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Unidentified man viewing the hollow-earth glass globe he made.
N2009- 3, Papers, ca 1887-1990; Box 5, folder 5
Accompanying handwritten note on back: "I made this representation of Cellular Cosmogony in 1916. It is run by electricity + shows - 1st The actual motion of the sun causing night + day + the seasons, 2nd The movement of the stars and the general movement of the moon + planets. In a more costly one I can show the actual motions of the planets + the moon. 3rd It shows plainly 6 mos. night + day, alternately, at the poles. 4 When running in a dark room it shows the real curve of the moon. The globe of glass represents the earth's crust, left-clear above the equator so as to show plainly the inside . The map of the land surface was printed on the inner surface with my left hand. The globe has an inner sun as well as outer (the sun msu[?]). It has been seen in action in my office by thousands + been the means for[?] interesting many in Koreshanity."
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Unidentified man viewing the hollow-earth glass globe he made. 1918. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/257847>, accessed 2 February 2023.
Unidentified man viewing the hollow-earth glass globe he made. 1918. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 2 Feb. 2023.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/257847>