I bought a house last year (house built in the early 80s) and have been in the process of replacing my switches and outlets. Two of my bedrooms have light switches that are wired in a way that I haven't seen before. There are three black wires, and one white wire and no ground wire is present on the switch. These switches have a light in them to indicate if the light is on/off.
Is this a standard light switch or some kind of special switch? When replacing it with a new switch should I just wire it up identically and put the white/neutral wire on the ground screw?
The first set of 3 photos is from bedroom 1. The second pair of photos is from bedroom 2. These closets in each bedroom share the same wall.
The last photo is the switch I have to replace the old one with.