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== Images of Edison's World  ==
 
== Images of Edison's World  ==
  
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The GHN contains many images related to, or of, [[Thomas Alva Edison|Thomas A. Edison]].&nbsp; They are listed below:<br>  
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<p>The GHN contains many images related to, or of, [[Thomas Alva Edison|Thomas A. Edison]].&nbsp; They are listed below:<br> </p>
  
[[Image:Edison Submarine 0098.jpg|Edison on a submarine]]<br>  
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<p>[[Image:Thomas Edison and his original dynamo 1906.jpg|center|Thomas Edison and his original dynamo, Edison Works, Orange, N.J., U.S.A.]]</p>
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<p>[[Image:728px-Thomas Alva Edison using his dicatating machine.jpg|center|Thomas Alva Edison using his dicatating machine.jpg  Thomas Alva Edison at his desk, talking on telephone, on 1914 Sept. 8. An Edison wax cylinder dictating machine is seen to the left with several cylinder records beneath it.]]</p>
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<p>[[Image:Century Mag Thomas Alva Edison 1893.png|center|535x820px|June 1894, Century Magazine]]</p>
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Revision as of 19:54, 21 July 2010

Images of Edison's World

This page is under construction.

The GHN contains many images related to, or of, Thomas A. Edison.  They are listed below:

Edison on a submarine

Thomas Edison and his original dynamo, Edison Works, Orange, N.J., U.S.A.

Thomas Alva Edison using his dicatating machine.jpg  Thomas Alva Edison at his desk, talking on telephone, on 1914 Sept. 8. An Edison wax cylinder dictating machine is seen to the left with several cylinder records beneath it.

June 1894, Century Magazine