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I: Radiation Research, ABCC/RERF; 1949-2014

Scope and Content Note: This series contains items collected by Dr. Schull from the ABCC and RERF. Dr. Schull joined the ABCC in 1949 as the Head of the Department of Genetics. In common with other American scientists, he remained in residence in Japan for two years and then returned to an academic position in the United States but continued his research on ABCC projects. Through a series of academic leaves of absence, Dr. Schull returned to full time work at ABCC/RERF in Japan in January-April 1954, July-September 1956, July 1959-September 1960, February 1964-January 1965, June-September 1968, 1978-1980, 1986-1987, 1990-1991, and 1996-1997. The papers in this series trend mainly towards these time periods. From 1959, Dr. Schull served ABCC/RERF at the Director level and above. Papers after this date reflect his senior executive positions and concern a wide range of ABCC/RERF subjects although papers from the early 1950s contain detailed information about genetics research at ABCC. Unfortunately, many of the early genetics research papers have the most flood damage. Recognized within ABCC for his interest in historic preservation, Dr. Schull received many items from others.
Established in Japan in 1946 by a presidential directive from President Harry Truman, the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) was established to undertake long term studies of the health effects of the atomic bombings on survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan. American members of the ABCC faced many scientific challenges along with the physical challenges of living in a foreign, war destroyed country and the human challenges of working with a population scarred irreparably by the atomic bombs' horrific power. Documents in this collection show that initial investigations focused on hematological effects. But ABCC scientists soon realized that many other research protocols were required especially in genetics and epidemiology. They invented more than a few research protocols and contributed strongly to the 20th century genetics and epidemiology disciplines. Throughout its history, the ABCC faced many challenges centered around its value to the scientific world, funding, and the appropriateness of its mission. In 1975, the Japanese and United States governments renegotiated their agreement so that the Japanese government took the lead in funding and governance although the United States continued to provide funding. The new arrangment caused the organization to be reconstituted as the Radiation Research Foundation (RERF). Today, the contributions of the scientists who worked in the organization are widely respected and highly valued by both countries as their research has proven to be essential to navigating the Atomic Age. Documents in the collection show that Dr. Schull frequently credited the courage and generosity of the Japanese people for their participation in studies that were all too frequently physically painful, time consuming, and intrusive to personal privacy.
This series is organized in subseries that reflect the daily operations of the ABCC and RERF. Material about the history of the ABCC and RERF is included in this series.
Subseries I: Official Publications
Scope and Content Note: Scope and Content Note: The ABCC and RERF authored a number of monthly and annual periodical publications to convey information. These publications include: Annual Reports-a complete summary of operations from July 1 to June 30; Technical Reports-the results of original research from scientific investigations; Research Protocols-approved scientific procedures to be used in investigations; Commentary And Review (RERF only)-replaced the Technical Report series; RERF Update-news publications containing non-scholarly items about the organization; RERF News Letter-internal news for employees. The sub-series is organized by the type of publication and then by date.
box folder
1 - Semi-Annual Reports; 1951 January 1-1957 June 30. [some volumes missing]
box folder
2 - Annual Reports; 1957 July 1-1967 June 30.
box folder
3 - Annual Reports; 1967 July 1-1972 June 30.
box folder
4 - Annual Reports; 1972 July 1-1975 June 30; 2006, 2007, 2012.
box folder
5 1 Bibliography of Publications Concerning Effect of Nuclear Explosions 1945-1960, published by ABCC; circa 1960.
2 Bibliography of Publications Concerning Effect of Nuclear Explosions 1945-1961, volume II, published by ABCC; circa 1960.
3 Bibliography of Publications Concerning Effect of Nuclear Explosions 1959-1973, volume III, published by ABCC; circa 1973.
4 Bibliography of Published Papers of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1947-1974, published by ABCC; circa 1974.
5 Bibliography of ABCC Technical Reports from 1959-1973, published by the ABCC; circa 1973.
6 Bibliography of RERF-ABCC Technical Reports From 1959-1984, published by RERF; circa 1984.
7 Typewritten List of RERF Technical Reports from 1985-1986 in Technical Report Number Order; 1986 October-November.
- Technical Reports 01-59 through 16-60; 1959 March-1960 [may not contain all volumes].
box folder
6 - Technical Reports 19-61 through 17-69, includes 1969 "Bibliography of Published Papers of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission" ; 1961-1969 [may not contain all volumes].
box folder
7 - Technical Reports 18-69 through 11-71; 1969-1971 [may not contain all volumes].
box folder
8 - Technical Reports 13-71 through 11-73; 1971-1973 [may not contain all volumes].
box folder
9 - Technical Reports 12-73 through 10-76; 1973-1976 [may not contain all volumes].
box folder
10 - Technical Reports 0-77 through 22-79; 1977-1979 [may not contain all volumes].
1 RERF Technical Report: Life Span Study Report 9, Part 1 (TR12-80), Part 2 (TR5-81), Part 3 (TR6-81) and Supplementary Tables 1950-1978; circa 1981.
box folder
11 - Technical Reports 0-84 through 17-86; 1984-1986 [may not contain all volumes].
box folder
12 - Technical Reports 0-87 through 6-92; 1987-1992 [may not contain all volumes].
box folder
13 - Research Protocols 69-70, 73-75; 1969-1975.
1 Research Protocols: Abstracts of all Research Protocols Continued from ABCC and Complete Texts of all RERF Research Protocols Issued since 1975 April 1 (through RP 5-76), Folder 1 of 2; 1979 November.
2 Research Protocols: Continues Complete Texts of all RERF Research Protocols Issued since 1975 April 1 (ends with RP 5-76), Folder 2 of 2; 1979 November.
3 Research Protocol RERF RP 13-79; 1980 January.
4 Research Protocols: Abstracts of all Research Protocols Continued from ABCC and Complete Texts of all RERF Research Protocols Issued since 1975 April 1 (through RP 10-78), Folder 1 of 2; 1982 April.
5 Research Protocols: Continues Complete Texts of all RERF Research Protocols Issued since 1975 April 1 (ends with RP 22-81), Folder 2 of 2; 1982 April.
6 Research Protocol RERF RP 6-82, 8-82, 2-83, 5-83, 7-83, 4-84, 7-84; 1983 June-1985 March.
box folder
14 1 Research Protocols: Complete Texts of Active RERF Research Protocols as of January 1987 (ends with 11-86, some numbers are missing); 1987 January.
2 Research Protocols RERF RP 1-87 through 6-87, 8-87 through 10-87; circa 1987-1988.
3 Research Protocols RERF RP 1-88, 2-88, 7-88, 9-88; 1988 May.
4 Research Protocol RERF RP Index As Of 1990 January 16, RERF RP 1-89 through 8-89, 11-89; 1989 May-1990 March.
5 Research Protocol RERF RP Index As Of 1991 January 16, RERF RP 1-90, 4-90, 5-90; 1990 July-1991 July.
6 Research Protocol RERF RP 1-91 through 5-91, 7-91; 1992 February-1993 February.
7 Research Protocol RERF RP Index as of January 1994, RERF RP 1-92 through 5-92, 0-93, 5-93; 1992 March-1994 July.
8 Research Protocol RERF RP 2-94, 1-97, 3-05, 1-06, 2-06, 1-07, 3-07; 1994 June-2008 January.
9 Research Protocol RERF RP 2-08 through 6-08; 2008 December-2009 July.
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15 1 Commentary and Review Series, RERF CR 1-89 through 4-89; 1989 November-1990 June.
2 Commentary and Review Series, RERF CR 1-90, 1-90 Revised; 1991 June-1992 April.
3 Commentary and Review Series, RERF CR 1-91, 2-91; 1992 September-1993 June.
4 Commentary and Review Series, RERF CR 1-92 through 6-92; 1993 May-1993 November.
5 Commentary and Review Series, RERF CR 2-93; 1993 October.
6 Commentary and Review Series, RERF CR 1-96; circa 1996.
7 RERF Reports No. 1-93, 8-93, 10-93, 15-93, 20-93, 22-93, 24-93, 27-93; circa 1993-1994.
8 RERF Reports No. 4-94, 5-94, 10-94, 22-94; circa 1994-1995.
9 RERF Reports No. 1-96, 5-96, 10-96; circa 1996-1997.
10 RERF Reports No. 1-97; 1997.
11 RERF Reports 9-98, 11-07, 11-08; 2001-2011.
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16 1 RERF Update 1989 all, 1990 Spring, 1992-1993 all, 1994 Summer, Autumn, 1995 Spring, 1996 Autumn, 1998 Spring, 1999 Spring, 2007 Autumn; 1989-2007.
2 RERF Newsletters 1978 June, October, December; 1979 March, June [1978 October issue describes Dr. Schull's return to Japan]; 1978-1979.
3 RERF Newsletters 1980 September [Description of 1980 Atomic Bomb Memorial Ceremonies in Hiroshima attended by Dr. Schull]; 1980.
4 RERF Newsletters 1981 April-August, October-December; 1981.
5 RERF Newsletters 1982 January-December [October issue describes relocation of Nagasaki facilities]; 1982.
6 RERF Newsletters 1983 January-February front page only, March-May, July-August, October, December; 1983.
7 RERF Newsletters 1984 January-November; 1984.
8 RERF Newsletters 1985 January-September, November-December [April contains chronological list of events for the RERF 10th Anniversary, June discusses 5th examination of A-Bomb survivors in the United States]; 1978-1979.
9 RERF Newsletters 1986 January-December; 1986.
10 RERF Newsletters 1987 January-December [Japanese version included for several months]; 1987.
11 RERF Newsletters 1988 January-December; 1988.
12 RERF Newsletters 1989 January-February; 1989.
13 RERF Newsletters 1991 August-November [Japanese version only]; 1991.
14 RERF Newsletters 1992 January-May [Japanese version only]; 1992.
15 RERF Newsletters 1997 March [Japanese version only]; 1997.
Subseries II: Scholarly Journal Reprints
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains reprints of scholarly journal articles authored by one or more ABCC/RERF scientists, reprints of Japanese scientists not affiliated with ABCC/RERF, and reprints by United States government agencies about the effects of the atomic bombings on human health. Reprints of Dr. Schull’s scholarly journal articles are located in the following Series III along with his other scholarly works. The reprints are arranged by subject. Some of the papers have suffered flood damage.
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17 1 RERF Bibliography of Published Papers; 1975.
2 Summary of ABCC Studies From 1945-1965 published by Research Society For The Late Effects of the Atomic Bombs, Hiroshima; 1965.
3 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored by ABCC/RERF Staff About Aging Studies Conducted With Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1978, 1991.
4 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Atomic Bomb Survivors' Risk of General Cancer and Leukemia; 1954-1994.
5 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Atomic Bomb Survivors' Risk of Breast Cancer; 1991.
6 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Atomic Bomb Survivors' Risk of Genitourinary Cancers; 1987, 1988.
7 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Atomic Bomb Survivors' Risk of Cancer of the Digestive Organs and Periotneum; 1978, 1991.
8 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Biochemical Studies; 1979-1996.
9 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Cardiovascular Disease In Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1990 April.
10 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Sense Organ Diseases In Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1955.
11 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Endocrine and Metabolic Disease in Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1978, 1991.
12 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Immunology Studies Conducted With Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1991.
13 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Infective and Parasitic Diseases Encountered in Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1955.
14 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About The Effect of In Utero Exposure To the Atomic Bomb on Growth and Development; 1953, 1991.
15 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About The Causes of In Utero Mortality in Hiroshima Between January 1, 1949 and February 28, 1953; 1953 October.
16 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Musculoskeletal Disease in Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1991.
17 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About The Cytogenic Effects of the Atomic Bomb; 1977-2008.
18 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Atomic Bomb Radiation Dosimetry; 1970-1991.
19 Reprints Authored By Japanese Scientists About Dosimetry Measurements Immediately After The Atomic Bombings; 1945-1982.
- Preprints from the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory About Atomic Bomb Dosimetry Calculation; 1982-1984.
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18 - Reprints About Atomic Bomb Dosimetry; 1956-1976.
1 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Medical Radiation Dosimetry; 1988-1990.
2 Radiation Dose Reconstruction For U. S. Occupation Forces in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan; 1980.
3 Scholarly Journal Drafts About Dosimetry; circa 1980-1990.
4 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff About Radiology Studies Conducted With Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1978.
5 Scholarly Journal Reprints Authored By ABCC/RERF Staff In Japanese [untranslated]; circa 1950-2000 [dates untranslated].
6 Journal Article Reprints and One Draft Paper Removed From Folder Labeled "Statistics"; circa 1950-1991.
7 "Medical Report on Atomic Bomb Effects" by the Medical Section, The Special Committee For The Investigation of The Effects of the Atomic Bomb, The National Research Council of Japan [About death rate by distance from the epicenter]; 1953.
8 "A Brief Report on Public Health Administration in Japan, January 1966-August 1967" by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japanese Government; 1967 August 31.
9 Draft Research Paper "Time on Trial Estimates with Bivariate Risks" by H. Dennis Tolley and James E. Norman; 1978 April.
10 Draft Research Paper "A Compartment Model Approach...To Tumor Incidence" By H. Dennis Tolley, et. al.; [1977 March].
11 Draft Research Paper "Reanalysis of Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Mortality Experience..." By H. Dennis Tolley, et. al.; 1977 September 29.
12 Draft Research Paper "Radiation-Induced Life-Shortening Among Survivors of the Atomic Bomb" By Kelvin K. Lee and H. Dennis Tolley; 1978 December.
13 Periodical Articles and Book Reviews About the Atomic Bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Public Media; 1955-1986.
14 "Notes On A Study of Former ABCC" by Yoshimasa Matsuzaka, M.D., Vice Chairman, Hiroshima A-Bomb Casualty Council; 1982 March.
15 Copy of Untranslated Japanese Document, Subject Unknown; circa 1950-2000 [dates untranslated].
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19 1 "Genetics: Consultant's Report To The Committee on Atomic Casualties, U. S. National Research Council" by Dr. J. V. Neel, M.D., published by the ABCC; 1952 March 25.
2 "Second U. S.-Japan Joint Workshop For Reassessment of Atomic Bomb Radiation Dosimetry in Hiroshima and Nagasaki", sponsored by RERF; 1983 November.
3 ABCC Fact Book "Charts and Reference Data Compiled From Various Sources For Use of Staff Members and Research Associates of ABCC"; 1959 February.
4 "U.S.-Japan Joint Workshop for Reassessment of Atomic Bomb Radiation Dosimetry in Hiroshima and Nagasaki"; 1983 February.
5 "An Assessment of the New Dosimetry For A-Bomb Survivors", published by the Advisory Committee on RERF, Commission on Life Sciences, U. S. National Research Council; 1987.
6 "Final Report U.S.-Japan Joint Reassessment of Atomic Bomb Radiation Dosimetry in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, The DS86 Dosimetry System 1986, Volume 1"; 1987.
7 "Final Report U.S.-Japan Joint Reassessment of Atomic Bomb Radiation Dosimetry in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, The DS86 Dosimetry System 1986, Volume 2"; 1987.
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20 1 National Institute of Genetics (Japan). "Annual Report, No. 2 (1951)"; 1952.
2 Japanese Advisory Council To The Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Minutes of the Ninth-Thirteenth Meetings; 1964 July 3-1972 November 27.
3 Slugline For Unidentified Journal Article or News Release; 1966 July 10.
4 Consultative Organ (Kyogikai) For ABCC-JNIH Pathology Studies ABCC. "Minutes of the Second and Third Meeting"; 1967 April 26, 1973 June 19.
5 Consultative Organ (Kyogikai) For The ABCC-JNIH Adult Health Study. "Minutes of the Second Meeting"; 1967 July 13.
6 Consultative Organ (Kyogikai) For The JNIH-ABCC Life Span Study. "Minutes of the Seventh and Ninth Meetings"; 1970 July 7, 1973 June 18 .
7 Nagasaki Prefectural Cancer Registry Office, Radiation Effects Research Foundation. "Nagasaki Prefectural Cancer Registry Report, 2, 1990"; 1991 April 3.
8 Hiroshima International Council For Medical Care of the Radiation-Exposed. "A-Bomb Radiation Effects Digest"; 1993.
9 RERF Monthly Report; 2007 October.
10 Leif E. Peterson and Seymour Abrahamson, editors. "Effects of Ionizing Radiation: Atomic Bomb Survivors and Their Children (1945-1955)", Folder 1 of 2; 1998.
11 Leif E. Peterson and Seymour Abrahamson, editors. "Effects of Ionizing Radition: Atomic Bomb Survivors and Their Children (1945-1955)", Folder 2 of 2; 1998.
Subseries III: Records About History
Scope and Content Note: This subseries includes official publications, brochures and pamphlets from the ABCC and RERF used to describe history, mission and scientific work to the public; eyewitness accounts by Japanese citizens and others to the atomic bombings from various sources; memoirs about ABCC and RERF by retired staff; and other historical information about the atomic bombings collected by Dr. Schull.
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21 - ABCC-JNIH ABCC Reprints Volume 1 and Volume 2, 1945-1971 [Contents excerpted from Annual Reports review the history of ABCC with essential concise details]; circa 1971.
1 Four Small Brochures About The Origins of ABCC, 2 in Japanese only; 1966-1973.
2 "Radiation Effects Research Foundation: The First 10 Years, 1975-1985"; 1985.
3 RERF A Guide to Newcomers "Welcome to Hiroshima" by Jimmie Yorioka, Librarian; 1984 .
4 Pamphlets [Brief Descriptions of RERF]; circa 1980s.
- "Commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of U.S.-Japan Joint Studies of Late A-Bomb Effects: Memories of ABCC-RERF" published by RERF; 1988 March 1.
- "A 40th Year Pictorial of Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission and Radiation Effects Research Foundation" published by RERF; 1988 March.
- "Radiation Effects Research Foundation-A Brief Description" published by RERF; circa 1987.
- "Radiation Effects Research Foundation-A Brief Description" published by RERF; 1993 October.
- "Radiation Effects Research Foundation-A Brief Description" published by RERF; 1999 October.
5 "Changes in Director and Scientific Councillors as of 1 July 1996"; 1996.
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22 1 Reprints About ABCC History and the Impact of the Atomic Bombings, Folder 1 of 2; 1958-1976.
2 Reprints About ABCC History and the Impact of the Atomic Bombings, Folder 2 of 2; 1977-2002.
3 Explanation of Purpose of Technical Reports and Research Protocols; circa 1970s.
4 Atomic Bombing in Hiroshima, an Eyewitness Account By Father P. Siemes, A Report for the Pope, in English translated from German; circa 1940s.
5 "The Inquiry Into The Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima By The Ammunition Department and The Ordnance Experimental Department of the Kure Navy Yard, Japanese Navy", in English Translation; 1945 September.
6 To W. J. Schull From: Yamazaki, James N. Contains copy of "Round Table Discussion By The Survivors of The Nagasaki Medical College Relating Their Personal Experience With Atomic Bomb Victims in Nagasaki", an English translation; 1950 June 7.
7 Report on "Status of Japanese Medical Education and How To Raise Standards by The Unitarian Service Committee", Supreme Commander For Allied Powers; 1950 July 17-September 5.
8 Atomic Bomb Eyewitness Accounts By Dr. Kodo Yasuyama; 1955.
9 Turnbull, Robert. "Nine Who Survived Hiroshima and Nagasaki"; 1957.
10 "I Lost My Husband" By Kimiyo Furukawa; 1958 December 1.
11 Accounts of First Scientific Japanese Studies of the Effects of the Atomic Bombs in 1946 by Takehiko Kikuchi, M.D.; circa 1966.
12 Copies of Records Listing American Prisoners of War Killed by Atomic Bombs; 1978-1981.
13 Reprints "Encounter With Disaster-Medical Diary of Hiroshima" By Averill A. Liebow in Japanese only; 1965.
14 Article About ABCC in Torii Teller, a Weekly U. S. Marine Corps Publication; 1966 March 21.
15 Reprint and Annotated Typewritten Draft of "The Chrysanthemum and the Feather Merceant[Old French]" by Austin Moore Brues, A Trip to Hiroshima and Nagasaki Shortly After the Atomic Bombs, in English and Japanese; 1968.
16 "The Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission And The Late Effects of Ionizing Radiation", by Charles L. Dunham, M.D. for the John C. Bugher Memorial Lecture at the University of Puerto Rico; 1972 September 29.
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23 1 Speaker Notes for "The RERF After 30 Years", unidentified speaker [probably Dr. Schull], event, and location; circa 2005.
2 "Impressions of An American in Hiroshima", 1949 To the Present, Presented by W. J. Schull To The Japan-America Society of Hiroshima [Program and speaker notes, Japanese and English]; 1991 December 9.
3 Speaker Notes and Articles From the ABCC Historical Rembrances Meeting, a Schull Institute Meeting Commemorating 50 Years of Research, Houston, TX; 1995 October 7-10.
4 First Schull Institute Symposium: "Historical Remembrances and Reflections, Atomic Bomb Survivors and Their Children (1945-1995)", edited by W. J. Schull and Leif R. Peterson, Houston, TX; 1997.
5 The National Academies Sixth Annual Gilbert W. Beebe Symposium About 60 Years of ABCC/RERF, Washington, D.C. [includes transcripts or speaker notes from Dr. Schull, Aaron Brill, and Niel Wald, The ABCC Early Years History Panel]; 2007 December 12.
6 Audio Recording on Compact Disc: "ABCC In The Olden Days", an RERF Lecture By Dr.Schull; 2010 May 21.
