Columbia University Archives

Historical photograph collection, 1858-

Series V: Atomic Energy

A small series of images related to atomic research conducted by Columbia. Included are images of the Nevis and Pupin Laboratories and a 1948 exhibit about atomic energy.

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Box 139 Atomic Clock, 1955

(Notes: J.P. Gordon; Charles H. Towne?)

Box 139 Atomic Energy Exhibit, 1948

(Notes: One labeled 27 Jan. 1954 "A pair of youthful visitors study the exhibit dealing with Columbia's pioneering role in the nation's atomic energy program. The exhibit is sponsored by Oak Ridge.)

Box XL 6 Chemical Engineering Achievement, February26, 1946

(Notes: Seventh Biennial Award Dinner for The Atomic Bomb Project, sponsored by Chemical & Metallurgical Engineering; Waldorf-Astoria

Box 139 Miscellaneous, undated

Box 139 Nevis Laboratories, Scientific Apparatus and Instruments, ca. 1930s-1960s

(Notes: Nevis Cyclotron Laboratory; Press release; Val Fitch; James Rainwater.)

Box 139 Pupin Laboratories, undated

(Notes:William W. Havens, associate professor of Physics.)