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1916 WE Catalog No 3 - Magneto Excerpt - Pages 190 To 205 Ocr R
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Terms Defined: GROUNDED LINES, METALLIC LINES, BRIDGING LINES, SERIES LINES, PRIVATE LINES, INTERCOMMUNICATING SYSTEMS, PARTY LINES, CODE-RINGING NON-SELECTIVE, SELECTIVE SIGNALING, HARMONIC.

Phones: 1317 variations, 1305.

Components: 350W Transmitter, 329W Transmitter With No. 5A Transmitter Bracket, 143AW Receiver, 22 Type Generator, 48 Type Generator.  No3. Contributed by Steve Cichorsky.  OCR by Clint Gilliland.

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