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The New York Electrical Handbook: Being a Guide for Visitors from Abroad ... - Page 121
by American Institute of Electrical Engineers - 1904 - 312 pages
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Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers

Electric engineering - 1906
...subscription of $25,000 from the American Telephone and Telegraph Company; the Western Electric Company; the New York Telephone Company and the New York and New Jersey Telephone Company. Subscriptions are promised by other electrical manufacturing and public service corporations, while...
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Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers

Electric engineering - 1906
...subscription of $25,000 from the American Telephone and Telegraph Company; the Western Electric Company; the New York Telephone Company and the New York and New Jersey Telephone Company. Subscriptions are promised by other electrical manufacturing and public service corporations, while...
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Report of the Joint Committee of the Senate and Assembly of the State of New ...

New York (State). Legislature. Joint Committee to Investigate Telephone and Telegraph Companies, George Allen Davis - Telegraph - 1910 - 35 pages
...the New England Telephone Company, and the lower part of this State was served as before stated by the New York Telephone Company and the New York and New Jersey Telephone Company, both of which operated lines extending beyond the borders of the State of New York. By means of mergers...
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Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volume 23

New York (State). Legislature. Senate - Government publications - 1910
...increase. Q. He goes on to state that formerly they were told that on account of the two companies, the old New York Telephone Company and the New York and New Jersey Telephone Company, that that charge had to be made, and he regards the argument as gone now, that there is a consolidation....
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