Title: United Nations Conference on International ...
Publisher: Pacific Telephone & Telegraph, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Publication Date: 1945
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Collectible
nFINE. Paperback in wraps. April 25, 1945. - FIRST ISSUE - RARE- . The original telephone directory of international delegates to the conference at which the United Nations was founded in May, 1945. Pacific Tel & Tel created a special global accessible international number IN-3300 with a specially built dedicated switchboard able to handle calls in English, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. INCLUDED with the directory tipped-in is a three-fold pamphlet showing the equipment, and detailing Pac Tel's involvement in delegates communication. This is an extremely rare artifact of humanity's focal effort to establish global peace in the 20th century. All international delegates are listed, their residences during the conference, a fold out map detailing these in San Francisco, and all International Secretariate and Conference Service Offices for the proceedings. Virtually unique memento for public purchase. 60pp. For the United Nations and telephone network historian. [B50]. Bookseller Inventory # 000575
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