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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Western Electric’s Corporate Ad – "Teamed-up for you since ’82" (1946)
Western Electric’s Corporate Ad – "Teamed-up for you since ’82" (1946)
American Cable & Radio System’s Cable Service – American Cable & Radio Corporation Announces Restoration of Direct Cable Service "Via Commercial" to Holland (1945)
American Cable & Radio System’s Cable Service – American Cable & Radio Corporation Announces Restoration of Direct Cable Service "Via Commercial" to Holland (1945)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Electric or Battery Portable Radio – Radio’s Newest Sensation (1947)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Electric or Battery Portable Radio – Radio’s Newest Sensation (1947)
Sonora Radio & Television Corporation’s Various – The record that money can’t buy (1943)
Sonora Radio & Television Corporation’s Various – The record that money can’t buy (1943)
Model 801 Console Unit – General Electric (1947)
Model 801 Console Unit – General Electric (1947)
Continental Radio and Television Corporation’s Radio – radar eyes... that see thru clouds (1943)
Continental Radio and Television Corporation’s Radio – radar eyes... that see thru clouds (1943)
Eimac-McCullough’s Eimac tubes – the Science behind the science of electronics (1944)
Eimac-McCullough’s Eimac tubes – the Science behind the science of electronics (1944)
Avco Manufacturing Corporation’s Crosley 16" Console – Design you hoped for... Performance you’ve dreamed of A whole new concept of Television Crosley Ultra-Fidelity TV (1949)
Avco Manufacturing Corporation’s Crosley 16" Console – Design you hoped for... Performance you’ve dreamed of A whole new concept of Television Crosley Ultra-Fidelity TV (1949)
Admiral Radio’s Radio – Tomorrow’s Radio and Television (1943)
Admiral Radio’s Radio – Tomorrow’s Radio and Television (1943)
Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co.’s Tiny Giant – Tiny Giant (1946)
Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co.’s Tiny Giant – Tiny Giant (1946)
Sperry Gyroscope Company’s Klystron tube – This is the reason they called the tube Klystron (1943)
Sperry Gyroscope Company’s Klystron tube – This is the reason they called the tube Klystron (1943)
Dynamic’s Reproducer – Dynamic Proudly Presents the London full frequency range Reproducer (1947)
Dynamic’s Reproducer – Dynamic Proudly Presents the London full frequency range Reproducer (1947)
P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Electronics – This, too, is Electronics (1946)
P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Electronics – This, too, is Electronics (1946)
Western Electric – Long Toms – blasting unseen targets – are directed by voices flashing through this artilleryman’s radio telephone "switchboard." (1945)
Western Electric – Long Toms – blasting unseen targets – are directed by voices flashing through this artilleryman’s radio telephone "switchboard." (1945)