|Series||II: Buildings and Grounds|
|Description||Formal dedication of Nuclear Energy, a major work by Henry Moore, one of Britain's leading sculptors, will take place on Saturday, December 2, 1967. The 12-foot bronze symbolic sculpture, created in England and cast in Germany, will be placed on the University of Chicago campus at the site of the now-demolished West Stands of Stagg Athletic Field. It was there on December 2, 1942 that the world's first self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction took place, an event directed by the late Nobel Prize winning physicist Enrico Fermi.|
|Subject Terms||Sculpture (Visual work) | Bronzes (Visual works) | Polishing | Bronzeworkers | Public sculpture|
|Physical Format||Photographic prints; 24.0 x 19.2 cm|
|Sculptor||Moore, Henry, 1898-1986|
|Location||University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois|
|Collection||Archival Photographic Files|
|Repository||University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center|
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