In the Bob Byerley print AFTER SUPPER two girls set up a telephone booth outside the general store. This switchboard is really the old-fashioned system with two cans and a string that a lot of kids did before the days of the cell phone.
Bob Byerley says--"I don’t know how it worked but it just did. I think you could have stretched the string one hundred miles and still have heard the whispered secrets of your friend on the other end. Better than a ‘Party-Line’ telephone and you made it yourself."
This print is signed and numbered with an unframed image size of 23" x 18.25" and comes with a certificate of authenticity.