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April 15, 2010

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Lady Fi

That's fascinating! What a gorgeous place to spend your winters...

Joe Todd

Beautifully done. Brought back memories of being there and we both have some very similar photos. Almost all my photos from inside the lab were to dark to use. Enjoyed your post very much. Spent yesterday in Maumee,Ohio it was Grandparents day at the Grandkids school. My, things have changed since I was in the 2nd and 3rd grade LOL

donna

Nicely done post, very interesting. You've made me want to know more about Thomas Edison....something more than he invented the light bulb. You tell a good story with both your words and photos.

donna

Margot  at Joyfully Retired

Thanks for sharing you lovely tour with us. I agree with Donna - I want to know more about the Edisons. I hope someday we can visit this historical restoration.

Louise

This is fascinating. I wish I could visit too - my son would be goggle-eyed at the laboratory! Greetings from Italy via BPOTW.

Chatty Crone

Thanks for sharing with me all this information and pictures. You know what? He had learning disablities - dyslexia they think. He had all sorts of trouble in school and they thought he was dumb! He wasn't dumb - he was just a different kind of learner!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sandie

diane

A very informative post. It was interesting to go on the tour with you. Loved it.

bettyl

Wow! I had no idea about this part of Edison's life. Thanks for the info.

Alyce

I really enjoyed reading this post, and had no idea that Edison had a place in Florida. I wonder what else he would have come up with if he had lived even longer.

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