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Sidney Topol Papers, 1944-2010
50 boxes (73 linear feet)
Collection number: MS 374

Abstract:
An innovator and entrepreneur, Sidney Topol was a contributor to several key developments in the telecommunications industries in the latter half of the twentieth century. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts (1947) and an engineer and executive at Raytheon and later Scientific-Atlanta, Topol's expertise in microwave systems led to the development of the first effective portable television relay links, allowing broadcasts from even remote areas, and his foray into satellite technologies in the 1960s provided the foundation for building the emerging cable television industry, permitting the transmission of transoceanic television broadcasts. Since retiring in the early 1990s, Topol has been engaged in philanthropic work, contributing to the educational and cultural life in Boston and Atlanta.

The product of a pioneer in the telecommunications and satellite industries and philanthropist, this collection contains a rich body of correspondence and speeches, engineering notebooks, reports, product brochures, and photographs documenting Sidney Topol's forty year career as an engineer and executive. The collection offers a valuable record of Topol's role in the growth of both corporations, augmented by a suite of materials stemming from Topol's tenure as Chair of the Electronic Industries Association Advanced Television Committee (ATV) in the 1980s and his service as Co-Chair of a major conference on Competitiveness held by the Carter Center in 1988.

Terms of Access and Use:

Access to boxes 38 and 39 is restricted until 2022.

Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries

Biographical Note
Sidney Topol

Sidney Topol

A pioneer in satellite technologies and entrepreneurial leader of Scientific-Atlanta, Sidney Topol's career spanned the nuclear age and space age and helped spur the globalization of telecommunication. His work on microwave systems with Raytheon in the 1950s and with satellite in the 1960s and 1970s helped lay the foundation for overseas broadcasting and made the cable television industry into a practical reality.

Born on Dec. 28, 1924, the son of Polish immigrants, Topol was a first generation American raised in a hard-working family in Dorchester. After an exceptional education at the Boston Latin School, and not yet 17 years old, Topol enrolled at Massachusetts State College in 1941 with the intention of studying chemistry, although Pearl Harbor changed that before his first semester had ended. Shortly after turning 18, he enlisted for service in the Army Air Corps and won admittance into a highly selective program to train meteorologists at the University of Michigan. When that program became over-enrolled just four months later, he chose to become a communications officer and was asked to join an elite group accepted into the radar school at Harvard and MIT, where he learned the details of every airborne radar known at the time. His stint in the Air Corps included nearly a year as a telephone officer in Tokyo and Nagoya, Japan, where he was introduced to point to point microwave, and established a solid foundation for his future career.

With the credits he had earned in the service, Topol completed his BS in physics at the University of Massachusetts after only one more semester, and he was immediately hired by the Naval Research Laboratory as a Physicist. Assigned to a pioneering project on helical antennas working out of the radiation lab, Topol thrived at work, but after only two years in Washington, he decided to pursue a graduate degree under Samuel Silver, formerly of MIT but now at the University of California Berkeley. He realized quickly, however, that he enjoyed work more than study, and in 1949, he accepted an offer with Raytheon in Newton, Mass., to work on antenna design, making use of both the radar and antenna training he had received in the military.

Raytheon was an industry leader in communications technology, and Topol soon was author of several patents in antennas, including one that became the standard transportable radar used by NATO. He switched to point to point microwave design in about 1950, having gotten bored with antennas, and became a project engineer for a portable television relay link for electronic news gathering (ENG), and his work had strong implications for transmission in color and for the beginnings of standardization in the industry. The portable link was introduced at the National Association of Broadcasters convention in 1953.

Topol rose quickly at Raytheon, become Engineering Manager and then Director of Marketing for Raytheon-Europe, where he helped form Selenia Telecommunications, a highly-profitable joint venture in microwave technologies with Fin Mecannica, winning an early contract to build a microwave radar network to tie together the radars in Sweden. After several years working as General Manager for Selenia in Rome, he returned to the United States in 1965 to become General Manager of the Communications Division in Norwood, Mass.

Raytheon had begun work on satellite communications in the aftermath of Sputnik, and although he had begun thinking about satellites while in Europe, the technologies were still evolving. At Norwood, Topol helped oversee construction of the first global-scale "earth station" satellite dishes for the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (INTELSAT), which bounced voice and television transmissions off of stationary orbiting satellites as a means of distributing the signal around the world. The earth stations allowed, for the first time, the transmission of transoceanic television broadcasts without the need for relay links, much less wire connections.

In 1971, Topol was lured away from Raytheon to join a small, twenty-year old telecommunications manufacturing firm in Georgia, Scientific-Atlanta. Given "free rein and the ability to make decisions" autonomously, Topol was able to focus his attention on communications technology, rather than the military applications that were core activities at Raytheon. Drawing on his expertise in satellite systems, Topol recognized an opportunity in the cable television industry, allowing cable companies to use satellite links to deliver content ranging from uncut films to sports broadcasts, but also an opportunity to develop television receiving equipment. By stepping up production of earth stations, he helped make satellite communication cost effective for cable companies, using "forward pricing" -- selling dishes for what they would cost when the economy of scale kicked in rather than the actual cost of production -- he helped spur investment in his approach. During his 19 years with Scientific-Atlanta, Topol oversaw the expansion of the firm from $16 million in sales to over $600 million, due in large part to his success in strategically positioning the company to become a global force in the satellite and cable television industries. As President (1971-1983), CEO (1975-1987), Chairman of the Board (1978-1990), and Director (1971-1997), Topol was instrumental in the merger of cable and satellite, which along with programming developed by HBO and the development of transportable earth stations developed by TelePrompTer an manufactured by Scientific-Atlanta, helped establish satellite-delivered television for the cable industry.

Deeply involved with professional and community organizations, Topol was a key figure involved in the jockeying over the introduction of High Definition Television (HDTV) and was Chair of the Electronic Industries Association Advanced Television Committee (ATV) during the late 1980s and early 1990s. He was asked to serve as co-Chair with Ann McLaughlin (former Secretary of Labor) and Jimmy Carter for the Conference on Competitiveness at the Carter Center in Atlanta (1988), and he was Chair of the Massachusetts Telecommunications Council (1993-1995). He slowly retired from Scientific-Atlanta in the 1980s and early 1990s, but was lured into becoming Director and Vice Chairman of Monitor Television Inc. (1991) before settling into a firmer retirement. Even then, he founded the Topol Group LLC, a consulting and investment firm, and expanding his charitable giving, supporting education and peace initiatives in the Middle East, among many other causes.

During his long career, Topol received many awards for his work as an innovator and entrepreneur in the satellite and cable industries, as well as for his philanthropic work. He has been awarded the Corporate Leadership Award by MIT (1980), the Vanguard Award by the National Cable Television Association (1980), the Polly Dunn Award of the Southern Cable Television Association (1991); he was an honoree of the Walter Kaitz Foundation of New York (1991) and of Women in Cable (1990); and he was awarded the Medal of Honor of the Electronic Industries Association (1989), the Association's highest award. Named Man of the Year by Boston Latin School (1982), he was also cited as Executive of Year by the College of Business Administration at the University of Georgia (1989), and is a member of the Satellite Hall of Fame (1991). His alma mater has recognized him with its Alumni Award from the School of Management (1990) and with an honorary doctorate (1985).

Scope and contents of the collection

The product of a pioneer in the telecommunications and satellite industries and philanthropist, this collection contains a rich body of correspondence and speeches, engineering notebooks, reports, product brochures, and photographs documenting Sidney Topol's forty year career as an engineer and executive. At Raytheon and Scientific-Atlanta, Topol's insights into communications technologies and his business acumen were instrumental in building modern television broadcasting and the merger of satellite and cable television. The collection offers a valuable record of Topol's role in the growth of both corporations, augmented by a suite of materials stemming from Topol's tenure as Chair of the Electronic Industries Association Advanced Television Committee (ATV) in the 1980s and his service as Co-Chair of a major conference on Competitiveness held by the Carter Center in 1988. Since retiring from corporate life in the 1990s, Topol has been active in philanthropic work in Atlanta, Boston, and Washington, D.C.

The records for Topol's years at Raytheon and Scientific-Atlanta are relatively robust, providing insight into Topol's strategic thinking with regard to the development of satellite communications, cable television, and High Definition Television (HDTV). At Raytheon, Topol was a key figure in the development of microwave systems and in the installation of 100 foot earth stations for Intelsat, which became the major gateway for traffic to satellites and which allowed, for the first time, live television coverage in the United States from overseas.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

Access to boxes 38 and 39 is restricted until 2022.

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Sidney Topol Papers (MS 374). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

History of the Collection

Gift of Sidney Topol, 1994-2010.

