The Pauli Manuscript Collection

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Identity Statement | Context | Content and Structure | Conditions of access and use | Allied materials | Description control | Database


Identity statement [Top]

Reference code(s)

CERN-ARCH-PMC

Title

The Pauli Manuscript Collection

Date(s)

1900 to 1958

Level of description

Series

Extent of the unit of description

776 items, 1 metre, 10 boxes

Context [Top]

Name of creator

Wolfgang Pauli (1900 - 1958)

Biographical history

For Pauli's biographical history see the Pauli Archive: fonds level description.

Archival history

For archival history see the Pauli Archive: fonds level description.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Pauli's widow, Mrs. Franca Pauli, donated most of the collection.

Content and structure [Top]

Scope and content

The Pauli Manuscript Collection contains drafts of some of Pauli's works, as well as notes, preparation of lectures and calculations on various subjects, reflecting the scientific activities of Wolfgang Pauli. This collection gives an overview of how Wolfgang Pauli was working.

Appraisal, destruction and scheduling information

Nothing was destroyed.

Accruals

A few further items may be collected.

System of arrangement

The arrangement was made by Pauli himself. Documents are arranged by subject.

Conditions of access and use [Top]

Conditions governing access

See file level description and the CERN operational circular No 3: rules applicable to archival material and archiving at CERN.

Conditions governing reproduction

Copyright is retained by CERN, no reproduction without permission.

Language / scripts of material

Most of the material is written in German and English.

Finding aids

Listed to file level in the CERN Archive database.

Allied materials [Top]

Related units of description

Listed to item level in Cassidy's Catalogue (also available at the CERN Archive) and in the CERN Archive database.

Description control [Top]

Archivist's note

Description prepared by Marc Reymond.

Date(s) of description: Geneva, May to August 2002.

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