The Frank H. Woods Telephone Pioneer Museum was opened in 1996 after efforts from local Pioneer volunteers and a funding from the Independent Telephone Pioneers Association and Aliant Communications. It was named after Frank H. Woods, Sr., the man who founded the Lincoln Telephone Company back in 1903. Lincoln, being the very first city in the United States to have dial service for telephones, can really be a perfect spot for such display.
Aside from antique and vintage telephone units on display, visitors can also learn a lot about how the technology started and developed. This is why it is suggested that visits to the Frank H. Woods Telephone Pioneer Museum should be at least an hour or longer, so people can better absorb and learn more of the whole technology.
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