1975 Letter Signed on International Atomic Energy Agency Letterhead Vienna Austria by American Nuclear Engineer Eli I. Goodman
(Americana - 20th Century - Nuclear Energy - International Atomic Energy Agency - Eli I. Goodman)

Vienna, Austria: Not Published, 1975. F One page, hand-written in ink on International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna letterhead; dated April 7, 1975 to friends, concerning their coming trip to Europe and where to visit: "…We have visited Budapest and enjoyed it very much. Instead of Dubrovnik you might want to consider Bulgaria. Those who are in the know around here seem to feel Jugoslavia has gotten expensive with poor service to the tourist…we can't really recommend Vienna in the summer. Another nice place you would like in Hungary is Tihany on Lake Balaton. Also in Budapest it is possible to stay in private homes rather than hotels. It is more interesting and much cheaper…" and signed "Eli & Ailene"; approx. 8 ¼" x 11 ¾" size, old fold lines, a little edge-wear, with the original canceled airmail envelope, also with the Agency imprint; Eli I. Goodman (1929 - 2005) American nuclear engineer and consultant; researcher in nuclear engineering, fuel cycle and waste disposal, computerization of complex economic calculations, domestic and international high-technology transfer. A Fellow of the American Nuclear Society; engineer at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Nuclear Science & Engineering Corporation, Westinghouse Electric Company and the U.S. Dept. of Energy, with special assignments to Tokyo, 1970-1972 and the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 1974-1978. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 23932)

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