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We Build Complete Historically Correct Vintage Filling Stations, Soda Fountains, Drive Ins And Many Other Authentic In Every Detail Environments In Any Era You Wish To Create For Your Enjoyment Or Business. We Pre Fab Entire Free Standing Full Function Historical Sets In Full Detail For - Store Fronts - Your Favorite In The Day Hang Out - Outdoor Or Indoor Displays To Fit Any Specifications.
Simply Send Us Your Photos, Drawings Or Description And We Will Design & Build To Your Specifications. Our Fine Art Manufacturing Facility And Classically Trained Craftsman Allow For Original Craft Production ( Not Fake Reproductions.) Resulting In A Museum Quality Historically Correct Man Cave Environment Of Your Dreams To Become Your Reality. These Man Caves Can Come Complete Adorned By Genuine Un Restored Antique or Classic Investment Quality Collectable Artifacts Such As Shown In This Section.
All Genuine Collectable Americana Is Approved And Guaranteed To Be The Real McCoy By Artist And Design Expert H. J. Nick
and Scottsdale Art Factory a handmade in America custom Fine Art Furnishings manufacturer is based in Scottsdale Arizona has been designing building and restoring some of the worlds finest Antiques, and Fine Art furniture for some of the world's finest designers with ordinary clients as well as most prominent and successful Persons, C.E.O.'s, leaders, royalty and celebrities for the last 99 years. Most of our clients want finished product that has a BIG WOW factor and elegance. All want investment value and quality that makes a proper statement reflecting their personality or the personality of the environment for which it is intended.
All Of Our Products Are The Real McCoy - And Are Guaranteed To Your Satisfaction Backed By Our Over Nine Decades Of Fine Craftsmanship Since 1913.
We Are One Of The Worlds Foremost Fine Art Furniture, Door, And Hardware Manufacturers And Antique Restorers. With A Large Classically Trained Work Force in Metal Working, Wood Working, Leather and Upholstery, Glass, Stone And Mechanical Repair. This Allows Us To Work In The Same Hand And Materials As Our Forefathers Such As Thomas Chippendale (english furniture builder), George Hepplewhite (english furniture builder), Stephen's Brothers (boat builders), H. A. Moyer (carriage builders) Gustav Stickley (American Manufacturer) To Mention A Few Of The Finest.
No matter The Era. This Attention To Detail And Fine Art Craftsmanship Allows Us To Restore Your Collector Antique Furnishing, Artifact Or Classic Collectable To The Highest Quality That Can Be Achieved To A World Class Collectors Standard. ( We accept everything such as gas pumps, coke machines, vending machines - We do not restore, signs, logo art.)
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Restoring American History One Piece At A Time - Since 1913.
Interesting Historical Facts
In 1877, the American Bell Telephone Company, named after Alexander Graham Bell, opened the first telephone exchange in New Haven, Connecticut. Within a few years local exchange companies were established in every major city in the United States. Use of the Bell System name initially referred to those early telephone franchises and eventually comprised all telephone companies owned by American Telephone & Telegraph, referred to internally as Bell Operating Companies, or "BOCs".
In 1899, American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) acquired the assets of its parent, the American Bell Telephone Company. Originally American Bell had created AT&T to provide long distance calls between New York and Chicago and beyond. AT&T became the parent of American Bell, and thus the head of the Bell System, because regulatory and tax rules were leaner in New York than in Boston, where American Bell was headquartered. Later, the Bell System and its moniker "Ma Bell" became a term that referred generally to all AT&T companies of which there were four major divisions:
• AT&T Long Lines, providing long lines to interconnect local exchanges and long distance calling services.
• Western Electric Company, Bell's equipment manufacturing arm,
• Bell Labs, conducting research and development for AT&T.
• Bell operating companies, providing local exchange telephone services.
In 1913, under AT&T ownership, the Bell System became a government sanctioned monopoly following a government anti-trust suit and the Kingsbury Commitment. After 1934, AT&T was regulated by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). Proliferation of the telephone allowed the company to become the largest corporation in the world until its dismantling by the United States Department of Justice in 1984, at which time the Bell System ceased to exist.