Lot 890: Blackett, Patrick

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Lot 890: Blackett Patrick: (1897-1974) English Experimental Physicist, Nobel Prize Winner For Physics, 1948. Blackett Made A Major Contribution During World War Ii Advising On Military Strategy And Developing Operational Research. A.L.S., P M S Blackett, On One Side Of A Postcard, London, N.D. ('Sunday'; 24Th June 1945), To Dr. Lajos Janossy At The University, Manchester. Blackett Writes, In Full, 'We Are Informed That The Office Has Not Been Moved To London, But Is Still In Liverpool. I Should Ring Up Immediately, Or Go Over There Yourself. Wire To Me If You Have Further Difficulty. We Were Told That Your Papers Are Still In Liverpool'. Hand Addressed By Blackett To The Verso. With A Few Neat Ink Circles Around Some Of Blackett'S Text. Some Light Overall Age Wear, Otherwise Vg. Lajos Janossy (1912-1978) Hungarian Physicist, Astrophysicist & Mathematician. Janossy Was To Work Under Blackett On Astrophysics At The University Of Manchester From 1938-47, Heading The Cosmic Radiation Research Group. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £100-150
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