Arthur Fry

American inventor
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Arthur Fry (born 19 August 1931)[1] is a retired American inventor and scientist. Fry was born in Minnesota and subsequently lived in Iowa and Kansas City. He received his early education in a one-room rural schoolhouse. He is known as the co-creator of the Post-it Note. In 2010, Art Fry was added into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

Arthur Fry attended the University of Minnesota, where he studied Chemical Engineering. While still a student in 1953, Arthur Fry began working for 3M in New Product Development he stayed with 3M his entire working life.

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