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Logan Belleville Moves to MIT Radiation Lab in WW2 — 1 Comment

  1. The wonderful book-length memoir published by MIT in 1946 called “Five Years at the Radiation Laboratory” lists Logan M Belleville among its compilation of Radiation Laboratory staff members. His photo appears on p. 139 in a late-war group shot, showing he was a member of the “Receivers” Group 61. Belleville also shows up in a photo on p. 182 as a part of the British Branch of the Radiation Laboratory (BBRL), with his back toward us, hard at work in a crowded hut somewhere in the UK.

    As a student, I was taught by several Radiation Lab alumni, and later I’ve become an informal historian of the Forest Service Radio Lab. It’s great to discover their common nexus in the person of Logan Belleville.