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Liquid transmitter

Major collection: Science & Technology
Object type: transmitter
Maker: Bell, Alexander Graham
Date made: 1876
Materials: wood
Measurements: 4 in x 4 in x 4 in
Nomenclature: communication tools and equipment - telephone receivers and transmitters
Classification: tools and equipment

Box with cone removed from inside First telephone to carry speech Other info with ID tag


Related People

thumbnail Bell, Alexander Graham
inventor; scientist; engineer; patented the first practical telephone