Chinatown began its own telephone service in 1887. The new Chinese Telephone Exchange opened in the fall of 1901. Just around the corner from Grant at 743 Washington was the venerable Chinese Telephone Exchange. It was the only Chinese language telephone exchange outside of China itself.

Chinatown began its own telephone service in 1887. The new Chinese Telephone Exchange opened in the fall of 1901. Just around the corner from Grant at 743 Washington was the venerable Chinese Telephone Exchange. It was the only Chinese language telephone exchange outside of China itself.

Framed Type Study - Telephone Exchange

Framed Type Study - Telephone Exchange

Subterranea Britannica: Research Study Group: Sites: Kingsway telephone exchange

Subterranea Britannica: Research Study Group: Sites: Kingsway telephone exchange

Subterranea Britannica: Research Study Group: Sites: Kingsway telephone exchange

Subterranea Britannica: Research Study Group: Sites: Kingsway telephone exchange

Gore Hill Emergency Telephone Exchange at St. Leonards,in the Lower North Shore of Sydney in  1942.  •Willoughby Council•

Gore Hill Emergency Telephone Exchange at St. Leonards,in the Lower North Shore of Sydney in 1942. •Willoughby Council•

This BT-owned telephone exchange is notable as it contained one of the last working Strowger (electro-mechanical) exchanges to be taken out of service in Scotland. Description from geograph.org.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

This BT-owned telephone exchange is notable as it contained one of the last working Strowger (electro-mechanical) exchanges to be taken out of service in Scotland. Description from geograph.org.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Telephone exchange - Wikipedia

A telephone exchange is a telecommunications system used in the public switched telephone network or in large enterprises. Shown is a 1924 PBX telephone switchboard on display at the Atlanta History Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Subterranea Britannica: Research Study Group: Sites: Kingsway telephone exchange

On January 28, 1878, the Boardman Building in New Haven became the site of the world’s first commercial telephone exchange, the District Telephone Company of New Haven. The exchange was the brainchild of Civil War veteran and telegraph office manager George Coy in partnership with Herrick Frost and Walter Lewis.

On January the Boardman Building in New Haven became the site of the world’s first commercial telephone exchange, the District Telephone Company of

The windowless AT&T Long Lines Building in Downtown Manhattan. A telephone exchange and data center it was built during the Cold War and designed to survive a nuclear blast. [1280x853]

The windowless AT&T Long Lines Building in Downtown Manhattan. A telephone exchange and data center it was built during the Cold War and designed to survive a nuclear blast. [1280x853]

Subterranea Britannica: Research Study Group: Sites: Kingsway telephone exchange

strowger telephone exchange - Google Search

strowger telephone exchange - Google Search

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