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Notes by Alexander Graham Bell, undated

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, March 1875

Letter from C. Mardonard to Hugh Allan, September 29, 1875

Letter from C. Mardonard to Hugh Allan, September 29, 1875

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, March 1875

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Alexander Melville Bell and Eliza Symonds Bell, November 26, 1876

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Alexander Melville Bell and Eliza Symonds Bell, November 26, 1876

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, 1876

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, 1876

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 22, 1877

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 16, 1877

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Elisha Gray, January 11, 1877

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 22, 1877

Letter from Benjamin Peirce to Alexander Graham Bell, April 20, 1877

Letter from John Peirce to Alexander Graham Bell, July 7, 1877

Letter from Gertrude McCurdy Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, March 17, 1877

Letter from Benjamin Peirce to Alexander Graham Bell, April 20, 1877

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Elisha Gray, January 11, 1877

Letter from Gertrude McCurdy Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, March 17, 1877

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 16, 1877

The Bell Magneto telephone in 1877

Letter from Cornelius Roosevelt to Alexander Graham Bell, October 9, 1878

Circular by James C. Watson, February 25, 1879

Circular, April 26, 1879

Drawing, September 23, 1879

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, August 4, 1879

Circular by James C. Watson, February 25, 1879

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, January 21, 1879

Circular, February 27, 1879

Drawing, September 23, 1879

Article, October 25, 1879

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, August 4, 1879

Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, January 21, 1879

Article, October 25, 1879

Circular, April 26, 1879

109 Court Street Boston

109 Court Street Boston where both Bell and Berliner worked

Letter from Mabel Hubbard Bell, February 27, 1880

[Grover Cleveland, Daniel Manning, William C. Whitney, William F. Vilas, and Lucius Q.C. Lamar fishing with young George Washington while Daniel Lamont is on telephone]

Letter from Mabel Hubbard Bell, February 27, 1880

[Old couple looking at telephone while young couple watches]

Letter from Thomas Lockwood to E. T. Holmes, August 5, 1884

Letter from Thomas Lockwood to E. T. Holmes, August 5, 1884

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to W. B. Forbes, January 8, 1885

American Bell Telephone Co. and Western Electric Co., Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889

[Norwegian chalet in front of the Telephone Building (with tower), Paris Exposition, 1889]

Native market of the Kavirondo tribe - woman in foreground wears tassel which is the tribal insignia of a married woman; Anklets are of telephone wire, Victoria Nyanza, Tanganyika, Africa.

Tel. Co. [i.e., Telephone Company] switchboard

Panorama of tel. Co. [i.e., Telephone Company] switchboard

Tel. Co. [i.e., Telephone Company] switchboard

4 women at tel. [i.e., telephone] switchboard

Telephone co.-central switchboard

Tel. Co. [i.e., Telephone Company] switchboard

[African American men, prisoners, with two mules working on roadbed(?) between electrical and telephone poles in Georgia]

Clipping, February 2, 1899

Clipping, February 2, 1899

Blind girls operating telephone switchboard

N.Y. Telephone

Field Telephone, U.S.A.

[Unidentified man with telephone operator]

Admiral Goodrich receiving wireless telephone

The Bell Telephone office at Hamburg, N. Y.

Starr Murphy seated at desk with telephone

Map of the island of Porto Rico showing the lines of signal communication, telegraph, telephone, and heliograph, operated by the Signals Corps, U.S. Army, with military posts.

Jap[anese] telephone girls

Short distance telephone in Alabam'

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Manager of the New York Telephone Company, February 23, 1901

Map of Trinity Bay, Telegraph Station of the Atlantic-Cable.

Drawings by Alexander Graham Bell, January 8, 1902

[Blanche Bates, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, on telephone]

Drawings by Alexander Graham Bell, January 8, 1902

[Young girl playing with a wall telephone]

Portrait of Prof. C.W. Roush, principal of the Broken Bow Business College, and his stenographer, Miss Mable Holcomb.

Letter from Edward J. Hall to Alexander Graham Bell, May 27, 1903

Portrait of Prof. C.W. Roush, principal of the Broken Bow Business College, and his stenographer, Miss Mable Holcomb.

Letter from Edward J. Hall to Alexander Graham Bell, May 27, 1903

Bakery in Overton, Nebraska.

[William Howard Taft, three-quarter-length portrait, seated facing left, on telephone] / copyright by Harris & Ewing.

[Woman using early home telephone]

[Thomas W. Lawson, full-length portrait, seated at desk, facing right, on telephone, alongside ticker tape machine]

C & P TELEPHONE CO. EQUIPMENT

C & P TELEPHONE CO. DORM ROOM

C & P TELEPHONE CO. GARAGE

C & P TELEPHONE CO. EQUIPMENT

C & P TELEPHONE CO. WIRING

C & P TELEPHONE CO. GARAGE

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas A. Watson, January 25, 1905

C & P TELEPHONE CO. SWITCHBOARDS

C & P TELEPHONE CO. MAN ON PHONE

C & P TELEPHONE CO. CLERICAL OFFICE

[WM. H. TAFT] ON TELEPHONE

Man in office on telephone with disappointed look: "--my mother--"

Man in office on telephone with disappointed look: "Is this you, John?" "Yes." "Well--"

[Santa Claus with children and toys: Santa in his workshop talking on telephone and surrounded by toys]

Letter from Thomas A. Watson to Fred DeLand, November 28, 1907

Letter from Thomas A. Watson to Fred DeLand, November 28, 1907

Letter from Fred DeLand to Thomas A. Watson, November 20, 1907

House in which Daniel Drawbaugh invented the first telephone in the early 1860's

[Joshua W. Alexander, Democrat Congressman from Missouri, half-length portrait, seated with candlestick telephone in hand] / National Photo Co., Washington, D.C.

"At the telephone"

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