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. Bell telephone magazine . ll suppa battery of phones for on-the-spot rj between Washington and Moscow, wainstalled. It was then, too, that telt,phones sounded throughout the capitfiwith an almost incessant ringing of bell:There is a story, possibly apocryphathat the White House switchboard w:iso heavily used by the New Front i(n-:^men that it practically blew a fuse :ileast three times. The telephone has continued to hevital instrument of command in the administration of President Lyndon EJohnson, whose personal use of iihcinehas been mentioned so often in the jnesthat it is already legendar

. Bell telephone magazine . ll suppa battery of phones for on-the-spot rj between Washington and Moscow, wainstalled. It was then, too, that telt,phones sounded throughout the capitfiwith an almost incessant ringing of bell:There is a story, possibly apocryphathat the White House switchboard w:iso heavily used by the New Front i(n-:^men that it practically blew a fuse :ileast three times. The telephone has continued to hevital instrument of command in the administration of President Lyndon EJohnson, whose personal use of iihcinehas been mentioned so often in the jnesthat it is already legendar Stock Photo
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. Bell telephone magazine . ll suppa battery of phones for on-the-spot rj between Washington and Moscow, wainstalled. It was then, too, that telt,phones sounded throughout the capitfiwith an almost incessant ringing of bell:There is a story, possibly apocryphathat the White House switchboard w:iso heavily used by the New Front i(n-:^men that it practically blew a fuse :ileast three times. The telephone has continued to hevital instrument of command in the administration of President Lyndon EJohnson, whose personal use of iihcinehas been mentioned so often in the jnesthat it is already legendary. Whenever the President of the UnitedStates travels, communications facilitieare arranged beforehand to assure liiicontinuous contact with Washing lorLikewise, facilities are set up for thjpress, television and radio to providinstant nationwide news coverage of thPresidents activities. For security reasons, details of the communications systerns provided the White House and thPresidents ranch in Texas cannot bmade public.. 20