Correspondence (1939-70) regarding Webster's interests (e.g.
Klystron Tube, compton effect), research notebooks (1916-1970) and correspondence
relating to the Physics Department during the 1940's. Also includes glass plates for
printing graphs, photographs, and maps.
David Locke Webster, professor of physics (1920-1954; emeritus, 1954-1977) and chairman
of the Physics Department at Stanford (1920-1942), was born in Boston November 6, 1888.
He recieved his B.A. (1910) and Ph.D. (1913) from Harvard University.
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