Wednesday, July 10th, 10:00 am
Annapolis Junction, MD: Venue near the National Cryptologic Museum
Mel Goodman discusses his work as a cryptologist, and his new book, "National Insecurity," at an event sponsored by the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation. Goodman's talk will be held at the L-3 auditorium at the National Business Park in Annapolis Junction, MD at 1000, followed by a book signing, lunch and a tour of the National Cryptologic Museum, which is nearby.
The mission of the foundation is to educate the public about the role of cryptology in American and world history, to stimulate an interest in the field of cryptology and to commemorate those who have made major contributions to the security of the nation in this field. The foundation is working to build a state of the art museum on the site of the present museum, which is adjacent to the National Security Agency.
The only charge for members is a fee for lunch. Guests and the public are charged $45 for the program, lunch and a one year membership in the foundation. Questions can be sent to: CryptMF@aol.com
Tuesday, July 30th, 6:30 pm
New York, NY: NY Public Library, Mid-Manhattan branch
The Mid-Manhattan Library is located at 455 5th Avenue (at the corner of 40th Street and 5th Avenue). For more information contact Deborah Hirsch at