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    • 1957-Oct-11
    • 1955-Sep-15
    • 1982
    • 1953
    • 1987-Mar-23
    • 1961-Jan

    The photographs depict Arnold Beckman at a variety of meetings and events. Identified individuals include Arnold Beckman, P. Dodds, V. Rossetti, Robert T. Sheen, W. G. Brombacher, Taylor Fletcher, Jack Bishop, William…

    • circa 1960

    This recorder could take electronic signals coming from many different gauges, convert the signals into digital format, and then record all the data on a separate, connected device (a Flexiwriter). The large control…

    • 1957-Oct

    Arnold Beckman with George Fenniman, Charles Thomas, and unidentified individuals at an Eagle Scout dinner. Based on the décor, the photographs of Beckman and the Boy Scout were taken in Beckman's office.

    • 1950s

    Some of the portraits bear a photographer's stamp or more specific date (occasionally contradicting other prints of the same photograph).

    Dr. Arnold O. Beckman (1900-2004) invented the first commercially successful…

    • 1955

    This series of photographs documents the creation of "Success Story," which aired on KTTV and was sponsored by the Richfield Oil Corporation. One episode profiled Beckman Instruments and featured behind-the-scenes…

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    An EASE (Electronic Analog and Simulation Equipment) Computer set up in a room with some kind of graphic display monitor and printed text output.

    Beckman Instruments' analog computers were being produced by their…

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    The instrument is labeled "Beckman Data and Control System[s]." The other men in the photograph are unidentified.

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    From the Beckman Historical Collection, this unidentified photograph may have been taken at a company event at Beckman Instruments, Inc.

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    Dr. Arnold O. Beckman (1900-2004) is pictured here with his pH meter, which he invented in 1934 and which became the first commercially successful electric pH meter. Thus began a long career manufacturing scientific and…

    • circa 1960

    This recorder could take electronic signals coming from many different gauges, convert the signals into digital format, and then record all the data on a separate, connected device (a Flexiwriter). The large control…

    • 1950s

    The man and woman in this photograph with the EASE (Electronic Analog and Simulation Equipment) computer are unidentified.

    Beckman Instruments' analog computers were being produced by their Berkeley Division as early…