CHESTER... MORE THAN EARMUFFS A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHESTER GREENWOOD BY NANCY PORTER

CHESTER... MORE THAN EARMUFFS
CHESTER... MORE THAN EARMUFFS
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Chester Greenwood lived in Farmington, Maine, all of his life. His name didnít become a familiar one to local folks until 1977 when a parade in his honor was established because he invented and patented earmuffs. However, his fame spread when Maine TV crews came to Farmington to film parades and to interview people of interest. Some of those human-interest stories were shared with national TV viewers. Kids became interested in Chester because he invented the earmuffs as a fifteen-year-old, and teachers frequently used him as an example to show that kids could be inventors, too. This is the story of Chester Greenwood, Farmington, Maineís most famous inventor. 88 Pgs Paperback