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FRANK DAHLHAUS COLLECTION
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Introductory
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains an introductory caption to the Dahlhaus Time Cover Collection on science and technology, written by FJD. Excerpted here:

@ "For many years I have been recording the effects of technical changes on our society as reflected in the periodical press. My medium is the Time cover story. Every cover has the signature of one or more of the participants to dramatize the central issue of the story."

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Howard H. Aiken (Signed Cover)
Issue: 1/23/50

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by Howard H. Aiken, for a feature article on computer science. Caption by FJD: "Howard Aiken, once director of the computation laboratory at Harvard and pioneer computer developer, signs the last of Boris Artzybasheff's fanciful drawings. The article provides a mid-century view of computer development."

Box: 1 Fold: 3 John Glenn (Signed Cover)
Issue: 3/2/62

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by US astronaut John Glenn. Includes FJD's caption: He went around the earth three times and proved that humans can perform in space without ill effect from weightlessness. In his congratulatory address the Soviet premier suggested a joint space effort. President John Kennedy later encouraged the participation."

Box: 1 Fold: 4 David Sarnoff (Signed Cover)
Issue: 5/14/65

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by Sarnoff, with caption by FJD: Early wireless participant in the communications explosion, later board chairman of RCA and Army General, David Sarnoff signs cover. The story describes the communications satellite which he predicted."

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Frederick Bowman, Jr. / Michael DeBakey (Signed Cover)
Issue: 5/28/65

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by doctors Bowman and DeBakey, with caption by FJD: "Pioneer heart surgeon Michael De Bakey signs the cover with his disciple Frederick Bowman in 1976. Bowman later directed a team of experts in the successful operation on the collector's sister Mildred Dahlhaus Rawcliffe."

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Gale Chapman (Signed Cover)
Issue: 11/19/65

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by Capt. Chapman, with caption: "Gale J. Chapman, piloting a jet over Pennsylvania in the early evening of Nov. 19, 1965, watched the lights of metropolitan N.Y. disappear from his horizon. This gives credence to Murphy's well-known law." Reference to the blackout of '65.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Fr. Andrew M. Greeley / Dr. John Rock (Signed Cover)
Issue: 4/7/67

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by both Fr. Greeley and Dr. Rock. Caption reads: "The Pill burst upon a world in need of relief from malnutrition and overpopulation. Gynecologist John Rock was in front of many leaders in the research. A storm of censure resulted led by the R.C. Church. Father Andrew M. Greeley criticized the stance of the Catholic hierarchy."

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Stuart Saunders (Signed Cover)
Issue: 1/26/68

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption by FJD: "The article discusses advances in railroading and predicts green lights on the mainline. Two years later the Penn Central went into bankruptcy. Signed by Stuart T. Saunders, once president of the Pennsy.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Wernher von Braun (Signed Cover)
Issue: 7/2/69

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "Post WWII Germany produced a number of scientists who sought political asylum in the U.S. Among these was Wernher von Braun who provided significant contributions to space technology as an army, and later NASA, scientist."

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Najeeb Halaby (Signed Cover)
Issue: 1/19/70

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "The 747 becomes operational. Pan American president Najeeb Halaby orders 33 jumbo jets. Airport planners and managers all over the world shudder at the crunch of more than 400 passengers per plane."

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Barry Commoner (Signed Cover)
Issue: 2/2/70

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "In a head on clash with a profit oriented society, Barry Commoner says that things aren't right with the environment and that a whirling dervish search for increasing GNP will lead to disaster."

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Bob Keeshan / Joan Ganz Cooney (Signed Cover)
Issue: 11/23/70

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by Bob Keeshan of "Captain Kangaroo" fame, and the creator of "Sesame Street," Joan Ganz Cooney. Includes caption: "The impacts of the communication technology on society shows on our TV screens. Early Bob Keeshan's signature as Captain Kangaroo appears with that of the later Joan Ganz Cooney, creator of Sesame Street."

