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Electronics/ TV of the 1950s

General Telephone Cable Baytown Texas (1958)
General Telephone Cable Baytown Texas (1958)
Ma Perkins CBS Radio Network (1957)
Ma Perkins CBS Radio Network (1957)
Sparton Radio-Television’s Television – Sparton TV... the first choice of all 3 (1951)
Sparton Radio-Television’s Television – Sparton TV... the first choice of all 3 (1951)
Raytheon Manufacturing Company’s The Starlight – "Here’s why we both agree on Raytheon TV, it’s Futurized!" (1951)
Raytheon Manufacturing Company’s The Starlight – "Here’s why we both agree on Raytheon TV, it’s Futurized!" (1951)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylight Television – "I Bought My General Electric TV Set At Times Square Stores" (1950)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylight Television – "I Bought My General Electric TV Set At Times Square Stores" (1950)
Motorola Radio Extended tone speaker (1953)
Motorola Radio Extended tone speaker (1953)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s Radio Phonograph Television – Du Mont First with the finest in Television (1950)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s Radio Phonograph Television – Du Mont First with the finest in Television (1950)
Philco Slender Seventeener TV Television (1959)
Philco Slender Seventeener TV Television (1959)
Admiral Corporation’s 20" Admiral TV-Radio-Phono Combinations – Save More Than $200 On These Latest Brand New Models (1952)
Admiral Corporation’s 20" Admiral TV-Radio-Phono Combinations – Save More Than $200 On These Latest Brand New Models (1952)
Arvin Industrie’s Television – Arvin TV. VV, Visible Value. You Can See the Difference (1950)
Arvin Industrie’s Television – Arvin TV. VV, Visible Value. You Can See the Difference (1950)
Philco (1956)
Philco (1956)
Admiral Corporation’s 21" Table TV – Admiral 21" Table TV. Clearest Picture I Ever Saw. (1953)
Admiral Corporation’s 21" Table TV – Admiral 21" Table TV. Clearest Picture I Ever Saw. (1953)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Various – Only $39.95 buys the Most Sensitive FM Radio Ever Built For The Public (1950)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Various – Only $39.95 buys the Most Sensitive FM Radio Ever Built For The Public (1950)
Magnavox Company’s Radio Phonograph Television – You’re at home with the stars with Magnavox TV (1951)
Magnavox Company’s Radio Phonograph Television – You’re at home with the stars with Magnavox TV (1951)