SOURCES:

Note: A major source of information has been the Papers of Hugh Everett III in the Niels Bohr Library, Center for History of Physics, American Institute of Physics, One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740-3843, USA. I express sincere thanks to Mrs. Katherine A. Hayes for help in the selection, shipping, and reading of materials, and to Dr. Spencer Weart for permission to quote from them. The Everett collection in the Niels Bohr Library is referred to in citations below as the Archive.

When a name or subject is enclosed in square brackets, it means that I have inferred the name or subject rather than finding it explicitly given in the cited source.

1. Donald L. Reisler. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 25, 2001.

1a. Joseph George Caldwell. "An Historical Note on Lambda Corporation, Hugh Everett III, and John Nash." http://www.foundation.bw/HistoricalNote1.htm

1b. http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/6072/1einstein.html

2. [Nancy Gore Everett] Calendar of events, Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.

3. His middle initial M appears only twice in available sources ([96] and [98]). His son thinks that Hugh had no middle name [9]. Since the initial appears in a formal contract [98], it seems likely to this author that Hugh had a middle name (or initial) but chose almost never to use it.

4. Obituary in The Washington Times, July 23, 1982, page 2B. Archive, Box 1, Folder 2.

5. http://eels.artistdirect.com/biography/index.shtml [An updated version is currently available at http://www.eelstheband.com/biography/index.php]

6. "Two Colonels Here Shifted." The Washington Post and Times Herald, January 8, 1955. Archive, Box 1, Folder 5.

7. "Poems by Katharine Kennedy Everett." George Washington University Magazine, vol. 1, No. 4, Winter 1965, page 19. Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.

8. Obituary in The Washington Post, July 3, 1980, page B6 (Metro Section).

9. Mark Oliver Everett, Letter to the author (via email) dated February 2, 2001.

10. http://www.pe.net/~rksnow/mdcountybethesda.htm

11. http://www.adsw.org/site/MD/Bethesda/WisconsinAve/7719/nomination/sec8.html

12. Letter from Albert Einstein dated June 11, 1943. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8. This letter appears with a Russian translation on the book jacket of Yu.Lebedev, Ambiguous Universe, published by its author, Kostroma, 2000, 320 pages, 192 copies.

13. [Funeral speech on July 22, 1982, most material for which was prepared [157] by George E. Pugh] "In Memoriam. Hugh Everett, III." Archive, Box 1, Folder 2.

14. [Everett's resume, written by him in September, 1965]. Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.

15. [Report on obtaining pass in Heidelberg and visiting Leipzig Spring Fair, 1950]. Archive, Box 1, Folder 4.

16. http://mb113.moleng.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~cj/cj3/pre_data/guest.html

17. http://www.millennial.org/pubs/ffn/1_3/bridge.html (This URL is no longer active.)

18. http://washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/community/clubs/redcircle.htm

19. [Interview of Everett recorded by Charles Misner. Archive, Box 1, Folder 3.]

20. http://www.staywashingtondc.com/pages/n_alex.html

21. http://oh.essortment.com/oldtownalexand_ryca.htm

22. "Reports of the Third Conference on Games held at Fine Hall, Princeton University March 11 and 12, 1957." Princeton University. Department of Mathematics. Logistics Research Project. Sponsored by the Office of Naval Research. Archive, Box 1, Folder 10.

23. H. Everett /National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellow 1953-56/. "Recursive Games," in: Contributions to the Theory of Games. Vol. III, Annals of Mathematics Study No. 39, Princeton University Press, 1957, pp. 47-78. Archive, Box 1, Series II, Folder 2 (updated from description in [14]).

24. Rainich, G. Y. Mathematics of Relativity, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1950.

24a. John Archibald Wheeler with Kenneth Ford, Geons, Black Holes & Quantum Foam. A Life in Physics. W. W. Norton & Company. New York, London, 1998.

