Memorial Tributes

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7 Memorial Tributes NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7 Memorial Tributes Volume 7 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS Washington, D.C. 1994

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7 International Standard Book Number 0–309–05146–0 International Standard Serial Number 1075–8844 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 92–645111 Additional copies of this publication are available from: National Academy Press 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Box 285 Washington, D.C. 20055 800–624–6242 or 202–334–3313 (in the Washington Metropolitan Area) B-467 Copyright 1994 by the National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7 CONTENTS     FOREWORD   xi     ISAAC L. AUERBACH, by Jordan J. Baruch   3     WALTER C. BACHMAN, Prepared with the assistance of the NAE Membership Office Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   9     HORACE SMART "BUD" BEATTIE, by Robert M. Drake, Jr., and William Riley   13     MELVIN BOBO, by Frank E. Pickering   17     RAY H. BOUNDY, by Robert M. Nowak   21     RAYMOND F. BOYER, by Alfred E. Brown   25     JOHN VALENTINE BREAKWELL, by Richard H. Battin   29

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7     SOLOMON JAN BUCHSBAUM, by Roy W. Gould   35     DAYTON H. CLEWELL, by S. L. Meisel   41     ROBERT L. COBLE, by Merton C. Flemings   47     JOHN H. DESSAUER, by Robert J. Spinrad   51     HOWARD DAVIS EBERHART, by Boris Bresler, Egor Popov, Edward Wilson, and Alexander Scordelis   55     JAMES CORNELIUS ELMS, by Max Faget   61     JOHN S. FORREST, by John G. Anderson   65     A. PHARO GAGGE, by Henning E. von Gierke   69     FREDERICK W. GARRY, by Edward E. Hood, Jr.   75     ROBERT F. GILKESON, by J. L. Everett   81     CHARLES P. GINSBURG, Written by Peter Hammar Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   85     EDWARD L. GLASER, Prepared with the assistance of the NAE Membership Office Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   91

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7     PETER HAASEN, by Anthony Kelly   97     LAWRENCE R. HAFSTAD, Written by John D. Caplan Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   105     ALBERT C. HALL, by Laurence J. Adams   109     W. LINCOLN HAWKINS, by David W. McCall   115     JOHN F. KAHLES, by Michael Field   121     JOSEPH KESTIN, by Daniel C. Drucker   125     EDWIN HERBERT LAND, Written by Stanley H. Mervis Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   129     INGE MARTIN LYSE, by Lynn S. Beedle   135     HERBERT G. MACPHERSON, by A. M. Weinberg   143     PAUL W. MORGAN, Written by Gerard Lavin, Joe T. Rivers, John R. Schaefgen, and Stephanie L. Kwolek Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   149     ALLEN NEWELL, by Edward A. Feigenbaum   155     BRIAN O'BRIEN, Written by Walter P. Siegmund Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   161

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7     CLARKSON H. OGLESBY, by Eugene L. Grant   167     KLAUS OSWATITSCH, Written by Alfred E. Kluwick Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   171     ALFRED L. PARME, by Anton Tedesko   177     EDUARD C. PESTEL, by Frederick F. Ling   183     HENRY J. RAMEY, JR., Written by William E. Brigham Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   187     GORDON G. ROBECK, Written by James M. Symons Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   193     HENRY A. SCHADE, by Alaa E. Mansour, J. Randolph Paulling, Egor P. Popov, and John V. Wehausen   199     GALEN B. SCHUBAUER, by Hans W. Liepmann   205     RALPH A. SEBAN, by Salomon Levy   211     LEVERING SMITH, by Willis M. Hawkins and many others   215     MONROE EDWARD SPAGHT, Written by John F. Bookout Submitted by the NAE Home Secretary   223     ERIC E. SUMNER, by Solomon J. Buchsbaum   229

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7     RICHARD HENRY TATLOW III, by Wallace L. Chadwick   233     FREDERICK HENRY TODD, by William B. Morgan   237     APPENDIX,   241     ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHS,   243

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Memorial Tributes: Volume 7 FOREWORD THIS IS THE SEVENTH VOLUME in the series of Memorial Tributes issued periodically by the National Academy of Engineering to honor the deceased members and foreign associates of the Academy and to recognize their achievements. It is intended that these volumes will stand as an enduring record of the many contributions of engineers and engineering to the benefit of humankind. In most cases, the authors of the tributes are contemporaries or colleagues who had personal knowledge of the interests and the engineering accomplishments of the deceased members and foreign associates. The National Academy of Engineering is a private organization established in 1964 to share in the responsibility given the National Academy of Sciences under its congressional charter signed by President Lincoln in 1863 to examine and report on questions of science and engineering at the request of the federal government. Individuals are elected to the National Academy of Engineering on the basis of significant contributions to engineering theory and practice and to the literature of engineering or demonstrated unusual accomplishments in the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology. Simon Ostrach Home Secretary

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