Dwight Eisenhower Congratulates Dr. Hideki Yukawa

(Original Caption) General Dwight D. Eisenhower (left), President of Columbia University, congratulates Dr. Hideki Yukawa, Visiting Professor at Columbia from Kyoto University in Japan, after the Japanese physicist won the 1949 Nobel Prize for Physics, Nov. 3. At right is Columbia Vice-President George B. Pegram, who was a pioneer in atomic research at Columbia during World War II. Yukawa is the first Asian to win a Nobel Prize.
(Original Caption) General Dwight D. Eisenhower (left), President of Columbia University, congratulates Dr. Hideki Yukawa, Visiting Professor at Columbia from Kyoto University in Japan, after the Japanese physicist won the 1949 Nobel Prize for Physics, Nov. 3. At right is Columbia Vice-President George B. Pegram, who was a pioneer in atomic research at Columbia during World War II. Yukawa is the first Asian to win a Nobel Prize.
Dwight Eisenhower Congratulates Dr. Hideki Yukawa
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