Hear the Lost Voice of Alexander Graham Bell

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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