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Finding Aid to the Fritz Reiche Papers, 1907-1998

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Description of the Collection

Location of collection:

American Institute of Physics. Center for History of Physics.
College Park, MD 20740

Title and dates of collection:

Fritz Reiche Papers, 1907-1998

Papers/Records created by:

Reiche, F. (Fritz), 1883-1969.

Size of collection:

7.5 linear feet in 16 boxes

Short description of collection:

This collection contains correspondence, notes and calculations, lecture notes and notebooks, manuscripts, and publications belonging to Fritz Reiche, a physicist and teacher who studied optical theories, quantum theory, and aerodynamics.

Language(s) of material:

English and German

Biography of Fritz Reiche

Fritz Reiche was born on July 4, 1883 in Berlin, Germany. He attended the University of Munich (1901-1902) and the University of Berlin (1902-1907). He received his Ph.D. in 1907 after studying with Max Planck. Reiche worked at the University of Breslau (1908-1911), and taught at the University of Berlin (1911-1913). He was an instructor of theoretical physics at the University of Berlin (1913-1921); during this period he was also an assistant to Professor Planck (1915-1918), and worked at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics in Berlin-Dahlem (1919-1921). Up until 1921, Reiche’s work focused mainly on optical theories, including his studies on refraction principles, the diffraction of light, and the emission and absorption distribution of spectral lines. In 1921 he moved to the University of Breslau as professor of theoretical physics. At about this time, Reiche’s work began to focus more on quantum theory. His position at Breslau ended abruptly with the Nazi dismissal of Jewish scientists in 1933. Reiche left Germany for two years as a guest lecturer at the German University in Prague, but he returned to Berlin in 1935.

Reiche held no academic position until 1941 when he and his family immigrated to the United States and he brought news of the German advances in production of fissionable material. In 1941 he became an associate professor of physics at the New School for Social Research in New York. He was an instructor at the City College in New York (1942-1944) and a lecturer at Union College in Schenectady, New York (1944-1946). In 1946 he became an adjunct professor at New York University and remained there until his retirement from teaching in 1958. At NYU, Reiche taught such subjects as theoretical physics, wave mechanics, and thermodynamics. He also carried out special research projects for NASA and the U.S. Navy on supersonic flow. After 1958, he continued his research as the Senior Research Scientist at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences of New York University in the division of electromagnetic research on the difference between the number of modes of wave propagation in magneto-hydrodynamics and in electromagnetics, until a few days before his death on January 18, 1969.

Scope and Contents of Collection

The collection includes materials from Reiche’s time in Germany at the University of Berlin and the University of Breslau and from throughout his career in the United States. The correspondence is on research topics including electromagnetism and aerodynamics. Correspondents include: Max Born, Albert Einstein, James Franck, Fritz Haber, Alexander Kolin, Rudolf Ladenberg, H.F. Ludloff, Otto Lummer, Ladislaus Natanson, Max Planck, and Erwin Schrödinger. The notes and calculations are about subjects such as nuclear physics, Einstein’s equation and theoretical physics. The lecture notes and notebooks include lectures and course materials on atomic physics, electricity, hydrodynamics and elasticity, mechanics, optics, quantum theory, thermodynamics, and vector analysis. The manuscripts contain work on spectral analysis and wave theory, including final manuscripts, notes, and drafts. The publications include works by Reiche and other scientists. The Hans Reiche Materials series includes notebooks on antennas, circuit analysis, and electricity, and an essay about his father. The collection also contains Reiche’s diplomas.

Arrangement of Collection

The collection is organized into seven series: I. Correspondence; II. Research Notes and Calculations; III. Lecture Notes and Notebooks; IV. Manuscripts; V. Publications; VI. Hans Reiche Materials; and VII. Diplomas.

Series I. Correspondence is arranged by correspondent, and then chronologically. Series II. Research Notes and Calculations, and Series III. Lecture Notes and Notebooks are arranged by subject. Series IV. Manuscripts is arranged by drafts, as Reiche had them. Series V. Publications is arranged chronologically by date. Series VI. Hans Reiche Materials is arranged by subject.

Access to Collection

No restrictions.

