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The Tesla Memorial Society
21 Maddaket, Southwyck Village
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076
William H. Terbo
Executive Secretary
  Maria Godfors
Treasurer
Nikola Tesla: 1856 - 1943

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WILLIAM TERBO, MARCH 2009 PERSONAL APPEARANCES

MID-AMERICA SCIENCE MUSEUM, HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS

DALLAS ELECTRIC CLUB, DALLAS, TEXAS

William Terbo, closest living relative of Nikola Tesla and Chairman of the Executive Board of the Tesla Memorial Society, Inc., is scheduled speak at the Mid-America Science Museum on Wednesday and Thursday, March 11 &12, and at the Dallas Electric Club on Fridy, March 13.

The Mid-America Science Museum, associated with the Smithsonian Museum, is a 65,000 square foot facility located in one of the most beautiful areas in the state. The Museum exhibits over 80 examples of physical, electrical or mechanical equipment in nearly 60 presentation areas. A large number of these displays are of the hands-on variety that can be manipulated by Museum visitors. Among the most spectacular exhibits demonstrated by Museum staff daily are the Guinness World Record 1 million volt conical Tesla Coil and the 12-foot tall 40,000 volt climbing arc Jacob’s Ladder, so familiar to fans of both early (Frankenstein-type) horror and current dramatic movies.

Mr. Terbo’s remarks on the drama and personality of Nikola Tesla will be preceded by a 38-minute biographical movie on Tesla and followed by a Question & Answer session.

The Dallas Electrical Club, serving electric energy professionals of North Texas since 1913, is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in America. The Club has had a very long and respected history of monthly programs featuring invited speakers. Leading electric industry professionals discuss new technologies, regulations and business trends as well as areas of science and history. Nikola Tesla is an icon to all travelers in the field of electricity. Mr. Terbo will touch on areas of the personality of his grand uncle. Mr. Terbo will also discuss a private archive of Tesla correspondence that was instrumental in determining the selection of Tesla/Westinghouse Alternating Current for the 1893-96 Niagara Falls power generation system an archive unknown to industry historians.

For more information on these appearances contact: midamericamuseum.org or 1-800-632-0583 and dallaselectricalclub.com or Ms. Deanna Estrada, VP of Programs, 1-972-243-0898.


William H. Terbo, Executive Secretary, September 2, 2005 TMSfo2 090223

The Tesla Memorial Society, Inc. is the oldest U.S. based international organization in continuous operation honoring and perpetuating the memory and ideals of the great electrical scientist and inventor, Nikola Tesla. The Society supports various cultural activities, participates in appropriate academic conferences and provides a source for an accurate representation of Nikola Tesla for the media. The Society is a non-political, non-profit, all volunteer membership organization founded in 1979, incorporated in 1980, operating under Section 501 (c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

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