• Publisher
  • General Electric
  • Description
  • Original photograph showing Albert Einstein and Charles Steinmetz standing together. The photograph was originally taken on 23 April 1921 during a demonstration of RCA's experimental trans-oceanic communication station at New Brunswick, NJ to a group of distinguished scientists. The photograph includes a group of 19 scientists. In 1924, after Steinmetz's death, a new version of the image was created in which all the scientists were all removed... more
    Original photograph showing Albert Einstein and Charles Steinmetz standing together. The photograph was originally taken on 23 April 1921 during a demonstration of RCA's experimental trans-oceanic communication station at New Brunswick, NJ to a group of distinguished scientists. The photograph includes a group of 19 scientists. In 1924, after Steinmetz's death, a new version of the image was created in which all the scientists were all removed except for Einstein and Steinmetz. From left to right in the photograph are: First three unidentified, David Sarnoff, Thomas J. Hayden, Dr. Ernst .J. Berg, S. Benedict, Albert Einstein, John Carson, Dr. Charles Steinmetz, Dr. A. N. Goldsmith, A. Malsin, Dr. Irving Langmuir, Dr. Albert W. Hull, E. B. Pillsbury, Dr. Saul Dushman, R.H. Ranger, Dr. G. H. Campbell, Ernst F.W. Alexanderson, and C. H. Taylor. less
  • Format
  • Photograph, b&w
    still image
  • Rights
  • This digital image may be used for educational uses. Please cite as Schenectady Museum & Suits-Bueche Planetarium. Prior written permission is required for any other use of the images from the Schenectady Museum & Suits-Bueche Planetarium.