Aside: These Notebooks discuss conventional "5-Level" Teletype and compatible equipment. There is also (or will also be) literature on the 6-level Teletypesetter and related equipment scattered about CircuitousRoot. See the 'T' section of the CR Typefoundry & Press Topic Index for Tape-Controlled Composing Systems, the Teletypesetter, and so forth.
http://mailman.qth.net/pipermail/greenkeys/ The archive of the Greenkeys mailing list, with a link to subscription information. The Greenkeys list is essential.
http://www.navy-radio.com/ Nick England's "Navy Radio" site, which has an excellent collection of TTY documentation. Moreover, he maintains comprehensive lists of Teletype Corp. and US Navy Teletype manuals at:
http://www.rtty.com/ This site, by George Hutchison and Bill Bytheway, has a great deal of information, including a good technical library with reprints of machine schematics.
http://www.hertzmail.com/TTY/ The TTY section of Eugene Hertz' site. This is a remarkably extensive collection of original documentation, most of which was scanned by Jim Haynes.
http://www.bitsavers.org/pdf/teletype/ The Teletype section of Al Kossow'w http://www.bitsavers.org/, with several Teletype technical documents. Kossow is now Curator of Software at the Computer Museum.
http://www.baudot.net/ Gil Smith's site. Good collection of documents about Teletype history and links to technical documentation.
Teletype Corp. Bulletins, Drawings, Etc.
Also Western Electric Company.
Teletype Corp. Advertising
1953 Kleinschmid Commercial Products, courtesy of (and introduced by) Duncan Brown.
US Army Manuals
AT&T, Long Lines Department & Other
Principles of Electricity Applied to Telephone and Telegraph Work (telegraph circuits and Teletype operation). How to Operate Teletypewriter No. [15, 19, 28KSR, 28ASR] in Teletypewriter Exchange Service (TWX).
Links to historic Bell Labs publications (TTY-related) online elsewhere.
Individual authors. The FAA.
Links to Teletype documentation presented elsewhere where the source attribution has been lost.
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