TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

History

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Bibliography

Detailed Description

Series I: Administration/Business Records, undated, 1877-1980

Series II: Accounting / Finance Records, 1882-1985

Series III: Corporate Relations, undated, 1915-1995

Series IV: Product Service Development, undated, 1889-1967

Series V: Studies, Reports, and Plans, undated, 1911-1985

Series VI: Subject Files, undated, 1879-1994

Series VII: Publications, undated, 1878-1998

Series VIII: Predecessor and Subsidiary Companies, undated, 1878-1979

Series IX: Memorabilia, Artifacts, and Artwork, undated, 1904-1990s

Series X: Audio/Visual, undated, 1951-1998

Series XI: Photographs undated, 1878-1998






Southern New England Telephone Company Records



Finding aid prepared by Cynthia McElroy and Stephen Showers






Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center

University of Connecticut Libraries

405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205

Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1205

© 2005 University of Connecticut



Overview of the Collection

Repository: Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.
Creator: Southern New England Telephone Company.
Title: Southern New England Telephone Company Records.
Dates: undated, 1877-2003.
Quantity: 631.2 linear feet.
Identification: MSS19970122
Language: English.
Abstract: Established in January 1878 as the District Telephone Company of New Haven [Connecticut]; opened the world's first telephone exchange that same year. Reorganized as the Southern New England Telephone Company in 1882.

History

Chronology

1878 January 15, The District Telephone Company of New Haven was incorporated.
January 28, World's first commercial exchange opened in New Haven, Connecticut.
February 21, World's first directory issued in New Haven.
April 15, World's first private Toll line put into service, Blackrock to Bridgeport.
April 15, World's first telephone booth.
May 28, Reorganization as The Connecticut District Telephone Company.
June 15, World's first commercial toll line is put into service: Springfield to Holyoke, Massachusetts.
October 12, Name changed to The District Telephone and Automatic Signal Company.
1879 March 24, Connecticut's first woman operator, Marjorie Gray was hired in Bridgeport.
1880 Reorganization as The Connecticut Telephone Company.
1882 October 2, Southern New England Telephone Company was incorporated.
1889 World's first coin-box telephone.
1922 June 10, Connecticut's first dial unit cut into service in Hartford.
1945 October 21, SNET 500,000th telephone installed.
1953 First major telephone company to complete dial service.
1956 One millionth phone installed.
1962 December 9, Connecticut becomes the first state to be completely direct distance dialing.
1967 Electronic switching is introduced in Connecticut.
1970 Two millionth phone installed.
May; as a residential trial, SNET was the first company to offer call waiting, call forwarding and conference calling. The service was called “Totalphone.”
1979 November 15, the first company to use fiber optics in local telephone exchange.
1984 Bell System Divestiture.
December, Introduced the first fiber optic backbone system to serve a state communication network.
1986 Holding company structure approved by the DPUC: Southern New England Telecommunications Corporation created.
Completes an enhanced statewide 911 emergency system - the third in the nation.
1994 I-SNET, the first broadband information superhighway introduced.
1996 June 25, Introduction of one-second billing.
September 25, SNET granted the first statewide video franchise in the United States.
1998 October 26, SNET merged with SBC Communications Inc.

On 27 April 1877, Alexander Graham Bell gave a demonstration of his new invention, the telephone, at Skiff's Opera House in New Haven, Connecticut. This presentation piqued the interest and ingenuity of George Coy, a civil war veteran and manager for the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company. On 3 November 1877, George Coy was awarded a Bell telephone franchise for New Haven and Middlesex counties. This franchise stipulated that the Bell Company would own thirty-five percent of Coy's enterprise. This relationship was maintained for most of the history of the company.

Using carriage bolts, teapot lids and wire, Coy improvised a crude switchboard with 8 lines, each of which could serve up to 8 customers. Coy enlisted the financial backing of Herrick Frost, a prominent businessman, and Walter Lewis, superintendent of the New Haven Clock Company. On 15 January 1878, with the help of a young lawyer, Morris Tyler, the New Haven District Telephone Company was incorporated. On 28 January of that same year, the first commercial exchange was opened in New Haven with 21 customers. On 11 February the new company published the world's first classified telephone directory. The directory listed 50 customers.

The company reorganized several times over the next few years, seeking to raise money with larger capitalization to expand its territory and broaden franchise rights with the Bell Company in Boston. During this time, the company took over the pioneering exchanges in Hartford, Meriden and Bridgeport and began to build and promote toll lines. It is also of note that during this period the first woman operator in Connecticut, Marjorie Gray, was hired in Bridgeport. Despite this expansion, competition was so fierce Coy and Frost were compelled to sell controlling interest in the company to financier Jay Gould who in turn, used the company in a bid to gain control of Western Union. By the end of 1879, Western Union had conceded the telephone business to Bell in exchange for an agreement that the Bell companies would stay out of the telegraph business. Because of this settlement, Gould lost interest in the fledgling Telephone Company. In the meantime, Coy and Frost had approached Marshall Jewell, a former state governor, Postmaster General, ambassador, and chairman of the Republican National Committee to help raise money to, once again, raise capitol by reorganizing the company. In 1880, the company was reorganized as the Connecticut Telephone Company with Marshall Jewell as its president. A portion of the funds raised were used to buy out Gould's share, thus making the company wholly controlled by Connecticut investors again.

Within the next two years, the company was running twenty-four exchanges connected by toll lines and had over 3500 customers. A subsidiary company, the Inter State Telephone Company, had begun construction of a line between Boston and New York. And in 1882, the company was reorganized, yet again, as the Southern New England Telephone Company. Much expansion was envisioned for the company.

Two developments soon put a damper on the intended growth. The widespread introduction of electricity caused interference on the telephone lines. The problem necessitated a costly solution - the connection of every customer with “metallic circuits”: two copper wires rather then a single iron one. This also required the replacement of every switchboard. The second development was the failure of the New York-Boston line. The line was sold to the newly incorporated long-distance company, American Telephone & Telegraph. SNET also sold off its Massachusetts holdings for much needed capitol and made the decision to limit its operations to Connecticut.

The remainder of the 1880s was a period of very little growth and expensive equipment upgrades resulting in a period of severely limited company earnings. Problems were compounded by the Blizzard of 1888, which took down many wires and poles in the outlying areas. However, the 1890s ushered in a period of strong growth as the American economy began to expand rapidly. The number of telephones nearly tripled to just over 15,000 as rates were reduced and an advertising campaign began. Debts were paid off and dividends to shareholders were reinstated. During this time, Bell Company patents ran out and competition again became fierce. In 1899, the Connecticut Legislature recognized the monopolistic nature of the telephone business and passed laws creating barriers to the entrance of new companies. In 1911, this law was replaced by a Public Utilities Commission, which had the power to regulate rates and services for SNET and other utilities. With this help the company grew rapidly throughout the first years of the twentieth century.

During World War I, SNET suffered shortages of material and employees as resources were diverted to the war effort. Operators were hard to find and 50 men were sent to the Army Signal Corps. In 1918, the federal government assumed control of all telephone and telegraph companies. Before the companies were returned a year later, the government had instituted the first nationwide rate increase in an effort to cover costs of operation. SNET was left with a large backlog of service requests at the war's end.

Business picked up again in the 1920s as the conversion to dial service, which eliminated the need to go through an operator, was begun. But expansion was again halted when the stock market crashed in 1929 and the Great Depression ensued. The 1930s saw the first net loss of telephones since 1894. The dividend was reduced, sales efforts were stepped up, and lay-offs were only avoided by reducing work schedules. Also, in 1938 SNET saw one of its worst natural disasters. The Hurricane of '38 knocked out nearly a third of the telephones in the region and left 62 of 79 central offices without power. With the help of other Bell companies, SNET was able to reconnect all of its customers in 23 days.

World War II brought many of the same problems as the first World War. Over 740 SNET employees entered the military. During the war, only 4 party residence service was available, leaving the company with a backlog of 60,000 customers waiting for private service. In addition, inflation and high income taxes left the company's financial stability in question at the war's end. In 1947, SNET applied for, and was granted, its first rate increase in 20 years.

During the post-war years the economy, and the telephone business, grew rapidly. 500,000 phones were in service in 1945 and by 1956 the one million mark was surpassed. The conversion to the dial system was completed in 1953 and in 1956 an improved dial system called “crossbar” was implemented. By 1970 there were two million telephones in service. At this time the company underwent a concerted effort to centralize service for increased efficiency and simplified long-distance services.

In 1974, SNET's corporate parent, AT&T, was sued by the federal government to break up the Bell System monopoly on the telephone industry. In a 1982 settlement AT&T was required to spin off its local telephone companies to shareholders. The local telephone companies were prohibited from engaging in any other business except local exchange service until January 1984. Because SNET was only 22% owned by AT&T at the time of the agreement, the company was not required to comply with this ruling. In response, on 1 January 1983, SNET established the Sonecor Systems Division in order to take advantage of their special status. This subsidiary would distribute equipment made by a variety of different manufacturers. In August 1983, SNET announced a artnership with CSX, a railroad holding company, to build a network of fiber optic cables, called Lightnet, which was planned to link 43 cities in 24 states along the railroad right-of-ways. In February 1984, AT&T announced the sale of its SNET shares. A relationship that had lasted over a hundred years had ended.

In 1986, SNET reorganized its corporate structure once again to reflect its new diversified nature. The newly formed holding company would be able to better manage the new divisions and would now be called the Southern New England Telecommunications Corporation. In 1988, SNET formed a partnership with NYNEX to offer cellular service and in 1989 sold their share of Lightnet for $365 million dollars to Williams Communications. By the end of the decade, SNET had more then doubled its 1980 income level.

In 1991, amidst economic recession, SNET received its first rate increase in 10 years. During this year the company also established a new subsidiary, SNET Paging, Inc. which would offer paging service to Connecticut, Rhode Island and Boston.

The next seven years were a period of new product and service introductions for the company, including SNET 800 CustomLink (800 numbers for residence customers) and Smartlink, which included services such as Caller ID. In 1993, SNET announced plans to invest 4.5 billion dollars in I-SNET, a statewide, interactive information super highway, and launched SNET America, which would offer national and international long distance calling. This year also saw the beginning of an effort to downsize in order to reduce operating costs. Two thousand five hundred people were slated to leave the company by 1995. The introduction of SNET Internet came in 1995 and in 1996, SNET led the industry with the introduction of one-second billing. In 1997, J.D. Power and Associates rated SNET as the number one rated long-distance company in America. And in that same year SNET Americast, a cable television service, was launched. In addition, the acquisition of Woodbury Telephone Company, the only other independent telephone company in Connecticut, was completed.

On 5 January 1998, a transaction was announced that would merge the Southern New England Telecommunications Corporation and SBC Communications Inc., of San Antonio, Texas. On 26 October, after approval from stockholders, the FCC and CDPUC, the merger was officially completed. Although operating headquarters remained in Connecticut and the SNET name was retained, the company had officially come to the end of its days as an independent telecommunications service provider.

Return to the Table of Contents


Scope and Content

The records of the Southern New England Telephone Company (SNET) reflect the long history of a pioneering and innovative telephone company. The collection consists of material dating from the formation of the New Haven District Telephone Company and the invention of the switchboard in 1878 to the merger of the Southern New England Telecommunications Corporation and SBC Communications Inc. in 1998. However, the bulk of the material predates the 1983 Bell System divestiture.

The collection covers a wide range of records from SNET. It is particularly strong in advertising material with print, radio, and television information spanning sixty years from 1920 to 1980, early financial data, and photographic material that depict not only the business but the entire state of Connecticut. The company also kept an extensive file of “historical material” which contains town histories, exchange histories, personal recollections of key figures, and information about storms and disasters. The early correspondence found in Series I, Administration/Business, provides an interesting glimpse into the development of the telephone business and the telephone's acceptance in society. Of special interest might also be the records of the predecessor and subsidiary companies of SNET. The collection also includes a substantial set of directories ranging from 1878 to the 1960s. Included with the directories is the only known copy of the first directory ever printed.

The collection, however, has several gaps. The collection does not contain a substantial amount of personnel material. What few items there are can be found in Series I, Administration/Business. There is virtually no information on labor relations and there is very little information of a technical nature, or on product development.

Return to the Table of Contents


Arrangement

The collection is broken down into twelve series. The first five series reflect a breakdown loosely based on the 1991 SNET records management schedule. The remaining series are based on a pre-existing order or format.

Administration/Business (undated, 1877-1980)
Accounting/Finance (1882-1985)
Corporate Relations (1915-1995)
Product Service Development (1889-1942)
Studies, Reports and Plans (1911-1985)
Subject Files (1879-2003)
Publications (1878-1998)
Predecessor and Subsidiary Companies (1878-1979)
Memorabilia, Artifacts, and Artwork (1904-1990s)
Audio/Visual (1951-2003)
Photographs (1878-1998)
Restricted Material

Series I: Administration / Business (undated, 1877-1980) contains three subseries: Administration, Business-corporation, and Business - General. All are organized alphabetically. The first two subseries are based loosely on the 1991 SNET records management schedule. Administration primarily contains material such as correspondence, organizational charts, and procedure manuals. The correspondence files in this subseries formerly existed four ways. There was loose material, material indexed by letter in boxes, letterpress books, and binders of “executive letters.” The loose material and the boxed material are interfiled chronologically. The bindered material and letterpress books follow the loose material. The boxed material often contained additional material such as reports, contracts, receipts, and bills. For those boxes indexed by letter, major contributors to a section are listed in parentheses. Additional material may exist in each section. The Business - Corporation subseries contains material such as annual reports, minutes, by-laws, material associated with capitol stock, contracts and agreements and other material pertaining to the condition of the company. The Business - General subseries contains records that do not clearly indicate departmental provenance but do pertain to the workings of the business. For example, this subseries contains files on the purchase of other companies, records pertaining to rate issues such as rate increase cases and directory assistance charging, and material associated with the 1969-72 sale of the TWX system. A minimal amount of personnel material is also located in the subseries.

Series II: Accounting / Finance (undated, 1882-1985) contains six subseries arranged alphabetically; A.J. Alex, Chief Accountant-Comptrollers Office; Bound Volumes; Depreciation Accounting; General Accounting; Insurance; and Private Mobile Radio Loss. Oversized materials are listed at the end of the series. The A.J. Alex subseries dates from 1893 to 1958 with the bulk of material covering 1923 to 1958. The records are listed in the original numbered order from 1.01 to 114.1 with a gap from 71-112. Headings follow each number and summarize the foldered materials. There is no index. The records consist of memoranda, correspondence, notes, plans, diagrams, bills, deeds, procedures, brochures, contracts, studies, estimates, letters, orders, directives, reports, records, regulations, and minutes. The topics cover a wide range of issues pertaining to SNET accounting such as: holiday pay, billing, benefits, rates, contracts, government regulations, war-time procedures, office supplies fleet cars, and coin telephones. The Bound Volumes subseries spans 1882 to 1985, but the bulk of the materials date from 1882 to 1920. The subseries consists of books, journal, ledgers, and boxed folders and bound books arranged alphabetically. The topics include cash records, expenses, reports, vouchers, trial balances, spending, debits and credits, and accounts payable and receivable. The subseries provides an overall picture of early SNET spending, costs, and financing.

The Depreciation Accounting subseries dates from 1912 to 1981 and deals with material and equipment depreciation. Correspondence, minutes, instructions, reports, and procedures make up the bulk of the subseries, which is arranged alphabetically. The General Accounting subseries covers a 100-year time frame, from 1883-1983. It contains SNET bills/receipts, transfers, records, taxes, correspondence, and procedures. Sections of Circulars and Handbooks provide information about SNET general accounting methods and practices. The Insurance subseries spans 1921 to 1967, with the bulk of the information occurring from 1948 to 1967. The materials consist of policies, data, schedules, correspondence, bonds, fire and equipment insurance, statistics, leases, city/town insurance, and reports. The subseries is also alphabetically arranged, as is the Private Mobile Radio Loss subseries. A box of Mobile Private Radio Loss index cards is listed separately at the end of the subseries. The subseries focuses on SNET financial losses with Private Mobile Radio phones from 1951 to 1964.

Series III: Corporate Relations (undated, 1915-1995) is divided into four subseries: Advertising, Customer Complaints, Employee Information, and Public Information. The series is arranged alphabetically. Advertising covers the period from 1924 to 1988. The subseries contains material pertaining to SNET advertising campaigns such as correspondence, schedules, meeting minutes, programs, research, and studies from 1965 to 1980. Advertising budget and Yellow Page budget information is available from 1970 through 1980. The subseries is particularly strong in the decades of the 1960s and 1970s, with specific campaigns such as those for Business, Residence, UCONN Basketball and Football, and Long Distance Calling. Information such as correspondence, memoranda, and planning is also available for SNET promotions for such products as the Decorator Telephone, Calling Card, and Phone Store, 1968 to 1977. Newspaper ad samples are available from 1924 to 1931 as well as advertising samples labeled “Printed Material for Clients” produced by SNET from 1986 to 1988. There is extensive information for Yellow Pages advertising from 1973 to 1980 including studies, research, correspondence, and campaigns. The oversized material consists of original illustrations and artwork from the 1950s through the 1980s. Mechanicals, photographs, printing plates, and posters pertaining to advertisements are also included. Large binders contain sample advertisements ranging from 1955 to 1980 that reflect the cultural and social changes in Connecticut.

The Customer Complaint subseries does not have information on the department structure or policies. There is a Customer Comment Guide dated 1930. Most of the materials are contained in binders consisting of customer complaints to the Federal Communications Commission (1949-1969) and customer complaints and problems on rates, service, and equipment reported to the Connecticut State Public Utilities Commission (1915-1971). The subseries does not include correspondence from SNET to the customers or commissions. The Employee Information subseries is comprised of memoranda, correspondence, and plans for SNET personnel programs and some information on company policy (1970-1988). Programs and policies addressed areas such as: Ecology, Fitness, and Safety. There is a unique and interesting collection of Safety Cards promoting employee health, awareness, and safety from 1935 to 1965. Two oversized binders contain similar material. There is very little information of department structure, labor/management relations, or personnel policies and procedures. The series concludes with the Public Information subseries (1968-1995). This subseries consists of materials relating to promoting the SNET corporate image and public relations. Programs such as Corporate Symbol, Ecology, and Centennial contain correspondence, plans, and announcements (1968-1991). There is a collection of interviews with SNET Directors from 1976 to 1977. News releases, news conferences, and press luncheons are included from 1974 to 1992. A strength of this subseries is the collection of speeches, by top executives, that demonstrate SNET's commitment to public relations and community involvement (1965- 1987). The oversized material consists of informational packages dealing with topics such as the Centennial Celebration, Links To Learning Program, and World's Fair Promotion. Included in these packages are promotional items, announcements, program descriptions, and brochures (1964-1995).

Series IV: Product Service Development (undated, 1889-1942) is also based on the 1991 SNET records management schedule. This series is arranged alphabetically. It contains blueprints and diagrams from approximately 1889 to 1921. Included are diagrams of the Court Street building in New Haven, the Stamford dial office, the Grey Rock Place building in Stamford, a blueprint of the Coy switchboard, and others. The series also contains scattered engineering and plant records from the early twentieth century.

Series V: Studies, Reports and Plans (undated, 1911-1985) is organized alphabetically by title of the document, department or subject. There are mid-year and year-end reports from (1975-86) for Data and Information Systems; reports and studies pertaining to directory assistance charging issues, 1973-78; earnings and profit studies; a series of reports filed with the PUCA/DPUC, 1975-79; and other individual documents. The series also includes a collection of project reports, ranging from 1965 to the mid-1980s, available on microfiche. The material is organized first by microfilming project number and then alphabetical by acronym. Whenever available the meaning of the acronym is spelled out.

Series VI: Subject Files (undated, 1879-2003) is arranged alphabetically. The basis for this series was a set of files kept by the company as “history files.” Much of the material was gathered or created during the writing of a company history, Connecticut Pioneers in Telephony, by J. Leigh Walsh, published in 1950 (Dodd Call No. C 5356). The series contains materials such as files on exchange histories and facts, personal recollections, buildings, storms and disaster, and key figures in SNET history. Of particular interest in this series are files of town histories. These files often contain material of a general historical nature, as well as material associated with the telephone.

Series VII: Publications (undated, 1878-1998) is arranged in three sub-series: Clippings, Material Produced by SNET, and Material Produced by Others. The series also contains a listing of SNETPeriodicals for reference purposes. The Clippings sub-series contains newspaper clippings in scrapbook form dating from 1899 to 1997. Other clippings are from various newspapers throughout Connecticut and the region that pertain to SNET and telephone company issues. Of note is one large folder dedicated to the 1936 flood. The earlier scrapbooks are very fragile. The sub-series, Material Produced by SNET, is arranged alphabetically. It consists of bill inserts, pamphlets, booklets, and guides to service, all of which cover a wide variety of topics. The Material Produced by Others sub-series is also arranged alphabetically by title. It contains booklets, journals, pamphlets, guides, almanacs, magazines, and reports primarily published by ATT or the Bell System. The Periodicals have been pulled from the collection. They are listed for reference purposes and are cataloged in the university on-line system. It is arranged alphabetically by title in seven sections: an A to Z Titles List, Periodicals, Oversized Periodicals, Bound Periodicals, Oversized Bound Periodicals, Directories, and Bound Directories. The sections contain materials in different sizes and formats. Some titles changed formats and are listed in more than one section. The A to Z List directs the user to the various sections for each title. The Periodicals and Oversized Periodicals sections consist of SNET publications such as: newsletters, news briefs, magazines, bulletins, newspapers, guides, and directories. These materials are in folders that are boxed, numbered 1 through 6. The Directories section contains exchange directories produced for Connecticut that cover cities, towns and the whole state with Connecticut Statewide Directories. The section also lists directories produced by Predecessor and Subsidiary companies. Of interest is the only known copy of the first directory ever printed in the world from New Haven in 1878. There are also Official Directories of SNET departments, divisions, and employees and directories for Retired Employees. These materials are also in folders and boxes numbered 7 and 8. The Bound Periodicals, Oversized Bound Periodicals and Bound Directories are stored on shelves and are listed alphabetically and by year. They cover various SNET topics such as sales or news and the Bound Directories are “Phone Books” that show telephone numbers for many cities or towns and the whole state over a large span of years.

Series VIII: Predecessor and Subsidiary Companies (undated, 1878-1979) contains the records of those companies that have preceded or been absorbed by the Southern New England Telephone Company. The series is arranged according to a volume numbering system set up by the company. The series is comprised of two sub-series, Predecessor Companies and Subsidiary Companies. The sub-series Predecessor Companies contains the records of the District Telephone Company of New Haven, the Connecticut District Telephone Company, the District Telephone and Automatic Signal Company, and the Connecticut Telephone Company. The sub-series Subsidiary Companies includes the records of the Connecticut River Telegraph Company, the Connecticut Telegraph Company, the Naugatuck Telephone Company, the New London Telephone Company, the Stamford and Norwalk Telephone Company, the Interstate Telephone Company, the Ansonia Telephone Company, the Standard Time and Electric Company, the Windham County Telephone Company, the Fishers Island Telegraph Company, the Connecticut Electric Light Company, the New Britain Telephone Company, the Canaan Local Telephone Company, the Farmington Valley Telephone Company, the Sharon Telephone Company, the Waterbury Automatic Telephone Company, and the Woodbury Telephone Company. Most record groups contain minutes and incorporation material. Material such as journals, ledgers, financial data, and tax material are included with some.

Series IX: Memorabilia Artifacts and Artwork (undated, 1904-1990s) contains a wide variety of artifactual material such as: equipment, employee awards, commemorative material, general company memorabilia, promotional material, framed artwork, posters, scrapbooks, and a few miscellaneous maps. Although there is an attempt to organize the material there is no specific order. Of particular interest in this series is the scrapbook of E.B. Baker, a key figure in the early development of the company, and the minute book of the 1880 National Telephone Exchange Association Convention held in Niagara, New York.

Series X: Audio/Visual (undated, 1951-2003) has eleven subseries arranged by format. The subseries are Cassette Tapes; Reel to Reel Audio Tapes (5 inch); Reel to Reel Audio Tapes (7 inch); Record Albums (33 1/3 RPM); Video VHS; Beta (1 inch); Beta (3/4 inch); 16 Millimeter Sound On Film (3 inch reels); 16 Millimeter Sound On Film (5 inch reels); Microfilm 35 Millimeter and Microfilm 16 Millimeter. The subseries' organizations are alphabetical, except the microfilms, which follow SNET's original reel number order. The SNET Audio Visual Department, external production services, radio and television stations produced the materials in this series. It contains no documentation.