Restrictions on Use of Collection

Use of primary source material in the Niels Bohr Library requires prior approval through an Application for Access, which includes a statement of research purpose and the names and addresses of two scholars as references. Access applications can be obtained by contacting the Library (telephone 301-209-3177; or e-mail nbl@aip.org). The application can also be printed from our website.

Provenance and Acquisition Information

The collection was received from Mrs. Fritz (Bertha) Reiche and Hans Reiche in 1971.

Information on Accrual of Records

Additions were received from Hans Reiche in 1989, 1990, 1994, and 1999.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Heather McBride in June 2001.

The collection appears to have been generally arranged and described between its accession and 1990. The item level descriptions in this finding aid were retained from the original processing.

All brittle pages were photocopied onto acid-free paper and the originals were removed to a box at the end of the collection. All materials were rehoused in archival quality, acid-free folders and boxes. Staples and paper clips were removed.

Other Related Materials

  • Ewald, Paul Peter, 1888-1985., Oral history interview with Paul Peter Ewald, 1962 March 29 and 8 May.
  • Franck, James, 1882-1964., Oral history joint interview with James Franck and Hertha Sponer-Franck, 1962 July 9 to 14.
  • Kohn, Hedwig, 1887-1964., Oral history interview with Hedwig Kohn, 1962 June 7.
  • Reiche, F. (Fritz), 1883-1969., Oral history interview with Fritz Reiche, 1962 March 30 to May 9.

Container List

Series I. Correspondence, 1908-1968
Contains correspondence (in English and German) between Reiche and other scientists, including Max Born, Albert Einstein, William Ericson, James Franck, Fritz Haber, Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner, Rudolf Ladenberg, Otto Lummer, Ladislaus Natanson, Max Planck, Erwin Schrödinger, Alexander Kolin, and H.F. Ludloff. Also includes a letter from students at New York University. Some of the correspondence with Kolin and Ludloff is accompanied by notes and calculations.
NOTE: ALS = autograph letter, signed; TLS = typed letter, signed.
Box 1 Folder 1 M. Born to Reiche, 28 Dec. 1920: 4 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 1 M. Born to Reiche, 4 Feb. 1957: 6 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 1 M. Born to Reiche, 11 Jan. 1968: 4 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 1 M. Born to Reiche, 16 Aug. 1968: 1 pp. TLS Xerox (German)
Folder 1 M. Born to Reiche, 21 Sept 1968: 2 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 2 A. Einstein to Reiche, 18 July 1914: ALS Xerox postcard (German)
Folder 2 A. Einstein to F. Haber, ca. 1920 - 21: 4 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 3 W. Ericson to Reiche, June 1952: 1 pp. ALS Xerox (English)
Folder 4 Franck to Reiche, 1 Jan. 1927: 2 pp. TLS Xerox (German)
Folder 4 Franck to Reiche, 12 Dec. 1961: l pp. TLS Xerox (German)
Folder 5 F. Haber to Reiche, 1928: 2 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 5 F. Haber to Reiche, n.d.: 3 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 6 O. Hahn and L. Meitner, 14 Nov. 1938: Hahn & Meitner to Ladenberg. 1 pp. telegram Xerox (English)
Folder 7 R. Ladenberg to Reiche, 2 Feb. 1913: 6 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 7 R. Ladenberg to Reiche, 4 Apr. ?: 9 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 3 Feb. 1908: 3 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 26 Mar. 1910: 4 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 18 Apr. 1910: 4 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 9 Aug 1910: 4 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 16 May 1911: 8 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 19 July 1911: 2 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 29 Oct. 1911: 4 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 8 O. Lummer to Reiche, 19 June 1914: 2 