25. [Listing of courses Everett took at Princeton] - Graduate Alumni Records: Hugh Everett, III *57, Princeton University Archives, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, Princeton University Library. 65 Olden Street, Princeton NJ 08544-2009, USA. Published with permission of the Princeton University Library. I express sincere thanks to Ms. Christie Lutz for help in selection and sending these materials gratis and to Mr. John S. Weeren for permission to quote them. This material referenced below as Princeton Alumni Records.

26. [List of supervisors of post-graduate students for 1954-55 year] - Archive, Box 1, Folder 5.

27. "Danish Savant At Princeton." Trenton Times, November 21, 1954. Archive, Box 1, Folder 5.

27a. A little different snapshot of the same scene is now available at http://www.aip.org/history/esva/catalog/esva/Everett_Hugh.html

28. Mark Oliver Everett. Letter to the author (via email) dated December 21, 2000.

29. Harvey J. Greenberg. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 3, 2001.

30. Frances Zeigler. "Around Belle Haven." Archive, Box 1, Folder 5.

31. [H]. Everett. "Objective vs. Subjective Probability." Archive, Box 1, Folder 6.

32. H. Everett. "Quantitative Measure of Correlation." Archive, Box 1, Folder 6.

33. H. Everett. "Probability in Wave Mechanics." Archive, Box 1, Folder 6.

34. [Note by Wheeler to Everett dated September 21, 1955]. Archive, Box 1, Folder 5.

35. H. Everett. "The Theory of the Universal Wave Function." Thesis. Archive, Box 1, Series II, Folder 1.

36. Bryce S. DeWitt and Neill Graham (Eds.): The Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1973. Archive, Box 2, Series II, Folder 6.

37. Hugh Everett, III. "On the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics." Thesis submitted to Princeton University, March, 1, 1957, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Ph.D. Degree. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

38. Bryce DeWitt. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 15, 2001.

39. Boulton Miller. Letter to the author (via email) dated November 21, 2000. B. Miller was at that time the Deputy Executive Secretary of WSEG.

40. Certificate of attending Weapons Orientation Advanced Class No. 113, 23-26.10.56. Archive, Box 1, Folder 4.

41. http://www.nwmp.sandia.gov/wlp/er/SNLHistory.htm

42. http://www.ida.org/

43. Hugh Everett, III. Letter to Bryce DeWitt dated May 31, 1957. Private archive of Bryce S. DeWitt.

44. This is reported in Bryce DeWitt's annotation of the book by David Deutsch, The Fabric of Reality (in review of chapter 13): http://naturalscience.com/ns/books/book02.html

45. Hugh Everett, III. "'Relative State' Formulation of Quantum Mechanics." Reviews of Modern Physics, vol. 29, No. 3, July, 1957, pp. 454-462. With permission of the copyright holders, this paper is reproduced at: www.chat.ru/~everettian/english/paper1957.html

46. John A. Wheeler. "Assessment of Everett's 'Relative State' Formulation of Quantum Theory." Reviews of Modern Physics, vol. 29, No. 3, July, 1957, pp. 463-465.

47. Hugh Everett, III and John A. Wheeler. [Letter dated March 10, 1957 and mailing list for it] Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

48. http://www.math.washington.edu/~hillman/PUB/dbwf2 (Material from this obsolete URL can now be found at http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/PUB/dbwf2.)

49. Cecile DeWitt-Morette. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 10, 2001.

50. [Departmental report on Everett's dissertation] Princeton Alumni Records.

51. [Departmental report on Everett's defense] Princeton Alumni Records.

52. Bryce DeWitt. Letter to John Wheeler dated May 7, 1957. Private archive of Bryce S. DeWitt.

53. The phrase by Prof. Jammer (from [106]?) is quoted in Bill Harvey's letter to Everett dated June 8, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

54. Nancy G. Everett. [Letter to Prof. and Mrs. Wheeler]. (signed by Hugh Everett as well) dated March 21, 1979. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

55. Keith M. Corbett. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 12, 2001.

56. Nancy G. Everett. Letter to John Gliedman dated March 28, 1985. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

57. Mark Oliver Everett. Letter to the author (via email) dated December 8, 2000.

58. J. Neil Killalea. [Obituary]. Operations Research/Management Science Today, vol. 9, No. 4, July-August, 1982. Archive, Box 1, Folder 2.

