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Text:"...MONDAY EVENIXd Crffiune OCTOBER 19. 1931 'GREAT INVENTOR. GREATER SAYS HENRY FORD World's Progress Aided by Many Edison Inventions THOMASALVAEDISON! and ease to miliioas of people dl contributions..."
Date:Oct 19 1931
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... and Left Another By SAMUEL ties cells I belitic Press at uiPtiqael a man dies thts swaim I WEST ORANGE Oct 19i bodgoes o t mto ThomasAlvaEdison robbed nature of i sfca ou e i eio into ui I many isecreU..."
Date:Oct 19 1931
Publication:Carbondale, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... to the treatment by Edison,. Jr.; the laboratory of Edison, Jr., and his motives In offering this article for sale." Another feature in the case was the facsimile of the signature of ThomasAlvaEdison, Sr..."
Date:Oct 5 1904
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...-the-world dash and that the fliers merely were "coming home." du� toer receive medical atten- p^fo^ a) West Orange. N. J.. Aug. 3 (j?)-- ThomasAlvaEdison, fighting a complication of diseases, showed more..."
Date:Aug 4 1931
Publication:Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... presiding elder district Ideals for Christian 3 W M Pearce presiding elder bock district Administering Young ThomasAlvaEdison mi announced yesterday Tuttle of Ban man The plan Alva Edison the national..."
Date:May 31 1936
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., and con.sequently v/orthless to •rtîc'^nouncement of death, given ■ the yourig inventor. It had scrve! to the press by Mr. Walsh, vice-president of the Thomas A. Edison industries, said; ThomasAlva -Edison..."
Date:Oct 22 1931
Publication:Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
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Text:"... in the profits from Acme of the 900 or more inventions for which ThomasAlvaEdison has been granted letters patent in the United States and in other countries, but did not embrace it. Opportunity knocked hard..."
Date:Feb 24 1916
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Manager, Consett Iron Company, limited). HERMAN ERNEST DICK, Esq., of Chicago, U.S.A., and Amberley House, Norfolk-street, Strand, London, W.C. (Representative of Mr. ThomasAlvaEdison). JAMES FRANC..."
Date:May 5 1902
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... resting place in our soil.'* said th** governor's proclaim!! ion* As soon as neighbors learned of the death of ThomasAlvaEdison, at West Orange, X. J., they came i’i motor cai'- and on foot to pay..."
Date:Oct 20 1931
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Works Manager, Consett Iron Company, Limited). HERMAN ERNEST DICK, Esq., of Chicago. U.S.A., and Ambcrlcy House, Norfolk-street, Straqd, London, W.C. (Representative of Mr. ThomasAlvaEdison). JAMES..."
Date:May 3 1902
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the summer faculty. College Official Made Leader Here For T.A. Edison Memorial Campaign Appointment of Don K. Morris, vice-president of Abilene Christian college, as local chairman of the ThomasAlvaEdison..."
Date:May 31 1936
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... at Madison school lias been studying about the life and inventions of ThomasAlvaEdison. Tho library in this grade contains a new book teiiing tho story of the opera of Hansel and Gretel. There is a Good..."
Date:Apr 1 1939
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... with the two huge atone lanterns of oriental design which he presented as a memorial from Japan to ThomasAlvaEdison Americas greatest electrical wlzaru at tbk Edl sou library and laboratory in West Orange N J..."
Date:Jan 9 1936
Publication:Cambridge City, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., is pictured with the two huge stone lanterns of oriental design which he presented, as a memorial from Japan to ThomasAlvaEdison, America’s greatest electrical wizard, at the Edison library and laboratory..."
Date:Jan 9 1936
Publication:Waunakee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... went to th afterwan RENZO SAWADA consul general of Japan Is pictured wlML the two stone lanterns of oriental design which he presented aa aj Japan to ThomasAlvaEdison Americas greatest electrical wij..."
Date:Jan 9 1936
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... presented, as a memorial from Japan to ThomasAlvaEdison, America's greatest electrical wizard, at the Edl son library and laboratory in West Orange, N. J., where the famous Inventor spent the major part..."
Date:Jan 9 1936
Publication:Oxford, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of cars the; has seen years. Over 70! were on display in every; manufactured In- the "2 J inventor as a man who liked to have people about liiui and an ardent reader of nexvspapers. ThomasAlvaEdison..."
Date:Feb 11 1927
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... of simp one and onehalf cnpfuls of cream one H Japans Homage to T A Edison orienU1 Presented from Japan to ThomasAlvaEdison A arthe Edson library and in hta fourth teaspoonfnl of salt two ta blespoonfuls..."
Date:Jan 9 1936
Publication:Ireton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... Union. Japan’s Homage to T. A. Edison RENZO SAWADA, consul general of Japan, is pictured with the two huge stone lanterns of oriental design which he presented, as a memorial from Japan to ThomasAlva..."
Date:Jan 16 1936
Publication:Shiner, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...Edison Like a Horatio Alger hero, ThomasAlvaEdison made the popular climb from newsboy to world-famed figure. But there any similarity to the traditional Alger hero ends. Unlike most "newsies..."
Date:Oct 20 1954
Publication:Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States of America