The Cassette Tapes cover such topics as meetings, commercials, employee information programs, interviews of SNET employees, public information programs, press conferences and other various topics pertaining to the communications industry. The recordings occurred from the early 1970s to 1982. The Reel to Reel subseries grouping is by 5 and 7 inch reel. The medium is reel-to-reel audiotape. The 5 inch topics are primarily SNET commercial recordings with some telephone related subjects and the 7 inch tapes are recordings of radio talk shows, speeches or press conferences. The time frame is 1970 to 1981. The Record Albums are Master Recordings of SNET commercials or topics on 33 1/3 vinyl disks from 1951 to 1965. The Video VHS tapes cover various SNET topics or programs such as public relations and SNET history from the early 1980s to 2003. The two Beta subseries are recordings on ⅓34; inch and 1 inch Beta tape also covering various topics from SNET and ATT in the early 1970s to 1990. The two 16 Millimeter Sound On Film subseries are also on two different sized reels, 3 and 5 inches. The films are SNET commercials with synchronized audio from 1964 to 1980. The Microfilm subseries consist of 35 and 16 millimeter microfilm organized by original SNET reel numbers. The dates listed are when the materials were microfilmed. The topics are Executive, Financial and Accounting related covering areas such as deeds, contracts, leases and meeting minutes from the early 1900s to 1980.

The materials in the Reel to Reel, Record Album, Beta and 16 Millimeter Sound On Film subseries are very fragile and require special equipment, careful handling and staff supervision for use. The equipment needed includes a reel-to-reel tape deck, 33 1/3 record player, Beta tape player and 16mm projector and screen respectively.

Series XI: Photographs (undated, 1878-1998) has eleven subseries: Contemporary, Contemporary Oversized, Transparencies, Contact Sheets, Contact Sheets Oversized, Historical, Historical Oversized, Historical Oversized Fragile, Historical Fragile, Slides and Negatives. The SNET departments Creative Services, General Information and Public Relations took the majority of the photographs. In other cases, SNET utilized independent photographers or studios and the services of ATT. There is very little documentation that accompanies the photographs although many have captions, headings, descriptions, SNET job numbers and location or date information.

The Contemporary subseries organization is in SNET's original alphabetical order by subject heading. The time frame spans from the 1930s to 1998. The subseries contains mostly 3 by 5, 4 by 6 and 8 by 10 print photographs enclosed in clear protective sheets and grouped by subject in folders. When readily available, dates are provided in the inventory list. Many items have information written on the back such as the date, location, subject and SNET job number. The job number can be cross-referenced to the contact sheets and/or negatives to obtain more information. The photographs cover a wide range of topics pertaining to SNET and Connecticut such as: meetings, groups, building, cities and towns, equipment, scenic areas, disasters, personnel, political figures, plant construction, operators, switchboards, SNET workers and telephones. The company used the photographs in advertisements, ceremonies, displays, promotions and company publications. The Contemporary Oversized materials are larger photographs or scrapbooks grouped alphabetically and by size.

The Transparency subseries arrangement remains in the original SNET order by transparency or “TR” number followed by a general heading. Other transparencies are grouped by subject. SNET used the materials for publication covers or advertisements. The Contact Sheets are organized first in ledgers by year, then boxed and foldered by SNET job number and corresponding dates. Freelance studios and topical contact sheets are included in the subseries. The sheets are rough prints of negatives and often give important information not found in the regular photographs. The Oversized section is organized by subject.

The Historical subseries are older SNET photographs from 1878 to the 1930s. However, some folders contain images of operators into the 1970s. The materials are also in protective sheets and folders organized in SNET's original alphabetical order by subject heading. They cover topics similar to the Contemporary photographs. The Historical Oversized materials contain larger photographs and scrapbooks boxed by size. The Historical Oversized Fragile materials are larger images requiring careful handling. They are mostly supported with backing boards. The Historical Fragile Restricted photographs are older, very sensitive materials in four flap enclosures that require staff supervision for access and use. Most of the photographs in all the historical sections are singular images with no negatives or copies and should be handled with extreme care. The Slides are arranged topically in trays and cover a variety of SNET topics and presentations. The Negatives 35 Millimeter Film subseries is filed by the SNET job number that corresponds to many of the Contemporary prints and the Contact Sheets.

Return to the Table of Contents


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

All materials less than 20 years old will be restricted.

All proprietary material will be restricted 26 years.

All personnel material will be restricted for a period of 75 years after the date of creation of the records with the following exceptions:

a. The individual named in the personal information, or their legal representative, if a signed release is provided to A&SC

b. Official representatives of SNET if such a representative provides a signed request from (name of SNET officer) on corporate letterhead.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and AT&T. Please consult with the curator for more information.

Return to the Table of Contents


Related Material

Archives & Special Collections has a substantial collection of materials pertaining to Connecticut businesses. For detailed information on these collections please contact the curator or ask at the reference desk.

Return to the Table of Contents


Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Subjects:

Document Types:

Administrative Records.
Advertising Records.
Artwork.
Audio cassettes.
Audio visual materials.
Blueprints.
Books.
Correspondence.
Financial Records.
Manuscripts.
Memorabilia.
Notebooks.
Photographs.
Publications.
Videocassettes.

Occupations:

Communications Company

Return to the Table of Contents


Administrative Information

Custodial History

Southern New England Telecommunications Corporation was the owner of the records prior to transfer of ownership.

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Southern New England Telephone Company Records. Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries.

Acquisition Information

SBC SNET donated the collection in July 2002.

Return to the Table of Contents


Bibliography

Reuel E. Benson, Jr.. The First Century of the Telephone in Connecticut., Illustrated by George De Costa. New Haven: SNET, 1978.
Allerton Frank Brooks. “Giving Wings to Words” Connecticut Origins of Modern Telephony, 1878-1953., New York: Newcomen Society in North America, 1953.
Victor Morris Tyler. A Short Review of Connecticut Telephony, 1878-1907., New Haven, 1957.
J. Leigh Walsh. Connecticut Pioneers in Telephony: The Origins and Growth of the Telephone Industry in Connecticut, New Haven: Morris F. Tyler Chapter, Telephone Pioneers of America, 1950.

