1931 AT&T Building                                                                         #14 


The Neillsville "repeater station", located on the Twin Cities-Chicago toll cable, was part of a loarger expansion of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company's toll lines. Repeater stations were located about 60 miles apart, and served the purpose of amplifying conversation so that a toll call could be heard as clearly as a local call. The structure represents the Colonial Revival Style, which is interpreted through paired sidewall chimneys, decorative end wall brickwork, a front facade that exhibits six over nine double-hung windows, and a central single-door entry, topped with a divided light transom. EL

EL – The structure is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places
LR – The structure is listed on the Local Historic Register
NR – The structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places