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Fri Mar 21 17:04:01 2014 UTClccn-n820975120.00Materials for documentary film: The world of Enrico Fermi,0.461.00Correspondence,109460463Samuel_Goudsmitn 82097512794096Goudschmidt, Samuel Abraham, 1902-1978Goudschmidt, Samuel Abraham 1902-1978 Frueherer NameGoudsmit, S.Goudsmit, S. A.Goudsmit, Samuel 1902-1978Goudsmit, Samuel A.Goudsmit, Samuel A. 1902-1978Goudsmit, Samuel A. (Samuel Abraham), 1902-Goudsmit, Samuel Abraham.ハウトスミット, サミュエルハウトスミット, サミュエル・Aハウトスミット, サムエル・Alccn-n50041881Claiborne, Robertlccn-n82120493United StatesWar DepartmentAlsos Missionlccn-n79144786Pauling, Linus1901-1994viaf-212271481Torrey, Henry Cutler1911-viaf-217467369Whitmer, Charles Austin1907-lccn-n85374121Bacher, Robert F.(Robert Fox)1905-2004comedtlccn-n78095365Time-Life Bookslccn-n80096507American Physical Societynp-linford, leon bLinford, Leon B.lccn-n79079595Los Alamos Scientific LaboratoryGoudsmit, Samuel A.(Samuel Abraham)1902-1978HistoryTimeSpectrum analysisScienceGermanyAtomic bombArt--ForgeriesArt--ExpertisingWorld War (1939-1945)Nuclear physics--ResearchRadio--RectifiersNuclear physicsUnited States.--War Department.--Alsos MissionGoudsmit, Samuel A.--(Samuel Abraham),PhysicsUnited StatesAtomic spectraAtomic theoryManhattan Project (Organization)Los Alamos Scientific LaboratoryCrystal detectorsQuantum theoryKelsey Museum of ArchaeologyCrystal sets (Radio)AntiquitiesEgyptBismuthHeisenberg, Werner,Bohr, Niels,Schrödinger, Erwin,Fermi, Enrico,Sommerfeld, Arnold,Oppenheimer, J. Robert,Pauli, Wolfgang,Manhattan Project (U.S.)Physics--PeriodicalsBethe, Hans A.--(Hans Albrecht),Ehrenfest, Paul,Heitler, Walter,Fermi, LauraEinstein, Albert,Universität TübingenChew, Geoffrey FUniversity of ChicagoRasetti, Franco,Agnew, Harold MChamberlain, O.--(Owen)Yang, Chen Ning,Anderson, Herbert LawrenceAmaldi, EdoardoLondon, Fritz,1902197819171919192119241926192719301931193219331938193919421943194719481949195819611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198819931996199920034855130284529QB209ocn002207503ocn490189322ocn602052979ocn429766393ocn802775828ocn462167761ocn798263466ocn798263464ocn798263458ocn798263462ocn798263463ocn798263460ocn798714720ocn798263071ocn798263072ocn720501222ocn459503502ocn798714721181728ocn000530852book19660.21Goudsmit, Samuel ATimeA comprehensive exploration into the many facets of time. Examines through text and photograph the concepts of measurement and use of timekeeping instruments in astronomy, physics, engineering, geology and biology94424ocn008805725book19470.59Goudsmit, Samuel AAlsosHistory+-+006914810672224ocn000536701book19300.63Pauling, LinusThe structure of line spectra46511ocn002207503book19480.66Torrey, Henry CutlerCrystal rectifiers43319ocn045799336book19320.73Bacher, Robert FAtomic energy states as derived from the analyses of optical spectra1239ocn003059069book19470.63Goudsmit, Samuel AAlsos; the failure in German scienceHistory449ocn011028769book19720.23Goudsmit, Samuel AEl tiempo326ocn073931104book19670.33Goudsmit, Samuel ADie Zeit237ocn300038781book19670.29Goudsmit, Samuel AL'homme et le temps184ocn023734402book19270.81Goudsmit, Samuel AAtoommodel en structuur der spectra173ocn077302281book19480.59Goudsmit, Samuel AL'Allemagne et le secret atomique (la mission Alsos)132ocn436290958book19730.32Gu de si mi teShi jian131ocn010687273book19830.47The History of modern physics, 1800-1950History123ocn462167761book19750.39Fleming, Stuart JAuthenticity in art : the scientific detection of forgery111ocn000585506book19300.29Goudsmit, Samuel AJankef's oude sleutel81ocn003175996book19720.76Cumulative author index of The physical review (volumes 141-188) and Physical review letters (volumes 16-23) 