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General correspondence, 1919-1930.

Author: Elmer Ambrose Sperry
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Papers.
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This series contains Elmer Sperry's correspondence with a number of prominent scientists, politicians and business people. Letters to Herbert Hoover and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., outline Sperry's political, economic, and social world views. Correspondence with Albert A. Michelson (University of Chicago), David Eugene Smith (Columbia University) and Elihu Thomson (Thomson-Houston Company) develops Sperry's ideas  Read more...
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Named Person: Herbert Hoover; A Sauvaire Jourdan; Albert A Michelson; Benito Mussolini; John D Rockefeller, Jr.; David Eugene Smith; Elmer Ambrose Sperry; Elihu Thomson; Herbert Hoover; Albert A Michelson; Benito Mussolini; John D Rockefeller, Jr.; David Eugene Smith; Elmer Ambrose Sperry; Elihu Thomson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elmer Ambrose Sperry
OCLC Number: 86119099
In: Elmer Ambrose Sperry
Description: 0.5 linear ft.

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This series contains Elmer Sperry's correspondence with a number of prominent scientists, politicians and business people. Letters to Herbert Hoover and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., outline Sperry's political, economic, and social world views. Correspondence with Albert A. Michelson (University of Chicago), David Eugene Smith (Columbia University) and Elihu Thomson (Thomson-Houston Company) develops Sperry's ideas about the relationship between science and technology. Also included is a letter to Mussolini.

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