Timelines and History
★Main Building Period: Timeline of events and people from 1883-1934.
★Painter Building Period: Timeline of events and people from 1935-1972.
★RL Moore Building Period: Timeline of events and people from 1972-Present.
★Physics Library History: Librarians for physics are listed with pictures and information
★UT Women in Physics: Timeline and stories about the careers, contributions and accomplishments of UT women students in physics.
★Centers of Excellence: History of Physics Centers of Research
★Department Photo Album: Photographs of Physics Faculty, 1883-Present.
★Main Building Photo Album: 1932 exceptional photographs taken by Charles Raines, a student. Physics rooms and labs in the Main Building are shown.
★UT Faculty 1913 Photo: Early faculty photo that includes several physics faculty.
★Older UT Faculty 1915-1916 Photo: Early faculty photo that includes one member of physics faculty.
★Staff Group Photos: Staff group photos from awards ceremonies.
★Index of Names with links, if available, to their entry.
★Physics Faculty and Research Staff Index: A list of Faculty and Research Staff with links, if available, to their entry.
★Chairs: Department Chair photographs and dates.
★Physics Administrative and Clerical Staff: Staff listing, bios, and photographs.
★Physics Shops: Shop staff listing, bios, stories and photographs.
★PhD Students: List of all students who received a Ph. D. degree.
★First and Second Japanese Student at UT: Motozo A. Akazawa, humanities, 1901–1905, and T. Shimo Kawabe, mining engineering, math, physics and chemistry student 1905-07.
★Various Department Directories: Some department directories 1992–1994
★School of Physics Report 1890: Report submitted by Alexander MacFarlane, professor of physics.
★Physics Workshop Upgrade 1898: Report by W. T. Mather on recent Physics Department workshop equipment upgrade.
★Physics Grades: Grades in UT Physics during the 1910s studied and reported in 1917.
★KUT Radio Founding: Professor S. Leroy Brown constructed the fiirst campus radio station.
★Physics Budget 1915-16: Listing of items purchased.
★Physics Lab Manuel 1917 and Reports: Manuel from 1917 with reports by several students.
★Where are they Now?, 1917: Former physics students in “General Register of the Students and Former Students of the University of Texas, 1917”
★Job Opportunities in Physics 1927: Article in Bryan, TX, newspaper which includes an interview with Chair S. Leroy Brown about jobs for physics students.
★Air Service School 1918: Article giving history of Air Service School for Radio Operators at Penn Field, Austin. School, established 1918, was supervised by Prof. S. Leroy Brown, UT Physics professor.
★Propagator Archive: Collection of department’s newsletters.
★Enrollment and Teaching Report 1950:
★Program from RL Moore Hall Dedication 1972 Program that includes descriptions of Astronomy, Math and Physics Departments.
★Janitor's View of the Physics Building, 1946
★Graduate Brochure-1985 This includes faculty photos, descriptions of research areas, facilities, admission requirements, statistics and cost.
★Graduate Brochure-1991 This includes faculty photos, descriptions of research areas, facilities, admission requirements, statistics and cost.
★Department Activities Report 1991–92 This includes faculty research, publications, awards, graduates, facilities, colloquia and seminars..
★Origins of Applied and Defense Research Laboratories written in 1995 by Chester M. McKinney who served as director for many years.
★Bureau of Ships 1945 Yearbook A yearbook belonging to Paul Erlandson who worked there during WWII, donated by his son, Scott.
★UT Physics Faculty Books: A listing of books published by UT Physics faculty.
★Awards and Honors: Recipients of awards and honors by UT Physics faculty.
★Honor & Support: Listing of Scholarships, Fellowships, Lectureships, Professorships and Chairs created from contributions by students, faculty, alumni and friends of the University of Texas Physics Department.
★Vintage Demonstration and Research Equipment: Photos and descriptions of various equipment previously used by the department.
★Physics Signed Softball A softball that was presented to Tom Griffy. It was signed by a number of students, staff and faculty. ca. 1977