The Chester W. Newton Collection consists of documents dated from 1928 to 1995, with the bulk falling between 1971 and 1981. Material types in the collections include correspondence, articles, reports, handwritten notes, records, photographs, meeting minutes, and ephemera.
The original order of the collection and the original folder titles have been maintained as much as possible. In the container list below, these titles have been transcribed as accurately as possible. There is not a distinction made between the original folder titles and those provided by the processors. Records are arranged by material type and then chronologically by the original printed date. The collection is housed in one record carton and organized into the following eight series:
Series I: Advisory Work
Series II: Correspondence
Series III: Publications
Series IV: Trips
Series V: Visits
Series VI: Photographs
Series VII: Awards and Honors
Series VIII: Miscellaneous
Physical Access Requirements
The collection must be viewed in the Archives during normal business hours.
Source of Acquisition
Chester W. Newton
Method of Acquisition
NCAR Archives Legacy Collection
Duplicate records were inspected for annotations and those without were discarded. Human resources records were also discarded. All appraisal decisions are based on the NCAR Archives Collecting Policy. Please visit [url=https://www.archives.ucar.edu/page/how-donate]How to Donate[/url] for more information about the policy.
Accruals and Additions
No accruals or additions are expected.
These items were removed from the collection as they are available in the circulating collection of the NCAR Archives:
"The Report of the Joint Evaluation Committee"
November 1972, call #14474
"Preliminary Plans for a National Institute for Atmospheric Research"
February 1959, call #10842
This collection was processed in October 2011. Materials were rehoused in acid-free folders and metal paperclips were removed. Publications with no annotations and human resources records were removed from the collection. Original order of the collection was maintained.