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Edison-Ford Winter Estates, Fort Myers, FL.
1.13.2003


Below are pictures that may be of interest to other bulb collectors. The pictures depict some of the antique bulbs on display at the museum located on the grounds of the Thomas Edison & Henry Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers, Florida. Shown below the thumbnails are two older postcards of the Fort Myers museum, the dates of which are uncertain.

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This image comes courtesy of eBay. The two large bulbs are 50,000 watt and
75,000 watt commemorative light bulbs. The poster on the right is the GE "Tree of Light"


The back of this card reads "early electric bulbs, bamboo filament to tungsten". The first postcard
above hints at the display cases filled with antique bulbs and this postcard provides
a better perspective of the contents of those cases.