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Photograph of a wartime colloquium at Los Alamos.

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Photograph of the 1946 colloquium on the Super at Los Alamos. In the front row (L-R) is Norris Bradbury, John Manley, Enrico Fermi and J.M.B. Kellogg. Behind Manley is Robert Oppenheimer, and to his left is Richard Feynman.

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