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 9 L. Natanson to Reiche, 20 June 1916: 4 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 10 M. Planck to Reiche, 30 Mar. 1911: 3 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 10 M. Planck to Reiche, 14 July 1929: 1 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 10 M. Planck to Reiche, 3 Apr. 1930: 2 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 10 M. Planck to Reiche, 24 July 1930: 2 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 10 M. Planck to Reiche, 11 Jan. 1939: 2 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 11 E. Schrödinger to Reiche, 27 June 1931: 3 pp. ALS Xerox (German)
Folder 12 Students of New York University, April 1953: The E.P. Class of 1953 to Chairman of Dept. of Physics, College of Engineering, N.Y.U. 1 pp. Xerox of typed copy with names (English) by Mrs. Reiche from original letter signed by students in her possession.
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 14 Aug. 1944: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 19 May 1945: 4 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 20 June 1945: 3 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 24 July 1945: 5 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 15 Aug. 1945: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 17 Sept 1945: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 12 Nov. 1945: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 18 Nov. 1945: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 12 Jan. 1946: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 14 Feb. 1946: 1 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 19 Feb. 1946: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 12 Mar. 1946: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 6 Apr. 1946: 2 pp. ALS
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 24 Apr. 1953: 1 pp. attached: 8 pp. calculations by Reiche & reprint by Kolin "An Electro-magnetic Phenomenon Involving Migration of Neutral Particles" Science, 6 Feb. 1953, Vol. 117, No. 3032 Pp. 134-137.
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 14 June 1953: 1 pp. attached: Typescript of paper by Kolin and Reiche, "Electromagnetic Velometry II-Elimination of the Effects of Induced Currents in Explorations of the Velocity Distribution in Axially Symmetrical Flow." cc. 15 pp. including title page, summary, legends & diagrams.
Folder 13 A. Kolin to Reiche, 30 Oct. 1953: 1 pp. ALS attached: a 1 pp. ALS from 29 Sept. 1953 from Kolin to Hutchisson.
Folders 14-15 Notes and Calculations by Reiche pertaining to work with Kolin ca. 300 pp. holograph, xerox and originals.
Folders 14-15 Reprint by A. Kolin, "Electromagnetic Velometry I. A Method for the Determination of Fluid Velocity Distribution in Space and Time." Journal of Applied Physics. Volume 15, No. 2 (Feb. 1944) pp. 150-164.
Folder 16 Ludloff, 27 Nov. 1932: Reiche to Ludloff. 8 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 16 Ludloff to Reiche, n.d.: 3 pp. ALS (German)
Folder 16 Ludloff to Reiche, n.d.: 2 pp. holograph unsigned (German)
Folder 17 Ludloff - Notes and Calculations by Reiche 20 pp. holograph n.d., xerox and originals.
Folder 17 Ludloff - L. Ting and H.F. Ludloff, "Aerodynamics of Blasts" Reprint from Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences. May 1952 Vol. 19 No. 5 pp.. 317-328. Enclosure: 18 pp. of notes and calculations by Reiche.
Folder 17 Ludloff - H.F. Ludloff, "On Aerodynamics of Blasts" Reprint from Advances in Applied Mechanics. pp.. 109-144. Bound and presented to Reiche on July 4, 1953. Includes dedication page. Enclosure: 19 pp. of notes and calculations by Reiche.
Folder 17 Ludloff - H.F. Ludloff, "Proposal for Investigating Three Topics Selected from Magnetic Aerodynamics" July 1959. Offset. 18 pp. including title page, preface, bibliography, and diagrams.
Folder 18 Extracts of letters written by M. Born, L. Natanson, Franck, M Planck, and E. Schrödinger to Reiche. Extracts taken by Hans Reiche. (English)
 
