Planning for telephones in buildings for the use of architects, engineers, builders, owners : New York Telephone Company

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Other contributor

1928
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Maker and Role
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Other contributor
Production Date
1928
Description
Part I. General considerations -- Part II. Facilities for cables -- Part III. Facilities for wires -- Part IV. Public telephones.
Physical Description
73 p. : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Media/Materials
Signature/Marks
Telecommunications Section
MOTAT Ink Stamp
III (G) (ii) Pencil
Superintending Engineer
P. & T. Dept., Auckland. Ink Stamp
Circulated to all
Engr Staff
GR Pencil
1 Mar 1936 Ink Stamp
CELab F450
25/9/35 on 30/66 Pencil
P.O. 141 Memo
Note by Chief Engineer
F.450 25/9/35 on TE AK 30/66
In cases where it is desired to adopt methods described in this book which conflict with present practice, this Office should be consulted. Hand-written
Accession No
13-0762
Credit Line
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. 1928. Planning for telephones in buildings for the use of architects, engineers, builders, owners : New York Telephone Company, 13-0762. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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