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Pierre Curie: Marie Sklodoswska-Curie Museum, Warsaw, Poland;
Friedrich Reinitzer: Firmenarchiv Merck; Otto Lehmann: Deutsches
Museum;Warren Marrison: Queen's University Archives, Kingston,
Ontario; Marrison Quartz Clock: property of AT&T Archives, reprinted with
Permission of AT&T; Robert Noyce: Courtesy of Intel Corporation; John Bergey and Pulsar breadboard: Courtesy of John M. Bergey; Nick Holonyak, Jr. and laser: Nick Holonyak, Jr.; Jack Kilby and T.I. 501 LED watch: reprinted by permission of Texas
Instruments; James Fergason and Gruen/ILIXCO LCD watch: James Fergason; George Heilmeier: Thomson Consumer Electronics Inc.; Hamilton Battery Pioneers: Gift of Thomas Morgan; Ventura ad and Hamilton Battery ad: Gift of Ren Rondeau;
Integrated circuit, Beta 21 and Beta 21 module: Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA; Seiko Astron: Science and Society Picture Library, Science Museum, London; Quartz crystal: Reprinted with Permission of Citizen Watch Co.; Ironman: Timex Corporation; Accutron Tuning Fork: Courtesy of Maggie Dennis; Optel Breadboard, Optel LCD driver and watch display module, Zanoni and Goldmacher at Optel: Gift of Nunzio Luce and Louis A. Zanoni, Division of History of Technology files, Smithsonian Institution; Nunzio Luce: Courtesy of Nunzio Luce; Accutron Spaceview D: Division of the History of Technology files, Smithsonian Institution.
The following photos by Eric Long for National Museum of American History:
Pulsar watch, Seiko TV watch, Junghans and Citizen radio-controlled watches,
Pulsar calculator watch, Swatches, Nightwatch. For information on ordering
photos from the National Museum of American History, please visit the
Smithsonian's Office of Photographic Services website at http://photo2.si.edu