In Telegraph Messenger Boys Gregory J. Downey provides an entirely new perspective on the telegraph system: a communications network that revolutionized human perceptions of time and space. The book goes beyond the advent of the telegraphy and tells a broader story of human interaction with technology and the social and cultural changes it brought about.Western Union messenger manual, 19461 // was a slaughterhouse, so help me God. ... By the time of its monopoly merger in 1866, Western Union agreed that effective messenger service was crucial, emphasizing that aquot;The ... the credit of the Company largely depend upon the promptness with which the business is done, and no branch of it requires ... 3 A decade later, ADT faced such questions as well.
|Title||:||Telegraph Messenger Boys|
|Author||:||Gregory John Downey|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2002|