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Francis H. Harlow

Physicist

Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Espanola, New Mexico,87532

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Los Alamos National Laboratory, a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in strategic science on behalf of national security, is operated by Los Alamos National Security, LLC, a team composed of Bechtel National, the University of California, The Babco...more

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Adventures in Physics and Pueblo Pottery

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By: Francis H. Harlow and Dwight P. Lanmon
Francis H. Harlow (b. 1928) is highly regarded as a leading authority on Pueblo Indian pottery, a field of study he pursued on his own after moving to New Mexico to work at Los Alamos National Laboratories as a physicist. In this memoir, Harlow describes his life growing up in Washington state, service in the US Army during World War II, college years, his fifty-year career as a physicist at LANL, his sixty-three year marriage and family, and even motorcycle riding. It was his move to the Southwest that provided the impetus for his lifelong "hobby"the study of Pueblo history and pottery.


Museum of New Mexico Press

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Francis H. Harlow
In this memoir, Harlow describes his life growing up in Washington state, service in the US Army during World War II, college years, and his fifty-year career as a physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. It was his move to the Southwest that provided the impetus for his lifelong "hobby"-the study of Pueblo history and pottery. His contributions to the field of fluid dynamics have been no less remarkable. Harlow's scientific and scholarly pursuits were augmented by his artistic talent as a painter, a skill he applied to his work in pottery and science.


Museum of New Mexico Press

www.museumofnewmexicopress.org [cached]

Francis H. Harlow
Francis H. Harlow (b. 1928) is highly regarded as a leading authority on Pueblo Indian pottery, a field of study he pursued on his own after moving to New Mexico to work as a physicist. In this memoir, Harlow describes his life growing up in Washington state, service in the US Army during World War II, college years, and his fifty-year career as a physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. It was his move to the Southwest that provided the impetus for his lifelong "hobby"-the study of Pueblo history and pottery. His contributions to the field of fluid dynamics have been no less remarkable. Harlow's scientific and scholarly pursuits were augmented by his artistic talent as a painter, a skill he applied to his work in pottery and science.


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by Francis H. Harlow & Dwight P. Lanmon
Francis H. Harlow (b. 1928) is highly regarded as a leading authority on Pueblo Indian pottery, a field of study he pursued on his own after moving to New Mexico to work at Los Alamos National Laboratories as a physicist. In this memoir, ...


Museum of New Mexico Press

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Francis H. Harlow
In this memoir, Harlow describes his life growing up in Washington state, service in the US Army during World War II, college years, and his fifty-year career as a physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. It was his move to the Southwest that provided the impetus for his lifelong “hobbyâ€�â€"the study of Pueblo history and pottery. His contributions to the field of fluid dynamics have been no less remarkable.


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