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Alexander Graham Bell Family Papers

Scientist Alexander Graham Bell is best known for inventing the telephone at age 29. This exhibit from the Library of Congress details his life and works along with a huge collection of his personal sketches and letters.

Among the interesting documents is a letter from Helen Keller to Bell and an entry in Bell's notebook describing his famous first call to Dr. Watson in the next room.


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