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Above photo courtesy of PHILIPPE FROM QUEBEC.CANADA

Photos below courtesy of startgroove in Lakeside, OR

This header belongs to a system that was fitted to late 40's models of Rock-ola jukebox.
The idea was to connect to an operator who would then play a seletion for the patron via the phone line.
It was the original version of the download jukebox all the way back in the 1940's. Due to the war and lack of materials and manpower
we never really got to see if the idea would have took off. Other jukebox manufacturers tried this concept as well.

Photos below courtesy of Steve and Janice S of Ceres CA.

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