7 Verbatim Transcript of An Interview with Dr. Schull By the Kyodo News About His Experience in Japan at the ABCC/RERF; 2011 August 21.
Subseries IV: Correspondence
Scope and Content Note: This subseries includes correspondence to and from W. J. Schull about the ABCC/RERF, created during his service to the organization. The subseries is arranged by correspondence to W. J. Schull, to W. J. Schull and Vickie Schull, from W. J. Shull, between W. J. Schull and another, and lastly copies of correspondence from others that were in Dr. Schull’s papers. Where possible, the correspondence between W. J. Schull and another has been arranged together to allow the researcher to see both sides of the interchange on a single topic. Within these groupings, correspondence is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the sender or recipient. Some of the correspondence is RESTRICTED. Consult an archivist for access.
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23 8 Correspondence To W. J. Schull Arranged Chronologically, some undated; 1956-2001.
9 To: W. J. Schull, PhD, Director and Ashbel Smith Professor, University of Texas Houston Health Science Center From: Beasley, R. Palmer, MD, Dean (Confirming approval for a six month leave of abscence to serve as Vice Chairman of the RERF beginning June 1, 1996); 1996 May 24.
10 To: W. J. Schull From: Crick, W. R.; 1985 October 29.
11 To: W. J. Schull From: Fleidner, T. M., MD, Professor Universitat Ulm, Germany (About visit to RERF for research on low level radiation damage to exposed cells); 1991 April 23.
12 To: W. J. Schull From: Freire-Maria, Newton, PhD (About personal remembrance with black and white photo from 1955 of W. J. Schull and friends); undated.
13 To: W. J. Schull From: Gilman, Paul, PhD, Executive Director, National Research Council, Commission on Life Sciences (About formation of committee to review relationship between NAS and RERF); 1996 March 12.
14 To: W. J. Schull From: Gilman, Paul, PhD (About 2% overhead rate charge to RERF for any contract work done through U. S. National Academy of Science); 1996 October 15.
15 To: W. J. Schull From: Glenn or Bob (About travel plans); 1988 February 7.
16 To: W. J. Schull From: Hajime, Nakano (A letter written in Japanese romaji); 1978 November 24.
17 To: W. J. Schull From: Hamada, Chiyeko, Treasurer (An invitation to the 1996 ABCC OB-KAI USA Reunion in Montebello, CA); 1996.
18 To: W. J. Schull From: Ikawa, Yuko, RERF Public Relations and Publications (About a response to an article about ABCC-RERF in the Japanese press); 2007 July 17.
19 To: W. J. Schull From: [ ], John (About measurements on a true replica of Little Boy); 1992 November 30.
20 To: W. J. Schull From: K., John (A postcard from Japan); 1955 May 5.
21 To: W. J. Schull From: Lapp, R. E. (About a new way of estimating occupational risk of exposure to radiation using data in one of Dr. Schull's papers); 1990 March 5.
22 To: W. J. Schull From: Nagataki, Shigenobu, Chairman, RERF (About Dr. Schull's appointment as Permanent Director of the Foundation); 2001 June 4.
22 To: W. J. Schull From: Nakai, Syaka (About visit to RERF to discuss the problem of a China-Japan cooperative study of high-background radiation effects); 1996 May 22.
24 To: W. J. Schull From: Sawyer, Ralph A. (About appointment to a doctoral supervision committee); 1960 May 31.
25 To: W. J. Schull From: Shigematsu, Itsuzo, Chairman, RERF (Request to evaluate curriculum vitae of Shigenobu Nagataki, M.D., PhD) RESTRICTED; 1996 November 25.
26 To: W. J. Schull From: T[ ], Bob (About newspaper clipping of article entitled "Regrets and Resistance" by T. R. Reid about Japanese view of WWII); 1994 August 28.
27 To: W. J. Schull From: Thiessen, J. W., MD, Vice Chairman and Director, Nagasaki Laboratory, RERF (About Dr. Schull's book and Life Span Report 11); 1990 May 2.
28 To: W. J. Schull From: U. S. Environmental Protective Agency (A request for a check distribution for Dr. Thomas W. Clarkson) [letter not opened]; 1985 November 23.
29 To: W. J. Schull From: Yamaoka, Kenji, MD, Professor and Chief of Medicine, Kyushu University (About ABCC biomedical research in genetics); 1960 June 30.
30 To: W. J. Schull From: Yorioka, Jimmie, Librarian, RERF (About two Japanese maps of ancient times and articles about chonin [Japanese historical merchant class] as requested by Dr. Schull); 1984 June 8.
31 To: W. J. Schull From: Zimbrick, John, Director, U.S. National Research Council (About increasingly negative Japanese press stories of ABCC-RERF); 1995 September 25.
32 To: W. J. Schull, Vice Chairman and Chief of Research, RERF From: Zimbrick, John, Director, Board on Radiation Effects Research and Gilman, Paul, Executive Director, Commission on Life Science, U. S. National Research Council (About RERF action plan proposed by Dr. Schull); 1996 November 8.
33 To: W. J. Schull From: [Japanese name and date not translated] (A letter in kanji or kana script); undated.
34 To: W. J. Schull From: [Japanese name and date not translated] (A greeting card in kanji or kana script); undated.
35 To: W. J. Schull From: [Japanese name and date not translated] (Calligraphy in Japanese kanji or kana, black ink on art paper); undated.
36 To: W. J. Schull From: [Japanese name and date not translated] (Calligraphy in Japanese kanji or kana, black ink on art paper); undated.
37 To: W. J. Schull From: [Japanese name and date not translated] (Calligraphy in Japanese kanji or kana, black ink/red personal seal on art paper); undated.
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24 1 Correspondence From W.J. Schull Arranged Chronologically; 1946-1995.
2 From: W. J. Schull and Vickie Schull To: Members of ABCC Genetics Group After a Reunion in 1996; 1996 October 30.
3 From W. J. Schull About Maintaining Home and Other Affairs in Houston While on Leave in Japan; 1996.
4 Memorandum From: W. J. Schull To: ABCC Peers About How To Handle Rounding Off Procedures For Genetics Data At ABCC; 1951 November 29.
5 From: W. J. Schull To: Dr. Allen (About Improvements to The Summary Table For The Research Project Register in Annual Report For 1972-1973); 1974 January 23.
6 From: W. J. Schull, RERF To: Buffler, Patricia A., Dean, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley (About her visit to RERF, an epidemiologist candidate, and responses to The Blue Ribbon Panel); 1996 July 1.
7 From: W. J. Schull To: Bugher, John C., Dr, Director, Division of Biology and Medicine, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (About formation of a Special Advisory Committee on genetics and Dr. J. V. Neel's participation); 1955 August 26.
8 From: W. J. Schull To: Darling, George B., PhD (About Dr. Ohkura's proposal for a sex ratio study and follow-up of the F2, handwritten pencil preview with Dr. Darling's reply); 1959 August 13.
9 From: W. J. Schull To: Fischer, Eric, Commission on Life Sciences, U. S. National Research Council (About meeting calendars); 1996 May 24.
10 From: W. J. Schull To: Guera, Hilda, Starr County Health Studies (About Dr. Schull's living arrangements in Japan); 1996 June 27.
11 From: W. J. Schull To: Harris, Becky (A description of the Schull's living arrangements in Japan while at RERF); 1996 June 11.
12 From: W. J. Schull To: Leberbott, Stanley, Dr., Wesleyan University (About how the ABCC-RERF counted the number of known survivors relative to other researchers); 1996 November 12.
13 From: W. J. Schull To: Loewinger, Isolde E., Dr. (Questions about In Utero Study IQ data from ABCC in 1955 and 1956); 1996 June 21.
14 From: W. J. Schull To: Minami, Y., Post Office and Message Center, ABCC, Hiroshima; 1964 June-August.
15 From: W. J. Schull, Permanent Director and Vice Chairman, RERF To: Mukai, Terumi, Professor, Faculty of Science, Kyushu University, Japan (About joint research projects and RERF Scientific Council meetings); 1979-1980.
16 From: W. J. Schull To: Ochi, Yoshimichi, Dr., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (About strengthening the RERF Information Technology Department by working with Dr. Ochi's department at Oita University, Japan); 1996 June 21.
17 From: W. J. Schull To: Otake, Masanori (About reactions to draft research paper and personal friendship); 1996 June 19.
18 From: W. J. Schull To: Tateno, Yoshio, National Institute of Genetics, Japan (Forwarding a bank statement from Carolyn Milton); 1996 June 4.
19 From: W. J. Schull To: Warren, Anita, Nuclear Energy Institute (Response to her request for statistics on atomic bomb survivor mortality); 1996 June 20.
20 From: W. J. Schull To: Woodbury, Lowell (About tabulation errors in genetics data, includes some raw statistics); 1954 August 5-1956.
21 From: W. J. Schull To: Woodell, Allen D. (About a position as assistant statistician at ABCC in Japan); 1952 September 23.
22 From: W. J. Schull To: Yamasaki, M. (A thank you note to the Biostatistics, Computing Section, ABCC Hiroshima); 1959 September 19.
23 From: W. J. Schull To: Yano, Katsuhiko, Dr., The Honolulu Heart Program (About a graduate student intern at RERF); 1996 October 25.
24 From: W. J. Schull To: Yoshida, K., IBM Section, Statistics, ABCC Nagasaki (Thank you for help with Child Health Survey); 1960 July 29-November 1.
25 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Multiple Researchers About Consanguineous Marriages in Japan; 1957-1966.
26 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull, RERF Permanent Director and Professors at Japan's National Institute of Genetics; 1987.
27 Correspondence About Preparations for Dr. Schull's RERF Assignment; 1996.
28 Correspondence To and From W. J. Schull From Many Correspondents About RERF; 1995 June 8-1996 June 4.
29 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Others About Forming A Consortium To Establish An International Thyroid Tissue Bank and Diagnostic Working Group; 1996.
30 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Members of University of Texas Health Science Center During His Leave of Abscence; 1996.
31 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Brandt, A. E., Dr., Biometrician, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission (About hiring professionals for the ABCC Statistics Department in Japan, includes copy of letter from Grant Taylor on same topic); 1952 January 7-1953 January 27.
32 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Brandt, A. E., Dr., Biometrician, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission (About consulting with regard to ABCC statistical data analysis); 1952 July 23-1954 November 18.
33 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Alan S. Brown, MD and Ezra S. Susser, MD (About exposure to radiation and prenatal risk factors in schizophrenia); 1995 October 19-1996 January 25.
34 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Clem, Mary (About her employment for 4 months in the ABCC Statistics Department in Japan); 1952 February 19-1952 March 17.
35 Correspondence To and From Dr. Schull About RERF Activities With Persons With Last Names Starting with "D" [from an original file]; 1990-1991.
36 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Little, Mark About Risks of Skin Cancer Associated With Ionising Radiation and Japanese Cultural Patterns of Solar Exposure; 1996 January 17.
37 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Moloney, William C., MD; 1959 January-1996 November.
38 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Murphy, Anthony (Tony) (About Murphy's research into the invention of the atomic bomb during World War II); 1996 December 25.
39 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Neel, James V., Dr. (About strategic research plans for RERF in 1996); 1996 September 6, 17.
40 Correspondence Between Schull, Neel and Patterson About Tabulation Of The Genetics Anthropometrics Cards; 1954 April 2-May 17.
41 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Ochi, Yoshimichi, PhD About Assistance With Study Abroad in the United States; 1995 July 18-September 8.
42 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Rao, C. Radhakvishna, Professor, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India (About assistance with a statistical method for the analysis of Child Health Study data from ABCC); 1955 January 3-1956 January 20.
43 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Tandon, Oudh, B., Dr (About Dr. Oudh's application for biometrician at ABCC and the difficulty of obtaining security clearances for non-U.S. citizens); 1952 February 2, 8.
44 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Taylor, Grant, MD (About ABCC activities, notably new ABCC procedure for publication and authorship); 1951-1959.
45 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Woodbury, Lowell A. (About a position as senior biometrician with the ABCC in Japan, contains Woodbury's curriculum vitae); 1951 December 4-1952 March 18.
46 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Woodbury, Lowell A. (About missing microfilm of genetics records); 1957 March 1-July 10.
47 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Woodbury, Max (About candidates for senior biometrician at ABCC and consulting on statistical problems); 1951 September 18-1952 May 6.
48 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Yamaoka, Kimie, Department of Epidemiology, ABCC (About the Child Health Study at ABCC); 1959 September-October.
49 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Yamazaki, James MD (About genetics program in Japan); 1955-1996.
50 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Zelle, Max R., Geneticist at U. S. Atomic Energy Commission (About ABCC grant) [Dr. Zelle was responsible for the Child Health Survey for the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission]; 1958 April-October.
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25 1 ABCC Correspondence From Multiple Authors About ABCC Activities; 1951-1953.
2 From Beebe, Gilbert To: Hasegawa, Yutaka, Dr. (About the process of reviewing research proposals in ABCC's early years); 1996 December 31.
3 To: Bennett, Barton G., Chairman, RERF From: Powell, Colin L., Secretary of State of the United States (About RERF funding cuts); 2004 July 13.
4 From: Forestal, James, Secretary of the Navy, United States To: Truman, Harry, The President of the United States (Recommending a Presidential Directive to Study The Medical and Biological Effects of Radiation In Hiroshima and Nagasaki); 1948 November 18.
5 From: Holmes, Robert H., M.D., Director of ABCC To: Cannan, R. Keith, Dr., United States National Research Council (About future requirements for the success of ABCC); 1956 February 3.
6 From: Holmes, Robert H., M.D. To: Winkler, Mary (About Importance of ABCC-RERF Archives Relative to Chernobyl); 1986 September 2.
7 From: Jablon, Seymour To: Shigetmatsu, Itsuzo, Dr., Chairman, Radiation Effects Research Foundation (Forwarding suggestion about cataract study); 1983 October 25.
8 William C. Moloney, M.D. Correspondence and Copy of Diary. [The Diary is available online at http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/moloneyjournal/1/. The letter contains additional information about Moloney's history with ABCC.] Consult an archivist for access to the William C. Moloney Papers, also located at the McGovern Historical Center; 1953, 1990 August 1.
9 To: Neel, James V. From Yoshimoto, Yasuhiko (About review of a paper about cancer in the In Utero Exposed population); undated.
10 To: Nixon, Richard M., President of the United States and Sato, Eisaku, Prime Minister of Japan From: Meigs, J. Wister, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor, Occupational Medicine, Yale University (About the importance of continuing ABCC research) [In English and Japanese]; circa 1970.
11 Memorandum From: Oughterson, A. W., Colonel, United States Army Medical Corps To: Denit, Guy, Brigadier General, United States Army (About the vital importance of a study of the effects of the two atomic bombs used in Japan commencing at the earliest date possible); 1945 August 28.
12 Empty Envelope Addressed to Jackie Prince, NAS/CLS, no stamp; undated.
13 From: Sperry, Richard D., RERF Administrative Advisor To: Wechsler, Frederica, Arts In The Academy, United States National Academy of Science (About artist, T. Sasaki); 1996 October 31.
14 To: Wong, Florence L., Dr. From: Preston, Dale, RERF Chief, Department of Statistics (About contract for her work on The Adult Health Study Report 8); 1996 December 4.
Subseries V: Administration
Scope and Content Note: This subseries includes interoffice memorandums, reports and other records about the administration of the ABCC/RERF collected by Dr. Schull. Administration of the ABCC/RERF included such functions as budgeting and capital funds, legal and contractual issues, staffing, salary administration, record keeping for employees, research statistics maintenance, information technology including the organization of medical data bases to support research, employee recognition, public relations, printing and publishing, and employee and community social activities. The records concern operations in Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Kure. The records are organized by creation date earliest first. Dr. Schull kept his Department of Genetics papers in three ring binders. The papers have been removed from the binders due to flood damage. The original order and notebook tabs have been preserved. Many of these papers have substantial flood damage.
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25 15 Handwritten List of RERF Strategic Requirements By Dr. Schull; undated.
16 Part I Section C of Statement of Work For Cancer Studies Involving the RERF Life Span Study; undated.
17 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Administering ME-200 and PE-86 Statistics; 1950-1970.
18 ABCC Interval Reports About Genetics Department Administration; 1948-1951.
19 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Master File Organization, Updates and Maintenance; 1949-1952.
20 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums And Meeting Minutes of the Medical Records Committee; 1950-1970.
21 ABCC Genetics Department General Correspondence and Procedures for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Kure; 1949-1953.
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26 1 ABCC Memorandums for Record; 1949-1953.
2 ABCC Genetics Department Early Terminations, Serology, GE-41, Midwives, Memorandums, Midwife Roster, Forms and Procedures; 1950-1953.
3 Draft Interoffice Memorandum From Machle, Willard To Bronk, Detler (About Report On ABCC Field Operations from November 19, 1950 to January 4, 1951 For The Chairman, Division of Medical Sciences, United States National Research Council); 1951 January 3.
4 ABCC Genetics Department Memorandums, Correspondence, Case Tabulations Procedures [contains some research results]; 1951-1953.
5 ABCC Genetics Department Long Form 9 Months and Home Examination Long Forms Adminstration and Correspondence; 1951-1953.
6 Notes Verbales Exchanged Between The Embassies of The United States and Japan About Status and Legal Rights of United States Citizens Employed at ABCC; 1952 October 23.
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27 1 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums and Correspondence About Genetics Research Program, Folder 1 of 4; 1952-1953.
2 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums and Correspondence About Genetics Research Program, Folder 2 of 4; 1952-1953.
3 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums and Correspondence About Genetics Research Program, Folder 3 of 4; 1953-1954.
4 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums and Correspondence About Genetics Research Program, Folder 4 of 4; 1953.
5 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About The Monthly Report of Field Investigation Sections; 1953-1975.
6 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum From Sutow, Wataru W., MD To Patient Contacting (About Psychometric Procedures Added to Routine Diagnostic Examinations on Children Born in 1945 and 1946); 1953 February 4.
7 ABCC Genetics Department Interoffice Memorandums, Correspondence, Case Tabulations By W. J. Schull; circa 1954.
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28 1 Correspondence, Travel Receipts, and Other Papers About Dr. Schull's ABCC Assignment; 1954.
2 Instructions About the Final Analysis of the Genetics Long Form Cards at ABCC From Mrs. Patterson To Mr. Yamasaki; 1954 March 11.
3 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum About Allegations of Making False Statements For Overtime Allowance [Employee name has been redacted to protect privacy]; 1954 August 19.
4 RERF Health Management Handbook for W. J. Schull and International Vaccination Card; 1954, 1991.
5 Listing of Long Form Tables at ABCC From W. J. Schull to Record; circa 1954.
6 United States National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Division of Medical Sciences: Recommendations on ABCC By The Ad Hoc Committee for Appraisal of the ABCC Program; 1955 November 27.
7 Documents About the Scientific Design, Reorganization and Ongoing Mission of ABCC After "The Francis Report"; circa 1955-1957.
8 Correspondence and Other Papers About Dr. Schull's ABCC Assignment; 1956.
9 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum About ABCC Research Projects Since Beginning; 1956 February 13.
10 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum About A Patient Complaint for Unreasonable Delay In Diagnostic Reports; 1956 May 23.
11 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum About Disciplinary Action With Regard To a Contractor's Claims That His ABCC Bicycle Was Stolen For A Second Time [Employee name redacted to protect privacy]; 1957 January 17.
12 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Locating Missing People From The 1950 Control Census; 1957-1966.
13 ABCC Internal Memorandums and External Correspondence About The Legal Issues Surrounding the Ongoing Use and Collection Of Death Certificates For The Life Span Study and Tumor Registry; 1958-1978.
14 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum From Masanori Nakaidzumi To George B. Darling About Research Policy For A-Bomb Sequela; 1959 August 24.
15 Pay Vouchers For Dr. Schull; 1959-1960.
16 Correspondence, Itineraries and Other Papers About Dr. Schull's ABCC Assignment; 1959-1960.
17 ABCC Department of Illustration and Duplication Staff Names and Procedures; circa 1960s.
18 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Leukemia Survey Procedures and Issues; 1959-1961.
19 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Incorporating 1945 Joint Commission Case Study Data Into ABCC Data; 1959-1967.
20 Memo From Atomic Energy Commission About Responses To Inquiries Concerning "Children of the Ashes" a book by Robert Jungk; 1961 August 29.
