Good. McClure, J.B., ed. EDISON AND HIS INVENTIONS, Including the Many Incidents, Anecdotes, and Interesting Particulars Connected with the Early and Late Life of the Great Inventor. Also Full Explanations of the Newly Perfected Phonograph, Telephone...Chicago: Thos. W. Jackson Pub. Co., (1898). 269p., decorated cloth, illus, covers lightly worn, hinges starting, ownership stamps on front and back endpapers, good. Contains an "Electrical Dictionary and Explanations." James Baird McClure (1832-1895) was an editor and author. An early version of this work appeared in 1879.
Good. McClure, J.B., ed. EDISON AND HIS INVENTIONS, Including the Many Incidents, Anecdotes, and Interesting Particulars Connected with the Life of the Great Inventor. Chicago: Rhodes & McClure, 1879. 171p., pictorial cloth, illus, covers worn and soiled, text soiled, good. Descriptions of Edison's inventions often in the inventor's own words. James Baird McClure (1832-1895) was the editor of several books of stories, anecdotes, etc.
Very Good. No Jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Black cloth covered boards with silver lettering and illustrations, spien and corners are bumped and frayed, has a bookplate from a library. This book has incidents, anecdotes, and interesting particulars connected with the early and late life of the great inventor. It also has full explanations of the newly perfected phonograph, telephone, tasimeter, electric light, and all his principal discoveries, with copious illustrations. 286 pages.
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