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Disarmament

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on the reduction, either unilaterally or internationally, in the personnel and/or equipment of armed forces. Works on plans, arrangements, or processes resting upon explicit or implicit international agreement which govern the number, types, or performance characteristics of weapons systems and/or the numerical strength, organization, equipment, deployment or employment of the armed forces of the parties involved are entered under Arms control.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Undergraduate Association records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0147
Scope and Contents Records received in 1986, boxes 1-9, include correspondence, minutes, financial records, president's reports, and topical reports which document student government and student sponsored activities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Records received in 1989, boxes 10-11, contain administrative files including correspondence about student conferences, the Leadership Conference, and the organization Students for Struik; subject files pertaining to disarmament, the MX...
Dates: 1914 - 2007

"The Worlds of Philip Morrison" symposium audio and video recordings

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0199
Scope and Contents of the Collection The collection contains audio and video recordings of the symposium held September 26-27, 1986, honoring Massachusetts Institute of Technology Institute Professor Philip Morrison on his 70th birthday. Videotapes are available only for the September 27 session. Speakers at the September 26 session include Gene M. Brown, Bruno Rossi, James Peebles, Walter Lewin, Kenneth Brecher, Alan Guth, Francis Low, Jerome Wiesner, Randall Forsberg, Anthony P. French, Lillian Weber, and Owen Gingerich. ...
Dates: 1986 - 1986

Victor Frederick Weisskopf papers

 Collection
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