Postal Telegraph-Cable Company
found: Postal telegraph, Jan. 1915: p. 1 (Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, Postal Telegraph Company); June 1915: p. 21 (from ill. of telegram, heading: Postal Telegraph-Commercial Cables; Postal Telegraph Cable Company (Incorporated)); Jan. 1921: p. 13 (published monthly by the Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., 253 Broadway, New York City) p. 14 (Postal Telegraph Company; Postal Telegraph-Cable Company) p. 16 (from ill. of telegram, heading: Postal Telegraph-Commercial Cables; Postal Telegraph-Cable Company Incorporated); July 1921: cover (The Mackay System; Postal Telegraph, Commercial Cables); Sept. 1921: p. 5 (Postal Telegraph Cable Co.); May 1924: p. 8 (Fortieth anniversary, the Mackay System) p. 22 (John W. Mackay formed co-partnership to lay two transatlantic cables, Sept. 28, 1883; co-partnership replaced Dec. 12, 1883 by a corporation, The Commercial Cable Company of the State of New York); June 1924: p. 11 (fortieth anniversary of the Commercial Cable-Postal Telegraph System) p. 25 (The Postal Telegraph Company was chartered in June 1881) p. 26 (Mackay made a fresh start so far as The Postal Telegraph Company was concerned by chartering a new company Jan. 22, 1886, The Postal Telegraph-Cable Company)
found: OCLC, Aug. 21, 2002 (hdgs.: Postal Telegraph-Cable Company; Postal Telegraph Cable Co.; usage: Postal Telegraph-Cable Company)
Found in 125 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed telegram to JCRS in Denver from A. Appel in Brooklyn with heading that states, "POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABLES CLARENCE H. MACKAY" dated October 31st, 1908. The telegram states, "Please bury body of Isador [sic] Appel according to Jewish laws." The telegram is not signed but Anna Appel is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 October 31
Overview Bill from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company. The bill instructs Spivak to pay .80 cents because the Jewish Aid Society refused payment of the telegraph he sent to them on April 16th, 1910.
Dates: 1910 April 17
Overview Bill from Postal Telegraph Cable Co. addressed to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado dated to February 6 1910. The bill is for a telegram from February 5th 1910 to Annie Nissman in Brooklyn, New York that was not paid at destination. The bill gives the reason that "party unknown at [illegible] address. Bill requests that Spivak "please pay the amount, $90.00 to the bearer and oblige." It is signed but the signature is illegible.
Dates: 1910 February 6
Overview Bill from Postal Telegraph Cable Co. addressed to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado dated March 4, 1909. The bill is for a telegram from March 3, 1909 to John Leahy in Massachusetts that was not paid at the destination. The bill gives the reason that "38 Oakland st, Malden Mass. no such street, man unknown." Bill requests that Spivak pay 75 to the bearer of the bill. Letter is signed "Postal Telegraph Bh."
Dates: 1909 March 4
Overview Bill from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado stating that the tolls on the telegraph sent to Eisenberg and Mendel were not paid because they said the message is not for them. Bill asks that $80 be paid to the bearer. Letter is signed "[illegible]".
Dates: 1910 June 8
Overview Bill from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado for $1.10 regarding a telegram sent to Mrs. Dora Bailinsohn on Nov. 18th in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Bills states the tolls for telegram were not paid because it was "forwarded to New York. Refused payment." Bill is signed "Postal File Co."
Dates: 1910 November 19
Overview Bill from Postal Telegraph Cable Co. addressed to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado dated June 18 1910. The bill is for a telegram from the 18th to D. Rozin in Terre Haute, Indiana that was not paid at the destination. The bill gives the reason that "shoved away address [illegible]" Bill requests that Spivak pay 65 to the bearer of the bill. Letter is signed "Postal [illegible]."
Overview Toll from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company to C.D Spivak. The bill states that Sarah Yudelowitz could not be found and did not pay the toll for the telegraph that Spivak sent her. The toll amounts to $75.00.
Dates: 1910 April 23
Overview Letter/form from Postal Telegraph Cable company to Joseph Gorman, to inform his telegram to [S. Diamond, unreadable], were not paid at destination because they refused to pay. "Please pay $75 to the bearer".
Dates: 1910 August 29
Overview Typed telegram in purple ink to "Mr. [Bennie] Pitchinhoc, c/o Joseph Hellman, 695 Hicks St., Brooklyn, N. Y." from Dr. Spivak in Denver with typed heading in red ink that states, "POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABLES CLARENCE H. MACKAY...NIGHT TELEGRAM" dated "Dec. 30, 1908." The telegram reads, "Mrs Sarah [Pitchinoc] passed away Wire burial instructions" [sic]. The telegram is not signed but C D Spivak Secy is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 December 30