Early Telephone Apparatus
Description:
"Mr. Watson, come here; I want you!" These historic words, the first articulate sentence ever spoken over an electric telephone, were uttered by Alexander Graham Bell when he spilled on his clothes some sulfuric acid which was part of the transmission apparatus. It was the night of March 10, 1876. The receiver was a tuned reed. Reproduction marked serial number LT 273, Historical Replica, made by Columbine Machine Shop, 1835 South Acoma street, Denver, Colorado, 80223
Title:
Liquid transmitter
Date:
1876
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