Bio: Einfeldt, Ed. (Jan 1872-17 April 1912)

Transcriber: History Buffs

Surnames: Einfeldt

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Wis.) 11-23-1900; transcribed by Laurel Bragstad Schaub



1910 Census, Warner Township, Clark Co., Wisconsin, Einfeldt Family, 19 Apr


Edward Einfeldt was the enumerator for the above census.  He died 2 years, 2 days later.


Milking Time on the Ed Einfeldt Farm

Ed. Einfeldt gave an entertainment at the church Sunday evening, with his graphophone. The collection amounting to $2.00 he kindly turned over to the Sunday School treasurer.

The Graphophone was the name and trademark of an improved version of the phonograph. It was invented at the Volta Laboratory established by Alexander Graham Bell in Washington, D.C., United States.

Its trademark usage was acquired successively by the Volta Graphophone Company, then the American Graphophone Company, the North American Phonograph Company, and finally by the Columbia Phonograph Company (known today as Columbia Records), all of which either produced or sold Graphophones.




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