Series II. Research Notes and Calculations, n.d.
Handwritten notes and calculations on various subjects like nuclear physics, Einstein’s equation, theoretical physics, and other scientists’ work. In English and German.
Box 1 Folder 19 Bethe and Weizsäcker- Nuclear Physics, ca. 250 pp. holograph, n.d.
Folder 20 Different Explanations, Evaluations, Einstein's Equation, Etc. ca. 75 pp. holograph, n.d.
Box 2 Folder 1 Diverses (Tests for Atomic Physics, etc)- Laue Diagram. 200 pp. holograph, n.d.
Folder 2 "G. Krutkow: illegible" 1919 Berlin, 15 pp. holograph.
Folder 2 "Referat Über Weizsäcker und Saunter-Heitler in Prager Kolloquium" 14 November 1934, 19 pp. holograph.
Folder 2 "Schwarz. Die Gaussiche Hypergeometrische Reihe" 1935(?) 24 pp. holographic notes.
Folder 2 F. London, "Die Zahl den Dispersionelecktronen in der Undulations mechanik" 10 pp. holograph, n.d.
Folder 3 Theoretical Physics - Different Problems. Marked "Alfuen". 20 pp. holograph.
 
Series III. Lecture Notes and Notebooks, 1919-1956
This series contains lecture notes and notebooks used by Reiche for his teaching. It also includes some course materials such as exams and exercises. Courses in German include: Analytical Mechanics, Electricity, Kinetic Gas Theory, Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Theory, Classical Physics, Optics, Higher Problems of the Quantum Theory, Thermodynamics, Hydrodynamics and Elasticity, and Atomic Physics. Lectures in English include: Nuclear Physics, Mechanics, Elasticity, Sound, Hydrodynamics, and Vector Analysis and Algebra.
Box 2 Folder 4 Analytische Mechanik mit Ubungsaufgaben, 1919, 1920-21, 1923, 1926, 1929. ca. 400 pp. lecture notebook.
Folder 5 Elektrizität I, 1921-22, 1924-25, 1927-28, 1930-31. ca. 300 pp. lecture notebook.
Folder 6 Introduction to Nuclear Physics. 24 pp. lecture notes.
Box 3 Folder 1 Kinetische Gas Theorie, Statistische Mechanik; Quantentheorie, 1922-1931. ca. 350 pp. lecture notebook
Folder 2 Klassiche Physik. Lectures on I. Mechanik und Wärme; II Electrodynamik und Optik; and III Relativitatstheorie. ca 1921-1932, Breslau University, 400 pp. lecture notebook.
Folder 3 Optik (Elektrizität II), 1922-1931. 245 pp. lecture notebook.
Box 4 Folder 1 Höhere Probleme der Quantentheorie, 1923. ca. 240 pp. lecture notebook.
Folder 2 Prager Vorlesung. ca. 1934-35, 598 pp. lecture notebook.
Box 5 Folder 1 Quantentheorie. n.d., ca. 1200 pp. lecture notebook.
Folder 2 Thermodynamik. n.d., 366 pp. lecture notebook.
Box 6 Folder 1 Hydrodynamik; Elastizität. n.d. 509 pp. lecture notebook. Part of label is torn, begins "illegible II".
Folder 2 II Atomphysik. Kap. IV. Atomphysik der Materie. Kap. V. Atomphysik der Elektrizität. Kap. VI. Der Eletrische Aufbau der Atome. Kap. VII. Das Eingreifen der Quantentheorie. Kap. VIII.. Die Atomtheorie von Niels Bohr., n.d., pp. 389-863. lecture notebook.
Box 7 Folder 1 Übungsaufgaben för die Vorlesungen in Breslau. "Elekrizität I" ca. 100 pp. notes, n.d. and "Thermodynamik" ca. 110 pp. notes, n.d.
Folder 2 Übungsaufgaben för die Vorlesungen in Breslau. "Kinetische Theorie der materie und Quantentheorie" ca. 75 pp., notes, n.d. and "Mechanik Deformerbarer Korper" ca. 57 pp. notes, n.d.
Folder 3 Lecture presented at Breslau University 9 Feb. 1932, untitled, 12 pp.
Folder 3 Lecture presented at Breslau University, n.d., untitled, 8 pp.
Folder 4 Physics 261 Test from December 16, 1948
Folder 4 Physics 11-21 test from January 10, 1949
Folders 5-7 "Physics 52/62- Mechanics- Synge and Griffith" New York University, 1951-52, ca. 600 pp. total. Lecture notes and examinations. Folders also include material relating to Physics 12 (CCNY) for the 1940's and 50's.
Box 8 Folder 1 Physics 65 - Elasticity, Sound, Hydrodynamics, 1954. New York University. ca. 200 pp. Examinations, lecture notes and calculations.
Folders 2-4 Physics 52/62- Mechanics (Keith R. Symon- Mechanics), 1955-56. New York University. ca. 600 pp. Examinations, problems and calculations.
Folder 5 Vector: Analysis and Algebra. n.d., pp. 1-192. Lecture notes and calculations.
Box 9 Folder 1 Vector: Analysis and Algebra. n.d., pp. 193-330. Lecture notes and calculations.
Folder 2 Vector: Analysis and Algebra. n.d., pp. 331-571. Lecture notes and calculations.
Folder 3 Vector: Analysis and Algebra. n.d., pp. 600-697. Lecture notes and calculations.
 
