: Benjamin Garver Lamme (1864-1924) was born near Springfield, Ohio, and graduated from The Ohio State University in 1888. He spent most of his life working for the Westinghouse Electric Company as an inventor and a developer of electrical machinery. He pioneered the design of rotary converters, developed direct current railway motors, and produced the first commercially successful induction motor. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL03913 Subjects
: Ohio Economy--Science and Technology; Inventors--Ohio Places
: Springfield (Ohio); Clark County (Ohio)