Box: 1 Fold: 13 William Proxmire (Signed Cover)
Issue: 4/5/71

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by William Proxmire and Virginia senators William B. Spong and Harry Byrd. Includes caption: "William Proxmire led the 1971 fight to defeat government support of the SST [supersonic transport] in the Senate. Signatures of Proxmire and of Virginia senators Spong and Byrd who supported him, appear on the wing surfaces."

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Edward I. Fendall (Signed Cover)
Issue: 8/9/71

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by cameraman Edward I. Fendall. FJD's caption explains: "The Apollo [15] TV cameraman sat in Houston with a console of 15 buttons directing the explorations of a half million dollar camera a quarter million miles away. Edward I. Fendall was the cameraman."

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Edmund Muskie (Signed Cover)
Issue: 9/13/71

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "In early 1976 air pollution control measures were debated in the Senate under the leadership of Edmund Muskie then a presidential contender. Under current interpretations the original standards are eroding rapidly."

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Kemmons Wilson (Signed Cover)
Issue: 6/12/72

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "Motels grew up in response to the automobile dominated society. T. Kemmons Wilson concentrates motels at airports and interchanges as hotels once were located at R.R. stations."

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Robert A. Good (Signed Cover)
Issue: 3/19/73

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "Maverick medics led by Dr. Robert Good, director of the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research are trying to discover a strategy designed to trick the body's natural defenses."

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Richard J. McDonald/Ray A. Kroc/Fred L. Turner (Signed Cover)
Issue: 9/17/73

DESCRIPTION: Contains the signatures of the founder and partners of the world-famous fastfood chain. Includes caption: "The hamburger has been mechanized, standardized and packaged until its like every other. Founder R.J. McDonald signs with entrepreneurs Kroc and Turner who created the curbside short order empire."

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Accoustic Experts: Bolt/Stockham/Weiss (Signed Cover)
Issue: 12/10/73

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover signed by Richard H. Bolt, Thomas G. Stockham, and Mark R. Weiss, as FJD's caption explains: "Court appointed electronic and accoustic experts examine the tapes to learn what caused the spookey events in the Oval Office..."

Box: 1 Fold: 20 William Simon (Signed Cover)
Issue: 1/21/74

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "William Simon, once secretary of the Treasury and a no-nonsense business administrator, warns liberals who want to control market mechanisms, that they will lead us to economic ruin."

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Walter J. Stoessel/A.F. Dobrynin (Signed Cover)
Issue: 7/21/75

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with explanatory caption: "At the hight point of detente a unique technical achievement is climaxed in space with the mating of vehicles from disparate social and political communities, American Ambassador Walter J. Stoessel and Soviet Ambassador A.F. Dobrynin signed [the magazine cover].

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Yash Aggarwal (Signed Cover)
Issue: 9/1/75

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "For many millennia mankind has been at the mercy of nature and earthquakes have been unpredictable. Yash Aggarwal correctly predicted the time, place and magnitude of an earthquake in north central N.Y. State."

Box: 1 Fold: 23 "The Bugs are Coming" (cover only)
Issue: 7/12/76

DESCRIPTION: Contains the Time magazine feature cover for an article entitled, "The Bugs are Coming." FJD used this final item to conclude the Time magazine cover exhibition. See Folder 1:24, following, for the caption to this cover.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 "The Bugs are Coming" (caption)
Issue: 7/12/76

DESCRIPTION: Contains the caption accompanying the cover (see Folder 1:23).

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Ernest Campbell (Signed Cover)
Issue: 8/16/76

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "The sickness came to Philadelphia like the mysterious medieval visitation of the Black Death. Ernest Campbell, a suburban physician, was first to relate the symptoms with attendance at the Legion convention." Relating to the diagnosis of Legionnaire's disease.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Robert Noyce (Signed Cover)
Issue: 2/20/78

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover and caption: "The computer is everywhere. Intel Corp (Robert Noyce - chairman) provides the soul of the mini-computers, a miracle chip with thousands of circuits crammed into a sliver smaller than a mosquito."

