Gordon Hull papers
The Papers of Gordon Ferrie Hull contain professional and personal correspondence with noted scientists and laboratory staff members, including Albert Einstein, Robert Millikan, Ernest Rutherford, and Waldemar Kaempffert, laboratory and classroom notebooks, typescripts of articles and books, technical papers, photographs and glass plate negatives, course outlines, student theses and grade books from the Department of Physics at Dartmouth College as well as materials relating to Hull's early experimentation with light pressure, and his work with atomic theory, quantum theory, and optics. The papers document his education and career as a physicist, teacher, and lieutenant colonel in the U.S Army Ordnance Department during WWI and his later military consulting.
- 1879 - 1955
- Hull, Gordon Ferrie, 1870-1956 (Person)
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Gordon Ferrie Hull, physicist, professor of physics at Dartmouth College and lieutenant colonel in the U.S Army Ordnance Department. Dartmouth College Honorary Degree 1908. Contains correspondence with noted scientists, laboratory and classroom notebooks, typescripts of articles and books, technical papers, photographs, glass plate negatives, course outlines, student theses and grade books relating to the study and teaching of physics, his military service during and after WWI and his work with atomic theory, quantum theory, optics, and pressure of light experimentation.
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