Manuscript/Mixed Material Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas Gleason, August 1882
About this Item
- Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas Gleason, August 1882
- Bell, Alexander Graham
- Gleason, Thomas
Created / Published
- August 1882
- - Artificial respiration
- - Vacuum jacket
- - Correspondence
Call Number/Physical Location
- Series: Subject File
- MSS51268: Folder: Artificial Respiration, 1881-1910, undated
- Alexander Graham Bell family papers, 1834-1974.
- Manuscript Division
- online text
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The letters from William H. Forbes to Alexander Graham Bell are made available here with permission from Beatrice Forbes Manz.
Correspondence from Elisha Gray to Alexander Graham Bell and specification by Elisha Gray are made available here with permission from Elisha Gray III, 672 Maple Street, Winnetka, IL 60093, Michael Gray, and Gray Atkinson.
The letters and notes from John Hitz are made available here with permission from Susan Hitz, 6 Rolling Knoll Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877.
Correspondence from William James, Alice H. James, and Margaret M. James to Alexander Graham Bell is made available here with permission from Bay James, 25 Plum Bush Downs, Newbury, Massachusetts 01951.
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Correspondence from Laura C. Redden to Alexander Graham Bell is made available here with permission from Judge Thomas McGinn Smith, 777 Marshall Street, Redwood City, CA 94063. Email: Lehuaofca@aol.com
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Chicago citation style:
Bell, Alexander Graham, and Thomas Gleason. Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas Gleason, August. August, 1882. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/magbell.13700102/.
APA citation style:
Bell, A. G. & Gleason, T. (1882) Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas Gleason, August. August. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/magbell.13700102/.
MLA citation style:
Bell, Alexander Graham, and Thomas Gleason. Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas Gleason, August. August, 1882. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/magbell.13700102/>.