Verizon Telecom Pioneer Museum

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The Verizon Telecom Pioneer Museum in Commack has more than 100 vintage phones. Visitors can see how their voice looks in voice waves and see how a rotary phone works.

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the
(Credit: Barbara Alper)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the history of the telephone, including a Snoopy phone. (Jan. 18, 2011)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the
(Credit: Barbara Alper)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the history of the telephone, including a wall of various pay phones. John Stallone is one of the volunteer tour guides. (Jan. 18, 2011)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the
(Credit: Barbara Alper)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the history of the telephone. "Suffolk Suzy" is a talking mannequin that explains the significance of the switchboard operator. (Jan. 18, 2011)

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The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the
(Credit: Barbara Alper)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the history of the telephone. The main room displays a wide selections of phones dating from the earliest ones to the present. This one is from the 1890s. (Jan. 18, 2011)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the
(Credit: Barbara Alper)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the history of the telephone with phones from the earliest versions to the present. (Jan. 18, 2011)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the
(Credit: Barbara Alper)

The Telephone Pioneer Museum in Commack presents the history of the telephone phones from the earliest models o the present. (Jan. 18, 2011)

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