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EVALUATION OF SELECTED CULTURAL RESOURCES
 AT FORT MONMOUTH, NEW JERSEY:
 CONTEXT FOR COLD WAR ERA,
 REVISION OF HISTORIC PROPERTIES DOCUMENTATION,
 AND SURVEY OF EVANS AREA
 AND SECTIONS OF CAMP CHARLES WOOD
by
 Mary Beth Reed
 Mark Swanson
 NEW SOUTH ASSOCIATES
 Stone Mountain, Georgia
 Subcontractor for Geo-Marine, Inc.
 and
 Rebecca Procter
 Marsha Prior

June 1996

MISCELLANEOUS REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS
 NUMBER 125
 Geo-Marine, Inc.
 550 East Fifteenth Street
 Plano, Texas
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for
 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
 Fort Worth District
 819 Taylor Street
 Fort Worth, Texas







Anonymous
1946 A History of Fort Monmouth, New Jersey 1917-1946.  Headquarters, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.

Antonov-Ovseyenko, A.
1981 The Time of Stalin: Portrait of a Tyranny.  Translated from the Russian by George Saunders, with Introduction by Stephen F. Cohen.  Harper and Row, New York.

Army Research and Development
1967 “ACSC-E Lotz Discusses New Trends in Communications,” Army Research and Development Newsmagazine, November 1967, p. 24.  On file, Box “Labs-Publicity (Overview),” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Bingham, R. B.
ca. 1990 Unpublished ms. on file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Buchanan, D. G., and J. P. Johnson
1984 Historic Properties Report: Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, and Subinstallations Charles Wood Area and Evans Area.  Final Report, July 1984.  Prepared under Contract CX-0001-2-0033 Between Building Technology, Inc. (BTI), Silver Spring, Maryland, and the Historic American Building Survey/Historic American Engineering Record, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.  On file, New South Associates.

Buckminster Fuller Institute
1995 Dymaxion Deployment Unit: plans, photographs, information.  On file, Buckminster Fuller Institute.

Cavallo, J.
1978 Paleo-Indians in New Jersey’s Coastal Plain:  Patterns and Predictions.  Paper presented at Eastern United States Archaeological Federation Annual Meeting, Trenton, New Jersey.

Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), Historical Office
1985 A Concise History of Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.  Prepared by staff of Historical Office, CECOM, July 1985.  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1994 A History of the United States Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM).  Booklet prepared by CECOM Historical Office, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.  Second Edition, July 1994.  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Cross, D.
1941 Archaeology of New Jersey.  Archaeological Society of New Jersey and New Jersey State Museum, vol. 1.  Trenton, New Jersey.

Davis, H. M.
1943 History of the Signal Corps Development of U.S. Army Radar Equipment, Part I: Early Research and Development, 1918-1937.  Office of the Chief Signal Officer (OCSigO), Historical Section Field Office, New York, 27 March 1943. On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Deal Test Site
ca. 1982 Deal Test Site.  Unpublished ms. on file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

DeWitt, Lt. Col. J. H., Jr.
1946a Speech by Lt. Col. John H. DeWitt, Jr., over CBS Network from Coast to Coast, 2 February 1946, 10:45 p.m. EST. Unpublished ms. on file, Folder “Speech by LTC John H. DeWitt, Jr.,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1946b Memorandum to Chief Signal Officer, SPSGE-2, Army Service Forces, Washington, D.C., from John H. DeWitt, Jr., Lt. Col., Signal Corps, Assistant to Commanding Officer, Headquarters, Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories, ASF, Bradley Beach, New Jersey.  On file, Folder “Speech by LTC John H. DeWitt, Jr.,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1993 Letter from John H. DeWitt to Harry Moore, 29 August 1993.  On file, Folder “Speech by LTC John H. DeWitt, Jr.,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Electronic News
1961 “Astro Observation Center in New Jersey Round-Clock, Seven-Day Week Operation,” 11 September 1961.  Article on file, Folder “Astro Observation Center, Deal Station; Evans Area,” in Box “Labs-Projects and Facilities,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Electronic Warfare Laboratory (EWL)
ca. 1981 Untitled ms. in Folder “Electronic Warfare Laboratory, Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Labs.”  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Evans Area
ca. 1980 Unpublished ms. in Folder “Evans Area Material,” Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Labs.”  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Evans Signal Laboratory
1945 Brief History of Evans Signal Laboratory.  Unpublished ms. in Folder “1959 Alecia Travis-Evans, Assorted Docs, History of Camp Evans Lab,” in Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Laboratories.”  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

 Ewald, W. B., Jr.
1984 Who Killed Joe McCarthy?  Simon and Schuster, New York.

