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Soapine trade card (front)Soapine trade card (back) Soapine trade card
(Kendall Mfg Co.)
Wisconsin Michigan Power Company's Sportsman's Fish and Game HandbookBag your limit, but... PLEASE DON'T SHOOT INSULATORS! Winconsin Michigan Power Company's "Sportsman's Fish and Game Handbook" back cover: Bag your limit, but... PLEASE DON'T SHOOT INSULATORS!
Program cover for 1987 Foster-Forbes factory tour Program for the 1987 Foster-Forbes factory tour and celebration as "the oldest continuous operating glass plant in the United States" with a claimed 181 years in glass manufacturing. 1905 postcard: Little Pierrot on a wire has climbed... This 1905 postcard is the cutest kids/insulators image the author has ever seen. More are available in the postcard ring.
Years of Progress 1935 Bell Telephone ad, Years of Progress HAVE BROUGHT MANY IMPROVEMENTS IN TELEPHONE SERVICE, with great cut "New York City in 1890" showing crossarm/wire madness. The continent that became a neighboorhood 1930 Bell Telephone ad, The continent that became a neighborhood, with very nice lineman-on-pole artwork.
L. G. Tillotson trading card Victorian era trading card of L. G. Tillotson, manufacturer and dealer in railway and telegraph machinery. L. G. Tillotson trading card Another Tillotson card; the unfortunate fellow has been cuckolded via telephone, a new twist to an old, old problem.
"Spirit of Communication" "The Spirit of Communication" - This 24', 16 ton bronze statue by Evelyn Beatrice Longman, commissioned by AT&T in 1916, stood originally atop their old New York skyscraper. The Genius of Electricity "THE GENIUS OF ELECTRICITY", from the statue by Antonio Rosetta, Rome. One of a pair of statues, the other is of James Watt and called The Genius of Steam.
215,000 Glass Insulators from Whitall-Tatum This 1928 photo shows a line of trucks waiting to load at the Whitall-Tatum plant: 215,000 insulators for American Electric Co., bound for Rio de Janeiro, S.A. Operating Force of the Central Union Telephone Office, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1902 Operating Force of the Central Union Telephone Office, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1902