EARL L. GREEN (1913-1995) PAPERS
Title: Earl L. Green Papers
Originator / Donor: Earl Leroy Green (1913-1995), Geraldine Margaret Creighton Green (1914-1995), and The Jackson Laboratory.
Dates: 1956-1995 (except for the reprint collection)
Arrangement: The collection is incomplete and continually in process of acquisition, therefore the arrangement is not chronological. The organized papers (30 box cartons) left by Earl Green and his wife, Margaret Creighton Green (1914-1995), are in the Special Collections of the Fogler Library at the University of Maine, Orono. A copy of the UMO finding aid is available.
Accession Number and Location: 97.001 (etc.) Box & Folder
RG1.2 Office of the Director
.1 Correspondence & Personal Papers (see Notes) 23.5
.2 Memoranda to trustees; 1972, 1975. 39.13
.3 Notebook on Matrix Algebra, 1980. 15.9
.4 Tax Case (1993 notes), 1962-65. 14.2
.5 Notebook; Statistics, 1971 15.4
.6 Monthly Summaries to Trustees; incomplete, 1963-1975
.1 1963, 1969 39.6
.2 1970-72 41.19-41.21
.3 1973-75 39.7-39.9
.4 NEWS memoranda to Trustees, 1960-61. 39.6
.7 Manual of Policies and Procedures, 1965. 40.1-41.3
.10 Essays, 1978-94. 23.3
.11 Reprint Collection, 1908-1968. 47a, 47b, 47c
.12 Donald R. Charles thesis, 1936. 41.10
.13 Correspondence, memoranda, reprints, 1963-74. 23.4
RG6.4 Department Records: Library
.13 Correspondence with Earl Green (& LAVFW) 22.9
Media and Museum Collection:
50th Anniversary audio tapes, interviews with Jean Holstein,
#1 and #2, 1978. Media Room
Memoirs of a Mouse Breeder, Volumes 1-5, autobiography, 1994. Secure File
[A reader’s copy is located in the library storage room.]
Autobiographical sketches of E.L. & M.C. Green V
Photographs: Four albums (600 images) Archives Rm.
Box (carton): Found in Highseas attic, July 1999: Papers of the American Morrell Park
Society of Naturalists: Records, brochures, papers, 1952-62.
Scrapbook made by Alan Russell for ELG retirement ceremony, 1975. Media Room
* Personal Papers Collection: Margaret Creighton Green (1914-95)
Professional papers, reprints, and correspondence, 1965-77. 36.3, 5.8, Gene Variants and Strains of Laboratory Mouse, 1981. 51.2
Personal papers, 1931, 1935 V
Born on August 7, 1913, at Meadville, Pennsylvania, E. L. Green graduated from Allegheny College in 1935. He attended Brown University for his Sc.M. and Ph.D. in genetics and statistics, and The University of Chicago for a post-doctoral fellowship with Sewall Wright. In 1940 he married Margaret Creighton, Ph.D., a scientist who would become known for her research in mutant genetics and development of the gene linkage map. For two years Green held a teaching position at Ohio State University before becoming Chief of the Department of Statistics at the School of Aviation Medicine at Randolph Field in San Antonio. After World War II he returned to Ohio State as a full professor of zoology, and later worked for the Atomic Energy Commission’s Division of Biology and Medicine, among other things studying the effects of radiation in Nagasaki and Hiroshima. The study of radiation genetics (quantitative genetics) remained his lifetime field. The author of over 59 scientific papers, Green edited the second edition of Biology of the Laboratory Mouse, the standard reference in murine biology.
In 1956, Green was appointed Director of The Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. He continued his research on the effects of gonadal radiation on hereditary fitness, and served on committees at the National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation, National Bureau of Standards, National Research Council, and the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. After retiring as director of The Jackson Laboratory in 1975, Green taught statistics and genetics at The College of the Atlantic. In 1981, Macmillan Press published his Genetics and Probability in Animal Breeding Experiments.
