The contents of this collection were selected in 1977 from the Salt Lake City archives of Mountain Bell Telephone and Telegraph. Martie Collett selected which represented of reflected Ogden and Salt Lake City telephone history as well as materials reflecting Utah telephone history in general.; This collection is arranged in reverse chronological order.; Stamp; History; History; History; Statistics; Place names; Almanac; Correspondence; Monographs; History; Telephone Centennial Commemorative stamp; Utah Telephone History: Six public relations booklets describing telephone history. Includes some reproductions of old photographs within the booklets.; Ogden Telephone History: copy of the 1882 listings in Ogden, monograph on Ogden telephone history; Misc. materials on telephone history in Utah. These were included in Mountain Bell's Bi-Centennial folder. Some items on the celebration of the 6,000,000 th telephone installation in 1976.; Copy of the 1890, 1900, and 1910 population statistics in Utah; List of of unusual place names in Utah and a description of the origin and/or meaning of each. This list was compiled by R. A. Hart of the SLC Chamber of Commerce; 1932 Telephone Almanac printed for Bell System Subscribers by American Telephone and Telephgraph Company; 1948 Correspondence establishing Emma Nutt as the first woman telephone operator; Two monographs describing telephone company contributions to television; Five items, each describing some phase or some part of telephone history in general in Utah as well as the rest of the country
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