Harold Webster worked at the M.I.T. Radiation Laboratory during World War II on the development of microwave wave guide mixers for radar systems. He then came to the Cornell Physics Department as a teaching assistant, majoring in experimental physics and minoring in theoretical physics and electrical engineering with Richard Feynman and Herbert Newhall. He later worked at the General Electric Research Lab in Schenectady until his retirement in 1985. Cornell University Ph.D. 1953.
From the description of Harold F. Webster notes, 1945-1953. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 123412638