This interview was conducted at intervals during a symposium on the History of Nuclear Physics at the University of Minnesota.
Family background, early education and interests; undergraduate at Sacramento Junior College and University of California, Berkeley; first independ
Family life and early childhood environment; undergraduate studies at Case School for Applied Sciences, 1925-1929; M.S., 1933; influence of Dayton
Family life and early childhood environment; undergraduate studies at Case School for Applied Sciences (1925-29), M.S. 1933, influence of D.C.
Family background and early education; early science interests (telegraph and radio transmission), wins American Chemistry Society Contest in high
Family background; undergraduate and graduate studies at Princeton University: electrical engineering 1921, graduate research on ionization of argo