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Institute of Public Affairs

Thompson, Ralph R
Format
Online; Visual Materials
Type
Black-and-White Photographs
Summary
Notation on back, "Effects of atomic energy on American life are discussed during a seminar at the seventeenth Institute of Public Affairs, revived this year for the first time since 1942. On the platform are, left to right, Marshall Brucer, in charge of the Medical Division, Oak Ridge Institute; Cabell Phillips, New York Times; Clem D. Johnson, Roanoke industrialist, representing the US Chamber of Commerce; J.N.G. Findley, moderator; Alvin M. Weinburg, director of research, Oak Ridge National laboratory; and Nathan H. Woodruff, assistant chief of the isotope division at Oak Ridge."
Date Created
undated
Description
Original Negative Present
Collection
University of Virginia Visual History Collection
Location
Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Retrieval ID
prints01616
Call Number
RG-30/1/10.011
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