Collection ID: ohrc076
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Summary

Creator:
Indiana University Center for the Study of History and Memory
Abstract:
These two interviews provide a close look at the research conducted at the Los Alamos National Laboratory during World War II. The interviewees are both former physics professors at Indiana University who were heavily involved with the Manhattan Project. They reveal the circumstances surrounding their involvement and discuss the Los Alamos Laboratory in detail including many of the personalities present, such as Robert Oppenheimer and Edward Teller.
Extent:
2 interviews
Language:
Materials are in English
Preferred citation:

[interviewee first name last name] interview, by [interviewer first name last name], [interview date(s)], [call number], [project name], Center for Documentary Research and Practice, Indiana University, Bloomington, [page number(s) or tape number and side if no transcript; if digital audio and no transcript, cite time when quote occurs].

Background

Scope and Content:

This collection contains two interviews conducted over one month. The interviews are 100 and 105 minutes respectively. Both interviews consist of audio tapes and typed transcripts.

Acquisition information:
Oral history interviews conducted by the Indiana University Center for the Study of History and Memory from 1968 to the present, with particular focus on the history of twentieth-century America and the Midwest.
Physical location:
Interviews are housed in Franklin Hall, Room 0030B. Copies of interview transcripts are also held by the IU Libraries University Archives. Contact archives@indiana.edu for more information. For other locations housing the interviews from this project, please contact the Center for Documentary Research and Practice office.
Physical facet:
Audio files, transcripts, and collateral materials

Access

TERMS OF ACCESS:

The archive of the Center for Documentary Research and Practice at Indiana University is open to the use of researchers. Copies of transcript pages are available only when such copies are permitted by the deed of gift. Scholars must honor any restrictions the interviewee placed on the use of the interview. Since some of our earlier (pre-computer) transcripts do not exist in final form, any editing marks in a transcript (deletions, additions, corrections) are to be quoted as marked. Audio files may not be copied for patrons unless the deed of gift permits it, and a transcript is unavailable for that interview. The same rules of use that apply to a transcript apply to the audio interview. Interviews may not be reproduced in full for any public use, but excerpted quotes may be used as long as researchers fully cite the data in their research, including accession number, interview date, interviewee's and interviewer's name, and page(s).

PREFERRED CITATION:

[interviewee first name last name] interview, by [interviewer first name last name], [interview date(s)], [call number], [project name], Center for Documentary Research and Practice, Indiana University, Bloomington, [page number(s) or tape number and side if no transcript; if digital audio and no transcript, cite time when quote occurs].

CAMPUS:
Indiana University Bloomington
LOCATION OF THIS COLLECTION:
Franklin Hall 0030B
601 East Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47405, United States
CAMPUS:
Indiana University Bloomington
CONTACT:
812-855-2856
ohrc@indiana.edu