TLS, 1966 May 8 : "at sea, North Atlantic," to Seymour Halpern.

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Rickover, Hyman George. TLS, 1966 May 8 : "at sea, North Atlantic," to Seymour Halpern.

TLS, 1966 May 8 : "at sea, North Atlantic," to Seymour Halpern.

Rickover here writes an eloquent tribute to George Washington Carver, on letterhead of the USS George Washington Carver nuclear submarine, which was named for the botanist.

3 p. ; 26.5 x 20.5 cm.

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Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943

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Agricultural scientist, teacher, humanitarian, artist, and Iowa State alumnus (1894, 1896). George Washington Carver was born ca. 1864, the son of slaves on the Moses Carver plantation near Diamond Grove, Missouri. He lost his father in infancy, and at the age of 6 months was stolen along with his mother by raiders, but was later found and traded back to his owner for a $300 race horse. He enrolled in Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa in 1890 studying music and art. Etta Budd, his art instructor ...

Rickover, Hyman George

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Hyman George Rickover, U.S. naval officer, graduated from the U.S. naval Academy in 1918 and received an M.S. from Columbia University in 1929. He conceived the idea of an atomic submarine in 1947 and designed and constructed the nuclear powered USS Nautilus, which was launched in 1954. He helped to construct other atomic submarines, including USS Seawolf in 1955. He was known as the father of the Nuclear Navy. From the description of Letter, August 7, 1967. (Naval War College). Worl...

Halpern, Seymour, 1913-1997

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