As the second director of The Jackson Laboratory, Earl Green institutionalized a rigorous organizational structure within both the scientific and administrative staffs. His Manual of Policies and Procedures still regulates many of the Laboratory’s internal functions. He was particularly interested in expanding educational opportunities for students and new scientists; he was an expert in statistical analysis, and long after his retirement continued to be consulted by the staff; he instituted the Animal Health Program along with the expanded mouse production facilities; and his computer science program, established in 1960, foreshadowed today’s enormously significant emphasis on bioinformatics. Not the least of Earl Green’s contributions to the Jackson Laboratory and its staff was his indefatigable organization of social events. From name tags to practical jokes he enjoyed both the process of organizing a party and the event, and felt they were an essential part of the institutional management. He knew all the staff, the employees and their families, and he never forgot a name.
For a brief biography of G. Margaret Green, Ph.D., see the vertical file.
Scope and Content:
The collection is extraordinarily incomplete. It has been gathered from other parts of the institution’s collections, and reflects only minimally on Earl Green’s scientific work and administrative accomplishments at The Jackson Laboratory. The collection of essays which he wrote between 1978 and 1994 (Box 23.3), and his five volume autobiography called Memoirs of a Mouse Breeder ( in the Secure File Cabinet), both written after his retirement as Director of the Laboratory, probably contribute the best understanding of both his diverse interests and his methodical approach to everything in life. Three boxes of collected reprints reflect his passionate interest in statistical analysis and lattice matrix theory. The audio tapes are of poor quality, but contain Earl Green’s perspectives on the growth and direction of The Jackson Laboratory during his directorship, as well as some reflections on his life and work. The papers Margaret Creighton Green (1914-1995) are also included in the inventory. The Photograph Collection of The Jackson Laboratory contains both official portraits and other images of Earl and Margaret Green,
Addendum: A collection of four personal photograph albums belonging to Earl and Margaret Green was given to TJL by Thomas Roderick in 1998, as well as a tribute album put together by Alan Russell at the time of the Greens’ retirement.
Public Relations material in the vertical file, 1985-95.
Special notices and publicity regarding Earl and Margaret Green, Green Endowment Fund, biographical sketches and curriculum vitae, and obituaries, 1959-95.
Box 14.2 : Papers, 1962-65. Notes, reports, documents and correspondence regarding the tax case with the U.S. Government vs The Jackson Laboratory. (With 1993 notes)
Box 15.4 : Notebook, 1971. Course on statistics prepared by Earl Green for members of The Jackson Laboratory staff.
Box 15.9 : Notebook, 1980. Notes on A Study of Matrix Algebra by S. R. Searle.
Box 22.9 : Correspondence, 1961-69. Concerning library policies, with the librarian and the Ladies Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Box 23.3 : Personal papers, 1978-94. 54 essays on topics from Halloween to solar energy.
Box 26.5 : Correspondence, 1954-81. Professional and business memos and reports to staff, trustees, and friends. (moved)
Box 36.3 : Margaret Green Papers. Professional papers, reprints, correspondence, 1965-77.
Box 39.6, .7, .8, .9; and Box 40.19, .20, .21 : Monthly Summaries to trustees, 1963, 1969-75.
Incomplete series: Information regarding research, training, production, public information, financial development, budget and fiscal data, personnel and organization data, building and grounds reports.
Box 40.1, .2, .3 : Manual of Policies and Procedures, 1956 :
Boxes 47a and 47b: Reprints.
Birnbaum, Allan, A Unified Theory of Estimation, Office of Naval Research, 1959.
Cassil, C.C., F.M. Wadley and F.P. Dean, Sampling Studies on Orchard Spray Residues in the Pacific Northwest, J. of Economic Entomology, Vol.36, No.2, April 1943.
Cazier, Mont A. and Annette L. Bacon, Introduction to Quantitative Systematics, American Museum of Natural History Bulletin, Vol.93, No.5, 1949.
