Link to the world of antique radio collecting, its activities, and the publication and products of Antique Radio Classified. Covers old radio, TV, telegraph, amateur/ham radio, high fidelity/hi-fi audio.
An article by James D. Keeline about the series of juvenile novels written by several ghostwriters under the pen name of "Allen Chapman" and others in the 1920s. Includes images of original covers.
Resource for collectors and fans of antique radios, military surplus radios, tube radios, valve radios, Collins, Atwater Kent, Hammarlund, Hallicrafters and Crosley radios, and telegraph key collections. Stars and programs from the golden days of radio are featured.
Don Adamson's photo galleries and information on sets from the 1920s to the 1960s. Informative articles include one on how to build a linen diaphragm speaker.
A site for collectors and restorers of vintage and collectible radios. On-line forums, resources, and chat, supported by a dedicated and experienced membership.
Brian McAllister's restoration resources, in the form of high-resolution GIF images of service notes and schematics for many radios, audio amplifiers and preamplifiers, phonos, and tuners. He has a special section for several German radios (Grundig and Telefunken).
Base diagrams, characteristics, and outlines for thousands of vacuum tubes, provided by Bill Beech's Ham Radio Server.
A text-only article by Louis Vloedbeld on the background and development of bakelite and catalin radio designs.
Photos, schematics, alignment data, model specs, and a directory of links for Zenith TransOceanic Long Distance radios.
The "Radio and Television" subcategories, with a large collection of vintage print advertisements dating from the '20s to the '50s. Each image is scanned in color, at 72 and 150 dpi resolutions, and they give information about the source publication.