Alexander Graham Bell

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United States inventor (born in Scotland) of the telephone (1847-1922)

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Alexander Graham Bell was a Scottish-born American scientist who is credited with the invention and the patenting of the telephone.
Along with several other young performers, the students at the school for the deaf convincingly captured the typical speech frailties that Alexander Graham Bell, strongly sung by baritone Geoffrey Sirett, was invited to cure.
The denizens and regular visitors included Presidents and members of Congress, diplomats both American and foreign, Alexander Graham Bell, the DuPonts, Mark Twain, and some members of the Hearst family, among many others.
Alexander Graham Bell not only developed and built the first telephone system, but went on to invent the photophone, which transmitted words along a beam of light; similar to mobile phone technology used today 100 years later!
Speaking to his assistant, inventor Alexander Graham Bell said: "Mr Watson, come here, I want to see you." 1886: The first Crufts Dog Show to be held in London was organised by Charles Cruft, general manager of a dog biscuit firm.
Alexander Graham Bell saw the phone as an intrusion and refused to have one in his study.
This is the first audio recovered from the inventor, in which you can clearly hear ( Bell say , "In witness whereof -- hear my voice, Alexander Graham Bell."
London, Jan 20 ( ANI ): The letter which Alexander Graham Bell wrote to his parents in 1878, which includes rare and elaborate drawings of the telephone he invented has been sold for more than 92,000 dollars, an auctioneer claimed.
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL, the inventor of the telephone, never telephoned his wife or mother because they were both deaf.
He traces such events as the abolitionist movement of the 1850s, the Back Bay project, Irish immigration and annexation of other cities, contributions to the Union cause during the Civil War, the Great Fire of 1872 and subsequent rebuilding of downtown, Alexander Graham Bell's first telephone transmission in 1876, and the opening of America's first subway station there in 1897.
Dorward UE, indicated "we are starting a regular new section highlighting famous sons and daughters of the United Empire Loyalists." The Spring 1990 issue featured articles about Alexander Graham Bell UE, Simon Fraser UE and Thomas Alva Edison UE.
Alexander Graham Bell made the first long-distance call from New York to Chicago in 1892.
Alexander Graham Bell, Casey Baldwin, Thomas Selfridge, John Alexander Douglas McCurdy and Glenn Curtiss formed the Aerial Experiment Association.
I sometimes wonder what Alexander Graham Bell, Would think of our latest tiny talking cell.
The murals, by artist Dean Cornwell, date to the 1940s, and were created for the space to mark the fact that so much of Alexander Graham Bell's pioneering research and work in telephony was done in Boston.
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