InventHelp Newsletter, December 2008
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In This Issue:
• InventHelp's Twelve Gadgets of Christmas
• Inventions for Winter Sniffles
• How was the toy train set invented?
The holidays are a merry time of year here at InventHelp®. We love admiring the beautiful Christmas decorations around downtown Pittsburgh and singing along to the festive carols of the season. But, we noticed that some of our favorite Christmas...
Despite the amazing medical advances that scientists have accomplished over the years, no one has managed to invent a cure for one of the most widespread medical conditions of all: the common cold. With temperatures dropping and holiday stress rising,...
Joshua Lionel Cowen originally designed a miniature train set as a retail window decoration. When people asked to buy the train instead of the window merchandise, he decided to go into business selling train sets. In 1900, Cowen founded Lionel...