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Image number: RS.14104
Credit: ©National Film Board of Canada

Low Temperature Laboratory

Date

ca.1955

Creator - Organisation

Object type

Archive reference number

Material

Technique

Dimensions

height (paper): 207mm
width (paper): 253mm

Subject

Content object

Description

Portrait of two men standing behind a filing cabinet, adjusting a piece of unknown apparatus. Taken in the Canadian National Research Council’s [NRC] Low Temperature Laboratory, a Laboratory intended to facilitate extreme low temperature physics.

Inscribed on the reverse in ink: ‘The National Film Board of Canada. This is a Canadian Government photograph and may not be used for any advertising or commercial purpose without specific clearance and permission. Please credit N.F.B.’

Object history

From the papers of Franz Eugen Simon. Simon was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1941.

It is one of a series of seven photographs sent to Simon in 1955 by David Keith Chalmers MacDonald. MacDonald moved from Oxford to Ottowa in 1951 to set this laboratory up in the Low Temperature and Solid-States Physics Section of the Canadian NRC.

Related Fellows

David Keith Chalmers Macdonald (1920-1963, British), Physicist

Associated place

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