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National Center for Atmospheric Research (U.S.). Mesa Laboratory.

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

I.M. Pei Collection

 Collection
Identifier:  - 06-IMPC
Scope and Contents The I.M. Pei Collection contains DVDs that were donated by Mr. Pei to the NCAR Archives. Included on the DVDs are two reformatted films, the I. M. Pei Essays: A Program for a Building, NCAR, and Bushhammering.

In 1961, Eason H. Leonard of I.M. Pei and Associates, sent Walter Roberts additional materials for consideration during the architect selection process for the Mesa Laboratory.

Patrick J. Kennedy Papers

 Collection
Identifier: PJK
Scope and Contents The papers of Patrick J. Kennedy document his scientific and professional activities, as well as his significant contributions to furthering scientific education in Boulder, the US and Mexico. The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, publications, research notes and calculations, newspaper clippings, motion picture and data film, slides, negatives and photographs.

Physical Facility Services (PFS) Records

 Collection
Identifier: 06-e795e38f-57be-4a8f-8e4c-0adde1d72caf
Scope and Contents The Physical Facilities Services (PFS) Records document the planning, construction, and maintenance of NCAR/UCAR buildings and campuses, including the Climax Observatory, Mesa Laboratory, Fleischmann Building, Marshall Field Site, Research Aviation Facility, Foothills Campus and Center Green. The records also include information on work done by PFS on various field projects that were not located in the Boulder, Colorado area. Documents begin with the planning of the Mesa Laboratory and the...

UCAR/NCAR Oral History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: UNOH
Scope and Contents The UCAR / NCAR Oral History Project documents the history of UCAR through interviews, recorded discussions, and lectures by staff and others. The project has a strong focus on the creation and development of NCAR as well as the design and construction of the Mesa Laboratory by I.M. Pei, early in the Center's history. The majority of audio files and transcripts in this collection have been digitized and are available online in the NCAR Library's digital repository, OpenSky.