Redman, Roderick Oliver, 1905 - 1975 (physicist)
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
A letter from R.O. Redman to Sir Richard Woolley, 18 April 1966, requesting that he make arrangements for the payment of D.W. Peat's travel and subsistence costs for his visit to South Africa, and a copy of Woolley's reply of 21 April describing how he has carried out the necessary steps.
A letter from R.O. Redman to A. Hunter, 2 November 1962, regarding expenses due to him and enquiring if certain equipment is available from the Royal Greenwich Observatory, and A. Hunter's reply of 6 November advising Redman of when this equipment might be available.
Correspondence regarding candidates for election to the Royal Society, including F.J.M. Stratton, W.M.H. Greaves, R.O. Redman, Carroll, L.J. Comrie, S. Chandrasekhar and Admiral Edgell. There is also a list of Stratton's papers, 1946.
Correspondence with various people, including B.F.J. Schonland, F.J.M. Stratton, G.B.B.M. Sutherland, R.A. Lyttleton, R.O. Redman and H.S.W. Massey, regarding the nomination for the Royal Society of R.H. Stoy, A.D. Thackeray, D.J. Malan, J.H. Oort, R. Atkinson, A.C.B. Lovell, F. Hoyle and others.
Correspondence with various people and societies, including Sir David Brunt, R.O. Redman and A. Hunter, regarding the financing of scientific publications by the Royal Society.
A letter from Edgar L. Pilditch, Longbourne, Stevens and Powell, to Sir Richard Woolley, 29 November 1965, enclosing a copy of a letter he has received from A.D. Thackeray, 25 November 1965, regarding staff shortages. There is also a copy of Woolley's reply of 1 December 1965, stating that more Royal Greenwich Observatory staff will have to go to the Cape and that he hopes R.O. Redman will make more substantial demands in the future for telescope time.
A copy of a letter from R.O. Redman to Sir Richard Woolley, 13 January 1966, requesting support in sending students to the Radcliffe Observatory, and a copy of Woolley's reply of 17 January offering his support, but recommending longer terms of duty.
Correspondence between R.O. Redman and Dr A. Hunter regarding the delivery of the Cookson Zenith Telescope to the Science Museum, 1955, and correspondence regarding the transfer of the Cookson Measuring Micrometer to the Astrometry and Astrophysics Department of the Royal Greenwich Observatory, 1952.
Correspondence regarding the Isaac Newton Telescope Board of Management for 1961, with, among others, the Royal Society; the Royal Astronomical Society; H.A. Brück of the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh; Sir William Hodge of Pembroke College, Cambridge; C.R. Burch; and R.O. Redman of The Observatories, Cambridge. There are also minutes of the 16th meeting of the Isaac Newton Telescope Board of Management on 9 June 1961.
Correspondence regarding the Isaac Newton Telescope Coudé spectrograph with, among others, Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co. Ltd, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; the Navy Works Department of the Admiralty; R.O. Redman of The Observatories, Cambridge; and the Science Research Council. There are also details of a proposed design for the Coudé spectrograph.
Correspondence regarding the Isaac Newton Telescope correcting lens with, among others, Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co. Ltd, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; C.G. Wynne of the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; the Directorate General of Works, Ministry of Public Building and Works; and J.F. Hosie of the Science Research Council.
Correspondence regarding R.O. Redman's application to the Paul Instrument Fund and a circular concerning the Royal Society Tercentenary celebrations in 1960.
Correspondence concerning applications to the Paul Instrument Fund by A.R. Thompson, B.V. Bowden and R.O. Redman.
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