The Telecommunications Virtual Museum site copyright © 2004-2012 Telecommunications History Group. All Rights Reserved.
Site design and creation by Jeff Georgeson
May 2011, on the fifth floor of the Denver Public Library, in the lobby of the DPL Western History Department, 10 W. 14th Avenue Parkway. The exhibit traced the evolution of telecommunications in Colorado and helped visitors understand how telecommunications changes our lives and our world. You can see the virtual exhibit here
. Also see the TV report
Welcome to the
Virtual Museum of Telecommunications, a
collection of sites dedicated to the preservation of telecommunications history. Here you'll
find many different exhibits, each in a virtual room and
extensively cross-linked with areas both inside and outside the
This site was developed to make the assets, processes and successes of the communications industry available to all for research and enjoyment. We will not only exhibit the history of the industry, but also tell the stories of the people who made it all possible.
Our museum has many features. For instance, you can place the mouse
pointer over the text to the left to find out more about that
area of the museum. Clicking on the area name will take you to that area.
You can search the museum at any time through the Search box in
the upper right. You can also view the site map
, a text
listing of the sections and rooms of the museum.
For further information about this project, contact Jody Georgeson, Archivist, at firstname.lastname@example.org