You can download all 38 Page speeches, given in the 1920s, '30s, '40s and '50s, in one blockbuster PDF file. There Page is in 1927, after only three months at the telephone company, addressing "all of you fellows" and saying, "I am certain we can provide a method which will bring to the telephone system the public attention, for instance, which Hr. Ford has for the extreme degree to which he has gone into quantity production. I think if the public understood what the Bell System has done, it would have as large an interest in us as it has in Mr. Ford, and perhaps a higher regard because I think we have done some things of a public service nature which he has not."
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