Processing Information

Processed by Linda Seidman, Jared Crellin, Jim Cundy, Heather Perkins, and Anne Marie-Tatem, 1994.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Special Collections and University Archives
W.E.B. Du Bois Library
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst, MA 01003-9275

Phone: (413) 545-2780
Fax: (413) 577-1399
Link to SCUA
Language
English

Series Descriptions
1962-1997
1 box

Materials relating to Sidney Topol's life and activities, including his vitae, newsclippings, interviews, and a transcript of an oral history conducted by E. Stratford Smith for the National Cable Center and Museum (1990-1991). This series also contains a handful of talks, presentations, and short articles by Topol, arranged chronologically (1972-1991), including transcripts of his testimony before congressional subcommittees on behalf of the electronics industry regarding high definition television (1988); his talk as recipient of the Electronic Industries Association's Medal of Honor (1989); and the Palmer lecture at Penn State University on Post-broadcast telection (1990).

1951-1996
10 boxes

Business and professional correspondence beginning during Topol's days as a project engineer at Raytheon, when he shepherded the development of electronic news gathering equipment, and extending through his later positions with the company developing the European market General Manager of the Communications Division, through his days as President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board at Scientific-Atlanta, spearheading its role as a leader in the cable and satellite television industry.

Additional correspondence can be found in Series 3 (Subject Files), Series 4 (Raytheon), Series 6 (EIA/HDTV), and Series 7 (Carter Center), as well as in the Board of Directors files in Series 5 (Scientific-Atlanta).

This series is arranged chronologically by year, with an annual list of correspondents as kept in notebooks by Topol's office staff. In some years letters were kept separately from telexes and memoranda.

1967-1995
14 boxes

Dating primarily from the mid-1980s to 1992, the subject files reflect the varied interests and activities of Sidney Topol during the years when he might be considered a statesman of the telecommunications industry. These files include materials pertaining to his leadership on trade missions to China and the Soviet Union, as well as his role as advisor to the federal government agencies on legislation and policy regarding international competitiveness and trade. Some files document his political activities in both an advisory and supporting role and occasionally, as in the noted Renaissance Weekends, in a social role.

The series also includes files relating to Topol's participation in industry associations such as the Electronic Industries Association and National Cable Television Association, and his commitments to education, as a participant in the Education Summit (1989), and as a member of the board for a number of institutions and programs, and as a participant in a wide array of conferences and symposia, including his stint as a Fellow at Harvard's Center for Business and Government at the Kennedy School of Government.

Finally, the subject files document Topol's contributions to the business, civic, and cultural life in both Atlanta and Boston, as well as the honors and awads he received during his career.

1950-1974
1 box

Beginning with Topol's earliest days at Raytheon, this series includes a series of engineering notebooks, correspondence, proposals, reports, product brochures, and calendars documenting his work in Europe and the United States.

Additional materials documenting some of the more important products developed by Topol at Raytheon, as well as photographs from various stages of his career there, are located in Series 8, while Series 2 contains most of his professional correspondence from this period.

1960-1997
13 boxes

Records of Topol's work as an executive with Scientific-Atlanta, including Annual reports (1960-1995), Board of Directors meeting materials (1971-1997), minutes of meetings, supporting documents, correspondence, reports and financial reports, and records of three committees: the Human Resources and Compensation (1985-1989), Pension Investment (1989, 1993), and the Audit Committee (1983-1995). In addition to a series of documents used in strategic planning (1980-1994), the collection includes a set of report by McKinsey and Co. on corporate opportunities and priorities (1982).

Two boxes of materials that are restricted until 2022 include information on executive compensation. Other materials in the collection relating to Topol's time at Scientific-Atlanta can be found in Series 3 (Subject files) and Series 2 (Correspondence)

1985-1994
2 boxes

Files from Topol's period as Cahir of the Electronic Industries Association HDTV Committee, including correspondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports, newsclippings, newsletters, drafts of reply comments to the Federal Communications Commission regarding the implementation of advanced tele4vision in the United States (1992), and related materials.

1979-1989
2 boxes

Topol's files as Co-Chair of a conference on competitiveness held by the Carter Center in 1988. The series includes planning materials, correspondence, conference papers and publications, and related materials. Participants included Roy Ash, Aden Bement Jr., Derek Bok, Richard E. Cavanaugh, Michael Dertouzos, Joseph Duffey, William Farley, Robert W. Galvin, C. Jackson Grayson Jr., George N. Hatsopoulos, Matina S. Horner, Mel Levine, Alan Magazine, Albert Shanker, Lawrence Summers, Brian Turner, Laura D'Andrea Tyson, Paul Volcker, An Wang, and Murray Weidenbaum.

1944-1992
2 boxes

In addition to photographs of Topol taken for publicity purposes, the series includes two albums of photographs documenting important Raytheon products developed by Topol: the PTRL, the first ENG Mode, System Testing (1951-1953) and the KTR Microwave Relay System equipment (ca.1956). Other photographs from Topol's time at Raytheon include some images from Selenia in Italy and Capdo, the Communications Division in Norwood, Mass.

Among the photographs from Topol's time at Scientific-Atlanta are ones that document a visit from Senator Sam Nunn and others, signing an order with William J. Bresnan of TelePrompTer (1977), a press conference held at Nieman Marcus when a Scientific-Atlanta earth station was the premier offering in the Christmas Catalogue (1979), trips to China (1980 and 1985), and White House briefing session meetings with President Ronald Reagan and Vice President George Bush.

The series also includes videotapes of interviews with Topol, speeches and presentations, and awards events, several that relate to Scientific-Atlanta or the cable television industry, and an audiotape of panel discussion concerning HDTV and competitiveness.

Contents List
Series 1. Biographical
1962-1997
1 box

Vita, biographical data
1980-1997

Box 1:BB1
Interview in Georgia Trend
1989

Box 1:BB2
Oral history, conducted by E. Stratford Smith for the National Cable Center and Museum
1990-1991

Box 1:BB3
Interview: "Leading the charge at the Massachusetts Telecommunications Council," Mass High Tech
1993

Box 1:BB4
Rickert, David, "Scientific Atlanta," Harvard Business School
1979

Box 1:BB5
Cook, Dennis, "The impact of satellite technology on cable TV"
1990

Box 1:BB6
Beakley, G. W., "Overview of commercial satellite communications"
1979

Box 1:BB5
Newsclippings
1962-1978

Box 1:BB8
Newsclippings
1979

Box 1:BB9
Newsclippings
1980

Box 1:BB10
Newsclippings
1981-1985

Box 1:BB11
Newsclippings
1986-1989

Box 1:BB12
Newsclippings
1990-1997

Box 1:BB13
"Key articles, Scientific-Atlanta"
1965-1991

Box 1:BB14
Trends and directions: cable TV and satellite
undated

Box 1:BB15
Remarks at annual shareholders meeting, Scientific-Atlanta
1972

Box 1:BB16
Remarks at annual shareholders meeting, Scientific-Atlanta
1973

Box 1:BB17
"Applications of space technology to communications, earth resources and meteorological satellite ground stations"
1974

Box 1:BB18
"Industry trends and economic directions in satellite communications"
1974

Box 1:BB19
"Communications in the wired city," IEEE Communication Systems and Technical Conference
1974

Box 1:BB20
"Industry trends and economic directions in satellite communications"
1976

Box 1:BB21
Meeting notes, New Court Securities Corporation, New York
1976

Box 1:BB22
"Upward trends in telecommunications, marketing and finance"
1976

Box 1:BB23
Scientific-Atlanta Boston Stockbrokers Club
1976 Oct. 11

Box 1:BB24
"The growth and future of satellite communications"
ca.1977

Box 1
"New communications and control products for the home"
ca.1977

Box 1
Atlanta Society of Financial Analysts
1978

Box 1
"Small earth station satellite communications in the USA," International Astronautical Congress
1979

Box 1
Tsai and Co., New York
1979

Box 1
Georgia Tech Colloquium on Strategic Planning
1980

Box 1
Presentation and discussion, New York Society of Security Analysts
1981

Box 1
"The cable satellite connection for entertainment and business," International Association of Satellite Users
1981

Box 1
Trends and directions
ca.1982

Box 1
Southern Technical Institute commencement
1982

Box 1
"Trends for the future -- satellite and cable television," Financial Times Conferences on World Telecommunications, London
1983

Box 1
Tsai Forum discussion, New Yrpl
1984 Nov. 28

Box 1
Federal Reserve group, Atlanta (presentation)
1985

Box 1
"Learning from the past and looking into the future," Small Earth Station Symposium, Intelsat Headquarters, Washington, D.C.
1987

Box 1
New York Society of Security Analysts
1987

Box 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science
1988

Box 1
"Tied aid credit issue," foreword by Sidney Topol
1989

Box 1
Statement before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance
1988 Sept. 7

Box 1
"Consumer electronics, HDTV, and the competitiveness of the US economy," preface by Sidney Topol
1989

Box 1
Electronic Industries Association Medal of Honor
1989

Box 1
Palmer Lecture: "Post-broadcast television," Penn State University
1990

Box 1
High definition television (some thoughts)
1992 Feb. 1

Box 1
"Satellite television's global impact," CFIA Communications Seminar
1990 Oct. 29

Box 1
Marconi Council
1990

Box 1
Satel Conseil, Parts 1 and 2
1990

Box 1
Kaitz Foundation dinner
1991 Sept. 25

Box 1
Video Outlook (Cable labs)
1991

Box 1
"Satellite communications -- still emerging," Microwave Journal (editorial)
Undated

