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Morse

Samuel Finley Breese . 1791--1872, US inventor and painter. He invented the first electric telegraph and the Morse code
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No, I have no absolute knowledge of Miss Penelope Morse.
On the other hand, this Morse Hudson is the purveyor of busts in that part of London, and these three were the only ones which had been in his shop for years.
Morse Hudson, of the Kennington Road, and see if he can throw any light upon the problem.
Well, that's all we could reasonably expect from Morse Hudson," said Holmes, as we emerged from the shop.
A reference to his books showed that hundreds of casts had been taken from a marble copy of Devine's head of Napoleon, but that the three which had been sent to Morse Hudson a year or so before had been half of a batch of six, the other three being sent to Harding Brothers, of Kensington.
He managed to find employment with Morse Hudson, and in that way tracked down three of them.
Morse had lived for several years at the Vail homestead in Morristown; and it was here that he erected his first telegraph line, a three-mile circle around the Iron Works, in 1838.
Thus it happened that young Theodore Vail learned the dramatic story of Morse at his mother's knee.
Raffa allegedly told him that the Morses could repay the loan plus incidental expenses and reclaim the property.
In comparison, the fund established by the Morses at Harvard stood at $15,000 by December 1945 (35) and a letter to Morse from Keyes D.
The Morses met in the 1970s when they were both working for Glendale schools.
Ambitious, idealistic, restless, and brilliant, Morse was thoroughly engaged in the issues of the day.