American Acoustical Society

After exploratory inquires by Wallace Waterfall?, Floyd Watson?, and Vern Knudsen? (pictured on the left), a group of some 40 scientists and engineers interested in acoustics met on 27 December 1928 at the Bell Telephone Laboratories? in New York, NY, to consider forming a scientific society. Plans developed rapidly and the Acoustical Society of America was formally organized and held its first meeting 10-11 May 1929 with a charter membership of about 450. Acoustical Society of America (external link)
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