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Southwestern Bell Telephone switchboard operators in the 1960's.

Southwestern Bell Telephone switchboard operators in the 1960's.

写真家が捉えた昭和のこども | 過去の展覧会 | 八王子市夢美術館

写真家が捉えた昭和のこども | 過去の展覧会 | 八王子市夢美術館

Phone, vintage, rotary, green, low voltage, 60s, old telephone, vintage telephone

Phone, vintage, rotary, green, low voltage, 60s, old telephone, vintage telephone

“Lunch atop a Skyscraper” by Charles C. Ebbets    #photography #vintage

“Lunch atop a Skyscraper” by Charles C. Ebbets #photography #vintage

My "Nana" was a "PBX" Operator connecting calls to phone lines to complete the calls. It made her deaf in one ear & swapped jobs there and started dipping candies at "Sailors Chocolate's" in Alameda. My Brother and Sisters and myself visited her at work & watch her dip & wrap chocolates. We always sampled a few ( a bunch) & take some home. Like "I Love Lucy" working on the line & chocolate's were falling off the end so she was stuffing her mouth and clothes full so she wouldn't get fired.

My "Nana" was a "PBX" Operator connecting calls to phone lines to complete the calls. It made her deaf in one ear & swapped jobs there and started dipping candies at "Sailors Chocolate's" in Alameda. My Brother and Sisters and myself visited her at work & watch her dip & wrap chocolates. We always sampled a few ( a bunch) & take some home. Like "I Love Lucy" working on the line & chocolate's were falling off the end so she was stuffing her mouth and clothes full so she wouldn't get fired.

analog audio tape cassette nostalgia - tapedeck.org

analog audio tape cassette nostalgia - tapedeck.org

Telephone operators, 1952

Telephone operators, 1952

Flora Sandes (22 January 1876 – 24 November 1956) was the only British woman officially to serve as a soldier in World War I. Initially a St. John Ambulance volunteer, she travelled to Serbia, where, in the confusion of war, she was formally enrolled in the Serbian army. She was subsequently promoted to the rank of Sergeant major, and, after the war, to Captain."

Flora Sandes (22 January 1876 – 24 November 1956) was the only British woman officially to serve as a soldier in World War I. Initially a St. John Ambulance volunteer, she travelled to Serbia, where, in the confusion of war, she was formally enrolled in the Serbian army. She was subsequently promoted to the rank of Sergeant major, and, after the war, to Captain."

1957 Phone booth. It seemed like dime calls would last forever.

1957 Phone booth. It seemed like dime calls would last forever.

at the beach | 1925

at the beach | 1925

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