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Caltech with Charles Richter, showing off his seismographs.
Darn that Jean. I think she's right.
Giftwrapper Herbert P. Sloan celebrates 60 years with the Macy's family. (PSN)
Yes ...my guess was Cal tech's new seismographs....but what about ...shoot couldn't think of anything else.
Jean's right, I think. It's Charles Richter, who did his seismic measurements in a house near Annandale Golf Course that Caltech sold off a few years ago. There's a great story about his housekeeper.
I think Jean's right, also. But mmmm, maybe a massive mimeograph plant.
John Flusher of the Little House Behind the Gamble House Museum showing some early Green and Green prototype toilet paper holders.
Man, you guys gave all the good answers.
Charlie Richter was always showing off his seismographs. It became a real problem. He'd show them to young girls in malls, he'd show them in church on Sundays. It became a real problem.But alas, Hiker is right. It's wrapper Herbert P. Sloan. He was known as the King of Wrap.
It was either Richter or Sloan. I'm always late.
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