TESTING THEORIES: EDISON’S SCORECARD

When part of your daily routine is to sift through the papers of the world’s foremost inventor, you begin to expect the unexpected. Still, it’s hard not to be surprised when you come across designs for a steam-powered snow remover or an electric cigar lighter or at times a surrealistic poem in the unmistakable handwriting of the great man himself—Thomas A. Edison.  But perhaps the most surprising and enigmatic document of all is what we at the Thomas A. Edison Papers dubbed “The Scorecard.”

Click here to read more from Daniel Weeks post on “Unexpected America” at Johns Hopkins Press.07.19.16-Weeks-Edison Scorecard.3a.

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