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English: 1924-era telephone switchboard on display at the Atlanta History Centre in Atlanta, Georgia.
Original description reads: Can I direct you? An authentic switchboard from 1924. Listed numbers include: Delta, Greyhound, DeKalb & Atlanta Police, GA Baptist, Emory, Piedmont, and Crawford Long Hospital.
Date 2004-11-15 (First uploaded here 2006-05-07, higher-resolution version uploaded 2009-01-16)
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