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History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications
from the first submarine cable of 1850 to the worldwide fiber optic network

Cable Company Advertisements

Technical books of the cable era often had advertisements in the back,
which form an excellent record of contemporary practice.

This ad is from the 5th Edition of the A.B.C. Telegraphic Code, 1901

These ads are from Imperial Telegraphic Communication
by Charles Bright, published in London in 1911.

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Western Union

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West Indian

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Silvertown

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Via Eastern

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Indo-European

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Direct US Cable

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Telegraph Condenser Company

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Ferranti Ltd.

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Miscellaneous
Electrical Products

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Siemens Brothers

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Henley's

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W.T. Glover

These ads are from Submarine Telegraphy - A Practical Manual by Italo de Giuli
published in London in 1932.

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G.E.C.

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Muirhead

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Telcon

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Telcon

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ATM

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