Emile Berliner letter, 1928 June 6.


Emile Berliner letter, 1928 June 6.

Letter from Berliner to Harry K. Weymer of Philadelphia, Pa., informing him that he had successfully flown a helicopter in 1922.

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Berliner, Emile, 1851-1929

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Emile Berliner (1851-1929) was a prominent inventor living at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries. Overlooked by today's historians, Berliner's creative genius rivaled that of his better-known contemporaries Thomas Alva Edison and Alexander Graham Bell, and, like the works of these two inventors, Berliner's innovations helped shape the modern American way of life. Although Berliner did not invent recorded sound technology, his innovations led to i...

Weymer, Harry K.

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