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Rules for Telephone Operators, 1907

Tuesday, October 8, 2013


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From The American Telephone Journal, November 23,1907, and succeeding numbers. It has not been possible to complete the series, as we have not yet found the 1908 numbers of the magazine on line.


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From The American Telephone Journal, December 28, 1907. Americans still consider it a shocking crime to spare the trees where utility wires run, and a shocking waste to put utility wires under the ground.