Kudos to Alexander Graham Bell

As we walk across campus, even as we walk through the library, we constantly see students, staff and faculty alike using a common device; a cell phone.  These cell phones are made possible by the creation of the telephone, for which Alexander Graham Bell received a patent on this day in 1876.  The inventor was 29-years-old at the time, and would go on to work in field of aeronautics.  He also became a founding member of the National Geographic Society in 1888.

For more information on Alexander Graham Bell, check out our library catalog search results here.

Read more about Alexander Graham Bell at the Biography Resource Center.

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