Bernard D. Cullity Papers
Scope and Content
Cullity's correspondence with his colleagues, former and prospective students, Notre Dame administrators, government agencies, and private corporations; research notes and reports, manuscripts of his articles and textbook and reprints of articles by others; grant applications and supporting documents; and outlines, exams, and other material relating to the courses he taught at Notre Dame.
Much of the collection documents Cullity's research on projects supported by the Atomic Energy Commission, the Office of Naval Research, and other government agencies and private corporations.
- Creation: [ca.1945]-1978.
- Cullity, B. D. (Bernard Dennis) (Person)
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Professor of metallurgical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, 1950-1978; group leader in the Manhattan project during World War II; scientific liaison officer in the US embassy in London in 1948 and 1949; author of Elements of X-ray Diffraction (Addison Wesley, 1956).
33 linear feet.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Sent by Department of Metallurgy, University of Notre Dame, 27 June 1978.
- Bernard D. Cullity Papers
- University of Notre Dame Archives
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