Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Item : The Bell Telephone System and its parent company the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1924
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Harvard University - Baker Library
Collection consists of published court documents pertaining to American Telephone and Telegraph Company vs. United States of America and Federal Communications Commission
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
50 mail sacks, containing more than 200,000 checks representing April 1922 dividend payments on American Telephone and Telegraph Company stock, leaving the company's building at 195 Broadway for the post office
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
Collection consists of records relating to the AT & T conferences held at Dartmouth College. Includes letters to participants, lists of participants, bulletins, schedules, syllabi, and course descriptions
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Diary, 1830, of Mortimer F. Delano, describing trip to France and Italy; memoirs of Frederick M. Delano, including account of his connection with the National Bell Telephone Company (from 1876); clipping of published letter of F.M. Delano, Jr., describing confrontation with U-boat during World War I; and miscellaneous correspondence, biographical information, and clippings
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Ten speeches on topics related to public relations and recollections of promotional work done for the American Telephone & Telegraph Co. by the founder of Dudley Anderson Yutzy, an early New York City public relations agency
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of an AT&T public relations and marketing executive, consisting of correspondence, internal memoranda from Shaw to people in the Bell System, speeches, articles, and miscellaneous papers and reports Subjects discussed include public attitudes and corporate image, rate-making and governmental regulations, and marketing and market research