Finding Aid to the Jefferson Lab Communications Office Promotional Materials Collection

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Repository: Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
  JLAB History Archives
  12000 Jefferson Ave., Room L203A
  Newport News, VA 23606
  Phone: (757) 269-7805
  Fax: (757) 269-5427
Creator: Office of Public Affairs (1980s - 2017) and Communications Office (2017 - present)
Title: Communications Office: Promotional Materials
Dates: 1980s - present day
Size: 2 Hollinger document boxes, (0.8 linear feet)
Materials in collection: Brochures, handouts, pamphlets, event notices, informational packets
Abstract: The Communications Office for the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility does much work to involve the community in what happens at the Lab. Making this information comprehensive and understand at the same time is the purview of this office
Identification number: JL.006D-2
Location: Jefferson Lab Archives Room.
Language: English

Historical Sketch

The Communications Office has been working closely with the Director's Office and other offices to engage the community as well as members of the lab with the advanced science of Jefferson Lab. Through various types of media, the Communications Office continues to reach out and keep all ages involved with science and technology, engaging the future of science.

Scope and Content

Within the collection are pamphlets, brochures, handouts, programs, and fliers. Unlike the other sub-collections of Public Affairs, there are no indices.


This collection is arranged chronologically, as best as the information provided. Elements of this collection are house within the digital archives.


Access Restrictions

  • The collection may be used solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes by researchers and historians. Please contact the Jefferson Lab Records Management Office if you would like to use the collection.

Use Restrictions

  • Jefferson Lab is providing access to the materials in the JLAB History Project's collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of Jefferson Lab is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist. In addition to permission from Jefferson Lab, permission of the copyright owner (if not Jefferson Lab) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. Jefferson Lab makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

Controlled Access Terms

BEAMS (Becoming Enthusiastic About Math and Science)
Jefferson Lab
Newport News City
Office of Science Education 
Public Affairs
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Administration Information

Preferred Citation: 
[Identification of Item], Box [insert number], Folder [insert number and title], Office of Public Affairs: Promotional Materials, Jefferson Lab Archives, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, 12000 Jefferson Ave., Ste. L203A, Newport News, VA, 23606

Acquisition Information:
This collection was acquired from the Communications Office.

Processing History:
This collection was processed by Melissa Erlandson in February, 2017

This collection was supported in part by a grant from the History Programs, American Institute of Physics.

Box and Container Listing 
Series I: Hosted Events
Box 1
  • Folder 1: CEBAF Center Groundbreaking, 24 May 1988 
    Folder 2: Real-Time, Williamsburg: 15-19 May 1989 
    Folder 3: CEBAF Center Dedication, 20 October 1989 
    Folder 4: Summer Workshop, 15-20 June 1992 
    Folder 5: Expo Tech '95, 5-8 April 1995 
    Folder 6: Guide to the Run-A-Round, 11 April 1995 
    Folder 7: Applied Research Center Groundbreaking, 9 May 1996 
    Folder 8: Applied Research Center Dedication, 4 May 1998 
    Folder 9: Guide to the Run-A-Round, 14 May 1998 
    Folder 10: Service Awards, November 1999 
    Folder 11: SURA Recognition Ceremony, 13 December 1999 
    Folder 12: Jefferson Lab Service Award Brochure, 2000 
    Folder 13: Celebrate Safety First, 29 June 2000 
    Folder 14: Science Education Activities, 2002-2003 
    Folder 15: Service Awards, 8 December 2003 
    Folder 16: Handout for Atrium Display, early 2000s-2007 
    Folder 17: Tuskegee Airmen, 19 February 2004 
    Folder 18: 12 Gev CD Signing, 14 April 2004 
    Folder 19: Service Awards, 8 February 2005 
    Folder 20: Open House, 16 April 2005 
    Folder 21: Service Awards, 27 April 2005 
    Folder 22: AIP Division of Nuclear Physics Reception and Tour, 11 October 2007 
    Folder 23: 12 GeV Groundbreaking, 14 April 2009 
    Folder 24: 25 Years - 1 October 2009 
    Folder 25: 25 Years booklet 
    Folder 26: Open House: Celebration of Science, 01 May 2010 
    Folder 27: Groundbreaking Event on TED, 1 September 2010 
    Folder 28: Open House: Passport to Science, 19 May 2012 
    Folder 29: Open House: Accelerating Discovery, 17 May 2014
    Folder 30: Colloquium: "Bridge Too Far?" 18 February 2016 
    Folder 31: Open House, 30 April 2016 
    Folder 32: Summer Poster Session, 5 August 2016 
    Folder 33: Newport News Public Schools Engineering Design Challenge, 28 October 2016 
    Folder 34: Open House, 19 May 2018 
    Folder 35: 12 GeV Upgrade Dedication, 2 May 2018

