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Beehives of Invention
Edison and His Laboratories
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Further Readings

Bryan, George S. Edison: The Man and His Work. New York. 1926.

Dickson, W. K. L. and Antonia. The Life and Inventions of Thomas Alva Edison. Piccadilly. 1894.

Dyer, Frank L., and Thomas C. Martin. Edison: His Life and Inventions. 2 vols. New York. 1910.

Ford, Henry. Edison As I Knew Him. New York. 1930.

Gelatt, Roland. The Fabulous Phonograph. New York. 1955.

Hendricks, Gordon. The Edison Motion Picture Myth. Berkeley. 1961.

Hendricks, Gordon. The Kinetoscope: America's First Commercially Successful Motion Picture Exhibitor. New York. 1966.

Jehl, Francis. Menlo Park Reminiscences. 3 vols. Dearborn. 1936.

Josephson, Matthew. Edison: A Biography. New York. 1959.

Lewis, Floyd E. The Incandescent Light. New York. 1961.

Martin, Thomas C. Forty Years of Edison Service. 1922.

Miller, Francis T. Thomas A. Edison: An Inspiring Story for Boys. Chicago. 1940.

North, Sterling. Young Thomas Edison. Boston. 1958.

Ramsaye, Terry. A Million and One Nights: A History of the Motion Picture. New York. 1926.

Read, Oliver, and Walter L. Welch. From Tin Foil to Stereo. 1959.

Rosanoff, M. A. "Edison in His Laboratory," Harpers Magazine. Sept. 1932.

Simonds, William A. Edison: His Life, His Work, His Genius. New York. 1934.

Tate, Alfred O. Edison's Open Door. New York. 1938.


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