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New York Stock Exchange telephony, 1920s

New York Stock Exchange telephony, 1920s

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New York Stock Exchange telephony. Operators in a new quotation room at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), New York City, USA, in the 1920s. The telephone operators, handling communications relating to the sale and trading of stocks and shares, are using headphones and chest-mounted speaking tubes. The NYSE was founded in 1792. Telephones were invented in the 1870s. Photographed in around 1928.

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