We have attempted to provide outstanding material directly related
to the work of Science Service held within our collections. As a function
of keeping up-to-date with our on-line research we will frequently
include additional research material concerning this collection.
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We are simply providing research material in support of the increase
and diffusion of knowledge held dear by our mission.
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Unit 7091 Science Service, Records, 1902-1965
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- containing correspondence and telegrams; drafts and final versions
of articles, books, and radio scripts; staff notes and interoffice
correspondence; published material such as pamphlets and news clippings;
photographs and drawings; advertisements and trade literature; and
other ephemera related to science news coverage and publishing
June 3, 2008, Mara Mills - Doctoral Candidate, Harvard University;
Former Lemelson Fellow, National Museum of American History "A
History of the Sound Spectrograph: Deafness, Feedback and Information
Science Service Historical Image Collection in Action
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