Crow, J. and M. Kimura, Some Problems in Natural Populations, Proceedings of the Third
Berkeley Symposium on Mathmatical Statistics and Probability, University of California Press, 1954-55.
Danford, M. B. and others. Calculations of Probability Tables for New Multivariate Tests, USAF School of Aviation Medicine Project 21-02-033, Report No. 4, 1950.
Danford, M. B. Mixed Model Analysis of Variance, Assuming Equal Variances and Equal Covariances, USAF School of Aviation Medicine, #57-144, 1957.
Danford, M. Bryan. Some Problems on the Use of Negative Exponential Curves in Biology, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, 1965.
deBeer, Edwin J.et al. The Place of Statistical Methods in Biological and Chemical Experimentation, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 52, March 1950.
Dice, Lee R. Quantitative and Experimental Methods in Systematic Zoology, Zoology, Vol. 1, No. 3, September 1952.
Dickerson, G. E. Experimental Design for Testing Inbred Lines of Swine, Journal of Animal Science, Vol. 1, No. 4, November 1942.
Dodd, Stuart C. Note on an Index of Conformity, Science, Vol. 10, 1949.
Dorff, Martin and John Gurland. Estimation of the Parameters of a Linear Functional Relation, The Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Vol. 23, No. 1, 1961.
Dorff, Martin and John Gurland. Small Sample Behavior of Slope Estimators in a Linear Functional Relation, Biometrics, Vol. 17, No. 2, 1961.
Dunlap, Jack W. Applications of Analysis of Variance to Educational Problems, Journal of Educational Research, February 1940.
Dunlap, Jack W. Note on the Computation of Tetrachoric Correlation, Psychometika, Vol. 5, No. 2, June 1940.
Dunlap, Jack W. Recent Advances in Statistical Theory and Applications, The American Journal of Psychology, Vol. 51, No. 3, July 1938.
Eisenhart, Churchill. Expression of the Uncertainties of Final Results, Science, Vol. 160, 1968.
Eisenhart, Churchill. Frequency Arrays, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 41, December 1946.
Elfving, Gustav. Probability and Statistics in Item Analysis and Classification Problems, USAF School of Aviation Medicine, No. 56-91, 1956.
Elfving, Gustav. Probability and Statistics in Item Analysis and Classification Problems, USAF School of Aviation Medicine, No. 57-52, 1957.
Elfving, Gustav. Probability and Statistics in Item Analysis and Classification Problems, USAF School of Aviation Medicine, No. 57-97, 1957.
Federer, W. T. and G. F. Sprague. A Comparison of Variance Components in Corn Yield Trials, Journal of the American Society of Agronomy, Vol. 39, No. 6, June 1947.
Federer, Walter T. General Theory of Prime-Power Lattice Designs IV, Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950.
Feller, Willy. On the Logistic Law of Growth and its Empirical Verifications in Biology, Acta Biotheoretica, Vol. V, Pars 2, 1940.
Finney, D. J. The Detection of Linkage: Further Mating Types; Scores of Boyd’s Data, Annals of Eugenics, Vol. II, Part 1, 1941.
Finney, D. J. The Detection of Linkage: Incomplete Parental Testing, Annals of Eugenics, Vol.II, Part 2, 1941.
Fisher, R. A. The Correlation Between Relatives on the Supposition of Mendelian Inheritance, The Royal Society of Edinburgh, Vol. 52, 1918.
Fix, Evelyn and J.L. Hodges. Discriminatory Analysis, USAF School of Aviation Medicine Project 21-49-004, No. 11, 1952.
Forester, H. C. Design of Agronomic Experiments for Plots Differentiated in Fertility by Past Treatments, Research Bulletin 226, November 1937.
Frome, Edward L. and John J. Beauchamp. Maximum Liklihood Estimation of Survival Curve Parameters, Biometrics, Vol. 24, No. 3, September 1968.
Gold, Ruth Z. On Comparing Multinomial Probabilities, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, 1962.
