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Contributed by Steve Cichorsky. OCR by Karl Brose.
Contributed by Steve Cichorsky.
Contributed by Steve Hilsz and Steve Cichorsky.
From Paul Vaverchak's library. Contributed by John Novack.
May 1935. Includes tools. Contributed by Ken Stubblefield. OCR by Clint Gilliland.
Contributed by Ralph Meyer in support of a Listserv discussion on March 18, 2014. Watch for updates.
"A few people expressed interest in this subject, so I put together a pdf file with notes and diagrams. There is one caveat on my notes. I have not actually tried everything that is described, but I have done most of it. So I would welcome any feedback on mistakes (I don't think so) or additions that would be helpful."
Contributed by Steve Cichorsky. OCR by Clint Gilliland.
38 pages. AE Intercoms, Auto-Com, Idealfones, Serv-U-Fones, P-A-X, Monotype manual and magneto systems.
32A47, 32A48, 33A17, 33A18, 33A10, 34A16, 32A1, 32A21, 35A5, 32A14, AM-10 Outdoor Monophone, AM-21 Flush Wall Telephone, Switchboards, Monochime, Extensicord.
Contributed by Ken Stubblefield. OCR by Clint Gilliland.
5MB. July, 1944. 4055D Supercedes 4055-C. Contributed by Steve Cichorsky. OCR and size reduction by Clint Gilliland.
8MB. Oct 1975. From Automatic Electric Catalog 11,000. Includes 80E, 80E conversion kit, AE90M, Starlite, Styleline, 183 Spacemaker, 95 Panel, 881 Speakerphone, 890 Data Retrieval Subset, 187 Multi-line, 85 Two-line, Key System Equipment, Secretarial Answering Equipment, Outdoor Housing, Railroad Telephones (Magneto), Test Telephones, Signals, Keys, Dials, Handsets, Accessories, Electronic Secretary, Conference Set, Entryphone, and Voice and Data Couplers. Ordering codes and product numbering details. OCR / Size reduction by Clint Gilliland.
OCR / Size reduction by Clint Gilliland.
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