This collection chiefly contains correspondence between American physicist and astronomer Theodore Dunham (born 1897) and
throughout the United States and England (and a couple other countries), chiefly dating from 1926-1955. Subjects include:
Dunham's work on stars (including our sun) and planets
(Jupiter, Venus); biophysics; telescopes and lenses; and the Fund for Astrophysical Research.
Theodore Dunham, Jr. was Scientific Director of the Fund for Astrophysical Research from its founding in 1936 until his death
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