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Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of ULICK RICHARDSON EVANS, CBE, FRS (1889 - 1980) Metallurgist

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Reference CSAC 90/1/83
Held by Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Source of acquisition The majority of the material was received from Dr. J.E.O. Mayne, a professional colleague, close personal friend and neighbour of Evans. Dr. Mayne also collaborated with Sir Alan Cottrell in the Royal Society Memoir (Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 27, 1981).
Volume III of Evans's 'Non-scientific Efforts of a Scientist' was made available by Mrs. Ann Wilson (niece) and is included as item C.6.
Creators Evans, Ulick Richardson, 1889-1980, scientist and metallurgist
Related information A small amount of material, including apparatus and specimens, is held in the Department of Metallurgy, Cambridge.
Note Compiled by: Jeannine Alton Julia Latham-Jackson
The work of the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre, and the production of this catalogue, are made possible by the support of the following societies and institutions:
The Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland
The Biochemical Society
The British Pharmacological Society
The Charles Babbage Foundation for the History of Information Processing
The Institute of Physics
The Institution of Electrical Engineers
The Nuffield Foundation
The Physiological Society
The Royal Society of London

Administrative history:
Evans was internationally known as the 'Father of the modern science of corrosion and protection of metals'; he went from Marlborough to King's College, Cambridge, in 1907, remaining there until 1911 and returning after army service in the First World War. He spent the rest of his life in Cambridge, researching and writing prolifically on corrosion and oxidation of metals, and died there, unmarried, at the age of ninety-one.

With an introductory note
Evans's intellectual vigour and spirit of enquiry remained undiminished to the end of his very long life, as can be seen from several surviving letters written after he was ninety. He was fully conscious of his continuing achievements in extreme old age, and nurtured them by a regime of outdoor exercise, careful diet and self-imposed limits on social activities. As the years went by, however, he realised the need to make suitable dispositions of his possessions; scientific books and journals were offered to appropriate institutions, and in 1964 Evans made a selection of personal writings, photographs and other material which, in bound or typescript form, he circulated among his family and friends: these appear at A.3, A.6 and C.6 in the present collection. It seems that he then destroyed his remaining papers; consequently, no personal records survive of his most important research findings, or of his consultative work for government and industry in the earlier part of his life, and the existing documents are essentially confined to those which accumulated after this major clear-out in the 1960s.
An exception to this is the material relating to Evans's tripartite consultancy with S. Rideal and his son E.K. (later Sir Eric) Rideal in 1912 (see B.2 - B.5). The remaining material in Section B has its interest in documenting Evans's lifelong concern - no doubt continuing that of his father Richardson Evans - for the conservation of the natural environment, whether by the use of windmills to replace or supplement fossil fuels, or by his somewhat less than practical scheme to foster economical and nutritious home baking which greatly occupied his time and tea parties in his last years (see B.17 - B.31 and introductory note).
Several of the letters in Section D refer to the considerable achievement of his publication in 1976 of the 'Second Supplementary Volume' of his major book 'Corrosion and oxidation of metals'. He was then eighty-seven, but continued to ask his correspondents for comments and additional references which he was assembling for use by a successor who would after his death compile a third supplement.



Obituary notice, The Times  CSAC 90/1/83/A.1  7 April 1980

Offprint of memoir by Sir Alan Cottrell and J.E.O. Mayne (Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 27, 1981).

Photographs of Evans, including group photographs with colleagues.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.2  n.d

'Memories - mostly non-metallurgical'.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.3  c1968

Related information: See note to A.6.

21 pp. duplicated typescript, originally written for 'The Metallurgist' and brought up to date (in 1968) for private circulation.

'Note on medical history'.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.4  n.d

Related information: See also C.4.

7 pp. typescript and ms., mainly on the efficacy of acid in the treatment of Evans's rheumatism.

Athletic activities  CSAC 90/1/83/A.5  1921-1937

Hardback notebook, inscribed 'Athletic Events from 1921'.
Some pages are torn from the front, and the first entry is 1922.
The book contains press-cuttings of cross-country matches, plans of runs, ms. notes of conditions and results by Evans, and invitation to act as starter in Varsity cross-country match, 1937.

