128-Year-Old Recording Surfaces of Alexander Graham Bell’s Voice — Hear It!

 Smithsonian Institute

Smithsonian Institute

(The Blaze) - Alexander Graham Bell’s invention of the telephone allowed people to hear each other like never before. But as the man died 90 years ago and his granddaughter passed away in 2006, there was no one else to remember what the Scottish-born inventor himself sounded like — until now.

The Smithsonian had been donated a recording and through digital technology was able to recover the sound of Bell’s voice.

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