How engineering student built for one penny an electric motor that runs [newspaper article].

Title: 
How engineering student built for one penny an electric motor that runs [newspaper article].

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Publisher: 
[s.l. : s.n., 1929].
Description: 
1 p. : ill. ; 22 x 36 cm.
Bib ID: 
125323
Notes: 
Considered for inclusion in the exhibition titled "Founders of American Studio Glass: Dominick Labino" held at the Rakow Research Library from November 17, 2011-January 6, 2013.
Photocopy of a newspaper article that details the electric motor Dominick Labino made with four paper clips, five thumb tacks, and six feet of No. 20 copper wire. Two images are included in article, with captions "Dominick Labino's electric motor: it only cost him one cent!" and "How to assemble a 'Labino motor': the tacks hold it on a block".
This item is in the "Dominick Labino" archive.