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Hope you’ll take this opportunity to talk to people while you are on your next trip up or down.
Human beings are social animals and we must interact with others in order to develop and learn more about ourselves and the world in general.
Want to nerd out with us on a little elevator history? 😀
Elisha Graves Otis is often credited with developing what we know now as the elevator. He established the Otis Elevator Company in the mid-1850s. He debuted his invention in New York City at the Crystal Palace Convention.
Before Otis’ invention, many avoided using an elevator due to safety concerns. The cables/ropes hoisting an elevator up and down would at times snap, bringing all of the elevator’s occupants down, too. This safety hazard was soon solved by Otis’ ingenious idea of installing spring technology into the elevator. Soon, the success of Otis’ invention spread all over America, and his company got the contracts to build elevators in renowned buildings like the Rockefeller Center.