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Who is Albert Hunt?
Albert Hunt was the inventor of the wigwag, a grade crossing signal used in transportation. Hunt was a mechanical engineer from Southern California. He invented the wigwag in 1909 out of the necessity for a safer railroad grade crossing. Hunt was associated with the Pacific Electric interurban streetcar railroad.
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Inventor
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Anne Frank in the World (2016)
Essays and Reflections by Carol Ann Rittner
Albert Hunt is a freelance journalist, documentary filmmaker, and author who has written on a variety of subjects for newspapers in England, Ireland, and other countries. Mr. Hunt has been involved in radical theater and drama for a number of ...
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