MOTAT oral history interview with Leo Hobbis

Leo Hobbis, Interviewee;  Megan Hutching, Interviewer; 

06 Aug 2015
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Maker and Role
Leo Hobbis, Interviewee
Megan Hutching, Interviewer
Production Date
06 Aug 2015
29 Sep 2015
Oral history interview with Leo Hobbis containing biographical information, his education at the University of Auckland including research for a Physics PhD degree building a Cockcroft Walton particle accelerator. Also includes information about working as an ionosphere observer at Campbell Island and work with the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Agency and its successor agencies.
Physical Description
1 sound disc (ca. 211 minutes) : digital
Current Rights
All rights reserved
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Leo Hobbis et al. 06 Aug 2015
29 Sep 2015. MOTAT oral history interview with Leo Hobbis, 15-5162. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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