SE—L Historical Society Museum — Lighting : A sample of some lighting devices at our museum.

Northeast Ohio's Euclid Township was the home of inventor Charles F. Brush and borders on the National Electric Lamp Association (NELA) which became the General Electric Company Lamp Division's headquarters. So lighting is a high priority in our locale.

The invention of fire not only let us cook our foods but was first in a continuing long string of devices to to convert fuel, or other energy sources, to light thus allowing us to extend our days.

The museum is very grateful to the Legacy Village Fund of the Cleveland Foundation whose grants have made this online exhibit possible as well as many other desirable museum projects.

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SE—L Historical Society Museum — Lighting