Papers of Gerald Woodrow Johnson, physicist and specialist in the fields of nuclear policy and atomic energy. The papers contain
subject files on a range of nuclear issues; writings by Johnson, especially
Nuclear Weapons Test Bans: A History; correspondence with prominent figures in government, the military, and nuclear research; materials from the SALT I and SALT
II negotiations; teaching materials; and photographs of nuclear tests and international meetings on arms control.
Gerald Woodrow Johnson was born in Spangle, Washington, in 1917. He graduated from Washington State College in 1937, received
the M.S. degree from the same college in 1939, and was awarded a Ph.D. in physics from the University of California, Berkeley,
17.6 Linear feet
(45 archives boxes)
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