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Leland I. Anderson

Articles

Tesla-International April, 1954 Vol. I, No. 3 Nearly everyone will recall the following news heading which appeared in the daly press a few weeks ago: February 1, 1954: Major Edwin H. Armstrong Dies;...

Tesla-International January, 1954 Vol. I, No. 2 & Bibliographical Supplement A Bibliography of Tesliana which the writer has prepared during several years of research appears as a supplement to this...


Tesla-International November, 1953 Vol. I, No. 1 Preface Ten years ago, on the 7th of January, 1943, Dr. Nikola Tesla died in New York City. The report of his death echoed with expressions of tribute...


In mid-January, 1900, Nikola Tesla returned to New York City after spending eight months and $100,000 building an electrical research experimental station at Colorado Springs. There, in the shadow of...

Books

This book contains the original texts of two unique proposals that Nikola Tesla offered up during his later years. In both cases, the technologies described trace their roots back to an earlier and...


First published in 1979, this is the second printing of an exhaustive annotated bibliography of writings by and about the inventor Nikola Tesla (1856-1943). The period covered is from 1884 through...


This compilation of Nikola Tesla's residences, laboratories, and offices in America was accomplished by examining collections in the following public/institutional libraries and private collections...


The surfacing of the transcript for this pre-hearing interview with Nikola Tesla by his legal counsel in 1916 resulted from an intensive search in archives of legal firms, some now defunct and others...


Nikola Tesla was born of Serbian parents at Smiljan, in the Austro-Hungarian border province of Lika, now part of Croatia, at midnight July 9-10, 1856. His father, Milutin, was a Serbian Orthodox...

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