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- Sarah's Transistor Radios - An online museum containing information and photos
of approximately 1,000 transistor radios. There are special
feature articles, FAQS, and much more.
(Added: 23-Jul-2002 Hits: 519)
- Sunshine Radio Museum - The mission of Sunshine Radio is to preserve the products and knowledge from the early years of the electronics industry starting from the turn of the century up to the 1970's. Electronic products, parts, programs, and memorabilia are documented and preserved with attention to the historical value.
Sunshine Radio reaches collectors across America and around the world thanks to trade publications and the SunRad website. There are other businesses and collections in the world that are admittedly more pretentious than Sunshine Radio. However we have an important claim to the fact that we were actually an operating business during those early years giving Sunshine Radio a broader coverage and stronger history than most others hope to attain.
(Added: 2-May-2007 Hits: 390)
- Telemuseum (Sweden) - The Telecommunications Museum shows developments in telecommunications in the fields of telegraphy, telephony, radio and television. In Swedish with some English.
(Added: 17-Apr-1998 Hits: 483)
- The Southern Appalachian Radio Museum - Located in Asheville, N.C., the museum has a collection of older home radios and amateur radio equipment. In the winter, especially, it is best to call for a tour.
hot (Added: 26-Nov-2004 Hits: 1094061519)
- U.S. Clandestine Radios - Covers U.S. "spy radios" from WWII through the 70's. Also includes sections on a few foreign sets, and 'bugging' devices, etc.
(Added: 15-Jan-2004 Hits: 1577)
- Vintage Radio Times - A website from the U.K which has a huge online resource for vintage tube radios with many photographs, articles, and period advertisements.
(Added: 27-Oct-2001 Hits: 398)
- W3KY @ K2TQN's OldRadio Museum - The theme is "Ham Radio before WWII" Featuring an authentic 1933 Ham Radio station.
Observe Ham Radio from it's beginning - Crystal Sets, Spark Transmitters and keys.
Then see tube transmitters and receivers from the early 1920's through the late 1930's.
There is also a nice representation of homebrew equipment,
and some rare 1930's commercial receivers.
(Added: 4-Oct-2003 Hits: 305)
- Zenith Transistor Radios - A large collection of Zenith transistor radios from 1955 to 1965 and other Zenith radio related accessories from that era.
new (Added: 19-Jan-2009 Hits: 1)