John Donat Photographs of New Building: 1962 Picture 1. Department entrance Picture 2. Physics Museum and research room Picture 3. First year Honours students at work in their laboratory. 6th floor Picture 4. The Physics Museum, used as a meeting place for staff, technicians and research students, and also as a public art gallery. Picture 5. The Main Workshop. Mr John Weston, Mr Arthur Waddington, Mr R. Lynn [probably] and Mr Eddie Dearman. Picture 6. Physics Lecture Theatre Picture 7. Spiral staircase bought from old building (East Wing) where it connected two floors on which the department was sited before 1960. Picture 8. Liquefier and compressor room. Mr Wally Eagers Picture 9. A view of the astrophysics laboratory on the roof, showing one of the telescopes. Picture 10. Physics Building looking from North East Picture 11. The Topolski mural painted in the North staircase of the research wing. Picture 12. Typical service shelf with panel removed to show the arrangement of the pipework. Picture 13. Entrance hall showing sketch by Leonardo. Picture 14. A research student carrying out an experiment in low-temperature physics. Sid Stone. Picture 15. A member of staff making a measurement in X-ray crystallography. Dr Frank Neale. Picture 16. Physics library. Picture 17. A combined staff room and laboratory. Picture 18. The Physics Building from the East. Picture 19. View from the sixth floor. Picture 20. Prcession orbit of an electron tile pattern on the front of the Physics Building. Picture 21. Peoples Palace, Clocktower and Physics Building. Picture 22. Physics main entrance. Picture 23. Entrance hall.