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Bibliography

 

Books:

Lectures:

Patents:

  • SYSTEM OF ELECTRIC LIGHTING, April 25, 1891, Patent No. 454,622, June 23, 1891.
  • MEANS FOR GENERATING ELECTRIC CURRENTS, Aug. 2, 1893, U.S. Patent No. 514,168, February 6, 1894.
  • METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING MECHANISM OF MOVING VESSEL OR VEHICLES, July 1, 1898, U.S. Patent No. 613,809, November 8, 1898.
  • SYSTEM OF TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY, Sept. 2, 1897, U.S. Patent No. 645,576, Mar. 20, 1900.
  • APPARATUS FOR TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY, Sept. 2, 1897, U.S. Patent No. 649,621, May 15, 1900.
  • METHOD OF INTENSIFYING AND UTILIZING EFFECTS TRANSMITTED THROUGH NATURAL MEDIA, June 24, 1899, U.S. Patent No. 685,953, Nov. 5, 1901.
  • METHOD OF UTILIZING EFFECTS TRANSMITTED THROUGH NATURAL MEDIA, August 1, 1899, U.S. Patent No. 685,954, Nov. 5, 1901.
  • APPARATUS FOR UTILIZING EFFECTS TRANSMITTED FROM A DISTANCE TO A RECEIVING DEVICE THROUGH NATURAL MEDIA, June 24, 1899, U.S. Patent No. 685,955, Nov. 5, 1901.
  • APPARATUS FOR UTILIZING EFFECTS TRANSMITTED THROUGH NATURAL MEDIA, March 21, 1900, U.S. Patent No. 685,956, Nov. 5, 1901.
  • "METHOD OF SIGNALING, July 16, 1900, U.S. Patent No. 723,188, Mar. 17, 1903.
  • "SYSTEM OF SIGNALING, July 16, 1900, U.S. Patent No. 725,605, Apr. 14, 1903.
  • ART OF TRANSMITTING ELECTRICAL ENERGY THROUGH THE NATURAL MEDIUMS, May 16, 1900, U.S. Patent No. 787,412, Apr. 18, 1905.
  • ART OF TRANSMITTING ELECTRICAL ENERGY THROUGH THE NATURAL MEDIUMS, Apr. 17, 1906, Canadian Patent No. 142,352, Aug. 13, 1912.
  • APPARATUS FOR TRANSMITTING ELECTRICAL ENERGY, Jan. 18, 1902, U.S. Patent 1,119,732, Dec. 1, 1914. 
  • British, Belgian and Other Patents 

Articles:

