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English: Official portrait of J. Robert Oppenheimer, first director of Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Français : Le portrait officiel de Robert Oppenheimer, alors premier directeur du Laboratoire national de Los Alamos.
Date circa 1944
Source Taken from a Los Alamos publication (Los Alamos: Beginning of an era, 1943-1945, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, 1986.).
Author Department of Energy, Office of Public Affairs


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