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Buckeye Telephone Museum


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Alexander Graham Bell has been credited with the first operating telephone in 1876 when he ran wires between 2 rooms and said his famous works. We credit a number of local volunteers with the foresige of preserving telephone history. The Buckeye Telephone Museum is a grand collection of telephones through the years.


Address: 581 Bellefontaine Avenue
Phone: 419-947-8676

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