Series 6 - Manuscripts and publications

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UTA 1743-6


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  • 1917-1963 (Creation)

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0.13 m of textual and graphic records

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This series contains Satterly's publications arranged chronologically. Included among his many publications is The Story of the Early Days of the Extraction of Helium Gas from Natural Gas in Canada, 1915-20 [1959], a project which was initiated by McLennan during the First World War, and which Satterly worked on along with H.F. Dawes, Professor at McMaster University; E.F. Burton, Professor of Physics at the University of Toronto; John Patterson, of the Canadian Meteorological Department and graduate in Engineering from the University of Toronto; and R.J. Laing, student assistant (later Professor of Physics at the University of Alberta). Along with the copy of this work are the negatives of the plates, which were included in the publication.

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