Title and Description Page
Early Career 1
Building police transmitters. Move to National Technical Laboratories (NTL). Helipot (helical potentiometer). Description of NTL facility and co-workers. Model G and R pH meters. Howard H. Cary. Dr. Arnold O. Beckman. pH meters and water plants.
Move to New NTL Facility in South Pasadena, California 6
DU spectrophotometer. Frank Camarda. Dr. Warren Baxter. Description of production processes. Quality control.
World War II Period 9
Helipot. Model RXG. Microammeters. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Howard H. Cary. Hanford, Washington. Helipot Corporation. pH meters. Spectrophotometers. Model R. Model DU. IR-1 infrared spectrophotometer. Atomic Energy Commission. Arnold O. Beckman, Inc. Growth of NTL. Draft deferment. Importance of products to the war effort. IR-2. Departure of Howard H. Cary.
Post-War Years 16
Promotion to Supervisor. Liquid-Scintillation Radiation-type instruments. Nuclear instruments. Porterville plant. Move to Irvine, California. Reflections on changes in electronics technology. Position as supervisor of spectrophotometer testing. Management style.
Reflections on career and electronics field. Influence of transistors. Life long interest in electronics. Impressions of Howard H. Cary.