Papers, 1916-1948 [microform].


Papers, 1916-1948 [microform].

This collection, which was copied from the archives of the George Eastman House, includes some of Mees' significant writings on industrial research. Included are: "The Transfer to Rochester" (autobiographical sketch), n.d.; "The Organization of Industrial Scientific Research" 1916; " The Development of the Kodak Research Laboratories", n.d.; "Some Problems of Directors of Industrial Research" 1947; Autobiographical sketch (1942); "The British Research Associates" 1950; and "Cost Accounting and the Research Department."

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