Good, I. J. Kinds of Probability, Science, Vol. 129, No. 3347, 1959.
Gowan, John W. Studies in Milk Secretion V., Genetics, Vol. 5, March 1920.
Gowan, John W. Studies in Milk Secretion VI., Genetics, Vol. 5, May 1920.
Gowan, John W. Studies in Milk Secretion VIII., Annual Report of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station for 1920.
Gowan, John W. Studies in Milk Secretion X., Journal of Dairy Science, Vol. VI, No. 2, March 1923.
Gowan, John W. Studies in Milk Secretion XI., Journal of Dairy Science, Vol. VI, No. 4, July 1923.
Gowan, John W. Variations and Mode of Secretion of Milk Solids, Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. XVI, No. 3, January 1919.
Gowan, Marie S. and John W. Gowan. Studies in Milk Secretion XVII., Annual Report of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station for 1922.
Gower, J. C. Variance Component Estimation for Unbalanced Hierarchical Classifications, Biometrics, Vol. 18, No. 4, 1962.
Grier, N. M. and J. F. Mueller. Further Studies in Correlation of Shape and Station in Fresh Water Mussels, Bulletin of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia, Vol.1, Nos.2 & 3, May-July, 1926.
Haber, E. S. and George W. Snedecor. Forecasts from an Incomplete Experiment on Asparagus, American Society for Horticultural Science, Vol.48, 1946.
Haley, Thomas J. An Instrument for Plotting ED50 Curves, Science, Vol. 106, August 1947.
Halperin, Max. An Empirical Investigation of the Analysis of Variance Method When the Underlying Assumptions are Not Fulfilled, USAF School of Aviation Medicine Project Report 21-49-003, Number 4, 1950.
Halperin, Max. Empirical Study of Restriction of Range, USAF School of Medicine Project Report 21-49-001, Number 3, 1950.
Halperin, Max. Empirical Study of Restriction of Range, USAF School of Medicine Project Report 21-49-001, Number 4, 1950.
Harman, Harry H. Modern Factor Analysis, 1960.
Hartman, Frank A. Adrenal and Thyroid Weights in Birds, The Auk, Vol. 63, January 1946.
Henderson, Earl W. Dubious Experimental procedures in Biology, Science, Vol. 118, 1953.
Herrera, L. Bias in the Allocation of Treatments by Random Numbers, Science, Vol. 122, 1955.
Homeyer, Paul G. and others. Punched Card and Calculating Machine Methods for Analyizing Lattice Experiments Including Lattice Squares and Cube Lattice, Iowa State College Research Bulletin 347, April 1947.
Houseman, E. E. Methods of Computing a Regression of Yield on Weather, Iowa State College of Agriculture Research Bulletin 302, June 1942.
Hughes, Harry M. Discriminatory Analysis, USAF School of Medicine project report 21-49-004, Report No. 10, 1952.
Humm, Doncaster G. A Suggested Measure of Bivariate Relationship Based on the Ellipse of Concentration, The Journal of Psychology, Vol.41, 1956.
IBM. The Uses of IBM Machines in Scientific Research, Statistics, and Education, 1948.
Insko, W. M., Dewey G. Steele and E. T. Wrightman. Reproductive Phenomena in Ageing Hens, Kentucky Agricultural Station Bulletin 498.
Ito, Koichi, A Comparison of the Powers of two Multivariate Analysis of Variance Tests, Biometrika, Vol. 49, 1962.
Jackson, Robert W. B. Application of the Analysis of Variance and Covariance Method to Educational Problems, Department of Educational Research, University of Toronto, Bulletin No. 11, 1940.
Jackson, Robert W. B. Note on the Relationship between Internal Consistency and Test-Retest Estimates of the Reliability of a Test, Psychometrika, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1942.
Jackson, Robert W. B. and George A. Ferguson. A Plea for a Functional Approach to Test Construction, University of Toronto, nd.
