Folder GSP - General Tel System Practices (by Doc #)


Folder GTE Handbooks and Indices

Contains scans of the index sections of handbooks.  Documents contain an alphabetic index that lets you find a product by keyword and a numeric index to find a GSP by number.  Note that each handbook contained only the GSPs in common use at the publication date.  To learn the history of a product, several issues of a GSP (in several different handbooks) must be located and studied. 

Contributions of scans from more issues of each handbook are welcome. 


pdf GTE 032-210-150 I7 Jan77 GTE Test Cord Plug Adapter Assemblies Popular


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pdf GTE 032-301-101 I1 Feb65 Plugs For Telephone Service Popular


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