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Title
John Wheeler letter to Niels Bohr, 24-May-1956
Creator
Wheeler, John A.
Date Created and/or Issued
1956-05-24
Contributing Institution
UC Irvine, Libraries, Digital Scholarship Services
Collection
Hugh Everett III Manuscripts
Rights Information
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This material is provided for private study, scholarship, or research. Transmission or reproduction of any material protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. The authors or their heirs retain their copyrights to the material. Contact the University of California, Irvine Libraries, Special Collections and Archives for more information (spcoll@uci.edu).
Description
Scope/Content: In spring of 1956, John Wheeler was in residence at the Lorentz Institute in Leiden, Netherlands. In April, 1956 a copy of the long version of Hugh Everett's thesis was sent to Niels Bohr's Institute; the next month, Wheeler traveled to Copenhagen to discuss the thesis with Bohr and others. This document is a letter Wheeler sent to Bohr shortly after leaving, following up on the discussions on Everett at Copenhagen.
Scope/Content: This document is a reproduction of a document found at the Hugh Everett archive, American Institute of Physics.
Type
text
Identifier
ark:/81235/d86q1sw6g
http://hdl.handle.net/10575/1151
Language
English
eng
Subject
Everett, Hugh III
Bohr, Niels H.D.
Wheeler, John A.
Correspondence
Relation
Hugh Everett III Correspondence

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