Albert G. Richards, ’40, MS’43

Albert G. Richards
1965 photo by Duane Scheel/ © The Ann Arbor News

Richards, who studied engineering and physics and taught dentistry at U-M, invented dental technology and techniques in wide use today and was a foremost authority on dental radiography. The son of a professional photographer, he also radiographed flowers, creating unique photographs that appeared in National Geographic, Smithsonian, and other publications.

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