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Diagrams of Morse telegraph apparatus, key, and register. Hand-colored woodcut
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Joseph Henry's signal telegraph apparatus, the first electromagnetic telegraph, 1832. Hand-colored woodcut
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Telegraphers at a railway signal office, early 1900s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Edison's electro-motograph, a telegraph, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00113
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Telegraph office at Sandy Hook on the New Jersey shore, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2D-00003
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Civil War field telegraph sending key in working order, living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
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Union Army setting up telegraph wire during a battle, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00114
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Western Union Company's telegraph operations room in New York City, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00127
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Linemen hanging telegraph wire along the transcontinental railroad on the Great Plains, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00191
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Broker reading the stock ticker at the New York Stock Exchange, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00004
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Samuel Morse with his invention, the telegraph. Hand-colored halftone from a photograph
SCIN3A-00149
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Joseph Henry's signal telegraph apparatus, the first electromagnetic telegraph, 1832. Woodcut
SCIN2D-00001
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Portable Civil War field telegraph in working order, living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee.
SCIN2D-00002
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Civil War telegraph sending key in working order,living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
BUSN3A-00272
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Speculators in Erie Railroad stock looking at the ticker in Demonico's at lunchtime, 1872. Woodcut
PSCI2A-00130
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Alfred Vail. Hand-colored engraving
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US Army surgeon Albert J. Myer who organized the Signal Corps and the US Weather Bureau. Woodcut
SCIN2A-00037
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Ship picking up the Atlantic cable to allow telegraphs between North America and Europe. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00070
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People sending wires, American Telegraph Co, 1860s, Broadway and Liberty St., NY City. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00110
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Public tour of the steamship "Great Eastern" rigged to lay the Atlantic cable, England, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00111
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Derrick placing paddle shaft on deck of the steamship "Great Eastern," England, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00112
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Steamship "Great Eastern" under sail to attempt laying telegraph cable across the Atlantic, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
USNY3A-00044
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View of New York harbor from the Telegraph Station, 1850s. Woodcut
SCIN3A-00123
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American Telephone & Telegraph Company advertisement, early 1900s. Halftone
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A Pony Express rider passing workers raising telegraph poles, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00092
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Transcontinental railroad station on the Great Plains, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00114
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Stagecoaches and wagons crossing the Sierra Nevadas into California, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00206
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Flagger warning a railroad crew of danger ahead on the tracks. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00046
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View of Beacon Hill from West Boston Bridge, 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut
USNY3A-00067
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Madison Square illuminated by electric light for the first time, New York City, 1880s. Woodcut
USNY2P-00003
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Standard Oil Company building and the Welles Building on Broadway, New York, 1880s. Albertype photograph
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Soo Line depot in Rhinlander, Wisconsin, restored to its 1894 appearance at the Rhinelander Logging Museum
USNY2A-00067
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Madison Square illuminated by electric light for the first time, New York City, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cyrus W. Field. Engraving
  

   

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