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Scientific correspondence: Dyson, F.J., 1975-1995

MS. 11619/63/K.27

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Dyson was a long-term colleague and friend who had spent a period in the Birmingham Department (of which he is described as 'a very unique and imaginative member', Bird of Passage, p. 234), lodging for part of that time with the Peierls.

Comprises personal and scientific correspondence including miscellaneous items written or translated by Dyson, his obituary of Dirac 1986 with comments by Peierls, and Peierls's review of Dyson's book, From Winchester to Orion. Disturbing the universe.


  • Creation: 1975-1995


1 file

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. 11619/63/K.27

Former reference:

NCUACS 57.6.95/K.27

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