Allyn King Foster, Jr.

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Allyn King Foster, Jr.
Born 8 March 1905(1905-03-08)
Cornwall, Litchfield Co., Connecticut
Died 17 January 1942 (36)
New York City, New York
Alma mater Colgate University (1925, B.S.); University of Chicago (1929, M.S.); Rush Medical College (1930, M.D.)
Workplace(s) St. Luke's Hospital (internship); New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Columbia University
Spouse(s) Elsa Margareta Nilsson (m. 1935)

Allyn King Foster, Jr. (March 8, 1905 - January 17, 1942) was an American physician and surgeon who reportedly worked on a "death ray" device, an alleged invention that drew some press attention after his sudden death while being held at Bellevue Hospital following what was described as a mental breakdown (during which he met briefly with Georges Lakhovsky).

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  • The Plan of the Institute for National Defense: Including the Condensed Version and the Complete Presentation of the Plan of the Institute for National Defense, the Plan for the Institute of Coordinated Science and Industry and a Letter from the Authors to Wendell L. Willkie (© Nov. 1 1940; AA 348848.)
  • New York Institute of Coordinated Science and Industry, Inc. (© Feb. 28, 1941; AA 359945.)

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