Genius at Work: Images of Alexander Graham Bell
Nimbus, 1991 - Indians of North America Maritime Provinces History - 192 pages
In 1885, nine years after his invention of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell and his wife built a house and laboratory in Nova Scotia, where they summered for the next thirty-seven years. In Genius at Work, Eber weaves together the reminiscences of neighbours with excerpts from family journals, diaries, and letters, and creates an engaging account of this energetic, exuberant, and occasionally eccentric man. Equally fascinating are the photographs that document his work and family. Together with the text, they shed new light on the career and character of this great inventor.
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