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American Swedish Historical Museum
Nobel: Celebrating a Century of the Nobel Prizes: Exhibition Catalogue
Margaretha Talerman, Robert E. Savage
Catalogue of an Exhibition at the American Swedish Historical Museum, Philadelphia, Oct. 2001. This exhibition explains who Alfred Nobel was, why he established the prizes that bear his name, & what he hoped to accomplish with them. There are six prizes in all. Five recognize people who have made great contributions in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine or physiology, literature, & economics. The sixth prize, the Peace Prize, is given to people or institutions that have furthered the cause of peace in the world. Contents: Introduction; “Alfred Nobel -- A Brief Life,” by Margaretha Talerman; “What Did Alfred Nobel Do?,” by Robert E. Savage; & Bibliography. Illustrations.
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