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Planning an Exhibition

  • Martin Harwit

Abstract

I now need to introduce several new members of the museum staff who had joined after my arrival. In one way or another each came to play an important role in formulating the exhibition of the Enola Gay.

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Atomic Bomb Film Clip Star Trek Museum Staff Research Advisory Committee 
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Notes

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