Box: 1 Fold: 27 James L. Holloway (Signed Cover)
Issue: 5/8/78

DESCRIPTION: Contans signed cover and caption: "Navy procurement lags the other services and Navy loses in the "Interservice Arms Race." The article dicusses the difficulties of out-going chief of naval operations, Admiral James L. Hollaway."

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Jones/Andrews (Signed Cover)
Issue: 7/31/78

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover and caption: "Doctors Howard & Georgianne Jones (gynecologists) and Mace Andrews (obstetrician) perfect procedures which lead to the first successful delivery from an in-vitro fertilization in the U.S. The infant was delivered in Norfolk, Va., on Jan. 26, '81, three years after Baby Louise in England."

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Frank Borman/Freddie Laker (Signed Cover)
Issue: 8/14/78

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "In response to fare deregulation, competition on the North Atlantic air routes sharpens. Fares are cut and sardine can seating is usual. Frank Borman signs for Eastern with Sir Freddie Laker of Laker Airways."

Box: 1 Fold: 30 John G. Kemeny (Signed Cover)
Issue: 4/9/79

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "Ominous cooling towers loom on the skyline as the world ponders the awful effects of nuclear accidents. A commission headed by John G. Kemeny finds the plant operators at fault."

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Carl Sagan (Signed Cover)
Issue: 10/20/80

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "The age of the earth, the age of the universe and the nature of its creation, the origins of life and the possibility of its existence elsewhere; all these are grist for the mill of this very articulate scientist."

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Herbert Boyer (Signed Cover)
Issue: 3/9/81

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover and caption: "Breakthroughs in gene splicing are creating a new alchemy with impacts on development of antiviral agents such as inteferon, new vaccines for the war on cancer, hepatitis, and malaria, and the development of new food crops. Boyer helped release the genie from the bottle."

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Robert Crippen/John Young (Signed Cover)
Issue: 4/27/81

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "Space flyers John Young and Bob Crippen in the Columbia zoomed off the planet riding piggy-back on a rocket and slid back to earth at Edwards AFB as gently as a transcontinental jet bringing fans home from a superbowl."

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Steven Jobs (Signed Cover)
Issue: 2/15/82

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "Steven Jobs, a 26 year old alumnus of Silicon Valley, Hewlett-Packard and Atari, is riding the front wave of the explosion in computer technology with Tandy, Xerox, and IBM pressing with small computer offerings right behind."

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Archbishop Joseph L. Bernardin (Signed Cover)
Issue: 11/29/82

DESCRIPTION: Contains signed cover with caption: "A committee of bishops under the chairmanship of Archibishop Bernardin sits to discuss the formulation of a pastoral letter to the Catholic community on the morality of nuclear deterrence."

Box: 2 Fold: 1 Howard Aiken / Computer Science
Datespan: 1/23/50-6/1/81

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence between FJD, agents and publishers concerning obtaining autographs from Howard Aiken, educator, mathematician and computer scientist, as well as from artist Boris M. Artzybasheff who drew the cover to the Time magazine issue of 1/23/50 featuring the article on Aiken and others in the field. Includes a clipping of the article.

Box: 2 Fold: 2 John Glenn / "The Space Race is Go"
Date: 3/2/62

DESCRIPTION: Contains clipping of the Time magazine article on Glenn and other clippings about Glenn and space technology.

Box: 2 Fold: 3 David Sarnoff / Telecommunications
Datespan: 5/14/65-11/11/79

DESCRIPTION: Contains the 5/14/65 Time feature article on telecommunications and prominent figures in the history of the field including Sarnoff. Includes other articles and an obituary for Sarnoff, who died in 1971. Also includes a printed address by Sarnoff as chairman of the Board of the Radio Corporation of America, during the 19th Annual Convention Banquet of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, 5/26/65.

Box: 2 Fold: 4 Drs. DeBakey & Bowman / Heart Surgery
Datespan 5/28/65-7/27/76

DESCRIPTION: Contains clipping of the Time magazine article featuring heart surgeon Dr. Michael De Bakey, 5/28/65, as well as other newsclippings about DeBakey, his colleague Dr. Frederick O. Bowman, Jr., and advances in heart surgery.

