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    Richard Feynman Autograph Manuscript on Theoretical Physics. Five sheets included, with writing on three sheets and two blank sheets, 8.5" x 11", no place; circa 1983-1984. Three page document is entitled "Conversation with Preskill", referencing physicist John Preskill. Preskill joined the Caltech faculty in 1983 where he is now the Director of the Institute for Quantum Information, and the Richard P. Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics. Composed in black ink on grid-ruled hole-punched paper, Feynman takes detailed notes with dozens of handwritten equations, summarizing the conversation in five main points.

    Condition: There is a spot of discoloration at the bottom of one page. Light creasing at the corners and minor toning throughout.

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