Adolph Lomb did not make any major discoveries or publish original works; yet his influence on early 20th century optics was monumental. Reminiscent of the wealthy princes and patrons of the Renaissance and Enlightenment periods, he advanced optics by generously supporting the field-and the Society devoted to it.
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Victoria N. Meyer, "Adolph Lomb: Patronage, Industry and Optics in Early 20th-Century America," Optics & Photonics News 24(1), 34-41 (2013)
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