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Garbo great-nephew Derek Reisfield is aboard the Queen Mary 2 and will auction off the items, including a cigarette holder, an ashtray, an umbrella, scarves and a signed check made out to the New York Telephone Company, the New York Post reported.
Allan began his telecommunications career in 1978 as a central office engineer with the New York Telephone Company in New York City.
After the war, Matt embarked on a 35-year career with the New York Telephone Company, Bell Labs, and AT&T, residing in Rockland County, NY.
In another case, the New York Telephone company sought to make alterations to its building.
Breakfasts were sponsored each morning by New York Telephone Company, and lunches were held by New Jersey Bell Telephone Company, Racal-Milgo and AT&T Communications.
BellTel Lofts, a luxury condominium conversion of the landmark New York Telephone Company building in Downtown Brooklyn, is providing an unprecedented opportunity to own a piece of iconic Art Deco architecture in one of New York's great emerging residential neighborhoods.
A-listers, including Cameron Diaz and Ryan Seacrest, have checked out apartments at 212 West 18th Street that was once a call center for the New York Telephone Company.
Completed in 1974, this work by the firm of Kahn & Jacobs was known originally as the New York Telephone Company Building.