Bell Telephone Company first transatlantic phone call
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Dr. Josiah H. Penniman (left), president of the Bell Telephone Company, and Leonard H. Kinnard, provost of the University of Pennsylvania, conduct Philadelphia's first transatlantic radiotelephone call with England.
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- Temple University
- Philadelphia Evening Bulletin
- Radio--Receivers and reception
Long distance telephone service
Bell Telephone Company
1835 Arch Street (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Kinnard, Leonard H
Penniman, Dr. Josiah H
- Nineteenth and Arch Streets (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Logan Square (Philadelphia, Pa.)
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