Physical Description: 9 folders.
Series Scope and Content Summary
The second series deals with the invention and development of the thin cathode ray tube from 1955-1996, and consists mainly
of materials from Aiken's tenure at Kaiser Electronics. This series includes retrospective materials, photographs, correspondence,
and promotional materials for commercial and military applications of the thin cathode ray tube.
Folders 8 and 10 follow the history of the thin cathode-ray tube development and subsequent improvements at Kaiser Laboratory,
including photographs of the lab and physical components. Folders 9, 11, and 12 contain a comprehensive collection of Aiken's
publications on thin tube technology. Folder 13 contains Aiken's speeches on the thin tube, while Folders 14 and 15 contain
Aiken's correspondence, mostly to magazine editors, including accompanying articles. Folder 16 contains newspaper clippings
and miscellaneous memos, reports and photographs.