William Meggers, US physicist

William Meggers, US physicist

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Caption: William Meggers (1888-1966), US physicist, at highschool. Meggers is considered the founder of spectroscopy in the USA. In 1953, he was awarded the Elliott Cresson Medal from the Franklin Institute. Photographed in Clintonville, Wisconsin, circa 1906.

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