- Lila Kiser and assistant operating Beta Gauge in Textiles laboratory
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- Two researchers operating Beta Gauge in North Carolina State University School of Textiles laboratory. The Beta Gauge, a product of our nuclear age, is useful in measuring the uniformity of a resin finish for a wrinkle resistant fabric. Lila Kiser looks on as assistant demonstrates.
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