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I have an old Sears Roebuck wooden Wall Phone the I am restoring and the only part I am missing is the Receiver Hook. I am told that this receiver hook is a Chicago, does anyone have one of these for sale or know where I can find one? :)

Added: March 22, 2010
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ALL OF THE BOOKS I FIND ARE 90% ABOUT WESTERN ELECTRIC. ARE THERE ANY ABOUT STROMBERG C, ERRICSSON, CHICAGO, ETC. i'M SURE SOME MEMBERS DEAL IN REFERRENCE BOOKS.
SO, HEY! HERE'S NEW GUY!
THX,
GERRIE


Added: March 20, 2010
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Recently I acquired a couple of antique phones from the son of a railroad telegrapher in addition to a plethora of railroad (small stuff) and telegraphic equipment. My newly acquired Western Electric wall phone is now up on my wall (home office room) and a very good friend of mine happens to be a phone man so he was able to get this phone back to life and it really works!! I also acquired a special type of candlestick phone from the same donor in that the dialing system is separate from the unit. My friend will get this going when I can set up a special table/desk area for all the goodies. Lately I've been searching the Internet on Antique phone learning more about what I now own. It was nice to find your site.

Added: March 19, 2010
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I am looking for information on the 3 way stool that was used in the central office as a step stool, or small work bench. It had 3 different dimensions and was made by Western Electric out of Oak or other heavy wood. I am looking for one, or the dimensions.

A photo or two would be nice also.

Thank you in advance for your time and help.

Jay Underdown W0PS
ex: Long Lines and Ohio Bell.


Added: March 14, 2010
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I have been trying to find out some information on a wooden phone booth. Information as to age of booth and exactly who the manufacturer was. There is a plate on the booth which is inscribed:
C. H. Brownell 18431 Peru. Ind.

I hope someone can help me or direct me to a site where I can locate the info on the booth.

Thank You in Advance for your help

Frank C. Katona


Added: March 8, 2010
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I was just going through some old boxes of stuff my grandpa left me and came across a very old (1908) Bilton "Telephone Aparatus" (patent 919812) in exceptional condition. It's missing the mouthpiece, but other than that, it's mint. Can anyone tell me what this is worth? Is anyone interested in buying it?

Thanks!
Lisa


Added: March 7, 2010
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Just started to babble in old oak wall phones.Hope that this will be the beginning of an interesting hobby. :)

Added: March 4, 2010
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I just acquired a Western Elec. 3 slot phone and will need parts.
Found about your Association on the internet and might want to join.


Added: March 4, 2010
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Added: February 27, 2010
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Great web site I enjoy being a member of the ATCA.Are there any other sites or members that deal with more info on outside plant? any such info would be appreciated. :o :o

Added: February 26, 2010
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