W.T. Henley's Telegraph Works Company Ltd
As a teenager, Alfred Hitchcock begain working at W.T. Henley's Telegraph Works in 1914. Due to his training as an engineer, he initially worked in the sales department before transferring to advertising department in early 1918.
The Henley Telegraph
The Henley Telegraph was a in-house magazine published for staff at the company. The first edition of the magazine was published in June 1919.
Hitchcock was a founding editor of the magazine and contibuted several original articles and stories, including:
- Gas (01/Jun/1919)
- The Woman's Part (Sep/1919)
- Sordid (Feb/1920)
- And There Was No Rainbow (Sep/1920)
- What's Who? (Dec/1920)
- The History of Pea Eating (Dec/1920)
- Fedora (Mar/1921)
- W T Henley Ltd - company web site