|Re: Old Chicago Numbering|
|Steven Lichter (email@example.com)|
Mon, 31 Oct 2005 13:49:48 GMT
> In a message dated Sun, 30 Oct 2005 14:21:21 CST, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Very seldom did Ma Bell use SxS for large metropolitan installations.
> "Very seldom"? How about Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa,
> All those had been completely converted to dial by the early 1930s,
> The first XBs in Southwestern Bell territory outside of Kansas City
> One of the first installations of 5XB in the Los Angeles area was by
I don't remember anything other then SXS equipment in Sunland-Tujunga.
> 1XB, of course, was intended to be use in metropolitan areas that were
>> The strangest Ma Bell payphone numbering I ever remember was in Cape
> Operators' keyshelf bulletins listed the number series used for pay
> The 9xxx series was the most common, with 89xx probably following, but
> Wes Leatherock
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