Letter from Robert Huke, Dartmouth College, to Robert Oppenheimer, Princeton University, 23 February 1959
Dear Dr. Oppenheimer:
I thought you might be interested in seeing the cards that we have prepared as publicity for your lecture. These are mailed out to non college people in the area and are circulated to everyone associated with Dartmouth. As you see the public is invited and no admission is charged. The hall in which you will be speaking seats 1308 people. We apologize for the small size but it is the best we have available on campus.
May I urge you to have your wife accompany you to Hanover. I feel certain that she would enjoy the north country and would find Hanover a very interesting place.
Robert E. Huke,
Dartmouth College Lecture Series
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