Study Session at Camp I, ca. 1940

Jack Hahn, pictured at the table, second from the bottom left, at a study session on molecular rearrangement.  Study groups in internment camps were led by tutors – themselves refugees – who were former teachers or professors. Camp I (Île-aux-Noix, Quebec), ca. 1940. (Jack Hahn Family Collection)

Black-and-white photograph of a group of about a dozen men looking at a chalk board. One of the men stands with a piece of chalk and points at an equation written on the board. The other men are sitting at a table, some taking notes with pen and paper.

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