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" If I hadn't sold any of mine, what would it be worth to-day ? " and after some figuring I replied: " Over four million dollars." When Mr. Edison is thinking seriously over a problem he is in the habit of pulling his right eyebrow, which he did now for... "
Edison: his life and inventions - Page 504
by Frank Lewis Dyer, Thomas Commerford Martin - 1910
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The Quarterly journal of economics, Volume 26

1912
...problems of the ore plant. A conversation relating to this phase of bis career is reported thus: We got a New York newspaper, and I called his attention...seconds. Then his face lighted up, and he said: '' Well, it 'a all gone, but we had a hell of a good time spending it." On the psychological issue, the verdict...
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The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 26

Economics - 1912
...problems of the ore plant. A conversation relating to this phase of his career is reported thus: We got a New York newspaper, and I called his attention...seconds. Then his face lighted up, and he said: " Well, it 's all gone, but we had a hell of a good time spending it." On the psychological issue, the verdict...
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The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 26

Economics - 1912
...problems of the ore plant. A conversation relating to this phase of his career is reported thus: We got a New York newspaper, and I called his attention...seconds. Then his face lighted up, and he said : " Well, it 'a all gone, but we had a hell of a good tune spending it." On the psychological issue, the verdict...
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