Oppenheimer memorial session [sound recording] : American Physical Society Meeting, 1967 April 24.

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American Physical Society. Meeting (1967 : Washington, D.C.). Oppenheimer memorial session [sound recording] : American Physical Society Meeting, 1967 April 24.

Oppenheimer memorial session [sound recording] : American Physical Society Meeting, 1967 April 24.

Speeches given in honor of J. Robert Oppenheimer at the American Physical Society Meeting in 1967. Speakers include: Robert Serber - "The Early Years," Victor Weisskopf - "The Alamos Years," Abraham Pais - "The Princeton Period," Glenn Seaborg - "Public Service and Human Contributions."

1 sound tape reel (90 min.) : 3 3/4 ips, analog, mono. ; 7 in.

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