3 edition of memoirs of Samuel Insull found in the catalog.
memoirs of Samuel Insull
Includes bibliographical references (p. 294-295) and index.
|Statement||edited and with additional information by Larry Plachno.|
|Contributions||Plachno, Larry, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||HD9685.U5 I564 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
|ISBN 10||093344916X, 0933449178|
|LC Control Number||92022586|
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Next to Thomas Edison, Samuel Insull is the name you should remember as the most important and perhaps the most notorious person in the utility business. He was the billionaire utility tycoon from Chicago whose gas and electric empire operating in over thirty states incausing a million investors to lose two to three billion s: 4.
After World War I, Insull embraced alternating current because British scientists realized that splitting the atom for an atomic bomb would require masssive amounts of AC. On Februyear-old British Secret Service agent Samuel Insull arrived in New York City from London, England.
This conversation, dated as August by the eyewitness Samuel Insull (–), himself considered the father of the modern electricity industry, is recounted in his autobiography, The Memoirs of Samuel Insull (full cite at end). Insull used Tesla's AC to develop the atomic bomb!.
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While awaiting trial inInsull dictated his memoirs, including this description of his attitude after the crash. Though he would be cleared of all charges, his reputation would never recover. George Bernard Shaw Got His Start with Edison and Insull. Was reading, for fun, “The Memoirs of Samuel Insull.” Insull wrote the autobiography in the summer of As the Depression deepened inInsull’s extensive utility holding company had collapsed.
The. Early life. Samuel Insull was born in London, the son of Samuel Insull, a tradesman and lay preacher who was active in the Temperance movement, and Emma career began as an apprentice clerk for various local businesses at age He went on to become a stenographer at Vanity Fair.
 Through a newspaper ad, the 19 year old became the switchboard operator for the London office of.
This is a reprint of a previosly published work. It dewals with Samuel Insull, who was Thomas Edison's private secretary and founded the business of centralized electric supply. He organized the Edison General Electric Company. Samuel Insull Chicago utilities magnate Samuel Insull built a fortune and lost it, and built the Chicago Opera House.
As a model for the makeup design of the old Charles Foster Kane, Welles gave Maurice Seiderman a photograph of Chicago industrialist Samuel Insull, with mustache. Few people today have heard of Samuel Insull. Yet in the s and s he was as well-known and, in the end, as infamous as Ken Lay, Bernie Ebbers, and other disgraced corporate executives.
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