Athletic activities  CSAC 90/1/83/A.6  c1964

'Outdoor activities'.
Vol. I of Evans's 'The Non-Scientific Efforts of a Scientist', privately printed, Cambridge, 1964.
This volume was presented to J.E.O. Mayne, with a ms. note added by Evans to the 'Introductory Letter'. It has kindly been made available by Dr. Mayne.
Evans intended that 'Volumes II and III will be available only in typescript - intended mainly for family purposes'. It seems likely that his 'Memories - mostly non-metallurgical' (A.3) constitutes 'Volume II' though this is not indicated on the typescript. Volume III is bound and inscribed as such; it is the detective story kindly made available by Mrs. A. Wilson (Evans's niece) and included at C.6.

Athletic activities  CSAC 90/1/83/A.7  n.d

Folder of 'Extracts from letters received from Recipients of Volume I'.

'Views in Tatra (Czecho-Slovakia) and Austria'.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.8  n.d

Album of photographs of climbing expeditions, almost all with identifications by Evans of places, dates, companions, weather, etc.

'Views in Dolomites and Lake District also Austrian Alps'.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.9  n.d

Album of photographs of climbing expeditions, almost all with identifications by Evans of places, dates, companions, weather, etc.

Miscellaneous items of biographical interest.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.10  1912; 1949; 1971

Letter to Evans from his sister, c. 1912.
Letter offering Evans post as analyst in 'a Steel Works', 1912.
Press-cutting re dinner to celebrate election to Fellowship of Royal Society, 1949.
Photocopy notice of award of 1971 Cavallaro Medal to Evans, 1971.

Miscellaneous items of biographical interest.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.11  1971; 1979

Program of the U.R. Evans International Conference on 'Localized Corrosion', held at Williamsburg, 6-10 December 1971. Includes miscellaneous biographical and bibliographical information.
Signed message of greeting from colleagues at 'Eurocor '77'.
Signatures of guests at Evans's 90th birthday party, 31 March 1979.

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY  CSAC 90/1/83/A.12-A.15  [n.d.]

KING'S COLLEGE  CSAC 90/1/83/A.12-A.14  [n.d.]

Miscellaneous correspondence on College affairs.
Several of the exchanges are requests for information about Kingsmen for the college obituary notices, which Evans's long connection with the college enabled him uniquely to provide.

King's College  CSAC 90/1/83/A.12  1966-68

King's College  CSAC 90/1/83/A.13  1969-72

Includes guest list for a lunch party given by the college for Evans's 80th birthday.

King's College  CSAC 90/1/83/A.14  1973-78


Miscellaneous correspondence, mainly invitations to various social functions at or arranged by the Department


Family correspondence, with nephews, nieces and their families  CSAC 90/1/83/A.16  1966-76

Not indexed.

Shorter correspondence with colleagues and departments re the loan or gift of books or journals  CSAC 90/1/83/A.17  1969-79.

Shorter personal correspondence.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.18  n.d

Not indexed.

Draft letter re Evans's proposed will, 1959.  CSAC 90/1/83/A.19  1959; 1974; 1978

Brief exchange with Evans's doctor, 1974, 1978.


Correspondence with societies and with individuals. In alphabetical order.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/A.20  1974-1976

Cambridge Civic Society 1976
Commons, Open Spaces and Footpaths Preservation Society 1974
Department of the Environment re traffic in the Lake District. 1974
See also correspondence with G.F. Peaker in A.22.
Dorking and Leith Hill Preservation Society 1976

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/A.21  1939-1978

John Evelyn Society for improving the amenities of Wimbledon.
The Society was founded by Richardson Evans (father of U.R. Evans). Folder includes correspondence with the Secretary of the Society 1977-78 with recollections of Wimbledon personalities and a commemorative article 'Someone to be thankful for' about the work of Richardson Evans by Philip Rathbone (grandson of Richardson and nephew of Ulick Evans) 1977
Also included here is a report, 1938-39, annotated by Evans, on the activities of 'The SCAPA Society' founded in 1893 by Richardson Evans as the 'Society for Checking the Abuses of Public Advertising'.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/A.22  1939-1975

