Robert Selkirk Bothwell fonds

Title: Bothwell, Robert Selkirk

Date(s) of creation: 1926-1984

Physical description: 15 boxes and 5 audio-cassette tapes

Admin. history/Biographical sketch: Professor of history

Scope and content: Personal records of Robert Bothwell, including notes for his doctoral thesis on Loring Christie (Harvard University, 1972); drafts of "The Great Brain Robbery" (1983); manuscript (1966-1967) for "Development and Diversion, 1945-1968" by Bothwell and Michael S. Cross, [Volume VI of Historical Documents in Canada Series, which was cancelled by Macmillan]; drafts of "The Guzenko Transcripts", by Bothwell and J. L. Granatstein; research material for "Eldorado: Canada's National Uranium Company, 1926-1960", including notes of interviews and cassette audiotapes with accompanying transcripts of interviews (1980-1981) and drafts of the manuscript; notes of other interviews (1983); course notes, term papers and memorabilia for high school, undergraduate and graduate education; addresses and reviews; correspondence, course outlines and lecture notes for history courses (1978-1981); Canadian Historical Review correspondence; photographs of family members and of Eldorado's mining facilities at Port Radium, Saskatchewan (1981).

Access/Use: Restricted Personal correspondence restricted during lifetime of Donor; interviews are restricted during the lifetimes of the interviewees.

Finding aids: Handwritten box list

Corresponding accessions: B1984-0013, B1981-0040, B1981-0032, B1981-0025, B1979-0055.

Accession number: B1984-0024