Confirmation of Sumner T. Pike To Be a Member of the Atomic Energy Commission

hearings before the United States Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Eighty-First Congress, second session, on June 29, 1950.
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Confirmation of Sumner T. Pike to be a member of the Atomic Energy Commission: hearing before the Senate section of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Congress of the United States, Eighty-first Congress, second session on the confirmation of Sumner T.

Pike to be a member of the Atomic Energy Commission. J   (Record Group ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY HEADQUARTERS RECORDS Records of MED Headquarters (Oak Ridge, TN) Records of AEC Commissioners Records of the Office of the Chairman, AEC (David :// President Harry S.

Truman has appointed David E. Lilienthal, chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority and graduate of DePauw University, to serve as chairman of the new Atomic Energy Commission. Other members of the five-member panel are: Robert Fox Bacher, a Cornell physicist who worked on the atomic bomb and is scientific consultant to Bernard M.

Baruch on the United Nations Atomic The First Atomic Power Plant Sumner T. Pike, a member of the U.S.

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Atomic Energy Commission, says an atomic power plant may be in operation by the end of gain Russian co-operation and copy of the nomination hearings on the confirmation of Lilienthal, Robert F.

Bacher, Sumner T. Pike, Lewis S. Strauss, and William W. Waymack, informational copies of other hearings are also included. VIII. Records relating to the investigation of the nomination of Allen Whitfield to be a member /Finding-Aids/Special-PIs/Joint-Committee-on-Atomic-Energy,   The U.S.

formed the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission to provide civilian control. Lilienthal was appointed chairman of the new agency in and served until Feb. 15,   The United States Atomic Energy Commission, commonly known as the AEC, was an agency of the United States government established after World War II by U.S.

Congress to foster and control the peacetime development of atomic science and technology. President Harry S. Truman signed the McMahon/Atomic Energy Act on August 1,transferring the control of atomic energy from THE PRESIDENT.

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Atomic Energy Program from military to civilian control. Carroll L. Wilson, who was shortly before made general manager of the Atomic Energy Commission, is seated to the left, and David Lilienthal, chairman of the Commission, is seated on the right; standing, left to right, Sumner T. Pike, a member of the Commission; Col.

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://   The AEC commissioners included Sumner Pike, who had been a Republican member of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Lewis Strauss--a rear admiral and New York banker.[] To astute financiers the late s signaled prospects for huge profits to be made from nuclear investments.[] Sumner T.

Pike, BowdoinPresident of the Atomic Energy Commission Kenneth B. Keating, RochesterUnited States Senator, New York; Ambassador to India; Ambassador to Israel; Brigadier General, United States Everette Lee DeGolyer, Sr.

was born on October 9,in Greensburg, Kansas, the eldest of three children born to John and Narcissa DeGolyer. He began his career in geology as a freshman at the University of Oklahoma in the fall of and spent the following summer as a field assistant for the United States Geological :// CONFIRMATION KILLED WASHINGTON, June 27—oP) —Senators today killed all chances for confirmation of Acting Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Sumner T.

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