Correspondence, 1920-1954.


Correspondence, 1920-1954.

Consists of 850 letters written by and to M.N. Saha. This correspondence includes letters from and to heads-of-state, such as Nehru and Radhakrishnan politicians, bureaucrats, astrophysicists and physicists. These latter include H. J. Bhabha, S. S. Bhatnagar, D. M. Bose, S. Chandresekhar, Arthur H. Compton, P. A. M. Dirac, A. S. Eddington, A. Einstein, A. Fowler, R. H. Fowler, H. Groot, D. S. Kothari, J. E. Lennard Jones, P. C. Mahalanolis, E. A. Milne, S. N. Mitra, Gilbert Murray, P. C. Ray, Henry Russel, Rutherford, and Harlow Shapley.

850 letters.


SNAC Resource ID: 8209746

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