Chester Williams Rice
Rice was born in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1888 and educated at The Albany Academy and Harvard College, from which he received an S.B. and an M.E.E. in 1911. He was later employed by General Electric in Schenectady, New York.
In 1925, Rice, while working for General Electric, published a paper with Edward W. Kellogg outlining an early moving coil loudspeaker. The paper also discussed a way of boosting power to amplifiers; this was incorporated in General Electric's Radiola line of radios in 1926.
Rice married Helen Currier of Lynn in 1914. They had three children, Barbara, Wilbur Burrier, and Priscilla.
- Harvard College (1921). Harvard College Class of 1910 Fourth Report. Crimson Printing Company. p. 335.
Born Lynn, Mass., Dec. 16, 1888. Parents Edwin Wilbur Rice, Jr., Helen Katherine Doen. School Albany Academy, Albany, ...
- Schoenherr, Steven E. (2001). "Rice-Kellogg". Audio Engineering Society. Retrieved September 7, 2016.
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