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Interviewed by: 
Spencer Weart
Interview date: 
Friday, 28 February 1975
Location: 
Center for History of Physics, New York City, New York

Family background, early education and interests; undergraduate at Sacramento Junior College and University of California, Berkeley; first independ

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner and Spencer Weart
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 28 January 1975
Location: 
Center for History of Physics, New York City, New York

Family background, early education and interests; undergraduate at Sacramento Junior College and University of California, Berkeley; first independ

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 27 February 1973
Location: 
Princeton, New Jersey

Family background, early education and interests; undergraduate at Sacramento Junior College and University of California, Berkeley; first independ

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Thursday, 11 May 1972
Location: 
Princeton University

Family background, early education and interests; undergraduate at Sacramento Junior College and University of California, Berkeley; first independ

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Thursday, 28 October 1971
Location: 
Copenhagen, Denmark

Graduate studies in Berlin in the early 1930s with Beutler; Ph.D. in molecular spectroscopy, 1934.

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Monday, 15 November 1971
Location: 
Max Planck Institute, Heidelberg, Germany

Early education; studies biophysics at Universit├Ąt Frankfurt and Kaiser-Wilhelm Institut (Friedrich Dessauer, Rievsky); physics training (Erwin Mad

Interviewed by: 
Richard F. Hirsh
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 20 July 1976
Location: 
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D. C.

In this interview, E. T. Byram and T. A. Chubb discuss the Naval Research Laboratory's role in the history of x-ray astronomy.

Interviewed by: 
Gary Cameron
Interview date: 
Saturday, 16 August 2008
Location: 
Gaseous Electronics Conference

In this interview Manfred Biondi discusses topics such as: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); William Allis; S. C.

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