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  1. After dinner speech at Pugwash, edited by John Kaar. Letter to New York Times on Health Insurance

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: 1957
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  2. Interview with Albert Rosenfeld. Memorial Hospital, Room 812

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: 1960
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  3. Interview with Alice Smith. Memorial Hospital

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: 1960
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  4. L.S. Interview from early Budapest through 1962

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: ca. 1963 May
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  5. Leo Szilard, "Bomb Stalemate." From Livingston

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: January 16, 1958
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  6. Leo Szilard: Inventor of the Atomic Bomb. George Garabedian Production

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: 1984
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  7. Memoirs dictated for Saturday Evening Post

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: 1960
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  8. After dinner speech at Pugwash, edited by John Kaar 

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: August 7, 1957
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  9. Dr. Szilard reading from "Voice of the Dolphins" 

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: between 1961 and 1964
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  10. L.S. - Dolphins. Part I

    • Collection: Leo Szilard Papers
    • Name: Szilard, Leo
    • Date: 1960
    • Format: sound recording-nonmusical
  11. Leo Szilard Papers

    • A selection of documents, photos, and audio-visual materials of the nuclear physicist and inventor Leo Szilard.
    • Access: Some items restricted
    • Creation Date: 1898-1998