Jackson, Robert W. B. Reliability of Mental Tests, British Journal of Psychology, Vol. XXIX, January 1939.
Jackson, Robert W. B. and George A. ferguson. Studies on the Reliability of Tests, Department of Educational research, University of Toronto, 1941.
Jessen, Raymond J. and others. On a Population Sample for Greece, Journal of the Statistical Association, Vol. 42, September, 1947.
Johnson, Leslie E. and Jay L. Fish. Repeatability of Type Ratings in Dairy Cattle, Journal of Dairy Science, Vol. XXV, No. 1, 1942.
Johnson, N. L. and B. L. Welch. Applications of the Non-central t-distribution: Tables, Biometrica, Vol. 31, 1940.
Jolliffe, E. T. Fundamental Principples in Tabulating Machine Methods of Statistical Analysis, Journal of Experimental Education, March 1941.
Jung, Frederic T. Centripetal Drift: A Fallacy in the Evaluation of Theraputic Results, Science, Vol. 87, 1938.
Kastenbaum, Marvin A. Credibility and Inference in Experimentation, EMS Newsletter, No. 4, March 1971.
Kelley, Truman Lee. Fundamentals of Statistics (book review), 1947.
Kempthorne, O. A Model for the Syudy of Quantitative Inheritance, Genetics, Vol. 39, #6., 1954.
Kempthorne, O. The Correlation between Relatives in a Random Mating Population, Proceedings of The Royal Society of London, Vol. 143, #910, 1954.
Kempthorne, O. The Theoretical Values of Correlations between Relatives in Random Mating Populations, Genetics, Vol. 40, #2, 1955.
Kempthorne, O. The Correlations between Relatives in a Simple Autotetraploid Population,Genetics, Vol. 40, #2, 1955.
Kidwell, J. F. and Herman B. Chase. Fitting the Allometric Equation- A Comparison of Ten Methods by Computer Simulation, Growth, Vol. 31, 1967.
Kimbell, Allyn W. An Empirical Investigation of the Analysis of Variance Method When the Underlying Assumptions Are not Fulfilled, USAF School of Aviation Medicine, Project #21-32-008, Report #2, 1950.
Kimbell, Allyn W. An Empirical Investigation of the Analysis of Variance Method When the Underlying Assumptions are Not Fulfilled, USAF School of Aviation Medicine, Project # 21-49-003, Report # 3, 1950.
King, Arnold J. and Dale McCarty. Application of Sampling to Agricultural Statistics with Emphasis on Stratified Samples, The Journal of Marketing, April 1941.
King, Arnold J and Emil H. Jebe. An Experiment in Pre-Harvest Sampling of Wheat Fields, Iowa State College of Agriculture research Bulletin #273, 1940.
King, Arnold. J. The Master Sample, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 40, March 1945.
Kish, Joseph F. The Quartile Abcissa of the Normal Curve to 15 Places of Decimals, Human Biology, Vol. 11, No. 2, May 1939.
Kloepfer, H. W. An Investigation of 171 Possinble Linkage Relationships in Man, Annals of Eugenics, Vol. 13, 1946.
Kurbatov, J. D. and H. B. Mann Correction of G-M Counter Data, The Physical review, Vol. 68, No. 1-2, 1945.
Lengerova, Alena. Radiation Chimeras and Genetics of Somatic Cells, Science, Vol. 155, February 1967.
L’Heritier, PH. Les methodes statistiques dans l’ecperimentation biologique, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique, 1949.
Li, C. C. The Method of Pain Analysis, Biostatistics Seminar, University of Pittsburgh, 1956.
Li, C. C. Repeated Linear Regression and Variance Components of a Population with Binomial Frequencies, The Biometric Society, Vol. 13, No.2, 1957.
Li, Jerome C. R. Design and Statistical Analysis of Some Confounded Factorial Experiments, Iowa State College Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin # 333, 1944.
