What 15 Groundbreaking Inventions Looked Like When They First Came Out

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The first television set called the Octagon was made by General Electric in 1928.

Before it became the center of American living rooms in the 1950s and 1960s, the Octagon only played one show called “The Queen’s Messenger.”

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  1. Carrie Thompson says

    S was really neat to see, thank you! I think kids should see it, and hopefully will be amazed at it all, and not bored.

  2. Carrie Thompson says

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  3. Carrie Thompson says

    Oh, yay! I got it! It worked when I copied the search bar link. Thank you!

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