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From: pererat@alpha.montclair.edu (Tom Perera)
Source(s): Internet On-Line Telegraph & Scientific Instrument Cyber-Museum: http://www.chss.montclair.edu/~pererat/telegraph.html

TELEGRAPH BIBLIOGRAPHY:

PUBLICATIONS:

Brown, J. W. (1896) The Signal Corps U.S.A. in the War of the Rebellion (916pages, 40 maps, 600 photos). Reprinted and sold by: Walter Mathers, 13 Beach Rd. Glen Burnie, MD 21060. $60+4.50 pp.

Coe, L. (1993). The Telegraph. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co. McFarland & Co. Box 611, Jefferson, NC 28640

French, T. (1990). Introduction to Key Collecting. Maynard,MA: Artifax Bks. Artifax Books, Box 88, Maynard, MA 01754

French, T. (1991). Bunnell's Last Catalog. Maynard,MA: Artifax Books

French, T. (1991). Railroad Telegrapher's Handbook. Maynard,MA: Artifax Bks

French, T. (1991). MAC - KEY Handbook. Maynard, MA: Artifax Books

French, T. (1993). McElroy, Wld's Champion Telegrphr.Maynard,MA: Artifax Bks

Harlow, A. F. (1971). Old Wires & New Waves. New York: Arno Press & NY Times

Herbert, T.E. (1934). Telegraphy. London, Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd.

Holly, W. R. (1990). The Vibroplex Co. Inc. Portland, ME: The Vibroplex Co. The Vibroplex Co. 11 Midtown Park E. Mobile, AL 36606

Ingram, D. (1991). Keys, Keys, Keys. Hicksville, NY: CQ Communications. CQ Communications, 76 North Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801

Ingram, D. (1994). Keys II, Hicksville, NY: CQ Communications.

ITU, (1965). From Semaphore to Satellite. Geneva:ITU Centenary celebration

Jacobs, J. (1995+) List of hundreds of keys for sale. Available for $2.00 from Dr. Joseph Jacobs, 60 Seaview Terrace, Northport, NY 11768

Kaempffert, W. (1924). Modern Wonder Workers. NY: Blue Ribbon Books

Marland, E.A. (1964) Early Electrical Communication.NY:Abelard-Schuman Ltd

Meyer, F.I. (1902). Twentieth Century Manual of Railway & Commercial Telegraphy. New York: Rand McNally.

Moreau, L.R. (1987). The Story of the Key. Dots & Dashes Journal of the Morse Telegraph Club Inc. Vol XV. Nos 204. Reprinted in Morsum Magnificat. issues 23-25, 1995. Available from: G.C.Arnold Partners, 9 Weatherby Close, Broadstone, Dorset, BH18 8JB ENGLAND.

Moreau, L.R. (1987). A century of Telegraph Key Development. A.W.A. (Antique Wireless Association) Review, 2, 106-119.

Moreau, L.R. & Willer, M.D. (1988). Foreign and Military Telegraph Keys. A.W.A. Review, 3, 98-119.

Nutting, L. J-Series Telegraph Keys of the U.S. Army Signal Corps.Santa Rosa, CA: Larry Nutting, 4025 Slate Court, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

Perera, T. B. (1995+) List of over 400 keys for trade only. Available for SASE from: Tom Perera-K2DCY,11 Squire Hill Rd. N.Caldwell, NJ 07006

Prescott, G. B. (1866). History, Theory, & Practice of the Electric Telegraph. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. Reprint available from: Artifax Books. PO Box 88, Maynard, MA 01754.

Seneker, D. (1995). The Bug Checklist. Available from Doug Seneker, N0WAN, 505 E. Center, Mt. Vernon, MO, 65712.

PERIODICALS:

Dots and Dashes, The Morse Telgrph Club. W. K. Dunbar, editor. 1101 Maplewood Dr.Normal, IL 61761 ($7/yr in 1995)

Morsum Magnificat,9 Weatherby Close,Broadstone,Dorset BH18 8JB England. ($25). American Subscriptions: Wise Owl Publications. 4314 W. 238th.St, Torrence, CA 90505 Homepages: http://www.morsum.demon.co.uk

The Old Timer's Bulletin,A.W.A. Box E. Breesport,NY 14816 ($12/yr in 1995)

The Vail Correspondent, Box 88, Maynard,MA 01754 ($10.00 per year in 1995)

INTERNET ON-LINE RESOURCES:

Internet On-Line Telegraph & Scientific Instrument Cyber- Museum & Info:
http://www.chss.montclair.edu/~pererat/telegraph.html

Internet On-Line Telegraph Museum:
http://www.cris.com/~gsraven/

Internet On-Line Telegraph Museum:
http://fohnix.metronet.com/~nmcewen/techno_weenies.html

Internet On-Line Telegraph Line Insulator Museum & Collector Info:
http://www.insulators.com

Internet On-Line Maritime Radio Museum:
http://rampages.onramp.net/~rangerj/

Internet On-Line Antique Radio Museum:
http://www.pacificrim.net/~radio/collection3.html

Internet Optical Telegraph Information:
http://www.clinet.fi/~pkr01/lauttasa/telegr.html

The Western Union Archives at the Smithsonian Institution:
http://www.si.edu/organiza/museums/nmah/homepage/lemel/arc hives/wu.htm

ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS, and COMMENTS ARE WELCOME !!!!!!

Tom Perera (

pererat@alpha.montclair.edu)

Internet On-Line Telegraph & Scientific Instrument Cyber- Museum: http://www.chss.montclair.edu/~pererat/telegraph.html