A group of Nobel Laureates and their wives, photographed in front of the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, after their arrival for the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony, 1 June 1920. Back row, from left: Fritz Haber, 1918 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry; Charles Glover Barkla, 1917 Nobel Laureate in Physics; Max Planck, 1918 Nobel Laureate in Physics; Richard Willstätter, 1915 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry; Johannes Stark, 1919 Nobel Laureate in Physics; and Max von Laue, 1914 Nobel Laureate in Physics.
From SF Veckorevy 1920-06-07.
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