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A STARTLING AND INCENDIARY POSSIBILITY, SUGGESTED BY MR. TESLA. In a paper which Mr. Tesla recently contributed to the pages of “The Electrical Review” he mentioned a striking possibility. He was...
A fire broke out in the basement of 33-35 South 5th Ave. (now West Broadway) and swept through the entire structure, including Tesla's laboratory, which occupied the entire fourth floor of the six...

There are no documented reasons for Tesla's relocation of his laboratory from Grand St. to 33-35 South 5th Ave. (now called West Broadway). Perhaps it was a more convenient location or provided more...

By a fire which almost completely gutted the six-story and basement building at 33 and 35 South Fifth avenue, this city, on March 13, Mr. Nikola Tesla, the electrician, lost all of the apparatus with...


All of the Electrician’s Valuable Instruments Burned. WORK OF HALF A LIFETIME GONE Firemen Unable to Save His Laboratory in South Fifth Avenue — He Loses $50,000; Gillis & Geoghegan $80,000. “I am in...


By a fire which occurred at 33 and 35 South Fifth Avenue, New York City, on the morning of March 13, Nikola Tesla, the inventor and scientist, sustained a severe loss in the total destruction of his...

Baltimore Herald A disposition prevails to view the destruction of Nikola Tesla’s electrical laboratory in New York as a great calamity. The wizard himself is described as being very much cast down...

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