Return to the Table of Contents


Detailed Description

Series I: Administration/Business Records, undated, 1877-1980
Administration
Correspondence
1:1 1877, 1879
1:2 1880
1:3 1881
1:4 1882
1:5 1883
1:6 1884
1:7 1885
1:8 1886
1:9 1887
1:10 1888
1:11 1889
1:12 1890
1890, Index box
1:13 1890 January - February
1:14 1890 March - April
1:15 1890 May - June
1:16 1890 July - August
1:17 1890 September - October
1:18 1890 November - December
1:19 Receipts, Notes, and other matter 1890 January - December
1:20 Statements of Business - Thomaston, Waterbury, Woodbury 1890 January - December
1:21 1891
1:22 1892-95
1:23 1896
1896 July - December, Index box
1:24 A
1:25 B (Baker, E.B., General Superintendent)
1:26 C (Clarke, E.N., Assistant Treasurer)
1:27 D (Doolittle, C.B., Superintendent of Toll Business)
1:28 E (Equipment reports- Waterbury)
1:29 F - H
1:30 I - L
1:31 N (New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad)
1:32 O - Q
1:33 R
1:34 S (Supply Department)
1:35 T (Tolls)
1:36 W - Z
1:37 1897
1897 January - June, Index box
1:38 A
1:39 B (Baker, E.B., General Superintendent)
1:40 C (Clarke, E.N., Assistant Treasurer)
1:41 D (Doolittle, C.B., Superintendent of Toll Business)
1:42 E (Embler, A.H., Equipment Reports - Waterbury)
1:43 G
1:44 H
1:45 J
1:46 K
1:47 L (Ladd, J.W.)
1:48 M
1:49 N (New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad)
1:50 O
1:51 P - Q
1:52 R
1:53 S (Sperry, W.N., Supply Department - Waterbury)
1:54 T (Tolls)
1:55 U - W (Western Union, Waterbury Traction Co.)
1897 July - December, Index box
1:56 A (Adams Express Co.)
1:57 B (Baker, E.B., General Superintendent)
1:58 C (Clarke, E.N., Assistant Treasurer)
1:59 D (Doolittle, C.B., Superintendent of Toll Business)
1:60 E (Embler, A.H., equipment reports - Waterbury)
1:61 G
1:62 H-L
1:63 M
1:64 N (New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad)
1:65 O
1:66 P - Q
1:67 R
1:68 S (Sperry, W.N., Supply Department - Waterbury)
1:69 T (Tolls)
1:70 W - Z
1:71 1898
1898 January - June, Index box
2:72 A (Adams Express Co.)
2:73 B (Baker, E.B., General Superintendent)
2:74 C (Clarke, E.N., Assistant Treasurer)
2:75 D (Doolittle, C.B., Superintendent of Toll Business)
2:76 E (Embler, A.H., Equipment Reports - Waterbury)
2:77 F - J
2:78 K - L
2:79 M
2:80 N (New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad)
2:81 O
2:82 P - Q
2:83 R
2:84 S (Sperry, W.N., Supply Department - Waterbury)
2:85 T (Tolls)
2:86 W - Z
1898 July - December, Indexed box
2:87 A
2:88 B (Baker, E.B., General Superintendent)
2:89 C (Clarke, E.N., Assistant Treasurer)
2:90 D (Doolittle, C.B., Superintendent of Toll Business)
2:91 E (Equipment reports - Waterbury)
2:92 F - H (Goodyear's Metallic Rubber Shoe Co.)
2:93 J - L
2:94 M
2:95 N (New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad)
2:96 O - Q
2:97 R
2:98 S
2:99 T (Tolls)
2:100 W
2:101 1899
2:102 1900-1904
2:103 1905-1911 (includes ATT)
2:104 1916-1986
2:105 1982
Executive Letters
Book 1 - Competition References
2:106 1971
2:107 1972
2:108 1973
Book 2 - Competition References
2:109 1974
2:110 1975
2:111 1976
2:112 1977
Book 3 - Competition References
2:113 1978
2:114 1979
Book 4 - Anti-trust References
2:115 1980
3:116 1980
Book 5 - Anti-trust references
3:117-118 1981
Letterpress Books
3:119 1882-1885
3:120 Removed Pages (1882-1885)
3:121 1885-1887
3:122 1892-1896
3:123 Non-dated Correspondence
3:124 Strategic Planning 1979
3:125 Strategic Planning 1979-1982
Executive Office
3:126 Business Directory Letter, 1906
3:127 Connecticut Telephone Laws, 1916-1917
3:128 Field Day Invitation, 1897
3:129 Fire Alarm Number Inserts, 1911-1913?
Inserts
3:130 1907-1909
3:131 1909-1913
3:132 1913-1914
3:133 1916
3:134 1917
3:135 1918-1919
3:136 New Tax 1914
3:137 Letters and Memoranda, 1909
3:138 Letters and Memoranda, 1913
3:139 Liberty Bonds, 1917
Memoranda
3:140 1907-1908
3:141 1908
3:142 1908-1909
3:143 1909
3:144 Pamphlets, 1914
3:145 Phone Exchange Contract, 1910
3:146 Phone Exchange Contract and Bill, 1910
3:147 Phone Bill, 1913 April
Post Cards
3:148 1907-1909
3:149 1909-1913
3:150 1913-1917
30:151 1905-1917 fragile
30:152 1907-1918
30:153 1907-1918
3:154 Prepayment Warning Sign, 1917
3:155 Rate Increase, 1918
3:156 Selective Service, 1917-1918
Subscriber Letters
3:157 1914
3:158 1915-1916
3:159 1916-1917
30:160 Telephone Club Charter Member List, 1905
3:161 Telephone Club Membership Materials, 1905
30:162 Telephone Directory Cover Sample, 1919
3:163 Local Office, Memoranda, 1909
3:164 Motor Vehicle Maintenance - cars retired, 1928-37
4:165 Organizational Charts, 1931, 1943-1946, 1967
4:166, 167 Organizational Charts, 1970-1971
Procedures Manuals - Handbooks
4:169 Employee Handbooks, 1891-1950
4:170 Financial Information Handbooks, undated
4:171 General Information Handbooks, undated
4:172 General Orders, 1897
4:173 General Orders, 1892-1899
4:174 General Orders and Supplements, 1892-1899
4:175 General Orders - Supplements, 1888-1905
4:176-177 Personnel handbook, 1982
4:179 Safety Handbook, 1966
4:180 Sales Handbooks, 1937, 1965
5:181 The Why's and How's of the Bell System - A Manual of General Information, [ca. 1973?]
5:182 Real Estate - Building Retirements, 1955-56
Business - Corporation
5:184-270 Annual Reports, 1883-1968
6:271-300 Annual Reports, 1969-1998
6:301 Annual Report - Annotated, 1950
Annual Reports - Regulatory Agencies
6:303-317 Interstate Commerce Commission, 1914-1920
7:318-342 Interstate Commerce Commission, 1921-1933
7:343-352 Federal Communications Commission, 1934-1938
8:353-378 Federal Communications Commission, 1939-1951
9:379-401 Federal Communications Commission, 1952-1963
10:402-423 Federal Communications Commission, 1964-1974
11:424-439 Federal Communications Commission, 1975-1983
11:440-448 Public Utilities Commission of CT, 1912-1916
12:449 New York Department of Public Service, 1930
12:450 Correspondence, 1930
12:451-463 New York Department of Taxation and Finance, 1933-1945
12:464 Correspondence, 1946
Annual Reports
12:465-484 AT&T Traveling Auditor's Reports, 1909-1928
13 AT&T Traveling Auditor's Reports, Additional Material
13:485 1914
13:486 1915
13:487 1916
13:488 1916-1917
13:489 1919-1920
13:490 1920-1921
13:491 1921-1922
13:492 1922-1923
13:493 1924
13:494 1925
13:495 1926
13:496 1927
13:497 1928
13:498 1929
13:499 1930
13:500 1931
13:501,502 Committee on Ecological Policy, 1974-1981
14:[empty]
15:[empty]
16:668 Capitol Stock Certificates - Farmington Valley Telephone Co., 1910-1938
16:669 Capitol Stock Certificates - SNET - Historical, 1882-1897
16:670 Capitol Stock Increases, 1900-1910
16:671 Capitol Stock - Employee's Stock Plan - Prospectus, 1964-1969
16:672 Capitol Stock - Employee's Stock Plan - Prospectus, 1970-1972, 1976-1977
16:673 Capitol Stock - Prospectus, 1953-1972 (gaps)
16:674 Charter with Amendments, 1917-1978
Contracts and Agreements
16:675 American Bell Telephone Co., 1885
Contract 1326
Extra-territorial rights, State of CT
16:676 American Bell Telephone Co. and Lessees, 1880
Extra-territorial connecting lines
16:677 American Bell Telephone Co., Providence Telephone Co., 1902
Contract 544
Traffic agreement
16:678 American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1918, 1931
16:679 Historical development of license contract with AT&T, 1965
16:680 License contract - supplemental letters and agreements, 1928-48
16:681 American Telephone and Telegraph Co., Western Union Telegraph Co., 1909-1915
Contract 1443, 1054
Joint use of facilities
16:682 American Union Telegraph Co., District Telephone Company of New Haven, undated, 1880
Contract 3959
Historical Papers
16:683 Anderson, Charles J., Bancroft, Ellen J., 1905-1921
Contract 994-997
Purchase of property - 124-126 Court St., New Haven
16:684 Baur, E., Metropolitan Body Co., 1890-1945
Contract 3060
Purchase of property - Federal and Charles St., Bridgeport
16:685 Canadian National Railway Co., 1923, 1959
Contract 4895
Standard telephone operating agreement
16:686 Canfield, W. - Canaan, 1898
Contract 930
Bill of sale to the Canaan Telephone Co.
16:687 Cincinnati and Suburban Bell Telephone Co., 1913
Contract 1320
Plan for employee's pension, disability benefits and Insurance
16:688 Coast Guard, 1917-1944
16:689 Connecticut Electric Companies, 1938-1947
Amendments, Cancellations
16:690 Connecticut District Telephone Co., District Telephone and Automatic Signal Co., 1879
Contract 1010
Guaranty to old company
16:691 Edwin Moss & Son Inc., 1957
Contract 4707
Construction 300 George St., New Haven
16:692 George B. H. MaComber Co., 1957
Contract 4685
300 George St., New Haven
16:693 Huntington Telephone Co., 1943-1947
Contract 3855
Traffic agreement
16:694 Huntington Telephone Co., 1948
Contract 4110
Purchase of Huntington - agreement, bill of sale, assignment
16:695 Kirkham, G.C., East Haven Telephone and Electric Co., 1922-1947
Contract 2478
Purchase of East Haven Telephone & Electric Co.
16:696 Landmark Development Corp. of America, 1985-1986
Contract 6732
Real Estate Sales Agreement - 124-126 Court St. New Haven
16:697 Litchfield Telephone Co., 1881
Contract 4356
Certificate of Stock
16:698 New Canaan Fire Co., 1907, 1914
Contract 793
Fire alarm bell arrangement at central office
17:699 New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1948
Contract 4139
17:700 New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1952
Contract 4416
17:701 New York, New Haven, & Hartford Railroad Co., New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1948-1950
Contract 4128
17:702 New York, New Haven, & Hartford Railroad Co., 1959-61
Contract 4788
Standard Agreement
17:703 New York, New Haven, & Hartford Railroad Co., 1960
Contract 4853
Bill of sale - equipment
17:704 New York Telephone Co., 1948-49
Contract 4143
Division of Revenues
17:705 New York Telephone Co., 1959
Contract 4785
17:706 Outline of Compensation Agreements-Telephone and Telegraph Traffic, 1893-1942
17:707 Phelps, L.G., 1941-1942
Contract 3709 (no film)
Motion picture on the telephone in the defense program
17:708 Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., 1896
Contract 329
Hartford - sale of duct to postal in conduit
17:709 Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., 1901
Contract 499
Sale of duct in conduit
17:710 Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., 1912
Contract 1185
Use of duct - State St., New Haven
17:711 Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., 1913
Contract 1287
Use of duct - Ferry St., New Haven
17:712 Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., 1915
Contract 1479
Sale of duct - East Washington St., Norwalk
17:713 Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., 1928-1938
Contract 2963
17:714 Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., 1933
Contract 3302
Blanket agreement for joint use of 2 party poles
17:715 Providence Telephone Co., 1903
Contract 558
Service Between Pawcatuck and Westerly, Toll Business between Westerly-Stonington and Mystic
17:716 Union and New Haven Trust Co., 1901-1949
Contract 4332
17:717 United States Government, 1946-1950
Contract 4264
17:718 Various - 27 West St., Danbury, 1905
Contract 936-38, 940
Purchase of property
17:719 Waterbury Automatic Signal Telegraph Co., National Bell Telephone Co., 1880
Contract for exchanges
17:720 Western Electric Co., 1965
Historical development of supply contract
17:721 Western Electric Co., 1930-1973
Contract 1838
Supply contract
17:722 Western Electric Co., 1930-38
Standard supply contract
17:723 Western Electric Co., 1930-46
Standard Supply Contract
17:724 Western Union Telegraph Co., 1896
Contract 316
Sale of duct - Waterbury
17:725 Western Union Telegraph Co., 1900
Contract 472
Sale of duct - Derby
17:726 Western Union Telegraph Co., 1901
Contract 494
Sale of Duct - Norwich
17:727 Western Union Telegraph Co., 1958
Leasing of circuits between exchange areas
17:728 Western Union, 1971
Contract 5204
Sale of TWX service and equipment by Bell companies
17:729 Woodbury Telephone Co., 1961
Contract 4836
Mobile telephone service agreement
Minutes
18 [empty]
19 Officer's Meetings (conferences)
19:794 Index A - F
19:795 Index G - Z
19:796 1967
19:797 1971
19:798 1972
19:799 1973
19:800 1974
19:801 1975
19:802 1976
Shareholder's Annual Meetings - Minutes and Exhibits
19:808 1970
19:809, 810 1971
19:811, 812 1972 April
19:813 1972 June
19:814 1973 April
19:815 1973 August Shareholder's Special Meeting w/proxy ballot sample
19:816, 817 1974
19:818-819 1975
20:820-821 1976
20:848 Proxy Statement/ Notice of Annual Meetings, 1972-1994 (gaps)
20:849 Quarterly Dividend, 1951-1981 (gaps)
20:850 Quarterly Reports, 1976-1994 (gaps)
20:851 Report of Annual Stockholders Meetings, 1964-1981
20:852 “Resolutions at Stockholders Meetings - 1882 - Present”, 1965
20:853-855 Securities and Exchange Commission - Form 10K, 1978, 1990-1996
20:858 Statistical Reports 1970-1985 (gaps),
20:859 Stockholders, 1882-1983
20:860 Stockholders - letters to, 1950-1983
Business - General
20:861 Copake Telephone Co. - notes, 1943-1952
20:862 “Data relating to the History, Business, and Financial Status of the Southern New England Telephone Co.”, 1945, 1948
Data and Information Systems (Information Technology Learning Center)
see also Series V, Studies, Reports and Plans
20:866 Data Security Audit Committee, 1981
20:872 Fundamentals of #1 ESS, 1977
20:873 Guardsman Steering Committee - Minutes of meeting, 1981
20:874 IDP Accomplishments - First half of 1982, 1982
20:878, 879 Information Systems Standards, 1980
2:881 Information Technology Center Pamphlets, undated
2:884 Introduction to the Teleprocessing Environment, undated
21 Library Catalogs
21:895 Data Sources Catalog - Western Electric, 1980
21:900 On-line Database Guide, undated
21:905 Programming in C: A Tutorial, 1974
21:906 Project Reference List, 1982
21:907 Response to the P.U.C.A. Audit, 1979
Total System Development Standards
21:908 Project Managing Manual, 1977
21:909 System Development Manual, 1977
21:910 Technical Procedures Manual (unrevised), 1978
21:911 Technical Procedures Manual (unrevised), 1978
Directory Assistance Charging
see also series V: Studies, Reports and Plans
21:916 Correspondence and presentations, undated, 1975-1978
21:917 Directory Assistance Charging Working Committee, 1975
21:918 Directory Assistance Charging Working Committee, 1976-78
21:919 Informational material - binder, 1978
21:920 Other companies, undated, 1976-1978
21:921, 922 Overview binder, 1978
21:923 Planning documents, undated, 1973-1975
22:924 Position binder, 1978
22:925 PUCA docket #780534 - commission ordered documents, 1978?
22:926 Statistics and working papers, undated, 1975-1978
22:928 Estimates - wire replacement, 1900
Expensing Station Connections
22:929 Backgrounder program for employees, 1981
22:930 DPUC filing binder - docket 800418, 1981
22:931-932 Expensing Station Connections Project Team, 1981
22:933-934 Expensing Station Connections Team Binder, 1981
22:935 Interview Guide, 1981
22:936-937 Stakeholder Interview Guide, 1981
30:938 Stakeholder Interview Guide - overheads, 1981
22:939 Farmington Valley Telephone Co., purchase of, 1939-1940
22:940 Farmington Valley Telephone Co., depreciation history, undated, 1940
22:941 Huntington Telephone Co. - purchase of, 1947-1948
22:942 Indentures, 1898?
22:943, 944 Kent Exchange, 1910-1918
Operations
see also: Series V: Studies, Plans and Reports
22:945 Analysis of Divestiture Impact, 1982
22:946 Docket 79-246 Revision to Interstate Private Line Tariff, 1980
22:947 Docket 79-246 Revision to Interstate Private Line Tariff, 1981
22:949 Interchange Agreement, 1982
23:952 License Contract (Value/Benefit Evaluation Forms), 1979-1980
23:953 License Contract, 1981
23:954 NERFAC Divestiture Issues, 1982
23:955 Network Planning and Industry Restructure- Competitive Strategies, 1981
23:956 Picture Phone Meeting Service, [1982?]
23:957-958 Standard DS1/VF Interface, 1982
Personnel
23:959 Benefits Committee Minutes, 1912-1925
23:984 Employee Representation Plan, 1919
23:985 General, 1893-1920
23:988 Naples, T. Thrift Account, 1929
23:991 Personnel Planning Committee Network, 1979
23:992 Plan for Employees' Pensions, Disability, Benefits, and Death Benefits, 1937
23:993 Stock Plan (Employees), 1956
23:994 PreDecemberessor Companies - Stock Records, 1905-1948
Rate Cases
23:995-997 Connecticut PUC Findings and Orders in SNET Rate Cases, 1947-1982
23:998 Rate Case 1919 - Correspondence, 1918-1919
30:999 Rate Case 1927 - A History of the 1927 Rate Increase, 1928
23:1000-1003 Rate Case 1968 - Comptrollers Testimony and Exhibits, 1968
23:1004 1968 Rate Case Pamphlets, undated
23:1005 Rate Case 1972 - Interviewers Notebook and Publicity, 1969-1971
Rate Case 1974
23:1006 Possible Rate Case Intervenors - Northern Area, “What if?”, 1974?
23:1007 Publicity, 1974
24:1008, 1009 Rate Case 1977 - Master Binder, 1977
24:1010 Rate Case 1978 - News Coverage, 1977
Rate Case 1980
24:1011 Decemberision and Implementation, 1980
30:1012 Employee Background Package (OS), 1980
24:1013, 1014 Information Committee - General Binder, 1980
24:1015 Media Relations Plan, 1980
24:1016 Public Relations - Background Information for Rate Case Testimony, 1980
24:1017, 1018 Rate Case 1980, Book 1, 1980
24:1019, 1020 Rate Case 1980, Book 2, 1980
24:1021 1980 Report: Rate Request - presentation binder - copy 1, 1980
24:1022 1980 Report: Rate Request - presentation binder - copy , 1980
Rate Case 1982
24:1023 Advertising testimony, 1982
24:1024 Backgrounder program for employees - leaders guide, 1982
544:1025 Binder, 1982
544:1026, 1027 Civil Action B75319 - transcript, 1979
25:1028, 1029 Civil Action B75319 - transcript day 16, 1979
25:1030 Civil Action B75319 - summation of counsel and jury instruction on damage, 1980
25:1031 Civil Action B75319 - verdict, 1979
544:1032 “Coming Up: 1982 Rate Case” - interview binder, 1982
544:1033 “Coming Up: 1982 Rate Case” - presentation binder, 1982
544:1034 News conference binder, 1982
544:1035 Pamphlets, 1982
544:1036 Public Relations Department - Resource document binder, 1981
25:1037 Sharon Telephone Company - Purchase of TWX Sale, 1939-44
25:1038, 1039 AT&T Letter and SNET Related Memorandum - vol. 1, 1969-1972
25:1040, 1041 AT&T Letter and SNET Related Memorandum - vol. 2, 1971-1972
25:1042-1044 Journal Entries, 1971
25:1045, 1046 Journal Entries - final, 1971
25:1047 SNET Task Force, 1970
Studies
25:1048, 1049 Special Study of Teletypewriter Investments, vol. 1, 1967
25:1050, 1051 Special Study of Teletypewriter Investments, vol. 2, 1967
25:1052, 1053 Study of Certain Investments in the Teletypewriter Station Apparatus Account, 1969
26:1054, 1055 Teletypewriter Exchange Service - Special Study Status Report, 1969
26:1056 TWX Sale Study - Minor Materials Costs, 1969-1970
26:1057 The TWX Coordinator Publication, 1971
26:1058 TX 600 Series Study, 1969-1970
TWX Sale Binders, 1969-1971
26:1059-1064 Book 1
26:1065-1066 Book 2
26:1067-1068 Book 3
26:1069 TWX Sale
Book 1
27:1070, 1071 Book 2
27:1072 Book 3
28:1073, 1074 TWX Sale Manual, Book 1, 1970-1971
28:1075, 1076 TWX Sale Manual, Book 2, 1970-1971
28:1077 TWX Sale Manual, TS 8.10-10.40, 1969-1970
28:1078 TWX Tertiary Switching Plan, 1970
28:1079, 1080 TWX Transfer Committee - Minutes, 1969-1971
28:1081 TWX Transfer Guidelines, 1971
29:1082 Westerly Automatic Telephone Co., proposed purchase of, 1944-1945, 1961
29:1083 Work Orders (fragile), 1912-1916
OVERSIZED
30:151 Executive Office Post Cards (fragile), 1905-1917
30:152 Executive Office Post Cards, 1907-1918
30:153 Executive Office Post Cards, 1907-1918
30:160 Executive Office Telephone Club Charter Member List, 1905
30:162 Executive Office Telephone Directory Cover Sample, 1919
30:938 Stakeholder Interview Guide - Overheads, 1981
30:999 Rate Case 1927 - “A History of the 1927 Rate Increase”, 1928
30:1012 Rate Case 1980 - Employee Bakcground Package, 1980
Series II: Accounting / Finance Records, 1882-1985
Alex, A.J. Chief Accountant, Comptrollers Office
31:1084 1.01-1.05 Administration Building Refurbishment, 1938-1947
31:1085 1.06 Holiday Pay, 1952
31:1086 2.02-2.04 Advertising, 1934-1941
2.05 Accounting Department Space, 1946
31:1087 3-3.02 Army and Navy Coastal Defense Calls, 1942
31:1088 4-4.03 Military Correspondence, 1943-1951
31:1089 5.0 Technical Correspondence, 1950
31:1090 5.01 Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company
Michigan Bell Telephone Company
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Wisconsin Bell Telephone Company, 1937-1939
31:1091 5.01 Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, 1930
31:1092 6.01-6.03 Banking Correspondence, 1926-1951
31:1093 7.01 Worker's Compensation and Employee Benefits, 1946
31:1094 8.01 Monthly Billing Benefits, 1948
31:1095 8.02 Billing, 1922
8.03 Centralizing, 1921
8.04 Radio Broadcasting Billing, 1923
8.05 Plant Charges, 1921
8.06 Billing, 1925-1928
8.07 Radio Billing, 1937
8.08 Telegraph Billing, 1930
8.09 Maintenance and Facilities Billing, undated
8.10 Gasoline Billing, 1925
Duplicate Billing, 1926
Medical Billing, 1934
31:1096 8.11 Rates and Billing, 1923
8.12 Rates and Billing, Zone Registration, Correspondence and Exhibits, 1930
8.14 Contracts with US Government, 1937
8.141 Billing with US Government, Correspondence, Exhibits, 1937
8.142 Government Billing, 1937
8.143 Billing with US Navy, Correspondence, Exhibits, 1924-1944
8.144 Billing with US Army, 1944
8.145 Billing with US Government concerning Social Security Costs, 1937
31:1097 8.15 Independent Telephone Company Billing, 1936-1946
Billing of PBX Engineering, 1936
Billing of Administration Expense, 1935
31:1098 8.16 Billing Procedure, 1937
8.17 ABX Billing, 1938
8.18 Employee Billing, 1938
8.19 Billing and Plant Engineering, 1936
8.20 Billing for Advertising and Electronics, 1940
8.21 Joint Pole Line Billing, 1931-1940
31:1099 8.22 Billing and Commercial Practices, 1946
8.23 Billing and Toll Services, Exhibits, 1941
8.24 Field Checking and Joint Pole Maintenance Billing, 1941
8.25 Auditor Bills, 1938
31:1100 8.26 Joint Poll Billing, 1931
8.27 Contract Work Billing, 1931
8.28 Auditor Billing, 1941
8.29 Combined Set Billing, 1936
8.30 Billing Service Report, 1939
31:1101 9.01 Bulletin #2, Bond and Coupon Records, 1925
31:1102 10.01 Accounting and Methods Division Correspondence, 1945
10.02 Development Conference, 1953
31:1103 11.011 Bulletin on Employee Checks, undated
11.012 Coin Payments, 1948
11.013 Pay Drafts, 1932
11.014 Lost Pay Checks, 1929
11.015 Check Sorting, 1929
11.016 Pay Drafts, 1933
11.017 Treasury Department and Tax on Checks, 1932
11.018 Pay Checks, 1932
11.019 Refunds, 1938
11.0110 Procedure for Buying Drafts, 1939
11.021 Field Vouchers, 1921
11.022 Voucher Index, 1928
11.023 Voucher Checks, 1929
11.024 Small Voucher Checks, 1926
11.025 Large Vouchers, 1929
11.031 Vouchers and Disbursements, 1926
31:1104 11.033 Bad Checks, 1939
11.034 Fraudulent Employee, 1932
11.035 Department of Commerce Correspondence, 1926
11.036 Check Numbering, 1930
11.037 Bank Drafts Payments, 1936
11.041 Dividend Checks, 1925
11.05 Checks versus Drafts, 1935
11.06 Treasurer's Letter Supplement, 1938
31:1105 12.01 Limitation of Actions, undated
12.04 Claim Inquiry Form Revision, 1948
