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6. Photograph: Dr. Bell.
11. Photograph by Bell of man looking at Sheep. October 2, 1909.
12. The National Geographic Magazine vol.19 no.1, Washington, D.C. Hubbard Memorial Hall, January 1908. 1907.
15. Alexander Graham Bell, Upon the Electrical Experiments to Determine the Location of the Bullet In the Body of the Late President Garfield, And upon A Successful Form of Induction Balance for the Painless Detection of Metallic Masses in the Human Body . 1882.
16. Pound, Arthur, The Telephone Idea. New York, Greenberg, Publisher 1926.
18. Nutting, William Washburn, The 'HD-4' A 70-Miler With Remarkable Possibilities Developed At Dr. Graham Bell's laboratories on the Bras D'or Lakes. 1921.
21. Bell, Alexander Melville, Visible Speech and Vocal Physiology. The Volta Bureau Washington, D.C.: Press of Gibson Brothers.
22. Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences. vol.8, 9-20 March 4, 1907.
23. Alexander Graham Bell, Aerial Locomotion. Published by the Academy. Washington D.C. 1907.
25. Alexander Graham Bell, The Inventor of The Electric Speaking Telephone.
26. Alexandre Graham Bell, Le Photophone De La Production Et De La Lumiere; Paris. Gauthier-Villars, Imprimeur-Libraire. 1880.
27. Letter. Alexander Graham Bell to the Attorney-General. October 26, 1885.
28. The Volta Review. Washington, D.C., vol.18 no.4, April 1916.
29. Alexander Graham Bell, Acrical Locomotion with a Few Notes of Progress in the Construction of an Acrodrome.
30. Bell, A. Melville, Pronunzia Inglese Visible. Insegnata. In Dodici Lezioni Catalogue of Works.
31. Photo duplicated manuscripts relating to Bell's parents. Written for the Beinn Bhreagh Recorder 1912, 1914.
32. Mounted photograph of Alexander Graham Bell.
33. Portrait of Dr. Bell receiving an academic degree; Edinburgh.
35. Letter to Alexander Graham Bell from John Macleov, encloses death certificate and receipt in the sum of $10.00. October 27, 1920.