This interview begins with a lengthy discussion of his family history, and more personal anecdotes emerge throughout the interview. After the family history, Broxon discusses his undergraduate education at Wabash College. There is a brief discussion of Broxon's Law, concerning the flow of electricity inside the sun and around sunspots. Broxon then goes on to discuss his scientific training at the University of Minnesota, his early experiences at Yale, and the construction of early ionization chambers. The subject then changes to a brief account of his time associated with the Manhattan Project, both in Chicago and Los Alamos. The interview concludes with a few personal reminiscences, prompted by photographs in Broxon's personal albums. Other affiliations discussed include Dr. W.F.G. Swann and Oliver C. Lester.