EDISON'S OPEN DOOR by Alfred Tate

EDISON'S OPEN DOOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Intimate picture of the late inventor by the man who was his private secretary for eleven years. Not stressing so much Edison's career as reporting his decisions and opinions, and how his character influenced his successes and failures in business and finance. A gallery of interesting characters in these memoirs, and sidelights on events in Edison's life that are not hackneyed. Readable.

Publisher: Dutton