Finding aid for the Matthew Luckiesh Papers


Repository: Western Reserve Historical Society
Creator: Luckiesh, Matthew
Title: Matthew Luckiesh Papers
Dates: 1887-2013
Dates: 1910-1965
Extent: 5.77 linear feet (5 containers, 26 volumes, and 2 oversize folders)
Abstract: Matthew Luckiesh (1883-1967) was an authority and pioneer in the research of light, lighting, color, vision, and seeing. Known as "the father of the Science of Seeing," he was a physicist at the Incandescent Lamp Department of the General Electric Company in Cleveland, Ohio. The collection consists of awards, booklets, a calendar, certificates, a comic book, correspondence, diplomas, directories, a dissertation, forms, a genealogy, illustrations, a license, magazine articles, manuscripts of books, newspaper articles, notebooks, notes, pamphlets, patents, programs, a radio show script, reports, research notes, research papers, scholarly articles, scrapbooks, and speeches.
MS Number MS 5171
Location: closed stacks
Language: The records are in English