Portland Piano Tuner Invents View-Master® Picture System
The View-Master familiar to children for the last few decades originated in 1939. The idea was conceived by William Gruber, a Portland piano tuner.
He had experimented with some new Kodak color film and two Kodak bantam specials, with the idea of creating a technique for viewing seven pairs of pictures on a disk. The pairs would create a 3-dimensional...
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WEDGWOOD HAS CAPITALIZED ON AMERICAN MARKET FOR TWO CENTURIES
The Wedgwood pottery, founded by Josiah Wedgwood, has supplied the American market
with its products for 200 years. The company did
a particularly brisk business in the United States following the War of 1812, as did many other
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