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Oquirrh Mountains -- Salt Lake City, Utah. United States, North America. Farnsworth Peak lookout.

Oquirrh Mountains -- Salt Lake City, Utah. United States, North America. Farnsworth Peak lookout.

Farnsworth Peak from the west face in May 2008

Farnsworth Peak from the west face in May 2008

The invention of television was tied into the economics of the time: its inventor was funded by a rich banker on San Francisco. It was the time of the gold rush and investing in inventions might have seemed like it could have similar payoffs.

The invention of television was tied into the economics of the time: its inventor was funded by a rich banker on San Francisco. It was the time of the gold rush and investing in inventions might have seemed like it could have similar payoffs.

Goblin Valley Art Print

Goblin Valley Art Print

Full moonrise over Farnsworth Peak\'s antennae, 17 December 2013 - Photo Submitted by S Breazeal

Full moonrise over Farnsworth Peak\'s antennae, 17 December 2013 - Photo Submitted by S Breazeal

The Inventor of Television Had a Sense of Humor - http://www.factfiend.com/inventor-television-sense-humor/ - #Inventor, #PhiloFarnsworth, #Smartass, #Television, #TV

The Inventor of Television Had a Sense of Humor - http://www.factfiend.com/inventor-television-sense-humor/ - #Inventor, #PhiloFarnsworth, #Smartass, #Television, #TV

Philo T. Farnsworth "Father of Television,"  was born on August 19, 1906, on Indian Creek in Beaver County, Utah. His parents expected him to become a concert violinist, but his interests drew him to experiments with electricity. At the age of 12, he built an electric motor and produced the first electric washing machine his family had ever owned.  -aoc.gov

Philo T. Farnsworth "Father of Television," was born on August 19, 1906, on Indian Creek in Beaver County, Utah. His parents expected him to become a concert violinist, but his interests drew him to experiments with electricity. At the age of 12, he built an electric motor and produced the first electric washing machine his family had ever owned. -aoc.gov

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