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Chester W. Rice, like his father, was a gifted engineer and manager for the General Electric Corporation. In the 1920s, the younger Rice lived in Schenectady, New York, in a leafy, green part of town known as the GE Realty Plot — a cluster of three-story mansions owned by GE executives. Some of these homes had more than six fireplaces, while others had their own ballrooms. Chester Rice’s home had something far more practical, considering his job at GE: a fully equipped laboratory.


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