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ATOMIC BOMB COLLECTION
MS 92-28

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The Book donated in this collection, Now It Can Be Told: The Story of the Manhattan Project, by Leslie R. Groves, published 1962, is catalogued in the Rare Books section under #3731.
Box 1 FF 1 An original, typed copy of the "The Smythe Report," or A General Account of the Development of Methods of using Atomic Energy for Military Purposes Under the Auspices of the United States Government, 1940-1945, By H. D. Smythe, Chairman of the Department of Physics of Princeton University, Consultant to Manhattan District U. S. Corps of Engineers. Written at the request of Major General L. R. Groves, United States Army.
Box 1 FF 2 De Vore, Robert, "The Man Who Made Manhattan," Collier's, October 13, 1945. An article on Leslie R. Groves.
Box 1 FF 3 "Atomic Bomb, World's Greatest, Hits Japs," The Evening Star, August 6, 1945.
Box 1 FF 4 "Japs Admit Great Atomic Bomb Damage," The Evening Star, August 7, 1945.
Box 1 FF 5 "Atom Bombers Awed by Flash and Shock; Tokyo Admits Vast Ruin, Cabinet Meets; Carrier Planes Strike near China Coast," The New York Times, August 8, 1945.
Box 1 FF 6 "Men Who Hurled 1st Atom Bomb Saw Jap City Blown 'Sky High'," Times Herald, August 8, 1945.
Box 1 FF 7 "Russia Declares War on Japan," Times Herald, August 8, 1945; (2) "Atomic Bomb Dissolved Jap City, Fliers Who Dropped It Declare," The Washington Post, August 8, 1945.
Box 1 FF 8 "Reds Enter Manchuria From Two Sides; Second Atom Raid Brings 'Good Results'," The Evening Star, August 9, 1945.
Box 1 FF 9 "Truman Warns Japan, Quit Or Be Destroyed; Says We Will Hold Military Bases We Need; Soviet Pincers Drive 14 Miles Into Manchuria," The New York Times, August 10, 1945.
Box 1 FF 10 Pages from The Sunday Star, August 12, 1945.
Box 1 FF 11 "War's Ending: Atomic Bombs And Soviet Entry Bring Jap Surrender Offer," Life, August 20, 1945.
Box 1 FF 12 "U. S. At War," Time, August 13, 1945.
Box 1 FF 13 Two leaflets dropped by U. S. Bombers on Japan.
Box 1 FF 14 Press releases prepared by William Laurence issued August 1945 after first bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
Box 1 FF 15 "Collecting Books on the Atom Bomb," by Raymond D. Cooper, December 2, 1991.
Box 1 FF 16 Letter - "International Problems" by Soterious Nicholson.
Box 1 FF 17 Letter - William Erskine. - "The Atomic Bomb Has No Respect for Women and Children."
Box 1 FF 18 Letter - Matthew A. McKavitt "The Moral Responsibility of Dropping the Atomic Bomb on Japan," August 8, 1945.
Box 1 FF 19 Letter - Arthur De Vony, August 8, 1945.
Box 1 FF 20 Letter - Charles Allen Rentfro, August 7, 1945. Concerning with far reaching consequences of the bomb.
Box 1 FF 21 Letter - Quinton A. Songer, August 7, 1945. The atomic bomb will shorten the war . . .
Box 1 FF 22 Letter - Edward H. DeGroot, Jr., August 8, 1945. Apropos of the atomic bomb as a menace to the human race.
Box 1 FF 23 Letter - Mr. Ralph Ellsworth, August 8, 1945. Disbeliefs in atomic bomb.
Box 1 FF 24 Letter - Alvin W. Pulliam, August 8, 1945. Philosophizes on "The Most Horrible Invention of Man."
Box 1 FF 25 Letter - J. J. Sperry, August 14, 1945. Calls for defense against atomic bombs.
Box 1 FF 26 Letter - American Association of Scientific Workers, August 15, 1945. Calls for release of information and full control of bomb to association.
Box 1 FF 27 Letter - Gifford Pinchot, October 5, 1945. Mr. Pinchot Argues for Control of Atomic Bomb original copy removed to Autograph Collection MS 92-14.
Box 1 FF 28 Letter - Thomas A. McCarthy, August 16, 1945. Regards intelligent use of atomic power.
Box 1 FF 29 Letter - H. H. Pfeil, March 11, 1946. "Who Should Control Further Development of the Bomb."
Box 1 FF 30 Letter - Phillip Marshall Brown, October 19, 1945. Letter from American Peace Society, concerns the possibility of the atomic bomb destroying civilization.
Box 1 FF 31 Release by North American Newspaper Alliance by Phelps Adams, August 9, 1945. "Washington More Apprehensive Than Jubilant Over Atomic Bomb."


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