Insulator, Phone and Miscellaneous Related OW Collectors and Organizations

Insulator, Antique Phone and Miscellaneous Collectors and Organizations

 

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The Electric Orphanage, the owner and operator of Song of the Open Wire, is a non-profit entity.  Its actions on this website and were elsewhere represented, are based upon objective analysis and approaches this general subject in a non-partisan manner for the preservation of technical communications artifacts and information regarding them.   Without charge to the representatives of these various businesses, collectors, show organizers and related agents, the following business cards and showbills are publicized at this site. The Electric Orphanage has no financial or other organizational ties, connections or profits generated from these people, organizations and shows below.  Buyer beware.  Investigate before you buy.

As a public aid to those readers visiting this website, The Electric Orphanage, will publicize gratis, various organizations, shows, collector sites, and businesses relating to them myriad of general topics expressed in Song of the Open Wire’s Website.  This is a courtesy to promote the cause and interest of technical preservation and to educate others as to the import of this subject.

 

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If your organization is related in any way to the telecom preservation artifacts field, we will be happy to publicize your event at no cost.  Send your information to “Contact Us” at the home page of Song of the Open Wire, and we will respond promptly.

 

Collectors and Businesses of Insulators, Telephones and Related Interests

 

Telephone Collectors International is an organization of telephone collectors, hobbyists and historians who are helping to preserve the history of the telecommunications industry through the collection of telephones and telephone related material. Our collections represent all aspects of the industry; from the very first wooden prototypes that started the industry to the technological marvels that made the automatic telephone exchange possible.  If any of this interests you, we invite you to join our organization. Look around and see what we have to offer. Thanks for stopping by!

Telephone Collectors International
3805
Spurr Circle
Brea, CA 92823

714-528-3561

If you would like to be listed here, provide your information to: openwire@earthlink.net.  Or access “Contact Us” at the Song of the Open Wire website.