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“An “atomic playground” where children can learn about nuclear fission, and a nuclear reactor which can be used by university professors to perform experiments are to become part of a $7,500,000 science museum at the 1964-65 World’s Fair site in Flushing Meadow Park.”

“Robert C. Reiley, executive officer of the Hall of Science said that the equipment in the Nuclear Science Center would be of the kind not normally found in college or university laboratories and that professors would be allowed to use it, under supervision, for experiments.”

The article appears to be from late 1966. A hand-written notation on the reverse cites the source as Newsday.

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