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Ceremonies and Parades - Christian Science Camp Welfare, Camp Lewis, Wash

Colleges and Universities - Yale University - War Science taught at Yale

Colleges and Universities - Indiana University - Radio men entering Science Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

Colleges and Universities - Miscellaneous - Dedication of American flag and flagpole on Case campus. Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio

Colleges and Universities - University of Kansas - Company B of the Kansas University regiment. This company is also well represented in the classes in Military Science, as given in the University curriculum. Taken on the North Campus Drill Field, Lawrence, Kansas

Photograph of National Science Foundation Event

Photograph of National Science Foundation Event

Photograph of International Committee on Historical Science

Fisk University, Social Science Class

[Becquerel-Atomic Science]

Photograph of Waukesha High School Science Class

Photograph of Waukesha High School Science Class

Prof. Victor Spitsyn, Director of Instutute of Physical Science, Russian visitor 10/20/1960. [Photographer: Unknown]

Prof. Victor Spitsyn, Director of Instutute of Physical Science shaking hands with Ernest Orlando Lawrence 10/20/1960. Ernest Orlando Lawrence recieving the first Sylvauns Thayer Award in 1958, an award that is given each year by the United States Military Academy at West Point. The Thayer Award, established in honor of Col. Sylvanus Thayer, 'Father of the Military Academy,' is presented to an outstanding citizen whose service and accomplishments in the national interest exemplify the Military Academy motto, "Duty, Honor, Country." [Photographer: Unknown]

President John F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson Walk to Greet Winners of National Science Talent Search

KRON TV's rehearsal for February 26, "Science in Action" show with Lawrence Radiation Laboratory Chemist Albert Ghiorso, right and Bud Larsh. Photo taken 2/26/ 1962. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

KRON TV's first rehearsal for February 26 "Science in Action" show with Earl Herald, Al Ghiorso, and Director Vern Louden. Photo taken March,1962. Morgue 1962-80 (P-6) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Junior Science and Humanities Symposium meeting. Owen Chamberlain at head of table, taken October 4, 1963. Morgue 1963-33 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Harvey White, head of the Lawrence Hall of Science project, and his assistant Jim Murphy, looking at the old 37-inch cyclotron magnet, returned from UCLA. Photo taken December 16, 1963. Morgue 1963-55 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Harvey White, head of the Lawrence Hall of Science project, and his assistant Jim Murphy, looking at the old 37-inch cyclotron magnet, returned from UCLA. Photo taken December 16, 1963. Morgue 1963-55 (P-7) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Luis Alvarez (right) receives the 1963 National Medal of Science from President Johnson, taken January 13, 1964. Morgue 1964-13 (P-3). Copy negative from Luis Alvarez print [photographer unknown]

Luis Alvarez receives the 1963 National Medal of Science from President Johnson, taken January 13, 1964. Morgue 1964-13 (P-4) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Luis Alvarez (right) receives the 1963 National Medal of Science from President Johnson, taken January 13, 1964. Morgue 1964-13 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Luis Alvarez (right) receives the 1963 National Medal of Science from President Johnson, taken January 13, 1964. Morgue 1964-13 (P-2). Copy negative from Luis Alvarez print [photographer unknown]

KRON TV's rehearsal for February 26, "Science in Action" show with Al Ghiorso and Earl Herald, taken 2/26/1962. Morgue 1962-80 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory hosts the High Energy Physics Meeting. Clockwise from left Klaus Bottstein of the Max Planck Institute, Munich; Gerson Goldhaber, LRL; Gideon Alexander and Gideon Yekutieli, both of the Weizmann Institute of Science, Isreal. Photo taken September 1966. Morgue 1966-150 [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Captain P.S. Waters is briefed by Lieutenant Peterson as he tours the Computer Science School at the Data Processing Installation

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

BLACKS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - A MANPOWER SYMPOSIUM AT THE SHERATON CLEVELAND HOTEL CLEVELAND OHIO

President Gerald R. Ford Delivering Remarks in the East Garden of the White House during the Signing Ceremony for H.R. 10230, Creating the Office of Science and Technology (OSTP)

President Gerald R. Ford With Recipients of the National Medal of Science in the East Room

CONGRESSIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS

CONGRESSIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS

CONGRESSIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS

CONGRESSIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS

Discovery’s STS-128 mission returns after a mission to the International Space Station. A Disney figure of Buzz Lightyear, space ranger that accompanied the mission after spending 15 months aboard the Station, is shown standing in front of the Shuttle. While on the station, Buzz supported NASA’s education outreach program – STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) by creating a series of fun educational online outreach programs

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

LEWIS DISPLAY FOR NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL EXPO ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROPULSION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT

A ground-to-air view of the space shuttle Challenger during liftoff from launch complex 39A at 7:33 a.m. EDT. Aboard the Challenger for the seventh launch of the Space Transportation System are CMDR Bob Crippen, pilot Frederick H. Hauck, and mission specialists Sally Ride, John M. Fabian and Dr. Norman Thagard

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

VISIT BY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH H SCHWARTZ AND B LUBARSKY

Swearing-In Ceremony for Dr. Frank Press - Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy; Mr. Richard C. Atkinson - Director, National Science Foundation; and Dr. Peter Bourne - Director, Office of Drug Abuse Policy. The Rose Garden.

Jimmy Carter - Presenting Medal of Science Awards

Jimmy Carter - Presenting Metal of Science Awards

Swearing- In Ceremony for Dr. Frank Press - Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy; Mr. Richard C. Atkinson - Director, National Science Foundation; and Dr. Peter Bourne - Director, Office of Drug Abuse Policy. The Rose Garden

Medal of Science Awards

Swearing-In Ceremony for Dr. Frank Press - Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy; Mr. Richard C. Atkinson - Director, National Science Foundation; and Dr. Peter Bourne - Director, Office of Drug Abuse Policy. The Rose Garden

Christian Science Monoto 5-15; Schechter briefing 16-17; Personal friends (Kraft)

Medal of Science Awards

Medal of Science Award Winners

Medal of Science Award Winners

Jimmy Carter - Science Announcement

Jimmy Carter - With Mayor Helen Boosalias of Lincoln, Nebraska, Fr. 2-9; Farewell to Under Secretary of Energy, John Deutch, Fr. 10-13; Participated in a ceremony to receive an honorary Ph.D.from the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, Fr. 14-24

Jimmy Carter - Presenting Metal of Science Awards

4-13 National Science Award Winners; 15-32 Ben Brown Group

Swearing-In Ceremony: Dr. Frank Press - Science and Technology; Mr. Richard C. Atkinson - National Science Foundation; Dr. Peter Bourne - Drug Abuse Policy

Swearing-In Policy: Dr. Frank Press - Science and Technology; Mr. Richard Atkinson - National Science Foundation; Dr. Peter Bourne - Drug Abuse Policy

An instructor shouts directions to Astronaut Sally Ride as a boat pulls her through the water during an Air Training Command sea survival school "Drop-and-Drag" Exercise. The boat will pull her until she can stabilize herself and release the parachute risers. The exercise is designed to simulate being dragged through the water by a parachute

Radiation Measurement Technician TSGT James Messenger, foreground, calibrates the autogamma radiation counting system and the automated gamma spectrometer at the Radiation Science Laboratory. 2LT Jeffrey Triebel, background, checks background radiation with the instrument panel prior to running radiation sample analysis

SENATOR STEVENSON AND SUBCOMMITTEE ON SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND SPACE IN SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS USING THE PET PORTABLE EARTH TERMINAL

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

STUDENTS IN RESEARCH APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

T700 TEST STAND WITH ARMY SCIENCE BOARD VISITORS

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

NASA LEWIS UNION REPRESENTATIVES WITH OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY REPRESENATIVES FROM WASHINGTON DC

Douglas Thigpen, handicapped by dyslexia, explains his science project to judge MAJ. Robert E. Schuldt. Air Force judges coordinate in reviewing awarding regional science fair competitors. These rivals are junior and senior high school students who enter the 250 fairs, represented by Chicago's Museum of Science of Industry nationally

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

T700 TEST STAND WITH ARMY SCIENCE BOARD VISITORS

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

Judges review school student's exhibitions of science projects. Air Force judges coordinate in reviewing and awarding regional science fair competitors. These rivals are junior and senior high school students who enter the 250 fairs, represented by Chicago's Museum of Science of Industry nationally

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY S&T DIRECTORATE AT THE GUERIN HOUSE

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