First Telephone Call March 10, 1876

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146 years ago today Alexander Graham Bell made the first official phone call to his assistant. The evolution of the phone, inventors, and makers is astonishing. Nice article from WIRED that is also a bit old:

That led him to investigate whether his electrical apparatus could be used to transmit the sound of a human voice. Bell’s journal, now at the Library of Congress, contains the following entry for March 10, 1876:

I then shouted into M [the mouthpiece] the following sentence: “Mr. Watson, come here — I want to see you.” To my delight he came and declared that he had heard and understood what I said.

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