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The year 1876 marked America's centennial. For most Americans it was a time for looking backward with pride. For others it was a time to look forward to the possibilities that lay ahead. The electrical exhibits at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia marked the beginning of an era where people sought new targets for invention.

Later that year, Thomas Alva Edison would open a new and better equipped laboratory in Menlo Park, New Jersey, where he could explore the possibilities of the dynamo and other electrical devices that he had seen in the Exposition. Out of the laboratory was to come perhaps the greatest invention of all - a successful incandescent electric lamp. By 1890, Edison had organized his various businesses into the Edison General Electric Company.

GE's leaders through the years have built a diverse portfolio of leading businesses; a stream of powerful Company-wide initiatives that drives growth and reduces cost; financial strength and Controllership that allow it to capitalize on opportunities through numerous cycles; and a set of common values that allows it to face any environment with confidence.

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Photo Description Model # Circa
4 Cell Blue/Black Plastic Lantern 1990
Red/Yellow Plastic Swivel Light with Clip 1990
Black Plastic with Slide Switch 1998
6 Cell Multi Purpose Utility Light LS4IN1 1998
Fishing Lure Keychain Light 2002
Clear Blue Keychain Light 2006

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