When Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, died in 1922, the sound of his voice became lost to all but who knew him. Until now.
Historians have identified a recording Bell 128 years ago and made it public for the first time. The sound of the Scottish-born inventor who lived in England, Canada and the eastern United States can be heard on a crackling recording laid down on a wax-and-binder-board disc way back on April 15, 1885.
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