Liklider, J. C. R. Oscillographic Scatterplots Illustrating Various Degrees of Correlation, Science, Vol. 107, January 1948.
Lumer, H. and others. On the Significance of the Constant b in the Law of Allometry y=bxa, The American Naturalist, Vol. LXXVI, 1942.
Lutz, Frank E. The Variation and Correlations of Certain Taxonomic Characters of Gryllus, Carnegie Institution, July 1908.
Mainland, Donald. Statistical Methods in Medical Research: Qualitative Statistics, Canadian Journal of Research, 1948.
Mainland, Donald and I. M. Murray. Tables for Use in Fourfold Contingency Tests, Science, Vol. 116, November 1952.
Mann, Henry B. On a Test for Randomness Based on Signs of Differences, The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. XVI, No. 2, 1945.
Mann, H. B. On Orthogonal Latin Squares, Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 50, No. 4, 1944.
Mann, H. B. On the Construction of Sets of Orthogonal Latin Squares, Annals of Manthematical Statistics, Vol. XIV, No. 4, 1943.
Mann, Henry B. Nonparametric Tests Against Trend, Journal of the Econometric Society,
Vol. 13, No. 3, 1945.
Mann, H. B. Note on a Paper by C. W. Cotterman and L. H. Snyder, Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. XVI, No. 3, 1945.
Mann, Henry B. On a Problem of Estimation Occurring in Public Opinion Polls, Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. XVI, No. 1, March 1945.
Mann, H. B. Quadratic Forms with Linear Constraints, American Mathematical Monthly, Vol.L, No.7, August-September, 1943.
Mann, H. B. and A. Wald. On Stochastic and Order Relationships, The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol.XIV, No.3, September, 1943.
Marcus, Marvin. Basic Theorems in Matrix Theory, National Bureau of Standards #57, 1960.
McClung, R. M. What to do Until the Statistician Comes, Bureau of Ordnance Naval Reserve Information Bulletin #1455, 1954.
McElrath, Gayle W. Scientific Method, Statistical Inference, and the Law, Science, Vol. 124, September 1956.
McIntosh, William B. Linkage in Peromyscus, and Sequential Tests for Independent Assortment, University of Michigan, #73, June 1956.
McNee, Richard C. and Phelps P. Crump. Analysis of Repeated Measurements with Disproportionate Samples for Treatments in a Two-way Classification, USAF School of Aerospce Medicine, Report # SAM-TDR 62-149, 1962.
Meachham, A. D. and others. The Value of the Collator in Using Prepunched Cards for Obtaining Moments and Product Moments, Proceedings of the Educational Research Forum, August 1940,
Mitchell, H. H. and H. S. Grindley. The Element of Uncertainty in the Interpretation of Feeding Experiments, University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin # 165, 1913.
National Bureau of Standards, Tables to Facilitate Sequential t-Tests, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1951.
Pyle, S.Idell and Camille Menino, Observations on Estimating Skeletal Age from the Todd and the Flory Bone Atlases, Child Development, Vol.10, No.1, 1939.
Schultz, Adolph H. and W.L. Straus, Jr., The Numbers of Vertebrae in Primates, Proceedings of The American Philosophical Society, Vol.89, No.4, 1945.
Schultz, V., A Partial Bibliography on Forest Sampling and related Subjects, n.d.
Seath, Dwight M., The Intensity and kind of Selection Actually practiced in Dairy Herds, J. of Dairy Science, October 1940.
Senturia, Ben H., Auditory Acuity of Aviation Cadets, Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, December 1944.
Sitgreaves, Rosedith, A Statistical Formulation of the Attenuation Paradox in Test Theory, USAF School of Aviation Medicine, August 1956.
Skellam, J.G., Random Dispersal in Theoretical Populations, Biometrika, Vol.38, June 1951.
Slater, M., A Method for Improving the Procession of Inverse Square Measurements, USAF School of Medicine, April 1957.
Solomon, Herbert, Probability and Stastisics in Item Analysis and Classification problems, USAF School of Medicine, August 1956.
