Telephone’s early adopters | Actonbooks

An aside into Victorian business life is the fact that when a London solicitors sent a letter on April 27 1885, its headed paper quoted the firm’s telephone number. The number was 1095 and th…

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3 thoughts on “Telephone’s early adopters | Actonbooks

  1. This reminded me of ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’. When the London house of the Bellamy family had phones installed. Mrs Bridges was scared to use it. I loved that series so much, I watched the whole thing again, when it was repeated on ITV 3.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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