Washington State University Libraries
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
New Holland Library
Pullman, WA 99164-5610 USA
16 containers. (9 linear feet of shelf space.)
Professional papers, correspondence, and records pertaining to the Hanford mortality study in which Sanders was a participant from 1964 to 1976. The papers also include Sanders' involvement with the Social Security Mission of Japan, the United States Social Security Administration, real estate, and the personal materials. Sanders was also principal investigator/consultant for two studies at George Washington University. One study (1954-1970)was on patent utlization. The other study (1956-1957) examined the attitudes of American inventors toward defense inventions. In addition, in 1957, Sanders became a member of the editorial committee for the "Patent, Trademark and Copyright Journal of Research and Education" at George Washington University. He held this post until 1970.