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Susan Fourtané
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It looks like a chemistry set
Susan Fourtané   11/9/2014 6:54:45 AM

The radio transmitter looks as if it would have been taken from a chemistry lab. :D 

How interesting the story behind that old telegraph and what a beautiful piece of wooden art it is.

The 1800s were revolutionary in terms of innovation and invention of technologies that changed the world of communications at the time; and served as the pillars to many of today's technologies as well. Fascinating.

This section of the Science Museums demands a visit. :)   


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