31:1106 13.01 Credit Manager and Deposits, 1932
13.02 Money Orders, 1929
13.03 Mutilated Coins, 1935
13.04 Armored Car Service and Security, Correspondence, Exhibits, 1937-44
31:1107 13.05 Final Accounts, 1925
13.06 Overages and Shortages from Waterbury, 1938
13.07 Daily Collection Tapes, 1938
13.071 Report on Experiment Balancing Daily Cash, 1939
13.08 Sealed Receptacle Method of Coin Collection, 1942
31:1108 14.01 Revenue Accounting and Forms, 1935
14.02 Service Rep Approvals, 1936
14.03 Bank Deposits on Saturday, 1941
14.04 Business Office Work Volume Measurement, 1941
14.05 Coin Telephone Collections, 1939
14.06 Coin Telephones with Sealed Receptacles, 1946
14.07 Business Office Quarters and Arrangements, Photos, 1947-48
31:1109 15.01 Annual Report from Fishers Island Farms, 1935
15.02 Connecting Companies, 1936
31:1110 16.01 Refunds, 1932
16.02 Refunds, 1933-34
16.03 Refund Checks, 1934
16.04 Deposits, 1938
16.05 Deposit Refunds, 1937
31:1111 17.01 Literature to Subscribers, 1927
31:1112 18.01 Review of Directory Department, Exhibits, 1930
31:1113 18.02 Directory Production, 1942
18.03 Study on Index Equipment and Photostat, 1925
31:1114 19.01 Directory Manager, 1938
19.02 Directory Advertising Order, 1942
19.03 Rates for Ads and Listings, 1951
19.04 Losses due to Directory Errors, 1953
31:1115 20.01 Payroll Forms, Exhibits, undated
20.02 Forms for Processing, 1940
20.03 Forms, undated
31:1116 20.04 Returned Material Notice, 1940
20.05 Disbursement Accounts and Materials, 1936
20.06 Notes for Disbursement Procedures, 1947
32:1117 21.01 Conference Minutes, Sale of Greenwich Property, 1930
32:1118 21.02 Small Exchange Operations, 1922-25
21.03 Intermediate Size Exchanges, 1924
21.04 Potential Central Offices, 1926
21.05 Branford Main Exchange, 1929
32:1119 22.01 Sample Proofs and Closing Schedule, Filing System Report, 1930
32:1120 22.02 Decimal Classification System Report, Procedure, 1908-26
32:1121 22.03 Applied Indexing, 1918
22.05 Record Filing, 1928
22.07 New Haven Filing Space, 1934
22.071 Incoming Mail and Filing, 1938
32:1122 23.01 Methods and Organization Analysis, 1928
23.02 Additional Clerks, 1930
32:1123 24.01 Purchase Order Form, 1947
24.02 Adoption of New Forms, 1934
24.04 Form SN437, 1940
24.05 Ordering Job Lots, 1942
32:1124 25.01 Furniture Committee Minutes and Reports, 1937-38
25.021 Paper Protection, 1928
25.022 Visible Index Filing Equipment, 1925
25.024 Provisional Estimates, 1925
25.05 Fire Proofing, undated
25.051 Office Equipment and Fire-proofing, Photos, Toll Billing, 1937-38
25.06 Furniture, 1946
25.07 Cash Application Work, 1949
25.08 Furniture and Equipment, 1949
32:1125 25.04 Provisional Estimates, 1941-46
32:1126 25.04 Provisional Estimates, 1941-46
32:1127 27.01 Photographic Work Volume, 1940
32:1128 28.01 Accident Insurance, 1942-53
28.02 Casualty Insurance, 1947
32:1129 29.01 Hours, 1927
29.02 Contract Settlements Post War, 1947
29.04 Instrument Inventory, 1918-22
29.06 Inventory, 1939
32:1130 30.01 Reciprocal Interchange, 1936
30.02 Long Lines Department and Billing, 1937
30.03 Investment and Related Expenses, 1941
30.04 Dial Repeating, 1941
30.05 Key Point Plan, 1949
32:1131 31.01 Telephone Dictation System, 1934
31.012 Stenographer's Reports, 1924
31.013 Dictating and Transcribing, 1945
31.014 Training Committee Meeting, 1939
31.015 Centralized Dictaphone, 1942
31.016 Dictaphone Equipment, 1942
31.017 Dictaphone Equipment, 1942
32:1132 31.02 Office Machines, 1932
31.021 National Cash Register, 1941
31.0211 Billing Machines, 1939-1941
31.0212 Office Machine Correspondence, 1947
31.041 Testing and Mechanical Devices, 1921-1928
31.042 Mechanical Devices for Cashiers, 1924
31.043 Office Machine Research, 1937
32:1133 31.051 Methods for Labor, Motor Vehicles, Special Tools, 1931
31.0511 Machines and Disbursement Accounting, 1931
31.0512 Machines for Labor and Motor Vehicle Accounting, 1932
31.0513 Use of Machines, 1931-1947
31.0514 Material and Labor Accounting Manual, undated
31.0521 Office Machines and Methods, 1949-1950
31.0613 Adding Machines and Coin Collection, 1948
32:1134 31.061 Listing Machines and Adding, Calculating Machines, 1924-1935
31.063 Adding Machines, 1931
31.06 Maintenance Contact Correspondence, 1946-1947
31.062 Remington Portable Adding Machines, 1933
32:1135 31.0641 Adding Machine Correspondence, 1936-1947
32:1136 31.065 Calculator Machine Correspondence, 1941
31.066 New Adding Machines, 1939
31.067 Toll Adding Machines, 1941
31.068 New Machines, 1941
31.0610 Comptometers, 1949
31.0614 Calculators, 1948
32:1137 31.071 Electric Typewriters, 1924-1930
31.072 Use and Care of Typewriters, 1924
31.073 Noiseless Typewriters, 1924
31.074 Vari-Typewriters, 1928-1948
31.075 Typewriter Attachments, 1926-1932
31.077 Disposal of Surplus Machines, 1933
31.078 IBM Typewriters and Form 610, 1936-1948
32:1138 31.0710 Toll Billing Typewriters, 1939-1950
31.07101 Toll Billing Machines, 1936
31.0711 Robotyper, 1938
31.07121 Electric Lettering Machine, 1947
31.0714 New Typewriter Rentals, 1944
31.0715 Flexowriter, 1947
31.0716 Trial of Underwood Electric Typewriter, 1948
32:1139 31.08 Tickometer Machines, 1951
31.081 Tickometers, 1932-1949
31.082 Paper Cutting Machine, 1937
31.083 Billing Machines Correspondence, 1938
31.084 National Telephone Billing Machines, 1949
31.085 Ink and Tickometers, 1948
32:1140 31.091 Pitney Bowes Machines, 1948
31.0911 Postage Meters, 1938
31.092 Mail Openers, 1948
31.093 Envelope Sealers, 1929
31.094 Allmail Computing Scale, 1928
31.095 Toll Ticket and Mailing Machines, 1936-1942
31.096 Inserting Machines, 1938
31.097 Pitney Bowes Correspondence, 1947
32:1141 31.101 Check Signing, 1928
31.102 Check Signing Machine, 1933
31.1021 Check Signing Machine, 1946
31.103 Listing and Enclosing Checks, 1928
31.104 Cummins Field Service, 1939
31.105 Check Protection and Signing Equipment, 1942
31.106 Check Protector, 1947
31.11 Coin Counter, 1928-1933
31.112 Coin Verification, 1949
31.121 Multi Graph Duplicator, 1939
32:1142 31.122 Addressed Multigraph Equipment, 1941
32:1143 31.123 Addressed Equipment Correspondence, 1940-1946
31.124 Plate Notching, 1940
31.125 Addresso Graph, 1930
31.126 Printing and Addressing Machines, 1938-1939
31.127 Addresso Graph Memo, 1947
31.128 Elliot Addressing Machine, 1954
31.24 Ad Letters, 1949
31.27 Supply Service and Soundtrol Hood, 1949
33:1144 31.14 Unallocated Toll Tickets, 1942
33:1145 31.16 Calcugraphs, 1937-1941
33:1146 31.182 General Conservation Order M-99, 1943
31.19 Multigraph Duplicator, 1939
31.20 Toll Ticket Sorting, 1937-1941
33:1147 31.212 Duplicating Machines, 1938
31.213 Typing Charges, 1940
31.22 Surplus Office Equipment, 1943-1945
31.23 Underwood Equipment, 1946
31.25 Business Machines and Interference, 1947
33:1148 32.01 Pricing, 1920
32.02 Non-exempt Material, 1929
32.04 Tabulating Code Numbers, 1932
32.05 Office Equipment, 1945
32.06 Study of Direct Purchases, 1931
32.08 Plant Practices, 1942
33:1149 33.18 Mail Service Study with Numbered Index, Parts 1-12, 1942
33:1150 33.18 Mail Service Study, Parts 13-20, 1942
33:1151 33.03 Automobile Messengers, 1929-1931
33.04 New Schedule for Messengers, 1931
33.05 Schedules and Routes, 1933
33.06 Additional Routes, 1933
33.07 Routing of Mail Truck, 1934
33.08 West Haven Route, 1933
33.09 Pay Checks and Routes, 1932
33.10 Collections and Routes, 1934
33:1152 33.11 Coverage and Supplies and Auto-Routes, 1932-1939
33.12 Messenger Schedule, 1932
33.13 Security and Messengers, 1938
33.14 Cash Payment, 1939
33.15 Stamps, 1941
33.16 Windsor Locks Schedule, 1940
33.17 Mail Room Equipment, 1938
33:1153 34.01 Motor Vehicle Routine, 1925
33:1154 34.02 Motor Vehicle Routine Review, 1929
34.03 Make of Vehicles, 1933
34.04 Motor Vehicle Performance, 1935
34.05 Fleet Cars, 1930
34.06 Personal Vehicles, 1931
34.07 Auto Expense, 1936
34.08 Vehicles and Construction, 1932
33:1155 34.09 Motor Vehicle Routine, 1941
33:1156 34.10 Reporting Arrests of Employees, undated
34.11 Tolls, 1940
34.12 Form Changes, 1944
34.13 Motor Vehicle Increase, 1954
33:1157 35.01 Industrial Recovery Act, 1933
35.02 Response to President's Reemployment Codes, 1933
35.03 Plan of Representation, 1933
35.04 Response to Rayburn Bill and FCC, 1934
33:1158 36.01 New Haven Taxpayer and Typing, 1943
33:1159 37.01 Reproduction Processes, 1926
37.02 Reproduction Machines, 1934
37.031 Offset Printing, 1947
37.032 Reduction in Price of Offset Work, 1932
33:1160 37.041 Mimeographing Equipment, 1928
37.042 Mimeograph Work, 1935
37.05 Letter Guides and Stamping, 1927
37.06 Printing, 1935
37.061 Reproduction, 1938
37.07 Mimeograph Equipment, 1939
37.08 Stencils, 1940
37.09 Street Lists and Reproduction, 1937-1951
37.10 Ditto Machine, 1949
33:1161 38.01 ATT Correspondence, 1893-1918
38.02 ATT Revision of Commission Averages, 1920
38.03 Toll Prorates, 1924
38.04 Report Charges, 1919
38.05 Originating Commission, 1917
38.06 Revised Rates of Commission, 1936
33:1162 39.01 Toll Charges and Long Lines Work, 1919-1925
39.02 Pay Station Rentals, 1931
39.03 Use of Slugs, 1933
39.04 Fraudulent Operations, 1933
39.06 Price Changes, 1938
39.07 Pay Station Study, 1938
39.08 Taxes, 1940
39.09 Pay Stations, 1940
39.10 New Handsets, 1941
39.11 Pay Station Routes, 1939
33:1163 41.01 Records and Clerical Operations, 1930
41.02 Bill Approval, 1935
41.03 Building Superintendents, 1932
41.04 Work Orders and Terminals, 1935
41.05 Equipment Installation, 1939
41.06 Printing Office Methods, 1939
41.07 Cable Lashing Procedures, 1944
41.08 Loading Rates, 1948
33:1164 42.01 Pole Specifications, 1931
42.02 Joint Ownership, 1928
42.03 Payments for Poles, 1926
42.04 Material Accounting, 1935
42.05 Carbon Copies, 1931
42.06 Reporting, 1931
42.07 Joint Pole Bills, 1930
42.08 Pole Valuation, 1942
33:1165 43.01 Postal Issues, 1933-1951
33:1166 43.02 Legality of Postal Matter and Express, 1920
43.03 Rate Comparison, 1932
43.04 Third Class Mail, 1933
43.05 Western Union and Postal Telegraph, 1934
43.06 Postal Survey, 1934
43.07 Money Order Fees, 1934
43.08 Mailing Forms, 1933
43.09 First and Third Class Mail, 1933
43.10 Exchange PO Box Numbers, undated
43.111 Postage Meters, 1936
43.112 Pitney Bowes Meters, 1938
43.12 Payment of Postal Notes, 1945
33:1167 44.01 War Production and Priorities, 1942
44.02 ID of Toll Priority Calls, 1942
44.03 Conservation Order L-41, 1945
44.04 Maximum Prices for Waste Paper, 1942
33:1168 44.03 Sale of Plant to NY Telephone Company, 1944-1945
33:1169 44.04 Sale to NY Records, 1945
44.05 Middletown Income and Expenses, 1952-1953
33:1170 45.01 Wartime and Records Protection, 1945
33:1171 46.01 Procedure for Schedule Rates, 1927
46.02 Electric Light and Power Rates, 1927
46.03 Hand Set Rates, 1936-1937
46.04 House Bill 1593, 1938
46.05 Concession Rates, 1939
46.06 Nation's Business and Investigation, 1942
33:1172 47.01 Re-negotiation Act, 1945-1958
33:1173 47.01 Re-negotiation Act and Annual Reports, 1942-1953
33:1174 47.02 War Contracts Policy Board and Reports, 1942-1945
34:1175 Commercial Letters with Collection Practice Index, 1921-1929
34:1176 Commercial Letters, 1929-1931
34:1177 48.05 Population, 1938
48.011 Exchange Information, 1931
48.012 Service at Wauregen House, 1923
48.013 Accounting Report Revision, 1934
48.014 Use of Error Memo, 1927
48.015 Formula for Statistics, undated
48.016 Comptroller's Signature, 1946
48.018 Cash Revisions, 1946
48.021 Station Installation Measurement, 1922
48.022 Direct Distribution, 1929
48.031 Annual Reports, undated
48.032 Annual Reports 3A, 1935
34:1178 48.06 Transfer Reports, 1936
48.07 Report Forms, 1940
48.08, Periodic Reports, 1930
48.09 Report for Insurance Companies, 1942-43
48.020 FCC Study, 1954
34:1179 49.01 Protecting Toll Revenue, 1924
34:1180 50.01 Billing Practice, 1926
50.02 Rate Tables, 1930-37
50.03 Billing Practices and Final Bills, 1926
50.04 Journal Authorization, 1930
50.05 Accounting Letter M-69 A-8, 1934
50.06 Pay Station Commission Checks, 1935
50.07 Pay Station Collection Stubs, 1935
50.08 Centralized and Decentralized Accounting, 1919
34:1181 50.09 Accounting Stub Plan, 1920
50.10 Fire Protection, 1921
50.12 Maintaining Records, 1935
50.14 Recurring Charges, 1939
50.15 Traffic Point, 1940
50.17 Split Collect Tickets, 1940
50.18 Typing Study, 1941
50.19 Mobilization, 1942
50.20 Interfering with Billing, 1942
34:1182 51.01 Service Order Practice, 1937
51.02 Commercial Practice, 1936
51.03 Auxiliary Services Report, 1938
51.04 Service Order Completions, 1939
34:1183 51.06 Accounting Department Responsibility, 1936
51.07 Reporting on A. D. Copies, 1947
51.08 Service Order Change, 1946
34:1184 52.01 New York Telephone Company Correspondence, 1913
52.02 Trans-Atlantic Telephone Service, 1928
52.031 Toll Reports, 1918
52.032 Business Toll Centers, 1919
52.033 Toll Revenue, 1925
52.034 Prints, 1927
52.036 Uncollectable Tolls, 1932
52.04 Connecting Companies, 1933
34:1185 52.05 Revenue and Long Lines, 1934
52.06 Division of Toll Revenues, 1942
52.07 Originating Billing, 1934
34:1186 53 Record Keeping, 1952-53
34:1187 54.01 Bell System Standards, 1934-1940
54.011 Bell System Papers, 1941
54.02 Office Supplies, 1927
54.03 Office Supply Correspondence Requisitions, 1928-1940
34:1188 54.03 Office Supply Studies, 1931
34:1189 54.04 Methods of Maintaining Supplies, 1927-1928
54.05 Bills for Supplies, 1932
54.06 Supplies Purchased Locally, 1935-1936
54.07 Fire Protection, 1933
54.08 Slow Moving Stock, 1933-1937
54.09 Forms and Supplies, 1936
54.101 Telco Junior Bond Paper, 1926-1944
34:1190 54.102 Envelopes, 1928-1948
34:1191 54.103 Safety Paper and Letterheads, 1928-1951
54.104 Binders, 1930-1931
34:1192 54.105 Flexible Covers and Reports, 1935-1936
54.106 File Folders, 1932
54.107 Index Sheets, 1932
54.108 Paper Pads, 1933
54.109 Mechanical Pencil Studies, 1935
34:1193 54.10 Telephone Bulletin and Addresses, 1941-1942
54.22 Paper Supplies, 1949
54.23 Sample Erasers, 1949
54.1010 Pencil Sharpeners, 1929
54.1011 Fountain Pens, 1929
54.1012 Boxes for Record Storage, 1933
54.1013 Memo Books, 1931
54.1014 Calendar Pad and Stands, 1931
54.1015 Rubber Stamps, 1931
34:1194 54.1016 Typewriter Sheets, 1934
54.1017 Rubber Cement, 1930
54.1018 Drafting Tape, 1930
54.1019 Draftsman Inkstand, 1932
54.1020 Hectograph Cleaners, 1932
54.1021 Ink Eradicator, 1930
54.1022 Punches and Eyelets, 1930
54.1023 Pressboard Guides, 1937
54.1025 Ribbons, 1939
54.1026 Paper Weights, 1939
54.1027 Three Wood Trays, 1942
54.1028 Ribbons, 1942
54.1029 Billing Machine Ribbons, 1942
34:1195 54.1030 Ribbon Re-inker, 1946
54.11 Toll Promotion Stickers, 1938
54.12 Cost Accountant Address, 1930
54.14 Separated, 1939
54.15 Acme Card System, 1937
54.16 Machine Request, 1937
54.17 New Seal, 1940
54.19 Billing for Office Supplies, 1940
54.20 Button and String Binding, 1942
54.21 Forms, 1938
54.23 Erasers, 1950
54.24 Cleaner, 1950
54.25 Paper Coater, 1950
54.28 Typewriter Ribbons, 1949
34:1196 55.01 Station Installation Results, 1930-1939
34:1197 56.01 Left in Station Orders, 1925
56.02 Statistics, 1929
56.03 Retiring station Apparatus, 1934
56.04 Morse Service, undated
56.05 Key Telephone Sets, 1943
56.06 Company Telephones, 1938
56.07 Station and Circuit Gain Report, 1939
56.08 New Station Instruments, 1939
56.09 1A Key Telephone System, 1940
34:1198 57.01 Sundry Disbursements, 1929-1930
34:1199 57.01 Sundry Disbursements, 1932
57.02 Disbursing Funds, 1934
57.03 Sundry Disbursements, 1930
57.04 Compensation, 1933
57.05 Plant Employees and Disbursements, 1933
57.07 Expense Vouchers, 1953-1955
57.08 Sundry Disbursements, 1951-1952
35:1200 58.01 Service Order Practice, 1932
58.02 Telephone Typewriter and Service Work, 1926
58.03 Teletypewriter Service, undated
58.04 TWX Connections, 1936
58.05 TWX Service, 1937
35:1201 58.06 Telephone Typewriters and Business Office, 1929-1930
58.07 Office Teletype Service, 1934
58.08 Billing Arrangements, 1940
58.09 Revised Teletypewriter Abbreviations, 1941
58.019 Separate Accounting Service, 1946
58.11 Private Line Teletypewriter, 1950
35:1202 59.01 Double Check and Star Connecticut Correspondence, 1893-1918
35:1203 59.02 Revision of Prorate Percentage, 1917
59.03 Method of Pro-rating, 1918
59.04 Toll Pro-rates, 1922-1923
35:1204 59.05 Pro-rating Long Line Messages, 1924
59.06 Revised Toll Service, 1926-1933
59.07 Changes in Pro-rates, 1903-1918
59.08 Pro-rates, 1927
59.09 Study Report on Revision of Pro-rates, 1926
35:1205 60.01 A-B Toll Tickets, 1923-1927
60.02 Standardization of Paper Stock, 1935
60.03 Change in Method for Toll Data, 1929
60.04 Trunks and Toll Tickets, 1931
60.05 Rating of Toll Tickets, 1928-1938
35:1206 60.06 Revision of Toll Rates, 1930
60.07 Toll Rate Quoting Systems, 1933
60.08 Rating Toll Tickets, 1926
60.09 Incoming Contacts on Toll Inquiries, 1934-1935
60.10 Interstate Toll Rates, 1899-1919
60.101 Toll Credit Cards, 1940
60.11 AB Tickets, 1938
60.12 Misquoted Toll Rates, 1939
60.13 Toll Ticket Revision, 1942-1950
60.14 Elimination of Exchange Name, 1942
60.15 American Company Messages, 1944
60.16 Toll Ticket Checks, 1945
60.17 Toll Calls and Auditors, 1947
60.18 Official and Non-official Toll Calls, 1948
60.19 Punch Card Procedure and Tolls, 1950
35:1207 61.01 Employee Benefits, 1929
61.02 Ticket Work, 1926
61.03 Teletypewriter Calls and Connections, 1939
61.04 Picture Transmission, 1940
61.05 Thompsonville to Springfield Traffic, 1947
35:1208 62.0 New Method of Commission Payments, 1933-1934
35:1209 63.03 Billing of Shop Repairs and Study, 1930-1931
36:1210 63.04 Price Records for Piece Parts, 1930
63.05 Class C Stock, 1930
63.06 Auditing Freight and Express Bills, 1926
63.07 Conference at J.M. Krafts Office, 1926
63.08 Summarized Bills of Installation Costs, 1928
63.09 Invoice Supervisor Duties, 1929
63.10 Supply Contract, 1932
63.11 Price Lists, 1931
63.12 Western Electric Supplement 2, 1940
63.13 Class C Stock, 1939
63.14 Revenue Act of 1941 and Sales, 1941
63.15 Pricing, 1942
63.16 Class B Material, 1942
63.17 Pricing Discount, 1948
36:1211 64.01 SNET and Western Union Agreements and Contracts, 1928-1948
36:1212 64.01 Contract Notes, Agreements, Procedures, 1916-1938
36:1213 64.02 Western Union Arrangements, 1914-1916
64.03 Accounting Costs and Western Union, 1916
36:1214 64.04 Western Union and ATT Settlements, Agreements, 1913-1935
36:1215 65.01 Meeting Minutes for Location Change, Woodbury Telephone Company, 1929
65.02 Construction Costs and Woodbury Telephone Co., 1932
65.03 Billing and Collecting, Woodbury Telephone Co., 1930-1942
36:1216 66.0 Records and Wartime Regulations, 1946
66.02 Price Regulations, 1942
36:1217 67.01 Study of Working Advances, 1948
36:1218 68.01 Procedures and New Facilities, 1948
36:1219 70.0 Retirement Unit Costs for Outside Plant Methods, 1946
36:1220 70.0 Retirement Unit Committees and Correspondence, 1947-1954
36:1221 70.01 Retirement Unit Cost Studies, 1954-1955
36:1222 112.9 Accounts with US Government, US Army, 1945-1947
36:1223 114.1 Cost Service Orders, 1948
Bound Volumes
37 Analysis of Reserve, 1904-1905
38 Cash A, 1886-1887
39 Cash D, 1882-1883
40 Cash P, 1915-1916
41 Equipment Expenses, 1889-1890
42 Equipment Expenses, 1890-1891
43 Expense Account 6, 1889-1890
44 Expense Journal, 1885-1908
Expense Ledgers
45 1904
46 1905
47 1906
48 1907
49 1908
50 1909
51 1909 #2 (fragile)
52 1909 #3 (fragile)
53 Intertown and Interstate Business (fragile), 1882-1886
54 Intertown and Interstate Business (fragile), 1887-1890
Journals
55 A, 1882-1884
56 C, 1886-1888
57 D, 1888-1891
58 E, 1891-1895
59 F, 1895-1900
60 G, 1900-1905
61 H, 1906-1910
62 I, 1911
Ledgers
63 A, 1882-1884
64 B (with index), 1884-1888
65 C, 1888-1890
66 D (with index), 1891-1896
67 E (with index), 1897-1902
68 F, 1902-1905
69 G (with index), 1906-1908
70 H, 1908-1909
71 I, 1909-1912
72 J, 1913-1916
73 K, 1917-1929
74 1929-1931
General and Subsidiary Ledgers
75 1931
76 1932
77 1933
78 1934
79 1935
80 1936
81 1937
82 1938
83 1939
84 1940
85 1941
86 1942
87 1943
88 1944
89 1945
90 1946
91 1947
92 1948
93 1949
94 1950
95 1951
96 1952
97 1953
98 1954
99 1955
General Ledgers (in folders)
100:1224-26 1979
100:1227-29 1980
100:1230-32 1981
101 1982 (bound volume)
102 1983 (bound volume)
Monthly Record of Business by Exchange
103 1892-1894
104 1895-1897
105 1898-1900
106 1901-1903
Monthly Reports
107:1233-39 1908-1919
108:1240-46 1919-1923
109:1247-53 1924-1926
110:1254-60 1927-1929
111:1261-68 1930-1933
112:1269-74 1934-1936
113:1275-81 1937-1940
114:1282-89 1941-1944
115:1290-96 1945-1948
116:1297-1302 1949-1953
117:1303-07 1954-1958
118:1308-12 1959-1962
119:1313-16 1963-1965
120:1317-20 1966-1968
121:1321-24 1969-1972
122:1325-29 1973-1975
123:1330-33 1960-1985 (year end, December only)
Petty Ledgers
124 A, 1895-1899
125 B, 1900-1901
126 D (includes index), 1902 June - 1903 August
127 E, 1903 September - 1904 November
Plant Ledgers
128 1904
129 1905
130 1906
131 1906
132 1907
133 1908
134 1909
135 1909
Register of Audited Vouchers
136 1910-1911
137 1910-1926
138 1927-1930
139 Speaking Tube Account #3, 1884-1897
140 Subscribers Instruments Gains and Losses (flat box)
140:1334 1887 to 1891 June (fragile)
140:1335 1891 July to 1894 December (fragile)
140:1336 1895
140:1337 1896
140:1338 1897
140:1339 1898
140:1340 1899
140:1341 1900
141 Subscribers Ledger Southington Exchange, 1911-1912
Trial Balances (bound books)
142:1342 1882-1884
142:1343 1884-1887
142:1344 1887-1890
142:1345 1890-1896
142:1346 1896-1897
142:1347 1901-1905
142:1348 1906-1910
142:1349 1911-1912
142:1350 1913-1916
142:1351 1916-1918
142:1352 1914-1917
142:1353 1917-1919
143:1354 1918-1920
143:1355 1920-1921
143:1356 1921-1922
143:1357 1922-1923
143:1358 1923-1924
143:1359 1924-1925
143:1360 1925
143:1361 1926
143:1362 1926-1927
144:1363 1927
144:1364 1928
(includes prepaid and accrued expenses)
144:1365 1928
144:1366 1929-1930
(includes prepaid and accrued expenses)
145:1367 1929
145:1368 1930
145:1369 1931
146 Loose Pages
146:1370-75 1884-1889 (some incomplete)
146:1376-82 1896-1902
147:1383-93 1903-1913
Condensed Trial Balance and Statement of Business
(bound books)
148 1891-1894
149 1894 December to 1897
150 1898 to 1903 March
151 1903 April to 1907
Condensed Trial Balance and Statement of Business
(loose sheets)
152:1394 1890 March, June
152:1395 1891
152:1396 1892
152:1397 1893
152:1398 1894
152:1399 1895
153:1400 1896
153:1401 1897
153:1402 1898
153:1403 1899
153:1404 1900
153:1405 1901
154:1406 1902
154:1407 1903
154:1408 1904
154:1409 1905
154:1410 1906
154:1411 1907
154:1412 1908
Voucher Books
155 #1, 1888 November
156 #2 1889
157 #3 1889-1890
158 #4 1890 March - July
159 #5 1890 September - December
160 Vouchers for Construction, 1903
161 Voucher Distributions, 1888
Voucher Distribution Books
162 #1, 1891 January - July
163 #2, 1891 July - 1892 September
164 #3, 1892 October - 1893 December
165 #4, 1894 January - 1895 January
166 #5, 1895 March - 1896 June
167 #6, 1896 July - 1897 October
168 #7, 1897 November - 1899 March
169 #8, 1899 April - 1900 May
170 #9, 1900 May - 1901 July
171 #10, 1901 August - 1903 January
172 #11, 1903 February - October
173 #12, 1904
174 #13, 1905 January - July
175 #14, 1905 August - 1906 February
176 #15, 1906 March - October
