Spectra Analysis of Varnish Vacuum Tube to Photoelectricity, 1936
Scope and Contents
The John Gibson Winans papers, 1930-1982 (bulk 1940-1953) contains the personal and professional papers of J. Gibson Winans, mainly from his affiliation with the University of Wisconsin and Sylvania Electric Products Inc. The collection includes correspondence pertaining to conferences, research, and other professional activities, as well as early indications of Winans' eventual involvement in politics, including a letter from Senator Joseph McCarthy. Also includes research reports, notes on physics and other topics, teaching materials, documents related to Winans' publication history, and other miscellaneous items.
- From the Collection: Winans, J. Gibson (John Gibson) (Person)
Terms of Access and Use
The John Gibson Winans papers, 1930-1982 (bulk 1940-1953) are open to researchers.
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From the Collection: 1.83 Linear Feet (1 record carton, 2 manuscript boxes)
Language of Materials
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