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  • Early Manufacturers of Telegraph and Electrical Apparatus
    The manufacture of electrical instruments, mainly those used in fire alarm and police devices, will be continued as heretofore, and the company will also deal as usual in telegraph, telephone and electrical light apparatus " Ref "The Telegraph Age," May 1, 1905 (13 ) The Manhattan Electrical Supply Co
    VERY EARLY LAND-LINE TELEGRAPH EQUIPMENT (1) (prior to 1860s) - - (50 - 159) After Morse's successful 1844 demonstration of sending the MORSE code with a key called the "Correspondent" made by Vail to a "register" that made ink marks on paper tape, numerous manufacturers began producing apparatus to take advantage of this new technology
  • Early Telegraph Registers - SparkMuseum
    The telegraph is an early example of the Wheatstone apparatus and is made from silver, brass, mahogany and iron See pg 100 figs 13a and 13b in Pioneers of Electrical Communication Breguet Dial (ABC) Telegraph Transmitter
  • Telegraph-History
    Early Manufacturers of Telegraph and Electrical Apparatus An article and web site that lists U S telegraph manufacturers that were in operation prior to 1918 Also included are over 415 manufacturer ads with notes about the companies and people associated with them
  • The History of the Telegraph - Create QR Codes: A Crash . . .
    An early version of the telegraph called the electrochemical telegraph was created by a German man named Samuel Sommering This was quite a complicated machine that used bubbles and corresponding letters
    early land-line telegraph equipment : later than 1881 (1001-3000) EARLY STEEL LEVER KEYS : Later than 1881 (1001-3000) After the Civil War, Railroads, Telegraph Companies, and Businesses provided a growing market for the many types of apparatus being produced
  • Telegraph Equipment - PRC68. com
    Although the very early telegraph equipment tried to allow for a non skilled operator (Morse's patent was for a machine that printed a strip of paper with dots and dashes), the method that won out was based on an operator trained to recognize the sound of the Morse characters on a "Sounder"
  • Telegraph Antiques | Collectors Weekly
    Telegraph Antiques Samuel F B Morse, who also devised the famous dots-and-dashes code for tapping out messages using a telegraph key, the electrical telegraph began as a small network of telegraph lines owned by Morse’s Magnetic Telegraph Company, connecting Boston, New York City, Continue Reading

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