21 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums To Dr. Darling Stamped Statistics Department File; 1961.
22 ABCC Memorandum For Record About Vehicle Dispatching Procedure In Field Operations Division; 1963 April 8.
23 Typewritten Outlined Procedure For Preparation of ST-100 Master Identification Data IBM Tape From NMR and C Division, Hiroshima and Nagasaki; 1965 March 1.
24 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum About Inspection of Families Receiving Livelihood Protection; 1967.
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29 1 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum Clarifying The Definition of Commonly Used Technical Terms; 1967 August 21.
2 ABCC Organization Background and Contemporary Input From Japanese Government and Scientists About The Re-organization of the ABCC [possibly a draft document]; circa 1970s.
3 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum About Lecture Slide Preparation and Formats For A Program Review; circa 1970.
4 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Printing Reproduction and Computing; 1971-1975.
5 Contract Renewal for Hiroshima and Nagasaki Tumor Registries Replaces ABCC With RERF and Extends Agreement to 30 June 1976; 1972-1975.
6 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Role of Medical Social Workers In The Adult Health Study; 1973.
7 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Community Relations; 1973-1974.
8 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About Autopsies and Death Anniversary Visits; 1974-1975.
9 Handwritten Meeting Notes By Unidentified Author From ABCC Unified Program Staff Meetings; 1974-1975.
10 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Status of Biochemical Genetics Study; 1978.
11 Dr. Schull's Notebook "Moriyama's Memos" About All Aspects of RERF Administration and Research; 1978.
12 Correspondence About Preparations for Dr. Schull's RERF Assignment (After his appointment as Permanent Director); 1978.
13 RERF Draft Research Program Plan and F86 Tenative Budget Allocation; 1986 March.
14 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About Appointment of Dr. Hiroshi Yoshimaru; 1986 October.
15 RERF Policy on Technical Reports; 1986 October.
16 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Health Care of Foreign Nationals and Dependents; 1986 October 14.
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30 1 Dr. Schull's Meeting Notes From a Genetics Department Meeting; 1986 December 19.
2 RERF Interoffice Memorandums, Procedures and Other Reports About Research Databases; 1986-1989.
3 Correspondence About Preparations For Dr. Schull's RERF Assignment, Folder 1 of 2; 1986-1987.
4 Correspondence About Preparations For Dr. Schull's RERF Assignment, Folder 2 of 2; 1986-1987.
5 RERF Interoffice Memorandums To and From Dr. Schull About Computer Section Administration; 1986-1987, 1997.
6 RERF Draft Research Program Plan; 1986 March.
7 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About Dosimetry; 1986-1991.
8 Meeting Notes From New Facilities Planning Committee Meetings; 1987.
9 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About Data Quality Task Force (Recommended by the Scientific Council in 1986); 1987.
10 RERF Meeting Notes and Other Papers From Dr. Schull's Visit To Nagasaki; 1986 October-1987.
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31 1 RERF Interoffice Memoramdums About Storage and Management Of Research Data in Database Archives; 1990-1991.
2 Curricula Vitae, Job Descriptions and References For Position of Epidemiologist At RERF, Hiroshima, Japan [no Japanese Resumes]; 1991.
3 RERF Interoffice Memorandums Between Dr. Schull and Dr. James Trosko, Chief of Research, RERF; 1991.
4 RERF Interoffice Memorandums and Correspondence About The Budget; 1991.
5 Medical Students Applying For Charles L. Odoroff Fellowship Program [Provides research opportunities for study at RERF, no Japanese resumes]; 1991.
6 RERF Interoffice Memorandum To Department Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs From James E. Trosko, Chief of Research About 18th Scientific Council Meeting Schedule; 1991.
7 RERF Interoffice Memorandums and Correspondence About Staffing; 1991 April.
8 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About Future Directions For FY91 at Board Meeting; 1991 April 24.
9 RERF Future Resources Planning Document; 1991 December.
10 RERF and University of Michigan (James V. Neel) Collaboration To Apply For National Cancer Institute Grant To Study 2-D DNA Gels; 1993-1994.
11 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About RERF Update Publishing and Editing; 1995-1996.
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32 1 RERF Program: Project Progress Report About Status of Research Projects; 1995 January 1-1996 August 31.
2 Correspondence, News Releases, and Other Papers About The United States Department of Energy Proposal to Sever the 40 Year Relationship Between RERF and the United States National Academy of Sciences; 1995 January-June.
3 Personal Administrative Receipts, Payroll Deductions and Other Items For Dr. Schull While Serving at RERF; 1996.
4 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About World Wide Web Project; 1996.
5 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and John D. Zimbrick, PhD About RERF Administration; 1996.
6 Hand Drawn Cartoon Depicting Reaction of RERF Staff To Blue Ribbon Panel; 1996.
7 Correspondence and Papers About The Blue Ribbon Panel at RERF, Folder 1 of 3; 1996.
8 Correspondence and Papers About The Blue Ribbon Panel at RERF, Folder 2 of 3; 1996.
9 Correspondence and Papers About The Blue Ribbon Panel at RERF, Folder 3 of 3; 1996.
10 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Dr. Shigetmatsu's Successor and RERF Reorganization; 1996.
11 RERF Interoffice Memorandums and News Clips About Japanese Workers' Union Opposition To United States and RERF, Including The Union's Demand Letter; 1996 June.
12 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About Establishing A Postdoctoral Training Program in Statistics; 1996 October 16.
13 E-mail copy From Richard Sperry About How to Handle Expenses For Ladies Program Associated With The RERF Scientific Council Meeting in 1996; 1996 October 17.
14 Operating Plan For The Office of International Health Programs, United States Department of Energy [See page 11 "Japanese Program" about RERF]; 1996 November.
15 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Employee Income Tax Exemptions; 1996 December.
16 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About History of the RP Committee; 1996 December 12.
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33 1 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Staff Assignment; 1997 January 17.
2 Papers About The Relocation of RERF's Hiroshima Facility; 1996-2000.
3 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About The Archives [some in Japanese]; 1997.
4 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About The Use of International Travel Funds; 1996-1997.
5 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Facilitating Media and Internet Interviews With Atomic Bomb Survivors; circa 2000.
6 Correspondence, Agendas, Draft Papers About RERF Cooperation with Russia; 1997.
7 Protocol Agreement Concerning Collaboration Between Biochemical Genetics Program at RERF and Program-Project On The Study of Mutation at the University of Michigan (Responsible parties: Dr. Jun-ichi Asakawa, RERF and Dr. James V. Neel, University of Michigan); 1997 January 15.
8 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Staff Training at IAEA Biodosimetry Training Course; 1997 January 17.
9 RERF Response To The International Blue Ribbon Panel Recommendations; 1997 January.
10 RERF Five Year Strategic Plan and Program Management, 1997-2001; 1997 January.
11 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Dr. Schull's Return To The United States And Curriculum Vitae For His Replacement; 1996 October 22.
12 Recommendations For RERF Library by Margaret Irwin, Archivist, McGovern Historical Center; 1997 October 30.
13 RERF Correspondence About Scholarly Article Submissions To Journals; 1996-1997.
14 RERF Death Certificate in Pencil for Donn F. Eisele; undated.
Subseries VI: RERF Committee Meetings
Scope and Content Note: As a department head and executive, Dr. Schull attended a number of committee meetings at RERF during his stays in 1986-1987, 1990-1991, and 1996-1997. Dr. Schull participated in the Executive and Operating Committees, Human Investigation Committee, and the Planning Committee in these years. Typically, each folder contains Dr. Schull’s handwritten notes from the meetings and the typewritten papers prepared by staff for the meeting including agenda, minutes from prior meetings, and papers providing important background for the agenda topics. The papers are arranged by meeting title and then by date.
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33 15 RERF Operating Committee Meeting Notes, Agenda and Other Supporting Documents (About personnel issues and status of the 1986 budget); 1986 October 21.
15 RERF Operating Committee Meeting Notes, Agenda and Other Supporting Documents (About personnel issues and status of the 1986 budget); 1986 October 21.
16 RERF Operating Committee Meeting Notes, Agenda and Other Supporting Documents (About Year End Letter, personnel appointments, and preparation for Scientific Council Meeting); 1986 December 15.
17 RERF Executive Committee Meeting Notes, Topics and Other Supporting Documents ( About Tumor Registry, personnel, collection of teeth in Nagasaki for dose estimating); 1986 September 22, 24, 30.
18 RERF Executive Committee Meeting Notes, Topics and Other Supporting Documents ( About RERF participation in the WHO Emergency WHO Network for Nuclear Accidents, abstract approval process, Dosimetry Report, vistors and personnel, U. S. funding of RERF); 1986 October 7, 14.
19 RERF Executive Committee Meeting Notes, Topics and Other Supporting Documents (About personnel, U. S. DOE and NAS visitors, April 1987 NCRP Meeting, and Adult Health Study); 1986 November 5, 10, 18, 26.
20 RERF Executive Committee Meeting Notes, Topics and Other Supporting Documents (About computer center and personnel); 1986 December 3.
21 RERF Executive Committee Meeting Notes, Topics and Other Supporting Documents (About assisting Russians with Chernobyl, personnel, reevaluating RERF Charter); 1986 December 10.
22 RERF Executive Committee Meeting Notes, Topics and Other Supporting Documents (About 1987 budget, Adult Health Study, Russian researcher visit, personnel, and Dr. Beebe's review of his visit to RERF); 1986 December 23.
23 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Notes, Topics and Other Supporting Documents; 1987 January-February.
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34 1 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Other Supporting Papers; 1987 March-April.
2 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Other Supporting Papers; 1987 May-June.
3 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Other Supporting Papers; 1987 July-August.
4 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Other Supporting Papers; 1987 September-October.
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35 1 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About improving master file card system, improvement of communication with Adult Health Study participants); 1990 November 27.
2 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About international travel budget, organization and function of Nagasaki laboratory, personnel, schedule of major events for January 1991-a graphic); 1990 December 18.
3 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About 1991 budget, international collaboration, Archives Database, and personnel); 1991 January 29.
4 RERF Ad Hoc Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About how to handle large number of requests for international cooperation on research, includes unsigned and undated outline of collaboration between Russia and Japan); 1991 January 29, 31.
5 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About RERF renovations, future research plans, RERF policy on use of its research data by outside investigators, cancer research protocols, budget, and personnel); 1991 February 26.
6 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About guidelines for volume of blood to be collected, reorganization of the Hiroshima Research department, personnel, visitors, and tax office audit. Contains "RERF Regulations Concerning Organization of the Laboratory Research Departments"); 1991 March 13.
7 RERF Ad Hoc Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents; 1991 March 27.
8 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About RERF Board Meeting preparations, guidelines for volume of blood, potential international collaborative projects, 1991 budget, and personnel. Includes "RERF Travel Reimbursement Regulations"); 1991 April 22.
9 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents (About 1991 budget, changes in Research Protocol and authorship policy, and personnel); 1991 May 14.
10 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents; 1991 June 11.
11 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents; 1991 July 23.
12 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Combined: Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Documents; 1991 August 27.
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36 1 RERF Operating Committee Meeting Agenda and Supporting Papers; 1991 September 17.
2 RERF Operating Committee Meeting Agenda and Supporting Papers; 1991 October 29.
3 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Papers; 1991 November 19.
4 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Papers; 1991 December 17.
5 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Papers; 1996 July 9.
6 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Papers; 1996 November 22.
7 RERF Ad Hoc Executive Committee Meeting About ABCC/RERF 50th Anniversary Planning; 1997 January 13.
8 RERF Executive and Operating Committee Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Supporting Papers; 1997 January 21.
9 RERF Human Investigation Committee (HIC) Meetings and Memorandum Guidelines For Volume of Blood Collected and Use of RERF Research Data By Outside Researchers; 1990 November-1991 January.
10 The 9th (Ad Hoc) RERF Planning Committee Meeting Topics, Notes and Supporting Documents (About future resources required to support research programs. Contains "Program Resources Planning Document Interim Report-May 1991"); 1991 August 28.
Subseries VII: Events
Scope and Content Note: Events at ABCC/RERF typically involved participants from outside the organization and included Scientific Committee Meetings, Scientific Conferences, International Congresses, Symposiums, Program Reviews, and Consultants Meetings. The material is arranged by meeting date. Folders variously contain correspondence between parties responsible for arranging the meeting (many times Dr. Schull was consulted on draft agendas), travel grant applications, itineraries, travel arrangements, travel receipts, meeting agendas, attendee lists, presentations by Dr. Schull and others, invitations to social events conducted as part of the main event. Some files in this subseries are RESTRICTED due to the presence of exposed survivors’ names or the presence of Japanese professional curriculae vitae. Consult an archivist for access.
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36 11 Symposium of Exposed Survivors (A "...symposium to talk about the experiences at that time with former doctors, nurses, clerks and patients of this hospital who actually experienced exposure..."); Hiroshima Communications Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan; RESTRICTED-USE OF NAMES; 1952 March 28.
12 Meeting on Epidemiological Studies in Human Radiobiology; Washington, D. C. (Includes speaker notes, "Methodologic Aspects of Future Studies of the A-Bomb Survivors" by Gilbert W. Beebe); 1965 December 13-17.
13 ABCC Annual Program Review (Contains abstracts of papers presented); Hiroshima, Japan; 1968 February 1-2.
14 XII International Congress of Genetics; Tokyo, Japan; 1968 August 19-28.
15 ABCC Scientific Conference-Annual Program Review Abstracts; probably Hiroshima, Japan; 1969 February 20.
16 ABCC Program Review (Includes speaker notes and presentation slides); Hiroshima, Japan; 1970 March 27
17 Hiroshima Medical Society Memorial Service on the 25th A-Bomb Anniversary (A copy of George B. Darling's remarks); Hiroshima, Japan; 1970 August 6.
18 ABCC Senior Epidemiology Consultants Meeting (Includes detailed information for review during the meeting about ABCC's future program in cancer epidemiology); Hiroshima, Japan; RESTRICTED-JAPANESE CURRICULUM VITAE; 1975 February 5.
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37 1 RERF Scientific Council Meeting; Hiroshima, Japan; 1979 May 19-21.
2 RERF Genetics Study Conference [This conference was taped. Agenda includes handwritten tape numbers. Tapes are located in Audiovisual.]; Hiroshima, Japan; 1983 March 4-5.
3 RERF Genetic Study Conference; Hiroshima, Japan; Folder 1 of 2; 1983-1984.
4 RERF Genetic Study Conference; Hiroshima, Japan; Folder 2 of 2; 1984 March 4-5.
5 U.S.-Japan Conference On "Statistical Methods In Cancer Epidemiology" at RERF; Hiroshima, Japan; 1984 March 1-2.
6 Minutes of the 19th Board Meeting of RERF, National Academy of Sciences; Washington, D.C.; 1985 June 17-19.
7 RERF Long Service and Retirement Community Presentation Scripts; location unknown; 1986.
8 RERF The 13th Meeting of the Scientific Council; Hiroshima, Japan; 1986 March 18-20.
9 United States Department of Energy Meeting About RERF; 1987 January-February.
10 Peace Memorial Service; Nagasaki, Japan; 1987 August 9.
11 RERF The 15th Meeting of the Scientific Council; Hiroshima, Japan; 1988 March 15-17.
12 RERF Event Program For Ceremony Commemorating 40th Anniversary; Hiroshima, Japan; 1988 March 22-24.
13 RERF Leukemia Registry (HE-39) Meeting and Consultation With S.C. Finch, Visiting; Hiroshima, Japan; 1991 June 12-22.
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38 1 RERF Board of Directors Meeting, National Academy of Sciences; Irvine, CA; 1991 June 18-21.
2 Radiation and Society: A Pedagogical Symposium, American Chemical Society; San Francisco, CA; 1992 April.
3 United States Department of Energy and RERF Scientific Exchange Workshop Agenda, Participants, and Reports; Irvine, CA; 1993 April 14-16.
4 United States Department of Energy Meeting "Doing Business With The Office Of International Health Programs" (About strengthening RERF partnerships and planning for the International Blue Ribbon Panel); Germantown, MD; 1996 February 1-March 12.
5 Blue Ribbon Panel Committee Meeting [Includes "RERF Activities Report 1995, Volume I"]; Hiroshima, Japan; 1996 February 5-7.
6 Blue Ribbon Panel Committee Meeting [Includes "RERF I. Historical Perspectives and II. Future Directions, Volume II"]; Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan; 1996 February 5-7, 7-9.
7 Program From The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony; Hiroshima, Japan; 1996 August 6.
8 Open Symposium For International Collaboration on Radiological Accidents and Epidemiological Studies; Hiroshima, Japan; 1996 August 24.
9 4th International Conference On High Levels of Natural Radiation; Beijing, China; 1996.
10 The 23rd RERF Scientific Council Meeting; Irving, CA; 1996 November 13-15.
11 International Workshop on Retrospective Dosimetry, Physical and Biological Aspects; Tianjin, China; 1997.
12 "Chernobyl Postirradiation Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant Therapy" Meeting at RERF; Hiroshima, Japan; 1997 March 24-31.
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39 1 RERF, The 31st Meeting of the Board of Directors, United States National Academy of Sciences (50th Anniversary of the ABCC/RERF); Washington, DC; 1997 June 11-12.
2 National Academy of Sciences 50th Anniversary Symposium: "ABCC/RERF Commemorating The First 50 Years and Looking To The Future"; Washington, DC; 1997 June 13-14.
3 Minutes of the 32nd RERF Board of Directors Meeting; Hiroshima, Japan; 1998 June 17-18.
4 RERF Clinical Genetics Workshop; Hiroshima, Japan; 1999 March 3-4.
5 RERF The 27th Meeting Of The Science Council; Hiroshima, Japan; 2000 April 17-19.
Subseries VIII: Research Data
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains interoffice memorandums, papers, and other records that cover statistics about the health effects of the atomic bombs compiled during ABCC/RERF research. Notes on each folder describe the location of the papers prior to their removal from the original binders. Some of the folders are RESTRICTED due to the presence of patient names. Consult an archivist for access.
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39 6 ABCC Research Data: General Observations Of Leukemia in Atomic Bomb Survivors; 1948-1952.
7 Research Data "Report On Damages Done By The Atomic Bomb"; Hiroshima City; 1950.
8 ABCC Research Data About Abnormalities At Birth For In Utero Exposed Infants RESTRICTED-PATIENT NAMES; 1951-1952.
9 ABCC Research Data About Status Of Children Exposed In Utero To Atomic Bombs in Nagasaki; 1952-1954 March 15.
10 ABCC Research Data About Skeletal Maturation In Healthy Japanese Children, Age 6-19; 1953 May 15.
11 Research Data: Investigative Reports by Japanese Scientists Immediately After Bombings (Published By The Japan Science Promotion Society); 1953.
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40 1 ABCC Research Data From The Genetics Program; circa 1953-1954.
Note: These papers show water damage caused by flooding in the archive during the 2001 Tropical Storm Allison. Some of the ink is faded or smudged, but most of the material remains legible. The materials were originally housed in 3-ring binders that were discarded.
2 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis Of Prevalence of Malformations Based on Patient's Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
3 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis Of Prevalence of Stillbirths Based on Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
4 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis Of Sex Ratios Based on Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
5 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analsysis of Birthweight At Nine Months Based on Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
6 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis Of Prevalence Of Malformation At Nine Months Based On Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
7 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis of Neonatal Deaths At Nine Months Based On Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
