Collection of historical physics instruments, Case Western Reserve University
Descriptions, photos, and short video clips of apparatus collected and used for research in musical acoustics by Dayton C. Miller (head of the Case School of Applied Science, Physics Department), 1890-1920.
The collection's website "Collection of Antique Physics Instruments" was created by Brian Tinker, BSc 2006, as part of his physics major senior project; faculty advisor William Fickinger.
The website content is republished here with the kind permission of Case Western Reserve University and William Fickinger, Prof Emeritus of Physics.
Photo: Tuning forks and Helmholtz resonators, picture by Brian Tinker.
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