Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Blank Telegrams From Great Britain

These telegrams from the 30's and 40's come to us via the kind generosity of the Women in Technology Project, with special thanks to Caillean McMahon, Maureen Hennessey, and curator Francesca Tronetti. They previously donated a Western Union Night Letter, and I'll have more of their work later in the week. Just click through for the high resolution versions.




2 comments:

Robbert Folmer said...

I'm certain that if we'd start calling telegrams 'marconigrams' they'd go back into fashion and replace email. I know what I'd rather send.

Mik said...

Pretty cool and I can use these, also looking for versions used during World War I for a journal project I am working on.