Contents of Emma's Board (Mission 2)

Full contents of the board are below the photos

  • 10-13-1922 - 1st known recorded info on Jess

(Infirmary intake form)

(Thread connecting to Oct. 20, 2019)

  • 10-29-1922 - Prof. Zohar note

(Is this the same Jess?)

(Photo of Jess from 1922 and Patient Report)

  • 1923 - Jess enrolled at NC State College

  • Spring 1924 - Jess graduates with degree in Physics

(No known job following graduation)

(Train ticket stub, Southern Railway

Asheville to Raleigh)

  • Fall 1929 - Found enrollment of Jess in Physics graduate program

(No known graduation date…?)

  • Jess seems to have disappeared here…?

  • Spring 1931 - Jess got Married and changed her name to Jess Reeves!!

(No wonder she seemed to disappear. I hope Jack is nice…

  • Spring 1932 - Jess gets a PHD!! So proud!

  • I think they’re involved in the war effort… I’ve lost track of them…

  • They’re overseas!!

  • The Great Depression (1929 - 1939)

  • Grandpa Beldon born May 10, 1936

  • World War II (1939 - 1945)

  • Oh No… Jack died…

  • Korean War (1950-1953)

  • Spring 1956 - Beldon graduates from NC State College

(Did Jess meet him…again...??)

  • November 6th, 1958…. Jess dies in a house fire…

Jess's Obituary

Prof. Jessica E. Reeves PHD


Prof. Jessica Reeves died on November 6th at the age of fifty-six. Her untimely death, due to a tragic fire in her home, came at a period when her research had become very productive, and has been a shock and great loss to all of her friends and colleagues. Prof. Reeves moved to Raleigh in 1922 where she later received her early education at North Carolina State College, becoming one of the first female students to be awarded a bachelor of science in 1927 specializing in mathematics and physics. In 1926 she was awarded honors in physics, and in 1929, despite reservations surrounding her gender, she was appointed a junior lecturer in physics. During this time she continued to pursue her doctorate in astrophysics and was eventually awarded the degree of doctor of science in 1933 for her thesis on this work. Also during her studies she met and was united in marriage to Sgt. Jack Reeves on Apr. 14, 1934. He died in the line of duty in 1942 during a bombing raid and was posthumously awarded a Bronze Star. Like her husband, Prof. Reeves volunteered her services to the war effort, serving in the allied Union Defense Force overseas.

Following the war, Prof. Reeves continued working overseas in a lab as a researcher and later rejoined the North Carolina State College staff in 1950. Despite the very heavy teaching duties which the staff undertook on account of the large number of ex-servicemen returning home from the war, she continued with her research into astrophysics and negative energies.

In 1954 the staff of the Department of Physics agreed to form a team working together in her specific field of experimental and theoretical physics, of which she was appointed chair, which she held until her untimely death. In addition to teaching and research, Prof. Reeves played a large part in other University activities, while outside the University she found time for many scientific and public services. Her most important cause and contribution being the recruitment of women into the various fields of science. Friends and colleagues will remember her warmth, lively wit, and perseverance.

A memorial service will be held November 16th at the First United Methodist Church in Cary.

  • Spring 1962 - Beldon graduates with his PHD

  • August 3rd, 1963 - Alister Beldon marries Mary Elizabeth Cambell

  • 1966 - My aunt Cathrine Beldon is born.

  • Fall 1968 - The Institute for Temporal Observation and Application is founded

(Grandpa and Roger Meridian start it up)

  • November 8, 1969 - My Dad, Christopher Beldon, is born

  • 1970 - The Institute moves more underground

(Less info now available, but several other founders are added at this time)

(Photo of Dr. Beldon and signed card from President Nixon)

  • June 4, 1972 - I arrive here in the past

(Recording From Jess and Tarot Card are located here;

Thread connected to Feb. 15, 2020)

  • October 4th, 1999 - My birthday

  • June 15, 2000 - Jess’s Birthday!!!

  • September 11, 2001 - World Trade Center Attacks

  • Fall 2017 - I start as a freshman at NC State

(I meet Jess that same semester)

  • Fall 2018 - We move in together off campus

  • Spring 2019 - I put in a good word with Grandpa for Jess (I wish I hadn’t…)

  • September 2019 - Jess starts her internship with The Institute

  • October 20, 2019 - Jess goes missing

(Thread connecting to 10-13-1922)

  • January 14, 2020 - I start my internship at The Institute to search for her

  • February 15, 2020 - I’m transported to June 4, 1972

(Thread connecting to June 4, 1972)