Question: Who kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle?

Answer: Henry Ford considered Thomas Edison his personal hero and friend. Tucked away in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, is a sealed glass tube next to a paper wrapper labeled “Edison’s Last Breath?” Along with the tube is a note that reads, “It is alleged that Henry Ford asked Thomas A. Edison’s son, Charles, to collect an exhaled breath from the lungs of Ford’s dying hero and friend. This test tube was found at Ford’s Fair Lane mansion, along with Edison’s hat and shoes, after Clara Ford’s death in 1950.”

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1Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Discover Edison’s Last Breath at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan: Housed in the Henry Ford museum is a test tube said to hold Thomas Edison’s last breath.
https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/edisons-last-breath-henry-ford-museum

2Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
This test tube was found at Ford’s Fair Lane mansion, along with Edison’s hat and shoes, after Clara Ford’s death in 1950.” Step 2 : Answer to the question “Who kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle?” Henry Ford: Henry Ford considered Thomas Edison his personal hero and friend. Tucked away in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn …
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3Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Henry Ford considered Thomas Edison his personal hero and friend. Tucked away in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, is a sealed glass tube next to a paper wrapper labeled “Edison’s Last Breath?” Along with the tube is a note that reads, “It is alleged that Henry Ford asked Thomas A. Edison’s son, Charles, to collect an exhaled breath from the lungs of Ford’s dying hero and friend.
https://trivia.net/who-kept-thomas-edison-s-dying-last-breath-in-a-bottle

4Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Who kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle? Thomas Edison’s Last Breath. Dearborn, Michigan Henry Ford believed that the human soul exited the body with its last breath. So it was with mixed feelings that we discovered this oddball artifact in Henry Ford’s Museum & Greenfield Village..
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5Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Legend states that, in order to remember his hero, Thomas Edison, he had Edison’s son bottle his father’s last breath and give it to him as a keepsake, which you can visit in the Henry Ford Museum, if you’re into that sort of thing.. The weird story starts back in the late 1800s when Ford was an employee at Edison’s company where he was he was a chief engineer.
https://www.sciencealert.com/edison-s-last-breath-lives-in-a-test-tube-in-the-henry-ford-museum

6Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Thomas Edison’s Last Breath. Dearborn, Michigan Henry Ford believed that the human soul exited the body with its last breath. So it was with mixed feelings that we discovered this oddball artifact in Henry Ford’s Museum & Greenfield Village.. Ford somehow convinced Thomas Edison’s son to sit by the dying inventor’s bedside, clamp a test tube over his mouth, then plug it with a cork.
https://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2118

7Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
The tube was on display in the museum for years, with a note that read, in part: “It is alleged that Henry Ford asked Thomas A. Edison’s son, Charles, to collect an exhaled breath from the …
https://slate.com/human-interest/2012/11/edison-s-last-breath-did-henry-ford-ask-edison-s-son-to-catch-it-in-a-test-tube.html

8Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Thomas Edison died of complications due to diabetes on October 18, 1931 in West Orange, New Jersey at 84 years old. There at his side was Edison’s personal physician and his son, Charles Edison.
https://jalopnik.com/how-henry-ford-got-a-hold-of-thomas-edisons-last-breath-1836731267

9Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Supposedly Ford asked Edison’s son Charles to hold a test tube next to his father’s mouth when he breathed his last in 1931. Ford’s motive for this odd request is obscure. He is known to have been interested in reincarnation, and some say he thought the spirit exited the body with one’s last breath; ergo, what he was collecting was essence of Edison, no doubt for reconstitution at some …
https://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/873/is-thomas-edisons-last-breath-preserved-in-a-test-tube-in-the-henry-ford-museum/

10Henry Ford kept Thomas Edison’s dying last breath in a bottle
Thomas Edison’s Last Breath ©Wagon Pilot Adventures. Thomas Alva Edison died October 18, 1931 a the ripe old age of 84. During his long life as one of America’s preeminent inventors, he became a mentor and friend to Henry Ford. In fact, the museum was originally named after him.
https://wagonpilot.com/was-thomas-edisons-dying-breath-really-saved-inside-a-test-tube/

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