9 images. Physics professor at University of California Los Angeles, 13 June 1958. Myra Schiller -- 20 years (Junior at University of California Los Angeles); Julius Sumner Miller (professor) of El Camino College, associate research physicist at University of California Los Angeles; Demonstrating principle of gyroscopic stabilizer principal of angular momentum; Fluorescent light is illuminated without wires.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Sandusky. Date: 1958-06-13. Assignment: Physics prof at UCLA. Special instructions: Monday Monday. All negs show Myra Schiller, 20, junior at UCLA (English major) and Professor Julius Sumner Miller of El Camino College, an Associate Research Physicist at UCLA. D1,2: Myra demonstrates principle of gyroscopic stabilizer. D11, 28, 12, 29, 27: Myra demonstrates principle of angular momentum. D3,4: Fluorescent light is illuminated without wires when held next to Van de Graff Electrostatic Generator capable of building up static charge of 100,000 volts".