George R. Harrison Net Worth

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At the moment we have a few values about net worth, income, the salary of George R. Harrison. From our readers*.
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$61’000’000. *It was submitted by Adler, 37 years old. From Harrison, Nebraska
$71’000’000. *It was submitted by Samuele Tanguay, 58 years old. From Round Mountain, Nevada



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Height, Weight

How tall is George R. Harrison? We have some values from our visitors.**You Can send your information about net worth, height, weight, etc by our submission form below.

1,76m.**It was submitted by Ringo Rickles, 20 years old. Job: (Assembler, Leather Goods Ii). From Juliette, Georgia.
1,65m.***It was submitted by Debi, 44 years old. From Tridell, Utah.
How big is George R. Harrison weight?

75kg.**It was submitted by Chrysa Meitzen, 32 years old. From Harsens Island, Michigan.
87kg.***It was submitted by Feodor Reggio, 37 years old. Job: (Blanket Washer). From Annandale On Hudson, New York.




George R. Harrison information

Birth date and age: 1898-07-14

Death date: 1979-07-27

Profession: Miscellaneous Crew
George Russell Harrison (July 14, 1898 – July 27, 1979) was an American physicist.Harrison became Professor of Experimental Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1930, and was appointed the schools Dean of Science in 1942, he also headed MITs Spectroscopy Laboratory. During World War II, he was chief of the Optics Division of the National Defense Research Committee, and later head of the Office of Field Service of the Office of Scientific Research and Development. He served as president of the Optical Society of America from 1945–46 and was awarded the Frederic Ives Medal in 1949. He was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1946 by President Harry Truman. He remained Dean of Science at MIT until his retirement in 1964.

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