John N. Howard
of MIT, a well-known spectroscopist who
had been a member of OSA since the early
1920s, had served as editor of JOSA for
10 years and had been OSA president in
1945-46. Here we share some of his memories of optics in the roaring '20s.
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Publish Date: 01 August 2003
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