Henry Green

City of Hartford Office of Building Inspector, "Building Permit No. 306 - Wooden Laboratory," May 1, 1896.
L. J. Richards & Co., "Atlas of the city of Hartford, Connecticut, including, also, the town of West Hartford," Springfield, MA, 1896.
Sanborn Map Company, "Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut," New York City, NY, 1917.
Steck, Jeff, "X-Ray Vending Machines," Gazette Cetera, February 8, 2012.
Unattributed, “Burned by X-Rays, Now Find Relief: Two Hartford Men Have Suffered Eight Years,” Hartford Courant, December 9, 1904, page 5.
Unattributed, "City Mission Building Sold to Henry Green: Purchaser Will Transfer There His X-Ray Business," Hartford Courant, March 8, 1910, page 13.
Unattributed, "Death by Inches Caused by X-rays: Inventor Bauer of the X-ray Tube Cut to Pieces as Disease Progressed," November 12, 1908, page 1.
Unattributed, “Dr. A. J. Wolff Medico-Legal Expert, Dies,” Hartford Courant, June 23, 1936.
Unattributed, “Dr. Robb, 71, Formerly at Trinity, Dead,” Hartford Courant, January 27, 1933, page 4.
Unattributed, "Hartford Men Involved Over Roentgen Rays," Hartford Courant, November 3, 1911, page 4.
Unattributed, "Fatal Poisoning by X-Ray: Henry Green, Victim, Was Pioneer Manufacturer of X-Ray Tubes," New York Times, March 5, 1914, page 1.
Unattributed, "Improved X Rays: Effort to See an Imbedded Substance with the Naked Eye," Hartford Courant, July 18, 1896, page 6.
Unattributed, “Looked through a Board: Professor Robb Uses a Fluoroscope at His Lecture,” Hartford Courant, April 11, 1896, page 8.
Unattributed, "New Industry for Hartford: A Company Being Formed to Manufacture the Green Electric Lamp," Hartford Courant, March 8, 1893, page 3.
Unattributed, "Obituary - Henry Green 1860-1914," American Journal of Roentgenology, v. 1 n.5 (3/1914), pp 224-225.
Unattributed, "Roentgen Ray Apparatus at the Hospital," Hartford Courant, November 3, 1896, page 6.
Unattributed, “Roentgen’s Discovery: Professor Robb Explains the Wonderful X Rays,” Hartford Courant, February 24, 1896, page 10.
Unattributed, “The Roentgen Rays: Successful Experiments at Trinity College,” Hartford Courant, February 11, 1896, page 1.
Unattributed, “X Rays and Diamonds: Pure Stones are Perfectly Transparent,” Hartford Courant, March 2, 1896, page 6.
Unattributed, "X-rays Cause Death of Henry Green: Hartford Man Made First Successfully Operated Focusing Tubes," Hartford Courant, March 5, 1914.
Unattributed, "X Rays for the Blind: What Henry Green, Dr. Bacon and Dr. Wolff Say about the Theory," Hartford Courant, November 28, 1896, page 4.
United States Patent Office, "Advertising Device," Patent No. 576,266, February 2, 1897.
United States Patent Office, "Anode for X-ray Tubes," Patent No. 1,002,390, September 5, 1911.
United States Patent Office, "Apparatus for Canceling Postal Marks," Patent No. 574,414, January 5, 1897.
United States Patent Office, "Electric Searing Pen," Patent No. 597,373, January 11, 1898.
United States Patent Office, "Incandescent Electric Lamp," Patent No. 475,394.
United States Patent Office, "Incandescent Electric Lamp," Patent No. 479,360, July 19, 1892.
United States Patent Office, "Incandescent Electric Lamp," Patent No. 510,018, December 5, 1893.
United States Patent Office, "Incandescent Lamp," Patent No. 495,467, April 11, 1893.
United States Patent Office, "Incandescent Lamp," Patent No. 547,249, October 1, 1895.
United States Patent Office, "Incandescent Lamp," Patent No. 553,673, January 28, 1896.
United States Patent Office, "Spirit Level," Patent No. 438,541, October 14, 1890.
United States Patent Office, "Spirit Level," Patent No. 449,609, March 31, 1891.
United States Patent Office, "Spirit Level," Patent No. 450,457, April 14, 1891.
United States Patent Office, "Vacuum Tube," Patent No. 1,068,426, July 29, 1913.
United States Patent Office, "X-Ray Apparatus," Patent No. 607,233, July 12, 1898.
United States Patent Office, "X-Ray Tube," Patent No. 958,488, May 17, 1910.
United States Patent Office, "X-Ray Tube," Patent No. 1,042,109, October 22, 1912.