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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Admiral Corporation’s Radio – enemy radio (1944)
Admiral Corporation’s Radio – enemy radio (1944)
Telechron electric clocks (1946)
Telechron electric clocks (1946)
Garod Radio Corporation’s Various – In 1922 When Garod Built the First All-Electric Receiver, It Was Considered the "Tops" in Radio. And now..24 Years Later Garod is Still Building Fine (1946)
Garod Radio Corporation’s Various – In 1922 When Garod Built the First All-Electric Receiver, It Was Considered the "Tops" in Radio. And now..24 Years Later Garod is Still Building Fine (1946)
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company’s Transmitters – Consider Simplicity of Control When You Select A New Transmitter (1944)
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company’s Transmitters – Consider Simplicity of Control When You Select A New Transmitter (1944)
Philco 1213 Radio Phonograph Chippendale design (1946)
Philco 1213 Radio Phonograph Chippendale design (1946)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Various – Zenith-and only Zenith-gives you these Twin Triumphs in Tone (1947)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Various – Zenith-and only Zenith-gives you these Twin Triumphs in Tone (1947)
Mallory’s Television – When you Comfortably Watch a Football Game At Home... Consider the Years of Experimentation That Make the Miracle Possible (1947)
Mallory’s Television – When you Comfortably Watch a Football Game At Home... Consider the Years of Experimentation That Make the Miracle Possible (1947)
Motorola’s Television – Easy to Enjoy good Television on Davega’s easy Payment terms (1948)
Motorola’s Television – Easy to Enjoy good Television on Davega’s easy Payment terms (1948)
Stromberg-Carlson Company’s Lanchester – See it Better Hear it Better Stromberg-Carlson Television (1949)
Stromberg-Carlson Company’s Lanchester – See it Better Hear it Better Stromberg-Carlson Television (1949)
Admiral Corporation’s Radio – "Mother! Come quick... it’s our Jim on the radio from Naples!" (1944)
Admiral Corporation’s Radio – "Mother! Come quick... it’s our Jim on the radio from Naples!" (1944)
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company’s Corporation – electronics at work, protecting vital power lines (1943)
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company’s Corporation – electronics at work, protecting vital power lines (1943)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s X-Ray Equipment – Now You See It.. And See It Better With Fluorovue (1947)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s X-Ray Equipment – Now You See It.. And See It Better With Fluorovue (1947)
Magnavox Radio-phonograp (1945)
Magnavox Radio-phonograp (1945)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Various – Life Tested for Reception Perfection (1946)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Various – Life Tested for Reception Perfection (1946)