John Warfield Exhibit

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Warfield (rear) and colleague H.I. Tarpley appeared on the cover of the Summer 1954 edition of Pennsylvania State University Engineering Review. In the photo, they are working with pioneering early computing equipment.

John Warfield poses with his family in January 1970 at their Columbus, OH home.

Standing (L to R): Daniel, Nancy, John

Sitting (L to R): Thomas, Rosamond

John Warfield with his future wife, Rosamond Howe, in 1947.

In 1949, Warfield returned to Penn State College, this time as a member of the faculty, teaching Electrical Engineering. Here, he poses by the side of the road with an automobile.

In 1931, a story was published in the St. Louis Post Dispatch regarding Warfield's high intelligence and abilities.

Warfield acts a part in his high school's junior play. He can be seen standing, center rear.

This photo of Private John Warfield was taken in 1944, while stationed in Arkansas.

Soldiers of the Army Specialized Training Program pose for a photo at Penn State College in 1945. Warfield is in the second row, fourth from the left.

Warfield examines compares computer equipment with a text book at the Penn State Computer Laboratory, Spring 1954.

Warfield and colleagues pose for a group photo at a Systems Engineering Workshop in February 1971. Warfield is in the center of the front row.

Soldiers pose in an office at Camp Crowder, MO. Warfield is second from left, reclining on a table.

This 1931 formal portrait shows Warfield at age 5.