Lewis H. Latimer an African American Engineer, Inventor and Renaissance worked with two of our world’s greatest Inventors. Behind every good man there is Greatness! We present to you Greatness, as demonstrated, by way of Lewis H. Latimer, the Man behind the Scene who conducted Great works for Alexander Graham Bell (Designed the Patent Blue Print for the first telephone) and for Thomas Edison (Inventor of the Carbon Filament Blub). Lewis Latimer invented a “water closet for railroad cars” (1873) and drafted the patent drawings for Alexander Graham Bell’s first telephone in 1876. In 1881 he devised a method for making a carbon filament for a light bulb made by one of Thomas Edison’s competitors, and then supervised that firm’s installation of electric lights in New York City, Philadelphia, Montreal, and London. In 1884 he went to work for Edison’s company.Additionally, many of Mr. Latimer’s personal inventions continue to contribute to the history and growth of America’s technology and greatness. Lewis H. Latimer, is the Flame that sparked a Light of brilliance–His Legacy and contribution to the World will forever shine. Signup will run May 8th – May 25th.