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'Illuminations of Dante's Divine Comedy,' by Giovanni di Paolo (15th cent). Dante and Beatrice reach the sun, shown as a golden wheel sending golden rays to the landscape below.

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Virtual Museum features the work of a federal agency that has helped keep U.S. technology at the leading...

Gramophone with cylindrical base and Nipper, from the Window display of the T. Eaton Co. Ltd. Toronto

Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording Industry provides a selection of more than 500 letters, lectures, photos, articles, and sound...

Wilbur Wright flying the 1901 glider. (Courtesy of Special Collections and Archives, Wright State University, Repository # 15-5-16; N542)

Wright Brothers National Memorial: Site of the First Controlled Powered Flight tells how bicycle makers in Dayton, Ohio, launched the aviation age. After reading about...

Drawing of 'Franklin the Editor'

Benjamin Franklin explores Franklin's life as a writer, inventor, diplomat, businessman, musician...


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