177 #16, 1906 October - 1907 April
178 #17, 1907 May - November
179 #18, , 1907 December - 1908 July
180 #19, 1908 August - 1909 March
181 #20, 1909 April - December
Depreciation Accounting
182:1413 Accounting Report #7 Station Movement and Growth, 1962
182:1414 Accounting Report #7 Station Movement and Growth, 1963-1964
182:1415 Average Plant Investment/Depreciation and Amortization, 1922-1936
182:1416 Depreciation and Amortization, 1913-1932
182:1417 Depreciation and Amortization, 1913-1932
Depreciation Correspondence
182:1418 1912-1926
182:1419 1923-1952
183:1420 1927-1930
183:1421 1931-1935
183:1422 1934-1950
(includes Board of Directors Minutes 1933-51)
183:1423 1936-1952
183:1424 Depreciation Reserve Accruals, 1920-1925
183:1425 Depreciation Reserve Accruals, 1926-1932
184:1426 Depreciation Reserve Requirements, 1933
184:1427 Depreciation Reserve Requirements, 1936
Depreciation Reserve Requirements Study
184:1428 1933
184:1429 1933
184:1430 1936
Instructions
184:1431 Northwestern Bell Accounting Instructions, 1929
184:1432 Plant Accounting Instructions, 1924-1928
184:1433 Plant Accounting Instructions, 1924-1928
184:1434 Standard Sub-accounts Instructions, 1932
184:1435 Report of Depreciation Charges of Telephone Companies, 1934
185:1436 Report Rulings, 1934-1951
185:1437 Revenue Reports to FCC and PUC, 1968-1981
Station Accounting
185:1438 Committee Minutes, 1957-1959
Correspondence
185:1439 1956
185:1440 1957
185:1441 1963-1965
Procedures
185:1442 M222, Vol. 1, Parts 1-7, 1956
185:1443 M222, Vol. 2, Parts 8-13, 1956
186:1444 M222 and M222-1, Parts 1-7, 1957
186:1445 M222 and M222-1, Parts 8-13, 1957
186:1446 Questions and Answers and SNET Studies, 1956
186:1447 Retirement Units
Station Equipment, 1926-1952
Outside Plant, 1926-1952
186:1448 Retirement Units, Station Equipment, 1953-1966
General Accounting
187:1449 Ansonia Telephone Company Documents, 1897-1901
187:1450 Bills and Receipts, 1883-1884
187:1451 Bills and Receipts, 1901-1919
Cancelled Debentures, 1893 October
187:1452 1-30 w/indexes
187:1453 31-57
187:1454 58-100
187:1455 101-130
187:1456 131-165
187:1457 166-200
187:1458 201-230
187:1459 231-265
187:1460 266-300
187:1461 301-321
187:1462 451-485
187:1463 486-531
187:1464 Debentures, 1983 January
Circulars
187:1465 Bulletins and Circulars, 1910-1926
187:1466 Bulletins #3 and #8 and Circulars #7 and #8
187:1467 Cancelled Accounting Circulars, 1910-1927
187:1468 Cancelled Accounting Circulars, 1912-1916
187:1469 Cancelled Circular #8, 1913
187:1470 Circular Letters, 1887-1891
187:1471 Circular Questions and Answers, 1913-1916
187:1472 Circular History and Changes, 1891-1928
187:1473 Circular #8, 1912
Continuing Property Records, 1943 April
187:1474 Forms
187:1475 General Statement
187:1476 Inventory Forms
187:1477 Location Records Routine
187:1478 Practices and Records
187:1479 Recommendations
187:1480 Routines and Practices
188 Woodbury Telephone Company CPR
188:1481 1943-1947
188:1482 1948-1950
188:1483 1951-1952
188:1484 1953-1955
188:1485 Excess Profits Tax, 1950-1952
188:1486 Inventory Sheets, 1950
188:1487 Comparative Balance Sheets, 1940-1942
217:1488 Comparative Balance Sheet (OS), 1942-1943
188:1489 Correspondence, 1941-1953
Correspondence (original numbered order)
188:1490 20.12-20.14 FCC and Bookmakers
188:1491 20.15-20.18 Reports to FCC
188:1492 20.8-20.10 Responses to FCC
188:1493 20.11 FCC Annual and Monthly Reports
188:1494 20.1-20.4 FCC Accounting Circulars
188:1495 20.5-20.6 Uniform System of Accounts
188:1496 20.7-20.7A FCC Uniform System of Accounts
188:1497 36.2 Plant Inventories
188:1498 36.3 Plant Inventories
188:1499 36.6-36.11 Continuing Property Records
188:1500 48.1 Excess Profits Tax
188:1501 48.1 Excess Profits Tax
188:1502 48.1 Taxes
188:1503 74.3 and 126 Message Toll Settlement Contracts
217:1504 Credit Debit Journal and Journal Details (OS), 1977 May
Depreciation
188:1505 Accounting Papers, 1907-1929
188:1506 Charges Reports to ICC, 1924-1931
188:1507 Charts, 1930
188:1508 Data, 1933-1934
189:1509 Deductions in Income Tax Returns, 1940-1952
189:1510 Pamphlets, 1923, 1927, 1939
189:1511 Regional Conferences, 1928-1929
189:1512 Reserve Analysis, 1913-1940
189:1513 Reserve Data, 1959-1966
189:1514 Reserve Data, 1967-1971
189:1515 Service Life and Plant Mortality Manuals, 1927
189:1516 Development of Equity Invested Capital, 1942-1949
189:1517 Disbursement Vouchers, 1941
189:1518 Division Expense Summary, 1885 July
189:1519 Docket #14700 Bell System Brief, 1923
189:1520 Docket #14700 Bell System Brief, 1928
Emergencies
189:1521 Flood Data Casualty Loss, 1955
189:1522 Flood Data; Taxes Depreciation Newspaper Clippings, 1955
189:1523 Flood Emergency Expense File, 1936 March
189:1524 Flood Emergency Expenses, 1936 March
189:1525 Hurricane Emergency Information, 1938 September - October
189:1526 Hurricane Emergency Ledgers, 1938 September
189:1527 Hurricane Estimate Information, 1944
189:1528 Hurricane Station and Line Data, 1938 September - October
189:1529 Service Life and Salvage Studies, 1932
189:1530 Equipment Expenses, 1897
189:1531 Estimates for Statistician, 1959-1960
189:1532 Estimates for Statistician, 1961-1964
189:1533 Excess Profits Tax Estimation, 1950
189:1534 Excess Profits Tax and Developments, 1950-1952
Excess Profits Tax Forms (OS) 1942-1943
note: see box 217, folder 1535
Exchange Service Rates, 1920-1925
(includes area maps and tables) (OS)
note: see box 217, folder 1536
189:1537 Expenses Bills and Receipts, 1894-1896
189:1538 Expense Forms, 1910
217:1539 FCC Monthly Reports, 1943-1944
(includes separation sheet) (OS)
189:1540 FCC Special Investigation/Patent Structure of Bell System, 1937 February
Handbooks
190:1541 Cancelled Pages Part IV, 1953-1969
190:1542 Commercial Expense Accounts, 1933 January
190:1543 Drop Wire Supports, 1927
190:1544 General Circular #301.2, 1957
190:1545 General Office Salaries, 1933 July
190:1546 Line, Cable Placing and Splicing, 1932 February
190:1547 Line, Cable Placing and Splicing, 1935 March
190:1548 Miscellaneous Codes and Accounts, 1935 January
190:1549 Miscellaneous Codes and Accounts, 1942
190:1550 Miscellaneous Codes and Accounts, 1949
191:1551 New England Telephone and Telegraph, 1962
191:1552 Outside Plant Forces, 1942
191:1553 Outside Plant Forces, 1949
191:1554 Preparation of Accounting Reports, 1941
191:1555 Preparation of Accounting Reports, 1950 July
191:1556 Preparation of Accounting Reports, 1952 January
191:1557 Revenue Accounting, 1946
191:1558 Sales Manual, 1932
191:1559-61 Station Installation and Maintenance, 1931-1934
191:1562 Stations No. 50 Coin Collector Installation, 1927
191:1563 Temporary Accounting Instructions for Buildings, 1933 January
191:1564 Traffic Expense Accounts, 1933 January
191:1565 Transmittal Notice, 1962-1963
192 Handbooks (bound books)
192:1566-69 Cancelled Pages, Parts I-III, 1953-1969
192:1570-72 General Accounting Handbook, 1953-1955
192:1573 General Accounting Handbook Revisions, 1964-1969
217:1574 Inventory Sampling Manual (OS), 1975
Ledgers
Depreciation Books
193 1948-1954
194 1955-1961
195 1962-1965
196 1966-1972
Journal and Cash Record
197 1975-1977
198 1977 December - 1980 February
199 1980 February - December
200 1981
201 1982
202 1983
203:1575 Outside Plant Engineering Practices, 1927 September
Procedures (Bell Subsidiaries)
203:1576 Bell Telephone of Canada, 1968 May
203:1577-78 Cincinnati and Suburban Bell Telephone Co. Parts I and II, 1963 July
203:1579-85 Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Plant Accounting Practice Parts I-IV, 1960-1961
203:1586-87 New York Telephone Co. Accounting Handbook Parts I and II, 1960 January
203:1588 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Field Accounting, 1963 March
203:1589-90 Pacific Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. Acct Handbook Parts I, II, 1960
203:1591-94 Pacific Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. Plant Acct. Parts I and II, 1957-1963
204:1595 Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. Plant Accounting, 1963 January
204:1596-98 SNET Line Construction Parts I-III, 1963-1964
204:1599-1601 SNET Line Construction Manual Parts I-III, 1963-1964
204:1602 Property Lease, 1888
204:1603 Rate Case Exhibits, 1947
204:1604 Rate Case Information, 1947
204:1605 Rate Loops and Distances, 1891 November
204:1606-08 Real Estate and Equipment Codes, 1976-1978
204:1609-13 Retirement Unit Costs, 1977-1978
204:1614 Retirement Unit Costs for Cable, 1978
204:1615 Retirement Unit Costs Development Data, 1978
204:1616-20 Spending Vouchers, 1920
205:1621-28 Spending Vouchers, 1920
Station Accounting
Correspondence
205:1629 1957-1958
205:1630 1958 April
205:1631 1958 July
205:1632 1959
205:1633 1959 October
205:1634 1960
205:1635 1961
205:1636 1962
205:1637 1963
205:1638-39 Cost Factors, 1970-1978
205:1640-41 Cost Factor Study Data, 1976-1977
205:1642 Guidelines for Sample Estimates, 1974
205:1643 Material Usage Study, 1975-1977
205:1644 Memoranda, 1972
205:1645 Minutes, Exhibits and Correspondence, 1960-1965
205:1646 Movement Estimating, 1957
205:1647 Sample Inventories, 1956-1958
206:1648-49 Station Apparatus Estimates, 1968-1978
206:1650 Station Apparatus Instruction Manual, 1971
206:1651 Station Apparatus Inventory Instruction Manual, 1971
217:1652 Station Growth Reports (OS), 1919-1928
206:1653 Subscribers Trial Balance, 1886 February
217:1654 Tax Assessing Forms, 1959
(includes separation sheet) (OS)
note: see box 217, folder 1654
206:1655 Tax Assessing Forms Samples, 1959
206:1656 Tax Information and Forms, 1955
206:1657 Tool Study, 1947-1952
207:1658-61 Transfers, 1895-1896
207:1662 Transfers and Receipts, 1898-1901
207:1663 Transfer Wrapping (original), 1896
207:1664-66 Yearly Statements, 1894-1907
Insurance
208:1668 AT&T Fire Reports, Fire Insurance Data, 1957-1966
Automobile and General Liability Insurance
Automobile Insurance
208:1669 1948-1952
208:1670 1952-1956
208:1671 1956-1957
208:1672 1957-1958
208:1673 1958-1959
208:1674 1959-1960
General Liability
208:1675 1950-1952
208:1676 1952-1953
208:1677 1953-1954
208:1678 1954-1955
208:1679 1955-1956
208:1680 1956-1957
208:1681 1957-1958
208:1682 1959-1960
208:1683 1960-1961
208:1684 1961-1962
208:1685 Accidents, 1957-1964
208:1686 Building Inspection Schedules, 1963
208:1687-88 Excess, 1952-1961
208:1689-91 Excess, 1961-1964
Automobile and General Liability
208:1692 1959-1960
208:1693 1960-1961
209:1694-95 1961-1962
209:1696-97 1962-1963,
209:1698 1963-1964,
209:1699 1964-1965,
209:1700 1965-1966,
209:1701 Bids, 1964-1966
209:1702 Loss Records, 1956-1964
209:1703 Retrospective Basis - Payments, 1957
Boiler Insurance
209:1704 Correspondence and General, 1949-1959
Policy
209:1705 1952-1954,
209:1706 1954-1956,
209:1707 1956-1958,
209:1708-09 1961-1964,
209:1710-12 Policy - Boilers and Water Heater, 1964-1967
209:1713 Inspection Schedules, 1951-1953
209:1714 Bonds for excavation on CT highways and proof of solvency, 1950
209:1715 Bonds for filing with PUC for rate increases, 1947-1959
209:1716 Bonds, letter to Stamford indicating surplus not less then $150,000, 1958-1959
209:1717 Broad form money and securities policy, 1949-1955
209:1718 Brochures - other companies, 1962-1963
209:1719-20 Burglary, Robbery and General Insurance, 1928-1954
209:1721 Certificates - Town of Manchester, 1960-1964
209:1722 Check Alteration and Forgery Insurance, 1921-1958
210 Correspondence (arranged by town)
210:1723 Baltic - Guilford, 1946-1960
210:1724 Hamden - Mystic, 1946-1960
210:1725 Naugatuck - Rockville, 1946-1960
210:1726 Saybrook - Wolcott, 1946-1960
210:1727 Earned Unbilled Toll insurance, 1935-1948
210:1728 Employee Fidelity Bond; primary commercial blanket band, 1929-1944
Equipment Installation Insurance Policy
210:1729 Supporting material for steam damage to a PBX unit on September 26, 1965 at New Haven City Hall, 1965
210:1730 Supporting material for steam damage to a PBX unit on September 26, 1965 at New Haven City Hall, 1965-1967
210:1731 Federal Deposit Insurance - Corporate, 1934
Fidelity of Employees Insurance
210:1732 Bond and Correspondence, 1960-1966
210:1733 Waterbury Tire Case - Correspondence, 1965
210:1734-35 Waterbury Tire Case - Insurance Claim, 1965
Fire Insurance
Additions 310 Orange St, New Haven
210:1736 55 Trumbull St. Hartford, 1953-1955
210:1737 Automobiles in large company garages, 1942-1949
210:1738 Central Office Equipment in leased buildings, 1951
210:1739 Company Owned Buildings and Contents, 1949
210:1740 Correspondence, 1960-1963
210:1741 Inquiries from local agencies regarding insurance, 1950-1963
210:1742 Lease Requirements, 1950-1954
210:1743 Leased or Owned Buildings, 1948-1958
210:1744 Property Purchased for Future Use, 1947-1949
210:1745 Statistics - prior to 1945, 1921-1945
210:1746 Supplies and Equipment in Temporary Storage, 1947-1953
Towns
210:1747 Bridgeport, 383 John St., 1959-1960
210:1748 Bridgeport, 430 John St., 1956-1958
210:1749 Bristol, Cameo building, 1961-1962
210:1750 Bristol central office, 1966-1967
210:1751 Brookfield central office, 1966-1967
210:1752 Cheshire central office, 1965-1966
210:1753 Clinton central office, 1961-1962
210:1754 Danbury central office, 1960-1961
210:1755 Danielson central office, 1960-1961
210:1756 Deep River central office, 1965-1966
210:1757 East Hampton central office, 1965
210:1758 East Hartford central office, 1963-1964
210:1759 Essex central office, 1965-1966
210:1760 Farmington central office, 1964-1965
210:1761 Farmington/Unionville building, 1964-1965
211:1762 Georgetown central office, 1964
211:1763 Glastonbury central office, 1963-1964
211:1764 Groton central office, 1963
211:1765 Hartford central office #2, 1966
211:1766 Jewett City central office, 1966-1967
211:1767 Lebanon central office, 1966
211:1768 Manchester central office, 1962
211:1769 Manchester central office, 1965-1966
211:1770 Meriden garage and office building, 1966-1967
211:1771 Moodus central office, 1966
211:1772 Moosup central office, 1965-1966
211:1773 Mystic/Stonington central office, 1962
211:1774 Naugatuck central office, 1962-1963
211:1775 New Bethany central office, 1963-1964
211:1776 New Haven, 40 Wall St., 1958
211:1777 New Haven, 300 George St., 1957-1960
211:1778 New Haven, 310 Orange St., 1966
211:1779 New Haven - East central office, 1965-1966
211:1780 New Haven/Hamden central office, 1962-1963
211:1781 New London, C.A.M.A Building, 1959-1961
211:1782 New Milford central office, 1965
211:1783 New Thompsonville garage, 1963
211:1784 Newington central office, 1963-1964
211:1785 Newtown central office, 1963
211:1786 Norwalk central office, 1962-1965
211:1787 Norwich/Montville central office, 1965
211:1788 Plainville central office, 1965-1966
211:1789 Portland central office, 1959-1960
211:1790 Ridgefield central office, 1964-1965
211:1791 Rockville central office, 1966
211:1792 Saybrook central office, 1964-1965
211:1793 Seymour central office, 1965-1966
211:1794 Southington central office, 1963-1964
211:1795 Staffords Springs central office, 1965-1966
211:1796 Storrs central office, 1965-1966
211:1797 Stratford central office, 1966-1967
211:1798 Thomaston central office, 1967
211:1799 Watertown central office, 1965-1966
211:1800 West Hartford central office, 1960-1962
211:1801 Westbrook garage, 1961-1962
211:1802 Wilton central office, 1961-1962
211:1803 Windsor Locks central office, 1962-1963
211:1804-05 Hartford Steam-Boiler Inspection Reports, 1966-1967
211:1806 Highway Bonds - Cancelled, 1953-1958
211:1807 Indemnity Bond 234574, 1950-1959
211:1808 Insurance Commission Distributions, 1959-1964
211:1809 Insurance Lists (in force and fire insurance cancelled), 1950-1955
211:1810 Investigation into insurance on securities with banks, 1945-1948
212:1811 Liability - 314-320 Orange St. New Haven, 1951
212:1812 Marsh & McLennon - Fire and Safety Inspections, 1949-1962
212:1813 Open Stock Burglary Insurance - New Haven (W.E. strike), 1967
212:1814-15 Records of Motor Vehicles, 1959-1963
212:1816-17 Records of Motor Vehicles, 1963-1966
212:1818 Records of Motor Vehicle Adjustment Premium, 1958-1961
212:1819 Security Bond f16856, indemnity bond 75252, 1927-1948
212:1820 Self Insurance Study, 1966
213:1821 Self Insurance Study, 1966
Seminars and Conferences
213:1822 Bell System Regional Corporate Insurance Conference, 1962
213:1823 Bell System Insurance Conference, 1964
213:1824 Insurance Seminar - Greater New Haven Area, 1962
213:1825 SNET Corporate Insurance Program, undated
213:1826 Transit Insurance, 1959
213:1827 Travelers Inspection Reports, 1966-1967
Private Mobile Radio Loss
214:1828 1964 Review, 1961-1964
214:1829 Correspondence, 1951-1959
214:1830 Correspondence, 1960 January - June
214:1831 Correspondence, 1960 July - November
214:1832 Correspondence, 1961-1962
215:1833 Correspondence and TWX, 1962
215:1834 Data pertaining to private mobile radio retirements, 1962?
218:1835 Data pertaining to private mobile radio retirements (OS), 1962?
215:1836 Data - Miscellaneous
215:1837 Development of estimated private mobile loss for 1960, 1960
215:1838 FCC Development, 1962
215:1839 Sale of private systems - Hartford Electric Light Co., Connecticut Light & Power, 1947-1958
215:1840 Work papers - developing a loss due to the disposition of private mobile equipment for 1958
215:1841 Work papers - developing a loss due to the disposition of private mobile equipment for 1959
215:1842 Work papers - developing a loss due to the disposition of private mobile equipment for 1961
216 Mobile private line - index cards, 1958-1961
OVERSIZED
General Accounting
217:1488 Comparative Balance Sheet, 1942-1943
217:1504 Credit Debit Journal and Journal Details, 1977 May
217:1535 Excess Profits Tax Forms, 1942-1943
217:1536 Exchange Service Rates, 1920-1925
(includes area maps and tables)
217:1539 FCC Monthly Reports, 1943-1944
(includes separation sheet)
217:1574 Inventory Sampling Manual, 1975
217:1652 Station Growth Reports, 1919-1928
217:1654 Tax Assessing Forms, 1959
(includes separation sheet)
Private Mobile Radio Loss
218:1835 Data Pertaining to Private Mobile Radio Retirements, 1962
Series III: Corporate Relations, undated, 1915-1995
Advertising
248:1843 Account Review Binder (OS), 1986
219:1844 Ad Group/Agency Annual Meeting, 1976
219:1845 Ad Programs, 1980
Agency Agendas
219:1846 1971
219:1847-48 1972
219:1849-50 1973
219:1851-52 1974
219:1853 Agency Correspondence, 1965-1971
219:1854 Agency Meeting Minutes and Reports, 1970
235 Artwork: (OS) (loose materials) Line-art, Drawings, Transparencies, 1970s-1980s
219:1855 ATT Advertising Schedules, 1975-1977
219:1856 ATT Advertising Schedules, 1977-1978
219:1857 ATT Yellow Page Proposals, 1972
219:1858 ATT Yellow Page Schedules, 1973-1974
Budgets
219:1861 Budget Comparison, 1973-1974
Budget Information
219:1862 1971
219:1863 1972
219:1864 1973
219:1865 1974
219:1866 1975
219:1867 1976
219:1868 1977
219:1869-70 1978
219:1871 Budget Management Seminar, 1979 October
Yellow Page Budget
219:1872 1970
219:1873 1971
219:1874 1972
220:1875 1973-1974
220:1876 1975
220:1877 1976
220:1878 1977
220:1879 1980
220:1880 Business Correspondence, 1980
220:1881 Business Ads and Plans, 1979-1980
220:1883 Business Plans, 1980
220:1884 Business Plans, 1981
220:1885 Business to Business Report, 1982
Campaigns
220:1886 ATT Long Distance Campaigns, 1978
220:1887 Bell Boy Special Campaign, 1970
Business Campaign
220:1888 1972
220:1889 1973
220:1890 1974
220:1891-92 1975
220:1893-94 1976
220:1895 1977
220:1896 Campaign Costs, 1976
220:1897 Christmas Campaign, 1973
220:1898 Christmas Campaign, 1975
220:1899 Christmas Campaign, 1978
220:1900 Design Line Telephone Campaign, 1975-1976
220:1901 Dial Tone Change Campaign, 1977
Directory Assistance Campaign
220:1902 1976
220:1903-04 1977
220:1905 1978
220:1906 1978-1980
220:1907 Employment Recruitment Campaign, 1970
220:1908 Employment Recruitment Radio Campaign, 1969
220:1909 Extension Campaign, 1973
220:1910 Extension Campaign, 1974
220:1911 Extension Campaign, 1975
Extension Christmas Campaign
220:1912 1971
220:1913 1972
220:1914 1973-1974
221:1915 1975
221:1916 Extension and Design Line Campaign, 1976
221:1917 Extension Spring Campaign, 1972
221:1918 Government and Municipal Directory Campaign, 1971
221:1919 International Direct Distance Dialing Campaign, 1978
221:1921 Long Distance/Directory Assistance Campaign, 1974
221:1922 Long Distance/Directory Assistance Campaign, 1975
Long Distance Campaign
221:1923 1970-1971
221:1917 Extension Spring Campaign, 1972
221:1918 Government and Municipal Directory Campaign, 1971
221:1919 International Direct Distance Dialing Campaign, 1978
221:1921 Long Distance/Directory Assistance Campaign, 1974
221:1922 Long Distance/Directory Assistance Campaign, 1975
Long Distance Campaign
221:1923 1970-1971
221:1924 1976
221:1925-26 1977
221:1927-28 1978
221:1929 1979
221:1930 1980
221:1931 Long Distance Mother's Day Campaign, 1973
221:1932 Long Distance Public Announcement Service Campaign, 1978
221:1933 Long Distance/Directory Assistance Summer Campaign, 1972
221:1934 Long Distance/Directory Assistance Summer Campaign, 1972
221:1935 Long Distance/Directory Assistance Summer Campaign, 1976
221:1936 Long Distance Winter Campaign, 1973
221:1937 Lottery Call Number Campaign, 1972
221:1938 Major Media Campaigns, 1976
221:1939 Mother's Day Campaign, 1975
221:1940 Open House Campaign, 1969
221:1941 Phone Center Store Campaign, 1977
221:1942 Phone Store Campaign, 1968
221:1943 Phone Store Bill Payments Campaign, 1970
221:1944 Phone Store Long Distance Summer Campaign, 1968
221:1945 Public Service Campaign, 1980
221:1946 Residence Campaign, 1977-1978
221:1947 Residence Campaign, 1980
221:1948 Residence Fall Campaign, 1979
221:1949 Residence Spring Campaign, 1980
Touch-Tone Campaign
221:1950 1965-1968
221:1951 1970
221:1952 1971-1972
221:1953 1980
221:1954 Trimline Campaign, 1966
221:1955 Trimline Campaign, 1967
Yellow Page Campaign
221:1956 1970
221:1957 1974
221:1958 1975
221:1959 1975-1976
222:1960 1976-1977
222:1961 1977-1978
222:1962 1-411 Advertising Campaign, 1972
222:1963 Commissions and Cut In Charges Report, 1968
222:1975 Directory Assistance Advertising Cost Study, 1971-1976
222:1976 Directory Assistance Correspondence, 1973-1977
Directory Correspondence, Legal Issues
222:1977 1941-1954
222:1978 1946-1951
222:1979 1947-1955
222:1980 1955-1956
222:1981 Directory Filler Advertisements, 1971
222:1982 Education Seminar, 1980 March
222:1983 FCPA Compliance [Foreign Corrupt Practices Act], 1979
222:1984 General Rate Increase, Background Information, 1980 July
222:1985 General Rate Increase Correspondence, 1981
222:1986 General Rate Increase Correspondence, 1982
222:1987 General Rate Increase Informational Plan, 1982
Illustrations (OS)
note; see boxes: 236-239 folders 1988-2006 (also loose materials)
222:2011 Job Descriptions, 1979
222:2012 Job Descriptions and Correspondence, 1979
222:2013 Long Distance Tracking, 1972-1977
222:2014 Management Job Evaluation, 1976-1979
222:2016 Manuals, 1969-1979
222:2017 Manuals, 1978-1979
Mechanicals (OS)
note: see boxes 240, 241, folders 2024, 2025 (also loose materials)
222:2026 Media Plans, 1980
New England Telephone Anti-Trust Case
