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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Templetone Radio Company’s Radio – Temple Radio: Symbol of Quality (1944)
Templetone Radio Company’s Radio – Temple Radio: Symbol of Quality (1944)
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)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Radio – Wow! What a Radio (1945)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Radio – Wow! What a Radio (1945)
Cannon Electric Development Company’s Cannon flush wall receptable plug – Electronic Prospect Appraiser Avoids Waste In Sales Effort (1944)
Cannon Electric Development Company’s Cannon flush wall receptable plug – Electronic Prospect Appraiser Avoids Waste In Sales Effort (1944)
Original Magnavox Radio Phonograph Tv (1949)
Original Magnavox Radio Phonograph Tv (1949)
Rca Victor 8x71 & 8r76 Am Fm Radio (1949)
Rca Victor 8x71 & 8r76 Am Fm Radio (1949)
Electronic Corporation of America’s Various – Opinions on radios may differ – but facts – Never (1946)
Electronic Corporation of America’s Various – Opinions on radios may differ – but facts – Never (1946)
Pilot Radio Corporation’s TV-42, TV-952 – For Scientific Craftsmanship, Pilot Radio, Pioneers In Television (1949)
Pilot Radio Corporation’s TV-42, TV-952 – For Scientific Craftsmanship, Pilot Radio, Pioneers In Television (1949)
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company’s Lamps – How See-Ability Speeds Production (1944)
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company’s Lamps – How See-Ability Speeds Production (1944)
Brush Development Company’s Magnetic Tape Recorder – The Soundmirror has Revolutionized Entertainment at Home (1946)
Brush Development Company’s Magnetic Tape Recorder – The Soundmirror has Revolutionized Entertainment at Home (1946)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s various – NEW SUPER POWERTRANS-OCEANIC PORTABLE RADIO (1946)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s various – NEW SUPER POWERTRANS-OCEANIC PORTABLE RADIO (1946)
General Electric Fm Radio Ad Dorothy Lamour (1945)
General Electric Fm Radio Ad Dorothy Lamour (1945)
Eitel-McCullough’s Eimac Tubes – Equipped for high flying (1943)
Eitel-McCullough’s Eimac Tubes – Equipped for high flying (1943)
Motorola – Surpassing All Present Day Standards of Television (1949)
Motorola – Surpassing All Present Day Standards of Television (1949)