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1930 WE Catalog - Linemen's Test Sets (extract)
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Name:1930 WE Catalog - Linemen's Test Sets (extract)
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Extract from the 1930-31 Western Electric Telephone Apparatus and Cable catalog - pages 223 and 224, showing test sets for the lineman.  Includes No 1017-type, 90510 to 90530, 43A, 45A and 1020C test sets.  Tables list components of 1017B, 1017C, 1017E, 90510, 90511, 90512, and 90530.  1020C is a combination of 20C and 1019C test sets.  Contributed by Paul Fassbender.

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