The National Trust 1939
Peaker, G. F. 1973, 1975
Includes part of Peaker's evidence at enquiry into proposed relief road at Ambleside.
See also A.20.
Reading, 1971
Evans's carbon only, re Tree Lovers' Society.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/A.23  1971-1976

Schomberg, B. 1971-74
Personal correspondence, re pollution in the Cam, and Schamberg's concern about pollution in the Rhine. Includes various recollections of people and places.
Turner, T. H. 1974-76
Similar material on pollution and corrosion, including references to Schomberg.
Wilson, A. 1971



Hardbacked notebook.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.1  ?1908-1914

Main sequence is an undated series of experiments intended to measure the velocity of chemical action at various temperatures.
Pasted into rear of book is a smaller notebook recording experiments on catalytic reactions, with a ms. note inside front cover 'Experiments performed - account written about the beginning of 1908?'.
Also included are loose pages of experiments with chemical weed-killers, dated May 1914.

Correspondence and agreements re the consultancy with S. Rideal and E.K. (later Sir Eric) Rideal, which Evans embarked upon in 1912 (see Memoir, p.236).  CSAC 90/1/83/B.2-B.4  [n.d.]

The letters were received tightly folded in an envelope marked 'E.K.R. letters up to Sep. 1912'. Most of them are dated and some are paginated or annotated by Evans. They are sent from Aachen and Bonn, where Rideal was working under A. Fischer and Professor Anschutz respectively; his doctorate, obtained at Bonn in June 1912, was awarded the Gold Medal of the Bonn Society of Engineers

Letters April (one only)  CSAC 90/1/83/B.2  July 1912

List of chemicals and apparatus.
Includes original envelope.

Correspondence from Evans to E.K. Rideal, May-June. Most of these are cards and probably résumés of handwritten letters without carbons.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.3  1912

Included here is a letter from S. Rideal, May 1912, with offer of employment and conditions of work.

Correspondence and agreement  CSAC 90/1/83/B.4  1912-1913

Various draft, and signed final 'Proposed working agreement between S. Rideal, E.K. Rideal and U.R. Evans, 22 October 1912.'
Later agreement between S. Rideal and U.R. Evans, signed, dated 1 July 1913.

Soft-backed notebook inscribed 'Literature by E.K. Rideal and U.R. Evans'.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.5  nd

Few pages used, mostly in Evans' hand.

'Mineral Coatings. A novel principle in the control of corrosion wastage'.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.6  c1974

Typescript draft with considerable ms, emendation and correction. 38 pp. + 3 pp. references, latest date 1974.
Included here is a ms. draft, undated, of a letter to be sent to a few colleagues, accompanying the paper and inviting comments. In it, Evans says 'Publication is not contemplated. The research has, on the whole, been a failure, although the easy method of preparing specimens might be welcomed by some'.

ENERGY CONSERVATION  CSAC 90/1/83/B.7-B.16  [n.d.]

'Energy from the wind without the use of sails'.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.7  November 1977 and January 1978

Miscellaneous typescript and ms. drafts for a paper by Evans, with diagrams.

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.8  1973

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Bacon, F. T.
Correspondence on a wide range of problems and suggestions related to energy, showing Evans's continuing practical concern for research.

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.9  1975, 1976

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Bacon, F. T.
Correspondence on a wide range of problems and suggestions related to energy, showing Evans's continuing practical concern for research.
(One letter only)

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.10  1974-1976

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Baily, M. 1974
Bell, D. A. 1976
(Evans's carbons and press-cuttings only).

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.11  1974-75

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Cole, M.
On windmills.

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.12  1974-75

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Cottrell, A. H.
On wind-power; also enclosed is a letter from Evans to R. Eden on the subject.

