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Description: Interior of the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue (earlier address: 611 Elmside Boulevard), showing the stairway, with a telephone on a cabinet i...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of an office at Saint Mary's Sanatorium, founded in 1880 by Bishop Salpointe. View includes a desk, table, and chairs. A door opens to another r...
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: A telephone operator wearing a headset sits in front of a switchboard at the Oscar Mayer Co.
Description: Informal portrait of J. Robert Taylor at his desk talking on the phone.
Description: Kellogg box telephone, patented November 26, 1901, set on a stool in front of a painted background.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Valentine's Day card with a old-fashioned telephone inside a frame made of a blue ribbon, decorated with hearts and flowers. A cherub holds the receiver. A...
Description: Men, some of whom are dressed in overalls, make phone calls in a bank of telephone booths at Truax Army Air Field. Also in the image is a woman wearing a...
Description: Two reporters are sitting and waiting on a small stage in the spin room for the nominees to emerge from the Republican presidential debate. They are lookin...
Description: National telephone strike, showing one operator in the left half of east switchboard room of Wisconsin Telephone Company, 16 South Carroll Street.
Description: Alfred Krieg, chief engineer at International Harvester's Fort Wayne Works, sits behind an office desk.
Description: O.C. Harris talking on the telephone in the office of his business which is the O.C. Harris Company, 1217 East Broadway, Dane County's only twenty-four hou...
Description: William Fiebelkorn's family sit together in a sitting room. The two children pose with toys. There is a stuffed animal near William's feet. Anna Fiebelkorn...
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey and his secretary in his office in the United States Capitol.
Description: Madison City Manager Leonard G. Howell signing a proclamation designating Nov. 7-13 as Optimist Week in Madison. Looking on, left to right, are Charles Tho...
Description: Carl W. Regenberg, 1947 Community Chest chairman and salesman for Mautz Paint Company.
Description: Offices at International Harvester's Osborne Works (later known as "Auburn Works"). The offices are empty except for a lone switchboard operator. A sign ha...
Description: The Advertising Department of the "Wisconsin State Journal" has artists, copy writers, and technical experts to "help you shop."
Description: The London office of the Associated Press, with Alvin Steinkopf working at his typewriter, center rear.
Description: Office workers at International Harvester's Akron Works. The works originally belonged to the Aultman & Miller Buckeye Company until it was bought out by I...
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