Telephone: The First Hundred Years

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Harper & Row, 1976 - Business & Economics - 369 pages
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A centennial history of Mr. Bell's invention, its impact on and importance in American life, and the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, the world's largest corporation

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This book documents the rise of modern telephony (from Bell to AT&T in the 70s when the book was written). The author apparently did research and also had access to some of AT&T's internal info for ... Read full review

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The Colossus of Talk
3
Beginnings
35
Through the Valley
59
Copyright

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JOHN BROOKS was an award-winning New Yorker staff writer and author of several critically acclaimed explorations of business and Wall Street. Besides Once in Golconda, these include The Go-Go Years (Wiley), The Games Players, Business Adventures, and The Fate of the Edsel.

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