Box 1
Series 2. Correspondence
1951-1996
10 boxes

Correspondence
1951-1962

Box 2
Correspondence
1963-1971

Box 2
Correspondence
1972-1976

Box 4
Correspondence
1976-1977

Box 5
Correspondence
1978

Box 6
Correspondence
1978-1980

Box 7
Correspondence
1980

Box 8
Correspondence
1980-1982

Box 9
Correspondence
1982-1985

Box 10
Correspondence
1985-1990

Box 11
Series 3. Subject files
1967-1995
14 boxes

Ace Awards
1988

Box 12:124
ACTV
1991

Box 12:125
Addresses/lists
1992

Box 12:126
Advanced Communications Engineering, Inc. (ADCOM)
1987

Box 12:127
Advanced Television Systems (ATS) Workshop, Paris, France
1992

Box 12:128
Alexander, Cecil
1991

Box 12:129
Algeria
1982-1985

Box 12:130
Alpha Industries, Inc.
1992

Box 12:131
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1991

Box 12:132
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Forum
1988

Box 12:133
American Business Conference
1988

Box 12:134
American Business Conference
1988

Box 12:135
American Business Conference, Washington, D.C.
1988

Box 12:136
American Business Conference
1989

Box 12:137
American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Conference
1990

Box 12:138
American Jewish Committee
1991

Box 12:139
American Marketing Association
1986

Box 12:140
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
1988

Box 12:141
American Vocational Association
1985

Box 12:142
Annenberg Washington Program Forum
1989

Box 12:143
Apple Corps, Inc.
1984

Box 12:144
Ashoka
1991

Box 12:145
Ashoka
1992

Box 12:146
Aspen Institute
1992

Box 12:147
Aspen Institute
1992

Box 12:148
Aspen Institute
1992

Box 12:149
Aspen Institute
1992

Box 12:150
Association for Corporate Growth
1979

Box 12:151
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce trip
1987

Box 12:152
Atlanta District Export Council
1979-1987

Box 12:153
Atlanta Partnership of Business and Education
1990

Box 12:154
Atlanta Partnership of Business and Education, Science and Technology Committee
1988-1989

Box 12:155
Australia
1983-1986

Box 13:156
Baptist meeting
1983

Box 13:157
Barry College visit
1983

Box 13:158
BICC, David Booth visit
1983

Box 13:159
Bloch dinner
1989

Box 13:160
Boston Ballet
1991

Box 13:161
Boston Latin School
1984-1990

Box 13:162
Boston Latin School
1991

Box 13:163
Boston Latin School
1991

Box 13:164
Boston Latin School
1991-1992

Box 13:165
Boston University
1990

Box 13:166
Bretton Woods Committee Governors' Meeting
1989

Box 13:167
Cable News Network (CNN)
1989

Box 13:168
CablePAC
1991

Box 13:169
Cable Summit Conference
1984

Box 13:170
Cable Television Administration and Marketing Society, Inc. (CTAM)
1986

Box 13:171
Cable Television Administration and Marketing Society, Inc. (CTAM)
1986

Box 13:172
Card and gift lists
1989-1992

Box 13:173
Carnegie Foundation
1992

Box 13:174
Carter Center of Emory University
1987-1988

Box 13:175
Carter Center, "Middle East Consultation: A look to the future"

Box 13:176
Carter Center, Board of Councilors
1987-1990

Box 13:177
Carter Center
1990-1991

Box 13:178
Carter Center, USSR television
1991

Box 13:179
Carter Center
1992

Box 13:180
Casey, William (CIA) breakfast
1986

Box 13:181
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
1988

Box 13:182
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
1989

Box 13:183
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
1990

Box 13:184
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS): Quadrangular Forum
1990

Box 13:185
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
1991

Box 13:186
Chief Executive Officers' School (IBM)
1982

Box 13:187
CEO Forum
1982

Box 14:188
CEO Forum
1982

Box 14:189
Certificate in Management Program
1986

Box 14:190
Chase Manhattan luncheon
1980

Box 14:191
China trip
1977

Box 14:192
China trip: Electronic Industries Association (EIA) press releases
1977

Box 14:193
China (People's Republic): visit to Scientific-Atlanta
1978, 1987

Box 14:194
China (People's Republic): SATCOM
1979

Box 14:195
China (People's Republic): trip with Governor George Busbee
1980

Box 14:196
China trip
1985

Box 14:197
China: WJS
1986

Box 14:198
Christmas cards
1991

Box 14:199
City of Hope dinner: Sidney Topol
1989

Box 14:200
Clark Atlanta University Board of Trustees
1988-1989

Box 14:201
Clark Atlanta University Business School Advisory Board
1980/1989

Box 14:202
Clark Atlanta University
1990

Box 14:203
Clark Atlanta University
1991

Box 14:204
Clark Atlanta University
1991

Box 14:205
Clark Atlanta University
1991

Box 14:206
Clark Atlanta University
1991

Box 14:207
Clearpoint Research Foundation
1989

Box 14:208
College recruiting
1984

Box 14:209
Commerce Department
1989

Box 14:210
Committee of 200
1986

Box 14:211
Communications and Information Conference
1990

Box 14:212
Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT)
1980-1987

Box 14:213
Community Antenna Television Association (CATA)
1985

Box 14:214
Comoros
1986-1988

Box 14:215
Conference Board Southeastern
1982

Box 14:216
Conference Board Inc.
1990

Box 14:217
Conference for Senior Executives of High Tech Companies
1989

Box 14:218
Consulting
1991

Box 14:219
Conte, Silvio O. dinner, UMass Amherst
1987

Box 14:220
Contel Board of Directors
1984

Box 14:221
Council of Competitiveness
1988-1989

Box 14:222
Council of Competitiveness
1990-1991

Box 14:223
Cowen and Company: meeting
1985

Box 14:224
Cowen and Company: Computer and Telecommunications Industry Conference
1986

Box 14:225
Cowen and Company: Doral Country Club
1987

Box 14:226
Cox Cable: Managers meeting
1982

Box 14:227
D.C. connections
1991

Box 14:228
Defense. Task Force on Foreign Ownership
1988-1990

Box 15:229
Democratic Leadership Council
1986

Box 15:230
Democratic Leadership Council: Dallas
1986

Box 15:231
Democratic Leadership Council: Fall Conference
1989

Box 15:232
Democratic National Committee: Democratic Business Council
1988

Box 15:233
Democratic National Committee: Democratic Business Council
1988

Box 15:234
Democratic National Committee: Democratic Business Council
1989

Box 15:235
Democratic National Committee: Democratic Business Council
1990

Box 15:236
Democratic National Convention
1988

Box 15:237
Ditchley Conference
1989

Box 15:238
Dowden Center Advisory Board
1990

Box 15:239
Dowden Center dedication: University of Georgia visit
1990

Box 15:240
DVS Visit
1982

Box 15:242
Eastern Cable TV Trade Show
1983

Box 15:243
Eastern Cable TV Trade Show: Atlanta
1985

Box 15:244
Eastern show: Southern Cable Television Association (SCTA) presentation
1987-1990

Box 15:245
East-West Trade Policy Center
1987-1990

Box 15:246
East-West Trade Policy Center: Conference
1988

Box 15:247
East-West Trade Policy Center: Workshop and luncheon
1989

Box 15:248
Eckman, Ray: Retirement parties
1986

Box 15:249
Economic Development, Atlanta/Teacher Business Roundtable
1987

Box 15:250
Edelson Technology Associates
1980

Box 15:251
Education
1988-1989

Box 15:252
Education Summit
1988

Box 15:253
Education Summit
1989

Box 15:254
Educational Television Advisory Committee
1981-1982

Box 15:255
Electronic Industries Association (EIA)
1982, 1987

Box 15:256
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Board of Governors
1988

Box 15:257
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Spring conference
1988

Box 15:258
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Telecommunications Industry Association Board of Directors
1988

Box 15:259
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): ATV Multiport Receiver Subcommittee
1988-1989

Box 15:260
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Spring conference
1989

Box 15:261
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Exports talk
1989

Box 15:262
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Medal of Honor
1989

Box 15:263
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Spring conference
1990

Box 16:264
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Telecommunications Industry Association meeting
1990

Box 16:265
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Consumer electronics show (Sidney Topol key note address)
1991

Box 16:266
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Telecommunications Industry Association Board of Governors
1991

Box 16:267
Electronic Industries Association (EIA): Board of Governors
1992

Box 16:268
Electronic Industries Foundation
1991

Box 16:269
Electronics and Aerospace Systems Conference (EASCON)
1981

Box 16:270
ELTA
1986

Box 16:271
Emmy Award, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
1982

Box 16:272
Emory University Business School
1976-1986

Box 16:273
Emory University Board of Visitors
1979-1986

Box 16:274
Emory University Business School: National Dialogue Series
1983

Box 16:275
Emory University Business School: Task Force on Computers Advisory Board
1986-1987

