• Keith Fulfer

Another fun fact for today!

On this day in 1928, engineers and brothers Paul and Joseph Galvin incorporated the Galvin Manufacturing Corp. in Chicago, after taking over the bankrupt Stewart Storage Battery and its design for a battery eliminator, which allowed home radios to run on ordinary household current. Later the Galvins rechristened their firm with a racy name combining “motion” and “radio”: Motorola.




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