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The forth of four candid photos taken of Tesla at a press conference at the Hotel New Yorker July 10, 1935, his seventy-ninth birthday.
The forth of four candid photos taken of Tesla at a press conference at the Hotel New Yorker July 10, 1935, his seventy-ninth birthday.
Photo date: 
July 10th, 1935
Average: 4.9 (9 votes)
Fig. 7. — Experiment showing a coil energized by the waves of a distant oscillator and adjusted to the capacity of the body of the operator, who preserves himself from injury by maintaining a position at the nodal point, where the intense vibration is little felt — the pressure on the end of the coil towards the reader, which is illuminated by the powerful streamers, is nearly half a million volts.
Fig. 7. — Experiment showing a coil energized by the waves of a distant oscillator and adjusted to the capacity of the body of the operator, who preserves himself from injury by maintaining a position at the nodal point, where the intense vibration is little felt — the pressure on the end of the coil towards the reader, which is illuminated by the powerful streamers, is nearly half a million volts.
Average: 5 (4 votes)
A forgotten man in the electrical age that owed him everything, he lived in obscurity.
A forgotten man in the electrical age that owed him everything, he lived in obscurity.
Average: 4.2 (5 votes)
Tesla's letterhead featuring the World Wireless System.
Tesla's letterhead featuring the World Wireless System.
Average: 5 (3 votes)
"See!" exclaimed Tesla. "How beautifully it works! Watch me put it into reverse ... Watch it. It is not marvelous how it goes both ways?" But his friend saw nothing.
"See!" exclaimed Tesla. "How beautifully it works! Watch me put it into reverse ... Watch it. It is not marvelous how it goes both ways?" But his friend saw nothing.
Average: 2.7 (3 votes)
A 200-horse-power high pressure turbine. This view shows one complete high pressure unit, with the steam throttle above, and below it the reversing valve and the compact turbine. Note the many gauges used in the tests.
A 200-horse-power high pressure turbine. This view shows one complete high pressure unit, with the steam throttle above, and below it the reversing valve and the compact turbine. Note the many gauges used in the tests.
Average: 4 (4 votes)
Tesla with an unidentified woman.
Tesla with an unidentified woman.
Photo date: 
1900
Average: 4.3 (15 votes)
Tesla's air-friction speedometer manufactured by the Waltham Company.
Tesla's air-friction speedometer manufactured by the Waltham Company.
Average: 4.3 (8 votes)
The Tesla stamp on the cover designed by D.K. Stone.
The Tesla stamp on the cover designed by D.K. Stone.
Photo date: 
September 21st, 1983
Average: 5 (3 votes)
Scientific American magazine with Tesla electro-static article.
Scientific American magazine with Tesla electro-static article.
Photo date: 
March, 1934
Average: 3 (2 votes)

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