We crossed the San Francisco Bay from Berkeley to the Peninsula in the beginning of July 1951 with what was by then a family of six. We also arranged for a moving company to move our stuff. On arrival at our new home, the movers refused to unload our household goods until they received payment. My wife was holding our latest addition to the family, and said she could not reach her pocketbook until the movers had unloaded the crib so that she would have a place to put the baby down. This resulted in an impasse that was resolved by Adele saying, “OK, you hold the baby, and I put up the crib,” to which the mover replied by assembling the crib.


Physics Department Electron Linear Accelerator Regular Term Microwave Laboratory Dilapidated House 
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