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Robert Millikan States That A Man Did Not “Cooperate With Him In Any Cosmic Ray Researches”
- ROBERT MILLIKAN (1868-1953). Millikan was a Nobel Prize recipient and physicist who established the charge of an electron. TLS. 1pg. 8” x 10”. February 26, 1936. Pasadena. A typed letter signed “Robert A Millikan” to J.G. Gillman of Leicester, England. Writing on “California Institute of Technology” letterhead, Millikan wrote: “I have just received your letter of February 7th, and in reply would say that so far as my memory serves me I have never met Mr. William Leggett, of whom you inquire, and I certainly have not cooperated with him in any cosmic ray researches. So far as I can remember he is completely unknown to me.” The letter has mailing folds and a faint stain of a paper clip on the top margin. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
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