Fitch, V. A., and S. Glover
1989 Historic and Prehistoric Reconnaissance Survey, Fort Monmouth (Main Post), New Jersey.  PAL, Inc. Report No. 315-1, August 1989.  Submitted to Daylor Consulting Group, Boston, and Department of the Army, New England Division, Corps of Engineers, Waltham, Massachusetts, by the Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc., Pawtucket, Rhode Island.  On file, New South Associates.

Graham, M. B. W.
1986 RCA and the VideoDisc: the Business of Research. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Headquarters, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey
1958 “Fort Monmouth Radio Hears First Europe Moon Signals.” Headquarters, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, Information Office, Release No. 305, 23 June 1958.  Unpublished document in Folder “Evans Area Material,” Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Labs.”  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Heller, M., and A. M. Nekrich
1986 Utopia in Power: The History of the Soviet Union from 1917 to the Present.  Translated by Phyllis B. Carlos.  Summit Books, New York.

Hunton, G., and J. McCabe
1984 Monmouth County Historic Sites Inventory:  Summary Report.  Submitted to the Office of New Jersey Heritage, Trenton.

Key Signal Corps Systems and Projects
1962 Key Signal Corps Systems and Projects (U), Revised 1 July 1962.  On file, Box “Research and Development Project Lists,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Klein, J. I., L. G. Bianchi, and L. E. Williams
1984 An Archaeological Overview and Management Plan for Fort Monmouth (Main Post), Camp Charles Wood, and the Evans Area.  Final Report No. 3, October 1984.  Under Contract CX 4000-3-0018 with the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Philadelphia, for the U.S. Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command, by Envirosphere Company, 2 World Trade Center, New York, New York.  Prepared under supervision of Joel I. Klein, Principal Investigator.  On file, New South Associates.

Klotz, H.
1988 The History of Postmodern Architecture.  Translated from the German by Radka Donnell.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Lender, M. E.
1991 One State In Arms: A Short Military History of New Jersey.  New Jersey History Series 1.  New Jersey Historical Commission, Department of State, Trenton.  On file, New Jersey Historic Preservation Office.

McCann, C.
1957 Six late sites in southern and central New Jersey.  Archaeological Society of New Jersey Bulletin 13:1-10.
Millman, J.D., and K.D. Emery
1968 Sea levels during the past 35,000 years. Science 162:1121-1123.

Mounier, R.A.
1978 The environmental basis of prehistoric occupation on the New Jersey coastal plains.  Man in the Northeast 15/16:42-69.

Moye, W. T.
1985 “U.S. Army Electronics Research and Development Command (ERADCOM) and U.S. Army Laboratory Command Headquarters (Provisional),” Annual Historical Review, FY 82-85 [RCS CSHIS-6(R3)].  William T. Moye, Command Historian.  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

New Jersey State Museum Files

Reeves, T. C.
1982 The Life and Times of Joe McCarthy: A Biography.  Stein and Day, New York.

Ross, Lt. Col. W. A.
1949 Signal Corps Research and Development Program.  Prepared by Lt. Col. Winfred A. Ross; edited and reprinted for distribution, 24 June 1949.  On file, Box “Postwar R & D Program,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Roth, L. M.
1979 A Concise History of American Architecture.  Icon Editions, Harper and Row, New York.

Shalett, S.
1952 “The Magicians of Monmouth, N.J.,” Saturday Evening Post, 23 August 1952, pp. 34-35, 58, 62, 64, and 66.  Also reprinted by special permission of Saturday Evening Post by The Centis Publishing Company.  On file, Folder “Signal Corps Labs-Articles ca. 1950s,” Box “Labs: Publicity (Overview),” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories
1943 Historical Report of the Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories for the Period July 1930 to December 1943. Unpublished ms. on file, Box “Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories: Historical Report, 1930-1943; Annual Reviews, FY 51, 52; Organization and Staff Directory Chart, 1929-1957,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1945 Postwar Research and Development Program of the Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories.  Headquarters, Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories, 5 December 1945.  On file, Box “Postwar R & D Program,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories
1947 Outline of Research Program With Compilation of Tasks Assigned Through Outside Contracts, 15 February 1947. Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories, Bradley Beach, New Jersey.  On file, Box “Postwar R & D Program,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1950 The Mission and Early History of the Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories.  Unpublished ms. on file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

