Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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Flag Autographed By Jap War Criminals
Warm Springs Home Of FDR New Shrine
lIa Hager Oeft) and Frances Barker display a Jap flag autographed by 26 war criminals now on trial in Tokyo. Flag was presented to the Union Pacific Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, by U. Co!. A.S. Kenworthy, officer in charge of guarding the prisoners.
The Georgia cottage where the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt died is now a national shrine, maintained by the state. 1. Living room, where he passed away. 2. View of terrace. 3. Front foyer. Note wheel chair, used by Mr. Roosevelt. 4. Kitchen of "the little White House."
A preview of what the public will see when the laboratory of the famous inventory, Thomas A. Edison, at Orange, N.J., is opened to the public on February 11th, his birthday. Among the inventions perfected here were motion pictures, incandescent and fluorescent lighting, phonograph, storage batteries, electric generators, hearing aids, and 1,100 others.
San Francisco businessman Ward Harris, who has been collecting relics of Edison's inventions for years, now has about 4,000 pieces. Among them are: 1. Talking doll and mechanism which reproduces phonograph impressions. 2. Early light glove with wooden base. 3. Purpose of this machine is unknown, Edison having left no data concerning it.
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