Lamb, Mr Mrs Aaron Edward 1972-10-23

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Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Lamb discuss the original and development of the metronoscope, a reading machine developed by Educational Laboratories in Brownwood.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Edward Lamb

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: October 23, 1972

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Fred Carpenter

Length: 00:46:46 (46 minutes)


Abstract

Tape 1, Side 1: Family background discusses, reviews origin and description of the metronoscope, family participation in the development of the metronoscope related, commentary on background and career, participation in the development of the metronoscope explained, evaluation of the reading instrument, difficulties in using the metronoscope mentioned, claims of unique character of the metronoscope, description of the educational laboratory in Brownwood, promotion of the metronoscope outlined


Tape 1, Side 2: American Optical's role din the laboratory examined, notes return of the patent to the Taylor family, traces recent developments of the Taylor Educational laboratories, other educational instruments listed, educational philosophy explained, criticism of IQ test



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Access Information

Original Recording Format:open reel audio tape

Recording Format Notes: digitized October 2017, Audio CD available in Reading Room

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