Two Photographs Relating to Thomas Edison: Testing the Ediphone, the First Commercial Electric Light Station

Edison, Thomas]

Published by Underwood and Underwood n.d., New York
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Sepia photograph, about 6-by-6 inches, showing Edison with his Ediphone in 1887, the first commercial recorder of dictation. Stamped by Underwood and Underwood on the verso, likely early 20th century. WITH: Photograph of a scale model of the first commerical electric light station built in New York by Thomas Edison, 1882. Somewhat later photograph, likely late-1800s or early-1900s, faint stamp of Underwood and Underwood on the verso. Black-and-white silver gelatin print, about 7-by-6 inches. Bookseller Inventory # D4737

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Title: Two Photographs Relating to Thomas Edison: ...

Publisher: Underwood and Underwood n.d., New York

Book Condition:Near Fine