ID# 1605:
Profile of Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor (daughter of Alexander Graham Bell), People (April 1931)
Date:
1931
Pages: 1 of 1
Source:
Cold Spring Harbor, ,
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Profile of Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor (daughter of Alexander Graham Bell), People (April 1931)

PEOPLE 19 [photo][photo credit]Wide World [photo caption] Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor The daughter of Alexander Graham Bell who pioneered in eugenic experiments as he pioneered with the telephone. Mrs. Grosvenor is shown addressing a recent meeting of the National Geographic Society at Washington. She speaking through the transmitter of the original Bell telephone, which was connected for the occasion to an amplifying system. Mrs. Grosvenor is the wife of the editor of the [italics]National Geographic Magazine,[end italics] who is one of identical twin brothers with strikingly similar careers. [end]

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