CORBIN C. ALLARDICE PAPERS, 1949-1963, 1973
Corbin Allardice was a scientist, member of the Manhattan Project, public information officer for the Atomic Energy Commission, and staff director to the Congressional Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. He is the coauthor of The First Pile, a history of the first self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction. Allardice died in 1977.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
The papers primarily pertain to atomic energy during the 1950s. Materials include: reports, articles, lectures, and biographical information.
Allardice, Corbin C.
Biographical information, 1982, 2001
General, promotional and technical information, 1955, 1963, and undated
Atomic Energy Commission – Press conference, Jan 23, 1958
Atomic Energy Lectures by Curtis A. Nelson, Savannah River Operations Office, AEC,1955
Euratom: The American Interest in the European Atomic Energy Committee by Ben T. Moore, Feb 1958
First Canadian Conference on Uranium and Atomic Energy – Papers, 1960
Procedures Relating to Consulting Engineers, Feb 21, 1956
Reactor Engineering Lectures by Stuart McLain, Argonne National Laboratory, 1955