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Images of some of the important inventors throughout history responsible for major innovations such as the printing press, the light bulb and television

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Graham Bell Featured Famous Inventors Print

Graham Bell

circa 1910: Alexander Graham Bell (1847 - 1922) a Scots-born American inventor who established the Bell Telephone Company. Bell, born in Edinburgh, worked with his father, Scottish educator Alexander Melville Bell, before emigrating to North America in 1871. In 1873 he became Professor of Vocal Phisiology at Boston University. He experimented with various devices for transmitting sound until he sent the first acoustic message to his assistant in 1875. Bell patented the telephone the next year and went on to invent the photophone and gramophone. He also founded the journal Science and invented the tetrahedral kite. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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Edisons Lab Featured Famous Inventors Print

Edisons Lab

circa 1935: A view of the upstairs of Thomas Edison's Menlo Park lab after its relocation to the Henry Ford Museum in Greenfield Village, with gas and electric light bulbs in the foreground, Dearborn, Michigan. The arrow on the vacuum pump (center) marks the site of Edison's recreation of the lighting of the incandescent bulb on October 21, 1929. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Telephone systems and distributor, wood engravings, published in 1897 Featured Famous Inventors Print

Telephone systems and distributor, wood engravings, published in 1897

Telephone systems and distributor; 1+3) Telephone by Siemens & Halske (Geramny); 2) Telephone by Alexander Graham Bell, cross section; 4) Telephone (1880) by Frederic Allen Gower (USA), 4a. closed, 4b. opened, 4c. removed sleeve with inserted iron membrane; 5) Telephone by Clement Ader (France); 6) Electromagnet system of a Telephone switchboard cabinet; 7) Telephone switchboard cabinet; 8) Front side view of a Telephone switchboard cabinet; 9) Cross section view of a Telephone switchboard cabinet. Wood engravings, published in 1897