222:2027 Ad Samples, 1955-1978
222:2028 Correspondence, 1975-1976
222:2029 Correspondence, 1980
222:2030 Documents, 1977
222:2031 Documents, 1979 January
222:2032 Documents and Correspondence, 1978
222:2033 Documents and Correspondence, 1979
222:2034 New Yellow Page Commercials, 1970-1971
223:2035 Phone Center Study, 1979
Photographs (OS)
note: see box 242-243 (loose materials)
Posters (OS)
note: see box 244-246 (loose materials)
223:2036 Prints, Directory Centennial (OS)
note: see box 238
Printing Plates (OS)
note: see box 247, folders 2037-2053
223:2054 Project Management, 1981
Promotions
223:2055 Calling Card Promotion, 1977
223:2056 Christmas Gift Promotion, 1976
223:2057 Decorator Telephone (Decotel) Promotion, 1971
223:2058 Ecology Promotion, New London and Norwich, 1971
223:2059 June Gift Promotion, 1968
223:2060 Mother's Day Promotion, 1973
223:2061 “Our Town” Promotion, 1977
223:2062 Phone Store Promotion, 1968
223:2063 Phone Store Promotion, 1968
223:2064 World On A String Promotion and Study, 1971-1972
223:2065 Public Utilities Advertising Association Awards, 1971
Research
223:2066 Business Research, 1975
223:2067 Commercial Testing, undated
223:2068 Commercial Research, 1976
223:2069 Communications Research, 1979-1980
223:2070 Radio Station Research and Correspondence, 1968
223:2071 Research Plans, 1977
223:2072 WILI and WINY Research and Correspondence, 1965-1967
Residence
223:2073-74 Residence Advertising Information, 1978
223:2075 Residence Advertising Information, 1979-1980
223:2076 Residence Call Reports, 1980
223:2077 Residence Christmas Media Plan, 1979
223:2078 Residence/Long Distance Presentations, 1980
Residence Media Plans
223:2079 1979
223:2080 1979-1980
223:2081-82 1980
223:2084 Residence Reference Information, 1980
Samples
223:2085 1924-1929
223:2086-87 1926
223:2088-89 1927
223:2090 1928
224:2091 1928
224:2092-93 1929
224:2094-96 1930
224:2097-98 1931
Samples (OS)
note; see boxes: 248-255, folders 2099-2150
Sample Advertisements (OS) [large binders by year 1955-1980]
note: see box/volume 256-285
224:2151 Sample Marketing Aids, 1987
Sample Printed Material for Clients
224:2152 #1, 1986
224:2153 #2, 1986
224:2154 #3, 1987 January
224:2155 #4, 1987 January
224:2156 #5, 1987 January
224:2157 #6, 1987 February
224:2158 #7, 1987 March
224:2159 #8, 1987 March
224:2160 #9, 1987 April
224:2161 #10, 1987 April
224:2162 #11, 1987 May
224:2163 #12, 1987 May
224:2164 #13, 1987 June
224:2165 #14, 1987 July
224:2166 #15, 1987 August
224:2167 #16, 1987 August
224:2168 #17, 1987 September
224:2169 #18, 1987 October
224:2170 #19, 1987 October
224:2171 #20, 1987 December
224:2172 #21, 1988 January
224:2173 #22, 1988 February
224:2174 #23 [1988?]
224:2175 #24, 1988 April
224:2176 #25, 1988 June
224:2177 #26, 1988 July
225:2178-79 Samples, Year In Review, 1988
225:2180 Schedules, 1980
225:2181 Schedules, 1981
225:2182 Schedules, 1982
225:2183 Schedules, ATT, 1982
225:2184 Schedules, Bell System, 1980
225:2185 Schedules, Television, 1979-1980
225:2186 Services Promotions, 1980s
Sports
225:2188 CIAC Basketball, 1970
225:2189 Fall Sports Package, NFL and UCONN Football, 1972
225:2190 Sports Package, 1972-1973
225:2191 Sports Package, 1974
225:2192 UCONN Basketball and UP With People Program, 1968-1969
225:2193 UCONN Basketball, 1966-1967
225:2194 UCONN Basketball, 1968-1969
225:2195 UCONN Basketball, 1969-1970
225:2196 UCONN Basketball and Football, 1971-1974
225:2197 UCONN Football, 1975
225:2198 Yellow Page and Sports Packages, 1972
Spot Franchise
225:2199 1968
225:2200 1969-1970
225:2201 1970
225:2202 1971
225:2203 1972
225:2204 1973
225:2205 1974
225:2206 1975
225:2207 1976
225:2208 1977
225:2209 Spot Franchise Charts 1968-1973
225:2210 Sprint Information 1980
225:2213 Tracking Surveys 1970-1976
225:2214 Yearly Summaries, Bell System 1965-1971
225:2215 Yearly Summary Comparisons 1965-1971
Yearly Summary
225:2216 1971
225:2217 1972
226:2218 1973
226:2219 1974
226:2220 1975
226:2221 1976
226:2222 1977
226:2223 1978
226:2224 1979
226:2225 1980
226:2227 Yellow Pages, 1978
226:2228 Yellow Pages, 1979
226:2229 Yellow Pages, 1980
226:2230 Yellow Pages, 1981
226:2231 Yellow Page Ads, 1979
226:2232 Yellow Pages and ATT, 1981
226:2233 Yellow Pages ATT/SNET, 1979-1980
226:2234 Yellow Pages and ATT/SNET, 1981-1982
226:2235 Yellow Pages Budget, 1981
226:2236 Yellow Pages Budget, 1982
226:2238 Yellow Pages Business To Business, 1978
226:2239 Yellow Pages Business To Business, 1979
226:2240 Yellow Pages Business To Business, 1980
226:2241 Yellow Pages, Business To Business, 1981
226:2242 Yellow Pages, Business To Business, 1981
226:2243 Yellow Pages, Business To Business, 1982
226:2244 Yellow Pages Business To Business Categorization, 1979
226:2245 Yellow Pages, Business To Business Direct Marketing, 1982
226:2246 Yellow Pages, Business To Business Inserts, 1982
226:2247 Yellow Pages Business To Business Plans, 1980
226:2248 Yellow Pages, Business To Business Radio, 1981
226:2249 Yellow Pages, Business To Business Research, 1979
226:2250 Yellow Pages, Business To Business Special Projects, 1981
226:2251 Yellow Pages Business To Business Study, 1979
226:2252 Yellow Pages Community Campaign, 1978
226:2253 Yellow Page Coupons, 1980
226:2254 Yellow Pages Dentist Campaign, 1980
226:2255 Yellow Pages Lawsuit, 1979
226:2256 Yellow Pages Lawsuit, 1982
226:2257 Yellow Pages Long Range View, 1981-1982
226:2258 Yellow Pages National Association, 1982
226:2259 Yellow Pages Presentation, 1973
226:2260 Yellow Pages Promotional Program, 1981
544:2261 Yellow Pages Promotions and Studies, 1976
544:2262 Yellow Pages Radio Campaign, 1980
544:2263 Yellow Pages Red Campaign, 1978-1979
544:2264 Yellow Pages Red Campaign, 1980
544:2265 Yellow Pages Red Campaign, 1980
544:2266 Yellow Pages/Red Direct Marketing, 1979
544:2267 Yellow Pages Reference and Research Materials, 1979
544:2268 Yellow Pages Research, 1976-1980
544:2270 Yellow Pages Schedule, 1980
544:2271 Yellow Pages Study, 1973
544:2272 Yellow Pages Study, 1974
544:2273 Yellow Pages Study, 1976
544:2274 Yellow Pages Studies, 1977
544:2278 Yellow Pages Trumbull Campaign, 1980
544:2279 Yellow Pages Usage Study, 1977
544:2280 Yellow Pages Usage Study, CT, 1977
544:2281 Yellow Pages Usage Study, 1978
544:2282 Yellow Pages Usage Studies, 1981
Customer Complaints
227:2283 Customer Comment Guide, 1930
227:2284 to FCC [Federal Communications Commission] (binder), 1949-1969
227:2285 to PUC [Public Utilities Commission] Equipment (binder), 1915-1968
to PUC, Rates (binders)
227:2286 1926-1934
227:2287 1926-1957
227:2288 1958-1966 (folder, w/Index)
227:2289 1958-1966
227:2290 1967-1969
228:2291 1970
228:2292 1971
to PUC, Service (binders)
228:2293 1916-1947
228:2294 1948-1951
228:2295 1952-1955
228:2296 1956-1962
229:2297 1963-1966
229:2298 1967-1968
229:2299 1969
229:2300 1970
229:2301 1971
Employee Information
230:2303 Anniversary Card, Church St. Building, 1988
230:2320 Company Structure, 1970
230:2323 Consumer Health Skills Leader's Guide, 1982
230:2325 CT Finest Magazine, 1988
230:2327 Ecology Program, 1977
230:2328 Ecology Program, 1980
230:2329 Ecology Program Reports, 1970s-1980s
230:2330 Ecology Program Report, 1981 July
230:2331 Ecology Report, 1981 July
230:2332 Elevator Cards, 1962-1963
230:2333 Elevator Cards, 1965
Elevator Cards (OS)
note: see box 286-287 (large binders)
230:2341 Health Promotion Manual, 1982
230:2342 Health Promotion Manual and Guide, 1982 November
230:2353 Keep It Off Program, undated
230:2355 Labor/Management Agreement, 1968 September
230:2356 License Contract Study, 1979
230:2361 Management Topics, 1982
230:2363 News Briefs, 1976
230:2367 Pamphlets, Company Services, 1990s
230:2368 Pamphlets, Financial Facts, 1974
230:2370 President Carter's Ecology Package, 1977
230:2372 Privacy of Records Policy, 1980
230:2374 Program Samples, 1980
230:2379 Rate Case Background Information Booklet, 1982 March
230:2380 Rate Case Backgrounder Program, 1982
230:2381 Rate Case Backgrounder Program, Part I, 1982
230:2382 Rate Case Backgrounder Program, Part II, 1982
230:2383 Rate Request Booklet, 1980
Safety Cards
230:2392 1935 January - November
230:2393 1936
230:2394 1937
230:2395 1938
230:2396 1939
230:2397 1940
230:2398 1941
230:2399 1942
230:2400 1945
230:2401 1946
230:2402 1947
230:2403 1951 February - March
230:2404 1952
230:2405 1953 February - December
230:2406 1954
230:2407 1955 February - October
230:2408 1956 February - December
230:2409 1957
230:2410 1958
230:2411 1959
230:2412 1960
230:2413 1961
230:2414 1962 January - February
230:2415 1965
230:2424 Strike Letter, 1968 May
Jean Handley Files
230:2507 Management Employment Conference, 1976
Programs
230:2525 Affirmative Action Program (Vets and Handicapped), 1976
Public Information
ATT Correspondence
230:2545 1978 March - July
230:2546 1978 August - December
545:2547 1979 January - May
545:2548 1979 June - December
545:2550 Brochures/Magazines/Pamphlets, 1980s
545:2551 Buried Cable Booklet, 1968/1991
545:2552 Business Promotions, 1987-1991
545:2565 Centennial Booklet, 1977
545:2566 Centennial Program/History, 1978
545:2567 Centennial Planning, 1977 May
545:2574 Corporate Symbol Promotion, 1984
545:2582 Ecology Program Reports, 1974-1980
545:2583 Editorial, Alfred W. Van Sinderen, undated
545:2585 Educational Relations, 1980
288 Informational Packages (OS)
note: see box 288, folders 2601-2612
Interviews (transcripts of)
231:2613 Aleska, G. and Johnson, J., 1976
231:2614 Burchard and Hyde, 1976
231:2615 Corves, G., 1976
231:2616 D'Onofrio, D., 1976
231:2617 Eckstrom, R., 1977
231:2618 Gradwell, J., 1976
231:2619 Little, R. P., 1976
231:2620 Lombardi, R., 1976
231:2621 Miglio, D., 1976
231:2622 Owens, O. H., 1976
231:2623 Owens, O. H., 1976
231:2624 Tinker, D., 1976
231:2625 Van Sinderen, A., 1977
231:2626 Van Sinderen, A., 1976
231:2627 Zupka, D., 1976
231:2628 I-SNET [Internet], 1994 January
231:2635 LINX Promotion [Cellular], 1987
231:2636 Mailing Samples, 1988
231:2639 News Conference, Lightnet, 1985 May - June
231:2640 News Conference, Sonecor, 1983 January
231:2642 News Releases, 1956-1979
231:2643 News Releases, 1986
231:2644 News Releases, 1987
231:2645 News Releases, 1987-1994
231:2646 News Releases, 1994-1998
231:2647 News Release, Fiber Optics, 1989 December
231:2648 News Release, Lease/Finance, 1992 September
231:2650 News Report, Yellow Pages, 1976 July
Pamphlets
231:2651 1970-1986
231:2652-54 1980s
231:2655 Press Conference, Van Sinderen, 1974 April
Press Luncheons, Van Sinderen,
231:2660-62 1974
231:2663-64 1977
289 Promotional Items (OS)
note: see box 289, folders 2665-2672
290 Promotional Items (OS),
note: see box 290, folders 2673-2679
231:2680 Publications, 1980s
231:2681 Rate Guide, Part I, 1936
231:2682 Rate Guide, Part II, 1936
231:2685 Road After 1984 Information Package (OS), 1983-1984
note: see box 290
231:2687 Road After 1984 New Release Package (OS), 1983-1984
note: see box 290
231:2692 Samples, 1960s
231:2693 Samples, 1980s
231:2699 Special Olympics Media Kit (OS), 1995
note: see box 290
231:2700 Special Olympics Program, 1993
231:2701 Special Olympics, 1994
Speeches
231:2702 Gustavson, D., 1976
231:2703-04 Miglio, D., 1984
231:2705 Owens, O. H., 1976
231:2706 Owens, O. H., 1977
231:2707 Scully, W. J., 1976
231:2708 Van Sinderen, 1977 January
231:2709 1976 November
231:2710 1976 June
231:2711 1977 April
232:2712 Speeches, Indexes, through 1979
232:2713 1956-1961
232:2714 1983 November - December
232:2715-16 1984 January - May
232:2717-18 1984 May - December
232:2719-20 1985
232:2721-23 1986
233:2724-26 1987
233:2727 Unidentified, 1966-1986
233:2728 Unidentified, undated
233:2729 Brown, Charles L., 1977-1980
233:2730 Brown, Charles L., 1980-1982
233:2731 Handley, Jean M., 1980-1984
233:2732 Handley, Jean M., 1985-1987
Monteith, Walter H.,
233:2733 1982-1983
233:2734 1984-1985
233:2735 1986-1987
233:2736 1987
234:2737 Olson, J. E., 1980-1983
Van Sinderen, A. W
234:2738 1966-1967
234:2739 1968
234:2740 1972
234:2741 1977-1978
234:2742 1980
234:2743 1980-1981
234:2744 1982
234:2745 1983
234:2746 1984
234:2747 1984-1985
234:2748 Von Auw, A., 1965, 1968, 1981
291:2749 World's Fair Promotion Binder (OS)
Oversized
Advertising
235 Artwork; (loose materials) Line-Art, Drawings, Transparencies, 1970s-1980s
236 Illustrations, 1950s
237 Illustrations, 1950s-1970s
Illustrations
238:1988-1998 George DeCrosta First Century, 1970s
238:2038 Directory Centennial Prints, 1970s
239 Illustrations; Mike Barber/Yellow Pages, 1950s
239:1999 Bear Hunt
239:2000 Mountain Climber
239:2001 Scuba Diver
239:2002 Fox Hunt
239:2003 Deep Sea Fisherman
239:2004 Woman Skier
239:2005 Big-game Hunter
239:2006 Geologist
240:2024-2025, Mechanicals,
note: also loose materials
241 Mechanicals, 1980s
242 Photographs, undated
243 Photographs, undated
244 Posters, 1960s-1970s
245 Posters, 1970s-1980s
246 Posters (Large Binder), 1970-1972
247 Printing Plates, undated
247:2037-2038 Business Office Informationals
247:2039 Directory Informationals
247:2040 Ecology Ad
247:2041-2045 Extension Ads
247:2046-2051 Long Distance Ads
247:2052 Phone Store Informationals
247:2053 Total Phone Ads
Samples
248:1843 Account Review, 1986
248:2099 Business Ads, 1970s-1980s
248:2100 Business Ads, Bell System, 1979
248:2101 Business Ads, Posters, 1980s
248:2102 Business to Business Yellow Pages Ads, 1980s
249:2103 Samples, undated
249:2104 Samples Long Distance, 1950s
249:2105 Sample Ads ATT, [1970s]
249:2106 Sample Ads Bell System, [1970s]
249:2107 Sample Ads Western Electric, [1970s]
250 Newspaper Ads (Large Poster Board), 1953-1955
251:2108-2124 Pamphlets, Booklets, Directory and Residence Ads, 1930s
252:2125-2131 Rates, Long Distance, Health and Safety (employee ads), 1920s-1930s
253:2132-2138 Residence Ads and Mechanicals, 1980s
(also loose materials)
254:2139-2141 Residence, Long Distance and Service Ads, 1936-1940
255:2142-2150 Services, Brochures, Educational and Business Ads, 1980s
Sample Advertisements, (Large Binders)
256 1955
257 1955
258 1956
259 1956 (Direct Distance Dialing)
260 1957
261 1958
262 1959
263 1960
264 1961
265 1962
266 1963
267 1964
268 1965
269 1965
270 1966
271 1966
272 1967
273 1968
274 1969
275 1970 (Flat Box)
276 1971
277 1972
278 1973
279 1974
280 1975
281 1976
282 1977
283 1978
284 1979
285 1980
Employee Information
286 Elevator Cards, Safety Cards, Posters (large binder), 1962-1963
287 Elevator Cards, 1965-1966
Public Information
Informational Packages
288:2601 All Distance, 1992-1993
288:2602 Centennial Celebration, 1978 January
288:2603 Education Program, Phenomenal Phone Book, 1989
288:2604 Industry News, 1980s
288:2605 I-SNET 1994 August
288:2606 Links To Learning, 1988 October
288:2607 LINX Program, 1985
288:2608 Press Conference Package, NHSO, 1993 May
288:2609 Planning and Forecast, 1968 March
288:2610 Recruiting, undated
288:2611 Sonecor Press Conference Package, 1983
288:2612 Sonecor Packages, 1984-1985
Promotional Items
289:2665 Autographed Hand-fan, undated
289:2666 Official New Haven Anniversary Commemorative Medal, 1988
289:2667 New Corporate Symbol, undated
289:2668 Radio Commercial Record Sample, 1984
289:2669 SNET WATS Wings Pin, undated
289:2670 Yellow Pages Note Pad, 1991-1992
289:2671 771-Call Program, 1991-1992
289:2672 771-Call Program, 1991-1992
Promotional and Informational Items
290:2673 Ecology Program Promotional Item, 1980
290:2674 Ecology Promotion Item, Yellow Pages Dress, 1968
290:2675 Exhibit Handbook, Special Olympics, 1995
290:2676 Holiday Materials, undated
290:2677 Lightwave Press Conference Promotional Items, 1979
290:2678 Service Charges Chart, undated
290:2679 SNET Classic Tennis, 1994
290:2685 Road After 1984 Information Package, 1983-1984
290:2687 Road After 1984 News Release Package, 1983-1984
290:2699 Special Olympics Media Kit, 1995
291:2749 World's Fair Promotion Binder, 1964-1965
Series IV: Product Service Development, undated, 1889-1967
292:2752 Appreciation Course for Plant Engineering Headquarters Employees Engaged in Cable and Conduit Record Work, 1942
Blueprints and Diagrams (OS)
Note: folders 2753-2761
Buildings
(cab):2753 New Haven - Court St., 1904
(cab):2754 Stamford - Dial Office, 1928
(cab):2755 Stamford - Greyrock Place (25), 1921-1925
(cab):2756 Cable Diagrams - Orange/Derby (2), 1921
(cab):2757 Cable Diagrams - Waterbury (2), 1921
(cab):2758 Coy Switchboard Blueprint, 1878
(cab):2759 Diagrams
Connections in Trunk Line Section, 1889
Establishment of Exchange Trunk Connection (A,B), undated
Method of Wrapping Frayed Switchboard Cords, 1918
Schematic, 1906
Sketch Showing Method of Distribution from 10pr. Terminals, 1903
Sketch Showing Method of Supporting Cables and Proper Location, 1903
Sketch Showing Proposed Combination of Distribution, 1903
Standard Ground Connections, 1909
Standard Lag Screw for Six Pin Arm, 1902
Telephone Use Sign, undated
Test Section - Bridgeport, CT, undated
(cab):2760 Loading Coil Vault/Manholes, 1921
(cab):2761 Pay Stations, undated
292:2762 Cable Ledger New Haven Area w/maps, 1900-1906
292:2763 Cable Ledger New Haven Area, 1896-1913
292:2764 Carrier and Microwave Systems, 1967
292:2765 Cost Data for estimating the cost of new construction, 1925
292:2766 Equipment appraisal cards, ca. 1910-1915
Engineering Department
292:2767 File D4.1 Vol. No. 1, 1914-1930
292:2768 File D4.1 Vol. No. 2, 1913-1935
293:2769 File D4.2 Vol. No. 1 Retirement Costs, 1913-1931
293:2770 File D5.2 Vol. No. 1 Depreciation, 1913-1928
293:2771 File D5.2 Vol. No. 2 Depreciation Study, 1929
293:2772 File D5.2A A. F. Brooks Depreciation Testimony, 1928
293:2773 File D5.2A General and Correspondence, 1928
293:2774 File D6.1 Vol. No. 1 Depreciation Reserve Requirements Study, 1933
293:2775 File D6.1 Vol. No. 2 Depreciation Reserve Data, 1933-1936
293:2776 File D6.1 Vol. No. 3 Depreciation Reserve Requirement Study, 1936-1938
293:2777 File PE11 Vol. No. 6 Retirement Unit Costs/Plant Quantities, 1921-1924
293:2778 File PE11 Vol. No. 7 Retirement Unit Costs/Plant Quantities, 1925-1927
294:2779 File PE11 Vol. No. 8 Preliminary Unit Costs, 1927-1933
294:2780 File PE11 Vol. No. 9 Retirement Unit Costs, 1923-1932
294:2781 File PE11 Vol. No. 13 Retirement Unit Costs, 1935-1937
294:2782 File PE11 Vol. No. 14 Retirement Unit Cost Data, 1937
294:2783 File PE11 Vol. No. 15 Retirement Accounting Practices, 1938
294:2784 File PE11 Vol. No. 16 Station Apparatus, 1929-1941
294:2785 File PE11 Vol. No. 17 Preliminary Unit Costs, 1939-1941
294:2786 General Specifications for Exchange Aerial Construction, 1911
294:2787 Ledger Material/Labor, 1913-1915
294:2788 Major Emergency Routine, 1954
294:2789 Plant Bulletin - No. 1, 1910
294:2790-91 Plant Bulletin - Plainville, 1911-1922
Inventories
295:2792 Bristol Substation Inventory data sheets, 1917
295:2793 Notes on Inventories, Separation of Toll and Exchange Plant, Etc., 1913
295:2794 Pole Line, Aerial Wire and Aerial Cable Plant Inventory
Hamden and Canal RR, 1917
295:2795 New Haven, 1917
295:2796 Waterbury, 1921
296:2797-98 Willimantic, 1916
296:2799-805 Plant Department Inventory, 1916
Series V: Studies, Reports, and Plans, undated, 1911-1985
Paper
297:2806 Administrative Routine for Approval of Time Share Projects, 1976
297:2807 Automatic Number Identification, 1960?
297:2810 CAMA Studies (Centralized Automatic Message Accounting), 1956-1961
297:2811 CAROT II - Centralized Automatic Reporting on Trunks - Phase 2, 1975
297:2812 Conduit Study - data, 1942
see also: box 303
297:2813 Connecticut - Census of Manufacturers, 1939
297:2814 Connecticut Control Switch Point Study, 1964
297:2815 Connecticut Regional Survey, 1929-1950
Data and Information Systems (Information Technology Learning Center)
297:2818 1974 Objectives - Status Report
297:2819 1974 Project Summary
297:2820 1975 Objectives - Mid Year Report
297:2821 1975 Objectives - Year End Report
297:2822 1975 Project Summary
297:2823 1976 Objectives - Mid year Report
297:2824 1976 Objectives - Year End Report
297:2825 1976 Project Summary
297:2826 1977 Objectives - Mid Year Report
297:2827 1977 Objectives - Year End Report
297:2828 1978 Objectives - Mid Year Report
297:2829 1978 Objectives - Year End Report
297:2830 1979 Objectives - Mid Year Report
297:2831 1979 Objectives - Year End Report
297:2832 1980 Objectives - Mid Year Report
Data and Information Systems (Information Technology Center)
297:2833 1980 Objectives - Year End Report 1981
297:2834 1981 Objectives - Mid Year Report,
297:2835 1981 Objectives - Year End Report, 1982
297:2836 1982 Objectives - Mid Year Report
297:2839 1981 Departmental MBO Review, 1981 January - June
297:2840 1982 Departmental MBO Review, 1982 January - June
297:2841 1982 Departmental MBO Review, 1982 janaury - December
297:2849 Corporate Mechanization Program Annual Report - Projects Cut into Service, 1978
297:2850 Corporate Mechanization Program Annual Report - Projects Cut into Service, 1979
297:2851 CRIS Division, Work Program Status Report for the First Half of 1982, 1982
297:2853 Direct Distance Dialing - Northwest Study, 1959
Directory Assistance Charging
297:2854 Business Customer Survey, 1973
297:2855 Charging for Directory Assistance, 1974
297:2856 Charging for Directory Assistance - Rate Recommendation, 1976
297:2857 Charging for Directory Assistance - Replies to the PUCA Questions, 1976 March
297:2858 Charging for Directory Assistance - Replies to the PUCA Questions, 1976 June
297:2859 Directory Assistance Charging, undated
297:2860 Directory Assistance Charging Curtailment Study - 6 Proposed Rate Plans, 1976
298:2861 Directory Assistance Charging - a Research Proposal, 1972
298:2862 Directory Assistance Charging - An SNET Public Relations Plan to Inform Employees - Public, 1978
298:2863 Directory Assistance Charging Study - Rate Case Data, 1975
298:2864-65 Directory Assistance Charging - 1976 Study, 1976
298:2866 Directory Assistance Charging - 1978 Study, 1978
298:2867 Directory Assistance System/Microfilm - Operational and Economic Analysis, 1974
298:2868 Directory Assistance Usage Study, 1976
298:2869 Directory Assistance Usage Characteristics Study, 1976
298:2870 Effectiveness of Directory Assistance Volume Reduction Advertising, May to October 1977, 1978
298:2871 General, undated, 1976-1978
298:2872 Heuristic Estimation of SNET Directory Assistance Charging Curtailment - 5 Alternate Rate Plans, 1975
298:2873 Introducing the X-Y-Z Directory Assistance Pos., undated
298:2874 Residence Customer Survey, 1973
298:2875 Service and Cost Analysis, 1977
298:2876 Division Operations Managers, 1969-1971
298:2877 Division of Revenues Study - Central Office Equipment, 1943
298:2878 Downstate High Density Backbone Routing Strategies, 1981
(New York Telephone)
298:2879-80 Earnings and Profit Study - Farmington Valley Telephone Co., 1967?
299:2881-82 Earnings and Profit Study - Farmington Valley Telephone Co., 1967?
299:2883-85 Earnings and Profit Study - Sharon Telephone Co., 1969?
299:2886 Sharon Telephone Co. - Financial Statements, 1909-1923
299:2887-88 Earnings and Profit Study - Sharon Telephone Co., 1974?
299:2900 Fiber Backbone Routing Strategies, 1982
299:2901 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act- Plan for Compliance, [1978?]
