Richard G. Drew
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Richard Gurley Drew
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, Minnesota, where he invented both masking and cellophane tape.
Background[edit | edit source]
This often overlooked inventor had his portrait, among other overlooked American inventors Carl C. Magee, James Ritty, and Mary Anderson in a gallery at the Museum of Technology in 2077. Unfortunately the gallery has since been reduced to the frames and a placard by 2277.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Richard Gurley Drew is mentioned only in Fallout 3.
- Museum of Technology placard: "These portraits created by the renown Contemporary Artist Lincoln Myers depict some of the more overlooked American Inventors. From top to bottom, left to right: Richard G. Drew (adhesive tape, 1925), James Ritty (cash register, 1879), Carl C. Magee (parking meter, 1935), and Mary Anderson (windshield wiper, 1903)."