Written by: Casey Miles
Primary Source: Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures
We herald the invention of the telephone as a significant moment in human history, but consider the infrastructure that needed to come along with this. Gizmodo featured a group of photos from the Library of Congress showing the mass of telephone wires around New York City before folks figured out that burying them was probably a better idea. Have a look!
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