Advertisement -- American Telephone & Telegraph Co. (AT&T)
Periodicals -- Illustrations.
Advertising, Magazine -- United States -- History.
Half page advertisement for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company.
Evolving from the Bell Telephone Company, the American Telephone & Telegraph Company created the first nationwide long-distance network with a commercially viable cost-structure (also known as AT&T Long Lines). Starting from New York, the network reached Chicago in 1892, and national long distance service reached San Francisco in 1915.
Volume 59, number 1529, page 191.
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