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Richard Drew (born 1946) is an Associated Press photo-journalist. In 2001, he took the photo entitled The Falling Man, which captured the image of a man ...

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Richard Gurley Drew (June 22, 1899 – December 14, 1980) was an American inventor who worked for Johnson and Johnson, Permacel Co., and 3M in St. Paul , ...

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Richard Drew may refer to: Richard Gurley Drew (1899–1980), inventor; Richard Drew (photographer) (born 1946), AP photographer; Richard Maxwell Drew ...

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Born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1899, Richard Gurley Drew was 22 years old and a ... In his letter of application, young Drew noted his banjo playing, his year as a ...

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Scotch tape was invented in 1930 by banjo-playing 3M engineer Richard Drew. Scotch tape was the world's first transparent adhesive tape. Drew also invented ...

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1251 Followers, 829 Following, 922 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Richard Drew (@drewpho)

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Charles Richard Drew was a physician, researcher, and surgeon who revolutionized the understanding of blood plasma -- and found a practical application for ...

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Dr. Charles Richard Drew. (1904–1950). Drew pioneered America's first large- scale blood bank during World War II. Background: Drew was born in Washington, ...