A Guide to the Charles Paul Boner Papers, 1918-1979
Charles Paul Boner (1900-1979) was a member of the University of Texas Physics Department (1920-1970), founded the Defense Research Laboratories (now the Applied Research Laboratories), served in several UT and UT System administrative positions, and operated, with his sons, an acoustical consulting firm.. Boner's consulting work was based on his research on feedback in sound systems and contributed to the acoustical design of numerous public buildings.
Papers document the work of Charles Paul Boner in acoustical research and consulting. The bulk of the collection consists of approximately 650 photographs documenting Boner's acoustical consulting. Also included are biographical articles, speeches, reports, notebooks, clippings, and reprints.
A portion of these papers are stored remotely at the Collections Deposit Library. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.
Charles Paul Boner Papers, 1918-1979, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
Detailed Description of the Papers