Magnetism

Interviewed by: 
Stephen T. Keith
Interview date: 
July 2, 1981
Location: 
Imperial College

Education including time as a student working with E. C.

Interviewed by: 
Frederick Fellows
Interview date: 
December 19, 1983
Location: 
Pupin Hall, Columbia University

Serber’s studies at the University of Wisconsin with John Van Vleck.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview date: 
September 13, 1974
Location: 
American Institute of Physics

Born in Poland, attended City College of New York and Columbia University; Ph.D. work with Isidor I.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview date: 
August 2, 1974
Location: 
American Institute of Physics

Born in Poland, attended City College of New York and Columbia University; Ph.D. work with Isidor I.

Interviewed by: 
Babak Ashrafi
Interview date: 
January 23, 2007
Location: 
Webster, New York

Topics discussed include: family background, education at Duke University, graduate work at Princeton University with Don Hamilton, Ruby Sherr and

Interviewed by: 
Finn Aaserud
Interview date: 
November 21, 1985
Location: 
Elsasser's office

Focussed interview on Elsasser's career in the United States.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview date: 
December 15, 1981
Location: 
Stanford University

Personal highlight in solid state physics and magnetism, 1928-1933.

Interviewed by: 
Spencer Weart
Interview date: 
July 25, 1977
Location: 
Santa Barbara Street, Pasadena, California

This interview begins with a discussion of Babcock's childhood and youth around Mt. Wilson Observatory, with comments on father (Harold D.

Interviewed by: 
Alexei Kojevnikov
Interview date: 
June 29, 2000
Location: 
Princeton University

Discusses his childhood and education in Illinois, undergrad and graduate work at Harvard; writing his thesis with Van Vleck; working at Bell Labor

Interviewed by: 
Alexei Kojevnikov
Interview date: 
November 23, 1999
Location: 
Princeton Physics Department Building

Discusses his childhood and education in Illinois, undergrad and graduate work at Harvard; writing his thesis with Van Vleck; working at Bell Labor

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