Baldwin, Ralph Belknap. Highlighted story of a long and unusual life, 1998

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Abstract/Description: An autobiography of Baldwin's life in which he discusses his ancestory, family life, education at the University of Michigan, his work during World War II on proximity fuzes at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, his research and mapping of the face of the moon, his work in the family business, and science and its relationship to philosophy, religion, and politics.
Subject(s): Baldwin, Ralph Belknap, 1912-
Johns Hopkins University. Applied Physics Laboratory.
University of Michigan
Moon -- Maps
Moon -- Research
Proximity fuzes -- History
Philosophy and science
Religion and science
World War, 1939-1945