Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Tesla Broadcast Tower

Tesla Broadcast Tower. Previously published in Arthur B. Reeve, "Tesla and his Wireless Age" in Popular Electricity magazine, Popular Electricity Publishing Co., Chicago, Vol. 4, No. 2, June 1911, p. 97

Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe wireless station, located in Shoreham, New York, seen in 1904. The 187 foot (57 m) transmitting tower appears to rise from the building but actually stands on the ground behind it. Built by Tesla from 1901 to 1904 with backing from Wall Street banker J. P. Morgan.

The experimental facility was intended to be a transatlantic radiotelegraphy station and wireless power transmitter, but was never completed. The tower was torn down in 1916 but the lab building, designed by noted New York architect Stanford White remains.

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Tesla Broadcast Tower

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Tesla Broadcast Tower

Tesla Broadcast Tower image by Popular Electricity magazine, Popular Electricity Publishing Co., Chicago, Vol. 4, No. 2, June 1911, p. 97. Background image, editing, photoshop by sookietex.


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Saturday, December 02, 2017

Bergdorf Christmas Windows

Bergdorf Goodman Christmas Windows 5th avenue between 57th and 58th streets image/editing/sookietex

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The company traces its origins to 1899 when Herman Bergdorf, an immigrant from Alsace, opened a tailor shop just above Union Square in downtown Manhattan.

Edwin Goodman, a 23-year-old merchant, based in Lockport, New York, moved to New York City to work as an apprentice for Bergdorf.[2] Within two years, Goodman had raised enough money to purchase an interest in the business, which was renamed Bergdorf Goodman in 1901.


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