1966-196973ocn023631668book19310.98Fisher, Russell ArdenHyperfine structure in ionized bismuth51ocn003176014book0.47Author index of The physical review (volumes 101-120-[121-140] and Physical review letters (volumes 1-5-[6-15]) 1956-1960-[1961-1965]52ocn012489093book19620.92Goudsmit, Samuel AMissii︠a︡ "Alsos."History42ocn706872713com19750.81Cumulative author index of The physical review, volumes 81-100, 1951-195582ocn068425310book19820.95Kelsey Museum of ArchaeologyA scientist views the past : the Samuel A. Goudsmit collection of Egyptian antiquities : [exhibition] January 30-May 9, 1982, Kelsey Museum of ArchaeologyExhibition catalogs31ocn015686512mix19211.00Goudsmit, Samuel ACorrespondenceHistoryArchivesSourcesSelected letters to and from Samuel Goudsmit pertaining to his administrative affairs and other matters and relevant to work on quantum theory. Also a few manuscripts. Correspondents include: Ernst Back, Léon Brillouin, Gerhard Dieke, Paul Ehrenfest, Adriaan D. Fokker, Ralph Kronig, Alfred Landé, Yoshio Nishina, Linus Pauling, Harrison M. Randall, George Uhlenbeck, John Wulff, and Pieter Zeeman21ocn227147537book0.92Lion Heart AutographsScientific archive of Samuel A. Goudsmit : Part 1Catalogs21ocn028577738book19931.00Ewing, ClarenceThe physics of atomic intelligence : Samuel Goudsmit and the ALSOS missionHistory22ocn081003917mixHarvard Project PhysicsMaterials for documentary film: The world of Enrico FermiHistoryCollection includes outtakes and trims from the production of the documentary on Fermi as well as documentary film footage and some candid footage from the 1930s. Includes the filmed interview with J. Robert Oppenheimer; as well as outtakes from interviews with other physicists who worked with Fermi in Rome, at Columbia University, the University of Chicago, and Los Alamos. These include Dr. and Mrs. Harold M. Agnew, Eduardo Amaldi, Herbert Anderson, Hans A. Bethe, John Baudino, Gina Castelnuovo, Owen Chamberlain, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Geoffrey Chew, Laura Fermi, Eugenio Fubini, Samuel A. Goudsmit, David Hawkins, Percival King, Tsung-Dao Lee, John Marshall, Leona Marshall, Dorothy McKibbin, Nicholas Metropolis, Philip Morrison, Norman Nachtrieb, Jay Orear, Isidor I. Rabi, Franco Rasetti, Arthur H. Rosenfeld, Emilio G. Segrè, Cyril S. Smith, George L. Weil, and Chen Ning Yang11ocn048529548book19770.47Goudsmit, Samuel AHarvey Mudd College oral history project on the Atomic Age : Samuel Abraham GoudsmitHistoryInterviews11ocn083300053mix1964Pauling, LinusOral history interview with Linus Carl PaulingHistoryThis interview was conducted as part of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics project, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with ca. 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Max Abraham, Sam Allison, Anderson, Harry Bateman, Eric Temple Bell, Hans Albrecht Bethe, Niels Henrik David Bohr, Bragg, Percy Williams Bridgman, Clark, Edward Condon, Robert Dawson, Peter Josef William Debye, Hobart Cutler Dickinson, William Duane, Paul Ehrenfest, John Ellis, Kasimir Fajans, Ronald Geballe, Samuel Abraham Goudsmit, Victor Guillemin, William Draper Harkins, Walter Heitler, Lloyd Alexander Jeffress, Irving Langmuir, Gilbert Newton Lewis, Fritz London, H.J. Lucas, Edwin Mattison McMillan, Robert Andrews Millikan, A.A. Noyes, Wilhelm Ostwald, Boris Podolsky, Floyd Rowland, Erwin Schrödinger, Allen Goodrich Shenstone, William Shockley, Arnold Sommerfeld, Richard Chance Tolman, Albrecht11ocn083225211mixKowarski, LewAlvarez, Otto Robert Frisch, Samuel Goudsmit, William Frederick Miller, Joseph Rotblat, Maurice Shapiro, Victor Weisskopf, Eugene Wigner11ocn082591311mix1963Gerlach, WaltherOral history