When did Thomas Edison patent the first experimental electric typewriter?

Answer Thomas Alva Edison patented his design for the first experimental electric typewriter in 1872. However, Edison's design did not function as well as intended. The first working electric typewriter c... Read More »

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Who signed thomas edison's patent for the light bulb?

Thomas Edison signed his patent for the light bulb, along with his lawyer, Lemuel W. Terrell, and two witnesses: Charles H. smith and George T. Pinckney. Granted January 27, 1880, it is patent num... Read More »

What college did Thomas Edison go to?

Thomas Edison earned over 1,000 patents in the United States, opened a laboratory in 1876, invented the phonograph and developed the lighting system we know today, but he did not invent the light b... Read More »

Where did Thomas Edison live?

Thomas Edison's birthplace was Milan, Ohio. His family moved to Port Huron, Michigan when he was seven years old. Edison lived in Boston, Massachusetts and then New York City as a teenager. As an a... Read More »

What did Thomas Edison discover?

Thomas Edison discovered the universal stock ticker, the incandescent light, the phonograph, the motion picture camera, the carbon telephone transmitter and the electric pen, among other things. Th... Read More »