59. http://home.gzinc.com/mmz/Hank2.htm.

60. http://www.nasm.edu/nasm/dsh/TRANSCPT/PHILLIP4.HTM

61. http://www.jps.net/ethelen/mono-6.html (Material from this obsolete URL can be found now at http://ed-thelen.org/mono-6.html)

62. H. Everett, G. E. Pugh. "The Distribution and Effects of Fallout in Large Nuclear Weapon Campaigns." Operations Research, vol. 7, No. 2, March-April 1959. Archive, Box 2, Series II, Folder 5.

63. H. Everett, III. "Generalized Lagrange Multiplier Method for Solving Problems of Optimum Allocation of Resources," Operations Research, vol. 11, No. 3, May-June 1963, pp. 399-417.

64. F. Jeszenszky. Letter to Everett dated February 11, 1958. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

65. A. G. Hill. Letter to Everett dated March 19, 1958. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

66. John A. Wheeler. Letter to George Edwin Pugh dated June 8, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

67. John A. Wheeler. Letter to Everett dated January 22, 1959. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

68. Michael M. May. Letter to Wheeler dated December 5, 1958. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

69. Hugh [Everett]. Letter to Bob [Galiano?], written in March or April, 1959. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

70. Nancy G. Everett. Letter to Frank J. Tipler dated October 10, 1983. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

70a. Frank Tipler. Letter to the author (via email) dated May 29, 2002.

71. Peter H. Greene. Letter to Everett dated March 20, 1961. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

72. Donald L. Reisler. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 12. 2001.

73. http://www.fcita.donetsk.ua/subject/turupalov/Introduction.html (This URL is no longer active.) I am deeply indebted to Professor Patrick Norrington of Queens University of Belfast, who, in an email message of February 23, 2004, corrected my earlier error in confusing the work of Joseph David Everett and Hugh Everett III.

74. http://www.hsms.msu.ru/koi/course-mech4.shtml (Material from this obsolete URL can be found now at http://www.hsms.msu.ru/old/course-mech4.shtml)

75. http://www.math.nsc.ru/AP/benchmarks/UFLP/ufpl_lag.html

76. A. Charnes and W. W. Cooper, "A Note on the 'Fail-Safe' Properties of the 'Generalized Lagrange Multiplier Method'." Operations Research, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 674-677 (July/August 1965).

77. Harvey J. Greenberg. Letter to the author (via email) dated February 4, 2001.

78. H. Everett, III. "Comments on Preceding Note." Operations Research, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 677-678 (July/August 1965).

79. "Everett Heads New Firm." The Evening Star, August 26, 1964, page B-20. Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.

80. "Executive Changes in D.C. Area." The Washington Post, August 27, 1964, page G10. Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.

81. Washington Daily News, August 27, 1964. Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.

81a. The photo is posted at: http://kv.minsk.by/index2003014601.htm.

82. [George E. Pugh?]. (Untitled materials about Everett for obituaries). Archive, Box 1, Folder 2.

83. [The Graduate School. Everett's obituary] - Princeton Alumni Weekly, May 18, 1983. Princeton Alumni Records.

83a. George Caldwell. Letter to the author (via email) dated May 12, 2002.

84. W. H. Marlow. Letter to Everett dated March 13, 1964. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

85. George G. DenBroeder. Letter to Everett dated February 12, 1965. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

86. R. Brooks and A. M. Geoffrion, "Finding Everett's Lagrange Multipliers by Linear Programming." Operations Research, vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 1149-1153 (November-December 1966).

87. "Dean Succeeds Everett at Lambda." The Evening Star, July 24, 1968, page E-7. Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.

