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 Post subject: FS from Alan Douglas Library
PostPosted: Nov Fri 09, 2018 3:16 pm 
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I bought a large quantity of items from Alan Douglas estate and I want to see it go to those who would appreciate it the most, as he would want.
I pay all packing and shipping costs.
First answer here gets it. Then PM me with verification and shipping address.
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SOLD Still have more RCA tube manuals left. This is RC 21 from 1961 with some minor wear. Complete. $7 pp. (no pix)

This is a copy of the 1920 Signal Corps catalog in very small print. It can be read ok. There are about 40 double sided sheets, which contains about 4 pages of copies of the original catalog. This tells you about everything that you wanted to know about Signal Corps apparatus up to 1920 Read the scan of the first page for more information. $10 pp.

This is an Electrad Resistor Replacement Handbook from 1932. It indicates volume control values, tandem volume controls, grid bias resistors, grid suppressors and much more with Electrad numbers. Each group is complete in itself with its own index. There are about 75 pages with supplements. $10 pp.

SOLD This is a hard cover book with jacket titled “From Machine to Industrial Laboratory” – Telegraphy and the Changing Context of American Invention 1830-1920 by Paul Israel from 1992. There are many photos and drawings that I have never seen. 250 pages. Probably read once. $12 pp.

SOLD This is a hard cover book with jacket titled “The Idea Factory’ - Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Invention" by John Gertner. This is a 400+ page hardcover book with Jacket that tells the story of Bell labs from the beginning to the end including invention of the transistor, Telstar etc. A very good read – I just finished it. $20 pp


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 Post subject: Re: FS from Alan Douglas Library
PostPosted: Nov Fri 09, 2018 4:42 pm 
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Hello Merrill,

I'll take these two books:

This is a hard cover book with jacket titled “From Machine to Industrial Laboratory” – Telegraphy and the Changing Context of American Invention 1830-1920 by Paul Israel from 1992. There are many photos and drawings that I have never seen. 250 pages. Probably read once. $12 pp.

This is a hard cover book with jacket titled “The Idea Factory’ - Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Invention" by John Gertner. This is a 400+ page hardcover book with Jacket that tells the story of Bell labs from the beginning to the end including invention of the transistor, Telstar etc. A very good read – I just finished it. $20 pp

PM to follow.

Terry

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 Post subject: Re: FS from Alan Douglas Library
PostPosted: Nov Fri 09, 2018 6:54 pm 
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I'll take: "Still have more RCA tube manuals left. This is RC 21 from 1961 with some minor wear. Complete. $7 pp. (no pix)."

PM coming up!

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