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Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone or the Picture That Saved a FortuneAppleton, Victor [pseud.]enSwift, Tom (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction; Adventure and adventurers -- Juvenile fiction; Video telephone -- Juvenile fiction2003-10-01
Ted and the TelephoneBassett, Sara Ware, 1872-1968enStecher, William F. (William Frederick), 1864- [Illustrator]Inventors -- Juvenile fiction; People with disabilities -- Juvenile fiction; Telephone -- Juvenile fiction; Anarchists -- Juvenile fiction; Floods -- Juvenile fiction2007-11-02
The History of the TelephoneCasson, Herbert Newton, 1869-1951en1997-02-01
The Telephone An Account of the Phenomena of Electricity, Magnetism, and Sound, as Involved in Its ActionDolbear, A. E. (Amos Emerson), 1837-1910en2010-07-14
The Boy Inventors' Radio TelephoneBonner, Richarden2004-10-18
Masters of Space Morse, Thompson, Bell, Marconi, CartyTowers, Walter KelloggenTelegraph; Telephone2004-05-01
The Hacker Crackdown, law and disorder on the electronic frontierSterling, Bruce, 1954-enComputer crimes -- United States; Telephone -- United States -- Corrupt practices; Computer programming -- United States -- Corrupt practices1994-01-01
Little Masterpieces of Science: Invention and DiscoveryenFranklin, B. Lightning identified with electricity -- Faraday, M. Preparing the way for the electric dynamo and motor -- Henry, J. Invention of the electric telegraph -- Iles, G. The first Atlantic cables -- Bell, A. G. The invention of the telephone -- Dam, H. J. W. Photographing the unseen -- Iles, G. The wireless telegraph -- Iles, G. Electricity, what its mastery means: with a review and a prospect -- Rumford, Count (B. Thompson) Heat and motion identified -- Stephenson, G. The "Rocket" locomotive and its victory.Iles, George, 1852-1942 [Editor]2009-06-25




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