Reference numberPB/1/14
TitleCavendish Laboratory, Cambridge
DescriptionPhotocopy of letter, 18 March 1924, from Cambridge colleagues to Blackett who was on his honeymoon. 'From the Club greetings - we feel that we have lost an electron from our innermost ring... Written and signed by the 'Adiabatic Invariants': D.R. Hartree, K.G. Emeleus, J.E. Jones, E.C. Stoner, H.W.B. Skinner, P. Kapitza, and unidentified.

Also, Letter of appointment as Demonstrator in Physics, Cambridge, 30 November 1927.

Letter from A.W. Smith, Physics Department, Ohio State University, offering one-year sabbatical appointment to Blackett. MS. draft of Blackett's reply of Blackett's reply asking if he could come for a shorter period.
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