LINKS

Some links change, some links go away, some links don't work!

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The Bell System Memorial a very comprehensive web site and I suggest you order the CDs:

 http://www.bellsystemmemorial.com

 Telephone Collectors Sites: (Join them)

http://atcaonline.com    

           http://www.telephonecollectors.org

            http://www.telephonearchive.com

 Old Telephones Part Source:

             http://www.phonecoinc.com 

 Another Telephone Parts Source is:

http://www.oldphoneman.com

Telephone Cords (Cloth Too!)

            http://www.houseoftelephones.com/

 Converting your rotary dial phone to a Tone Dial with memory:  (and Pay Phone parts)

            http://www.oldphoneworks.com           Look for the “rotatone” 

 Doing your own telephone station wiring:

            http://www.wire-your-phones.com/

 Telephone Schematics and Diagrams:

            http://www.telephonecollectors.info/

 Information from Canada (US & Canadian Phones):

http://www.islandregister.com/phones/phonelink.html

Text on Repair of Old Telephones:

http://www.navysalvage.com

          Helpful hints on telephone repair, they will also do it for you. Look at the links.

 General Tools and Modern Telephone Supplies:

http://www.sandman.com

Great on-line catalog.

http://www.vikingelectronics.com

Business accessories and special telephones. 48 VDC, 20 Hz, Power supply.

 Electronic Parts:

http://www.allelectronics.com

General electronic supplies, test leads, capacitors, relays, etc.

http://www.mpja.com       (Recently added a cable tester/probe kit)

MPJA for general electronic supplies, test leads, capacitors, relays, etc.

            http://www.mouser.com/

                        LARGE catalog of all kinds of parts

            http://www.jameco.com

                        Not as large as Mouser but a very good source

Another Page with hard to find information links 

            http://www.telephonetribute.com   

I like the page http://www.telephonetribute.com/signal_and_circuit_conditions.htm which has all the sounds, like old dial tone.

Old Catalogs and BSP’s     (BSP is Bell System Practice)

            http://www.telephonearchive.com

            Many scanned documents and catalogs. Also a page of internet links. Most complete collection of Pay Phone diagrams, courtesy of Jim Prather.

Kellogg Switchboard and Supply

            http://www.strombergcarlsontelephone.com/kellogg/kellogg_main.htm

                         LOTS of documents, well worth a visit (be sure and put a ream of paper in your printer before you visit!)

 Telecom General Information:

http://www.epanorama.net/links/telephone.html