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General Electric "Thomson" voltmeter

General Electric "Thomson" voltmeter

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Description (Brief)
General Electric "Thomson" voltmeter (patented Sept. 28, 1897), manufactured by General Electric No.41669. In wooden carrying case, without strap.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Voltmeter
maker
General Electric Company
Physical Description
wood (case material)
ID Number
EM.314898
catalog number
314898
accession number
212171
Credit Line
Gift of Hilda P. Munroe
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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