Posts Tagged ‘1890’

Wheat Fields after the Rain by Vincent van Gogh dated 1890

Wheat Fields after the Rain by Vincent van Gogh dated 1890 image 1

This beautiful painting is on display at the Carnegie Museum of Art. The photographs help to show you the details related to Vincent van Gogh passion. This painting is dated 1890 and titledĀ Wheat Fields after the Rain. Details of this painting from the Carnegie Museum. Hopefully, the pictures above provides you with a different view…

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Lord Kelvin Biography

[Repubished from Cassier’s Magazine from the original article by By J.D. Cormack, B.Sc., M.I.E.E. published 1899.] AT the close of a century, unequalled in the history of the world for progress in civilisation and science, looking backward, and tracing the growth of old, the beginning and development of new sciences and the close union of…

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Thomas Edison Orange Laboratory Group Picture circa 1893

List of Orange Laboratory Staff 1 THOS. A. EDISON. 2 CH. BATCHELOR. 3 W. S. MALLORY. 4 J. F. RANDOLPH. 5 J. W. HARRIS. 6 J. OTT. 7 THOS. MAGUIRE. 8 J. W. GLADSTONE 9 CH. BROWN 10 A.Y. STEWART 11 W. MILLER 12 J.W. AYLESWORTH 13 J.T. MARSHALL 14 A.E. KENNELLY 15 P. KENNY…

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The History of the Telephone circa 1895

[as reprinted from Cassier’s magazine v. 8 May-Oct. 1895. Article by W. Clyde Jones] The telephone has become such a commonplace appliance of modern life that one seldom stops to think what a wonderful instrument it is, nor yet what a great factor it has be- come in everyday life. Like other important inventions, it…

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Profile Alexander Graham Bell circa 1895

[as reprinted from Cassier’s magazine v. 8 May-Oct. 1895] With the publication, in this number, of several articles on telephony and telegraphy, it would seem appropriate to give space also to an account, however brief, of Alexander Graham Bell, whose investigations and practical developments in the field of electrical transmission of speech have given us…

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