Electricity and Modern Physics, Division of, NMAH, SI
Bell, Alexander Graham 1847-1922
Taylor, Lloyd W
Western Electric Co
3.6 cu. ft
8 document boxes and 2 flat oversize boxes
Elisha Gray (1835-1901) was an inventor and the co-founder of the Western Electric Company. Gray is best known for his part in a bitter controversy with Alexander Graham Bell over the priority of invention of the telephone.
Legal documents, photographs, articles, copies of correspondence, three folders of original Gray correspondence on the Gray-Bell controversy; most of the collection consists of copies of material, or printed matter, collected by Lloyd W. Taylor of the museum staff.
Elisha Gray Collection, 1871-1938, Archives Center, National Museum of American History