America's most Prolific Inventor was Thomas Alva Edison (1847 – 1931). Featured - and archivally framed & hand-wrapped with Sorvino Silk, is a 9 x 5" x 11.5" Signed Photograph of Thomas Edison.
THOMAS EDISON 9.5"X11.5" BOLDLY SIGNED PHOTO - ARCHIVALLY FRAMED WITH HAND-WRAPPED SORVINO SILK
A VIVID CLOSE-UP OF THE ABOVE SIGNATURE - OF THOMAS EDISON
Edison was a Genius in the practical application of scientific principle and is considered perhaps the Greatest Productive Inventor of All–Time. Thomas Edison's formal education was limited to almost nothing. But rather like Abraham Lincoln, there was a Genius always lurking within. And in total truth, Edison was a self-made man.
THOMAS EDISON - AMERICAN - A MAN POSSESSED WITH EXTRAORDINARY GENIUS
Edison was perhaps most notably known for the Invention of the phonograph and the incandescent illuminating bulb. Edison's other Inventions included the alkaline storage battery and a system of telegraphy for communicating with moving trains. Edison's northern Laboratory was based in West Orange, New Jersey, although he also had a smaller one in Fort Myers, Florida. There Edison joined other Great Americans, Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone; as they sometimes saw each other as they winter vacationed in Fort Myer, Florida.
THOMAS EDISON - PROLIFIC INVENTOR - AT WORK
Edison's various companies ultimately merged to form the Edison General Electric Company - now known as The General Electric Company. During Thomas Edison's Extraordinary lifetime he was Granted well over 1000 Patents - A record that stands until this day.
THOMAS EDISON - AN AMERICAN GENIUS ON VACATION IN FLORIDA
Although available for purchase soon, this near Mint Condition Signed example of Thomas Alva Edison, has been, for 25 years, in The Raleigh DeGeer Amyx Collection (a.k.a.) The American Heritage Collection.
HISTORIAN & COLLECTOR - RALEIGH DEGEER AMYX - 2010