George C. Jaffé papers, 1902-1962.

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George C. Jaffé papers, 1902-1962.

Letters, mainly from fellow European physicists, many of them German, and written primarily in German; copies and/or drafts of his letters; documents and letters re professional appointments; personalia; reprints of papers; manuscript of Probability of Physics; material relating to his paper on Ludwig Boltzmann; notes, manuscripts of unpublished papers, etc.

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