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Catalog Number 2003-34-665
Accession number 2003-34
Parent ObjectID 2003-34-630
Object Name Program
Collection Perham Collection - Lee and Marie de Forest Papers
Title Lee de Forest honorary events programs and ephemera
Date / /
Year Range from 1939
Year Range to 1958
Description Programs, announcements from events honoring Lee de Forest:

a) Program of Lee de Forest Day, New York World's Fair 1939 (September 22, 1939) (5 copies) (see 2003-34-665a)
b) National Modern Pioneers Banquet sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers, Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the American Patent System, February 27, 1940, Waldorf Astoria, New York
c) Program for the Lee de Forest Luncheon, Los Angeles City College, May 8, 1956
d) Program for unveiling ceremony of the bronze plaque at 229 Fourth Avenue, New York, marking the fiftieth anniversary of the three-element tube (November 12, 1956); 50th anniversary of the Audion brochure by the De Forest Pioneers
e) De Forest Golden Jubilee 1956 Year Book, Veteran Wireless Operators Assocation, Inc. (see 2003-34-665b)
f) Program for the dedication ceremony of the Lee de Forest Elementary School in Council Bluffs, Iowa (May 15, 1958)
g) Signed card on the occasion of the dinner for Lee de Forest held by the VWOA, 1947
h) Invitation to testimonial dinner in honor of Lee de Forest by The De Forest Pioneers, 1952, at the Waldorf-Astoria
i) Remarks of Herbert Hoover at the dinner in honor of Lee de Forest, New York, April 8, 1952
j) Program of the De Forest Pioneers 17th Annual Dinner and Awards, February 1969
k) Program of the De Forest Pioneers 21st Annual Dinner and Dance, April 1973
l) Program from the Fifth Annual Inventors Day Program presented by the U.S. Department of Commerce Patent and Trademark Office, 6 February 1977, inducting de Forest into the Inventors Hall of Fame
Language of Material English
Level of description Folder
People de Forest, Lee
Hoover, Herbert
Subjects Events
De Forest Pioneers
Veteran Wireless Operators Association
New York World's Fair (1939-1940)
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