Lynn Mowat papers relating to invention of television
Scope and Contents note
The Lynn Mowat papers consist of newspaper clippings relating to the success of Philo Farnsworth and the development of the television tube. The majority of the collection is correspondence between Lynn Mowat and one of his most devoted friends, George Everson. Everson was the vice president of Farnsworth Television Inc. and much of the correspondence relates to the financial and technical endeavors in perfecting the television tube. Information regarding Philo Farnworth is included.
- Mowat, Lynn (Person)
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It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from Lynn Mowat papers relating to invention of television must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.
Lynn Mowat was born 29 August 1894 in Oregon. He was a supporter of Philo Farnsworth and the development of the television and television tube. He was a highly favored friend of George Everson, the vice president of Farnsworth Television Inc. He died 9 July 1976.
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The Lynn Mowat papers consist of newspaper clippings and correspondence relating to Philo Farnsworth and the development of the television tube. Most of the correspondence is between George Everson, the vice president of Farnsworth Television Inc., and Lynn Mowat.
Custodial History note
Donated by Lois Mowat in 1983.
Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Donated; Lois Mowat; 1983.
20th Century Western and Mormon Americana because Lynn Mowat helped contribute to the cause of Phil Farnsworth, a Mormon, in developing the TV tube which greatly influenced American culture.
Processing Information note
Processed; Katie Connors, student processor; John Murphy, curator; 2008.
- Register of Lynn Mowat papers relating to invention of television
- Katie Connors, student processor, and John Murphy, curator; 2008
- 22 August 2008
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.