Image from page 458 of “Bell telephone magazine” (1922)
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Title: Bell telephone magazine
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Information Dept
Publisher: [New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., etc.]
Contributing Library: Prelinger Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive
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circuits in the recently-launched Pacific II satellite when it be-comes operational. It now has 50circuits in Pacific I. The continuedgrowth of telephone traffic across theAtlantic, as well as the Pacific andCaribbean oceans, will require evengreater use of satellite circuits in thefuture. New Disneyland Pavilion A colorful filmed voyage through theUnited States on a mammoth 350°screen highlights the Bell Systems all-new America the Beautiful Pavilionat Disneyland near Anaheim, Califor-nia. Up to 3,000 guests per hour canview the Walt Disney Studios film onthe circular screen which measures 18feet in height and 80 feet in diameter.Dozens of states are represented inthe presentation, including New York,Hawaii, Alaska, Florida, Illinois, andMassachusetts. Guests are welcomedby a Pacific Telephone hostess whouses a series of wall panels to tell thestory of the Bell Systems evolution.The 34,000 square-foot pavilion alsofeatures an extensive display of thelatest developments in telephony.
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Communications technology will soon give to man, no matterwhere he is, the power of instant interaction with a computer.Reshaping concepts of time and space in business management. To exploit this power. Standard Oil of California uses theBell System information network to link its refinery, research,and administrative operations to a giant computer. No one knows more about moving information than thepeople who run the worlds largest information network. Bell System -the information movers (m)ATsJ ^ATstT American Telephone and Telegraph Company195 Broadway, New York, N.Y., 10007 Return Poblage Guaranteed Bulk RateU.S. Postage PAID Washington, D.C.Permit No. 43083 OL 13 §Bfi^i^^ 17Z Prinled in U.S.A KAi-^SAS ClfY ,.,0 b^iub I BELL telephone magazine NDEX VOLUME XLVl 1967 KANSAS CITY, MO MAR 1 3 i968 ©AT&T INFORMATION DEPARTMENT BELL TELEPHONE mOAZINEVOLUME XLVI 1967 TABLE OF CONTENTS JAMJARY/FEBRUARY 1967 Cover: Capsule Images Drawn From Five of the Feature Articles in This Issue
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