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Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Mr. E.H. Sohner, General Superintendent of International Harvester's Bettendorf Works, wears a three-piece suit and sits in an office chair to pose for a p...
Description: A large office full of male and female clerks at desks, working on papers and talking on the phone in the Time Keeping Department at International Harveste...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Teenage girls are interested in talking on the telephone.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Posed view of a nurses' station in the recently-constructed Methodist Hospital
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Four beds line either side of the sleeping porch at the farmhouse of J.E. Joyce. A telephone hangs on the wall and striped curtains cover the opened window...
Description: Letterhead of F.H. Smith, proprietor of a local and long distance telephone company, bicycle shop, and dry goods business in Pardeeville, Wisconsin, with a...
Description: A man, probably a factory manager, sitting at a large desk in an office at International Harvester's Ft. Wayne Works. A large map of the United States is h...
Description: Four men and one woman seated around a table make telephone calls.
Description: Maple Bluff fire chief Lawrence Nielsen places the first official dial call on Madison's new 100 percent dial phone service.
Description: Original caption reads: "Ralph W. Page, G.M. [of] Tri-State Ice Cream Co. Taken by Madison Branch House."
Description: A woman with a ukulele in a household setting.
Description: Armand F. Ketterer, principal of Franklin Elementary School, shown discussing an Education Week poster with four eighth grade pupils. Left to right: Sandra...
Description: Marjorie White of 25 East Dayton Street wears a fur coat and head scarf as she uses what is alledged to be the first 24-hour, outdoor-accessible pay phone...
Description: Levers, toggles, and indicator lights make up the switchboard at the Eastwood Theatre, 2090 Atwood Avenue.
Description: Traffic control room of Aero Mayflower Transit Company of Indianapolis. Men and women are seated at desks in an office setting. A few of the employees are...
Description: Cousins set up a road-side stand to sell fruits and vegetables grown by their grandfather.
Description: Charles T. Davies, Mazomanie representative of the Wisconsin Telephone Company, receives the first dial telephone call to be handled through the Wisconsin...
Description: In a scene still for "Women's Weapons," Nicolas Elliot (played by Elliot Dexter) sits at his desk looking stunned. His wife Anne Elliot (Ethel Clayton) sit...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Ansel Adams talks on the telephone in his home office.
Description: Municipal pumping station, corner of Main Street and Military Road. A telephone booth is on the right.
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