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David Hamburg papers, 1949-2003

Series IV: Stanford University, 1944-2003

Correspondence, writings and speeches, meeting minutes, research data, marked-up background material, academic conference presentations, and student projects dated from 1951-1999 relating to HAMBURG's work at Stanford as a faculty member (since 1961), his work on non-human primates (NHP) there, his work on the SU Board of Trustees and the SU-Institute for International Studies Board of Visitors, and the Human Biology Middle Grades Curriculum Project. Of note is the correspondence with Jane Goodall and other NHP researchers in Gombe, and materials on late 1960s higher education controversies at Stanford and elsewhere. Series organized into five subseries, material within subseries is organized chronologically. See also the Commonwealth Fund correspondence file in Series III.2 (supported much of Hamburg's research in early 1970s).

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Subseries IV.1: Faculty Materials

The series consists of correspondence, memoranda, notes, drafts, teaching materials, typescripts, students' projects and dissertations, and research materials, documenting Hamburg's teaching and administrative career at Stanford's Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, serving as Reed-Hodgson Professor of Human Biology, and as chair of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine. At the School of Medicine Hamburg established a new department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, distinguished by its breadth of research on behavioral biology, especially in relation to mental illness. The series also documents his collaboration with Dr. Jonas Salk, participation in NIMH Research Task Force, and work on IOM program committee ( not to be confused with Hamburg's later IOM tenure)

Box 395 Subject files, 1959-1976

Box 396 Subject files, 1959-1974

Box 397 Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences.,, 1962-1975

Box 398 Faculty-Related Materials, 1963-1972

Box 399 Salk Institute Drug Conference, critique of pending legislation,, 1965-1974

Box 400 Subject files, 1966-1971

Box 401 Subject files, 1966-1972

Box 402 Subject files, 1967-1976

Box 403 Subject files, 1968-1974

Box 404 Subject files, -

Box 405 Subject files, 1969-1976

Box 406 Unesco Conference on Aggression and follow-up projects,, 1970-1974

Box 407 Subject files, 1970-1979

Box 408 Subject files, 1970-1979

Box 409 Subject files, 1970-1977

Box 410 Subject files, 1971-1971

Box 411 Subject files, 1971-1972

Box 412 Subject files, 1971-1976

Box 413 Subject files, 1972-1972

Box 414 Subject files, 1972-1972

Box 415 Subject files, 1972-1973

Box 416 Subject files, 1972-1976

Box 417 NIMH Research Task Force, 1973-1973

Box 418 NIMH Research Task Force, 1973-1973

Box 419 Subject files, 1973-1973

Box 420 Subject files, 1973-1973

Box 421 Subject files, 1973-1973

Box 422 Subject files, 1973-1974

Box 423 Subject files, 1973-1975

Box 424 Subject files, 1973-1976

Box 425 Subject files, 1974-1974

Box 426 Subject files, 1974-1974

Box 427 IOM program committee amd NIMH Research Task Force,, 1974-1975

not to be confused with later IOM tenure

Box 428 Subject files, 1974-1975

Box 429 Subject files, 1974-1976

Box 430 Subject files, 1975-1975

Box 431 Subject files, 1975-1977

Box 815 Subject files, 1971-1982

Box 432 DAH departure from Stanford faculty., 1975-1980

Box 443 Faculty-Related Materials - Student dissertations, 1960-1975

Box 444 Faculty-Related Materials - Student dissertations, 1960-1975

Box 445 Faculty-Related Materials - Professional Organizations,, 1953-1969

Box 446 Faculty-Related Materials - Professional Organizations,, 1970-1979

Subseries IV.2: Non-Human Primate Research

The series consists of correspondence, memoranda, notes, conference presentations, primates. Box 440 formerly contained 10 reel-to-reel audio tapes of a Hamburg-Goodall presentation during the Burg Wartenstein Conference #62 (August 20-28, 1974), "The Behavior of Great Apes" organized by David Hamburg and Jane Goodall These audio recordings are now available in digital format. The NPR files document in detail the 1975 incident in Gombe, Tanzania, when for of his students, studying primate behavior under the direction of Jane Goodall were abducted by armed rebels, and Hamburg spent 10 weeks negotiating their release. The series also contained oversize blueprints for Stanford Primate Facility, and chimpanzee photographs, separated to Series XI.

