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Norman Krim; Raytheon engineer, archivist helped develop hearing aids, popularize pocket radios; 98

By Kathleen McKenna
Globe Correspondent / December 18, 2011
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As a boy in the 1920s, Norman Krim was fascinated by electronics. When he became an engineer and executive at technology giant Raytheon Co., he worked to put the components of emerging technology into the hands of the kind of enterprising young boys he had once been, particularly transistors left over from one of Raytheon’s ventures.

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