Box 16:276
Emory University Business School Club breakfast meeting
1987

Box 16:277
Emory University Business School: John Robson lunch
1987

Box 16:278
Emory University Business School Center for Leadership and Career Studies
1989-1991

Box 16:279
Emory University Business School Dean's Advisory Council
1989-1991

Box 16:281
Emory University Business School CCLC CEO Leadership workshop
1991

Box 16:282
Employee breakfast meetings
1983-1987

Box 16:283
European trip
1986

Box 16:284
Export-Import Bank of the United States: Advisory Committee
1989

Box 16:285
Export-Import Bank of the United States: Conference for Bankers and Exporters
1989

Box 16:286
Export-Import Bank of the United States visit
1988

Box 16:287
Export-Import Bank of the United States: Advisory Committee, Subcommittee on Competitiveness of Export Financing
1989

Box 16:288
Export NOW Advisory Committee
1988

Box 16:289
Export NOW Advisory Committee
1989

Box 16:290
Export PAC Promotion Board
1983

Box 16:291
Federal Reserve Bank
1985

Box 16:292
Federal Reserve Bank conference
1991-1992

Box 16:293
Feldstein, Martin: luncheon
1981

Box 16:294
Financial contracts
1987

Box 16:295
Financial Times conference
1983

Box 16:296
First Atlanta: Board
1991

Box 17:297
First Boston: High tech conference
1985

Box 17:298
First Liberty Institute
1990-1991

Box 17:299
Food Marketing Convention
1987

Box 17:300
Forbes article (by Chakravarty)
1982

Box 17:301
Fowler, Blair
1985

Box 17:302
Frazer, Mel and Associates
1980

Box 17:303
Gabon
1986-1987

Box 17:304
GATT
1989

Box 17:305
General Cinema: Richard Smith
1983

Box 17:306
General Electric
1977

Box 17:307
Georgia Association of Broadcasters
1982

Box 17:308
Georgia Education Leadership Academy
1988

Box 17:309
Georgia Military College
1987-1988

Box 17:310
Georgia Southern: Presentation
1989

Box 17:311
Georgia State: Executive MBA class
1984

Box 17:312
Georgia Tech
1990

Box 17:313
Georgia Tech: Colloquium on Strategic Planning
1980

Box 17:314
Givens, Will (articles)
1979-1980

Box 17:315
Global Broadcasting Foundation
1987

Box 17:316
Golden Jubilee Commission in Telecommunications
1985

Box 17:317
Goldman-Sachs
1990

Box 17:318
Golf outing: Scientific-Atlanta
1982

Box 17:319
Governor's International Award
1980

Box 17:320
Griffin Corporation
1977-1979

Box 17:321
Haifa University proposal
Undated

Box 17:322
Handy Associates
1980-1982

Box 17:323
Harris, Burt
1992

Box 17:324
Harvard Business School
1973-1984

Box 17:325
Harvard Business School: Address
1982

Box 17:326
Harvard Business School: Senior Executive Session, Corporate Strategy
1984-1985

Box 17:327
Harvard Business School graduates
1986

Box 17:328
Harvard Business School
1987-1992

Box 17:329
Harvard Business School: World Trade and Global Competition Colloquium
1991

Box 17:330
Harvard Business School: Case study on Scientific-Atlanta
1979

Box 17:331
Harvard Business School: Case studies
1992

Box 17:332
Harvard: classes
1989

Box 17:333
Harvard Club
1990

Box 17:334
Harvard: Correspondence
1989

Box 17:335
Harvard: Correspondence, part 1
1990

Box 17:336
Harvard: Correspondence, part 2
1990

Box 17:337
Harvard: Correspondence
1991-1993

Box 17:338
Harvard: HDTV
1989-1992

Box 17:339
Harvard: Faculty Industrial Policy Seminar minutes
1982-1984

Box 17:340
Harvard: Kennedy School of Government
1984-1992

Box 17:341
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government. Consortium on Competitivene4ss and Cooperation, Boston Academic Workshop
1990

Box 17:342
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government
1989-1992

Box 17:343
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government, Georgia Power Study of Foreign Direct Investment and Local Economic Development
1988-1990

Box 17:344
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization of Business and the American Community
1991

Box 18:345
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization of Business and the Community, fundraising
1990-1991

Box 18:346
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization of Business and the Community, Seminar Series
1990-1991

Box 18:347
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization of Business and its Impact on the New England Economy (seminar)
1991

Box 18:348
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization of Business and the American Community (conference)
1992

Box 18:349
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization of Business and the American Community (conference) papers by speakers
1992

Box 18:350
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization research, articles, testimony
undated

Box 18:351
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Globalization research, proposals, reports
1989-1990

Box 18:352
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Reports
1990-1991

Box 18:353
Harvard: Bernstein, Fred (Director, IEE)
1990

Box 18:354
Harvard: Bowles, Samuel and Richard Edwards
1988-1990

Box 18:355
Harvard: Branscomb, Lewis
1989-1991

Box 18:356
Harvard: Dorringer, Peter B. and David B. Terkla
1990

Box 18:357
Harvard: Dunlop, John T.
1989

Box 18:358
Harvard: Goodman, Craig G.
1991

Box 18:359
Harvard: Graham, Edward M. (IIF)
1990

Box 18:360
Harvard: Reich, Robert B.
1990

Box 18:361
Harvard: Scherer, F. M.
1989-1992

Box 18:362
Harvard: Tyson, Laura (Communications)
1989-1990

Box 18:363
Harvard: Vickers, John
1989

Box 18:364
Harvard: Yoffie, David B.
1990

Box 18:365
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Luncheon Seminar Series
1989-1992

Box 18:366
Harvard: JFK Center for Business and Government: Joan Shorenstein Barone Center
1989

Box 18:367
Harvard
1989-1990

Box 18:368
Harvard University
1989-1990

Box 18:369
Harvard: Notes
Undated

Box 18:370
High Technology Conference
1983

Box 18:371
High Technology Conference
1986

Box 18:372
High tech society, preparing children for: Keynote address
1983

Box 18:373
Home Box Office (HBO)
1981-1983

Box 18:374
Home Box Office (HBO): Visit
1993

Box 18:375
Hunt Report
1982

Box 18:376
Hyman, Lester: Re dinner at Center for National Policy
1989

Box 18:377
Inglis, Andrew
1983-1984

Box 18:378
Institute for International Economy
1990-1991

Box 18:379
Institute for National Strategic Studies
1990

Box 18:380
Intematics trade show
1982

Box 18:381
Intelsat symposium
1987

Box 18:382
International Association of Satellite Users (IASU)
1981

Box 18:383
International Astronautical Congress
1979

Box 18:384
International Business Machines (IBM) SBS
1985

Box 19:385
International Business Machines (IBM) V. Learson Dinner (Boston Latin School)
1989

Box 19:386
International Communications Association (ICA) conference
1989

Box 19:387
International Executive Service Corps
1990

Box 19:388
International Leadership Forum
1989-1990

Box 19:389
International Society of Satellite Professio0nals
1987

Box 19:390
International Space University
1990

Box 19:391
International Trade Conference
1987

Box 19:392
Iran
1984

Box 19:393
Israel
1983-1984

Box 19:394
Israel trip
1985

Box 19:395
Israel trip
1987

Box 19:396
Italian trip: Alberti, Samoggia, and Piatelli
1983

Box 19:397
Japan-America Society of Georgia
1983-1985

Box 19:398
Japan trip
1982

Box 19:399
Japan trip
1985

Box 19:400
Jury duty
1982

Box 19:401
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
1990

Box 19:402
Kadish, Jules
1990

Box 19:403
Kagan, Paul: seminar
1983

Box 19:404
Kaitz, Walter: dinner
1988

Box 19:405
Kaitz, Walter. Foundation dinner honoring Sidney Topol
1991

Box 19:406
L'Aquila Symposium
1990

Box 19:407
Legal
1992

Box 19:408
Lexington Group
1981

Box 19:409
London: Atlanta Chamber of Commerce economic mission
1979

Box 19:410
Luxembourg
1984

Box 19:411
MACO meeting
1984

Box 19:412
Management Analysis Center (MAC)
1984

Box 19:413
Manufacturing Studies Board, Committee on the Causes and Consequences of the Internationalization of US Manufacturing
1989

Box 19:414
Manufacturing Studies Board-National Research Council Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems
1988

Box 19:415
Marconi International Fellowship
1984

Box 19:416
Marconi International Fellowship
1990-1991

Box 19:417
Marconi International Fellowship Symposium
1990

Box 19:418
Marketing Department
1979

Box 19:419
Marriot
1992

Box 19:420
Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Television (MCET)
1992

Box 19:421
Massachusetts Governor's Council on Economic Growth and Technology: Subcommittee on Telecommunications Development
1992

Box 19:422
Massachusetts Governor's Council on Economic Growth and Technology: Subcommittee on Telecommunications Development
1993

Box 19:423
Massachusetts Governor's Council on Economic Growth and Technology: Subcommittee on Telecommunications Development
1993

Box 20:424
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): Lecture
1976

Box 20:425
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): F.D. Abrahamson
1977

