Vintage Telegram Notepad

Vintage Telegram Notepad is our nod to Samuel F. B. Morse sending the transmission of first official telegraph on this day in 1844.  Today we are looking at inspired Vintage Telegram Notepad offered on ETSY by SmittenOnPaper and one by Kate Spade.

Last October my blog included the 1944 3-cent Telegraph Centenary stamp – “U.S. #924 was issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first official telegraph. Its inventor, Samuel F.B. Morse, sent the transmission on May 24, 1844. That day, Morse sat in the Supreme Court chamber of the Capitol and tapped out the message, “What hath God wrought!” This phrase is included in the stamp design among the telegraph wires.”

Vintage Telegram Notepad

Over at ETSY SmittenOnPaper has “The Hello notepad printed with rose gold foil on heavyweight soft white paper. Notepad includes 20 tear away sheets on a chipboard backer.   5.5 x 4.25 inches.”

KATE SPADE NEW YORK Telegram 125 sheet notepad included in Vintage Telegram Notepad blog post
KATE SPADE NEW YORK Telegram 125 sheet notepad (clipped to polyvore.com)

The Kate Spade Telegram notepad is described as: “Perfect for desktops and telephone tables, Kate Spade’s Telegram notepad is stylishly designed with a mock-vintage telegram design, gilt edges and metallic text detail. With 125 unlined sheets, this handy pad will keep busy scribblers going for some time. Kate Spade Telegram notepad. Vintage-inspired telegram print. Gilt edges, metallic text detail. 125 sheets. Height: 9cm, width: 13.5cm.”

Here’s to having some fun with inspired Vintage Telegram Notepad which translates to …. . .-. . .—-. … / – — / …. .- …- .. -. –. / … — — . / ..-. ..- -. / .– .. – …. / .. -. … .–. .. .-. . -.. / …- .. -. – .- –. . / – . .-.. . –. .-. .- — / -. — – . .–. .- -.. .-.-.-
This Morse Code Translator will let you put in your own message to be translated – enjoy!


Anchors Aweigh,  

Helen


Attribution & Thank you to the following who are referenced today Vintage Telegram Notepad

May 24 1844 This Day In History “What hath God wrought?”  ”

Excerpt AnchoredScraps.com blog posts 1.6.16 January 06, 2016; and  Back to today October 24, 2015

Image above upper left ETSY Hello Telegram Notepad by SmittenOnPaper

Image above KATE SPADE NEW YORK Telegram 125 sheet notepad (clipped to polyvore.com)

Morse Code Translator SCPhillips.com

 

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