Chester Williams Rice

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Chester Williams Rice (December 16, 1888 – 1951) was an electrical engineer,[1] who was the joint inventor in 1925 of the moving coil loudspeaker along with Edward W. Kellogg.

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  1. ^ Secretary's Fourth Report. Harvard College. 1910. Born Lynn, Mass., Dec. 16, 1888. Parents Edwin Wilbur Rice, Jr., Helen Katherine Doen. School Albany Academy, Albany, ... 

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