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Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955



  • Existence: 1879 - 1955

Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:

A. Einstein

Identifier: 2004-00095

Albert Einstein Reprints

Identifier: 2008-00033

America & The World Situation

Identifier: 1998-00125

America & The World Situation

Identifier: 1999-00119

America & The World Situation

Identifier: 2004-00098

Robert F. Bacher Papers

Identifier: 10105-MS
Overview The working papers, correspondence, publications, photos and biographical materials of Robert F. Bacher (1905-2004) form the collection known as the Papers of Robert F. Bacher in the Archives of the California Institute of Technology. Bacher was a nuclear physicist who during World War II worked on radar at the MIT Radiation Laboratory and then from 1943 at Los Alamos on the atomic bomb. He was one of the first members of the US Atomic Energy Commission (1946-49). He served on the faculty and...
Dates: 1924-1994

Max Delbrück Papers

Identifier: 10045-MS
Overview This collection encompasses most of Delbrück's lifetime and chronicles his role in the development of molecular biology. The bulk of the materials date from the time of his immigration to the U.S. in 1946. They include personal and professional correspondence, lectures, manuscripts, and biographical material. These materials relate to topics such as his immigration as a German scientist during the early years of World War II; biophysics; his work with the Phage Information Service; his teaching...
Dates: 1918-1997

Einstein & Horace Gilbert

Identifier: 1988-00317

Einstein At Caltech 1931

Identifier: 1989-00142

Einstein Film Footage

Identifier: 1989-00141

Einstein Source Book

Identifier: 1979-00008

Paul Sophus Epstein Papers

Identifier: 10067-MS
Overview Epstein was a physicist at California Institute of Technology from 1921-1953; he taught advanced courses in mathematical and theoretical physics. Collection includes general and family correspondence; personal and biographical material; notebooks; manuscripts; class notes by a Caltech student; books, mostly technical and in Russian; reprints of Epstein's writings.
Dates: 1898-1966

How I See the World

Identifier: 1991-00055

Interview with Horace Gilbert, 1978-02-10 - 1978-02-28

Scope and Contents Interview in 1978 with Horace N. Gilbert, emeritus professor of economics. Gilbert joined Caltech's Humanities Division in 1929, having previously been an instructor at his alma mater, the Harvard Business School. He specialized in business economics and industrial policy, particularly the aircraft industry, and his familiarity with aircraft manufacture led him into defense-related work during and immediately after World War II. This interview contains his recollections of Harvard Business...
Dates: 1978-02-10 - 1978-02-28; Publication: 1979

Letter to C. S. Slichter

Identifier: 2006-00048