Series IV. Manuscripts, 1913-1972
Typed manuscript entitled, “Ueber die Emission, Absorption und Intensitätsverteilung von Spektrallinien”. Also contains notes, drafts, a typed manuscript, and correspondence relating to Reiche’s last research subject, “Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniformly Moving Surface”.
Box 9 Folder 4 Ueber die Emission, Absorption und Intensitätsverteilung von Spektrallinien, 1913
Folder 5 Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniformly Moving Surface - First Notes and Draft. Later re-written under problem A and B, of which problem A is completed, n.d., 600 pp. total.
Box 10 Folders 1-4 Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniformly Moving Surface - First Notes and Draft. Later re-written under problem A and B, of which problem A is completed, n.d., 600 pp. total.
Folders 5-7 Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniformly Moving Surface - Further Original Notes. Later on combined in the problem A. n.d. ca. 500 pp.
Box 11 Folders 1-3 Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniformly Moving Surface - Second Draft of Study. First draft of Problem A, which was, later on, more finalized and completed. n.d. ca 350 pp. total.
Folders 4-6 Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniformly Moving Surface - Problem B Notes. Not completed. n.d. ca. 650 pp. total.
Box 12 Folder 1 Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniform Surface - Completed Part of Study. Completed part of study (A). It is ready for publication and a typewritten copy of this part exists with all figures and the three annexes. n.d. ca. 200 pp. Note: Fritz Reiche was working on this manuscript at the time of his death. Problem A was completed. Problem B was not completed. Published by the National Research Council. Ottawa, 1973, 124 pp.
Folder 2 Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves Through a Conducting Uniform Surface - Letter from NRC of Canada and Manuscript, 1972. Letter from National Research Council of Canada re: publication of manuscript, May 12, 1972. Typed manuscript of completed part of study with figures, 125 pp.
 
