The museum is named after her late husband, Clyde "Doc" Porter, who is credited with expanding the facility, founded in 1966, to its current size.

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Also affected by the sale are workrooms where volunteers sew "Hug A Bears" for children in traumatic situations and repair audiobook players used by the blind.

The charitable activities and the museum are operated by Telecom Pioneers, an association of retired telecommunications workers.

"I expect we'll have to be out by the end of the year." Real estate agent Michael Hassler said completion of the sale of the building at 1714 Ashland is imminent.

The telephone museum, which has occupied various AT&T buildings since its founding in 1966, has filled much of the Houston Heights building's second floor since 1996.

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For almost 50 years, the operator and her analog world have been celebrated at Houston's telephone museum, a quirky collection of granny-era technology surprising in its ingenuity.

Now, though, the Doc Porter Museum of Telephone History, Houston's switchboard connection to its telephonic past, is going dark. "They've told me there's no provision for us," said museum curator Oleta Porter, widow of longtime telephone company employee, Clyde "Doc" Porter, for whom the museum is named.

Augmenting the museum's assemblage of "candlestick" phones is a temporary exhibit of telephone vanities, high-style cabinets that concealed the telephones' inner works for placement in fashionable settings.