Dr. Harold A. Wilson, Rice University
Dr. Harold A. Wilson was one of the original faculty members at Rice and founder of the physics department. During World War II, Wilson was one of the senior scientists to develop the atomic bomb in Chicago. He remained at Rice until 1947.
Black and white photograph of Professor Harold A. Wilson, William M. Rice Institute Physics Department.
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