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Commercial Telegraphers Journal

Commercial Telegraphers Journal

Volume 20, No. 1 (January 1922), through Volume 21, No. 11 (December 1923)

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Published by Commercial Telegraphers" Union of America in Milwaukee, Wis. .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL25893902M
OCLC/WorldCa10159799

  Thomas C. Jepsen’s biography, Ma Kiley: the Life of a Railroad Telegrapher (Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso, ) comes from Mattie Kuhn’s autobiography, “The Bug and I: Parts ,” Railroad Magazine, April-June Jepsen took his lead from the narrative and tracked down the records that substantiated the story. Just as we . The role of the telegraph operator in the mid-nineteenth century was like that of today's software programmer/analyst, according to independent scholar Tom Jepsen, who notes that in the “cyberspace” of long ago, male operators were often surprised to learn that the “first-class man” on the other end of the wire was a the computer, the telegraph caused a .

Telegraphers, the largest in the national organization, on Sunday last, by a large majority, voted against taking in as mem bers commercial telegraphers, confining tho membership to railway telegraph op erators. J. F. S. Goodav. creneral manacrer of the Great Eastern road of England, and H. S. uruid. superintendent of the same, are in. Despite telegraphers' efforts to prevent it, telegraph schools sprang up around the country, and the telegraphers lost control of teaching telegraphy. Jim Thompson at his telegraph desk, ca. [20] In , there w telegraphers on all railroads represented by The Order of Railroad Telegraphers.

It is certain that Joseph Henry was important to the history of the telegraph in two ways. First, he was responsible for major discoveries in electromagnetism, most significantly the means of constructing electromagnets that were powerful enough to transform electrical energy into useful mechanical work at a distance. Much of Morse's telegraph did indeed rest upon Henry's . La Grange Journal. (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, Aug Page: 2 of 8 This newspaper is part of the collection entitled: newspaper is part of the collection entitled.


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World War I and the Strike of Working conditions for telegraphers improved briefly after the American Telephone and Telegraph Company acquired control of Western Union in ; salaries were adjusted, a pension plan was established, and many offices were modernized.

However, after the two companies were once again separated in to prevent prosecution. The Phillips Code is a brevity code (shorthand) created in by Walter P. Phillips (then of the Associated Press) for the rapid transmission of press reports by defined hundreds of abbreviations and initialisms for commonly Commercial Telegraphers Journal book words that news authors and copy desk staff would commonly use.

There were subcodes for commodities and stocks called the Market. April, Commercial Telegraphers Journal, Vol Commercial Telegraphers Journal book 4, Headquarters Notes, Quote PageColumn 1, Published by Commercial Telegraphers’ Union of America, Chicago, Illinois.

(Verified with scans; thanks to John McChesney-Young and the University of California, Berkeley library system) ↩. NUMBER APROX. YR NUMBER APROX. YR 80,(Continued) No numbers Reported KEY START DATE/SOURCE STOP DATE/SOURCE ORIGINAL June Still in production "The Commercial Telegraphers’ Journal", JunePg.

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United Methodist Church), Quote Page C1, Column 4, Mansfield, Ohio. amateurfunk homepage, dl4py, cochem, telegraph key museum, morsetastenmuseum, lines von der mÄusespitz, usa, vibroplex. Notes: In the opening scene of the story, the telegraph company clerk and a customer wrangle over whether a message contains fifty words, allowing it to qualify for a special rate.

As the March issue of The Commercial Telegraphers' Journal explains, “The ten word limit on telegrams has for years been the basis of much fun among the jokesmiths who. The Commercial telegraphers' journal: the official organ of the Commercial Telegraphers Union of America.

Vols. 20 & 21 Vol No. 1 (January ), through Vol No. 11 (December ) Digitized by Google Topics: Telegraphers -- Labor unions, Telegraphers -- Labor unions -- Periodicals, Telegraphers.

Order my book, My Sisters Telegraphic: Women in the Telegraph Officefrom. Commercial Telegraphers' Union of America Journal. The journal of the Commercial Telegraphers' Union, published from to Conot, Robert. A Streak of Luck. New York: Seaview Books, The non-manuscript holdings at the Reuther Library, also known as the Library Collection, contain more t book and periodical titles, a substantial vertical file, published union convention proceedings and reports, union contracts and constitutions, pamphlets, and.

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Senate, July 9, from the FultonBag and Cotton Mill Digital Collection. The earliest example I found of the phrase is in a letter in Commercial Telegraphers' Journal (AugustVol. XVIII, No. 8): So long, boys, see you in the funny paper. "" J. HANNA, Box Another in the Union Postal Clerk (MarchVol.

XCII, No. 3): We will see you in the "funny paper" next month. PRESS COMMITTEE. Telegraphy is the long-distance transmission of textual messages where the sender uses symbolic codes, known to the recipient, rather than a physical exchange of an object bearing the message.

Thus flag semaphore is a method of telegraphy, whereas pigeon post is not. Ancient signalling systems, although sometimes quite extensive and sophisticated as in China, were. A railroad telegrapher, for instance, sometimes operates signals in addition to this other work.

A commercial telegrapher must compute the fee on each message sent, and must know how to carry out the general office duties which may be allotted to him. Railroad telegraphers have excellent opportunities for advancement.

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