Papers, ca. 1920-1974.

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Condon, Edward Uhler, 1902-1974. Papers, ca. 1920-1974.

Papers, ca. 1920-1974.

This collection includes correspondence, notebooks, writings, photographs, newsclippings, etc., concerning Condon's education, teaching, and his government, industrial and academic work. There is also much interesting material relating to his problems with obtaining security clearances during to late 1940s and 1950s.

ca. 75,000 items (75 linear ft.)

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