Standing (Adults) L-R: Marion Waterhouse Angell (Mrs. J.R.); James Rowland Angell; Andrew C. McLaughlin; Fanny C. Cooley. Angell (Mrs. A.C.); Alexis Caswell Angell; Sarah Caswell Angell (daughter of A.C), Lois Angell McLaughlin
Middle Row: James Waterhouse Angell (son of J.R.), Marion Angell (McAlpin) (daughter of James R.) James Burrill Angell, Isabel McLaughlin
Front Row: Constance McLaughlin (Green); Robert Cooley Angell (son of A.C.); Esther Lois McLaughlin (Donahue) David Blair McLaughlin; Rowland Hazard McLaughlin; James Burrill Angell II (son of A.C.): James Angell McLaughlin
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IMB (Irvine, Michigan, Brookline), a collaboration between the University of Michigan, the University of California at Irvine, and the U.S. Department of Energy, was an experiment designed to determine the ultimate stability of matter. Jack Vander Velde in Morton Salt mine (site of IMB experiment). Standing on top of liner, supported by water beneath. In the background are portholes for inserting equipment into the water.