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Photograph of Doing the Schools by Telephone [examinee at one end of phone, casually seated in his room; examiner seated at desk in study at the other end] of the line ('electric wire'). Note: Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Note: 'Schools' are examinations; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 15] [John Johnson 483] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ., [c.1877]

G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 494

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G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 494

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