Series V. Publications, 1907-1998
Publications and reprints by Reiche and by other scientists. Includes Reiche’s doctoral thesis and various articles in German and English. Also bibliography of Reiche’s publications.
Box 12 Folder 3 List of Publications. Publications by Fritz Reiche, 4 pp.
Folder 4 "Gesetze der Kompression einer Hohlraumstrahlung durch eine ‘semipermeable' Platte" Ph.D. Thesis. Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität zu Berlin. 23 Nov. 1907. 145 pp. Enclosure: 4 pp. holograph notes. Reprint in Annalen der Physik. Bierte Folge. Band 25. 1908. pp. 521-568.
Folder 5 "Über die anomale Fortpflanzung von Kugelwellen beim Durchgang durch Brennpunkte" Annalen der Physik Vierte Folge. Band 29. 1909. pp. 65-91.
Folder 5 With R. Ladenberg, "Über selektive Absorption" Jahresbericht der Schlesischen Gesellschaft för vaterländische Cultur. Naturwissenschaftliche sektion. 21 Feb. 1912. pp. 1-20.
Folder 5 "Die Quantentheorie" Die Naturwissenschaften 13 June 1913, pp. 568-572.
Folder 5 "Gittererscheinungen auf verschiedenen Gebieten" Die Naturwissenschaften 5 Dec. 1913, pp. 1193-1197.
Folder 5 With R. Ladenberg, "Über die Energieverteilung in den D-Linien des Natruimdampfes" Jahresbericht der Schlesischen Gesellschaft för vaterländische Cultur. Naturwissenschaftliche sektion. 24 Feb. 1914. pp. 1-7.
Folder 5 With R. Ladenberg, "Sur la répartition de l'énergie dans les raies D du sodium"Comptes rendus, t. 158, pp. 1788, séance du 15 juin 1914.
Folder 5 "Zur Quantelung des asymmetrischen Kreisels" Physikalische Zeitschrift. 10 Juni 1918. pp. 394-399.
Folder 5 "Zur Quantentheorie der Rotationswärme des Wasserstoffs" Annalen der Physik. 27 Dec. 1918. pp. 657-694.
Folder 5 With H. Kallmann, "Über den Durchgang bewegter Moleköle durch inhomogene Kraftfelder" Zeitschrift för Physik. 28 Juli 1921. pp. 352-375.
Folder 5 Aus dem Weltbild der neuen Physik "I Moderne Auschauungen von Energie und Strahlung" and "Der elektrische Aufbau der Materie" 1921.
Folder 5 Max Planck (mit anmerkungen versehen von F. Reiche). "Sieben Abhandlungen aus dem Gebiete der Elekromanetischen Strahlungstheorie" 1923 pp. 7-95. Xerox copy. Die Ableitung dc3 Strahlungsgesetzes.
Folder 5 With W. Thomas, "Über die Zahl der Dispersionselektronen, die einem stationären Zustand zugeordnet sind" Zeitschrift för Physik. 1925. pp. 510-525.
Folder 5 Über Beziehungen zwischen den Übergangswahrscheinlichkeiten beim Zeemaneffekt (magnetischer f-Summensatz)" Die naturwissenschaften. Feb. 1926. 1 pp.
Folder 5 "Otto Lummer" Obituary. Physikalische Zeitschrift. 1926. pp. 459-467.
Folder 5 With H.F. Ludloff, "Linearized Supersonic Flow Through Ducts." Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 18 No. 7. July 1947. Pp. 681-682.
Folder 5 With C.E. Mack Jr., and H.F. Ludloff, "Rigorous Solution of Linearized Supersonic Flow Through Ducts" Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 18. No. 7. July 1947. pp. 682-683.
Folder 5 With C.S. Gardner and H.F. Ludloff, "Drag of an Airfoil in Accelerated Supersonic Flight." Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 19. No. 12. Dec. 1948. pp. 1179-1180.
Folder 5 With I.J. Kolodner and H.F. Ludloff, "Corrections for Drag, Lift, and Moment of an Axially Symmetrical Body Placed in a Supersonic Tunnel Having a Two-Dimensional Pressure Gradient." National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics-Technical Notes 2837. Nov. 1952. pp. 1-45.
Folder 5 "Total Absorption and Overlapping Effect Due to Two Spectral Lines of Equal Width and Strength." Journal of the Optical Society of America Vol. 6. No. 8. Aug. 1956. pp. 590-597.
Folder 6 With H.F. Ludloff, "Attempts att Derivation of Transition from Laminar into Turbulent Flow Along a Flat Plate" NYU-AFOSR Technical Note 58-493, June 1958. With holographic notes.
Folder 6 With H.F. Ludloff, "Propagation of Plane Hydromagnetic Waves through a Resting Fluid of Arbitrary Conductivity. Linearized Treatment." NYU-AA-63-3.
Folder 7 Publications by Reiche bound together in a volume "Various Papers".
Box 13 Folder 1 Publications by Reiche bound together in a volume "Various Papers".
Folder 2 Hermann Senftleben, "Über die Zahl der Emissionszentren der in Flammen leuchtenden metalldämpfe und die Beziehungen dieser Zahl zur helligkeit der ausgesandten Spektrallinien" Ph.D. Thesis. Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität zu Berlin. 6 Juli 1915. 59 pp. With holographic presentation to Reiche.
Folder 2 PP. Ewald. "Erinnerungen an die Anfänge des Mönchener Physikalischen Kolloquiums." Physikalische Blätter. 1968. pp. 538-542.
Folder 2 Reimund Torge, "Der Bau des physikalischen Instituts der Universität Breslau und seine Entwicklung unter Otto Lummer." NTM.1998. pp.104-121.
 
Series VI. Hans Reiche Materials, 1947, n.d.
Materials belonging to Hans Reiche, Fritz Reiche’s son. Includes an essay about his father and two course notebooks on antennas and circuit analysis from student days. Also includes a notebook on electricity.
Box 13 Folder 3 Recollections of Father. Hans Reiche, "A Personal Reminiscence of my Father". 6 pp., n.d.
Folder 4 Notebook on Antennas. Holographic notebook of Hans Reiche from courses on antennas. ca. 1947
Folder 5 Notebook on Circuit Analysis. Holographic notebook of Hans Reiche from course on circuit analysis at McGill University, Spring 1947.
Box 14 Folder 1 Lecture Notes. Hans Reiche's lecture notes on electricity? n.d.
 
Series VII. Diplomas, 1907-1967
This series contains Reiche’s Doctorate diploma and two anniversary diplomas.
Oversized Folder Doctorate-Universitatis Literariae Fridericae Guilelmae 23 November 1907.
Oversized Folder 50 Year Anniversary Diploma-Technische Universitat Berlin 9 June 1965 with covering letter 25 June 1965.
Oversized Folder 50 Year Anniversary Diploma (see #1) Universitatis Literariae Humboldtianae Berolinensis 23 November 1967.