Thomas Edison’s Workshop

Theatlantic.com takes us through building #5 of Thomas Edison’s Workshop. The workshop is located in West Orange, New Jersey and featured nine buildings on its campus. Building number 5 is where Edison housed much of his machine shop as well as a place where he tinkered with audiovisual equipment. some of the equipment that remains include a prototype for automatic record changing device for acoustical phonographs, several Edison console radios and radio-phonographs from 1929 and examples of Edison motion picture projectors.

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Courtesy of theatlantic.com

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