8 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis of Nine Months Anthropometrics (Weight) Based on Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
9 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis Of Nine Months Anthropometrics (Height) Based on Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
10 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis Of Nine Months Anthropometrics (Head Circumference) Based on Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
11 Research Data: Newborn Observations In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Statistical Analysis Of Nine Months Anthropometrics (Chest Circumference) Based on Parents' Exposure To The Atomic Bomb; circa 1950s.
12 Research Data: Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test and Final Scores For 30 Japanese Children of Atomic Bomb Survivors RESTRICTED-PATIENT NAMES; 1953 January.
13 Research Data: Morbidity-ME-55 Adult Medical Survey [Became part of follow-on Adult Health Study]; 1953.
14 Research Data: White Blood Cell Tabulation; 1956.
15 Handwritten Statistics About In Utero Exposed Victims; 1956-1959.
16 Joint NIH-ABCC Life Span Study of Children Born To Atomic Bomb Survivors: Monthly Survey Results, Tabulation Procedures, Confidentiality and Privacy Rules, Research Plan; 1960-1964.
17 Analysis of Corrections Required Due To Concomitant Effects To Increase The Accuracy Of The NIH-ABCC Life Span Study of Children Born To Atomic Bomb Survivors; circa 1962.
18 Handwritten Graphic Depicting The Organization of ABCC Research Data By Study; circa 1960s-1970s.
19 ABCC Name Code Book; 1965 March 1.
20 Research Data: Standard Mortality Ratios For U.S. Total Population, All Causes, 1969-1971 [In A Computer Printout Provided To Dr. Schull]; circa 1970s.
21 Copies of Graphics About Statistical Analysis of ABCC/RERF Research Data; 1950-1980.
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41 1 Research Data: U. S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Calculations On Radiation Produced By Little Boy and Fat Man Nuclear Devices; 1981 September 22.
2 RERF Tissue and Tumor Registries: Memorandums, Correspondence, Staffing, Procedures, and Issues, Folder 1 of 3; 1985-1988.
3 RERF Tissue and Tumor Registries: Memorandums, Correspondence, Staffing, Procedures, and Issues, Folder 2 of 3; 1985-1988.
4 RERF Tissue and Tumor Registries: Memorandums, Correspondence, Staffing, Procedures, and Issues, Folder 3 of 3; 1990-1991.
5 Genetic Research: The Frequency of Malignant Tumors During The First Two Decades Of Life In The Offspring Of Atomic Bomb Survivors Based on Parental Mutation Rate; 1987-1988.
6 Research Data: "Tables On The Grip Test and Repetitive Action Test Scores" of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Cohorts; 1988.
7 Master File Printout Of Prenatally Exposed Atomic Bomb Survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki RESTRICTED-PATIENT NAMES; circa 1990s.
8 Research Data: F₁ Mortality Sample vs BGS Sample vs Cell Line Samples; 1950-1980.
9 RERF Interoffice Memorandum About Exposed Pregnant Women In The DS86 System; 1991 July 3.
10 Research Data: Compares Radiation Dosimetry Using TR16-87 relative to DS86 Version 3; 1992 February 19.
Subseries IX: Research Protocols
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains interoffice memorandums, papers, graphics, drafts, and other records about ABCC/RERF scientific investigation procedures. Research protocols were peer reviewed and formally approved before a study could be proceed. The records contain evidence of this process. The majority of these records are in good condition.
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42 1 Research Protocols For Genetics Program, Folder 1 of 3; circa 1949-1950.
Note: These papers show water damage caused by flooding in the archive during the 2001 Tropical Storm Allison. Some of the ink is faded or smudged, but most of the material remains legible. The materials were originally housed in 3-ring binders that were discarded.
2 Research Protocols For Genetics Program, Folder 2 of 3; circa 1949-1950.
Note: These papers show water damage caused by flooding in the archive during the 2001 Tropical Storm Allison. Some of the ink is faded or smudged, but most of the material remains legible. The materials were originally housed in 3-ring binders that were discarded.
3 Research Protocols For Genetics Program, Folder 3 of 3; circa 1949-1950.
Note: These papers show water damage caused by flooding in the archive during the 2001 Tropical Storm Allison. Some of the ink is faded or smudged, but most of the material remains legible. The materials were originally housed in 3-ring binders that were discarded.
4 Research Protocols and Research Data About Autopsies of Stillborn Infants in Nagasaki and Hiroshima RESTRICTED-PATIENT NAMES; circa 1951-1952.
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43 1 ABCC Draft Omnibus Cancer Protocol Requested By Dr. Darling and Drafted by Gilbert W. Beebe; 1967 July-November.
2 ABCC Age Calculating Table; 1968.
3 ABCC Research Protocol Proposal and Supporting Documents For The First Control Sample Census of The Kure Population; 1949 December 8.
4 Research Protocol: Home Visit Examinations of Newborns, Short Forms, Instructions, Duties Of A Field Nurse, Diagnostic Accuracy Tests, Short Form IBM Card For Genetics Research; circa 1950s.
5 Research Protocol, Growth and Development, Pediatric: Patient Selection For Adolescent Study; 1950-1951.
6 Research Protocol, Growth and Development, Aging: One Hour Glucose Challenge To Measure Aging; 1964-1965.
7 Research Protocol, Mortality, In Utero Exposed: Re-examination of neurological and developmental aspects of children in Nagasaki; 1952.
8 Research Protocol, Dosimetry, Shielding Estimates; 1954-1956.
9 Nagasaki Morbidity Survey Pilot Recommended By The Francis Committee In The Unified Study Program Report; circa 1955.
10 Research Protocol For A Consanguinity Field Study; 1956.
11 Research Protocol, Growth and Development, Aging: Longevity Study; 1957-1960.
12 Research Protocol, Dosimetry: Residual Exposure To Radiation; 1959.
13 Research Protocols For ABCC Studies Of Cardiovascular Disease and Aging; 1959-1961.
14 Research Protocol, Mortality, Leukemia: Epidemiological Field Study; 1962.
15 Research Protocol, Specific Diseases, Endocrine: Thyroid Substudy; 1962-1975.
16 Research Protocol, Specific Diseases, Cardiovascular: Epidemiologic Analysis of Smoking Among ME-200 Patients; 1963.
17 Research Protocol Draft "Enzymatic Activity in Leukocytes In Some Adult Health Study and In Utero Exposed Subjects"; 1963.
18 Research Protocol, Specific Diseases, Respiratory: Lung Carcinoma; 1964-1966.
19 Research Protocol For Dosimetry; 1964-1965.
20 Research Protocol, Growth and Development: Accelerated Aging Of Heart; 1965-1966.
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44 1 ABCC Mortality Research Protocol Proposal For F₁ Cytogenetic Study; 1968.
2 Research Protocol, Growth and Development: Aging Studies; 1970-1974.
3 Draft Research Protocol About Epidemiological Survey of Breast Cancer Cases In Hiroshima and Nagasaki; 1977 June 13.
4 Growth and Development Research Protocol Draft RERF RP-80; circa 1980.
5 Mortality Research Proposal For A New RERF Research Protocol: "Radiation-related Damage To Developing Human Brain"; 1983-1987.
6 RERF Draft Research Protocol About Cytogenic Study Of The In Utero Exposed; 1985 March.
Subseries X: Research Analysis
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains drafts of papers about research results that were under consideration for publishing as a Technical Report. Dr. Schull was an integral member of the peer review process for draft research analysis. Many of these papers were sent to him for his review. Dr. Schull was one of the authors for some drafts. The papers are organized by ABCC/RERF research subjects adapted from Annual Reports, then by date.
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44 7 Annotated Technical Report Bibliographies For ABCC and Grant Taylor Collection; 1957-1974.
8 Orphan Page With Partial Outline of Results Of Atomic Bomb Exposure To Adults; undated.
9 Reprints and Handwritten Citations [Organized for Research Project?]; circa 1991.
10 Draft Presentation By Dr. Schull About Analytical Problems In Genetics Program; circa 1950.
11 Draft of Paper: "Persistent Gill Slits -- A Dominant Gene?" By Schull and Fuerta With Review Slip From Grant Taylor, ABCC; circa 1951.
12 Research, Mortality, Leukemia: Correspondence About Data Inaccuracies; 1957-1958.
13 ABCC Interoffice Memorandum Providing Reviewer Corrections To A Research Manuscript About "Opthalmoligic Status Of Children Exposed In Utero, Nagasaki"; 1964 October.
14 Mortality Research: Study of Life Span of Children Born To Survivors Of The Atomic Bomb By W. J. Schull and J. V. Neel; 1972.
15 ABCC/RERF Mortality Research: Draft Paper By Gilbert W. Beebe, Prepared For Meeting With California Liason Officers Responsible For Atomic Bomb Survivors In State; 1976 January 6.
16 Research, Mortality: Leukemia Risk By Peter G. Groer, Toranosuke Ishimaru, Michito Ichimaru, et. al; 1979-1982.
17 Mortality Research: A Reassessment Of In Utero Exposure To Atomic Bomb Radiation And Mental Retardation By W. J. Schull and Masanori Otake, Folder 1 of 6; 1980-1981.
18 Mortality Research: A Reassessment Of In Utero Exposure To Atomic Bomb Radiation And Mental Retardation By W. J. Schull and Masanori Otake, Folder 2 of 6; 1980-1982.
19 Mortality Research: A Reassessment Of In Utero Exposure To Atomic Bomb Radiation And Mental Retardation By W. J. Schull and Masanori Otake, Folder 3 of 6; 1982.
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45 1 Mortality Research: A Reassessment Of In Utero Exposure To Atomic Bomb Radiation And Mental Retardation By W. J. Schull and Masanori Otake, Folder 4 of 6; 1983.
2 Mortality Research: A Reassessment Of In Utero Exposure To Atomic Bomb Radiation And Mental Retardation By W. J. Schull and Masanori Otake, Folder 5 of 6; 1983.
3 Mortality Research: A Reassessment Of In Utero Exposure To Atomic Bomb Radiation And Mental Retardation By W. J. Schull and Masanori Otake, Folder 6 of 6; 1984.
4 RERF Technical Report Drafts Circulated For Review; 1986-1991.
5 Mortality Research: Effects of Radiation On Developing Brain Using DS86 Estimates By W. J. Schull, Masanori Otake, and Hiroshi Yoshimaru; circa 1986.
6 Mortality Research: New Analysis of Life Span Study Report 11; 1986 May.
7 Mortality Research: Draft Life Span Study Report 11 With Reviewer's Comments and Correspondence, Folder 1 of 3; 1987.
8 Mortality Research: Draft Life Span Study Report 11 With Reviewer's Comments and Correspondence, Folder 2 of 3; 1987.
9 Mortality Research: Draft Life Span Study Report 11 With Reviewer's Comments and Correspondence, Folder 3 of 3; 1987.
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46 1 Mortality Research: Life Span Study Report 12, Part 1 Draft (Extends surveillance data by 5 years, 1986-1990, and focuses on cancer mortality); circa 1990.
2 Mortality Research: Life Span Study Report 12 Solid Cancer Data; 1996.
3 Draft Research and Data About Reanalysis Of Effects of Prenatal Exposure To Radiation Using Rat Brains; circa 1992.
4 RERF Interoffice Memorandums About Systolic Blood Pressure, Growth and Radiation Dose In Exposed Subjects; 1992 May 11-1992 July 3.
5 Mortality Research, Approved Manuscript For Technical Report Publication: "A Longitudinal Study of Growth and Development Of Stature Among The Prenatally Exposed Atomic Bomb Survivors" By Masanori Otake, Yasunori Fujikoshi, W. J. Schull, et. al.; 1992 January 14-July 17.
6 Growth and Development Research Draft RERF Report 24-62: "Radiation-Related Small Head Sizes Among The Prenatally Exposed Survivors in Hiroshima and Japan" By Masanori Otake and W. J. Schull; circa 1993.
7 Specific Disease Research, Opthalmologic: Draft Paper and Correspondence About Opthalmoligic Findings, 1956-1957; circa 1964.
8 Specific Disease Research, Endocrine: Menstrual Patterns In Female Survivors; circa 1958.
9 Specific Disease Research, Leukemia and Stomach Cancer: Draft "Time Dependent Risk of Radiation-Induce Leukemia and Stomach Cancer Incidence In Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors" By Masanori Otake and Toranosuke Ishimaru; 1985 May.
10 Specific Disease Research, Opthalmologic: Correspondence and Report About Cataract and Epilation Due To Radiation Exposure Reused By U. S. Air Force For Astronauts; 1997.
11 ABCC Genetics Research Program Project Number GE-3 Correspondence, Draft Research Analysis, Meeting Notes; 1952-1954.
12 Genetics Research: Chromosome Count Study Correspondence, Draft Papers, Research Data, Notes; 1960-1964.
13 Orphan Charts Analyzing Dosimetry T65DR vs DS86 [Drafts]; undated.
14 ABCC Dosimetry: Scholarly Papers By Japanese Researchers In Other Institutions Describing Aftereffects of Atomic Bombs [Includes analysis of papers' results by Seymour Jablon]; 1959-1960.
15 Dosimetry Research: Paper Draft Using 1965 Dose (T65D); 1967 April 6.
16 Dosimetric Research: "A Review and Analysis Of Research On Estimation Of Radiation Dose Response and RBE At RERF" By Charles L. Odoroll, Visiting Scientist; 1977 August 2.
17 Dosimetric Research: "Draft Proposal To Study Radiation Dose Response and RBE In The Survivors Of The Hiroshima and Nagasaki A-Bombs" By Charles L. Odorof, University of Rochester; 1978 July 20.
18 Dosimetric Research: Draft Report Hiroshima/Nagasaki Dose Reassessment For DS86 By University of Utah; circa 1980s.
19 Dosimetric Research: U. S. Department of Defense Paper About Radiation Exposure of The United States Occupation Forces in Japan; 1980 August 6.
20 Dosimetric Research: Copy of A Handwritten Draft Analysis Of Dosimetry Relation To Genetic Risk, no author; undated.
21 Correspondence and Reviewer Comments About Draft Research "Atomic Bomb Radiation Cataract...", some commentary in Japanese; circa 1996.
22 Presentation of Data About Hiroshima and Nagasaki Bombings on 35 mm slides; circa 1950-1960s.
23 RERF Draft Commentary and Review Circulated For Criticism About Statistical Methods; 1991 December 11.
Subseries XI: Radiation Testing, Marshall Islands
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains correspondence, research, publications, news clips, and other records collected by Dr. Schull about the effects of radioactive fall-out from the BRAVO (also Castle BRAVO) nuclear bomb test, March 1, 1954, on Japanese sailors on the fishing boat, Fukuyru Maru, and Marshallese residing on Rongelap, Rongerik, Alinginea, and Utirik atolls. These papers are arranged at a box level using Tier 1 Processing. They are in good condition and remain in the original binders and order received from Dr. Schull.
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47 - Marshall Island Studies. circa 1950s-1980s.
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48 - Marshal Island Studies continued. circa 1950s-1980s.
Subseries XII: News Clips And Other Non-Scholarly Articles
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains news clips and other non-scholarly articles about the ABCC/RERF collected by Dr. Schull. The ABCC/RERF Translation Office translates Japanese press articles into English and sends them to ABCC/RERF senior executives and staff. This subseries contains translated and untranslated news clips. News clips from both Japan and the United States are included. The Japanese news media interviewed senior ABCC/RERF executives such as George B. Darling and Dr. Schull. Transcripts and news clips about interviews are included here. News clips are organized by the name of the newspaper and then by date order.
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49 1 Japanese Newspaper Clips About ABCC-RERF in Japanese; circa 1960-2000 [dates untranslated].
2 United States Newspaper Clips, Some Military, About RERF; 1986-1987.
3 Japanese Newspaper Clips, Translated and Retyped, By ABCC/RERF; 1970-1987.
4 News Clips From Asahi Shimbun, Translated and Retyped By RERF; 1986-2010.
5 Newspaper clips From Chugoku Shinbum, Translated and Retyped By RERF; 1980-2010.
6 Newspaper Clips From Mainichi Shimbun, Translated and Retyped By RERF; 1986-2010.
7 Newspaper Clips From Nagasaki Shimbun, Translated and Retyped By RERF; 1986-2010.
8 Newspaper Clips From Nishinihon Shimbun, Translated and Retyped By RERF; 2008-2009.
9 Newspaper Clips From Yomiuri Shimbun, Translated and Retyped By RERF; 1986-2008.
10 News Clips From Other Media Sources About The Atomic Bombings and RERF; 2010.
11 Reprint and Translation Of A Sankei Press Dialogue With Dr. George B. Darling About Problems Surrounding ABCC; 1967 August 5.
12 Transcripts and Article News Clips Froom Japanese News Media Interviews With Dr. Schull About His Life and Work at ABCC; circa 1995.
13 Dr. Schull Interview By Hiromi Morita, Chugoku Shimbun Newspaper [In Japanese, no translation]; 2007.
14 The Health Physic's Society Newsletter With Article About RERF and Quote From Dr. Schull; 1996 September.
15 Mission Statement and Officers Of The Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers, Tokyo, Japan; 1960.
16 Special Issue Of Historia Scientiarum Published By The History Of Science Society Of Japan About An International Comparison of Nuclear Histories; 2009 December.
Subseries XIII: Retirement, Obituaries, and Long Service Ceremony Commentary
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains memorandums, presentation remarks, commemoration books for retiring ABCC and RERF staff along with obituaries for former staff collected by Dr. Schull. The material was created by a number of authors including Dr. Schull. The records are arranged in date order.
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49 17 ABCC Interoffice Memorandums About The "Fifth Ten Year Award Ceremony"; 1962 December 21-1963 February 13.
18 Copy and Reprint of Certificates and Presentation Remarks For A U. S. Atomic Energy Citation Presented to George B. Darling, ABCC, Hiroshima, Japan; 1970 March 30.
19 [Dr. Schull's Input To An RERF "Book of Recollections"]; 1985 December.
20 Retirement Commemoration Book For Akio Awa, a cytogeneticist at ABCC/RERF; circa 1995.
21 ABCC-RERF Directory Of Retirees in Japanese With English Translations in Pencil; 1996.
22 Personal Remembrances of Former RERF Staff; 1997.
23 Memorial To Professor Taku Komai On The 110th Anniversary of His Birth [a Japanese geneticist]; 1999 November 6.
24 Obituary For Dr. Koji Takeshima By W. J. Schull; 2008.
25 Article Entitled "Seymour Jablon Retires After 39 Years of Service"; 1987 October.
Subseries XIV: Slides, Negatives and Photographs
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains photographs and 35mm slides and negative of ABCC, RERF and Japan collected by Dr. Schull. Black and white photos of Hiroshima immediately after the dropping of the atomic bomb are copies of the originals as are photos of the United States military at the end of the war. The subseries is arranged first by media then by date.
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50 1 Department of Human Genetics With W. J. Schull, University of Michigan, 35mm slides, black and white; undated.
2 35mm Color Slides of ABCC, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Kure and Tokyo; circa 1960s.
3 Unidentified RERF Office Staff, 35mm negatives, black and white; circa 1970s-1980s.
4 Japanese Surrender On U.S.S. Missouri, Tokyo Bay, photograph, black and white copy; 1945 September 2.
5 Black and White Photo Copies Showing Damage From Atomic Bombs in Hiroshima; 1945.
6 Black and White Photos of ABCC's South Hijiyama Site; 1949 February 25.
7 Photos Showing Scenes Of ABCC; circa 1950s.
8 Black and White Photo Copies Of An ABCC Home Visit To Examine a Newborn; circa 1950s.
9 Hiroshima Peace Plaza, Black and White Photos; circa 1950s-1960s.
10 Unidentified ABCC Residential Type Facility, Black and White Photos; circa 1950s.
11 RERF and Japan, Color Photos; circa 1980s.
12 W. J. Schull and Vickie Schull Departing RERF, Color Photos; circa 1987.
13 ABCC Statistics Department "Scope of Program", Black and White Photocopied Graphic; circa 1950s.
Subseries XV: Other Ephemera
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains exhibit material, brochures, and a computer floppy drive about ABCC, RERF and Hiroshima collected by Dr. Schull. The exhibit material contains text, black and white graphics, and exhibit labels in Japanese and English. The folders are arranged by date.
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50 14 ABCC/RERF Exhibit Objects and Labels Showing The Effects Of Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima; undated.
15 "World Peace From Hiroshima" Brochure With Message From George B. Darling and "Ah! Hiroshima" Song Text By Takumi Izumi; circa 1960s.
16 Unlabelled Personal Computer Floppy Disk, Contents Unknown; circa 1980.
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MD 16 1 Poster From The National Academies of Science Sixth Annual Gilbert W. Beebe Symposium About ABCC/RERF History; 2007 December 12.
1 Large Contour Map of Nagasaki -U. S. Army; 1945.
Subseries XVI: Audiovisual Material
Scope and Content Note: This subseries contains audio and video tapes recording meetings conducted at ABCC and RERF. The subseries is organized in date order. This material is located in the McGovern Historical Collection’s Audiovisual Section. Consult an archivist for access.
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AVA 002 - MS067.001 to MS067.012, 9.5 inch open reel audiotape recordings of ABCC and RERF meetings; undated, 1963 June 12-1978 October 27.
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AVA 003 - MS067.013 to MS067.018, 3.25 inch open reel audiotape recordings of ABCC meetings; undated.
- MS067.019 to MS067.033, 5.0 inch open reel audiotape recordings of ABCC and RERF meetings, some with contents unknown; undated, 1970 March 22-1976 October 20,21.
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AVA 004 - MS067.034 to MS067.050, 5.0 inch open reel audiotape recordings of RERF meetings; 1977 January 31-1979 April 6.
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AVA 005 - MS067.051 to MS067.062, 5.0 inch open reel audiotape recordings of RERF meetings; 1979 May 10,11-1979 August 18.
- MS067.063 to MS067.079, 3.75 inch cassette audiotape recordings of RERF meetings; undated, 1970-1982 February 22-24.
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AVA 006 - MS067.080 to MS067.093, 3.75 inch cassette audiotape recordings of RERF meetings; 1982 February 22-24-1986 March 9.
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AVV 001 - MS067.001, quantity 8 digital video discs in a boxed set, "Sixth Annual Gilbert W. Beebe Symposium"; 2007 December 12.
- MS067.002, Video cassette recording from Orebor Sveriges Television; undated.
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AVF 001 - MS067.001, Reel of film, 16mm "Study of Inbreeding Of Island Kuroshima; circa 1960.



