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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Farnsworth Television Radio Co Capehart and Farnsworth Bernard Lamotte Art (1945)
Farnsworth Television Radio Co Capehart and Farnsworth Bernard Lamotte Art (1945)
Western Electric – What Weapon Are They All Using? It’s an Old Friend of Yours – and It Is Used by Every Branch of the Armed Services (1945)
Western Electric – What Weapon Are They All Using? It’s an Old Friend of Yours – and It Is Used by Every Branch of the Armed Services (1945)
Philco’s U.S. Navy (1944)
Philco’s U.S. Navy (1944)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Various – Home Hours are Happy Hours with a Westinghouse radio-phonograph (1947)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Various – Home Hours are Happy Hours with a Westinghouse radio-phonograph (1947)
General Electric GE Clock Radio. Rise and shine (1947)
General Electric GE Clock Radio. Rise and shine (1947)
Motorola’s Radio – electronics, Yes Sir... This Was An Electronic Instrument Too... (1943)
Motorola’s Radio – electronics, Yes Sir... This Was An Electronic Instrument Too... (1943)
Westinghouse’s Albert Dorne (1948)
Westinghouse’s Albert Dorne (1948)
Crosley’s Model 02CA (1941)
Crosley’s Model 02CA (1941)
Sonora Radio and Television Corporation’s Recorder-phonograph-radio – Sweet Music – For Mom (1943)
Sonora Radio and Television Corporation’s Recorder-phonograph-radio – Sweet Music – For Mom (1943)
Wilcox-Gay Corporation’s Recordio – Those precious first words...Hear Them Forever...on Recordio (1947)
Wilcox-Gay Corporation’s Recordio – Those precious first words...Hear Them Forever...on Recordio (1947)
Motorola Radio’s Radio – It’s there... We just don’t have Time to Talk about it... (1943)
Motorola Radio’s Radio – It’s there... We just don’t have Time to Talk about it... (1943)
Kodak. Cine Kodak flies with the Memphis Belle (1941)
Kodak. Cine Kodak flies with the Memphis Belle (1941)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s The DuMont Bradford – Once upon a time... (1949)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s The DuMont Bradford – Once upon a time... (1949)
National Carbon Company’s Radio Batteries – "Eveready" Radio Batteries visit Eddie Cantor and the Mad Russian (1948)
National Carbon Company’s Radio Batteries – "Eveready" Radio Batteries visit Eddie Cantor and the Mad Russian (1948)