Jones, R. V. (author), Harvard University. Gordon McKay Laboratory (originator)
Contents: field displacement effects in ferrited loaded waveguides; microwave resonance in ferromagnetic systems at high-signal levels; spin wave analysis of ferromagnetic resonance relaxation; magnetic anisotropy and relaxation in rare earth iron garnets; specific heat measurements in magnetic oxide systems; ferromagnetic resonance under large hydrostatic pressure; switching properties of ferrites and garnets; the magnetic properties of gallium-iron oxide; high power ferromagnetic resonance in magnetic thin film; dielectric measurements on ferroelectric materials; capacitively driven microwave modulators; magnetostriction constants from ferromagnetic resonance; paramagnetic resonance of impurities in ferroelectric host crystals; domain dynamics in ferroelectric crystals; NMR in ferromagnetic materials; magnetic relaxation in ferromagnetic insulators by parallel pump techniques; magnetic relaxation in ferromagnetic metals by parallel pump techniques; new magnetic compounds; magnetic resonance in spiral magnetic structures.
Smith, Xanthus, 1839-1929 (correspondent), Du Pont, Sophie Madeleine, 1810-1888 (correspondent)
Correspondence regarding personal and business matters of the Smith family. Smith relates his father's work on a backdrop for the opera 'Carmen' and discusses his own work on paintings of some vessels purchased by the Emperor of Russia from a Philadelphia craftsman. Smith also discusses lithographs he has produced and his father's biography of the deceased Mary Smith.
Clancy, John (correspondent), Du Pont, Alfred Victor, 1798-1856 (correspondent)
Letter asking for employment in the DuPont powder yards. Includes a note by Alfred Victor du Pont suspecting that Mrs. Clancy, who carried the letter to du Pont, may have been part of an industrial espionage plot.