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Frederic Eugene Ives

* 1856 Litchfield (Connecticut)
+ 1937 Philadelphia


   

Frederic
                Eugene Ives

          

Frederic Eugene Ives was a U.S. inventor.
In 187478 he had charge of the photographic laboratory at Cornell University.
In 1885 he was one of the founding members of the Photographic Society of Philadelphia.
He was awarded the Franklin Institute's Elliott Cresson Medal in 1893,
the Edward Longstreth Medal in 1903, and the John Scott Medal in 1887, 1890, 1904 and 1906.
His son Herbert E. Ives was a pioneer of television and telephotography, including color facsimile.



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