Television and Me: The Memoirs of John Logie Baird
A heavily illustrated autobiography of John Logie Baird, the central figure in the invention and development of television. His memoirs are written with blunt candor and caustic wit. They cover the wild escapades of his early business career and the dramatic pioneering days of his scientific work.
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