Brian Schwartz, Gil Nussbaum, and Richard Frankel at a protest rally

Left to right: Brian Schwartz, Gil Nussbaum, and Richard Frankel at a protest rally 'among 250 physicists that picketed the White House as six other physicists delivered a petition asking President Nixon to drop the [Anti-Ballistic Missile] ABM proposal. Signed by 1,100 physicist, the petition said the ABM system would not work, would escalate the arms race, and deprive domestic social problems of funds. The document was received by Presidential Science Adviser Lee DuBridge from Thomas Kirk of Harvard for transmittal to Nixon.', Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Schwartz Collection
Abstract/Description: Left to right: Brian Schwartz, Gil Nussbaum, and Richard Frankel at a protest rally 'among 250 physicists that picketed the White House as six other physicists delivered a petition asking President Nixon to drop the [Anti-Ballistic Missile] ABM proposal. Signed by 1,100 physicist, the petition said the ABM system would not work, would escalate the arms race, and deprive domestic social problems of funds. The document was received by Presidential Science Adviser Lee DuBridge from Thomas Kirk of Harvard for transmittal to Nixon.'
Subject(s): Full-face
Outdoors
Meetings
Portraits, Group
Schwartz, Brian B., 1938-
Frankel, Richard
Date Created: April 30, 1969
Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Schwartz Collection
Catalog ID: Schwartz Brian C1