[Reber in 1988]
Reber in 1988. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1912]
Reber in 1912. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in front of U Tasmania telescope, 1986]
Reber in front of U Tasmania telescope, 1986. (Image courtesy "The Mercury", Hobart, Tasmania)



[Reber's antenna in Wheaton, IL]
Reber's antenna in Wheaton IL. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber chart recordings 1943]
Reber chart recordings, 1943. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1970]
Reber in 1970. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at telescope in Green Bank, 1960]
Reber at telescope in Green Bank, 1960. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber Telescope in Green Bank, 1984]
Reber Telescope in Green Bank, 1984. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber during Attu, Alaska, solar eclipse expedition, 1950]
Reber during Attu, Alaska, solar eclipse expedition, 1950. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at telescope crank in Green Bank, 1988]
Reber at the Reber telscope crank in Green Bank, 1988. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at receiver]
Reber at his receiver. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at the reconstructed Jansky antenna, 1995]
Reber at the reconstructed Jansky antenna, 1995. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania]
Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania, 2003. (Image courtesy of Dave McConnell)



[Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania]
Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania, 2003. (Image courtesy of Dave McConnell)



[Reber and Arthur C. Clarke, 1969]
Reber and Arthur C. Clarke, 1969. (Image courtesy of John Kraus estate)



[Reber's telescope in Maui, Hawaii, 1952]
Reber's telescope in Maui, Hawaii, 1952. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1937]
Reber in 1937. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1988 at OSU]
Reber lectures at Ohio State Univ., Feb. 1988. (Photo by John Kraus, courtesy of John Kraus estate.)



[Reber receiving 1931 ham radio award]
Reber (far right) receiving ham radio award, December 1931. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber unpacking equipment in Green Bank, 1995]
Reber unpacking equipment in Green Bank, 1995. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber with Big Ear at OSU, 1962]
Reber at "Big Ear," Ohio State's radio telescope, 1962. (Image courtesy of Kraus estate)



[Reber's 144m wavelength array in Tasmania]
Reber's 144m wavelength array in Tasmania. (Image courtesy of Reber estate)



[Reber pulling wire]
Reber pulling wire in Tasmania. (Image courtesy of Reber estate)



[Reber in his electric car]
Reber in his electric car, Pixie. (Image courtesy of Reber estate)






NATIONAL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY ARCHIVES

Papers of Grote Reber: Item listing

Radio Astronomy - 21 cm Development


ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorH. W. Barber
RecipientGrote Reber
Subject"lighthouse" tube development
FormatOriginal
NotesUndated; from General Electric Company
PDF Filegrra21-barber-reber-undated.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorGrote Reber
RecipientA. E. Harrison
Date of corresp11/17/1945
SubjectKlystron tubes used as amplifiers for his work on cosmic static
FormatCarbon copy
PDF Filegrra21-reber-harrison-11171945.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorEdward Barlow
RecipientGrote Reber
Date of corresp11/29/1945
SubjectBarlow answering for Harrison (GR's letter of 11/17/1945)
FormatOriginal
PDF Filegrra21-barlow-reber-11291945.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorGeneral Electric Company
RecipientNational Bureau of Standards
Date of corresp10/29/1947
SubjectDET22 UHF triode tube info
FormatOriginal
Related MaterialsFiled with letter: DET22 UHF triode tube info; supplementary conditions of sale
PDF Filegrra21-ge-nbs-10291947.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorGrote Reber
RecipientSylvania Electric Products, Inc.
Date of corresp11/19/1947
SubjectRequests information on their rocket tubes
FormatCarbon copy
Related MaterialsFiled with letter: "Design Principles of Planar Triodes"; GR's drawings; "Sylvania Rocket Tubes (Planar Triodes) Characteristics, Applications, Ratings"
PDF Filegrra21-reber-sylvania-11191947.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorGrote Reber
RecipientGeneral Electric Company
Date of corresp6/1/1949
SubjectQuestions about triode tube E1771
FormatCarbon copy
PDF Filegrra21-reber-ge-06011949.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorGeneral Electric Company
RecipientGrote Reber
Date of corresp6/10/1949
SubjectTriode tune E1771 still an experimental type; suggests other types of tubes
FormatOriginal
PDF Filegrra21-ge-reber-06101949.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorJohn L. Reinartz
RecipientGrote Reber
Date of corresp3/24/1950
SubjectReply to GR's letter of 3/21/1950 regarding the clearance between the anode and cathode of the 2-01C diode
FormatOriginal
NotesEitel McCullough Inc.
PDF Filegrra21-reinartz-reber-03241950.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorR. E. Nelson
RecipientGrote Reber
Date of corresp4/19/1950
SubjectInformation on tubes from Machlett Laboratories
FormatOriginal
Related MaterialsFiled with letter: ML-281 technical data; journal cut from Cathode Press Spring 1950 "A Ceramic Planar Power Tetrode" - R. H. Rheaume
PDF Filegrra21-nelson-reber-04191950.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorGrote Reber
RecipientMachlett Laboratories, Inc.
Date of corresp8/4/1950
SubjectRequest for summer 1950 issue of Cathode Press and a ML-280 miniature ceramic lighthouse triodet
FormatCarbon copy
Related MaterialsFiled with letter: ML-280 miniature ceramic "lighthouse" triode tentative technical data
PDF Filegrra21-reber-machlettlabs-08041950.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

ItemTypeCorrespondence
AuthorH. J. Hoffman
RecipientGrote Reber
Date of corresp8/9/1950
SubjectMachlett Lab reply to GR's letter of 8/4/1950
FormatOriginal
Related MaterialsFiled with letter: Journal cut from Cathode Press Summer 1950 "A Miniature Ceramic 'Lighthouse' Triode" by R. H. Rheaume
PDF Filegrra21-hoffman-reber-08091950.pdf
 [Range 6B Box 107]

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