 1951 SCEL Annual Review, FY-51, Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, Fiscal Year 1951. On file, Box “Signal Corps Engineering Labs: Historical Report 1930-1943; Annual Reviews, FY 51, 52; Organization and Staff Directory Chart, 1929-1957,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1952 Signal Corps Research and Development Annual Review, FY-52, Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.  On file, Box “Signal Corps Engineering Labs: Historical Report, 1930-1943; Annual Review, FY 51, 52; Organization and Staff Directory Chart, 1929-1957,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Signal Corps Research and Development Labs
ca. 1947 Signal Corps Research and Development.  Information Section, Office of the Chief Signal Officer, The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.  On file, Box “Postwar R & D Program,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Telephone Directory
1953 Telephone Directory, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. Fall/Winter 1953.  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Thompson, G. R., D. R. Harris, P. M. Oakes, and D. Terrett
1957 “The Signal Corps: The Test (December 1941-July 1943),” The United States Army in World War II: The Technical Services.  Office of the Chief of Military History, Department of the Army.  Washington, D.C.  On file, Woodruff Library, Emory University.

Ulam, A. B.
1973 Stalin: The Man and His Era.  Beacon Press, Boston.

U.S. Army Electronics Command (ECOM) Information Office
ca. 1970 “Fort Monmouth Famous Firsts,” News from ECOM, United States Army Electronics Command Information Office. Unpublished ms. in Folder “Fort Monmouth Firsts,” Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth; Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Labs.”  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1973 U.S. Army Electronics Command, FY-73, Laboratory Posture Report.  On file, Box “Laboratories Posture Reports, 1972-1984,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1977 U.S. Army Electronics Command, FY-77, Final ECOM Laboratories Posture Report.  On file, Box “Laboratories Posture Reports, 1972-1984,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

U.S. Army Electronics Research and Development Command (ERADCOM)
1960s Various Publicity Releases, U.S. Army Electronics Research and Development Laboratory, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.  On file, Folder “US Army Electronics R & D Labs, Publicity-1960s,” Box “Labs-Publicity (Overview),” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

U.S. Army Electronics Research and Development Command (ERADCOM)
1980 U.S. Army Electronics Research and Development Command (ERADCOM), FY 80 Historical Review.  Department of the Army, Electronics Research and Development Command, Adelphi, Maryland.  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

U.S. Army Signal Research and Development Laboratory
1960 U.S. Army Signal Research and Development Laboratory. Booklet on file, Box “Labs-Publicity (Overview),” CECOM Historical Research Collection.
U.S. Army Signal Training Command and Fort Monmouth, New Jersey
1961 Fort Monmouth History and Place Names, 1917-1961.  Booklet on file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

U.S. Senate
1954 Hearings Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate, Eighty-Third Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 40: Army Signal Corps-Subversion and Espionage, Parts I-XI, 22 October 1953-11 March 1954.  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1954, Washington, D.C.  On file, Woodruff Library, Emory University.

Weslager, C.A.
1972 The Delaware Indians:  A History.  Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Windmer, K.
1964 The Geology and Geography of New Jersey.  New Jersey Historical Studies, Volume 19.

Wintemberg, C. P.
ca. 1980 Herman I. Pardes: An Inventor in Communications. Unpublished ms. in Folder “Evans Area Material,” Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Labs,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Wolfe, P. E.
1977 The Geology and Landscapes of New Jersey.  Crane Russak, New York.

Zahl, H. A.
1949 Signal Corps Research Program. Headquarters, The Signal School, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, August 1949.  On file, Box “Postwar R & D Program,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1960 “From An Early Sputnik Diary.”  Reprint from IRE Transactions on Military Electronics, vol. MIL-4, nos. 2 and 3, April-July 1960.  On file, Box “Labs-Projects and Facilities,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1969 “Line-of-Sight Shibboleth,” Signal, November 1969, pp. 43-45, 48.  On file, Folder “Evans Area Material,” Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Labs,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

1970a Electronic History Made at the Twin Lights, Highlands, New Jersey. 28 March 1970.  Unpublished ms. in Folder “Evans Area Material,” Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs  Hall, Labs,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

Zahl, H. A.
1970b “Tales of Yesteryear: In Case You Have Forgotten,” Signal: Official Journal of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, October 1970.  On file, Folder “Evans Area Material,” Box “Papers and Articles on Early History of Fort Monmouth: Evans Area, Deal Test Site, Gibbs Hall, Labs,” CECOM Historical Research Collection.

 Zerbe, N. L.
1989 Letter to Lt. Col. John L. Booth, Headquarters, CECOM, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, from Nancy L. Zerbe, Administrator, Office of New Jersey Heritage, 6 January 1989, concerning deficiencies in the Fort Monmouth Historic District National Register Nomination Form.  On file, New Jersey Historic Preservation Office.

Zizos, C.
1994 “Physicist’s Research Spans More Than Four Decades,” Monmouth Message, 23 September 1994.  On file, CECOM Historical Research Collection.

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