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Title
Douglas Perham's Palo Alto residence with "Birthplace of Electronics" plaque
Creator
Tupper, Gene
Contributing Institution
History San Jose Research Library
Collection
History San Jose Online Catalog
Rights Information
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Description
First of three photographs of Douglas Perham's residence at the corner of Emerson and Channing Streets, Palo Alto, California, showing the original cottage from Emerson Street. The "Birthplace of Electronics" plaque, installed in 1957 and visible in front of the house, documents its history as the laboratory of Lee de Forest, Charles Logwood, and Herbert Van Etten between 1911-1912.
Type
image
Identifier
580A19B9-152E-4E1A-93CE-178227261716
2003-37-82a
Subject
Audion
Federal Telegraph Company--History (LCSH)
Federal Telegraph Company, 1909-1920--History (LCSH)
Historical markers--California
Houses
Laboratories
Palo Alto (Calif.)
Plaques
Poulsen Wireless Telephone and Telegraph Company
Signs (Notices)
De Forest, Lee
Perham, Douglas M
Van Etten, Herbert B
Logwood, Charles V
Elwell, C. F. (Cyril Frank)

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