|Description||English: “Her habit of measuring time in terms of dollars gives the woman in business keen insight into the true value of a Ford closed car for her personal use.” Image from a 1924 advertisement.|
|Source||Advertisement in The Delineator (https://archive.org/details/delineator104olou/page/n335/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: Businessman using a candlestick telephone|
|Source||Advertisement in The All-Story Magazine (https://archive.org/details/asm_1913_12/page/n261/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: Small ornament of a candlestick telephone|
|Source||Pacific Telephone Magazine (https://archive.org/details/pacific-telephone-magazine_11_07/page/n15/mode/2up)|
This scalable ornament works best at small sizes, but can be enlarged without loss of resolution.
|Description||English: Memo pad attached to candlestick telephone|
|Source||Frank A. Weeks Mfg. Co. catalogue (https://archive.org/details/inkstandsstation00fran/page/94/mode/2up)|
This scalable illustration can be used at any size.
|Description||English: Advertising cut of a man speaking on a candlestick telephone|
|Source||Printer and Publisher (https://archive.org/details/canprinterpublish1921toro/page/n211/mode/2up)|
This is a scalable image that can be printed at any size without loss of resolution.
English: Advertising illustration of a candlestick telephone with a note pad beside it
|Source||Advertisement in Canadian Printer & Stationer (https://archive.org/details/canprinterpublish1921toro/page/n377)|
English: Cartoon of a man attempting to make a telephone call in 1922
|Source||Pacific Telephone Magazine (https://archive.org/details/pacific-telephone-magazine_16_05/page/n25)|
|Author||Unknown (signature illegible)|
Advertisement in Engineer & Inventor magazine, April, 1893 (https://archive.org/stream/engineerinventor00unse#page/n1/mode/1up)