Oral history interview with Masatoshi Koshiba, 1997 August 30.

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Oral history interview with Masatoshi Koshiba, 1997 August 30.

This interview is part of a small program to document the recent history of American Astronomical Society. These interviews were used as background studies to help authors of chapters for the centennial history volume of the Society research and organize documentary materials. The volume was published in 1999. Prominently mentioned are John Bahcall, Chandrasekhar, Ray Davis, John Learned, Alfred Mann, Marcel Schein, CERN, Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Rochester, University of Tokyo,

Sound recording: 4 cassettes.Transcript: 2 parts (110 pp.)

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