Inventors and their inventions
Thomas Adams, inventor of chewing gum Mary Anderson, inventor of car windshield wipers Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone Edward Benny, co-inventor of crayons Clarence Birds eye, Inventor of commercial frozen food Joseph-Airman Bombardier, Inventor of the snowmobile Carrier, inventor of all Josephine , inventor of the dishwasher George De Mistral, inventor of Rudolph Diesel, inventor of the diesel engine Marion , inventor of the disposable diaper Richard Drew, inventor of Scotch tapeThomas Edison, inventor of the phonograph, light bulb and motion pictures Douglas C. , inventor of the computer mouse Phil T.
, inventor of modern television Benjamin Franklin, inventor of the lightning rod, bifocal glasses, the Franklin stove and the odometer Art Fry, Inventor of Post- , Inventor of -And James Russell, Inventor of the CD (compact disc) Ralph , Inventor of Arthur , inventor of the snow blower Percy Spencer, inventor of the microwave oven Strauss, inventor of blue Jeans Ralph Teeter, inventor of cruise controlEarl Sills Taper, inventor of Wheeler, inventor of the electric fan and , inventors of the airplane , inventor of the Game Boy Adams Sons and Company was formed in 1876 by the glass merchant Thomas Adams (1818-1905) and his two sons. As a result of experiments in a warehouse of Front Street, Adams made chewing gum that had Chile as an ingredient, large quantities of which had been made available to him by General Antonio De Santa Anna of Mexico, who was in exile in Island and at whose instigation Adams had tried to see the Chile to make rubber.Adams sold the gum with the slogan “Adams’ New York Gum No. 1 Snapping and Stretching. ” The firm was the nation’s most prosperous chewing gum company by the end of the century: it built a monopoly in 1899 by merging with the six largest and best-known chewing gum manufacturers in the United States and Canada, and achieved great success as the maker of Chilliest. Mary Anderson was granted her first patent for a window cleaning device in November 1903. Her invention could clean snow, rain, or sleet from a windshield by using a handle inside the car.