Through a combination of research, experimentation, and entrepreneurship, George Eastman, born in 1854 in Waterville, N
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Without a doubt, the greatest inventor of the modern era has been Thomas Edison.
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Inventor-entrepreneur Clarence L. Elder was born in 1935 in Georgia.
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