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Ted Maiman's Ruby Laser [flyer]
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Arkin, Robert; Holo-Spectra
Date made: 1985
Materials: embossed mylar foil (white light transmission); foil
Measurements: 11 in x 8 1/2 in
Single-page glossy flyer produced by Holo-Spectra, a California repairer and reseller of lasers `active in holographic research and production'; front of flyer reads `Holo-Spectra salutes Theodore Maiman on the 25th Anniversary of the first laser, a pivotal invention of the 20th century;' hot-stamped on the front is a rainbow-colored hologram on foil showing in actual size the first laser ever produced; back of flyer gives information of the hologram, the company and their products.
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