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The Carlyle Barton Laboratory was a semi-autonomous engineering laboratory (early 1950s to 1970), operating under contract for the United States Air Force, in collaboration with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. The records include technical reports with unique identifiers in the form of report numbers given by the Laboratory. The reports were produced from 1954 to 1968.
Transcriptions, mostly typewritten but some handwritten, of letters of Arthur O. Lovejoy, 1872-1962.
Frederic Chapin Lane was a professor of history at Johns Hopkins and a leading scholar of the Italian Renaissance. The papers span the years 1943-1984 during which he was teaching at Johns Hopkins and conducting extensive research for his writings on the history of Venice in the 14th and 15th centuries.
The records of the Department of English range in date from 1895 to 1986, and 2014 to 2015. Graduate student records comprise the bulk of the material, but there are also early seminar minutes, some relatively recent faculty records, and a few files relating to administrative matters and the curriculum.
This collection contains teaching and research materials relating to the career of Robert Endicott Osgood (1921-1986). Materials include the text of speeches, research files related to publications, correspondence, and exams. Osgood's areas of expertise included U.S. foreign policy, national strategic issues, and the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI).
Thomas A. Cebula received his PhD at Johns Hopkins University in 1974. Cebula was a highly regarded microbiologist whose research focused on methods to speed up the identification of dangerous pathogens. He was a visiting professor at Johns Hopkins University, where he taught in the Biology department starting in 2008. The collection, 1992-1998, primarily contains manuscript revisions of papers Cebula wrote, with comments from reviewers.