Box 20:426
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1983-1984

Box 20:427
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): Luncheon
1983

Box 20:428
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1985

Box 20:429
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1988-1989

Box 20:430
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1991

Box 20:431
Mass Telecommunications Council
1992-1993

Box 20:432
MBA Panel (National Black MBA Association)
1983

Box 20:433
McKinsey Study (Harris Intertype and Radiation)
1967-1976

Box 20:434
Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC)
1983

Box 20:435
Miscellaneous
1991

Box 20:436
Miscellaneous
1991

Box 20:437
Mitel Press Conference
1982

Box 20:438
Monaco Conference trip notes
1981

Box 20:439
Money Managers, Investment Advisors
1991

Box 20:440
Monitor Channel
1991

Box 20:441
Monitor Monthly
1992

Box 20:442
Morocco
1984

Box 20:443
Morris Brown College Board of Advisors
1979-1983

Box 20:444
Mundus Information Systems Corporation
1989

Box 20:445
Museum of Science
1991

Box 20:446
NTIA Telecom 2000 meeting
1988

Box 20:447
Names (company)
1983

Box 20:448
National Association of Broadcasters
1982

Box 20:449
National Association of Broadcasters: Las Vegas
1989

Box 20:450
National Association of Broadcasters
1990

Box 20:451-471
National Association of Broadcasters: Atlanta
1990

Box 20:451
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Dallas
1976

Box 20:452
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Chicago
1977

Box 20:453
National Cable Television Association (NCTA)
1979

Box 20:454
National Cable Television Association (NCTA) Board meeting
1980

Box 20:455
National Cable Television Association (NCTA) Enhanced Services Committee
1980-1981

Box 20:456
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Los Angeles Convention Center
1981

Box 20:457
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Las Vegas Convention Center
1982

Box 20:458
National Cable Television Association (NCTA) Enhanced Services Committee
1982

Box 20:459
National Cable Television Association (NCTA) Executive Seminar
1982

Box 20:460
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Houston
1983

Box 20:461
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): General
1984-1988

Box 20:462
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Las Vegas
1984

Box 20:463
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Las Vegas
1985

Box 20:464
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Cable '86
1986

Box 20:465
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Las Vegas
1987

Box 20:466
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Los Angeles
1988

Box 20:467
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): Dallas
1989

Box 20:468
National Cable Television Association (NCTA)
1990

Box 20:469
National Cable Television Association (NCTA)
1991

Box 20:470
National Cable Television Association (NCTA): New Orleans
1991

Box 20:471
National Cable Television Center and Museum
1992

Box 21:472
National Commission Against Drunk Driving
1985-1987

Box 21:473
National Commission Against Drunk Driving
1985-1987

Box 21:474
National Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ) Board of Directors
1988

Box 21:475
National Medal of Science nomination
1987-1990

Box 21:476
National Research Council Planning Committee
1989

Box 21:477
National Satellite Cable Association (NSCA)
1983

Box 21:478
National Science Foundation Board
1986-1987

Box 21:479
Naval Training Center, Recruit Graduation Review
1982

Box 21:480
Neiman-Marcus Christmas Book
1979

Box 21:481
Netcom
1985-1986

Box 21:482
Network Management
1987-1988

Box 21:483
Network Management Inc. (NMI)
1990

Box 21:484
New High Museum Campaign
1981

Box 21:485
New York press conference and demonstration
1984

Box 21:486
New York Society of Security Analysts
1987

Box 21:487
New York Stock Exchange
1979

Box 21:488
Nunn reception
1983

Box 21:489
Nunn, Sam
1981-1987

Box 21:490
Nunn, Sam: Luncheon
1987

Box 21:491
One Asia Assembly: Manila
1990

Box 21:492
Organization charts
1975-1976

Box 21:493
Pacific Communication Sciences
1989-1990

Box 21:494
Pacific Telecommunications Conference
1988

Box 21:495
Pacific Telecommunications Conference
1989

Box 21:496
Penn State Media Globalization Conference
1992

Box 21:497
Pennsylvania State University
1992

Box 21:498
Philanthropic Initiative (TPI)
1991

Box 21:499
Phillips International
1985

Box 21:500
Plessey Company, Ltd.
1975-1992

Box 21:501
Plessey Middle East
1983

Box 21:502
Plessey South Africa
1985

Box 21:503
Plessey Telecommunications and Office Systems Ltd (PTOSL)
1984

Box 21:504
Polack, Jack
1990

Box 21:505
Politics
1988

Box 21:506
Politics
1990

Box 21:507
Pooled Income Fund
1990

Box 21:508
Presidential Inaugural Committee
1981

Box 21:509
Presto, Charles
1988

Box 21:510
Prime Cable
1984

Box 21:511
Public service
1990

Box 21:512
QV Publishing Seminar
1984

Box 21:513
RCA presentation
1985

Box 21:514
Raytheon
1983

Box 21:515
Renaissance Weekend
1983

Box 21:516
Renaissance Weekend
1984

Box 21:517
Renaissance Weekend
1986

Box 21:518
Renaissance Weekend
1988

Box 22:519
Renaissance Weekend
1990

Box 22:520
Robinson-Humphrey Technology Meeting
1985

Box 22:521
Robinson-Humphrey Seminar
1987

Box 22:522
Sadat Peace Foundation
1985-1988

Box 22:523
St. Louis Society of Financial Analysts
1980

Box 22:524
St. Louis Society of Financial Analysts
1982

Box 22:525
Sales and Marketing Executives
1981

Box 22:526
Sales seminar
1979

Box 22:527
Salomon Brothers: SE Investment Conference
1980

Box 22:528
Salomon Brothers Conference
1988

Box 22:529
Salomon Brothers Luncheon
1977

Box 22:530
San Diego
1979

Box 22:531
San Diego and Los Angeles: Planning meeting and Board of Directors
1980

Box 22:532
San Diego Group National Sales Meeting
1982

Box 22:533
San Diego Mid-Year Strategy
1984

Box 22:534
San Diego Planning meeting
1984

Box 22:535
San Diego trip
1986

Box 22:536
San Francisco Society of Financial Analysts
1982

Box 22:537
Satel Conseil
1990-1991

Box 22:538
Satel Conseil: Paris
1992

Box 22:539
Satellite Communications Conference
1984

Box 22:540
Satellite Communications Users Conference (SCUC)
1982

Box 22:541
Satellite Communications Users Conference (SCUC)
1985

Box 22:542
Satellite Communications Users Conference (SCUC)
1989

Box 22:543
Satellite VI Advisory Board
1986

Box 22:544
Satellite X Conference: Session chair
1990

Box 22:545
Satellite X: Global Pathways to Profit
1991

Box 22:546
Satellite Summit Conference
1982

Box 22:547
Satellite Summit Europe
1984

Box 22:548
Scientific-Atlanta
1979

Box 22:549-573
Scientific-Atlanta: Analysts
1979

Box 22:549
Scientific-Atlanta: Analysts
1980

Box 22:550
Scientific-Atlanta: Analysts
1981

Box 22:551
Scientific-Atlanta: Analysts
1982

Box 22:552
Scientific-Atlanta: Analysts
1984

Box 22:553
Scientific-Atlanta: Analysts
1985

Box 22:554
Scientific-Atlanta: Broadband Strategy meeting
1985

Box 22:555
Scientific-Atlanta: Communications Symposium
1983

Box 22:556
Scientific-Atlanta: Earth Station Symposia
1979

Box 22:557
Scientific-Atlanta: Earth Station Symposia
1980

Box 22:558
Scientific-Atlanta: Earth Station Symposia
1981

Box 22:559
Scientific-Atlanta: Earth Station Symposia
1982

Box 22:560
Scientific-Atlanta: Incentive trip
1985

Box 22:561
Scientific-Atlanta: "In the News" (internal)
1991

Box 22:562
Scientific-Atlanta: Miscellaneous
1991

Box 22:563
Scientific-Atlanta: Planning meetings, part 1
1979

Box 22:564
Scientific-Atlanta: Planning meetings, part 2
1979

Box 22:565
Scientific-Atlanta: Planning meetings, part 1
1981

Box 22:566
Scientific-Atlanta: Planning meetings, part 2
1981

Box 22:567
Scientific-Atlanta: Planning meetings
1982

Box 22:568
Scientific-Atlanta: Planning meetings
1984

Box 22:569
Scientific-Atlanta: Planning meetings
1985

Box 22:570
Scientific-Atlanta: Strategy meetings, mid-year
1985

Box 22:571
Scientific-Atlanta: Subsidiary visit
1985

Box 22:572
Scientific-Atlanta: European F and O
1985

Box 22:573
Sears
1980-1982

Box 22:574
Secretaries of the Defense Conference
1987

Box 22:575
Seki/Japan: Panasonic
1986

Box 22:576
Shein, Edward
1991

Box 22:577
Sheraton Club
1992

Box 22:578
Smith Barney
1992

Box 22:579
Societé Internationale de Télécommunications Aeronautiques (SITA): North American Conference
1983

