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Abstract 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...
Scope and Contents The papers include professional correspondence relating to his work in neurophysiology (principally between 1950-1970) and organizational work, material on professional associations and publishing, photographs, reprints, and research notes. Three files (Box 8) donated by Peter J. Mills.The bulk of the collection is professional correspondence, including items in Dutch and German, relating mainly to his work in neurophysiology, principally between 1950 to 1970. other...
- Language: German X