Radio Manufacturers 1920s Vol 3 by: Alan Douglas
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This is the definitive account of the exciting decade when radio first entered the home and changed forever the way of life in America. It features the start-up stories of almost 150 different radio manfacturers in the United States and gives detailed information on the products they produced, making this an invaluable guide for radio collectors and historians alike. It includes rare photos of the factories and hundreds of pictures and reproduced magazine ads detailing their products.
Thousands of early radios are identified by make, model number and important features. The evolution of radio design is traced from crystal sets and one-tube "regens" to the first AC sets and superheterodynes. Learn about the beginning of some of America's largest consumer electronics manufacturers like General Electric, RCA, Raytheon, Westinghouse, Zenith and others. Organized alphabetically by manufacturer in 3 volumes.
This important edition will be of great benefit to those who identify, learn the history of, fix, restore etc. these valuable examples of radios golden age! Companies covered by this volume:
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