Samuel Finley Breese Morse (1791–1872) epitomized the titans of the Industrial evolution in America with his wide-ranging accomplishments in technology and art. Although not his only contribution, Samuel Morse is best known for his invention of the telegraph and the code which bears his name.
On Thursday evening, photojournalist Jim DelGiudice details the life of the Massachusetts-born Morse, who worked for a time in New Jersey. Mr. DelGiudice will speak at 7 PM at the DeCorso Center at 15 East Fourth Street in New Providence.
Refreshments will be served afterward.