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Varian brothers, William Hansen, David Webster and John Woodyard with klystron model
Date Created and/or Issued
1937/ /
Contributing Institution
History San Jose Research Library
History San Jose Online Catalog
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Photo featured on page 137 of Jane Morgan's "Electronics in the West" with caption: "(Clockwise) Russell Varian (kneeling), Sigurd Varian, David Webster, William Hansen, John Woodyard, with early model of the klystron, revolutionary high frequency vacuum tube invented by the Varians and Hansen. Webster, head of Stanford physics department, and Woodyard, a graduate student, assisted in the development of early models."
Klystrons (LCSH)
Vacuum-tubes--History (LCSH)
Stanford University (LCSH)
Hansen, W. W. (William Webster)
Varian, Russell Harrison
Varian, Sigurd Fergus
Webster, David
Woodyard, John

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