The Office Telephone: A User’s Guide
This lovely book book is another result of the shake up and break up at AT&T that was in the late 70s and early 80s. It really was a bizarre time in telecommunications. My mother is still mad at the phone company for making her “buy” a phone.
If I were a librarian in the 1980s, I would have definitely picked several of these books. It was confusing for consumers and no doubt library reference desks were being inundated by phone drama. However, I am a bit concerned that these books are still floating around in 2021. Academic/ archive libraries could make a case, but public libraries should have tossed most of these after a few years, since the situation was constantly changing. Also, one look at that font should have been a big clue this book was old. Think of this as a reminder to get into your technology titles and weed.