American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
A collection of articles on transistors and semiconductors, compiled and printed by Bell Telephone Laboratories and distributed to employees of Bell Labs as part Communications Development Training course A1, Electronics. This course packet contains 17 articles, authored individually by: John Bardeen, Walter H. Brattain, Esther M. Conwell, Frederick S. Goucher, James R. Haynes, Harold C. Montgomery, Jack A. Morton, Gerald L. Pearson, William J. Pietenpol, W. van Roosbroeck, Robert M. Ryder, B. Sawyer, William Shockley, Morgan Sparks, Gordon K. Teal, Robert L. Wallace Jr
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
A collection of articles on transistors and semiconductors, compiled and printed by Bell Telephone Laboratories and distributed to employees of Bell Labs as part Communications Development Training course A1, Electronics. This course packet contains 17 articles, authored individually by: John Bardeen, Walter H. Brattain, Esther M. Conwell, Frederick S. Goucher, James R. Haynes, Harold C. Montgomery, Jack A. Morton, Gerald L. Pearson, William J. Pietenpol, W. van Roosbroeck, Robert M. Ryder, B. Sawyer, William Shockley, Morgan Sparks, Gordon K. Teal, Robert L. Wallace Jr
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
A collection of articles on transistors and semiconductors, compiled and printed by Bell Telephone Laboratories and distributed to employees of Bell Labs as part Communications Development Training course A1, Electronics. This course packet contains 17 articles, authored individually by: John Bardeen, Walter H. Brattain, Esther M. Conwell, Frederick S. Goucher, James R. Haynes, Harold C. Montgomery, Jack A. Morton, Gerald L. Pearson, William J. Pietenpol, W. van Roosbroeck, Robert M. Ryder, B. Sawyer, William Shockley, Morgan Sparks, Gordon K. Teal, Robert L. Wallace Jr
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Relates to the organization and equipment of an international radio-telephone communications system in Japan.
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
A paper resulting from Professor Yan's study of Bell Laboratories at the Niels Bohr Library at the American Institute of Physics in 1994. He attributes the success of Bell Labs to its clear mission to develop communication technology and better and cheaper services. He discusses the central importance of research to its success, and the impact of each of its presidents on the mission. Two pages of references are included
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Relates to the organization and equipment of an international radio-telephone communications system in Japan
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
Reply to survey questionnaire, in which Johnson discusses his work at Bell Telephone Laboratories on rare-earth ion laser research, with references. Recipients were asked to discuss their education, their activities preceding their involvement with lasers, their work during the Second World War, their entry into the field of lasers, their scientific achievements, their work as laboratory administrators, their work in the laser industry, and their work as journal editors or society officers
Museum of Modern Art
Papers collected by Crawford concerning his interests in the beginning of the motion picture and its inventors, and in the beginning of sound film. The collection contains his correspondence in the late 1920s and early 1930s with many film pioneers then still living, and some original documents from the historic period which interested him. Some of the more significant subjects are Lee De Forest, W.K.L. Dickson, Thomas Alva Edison, William Friese-Greene, Eugene Lauste, Bell Laboratories, film apparatus, L.A. Augustin LePrince, and Georges Melies. Material consists of correspondence, photographs of inventors and inventions, and catalogs and patents about inventions. In addition, scrapbooks of news clippings of Crawford's column in Motion pictures today during the mid-1920s
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
Reply to survey questionnaire, in which Johnson discusses his work at Bell Telephone Laboratories on rare-earth ion laser research, with references. Recipients were asked to discuss their education, their activities preceding their involvement with lasers, their work during the Second World War, their entry into the field of lasers, their scientific achievements, their work as laboratory administrators, their work in the laser industry, and their work as journal editors or society officers