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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…

    • 1975-Nov

    The Newcomen Society encourages the study of the history of engineering and technology. One photograph is attributed to Alan Dean Walker. Identified individuals include Harold Brown, Charles Penrose, William F.…

    • 1967

    Dr. Arnold O. Beckman (1900-2004) invented the first commercially successful electric pH meter in 1934 and thus began a long career manufacturing scientific and medical instruments with National Technical Laboratories,…

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    Dr. Arnold O. Beckman (1900-2004) invented the first commercially successful electric pH meter in 1934 and thus began a long career manufacturing scientific and medical instruments with National Technical Laboratories,…

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    Dr. William F. Ballhaus, Sr. (1918-2013) was a Stanford- and Caltech-educated aeronautical engineer who assumed the presidency of Beckman Instruments in 1965. During his tenure, Ballhaus oversaw the company's shift away…

    • 1964 – 1968

    The archives' collection information describes this as an "F" award, but that is very likely an error. The President's E (Exports) Award was established in 1961 as a way for the United States' Department of Commerce to…

    • 1982

    Image includes: Arnold Beckman (center, seated); Dr. William F. Ballhaus Sr. (standing); Harry Gray (far right). The other men in this photograph are unidentified.

    • 1980

    William F. Ballhaus Sr. replaced Arnold O. Beckman as the president of Beckman Instruments, Inc. in 1965. Ballhaus shifted the company's focus from defense and scientific instruments to medical instruments.