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All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from, or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the University Archivist, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, California 94304-6064.
Stanford University Archives also holds William Spicer’s William Shockley and eugenics collection, 1965-1970 (SC0864); Isabel Steiner Karkau’s William Shockley and eugenics collection, 1966-1973 (SC0595); and the papers of Shockley’s father, the the William Hillman Shockley papers, circa 1860-circa 1920.(SC1108) The Hoover Institution also holds the William Shockley miscellaneous papers, 1980 (80124).
Also includes extensive family materials including diaries and correspondence.
Note: Audio recordings of Shockley's telephone conversations originally arranged as "Series 1" were later incorporated into the "Audiovisual material" subseries in Accession ARCH-2007-198. Audio recordings of Shockley's telephone conversations originally arranged as "Series 1" were later incorporated into the "Audiovisual material" subseries in Accession ARCH-2007-198. Series 2 contains volumes of incoming and outgoing chronological correspondence files.
A typed index, listing dates, names and institutional affiliation of all correspondence and correspondents is in the front of each volume. Subjects discussed in this correspondence include the importance of genetic factors in intelligence, the overpopulation problem and birth control, eugenics, student unrest (particularily,incidents at Stanford), environmental issues (specifically air pollution) and various requests for Dr.
It didn’t communicate much, other than the boy’s name was Robert Andrew and that he was placed with a family who already had children. They agency was Child Care Services at Orange and Front Streets in Media, Pennsylvania. The final adoption was on 6-16-1966 when he was 18 months old.
(Update) My youngest child has a serious medical condition and we are trying to find any medical history we can find on my husband. We do not have any other info on the birth mother and none on the birth father. The adoption agency they used was close to home but I believe they flew to California to meet him and bring him home. Their lawyer was Crawford Orphans court of Delaware County.