Box 22:580
Society of International Business Fellows
1991

Box 22:581
Society of Satellite Professionals
1985

Box 22:582
Solar energy
1975-1976

Box 22:583
Southern luncheon
1983

Box 23:584
Southeastern Telecommunications Association
1981

Box 23:585
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS)
1980

Box 23:586
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS): Trade Conference
1980

Box 23:587
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS), part 1
1981

Box 23:588
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS), part 2
1981

Box 23:589
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS) Retreat
1988

Box 23:590
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS) Seminar
1988

Box 23:591
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS) Board of Trustees
1988-1989

Box 23:592
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS) Board of Trustees
1989-1990

Box 23:593
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS) Board of Trustees
1990

Box 23:594
Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS)
1991

Box 23:595
Southern Conference
1984

Box 23:596
Southern Technical Institute Commencement
1982

Box 23:597
Soviet Business Week
1989

Box 23:598
Soviet Cooperation Agreement and visit
1990

Box 23:599
Soviet notes
1989

Box 23:600
Soviet Trade Mission: Report
1989

Box 23:601
Soviet Trade Mission: Correspondence
1988-1989

Box 23:602
Soviet trip
1989

Box 23:603
Spar Aerospace Ltd.
1979-1981

Box 23:604
Special events (invitations, etc.)
1991

Box 23:605
State of Israel bonds
1991

Box 23:606
Supercomm
1988-1989

Box 23:607
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors
1988

Box 23:608
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors
1988

Box 23:609
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors
1989

Box 23:610
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors
1990

Box 23:611
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
1991

Box 23:612
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) International Committee
1988-1989

Box 23:613
Telecommunications Pioneers
1966

Box 24:614
Tennis: Davison's Tennis Classic
1980

Box 24:615
Tennis: Atlanta Women's Tennis Classic
1982

Box 24:616
Tennis: Davis Cup
1984

Box 24:617
Tennis: WCT Atlanta
1985

Box 24:618
Tennis: US Open Customer Day
1987

Box 24:619
Thomson Visit
1984

Box 24:620
Thomson Visit
1985

Box 24:621
Threshold Group
1978-1980

Box 24:622
Topliss Retirement Dinner
1986

Box 24:623
Topol Group
1991-1992

Box 24:624
Tower Club
1984-1986

Box 24:625
TRW Board of Directors
undated

Box 24:626
Trilateral Commission
1991

Box 24:627
Triangle Coalition for Science and Technology
1991

Box 24:628
Tsai Forum
1987

Box 24:629
Turkish dinner
1987

Box 24:630
TWA
1992

Box 24:631
Tweed, Gilbert Associates
1980-1983

Box 24:632
United Nations Day Committee
1980

Box 24:633
United States Council for World Communications
1983

Box 24:634
United Way Board of Directors
1983

Box 24:635
University of Georgia: Radio, Television, Cable Institute
1983

Box 24:636
University of Georgia: Alumni Awards
1989

Box 24:637
University of Georgia, part 1
1990

Box 24:638
University of Georgia, part 2
1990

Box 24:639
University of Georgia, part 3
1990

Box 24:640
University of Georgia: Research Awards Banquet
1989

Box 24:641
University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc.
1988-1989

Box 24:642
University of Georgia: visit
1988

Box 24:643
University of Georgia: visit
1990

Box 24:644
University of Massachusetts
1984

Box 24:645
University of Massachusetts: Commencement
1985

Box 24:646
University of Massachusetts: Chancellors Executive Committee
1986

Box 24:647
University of Massachusetts: Chancellors Executive Committee
1987

Box 24:648
University of Massachusetts
1988

Box 24:649
University of Massachusetts
1989

Box 24:650
University of Massachusetts: Chancellors Executive Committee
1989

Box 24:651
University of Massachusetts, part 1
1990

Box 24:652
University of Massachusetts, part 2
1990

Box 25:653
University of Massachusetts, part 1
1991

Box 25:654
University of Massachusetts, part 2
1991

Box 25:655
University of Tennessee
1987

Box 25:656
Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT)
1991

Box 25:657
Via Satellite
1991

Box 25:658
Wall Street Transcript interview
1987

Box 25:659
Wang Center Board of Trustees
1990

Box 25:660
Wang Center Development Committee
1990

Box 25:661
Wang Center Development Committee
1991

Box 25:662
Washington Cable Club
1988

Box 25:663
Watson, Jack (Gubenatorial candidate)
1980-1982

Box 25:664
WCT Peachtree World of Tennis
1976-1980

Box 25:665
West Georgia College presentation
1986

Box 25:666
Western Cable Shows
1980

Box 25:667
Western Cable Shows
1981

Box 25:668
Western Cable Shows
1982

Box 25:669
Western Cable Shows
1983

Box 25:670
Western Cable Shows
1984

Box 25:671
Western Cable Shows
1986

Box 25:672
Western Cable Shows
1987

Box 25:673
Wharton Magazine
1979

Box 25:674
White House Briefing on Hospital Costs
1979

Box 25:675
Who's Who Publications
1979-1984

Box 25:676
Williamsburg Charter Foundation Board of Trustees
1988

Box 25:677
Williamsburg Charter Foundation Luncheon
1988

Box 25:678
Wirth, Timothy
1981

Box 25:679
Women Business Ownership Committee
1983

Box 25:680
Women in Cable
1990

Box 25:681
World Communications Year
1982-1984

Box 25:682
World Future Society
1979

Box 25:683
World Future Society
1981

Box 25:684
World Trade Club
1982-1986

Box 25:685
Wright, Jim: reception
1986

Box 25:686
Yankee Group: New York
1982

Box 25:687
Young, Andrew: Appreciation dinner and campaign
1989

Box 25:688
Zaire
1984-1985

Box 25:689
Series 4. Raytheon Company
1950-1974
1 box

Communications equipment product notebook
undated

Box 26:690
Correspondence
1958-1972

Box 26:691
Memo: Topol to Mustacchi, TLC Division plans
1963-1965

Box 26:692
Action folder: memos and correspondence
1970-1971

Box 26:693
Directive antenna patent
1953

Box 26:694
Scattering notebook
1950

Box 26:695
Engineering notebook, ST
1951-1952

Box 26:696
Engineering notebook: RTRIC audio channel models
1952-1957

Box 26:698
Notebook (untitled)
1954-1958

Box 26:699
Technical notebook (Raytheon Europe)
1960

Box 26:700
Pocket notebooks
1968-1970

Box 26:701
Notebook
1970

Box 26:702
Calendars
1967-1970

Box 26:703
Telephone directory (CADPO)
1962

Box 26:704
Business cards (Sidney Topol)
undated

Box 26:705
Kane, F. J.: Requiem of an engineer
1957

Box 26:706
Report: SSB scatter study
1956

Box 26:707
Product market report, Raytheon Europe
1957-1959

Box 26:708
Report: "Analysis of the effect of Raytheon Co. acquiring Farinon Electric Company"
1966

Box 26:709
Study of the high-speed digital data link markets
1966

Box 26:710
Technical proposal: Earth receiving system for satellite TV distribution
1971

Box 26:711
Report: Data transmission services -- Arthur D. Little, Inc. to Microwave Communications of America
1969-1974

Box 26:712
Technical proposal: DATRAN Trunk Radio System
1971

Box 26:713
Report: An intercity microwave relay system, Portland-Seattle-Spokane
1971

Box 26:714
Selenia product brochure: Portable microwave relay equipment
undated

Box 26:715
Selenia product brochure: Microwave Radar Relay System, MRL-1a
undated

Box 26:716
Selenia product brochure: KTR1000 4R Microwave Relay System
undated

Box 26:717
Product brochures
undated

Box 26:718
CADPO family day brochure
undated

Box 26:719
Electronic progress
1962-1964

Box 26:720
Air Transport World '70: Raytheon Target: Expanding Airline Market
1970

Box 26:721
Communications Systems Management Association Newsletter
1971

Box 26:722
Scientific-Atlanta
1969-1971

Box 26:723
Series 5. Scientific-Atlanta
1960-1997
13 boxes

Annual Report
1960

Box 27:724
Annual Report
1961

Box 27:725
Annual Report
1962

Box 27:726
Annual Report
1963

Box 27:727
Annual Report
1964

Box 27:728
Annual Report
1965

Box 27:729
Annual Report
1966

Box 27:730
Annual Report
1967

Box 27:731
Annual Report
1968

Box 27:732
Annual Report
1969

Box 27:733
Annual Report
1970

Box 27:734
Annual Report
1971

Box 27:735
Annual Report
1972

Box 27:736
Annual Report
1973

Box 27:737
Annual Report
1974

Box 27:738
Annual Report
1975

Box 27:739
Annual Report
1976

Box 27:740
Annual Report
1977

Box 27:741
Annual Report
1978

Box 27:742
Annual Report
1979

Box 27:743
Annual Report
1980

Box 27:744
Annual Report
1981

Box 27:745
Annual Report
1982

Box 27:746
Annual Report
1983

Box 27:747
Annual Report
1984

Box 27:748
Annual Report
1985

Box 27:749
Annual Report
1986

Box 27:750
Annual Report
1987

Box 27:751
Annual Report
1988

Box 27:752
Annual Report
1989

Box 27:753
Annual Report
1990

Box 27:754
Annual Report
1991

Box 27:755
Annual Report
1992

Box 27:756
Annual Report
1993

Box 27:757
Annual Report
1994

Box 27:758
Annual Report
1995

Box 27:759
Board of Directors
1990

Box 27-32
Board of Directors Bylaws
1987-1994

Box 27:760
Board of Directors: Directors Guidebook
1990

Box 27:761
Board of Directors: Meeting minutes
1971-1973

Box 27:762
Board of Directors: Meeting minutes
1974-1975

Box 27:763
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1976

Box 27:764
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1977

Box 27:765
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1978

Box 27:766
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1979

Box 27:767
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1980

Box 28:768
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1981

Box 28:769
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1982

Box 28:770
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1983

Box 28:771
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1984

Box 28:772
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1985

Box 28:773
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1986

Box 28:774
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1987

Box 28:775
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1988

Box 28:776
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989

Box 28:777
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:778
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:779
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:780
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:781
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:782
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:783
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:784
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:785
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:786
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:787
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:788
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:789
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:790
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:791
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:792
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:793
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1989-1993

