[D8106I], Letter from Manuel Gallegos to Thomas Alva Edison, October 17th, 1881

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Title

[D8106I], Letter from Manuel Gallegos to Thomas Alva Edison, October 17th, 1881

Editor's Notes

"The writer claims to have invented an automatic electrical machine, which in producing the current engenders the motion. The machine is of simple construction is regulated in its reciprocating action by an automatic regulator. Its mechanized effects can be adapted to various purposes, the machine producing a free and steady current. By means of a combination more complicated it can be constructed into an electro magnetic turbine-wheel of great power." Note for reply "Don’t believe in perpetual motion"

Date

1881-10-17

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8106-F

Microfilm ID

57:379

Document ID

D8106I

Publisher

Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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