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Dimension Electronic PBX Series 100, 400 and 2000 Dimension Electronic PBX Series 100, 400 and 2000

Date added: 11/12/2009
Date modified: 11/12/2009
Filesize: 9.36 MB
Downloads: 4287

Dimension Electronic Private Branch Exchange

1959 - Call Director Introduced - Telephony Mag. 1959 - Call Director Introduced - Telephony Mag.

Date added: 10/28/2009
Date modified: 03/10/2013
Filesize: 825.07 kB
Downloads: 830

" Bell Introduces Streamlined Pushbutton Telephone," Telephony 1/7/59.

1959 - DEW Line- WECo Ad 1959 - DEW Line- WECo Ad

Date added: 10/28/2009
Date modified: 03/10/2013
Filesize: 2.74 MB
Downloads: 1051

"Western Electric and National Defense" ad features Nike and Terrier missiles, DEW Line and SAGE. From Telephony Mag. 3/21/59.

1959 - Dew Line And White Alice - Telephony Mag. 1959 - Dew Line And White Alice - Telephony Mag.

Date added: 10/28/2009
Date modified: 11/11/2009
Filesize: 2.57 MB
Downloads: 648

"Telephone Organizations Build, Maintain DEW Line, White Alice," Telephony, 2/7/59.

1959 - Headset Amplifier Introduction - Telephony Mag. 1959 - Headset Amplifier Introduction - Telephony Mag.

Date added: 10/28/2009
Date modified: 11/11/2009
Filesize: 2.11 MB
Downloads: 577

"Bell Transistor Amplifier Aids Telephone Operator," Telephony, 3/21/59, Cover and p.51.? Also ad for Automatic Electric featuring AE 88-T speakerphone.

1941 Michigan Bell News Lines (Dec) 1941 Michigan Bell News Lines (Dec)

Date added: 10/28/2009
Date modified: 11/11/2009
Filesize: 2.44 MB
Downloads: 959

December 1941, Vol 1, No. 12, Article on Christmas Day Long Distance Demand during WWII.

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Telephone Collectors International was incorporated under the laws of the state of Kansas on May 13, 1986. The goal of the organization is "to educate the public, as well as the members of the Corporation, regarding the history of telephony, the value of old telephones and related items, their collectability and preservation; to research telephone history and publish and provide literature thereon; to promote the public exhibition of old telephones and related items; and to promote common courtesies and guidelines for use by the public." Telephone Collectors International is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization, to which U.S. tax deductible contributions can be made.