The Lorimer brothers were born and raised in the small Southern Ontario village of St. George during the late nineteenth century.
Relatively few people know about the lives and accomplishments of these men, who through their abilities and tenacity invented and perfected the first practical automatic telephone exchange.
This biography provides an important addition to the historical record of the development of telephony in the Brantford, Ontario area. Brantford was not only the home of Alexander Graham Bell’s greatest invention it was also the location of the telephone’s next great leap forward.
This book contains 19 illustrations and 57 pages.
Available by sending a check or money order for
$12.00 plus shipping ($5.00 Canada/USA, $10.00 overseas) to:
29 – 587 Cranbrook Road,
London, Ontario, Canada
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