Series II: Editorial Positions and Peer Reviews; 1983-1991

Scope and Content Note: This small series contains material that reflects Dr. Schull's role as a mentor, teacher, and editor for other scientists' research. Dr. Schull held a number of editorial positions for scholarly journals. His input into other's scholarly work was widely respected and frequently solicited as part of the peer review process at various institutions. The series is organized by reviewed monographs, editorial boards, and reviewed journal articles. The items represent only a small part of Dr. Schull's work in this capacity.
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51 1 Book Draft Given to Dr. Schull For Review: "History Of ABCC" By John Bowers (Draft 4010M); 1983 September-1987 February.
2 Book Draft Given to Dr. Schull For Review: "History Of ABCC" By John Bowers (Chapter 3); 1987 February.
3 Book Draft Given to Dr. Schull For Review: "History Of ABCC" By John Bowers (Chapter 4); 1987 February.
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52 1 Book Draft Given to Dr. Schull For Review: "History Of ABCC" By John Bowers (Chapter 5); 1987 February.
2 Book Draft Given to Dr. Schull For Review: "History Of ABCC" By John Bowers (Chapter 6); 1987 February.
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53 1 Book Draft Given to Dr. Schull For Review: "Born Of The Atomic Bomb" By Susan Lindee [includes a few annotations]; 1991 January.
- Several journals on which Dr. Schull served on the editorial board; circa 1980-2000.
- Several requests to Dr. Schull to review draft manuscripts, includes manuscripts; circa 1980-2000.



