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Records, 1946-1951 (inclusive).

Author: Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Contains correspondence, corporate records, financial records, memoranda, minutes, papers of various scientific meetings, and material relating to fund raising and educational campaigns. Wire recordings of a conference held at Princeton, NJ, November 1947. Includes letters of Robert F. Bacher, Hans Albrecht Bethe, Edward Uhler Condon, Albert Einstein, Leo Szilard, Harold Clayton Urey, and Victor Frederick Weisskopf.  Read more...
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Named Person: E Everet Minett; Robert F Bacher; Hans A Bethe; Edward Uhler Condon; Albert Einstein; Leo Szilard; Harold Clayton Urey; Victor Frederick Weisskopf; T R Hogness; Selig Hecht; Harrison Brown; Pare Lorentz
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists.
OCLC Number: 52250074
Notes: Forms part of the Atomic Scientists Collections.
Description: 11.5 linear ft.
Other Titles: Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, records

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Contains correspondence, corporate records, financial records, memoranda, minutes, papers of various scientific meetings, and material relating to fund raising and educational campaigns. Wire recordings of a conference held at Princeton, NJ, November 1947. Includes letters of Robert F. Bacher, Hans Albrecht Bethe, Edward Uhler Condon, Albert Einstein, Leo Szilard, Harold Clayton Urey, and Victor Frederick Weisskopf. Files concerning grants-in-aid to other atomic scientists' organizations, including Association of Scientists for Atomic Education, Federation of American Scientists, and National Committee on Atomic Information.

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