Click here for circuit diagram of the B model. Origins The roots of the Princess phone date back to when Bartlett Miller was appointed to head a new department in Bell's Merchandising Department. He believed that the Bell System had done a good job providing the customer with what they needed - but weren't listening to what they wanted. In essence he brought the concept of market research to the forefront. The world was changing; conveniences were becoming commonplace and people wanted more than just the main phone in the hallway.
Vintage 1960 ' S The Princess Rotary Phone By Bell System Beige 701B NOT
B Princess Phone with Bell | Phone, Rotary phone, Rotary dial phone
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The Princess telephone was introduced by the Bell System in It was a compact telephone designed for convenient use in the bedroom, and contained a light-up dial for use as a night-light. It was commonly advertised with the slogan "It's little It's lovely The Princess was initially designed by the famed industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss , having designed previous Western Electric models with the Bell Labs engineers.