League of Nations. Successes and Failures. The League quickly proved its value by settling the Swedish-Finnish dispute over the Åland Islands –
What do YOU think of the League of Nations? HAVE YOUR SAY. Can you explain how each of the following contributed to the failure of the League#
your transformer could be just about anywhere
a junction box is located, reason being it's such a small draw on a circuit it is almost NEVER on it's own circuit breaker (and I say "almost " just because there is always some incredibly stupid person somewhere who does silly unexplainable things)
the wiring still exists, whether it has any integrity at all is the question.
I would guess that your transformer is in your attic, buried under insulation, best way to locate without fancy expensive equipment is to start directly above the button or the bell and dig around for the bell wire and the junction box that has the transformer on the cover, look along the edges of rafters other framing memebers, follow any wiring you see and locate junction boxes, it's up there somewhere, very doubtful it's in the basement because that would take more wire and be harder to do when it was first installed
Hint, Code requires junction boxes to be "accessible" that means possible to reach after the building is finished, what it doesn't mean is............easy or sensible.
I have seen transformers for alarm systems and doorbells on the inside of closets above the door on the wall you would never see because you would have to have a like a pretzel to look up there, (think about it, have you ever looked at those spots in YOUR house?)
most often doorbell transformers are up in the itchy dirty attic.