Electromagnetic machine devised and constructed by the US physicist Joseph Henry He made it in Albany New York in for the laboratory of Yale College It was operated with battery cells and used to determine the lifting power of the magnet upper centre It could lift between and kilograms Weights are used here but the original apparatus was designed to lift people standing on the platform This photograph is from a collection of unpublished images dating from the s to the s taken for The Pageant of America A Pictorial History of the United States
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