Telex 230, ca. 1971

Show simple item record Wamboldt Waterfield Photography 2011-05-31T14:43:18Z 2011-05-31T14:43:18Z [ca. 1971] 1971
dc.identifier.other 11.03.0003
dc.description b&w photograph
dc.description Very good condition but cropping instructions on photo.
dc.description A series of Telex 230 machines, probably in Loyola. These machines were a public low-speed data network used for the transmission of educational messages/guides. They were likely hooked up to Saint Marys' lab of modern languages. See photo of language lab cubicle called "Student in language lab"
dc.description Written on back: "37%"; "SMU Shirley"; "10 page 43"
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dc.title Telex 230, ca. 1971 en_CA
dc.type Image en_CA
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