87a. John Y. Barry. Letter to the author (via email) dated May 19, 2002.

87b. Paul Flanagan. Letter to the author (via email) dated June 17, 2002.

88. Hugh Everett, III. Letter to Bill Harvey dated June 20, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

89. Aage Petersen, Quantum Physics and the Philosophical Tradition, 1968, p. 174. Described by [162].

90. Donald L. Reisler. Letter to the author (via email) dated February 3, 2001.

91. Bryce S. DeWitt. "Quantum Mechanics and Reality," Physics Today, vol. 23, No. 9 (September 1970), p. 30-40 (referenced at http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1756/everett.txt).

92-93. Physics Today, vol. 24, No. 4, (April, 1971), and page 36; vol. 24, No. 11, (November, 1971), page 10 (referenced at http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1756/everett.txt.)

94. Bryce S. DeWitt. "Resource Letter IQM-1 on the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics." American Journal of Physics, vol. 39, 1971 (July), pp. 724-738 (referenced at http://www.fourmilab.ch/rpkp/retro.html).

95. John W. Hannon. Letter to Bryce DeWitt dated August 9, 1972. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

96. John W. Hannon. Letter to Doctor Hugh M. Everett, III dated September 21, 1972. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

97. John W. Hannon. Letter to Bryce DeWitt dated September 25, 1972. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

98. Memorandum of Agreement between Hugh M. Everett, III of McLean, Virginia, and Princeton University Press dated September 19, 1972. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

99. Royalty Statement covering the period Inception October, 1973 to January 31, 1974. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

100. Loren Hoekzema. Letter to Nancy G. Everett dated July 11, 1986. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

101. http://members.tripod.com/~EshlemanW/

102. "Dr. Hugh Everett III, Founder of Data Firm" [Obituary], The Washington Post, July 23, 1982, page B7. Archive, Box 1, Folder 2.

103. Keith F. Lynch. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 13, 2001.

104. Keith F. Lynch. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 11, 2001.

105. P. C. W. Davies, The Physics of Time Asymmetry, University of California Press, 1974, p. 172-4, 199. Listed in [162].

106. Max Jammer, The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics, John Wiley & Sons, 1974, pp. 508, 509, 513. Listed in [162].

107. F. J. Belinfante, Measurement and Time Reversal in Objective Quantum Theory, Pergamon Press, 1975, passim. Listed in [162].

108. Michael Talbot and Lloyd Biggle, Jr. "Quantum Physics and Reality." - Science Fiction Analog Science Fact, Boulder, Colorado, Dec. 1976. Listed in [162].

109. Nancy G. Everett. Letter in edition Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact dated December 10, 1976. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

110. Georgia S. Witt. Letter to Hugh Everett, III dated January 24, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

111. Roger Zelazny, Trumps of Doom. N.Y., Avon, 1985. Described at http://www.powells.com/biblio/28000-28200/0380896354.html (Information from this obsolete URL can be found at http://www.powells.com/cgi-bin/biblio?inkey=0-0380896354-0)

112. Effinger, George Alec. "Schroedinger's Kitten." Omni, September 1989. Referenced at http://www.pasteur.fr/infosci/FAQ/sf/alt_history/part2 (This URL no longer active. For the referenced FAQs, see http://faqs.jmas.co.jp/FAQs/sf/alt_history/part2)

113. Cong Huyen Ton Nu Nha Trang and William L. Pensinger, The Moon of Hoa Binh. Bangkok: Foundation Autopoy, 1994. (In this two-vol. 1704-page novel, which critics named the Vietnam War's "War and Peace," the main hero¾CIA officer Derek Dillon¾writes about Everett in one of his articles. Described at http://www.peaknet.org/webpages/autopoy/index.html and at http://www.geocities.com/chtn_nhatrang (The first of these URLs is now obsolete. Information from it can be found at http://www.geocities.com/moonhoabinh/.)

