William B. Snow

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William B. Snow (San Francisco, May 16, 1903 - Oct. 5, 1968) was a sound engineer. He graduated from the Stanford University in 1923 with a B. S. degree in electrical engineering.

He worked for Bell Labs, where he made major contributions to acoustics from 1923-1940. During the Second World War, he was assistant director of the US Navy's Underwater Sound Laboratory.

Mr. Snow, a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society (AES), received its Gold Medal Award in 1968.

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In memoriam, AES Journal