A receipt from a dry goods store in Colorado Springs where Nikola Tesla purchased felt. It is unknown what the exact purpose for the felt was. If you have an idea, please share as a comment.
A receipt for 6,000 feet of #6 gauge wire.
This receipt is for brass tubes, bolts and clips, a sheet of brass and labor for threading and polishing.
I am not able to decipher the items on this receipt. If you have ideas please post a comment.
Nikola Tesla's receipt from The El Paso Electric Company in Colorado Springs, Colorado for work performed on October 31st and November 1st of 1899. The charges are for linemen and helpers to install a new circuit after Tesla's experiments burned out the Colorado Springs power plant.
This is one of the receipts for the photos taken at Colorado Springs, some of the most famous Tesla images. These included the double exposures of Tesla sitting in front of the massive streamers produced by his experimental transmitter.