Series III: Scholarly Works; 1953-2000

Scope and Content Note: This series contains monograph drafts and periodical reprints of scholarly works authored by Dr. Schull, alone or with others, as well as copies of some of Dr. Schull's published work that is not already cataloged in the Texas Medical Center Library. The series is organized by: monograph drafts, scholarly journal reprints grouped by subject, book reviews of published works, and unpublished works.
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54 1 Book Draft: "Effects of Inbreeding On Japanese Children" By W. J. Schull and James V. Neel (Chapters 1-4); circa 1965.
2 Book Draft: "Effects of Inbreeding On Japanese Children" By W. J. Schull and James V. Neel (Chapters 5-7); circa 1965.
3 Book Draft: "Effects of Inbreeding On Japanese Children" By W. J. Schull and James V. Neel (Chapters 8-12); circa 1965.
4 Book Draft: "Effects of Inbreeding On Japanese Children" By W. J. Schull and James V. Neel (Chapters 13-15); circa 1965.
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55 1 "Song Among The Ruins": Draft Peer Reviews; 1991.
2 "Song Among The Ruins": Press Reviews; circa 1990.
3 "Song Among The Ruins": Drafts; 1989-1990.
4 "Song Among The Ruins": Drafts; circa 1990.
5 "Song Among The Ruins": First Editing (Folder 1 of 4); circa 1990.
6 "Song Among The Ruins": First Editing (Folder 2 of 4); circa 1990.
7 "Song Among The Ruins": First Editing (Folder 3 of 4); circa 1990.
8 "Song Among The Ruins": First Editing (Folder 4 of 4); circa 1990.
9 "Song Among The Ruins": Publisher's Draft; circa 1990.
10 Research For "Song Among The Ruins" Including Names Of Atomic Bomb Victims Who Were Both in Hiroshima and Nagasaki; 1983-1984.
11 "Song Among The Ruins": Expenses; circa 1990.
12 "Song Among The Ruins": Correspondence; circa 1990.
13 "Song Among The Ruins": First Rewriting; circa 1990.
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56 1 To: W. J. Schull From: Nygaard, Oddvar F., Case Western University (Request for Dr. Schull to contribute a chapter to "Advances In Radiation Biology"); 1989 April 21.
2 "Effects of Atomic Radiation: A Half Century Of Studies From Hiroshima and Nagasaki": Publisher's Draft (Folder 1 of 3); 1995.
3 "Effects of Atomic Radiation: A Half Century Of Studies From Hiroshima and Nagasaki": Publisher's Draft (Folder 2 of 3); 1995.
4 "Effects of Atomic Radiation: A Half Century Of Studies From Hiroshima and Nagasaki": Publisher's Draft (Folder 3 of 3); 1995.
5 "Effects of Atomic Radiation: A Half Century Of Studies From Hiroshima and Nagasaki": Draft; 1995.
6 "Biographical Memoirs: James V. Neel" By William J. Schull (Published by National Academy of Sciences); circa 2001.
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57 - Arneson, A. N., Nolan, James F., and Nesbitt, Robert E. L., editors. Schull W. J., contributor. "Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology: Radiation Therapy, Perinatal Mortality", Paul B. Hoeber, Inc.; 1961 June.
1 Altman, Kurt I. and Lett, John T., editors. Schull, W. J., Advisory Board "Advances In Radiation Biology, Volume 15, Relative Radiation Sensitivities of Human Organ Systems, Part III". Academic Press, Inc.; 1992.
2 Nygaard, Oddvar F., Sinclair, Warren K., and Lett, John T., editors. Schull, W. J., Advisory Board "Advances In Radiation Biology, Volume 16, Effects of Low Dose and Low Dose Rate Radiation". Academic Press, Inc.; 1992.
- Lett, John T. and Sinclair, Warren K., editors. Schull, W. J., Advisory Board. "Advances In Radiation Biology, Volume 17, DNA and Chromatin Damage Caused by Radiation". Academic Press, Inc.; 1993.
- Committee on The Possible Effects of Electromagnetic Fields on Biologic Systems, Board on Radiation Effects Research, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council. "Possible Health Effects of Exposure to Residential Electric and Magnetic Fields". National Academy Press; 1997.
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58 1 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Health Effects of Atomic Bomb Exposure in Japan (Folder 1 of 5); 1953-1992.
2 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Health Effects of Atomic Bomb Exposure in Japan (Folder 2 of 5); 1953-1992.
3 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Health Effects of Atomic Bomb Exposure in Japan (Folder 3 of 5); 1953-1992.
4 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Health Effects of Atomic Bomb Exposure in Japan (Folder 4 of 5); 1953-1992.
5 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Health Effects of Atomic Bomb Exposure in Japan (Folder 5 of 5); 1953-1992.
- AECL Research. "Fetal Dosimetry Workshop". AECL-10578 (Paper by W. J. Schull); 1991 June 25-26.
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59 1 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Effects Of Genetics On Human Health; 1953-1972.
2 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Genetic Effects Of Consanguinity In Japan; 1954-1990.
3 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About Specific Diseases Caused By Genetics; 1960-1990.
4 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Effects Of Sociological, Ecological, and Other Environmental Stress On Human Heredity; 1953-1992.
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60 1 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About Genetic Studies Of The Aymara Of Western Bolivia; 1978-1986.
2 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About Genetic Studies Of The Mexican Americans Of Starr County; 1980-1987.
3 Scholarly Journal Reprints By Dr. Schull Alone And With Others About The Use Of Statistical Analysis And Other Methodologies In Human Genetic Studies; 1954-1980.
- Quantity 9 Bound Reprints of Reports Issued By Governmental Committees On Which Dr. Schull Served About The Effects Of Radiation On Human Health; circa 1990s.
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61 1 Book Reviews: "Human Heredity" By James. V. Neel and William J. Schull; 1955.
2 Book Reviews: "The Effect Of Exposure To The Atomic Bombs On Pregnancy Termination In Hiroshima and Nagasaki" By J. V. Neel and W. J. Schull; 1956.
3 Book Reviews: "A Clinical And Genetic Study Of Multiple Neurofibromatosis" By Frank W. Crowe and William J. Schull; 1956.
4 Book Reviews: "Mutations" edited By W. J. Schull; 1962.
5 Book Reviews: "Genetic Selection In Man" Edited By W. J. Schull; 1963.
6 Book Reviews: "The Effects Of Inbreeding On Japanese Children" By William J. Schull and J. V. Neel; 1965.
7 Book Reviews: "The Aymara Strategies In Human Adaptation To A Rigorous Environment" edited by William J. Schull; 1990.
- Research Material For An Unpublished Monograph About Christianity In Japan; circa 1980-2000.
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62 - Research Material For An Unpublished Monograph About Christianity In Japan and Several Unpublished Draft Papers; circa 1980-2000.



Series IV: Radiation Research, Governmental and Non-Governmental Bodies; 1980-2002

Scope and Content Note: This series contains correspondence, meeting minutes, draft papers, presentations, travel arrangements and receipts, and other text documents related to Dr. Schull's work for various governmental and non-governmental scientific committees. Dr. Schull was an executive or an advisor on most of these committees so the papers reflect his work as an administrator and committee leader for many other scientists performing or consolidating the actual research. The material is arranged and described at a box level. The material is arranged alphabetically by the committee title.
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63 - Argonne National Laboratories; 1994.
- International Commission For Protections Against Environmental Mutagens and Carcinogens (ICPEMC); 1987.
- International Commission On Radiological Protection (ICRP); 1980-1995.
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64 - International Commission On Radiological Protection (ICRP) continued; 1980-1995.
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65 - International Commission On Radiological Protection (ICRP) continued; 1980-1995.
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66 - International Commission On Radiological Protection (ICRP) continued; 1980-1995.
- International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER); 1990-2002.
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67 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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68 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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69 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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70 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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71 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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72 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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73 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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74 - International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects of Radiation (ICRHER) continued; 1990-2002.
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75 - United Nations, Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR); 1987.
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76 - United Nations, Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) continued; 1987.
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77 - United Nations, World Health Organization, Health Effects Of Chernobyl Accident; circa 1990s.
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78 - United Nations, World Health Organization, Health Effects Of Chernobyl Accident continued; circa 1990s.
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79 - United Nations, World Health Organization, In Utero Project; circa 1990s.
- United States Department Of The Army; 1980-1990.
- United States Department Of Energy, Advisory Council On Nuclear Facility Safety; circa 1990.
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80 - United States Department Of Energy, Advisory Council On Nuclear Facility Safety continued; circa 1990.
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81 - United States Department Of Energy, Advisory Council On Nuclear Facility Safety continued [Significant flood damage]; circa 1990.
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82 - United States Department Of Energy, Advisory Council On Nuclear Facility Safety continued [Significant flood damage]; circa 1990.
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83 - United States Department Of Health And Human Services, The Center For Disease Control And Prevention, Hanford Dose Reconstruction Project; 1997-2001.
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84 - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee, Proposed Standards For Low Levels Of Radionucleotides In The Environment Project; 1984-1990.
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85 - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee, Proposed Standards For Low Levels Of Radionucleotides In The Environment Project continued; 1984-1990.
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86 - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee, Proposed Standards For Low Levels Of Radionucleotides In The Environment Project continued; 1984-1990.
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87 - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee, Proposed Standards For Low Levels Of Radionucleotides In The Environment Project continued; 1984-1990.
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88 - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee, Proposed Standards For Low Levels Of Radionucleotides In The Environment Project continued; 1984-1990.
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89 - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee, Proposed Standards For Low Levels Of Radionucleotides In The Environment Project continued; 1984-1990.
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90 - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Radiation Advisory Committee, Proposed Standards For Mutagenecity Testing; 1976-1984.
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91 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER); circa 1990s.
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92 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER) continued; circa 1990s.
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93 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER) continued; circa 1990s.
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94 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER) continued; circa 1990s.
- United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), CDC Subcommittee To Review The Radioepidemiology Tables; 1998-2000.
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95 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On Radiation Epidemiological Research Programs; circa 1990s.
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96 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment Of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: Dose Reconstruction For The Fernald Nuclear Facility; circa 1990s.
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97 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment Of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: Dose Reconstruction For The Fernald Nuclear Facility continued; circa 1990s.
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DM 001 - MS067.001 A compact disc, containing a text file; United States National Academy of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: Draft Final Report, "Savannah River Site Dose Reconstruction Project"; 1999 March 20.
- MS067.002 A compact disc, containing a text file; United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment Of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: Predecisional Draft, "Feasibility Study of Health Consequences From Nuclear Weapons Tests"; circa 2000.
- MS067.003 A compact disc, containing a text file: United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment Of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: Task Order 5 Draft Report, Identification and Prioritization of Racionuclide Releases From The Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory; 2000 September 30.
- MS067.004 A compact disc, containing a text file. United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment Of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: Methods For Estimating Radiation Doses From Short-Lived Gaseous Radionuclides And Radioactive Particles Released To the Atmosphere During Early Hanford Operations; 2001 January.
- MS067.005 A compact disc, containing a text file. United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment Of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: Task Order 7-no title on disc; 2002 February 10.
- MS067.006 A compact disc, containing a text file. United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), National Research Council (NRC), Board On Radiation Effects Research (BRER), Committee On An Assessment Of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Radiation Studies: "Review of the National Cancer Institute Report And Public Health Implications, Exposure of the American People To Iodine-131 From Navada Nuclear-Bomb Tests"; undated.
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98 - United States National Academy Of Sciences (NAS), Institute of Medicine; 1998.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements; circa 1990s.
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99 - United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements; circa 1990s.
- United States National Institutes Of Health, United States National Cancer Institute; circa 1990s.



Series V: Genetics Research, Governmental and Non-Governmental Bodies; circa 1990s

Scope and Content Note: This series contains correspondence, meeting minutes, draft papers, presentations, travel arrangements and receipts, and other text documents related to Dr. Schull's work for various governmental and non-governmental scientific committees. Dr. Schull was an executive or an advisor on most of these committees so the papers reflect his work as an administrator and committee leader for many other scientists performing or consolidating the actual research. The material is arranged and described at a box level. The material is arranged alphabetically by the committee title.
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100 - Human Genome Diversity Project; circa 1970-1990.
- United Nations, World Health Organization, Human Genetics Program; circa 1970-1990.
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AVF 001 - MS067.002, Reel of film, 16mm "Studies in Chile", in Spanish; contains 2 films, the first to show villages and the second to detail what will be done with them as part of the Andean Genetic Health Survey; circa 1980s.



Series VI: Expert Witness In Litigation; circa 1990s

Scope and Content Note: This series contains correspondence, court documents, travel arrangements and receipts, and other text documents related to Dr. Schull's work as an expert scientific witness for major cases about the damage that exposure to radiation may or may not have caused to human health. The material is arranged and described at a box level. All of the material is RESTRICTED due to the use of victims names. Consult an archivist for access.
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101 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED; circa 1990s.
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102 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED,continued; circa 1990s.
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103 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED,continued; circa 1990s.
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104 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED,continued; circa 1990s.
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105 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED,continued; circa 1990s.
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106 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED,continued; circa 1990s.
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107 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED,continued; circa 1990s.
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108 - Expert Witness Documents, RESTRICTED,continued; circa 1990s.



