The Mutual Union Telegraph Company and its charges against Erastus Wiman

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Wiman, Erastus, -- 1834-1904., Mutual Union Telegraph Company., Western Union Telegraph Company., Contr
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 36750
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche (12 fr.).
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ISBN 100665367503

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The New York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Company, now Western Union, began as a financial services and communications company in The firm expanded by buying out a number of competitive companies. Inthe company changed its name to Western Union Telegraph Company in anticipation of its ability to send telegraphs from the east coast to the west coast.

The merged company was named the Western Union Telegraph Company at Cornell's insistence, and Western Union was born. Western Union bought smaller companies rapidly, and by its lines reached from the East Coast to the Mississippi River, and from the Great Lakes to the Ohio River.

In it opened the first transcontinental ry: Financial services. Full text of "The telegraph in American and Morse memorial" See other formats.

The union of telegraph interests in Canada [electronic resource]: a letter to the shareholders of the Montreal Telegraph Company / ([New York?: s.n., ?]), by Erastus Wiman and Montreal Telegraph Company (page images at HathiTrust).

Other articles where International Telegraph Union is discussed: telegraph: Development of the telegraph industry: applications of the telegraph, the International Telegraph Union was formed in to establish standards for use in international communication.

In the following year the first successful transatlantic cables were completed. The Western Union Telegraph Company2 Founded in Rochester, N.Y., inthe New York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Company soon consolidated with other telegraph companies and in adopted the name Western Union Telegraph Company.

Inat the time Western Union absorbed the two remaining major. the evolution of the telegraph, the development of the Western Union Telegraph Company, and the beginning of the communications revolution.

The collection materials describe both the history of the company and of the telegraph industry in general, particularly its importance to the development of the technology in the nineteenth and twentieth. Investigation of Western union and Postal telegraph-cable companies by United States.

Bureau of Labor. Publication date Topics Western Union Telegraph Company, Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, Telegraph -- United States Publisher Washington: Govt. print. off. Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSNPages: Summary The Western Union Telegraph Company letterbook () provides information regarding the history of telecommunications in the United States.

Repository University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections. Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library University of Utah South East. A Maine heritage;: A brief history of Union Mutual Life Insurance Company, (Newcomen address) [Lane, Carleton G] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A Maine heritage;: A brief history of Union Mutual Life Insurance Company, (Newcomen address)Author: Carleton G Lane. Source: Western Union Telegraph Company employee contract, I, [namel Of (city] in consideration Of my present reemployment by the Western Union Telegraph co.

hereby promise and agree to and with the said company that I will forthwith abandon any and all member-File Size: KB. free to read articles from august part 1. as from a catapult. current literature. the charges against the adopted son of maximilian.

the union trading company. erastus wiman on the m'kinley bill. anson wins the second game.; the new-york (p.l.) team takes due revenge on the pittsburgs. Western Union’s telegraph business grew rapidly, and byafter acquiring Postal Telegraph and some other competitors, it was easily the largest company in its field.

During the s, faced with steeply declining telegraph revenues and rising costs, the company moved into a number of other related services, such as time-sharing.

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Guide to the Western Union Telegraph Company Records. Search Results» Overview Contents. Print PDF Show EAD. The next venture was by the Provincial Telegraph Company, the Canadian ally of the United States Telegraph Company, which was then spreading its lines over the United States; but was in absorbed by the Western Union; this ended the career of the Provincial, and its plant was purchased and transferred to the Montreal Company for a nominal sum.

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On Oct. 12,and as soon as I had received by with the full copy of our agreement with the English companies, I communicated it at once to Gen. Eckert, according to my instructions, giving him at the same time assurances that our contract with the American Union.

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Allan was associated with the Canada Atlantic Cable Company, was president of the Montreal Telegraph Company (), and was a director of two American companies, the Troy Telegraph .