2020 Emma M. Nutt Day

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Emma M. Nutt Day celebrates the first woman telephone operator in America.

Emma Nutt became the first woman telephone operator on September 1, 1878. She loved the job, and worked at it for 33 years.

This special day celebrates the world of telephone operators. It was a very important job for many decades. Today, the position has been eliminated being replaced by automation in telephone systems.

Emma M. Nutt Day

Emma M. Nutt Day is observed on September 01 and is dedicated to the first female telephone operator. Furthermore this day honors the important work of the traditionally essential job of telephone drivers. On September 1, 1878 Emma M. Nutt started working for the Boston Telephone Dispatch Company and continued doing so for 33 years.

Shortly after Emma M. Nutt her sister Stella became the world's second telephone operator. A telephone operator or switchboard operator had in early times of telephony the assignment to get incoming calls and connect them to the requested interlocutor by inserting a pair of phone plugs into the appropriate jack.

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