Series VII: Collected Publications; 1958-2007

Scope and Content Note: This series contains scientific publications from governmental and non-governmental bodies and a few single authors about the effects of radiation on the environment and human health. Dr. Schull collected this information during his work as an expert in this field. Many of these publications may no longer be publicly available. The publications are arranged in alphabetical order by governmental body.
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109 - Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute. Prepared For Urals Research Medicine For Radiation Medicine, Chlyabinsk, Russia. "Analysis Of Chronic Radiation Sickness Cases In The Population Of The Southern Urals. AFRRI Contract Report CR 94-1; 1994 August.
- American Academy Of Pediatrics. Proceedings From Conference On The Pediatric Significance Of Peacetime Radioactive Fallout. Supplement To Pediatrics, The Journal Of The American Academy of Pediatrics, vol 41, no. 1, part II; 1968 January.
- Aerospace Medicine. "Radiation Biology and Space Environmental Parameters In Manned Spacecraft Design and Operations, A Special Report ", vol 36, no. 2, Official Publication of The Aerospace Medical Association; 1965 February.
- Occupational Health Foundation, Budapest/Hungary And The "Jozsef Fodor" National Center For Public Health, Budapest/Hungary. "Central European Journal Occupational And Environmental Medicine", vol 4, no. 2; 1998.
- Chinese Medical Association, Society Of Radiological Medicine and Protection. Proceedings Of International Symposium On Biological Effects Of Low Level Radiation, Nanjing, China; 1986 November 23-26.
- European Commission Directorate-General, Science, Research and Development. Radiation Protection Research And Training Programme, "Synopsis of Research Results, Radiation Protection Programme, 1990-95 and Chernobyl Research Programme, 1991-96", EUR 16800 EN, ISSN 1018-5593; 1996.
- European Society For Therapeutic Radiology And Oncology (ESTRO). "3rd Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts", Jerusalem, Israel; 1984 September 9-15.
- Federal Focus, Inc. and The Institute For Regulatory Policy, Washington, D.C.."Toward Common Measures: Recommendations For A Presidential Executive Order On Environmental Risk Assessment And Risk Management Policy"; 1991.
- Fjalling, Martha. "Parathyroid Adenomas And Thyroid Tumors In Man And In The Rat Exposed To Ionizing Radiation". ISBN 91-7222-839-3; 1985.
- French Academie des Sciences. "Risks Of Ionizing Radiation And Radiation Protection Standards, A Report"; 1989 November.
- Institut fur Strahlenschutz der Berufsgenossenschaft der Feinmechanik und Elektrotechnik und der Berufsgenossenschaft der chemischen Industrie. "Risk Estimates For Radiation Carcinogenesis, Proceedings Of The International Workshop" ; 1989 September 28/29.
- International Atomic Energy Agency and The World Health Organization in cooperation with The United Nations Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation. "Low Doses Of Ionizing Radiation: Biological Effects And Regulatory Control, Contributed Papers, Internationl Conference" Seville, Spain. IAEA-TECDOC-976.; 1997 November 17-21.
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110 - International Commission On Radiation Units And Measurements. "Modulation Transfer Function Of Screen-Film Systems". ICRU Report 41. ISBN 0-913394-35-1; 1986 August 15.
- International Commission On Radiation Units And Measurements. "Use Of Computers In External Beam Radiotherapy Procedures With High-Energy Photons And Electrons". ICRU Report 42. ISBN 0-913394-36-X; 1989 June 15.
- International Commission On Radiation Units And Measurements. "Tissue Substitutes In Radiation Docimetry And Measurement". ICRU Report 44. ISBN 0-913394-38-6; 1989 June 15.
- International Commission On Radiation Units And Measurements. "Clinical Neutron Dosimetry Part I: Determination Of Absorbed Dose In A Patient Treated By External Beams Of Fast Neutrons". ICRU Report 45. ISBN 0-913394-39-4; 1989 June 15.
- International Commission On Radiation Units And Measurements. "Gamma-Ray Spectrometry In The Environment". ICRU Report 53. ISBN 0-913394-52-1; 1994 December 1.
- International Commission On Radiation Units And Measurements. "Medical Imaging-The Assessment Of Image Quality". ICRU Report 54. ISBN 0-913394-53-X; 1996 April 8.
- International Commission On Radiation Units And Measurements. "Secondary Electron Spectra From Charged Particle Interactions". ICRU Report 55. ISBN 0-913394-54-8; 1989 June 15.
- International Commission On Radiological Protection. "Annals Of The ICRP: Limites For Inhalation Of Radon Daughters By Workers", vol 6, no 1. ICRP Publication 32. ISBN 0 08 0288642; 1981.
- International Commission On Radiological Protection, Task Group of Committee 1. "Annals Of The ICRP: Developmental Effects Of Irradiation On The Brain Of The Embryo And Fetus", vol 16, no 4. ICRP Publication 49. ISBN 0 08 035203 0; 1986.
- International Consortium For Research On The Health Effects Of Radiation. "Radiation Injury And The Chernobyl Catastrophe, Proceedings Of The International Conferences On The Health Effects Of Low Dose Radiation, Houston, Texas, March 30-April 2, 1993 And Biological Effects Of Radiation Injury, Minsk, Republic of Belarus, March 22-25, 1996". Published As A Supplement to Stem Cells Journal. ISBN 1-880854-22-8; 1997.
- Japan Risk Assessment Group And Health Research Foundation. "Proceedings Of The International Conference On Risk Assessment Of Energy Development And Modern Technology", Kyoto Grand Hotel, Japan; 1988 April 26-27.
- Japanese Journal of Genetics, The Genetics Society of Japan. "Proceedings Of The Conference On Mechanisms Of The Dose Rate Effect Of Radiation At The Genetic And Cellular Levels", Oiso, Japan. Published As a Supplement To The Japanese Journal Of Genetics, vol 40. ; 1964 November 4-7.
- Journal of Radiation Research, The Japan Radiation Research Society. "A Review Of Thirty Years Study Of Hiroshima And Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Survivors". Published As a Supplement To The Journal of Radiation Research, vol 16. ISSN 0449-3060; 1975.
- Science Council Of Japan. Proceediings Of The International Genetics Symposia, 1956; Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan. Published by The Organizing Committee, International Genetics Symposia, Science Council of Japan: Ueno Park, Tokyo; 1957 July.
Note: See the Japanese woodblock print of a morning glory associated with this symposium in the Personal Papers series, Box 123, Folder 12.
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111 - Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation For Economic Co-Operation And Development. "Assessment And Recording Of Radiation Doses To Workers"; 1986.
- Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation For Economic Co-Operation And Development. "Epidemiology And Radiation Protection, Proceedings Of An NEA Workshop, Paris, 13-15 Oct. 1987"; 1988.
- Germany Schriftenreihe Des Bundesministers Fur Atomkernenergie Und Wasserwirtschaft. "Die Mutationsrate bei Versuchstieren und beim Menschen, Proceedings Of Internationale Genetikertagung In Barsinghausen, 1959". In German only; 1960.
- Russian National Medical Dosimetry Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Issue 1 General Description Of Registry and Issue 2 "Liquidators"- Persons Involved In Recovery Operation. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1992.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Supplement To Issue 3 1993 Contamination Of Russian Territories With Radionuclides. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1993.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Issue 7 Exposures Of The Population. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1996.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Issue 8 Assessment Of Radiation Risks. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1996.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Issue 9 Agricultural Radioecology. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1998.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Russian Special Issue 1998 Status Of The RNMDR database on December 1 1997. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1998.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Russian Special Issue 1999 Mean Effective Accumulated Doses. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1999.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Russian Special Issue 2 1999 Joint Registry Of Russia And Belarus On Thyroid Cancer. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1999.
- National Radiation And Epidemiological Registry. Radiation And Risk. English Translation Of Russian Issues 11, 12 National Registry: Radiation Risk Estimates. Harvard University, publisher. ISSN 0131-3878; 1999-2000.
- United Kingdom Agricultural Research Council, Radiobiological Laboratory. "Report No 1: Strontium 90 In Human Diet In The United Kingdom 1958"; 1959.
- United Kingdom National Radiological Protection Board. "Documents Of The NRPB: Assessment Of Skin Doses", vol 8, no 3. ISBN 0-85951-410-2.; 1997.
- United Kingdom National Radiological Protection Board. "Health Effects Models Developed From The 1988 UNSCEAR Report". NRPB-R226. ISBN 0 85951 311 4.; 1988.
- United Nations Environment Programme. "Radiation Doses, Effects, Risks". ISBN 92 807 1104 0.; 1985.
- United Nations Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation. "Report"; 1958.
- United Nations Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation. "Ionizing Radiation: Levels And Effects, Volume I: Levels"; 1972.
- United Nations Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation. "Ionizing Radiation: Levels And Effects, Volume II: Effects"; 1972.
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112 - United Nations Scientific Committee On The Effects Of Atomic Radiation. "Official Records: Twenty-First Session, Supplement No. 14"; 1966.
- United Nations, World Health Organization. "International Programme On The Health Effects Of The Chernobyl Accident", Geneva; 1993.
- United Nations, World Health Organization. "International Conference On Mental Health Consequences Of The Chernobyl Disaster: Current State And Future Prospects", Kiev, Ukraine; 1995.
- United Nations, World Health Organization, International Agency For Research On Cancer. "Perinatal And Multigeneration Carcinogenesis". ISBN 92 832 1196 0.; 1989.
- United Nations, World Health Organization, International Agency For Research On Cancer, International Radiation Study Group On Cervical Cancer. "Second Cancer In Relation To Radiation Treatment For Cervical Cancer". ISBN 92 832 11529.; 1983.
- United States Atomic Energy Commission, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Associated Universities, Inc. "Brookhaven Symposia In Biology: Number 14, Fundamental Aspects Of Radiosensitivity, Report of A Symposium Held June 5-7, 1961"; 1961.
- United States Atomic Energy Commission, Brookhaven National Laboratory. "Medical Survey Of The People Of Rongelap And Utirik Islands Eleven And Twelve Years After Exposure To Fallout Radiation (March 1965 And March 1966)"; 1967 April.
- United States Atomic Energy Commission, Brookhaven National Laboratory. "Medical Survey Of The People Of Rongelap And Utirik Islands Thirteen, Fourteen, And Fifteen Years After Exposure To Fallout Radiation (March 1967, March 1968, And March 1969)"; 1970 June.
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113 - United States Department Of Commerce, National Bureau Of Standards. "Maximum Permissible Body Burdens And Maximum Permissible Concentrations Of Radionuclides In Air And Water For Occupational Exposure", Handbook 69; 1959 June 5.
- United States Department Of Commerce, National Bureau Of Standards. "Measurement Of Neutron Flux And Spectra For Physical And Biological Applications", Handbook 72; 1960 July 15.
- United States Department Of Commerce, National Bureau Of Standards. "Measurement Of Absorbed Dose Of Neutrons, And Of Mixtures Of Neutrons And Gamma Rays", Handbook 75; 1961 February 3.
- United States Department Of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc. "Bibliography Of Literature Relevant To The Reassessment Of A-Bomb Radiation Dosimetry In Hiroshima And Nagasaki"; 1984 April.
- United States Department Of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Union Carbide Corporation. "Findings Of A Recent ORNL Review Of Dosimetry For The Japanese Atomic-Bomb Survivors", Preliminary Paper prepared For Publication In The Proceedings Of A Symposium On Reevaluations Of Dosimetric Factors, Hiroshima And Nagasaki, U. S. Department Of Energy, Germantown, Maryland, September 15-16, 1981; circa 1981.
- United States Department Of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Union Carbide Corporation. "Photon And Neutron Fluence-To-Kerma Conversion Factors For ICRP-1975 Reference Man Using Improved Elemental Compositions For Bone And Marrow Of The Skeleton"; 1982 November.
- United States Department Of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Union Carbide Corporation. "Tissue Kerma Vs Distance Relationships For Initial Nuclear Radiation From The Atomic Devices Detonated Over Hiroshima And Nagasaki", Preliminary Paper Prepared For The U. S.-Japanese Joint Workshop On The Reassessment Of A-Bomb Radiation Dosimetry In Hiroshima And Nagasaki, Radiation Effects Research Foundation, Nagasaki, Japan, February 16, 1983; circa 1983.
- United States Department Of Energy, Siam Institute For Mathematics And Society. "Atomic Bomb Survivor Data: Utilization And Analysis, Proceediings Of A SIMS Conference", Alta, Utah, September 12-16, 1983; 1984.
- United States Department Of Energy, Office Of Energy Research, Office Of Health And Environmental Research, Interlaboratory Task Group On Health And Environmental Aspects Of The Soviet Nuclear Accident, Committee On The Assessment Of Health Consequences In Exposed Populations. "Health And Environmental Consequences Of The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Accident"; 1987 June.
- Stewart, Alice M., PhD, Visiting Scientist. "An Epidemiologist Takes A Look At Radiation Risks", Published Text Of 5 Lectures Presented For The United States Department Of Health, Education, And Welfare, Public Health Service, Food And Drug Administration, Bureau Of Radiological Health; 1973 January.
- United States Department Of Health, Education, And Welfare, Public Health Service, Food And Drug Administration, Bureau of Radiological Health. "Low And Very Low Dose Influences Of Ionizing Radiations On Cells And Organisms, Including Man: A Bibliography"; 1972 February.
- United States Department Of Health, Education, And Welfare, Public Health Service, Consumer Protection And Environmental Health Service, Environmental Control Administration. "Population Dose From X-Rays U. S. 1964: Estimates Of Gonad And Genetically Significant Dose From The Public Health Service X-Ray Exposure Study"; 1969 October.
- United States National Academy Of Sciences, Institute Of Medicine. "A Review Of The Dosimetry Data Available In The Nuclear Test Personnel Review (NTPR) Program: An Interim Letter Report Of The Committee To Study The Mortality Of Military Personnel Present At Atmospheric Tests Of Nuclear Weapons To The Defense Nuclear Agency"; 1995 May 15.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "Development Of A Biokinetic Model For Radionuclide-Contaminated Wounds And Procedures For Their Assessment, Dosimetry And Treatment" NCRP Report No. 156; 2006 December 14.
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114 - Parker, Herbert M. "The Squares Of The Natural Numbers In Radiation Protection", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 1, March 17, 1977, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1977 December 1.
- Pochin, Edward E., Sir. "Why Be Quantitative About Radiation Risk Estimates?", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 2, March 15, 1978, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1978 July 1.
- Friedell, Hymer L. "Radiation Protection-Concepts And Trade Offs", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 3, March 14, 1979, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1979 September 1.
- Wyckoff, Harold O. "From 'Quantity Of Radiation' and 'Dose' To 'Exposure' And 'Absorbed Dose'-An Historical Review", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 4, April 2, 1980, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1980 August 1.
- Crow, James F. "How Well Can We Assess Genetic Risk? Not Very", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 5, April 8, 1981, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1981 September 1.
- Saenger, Eugene L. "Ethics, Trade-offs And Medical Radiation", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 6, April 6, 1982, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1982 November 15.
- Eisenbund, Merril. "The Human Environment-Past, Present And Future", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 7, April 6, 1983, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1983 June 1.
- Rossi, Harald H. "Limitation And Assessment In Radiation Protection", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 8, April 4, 1984, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1984 June 1.
- Schwan, Herman P. "Biological Effects Of Non-Ionizing Radiations: Cellular Properties And Interactions", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 10, April 2, 1986 For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1987 April 1.
- Jablon, Seymour. "How To Be Quantitative About Radiation Risk Estimates", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 11, April 8, 1987, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1988 March 15.
- Lindell, Bo. "How Safe Is Safe Enough?", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 12, March 30, 1988, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1988 July 1.
- Upton, Arthur C.. "Radiobiology And Radiation Protection: The Past Century And Prospects For The Future", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 13, April 5, 1989, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1989 July 1.
- Stannard, J. Newell. "Radiation Protection And The Internal Emitter Saga", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 14, April 4, 1990, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1990 November 15.
- Bond, Victor P. "When Is A Dose Not A Dose?", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 15, April 3 1991, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1992 January 1.
- Webster, Edward W. "Dose And Risk In Diagnostic Radiology: How Big? How Little?", The Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture Series In Radiation Protection And Measurements, Lecture No. 16, April 1, 1992, For The United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. ISBN 0-913392-85-5; 1992 September 1.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "A Handbook Of Radioactivity Measurements Procedures" NCRP Report No. 58. ISBN 0-913392-41-3; 1978 November 1.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "Scientific Basis For Evaluating The Risks To Populations From Space Applications Of Plutonium" NCRP Report No. 131. ISBN 0-929600-64-9; 2001 February 5.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "Radiation Protection Guidance For Activities In Low-Earth Orbit" NCRP Report No. 132. ISBN 0-929600-65-7; 2000 December 31.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "Radiation Protection For Procedures Performed Outside The Radiology Department" NCRP Report No. 133. ISBN 0-929600-66-5; 2000 August 31.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "Operational Radiation Safety Training" NCRP Report No. 134. ISBN 0-929600-67-3; 2000 October 13.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "Management Of Radionuclide Therapy Patients" NCRP Report No. 155. ISBN 0-929600-92-4; 2006 December 11.
- United States National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements. "Radiation Protection In Educational Institutions" NCRP Report No. 157. ISBN 0-929600-94-0; 2007 June 25.
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115 - United States National Research Council, Commission On Life Sciences, Board On Radiation Effects Research, Committee On The Biological Effects Of Ionizing Radiation (BEIR V). "Health Effects Of Exposure To Low Levels Of Ionizing Radiation". ISBN 0-309-03995-9; 1990.
- United States National Research Council, Commission On Life Sciences, Board On Radiation Effects Research, Committee On Health Effects Of Exposure To Low Levels Of Ionizing Radiation (BEIR VII). "Health Effects Of Exposure To Low Levels Of Ionizing Radiation: Time For Reassessment?". ISBN 0-309-06176-8; 1998.
- United States National Research Council, Commission On Life Sciences, Board On Radiation Effects Research, Oversight Committee On Radioepidemiologic Tables. "Assigned Share For Radiation As A Cause Of Cancer: Review Of Radioepidemiologic Tables Assigning Probabilities Of Causation"; 1984.
- United States National Research Council, Commission On Life Sciences, Medical Follow-up Agency. "Mortality Of Nuclear Weapons Test Participants"; 1985 May.
- United States Naval Air Development Center, Aviation Medical Acceleration Laboratory. "Development Of Biological Research Apparatus For The Use In Acceleration And Deceleration Studies"; 1953.
- United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. "Contribution Of Maternal Radionuclide Burdens To Prenatal Radiation Doses"; 1996 May.
- United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. "Contribution Of Maternal Radionuclide Burdens To Prenatal Radiation Doses: Relationships Between Annual Limits On Intake And Prenatal Doses"; 1993 October.
- United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office Of Standards Development, Division Of Siting, Health And Safeguards Standards. "The Feasibility Of Epidemiologic Investigations Of The Health Effects Of Low-Level Ionizing Radiation, Final Report"; 1980 November.
- United States Of America-Russian Federation, Joint Coordinating Committee For Radiation Effects Research. "Record Of The First Meeting, October 24-26, 1994, Washington, DC"; circa 1994.
- Upton, Arthur C., Albert Roy E., Burns, Fredric J., et al., editors. "Radiation Carcinogenesis". ISBN 0-444-00859-4; 1986.
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116 - Quantity 3 large bound volumes in Japanese, contents untranslated; undated [dates untranslated].



