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Interview with Lee A. DuBridge, Part II

DuBridge, Lee A. (2003) Interview with Lee A. DuBridge, Part II. [Oral History]

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Physicist Lee A. DuBridge became president of the California Institute of Technology in 1946. In this interview he recalls his dealings at Caltech with Linus Pauling; his memories of George W. Beadle, Theodore von Kármán, and J. Robert Oppenheimer; the military Vista Project at Caltech; and the difficulties surrounding the deportation of Hsue-shen Tsien, Caltech's Goddard Professor of Jet Propulsion.

Item Type:Oral History
Additional Information:Parts I and II of the Lee A. DuBridge interview are published as "A Conversation with Lee Alvin DuBridge" in Physics in Perspective, 5 (2003), 174-205, 281-309. The original version of the interview is available in book form in the Caltech Archives.
Keywords:Physics, administration
Record Number:CaltechOH:OH_DuBridge_2
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Subjects:Subjects > Administration
Subjects > Physics
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ID Code:68
Deposited By: Oral Histories Administrator
Deposited On:24 Nov 2003
Last Modified:26 Dec 2012 07:04

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