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{{ProposalEdit|a1=Bell Telephone Laboratories 1925 - 1984|a2a=600 Mountain Avenue, Murray Hill, NJ 07974|a2b=North Jersey|a3=1925 to 1984|a4=Bell Labs transformed the way people communicate at work and home through the invention and development of many technical innovations that were necessary for the modern tele-communication systems and other advanced technologies.|a5="At its peak, Bell Laboratories was the premier facility of its type, developing a wide range of revolutionary technologies, including radio astronomy, the transistor, the laser, information theory, the UNIX operating system, and the C programming language. Seven Nobel Prizes have been awarded for work completed at Bell Laboratories."  
 
{{ProposalEdit|a1=Bell Telephone Laboratories 1925 - 1984|a2a=600 Mountain Avenue, Murray Hill, NJ 07974|a2b=North Jersey|a3=1925 to 1984|a4=Bell Labs transformed the way people communicate at work and home through the invention and development of many technical innovations that were necessary for the modern tele-communication systems and other advanced technologies.|a5="At its peak, Bell Laboratories was the premier facility of its type, developing a wide range of revolutionary technologies, including radio astronomy, the transistor, the laser, information theory, the UNIX operating system, and the C programming language. Seven Nobel Prizes have been awarded for work completed at Bell Laboratories."  
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Labs#Origin_and_historical_locations     
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Labs#Origin_and_historical_locations     
Which references:http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/wps/portal/BellLabs/AwardsandRecognition#tabAnchor2|a6=As a regualted monopoly, it had to share it's innovations with others under terms of the federal government's regulatory agreements.|a7=|a8=No|a9=|a10=|a11=No|a12=|a13name=|a13section=|a13position=|a13email=|a14name=|a14ou=|a14position=|a14email=|a15Aname=|a15Aemail=|a15Aname2=|a15Aemail2=|a15Bname=|a15Bemail=|a15Bname2=|a15Bemail2=|a15Cname=|a15Ctitle=|a15Corg=|a15Caddress=|a15Cphone=|a15Cemail=}}
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Which references:http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/wps/portal/BellLabs/AwardsandRecognition#tabAnchor2|a6=As a regualted monopoly, it had to share it's innovations with others under terms of the federal government's regulatory agreements.|a7=The proposed milestone plaque would be located in the lobby or a renovated Hall of Innovation museum adjacent to the lobby of Building 6, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, 600 Mountain Ave, Murray Hill, NJ, within the IEEE North Jersey Section.|a8=Yes|a9=The Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs Building 6 lobby and proposed renovated Hall of Innovation on the has security protection. The building lobby would be accessible to the public at a milestone dedication ceremony and during business hours according to the Alcatel-Lucent building security procedures. |a10=Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs|a11=Yes|a12=|a13name=|a13section=|a13position=|a13email=|a14name=|a14ou=|a14position=|a14email=|a15Aname=|a15Aemail=|a15Aname2=|a15Aemail2=|a15Bname=|a15Bemail=|a15Bname2=|a15Bemail2=|a15Cname=|a15Ctitle=|a15Corg=|a15Caddress=|a15Cphone=|a15Cemail=}}

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