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Ben Franklin flying a kite to show the electrical nature of lightning. Hand-colored woodcut
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Franklin's leyden jar experiment proving that a spark generates heat. Hand-colored woodcut
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Thomas Edison with dynamo that generated the first commercial electric light, NYC. Printed halftone
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First Edison Electric Lighting Station, Pearl Street, New York City, 1882. Printed halftone
SOCI2A-00269
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NY Herald's election returns via electricity in Madison Square, New York City, 1888. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00150
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Westinghouse Electric Company 16 candle-power incandescent lamp, 1886. Hand-colored woodcut
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Workers laying the tubes for electric wires in the streets of New York City, 1882. Hand-colored woodcut
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Levee at night illuminated with electric lights, New Orleans LA, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
USNY2A-00041
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Electric lights at Times Square, New York City, circa 1900. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
SCIN2A-00130
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Electric lights connected from underground wiring, New York City, 1889. Hand-colored woodcut
USNY2A-00067
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Madison Square illuminated by electric light for the first time, New York City, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN3A-00205
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American machine-shop interior, showing electric cranes, circa 1890.
SCIN2A-00139
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Workers testing the insulation of electric wires going in the streets of New York City, 1882. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN3A-00157
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Moving stairway installed at the 23rd Street Elevated RR Station, New York City, 1900. Printed halftone of an illustration
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Early electric car ad, the Babcock Electric Victoria Phaeton, 1907. Hand-colored halftone
HREC2A-00016
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Swimming by electric light at Coney Island, New York, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN3A-00165
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Diagram of Edison's electric lamp. Woodcut
PSCI2A-00064
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Thomas Edison in his workshop, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN3A-00192
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Edison's perfected electric lamp. Woodcut
SCIN3A-00191
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Edison's first electric lamp. Woodcut
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London street scene at night with electric lighting, about 1890. Hand-colored engraving
BUSN2A-00173
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Ad for Dr. Scott's Electric Brush promoting hair regrowth, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00297
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Columbian Exposition visitors strolling along the Midway at night, Chicago 1893. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN3A-00260
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Advertisement for the Pall-Mall Electropathic Belt as a cure for disease, London, 1880s. Woodcut
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Ladies using an electric sewing machine, circa 1890. Woodcut
PPRE2A-00136
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Bell and Newcomb using induction to locate the bullet in the wounded President Garfield, 1881. Hand-colored woodcut
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Copley Medal of the Royal Society, awarded to Ben Franklin for his discoveries in electricity. Hand-colored woodcut
PREV3A-00003
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Ben Franklin flying a kite to show the electrical nature of lightning. Woodcut
PREV3A-00091
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Franklin's leyden jar experiment proving that a spark generates heat. Woodcut
PREV3A-00188
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Benjamin Franklin's "electrical machine." Woodcut illustration drawn from the original
PREV4C-09115
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Franklin's leyden jar experiment proving that a spark generates heat. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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Benjamin Franklin's "electrical machine." 15 sec. animation of a tinted woodcut
PSCI2A-00071
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Professor Joseph Henry. Hand-colored woodcut
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Physicist James Prescott Joule. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00100
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Inventor Nikola Tesla. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00101
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Alessandro Volta. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hans Christian Oersted, who founded the study of electromagnetism. Digitally colored woodcut
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George Westinghouse, circa 1900. Photogravure reproduction of a photograph
PSCI3A-00027
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Young Thomas A. Edison portrait and autograph. Engraving
PSCI2A-00032
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Thomas Edison speaking through his perfected phonograph. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI3A-00138
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Physicist Andre-Marie Ampere. Woodcut
PSCI3A-00197
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Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz. Woodcut of a photograph
PSCI3A-00217
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Physicist Georg Simon Ohm. Woodcut
PSCI3A-00219
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Hans Christian Oersted, who founded the study of electromagnetism. Woodcut
PSCI3P-00042
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Gustav Robert Kirchhoff. Photogravure
SCIN2A-00021
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Farm family frightened by ball lightning. Hand-colored woodcut
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Dalibard testing his sentry box, or lightning rod, near Paris, 1752. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00109
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St. Elmo's fire, an electrical phenomenon, on a ship's masts. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00112
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Edison's electro-motograph, a telegraph, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2D-00001
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Portable Civil War field telegraph in working order, living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee.
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Civil War telegraph sending key in working order,living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
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Civil War field telegraph sending key in working order, living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
SOCI3A-00269
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NY Herald's election returns via electricity in Madison Square, New York City, 1888. Woodcut
TRAN2A-00005
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St. Elmo's fire frightening sailors on a sailing ship's yardarm. Hand-colored woodcut
USIL3A-00019
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Chicago's "Levee District" at night, 1890s. Printed halftone
PSCI3A-00032
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Thomas Edison speaking through his perfected phonograph. Woodcut
USGA2D-00032
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Power plant on the Georgia coast near St Simons Island
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Thomas Edison with dynamo that generated the first commercial electric light, NYC. Printed halftone
HREC2A-00032
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Woman reading by the fire in the Victorian era. Hand-colored woodcut
USNY3A-00041
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Electric lights at Times Square, New York City, circa 1900. Halftone of a photograph
USNY3A-00067
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Madison Square illuminated by electric light for the first time, New York City, 1880s. Woodcut
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Home exercise machine that simulates horseback riding, 1890s advertisement, England. Woodcut
  

   

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