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Description: This waist-up portrait photograph of Edward Teller is signed by the Hungarian-American theoretical physicist in blue ink. The image shows an aging Teller in a relaxed seated position with a pensive expression on his face.

Edward Teller (1908-2003) is known as the “father of the hydrogen bomb” and is one of the creators of the Teller-Ulam design, a technical concept behind modern thermonuclear weapons. His work with J. Robert Oppenheimer on the Manhattan Project during World War II developed the first atomic bomb.

7″ x 5″. A sticker on the verso reads: “Lawrence Livermore Laboratory University of California Graphics Division Net. No. GLP 7311-1651”. Item #A01727

Condition: Fine condition.