See some of these old office telephone systems — complete with big buttons and side handsets — here!
Old office telephone systems: Call Director system (1960)
What can the new Call Director telephone do for your business?
You may find the answer in these typical statements from enthusiastic Call Director users …
George W. Bailey, Vice-President, Chapman Drug Company, Knoxville, Tennessee: “We are delighted with the many advantages the Call Director gives as over our previous telephone system.
“This small, space-saving unit does what several pieces of equipment did before. We can now pick up 12 incoming and outgoing lines, plus a new intercom line, at each of our 31 Call Director locations. Function-ally, this equipment certainly lives up to its name —and it’s smart-looking, too.”
Learn how the Call Director telephone with Bell System intercom can be tailored to the exact needs of your business. Just call your Bell Telephone business office, and a representative will visit you at your convenience. No obligation, of course. BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
Available in 18-button and 30-button models — in gray, green or beige, with contrasting face plates.
Which phone is right for your business? (1965)
Bell System: American Telephone & Telegraph and Associated Companies
Buttons, buttons… who’s got the buttons? (1966)
The Bell System has pushbuttons that can turn your telephone into a versatile intercommunicating system at the touch of a forefinger.
You have everything to gain from a talk with this man (1965)
He’s a Bell Telephone Communications Consultant. His specialty is solving problems for businesses like yours.
He does it by determining how many of your business problems are actually communications problems. A lot of them most certainly will be. Communicating — internally and externally, by voice and in writing — is an important factor in practically every business activity.
The first move is yours. Invite him to make his study of your business. It will cost you nothing — and you’ll have everything to gain from it. Make that move soon. Just call your Bell Telephone Business Office and ask for the services of a Communications Consultant.
One reason you can phone your payrolls perfectly…
… is that Western Electric is part of the Bell System
The Electronic Secretary telephone answering set
Here’s a old-fashioned office telephone answering machine from the 1960s