[Sullivan, May 2006]
Sullivan, 2006. (Photo courtesy of Sullivan)

[Cover of Sullivan's 2009 book, Cosmic Noise]
Sullivan's Cosmic Noise, Cambridge University Press, 2009

[Sullivan and Miller Goss, Westerbork, 1973]
Sullivan and Miller Goss, Westerbork, 1973 (Photo courtesy of Sullivan)

[Cover of Sullivan's 1984 book, Early Years of Radio Astronomy]
Sullivan's Early Years of Radio Astronomy, Cambridge University Press, 1984

[Sullivan, 2000]
Sullivan, 2000 (Photo courtesy of Sullivan)

[Cover of Sullivan's book 1982, Classics in Radio Astronomy]
Sullivan's Classics in Radio Astronomy, Reidel, 1982

[Sullivan and University of Washington sundial]
Sullivan and University of Washington sundial, 2003 (Photo courtesy of Sullivan)

[Sullivan at Arecibo, 1977]
Sullivan at Arecibo, 1977. (Photo courtesy of Sullivan)


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Papers of Woodruff T. Sullivan III: Tapes Series

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Note: Many of the interviews listed below were transcribed as part of Sullivan's research for his book, Cosmic Noise: A History or Early Radio Astronomy (Cambridge University Press, 2009). Transcriptions were read and edited for clarity by Sullivan, and some were also read and edited by the interviewee. Any notes added in the reading/editing process by Sullivan, the interviewee, or others who read the transcripts have been included in brackets. The original typescripts of these interviews are available in the NRAO Archives. Interviews posted here that were not transcribed by Sullivan were transcribed in the NRAO Archives by Sierra Smith in 2012-2013. Sullivan's notes about each interview are available on the individual interviewee's Web page. During processing, full names of institutions and people were added in brackets and especially long interviews were split into parts reflecting the sides of the original audio cassette tapes. We are grateful for the 2011 Herbert C. Pollock Award from Dudley Observatory which funded digitization of the original cassette tapes, and for a 2012 grant from American Institute of Physics, Center for the History of Physics, which funded the work of posting these interviews to the Web.

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Modified on Wednesday, 05-Nov-2014 10:06:30 EST by Ellen Bouton, Archivist (Questions or feedback)