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Scope/Content: This is a letter from John Wheeler to Hugh Everett III with detailed comments regarding Everett’s thesis. Wheeler describes his meetings with Niels Bohr, Aage Petersen, and colleagues in Copenhagen and their reaction to the draft thesis. Wheeler emphasizes how difficult it will be for Everett to fully address the misunderstandings as he reworks his thesis given the limits of “everyday words.” Wheeler believes that the words are the problem, not the formalism. He says that he reported to the Copenhagen colleagues his sense that “Everett’s very original work is destined to become widely known." Scope/Content: This document is a reproduction of a document found in the Hugh Everett papers at the American Institute of Physics Niels Bohr Library and Archives