Submitted by Name: Lisa Rawn From: British Columbia E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have acquired a Northern Electric N317G Oak Wall Phone dated 1915. I need a mouthpiece and earphone hook, as the ones with it dont appear accurate from photos I have seen. Which phones had a longer mouthpiece reach? Earlier? Public? Who can consult with me on this phone so that I can re-fit it to original. I would cherish some assistance!! Thanks Lisa in McBride, BC Canada
Added: November 22, 2011
Submitted by Name: John G. Haferbecker From: 2633 skyview rd.Amherst jct. Wi. 54407 E-mail: Contact
Comments: You folks have helped me in the past, I was looking for a wiring diagram, and you were very helpful, Thank you, I am now looking for printable Diagram's of the Western Electric 634 A and 534 A ringer boxes, . Thank's john H.
Added: November 18, 2011
Submitted by Name: Holly Davis From: On-line goggle search E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just doing research on antique telephones. I have 7 of them,2 of them were easy, 3 with little to no info, & 2 German WWI. Hope finding your site will help. Thanks in advance for letting me check out all the cool antique.
Added: November 17, 2011
Submitted by Name: kevin brodeur From: Newington, ct USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a Saskatchewan Government Telephone. Does anybody know it value?
Added: October 27, 2011
Submitted by Name: Roger Agnoli From: Clifton, New Jersey E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have (I Think) a 1907 Cathedral top, Oak, wall style, Magneto Telephone
has a tested by tag inside s.h.Couch Co Inc Boston, Mass 6-24-07
Did S.H. Couch make a single station wall Telephone about that time or
did they do testing for another manufacturer???
Added: October 14, 2011
Submitted by Name: Anthony D'Avella From: Ludlow KY E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just purchased an old Kellogg wall telephone from Ebay...it looks like it needs a little TLC....I cannot wait till it arrives.I am trying to get as much info on the phone as possible so i can restore it to it's original beauty.I know nothing about it and am willing to learn,looks like i have found a new hobby.
Added: October 5, 2011
Submitted by Name: harold wright From: S.E. Al. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was a telephone man in early 60's. Just found your site and I think it is great. I might want to join membership ranks. I have page 1 of 42 titled "wiring a touch tone pad to any antique telephone" and hope to find rest of article somehow.
Added: October 4, 2011
Submitted by Name: Ron Mulhollen From: Cleveland, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I recently purchased an American Bell Telephone Co. candlestick phone that I would like to get into working order. The telephone gets a dial tone and though it has a dial, does not dial out. I'm in the process of purchasing a W.E. 684A Eqv. subset box that I understand is compatible with my phone. I'm looking for someone in the Cleveland area that I can hire to do the wiring. Please contact me if you can do the wiring or if you know of someone who can.
Added: September 28, 2011
Submitted by Name: joseph sheppard From: largo F L E-mail: Contact
Comments: i was told that your groop might be able to help me find a book by Steven Hilsz caled painles phone wioring anney help wood be helpfull thanks Joe S
Added: September 23, 2011
Submitted by Name: John Christy From: Bellerose, New York E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was at a street fair this past weekend and I saw an old telephone truck and I got to speak to the owner of the truck (#6) and he told me about this site and glade that he told me about the site. Now I have an old Kellogg switch board wall phone still has all the guts and I have 2 batteries and it is in good condition. Now my question is how I find out where the phone was manufactured and in what year and the approximate value of it? Can anyone give me some information. Thanks