Close-Up Of Professor Murray Gellmann

(Original Caption) Professor Murray Gell-mann, New York-born physicist at the California Institute of Technology, was named as winner of the 1969 Nobel Prize in physics. Gell-mann, 40, shown here in a recent file photo, won the $72,400 prize for his "contribution and discoveries concerning the classification of elementary particles and their interactions." Gell-mann worked out the theoretical model of the smallest particle of matter in the universe.
(Original Caption) Professor Murray Gell-mann, New York-born physicist at the California Institute of Technology, was named as winner of the 1969 Nobel Prize in physics. Gell-mann, 40, shown here in a recent file photo, won the $72,400 prize for his "contribution and discoveries concerning the classification of elementary particles and their interactions." Gell-mann worked out the theoretical model of the smallest particle of matter in the universe.
Close-Up Of Professor Murray Gellmann
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January 01, 1900
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