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.13  1973-74

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Hundy, B. B
On the 'cycle-car'.

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.14  1974-1976

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Maddox, J. R. 1974
Marples, D. 1976
Evans's carbon only, describing energy conservation projects.

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.15  1973-1976

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Sibthorp, M. M. 1976
Stodhart, A. H. 1973

Correspondence on energy conservation, 1973-76  CSAC 90/1/83/B.16  1974-1975

Arrangement: In alphabetical order.

Wells, S. 1974
Evans's carbon only.
Wilson, A. 1974, 1975

NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIENCE  CSAC 90/1/83/B.17-B.31  [n.d.]

The material relates to Evans's belief that, by encouraging home baking on scientific principles, it would be possible both to improve nutrition and also to conserve energy. The idea - which became a dominant one in his last years - derived from his own experiments in baking bread and cakes on a small electric cooker in his kitchen and involved the use of reflecting panels to direct radiation on to the food being cooked. The clearest statement of his aims is perhaps the introduction to a paper on 'Some novel features of the Cambridge baking procedure', dated 31 January 1978, and now at B.20 which reads:
'During recent years a method for the home baking of bread and cake has been developed which aims at the reduction of energy consumption (and hence lowering of the electricity bill) as well as a lessening of claims of the cook's time. The present report seeks to show how this has been found possible by the application of scientific principles, mostly well established fifty years ago but always applied by those who design ovens or write cookery books'.
Evans's idea was in fact less practical than he imagined, deriving as it did from his use of a very small, obsolete model of cooker, the baking of tiny amounts or 'loaflets' as he called them, and, at a later stage in the project, the manipulation of steel shears to cut special liners or reflectors. It was in any case confined to electric cookers. Nevertheless, he contemplated patenting a device, and publishing a booklet on the subject perhaps with a co-author. Only five chapters of the proposed book survive (B 17) though at least eight appear to have been written; there are also various specifications for the design and patent (B.21) and some shorter writings (B 18-B.20)
The promotion of the idea gave rise to considerable correspondence with colleagues in science and industry on nutrition and food chemistry, with manufactures of domestic cooking appliances, with advisers on patenting and publication, and with members of his family and acquaintances who constituted his 'panel of tasters'. This correspondence is presented as a chronological sequence at B.22-B.31.

Drafts and papers by Evans  CSAC 90/1/83/B.17-B.21  [n.d.]

Drafts for Chapters 1-5 of proposed book.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.17  n.d

Photocopy of typescript with ms. corrections.
Chapter 1 Possible advantages of home baking.
Chapter 2 The energy requirements of baking.
Chapter 3 Claims on the cook's time.
Chapter 4 Fittings designed to obtain economy.
Chapter 5 Examples of baking procedures.

'Bread-making in a small electric oven'.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.18  3 June 1975

9 pp.

Typescript and ms. draft dated
This paper explains how Evans, at the age of 86, became interested in home baking and its improvement.

'Economy of power and time in home cooking of bread and cake'.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.19  5 April 1977.

10 pp

Typescript and ms. draft dated

'Novel features of the Cambridge baking procedure'.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.20  31 January 1978.

12 pp

Typescript and ms. draft and 1 p. diagrams

'An improved heating system for domestic Electrical Ovens'.  CSAC 90/1/83/B.21  1978

Various drafts, specifications and drawings for an invention to be patented under this title, February-May 1978. Some sent to, or revised by, S. C. Britton and J.E.O. Mayne and referred to in the correspondence below.

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.22-B.31  [n.d.]

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.22  1975

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.23  January-June 1976

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.24  July-September 1976

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.25  October-December 1976

Includes letters to N.R.D.C. on possible patenting of Evans's improved oven, and also on his metallic coating research.

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.26  January-April 1977

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.27  May-September 1977

Includes correspondence re publication projects.

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.28  October-December 1977

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.29  January-March 1978

Includes correspondence re provisional patent, and various drafts submitted to colleagues for comment.

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.30  April-June 1978

Similar material.

Correspondence and papers  CSAC 90/1/83/B.31  July 1978-February 1979

Similar material re patenting.


