First home of General Electric Research Laboratory, 1900-1901

General Electric1897/1900

Museum of Innovation & Science

Museum of Innovation & Science
Schenectady, United States

Carriage barn in the rear of 233 Liberty Street, used by Steinmetz as a private laboratory. It served as the original home of the GE Research Laboratory from December 1900 until the barn burned in February 1901. Steinmetz lived at 233 Liberty Street from 1897-1901. The original version of this photograph includes Steinmetz's dog, which was airbrushed out of the image.


  • Title: First home of General Electric Research Laboratory, 1900-1901
  • Creator: General Electric Company
  • Date Created: 1897/1900
  • Location: Schenectady, New York
  • Physical Dimensions: 8 x 10
  • Subject Keywords: Charles Steinmetz, Electricity, Inventors
  • Type: Photograph
  • Publisher: General Electric Company
  • Rights: This digital image may be used for educational uses. Please cite as miSci- Museum of Innovation & Science. Prior written permission is required for any other use of the images from miSci.

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