interview with Walther GerlachHistoryFrankfurt, Universität Jena, Universität Rostock, and Universität Tübingen11ocn154305396mix1966Bacher, Robert FOral History interview with Robert F. BacherDiscusses youth, college and graduate studies at Michigan (to 1930); work with Goudsmit, NRC Fellowships at Caltech (1930-1931) and MIT (1931-1932); Lloyd Fellowship at Michigan (1932-1933); work with Sawyer (1933-1934). Influence of Michigan summer sessions. Teaching and research at Columbia (1934-1935), move to Cornell (1935-1940); work with Bethe on REVIEW articles; involvement in nuclear physics; with Baker measures shape of neutron resonance by time-of-flight method, comparison with Fermi's results. Effects of World War II on development of nuclear physics; emergence of high energy physics from earlier trends11ocn053130524art1999Goudsmit, Samuel11ocn078553472mix1964Bush, VannevarOral history interview with Vannevar BushHistoryNational Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Institutes of Health, National Research Council, and United States Department of the Navy11ocn080451972mix1962Landé, AlfredOral history interview with Alfred LandéThis interview was conducted as part of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics project, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with ca. 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Ernst Back, Niels Henrik David Bohr, Max Born, Constantin Carathéodory, Peter Josef William Debye, Paul Ehrenfest, Albert Einstein, Walther Gerlach, Samuel Abraham Goudsmit, Werner Heisenberg, Heinrich Mathias Konen, Peter Lertes, Fritz London, Erwin Madelung, Wolfgang Pauli, Max Planck, Erwin Schrödinger, Arnold Sommerfeld, Otto Stern, George Eugène Uhlenbeck; Artillerie Prüfungs-Kommission, Universität Göttingen, Universität Marburg, Universität München, Universität Tübingen11ocn154305427mix2003Pound, Robert VivianOral History interview with Robert V. PoundHistorySome of the topics discussed include: his early life and education; interest in physics; his only formal degree, a Bachelors from University of Buffalo; from college to defense work and Submarine Signal Company; his work at the MIT Radiation Laboratory; the Harvard Society of Fellows; the discovery of nuclear magnetic resonance in bulk matter; the Bloembergen, Pound, and Purcell paper (BPP); the Pound Box, NMR patent issue; applications of NMR; after the war, writing Rad Lab books; Chicago Federation Group; nuclear quadruple moments; nuclear moments; alpha-gamma correlations and gamma-gamma correlations; becoming Assistant Professor; implications and influence of Mossbauer's work; Glen Rebka; gravitational redshift; Physical Review Letters controversy; Victor Weisskopf; the Harwell group in England; the gravitational redshift experiment; Nobel Prize; heating with microwaves; life as a professor at Harvard; Julian Schwinger leaving Harvard; overview of his career; physicists he has known; changes in the culture of physics; etc11ocn084075262mix1977Inglis, David RittenhouseOral history interview with David Rittenhouse InglisStanley Hanna, Werner Heisenberg, Walter Heitler, Karl Ferdinand Herzfeld, Alger Hiss, Edith Hoyle, John Charles Hubbard, Alfred Landé, Otto Laporte, Joseph McCarthy, Gale McGee, Arnold Nordsieck, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Wolfgang Pauli, Rudolf Ernst Peierls, Ernest Poole, Leonard Schiff, Hugh Scott, Alpheus Wilson Smith, Arnold Johannes Wilhelm Sommerfeld, Edward Teller, Llewellyn Hilleth Thomas, John Osgood Thomson, George Eugène Uhlenbeck, Robert Jamison Van de Graaff, John Archibald Wheeler, Norbert Wiener, Samuel Robinson Williams, Robert Williams Wood, Lloyd Young; Bayrische