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Who is Nikola Tesla? "Some Polish man," suggested Ken Daise, assistant manager of Longacre Copy Center, 80 West 40th Street. "Never heard of him," said Brij M. Bali, who runs the Bali Newsstand across...

Advancing with certainty to Greatest Triumphs. Amazing Force Wasted in Making Electric Light - Economical Conversion of Available Energy - The Oscillator, Which Will Give to Most Machines the Value of...

Some of Last Week’s Visitors - Recent Arrivals at the Hotel. Normandie-by-the-Sea, N. J., July 7 - Normandie has lost none of its old-time popularity. The hotel is nearly filled even at this early...


Nikola Tesla Develops Vacuum Tubes to Make Pictures Regardless of the Sun The art of photography will hereafter be independent of sunlight and will be relieved of the inconvenience and discomfort of...


It's a safe bet that relatively few people on Long Island have heard of Nikola Tesla , the world-shaking electrical genius whose invention of polyphase alternating current made him, more than anyone,...


Mr. Charles Wilson Price, editor of The Electrical Review, does not say that Nikola Tesla’s latest invention of a rotary engine operated by steam or gases will save most of the 30,000,000 horse power...


Says He Will Soon Be Able to Transmit Wireless Power Across Seas. Queen Isabella of Spain could not have been amazed more when Christopher Columbus told her about a new world than were the members of...
The Ideal Scientist Is Free from Delusive Sense Impression, Tesla Says. To the Editor of The New York Times: Some comments in your columns have credited me with a superficiality which is more than my...

Nikola Tesla Says the Hydroplane is Neither New Nor Practical. To the Editor of The New York Times : The science of engineering has become so positive and precise that practical results are generally...

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