Alexander Graham Bell's Voice Recorded From 1885

On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell spoke his first sentence on the newly invented telephone to his assistant Thomas Watson: "Mister Watson, come here, I want you." You can still hear Bell today, speaking on wax cylinders recorded in the late 19th century. Take a listen below, then find out how Alexander Graham Bell's wife was secretly responsible for the popularity of the telephone.

Alexander Graham Bell's Voice Recorded From 1885

Key Facts In This Video

  1. Here is the first ever recording of Alexander Graham Bell, speaking on a telephone: 00:15

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Written by Curiosity Staff March 3, 2015

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