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Richardson reasoned that sales of electric appliances could only succeed with the cooperation of power companies, so he convinced his employer to generate electricity all day on Tuesdays, so his irons could be used.
The 1905 iron with the "hot point" became the first commercially successful electric laundry iron, and was formally named the Hotpoint iron in 1907.
In 1969, motorcycles embodied the counter-culture youth image in the film, Easy Rider, starring Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson.
In addition to this 1960s stigma of a fringe market, Harley Davidson was suffering hard times due to competitive Japanese imports like Honda and Kawasaki. In 1975 a Windjammer motorcycle aerodynamic wind-deflector was designed and produced by Craig Vetter which set a new typeform for the ways motorcycles look. This electric iron, introduced to the market in 1905 by Earl H.
An improved version of the Gramophone, a talking machine invented by Emil Berliner (1851-1929) in 1888, and made since 1894 using a patented hard rubber disc, was introduced by Berliner's US Gramophone Company.
In 1901, Berliner formed the Victor Talking Machine Company with Camden, NJ inventor Eldridge R.
The company was purchased by RCA in 1929, and they acquired rights to the trademark which was used extensively until 1968.
But because of its popular appeal, RCA, now Thomson Electronics, re-introduced it in 1990, adding a smaller canine companion, "Chipper", representing the company's semiconductor-based future in electronics.
It became known as the original "Hog." After World War II, Harley-Davidson was one of the only two surviving motorcycle manufacturers.
By 1905, a "long distance" finger hole had been added. Strowger patents presumably expired in 1914, and he or his company is never heard from again. The first US gasoline-powered auto to be produced in quantity, the 425 Runabout, was introduced by Olds Motor Works, founded in 1897 by Ransom E. Features included the first "speed meter," invented last year by a Mr. It was produced until 1907, and some were used by the US Postal Service as the first mail trucks. Chapin drove one from Detroit to New York, although there were only 200 miles of hard-surfaced roads in the US. In 1910, Durant left active management of General Motors, and founded Chevrolet.
He engaged Louis Chevrolet, a Swiss-born racing driver, to design his new car, which was introduced in 1913.
They had brought successful infringement suits against at least 600 would-be competitors.
The company had, in 1896, just introduced the "Common Battery" system, with a power source at a central exchange. Thomas set the first land speed record in its class at Daytona Beach, FL at 54.38 mph. The bullet-nosed, low design of the Pirate set the style for Indianapolis race cars, starting in 1911, for many years. Durant, a race car driver, and the first Buick appeared.