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Bernard T. Feld papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MC-0167

The Bernard Taub Feld papers document his academic, professional, and political pursuits during the period 1943 to 1990. The bulk of the material dates from the mid-1950s, reflecting his establishment in the scientific community and his increased interest in nuclear arms control.

Dates: 1943 - 1990

Francis Bitter papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MC-0077

These papers document the career of Francis Bitter, who helped establish the National Magnet Laboratory at MIT. The bulk of the collection postdates 1934, when Bitter came to MIT. The papers consist primarily of correspondence with colleagues, professional societies, and concerns that hired him as a consultant.

Dates: 1925 - 1967

Julius Adams Stratton papers

Identifier: MC-0431
Scope and Contents of the Collection This collection documents the activities of Julius Adams Stratton, former president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The collection is arranged in six series by original file groupings. Series 1 contains biographical and genealogical material about Stratton's family, including correspondence, diaries, and reminiscences by his father about his trip west in the mid-nineteenth century. The subject files, Series 3, document Stratton's professional and government activities...
Dates: 1854 - 1994; Majority of material found within 1907 - 1994

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics curricula

Identifier: AC-0074
Scope and Contents The early years of physics education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT) is documented in the "Plan of the Physical Laboratory" and "Report of the Physical Laboratory," by Edward C. Pickering, the first professor of physics at MIT.There are sets of notes taken by students in physics classes between 1903 and 1917. They are organized primarily by course. The professor teaching the course is usually identified on the first page of the notes.The collection...
Dates: 1869 - 1971

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics records

Identifier: AC-0068
Abstract Physics was taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from the time classes were first offered in 1865. William B. Rogers, the founder and first president of MIT, was the first professor of physics. In 1869 Rogers established the "Physical Laboratory," probably the first laboratory for instruction in physics in the United States. In 1872 the lab was renamed the Rogers Laboratory of Physics. Physics became Course VIII in 1873. The collection consists of reports on research written...
Dates: 1875 - 2021; Majority of material found within 1875 - 1901

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics student records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0409
Scope and Contents

This collection contains student records kept by the Department of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Dates: circa 1929-1998

S. Homer Woodbridge course notes

Identifier: MC-0061
Scope and Contents

Collection consists of formal notes (1893, 1900) prepared by Samuel Woodbridge for his courses taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in heating and ventilation (1882-1914), including the "Importance of the Study to the Architect" (1 volume) and "An Elementary Treatise on Heat" (6 volumes).

Dates: 1893 - 1900

Victor Frederick Weisskopf papers

Identifier: MC-0572
Abstract The collection documents the professional life and career of Victor Frederick Weisskopf (1908-2002) from the 1920s through 2002. Educated in Europe in the 1920s and 1930s, Weisskopf made contributions to the quantum theory of radiative transitions, the self-energy of electrons, the electrodynamic properties of the vacuum, and the theory of nuclear reactions. In 1943, several years after his move to the United States, Weisskopf was invited to join the Manhattan Project, where he served as...
Dates: 1922 - 2002