Intro. by Alexander Hollaender, Director, Biology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Philadelphia: Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, (1950). Small 4to. Wraps. 210 p. Reprinted from Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology, Volume 35, Supplement 1, June 1950. With a card reading "Compliments of Alexander Hollaender" laid in. 
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Delavan, Wis.: Self-published, ca. late-1940s. 3 1/4 x 6 in. Six-page leaflet. "Whoever controls the atom bomb controls the world...Rightfully, the atom bomb belongs to the United States Army but the United States Army does not control it... Bernard Baruch, the enigmatic Jew who has been a secret and Rasputin-like..... 
Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1955. 8vo. Wraps. iii, 33 p. Allegation of involvement of Communists within the Signal Corps with the Rosenberg Case. The three Democratic members of the Subcommittee disclaim any responsibility for this report. Robert F. Kennedy was Chief Counsel for the Committee. Joseph McCarthy was its..... 
Foreword by Bertrand Russell. New York: Greenberg, 1957. 12mo. 160 p. 1st American ed. "What radiation did to us as a result of the nuclear tests in the 1950s. Covers bone cancer, leukemia, genetic effects, accumulation of radioactivity by plants and animals" - Grant Burns, "The Atomic Papers"