The AT&T Building (formerly known as the SBC Building, the Ameritech Building and the Michigan Bell Building) was completed for the Michigan Bell Telephone Company in 1919  and expanded in 1928. It is located at 1365 Cass Avenue, and occupies the block bordered by First Street, Cass Avenue, State Street, and Michigan Avenue.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AT&T_Michigan_Headquarters
Michigan Bell is the subsidiary of AT&T serving the state of Michigan. Following the Bell System divestiture on January 8, 1984, the company became a subsidiary of Ameritech, the Regional Bell operating company that served the midwestern United States. Ameritech was subsequently acquired by SBC Communications, which later changed its name to AT&T.
Michigan Bell, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ameritech Corp., is the primary supplier of local telephone service in Michigan. The company, in business since the turn of the century, was controlled by the American Telegraph and Telephone Co. until the break-up of the telecommunications giant in 1984.
The AT&T Building (formerly known as the SBC Building, the Ameritech Building and the Michigan Bell Building) was completed for the Michigan Bell Telephone Company in 1919  and expanded in 1928. It is located at 1365 Cass Avenue, and occupies the block bordered by First Street, Cass Avenue, State Street, and Michigan Avenue.
Michigan Bell Telephone Company, Michigan State Telephone Company. Publisher. Michigan Bell Telephone Company, 1920. Original from. the University of Michigan. Digitized. Aug 21, 2014.
The Michigan Bell Telephone Sign from the Brody Dump. As technology constantly changes, so too does the constructed landscape to accommodate those changes. One major notable change that has occurred in recent memory is the mass-production and availability of cell phones in the 1990s and 2000s. Cell phones allow people to talk to anyone else no ...
Wired and Wireless Telecommunications (except Satellite) Accounting, Tax Preparation, Bookkeeping, and Payroll Services Telecommunications Information. Printer Friendly View. Address: 444 Michigan Ave Detroit, MI, 48226-2517 United States See other locations.
Residential and Business Publications. Get the publications that contain the rates, service descriptions, and terms and conditions for your services. First, determine your service provider by looking at your bill under one of the following sections: "Terms and Conditions", "News You Can Use", "Important information about your local service ...
The Michigan Bell, Volume 2, Issue 2: Contributors: Michigan Bell Telephone Company, Michigan State Telephone Company: Publisher: Michigan Bell Telephone Company, 1921: Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Apr 8, 2011 : Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan
Totalling approximately one million images, the Michigan Bell Telephone Company photo archive consists of negatives, copy prints, and color transparencies taken in the period since World War II (the bulk beginning in 1949).
The Detroit–Columbia Central Office Building is a building located at 52 Selden Street in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It is also known as the Michigan Bell Telephone Exchange. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.