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First Telegraph Message in Kansas City
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TitleFirst Telegraph Message in Kansas City
NotesThe first wireless telegraph message received in Kansas City was taken by an operator at the American DeForest Wireless Telegraph Company at Twelfth and Washington streets at 12: 17 o'clock this afternoon. The message was from Abraham White, president of the company, and was addressed to Lee DeForest, the inventor of the system, who is in Kansas City for the purpose of formally opening the Kansas City station.
DateSeptember/29/1904
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMounted Clipping File: Telegraphy--Wireless
Local SubjectTelegraphs
Telecommunications
Firsts
American DeForest Wireless Telegraph Company
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID102515
CONTENTdm number22124
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