299:2902 Fundamental Plan for the Administration of Customer Services, 1974
299:2903 Gasoline Rationing, 1980
299:2904 Hartford Metropolitan Area Plan, 1976
300:2905 Index Number Study, Aerial Cable, 1925
300:2906 Poles, 1925
300:2907 Poles Removed, 1925
300:2909 Interoffice Lightguide Backbone Facility Route, 1982
300:2910 Hartford Area Inter-Office Plan, 1981
300:2911 Local Area Networks, 1982
300:2912-14 Long Range Planning for Plant Extension, 1973
300:2915 Microwave Fundamental Plan, 1966
300:2916 New London District - Plans and Objectives for 1970, 1970
300:2917 Old Greenwich Sound Beach Study, 1911-1917
300:2918 Opportunities for Increasing Organizational Effectiveness (Arthur D. Little, Inc.), 1963
300:2919 Performance Review, 1979
300:2920 Planning for a Digital Backbone Facility, 1982?
300:2921 Planning Material for Phase 1 of the Customer Request for Service Segment of the Business Information System, 1965
300:2931 Public Utilities Commission Docket no.7415 - Separation of Property, Expenses and Revenues, (vol. 1), 1946
300:2932-33 Public Utilities Commission Docket no.7415 - Separation of Property, Expenses and Revenues, (vol. 2), 1946
301:2934 Public Utilities Commission Docket no.7415 - Separation of Property, Expenses and Revenues - Central Office Equipment, 1946
301:2935 The Road After 1984: The Impact of Technology on Society - A Nation-Wide Survey of the Public and Its Leaders on the New Technology and Its Consequences for American Life (Louis Harris and Assoc. Inc.), 1983
Survey Data
301:2936-37 Impact of Technology on Society (Connecticut), 1983
301:2938-39 Impact of Technology on Society (Leaders), 1983
301:2940-41 Impact of Technology on Society (Public), 1983
301:2943 SNET Testing Utilities, undated
301:2944 Southern New England Telephone Cellular Mobile Telecommunications Service - A Case Study (Presented at Yale School of Organization and Management), 1985
302:2945 Special Service - Serving Plan, 1981
302:2946-53 Studies filed with the PUCA/DPUC, 1975-1979
302:2954-61 Studies and Reports filed with the PUCA/DPUC, 1975-1979
545:2962-63 Studies and Reports filed with the PUCA/DPUC, 1975-1979
545:2964 Summaries of Typical Business Research Studies, [1974?]
545:2965 Summary of General Business Conditions in Connecticut, 1946
545:2966 SXS Intertoll Tandem Retirements, 1975-1976
545:2967 SXS Tandem Replacements, 1973-1976
Tariff divestiture
545:2968 Interoffice Facility Study, 1980
545:2969 T1C vs. T1, 1979
Terrestrial Digital Circuits Filing
545:2970 Vol. 2 Demand Analysis Process and Results, 1982
545:2971 Vol. 4 High Capacity Investment Generator System, 1982
545:2972 Unit Cost Studies, 1917-1918
546:2973 Unit Cost Studies, 1917-1918
Conduit Study - Data (OS) 1942
note: see box 303, folder 2974
546:2975 Installation Man Hours, 1919-1920
546:2976 Original Derivation of Construction Unit Cost, 1915-1924
Terminal Study (OS) [1917-1918?]
note: see box 303, folder 2977
Oversize
303:2974 Conduit Study - Data, 1942
303:2977 Terminal Study, [1917-18?]
Project Management Reports - Fiche
PR = performance reviews
DEF = Definition reports
DES = Design reports
FO = Formation reports
ST = Status Reports
304 P # 8017
101 ESS (electronic switching system) ST, 1965
ACCOUNT 725 PR, DSG, 1975-77
AID (assignment information display) ST, 1979
AID (assignment information display) FO, 1979
AIS (automatic interface system) ST, 1977
ALSTON RECORDERS FO, DEF/DSG, PR, ST, 1975-1977
AMA (automatic message accounting) DEF, 1973
AMA One Second Timing (automatic message accounting) PR, 1974
AT&T EDP Systems Council 1 ST, 1975
Basic R&C (reconciliation and conversion) ST, 1975
Billing and Collecting ST, 1974
BISCOM (business information system communications system) DSG, 1970
BISCUS (business information systems customers service) pre/DEF, DSG, pre/DSG, 1968-1969
BISCUS/FACS (business information system customer facility assignment and control system) ST, 1976-1977
BISCUS/FACS (business information system customer facility assignment and control system) ST, 1977
BISP Plan ST, 1978
BOBS (business office business sales) PR, DEF/DSG, 1977, 1979
BOCAP (business office cost analysis plan) DEF/DSG, 1978
BRED 1 (bill redesign phase 1) FO, 1977
BRED II (bill redesign) FO, 1978
BSCRR (business service center records reorganization) FO, 1979
BSCRR (business service center records reorganization) DEF/DSG, 1979
BSC/RSC (business service center/residence service center conversion) ST, [1980?]
BSMP (billing service measurement plan) ST,FO, 1979
CAAS (construction program administration system) DEF, 1971
CAM (connection appraisal methods program) FO, 1969
CAMA-C (centralized automatic message accounting - Computerized) PR, 1977
CAMIS (construction activities management information System) FO, 1979
CAPS (centrex and PBX systems) ST, DES, 1973-1976
CAPS PR, 1978
CAPS Multistation FO,ST,PR/ST, PR, 1977-1979
CARE (computer administration report and evaluation) FO,ST, 1974
Cash Redesign ST, 1980
CCAUP (computerized cable upkeep administrative program) FO, 1976
CCSA and FX Detail FO/DES, PR, 1974-1975
CDM (cost distribution module) FO, 1980
Centralized Mail Remittance Mechanization PR,FO, 1971-1973
Centrex Conv. System ST, PR, FO, 1973-1976
Centrex Feature Addition DEF/DSG, 1978
CISRP (customer installation service results plan) FO, PR, 1975-1976
CMDS 1 (Centralized message data system) ST, 1968
CMDS II (Centralized message data system - phase 2) ST, 1968
CMDS/EMR (centralized message data system/ expanded Message record) FO, DEF/DSG, 1978-1980
CMR (centralized mail remittance mechanization), 1972
CNA (customer name and address microfilm application) ST,ST,FO, 1971-1977
CNA (customer name and address) DEF/DSG, 1977
COER (#5 central office equipment reports) PR, 1975
COER (#5 crossbar engineering and administration) FO/DSG, 1973
COIN (coin revenues) FO, 1972
COIN (coin phone operational and information network) ST, 1969-1972
COIN/CTOCS (coin telephone operational and information Network/coin telephone operation center subsystem) DEF/DSG, 1978-1979
COMBO DES, ST, 1977
COMLIST (company mailing lists) PR, 1974
Comptrollers Conference ST, 1977
Computer Planning ST, 1971
CONVESS (conversion to ESS) DES, PR, undated, 1972-1974
CONVESS II (conversion to ESS) FO, PR, 1975-1976
Corporate Securities ST, 1979
COSAU (company savings plan) ST, PR, 1978-1979
COSAV (company savings plan) DES, FO/DEF, 1976-1978
CPR-COE (continuing property records) ST, 1979
CRB Misc. Expense Controls ST, 1968
CRB Report Requirements (customer record and billing) ST, 1967
CRIS (customer record information system) ST, 1977
CRISSOUP (customer records information system service Order update) ST, FO/DEF, DSG, 1977-1979
Cross Bar Random Administration System DES, ST, PR, 1973-1975
CTR (current time report) FO,DSG/ST Network/coin telephone operation center subsystem) ST,FO, 1975-1976
Customer Records Information System FO, 1977
CWM (redesign of clerical work measurement reporting System) DSG, PR, 1977-1978
DAS/M (directory assistance system/ microfiche) ST, 1973
DATA PAC DEF/DSG, PR, ST, 1972-1975
Database Management Billing and Collecting FO, 1972
DDS SVCS Bureau FO, PR, 1970-1972
Deferral Accounting FO, 1976
DILSO ST, 1963
Directory Assistance Charging FO, 1972
Directory Assistance Charging Studies DSG, 1975
Directory Assistance on Monthly Analysis #9 Rpt FO, 1975
Directory Assistance Statistics PR, 1975
Directory Delivery DEF, 1976
Directory Delivery System FO,DSG, PR, 1975-1978
DOPAC (disk oriented property and cost system) FO, 1969
DR2020 PR, 1972
DSDOPAC DSG, 1977
DSP (division sales plan) FO, DSG, ST, PR, 1974-1977
DSP Modification (division sales plan) DEF/DSG, 1976
DSP Phone Center Modification (division sales plan) FO, 1977
EAS (engineering administration system) FO, 1973
ECOS (emission control operational survey system) DSG, 1973
EDP Long Range Plan) ST, 1973
EIS (expenditure information system) ST, 1972
EIS II (expenditure information system II) FO, 1972
ERS (employee record study) DEF, ST, [1979?]-1980
ESS ST, PR, 1971-1977
EWM PR, 1978
FA/NAP (functional accounting & network access pricing) ST, 1972
FA/Payroll DEF, DSG/ST, 1975-1977
FA STAGE II (functional accounting) ST, 1975
FAINT-REL 7 (functional accounting interface design report-Product release 7) DSG, 1978
FAINT-REL 107 (functional accounting interface design report-Product release 10) DSG, 1979
Functional Accounting ST, FO, 1976-1978
GIS-CRSE ST, 1973
GRI 75 (retention and refund) ST, 1975
GRI 75 (overview of data systems rate case involvement) ST, 1975
HAIR Refund ST, 1969
ICH (international call handling) FO,ST, 1975-1976
Intrastate Inwats ST, 1966
ICIS (investment and cost information system) ST, 1968-1969
ICIS (investment and cost information system- system Description guide) ST, 1974
Interexchange & Intraexchange Facilities FO, DSG, ST, 1974
LATIS (loop activity tracking information system) FO, ST, 1980
LMOS (loop maintenance operation system) FO, DEF, 1975-1976
Mail Enclosing ST, 1969
MAP/NAT (mechanized accounts payable/national vendor Tracking) FO, ST, FO/DEF, 1978-1979
MARS/SXS (mechanized assignment and records system for step by step) FO, 1980
MBO (management by objective) ST, 1973
Measured Service ST, 1971
Mechanized Corp Accounting FO, 1978
Mechanized Furniture CPR FO, 1973
Mechanized Line Cards FO, 1972
Mechanized Station Inventory ST, 1971-1973
Mechanized Treatment DSG, PR, undated, 1974
Mini Computer Information ST, 1972
MIS (marketing information system) FO, ST, 1973
MIS/RJE FO, 1973
Misc. Expense Controls ST, 1968
MLT (mechanized loop testing) FO, DSG, [1976?]-1978
MMS (marketing measurement system) FO/DEF, DSG, ST, PR, 1976-1978
MPEX DSG, 1971
MOMBO (mechanization of manual billing operations) ST, 1979
MOST (mechanization of stockholder transactions) DEF/DSG, ST, 1968-1969
MOVIMS (motor vehicle information system) FO, ST, 1973-1978
MOVIMS Interface FO, 1978
MSS (mechanized special studies system) DEF/DSG, FO, 1979
MTRIS (major tool reconciliation of inventory system) DEF, DSG,PR, 1972-1974
MTSS (marketing toll study system) FO, undated
OACS (optional area calling service) DSG, 1974
OC-C (other charges and credit to customer records database) FO, 1979
PASSBAR (plant and switching system budget and results) DEF, DSG, PR, 1971-1977
PASSBAR II (plant and switching system budget and results) DSG, DEF,ST, 1977-1979
PCAVES PR, 1971
PDS (personnel data system) FO, DEF, ST, DSG, PR, 1971-1974
Pensions DEF/DSG, ST, FO, PR, DSG, 1972-1979
Pensions Rewrite DEF/DSG, undated
PICS/DCPR (plug in control system/ detailed continuing property Record) FO/ST, 1979
Pole Records Com DSG, 1973
Pole Records CATV PR, 1974
POLECAT (pole records CATV) FO, DEF, PR/ST, 1971-1974
POLECAT VER II ((pole records CATV) FO, undated
PROJECT I (mechanization of a standard order flow for special Services) ST, DEF/DSG, 1970-1974
PROJECT II (online circuit order production system) FO, DSG, 1974-1978
PSC/CIS (preferred stock changes and common issue system) ST, PR, 1974-1976
PSS (pension status system) FO, DSG, 1975
PTSC (public telephone service center) DEF/DSG, FO, DSG, 1979-1980
PTSC PH III (public telephone service center) DSG, 1980
Purchase Order Tracking ST, FO, 1978-1979
Records Reconciliation FO/DEF, DSG, ST, PR, 1976-1979
Redemp. Of Pref. Shares (redemption of preferred shares) FO, DEF/DSG, 1979
ROACS (rerating optional area calling service) DEF/DSG, PR, ST, 1974-1975
RECON 122 (reconciliation of account 122-21 expenditures) FO, DSG, ST, PR, 1973-1978
Restructure Interstate WATS DSG, PR, 1974-1975
Redesign of Clerical Work Measurement Reporting System FO, 1976
R & C Reduction Rec. (R & C reduction recommendations) ST, [1975]
SEAR (SNET employee activity report) FO, DEF, DSG, PR, 1976-1979
Service Center Planning Project Team ST, 1973
SECRET (SONAR error correction re-entry) FO/DEF, DSG, 1978-1979
SECRET PHASE I (SONAR error correction re-entry) DSG, 1979
SHARPPS (shareholder automatic reinvestment and purchase plan System) DEF, ST, PR, 1975-1977
SIM (system for intercept mechanization) FO/DEF, DSG, PR, 1973-1976
SN 995 (SN 995 financial report) FO, 1980
SODA (service order dial administration) FO, DEF/DSG, 1977-1978
SOF (service order filing) FO, DSG, 1975-1977
SONAR (service order network administration and reports) FO, DEF, DSG, 1973-1975
SONAR-EC (service order network administration and reports - Error correction) FO, DSG, 1977-1979
Special Revenue/ CDB (customer data base) DEF, 1980
SPIRT II (spirit II) FO, PR, 1973-1974
SRP (set recovery plan) FO, DSG, PR, undated, 1974-1975
STAR (station tracking and reports) DSG, 1978
STAR/PCR (STAR / plant cost results) ST, 1977
STEAM (system for TSPS/ESS AMA messages) PR, 1973
SUBACCT Revising to ACCT 500 PR, 1979
TAC (traffic account changes) FO, ST, PR, 1973-1977
TARS (transfer activity reporting system) FO, DEF, PR, 1973-1974
TB PROFIL (transfer bureau non-management employee profile/Status report) DEF/DSG, FO, PR, 1971-1979
TCOS (total/coin operation system) FO, DEF, DSG, ST, PR, 1973-1976
TDAS (traffic data administration system) FO, DSG, ST, PR, 1974-1978
Ten-Digit Encrypted Bell System Credit Card Plan FO, 1973
TFE&A (trunk facilities engineering and administration) ST, 1969
TFS (trunk forecast system) ST, FO, PR, 1971-1975
TIRKS (trunk integrated records keeping system) DSG, ST, 1976-1978
Toll Credit Card PR, 1973
Toll Errors FO, FO/ST, ST, DEF, DSG, PR, 1972-1978
TQCS (transmission quality control system) ST, PR, FO/DEF, DSG, 1970-1977
TRASOP (tax reduction act stock ownership plan) DSG, FO/DEF, PR, undated, 1978-1979
TREAT (trouble report evaluation and analysis tool) FO/DEF, DSG, PR, 1976-1977
TRUNKS PLAN B PR, 1972
TSP II DEF, 1972
TSPS ST, PR, 1974
TSPSAMA (TSPS AMA tape peg count system) DSG, PR, 1977-1978
TSS (trunk service system) FO, DSG, PR, 1974-1975
TYPS (yellow pages mechanization) DSG, ST, undated, 1980
Universal Centrex Conv. Sys. ST, PR, undated, 1971
USO Edit Redesign ST, FO, DEF, DSG, undated, 1972-1975
USPS (usage sensitive pricing study) FO, DSG, PR, 1973-1978
WARDS (WATS rerating and discount system) FO, DEF/DSG, PR, 1976-1978
WATS Message Detail FO, PR, 1971-1974
WATS/WIS (wide area telephone service/ WATS information system) FO, 1978
WEIRD (Western Electric interface and report data) DES, PR, 1977-1978
Write On FO, ST, PR, 1975-1976
Yellow Pages System FO, DSG, ST, 1971-1973
Zip Code Customer Bills FO, FO/DEF, 1974-1975
P #8050
ACTS Planning Guidelines (automated coin toll system), 1980
ASLIP (additional supplementary life insurance program) ST, [1979]
BENEFACTS (benefits feasibility study) ST, 1977
BOCAPS (business office cost analysis plan) PR, 1980
CAMA-C PR, 1978
ERS (employee records study) Pre-DEF, 1979
MAP/NAT (mechanized accounts payable/ national vendor tracking) ST, 1980
Multi- Element III DSG, 1980
MRTTA Planning Guidelines (message recording trunk trouble analysis system), 1980
Pensions Rewrite ST, 1980
Pension Study ST, 1979
PICS/DCPR (plug-in inventory control system/ detailed continuing Property record) DEF/DSG, 1980
R&C (reconciliation and conversion) PR, 1976
SAR (systematic absence reporting) FO, 1979
SECRET II (SONAR error correction re-entry phase II) DEF, 1980
SMDS (station message detail system) FO, 1973
SONAR DSG, DSG/ST, FO, 1972-1977
SOPHR (summary of plant hour revision) FO, 1970
Special Revenue ST, 1979
Special Revenue/CDB (special revenue to customer records database) FO, 1978
SR/DRS (stockholder records & draft reconciliation system) FO/DEF, DSG, 1973-1974
Standard Label Conv. DSG/ IMP, 1975
STAR (station tracking and reporting) FO/ST, DSG, FO, DSG/ST, 1977-1978
STOCK (stock replacement) ST, 1977
Stock Purge System Upgrade DEF/DSG, 1976
Tariff Enforcement Printout FO/DEF, 1973
TIRKS Plus (trunk integrated records keeping system) DEF/ST, ST, DSG, 1975-1976
TYPS (the yellow pages system) ST, FO, 1976-1980
UPR (update payroll rewrite) FO, 1979
WATS (WATS coordinating committee) ST, undated
WATS/WIS (wide area telephone service/WATS information system) FO, DEF/DSG, ST, 1978
WEB (WATS expanded band) FO/DEF, 1976
WEIS (western electric interface system) DSG, 1977
WEIS/FA (western electric interface system/functional accounting) DSG, 1978
WHIMSY (white pages mechanization system) ST, 1980
P# 8056
CFA/CDAR (centrex feature addition) PR, 1980
MRTTA (message recording trunk trouble analysis system) DEF/DSG, 1980
OC&C (other charge and credit to customer record database) DEF/ST, 1980
PICS/DCPR (plug-in inventory control system/ detailed continuing Property record) DEF/DSG, 1980
WATS Restructure Planning Guide, 1980
WATS/WIS (wide area telephone service/ WATS information system) PR, 1980
P# 8060
ABC (auto bill calling) ST, 1980
Draft Reconciliation Planning Guide, 1980
SOARCE (service order and recent change order) ST, 1980
P# 8087
CAMIS (construction activities management information system) DSG, 1980
CDM (cost distribution module) ST, 1980
LATIS (loop activity tracking information system) ST, 1980
Monthly Report #7 FO, 1980
MSM (multi-state marketing) FO/DEF, 1980
TB PROFIL PR, 1980
TYPS (the yellow pages system) ST, 1980
P# 8101
DRP/MOUDA Planning Guideline (division of revenue process/minutes Of use data accumulation), 1980
MAP/NAT (mechanized accounts payable/ national vendor tracking) ST, 1980
Plant Cost Results FO, 1980
SECRET (SONAR error correction re-entry) DSG, undated
SN 1057 Planning Guideline, 1980
P# 8108
304:2978 ABC (auto bill calling) FO, 1981
note: all restricted materials in folder#2978
COSAV (cooperative savings plan) PR/ST, 1981
FOES (furniture/office equipment system redesign) FO, 1981
SECRET (SONAR error correction re-entry) DSG, 1980
Standard Bill FO, 1980
Toll Long Range Plan FO/DEF, ST, 1981
P# 8114
MR #7 (monthly report #7) FO, 1980
Toll Long Range Plan FO/DEF, 1981
P# 8122
Complex R&C planning guideline, 1981
FOES (furniture/office equipment redesign) FO, 1981
OC&C (other charges and credits) DEF, 1980
PORT (purchase order and requisition tracking) ST, 1981
SOARCE (service order and recent change entry) FO, 1980
Standard Bill FO, 1980
P#8139
ABC (auto bill calling) FO, 1981
BSCRR (business service center/residence service center conversion) ST, 1981
DOES (DOPAC on line entry system) FO/Ex. Sum, FO, 1981
Special Revenue/CDB (customer database) DSG, 1981
TYPS (the yellow pages system) ST, 1981
P# 8140
Special Revenue DEF, 1980
P# 8148
DRP/MOUDA (division of revenue process/ minutes of use data Accumulation) DEF/DSG, 1981
VTPP (variable term payment plan) planning guidelines, 1981
WATS CCIS (wide area telephone service common channel interoffice Signaling) FO, 1981
P# 8154
CAMIS (construction activity management information system) PR, 1981
Toll Long Range Plan DSG, ST, 1981
VTPP (variable term payment plan) ST, 1981
P# 8168
PCRWU (plant cost results/ work units) DEF/DSG, 1981
PORT (purchase order and requisition tracking) DEF/DSG, 1981
P# 8196
Variable Term Payment Plan DEF, 1981
P# 8210
Corporate Securities System FO, 1982
P# 8218
Standard Bill DEF, 1981
P# 8235
DISPOP (disaggregation / product-only-pricing) ST, 1982
OC&C (other charges and credits) DSG, 1982
Toll Long Range Plan - Phase II FO, 1982
P# 8243
Frame Copy Distribution FO, 1982
Free Flow Standard Bill DSG, 1982
Front End Guiding FO, 1982
OC&C (other charges and credits) DSG, 1982
SN1057 planning guidelines, 1982
P# 8254
ALRU (automatic line record update) planning guideline, 1982
LMOS version release plan, 1982
SOARCE (service order and recent change entry) DSG, 1982
TYPS (the yellow pages system) PR, 1982
P# 8265
ALRU (automatic line record update) planning guideline, 1982
BSDOPAC/FA DSG, 1977
CTR (current time reporting) DSG, 1977
ICIS-FA (investment and cost information system - functional accounting) DSG, 1979
MAP/NAT (mechanized accounts payable/national vendor tracking) DSG, 1979
RSC Function ST, 1982
VTPP (variable term payment plan) ST, 1981
Series VI: Subject Files, undated, 1879-1994
305:2979 All Number Calling, 1961-1978
305:2980 Alling, John Wesley Sr., SNET president, 1908-1917, information about, 1915-1927
305:2980A Alling, John Wesley, grandson of J.W. Alling, Sr., information about employment with SNET, 1922-1954
305:2981 Alternative Energy - Gas and Solar, 1979-1982
Anniversaries
305:2982 20th of SNET, 1898
305:2983 50th of SNET, 1928
305:2984 75th of SNET - Advertising and Publicity (OS), 1953
note: see box 314
305:2985 75th of Telephone, 1951
305:2986 Centennial of SNET, Arthur Page Award Presentation, 1978
305:2987 Correspondence, 1976-1978
305:2988 Guest Lists and Miscellaneous, 1978
305:2989 Memorabilia, 1978
see also: box 343 for medallion
305:2990 Memorabilia (OS), 1978
note: see box 314
305:2991 PR Program, 1978
305:2992 Press Conference, 1977-1978
305:2993 Press Releases and Clippings, 1977-1978
305:2994 Program Summary, 1978
305:2995 Speeches, Remarks, Interviews, Proclamations, 1978
305:2996 Centennial of the Telephone, 1976
See also: box 357 for tapes reels
305:2997 Centennial of the Telephone Exchange, 1978
305:2997a 125th of SNET and celebration of the donation of SNET records to the University of Connecticut, 2003
305:2998 Others, 1938-1998
305:2999 AT&T / SNET Relationship, undated, 1883-1977
305:3000 The Automatic Telephone, by Harold Hooper Smith, 1909
305:3000A Bell, Alexander Graham, 1947-1979
305:3002 Bills, Receipts, Requests for Moves, Subscriptions, etc. - various, 1879-1909
Buildings
305:3003 227 Church Street, New Haven, 1937-1980
305:3004 300 George Street, New Haven, 1956-1959
305:3005 310 Orange Street, New Haven, 1955-1969
305:3006-07 350 George Street, New Haven - Data Center, 1977-1979
306:3008 400 State Street, New Haven, 1973-1977
306:3009 Business Headquarters (New Haven Register Properties), 1980-1982
306:3010 Court Street, New Haven, 1904-1980
306:3011 General undated, 1964-1978
306:3012 Hartford, 1969-1973
306:3012A Hartford Maps Pearl/Trumbull Streets, 1971 November
306:3013 Long Wharf, 1975
306:3014 Business Expansion, 1983
306:3015 Central Offices - Histories, undated
306:3016 Chronicles of Early Telephone Days in Connecticut - draft, by Frederick Parker Lewis, 1923
306:3017 Chronicles of Early Telephone Days in Connecticut with the Personal Stories of George W. Coy and Herrick P. Frost Concerning the First Commercial Exchange at New Haven, Connecticut, By Frederick Parker Lewis, ca. 1934
306:3018 Chronology of Telephone Events 1847- 1979, [1979?]
Coin Telephones
306:3019 Correspondence, 1882-1948
306:3020 General - facts, reports, etc., undated, 1968
306:3021 Memorabilia - token, contract, station list, undated, 1895
306:3022 News - Press Releases, Articles, etc., 1947-1978
306:3022a Company name, retirement of, 2003
306:3023 Connecticut Pioneers in Telephony, by Leigh J. Walsh - correspondence, 1944-1953
306:3024 Coy, George W., 1887-1947
306:3024a Coy, George W., letters about establishing exchange, 1910
306:3025 Cuba and South America - Correspondence, 1901
306:3026 Depression - 1930s, 1932
306:3027 Dial System, 1928-1968
306:3028 Directories, 1885-1978
306:3029 Directories - copies (1st one) samples, excerpts, 1878-1888
306:3030 Directory Assistance, 1973-1982
Early History
306:3031 Biographies, undated, 1944
306:3032 The First Telephone Installation in Hartford, Connecticut 1877-79, By John Malcolm Knox, 1927
