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Research career, and important contributions to TV and fluorescent lighting and subsequent transition to management which culminated in a stint as Director of Research for the RCA Laboratories in Princeton. Problems he had to deal with are described, including tension over the issue of how much undirected research to permit. The research atmosphere during the Depression and World War II is recalled, along with insights into Vladimir Zworykin, David Sarnoff, Irving Langmuir, and William Coolidge. Also prominently mentioned are: Booz Allen, W. R. G. Baker, John Bardeen, George H.