Series VIII: Personal Papers; 1947-2005

Scope and Content Note: This series contains personal correspondence, certificates of fact, and ephemera related to international travel and hobbies collected by Dr. Schull and his wife Vickie.
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117 1 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Patterson, Pat, Mrs. About A Religious Question; 1956 January 3, 20.
2 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Gaffney, Brian Burke, Chief Editor of "Nagasaki Harbor Light"; 1989 January-February.
3 Correspondence Between W. J. Schull and Members Of University Of Texas Health Science Center During His Leave of Abscence; 1990-1991.
4 To: W. J. Schull From: American Diabetes Association Wisconsin Affliate (About a gift received in memory of Eugenia Mynders); undated.
5 To: W. J. Schull From Hiorns, Robert W., Oxford, UK (A request for a reference for Professor Of Human Sciences); 1996 December 10.
6 To: W. J. Schull From: Lilia, Republic Of The Phillipines, Tuquegarao, Cagayan (A thank you note for his help); 1947 December 15.
7 To: W. J. Schull From: Novak, Martin, Mr. and Mrs. (A wedding invitation for daughter Mary Jayne to Mr. James Robert Mintner); circa 1950 May 20.
8 To: W. J. Schull From: Patterson, Helen, Mrs. (Written after Mrs. Patterson left ABCC about her travels home and finding a new job); 1955 March 5-July 18.
9 To: W. J. Schull From: Settle, Frank and Betsy (Request for Dr. Schull to edit book annotations for a "library"); 2003 September 29.
10 To: W. J. Schull From: Yanase, Toshiyuki (Conveying a reprint of his special lecture to The Japanese Society of Human Genetics); 1997 August 29.
11 Correspondence To W. J. Schull and V. Schull Arranged Chronologically; 1980-1991.
12 To: W. J. and V. Schull From: Freire-Maria, Newton, Dr., Curitiba, Brasil; 2000 September 29.
13 To: W. J. and V. Schull From: Motoko, Ho[n]ikawa; 1964-1972.
14 To: W. J. and V. Schull From: Smith, Jan M. [a niece?]; 1995-1996.
15 Letter Fragment Probably To V. Schull From Unknown Person About Household Arrangements; undated.
16 To: Victoria Schull From: Ayako, Nagao; 1952-1956.
17 To: Victoria Schull From: Kyoko, Hashimoto (About her life and her daughter's within Japanese marriage customs); 1960-1994.
18 To: Victoria Schull From: Kagetsu, Okamura; circa 1966.
18 To: V. Schull From: W. J. Schull (A postcard from the Vatican about Jack's return); before 1972.
19 Correspondence To: Dr. Seymour Abrahamson From: Selby, Paul About Controversial Genetics Research (Copy found in Dr. Schull's papers); 1996 April.
20 Partial Student Grades For W. J. Schull from Marquette University Graduate School; 1947 August 11.
21 Personal Business Correspondence, Receipts, Contracts, Permits and Licenses; 1959-1972.
22 Dr. Schull's Payments In Foreign Currency For Year 1987 As Calculated By Price Waterhouse; circa 1988.
23 Unsigned Pen Drawings On Notebook Paper, Includes Sketch of Dr. Schull; undated.
24 Photo Identification, United States Atomic Energy Commission; circa 1970s.
25 News Clips About Dr. Schull's Career; circa 1970s-2000.
26 News Clips About Dr. Schull's Research in Chile, in Spanish; undated.
27 News Clip: Opinion Essay About "Concern For Quake Sufferers Should Not Be Diminished By Nuclear Fear" By W. J. Schull, Japanese and English, published by Kyodo News and Kobe Shimbun; 2011 May 20-28.
28 Invitation To 32nd Session of the International Statistical Institute; 1960 May 30-June 3.
29 Invitation From The Prime Minister Of Japan To A Banquet (Imperial Highness Crown Prince and Princess In Attendance); 1960 June 8.
30 Invitation From The National Academy Of Sciences To The Delegates To The Tenth Pacific Science Congress; 1961 August 21-September 6.
31 Nomination Of W. J. Schull and J. V. Neel For The Fermi Award Of The United States Department Of Energy; 1986 February 7.
32 Honors And Awards: Grant Taylor Lecture, University Of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX; 1991 May 6.
33 Correspondence About Presentation For Texas Medical Association Meeting, Dallas, TX; 1991 May 9-12.
34 CV Prepared for Japanese Award Order of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class, Emperor of Japan; 1992 November 3.
35 Honors And Awards: Distinguished Geneticist 1994, Texas Genetics Society (Program From 21st Annual Meeting When Dr. Schull Received His Award); 1994 March 17-19.
36 Correspondence to William Schull from Eugenia "Gena" Mynders (sister to Jack Schull); 1986, 1987, undated.
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118 1 Honors And Awards: Marquette University Distinguished Scholars Reception; 1995 December 4.
2 Honors And Awards: Wataru W. Sutow Awardee and Memorial Lecturer, University Of Texas Cancer Center; 1996 May 17.
3 Honors And Awards: International Workshop On Retrospective Dosimetry, Tianjin, China; 1997.
4 Honors And Awards: Election To The American Academy of Arts And Sciences (Contains papers and realia from the Induction Ceremony); 1999 October 2.
5 Honors And Awards: 50th Anniversary Of The Founding Of The Department Of Human Genetics, University of Michigan Medical School [The first in the nation], Ann Arbour, MI; 2006 May 26.
6 Schull Institute Donations; 2004.
7 Victoria and William J. Schull Institute Second International Symposium, Communications Of Radiation Risk To The Public: Lessons From Japan And Chernobyl-Draft Fragment; 1997 April.
8 XXIII International Congress Of The International Academy Of Pathology Presentation And Establishing A Committee In Japan To Accomplish Schull Institute Goals, Nagoya, Japan; 2000 October 15-20.
9 Center For Health Service, Outcome Research and Development (CHORD), A Japanese Non-profit That The Schull Institute Collaborated With; 2003.
10 Schull Institute Initiative To Work With Greater Houston Partnership To Identify International Companies With A Business Interest In Health Care-Draft and E-mail; 2004-2005.
11 Booklet With Inscription To Dr. Schull From Author Sakue Shimizu: "The Radioactive Dust From The Nuclear Detonation" About The Japanese Fishing Boat Contaminated By Bikini Atoll Hydrogen Bomb Test; 1954 November.
12 Booklet With Inscription To Dr. Schull From Author Lars-Erik Holm: "Incidence Of Malignant Thyroid Tumors in Man..."; 1980.
13 Book With Inscription To Dr. Schull From Author Louis K. Wagner: "Exposure Of The Pregnant Patient To Diagnostic Radiatons"; 1985.
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119 1 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull About His Visits To Kuroshima, Japan For Consanguinity Studies; undated.
2 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; circa 1959.
3 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-The World (Trip From Tokyo To Hong Kong To India To Greece To Europe and Then United States); 1960.
4 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-France; 1971.
5 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile; 1972.
6 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile And Peru; 1973.
7 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile; 1973 Summer, Fall.
8 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Moscow And Kiev, Human Biology Workshop; Erice, Italy; Chile And The Aymara; 1974 February, August, September.
9 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Iceland And AEC [United States Atomic Energy Commission]; Sara's Bolivia Field Log; Chile And The PAHO Special Course; 1975 February, April, and August.
10 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Austria; 1976.
11 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile; 1976.
12 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan, Austria, and Chile; 1976 July, August, September, October.
13 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; 1976.
14 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile, Denmark, Russia; 1978.
15 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Russia; 1978.
16 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Austria; 1976.
17 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Austria; 1976.
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120 1 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-China; 1979.
2 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Sweden; 1980.
3 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Sweden; 1980 March 1-8.
4 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Alaska; 1981.
5 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile; 1981.
6 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Geneva; 1981.
7 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; 1981.
8 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Poland; 1981.
9 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-South America, Latin American Congress Of Genetics; 1981 October.
10 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Pribilofs, Europe, Hawaii, Japan, Latin America; 1981.
11 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Alaska, Kodiak Island; 1982.
12 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile; 1982.
13 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Geneva; 1982.
14 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-India; 1982.
15 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Italy; 1982.
16 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Mexico; 1982.
17 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Washington, D. C. (The General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Awards); 1982.
18 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-India, Alaska, Mexico; 1982.
19 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Italy; 1982 September 16-29.
20 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Switzerland; 1982 November.
21 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Chile; 1982 November 21-28.
22 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Alaska; 1983.
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121 1 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Alaska; 1983 March 13-27.
2 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan [Fragment only]; 1992.
3 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Ireland; 1994.
4 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Australia; 1995.
5 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Hungary; 1995.
6 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; 1995.
7 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan And The Blue Ribbon Committee; 1996 February.
8 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Spain; 1997.
9 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Holland; 1998.
10 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Italy; 1998.
11 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; 1998.
12 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Scotland; 1998.
13 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Boston (American Academy Of Arts And Sciences); 1999.
14 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Ireland; 1999.
15 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; 1999.
16 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-West Texas And Fort Davis; circa 2000.
17 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Ireland; 2000.
18 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; 2000.
19 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Japan; 2001.
20 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-England; 2003.
21 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Slovenia; 2003.
22 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-The Gotos [Archipelago Off Nagasaki, Japan]; circa 2003.
23 Travel Diary By Dr. Schull-Steamboating In The 21st Century [On the Mississippi River]; 2003.
24 Handwritten Travel Diary By [Victoria Schull]-Fragment; undated.
25 Travel Note About Food and Places In Italy, unidentified handwriting; undated.
26 ABCC-RERF List of Household Effects of William J. and Victoria M. Schull; undated.
27 Authorization For Use Of FPO, Commissary and Other Facilities at MCAD Iwakuni, Japan By United States Marine Corps While Schulls Were At RERF; 1986 October 3.
28 Japanese Travel Itineraries In Japanese; undated [dates untranslated].
29 Unidentified Color Photos [Family or friends]; undated.
30 Damaged Black And White Negative: "W. J. Schull At 132 Fairgrounds Ohio"; circa 1948 December.
31 W. J. Schull Passport, Black and White; circa 1970s.
32 3 Black And White Photos And Ephemera From A Trip To Geneva, Switzerland; 1958.
33 Color Photo Negatives Of Dr. Schull's Travels And 4 Color Photos; undated, 1986.
34 Travel Receipts For W. J. And Vickie Schull; 1972-1976.
35 Travel Receipts; 1992.
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122 1 Travel Receipts (Folder 1 of 3); 1950-2000.
2 Travel Receipts (Folder 2 of 3); 1950-2000.
3 Travel Receipts (Folder 3 of 3); 1950-2000.
4 Typewritten Poetry In English, Some Anonymous, Others From Betty Hsaio; 1971-1973.
5 Humourous Ephemera About Genetics From [George Dawson] At Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; circa 1980.
6 Copies Of Black And White Cartoons Collected By Dr. Schull; undated.
7 Collected Information About Japanese History And Lore; 1950-2000.
8 Booklet About Archaelogical History Of Japan, In Japanese; 1950.
9 Booklet Of Poetry: "Pilgramage To A Gingko Tree" About The Atomic Bombings In Japan By Several Authors, In Japanese and English; 1996.
10 Chugoku Shimbun Obituary For George Nakashima, A Well Known Furniture Maker Collected By The Schulls; 1990 June 19.
11 Brochures, Flyers, And Programs About Kabuki Theater And Dance; 1954-1981.
12 Insight On The News, A Periodical In English With Article About Japan; 1988 July 8.
13 Quantity 10 Issues Of Hiroshima Signpost, A Monthly Magazine Published In English By The Hiroshima International School; 1986 October-1987 Summer.
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123 1 Nagasaki Harbor Light, An English Monthly Newsletter [some issues missing]; 1985 February-December.
2 Nagasaki Harbor Light, An English Monthly Newsletter [October missing]; 1986 January-December.
3 Nagasaki Harbor Light, An English Monthly Newsletter [November missing]; 1987 January-December.
4 Copied Book About Christians In Japan, In Japanese; undated.
5 Copied Book About Christians In Japan, In Japanese; undated.
6 News Clips About Japan In English (Folder 1 of 2); 1950-2000.
7 News Clips About Japan In English (Folder 2 of 2); 1950-2000.
8 The Japan Foundation Newsletter; 1979 December-1980 January, 1984 January, August, 1986 July, 1995 February, 1996 May, 1997 June, 1998 August.
9 Leaflets In Japanese About George Katsutoshi Nakashima (Nakashima Katsutoshi) Furniture [many composed on handmade paper with ink] ; undated.
10 Copy Of "We Do Not Work Alone, The Thoughts Of Kanjiro Kawai" By Yoshiko Uchida [One of Japan's foremost contemporary potters]; 1953.
11 Leaflet About Manuel Felguerez, A Mexican Painter And Sculptor; circa 1970s.
12 Color Woodblock Print Of A Japanese Morning Glory (Asagao) From The International Genetics Symposia; 1956.
Note: See the book of Proceedings from this symposia in Box 110.
13 Miniature Reprints Of Old Nagasaki Woodblock Prints 1650-1850; undated.
14 Example Of Japanese Kanji Calligraphy Practice By An Unknown Artist; undated.
15 Black On White Card Japanese Calligraphy; undated.
16 Japanese Menu On Rice Paper; undated.
17 Japanese Pamphlets; circa 1950s.
18 Partial Copy Of Roman Catholic Liturgy In Japanese; circa 1950s.
19 Booklet About Japanese Plants Growing Around Hiroshima By Mrs. Chieka Wada [personal friend of the Schulls]; 1979.
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124 - Collected Ephemera: Musuem and Tourist Site Leaflets, Brochures, and Booklets From Japan; undated.
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125 - Collected Ephemera: City and Tourist Site Leaflets, Brochures, Booklets, and Maps From Japan, Some Annotated By The Schulls; undated.
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126 - Collected Ephemera: City and Tourist Site Leaflets, Brochures, Booklets, and Maps From Japan, Some Annotated By The Schulls continued; undated.
1 Travel Brochures About Paris, Italy, Great Britain, And Edinburgh; circa 1987-1988.
2 Color Postcards About Certosa D. Paria, blank; undated.
3 Travel Map By Esso Of Northern Italy; circa 1986.
4 Travel Receipts From Trips To Chile; 1975-1976.
5 Travel Ephemera And Currency From Trip To Chile; circa 1970s.
6 Travel Itinerary For Mrs. William Schull From Houston, TX To Santiago, Chile; circa 1970s.
7 Newsclip About French Nuclear Disarmament In French; 1984 October 12.
8 Linen Bible Bookmark With Ireland Printed On One Side; undated.
9 New Nuclear Europe Worldscan, v XVII, no 9-10, [The journal of The European Nuclear Society]; 1987 September-October.
10 New Nuclear Worldscan, v XV, no 1-2; 1995 January-February.
11 Brochures, Flyers And Programs About Theater And Opera Performances; undated.
12 Copied Excerpt From Virginia Woolf's Essay "Three Guineas"; undated.
13 National Geographic Map "The Making Of America: New England"; 1987 February.
14 Travel Information About Spain And Portugal Collected By Dr. Schull From The Internet; 2001.
15 Travel Information About Greece Collected By Dr. Schull From The Internet; 2001.
16 Travel Information About Lebanon Collected By Dr. Schull From The Internet; 2001.
17 Travel Information About India Collected By Dr. Schull From The Internet; 2001.
18 Travel Information About Hong Kong Collected By Dr. Schull From The Internet; 2001.
19 Travel Information About France Collected By Dr. Schull From The Internet; 2001.



Series IX: Realia; 1950-2000

Scope and Content Note: This series contains irregularly shaped realia collected by the Schull's during their travels. Of special note in Box 128: The chrysanthemum, the symbol of the Emperor Of Japan, was worn by Dr. Schull when he received the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class, from the Emperor.
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127 - Large Silk Bound Book Commemorating The Retirement Of Professor Nagataki, Chairman And Professor, First Department Of Internal Medicine, Nagasaki, University School Of Medicine, To Accept A Position as Director of RERF; 1997.
- Boxed Porcelain Saki Set, White Glaze With Blue Design; circa 1950-2014.
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128 - Boxed Cream Chrysanthemum of Paper Worn By Dr. Schull and 2 Red and 1 White Ribbon Chrysanthemums Worn By Others When He Received the Order Of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class, From The Emperor Of Japan; 1992.
- One Pair of Japanese Wooden Clogs Known as Geta In Japan; circa 1950-2000.



Series X: Oversize; 1945-2000

Scope and Content Note: This series contains oversized items separated from other series in the collection.
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OV 002 1 Painting Of Two Cows In A Meadow, Color On Handmade Paper; circa 1950-2000.
2 ABCC Annual Program Review (Abstracts Of Papers Presented), Hiroshima; 1968 February 1-2.
3 Copy Of Petition To Dr. Grant Taylor From "Members Of ABCC Genetics" Complimenting Dr. Schull; 1951 July 11.
4 Quantity 5 Japanese Professionals' Curricula Vitae, Pen And Ink On Rice Paper, In Japanese, RESTRICTED; circa 1950-2000.
5 RERF Chart Of Tenure Of Scientific Councillors; 1975-1999.
6 "Untold War Stories, A Special World War II Issue" Of The New York Times Magazine; 1995 May 7.
7 Invitation To Subscribe For International Patronage Membership To Support Y.M.C.A (Young Men's Christian Association), Nagasaki, Japan; 1960 July 7.
8 Japanese Calendar With Black And White Photos Of Japanese Calligraphy; 1992.
9 Painting Of Dragon Dancers, A Graphic Image In White Relief On Black; circa 1950-2000.
10 Kanji Caligraphy On Special Occasion Cards, Black And White, by Yutaka Yamada; circa 1950-2000.
11 ABCC Program Review (Speaker Notes And Slides), Hiroshima; 1970 March 27.
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OV 003 - United States Army Map Of Hiroshima and Its Prefecture, Color On Paper; 1945.
- United States Army Map in Bas Relief Of Hiroshima; 1954.
- United States Army Map In Bas Relief Of Nagasaki; 1954.