114. Jack Williamson. The Legion of Time. Sphere, London, 1977. First published as a magazine serial in 1938. Described at http://www.telacommunications.com/misc/sci_fi.htm

114a. http://brmovie.narod.ru/br_dick_publications.html (partly in Russian)

114b. M. B. Menskii. "Quantum mechanics: new experiments, new applications, new formulations." [In Russian]. Uspekhi fizicheskikh nauk, 2000, No. 6, pp. 631-648.

114c. Gina Morris. "Journey to the Centre of the Nerd." Select Magazine, June 1997. http://www.planetzorg.com/thegalaxy/interviews_select0697.htm (This URL is obsolete. For its information, see http://galaxy.bykr.org/archive_interviews_select0797.htm)

115. http://www.rob-porter.demon.co.uk/story.htm (This URL is now obsolete.)

116. http://www.nestor.minsk.by/mg/mg98/38/mg83812.htm (in Russian)

117. http://www.monowave.com/history.html (Information from this now-obsolete URL can be found at http://www.ihear.com/faq4.html.)

118. Nancy G. Everett. Letter to John Gliedman dated September 25, 1985. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

119. [G. Pugh?] "Scientist Hugh Everett III, 51, dies; defense analyst and games theorist." The McLean Providence Journal and Fairfax Herald, July 30, 1982. Archive, Box 1, Folder 2.

120. Hugh Everett, III. Letter to Princeton University Press dated April 29, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

121. Michael Clive Price. MANY WORLDS FAQ. Q29 Who was Everett? http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/6929/manyworld.html and at many other sites on the Internet

122. Timothy Ferris. The Whole Shebang: A State-of-the-Universe (s) Report (1997). Referenced at http://www.stanford.edu/dept/HPS/WritingScience/Ferris.htm. (In response to my inquiry, Timothy Ferris told me in an email letter dated November 14, 2000, that he couldn't remember the exact source of the notorious Cadillac story. It probably came, he said, from his own interviews or from reminiscences in the published literature. It was impossible to reach M. Price to check on the story.

123. Mark Oliver Everett. Letter to the author (via email) dated December 10, 2000.

124. George Edgin Pugh, The Biological Origin of Human Values, Basic Books, Inc., 1977, evidently containing reference to Everett's Bayesian machine on pp. 307-324. Described by [162].

125. Bryce DeWitt. Letter to the author (via email) dated November 17, 2000.

126. Hugh Everett, III. Letter to L. David Raub dated April 7, 1980. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

127. J.-M. Levy-LeBlond. Letter to H. Everett III. dated August 17, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

128. J. A. Wheeler. Letter to Paul Benioff dated July 7, 1977. Archive of Paul Benioff, quoted by his kind permission from his letter (via email) to the author dated January 22, 2001.

129. David Deutsch. Two letters to the author (via mail) dated December 6, 2000.

130. Paul Benioff. Letter to Dr. Everett dated September 13, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

131. Paul Benioff. Letter to Dr. Everett dated November 22, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9. In [162] the manuscript enclosed in the letter is described¾"A Note on the Everett-Wheeler Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics."

132. J.-M. Levy-LeBlond. "Towards a Proper Quantum Theory." Preprint. This is quoted in [133].

133. Hugh Everett, III. Draft of a letter to J. M. Levy-LeBlond dated November 1, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9. (The Boswellian comment refers to J. Boswell (1740-1795), the devoted biographer of Samuel Johnson.)

134. Hugh Everett, III. Letter to J. M. Levy-LeBlond dated November 15, 1977. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

135. Paul Benioff. "Finite and infinite measurement sequences in quantum mechanics, randomness, and the Everett-Wheeler interpretation." Everett's pencil marks in the margins were never sent to Benioff. Described by [162].

