A brief history of Niagara Telephone Company.
Raymond Peterson of Wittenberg, WI and his brother
Lester Peterson of Rosholt, WI purchase all of the Wisconsin
telephone properties from Michigan Bell.
A central switching office, which is still utilized
today, was constructed.
First dial conversion was established at the
Exchange established in Spread Eagle.
Niagara Telephone Company purchased the former
Gamble Store building, which became the office.
Sydney Peterson, Raymond's son became manager
and served in that capacity until his death on February 11,
The former Lester Perkins home and gas station
A new building was constructed on these