1977 >> December  

Message to readers about contents for this month....



Insulator ------ Bugs?

   by Larry Larned


The transcontinental telephone toll line was constructed by American Telephone & Telegraph Company in 1915. The line was constructed from New York to San Francisco and routed through Trenton, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Des Moines, Omaha, Denver, Cheyenne, Salt Lake City, and Sacramento. 

...                    [more]


A Closer Look At Corning Pyrex Insulators

   by Jeff McCurty


Upon receiving a request for information on their insulators, Corning Glass Works always seems to be most interested in helping. The Historical Resources Department, headed by George Southworth, with the thorough research completed by Mr. Otto Hubert, has supplied me with quite some fascinating information in ...                    [more]


Porcelain Insulator News

   by Jack H. Tod



By the tine you read this in early December, the following book should be available:

ELECTRICAL PORCELAIN (A History of the Industry in the United States) by Jack H. Tod, 1977, softbound, 8-1/2" X 11", 180 pages, $13.50. See ad in this issue.

...                    [more]

| Magazine Home | Search the Archives |