This record is what helped to start the music world we live in now. Thomas Alva Edisons inventions have made a HUGE impact on our world of today. This is just one of his many inventions. This record revolved on a turntable with a needle going through the grooves making the sound just like future record players would (remember those?). This round disc would play a song for just over 4 minutes at a speed of 160 RPM. The number on this song is 1538 and played the tune," I Will Love You When". It was manufactured in December of 1913.Other inventions by Edison are : the incandescent light bulb, kinetoscope, phonograph, motion picture camera and many more. He had over 1300 patents. Born in 1847 he died october 18, 1931 on the anniversary of the invention of the light bulb.
Trvia: Scientists say that you have more nightmares when your bedroom is cold. (And that's the cold truth)
Did You Know? Lobster was so plentiful in the 1800's that it was considered a
"poor mans" food. In Maine servants often wrote into their contracts that they would not be fed lobster more than two times per week.