Comments: Is it possible to set up a candlestick phone to work in my house?
Added: March 3, 2012
Submitted by Name: Cameron Lee From: Markham, Ontario ATAC #4341 E-mail: Contact
Comments: Trying to find wiring diagrams for Beco and Western Electric Linesman- * * * phones.
Added: February 20, 2012
Submitted by Name: george aimone From: nc E-mail: Contact
Comments: chuck.. Hello again. im try to find a member in the club from asheville and some info on a porecelain sign and some number card papers.. can u help? Hope all is well. im gonna make a phone show one of these years greeting from fl... george
Added: January 30, 2012
Submitted by Name: David Hermansen From: Chandler,AZ E-mail: Contact
Comments: I really enjoyed the info and restoration tips.
Added: January 25, 2012
Submitted by Name: steven wilson From: LaFollette, Tennessee E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm writing a novel about Theodore Roosevelt and I have him talking on a telephone in New York in 1895. Does anyone know what kind of phone might that be, what does it look like,and how does it operate.
Added: January 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: richard irwin From: margate fla E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Mary Jane Merilatt From: Seguin, Texas 78155 E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a stand up brass candlestick phone made by American Telephone and telegraph # 323, patent usa Jan 14 1913. My mother-inlaw gave me this phone.
Added: November 4, 2011
Submitted by Name: John Pribble From: Jacksonville Florida - Jesup Georgia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Still an OSP Engineer retired from SBC - ATT - BellSouth. Looking for a source of the Outside Plant Handbooks "the thick ones" sometimes known as Lucent. I know at one time these were available in .pdf format. Anyone have one they would like to share? Thanks in advance if you do.
Added: September 15, 2011
Submitted by Name: Bret Richardson From: Polson, Montana E-mail: Contact
Comments: My wife was thrift shopping, and at garage sales the other day and found a beautiful oak phone in almost mint condition. The reciever part looks brass and has Patented in USA November 1910 stamped on it. there is a box just below with a slot for 5 cents, 10 cents and 25 cents. The placard just above that says, "Call central office as usual, do not deposit money until told by operator" The front opens and there is a dial inside. This phone is so neat! Can anyone tell me more about it?