'Science, Prosperity and Human Happiness'.  CSAC 90/1/83/C.1  1931

Typescript and ms. draft for a work so titled, with Introduction, Chapters I - VII and Summary and Conclusions. In original folder.
With publisher's rejection letter (Edward Arnold & Company) returning the ms., 1931.

'Science, Prosperity and Human Happiness'.  CSAC 90/1/83/C.2  1931

Comments and correspondence on the book from G.S. Adair and G.F. Peaker

'A Scheme for Exchange Holidays'.  CSAC 90/1/83/C.3  1932

6 pp.typescript and ms. draft for article.
With letter of rejection from The Hiker and Camper, 1932.

'Some observations on the physical chemistry of rheumatism. By a patient'.  CSAC 90/1/83/C.4  1932

Related information: See also A.4.

73 pp.typescript and ms. draft, with a ms. note on the title page 'Written 1932'.

'Cloud-burst. A short story written by U.R. Evans in 1935 at Hofgastein, Austria, near the Water-fall'.  CSAC 90/1/83/C.5  1935

9 pp.duplicated typescript.

'Snap Up Your Chances. The Start of a Detective Career (being Vol. III of "Non-scientific Efforts of a Scientist")'.  CSAC 90/1/83/C.6  n.d

233 pp. typescript, bound in same format as A.6.


The correspondence, which dates mainly from Evans's later years, includes both personal and scientific material. It is presented as an alphabetical sequence, with terminal dates and a note of any content of particular biographical or professional interest.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.1  1967-71

Adair, G. S. 1971
Agar, J. 1967 (Evans's carbon only), 1970
Ansell, E. 1969

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.2  1968-77

Bacon, F. T. 1972-76
Mainly on fuel cells.
Bianchi, G. 1977
Bragg, W. L. 1968

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.3  1973-77

Brasunas, A. de S.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.4  1977

Brennert, S.
Recalling an incident in 1939 when Evans assisted Brennert's research.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.5  1973

Cairns, W. J.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.6  1976-77

Cambridge Philosophical Society 1976
Evans's carbon only re library provision in Cambridge.
Campbell, H. S. 1977
Re Chaudron, G. 1976-77
Correspondence with Chaudron's family and colleagues after his death.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.7  1967-71

Childs, E. C. 1967-68
Mainly Evans's carbons, on Cambridge University matters.
Cottrell, A. H. 1971

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.8  1975-1978

Dixon, K. 1967-78
Dougherty, J. 1975

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.9  1973; 1977; 1979

Eijnsbergen, J. F. H. v.
On various corrosion problems, and including research findings.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.10  1977-79

Feather, N. 1977
Evans's recollections of Rutherford.
Fink, F. W. 1979
Francesco, E. de 1976
Research on atmospheric corrosion.
Heitz, E. 1977
Evans's carbon only, with various personal reflexions.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.11  1967-75

Hoar, T. P.
Mainly scientific correspondence on research and publications, but includes a few letters re Hoar's retirement in 1975.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.12  1975-76

Hoey, C. E. 1976
Evans's carbon only, re his current research programme on metallic zinc paints.
Honegger, E. 1975-76

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.13  1966-70

Hughes, 1967
Evans's carbon only.
Hutton, R. S. 1968-70
Hyde, A. 1966
On research at Cambridge.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.14  1967-1979

Kaesche, 1979
Evans's draft only. He was then 90, but still reading and planning research.
Knights, L. C. 1967
Evans's carbon only.
Kruger, J. 1974-75, 1978
Includes recollections of Leif Tronstad.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.15  1979

La Que, F.
Mainly comments arising from a publication by La Que. Includes recollections of early work on corrosion.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.16  1959-1978

Lawther, P. J. 1959
Evans's carbon only, on atmospheric pollution.
Lessing, R. 1961
Lobry de Bruyn, C. A. 1973-78

