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Annotated Bibliography Primary Sources Book Cooper, Gail. Air-Conditioning America. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1998.

United States. Pages 8,9,25,27. This firsthand account is important to our website since it has information on how John Gorrie and Willis Carrier created the air conditioner. It explains how John Gorrie created the original design, but Willis Carrier solved the humidity problem. Interview Poy, Isella M.D. Personal Interview. November 9, 2011. Dr. Poy explained how vitamin D deficiency effects so many lives, and the A/C can cause it. Picture Carrier, Neil H. Willis Carriers Family Gmail. Email sent on November 5, 2011. https://mail .google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=13b4dd8e2c&view=att&th=133762206608c959&attid=0.1 &disp=inline&zw 11/5/11. This primary source is an important picture of Willis Carriers family sent by Willis Carriers sixth cousin once removed. Article

Dunaway, Angela. When The Patient Asks: What should I know about vitamin D? Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Gale. 2011. Vol. 24, Issue 7, page 55. 11/5/11. This firsthand account explains the benefits and effects of vitamin D. Article Popular Science First Air-Conditioned Auto Modern Mechanix.com. Nov, 1933.

http://blog.modernmechanix.com/2007/05/18/first-air-conditioned-auto/ 11/5/11. This primary source emphasizes how important the first air-conditioned devices were. Picture SemSense. Great Inventions. The Color. 2007. /Great%20Inventions.aspx 11/8/11. This website has a drawing of a boy enjoying the air out of the air conditioner next to him. Article/ Picture Steinmetz, Katy. Air-Conditioning The New York Times. July 12, 2010. http://www.thecolor.com/Category/Coloring

http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2003081,00.html 10/25/11. This primary source describes how the air conditioner revolutionized summer time and made it more tolerable, especially on hot days in the south. This picture has a window unit air conditioner. Picture

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<http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2008/07/dayintech_0714> 11/5/11. This primary source has a picture of Dr. Gorries U.S. patent 8080. Picture The History of Air Conditioning Quality Auto AC. http://qualityautoac.com/ac_history.shtml 11/5/11 This primary source has a picture of a late 1940s model of the Carrier Air Conditioner. Picture Ortiz Heating and Air Conditioning. The History of Air Conditioning Ortiz Heating and Air Conditioning. May 19, 2011. http://www.ortizheatingac.com/blog/air-conditioning/thehistory-of-air-conditioning 11/5/11. Picture of Fridgedaire Air Conditioning in Chevrolet vehicles. Picture Air Conditioner History Felegan. http://felegan.net/?p=722 11/5/11 A picture of an early twentieth century air conditioner. Picture Barry, Kyle. Dining Outside: A Conundrum On The Marque. August 28, 2010. http://kylebarrydesign.wordpress.com/2010/08/28/dining-outside-a-conundrum/ 11/5/11 In this picture is Willis Carrier and his first air conditioner.

Picture The Anatomy of Melancholy Figure 1 Tumblr. June 29, 2010.

http://theanatomyofmelancholy.tumblr.com/post/751899950/diagram-of-john-gorries-icemachine-from-u-s 11/5/11. A diagram of John Gorries ice maker. http://www.generalmarine.org/images/old_carrier_ac.jpg We chose this website because it has a picture of a later model of Willis Carriers air conditioner. Picture Flickr. Air Conditioner with Girl Flickr.com June 26, 2006. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 85218425 @ N00/ 178840032/ November 8, 2011. This picture has a girl with a modern version of an air conditioner. Music Foster, Sutton. Air Conditioner. Wish. Big Machine Records, 2009. This music is titled Air Conditioner and expresses the theme of our topic. Secondary Sources Newspaper Article Sanders, Jacquin. Willis Haviland Carrier, 1876-1950, inventor of air conditioning. St. Petersburg Times Turn. November 28, 1999. http://www.sptimes.com/News/112899/ Floridian/Willis_Haviland_Carri.shtml> 10/5/11.

This newspaper article is a good source for our history project because it is a biography on Willis Carrier, the inventor of the modern air conditioner. This secondary source is very useful to our page on founders of the air conditioner. Website Wolfe, Steven J. HVAC Time Line SSAW Home Services Company. 1998. http://ssawservices.com/rses/timeline.html 10/25/11. Steven Wolfes webpage lists how many, many people contributed to the modern air conditioner. This secondary source explains that the idea for refrigeration and conditioning was first developed in 1748. Website Oremus, Will. A History of Air Conditioning Slate July 22, 2011.

http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/culturebox/2011/07/a_history_of_air_conditioning.htm 10/20/11. This secondary account will be useful to our website because it describes how air conditioning changed the world- for the better and for the worst. Website Sanders, Sam The Long Hot Road to Modern Air Conditioning. NPR 2011

http://www.npr.org/2011/08/03/138924245/the-long-hot-road-to-modern-air-conditioning October 20, 2011

This website is informational to our project because the author writes about how both John Gorrie and Willis Carrie had parts in the air conditioner. This secondary source explains not just one person invented the air conditioner. Website Chapel, George L. Gorries Fridge. University of Florida. http://www.phys.ufl.

edu/~ihas/gorrie /fridge.htm 10/5/11. Dr. John Gorrie was the first person to invent air conditioning and refrigeration. This secondary account is important to our website because it is a detailed biography of John Gorrie. Website Ross, Donald E. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Essay. Greatest Engineering Achievements of the Twentieth Century. 2011. http://www.greatachievements.org/ ?id=3867 10/5/11. This secondary account is important because it describes how the air conditioner improved and what it was like without any air conditioners. The timeline tells when each structure with air conditioning was built. Website Florida Center for Instructional Technology. Famous Floridians: Dr. John Gorrie. Famous Floridians. University of South Florida. 2002. http://fcit.usf.edu/florida/lessons/gorrie/ gorrie.htm 10/21/11

This site is a descriptive biography of Dr. John Gorrie. It is a very important secondary source to our project.