Northwest Bell Telephone Company


Northwest Bell Telephone Company


A telephone installer, showing a woman, sitting down at a small round table, how to use a new rotary telephone. The woman holds the receiver in her right hand. The woman wears a blouse and slacks, and the installer wears work clothing, of a shirt and jeans. He also wears a tool belt with tools. On the left wall is a window, with small curtains covering the lower part of the window. Behind the woman can be seen kitchen cabinets, and a kitchen counter. The table cloth cover the round table has heart on the bottom of it. Unidentified

Date Created



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jpg, tiff


black and white Kodak Safety Film





Temporal Coverage

Dickinson, ND

Original Format

Safety Film Negative

Physical Dimensions

2.25 x 2.25

Cataloguer's Notes

No receipt.

Physical Location

Box 88-1

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“Northwest Bell Telephone Company,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed February 27, 2020,