Nine steps in the evolution of General Electric distribution transformers, from 1886 to 1936. Pictured in the insert is William Stanley, who developed the first successful alternating-current transformer in 1886.
Title: Evolution of GE Transformers From 1886-1936
Creator: General Electric Company
Date Created: 1936/1936
Location: Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Physical Dimensions: 8 x 10
Subject Keywords: Inventors, William Stanley, Electricity, Electrical industry
Publisher: General Electric Company
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