On December 7, 1877, Thomas Edison entered the New York offices of the Scientific American, a popular scientific magazine that hap..
Growing up, did you learn that Thomas Edison invented the light bulb? As you probably know now, the truth is that he continued the..
Try one of our free, self-guided garden tours the next time you're at Edison Ford. There are three available tours: one directing ..
Most people know that Thomas Edison was one of the world’s most prolific inventors. His incandescent light bulb has become the u..
On October 25, the Florida Humanities Council Speaker Series kicked off with a fascinating lecture from author Craig Pittman. ..
Southwest Florida, an area ranging from Bonita Springs to Marco Island, is well known for its’ beautiful beaches, turquoise wate..
Was Henry Ford a quilter? Well, no, not quite, but he and his wife Clara did assemble a vast and diverse collection of items to ce..
"Greed, betrayal, and the world's most beautiful orchid," reads the tagline of author Craig Pittman's book, The Scent of Scandal...
Did you know that every year, thousands of Christmas lights and hundreds of historic holiday decorations fill the grounds of the E..
In 1914 popular writer and naturalist John Burroughs arrived with his friend Henry Ford to visit Thomas Edison for the first t..
If you are looking for an unusual gift for yourself or others, then the old fashioned heritage craft known as a boondoggle wi..
By now everyone knows that Henry and Clara Ford owned a Florida estate named “The Mangoes,” for the allée of mango trees tha..
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