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I'm a retired Engineering Manager from Southwestern Bell. Louis with a brief tour in Houston and a few years at the Bell System Center for Technical Education in Lisle, Illinois.
Attached are a few photos of that facility, taken in 1970.
There were two young boys (I was born in 1948 and my brother Doug in 1951.) vying for his attention by this time as well, and no matter how tired he was Dad always had time to sit down on the floor with us or to gather us up in the rocker with him to just sit and talk or read to us.
Dad eventually left the line crew and moved on to work as a telephone installer for a few years before moving into the Fillmore exchange central office.
To read his almost 50 page story, click My Dad Brad Bradfield grew up as a cowboy.
Dad was a radar repairman during WW-II, and when he came home from the Army at the end of the war, he went to work on his brothers ranch South of Kadoka, SD.
These were scanned from Polaroid snapshots, so they are a little fuzzy.
Finally, another piece of trivia I have is a listing of the actual dates that each central office in the St. I'm not sure your site would benefit much from such trivia but if you like I'd be pleased to send it to you. Louis, MOI started with the Bell System in late 1970 in Miami one week after my honorable discharge from the US Army and service in Viet Nam.
Weldon titled "Old Telephone Men Tell Old Telephone Tales".
It is his personal story of his telephone career with the Bell System.
After retiring from Northwestern Bell in 1976, Mom and Dad owned and operated Robbins Roost, a seasonal motel in Hill City, SD, and finally retired altogether to a house just north of Sheridan Lake in 1985.