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(New page: ''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' Alexander Graham Bell On 14 February 1876 [[Alexa...)
 
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''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:0588 Alexander G. Bell, 1876.jpg|thumb|center|Alexander Graham Bell]] On 14 February 1876 [[Alexander Graham Bell|Alexander Graham Bell]] filed for a patent on a device for the electrical transmission of speech (issued 7 March 1876). A few hours later that afternoon, Elisha Gray filed a patent caveat for a speaking telephone. All ensuing court battles were eventually resolved in Bell's favor.
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'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:0588 Alexander G. Bell, 1876.jpg|thumb|center|Alexander Graham Bell]] On 14 February 1876 [[Alexander Graham Bell|Alexander Graham Bell]] filed for a patent on a device for the electrical transmission of speech (issued 7 March 1876). A few hours later that afternoon, Elisha Gray filed a patent caveat for a speaking telephone. All ensuing court battles were eventually resolved in Bell's favor.

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Alexander Graham Bell
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On 14 February 1876 Alexander Graham Bell filed for a patent on a device for the electrical transmission of speech (issued 7 March 1876). A few hours later that afternoon, Elisha Gray filed a patent caveat for a speaking telephone. All ensuing court battles were eventually resolved in Bell's favor.