Classic Essays

WE HAVE in these pages discussed the tragic life stories of two great White inventors, N. B. Stubblefield and Lee De Forest. The former came to grief at the hands of Wall Street stock swindlers. The latter was bilked out of a fortune by David Sarnoff’s Radio Corporation of America. Equally disheartening…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

The inventor of television, Philo Farnsworth (pictured here with his beloved wife and collaborator Elma), is little known today, mainly because of his opposition to the machinations of Jewish mogul David Sarnoff. by Melanie M. Carroll and Kevin Alfred Strom AS WE MARK the end of analogue television…
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