James Watt International Gold Medal, Institution of Mechanical Engineers 1964 (Letter of award, citation), Hon. Member, Mathematical Society of Cork 1965 (Letter of election, referring to George Boole), Hon. D.Sc. University of Michigan, as part of a program `The Voices of Civilization' to mark 150th anniversary of university 1966 (Letter), Foreign Member, USSR Academy of Sciences 1966 (Telegrams), Order of Merit 1968 (List of Members), Von Kármán Medal, American Society of Civil Engineers 1969 (Correspondence, including ms. letter from Taylor)
Correspondence with Fraenkel in 1968 calls attention to an error in Taylor's paper contributed to the Sedov Anniversary Volume (on 'Motion of axisymmetric bodies in viscous fluids'.
Sesquicentennial celebrations, University of Michigan. 1966-67
Visit to Harvard University. 1967
Visit to Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1967
Seventh International Shock Tube Symposium, Toronto. 1967
Presented by Taylor on the occasion of the Centenary. Correspondents include J.O'Malley (Royal Irish Academy), E.F. O'Docherty (University College, Dublin), M.A. MacConaill (University College, Cork), D.T. Piper (National Portrait Gallery)
Includes correspondence on Thomson's foreword to the English edition of R.A. Millikan's autobiography, including a letter of thanks from Millikan, on Thomson's book 'Wave Mechanics of Free Electrons', and a biographical article for `Encyclopaedia of Science and Technology'.
Conference on aeronautical engineering, Southampton. 1962
Tenth International Congress, International Association for Hydraulic Research, London. 1963
Fire Research Station. 1963
Conference at University of Auckland. 1964
Institute for the study of metals, University of Chicago. 1965
Talk to Royal Aeronautical Society, Bedford Branch. 1965
The correspondence in 1963-64 refers to Mr. W.E. Thompson, who had been Taylor's assistant and technician since 1923.