Box 29:794
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:796
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:797
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:798
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:799
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:800
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:801
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:802
Board of Directors Meeting materials
1993-1997

Box 29:803
Board of Directors: Long term view
1991

Box 30:804
Board of Directors: Long term view, part 1
1992

Box 30:805
Board of Directors: Long term view, part 2
1992

Box 30:806
Board of Directors: Increase shareholder value discussion
1989

Box 30:807
Board of Directors: Group Presentations (Instrumentation), part 1
1993-1994

Box 30:808
Board of Directors: Group Presentations (Instrumentation), part 2
1993-1994

Box 30:809
Board of Directors: Group Presentations (Network systems), part 1
1992-1994

Box 30:810
Board of Directors: Group Presentations (Network systems), part 2
1992-1994

Box 30:811
Board of Directors: Group Presentations (Network systems), part 3
1992-1994

Box 30:812
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:813
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:814
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:815
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:816
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:817
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:818
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:819
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:820
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:821
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:822
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:823
Board of Directors: Monthly Reports
1993-1994

Box 30:824
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:825
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:826
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:827
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:828
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:829
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:830
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:831
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:832
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:833
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:834
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:835
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:836
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:837
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:838
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:839
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:840
Board of Directors: Quarterly Reports
1993-1997

Box 31:841
Board of Directors: Finance review, part 1
1994

Box 31:842
Board of Directors: Finance review, part 2
1994

Box 31:843
Board of Directors: Finance review, part 3
1994

Box 31:844
Board of Directors: Financials
1996

Box 31:845
Board of Directors: Human Resources and Compensation Committee Minutes
1985-1989

Box 31:846
Board of Directors: Pension Investment Committee
1989

Box 31:847
Board of Directors: Pension Investment Committee, part 1
1993

Box 31:848
Board of Directors: Pension Investment Committee, part 2
1993

Box 31:849
Board of Directors: Pension Investment Committee, part 1
1993-1996

Box 32:850
Board of Directors: Pension Investment Committee, part 2
1993-1996

Box 32:851
Board of Directors: Pension Investment Committee, part 3
1993-1996

Box 32:852
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:853
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:854
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:855
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:856
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:857
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:858
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:859
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:860
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:861
Audit Committee
1983-1995

Box 32:862
Flight log
1992

Box 32:863
Financial history notebook
1952-1986

Box 33:864
Financial history notebook
1971-1989

Box 33:865
Financial summary
1982-1992

Box 33:866
Financial reports
1986

Box 33:867
Qualitative objectives
1987

Box 33:868
Vickers, part 1
1984

Box 33:869
Vickers, part 2
1985

Box 33:870
Vickers, part 3
1986

Box 33:871
Vickers, part 4
1987

Box 33:872
Vickers, part 5
1988

Box 33:873
Vickers, part 6
1989

Box 33:874
Vickers, part 7
1990

Box 33:875
Planning notebook
1980

Box 33:876
Scientific-Atlanta Europe: Sale subsidiaries, salaries, planning, meetings
1985-1986

Box 33:877
Broadband communications proposal
1985

Box 33:878
Summary, Three year plan
1986-1988

Box 33:880
Plans and planning: FY 1987, vol. 1
1987

Box 34:881
Plans and planning: FY 1987, vol. 2
1987

Box 34:882
Plans and planning: Three year plan, FY 1987-1989, vol. 1
1987

Box 34:883
Plans and planning: Three year plan, FY 1987-1989, vol. 2
1987

Box 34:884
Plans and planning: Preliminary FY 1988, vol. 1
1988

Box 34:885
Plans and planning: Preliminary FY 1988, vol. 2
1988

Box 34:886
Plans and planning: Graphs
1972-1989

Box 34:887
Plans and planning: Strategy for the Information Superhighway
1994

Box 34:888
Plans and planning: Strategic focus
1994

Box 34:889
McKinsey and Co.: Reports
1982

Box 35:890
McKinsey and Co.: Summary reports
1982

Box 35:891
McKinsey and Co.: "Positioning the Communications Products Group for the 1980s"
1982

Box 35:892
McKinsey and Co.: "Communications Products Group: Preliminary diagnostic"
1982

Box 35:893
McKinsey and Co.: "Understanding opportunities and priorities in the mini-cable business"
1982

Box 35:894
McKinsey and Co.: "Taking a first step to improve organizational effectiveness by establishing operational reviews"
1982

Box 35:895
McKinsey and Co.: "Determining the priorities for organizational improvement"
1982

Box 35:896
McKinsey and Co.: "Thoughts about our work together and the priorities facing Scientific-Atlanta"
1982

Box 35:897
McKinsey and Co.: "Improving Satcom's ability to compete effectively"
1982

Box 35:898
McKinsey and Co.: "Satcom Division, preliminary diagnostic"
1982

Box 35:899
McKinsey and Co.: "Understanding opportunities and priorities in the Inmarsat business"
1982

Box 35:900
McKinsey and Co.: Financial outlook for fiscal year 1983
1982

Box 35:901
SA stock information and newsclippings re: high tech
1992

Box 35:902
Card and gift list
1976-1989

Box 35:903
Card and gift list
1976-1989

Box 35:904
Card and gift list
1976-1989

Box 35:905
Card and gift list
1976-1989

Box 35:906
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:907
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:908
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:909
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:910
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:911
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:912
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:913
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:914
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:915
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:916
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:917
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:918
Desk calendars
1972-1979

Box 36:919
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:920
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:921
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:922
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:923
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:924
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:925
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:926
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:927
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:928
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:929
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:930
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:931
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:932
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:933
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:934
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:935
Desk calendars
1980-1990

Box 37:936
Telephone logs
1987-1988

Box 37:937
Telephone logs
1987-1988

Box 37:938
Telephone logs
1987-1988

Box 37:939
Telephone logs
1987-1988

Box 37:940
Telephone logs
1987-1988

Box 37:941
Telephone logs
1987-1988

Box 37:942
Telephone logs
1987-1988

Box 37:943
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Box 38
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Box 39
Series 6. Electronic Industries Association HDTV Committee
1985-1994
2 boxes

Media Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1985-1988

Box 40:944
News articles
1985-1992

Box 40:945
Electronic Industries Association Cable show
1988 Jan. 8

Box 40:946
Electronic Industries Association/ATV Meeting
1988 Mar. 9

Box 40:947
Electronic Industries Association Ad Hoc ATV Committee
1988 Apr. 21

Box 40:948
Advisory Group on Consumer Trade Issues: Final Report
1988 May 10

Box 40:949
Electronic Industries Association ATV Reports
1988 May-June

Box 40:950
American Electronics Association HDTC meeting
1988 June 6

Box 40:951
Electronic Industries Association ATV Committee: Correspondence, miscellaneous
1988 June 22

Box 40:952
Statement before the Science, Space, and Technology Subcommittee of Science, Research, and Technology
1988 June 22

Box 40:953
Briefing book: Science, Space, and Technology Subcommittee of Science, Research, and Technology
1988 June 23

Box 40:954
Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Science, Space, and Technology of the Committee on Science, Research, and Technology, House of Representatives
1988 June 23

Box 40:955
Statement before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communication and Finance
1988 Sept. 7

Box 40:956
Meetings and conferences
1988-1989

Box 40:957
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV Panel
1988-1989

Box 40:958
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV Memos, correspondence, miscellaneous
1989 Jan.

Box 40:959
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV Memos, correspondence, miscellaneous
1989 Feb.

Box 40:960
Consumer Electronics, HDTV, and the Competitiveness of the US Economy, prefaced by Sidney Topol
1989 Feb. 1

Box 40:961
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV Memos, correspondence, miscellaneous
1989 Mar.

Box 40:962
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV Memos, correspondence, miscellaneous
1989 Apr.

Box 40:963
Current business opportunities in HDTV seminar
1989 Apr. 28

Box 40:964
Electronic Industries Association: Correspondence
1989 May

Box 40:965
Electronic Industries Association: Correspondence, memos
1989 June-Aug.

