These assorted photographs of Wallace Coulter span the 1940s to the 1990s. Other identified individuals include Jeanne O'Laughlin and Inez Andres, at a Barry University commencement. A photo at the American Association of Clinical Chemists may date to 1992, based on the photographer, rather than the copyright date listed.
Wallace H. Coulter (1913-1998) enumerated the Coulter Principle for counting and sizing particles suspended in a fluid. He patented the Coulter Counter for blood cell analysis in 1953 and co-founded Coulter Corporation with his brother, Joseph. The corporation was acquired by Beckman Instruments in 1997.
(business card, 2012-002_1572) "Dr. Coulter - I thought you might enjoy this photo as a remembrance of Commencement '83. Helen Chapple"
(note card, 2012-002_1572) "I don't think we should use this. Wallace looks bad."
(verso, 2012-002_1571) "1940s? Wallace."
(verso, 2012-002_1572) "December 21, 1991 Mr. Wallace Coulter receives and [sic] honorary degree from Barry University. Sister Jeanne O'Laughlin, OP, President (left) and Mrs. Inez Andreas, Chairman of the Board (right)"