Phone Exchanges- A Connection to the Past

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  1. JMartin

    My 1960 childhood exchange was PLateau 5. And yes, we did live on the slight bit of a hill in an otherwise flat Eastern Kansas cow town. Our only phone was in the kitchen for years. Oh, my. Now that I think about it I hope I didn’t go around telling people later that my dad got an extension in the bedroom.

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  2. Extensions, particularly in the master bedroom, became wildly popular in the early 1950’sand 60s’s which might explain the baby boom

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