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The Edison Men and the U.S. Navy- Montclair Society of Engineers


Award winning inventor, engineer and educator, lifelong Edison enthusiast Harry Roman returns to the MSE to discuss the roles Thomas Edison and his son Charles played in both WWI and WWII. Their work in the service of the US Navy is not generally known and had significant impact on our nation.

He will also be glad to entertain other “Edisonia” related questions from the audience

Harry T. Roman is a docent and special lecturer at the Thomas Edison National Historical Park in West Orange, where for the last 12 years he has given many talks about the great inventor. He is also an advisor and educational consultant for the Edison Foundations where he often develops educational programs, national invention contests, social media, and information for teachers across the nation.


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