In December 1962, Arnold Beckman filmed an appearance on the long-running television program Science in Action to demonstrate how some of his instruments worked.
The screen images are attributed to Juan Zec, a chemist in the Spinco Research Department; all but the largest, with Beckman's name displayed, are numbered in pencil on the reverse. The other images are attributed to Moss Photography and bear a stamp and photo number; some request that credit be given to California Academy of Sciences and Moss Photography.
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Zec, Juan, and Moss Photography. “Arnold Beckman on the Set of ‘Science in Action,’” 1962–1963. Beckman Historical Collection, Box 56, Folder 74. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/9880vr32t.
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