See pictures of the Bulb's
110th Birthday Party!
The Bulb is in Ripley's Again!
The Bulb is also in Guinness Again for 2013!
Welcome to the homepage of the Centennial Bulb, the
Longest burning Light Bulb in history. Now in its 112th year
of illumination. For those of you coming here for the first time,
feel free to explore the pages of our amazing little bulb, with
pictures, stories, facts, and history.
For a special treat from us for the season follow this Holiday Link!
The webmaster of the committee gave a Bulb Presentation, at Sugar Hill Elementary, in Gainesville, Georgia, to a 1st
, and 5th grade class. Please follow the link to see pictures.
With a heavy heart I must report the passing of Huell Hauser. He really was a gentle and kind man
who brought fun and excitement into our lives with his truely unique perspective. As part of his legacy
he donated all of his episodes to be put online free of charge at Chapman University. You can see his
Centennial Bulb episode with the late Lynn Owens at Episode 11002.
The webmaster of the committee stopped by the museum, at NFWHS, in Fort Worth, Texas, to see the
famous Palace Bulb, and it's committee!!! Please follow this link to see pictures.
Chris Leps has copies of the movie Century of Light available at createspace.com!!
But more importantly he has a new movie in production named Wholehearted.
Our intrepid photographer Dick Jones has just made his first book named Aerial Photography,
and is in the process of making another based on his mothers poetry, soon to be released.
Juliett Goodrich has also released a new children's book named I Am Special Because I Smile,
which is about the Special Olympics.
A new unique Shelby Light Bulb was found sealed in a wall
of Adolph Chailett's home in Shelby, Ohio!!!
Please follow this link to
Tom Clabaugh's page,
A light from our distant past.
Or go to the articles page to read the Shelby Globe,
as donated by Tom Sutter, an old Shaaggy Shelbian.
If you are returning, our newest additions are, a tv spot from David Letterman and
Stephen Colbert, NPR, FREE POSTCARDS,
a tour of the old Livermore Fire Stations
by Lynn Owens, a visit from Jeanine Benca
& Jim Stevens from the East Bay News Group with the articles,
a visit From Carolyn Jones and Michael
Macor of the SF Chronicle, a visit with Mike
Dunstan, the original reporter who broke the news of the
bulb to the world, a visit to the MUSEUM
in Shelby, Ohio, as guided by Sally Maier historian, the stories
of our latest visitors, Chris Leps of
Hollywood, making the documentary A
Century of Light, Cosima Dannoritzer
from Spain who made the documentary The Light Bulb Conspiracy, and Karin
Steinberger from Germany.