Miller Reese Hutchison

Miller Reese Hutchison (1876–1944) was an American electrical engineer and inventor. He developed some of the first portable electric devices, such as a vehicle horn and a hearing aid.

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Miller Reese Hutchison - Family and Death
... Hutchison married Martha Jackman Pomeroy of Minnetonka, Minnesota in New York on May 31, 1901 ... Their children were Miller Reese Hutchison born in 1902, Harold Pomeroy Hutchison born 1904, Juan Ceballo Hutchison born 1906, and Robley Pomeroy Hutchison born 1908 ... A common quip (sometimes attributed to Mark Twain) was that "Hutchison invented the Klaxon horn to deafen people so they would have to buy Acousticons." He was called "one of Alabama's greatest contributions to ...

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