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" I believe that in coming years by my own work and that of Dickson, Muybridge, Marie and others who will doubtless enter the field, that grand opera can be given at the Metropolitan Opera House at New York without any material change from the original,... "
Edison: His Life and Inventions - Page 537
by Frank Lewis Dyer, Thomas Commerford Martin - 1910
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Science

Science - 1895
...recorded and reproduced life size. The Kinetoscope is only a small model illustrating the present stage of progress, but with each succeeding month new possibilities are brought into view, etc., etc." The above circular, though sent to but comparatively few persons, called forth a gratifying...
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The life and inventions of Thomas Alva Edision

William Kennedy-Laurie Dickson, Antonia Dickson - Technology & Engineering - 1894 - 362 pages
...kinetoscope is only a small model, illustrating the present stage of progress, but with each succeeding mouth new possibilities are brought into view. " I believe...years, by my own work and that of Dickson, Muybridge, Marie and others who will doubtless enter the field, grand opera can be given at the Metropolitan Opera...
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The Literary World, Volume 25

Literature - 1894
...the illustrated account of Edison's new invention. In a letter from the inventor himself he says : " I believe that in coming years, by my own work and that of Dickson, Muybridge, and Marie, and others who will doubtless enter the field, that grand opera can be given at the Metropolitan...
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The American Magazine, Volume 39

Biography & Autobiography - 1895
...kineto-phonogniphic drama. Mr. Edison himself has no qualms of uncertainty on this subject. He says: "I believe that in coming years, by my own work and that of Dickson, Miiybridge, Mariť, and others who will doubtless enter the field, grand opera can be given at the...
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Science

Science - 1895
...recorded and reproduced life size. The Kinetoscope is only a small model Illustrating the present stage of progress, but with each succeeding month new possibilities are brought into view, etc., etc." The above circular, though sent to but comparatively few persons, called forth a gratifying...
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America as I Saw it: Or America Revisited

United States - 1913 - 395 pages
...and reproduced life-size. The kinetoscope is only a small model, illustrating the present stage of progress but with each succeeding month new possibilities...coming years, by my own work and that of Dickson, Muybride, Marey, and others who will doubtless enter the field, grand opera can be given at the Metropolitan...
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The Story of the Motion Picture: 65 B.C. to 1920 A.D.

Ben Jehudah Lubschez - Chronophotography - 1920 - 64 pages
...the possible development of his early idea of combining the phonograph and the moving picture said: "I believe that in coming years, by my own work and that of Muybridge, Marey and others who will doubtless enter the field, grand opera can be given at the Metropolitan...
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A History of Early Film, Volume 1

Stephen Herbert - Film criticism - 2000 - 448 pages
...and reproduced life size. The kinetoscope is only a small model, illustrating the present stage of progress, but with each succeeding month new possibilities...believe that in coming years by my own work and that of Dtckson, Muybridge, Marie and others who will doubtless enter the field, grand opera will be given...
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