Philip McCord Morse papers 1927-1980

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Philip McCord Morse papers, 1927-1980

Philip McCord Morse papers 1927-1980

This collection documents the career of Philip Morse. Morse served on the faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1931 to 1969 and was a leader in the field of operations research. The papers consist of biographical information; correspondence; notes; committee minutes; course material; reports; trip diaries; manuscripts; research data and graphs; and reprints and other printed material. The collection also includes a series of administrative records of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology documenting committee and policy work Morse participated in.

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