Collection consists of research files, drafts, reprints, correspondence, as well as some computer media & audiovisual materials.
Stanley Hanna earned an A.B. from Denison University in 1941, and a Ph.D. in Physics from Johns Hopkins University in 1947.
He taught at Johns Hopkins until 1955, when he left to work at Argonne National Laboratory. Hanna remained at Argonne National
Laboratory until becoming a Professor of Physics at Stanford University in 1963. Hanna died December 27, 2012.
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