Manson Benedict papers
Materials in this online collection form part of the Manson Benedict papers (MC-0428) in the MIT Libraries Department of Distinctive Collections. For more information about the materials, please consult the collection finding aid.
Collection scope and contents:
Records of Benedict's years as a professor at MIT include course materials from classes he taught in nuclear engineering, 1958-1977; correspondence with MIT colleagues; reports and correspondence from the Department of Nuclear Engineering; notes from committee meetings, and information about the MIT reactor and the MIT Reactor Safeguard Committee. Also included are copies of speeches and reprints of his writings, including the manuscript for the second edition of Nuclear Chemical Engineering; notebooks from Hydrocarbon Research, Inc., 1946-1951; reports from the Kellogg Company; materials about the Manhattan District and Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-1949; and an audiocassette of Benedict's remarks at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the MIT Department of Nuclear Engineering.
1932 – 2016; majority of material found within 1932 – 1984
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