John Galusha started working with Hubbard in Wichita in 1952, and continued working with him in Phoenix, Camden, DC, and at Saint Hill. The majority of the time, John was Ron's right-hand tech person. He was Ron's DofP and DofT, supervised the first Philadelphia Doctorate Course, as well as helped Hubbard to supervise most of the ACCs and Congresses. John was also Ron's research auditor throughout the 1950s. John worked with Ron on the research and development of many different processes and techniques, including, but not limited to, Creative Processing.
I thought I would never see this in the wild.
But here it is.