@ Correspondence includes 1 TLS from DeBakey to FJD, 7/8/76; 1 TL from Bowman, 7/27/76; and a TLS from FJD's sister, Mildred Dahlhaus Rawcliffe who was a patient of Dr. Bowman's.

Box: 2 Fold: 5 Gale Chapman: New York City Blackout 1965
Issue: 11/19/65

DESCRIPTION: Contains the Time magazine feature on the NY City blackout in 1965 as witnessed from the air by United Airlines pilot Capt. Gale Chapman. Includes correspondence by FJD and notes.

Box: 2 Fold: 6 Drs. John Rock & Andrew Greeley: The Pill
Datespan: 1967-84

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence by FJD re obtaining autographs for the Time cover. Includes clipping of the feature on the contraceptive pill and the early pioneers in the field including gynecologist John Rock. Fr. Andrew Greeley was an outspoken Catholic advocate of the discovery.

Box: 2 Fold: 7 Stuart Saunders: "Railroads of the Future"
Datespan: 1968-80

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence by FJD concerning autographs for the Time cover of this feature on Stuart Saunders, chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania and New York Central Transportation Co. Includes the feature.

Box: 2 Fold: 8 Wernher von Braun: Space Technology
Datespan: 1969-86

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence by FJD concerning his interest in collecting signatures and information for and about the Time cover and feature article on space technology and German rocket scientist Wernher von Braun, who was captured by the Allied at the end of the Second World War in 1945. Folder includes clippings about von Braun, and 1 b/w photograph w/ negative of FJD with officers at Redstone Arsenal where he had also met von Braun.

Box: 2 Fold: 9 Najeeb Halaby: "The Superjets Take Off"
Issue: 1/19/70

DESCRIPTION: Contains clipping of the Time feature on superjets and Pan American Airlines president Najeeb Halaby.

Box: 2 Fold: 10 Barry Commoner: Environmentalist
Datespan: 1970-79

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence by FJD concerning his interest in collecting signatures and information for and about the Time cover and feature article on Barry Commoner (issue for 2/2/70). Includes the feature and other clippings about the environment and Commoner.

Box: 2 Fold: 11 Bob Keeshan / Joan G. Cooney: Children's Television
Datespan: 1970-76

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence by FJD concerning obtaining autographs for the cover of Time magazine featuring an article on children's television programs such as "Sesame Street" and "Captain Kangaroo." The signatures he obtained are those of Bob Keeshan, the original Captain Kangaroo, and Joan Ganz Cooney, the creator of "Sesame Street." Includes clipping of the article.

Box: 2 Fold: 12 Proxmire, Spong, Byrd: Supersonic Transportation
Datespan: 1971-79

DESCRIPTION: Contains the Time magazine feature on SST or supersonic transportation, the cover for which FJD obtained the autographs of William Proxmire, William Spong and Harry Byrd who opposed the government's support of SST.

Box: 2 Fold: 13 Edward I. Fendall: Apollo 15
Datespan: 1971-86

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence by FJD concerning obtaining an autograph for the cover of Time magazine featuring an article on Apollo 15 and others in the field, including Fendall who directed the filming of the lunar explorations. Includes clipping of the article.

Box: 2 Fold: 14 Edmund Muskie: "Front Runner for '72"
Datespan: 1971-79

DESCRIPTION: Contains Time feature on Muskie and his '72 campaign, as well as other clippings.

Box: 2 Fold: 15 Kemmons Wilson: "The Man with 300,000 Beds"
Datespan: 1972-88

DESCRIPTION: Contains Time magazine feature on Kemmons, founder and chairman of Holiday Inn.

Box: 2 Fold: 16 Robert A. Good: "Toward Control of Cancer"
Datespan: 1973-1982

DESCRIPTION: Contains clipping of the Time magazine feature on immunologist Dr. Robert A. Good. Includes other clippings on cancer research.

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