I thank you very much for the photograph of Nikola Tesla's death mask. I would be glad to comply with your wish But I feel that I am not sufficiently acquainted with the life work of Tesla to write an appreciation."
Tesla's autobiography, My Inventions (1919), first appeared as a six-part series in the Electrical Experimenter, a magazine published by Hugo Gernsback. The publisher contributed an introduction to the autobiography, and it would seem that his interest in the inventor persisted over the decades.
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