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1:10. 1941-42 Correspondence and Clippings of Milton F. Amrine, Sr., 1941-1942

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 10
The papers include a large quantity of Amrine's literary manuscripts, together with correspondence, print and near print material relating to a number of subjects, most importantly, atomic energy research and development. Michael Amrine (1918-1974) began his career in journalism in 1934, working for a number of years with the Federation of Atomic Scientists while editing the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. Amrine is the author of a number of books, including This Awesome Challenge (1964). Correspondents include: Albert Einstein, Hans Bethe, Harold Urey, Thomas Hart Benton and William Allen White. Other materials include a collection of black and white still photographs relating to Amrine's research interests and tape recorded interviews, used as background for a number of his books.

Dates

  • 1941-1942
  • Majority of material found within 1941 - 1942

Container Summary

Newspaper clippings of interest to Amrine's job at the Kansas State Penitentiary.

Conditions governing access note

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Extent

From the Collection: 46.5 Linear Feet

Container Summary

Newspaper clippings of interest to Amrine's job at the Kansas State Penitentiary.

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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