NCAR (Boulder, Colo.): clippings, etc. 1944-1979.


NCAR (Boulder, Colo.): clippings, etc. 1944-1979.

This box contains archivally photocopied clippings, along with related printed materials on the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colo. Laurence Paddock compiled the materials at the Boulder Daily Camera. Periodicals issued by NCAR are in box 174. Folders 1-2 in box 175 pertain to the High Altitude Observatory, 1944-1976. Folders 3-5 pertain to building construction, 1960-[197-]. Folders 6-20 contain general printed materials for the period 1960-1979.

20 folders.

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