Series II: General Information
Box 2
  • Folder 1: CEBAF: Technology Transfer Opportunities 
    Folder 2: At the Frontier of Nuclear Physics, black matte 
    Folder 3: At the Frontier of Nuclear Physics, black gloss 
    Folder 4: Exploring Quarks and Gluons in the Nucleus sticker, c. late 1980s 
    Folder 5: Six Flavors of Quarks bookmark, c. late 1980s 
    Folder 6: At the Frontier of Nuclear Physics, 1988 
    Folder 7: CEBAF Brochure, 1991 
    Folder 8: Fundamental Science for the Nation, c. 1991 
    Folder 9: At the Frontier of Nuclear Physics, 1991 
    Folder 10: SURA/CEBAF Residence Facility, early 1990s 
    Folder 11: Discoveries: Introduction to CEBAF, c. 1996 
    Folder 12: "The Wonders of Nature", 24 May 1996 
    Folder 13: 1996 Dedication, 24 May 
    Folder 14: Informational Folder, c. > 1997 
    Folder 15: Six Flavors of Quarks bookmark, late 1990s 
    Folder 16: Quick & Easy Guide to Records Management, pre-2000 
    Folder 17: State of the Lab Address and Service Awards Ceremony, 4 December 1997 
    Folder 18: Highlights, 2000-2001 
    Folder 19: Applied Research Center, February 2000 
    Folder 20: Complete General Information Folder, c. 2001 
    Folder 21: Dilon - Tech Transfer, c. 2001 
    Folder 22: Post cards, 2002 
    Folder 23: Human Resources Co-op Program, mid-2000s 
    Folder 24: Wrestling the Strongest Force in the Universe: Future Science at Jefferson Lab, 2004-2005 
    Folder 25: JLab Science Education, post-2005 
    Folder 26: Superconducting Radio Frequency Technology, post-2006 
    Folder 27: Brochure: Institute for SRF Science and Technology, 2007 
    Folder 28: Exploring the Nature of Matter, c. 2008 
    Folder 29: Free-Electron Laser, c. 2008 
    Folder 30: Science Education, c. 2008 
    Folder 31: Nuclear Imaging: Nuclear Physics Advancing Medicine, c. 2009 
    Folder 32: 12 GeV Upgrade, c. 2010 
    Folder 33: Quarks! bookmarks, through 2010 
    Folder 34: Visitor Orientation, June 2011 
    Folder 35: Exploring the Nature of Matter, c. 2012 
    Folder 36: Informational Folder, March 2013-2017
    Folder 37: Tour Jefferson Lab, c. 2015 
    Folder 38: Holiday Staff Picture, 2016 
    Folder 39: Frostbite Theater, Summer 2017 
    Folder 40: Informational Folder, October 2017 
    Folder 41: Student Orientation, April 2018 
    Folder 42: 12 GeV Upgrade: 2-4, 2017, 2 May 2018

Tube 1
  • Item 1: Site Map, October 2009


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