Edison’s Library, statue from Paris, France (Photo by Maryanne Mistretta)
A cold, snowy day in New Jersey, well spent inside the historic Thomas Edison museum in West Orange, New Jersey.
Where Edison napped in his library (Photo by Maryanne Mistretta)
Bright ideas! (Photo by Maryanne Mistretta)
Time clock for workers to punch in
One might be intimidated by a man of Edison’s genius, but he punched in and out like everyone else! How cool is that?
Mr. Edison’s elevator, used in later years (Photo by Maryanne Mistretta)
Me, going up to the music room!
Hey, Jack White, here’s the birth of the music industry!
Manufacturing plant, last standing … who knows how long this will be here.
This was my second trip to the Edison Museum, a very cool trip back in time to learn about the man of so many inventions — who was hard of hearing since childhood!
These few photos are just a tidbit of what you can see. For more information, visit: http://www.nps.gov/edis/index.htm
All photos taken by or courtesy of Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta … if you use them, PLEASE CREDIT!