Box 433 Rationale, 1959-1975

Stanford Primate Facility blueprints oversized, shelved with Realia in box 811

Box 434 Subject files, 1970-1973

Box 435 Subject files, 1970-1973

Box 436 Subject files, 1971-1976

Chimp photos removed to AV

Box 437 Subject files, 1972-1978

Box 438 Subject files, 1973-1974

Box 439 Correspondence with Jane Goodall and her mother relating to Gombe Kidnap ,, 1973-1976

Box 440 Hamburg-Goodall conference presentation., 1974-1974

Box 441 Gombe Kidnap, 1974-1976

Box 442 Gombe Kidnap, 1975-1979

Box 818 Subject files, 1970-1979

Subseries IV.3: Board of Trustees

The series contains correspondence, general trustees' mailings, meeting minutes, reports, and other materials relating to the activities of the Stanford Board of Trustees. David Hamburg was a member and a vice-chairman of the Board from 1988 to 1995.

Box 447 Board Meetings and correspondence, 1979-1992

Box 448 Board Meetings; Indirect costs billing controversy materials,, 1990-1994

Box 449 Board Meetings; Indirect costs billing controversy materials,, 1991-1995

Box 450 Contains SPICE/IIS materials relating to Education for Conflict Resolution,, 1995-2002

Box 816 Board Meetings and correspondence, 1999-2003

Box 817 Board Meetings and correspondence, 1999-2003

Subseries IV.4: Human Biology Materials

As the chair of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine David Hamburg helped to found The Program in Human Biology. The series contains correspondence, notes, and typescripts relating to establishing the original Stanford University curriculum on human biology, and relating to a later Human Biology Middle Grades Curriculum Project, an attempt at adaptation of the SU Human Biology program to the middle school level. The Human Biology Middle Grades Curriculum Project also contains materials and writings on Puberty and Adolescence.

Box 451 Mixture of background and writings on Puberty and Adolescence,, 1971-1981

Box 452 Original SU Curriculum Human Biology, 1970-1975

Box 453 Human Biology Middle Grades Curriculum Project, 1975-1996

Subseries IV.5: Background Materials

Third-party typescript materials and various printed matter, frequently underlined or with Dr. Hamburg's notes, and used as a basis of his later works. The majority of files are related to Hamburg's activities as a member of Stanford faculty and administration, however the series also contains background materials on primate research, human biology and adolescence, and background materials received by Hamburg as a Board of Trustees member.

Box 454 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1944-1975

Box 455 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1957-1975

Box 456 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1960-1960

Box 457 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1960-1970

Box 458 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1960-1974

Box 459 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1962-1973

Box 460 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1963-1976

Box 461 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1965-1974

Box 462 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1966-1974

Box 463 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1967-1967

Box 464 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1967-1971

Box 465 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1967-1976

Box 466 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1967-1976

Box 467 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1968-1974

Box 468 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1969-1974

Box 469 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1970-1971

Box 470 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1970-1976

Box 471 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1970-1979

Box 472 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1970-1979

Box 473 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1971-1972

Box 474 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1971-1976

Box 475 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1972-1973

Box 476 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1972-1976

Box 477 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1973-1974

Box 478 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1973-1976

Box 479 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1974-1974

Box 480 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1974-1974

Box 481 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1974-1976

Box 482 Faculty-Related Background Materials, 1976-1978

Box 483 Primate Research, 1947-1975

Box 484 Primate Research, 1967-1973

Box 485 Primate Research, 1970-1976

Box 486 Primate Research, 1971-1975

Box 487 Primate Research, 1973-1974

Box 488 Primate Research, 1974-1977

Box 489 Background Materials for Board of Trustees, 1988-1999

Box 490 General Background Materials, 1969-1976

Box 491 General Background Materials, 1961-1979

Box 492 Background Materials on Adolescence, 1954-1979

Box 493 Miscellaneous and notes, 1970-1979

Box 494 Background Materials on Human Biology, 1966-1975