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Innovation in Connecticut

Related Resources

Albert Augustus Pope, Transportation Pioneer, Gregg Mangan, Connecticut 

Albert Pope Pioneered Bicycles for Women

An Interview with Albert A. Pope, Eric S Hintz, Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation

Colonel Albert Pope, Profiles of Economic Decision Makers

Cyclists Road Book of Connecticut, Compiled for the CT League of American Wheelmen, Charles G. Huntington, 1888. 

Movement for Better Roads, An Address by Albert Pope ,1892 

Mr. Columbia Pope Manufacturing in 1881