Telephone Collectors International
TCI Company Store
|First Posted July 30, 2013|
Last update Dec 19, 2018
Catch up on over 30 years of TCI newsletters. This disk contains PDF versions of every newsletter TCI published from the beginning including the hard to find "pre Singing Wires" issues. They were carefully converted to PDF documents and completely indexed by Paul and Bev McFadden, Singing Wires Editors Emeritus. If you remember an informative article from the distant past that you can't put your hands on, this is the place to find it!
See the complete index (540k PDF)
This order is placed directly with Paul and Bev.
Available as 1 DVD or 2 CDs.
The following items have been scanned and edited using the latest sophisticated software. The TCI Company Store team identifies print material that can be reproduced for the benefit of telephone collectors.
High grade cover and paper stock is used to enhance all publications, and color is used where appropriate and affordable. Catalogs reprinted may be embellished with related material from other sources. TCI makes a small profit on each of the items sold which is used to fund software purchases and other projects.
It is well-known that a large percentage of the Amish live their lives without modern, electrically operated equipment, electric lighting, and other modern conveniences. Many however do not know that the Amish businessman will often have a telephone located somewhere on the outskirts of his property, not within his home or buildings. And, as seen in this 1961 Independent Telephone Association magazine ad, there were provisions for those who wanted or needed to make a call.
TCI has obtained the original magazine ad and has professionally reproduced some 8 x 10 copies suitable for framing. One can be yours, mailed to your door, for a $5 donation to TCI.
This catalog has not previously been reproduced. It is 20 pages with a four page color brochure that was not a part of the original catalog, a page displaying all Calculagraph models. The color brochure was used as the front and back cover and the entire catalog was printed on high grade magazine paper stock. Be the first to own one of these publications.