Smith, John H., Tests of Significance: What They Mean and How to Use Them, Studies in Business Administration, University of Chicago Press, Vol.X, No.1, 1941.
Snedecor, George W., Design of Sampling Experiments in the Social Sciences, J. of Farm Economics, Vol.XXI, No.4, November 1939.
Snedecor, George W. and W.R. Breneman, A Factorial Experiment to Learn the Effects of Four Androgens Injected into Male Chicks, Iowa Stae College Journal of Science, Vol.19, No.4, July 1945.
Snedecor, George W. and Georgw W. brown, Curve Fitting: An Art or a Science?, Iowa State College Journal of Science, Vol.21, No.3, April 1947.
Statistical Research Group, Statistical Analysis of Double Dichotomies, March 19, 1953.
Stearman, Robert L., Statisticcal Concepts in Microbiology, Bacteriological Reviews, Vol.19, No.3, September 1953.
Stevens, S.S., On the Averaging of Data, Science, Vol.121, January 28, 1955.
Stonaker, H.H. and J.L. Lush, Heritability of Conformation in Poland China Swine as Evaluated by Scoring, J. of Animal Science, Vol.1,No.2, May 1942.
Stroud, Clyde P., An Application of Factor Analysis to the Systematics of Kalotermes, Systematic Zoology, Vol.2, No.2, June 1953.
Tallis, G.M., The Use of a Generalized Multinomial Distribution in the Estimation of Correlation in Discrete Data, J. of the Royal Statistical Society, Vol.24, No.2, 1962.
Tang, P.C., The Power Function of the Analysis of Variance Tests with Tables and Illustrations of their Use, Statistical Research, Vol.2, 1938.
Thomson, George W., Measures of Plant Aggregation Based on Contagious Distribution, Laboratory of Vertebrate Biology, U. of Michigan, No.53, March 1952.
Tracts for Computers No. XXIV Tables of Random Sampling Numbers, Kendall & Smith, Cambridge University Press, 1939.
Tracts for Computers No. XXV Random Normal Deviates, Herman Wold, Cambridge University Press, 1948.
Box 47c: Additional Reprints: (not yet catalogued)
- The Use Orthogonal Polynomials in the Partition of Chi-Square
- Analysis of Variance for percentages based on Unequal Numbers
- The present Status of Biometry.
- An Examination of the Accuracy of Lattice and Lattice Square Experiments on Corn.
- Statistical Analysis of Factors Which Make for Success in Initial Encounters Between Hens.
- A calculus for Statistico-genetics.
- Separating frequency Distributions into Two Normal Components.
- Guide for Quality Control and Control Chart method of Analyzing data.
- Control Chart method of Controlling Quality During production.
- Mean Rate of Change and a Graphic Method for its Evaluation.
- Application of the Logistic Function to Bio-Assay.
- C.I. Bliss Bibliography
- Biometric Techniques in Biology.
- An Analysis of Heart Measurements of Growing Boys.
- Statistical problems in Estimating Populations of Japanese Beetle Larvae.
- The Efficiency of Lattice Squares in Corn Selection Tests in new England and Pennsylvania.
- Estimation of the Mean and Its Error from incomplete Poisson Distributions.
- A Classification of groups
- A priori Use of the Gaussian Law.
- Discrimination Analysis: Contribution to the Theory of Accident Proneness. Report #8
- Discrimination Analysis: Contribution to the Theory of Accident Proneness. Report #9
- The Numbers of Vertebrae in Primates.
- Heritabuility of Conformation in poland China Swine as Evaluated by Scoring.
- Design of Sampling Experiments in the Social Sciences.
- A Factorial Experiment to Learn the Effects of Four Androgens Injected into male Chicks.
- On the Averaging of Data.
- Curve Fitting: An Art or a Science: An Application of Factor Analysis to the Systematics of Kalotermes.
- Statistical Analysis of Double Dichotomies
- Partial bibliography On Forest Sampling and related Subjects.
