Edison and His Inventions: Including the Many Incidents, Anecdotes, and Interesting Particulars Connected with the Early and Late Life of the Great Inventor. Also Full Explanations of the Newly Perfected Phonograph, Telephone, Tasimeter, Electric Light, and All His Principal Discoveries ...
James Baird McClure
Rhodes and McClure Publishing Company, 1889 - Electrical engineering - 269 pages
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