C.N.T. Commercial Office – KINGSTON,Ont.

Provided By: Gordon Smithson, Retired Dist.Eqpt.Tech’n – Kingston,Ont.


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Howard Penlington , teletype operator, and Lorne C Sampson, Manager holding a completed ‘booster’ telegram in the CNT office at 95 Princess Street, Kingston, Ont. c1960


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George Robinson, Manager CNT Kingston, Ont. July 1964, standing in front of office at 95 Princess Street. A ‘booster’ telegram promotional window display relates to Kingston’s brigantine-style tall-masts sailing ship that is participating in a sailing event at New York City.


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Howard Penlington, teletype operator, Kingston, Ont. July 1964


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Newspaper clipping from "The Kingston Whig Standard – Jul 1964"

l-r George Robinson, Mgr, and Howard Penlington, Teletype Opr.


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The CNCP Telecommunications relocated in 1972 to this building located at 310 Bagot Street, Kingston, Ont. (a short distance over from Princess Street)   An illuminated overhead sign advertised the office located immediately to the right of the Office building’s main entrance on the left. Note the "Bill Slashing Machine" advertisement in the front window. MAY 31 1980


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Management – Staff Meeting Kingston, Ont. 1962

l-r Rear: Guy Dalton, eqpt mntnr; Sam Nayduk; Mel Kealey, lineman; Ken McIntyre, wire chief; Hartley Weatherup, Auditor Ont.Dist.; Janet Bews, clerk; Russ Sweet, Mgr Sarnia; George Robinson Mgr Kingston.

l-r Front: Muriel Glenn, clerk; ? ; Bev Biggs, clerk; Howard Penlington, teletype opr; Fred Beauchamp, Supt. Ontario Region.




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