in the Electricity Building
Photo credit: n/a.
Source: Everybody's Magazine, v. 5, no. 26 (October 1901) p. 396.
General Electric Company's "exhibit" was a working display,
transforming the electricity sent from Niagara to the lower current needed
on the exposition grounds. Shown are the "great nickel-steel ring"
and the 18 step-down transformers.
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