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Lee De Forest
Council Bluffs, Iowa 26.August.1873- Hollywood, California 30.June.1961
   
 
Bibliography
    
1902 Scrapbook Lee De Forest, Crerar Manuscript Collection (University of Chicago. Library) 1902 - 244 pagine
 
1904 US Pat. 749436  L."DE FOREST. WIRELESS TELEGRAPH RANGE FINDER.
 
1905 US Pat. 802850 L. DE FOREST. SPARK DETERMINING APPARATUS FOR WIRELESS SIGNALING
   
1906 Wireless system of Lee De Forest: a collection of pamphlets] Lee De Forest s.n., 1906
 
1906 US Pat. 833034  L. DE FOREST. AEROPHONE.
 
1908 US Pat. 876165 - L. DE FOREST. WIRELESS TELEGRAPH TRANSMITTING SYSTEM.
 
1911 US Pat. 995339  L. DE FOREST. SPACE TELEGRAPHY.

       
1912 US Pat. 1025908 - Filed 9 Mar 1907 - Issued 7 May 1912 - DE FOREST RADIO TELEPHONE CO L. DE FOREST. TRANSMISSION OF MUSIC BY ELECROMAGNETIC WAVES
 
  1914
L. De Forest  Il rivelatore e amplificatore audion ( PIRE -Marzo 1914 pag. 15)
     
1915 US Pat. 1134594 -L. DE FOREST. MEANS FOR INCREASING THE STRENGTH OF ELECTRIC
 
1915 US Pat. 1134593 - L. DE FOREST, RECEIVING SYSTEM FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATIONS
 
1916
 "The Story of Lee de Forest," Electrical Experimenter, December, 1916, p 561
 
1916 US Pat. 1190869 - DE FOREST RADIO TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
1190869. L. BE FOREST. QUENCH SPARK DISCHARGER.
 
1916 US Pat. 1201272 -DE FOREST RADIO TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
DE FOREST. TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE RECEIVING SYSTEM
1919 US Pat. 1314252 - L. DE FOREST, OSCILLATION GENERATOR.
 
1920 The audion - its action and some recent applications Lee De Forest Lippincott, 1920 - 38 pagine
 
1920 How to set up an amateur radio receiving station: containing explanations of the essential apparatus required to receive wireless signals; their purpose and uses; suggestions on the best, least expensive and most convenient method of securing the apparatus; instructions for erecting and wiring a simplified and an Audion-unit receiving station Lee De ForestDe Forest radio telephone and telegraph company, 1920 - 32 pagine
 
1923 Phonofilm Lee De Forest  - 30 pagine
 
1923 US Pat. 1478029 DE FOREST RADIO RECEIVING SYSTEM
 
1923 US Pat. 1653155 LEE  DE FOREST  TALKING MOVING PICTURE EQUIPMENT
 
1923 US Pat. 1693072 - L. DE FOREST MEANS FOR SHIELDING SOUND DETECTOR AND AMPLIFIER APPARATUS
   
1925 US Pat. 1554795 -  DE FOREST RADIO TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY L. DE FOREST RADIO SIGNALIKG SYSTEM
   
1927 US Pat. 1629152 SLOT CLEANER FOR MOTION-PICTURE MACHINES LEE DE FOREST
 
1928 US Pat. 1693071 - L. DE FOREST SOUND .RECORDING ATTACHMENT FOB MOTION PICTURE CAMERAS
 
1928 US Pat. 1695415  TALKING-MOTION-PICTTJRE RECORD LEE DE FOREST
      
1929
De Forest, Lee, "Milestones in Radio History," Radio World, 1929
 
1929 Radio simplified Lee De Forest DeForest Radio Company, 1929 - 31 pagine
 
1932 US Pat. 1866090 - L DE FOREST  SOUND REPRODUCING DEVICE
   
1939 Letters Lee De Forest, Edwin Franks Goldman 1939
   
1942
DE FOREST, Lee,  Television. Today and Tomorrow, The Dial Press, New York, 1942.
   
1944
DE FOREST LEE, Robert E,.  Television: The Revolutionary Industry, Foreword By Dr. Lee De Forest, Essential Books, New York, 1944
 
1945 Television, today and tomorrow Lee De Forest Hutchinson's scientic & technical publications, 1945 - 176 pagine
 
1945 Television and motion pictures Lee De Forest Hollywood Reporter, 1945 - 38 pagine
 
1946 Television: now and onwards Lee De Forest Hutchinson's Scientific & Technical Publications, 1946 - 176 pagine
 
1950 Father of radio: the autobiography of Lee de Forest Lee De Forest Wilcox & Follett, 1950 - 502 pagine
 
1957 US Pat. 2813931 -l. de forest  AUTOMATIC DIALING DEVICE FOR DIAL TELEPHONES
 
1966 A master of sound Israel E. Levine, Lee De Forest, Mary Lou Munson Pyramid Books, 1966 - 128 pagine
    
Wireless in the home: containing explanation of the theory of radio; the value of radio in the home; the essentials of a radio receiving station; how to erect an antennae; the purposes and uses of various pieces of equipment; the two-step amplifier  Lee De Forest De Forest radio telephone and telegraph company - 32 pagine