I was just thumbing through some of Townsend Brown’s correspondence from the last year of his life, and found a letter he wrote to somebody named Josh Reynolds on April 4, 1984. I’m familiar with the name, as I’ve seen it before in correspondence I’ve found among Dr. Brown’s papers. I believe he and Mr. Reynolds had a mutually beneficial relationship in the final years of Dr. Brown’s life, with Mr. Reynolds offering both moral support and the offer of some material support for Dr. Brown’s final endeavors.
I have not really made any effort to find Mr. Reynolds, not having the slightest idea where to start. 20+ years ago, he worked for a company in Los Angeles called "Molecular Electronics Corp." on Century Blvd. Suite 700, to be precise. Needless to say, that company is not there any more.
So, Josh Reynolds, if you’re out there somewhere, please get in touch. You are one of the few people who had close contact with Townsend Brown during the final years of his life, and we’d like to hear whatever you can recollect about that relationship.