What Hath God Wrought; A History of the Queensland Telegraph Service from 1861. P. J. GRIBBLE.
What Hath God Wrought; A History of the Queensland Telegraph Service from 1861
What Hath God Wrought; A History of the Queensland Telegraph Service from 1861

What Hath God Wrought; A History of the Queensland Telegraph Service from 1861

Brisbane: Telecom Australia, 1981. Softcover : pp. [12], 1-710 [p.310A has been tipped in and sits proud], [41, Appendices] : 7 pages of photo illustrations including portrait of author : Foreword by E. F. Lane : Illustrated paper cover in blue, white and black : Inscribed on title page by author - ''To Alice Bensley with deep appreciation of our fellowship together in the PMG Dept & with P & T Historical Soc. From Percy Gribble 21-5-1981'' : Paper clippings loosley inserted.

Some foxing to edges : Cover a little scuff marked : Light foxing to inside front and back cover. Good. Item #1696

''What Hath God Wrought'' is a history of the Telegraph Service in Queensland covering a period of just over 100 years - from 1861, when the state's first line opened between Brisbane and Ipswich until 1964 when the Telegraph Branch became a part of the Telecommunications Division. - Editor's note.

Price: $150.00

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