136. http://keithlynch.net/saga1.html

137. Everett, Charles E. [Two obituaries]. The Washington Post, January 1, 1978, page D10.

138. Everett, Jean M. [Obituary]. The Washington Post, July 26, 1978, page C6.

139. Lawrence F. Berley. Letter to Everett dated February 10, 1978. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9. Enclosed in the letter is the first page of chapter VII of the book Holographic Mind, Holographic Vision: A New Theory of Vision in Art and Physics, which was issued in May 1980 by Lakstun Press. A draft copy of an answer is written by Everett at the bottom of the letter. (Described at http://www.techstreet.com/direct/categories/2888/BOOK4.html (This URL is now obsolete. Comparable information can be found at http://btobbrowse.barnesandnoble.com/browse/nav.asp?visgrp=nonfiction&N=170159+137384&Ne=131938+170159+1373 84&sourceid=00395996645644787198&btob=Y).

140. Andre Vidal. Introduction a une science du reel indetermine. Presses Universitaires de France, 1978, penned inscription in French. Described by [162].

141. Syohei Miyahara. Letter to Everett dated June 9, 1978. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8. The collection, the letter writer said, should be issued in September.

142. Hugh Everett, III. Letter to Syohei Miyahara dated June 15, 1978. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

143. Hugh Everett, III. Letter to Physical Review Letters (annotation of: Lester Ingber. Quantum attention theory) dated August 17, 1978. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

144. John Archibald Wheeler. Letter to Prof. Douglas J. Scalapino dated July 12, 1979. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

145. http://world.com/~kmc/resume.html (This URL may now be obsolete.)

146. http://www.amsinc.com/NewsRoom/AMSOverview.htm (This URL is now obsolete. Updated information may be found at http://www3.amsinc.com/CMC/newsroom.nsf/pr/JWAY-5EZSCQ.)

147. Donald L. Reisler. Letter to the author (via email) dated January 30, 2001.

148. http://keithlynch.net/DBS.html

149. Harry Browne. How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World. 1973. Described by [104].

149a. Glenn Fishbine. Letter to the author (via email) dated August 27, 2003.

150. http://www.magnolia.net/~leonf/paradox/hanging.txt. Indicated in [104].

151. Nancy G. Everett. Letter to John Gliedman dated March 30, 1985. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

152. John Archibald Wheeler. Letter to Everett dated November 24, 1980. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8.

153. Gary Zukav. The Dancing Wu Li Masters: An Overview of the New Physics. Wm. Morrow and Co., 1979, Many Worlds theory, pp. 106-110, 319, 321. Described by [162].

154. Harry Woolf, ed. Some Strangeness in the Proportion, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Inc., 1980, p. 385, Everett-Wheeler Interpretation of the Quantum Theory. Described by [162].

155. Paul Davies, Other Worlds: A Portrait of Nature in Rebellio: Space, Superspace and the Quantum Universe. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1980. Described at http://www.hcc.hawaii.edu/~pine/Chapter7.htm

156. Douglas R. Hofstadter and Daniel C. Dennett, The Mind's I: Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul, 1981, comp. and arranged p. 45-46, 458, 468. Described by [162].

157. Nancy G. Everett. Letter to Nick Herbert dated November 16, 1982. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9

158. V. Srinivasan. Letter to Everett dated April 24, 1980. Archive, Box 1, Folder 8. (A manuscript by Jean-Claude Larreche and V. Srinivasan, "STRAPORT: A Model for the Evaluation and Formulation of Business Portfolio Strategies," enclosed with the letter is described in the Archive as an unidentified manuscript, Series III, Box 2, Folder 6.)

159. Elaine [Tsiang Reisler]. Letter to Nance [Everett] dated July 22, 1982. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

160. [Elaine Tsiang Reisler]. "In Memory of Hugh Everett." Archive, Box 1, Folder 2.

161. John Archibald Wheeler and Wojciech H. Zurek. Letter to Hugh Everett dated November 4, 1983 about issuing the collection Quantum Theory and Measurement, Princeton University Press, 812 pp. Archive, Box 1, Folder 9.

162. [Collection of references gathered by Nancy Everett (most probably, from materials in the Everett home archive)]. Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.