- Statistical Concepts in Microbiology.
- The Use of a Generalized Multinomial Distribution in the Estimation of Correlation in Discrete Data
- Observations on Estimating Skelatal Age from the Todd and the Flory Bone Atlases.
- Measures of Plant Aggregation Based on Contagious Distribution.
- The Intensity and Kind of Selection Actually Practiced in Dairy Herds.
- Auditory Acuity of Aviation Cadets.
- Probability and Statistics in Item Analysis and Classification problems; A Statistical Formulation of the Attenuation Paradox in test Theory.
- Random Dispersal in Theoretical Populations.
- A method for Improving the precision of Inverse Square Measurements.
- Sampling Studies on Orchard Spray Residues in the Pacific Northwest.
- Proceedings of the Third Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability.
- Introduction to Quantitative Systematics.
- Tables of Orthogonal Polynomial Values Extended to N=104.
- Methods of Interpreting Yield Records in Apple fertilization Experiments.
- A Unified Theory of Estimation.
- The Power Function of the Analysis of VarianceTests with Tables and Illustrations of Their Use.
- Determining Potent Independent Variables in Multiple Regression and Discriminant Analysis.
- The Study of Individual personality by Means of the Intraindividual Correlation.
- Limitations of the Application of Fourfold Table Analysis to Hospital Data.
- Approximation of Chi-Square by “Probits” and by “Logits”
- Generalized Maximum Liklihood Methods with Exact Justification on Two Levels.
- Inequalities in Adult Capacity – from Military data.
- Predicting the Individuals College Entrance.
- Late menopause and Cancer of the breast.
- Penetration of Oils into Insect Eggs.
- Proceedings of the American Association of Economic Entomologists.
- Static and Dynamic Variation in the response of an Insect to Sublethal Doses of Two Gases.
- The design of Biological Assays.
- Tests of Significance in reversal or Switchback trials.
- Evaluating Liquid Household Insecticides Against the German Cockroach and Bedbug.
- Measurement of Parent Behavior as part of the Child’s Environment.
- The Estimation of Sample Size in Experiments: Using Comparisons of Averages.
- The estimation of Sample Size in Experiments: using Comparisons of proportion.
- An Extension of the coefficient of Divergence for Use with Multiple Characters.
- The Analysis of Lattice and triple lattice Experiments in Corn Varietal Tests.
- Tests of Significance What They mean and How to use Them.
Box 51.2: Manuscript: Gene Variants and Laboratory Mouse, M.L. Green, 1981.
Secure File Cabinet: Manuscript: Memoirs of a Mouse Breeder, Volumes 1-5, 1589pp., 1994.
Vol. 1 Chapters 1-8, Boyhood through 1956.
Vol. 2 Chapters 9-12, The Jackson Laboratory: Administration and Staff.
Vol. 3 Chapters 13-15, TJL: Research, Training and Production Programs.
Vol. 4 Chapters 16-21, TJL: Animals, Finances, Properties, Taxes, Public Information.
Vol. 5 Chapters 22-25, TJL: Publications, Personal research and activities, to 1975.
(The table of contents lists chapters 26-39, but they are not included in this manuscript.)
Media and Museum Collection:
AUDIOTAPES: 50th Anniversary Interviews, 1978-79. Tape #1 and #2.
PHOTOGRAPHS: Red Album: Jennings Grammar School (2), 1927; commencement booklets, Hylander image of Green house on MDI; Mondale & Carter political images; 2 original Chinese brush paintings, with correspondence, 1975; Rembrandt self portrait (copy). Grey Album: 61 images of friends, home, croquet games, & Jackson Laboratory.
Black Album (#1): 208 images of colleagues & family (each annotated, some dates); Black Album (#2): 319 images of family, colleagues, scenery, children, mice (most annotated).
Arranged and described by Martha Harmon
March 8, 1998, amended January 18, 1999, April 18, 2000.