Wahl, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Saturday Review, United States Army Signal Corps, United States Atomic Energy Commission, United States Congress, Universität Leipzig, Universität Zurich, University of Chicago, University of Michigan Summer Symposium in Theoretical Physics, and Zeitschrift für Physik11ocn081360319mix1968Harvard Project PhysicsThe world of Enrico FermiHistoryDocuments the life and work of Italian-born physicist Enrico Fermi through the use of still photos, old newsreels, and interviews with those who knew and worked with him at Columbia University, the University of Chicago, and on the Manhattan Project, including: Harold M. Agnew, Edoardo Amaldi, Herbert Lawrence Anderson, Owen Chamberlain, Bellur Sivaramiah Chandrasekhar, Geoffrey F. Chew, Laura Fermi, Samuel Abraham Goudsmit, Philip A. Morrison, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Isidor Isaac Rabi, Franco D. Rasetti, George L. Weil, and Chen Ning Yang11ocn084185799mix1962Gorter, C. JOral history interview with Cornelis Jacobus GorterHistoryThis interview was conducted as part of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics project, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with ca. 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Felix Bloch, Ludwig Edvard Boltzmann, Hendrik Brugt Gerhard Casimir, Dirk Coster, Paul Ehrenfest, Adriaan Daniël Fokker, Samuel Abraham Goudsmit, George Hartwig de Hass, Werner Heisenberg, Petr Kapitsa, Willem Hendrik Keesom, Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, L.S. Ornstein, Wolfgang Pauli, Erwin Schrödinger, J. Tinbergen, Anton Edvard van Arkel, Pieter Zeeman, F. Zernike; Flask Club, Rijksuniversiteit te Groningen, Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden, and Teyler Foundation11ocn079714822mixIrving, David John CawdellMaterials gathered for his book, The German atomic bombHistory(English), documents, some A.D.I.(K) reports, etc11ocn081328007mix1964Randall, Harrison MOral history interview with Harrison M. RandallInitial experiences with science during student years at University of Michigan; brief period as high school teacher; spent 1910 at Eberhard Karls Universitat in Tübingen under Friedrich Paschen, began work in infrared spectroscopy. Return to University of Michigan, 1910; appointment as chairman of Department of Physics, 1917, scientific contributions of faculty such as Ralph Sawyer, Samuel Goudsmit, George Uhlenbeck, Otto Laporte and others during 1920s; development of the department as a research institution and relationships among members. Establishment of the Michigan Summer Symposia in Theoretical Physics in the 1930s with visiting European physicists. Critical evaluations of former students. Also mentioned at some length are Nelson Fuson, John Strong, Ernest Baker, James Cork, Walter Colby and Floyd Firestone11ocn082908054mixLandé, AlfredCorrespondence, mathematical calculations, and a short manuscript. Correspondence (1915-1970) relates to Landé's approach to quantum mechanics. The bulk of the correspondence (1915-1927) relates to quantum theory during its most active development. Also includes undated mathematical calculations by Landé, and an undated manuscript, "On Superconductivity," [by Frintz London?]. Correspondents include: E. Back, H. Bakhuissen, Max Born, Niels Bohr, A. H. Bucherer, A. Einstein, Paul Epstein, B. Freundlich, E. Fues, W. Gordon, S. Goudsmit, W. Heitler, W. Heisenberg, F. Henning, J. Königsberger, H. Konen, R. Ladenburg, F. London, E. Madelung, A. Magnus, R. Ortvay, F. Paschen, W. Pauli, M. Planck, E. Schrödinger, L. A. Sommer, A. Sommerfeld, O. Stern, J. H. Van Vleck, G. Varga, P. Zeeman+-+0069148106+-+0069148106Fri Mar 21 15:15:53 EDT 2014batch30198