Alexander Graham Bell - Inventor of telephone refused to keep it in his office

Alexander Graham Bell
Scottish-born inventor Alexander Graham Bell, who received the patent for his invention, the telephone, on March 7, 1876, refused to keep the device in his office. He feared that keeping the telephone in his office would distract him from his scientific work. Interestingly, the world's first phone call took place between Bell and his assistant in the US.

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