Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Isreal D. Jewett of St. Omer invented the agophone, used in a similar manner to the telephone; other Hoosier inventors and patents; Ernest Patrick of Columbus allegedly invented the tubeless television/transistor radio, Rev. Julius Nieuwland of Notre Dame, exhibit of self-measuring gas and oil pumps invented by Sylvanus Bowser of Fort Wayne
East Carolina University - Joyner Library
New York Public Library
The collection consists of portraits of African American inventors from the 19th and 20th centuries, some of whom are depicted with their inventions; and depictions of individual inventions, including patent drawings, mostly created during the 19th to mid-20th centuries -- The collection includes a portrait and a view of a relief sculpture of inventor Norbert Rillieux, and reproductions of drawings of his evaporating pan (patented 1846); a portrait of Elijah McCoy and reproductions of the patent drawings for his steam engine lubricators (1872); reproductions of the patent drawings for Granville T. Woods's induction telegraph system (1887) and electric railway (1902); and a view of Garrett A. Morgan and others posing next to a display of his traffic signal (ca. 1960s)
Monterey Public Library - Archives
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Hoosier native Josephine Garis Cochran invents the earliest form of the dishwasher
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Folder contains lists of African American inventors, what they invented, and when. One of the lists also includes patent numbers
National Library Board, Singapore
Contains brochures on the Singapore Inventors' Development Association
Wagner College - Horrmann Library
At the suggestion of Mr. A.J. Sack and Mayor Mitchell he asks Markham if he would render his "Arise Russia" and "The Man With the Hoe.".
Wagner College - Horrmann Library
Informs Markham that the Russian Committee's meeting was postponed from yesterday to today and that he would be notified of the result
Wagner College - Horrmann Library
Invites Markham to view Mr. B. Chapin's photoplay entitled "Lincoln Cycle". Would like him to write his opinion thereafter for publication