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Stereo photographs by James F. Lee
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History San Jose Research Library
History San Jose Online Catalog
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Three stereo viewer photographs taken by James "Jimmie" F. Lee, who made tubes for Farnsworth. Notes on the front of the envelope read, "Photo taken about 1969-70 by Jimmie Lee - made tubes for Farnsworth. 202 Green Street San Francisco. Bldg. where Philo T. Farnsworth developed first all electronic TV. Stereo viewer." Note that the building in the photo does not appear to be 202 Green Street. The first photograph is of Sigurd Varian in front of an airplane. The second is an aerial view of the Stanford University campus. The third is an aerial view of an unidentified building, possibly a hospital. Includes Stereo Viewer by Taylor Merchant.
Black & White
Stanford University--Pictorial works (LCSH)
Aerial photographs
Stereoscopic views (LCSH)
Farnsworth Television & Radio Corporation
Farnsworth, Philo Taylor
Varian, Sigurd Fergus
Lee, James F

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