Box 40:966
Electronic Industries Association: Correspondence, memos
1989 July

Box 40:967
Electronic Industries Association: Summer conference HDTV presentation
1989 July 7

Box 40:968
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV Minutes, Correspondence
1989 July-Aug.

Box 40:969
Electronic Industries Association: Memos
1989 Aug.-Dec.

Box 40:970
US Policy Update Conference
1989 Oct. 25

Box 40:971
Electronic Industries Association ATV Committee: Minutes, correspondence
1989 Oct.-1990 Apr.

Box 41:972
Telecommunications Industry Association Board of Directors
1989 Nov.-1990 Jan.

Box 41:973
Electronic Industries Association: Minutes, correspondence
1990 May-Aug.

Box 41:974
Electronic Industries Association Second International Digital Video Communications Workshop Panel
1990 Nov.

Box 41A:975
Program on Information Resources Policy, "The elephant and the blind men: the phenomenon of HDTV and its would be stakeholders"
1990

Box 41:976
High Definition Television Conference
1990

Box 41:977
Electronic Industries Association: Correspondence
1990-1991

Box 41:978
Correspondence about HDTV
1990-1992

Box 41:979
Electronic Industries Association: Joint Meeting with NCTA/ATV Committee
1991 Mar. 25

Box 41:980
Electronic Industries Association: ATV Committee minutes, correspondence
1991

Box 41:981
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV minutes, correspondence
1991

Box 41:982
Electronic Industries Association: HDTV minutes, correspondence
1992

Box 41:983
Before the Federal Communications Commission, "In the matter of Advanced Television Systems and Their Impact Upon the Existing Television Broadcast Service"
1992

Box 41:984
Electronic Industries Association: ATV Committee
1992

Box 41A:985
Electronic Industries Association: ATV Subcommittee
1992

Box 41A:986
Council on Competitiveness: Case study on HDTV
1993 May 25

Box 41:987
Electronic Industries Association: ATV Olympics Subcommittee

Box 41:988
Electronic Industries Association: ATV Committee minutes, correspondence
1993 Nov. 10

Box 41:989
Electronic Industries Association: Correspondence, memos
1993 Sept.-1994 Mar.

Box 41:990
Electronic Industries Association: ATV Committee minutes, correspondence
1994 Mar. 16

Box 41:991
Electronic Industries Association: policy
undated

Box 41:992
Electronic Industries Association: ATV Committee comments in response to tentative decision and further notice of inquiry
undated

Box 41:993
Zenith Spectrum Compatible HDTV System
undated

Box 41:994
HDTV Information Kit
undated

Box 41:995
Reports
1985 Apr.-1988 Aug.

Box 41:996
Reports
1988 Sept.-Nov.

Box 41:997
Reports
1989

Box 41:998
Newsletter, vol. 3, no.3,4,6,8,9; vol. 4, no 1; vol. 5, no. 8/9, 11/12; vol. 6, no 2-6
1988-1992

Box 41:999
Series 7. Carter Center Consultation on Competitiveness
1979-1989
2 boxes

Consultation on Competitiveness: Organizing notebook
1988

Box 42:1000
Consultation on Competitiveness: Planning/concept
1988

Box 42:1001
Consultation on Competitiveness: Schedule of events
1988

Box 42:1002
Consultation on Competitiveness: Resumes
1988

Box 42:1003
Consultation on Competitiveness: Working lists of panelists and participants
1988

Box 42:1004
Notes
1988

Box 42:1005
Press releases and clippings
1988

Box 42:1006
Council Annual meeting
1988

Box 42:1007
Consultation on Competitiveness: other programs and committees
1988

Box 42:1008
Consultation on Competitiveness: Conference Report Series, vol. 1, no. 1
1988

Box 42:1009
Consultation on Competitiveness: Conference papers
1988

Box 42:1010
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1011
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1012
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1013
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1014
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1015
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1016
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1017
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1018
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1019
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1020
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1021
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1022
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1023
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1024
Correspondence
1984-1989

Box 42:1025
Correspondence: drafts
1988

Box 42:1026
Council Publication drafts
1988

Box 43:1027
Council Publications
1987-1989

Box 43:1028
Council Publications
1987-1989

Box 43:1029
Council Publications
1987-1989

Box 43:1030
Council Publications
1987-1989

Box 43:1031
Council Publications: Issue briefs
undated

Box 43:1032
Carter Center publications
1988-1989

Box 43:1033
Council Reports, part 1
1987-1989

Box 43:1034
Council Reports, part 2
1988

Box 43:1035
Democratic Leadership Council
1985-1986

Box 43:1036
Democratic National Convention Policy Forums
1988

Box 43:1037
National House Democratic Caucus
1984

Box 43:1038
Report of Presidents Commission on Industrial Competitiveness
1985

Box 43:1039
Conference: "Doing business with the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe: new challenges in changing environments"
1988

Box 43:1040
American Business Conference: Biographical information -- ABC membership
1987

Box 43:1041
American Business Conference: Resolution and report
1987

Box 43:1042
Southern Center for International Studies
1979-1981

Box 43:1043
Public Agenda Foundation
undated

Box 43:1044
Harvard University Kennedy School of Government
1987-1988

Box 43:1045
Japan-America Society of Georgia
1988

Box 43:1046
Report drafts
1988

Box 43:1047
Series 8. Audiovisual materials
1944-1992
2 boxes

Army Air Corps
1944

Box 44:1048
Studio portraits
1965-1991

Box 44:1049
Album: PTRL, First ENG Model, System testing
1951-1953

Box 44:1050
Raytheon
ca.1955

Box 44:1051
KTR microwave relay system equipment and installation
ca.1956

Box 44:1052
Raytheon: Selenia
1960

Box 44:1053
Raytheon: Cadpo
1962-1972

Box 44:1054
Raytheon products
1971

Box 44:1055
Sidney Topol, Sam Nunn, Leonard Reinsch, Henry Harris, and Jay Levergood at Scientific-Atlanta
Undated

Box 44:1056
Bill Bresnan, TelePrompTer
1977

Box 44:1057
Nieman-Marcus press conference
1979

Box 44:1058
China trip
1980

Box 44:1059
China Trip
1985

Box 44:1060
Photographs
1984

Box 44:1061
Sidney Topol, George Bush, Peter McCloskey of Electronics Industries Assocation
ca.1985

Box 44:1062
Sidney Topol and Ronald Reagan
ca.1985

Box 44:1063
Carter Center
Undated

Box 44:1064
Tennis tournament
Undated

Box 44:1065
Golf event
Undated

Box 44:1066
Sidney Topol at shows and events
Undated

Box 44:1067
Sidney Topol at a Cable TV Museum and Library, Penn State
Undated

Box 44:1068
Courtyard of the Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
Undated

Box 44:1069
Earth Station "Sunset," 4.6 meters
Undated

Box 44:1070
The great celebration of satellites in space: Sidney Topol speech
1987 Oct. 15
Videotape
Box 45:1
The Cable Channel 1988 NCTA Convention: Sidney Topol interview
1988
Videotape
Box 45:2
High Definition Television and Competitiveness: Sidney Topol and panel, discussion at Winter Consumer Electronics Show, Law Vegas
1989
Audiotape
Box 45:3
CSPAN interviews with Sidney Topol
Undated
Videotape
Box 45:4A-D
Ten
1981 Feb. 26
Videotape
Box 45:5
First Boston High Technology Conference, Scientific-Atlanta
1986 Dec. 17
Videotape
Box 45:6
Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. NYSSA presentation
1987 Sept. 4
Videotape
Box 45:7
Society of Satellite Professions Presents: The Great International Celebration of Satellites in Space
1987 Oct. 15
Videotape
Box 45:8
Pacific Telecommunications Council, 10th Annual Conference morning plenary
1988
Audiotape
Box 45:9
Public Service, Private Sacrifice
1988
Videotape
Box 45:10
CNN World Report show #82
1989 Apr. 15
Videotape
Box 45:11
Scientific-Atlanta: SA Today
1989 Aug. 4
Videotape
Box 45:12
The Cable Channel: The Next Step in Civilization, Spring edition
1990
Videotape
Box 45:13
Society of Satellite Professionals International, Satellite Hall of Fame Awards
1991 Feb. 13
Videotape
Box 45:14
Foreigners Buying Up America: Benefit or Threat (Dub Forum)
1992 Apr. 13
Videotape
Box 45:15
First Liberty made possible by Mutual America
undated
Videotape
Box 45:16

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Subjects
  • ATV Task Force.
  • Artificial satellites in telecommunication--United States.
  • Cable television.
  • Carter, Jimmy, 1924- .
  • Competition.
  • Electronic Industries Association.
  • Globalization.
  • High definition television.
  • Microwave communication systems.
  • National Cable Television Association.
  • Raytheon Company.
  • Scientific-Atlanta.
  • Telecommunication--United States.
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst--Alumni.

Contributors
  • Topol, Sidney.

Genre terms
  • Annual reports.
  • Letters (Correspondence).
  • Minutes.
  • Photographs.


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