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New Nikola Tesla Street Corner Sign on West 40th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan, New York
Hotel New Yorker
Above: The Statue of Liberty and New York City, when Tesla came to the United States in 1884, the Statue of Liberty was not erected. The Statue of Liberty was erected in 1886 (two years after his arrival).
Above: New York City at night, seen from Tesla's window in Hotel New Yorker on the 33rd floor.
Above: Hotel New Yorker, where Tesla lived for the last ten years of his life, from 1933 to 1943. Tesla died in Hotel New Yorker on January 7, 1943 in his suite on the 33rd floor, Room number 3327.
Plaque erected on Nikola Tesla's Room 3327 in Hotel New Yorker, Manhattan
Above: Tesla commemorative
plaque on Hotel New Yorker erected July 10, 2001 by the Tesla Memorial
Society of New York and Hotel New Yorker.
Above: Susannah Norris-Lindsay, artist who created the "Engineer's Club" plaque and Dr. Ljubo Vujovic, President, Tesla Memorial Society of New York
Tesla-related places to visit in New York City
Above: New York City at night, millions of electrical bulbs are lit - fed my Tesla's AC Current electricity.
Above: Times Square at night, lit by Tesla's Alternating Current Electricity and Neon Lights. Tesla discovered Neon lights and had an exhibit in the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893.
Above: Ellis Island, Immigrant Receiving Station opened in 1892. Millions of Immigrants came to America through Ellis Island. Tesla came to the United States through Castle Clinton (below) in 1884.
Above: This is Castle Clinton - Tesla came to the United States through Castle Clinton (below) in 1884 (at the tip of Manhattan Island).
Above: Today's Ellis Island is a museum of Immigration - millions of Immigrants came to the United States through Ellis Island. It was opened 1892.
Above: A Plaque commemorating the first Edison Power Plant using Direct Current, in Downtown Manhattan. Edison started the "War of the Currents" to protect his electrical empire against Tesla's Alternating Current Electricity. Tesla/Westinghouse won the War of the Currents, which made Alternating Current the standard for electrical transmission around the world. The electrification of America and the world started.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan, New York City where Tesla funeral took place on January 12,1943.
Above: Plaque of Nikola Tesla on Radio Wave Building. Radio Wave Building located at 49 West 27th Street (between Broadway and Sixth Avenue), Lower Manhattan. It was the former Gerlach Hotel, where Tesla lived before the end of the century and experimented with Radio Waves, in 1896.
The following are places in New York City that are Tesla-related:
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