Oral history interview with H. John Caulfield, 2003 January 21.

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Caulfield, H. J. (Henry John), 1936-. Oral history interview with H. John Caulfield, 2003 January 21.

Oral history interview with H. John Caulfield, 2003 January 21.

Interview discusses Caulfield's career in holography research, his positions held in many companies, his role as the organizer of the first Gordon Research Conference on holography, and his collaboration with peers such as Dennis Gabor, Adolf Lohmann, Ralph Wuerker, and Emmett Leith .

Partial transcript (paraphrase): 8 pages.Audio recording: 1 CD (01:09:00): digital; 4-3/4 inches.

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