306:3033 General Information undated, 1896-1979
306:3034 Personal Recollections, 1909-1944, 1978
306:3035 Reprints, 1907-1910
306:3036 Speeches, 1938-1948
306:3037 Stamps and Vouchers (1890s), undated, 1994
306:3038 Telephone Facts, undated, 1959-1978
306:3039 Edison, Thomas A., 1947?
306:3040 Embler, Andrew, undated, 1968
306:3041 Exchange Facts (by town), undated
306:3042 Exchange Histories, undated
306:3043 Exchange Names, 1952-1958
see also: box 305 - All Number Calling
306:3044 First Office and Switchboard, undated, 1927
306:3045 First Telephone and Telephone Exchange Claims, 1886-1978
307:3046 Fletcher, Ray - Clippings, 1988-1994
307:3047 Frost, Herrick P., 1948, 1978
307:3048 Glossary of Telephone Terms, undated
307:3049 Greater Hartford Open (GHO), 1986
307:3050 History of the Telephone Business in Connecticut from 1878-1899, by Frederick P. Lewis, 1899
307:3051 I-SNET, 1994
307:3052 Individual Measured Rate, 1980
Interstate Business
see also: Box 333 -Interstate Telephone Company
307:3053-56 Correspondence, 1879-1997
307:3057 History Research, undated, 1922-1945
307:3058 Minutes, Announcements, Contracts, Clippings, etc.- various, 1879-1989
307:3059 Lewis, Walter, 1944
307:3060 Library - Book Plate, undated
307:3061 Lightnet, 1984-1985
307:3062 Logos and Seals, undated, 1969
307:3063 Monroe - Trumbull Lightwave Project, 1979
307:3064 New York and New England Railroad, 1890
307:3065 Newspaper Advertising, undated, 1956
307:3066 Operating Department Rules, 1889
307:3067 Patent - Sanitary Mouthguard for Telephone Transmitters and Receivers, 1899-1900
307:3068 Poles, 1960, 1970
307:3069 Predecessor and Subsidiary Companies, undated, 1943-1978
see also: series VIII
307:3070 Presidents, Officers and Directors of SNET, undated
307:3071 Printed Material Advertisements (OS), undated, 1880-1941
note: see box 314
307:3072 Public Service Awards, 1966
307:3073 Questions and Answers, 1937
307:3074 Radio-Telephone Service (railroads), 1947-1977
(cab):3075 Rates, 1883, 1892
307:3076 Rogers Family Memorabilia (bus transportation), 1929-1962
307:3076A SBC Communications, 2004
307:3076B SBC History Center Calendars, 2004-2005
307:3077 Scantic, East Windsor - First Contract and Clippings, undated
307:3078 Services, 1930-1978
307:3079-81 SNET Chorus, 1974-1984
307:3082 Stockholders, undated, 1893
Statistics
307:3083 Annual Development Statistics, 1912-1922
(cab):3084 Exchanges and Stations, 1881-1960
308:3085 Facts and Figures, 1972, 1978
308:3086 Financial Statistics, 1883-1939
308:3087 Miscellaneous Statistics, 1906-1929
308:3088 Relation between Telephone and Population in Cities of Over 50,000 Population, Jan 1 1903, 1903
308:3089 Steck, John - Comic Book, 1997-1998,
Storms and Disasters
308:3090 General, 1888-1971
308:3091 Hartford Flood, 1936
see also: box 318
308:3092 1955 Flood, 1955-1978
308:3093 Hurricane, 1938
308:3094 Hurricane of 1938 Personal Recollections, 1988
308:3095 Hurricane, 1944 September
308:3096 Hurricane “Donna”, 1960 September
308:3097 Hurricane “Carol” and “Edna”, 1954 September
308:3098-99 Hurricane “Belle”, 1976 August
308:3100-02 Hurricane “Gloria”, 1985
308:3103 Sleet Storms, 1909-1942
308:3104 Tariffville Train Disaster, undated, 1954-1958
309:3105 Strike, AT&T and CWA - clipping file, 1986
Telephone Employee Mutual Benefit Society
309:3106 Records book, 1893-1928
309:3107 Yearbooks, 1896-1931
309:3108 Telephone Instruments, undated, 1976
309:3109 Telephone Pioneers of America, 1922-83
309:3110 Telephone Pioneers - An Historical Drama, 1950
Town Histories
309:3111 Ansonia-Derby, 1897-1974
309:3112 Avon, 1957-1972
309:3113 Berlin, 1935-1971
309:3114 Bethany, 1953
309:3115 Bethel, 1960-1971
309:3116 Bloomfield, 1953-1972
309:3117 Bolton, 1960?
309:3118 Branford, undated, 1911-1972
309:3119-21 Bridgeport, undated, 1879-1975
309:3122 Bridgeport, Bridgeport Life newspaper (OS) 1935 Jun 29
note: see box 314
309:3123 Bristol, 1881-1973
309:3124 Canaan, 1883-1975
309:3125 Cheshire, 1883-1975
309:3126 Clinton, 1906, 1961-1974
309:3127 Colchester, 1935-1970
309:3128 Collinsville, 1887-1977
309:3129 Columbia, undated, 1954-1973
309:3130 Cornwall, 1953-1973
309:3131 Coventry, 1949-1969
309:3132-33 Danbury, 1882-1972
309:3134 Danielson, 1881-1975
310:3135 Darien, 1952-1972
310:3136 Deep River, 1938-1972
310:3137 East Hampton, 1891-1969
310:3138 East Hartford, 1890-1972
310:3139 East Haven, 1935-1972
310:3140 Enfield, 1879-1981
310:3141 Fairfield, 1905-1972
310:3142 Farmington, 1956-1976
310:3143 Georgetown, 1935-1971
310:3144 Glastonbury, 1935-1976
310:3145 Greenwich, 1883-1960
310:3146 Groton, 1935-1974
310:3147 Guilford, 1882-1971
310:3148 Hamden, 1935-1975
310:3149 Hampton, undated, 1936
310:3150 Hartford, 1879-1974
310:3151 Huntington, 1948-1972
310:3152 Jewett City, 1895-1959
310:3153 Kent, 1908-1971
310:3154 Killingworth, 1958-1977
310:3155 Lakeville, 1947-1969
310:3156 Lebanon, undated, 1935-1952
310:3157 Litchfield, 1882-1973
310:3158 Lyme, 1935-1975
310:3159 Madison, 1935-1974
310:3160 Manchester, 1889-1974
311:3161-62 Meriden, 1879-1975
311:3163 Middlebury, undated, 1953
311:3164-65 Middletown, 1879-1975
311:3166 Milford, 1891-1974
311:3167 Moodus, 1888-1960
311:3168 Moosup, 1948-1973
311:3169 Morris, 1957-1959
311:3170 Mystic, 1889-1974
311:3171 Naugatuck, 1933-1975
311:3172 Niantic, 1905-1974
311:3173 New Britain, 1882-1975
311:3174 New Canaan, 1939-1975
311:3175-76 New London, 1880-1975
311:3177-78 New Milford, 1881-1975
311:3179 Newington, 1952-1972
311:3180 Newtown, 1888-1972
311:3181 Norfolk, 1892-1952
311:3182 North Branford, 1947-1961
311:3183 North Haven, 1895-1969
311:3184 Norwalk, 1881-1973
312:3185 Norwich, 1888-1975
312:3186 Old Greenwich, 1899-1972
312:3187 Orange, 1938-1961
312:3188 Oxford, 1970-1972
312:3189 Pawcatuck, 1949-1962
312:3190 Plainfield, undated
312:3191 Plainville, 1957-1972
312:3192 Portland, 1953-1961
312:3193 Prospect, undated, 1957
312:3194 Putnam, 1894-1975
312:3195 Redding, 1940-1972
312:3196 Ridgefield, 1891-1975
312:3197 Rockville, 1881-1974
312:3198 Salisbury, undated
312:3199 Saybrook (Westbrook and Essex), 1902-1974
312:3200 Seymour, 1935-1970
312:3201 Sharon, undated, 1953
312:3202 Shelton, 1959-1973
312:3203 Simsbury, 1951-1977
312:3204 Southington, 1933-1972
312:3205 Stafford, 1881-1974
312:3206-07 Stamford, 1881-1974
312:3208 Stonington, 1935-1962
312:3209 Storrs, 1899-1972
312:3210 Stratford, 1935-1974
312:3212 Thomaston, 1935-1972
312:3213 Torrington, 1882-1974
313:3214 Trumbull, 1942-1974
313:3215 Unionville, undated, 1882
313:3216 Wallingford, 1930-1976
313:3217 Washington, 1909-1972
313:3218-19 Waterbury, 1885-1975
313:3220 Watertown, 1909-1972
313:3221 West Hartford, 1939-1971
313:3222 West Haven, 1892-1975
313:3223 Westport, 1893-1974
313:3224-25 Willimantic, 1882-1975
313:3226 Wilton, 1950-1974
313:3227 Windham, 1957-1971
313:3228 Windsor, 1953-1975
313:3229 Windsor Locks, 1883-1973
313:3230 Winsted, 1882-1973
313:3231 Wolcott, 1958
313:3232 Woodbury, 1898-1976
313:3233 Transportation, undated, 1942
313:3234 Twain, Mark, 1891-1961
313:3235 Tyler, Morris Franklin, undated
313:3236 Vail Medal, 1959-1996
313:3237 Van Sinderen, A. W., 1977-1984
313:3237A Wire Gang No. 31 Work Book, SNET, 1906
313:3238 Woodbury Telephone Company - Woodbury Telephone Company Records, 1978-1979
see also: box 334-339
313:3239 Women Employees, 1947-1978
313:3240 Yale, undated, 1878-1962
Oversize
314:2984 Anniversaries - 75th of SNET - Advertising and Publicity, 1953
314:2990 Centennial of SNET - Memorabilia, 1978
314:3071 Printed Material Advertisements, undated, 1880-1941
314:3122 Town Histories: Bridgeport, Bridgeport Life Newspaper, 1935 June 29
Oversize Materials
(cab):3075 Rates, 1883, 1892
(cab):3084 Statistics - Exchanges and Stations, 1881-1960
Series VII: Publications, undated, 1878-1998
Clippings
315:3241 from Newspapers, 1878-1997
(includes advertisements)
315:3242-44 Daily News, 1985 January - March
316:3245-57 Daily News, 1985 March - 1986 May
Scrapbooks
317:3258 Telephone, 1899
317:3259 General, 1910-1913
317:3260 General, 1912-1927
317:3261 General, 1913-1917
317:3262 General, 1913-1919
318:3263 General, 1913-1922
318:3264 Hartford Flood, 1936
Material produced by SNET
319:3265 The Adventures of the Yellow Pages at Home, 1937
Bill Inserts
319:3267 1997-1998
319:3268 Beyond 1997-1998
Telephone News (Gaps)
319:3269 1927 June - 1928 May
319:3270 1931 June - 1932 May
319:3271 1932 September - 1934 September
319:3272 1934 October - 1936 September
319:3273 1936 October - 1938 September
319:3274 1938 October - 1940 September
319:3275 1940 October - 1942 December
319:3276 1944 August/September - 1947
319:3277 1948-1949
319:3278 1950-1951
319:3279 1952-1953
319:3280 1954-1955
319:3281 1956-1957
319:3282 1958-1959
319:3283 1960
319:3284 1961
319:3285 1962
319:3286 1963-1964
319:3287 1965-1966
319:3288 1967-1968
319:3289 1969-1970
319:3290 1971-1972
319:3291 1973-1974
319:3292 1975-1976
319:3293 1978-1979
Telephone News (BOUND as SNET News)
319:3294 1926 June - 1928 May
319:3295 1928 June - 1930 May
319:3296 1930 June - 1932 June
319:3297 1932 September - 1934 September
319:3298 1934 October - 1936 September
319:3299 1936 October - 1938 September
319:3300 1938 July - 1939 December
319:3301 1940-1942
319:3302 1943-1944
319:3303 1945-1946
319:3304 1947-1948
319:3305 1949-1953
319:3306 1954-1955
319:3307 1956-1957
319:3308 1958-1959
319:3309 1960-1961
319:3310 1962-1963
319:3311 1964-1965
319:3312 1966-1967
319:3313 1968-1969
320:3314 1970-1971
320:3315 1972-1973
320:3316 1974-1975
320:3317 1976-1977
320:3318 1978-1980
320:3319 1982-1983
Note: changes to non-titled insert
320:3320 1984
320:3321 1985-1986
Note: changes to SNET News in 1986 July
SNET News (BOUND)
320:3322 1987
320:3323 1988
320:3324 1989
320:3325 1990
320:3326 1991
320:3327 1992
320:3328 1993
320:3329 1994
320:3330 1995
320:3331 1996
320:3332 Telephone News Microfiche Cards 1926-1987
Note: includes SNET News
318:3334 Cleaner & Greener: SNET's First Environmental Decade 1982
320:3335 Connecticut Answers! Fights!, 1942
320:3336 Connecticut: I-SNET Introducing Connecticut's Information Super Highway, 1992
320:3337 Connecticut Locality List, 1967 October
320:3338 Count on It, [1983?]
320:3339 The Dial System in New Haven, 1928
320:3340 Directory Story, undated
320:3341 Employee Library - Catalog of Books, undated, 1932-1937
320:3342 The Essentials of a Good Job to Have, undated
320:3343 Extended Area Service - Questions and Answers for Employees, undated
320:3344 Friendly Service, undated
320:3344A FYI Executive Audio Information Program, undated
320:3345 Heroes: A Look at Black History in Connecticut, 1989
320:3346 Hurricane and Flood of September, 1938, 1939
320:3347 Introducing SNET Internet, 1995
320:3348 LINX, undated
320:3349 Local Area Newsletters, 1988-90
320:3350 Network, 1980
320:3351 Our Rate Story, 1953
320:3352 Our Telephone Store, undated
320:3353 Out of Town Telephone Rates from New Haven, undated
320:3354 Pamphlets - About SNET, 1984-90
320:3355 Pamphlets - Telephones and Telephone Service, undated, 1983-1992
320:3356 Pioneering the Telephone in Connecticut (comic book for 75th Anniversary), 1953
320:3356A Programs Marketing Manager, 1962
320:3357 Reprints about SNET, 1983
320:3359 The Road After 1984: The Impact of Technology on Society, 1984
Note: for full report see: Series V - Studies, Reports, and Plans)
321:3359A Service and Equipment Manual, 1950
SNET News 1986-1996
Note: see Bill Inserts, Telephone News, above
321:3360 SONECOR Systems, 1983
321:3361 Southern New England Telephone Co. - The Perfect Telephone, 1892
321:3362 Special Olympics World Games Commemorative Program, 1995
321:3363 Stationary Standards, 1976
321:3364 Telephone Etiquette, 1905
321:3365 The Telephone in Connecticut from 1878 to the Present, 1969
321:3366 Telephone Service in Rural Connecticut, undated
321:3367 TMS Telephone Maintenance Radio Service, 1974-77
321:3368 The Story of the Telephone Operator, undated
321:3368A Vietnam Veterans Alliance For Understanding, 1990-Mar
321:3369 A Whale of a Story, 1954?
321:3370 Why We do it and How, 1930
321:3371 World's Fair Program - The Southern New England Telephone Co., 1964
321:3372 You and Your Telephone: A Pamphlet on Good Telephone usage, undated
321:3373 Your Dial Telephone, 1932
Material Produced by Others
321:3374 Alexander Graham Bell, 1973
321:3375 The American Telephone Journal, 1906
321:3376 Bell System Views on Communications Policy, 1975
321:3377 Bell Telephone Magazine - Anniversary Issue, vol.26 no.1, 1947
321:3378 Bell Telephone Magazine - Special Commemorative Issue no 3-4, 1983
321:3378A The Birth and Babyhood of the Telephone by Thomas A. Watson, 1934
321:3378B The Brooklyn Manufacturer, 1897 February
Bulletins of Current Decisions - AT&T Co.
321:3379 1940 June - December
321:3380 1941 January - May
321:3381 1941 June - December
321:3382 1942
321:3383 1943 January - May
321:3384 1943 June - December
321:3385 1944
321:3385A Business Exchange Sales (Memorandum), 1932 August
321:3386 Committee on Regulatory Objectives and Procedures, 1970 (6 pamphlets)
321:3386A Current Developments, 1954 July
322:3387 Electronic Switching - A “New” Brain for Communications, 1969
322:3388 Events in Telephone History, 1971
322:3389 Farmer's Open Forum, 1917
322:3390 General Pamphlets - Bell System, undated, 1936
322:3391 General Pamphlets - Bell System and Disasters, 1938-1975
322:3392 General Pamphlets - Overseas Service, undated, 1955
322:3393 General Pamphlets - Telephone, undated, 1971-1974
322:3394 General Pamphlets - Telephone Development, 1931-1976
322:3395 Great Books from Little Listings Grow (Bell Telephone Magazine reprint), 1951-1952 Winter
322:3396 Introduction to the Bell System, 1975
322:3397 The Necessary Toy: The Telephone Comes to Chicago, 1975
322:3398 Notes From... Bell Systems Treasurers Conference, 1927
323:3399 Nutmeg Pioneer Vol. 10 no.3, 1963 August
323:3400 Progress in Extending Bell Rural Telephone Service, 1946-1947
323:3401 A Quick Guide to the New Telecom Lingo, 1988
323:3401A Residence Market for Long Distance (Survey), 1955
323:3402 The Shape of Bells to Come, 1983
323:3403 The Social Impact of the Telephone in America, 1979
323:3404 Telephone Almanac, 1928, 1930
323:3404A The Telephone Book 1876-1976, 1977
323:3404B Telephone Catalog, [1930s?]
323:3405 Telephone Review, 1915 January, 1919 August, 1920 May, 1944 September
323:3405A Telephone A Star (National Geographic), 1962-May
323:3405B TWX (Telephone Exchange Service) Directory, 1970 April
323:3406 Union Voice
1949 June
1967 January
1969 January - December
323:3407 The World's Telephones, 1975
Periodicals
Note: the periodicals are listed here for reference purposes but are cataloged in the university online catalog.
A to Z Titles List
The Bulletin see Periodicals and Bound Periodicals, The Telephone Bulletin
City/Town Directories see Directories and Bound Directories
Connecticut Communications see Periodicals
Connecticut Statewide Directories see Directories
Connecticut Telephone Directories (statewide) see Bound Directories
Directories: see also Directories, Bound Directories
Management Topics see Bound Periodicals
New England Business Telephone Directory see Directories
News Briefs see Bound Periodicals, News In Brief
News In Brief see Bound Periodicals
News Briefs/News Flash see Bound Periodicals, News In Brief
News In Depth see Bound Periodicals
Official Directories see Directories
“Phone Books” see Directories, Bound Directories
Predecessor/Subsidiary Company Directories see Directories
Retired Employees Directory (SNET) see Directories
SNET Information Digest see Periodicals and Bound Periodicals
Telecommunications Insight see Periodicals
Telephone News see Periodicals and Series VII, Bill Inserts
Telephone Bulletin see Periodicals, Oversized Periodicals, Bound Periodicals and Oversized Bound Periodicals
Telephone Times see Oversized Bound Periodicals
Telling and Selling see Bound Periodicals
Yellow Page Hi-Lites see Periodicals
Periodicals (Boxed and Foldered)
1 The Bulletin
note: see The Telephone Bulletin
Connecticut Communications (gaps)
1961 Fall
1962 Spring, Fall
1963 Spring, Summer, Winter
1964 Spring - Winter
1965 Spring - Winter
1966 Spring - Winter
1967 Spring, Fall
Management Topics
Note: see Bound Periodicals, Management Topics 1979-1980
News In Brief
Note: see Bound Periodicals, News In Brief 1940-1978
News Briefs, News In Brief
Note: see Bound Periodicals
News In Depth
Note: see Bound Periodicals, News In Depth 1977-1979
SNET Information Digest (gaps)
1956-1967
1968-1970
Note: see also Bound Periodicals SNET Information Digest 1955-1976
Telecommunications Insight, 1992 April - 1993 January
The Telephone News Vol. 1 No. 1 (copy), 1907 June
The Telephone Bulletin (gaps)
1909 June Vol. 2
1909-1910 Vol. 3
1910-1911 Vol. 4
1911-1912 Vol. 5
1912-1913 Vol. 6
1913-1914 Vol. 7
1914-1915 Vol. 8
1915-1916 Vol. 9
1916-1917 Vol. 10
1917-1918 Vol. 11
1918-1919 Vol. 12
1919-1920 Vol. 13
1920-1921 Vol. 14
1921-1922 Vol. 15
2 1922-1923 Vol. 16
1923-1924 Vol. 17
1924-1925 Vol. 18
1925-1926 Vol. 19
1926-1927 Vol. 20
1927-1928 Vol. 21
1928-1929 Vol. 22
1929 Vol. 23
1930 Vol. 24
1931 Vol. 24
Note: see Oversized Periodicals for 1931-1946 Vol. 25-39
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
3 1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
3 1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
4 1965
1966, 1968 March/April
changes to: The Bulletin
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977, 1978
1979
Note: see also Bound Periodicals, Oversized Periodicals, and Oversize
Bound Periodicals, The Telephone Times
Telephone Times
Note: see Oversized Bound Periodicals Telephone Times 1961-1997
Telling and Selling
Note: see Bound Periodical Telling and Selling 1984-1985
Yellow Page Hi-Lites, 1958 July, 1959 May, 1973 May
Oversized Periodicals (Boxed and Foldered)
5 The Telephone Bulletin
1931-1932 Vol. 25
1932-1933 Vol. 26
1933-1934 Vol. 27
1934-1935 Vol. 28
1935-1936 Vol. 29
1936-1937 Vol. 30
6 1937-1938 Vol. 31
1938-1939 Vol. 32
1939-1940 Vol. 33
1940-1941 Vol. 34
1941-1942 Vol. 35
1942-1943 Vol. 36-37
1943-1944 Vol. 38
1944 Vol. 39
1945
1946
Bound Periodicals
Note: located in Dodd Periodicals
Management Topics
1979
1980
1981
1982
News In Brief
1940-1941
1942-1943
1944-1945
1946-1947
1948-1949
1950-1951
1952-1953
1954
1955
Changes to: News Briefs
1957
1958
1959
1960
Changes to: News Briefs/News Flash
1961
Changes back to: News In Brief
1962-1965
1966-1967
1968-1969
1970-1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
News In Depth
1977
1978
1977-1978
1979
SNET Information Digest (bound as Information Digest)
1955-1958
1959-1963
1964-1969
1970-1971
Note: title changes to Information Digest
1972-1973
1974-1976
The Telephone Bulletin
1907-1912 Vol. 1-5
1912-1913 Vol. 6
1913-1914 Vol. 7
1914-1915 Vol. 8
1915-1916 Vol. 9
1916-1917 Vol. 10
1917-1918 Vol. 11
1918-1919 Vol. 12
1919-1920 Vol. 13
1920-1921 Vol. 14
1921-1922 Vol. 15
1922-1923 Vol. 16
1923-1924 Vol. 17
1924-1925 Vol. 18
1925-1926 Vol. 19
1926-1927 Vol. 20
1927-1928 Vol. 21
1928-1929 Vol. 22
1929-1930 Vol. 23
1930-1931 Vol. 24 (fragile)
1931 Vol. 25
Note: see also Oversized Bound Periodicals The Telephone Bulletin 1932-1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977-1979
Telling and Selling (2) 1929-1930
Oversized Bound Periodicals
The Telephone Bulletin
1932-1934 Vol. 25-28
1935-1937 Vol. 28-30
1937-1943 Vol. 30-38
Note: volume bound as SNET Bulletin
1941-1942
1943-1944 Vol. 38
1944-1945 Vol. 39
1945-1946
Telephone Times
1961-1962 Vol. I
1962-1963 Vol. II
1963-1964 Vol. III
1964-1965 Vol. IV
1965-1966 Vol. V
1966-1967 Vol. VI
1967-1968 Vol. VII
1968-1969 Vol. VIII
1970 Vol. IX
1970-1971 Vol. X
1971-1972 Vol. XI (2)
1972-1973 Vol. XII
Note: bound as volume VII
1973-1974 Vol. XIII
1974-1975 Vol. XIV
1975-1976 Vol. XV
1976-1977 Vol. XVI
1977-1978 Vol. XVII
1979 Vol. XVIII
1980 Vol. XIX
1981 Vol. XX
1982 Vol. XXI
Directories (Boxed and Foldered)
7 City/Town Directories
Note: see also Bound Directories, City/Town Directories
Bridgeport Division, 1890 January - October
Hartford Area List of Subscribers, 1882-1883
Waterbury Division, 1889 October
Windsor Locks, 1931 August
Winsted - Canaan, 1962-1963
Connecticut Statewide Directories
Note: see also Bound Directories, Connecticut Telephone Directories (statewide)
1888 July
1893 February
1893 August
1896 July
1898 April
1898 October
1899 January
1901
1902 October
1903 October
1907 January
1909 January
1919 June
New England Business Telephone Directory, 1932-1933
Official Directories (SNET)
1924 January
1929 (2)
1934 June
1941 December
1945 November
1946 October (2)
1947 August (2)
1948 November
8 1949 September
1951-52
1953
1957
1957 September (2)
1958 September (2)
1960 January
1960 November
1961 November
1974 January
Official PBX Directory, SNET, 1924 January
Predecessor/Subsidiary Company Directories
Canaan Local Telephone Company, 1902 February
Connecticut Telephone Company Subscribers List, 1880-1881
Connecticut Telephone Company State Directory (reproduction), 1882
District Telephone and Automatic Signal Company (Hartford), 1879 June
9 New Haven District Telephone Company (1st one in the world), 1878
Note: Restricted, Fragile - Handle w/staff supervision only
8 New London Telephone Company, 1880
Telephone Dispatch Company (Bridgeport), 1881 March
Western Union Telephone Exchange, [1879?]
Retired Employees Directory (SNET)
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1974
Bound Directories
Note: located in Dodd Periodicals
City/Town Directories
Ansonia - Derby
1942-1944
1945-1947
1949-1951
1952-1953
1954-1957
1958-1960
1960-1962
Birmingham, 1891-1893
Bridgeport
1889-1893
1920-1921
1921-1923
1923-1925
1925-1927
1927-1928
1929
1930 (2)
1931-1932
1933-1935
1936-1938
1939-1940
1941-1944
1948
1949
1951
1952-1953
1954-1955
1956-1957
1958-1959
Bridgeport-Stratford, 1960-1962
Bristol
1932-1944
1945-1947
1948-1951
1952-1955
1956-1957
1958-1960
1960-1962
Cheshire
1954-1956
1956-1957
Clinton
Clinton-Guilford-Madison
1956-1957
1958-1960
1960-1962
Danbury
1891-1893
1932-1933
1934-1937
1938-1940
1941-1944
1945
1947-1948
1949-1951
1952-1955
1956-1957
1958-1959
1960-1962
Derby
1932-1935
1936-1941
Hartford
1879
1889-1893
1920-1921
1921-1923
1923-1925
1925-1926
1926-1927
1927-1928
1929
1930
1931
1932-1933
1934-1935
1938-1939
1940-1941
1942-1943
1960-1962
Manchester
1932-1937
1938-1944
1945-1948
1949-1951
1952-1954
Manchester - Rockville
1955-1957
1958-1959
1960-1962
Meriden
1890-1893
1935-1938
1939-1943
1944
1945-1946
1947-1948
1949-1950
1952-1955
1956-1957
1958-1959
1960-1962
Middletown
1891-1993
1936-1939
1940-1944
1945-1948
1949-1951
1954-1955
1956-1957
1958-1960
1960-1961
Milford
1947-1949
1950-1951
1952-1955
1956-1957
1958-1960
1960-1962
New Britain
1891-1893
1932-1934
1935-1937
1938-1940
1941-1943
1944
1945-1947
1948-1951
1952-1955
1956-1957
1958-1960
1960-1962
New Haven
1921-1923
1923-1925
1925-1926
1926-1927
1927-1928
1929
1930
1931
1932-1933
1934-1935
1936-1938
1941-1942
1943-1944
1948-1949
1950-1951
1952
1953-1954
1955-1956
1957-1960
1960-1962
1961-1962
1962-1963
1963-1964
1964-1965
1965-1966
1966-1967
1967-1968