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where again he teaches deaf people
at the Clarke School for Deat Mutes, Boston Massachustets
and also the American Asylum for the Death, Hartford Connecticut
I873 Alexander Bell becomes a Professor of Elocution and Vocal Physiology
for the University of Boston
two of his death students will be of vital importance
to the invention of the phone,
having wealthy parents they get Alexander Bell into contact
with people that have money to finance his invention
Mabbel Hubbard, his future wife and daughter of the attorney Gardiner Green Hubbard
George Sanders, son of Leather business man Thomas Sanders
Alexander Bell and
ear doctor Clarence Blake
around the mechanics of
the human ear.
With the help of the phonautograph
they want to represent
the sound by graphics
in Charles William's
electrician shop in Boston
Aleaxnder Bell meets
a young electrician
Thomas Watson in the summer Alexander Bell has an idea ....
but how to make this funny idea work
some money is necessary
to finance the experiments ????
luckily there was Mabel Hubbard ..... an idea:
using dot-and-dash Morse codes
was limited to receiving and
one message at a time.
Woudn't there be
a possibility to transmit
multiple messages at the same time
over the same wire ?
of the nature of sound
gave him the idea
at the same time
his 'harmonic Telegraph'
on the Principle that
would be sent
if notes and signals differed in pitch
Alexander Bell began
next to the Post
was the current means
Mabel convinces her father Gardiner Huddard
to finance the experiment
feb 27 I875 a business venture, Bell Patent Association is signed
between Alexander Bell,
and Gardiner G Hubbard
experimenting, experimenting, experimenting
November 25 I875
a first result ....
not the invention, but
Alexander Bell and Mabel Hubbard get engaged ....
Bell's telephone patent
is widely considered
to be the most valuable patent
it was followed
by hundreds of legal suits
Phonebook of the World
was surprised to hear from a visitor of the Website
that Philipp Reis
had already presented a similar invention I5 years earlier
october 26 I86I
february I4 I876
in the US Patent Office a certain
patent n° I74 465
luckily it didn't take any longer
only 3 hours later !
a different inventor working completely independently
files another pattern related to the telephone
Alexander Bell's patent
march 7 I876
Thomas A Watson
Alexander Bell's nor Elisha Gray's
theories of the phone
were working ...
only a month later
march I0 I876 .
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'Hallo Mr Watson,
come here I want to see you'
and the phone was born ....
how could Brigitte
and many other
june 25 I877
Alexander Bell demonstrates the telephone
at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia
on july II I877
Bell marries Mabel Hubbard
they leave on
honey moon for Europe
Queen Victoria receives
fo a 'little demo'
this logo used today is a trademark of Bell Canada
july 9 I877 the Bell Phone Company
is established among the people
that had signed a partnership of interest two tears earlier
Gardiner Green Hubbard
and Thomas Watson