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Who Knew Corporate Pensions Could Be So Exciting in 1919!

The above, beautifully designed, programme was produced by the Western Electric Company, Limited, for a corporate event on the subject of pensions held in 1919 which also celebrated employees’ long service. The ‘event’ was a meeting and dance held at... Continue Reading →

Standard Telephones & Cables (STC) Factory at New Southgate

STC, the British telephone, telegraph, radio, telecommunications, and related equipment manufacturer started out life in London in 1883 as International Western Electric (the UK arm of the US company Western Electric). It only became known as STC in 1925 after... Continue Reading →

John Kemp Papers – The Trans-Andean Telephone Cable

The IET Archives has just completed the cataloguing of a collection called the ‘John Kemp Papers’, the third of four collections donated in the second half of 2015 relating to individuals who spent most of their working lives with Standard... Continue Reading →

Alfred Delamare Papers – Further STC Documents

The IET Archives has just completed the cataloguing of a collection called the ‘Alfred Delamare Papers’, the second of four collections donated in the second half of 2015 relating to individuals who spent most of their working lives with Standard... Continue Reading →

E. E. Oakley Papers – A Career with STC

The IET Archives has just completed the cataloguing of a collection called the ‘Ernest Edwin Oakley Papers’, one of four collections donated in the second half of 2015 related to individuals who had spent most of their lives working with... Continue Reading →

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