  • “Tesla’s Alternating Current Generators for High Frequency,” Electrical Engineer – N. Y., Mar. 18, 1891, pp. 338-340. (Cited in 1893 St. Louis Lecture.)
  • "Tesla's Wonderful Experiments," Scientific American, Feb. 7, 1892, p. 132
  • "Tesla at the Royal Institution," Scientific American, March 11, 1892, p. 168
  • "Review of Tesla at the Royal Institution," Scientific American Supplement, March 26, 1892, p. 13533
  • "Mr. Tesla's Experiments on Alternating Currents of Great Frequency," Scientific American, March 26, 1892, p. 196-196, 199, 200
  • "Nikola Tesla and His Business," Scientific American Supplement, May 21, 1892, p. 13659-60
  • "Action of the Eye," Scientific American, Oct. 4, 1893, p. 245
  • "___ _________ _________ _________," Scientific American, March 3, 1894, p. 13
  • Tesla Describes His Efforts in Various Fields of Work,” Electrical Review - N. Y., Nov, 30, 1898
  • Tesla's New Discovery,” The Sun, New York, January 30, 1901
  • "The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires," Electrical World, March 5, 1904
  • The Future of the Wireless Art,” Wireless Telegraphy & Telephony, Walter W. Massie & Charles R. Underhill, 1908, pp.  67-71.
  • Nikola Tesla’s New Wireless,” The Electrical Engineer – London, Dec. 24, 1909, p. 893
  • The Disturbing Influence of Solar Radiation on the Wireless Transmission of Energy Electrical Review and Western Electrician, July 6, 1912
  • B.F. Miessner, "The Wirelessly Directed Torpedo," Scientific American, July 20, 1912 (107: 53, 1912) (See pp. 28-36, ON THE EARLY HISTORY OF RADIO GUIDANCE.)
  • "My Inventions," Electrical Experimenter, Feb., Mar., Apr., May, June, and Oct. 1919.
  • The True WirelessElectrical Experimenter, May 1919
  • Kerby, Frederic M., "Nikola Tesla Tells How We May Fly Eight Miles High at 1,000 MPH," Reconstruction New York, July, 1919, pp. 196-198. (Proposes flying at great altitudes to minimize friction.) (p)
  • "Inventor Claims Wireless Power." ... New York Herald, March 9, 1924
  • "Tesla on Rays." New York Herald, July 24, 1924.
  • Swezey, K. M. “Nikola Tesla’s Theory of Power Transmission,” New York Telegram and Evening Mail (Radio Magazine), Nov. 15, 1924, p. 2. (n) 
  • "The Development of the Modern Vario-Coupler from 1890 to 1925. Nikola Tesla Electric Resonator or Tesla Coil is Grandfather of Radio Transformers," New York Herald Tribune, Radio Magazine, March 1, 1925, pp. 2, 4.
  • Swezey, K. M. "A Logical Discussion on the Transmission of Power by Radio," N. Y. Herald Tribune, Sept. 6, 1925, Radio Section, p. 8 (n)
  • [See additional articles in Dr. Nikola Tesla Bibliography, pp 120-122, 124; See various Swezey articles.]
  • "Envisions Planes Run by Wireless—Tesla Tells of Genuine Death Rays in Future,” New York Sun, July 12, 1927, col. 1.
  • "Tesla Predicts Fuelless Plane Without Engine,” New York Herald Tribune, July 12, 1927, 1 col.,
  • Swezey, K. M. "Power by Radio Predicted for Near Future,” New York Herald Tribune, July 24, 1927, pp. 1, 5.
  • “Test Transmission of Power by Radio," N. Y. Sun, Aug 4, 1928, Radio Section. 
  • "Tesla at 75," Time, July 20, 1931, pp. 27, 30. (Tesla's theories differ from those of Einstein.  Working on the development of a new source of power.)
  • Pioneer Radio Engineer Gives Views on Power,” New York Herald Tribune, September 11, 1932
  • "Stimulus and Response," American Business Survey, Oct. 1932, p. 4. (Tesla's experiments with tuning forks.) (p)
  • "Tesla's Wireless Power Dream Nears Reality," New York Daily News, April 2, 1934, p. 12. (Test run of motor car for 30 to 40 miles planned, using wireless transmission of energy to power car.) (n)
  • "Radio Power Will Revolutionize the World," Modern Mechanics and Inventions, July 1934
  • Dr. Tesla Visions the End of Aircraft in War,” Helen Welshimer, Oct. 21, 1934, The Pittsburgh Press, Syracuse Herald, Every Week Magazine.
  • "Tesla Predicts Ships Powered by Shore Beams," New York Herald Tribune, June 5, 1935.
  • “New Apparatus Transmits Energy – Tesla Announces Method of Remote Control,” New York Sun, July 10, 1935. (Method of transmitting mechanical energy accurately over any terrestrial distance, a new means of communication, and a method of locating mineral deposits.)
  • "Tesla Invents Wireless Electricity - Scientist, Unfinanced Here, To Build Plant In Europe," New York American, July 10, 1936 (n).
  • "Tesla, 80, Reveals New Power Device" New York Times, July 10, 1936, p. 1, col. 2. (Says his wireless system of power transmission will supply the earth with energy for industry.) (n)
  • "Tesla Prepares to Send Power Without Wires" Inventor, 80, Announces Solution of Problem He Worked on for 35 Years. Earth Will Carry Current. 100-Million-Volt Plant to be Build in Foreign Land," New York Herald Tribune, July 27, 1936. (n)

Proposals:

Correspondence:

  • N. Tesla to J.P. Morgan, Nov. 5, 1903

Other Scientific Papers:

  • Fritz Lowenstein, IEE, 1915 [gliding surface wave]