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Description: Jesse Smith is on the job as desk sergeant at the Madison Police Department.
Description: Female telephone switchboard operator at work.
Description: Women work in the packaging and shipping department of the Floralo Incense Company, located at 1212 Regent Street.
Description: Interior view of the new University of Wisconsin ticket office in Camp Randall Stadium.
Description: John C. Moore and Louise Strauss sitting at a desk at H.W. Moore Co., an International power equipment dealership. Mr. Moore was president of the company a...
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: Child's Valentine's Day card with a pink telephone on a large red heart. The text on the upper left reads "Nothing "Phoney" About This! Be My Valentine". T...
Description: Maple Bluff fire chief Lawrence Nielsen places the first official dial call on Madison's new 100 percent dial phone service.
Description: Florence Gill, a volunteer blood donor for the Red Cross, receives a call from a volunteer requesting a donation.
Description: Shown at the American Association of University Women tea and dinner, from the left: Dr. Althea Kratz Hottel, national president and dean of women at the U...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A corner view of the Courthouse and public square. Utility lines are visible. Baers Stationers.
Date: date unknown
Description: Informal portrait of J. Robert Taylor at his desk talking on the phone.
Description: Norman Clapp, Appleton High School student, seated in the governor's chair, represents Wisconsin in the around-the-world telephone conversation held in con...
Description: Mrs. Rose E. Amoth works at the new police telephone switchboard at the police station, 14 South Webster Street.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A kitchen counter is a good perch for a teenage girl's telephone conversation.
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: A map that shows the lands for sale by the Tomahawk Land Company of Tomahawk, Wisconsin, in the counties of Langlade, Lincoln, Oneida, and Price. The map s...
Description: Anthony Comstock in his New York office.
Description: A chair stands on a rug beside a built-in desk in the home of Adolph Betz. A telephone sits on an end table beside the desk.
Description: Exterior view of the three-story brick National Bank building.
Description: Storage room for telephones to be installed.
Description: Grace Putnam, executive secretary of the Madison Woman's Club, in the Woman's Building, 240 W. Gilman street.
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