Material additional to CSAC 85.5.82.
SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL A. 226-A. 251
SECTION B SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH B.208-B.224
SECTION C LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS C.140-C.167
SECTION D RADIO, TELEVISION, FILMS D. 60-D. 62
SECTION E VISITS AND CONFERENCES E. 64-E. 82
SECTION F CORRESPONDENCE F.148-F.157
SECTION G NON-PRINT MATERIAL G. 32-G. 35
This additional material usefully supplements the earlier collection. A.233-A.249 are Frisch's famous caricature drawings of scientific colleagues including those in sketch pads from Los Alamos where he was working on the atomic bomb project 1943-45. B.209-B.220 are crucial documents relating to nuclear fission in the first half of 1939: correspondence between Frisch in Copenhagen and his aunt Lise Meitner in Sweden, correspondence between Frisch and Niels Bohr at Princeton, two drafts of Bohr's paper on the disintegration of heavy nuclei (Nature, Lond., 143) and correspondence between Frisch and Nature. This supplementary collection also makes available a few more drafts for Frisch's lectures and publications C.140-C.147 and broadcasts D.60-D.62, and an important sequence of material relating to the commemoration meeting for Bohr held at Copenhagen in 1963 E.64-E.76. A little general scientific correspondence is presented in Section F and non-print material including photographic slides in Section G.