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.17  1974-1976

McCafferty, 1974
Evans's carbon only.
Maitland, 1974
Evans's carbon only, suggesting experiments for paint research.
Mann, F. G. 1976
Recollections of Rutherford, Kapitza, etc.
Mansfeld, F. 1976
Evans's carbon only, on problems of electrochemical research.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.18  1966-72

Mayne, J. E. O.
Mayne was a colleague of Evans, and a close neighbour in his last years. Partly because of this proximity, there are several gaps in the correspondence.
The material includes comments on research projects, and on papers submitted for publication in the British Corrosion Journal.
Includes correspondence, 1968-69, on the establishment by Mayne of a Corrosion Research Fund at Cambridge to support research and teaching in metallic corrosion and related fields (see Cottrell and Mayne, Memoir, p.239).

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.19  1973-76

Mayne, J. E. O.
Mayne was a colleague of Evans, and a close neighbour in his last years. Partly because of this proximity, there are several gaps in the correspondence.
The material includes comments on research projects, and on papers submitted for publication in the British Corrosion Journal.
Includes correspondence, 1974, re the disposition of Evans's library of scientific books and journals; correspondence 1976 re copies of his early reprints; correspondence February 1976 re paper by Mayne and S. Turgoose on 'Flade Potential of Iron' which was the first publication arising from work financed by the Corrosion Research Fund.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.20  1977-78

Mayne, J. E. O.
Mayne was a colleague of Evans, and a close neighbour in his last years. Partly because of this proximity, there are several gaps in the correspondence.
The material includes comments on research projects, and on papers submitted for publication in the British Corrosion Journal.
Includes letter, 13 March 1978, in which Evans explains his decision to do no further corrosion experiments of his flat and to concentrate his efforts on fuel economy and home baking.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.21  1969-1974

Needham, J. 1969
Evans's carbon only.
Oatley, W. 1973
Evans's carbon only, including recollections of early research.
Okada, H. 1974
Re Japan Society of Corrosion Engineering.
Okamoto, 1973
Evans's carbon only.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.22  1970-1976

Page, C. L. 1970-71
Phipps, B. 1976
On research papers by F. Mansfeld.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.23  1973-75

Pourbaix, M. J. N.
Pourbaix was at the relevant period Managing Director of Cebelcor (Centre belge d'Étude de la Corrosion).
The correspondence deals with research, publications, conferences, etc., as well as biographical material.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.24  1976-79

Pourbaix, M. J. N.
Pourbaix was at the relevant period Managing Director of Cebelcor (Centre belge d'Etude de la Corrosion).
The correspondence deals with research, publications, conferences, etc., as well as biographical material.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.25  1968-1977

Rayner, N. 1970
On 'bronze disease'.
Rideal, E. K. 1968, 1970
Correspondence 1968 is re colloid science at Cambridge; 1970 correspondence is Evans's letter of congratulation for Rideal's 80th birthday dinner.
Rosenfeld, I. L. 1977
Evans's carbon only.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.26  1969-1979

Sato, N. 1973, 1974
Schikorr, G. 1971-74
Shibata, T. 1979
Evans's carbon only.
Shorne, 1969, 1975
Evans's carbons only.
Shorter, J. 1977
Recollections of H.O. Jones.
Sircar, S. C. 1974

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.27  1974-78

Staehle, R. W.
On research and publications.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.28  1960-1974

Stone, 1967
Evans's carbon only, on paint research.
Sutherland, G. B. B. M. 1960
Talati, J. D. 1977
Evans's carbon only.
Taylor, C. A. J. 1974
Evans's carbon only, re research carried out jointly with Taylor.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.29  1972-1979

Taylor, G. I. 1972
Evans's carbon only.
Teresa, R. N. 1979
Invitation to initiate a lecture course at newly-formed Carrosion Research Group, University of Mexico. Evans was then ninety.
Theiler, F. 1973

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.30  1978

Uhlig, H. H.

Correspondence  CSAC 90/1/83/D.31  1973-1976

Winterbottom, A. B. 1973, 1975
Wranglén, G. 1974
Young, E. 1976
On the dangers of nuclear war.

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