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Letterhead, The Peoples Telephone Corporation, Butler, Pennsylvania, late 20th century

This is a Letterhead. It was graphic design by Unknown. It is dated late 20th century and we acquired it in 1999. Its medium is letterpress: black ink on white wove paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

It is credited Gift of Thomas F. O'Malley.

Its dimensions are

27.9 x 21.6 cm (11 x 8 1/2 in. )

It has the following markings

Wartermark: Beaver Bond Rag Content Printed logo within double ringed circle, lower left corner: Peoples Telephone Co. / Incorporated 1925 encircling image of telephone

It is inscribed

Printed logo, lower left: image of telephone with imprinted text " Peoples Telephone Co. / Incorporated 1925" (imprinted within double circles); address as follows: "218 South Washington Street. Butler, Pennsylvania 16001 / Area Code 412/ Telephone 287-5751"; upper left:" Zenno F. Henninger/President / S.E. Phillips/Vice President/General Manager"

Cite this object as

Letterhead, The Peoples Telephone Corporation, Butler, Pennsylvania, late 20th century; Graphic design by Unknown (American); USA; letterpress: black ink on white wove paper; 27.9 x 21.6 cm (11 x 8 1/2 in. ); Gift of Thomas F. O'Malley; 1999-59-7

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